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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T THURSDAY. JAN. 10, 1002.
Burgeon, Physicians and Dentists.
Lines of TraveL
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
"OOM soft-en?, OFEICB, MAUI jj,
Boston Uvildikq Residencb,
Four stntBT WHtit, isei.
HOURS II A. M TO 1. P M 1
jTo ip.ni to s r.
SUNDAYS Is-. P. M.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Office Hours S to 4
A. C. WALL, D.D.8.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Tclepbono Main 320.
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURGtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Car, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new oQlco, 1146 Ala
kea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 6:30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 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 of
city by courteous drivers.
Oaha Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFHAN & HARKHAH.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fins tee 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 mi.
P. O. Box 552
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In large or small
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAH MA'
CHINERY of every capacity and da-
ecrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
nd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
314 FORT ST.,
XX Has the Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In the City.
Flt7SH HOME-MADE PO! ON TUES
DAYS ANn vniDAYS
New Map of Oahu.
wotpplled from Government Surv.vt ana Chirts,
Mare of Sunr PI.nl. lloni, Rallwas, ani Ofier
Sellable Sources tub map is ilsia ii.r-.uj
with artlltl'' colorings ini nest mountlnsj,, nt.k
Inir a very useful 1. wtll at ornamental will map
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i ftAN rKiMV.IlU. V.AU
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JOINTS SESSION OF GUILDS
AND THE BROTHERHOOD
Work of Year Outlined By Mr. Mac
kintosh Address By Rev.
Sydney Hooker, of Dillon
The .innuiil im tinti f the Hroth
hood and tli I ridlr's diillil of St An
drew's was held liiit night ut 0
o'clock In Hi' Sunday sihool room of
tin- Cnthediiil Tlio meeting was open
id with pi aver after which Rev lox
Mm Intosh outlined tin' work which
hail been done bv the two orgnnlzt
tlmiH Hi- wild the inembeis of tin
lliiitln iIimoiI did nun li fur Ine church
h visiting hotel",, lodging houses
ships ami other plates, wlu'ic they
uiseil men to attend ctiin "i ml
ami ntlieiwlsc bring them within tho
1 InlliH'iire of the church. After this
brief review. Rev Alex M. -kintosh In-
limliit I'd Rev. Sldnev llnokci. of 1)11-
I Inn. Montana, who spoke. In part as
' 1 am glod to bilng n gtectlng (torn
the church In Montana to the churrli
In Honolulu Vh we hae guilds. I
will tell you. When the nplrlt of Christ
comes Into our I. carts we want to
show our low of Christ and the church
We know wh:it C'hilst did and we want
to do as he did. When we become
meinbois of the chinch we want to do
something to slum we want to be use
ful numbers uf the chine h. for li their
works shall joit know them Religion
Is not sentiment. It Is a thing of doing.
When we become church members wo
want to show our Christianity by
Now lo ni'tompllsh an) thing we
must organi7e Just as we must or
ganize If we wink for political or
business ends, and theioforc vvehnvc
our guilds. One man ran do 'work
alone but when men work together
they can accomplish things much
gic.ttcr It was this feeling that mado
five men meet together to organize the
Brotherhood of St. Andrew 6. which Is
a gteat organization and a grand ex
pression of tliis feeling of dealic to do
wotk for the chinch.
' The Daughters of the King Is an
other expicsslon of the same feeling.
We haw neither of these nt my home
in Dillon, .Montana, but wc will soon
Mart to organize the Daughters of the
King In other parishes In .Montana
we haw both these organizations and
the; arc doing splendid work. Thus lu
Butte there were (13 candidates for con
tinuation last oar which largo number
was for a great part the ic-sult of the
woik of these oigaulzatlons.
