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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 16. 1002.
urgons, Physician! and Dentist.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
ofeice. Main jj,
HOURS-i. a. M. to i. P.M.!
I TO 5 P. .; TTOBP. ".
. O. Ooloi
IIMD4YS te-a P. M.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Offlce Hour i to 4
A. C. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. VALL, D.D.S.
Voto Tlulldlng, Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320.
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURGtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new office, 1146 Ala
ea Btreet, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sun
Cays, 9 to 11.
WIIYTE & MACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. ! : : !
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFMAN & rtARKHAn.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water Ices,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White 1221.
P. O. Box 552,
Sawing, Planing, Turnlne and
Mill Work In all its branches.
Lumber - Klin - Drying
a specialty, and In large or small
Ilonolaln Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription mado to order. Boiler work
nd RIVETED PIPES tor irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and ropalrs
executed at shortest notice.
314 PORT ST.,
JLjL. Has the Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
in the City.
F1FSH HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
DAYS ANn -TODAYS.
New Map of Oahu.
wOvrMaJ trm Government Survey. an4 Chartt,
Macafit Suar Plant.tlons, Rallwava. anj Other
SrllatltSourcel. TUB MA Ii itx.a IKCHFS
with artlatlr colorlnirs ani neat mountings, mak
Inft a very useful a well as ornamen'al will map
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Manufacturing In Hawaii
REVIEWED IN DETAIL
For National Census of 1900
Following In tht' ii'iihus it-port on
the ninnnrucVirliiK carried on in Ha-
wall given in detail:
The llnwallati Islands wore ncqulrcd
by the United Status under the Act of
Congress npproved .Inly 7. 18'JS; and
on June 1 1, 1!hmi, they became n Terri
tory of the I'nlted Stnti-s, with the
name "Teirltory of Hawaii," In at
cordniire with the piovlslons of till!
Ait t CniiKieHH approved April 3U,
The Islands composing the 'territory
are Hllimleil In tne l-aeiue ueean nuoui
21110 miles west-southwest or San
rrauclsco, Cnl., between the nine-
1 teenth and twenty-third degrees or
1 north latitude, and the one hundred
anil lirty-lirth nud one hundred and six
tieth degrees of longitude, east of
Greenwich. The group Includes eight
Inhabited Islands with an area of ap
proximately 0410 square miles; the
other Islands arc small and unimpor
tant. The Islands are volcanic In ori
gin and are largely composed of bar
ren. Inact-cKslblv mountains. The nar
row strips of land extending from the
bases of the mountains to the sea, and
constituting but a small part ot the to
tnl urea, are almost the only habitable
The mniiurnetnrlng Industries of the
Territory nre routined to the lour targ
et Islands Hawaii, Maul. Oaliu, and
Kauai which comprise nbout 90 per
cent of the Territorial area, and had,
at the census of l'JOii, a population of
151.325 tlncliidliiK the Island or l.a
nal. not separately returned, but
which In 1 890 was credited with a
population ot l'o5. See Iteport or thu
'Census or Hawaii for 1S90, page 10).
1 or 98.3 per cent or the total. The sta-
I tlstlcs presented cannot lie compared
with earlier periods, tor olllclal statis
tics relating to manufacturing and me-
I chnnlcnl Industries In the Islands were
I tor the first time collected nt the con-
1 bus or 1900.
Table 1 gives a summary or the sta
tistics or iiiuiiuracturlng ami mechani
cal Industries or the Territory or Ha
waii as returned at the census of 1900,
the average number or wageenrnera
employed In such Industries In com
parlsou with the total population of
the Territory, and the value of land
and buildings owned and leported by
manufacturers us capital.
TABLE 1. SUMMARY FOR 1900.
Number of establishments. .
Salaried officials, clerks, etc.
Wnire ...liners, riverain, num.
Total wages l.8Mi.76G
Men. It; years and oxer.. 4.39U
Wages . $l.S5.33i;
vr. .,;. 1 ........ i-.i
Wages . ...........: s:i.Ks!in-t or the Territory. '
ci, ii, i... ,, ,i.,,. ..: ...,...o j.i I In nclilliln.i in the jus nr-iiv.. natnii.
