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EVENING' BULLETIN, HONOLULU, lit T., . TUESDAY, JAN. 21, 1902.
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Order Books, Shipping Books, Note Books, Re
ceipt Books, Stock Books, Bank Books, Pass
Books, and any kind of Book you use, will be
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sired, and by men who have had from fifteen to
twenty years experience in the best European
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viluable works, such as Histories, Bibles, Scien
tific Books, etc., Bound with greatest care and
tisto. . . . Reports, Statements, By-Laws, Pros
pectuses, and all kinds of Pamphlets printed and
coored with neatness and dispatch. ::::::
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blink books anJ stationery. No matter how com
plex the ruling you wish for your books, we have
the machines and workmen
as it ian be Jone in San Francisco.
Petfcratlrg. numbering, blocking and generj
jobbing work In pare inlpnteboard. Fancy boxes,
paper detora'lons, fancy gilt beel cards, mems, anJ
In fact, evervtlilngln the card, paper and leather line
Pocketbo.ks, card cases, cigar cases, and every kinj
of art k Ir de I re J lettered and gilded.
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mounted for durability and preservatloi Paste
board boxes for pigeon holes In shelving made In all
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thrilling font In connection with
tin- inauguration of the "pony ex
pp ' tcrlrp in the rnily plxtlcs wan
tin" incr ngalniit tlmn on n uugei' uf
f jiin.nnii From "Hilly' Itynu, mie oi
tlic hold riders who helped Ui vln ihnt
groat rare, and who In Mill llWng In
St Joseph. Mo., the Mor) of tho he
ginning of the "pony express" was
related to me. Tho Rlnrtlug of the
i son Ire fiotn St. Joseph on Apill 3.
I J Sf,u. wn an Importnnt event In the
I lilstorj of the West. The farts and
' Ircldents connected with tMs ride of
21 in! miles t.i San l'rnnc'c') fiiim :i
I most Interesting chapter In th" toi
ol early Western progiepa.
In 181! St Joseph w.n the western
tirmlnii.i of inilruad eomnimile.itloii.
This side ol the Mlssouil river tho
Btngo (oaeh. the Middle hoise and the
cvtraltiH weic the only means of com
nil i re and (ommnnlcntlon with thu
KneKy Mountains and the Pndfle
sliiVe across a skko now trawrscil
1) a doen vestlhnled tialns dally.
In the winter of 18fii) there wns n
Wall street lohby at Washington tiy
Ing to get $5.O0i).)0O for cartylng the
malls from New VorU to San I'lnneiseo
for a peilod of one year. lie pioposl
tlon was nothing more mn less than
ai attempt to hdnnco the Government.
I William II. Itussell. who was then
llaigely Interested In freighting hnsl-
iliess on the plains, hacked hy Floyd, i
the Secretary of War. resolu'd to gje
the lobby a cold shower bath. Itussell
offered to wager $200,0110 that he i ould
put on a mall line between San I ran-
(Isco and St. Joseph that could mal.o
the distance 1!)5 miles linen days. c,,,,t the Joke, and by means of n per
The wager wns accepted, and Apill S, jial !,,,, ambiguous communication
i ISi.ii wbr flxi'd upon ns the date lor r.fterwanl cucctcd a mutually profit
I starting. I n',f. engagement wlu the witty and
Mr Itii&sell summoned Ids paitner careless Aitemus
, mid general manager of business on
(the plnlns. A It. Miller, for many yenrR
'n piomlnent (Itlzen of Demcr. told
what he had done, and asked If he
iiiuld perform the feat. Miller re
I piled "Ves. I'll do It. and 111 do It by
pony express." To ncumipllsh this
service Miller puichnsed Hun of the
licet est hordes he could find In the
West nnd employed 12." hrac and liar-
HJ nut in. I ll.-I.l- lllt'II urn- M-ii-i-iuii
Willi reference to tneir llglit welgnt
and their Known oratory and (outage,
It was highly essential thnt the horses
should he loaded ns liglu.y ns possible,
for the leawin that some poitlons of
the loute had to be coveied at the late
of twenty miles an hour,
'I he horses weie Mntloncu lioin ten
to twenty miles apnit anil each ildcr
was required to ilde sixty miles. Tor
cadi ihange of nnlmnls and the tians.
ler ol the t'nlted States malls two min
utes weie allowed. Where tbeie wero
no plane stations at proper distances,
tents capable of accommodating 0110
man nnd two boises weie piothled.