"V also haw missionary guilds
These used to haw the same double
as there seems to be licie. that while
nt times the attendance wns large at
other times It was wr) small. We got
over that about tluec jeais ago b or
ganizing on different lines. Wc all
want to help the lector to do the Lord's
work, and to do this It Is an Impoitant
thing to haw people filendly towards
one another and making strangers f"l
at home with us Our guilds stlccce ed
In doing this splendidly b) Inning fa
cial meetings a wi week. They met it
dlffcient houses at different times and
the lady of the house pi o Ided the re
freshments so that this was only a
small burden. Then It was customary
for ewry member to btlng n small of
feilng at ewiy meeting. This plan
worked smprlslngly well. The attend
ance became laigcr. greater Interest
was shown and more money was col
lected A great number of strangers
were also cliawn to the clinch In thin
manner. This plan might work ex
ceeding well here In Honolulu.
"Another organization Is tho Wo
man's Auxllhuy which Is wry thor
oughly organized, there being a brunch
of It In ewiy diocese of Montana. Tho
wotk done Is especially missionary
woik and cwry baptized woman of the
church Is considered a member. .Meet
lugs are held once a month, the main
feature being the reudlng of papers
which tell what Is being tlone In the
missionary field This makes these
meetings Intcicstlng. When we know
what Is being done and see tho splen
did results of the mlxslanaiy work we
becomo Inteiestid and will glw more
for these put poses livery car this or
ganization pledges Itself to give a cer
tain amount to the llo.uil of Missions
and all the Sunday schools glw offer
ings foi the same purpobe dining Lent.
"Last eai the c Illicit on of Montana
gaw moio than was given in any place
In tho United States. When thew chlb
dien glow up they will preserw Inter
est In this work. iou should have a
hianch Jteie uf this oiganlzation which
does such splendid work throughout
the world by helping mlslsonary work.
Work together with these organia
tlons lu the I'nlted States and send n
delegate to their conventions, You
could also send vour rontilbutlous
such as aie leeelved from many other
distant pnits such as Alaska, Jupan,
China and many other places. If you
want tt foim such nn organization
Mis Hooker, who Is the secretary of
one of these oigaulzatlons. will rIy
you auy Information jou might wan
A pi aver was offeieil by Mr HooKvr
and Rev, Ale Mackintosh made a
few remarks upon (ho address of Mr
Hooker. A vote of thanks vvus 1um
nffoied to Mr, Hooker and the nifdt
Hall Calne Is awaiting with union
coin thu ii'Hiilt of the nttemnt to nro'
tin i' his expulsion front the N'utlonnl
Club lli spolie ii'spi'otfullv of the
Pope ami of the Catholic tellglon ut
the opening of a bazai in the Isle ol
Man and that stilled the tellglnus
piejudlces of fellow memheis of the
National Club, nn Institution founded
to piovlde accommodation for men
united In v Indent hntred of Catholi
cism. Hall Calne smiles at the sugges
tion thut Im Is about to go over to
Rome, but he declines to comment on
tho action of his fellow clubmen.
(let vour periodicals bound at the
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E0WIN A. ABBEY, THE AMERICAN ARTIST WHO IS WIN
NING HONORS ABROAD.
IMwIn Autlu Abbe.v. the mtW who has been coinnilssloiieil to paint the
coitinatlon of IMhiihI II and who has Just lit en .luleil u niuliiher of the
Munich Aiidiin.i of I'lni its W an Aineile iilthoiuli Tor many jenrs
In. has unite hl hnipi' In l.oiiilun
ATTORNEY GENERAL DOLE
ON THE DRUG CONTRACT
Molokai Transportation Still Worries
the Board of Healtn Taroena
Proposed as Substitute for
Dr. II. C. Sloggett, president. V. A
Molt-Smtth, Attorne) General 13. P.