.Miscellaneous expenses . .. $l73.3oii
Pout r ii.nt.tclnlu non.1 .1 'Wlttl'.lf.
wuk . ,,,,.... ,,,,n ,,vi, . . . . V , ...J ,L.,VUW
Value or proilucts. Including
custom work nml repair
Wage earners engaged
Per cent or total popula
tion Assessed value of real es
tate Value or land nud buildings
Invested In manufactures. $1.SS.1,S17
Per cent of assessed value
(1) Figures not accessible.
Hawaii Is an ngiiciiltural Territory, I
uui muie 1 reieais a consioerao e tie- (01. the leslduuin valueless lorany pur
velopment or inanurac urlng ami i me-1 ,.,,,, ,.M.,,Ilt ,, or a rortzl,r, am, ,10
c haulcal industries. In lUrtft there ,g ,,,,, ,, g, ,
were 30.. estnbllsliinents. with 11 can- ,1 n ,., i.,.i..,, ...... .1, 1
ii t, jo ..,'" ''"'1nn'1 l",l''' valued
at .4.9!U.i..,. The average numlier
or wage earners was t..S.. or per
cent ot the population. Probably the
best Indication or the ItniKirtnnee ot
tho wage earning class Is afforded by lnck of labor Is a serious obstacle to
the greatest number employed nt anv ,,K' complete tieveloiuuent of Hawaiian
one time during the year. In UKm this Industries, although wages, both of
was 7130. or t.S per cent ol tile total skilled and unskilled employes, In
population of the Territory. many occupations nre. as a rule, high
Tables 2. 2A, 211. 2C. anil 21) divide or than those paid elsewhere, and con-1
the Industries of the Territory between tlntious employment Is afforded. Thero
the hand trades and the manufactures are practically no unemployed.
proper. These tnbles also present the
statistics for establishments with a
product or lens than J.ioo.
TABLE 2 SUMMARY FOR ALL ES
TABLISHMENTS. Number, if 1'ioprle-
L"ilali- tors and
llsh- Firm Mem.
ments. Capital. Iters.
Total HiS $U..i5s.i;hu 531
Hand trades 171
Eh t a Ii llsliments
incuts w 1 1 h a
pioiluct of less
than $5' hi 73
All other estab
TABLE 2A SUMMARY FOR ALL ES
ago Totnl neons Ex
Niiiubcr. Wages, pensos.
Total 4.1118 Jl.SSIMOli $.S7H.22ii
Hnnil tnidos. 'Jiil -HS.2I5 nVi
Structural Iron workers
with a prod
uct o f less
than sr.ixi ... .11 2.H30
All other fg-
tahllshments 3.2rt 1.108,511 771.l2o
TABLE 2B SUMMARY FOR ALL ES
Cost o Materials Used,
t.i ii,.u. utnin
SI-SWISS $9 523 931
t . .
007 040 7S89
or lessthaii$:,o 7.175 019
Ml other estab-
llslim.iits 12.211,017 !..ol...4S..
. .. . .... .
TABLISHMENTS. ,,,,, rnr j)rovei flltlc, a few lutn
Cost of Materials I'sed. ,u.( laborers have been brought from
Purchased 1 Porto lllco, but not In sufficient num
In partially Knot, I hers to supply the growing deficiency;
manurac- l'relght, anii efforts to procure satisfactory la
tureil form. Ktc. . borers from other sections or tne Unit
Total $3,108,002 $223,512 t., states have railed. Not only Is the
j; t, t a Ii 1 1 h limentH
with a product of
less than Sjiiti. . . . 0,850
All other establish-
ments 2.515.082 209.909
TABLE 2D SUMMARY FOR ALL ES-
TABLISHMENTS. thnt employers will not readily dismiss
Value ot Inefficient employes, owing to the dim
Products, cutty of supplying their places,
liifltimnu I Table 5 shows that ...e manufacture
Custom 'of sugar Is hy far the most Important
work and Industry In the Territory. The forty.
