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SUNDAY RULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T SUNDAY. FERRUARY S3, 1902.
Little chicks nro nllowed to tile,
eggs got srnrco, tho chickens raako
dry eating, etc These mistakes nro
constnntly made, but need not occur.
will Inrreaso the quantity of eggs nmt
make hens lay rcgulnrly. It cures
thicken cholera, roup, gnpes, worms,
thciimntlsm and all diseases.
No poultry raiser should do without
1'ratt'H 1'oultrv Food.
Whnl It docs for chickens It does
for all kinds of poultry Tho oldest
and most reliable in existence. Call
for n package and try It.
E. O. Hall &
NEW - TO-DAY
There will be a vpoclnl inciting of
the Honolulu Chamber of t'o.nmene
at Its room. oor the office ji Castle
& Cooke. Ltd mi Mondav February
21th at 2 p in ti consider resolutions
presented by the M reliant Assocla
tlon and to take action upon the same
JAMKS UOKDON SPENCER
Si i retar
l'oi'i i.Ait iitici:s
lleix office npm Tuesila) Moining
I.awvoi I examining witness)
Whtie wns vuiir maid at the lime
1-ndv- In m boudoir arranging my
l.awvei And weie ou there also?
I.nd (Indignantly) Sir' Chicago
Tuesday, February 25
MIND READER, HYPNOTIST
HUMORIST, IN AN ENTER
TAINMENl OF MIRTH,
MAGIC, MY8ERY AND IL
LUSIONS, AS8ISTED BY
Warren the joung Mormon Wizard,
King of the Handcuffs and a company
of Clever Performers.
An Entertainment to Please All
Glean, Wholesome and Enjoyable
Price, 00 centB, 73 cents and $1.
seats on snlo at Wall,
ROYAL MALT EXTRACT
The great invlgoratnr and tonic.
It Is what tho nursing mother needs.
It Is what the olTlco worker needs.
It Is "what the worklngmau neeils
It is what everybody needs who Is
tired, weak or depressed.
It stimulates brain and body,
Order it at once; that tired feeling
will not wear off without help, and
ROYAL MALT EXTRACT Is tho best1
passible help you can have.
Get tho genuine; tako no substitute
25c per Bottle; $2.50 per Dozen.
Hnbron Drug Go.,
jrfcnihrtHffni 'irTf 1 wwiBrtw
Did Not Give As Good
Show As Was
MME. ALONE IN MENTAL
PHENOMENA WAS GOOD
In Cabinet Trick Ghost With Un
pronounceable Name Appeared
In the Flesh For
Cunning, the magician, had .1 erj
good audience at his show In the Opera
House last night. He Is a clover )oung
man hut something went wrong In tho
ver beginning and the deceptions did
not deceive as well as the) might have
The joung man seemed vei nervous
and .1 slight break In tho (list part ot
the program was undoubted!) the
cause of his undoing at Intervals (or
the remainder of the program. How
ever. It Is probable that by the time
ho gives his next performance he will
lie better prepared and will then be
able to give Honolulu people some
The perfoimer slatted out with a
1 lever materialization of four ted bil
liard balls, a trick which he dots bet
ter than any slclght-of-hand performer
who has ever been here His list ttick
In which he brings forth all manner
of things from a stiff hat was also very
In the second patt, the magic supper,
a vcrj substantial meal pioduccd from
six hollow cylinders made the mouths
of mail) water and the flight of bin'
'loin one c)llni!ci to another although
an old trick was very eleven, per-
inrmril In tlm Mm vine trinivlnn til1'
( .,., 1. .Jlentthnd
..(lllg 11 tin UIIIUI.IMItllV lill'IIU IU
drop the Inner one thus exposing tho
trlik He u1m failed In his cone and
llovver trick and was rorced to stop In
the midst ot this part of the perform
anee When Cunning went about In the au
dience for a half dozen ladles rings, ho
hail tumble in getting them Ladles
very foollshl) feared that something
terrible was to be done to them and
the magician was able to get but four
However, he did his tilck with these
and made them appear later In a series
of boxes, each accompanied b) 11 piece
of ribbon nnd n flower
Perhaps the best thing m the even
ing's program was the mental pheno
mena of Mr. e Alone who was blind
folded and place) In the middle of the
stage while Cunning nt a blackboard
behind pointed out figures which vvcio
In every Instnneeh conectl) read
A dollar bill was bmioucd fiom 11
gentleman lu the audience and the lady
told both the denomination and tho
number on the hill The hl.it kbonnt
was then taken down into the audience
nnd four sepaiate gentlemen wrotn
each a number containing four llgiues
As fast us Cunning pointed to these,
the blindfolded lad) wus able to namo
them correctly. Sho added eacli col
umn and then gave the sum of th
whole When Cunning pointed to a
bate spot on the blackboard and then
to his head, the lady said very quick
ly, "Nothing there."