Im.inns It was supposed, would some
times give ilinse. hut then on) use po
nies ould luaKe tery soriy show- In
pursuit of Miller's tuoiouglihicds.
many or which could make a slnglu
mile In a minute aud lllty soiouds.
All ariangemeiits being completed
for this gloat undertaking, a signal
gun on 11 st nmboat at Sacramento
proclaimed the meiidlnn of Apill K.
1SC0 the hour for stalling. At that
signal Mr. Miller's pilvate saddle
horse Holder Human, with a biate
rider in the saddle, hounded away to
ward the foothills or the aloiia Ne
tadas. The first twenty miles worn
loverod in forty-nine minutes and thli
rent wns repeated mull ihe mountains
tveio reached. The snows weie deep
In the mountains nnd one ilder wns
lost for set oral boms In a snowstorm.
Alter Salt Lake valley had been leach
ed additional speed became necessary
to reach St Joseph 011 time, l-'rom
tbeie on. howeter. all went well until
the Platte rlter was to be eiossed lit
The stream wns swollen and run
mug rapidly, but the hoise plunged
Into the Hood, only, howeter, to mire
In quicksand and drown. The cornier
succeeded In reaching the shoio with
his mall bag sale and trateled nearly
ten miles on loot to leach the next
relay The Journey Horn this point to
within sixty miles or St. Joseph wits
made quickly and without Incident.
Johnny Pry n popular ilderol his day,
was to make the tlnis... He had sixty
miles to lido with six Iteet-looted
horses on which to do It. The loss and
gain of 12011,11110 might turn upon a
would be expected to make the ride
en his life. And he did it.
Try hud Just tluee hours ami thirty
minutes to win. It was the finish of
the longest race und I.ligest stnl.e
oter 1 tin In Amerlcn. When the time
for Try's anhal was ueaily up. at
least fite thousand people stood upon
the Mlssouil liw-r bank at the foot of
Francis stieet In St Joseph, with eyes
tinned toward the woods fiom which
the hoise and its ililer must emeign
Into 1 11c open countiy lu the icur 01
i:iwood a miiall town 011 the Kansas
side or the liver opposite St. Joseph,
one mile Horn the finish. '
"Tick, tick.'" went hiiud.'eds 01
Iluik. "lliirinh"' A shout goes up
Ham the assembled multitude. The
coiulei conies' A noble little mare 1
daitsllkean auow lioni tin; bow und Un, facl tiat or ,,, r(.millnn)5 5373
made the iuu ol the. last ml ; In one ,.im,.,es, 23U3, or ulmost oue-hulf. re
minute and titty seconds. landing upon ,u,,i tlvo or less additions each. The
the feiry bout which waB to entry U;!) emlnaeci tho lariru bodv or null.
horse and rider ncioss the river, with
" IIIIHHH.-11 au 11 imniuii m oi'i.-.
The story of this remarknblo teat Is
uui u hi-iiip ui uiniur; u. ,i iev in
the riders who participated In the
glent race "Hilly" Ryan umoug the
number uie still living. Iliindieds of
old timers Mill lltlng in nnd about
Elwood and St. Joseph lecall tho
scenes and Incidents that inniked tho
finish or the splendid contest against
time. It was a glent event lu the his
tory of St. Joseph.
Tho enteiprlso established by Ma
Jus. Itiibsell & Miller. In the shape ol
the pony expiess, can led the United
States mall nnd teleginphlc dispatches
to far Western points lor many yeais.
In luit. tlie hortlce. was not dlscontln
ucd until Denver and other Western
towns were connected by rail with
Mlssouil rlter cities. It was fltci
clays prior to the running cr the gieat
ince foi iid.OiiO wugei that the first
pony expiess left St. Joseph lor the
Wcbt. At 7 15 o'clock Tuesday even
Ing, April 3, IbOt). a rider reeelted at
the United States express oltlce In St.
Jcsepb his light burden of dispatches,
and amid tho cheers and huzzahs of
the vast throng nssembled to wltnoBS
tho event, darted off across the plaliiB
ol Kansas and on Into the distant
west. TIiIb event created bo much ex
citement In St. Joo that tho llttlo pony
wn almoBt robbed of his tall, th
crowda of people) assembled at
starting point being desirous of pre
smlng n m mento of the Iljlng lues-
Fiom au old and liadly faded copy o.'
the Fri'i Tiisk. then punllshed at V.l
wood, Kan owe k thriving, populous
town, hut now senicely Riven a place
on the nmp I obtained tho following
time caid Tor the regular pony express
service: Ulwood to Marysvlllc. 12
houm; Fort Kearney, 34 hours; l.arn
tnle, 80 hours, llridger. 108 hours;
Salt I.al.e. 12) hours: Camp Floyd. 12S
hours, C'arRiMi City, lS8 hours; Placer
lllc. 22ii hours; 8acrnmento, 222
horns: San l'tanclsco. 210 hours.