-pairing, four establishments reported for this
Total $20,011,031; Industry gnvo employment to 2309 per-
sens, or 51.0 per cent of the wage-
Hand trades l.i;53.tni earners of the Territory, nnd the
Establishments with 11 prod- products were valued at $19,254,773,
net of less than tW 21.908 ot 77 per cent of the total value of the
All other establishments. . . 23.33S.907 products.
Includes blcyclo and tricycle re
pairing. 2; blacksmlthlng nnd wheel
wrlghtlng, 20; boots nnd shoes, cus
tom work and repairing. It: carnen
tering, 17; clothing, meu . custom
work nnd repairing, 8U; clothing, worn-
en's, dressmaking, i'.; furniture, cab-
litetmaklng. repairing, and upholster-
lug, C; masonry, brick nnd stone, 3;
millinery, custom work. 2; painting.
house, sign, etc., .'.; plumbing, ami
gas and steam lilting, .'; watch, clock
and Jewelry repairing, 14,
Of the tns establishments of all
classes, shown In this table. 217, or
32.8 per cent, were small shops. In-
in.i...i i., i, ...., r ..i.n.i .Vn,i0"
and establishments with n product or
W....V,. ....... ...,,,, . ., ,,....
loss thull S5MII." The VII Ue ot the
products ot these establishments, con-
listing principally or the sums re-
celvetl for custom work nnd repairing.
amounted to $ I.fi75,l)9. or only li.7
Ir.er rem ,,r II,.. i..int vniim ,.r !,.. ,,.,!.
addition to the KS active estab-
icnts In the Territory durlug the
is year, with n cupltal or $11.5.-,8,
shown In Table 2. there were I
- - - --- -, ....-.- . w
lUle estubilslimentH. nil In tho sugar,
Industry, with a capital or $017,831.
u ... ,
Hawaii's Unique Position.
The industrial position of Hawaii
, is unique in mat most oi ine mnnuinc-
luring and mechanical Industries am
maintained lor supplying local de-
Inlands. The exceptions are the sugar
imn.au,, . .m.-e cuim.B, ui.i lice
ll-Ulilllh UIIH IMJIIBIIIUK, .iiiu ine IMU.
ductlun of lice and coffeo Is only
slightly In excess or local require-1
ments. High grades of brown sugar i
nrc produced, almost all ot which Is
shipped to the United States. No mo
lasses Is made, as the percentage of
sugar extracted is so high as to rcn
,,,, ,, , prog,,,.,!,,. l)f tnc 8lnniU
illc.,-ra8f,B or .Hminlshes as this thrives
, , , . .
LacK ' Labor-
The United States Department of
Labor conducted nn Investigation of
1 liiunr conuiiions in tne territory inn'-,
lliL' the winter of liino-lOiil. ami hai. I
tiirnished the Census Office with tho
1 rollowlng table from Its forthcoming
report to Congress upon the subject,
showing the average rates or wages
paid per day In various occupations,
both In the city ol' Honolulu and In sit-,
bin ban sugar-pi oduclng establish
ments. It Is to be noted that all em
, ployes of siigurproducliig establish
I ments ale supplied with dwelling
houses and Hie I In addition to their
1 While It Is not the province or this
bulletin to discuss the ngilctilturul
lentures ol' the 'ferritin y, It Is neces-
gnry t" icier to them Iu order to con
, voy a clear understanding or the gen
I ci al lndiistilal situation and. particu
larly, the pievalllng labor (ondltluus.
The prnlltalile production or sugar,
noon whit h the Inilustrlnl prosperity
or the Tenltc" is rounded, Is depend-
cut upon the extent ot the successful
production of sugnr caue. the labor
emidoyeil In this, tho agricultural,
Axerage Hate of Wages per Day.
In suliiir- In I'rlmn Industtles.
bun sugar Foundry
producing Itnll- I'laii- ttn'd ma- Building
eslnbllsh- road lug chine trniloB.
ments. shops, mills, shops.
?3.U ?3.2'iJ $I.13J
I.lfi l.'U I.u'
3.821 3.1SJ 3.!)5
1.5" ...... 3.5C
hranch of the sugar industry Is almost
Exodus of Labor.