Dole, Dr. W. M Moore. Tred C. Smith
and Dr. C. B. Cooper constituted tho
meeting of the Hoard of Health, tho
first In two weeks when business was
done, jestcrdaj. C. Chatlock. setrc
tai j ; C. B. Re) nobis, superintendent of
the Molokat settlement, and Miss Mat)
Wclr. stenographer, were In attend
The following lckolutlon was ual
Whereas, our 'steemel tilend it.il
faithful co-laboier, Hr J. S U 1'fatt,
has been beieuwd of a noble wife and
his children of u wise and affect'ona q
mother; now, therefore. It li
Resolved, That we, tho memlieis ol
the Board of Health, tender to him
nnd to his family our sln.eic; an I
heartfelt sympathy In this great addic
The report of Dr. RlcharJ Oliver
lesldcnt physician at Molokai, foi the
mouth of December, showed thut theia
had been fourteen deaths at the settle
mo nt during the month, twelve leper.-!,
one kokuu and ono Infant. Tho epi
demic of chicken pox had passed away.
The epidemic of malarial fever and
erysipelas has also disappeared, there
having been no new cases for several
weeks, though a number of convales
cents are still under treatment. The
report further showed that 231 patients
wero treated during the monh, 111
relieved, 100 cured.
In the report of Dr R. M. Mulster,
lesldcnt physician at tho Insane asy
lum, he stated the total number of In
mates to be 1G1, of which 124 were
males and 37 females. During tho
month, 16 males and three females
Dr. R. J. Wilkinson reported that 1 e
had discovered a ease of tubeiculosls
In a cow on Makawell plantation, and
the animal had been Isolated. He ask
ed that the Board forward to him druga
for making tests, but It wns decided
that this could not be done, he not
being a government phvsklnn. It
was suggested that the matter be turn
ed over to Dr. Sandow. who Is the gov
ernment physician, and that he bo
commissioned as a meat Inspector for
that purpose. The letter was finally
left to President Sloggett for a teply.
Tho tanltuiy olllcer at Hllo repotted
that he had obtained pet mission from
the Electric Light and Power Com
pany to legulate their old watrj- sup
ply. which flows through the town In
four ditches He sayB that the people
me well satisfied with the new ar
rangement. Dining the month h
made G42 Inspections.
Dr. E. S. Goodhue reported that
thcie had been no more dlpththerla In
his district for several weeks, and gen
eral health conditions wern sood.
President Wight of Wllder's Steam
tlilp Company wiote complaining of
breach of contract with that concern In
having the Molokai currjlug buslne
done by the vessel of unother owuei.
Mr. Itejnolds quoted flguies and
Picsldcnt Sloggett claimed the Board
could not bu held at tho meicy of the
Thcie ensued prolonged tonveisutloii
over the Molok'tl tianspoiutlon nuta
tion. A member of the dim of Young
Uiothers was pietent to lentlei nr
bullv for the seivlce at the same inf1
as the piovious toiitructoi
rilial!), E. Mutt-Smith and I'red
C Smith, with power to add to thcii
number weie appointed a committee to
make tempuiuiy uiiangements lor
carijlug palal to the settlement.
.1. O Carter, us tiusteo of Excelsior
Lodge, I O O I' wiote lespectlng
the conditions ueated about that In -
stitutlon's building by the lecent fiis
nt Fort and King streets. He leque&t
ed permission to drain the building for
the present Into cesspools Instead o(
The rcuuest was
A letter from C.co. W. Smith was
read, objecting and protesting against
allowing an j one from seeing the ten
der for drugs of Benson, Smith & Co.
He contended that the relations be
tween the Board nnd the houso wern
Mr. Dole disagreed with the view of
the letter. He regarded the matter as
clearly of a public nature and proper
for Inspection or publication Except
ing In cases where crimes or offenses
were being Investigated, so as to pro
tect the ends of Justice, all the Infoi
iiiatlon In possession of the Board
should be open to examination by any
one Interested and representatives of
the press. Answering -a query of tho
president, the Attorney General mild
that of course tenders were to be held
strictly confidential until the contract
It was voted unanlmousl) to refuse
the reauest contained In Mr. Smlth'3
letter, giving him the reasons for re
fusal. Dr. R. II. Held of Hllo sent In a re
pot t on the conditions nt Olua. Dr.
missel, while declining to serve him
self, wrote a letter to the Board pro
testing against the appointment of Dr.