The pony express started weekly
fiom St Joseph and San Francisco,
lis and lelcginphle dispatches from i
these points and the cities In the far
Fast being transferred at Salt Lake,
121 nours out fiom St. Joseph and 130
boms out fiom San Francisco. As.
may he supposed, all transmission ot
messages oer tins lino wns circcieu
at no timing cost, and i.iose who had
occasion to aa themselves of Its
fomenlcnce made It n point to study
brevity ol expiesslnn. An amusing
Incident Is (hionlcled In this connec
tion. I. inky" llaldwln, at that time
the leading theatrical manager of San
Finnclsio sent to Arlemus Ward In
New Yml. the following dispatch:
What will you take for forty
The creat humorist promptly replied
nl )le (A,,eiiso of Die good nntured
jtaldwlir "llrnndy and water."
iinliluin Imil the uood sense to nc-
T.u-oina. Wash , .Ian
u bill for the
to D.twson mall achki'B.
incorporation of Dawson passed by tho
Yukon Council thice weeks ago, It
provides tor the goternmtnt of the
town by a Mayor and an electlte coun
cil of six. or It the people reject tho
plan, by a commission of three to ba
named by the (lovemor. An election
to determine whether or not to accept
self-government will be held within u
The Territorial officials will no lon
ger take the time and trouble of gov
erning tb" town. They desire to rid
themsolw's of such details and he en
abled to spend their energies lu pro
moting the inteiests and development
of the entlie Yukon Territory. Ilcre-
ff.fn,,, timllm ninipinu nml fiifim!
ilrh mine owners hate opposed the or
ganization of a municipal government
for fear It would Increase expinscs:
and taxation. Some also thought that
an electlte gotcrntneni might open
the way for the tough element to be-
cure greater Inlluenee. A majority of,
tho voters seem to favor the election
of a Mayor and Council. Candidates
for these olllces are beginning to ap
pea.1. $20,i)0J FOR WAKUMAN.
New York. Jan. I. Vnpiocedeiitccl
and Intel estlug Is th emotement made
public today to raise among Impoiters
Ihioughout tho country a purse of $20.
0'JU to be piesentcd to Wilbur I-'.
W.ikemnn. until lecently Appraiser of
the I'oit of New Yoik. Ahead) there
Is ,1 substantial basis for the fund und
its piomoters hate no doubt of the
success of the scheme. Aithur H. Wil
son of till- firm of Call &. Wilson Is the
originator of the Idea and George J.
Sea bury of the III in of Seabuiy &.
Johnson Is tieasuier of the fund.
It will be leiuembercd that then)
was a light on Wakcmnn, led by tho
Jtepubllcnn organization of this city
und that Piesldent McKlntey hud do-
ikl ml to leappolnt III 111 ns Appraiser,
despite the piotests of a poweiful Ne
1 Voile faction. After the death of Prcs
ident MeJlnley the light was lenew
cil. and President Roosevelt ordered
that Wnkeman icslgn before January
1st I'pon his lefusal to do so he U4
U-muw'd. Just bcfoic C'hilstmtis.
Significant Uellftloux Ktnttatlcs.
A strung and painful light Is thiown
" e'liienl conditions by tho analysis
ol 1I1111 eh nccessluus In the Picslt
I Ian Chiuili dining the year eliding
Miiieh .11, liiul. by the accomplished
r.tated eleik ol the (leueral Assembly,
the Rev. Dr. W. 11. Roberts. Hit
shows that of thu 751G biiiilmH ,-m-.
ilcd cm the denominational loll. -HI
went thiough the entire year without
a Military addition to their member
ship by confession of faith.
Almiml IT nnt nltlt.i flu n.itinllttiir lu
------- - - -
)miy nnd typical churches, outside of
lavoiaiiio couuiiioiis uuu oi leauerbiiip
quality. Of the 27"fi chuithes iccelv
nig me or uioie, nil receiteu ten or
less, leasing only Hills that lepoited
over ten accessions during a wholo
year. No one could claim that this Is
a healthy spiritual condition. Church
THE OLD LADY'S CONCLUSION.
So many things I have to do,
I don't know which to take up (list.