The annexation of the Hawaiian Isl
ands brought them within the scope of
.tin .T..I....I t-n..n InH'd .(.-(ill I 111 , I , , I I, O
Immigration or Chinese and the Impor
tation or laborers under contract. The
ranks of these nationalities In the Tcr-
rltory have been heavily depleted slnco
annexation, mil niy uy nainrui
causes, death or disability, but by n
Bl,,n(y exodus of considerable mini-
l"-' wll. having accumulated sulll
eieni means eiwier iu cuiisiiimi- u
roiniintenen or to enable them to cm-
uar, business In their own coim-'
wira. imu ruu.iui.-u iu i .mn.u
inniin 'iiiu .11 tin 11 in 111 Ti id rnnai n hi v
" " " -""" " 7 Z
f.., ' ' " .' ,.,. ,-k-. ,,.,,.. ,)avo
number of laborers barely sulllclent to
properly carry on plantation work In
its present development, but the labor
'era' knowledge or the situation has had
the effect of rendcrlni: them, as a rule.
careless and negligent In prosecuting
their employment nnd Irregular In Its
performance. It being well understood
I The manufacture of sugar In the Isl
ands began nbout sixty-live years ago.
The crude machinery and primitive
methods were not greatly Improved
Upon for many years and the output
was small until i7&, wncn tne mnnu.
facttiru received great Impetus. New
nillls of the best kind, equipped with
modern machinery, have slnco been
Fertlllrers Are Second,
Some of the other Industries In Iln.
wall nrc worthy ol mention, although
none ot them approaches In ln,)or-
nnco the manufacture of sugar. I'ho
" ""try which ranks second In the
v"1"0.?' ,ro,,,,, H ,ho manufacture
of fertilizers. There were three estab-
.. . ,,.,. ...
" " '" 'nuusiry in muu. win
'" "'W"""' "'"' l""'"-' "".
Tho manufacttiro of foundry nnd mtj.
c. !' " sllol' Iuct8 ranks third.
,' ",l'ro. wt're f"r establishments In this
Industry In 1900, with 303 wage-earn-
rjaii.l products valued at $1.107030.
fhero were Torty-oHe establish-
i-ero were iimyone es aiiiisn-
"H"l? ", " cleaning and polishing ot
rlcV ln ,iJil"- w'tl,1 1',3.;i'a!e,;car"l'r"'
nml l-"lictB valued nt $001,300.
. . .. ,..
.. ,',!' , "., 'm'" .!"' . .
7ho onI' clt' '" tl10. Territory or sur-
flcleiit imiiortanco to Justify a separate
presentation or statistics Is Honolulu.
'fables 3. 3A, 311, 3C nnd 31) show tho
totals for the Industries In this city,
nnd places them In comparison with
the totals for the entire Territory.
, TABLE 3 Urban Manufactures.
Total Tor Ten Itory
City ot Honolulu.
1'it cent ot Hono
lulu to Territory 30.1 25.7
TABLE 3A Urban Manufactures.
I for Territory
Per cent of
TABLE 3B Urban Manufactures.
Total for Territory 1,587 $l,SS,75fi
City or Honolulu
. 11!) 2.&6..33S
Honolulu lo I'!? Dr. -'
" MB mfc 1
""jiL .iv'ImPii' "ffiirTK -r - i
Si2s (ss'-JiBSfiw Sfiiir .
-- 'www 'f,:ktviaR!' asfc.'ilwfflOT,'3WWraBk
AMERICAN ARTIST HONORED BY FRENCH PRESIDENT.
Mrs. liuptiiit t'oiiili'it, better known as Alimllu Kuxsuer, tho i-olehrntt'd
nilulnturt piiliili-r, was Hlciinlly honored diirliiL,' her recent visit to Paris with
her Imkhniul, Ciiptaln I'outlert. They weni thu uucMh or President uud Mrs,
l.oulii'1 at the opera, oceupyliiK ehalrs In the cM-cutlve box.