Hold as government phvslclau. as lis
resided outside the district. The Board
deferred making an appointment
Seeretnry II. E. Cooper wrote to ic
cpiest health Information for his pro
jected handbook of the Territory.
President Sloggett was appointed ,-t
committee to comply with the request.
A complaint was received from pu
pils of Kuuluvvcla school tetatlvo to
the antiquated sanitary conveniences
of the school. C. 11. Tracy, city snnt
turj officer, Justified the complaint and
the letter and report were referred to
the Superintendent of Public Educa
tion. Dr L. E. Cofer, U. S. Marino Hos
pital Service, reported to the Board by
letter one case of plague oath at Svd
uey and Hongkong.
The petition of Kealoha Plpl for per
mission to live with his wife at the set
tlement was referred to Mr KojnoUs
On the favorable, report of the exam
iners a license to practice medicine was
recommended to be granted to Dr K.
Reports of sanltarv officers were lead
Dr. Moore, on the conclusion of the
order of business, again brought up
the question of substituting taroenu,
or taro flour, for palal to make po' for
the Molokai settlers.
Mr, Reynolds said while the taroena
was preferred to whentcu Hour by the
people It was not popular In compari
son with palal, A test he made showed
that one pound of palal Iclded two und
u half pounds of pol of the same con
sistency as five pounds uf pol that one
pound of taroena will yield. Answei
Ing the president, he said u thousand
pounds of taroena would go a Ion'!
way. It would he acceptable on'y to
tide over a dearth of the real thins
He thought It might be well to have a
smnll supply of tata flour on hand.
Mr Knapp appeared on behalf of
tho Ilobron Drug Co. und offered taio
enn nt $1 the dozen pounds with n dis
count of five per cent to tho Board,
which would hake the price about .11 'fc
contb u pound. He thought the yield
of pol should bo six to one.
'1 lie mutter was deferred.
A piize of $10,000 has been offeied lu
Rome by Slgnor Sanzogno foi the best
ouc-act opera In any language. A pre
vious prize offered by Slgnor Sanzogno
was won by Muscagnl with Cavallerla
Rustlruna. The opera that wins the
new prize will be produced In 1904 at
the Intel national Exhibition In Milan.
For each day some folks labor In
tho Loid's vlnevnid thoy expect tho
Lord to work two days In theirs.-
AlJen lilt-ark "Belt'
pensorv ! guaranteed
all the curative proper.
tics of the onanslve belts now sold by
do, tors and druKglits. It gives a very
1 ftt JS SS?an
strong current of electricity and Is easily
be had from the underslcned onlvt no
agents; nn discount. Circular free. Address
Pierce Electric Co . 206 Post St.. S n
Francisco. Sent flee to Hawaii for $5.00
the sower system
The Dr. :f
(w mi miv 4y?f
lo iionncss '7tv
REPORT OF INSPECTIONS
FOR MONTH OF DECEMBER
Small Proportion of Milk Below Standard-Eeer
Summary of Last Year's
l'dmond O Shorej, Pood Commis
sioner, makes a favorable showing of
Honolulu s in 1 1 U supply In his report
far December to the Board of Health
1 Mnetv samples weie examined itvl
lonb two of them found below stan
dard, The remainder of tho report
Pour samples of tint Hue of opium
were examined and all found to be b
low standard, two of them, however,
very little. In January last threo
samples of this drug were examined,
and I give below the resultB obtained
In both cases The V. S. Pharnuro
poela requires that tincture of opium
shall contain not less than 1.3 nor
moie than 1 5 grains of morphine per
100 c c The amounts of morphine
contained In 100 cc of tho sampl-r-were
Jan., 1001 Dec, 1901
Hohron Drug Co 0.98 gram 1.21 gr.mn
Benson, Smith &
Co 1 15 grams 1.20 grama
Co O.OSgiam 0.93 gram
Co No sample 0.91 Slain
Six samples of beer, Including the
brands sold In most of tho saloons.
were examined nnd nothing which cm
be considered an adulteration found
The amount of alcohol contained vail
ed from 3 5 per cent to 4.5 per en'
and the amount of extract from 4 to
per cent. I'lve of the six samples con
tained some preservative, either ben
zoic ucld or a fluoride, but as these
substances arc not Injurious they cin-
not he considered an ndulteration as
the law here now reads.