I'm utinted tasks confront me. aud
Uach seems to need attention worst
Thu days uie dally all to slioit.
Kneh night the setting of the sun
i'ludb me peiploxed, und facing still
rnnunibeied duties to lie done.
So many thliiga I have to do,
I hardly know which way to tin 11.
The choice between so many tasks
Foi ever tills 1110 with concern.
To tako up this or tako up that
Oh, pity my poor aching head!
I leally don't know which to do.
And so I guess I'll go to bed.
Mrs. Fill I feel that wo owe It to
ouiselves to go South during the very
cold weather, don't you?
Mr. Flat Yes, but It's e-asler to own
to mvseir than to other people. Ill-
umm riTV diaiuc
NOTICE IS SENT OUT
TO THOSE INTERESTED
Carriers Will Do Work at Home3
of People in City- -Some of
Advantages to be
t'litler the heading "Letter Carriers
Will Hcgltter Valuable Letters," Ed
win C. Modncn, third assistant pon
master general, has is-mcd too lunow
Ing notice of Impoitnnce to those con-
Post OIIlcp Department, Washington.
Tu the Public: Valuable letters oi
parcels should not bo sent In tho or-
dlnaiy m.,lls, because the Department
- . tKnnn mill fnnfWOV tIPtll r tllOlf
enn not trace and recover them or their
talue In case of loss or depiedatlou.
Have them rcglstcted. It costs but
S cents in addition to postage. TIipi;
they will be safely carried and cor-1
icctly delltered, and a receipt for them
will be obtained from tho addressee 01
his authorized agent and at once mail
ed to ou.
Your letter carrier will register let
ters at your house door as safely a
If they were taken to the post ollke.
Tho conditions uro that they must
1. lie lu good order nnd inclosed In i
2. Hear the name and nddresj ol
3. Dear the name and post onue ait
dress of the person to whom they are U
bo delltered; aud
I. The postnge and icglstty fco must
Le tuenald either In stamps attached
.. . U- l-
to the letters, or in money iu iuu let
ter carrier, who will write the amount
In tho receipt which he gives you.
The carrier enn not wait for you to
prepare your letter, or to make a
change, or engage In conversation. It
you glte him too much money for post
age, tl will bo leturned to you dlrei .
from the post oftlci-, liut not If the post
age nnd fee are paid In stamps.
The domestic letter rate Is 2 cents au
ounce or fraction thereof, and It ap
plies to the Island Possessions, Cuba,
Mexico, and Canada.
The foreign letter rate t& S cents a
half ounce or fraction thereof, and It
applies to all foielgn countries In th
I'nltersal Postal L'nlon not mentioned
All valuable letters and parcels, as
ivcll as those the correct delivery of
which is of Impoitance to the sender,
should be icglstcred If sent In tie
The charges aie teaRonable. Tho
lcglxtr'y fee is but S cents In addition
The service Is unique. It Insures the
safe transmission nnd correct dcllterv
of registered matter, nnd In addition to
tu. I0,cpt glten the sender at the
time his letter or unreel Is accented. It
obtains and sends him without extra
cost the receipt of the person to whom
delltery Is made In etery Instance for
domestic articles, and upon demand for
A teglstered aitlele can be trnied by
it neifcct system of iccoids nnd le-
celpts fiom sender to addressee.
If a registered article of domcstl
oilgln. nddiessed to a I'nltiil States
post office, nnd prepaid at tho lettei
late of postage, be lost or rilled in
the malls and Its value be otherwise
Irieeoverable, au Indemnity therefoi.
up to $10. Is piovlded hy law.
The Registry Service Is pecullaily
adapted for the tiausmlsslon of letters
or paicels containing ipinlttrnceb of
money, bonds, ordeis for goods, newv
paper and magazine subscrlntion.
I deeds, legal processes, taluahlo boofc
01 impeiH, iiit'iciiuuuiM', uuu ttu arii
clcs the delltery of which the sendei
wishes to be assured of by a receipt
fiom the uddiessee or his agent.
KDWIN C. MADDEN,
Third Assistant Postmaster Genen'.
In Spite of the Cigar.