Per cent of Hono
lulu to Territory 37.2 51.8
TABLE 3C Urban Manufactures.
Mlscclta- Cost of
Total for Terri
tory $873,300 $12,848.(103
City of Honolulu... 201,958 2,420,040
Percent ol Hono
lulu to Terri
tory 23.1 18.9
TABLE 3D Urban Manufactures.
Total for Territory
City of Honolulu
Per cent of Honolulu to
The relative Importance of Honolulu
oh recariln mnnutactures is cienriy in-
nicatcd by Tables 3. 3A, 31), 3C and
jj). with a population or 39.300. or
5.5 pur cent of that of the Terrltoty.
n! tile census 01 tyuii. me cur nan
,110 - no 1 n,.r ,..ni nt ilm an.-, estnb-
lislimentB In the Territory, with 25.7 j
per ceni 01 meir loini i-upiiui. ui iue
tctal number of wage-earners, 37.2 per
cent were employed In the city, to
whom wns paid fil.8 per cent or tne
total wages. Notwithstanding these
InrEe nrunortlons. the vnluo or prod
ucts amounted to only 18.5 per cent
of the total for the Territory. Tills is
due to the large proportion or sugar
manufactured In suburban establish
ments. The manufacture of foundry
and machine shop products is the most
Important Industry of the city. It Is
almost wholly based on the coustant
demands of the sugar-producing estali
llsliments for mill-work and machln
LUM 8ING COMMITTED.
The greater part of the time In the
rollce Court yesterday wns token up
with the trial of Lum Wo Sing, tho
rich rice planter, charged with assault
on Tarn Pong.
When the case came up In the morn
lug, J. A. Mngoon, representing tho
proBeclltlon. asked to have the Words
e,.l.vln,,.K. n,! Immln.nllv .Innrpmn. '
""-"'"j " -....,, p,- -
to life,' struck out. Tills amend
ment to the chnrgc was allowed
by Judge Wilcox and there w.13
no objection hy the defense. Mr.
Magoon found he had mado n mistake
nnd that he could not proceed properly
with tho trial as the amended charge
stood, so he'nsked to have the words
reinserted. This was allowed and tho
case went to trial.
It was broughPout during the trial
that the determining of the right of
title to the land at Walklkl. owned by
Mrs. I.lzzle Knlnnna and over which
the unpleasantness between tho two
. hlnnmen had arisen, had much to do
with ascertaining tho Innocence or
guilt of the defendant.
Judge Wilcox notified both prosecu
tion nnd defense that Ills court could
not be used to determine the title to
the property under discussion, i.nng
drawn out testimony followed during
which It was alleged that l.uni Sing
struck Tarn Pong with n hoo handle
l.uni Wo Sing was commuted to tUa
Circuit Court for trial.
(Have historical writers aro occa
sionally guilty of what are called "III
bcrnlclsms." The following passage
occurs In a popular history of France
"It Is extremely doubtful whether this
Prince, Merovaeus, ever existed at all.
but he had u son, Chllderlc, whose
existence Is well authenticated." The
following Is also from a historical
work: "Like Samson of old. who.
! armed only with the Jawbone of an aaa,
pin iiou Philistines to tho sword."
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
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pensory Is guarantee.
an me curative proper-
ties nf tl e esmnslve hells nove snld he
doctors and druggists. It gives a very
ftrong current of electricity and is eally
regulateJ. HounJ to sunerseJe others. Can
be had from the undersigned only! no
agents; noais-comit. l-ircul.'iriree. Address
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Lines of TraveL
ICROS8 THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
inly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
ulliian Palace Sleepers. Duffot, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carto).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
1 H. LOTHROP, Oeneral Agent.
115 Third street, Pottland, Oregon.
X W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
I. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska,
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE,
Citt ttiva W.lklkl tor town tt !:), 6.1 j, : j A.M.
tndtvery is minutes thtrcittcr llll 10:4, litis nJ
.(i.p.M. from Wilklkl ro to tht Punhou Stibles.
Cm l.tvi R Ring or l'lu .witch lor town t
:siA.M, anJ cvtry is mlnutei thereafter llll 11.08P.M.