Two samples of coffee found on salo
on examination wero found to contain
chicory and roasted cereal Thee
samples were obtained from Poao Mo
nlz. Punchbowl street, nnd were la
beled, respectively, "Excellente Orounl
Coffee. Washington .Mercantile Co.. '
nnd "Ground Coffee, Hnwallan Coffee
Mills, Honolulu " These should haw
been labelled "Coffee Compound,' or
"Coffee Mixture." nnd the Washington
Mercantile Co. lu the case of brand No
1 nnd Uonsnlves & (V). lu the case at
brand No. 2 were each fined $25 In
the District Court for not having tbrr.
One sample eneh of brandy, cocoa
nnd cuirnnt Jelly wetc examined and
no adulteration found
lit low Is n brief summary of tho
work for the .war ending December .11
Milk samples taken on tho street. .10S3
Milk samples taken at dairies 27
Milk taken from private patties... 20
Total number of milk samples ex
I'ood kamples examined 173
Drug samples examined 91
Miscellaneous samples 4J
Prosecutions for sale of adulterat
ed milk it
Convictions for sale of adulterated
Piosecutlonb for sale of adulterat
ed food t
Convictions for sale of adulterated
food . i
POPULATION OP THE WORLD
Some Interesting estimates of tha
world's population are given In Tho
Current Cjclopedla for December. Thlj
Is placed nt a billion and a half, dis
tributed as follows.
Polar legions . 82,000
Total 1,512.333.000 28.89
The population of the lending coun
tries of Europe, according to recent
censuses. Is given as follows.
United Kingdom 41.451,21'.'
The totals for the empires with
large dependencies represented In tho
foiegolng tnble nre: France, 01.781,
Oil; Germany. 71,032,014: Russia. 128..
932.173; ami United Kingdom. 390.
000.000. Troiu which It appears that
the British nag Hies over more than
one-quarter of tho Inhabitants of tho
earth, Of these, however, nearly 300,
000.000 are Asiatics aud 40,000,000 ara
According to nn estimate of thu
Washington bureau of statistics no
less thnn 500,v ..000 of the earth's In
habitants nro colonials, apd of those
cclonlals less than 15,000.000, or 3 per
cent, aro composed of the people of
the governiug couutry This 3 per
cent, however, la or Btltlsh stock, scat
tered throughout tho English colonies
I" various paitB of the globe.
Houghly speaking, the English-
1 speaking population of tho earth num-
I hers 131.00u.000, being outnumbered
only by the Inhabitants of China nnd
The population of lands under tho
British flag Is about equal to that of
China Chicago Hccoid-Hornld.
Clc'ilcnl Customer (arousing himself
fioni nap In barber's chair) All
Baiber Yes. sit ; qulto somo time
Clerical Customer Indeed' Then I
must have been Indulging In a quiet
llni her You surely have. sir.
Clerical Customer It wns ceitulnlv
vciy kind of ou not to Awaken mo,
tho rest has ..one mo good, and I nm
wi thankful to you for what was
really a very refreshing sleep.
Barber Don't mention It, sir. It's
only n fair return; I attended Bervlre
nt your church last Sunday. Boston
lCTtOS9 THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
TROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
raly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to Now York,
hill man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Bhop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carto).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
' n. LOTHROP, Genoral Agent
1.5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery SL.San Francisco.