cunning and an assistant spent a
great deal of tlmo hastening together ' ''' xt moinlng In a sur
a tablnet In which was supposed to "lteel condition. It paid for Its greed
manifest Itself tho ghost of a man with Incss with Its lire, and then It paid
an unpronouncahle name who was put back the eggs It had stolen, for when
to death some three hundred jenrsagn'the body of tho snako was nnoneil
for his mysterious performances
Tho cabinet was opened, swung
around nnd wheeled In nil direction lu
order til assure the audience of the
fact that thero was nothing Inside or
attached to the outside. The doors
wero closed nnd ni)Bterious perform
times at once began All manner ot
noises were heaid and the hnli ot
some people in tho audience began to
stand up on end when ot a sudden, n
secret panel In the back ot the cabinet
swung around and thero was disclosed
to view tor one veiy bilef Instant the
worried countenance of the ghost ot
the man with the unpronounceable
Thero were shouts of laughter, In
the midst of which the curtain was
rung down nnd Cunning's show was nt
The orchestra composed of members
of the hand and led by.Captalu ileiger
himself, furnished delightful mnilc
for the performance and when the In
termission weio longer than had been
calculated on, the musicians play.l
another piece and kept the audience.
In a good humor.
Full on the 22d at 2 33 a. ni.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Knhulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b 30m
slower than Clrccn wclh time, being
mat of tho meridian or 157.30. The
ttmo whlstlo ..ows nt 1:30 p. m , which
la the samo as Greenwich, un Om.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thero
n branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
Office located In tho Morchnnts' Ex
change, whero Is maintained for their
benefit freo of charge, complete Bets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather lltircati, I'nnahou, February
22. Temperature Morning minimum,
TO, Midday maximum, 79.
Harometer nt 9 n. 29 93. Falling.
Rainfall 0 00.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 08 per cent.
Dew l'olnt C4F.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb
ruary 22 Weather cloud); wind fresh
From Hllo and wn portB, per stnir,
Klnau, February 22. Mrs A. C.
McKlnncy, Mr. MtKlnne), A.
Rtchnrdson, .Mnjor W. A l'linl)
A. U. Clark, Dr. Scboenlng. I'
Dauke), W. C. Andrews, Hon J. n.
Smith, i: A It. Ross, St. C Savies,
J. G. Rapp, C Fiirneux, W Nuill
ma Jr., Q. 11. Ilerre). Miss LuiMdi.ih,
Rev E Knmnknla mid wife. Rev. .1,
A Klna and wife, i: D llaldwln. W.
King. R W Atkinson, Mrs K v.
lnman and son, II J Day. (1. Ailoll,
J I! Thorpe. J l))er. Mis C II
Stewait and ehlldien, II. F L)miin.
II Cnnnon J S Cnnarlo, A. Mnuo
llous. Miss A Wintei. P P. Woods,
S P. Woods. I) Illllnc Miathle. Mrs
C L. Wight, John Hind. I) Conway.
O I). Linn, 13. Morton. 11. A. Allen,
Rev O Motokaua, Rev T Klmurn,
Yuen Knock, Win. (Sri on, J Tolulner,
1 O'Connor niul 115 on deck
TIE IN ill ll
The medal golf competition which
was pla)cd on the' Moaiinlua links
jesteiday icsulted In a tie between
llaiold Qlffard and Noimnn Kny,
,,,. ,,,,, , ,
The two former will pl.)
11ft their lie today, tho wlnnei nnd tho
losei of tho gnnie winning the flist mil
second prizes lespectlvely. Tho re
sult or the game was as follows'
II (llfTaid . . . .Id.", IS no
N- Ktt) . ... as s SU
I) Ross . . . 104 12 1).'
Among the other competitors v.em
Pilnco Cupid. II. 1). Sinclair. Anhlo
(liilld, A 8. lleaidmore. W. JI. tllf.
fnid, A Raivle and others, thoio bo
lug thirteen lu all.
The golf links were lu good condi
tion nnd the excellent weather In eon
connection with a cold lunch, which
Ih said on good authority to have con
sisted principally of bananas and tho
contents of Husks, cheered tho hearts
of the golfers exceedingly.