Ciri leive Fort nl King ttreeti corner lor P.limi
.t6:io A.M. anl every 11 mlnutei Alter till 11:13
C.r. l.ive for Piliml nn!v it inj !o A.M.
Ctrl leive P.l.m. lor Wilklkf l:l A.M. enl every
15 minutes till 0-4) p.m , then At 10:13 ani io-.s p.m.
The it:i. P.M. trom Palama lor Punahou only goes
ti W.lklkl nn S.turi.va.
Cars leave Fort ani Kin; streets corner loi Klllt
Ranfte at j-eo ani -jo A.M.
iars leave r-onanj run? tueeii corner iu, vv.ikiki
at6.osA.M.anJeveryij minutes till ioosp.m then at
: f"1."" ' The .1:)! P.M. goes to Walklkl
on aaiur jays only.
BERETANIA STREET AND fUUANU VALLEY.
Cars leave Punahou Stable lor Town at:oanl
for Town anl Valley at s.o 5:30 6:10 Vso 6:40 r and
Cars leave OahJ College for town anj Valley at
6:jo 6:jo and 7:10 a.m anl ever) 10 minutes till to: 10
P.M. except the even hour anl half, hour cars which
run from the Stat-te,
Carsleave Nuuanu Vatley at 6'to (-)o 6:jo A,M anl
every 10 minutes thereafter till io:$o P.M.
uars leave rori an vuen cct. iu. rn.u.
College at 6.oj 6.1J 6:41 A.M anl every 10 minutes
after till gel P.M. Alter that the cars run to the
Stable up to 1 1 . joP.M. which Is the laitcar f rom Town,
reacblnsTtheStable at .iijoP.M;
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. UENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance is offered tor
SEB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna u
tt Kallua and take passengers overland I
co Hookena, where the steamer Is met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
Ewa Mill ....
Paarl City .
ei. Sun. daily e. Sun. daily daily
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. HM
DAILY DAILY DAILY
A.M. P.M P.M.
1:10 . .. j:jj
T.) l:o( 4:11
8.01 C)o 4:1a
8: is j:oj j:6
F C. SMITH. Oen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
O. P. DENISON. superintendent
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Kahikinui Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEOETABLES
Beretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT STALLS 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Sewer Connec
tions a Specialty.
229 King St., between River St, and
R. R. Depot.
! SANG CHAN
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
9 O HO6c.
TEL. WHITI g
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEALS SERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal ln Town.
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
II. P. BALDWIN Prealdeml
J. n. CASTLE 1st Vice Prtaidsat
W. M. ALEXANDER.. ..2nd Vice Pre
J. P. COOKE TTeastirw
W. O. SMITH Secretar-
GEO. R. CARTER JLnlltM
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar Osj,
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company. I
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company. ' "
Kahulul Railroad Company. ''
The California and Oriental S. S. Ci)
W. G. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Hennery Company a
Baldwin Locomotlvo Works ot Pfclla
dclphla. Pa.. U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. 8.JL
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil.
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fsrtll.
lzers tor Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALK:
Parafflno Paint Co.'s P. & D. Paints ail
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurtne (a cold-water paint), ln wkits
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime ail
CASTLE & COOKE
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Lti.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Ma.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blako Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance C.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot LondoH.
1 r eT- e-F-T vwtrejf cwi-rrn .
LIFE and FIRE
New England Mutual Life Ih
surance co. of boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. Q. Irwin. .President and Manages
Claus Sprcckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Wnltnoy, Jr....Treas. and Set.
Geo. J. Ross Audltoi
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, GAL.
0. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ooki'i
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Ilonomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makeo lugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Cbas. lierwer & Co.'s Line ol
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; Geons
Robertson, Manager; E. F. TJlshop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. .
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse nnd Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
TleVoii Hamm-YonBii Co. Ltd
Merchants y magfci
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
CIkih. T. Wilder,
General Manager ot
THE EQUITAB' LIFE
Ot the United States for the Ha
Offlce, : Merchant Si. : Honolulu