"Sick, rh? Can't eat. Dyspepsfx
Well, I'll tell you what jou need. You
need home tgood flesh air. You muse go
to the mountains for 11 couple of weeks
Now. mind what I tell you. You must
rKe at 7 every morning, walk a cftupl
of miles before breakfast: eat oatmeal,
eggs and bacon, und drink toffeo for
brenkfust. Then wall! us far us you
feel able to In the forenoon, and eat
what they glte you for dinner. Th,en
11 nap. half an hour, no more, und
"""-' IKIIB. llieu a goon slipper
i , . - . 1. .
ami pei naps a game 01 cams uuu ueu
at !). If ;ou do that etery day you'll
etiiin il 1 hanged man. So spoke a
rhyslilnn to u patient, nnd us the pa
tient left him he suddenly remembered
something, nnd shouted down th
Malls: "Oil, I forgot; smoke only ono
cigar a day, and that after dinner.'
j Three) weeks later he met his patient
loohing reel aim lugged. "Well. John,
and how are jou?" he asked. "First
race, replied 1110 man, "hut then 11
gloom oterspread his countenance-, and
he said, "I'm first into; but thut cigar
almost did me up. You see. I nevcf
smoked before." Lowell Citizen.
He No. dear: no church ior mo this
morning. I should like to go. but, un
roitunately, have u touch or head
She- Do ionic Hr'ing, a good sleep
Ir the vtiy tlup.i ior It llicoklyn
I.I 1 1-
(w I til MIS
Alden Electric "Belt"
pensory Is guaranteed
all the curative proper
ties of the esnanslve belts now sold by
dnrtors and druggists. It glt'es a very
strong current of electricity and lseally
regulateJ. Hun J to superseJe others. Can
be had from the undersigned onlv: no
agents; no discount. Circular free. Address
I'ierce Electric C11 . 206 Post St.. Sun
Francisco. Sent free to Hawaii for S5.00
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OPCICI, MAM )9),
MOURS-ii A. M TO i. P.M.;
1 TO i f. M.I T TO I P. M.
BOX80I. SUSDV 11-1 P. M.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Atakea Street.
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
lvo Dulldlng, Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320.
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURQbON AND SPECIALIST.
' ' -
REMOVED to new office, 1146 Ala-
tea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to G: 30, 7 to 8; Sun
day!, 9 to 11.
WHYTE & MACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
rtlANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : '. :
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oaha Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFflAN & nARKHAH.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CIIAS. DAVID, Mnnnfjcr
Now Open for lluslnens.
Finest ot Accommodation.
Finest of IJnthlnjt. I t I
Ue Sure to Get Oft at 1 t
t t t 1 Wnlnlun Stntlon
RATES 62.50 per dny 1
Special Rates by Week or
Month. 1 i 1 1 1 t t
For further Information address :
11 A L HI W A P. O.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St., bet. Queen unci Merchant
Breakfast. Lunch and Dinner
Everything first-class. Complete line
Key West and Domestic Cigars always
H. J. NOLTE, - Proprietor.
HART & CO.,
Flic 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, Turning and
Mill Work In all its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In latge or small
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAH MA
CIIINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
tnd RXVETED PIPES for Irrlgatlot
purposes a specialty. Particular uttec
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notice.
3U POUT ST.,
Has tho Dcst Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND Cl'RIOS
In the City.
k'IXFSH HOME-MADE PO! ON TUES
DAYS AND FRIDAYS.
New Map of Oahu.
.ovpr4 fron Government Survey tn4 Charlf ,
Mart of Sutfir Plamtlon, tttllwyf, ni Other
Sellable Sources. THE map IS 8xt INCHES,
with arllitlc coloring! and ntat mountings mak
ing a very useful wMl as ornamental wait map
THE PRICK OF THB MAP IS 1(0 00. CoplCS at)
h obtain 4 from
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Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar Oo.
Haiku Sugar Company,
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulut Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. U,
Western Sugar Hennery Company tl
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Pali.
dclphta, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Natloaai
Cane Shredder), New York, TJ. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'a Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALB:
ParafOne Paint Co.'a P. & D. Palnta ami
Papers; Lucol and Linseed OUa,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint). In wait
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lima ami
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The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, SL Louis, If.
The Standard OU Co.
Tho Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Life Insurance O.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot H&rtfor,
The Alliance Assurance. Co. of Londoa.
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LIFE and FIRE
Sew England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Compani
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. Q. Irwin.. President and Manages
Claus Sprcckcls Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr. . . .Treas. and Be.
Geo. J. Roe Audltoi
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & GO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ooks'i
Sugar Plant, Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makce Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Uerwer & Co.'s Line ol
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; Qeorgs
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W, B
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Ws
tcrhouse and Geo. R. Carter. Directors.
TtiBVonHafflni-YonuE Co. Ltn
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Company, cims. t. wudr,
General Manager ot
THE EQUITAB' "; LIFE
Ot the United States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant St. : Honolulu