I. L. LOMAX. O. P. & T. A.,
H71 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE
Cars leivt Willclkl for town at i j, .ij. 6 es a M
an! every is minutes thereafter till to .(. lilt and
tijjPM from Watklkl go to the Punahou Stables
Cars leave R Ringe or Paaa switch for town at
t eta M ani every t) minutes thereafter till it oIp.m
Cars leave Fort and Kin streets corner for Palama
at 6 10 AM. ani every i minutes alter till lies
Carl leave for Palama only at j and j jo A M
Cars leave Palama for Walblkf 5 I) A M ani every
m minutes till o as P H . then at to is ani to as P-M
The it is P M from Palama for Punahou only goes
ta Walklkt on Saturdays
Cars leave r-ori aniKfnj streets cornef lot Rifle
Hanee at s so ana a a A,M
Cars leave Fort ani klnr streets corner tor Walklkl
atoosAM ani every ij minutes till ioojP.M then at
to o ani ti s P Then)) P.M joes to Walklkl
on Saturdays only
BERET ANIA STREET AND t'tlUANU VALLEY
Cars leave Punahou Slatk lor Town at s Jo ani
for Town ani Valley atsao)3o6loao6 4oTani
. A M.
Can leave OituColl.ee for town ani Valley at
6 jo 6 30 ani ? to A H ani evcr 10 minutes till to to
P.M eacepttheeten hour ani half, hour cars which
run from the Stable
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at O'to 6 to 6 50 A.M ani
every to minutes thereafter till 10 so p M
Cars leave Fort ani Oueen streets for Punahou
Collets at 6 os 6 a) 6 as A M ani every 10 minutes
after till g as P M After that the cars run to the
Stable up to 11 sop M. which Islhelastcar from Town,
reaching-theJSlabte at 11 joP.m
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. UEXRIQUES, TROP.
Horses and Carrluges
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance la offered for
SEB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna lm i
st Kallua aqd take passengers overland
xt Hookena, where the steamer la met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1,
e. Sun DAILY e Sun daily daily
AM AM. AM. P.M P M.
Pearl City ..
Walanae . .
Ewa Mill ..
T 10 91 11 os Its S 10
0J oil Ilea ? )o
8 si 10 oS la 00 a os o.io
10 so 4 as - -
. . 11 SS 5 40
.... is sa 0 IS ....
ea Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILY
AM. A.M P.M P.M.
6 to .... e 10
10 ... 1)1
s 'as os a ta
o.ts 8 01 I'jo 4 Sf
650 f.SS SOS fri
F C. SMITH. Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
O. P. DENISON. Superintendent
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Kahikinni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Oerstanta 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-
tlonts a Specialty.
229 King St., between River St. and
R. R. Depot.
Fine English and American Goods
6? Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
O Box 001
TEL wMim q
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEALS SERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal In Town.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN,Ltd
H. P. BALDWIN Presldeml
J. n. CASTLE 1st Vlco Prwlcleml
W. M. ALEXANDER.. ..2nd Vice Pre.
J. P. COOKE Troainrei
W. O. SMITH SecreUm
GEO. R. CARTEn Audit!
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Surax Cs.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. 5. Ci)
W. G. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Refinery Company d
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Palla-
delphla, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), Now York, TJ. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade FerU
Iters for Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE!
Parafllne Paint Co.'a P. & B. Paints am.
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Olla,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In wkit
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime aal
CASTLE & COOKB
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
The Wolalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, SL Louis, MsT
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Life Insurance 0.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartforsl,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
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LiIFE and FIRE
New England Mutual life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. Q. Irwin. .President and Manages
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Wnltney, Jr. ...Treas. and Bee.
Geo. J. Ross Audltoi
AOENTB OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, GAL.
0. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. U.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ooks's
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makeo 'ugnr Co.. Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco,
Packet; Cbas. Berwer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; Geors
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. I.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. W
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
TboYon Humn-Tomie Go. Ltt
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Company, C1)n8. T. wilder,
General Manager of
THE EQUITAP' S LIFE
Of tho United States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant Si. : Honolulu