Mis Isabel Savory tells, in
book V Sportswoman In India," n
storv ur a hen that was sitting but un
luckll) foi her hatching operation, was
Inteuupteil b) a cobra which entered
tlnoiigh a chink In the henhouse. Tha
cobra made n flno meal of well warm
ed eggs, but when It essa)ed to retire
by tho same hole through which It en
tered It found those oggs in tho way.
11 kb iiiucii 100 largo 10 get but, so
It stuck In the hole, half In tho hen
I house and half outside. Thero It was
the eggs were all found unbroken nnc1
waim They wero leplaced under the
hen and In duo time wero hatched,
none tho worse for their peeullni Incn
One of tho stories that used to go
about this third wlfojif Mr Chamber
Iain's may or may not ho a falsehood
The story Is that tho lad), an Ameil
can, was engaged to .Mr. Chamberlain'
sou 01 nt least was on the point of be
coming so, nnd the young man asked
his father to step over to Atneilca to
see If he approved his choice Accord
Ing to the legend this Is just what
Chamberlain pere did, with an uddl
tlon, ho approved so much of tho lady
that ho proposed to her himself, and,
being accepted, was married In the
usual way, with tho son us chief
mounter. Hut, thete, It is hard to be
llovo an) thing nowadays,
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Honolulu Team the Victor
By Score of Six
FAST AND INTERESTING
GAME OF ASSOCIATION
Jolly Tars From the Phaeton Play
Well, But Cannot Hold
Pick of the City's
At 3 o'clock yesterday nfternoon n
gathering of football pla)ers ot tho
local teams and n large crowd of spec
tators stood on the Maklkl grounds
awaiting the arrival of the team irom
the Phaeton as well as several of
their own men, who failed to turn up
In time owing to the erroneous news
paper statements giving n wrong time
at which the game was to begin, tho
llulletin being the only paper having
tho correct tlmo ns It had been ar
ranged for by tho secretaries and
captains of the two teams. The game
was to have begun at 3 o'clock sharp.
but many players thought that the
time had been changed nnd, as a con'
sequence, tho game did not Btart be
fore! about 4.30. This caused a gieat
many people to wnlt for an hour and
a half In the hot sun and the cxpres
dons used In regard to the mislead
lug papers were not compllmentniy
and In man) cases entirely unlit for
Finally at 4-30 the teams were ready
and lined up ns follows:
Phaeton's Team. Local Team.
. . . McC.lll
Holland ,.. nojle
ll'igal Me Whlrter
Stronfl Local Team.
Or the local pla)crs tho Hackfcld
D.ivles team wns represented by Ilu-
senberg, ilcnrdmoio, fiulld and Moise,
the Malle-lllmns by McOlll. Cralk and
I!o)le, tho WnndeieiH by Hlnckmnn
and Simpson and the Honolulus by
(loiidle and MeWhliter. It Is hut nat
ural that the pick or theso teams made
the eleven which plajed estoiday n
veiy stiong one. The foiwaid lino
especlall), with such men as
Me Willi lei and Morse pla)lng to
gethei Couille. the gieut goal gettei
Cinlk, the good kicker, nnd Simpson
In the wing, wns well nigh Irieslstlhle
Of tho hnlfbaiks lllnckman and
Cinlk nic both well known ns line
plneis and Oulld, who took the place
or llaivey distinguished himself In
such a manner that he amply showed
his fitness to play In the picked team.
Mcfllll nnd Ileardmoie ore both backs
who put up a defense which It is
haul to pass, while Dusenberg has
made a name for himself In the post
tlon or goal keeper In the games ot
(lie past season.
Sailors Out of Practice.
Tho sailors' team was evidently
much out or practice, as they havo
not plncd slnco they left Esqulmalt
about six wcekH ago. In that poit tho
Phaeton team acquitted ItseR with
much credit in games plajed with the
Victoria, the Columbia nnd othor
tennis theio The team has been con
siderably weakened since then by tho
loss ol soveral or Its best plajeiB, who
have either been left In Esquimau on
duty or huvo deseitec thu vessel Tho
lemalnlng pla)ers wre not In veiy
good training on account of tho long
cruise Irom which thoy have lust
come. As It was, they put up a good
game, especially dining thu begin
ning, when tho two teams wero very
evenly matched. In the middle part
of the second hair tlio Jackles also did
good work and manuged.to put a cou
ple or goals to their credit.
Lack of Combination.
Tho leasnn vvh) they did not bioio
more than they did, nlthmigh thny at
times exhibited some excellent play
ing, was probably the fact that whllo
they showed stiong Individual phi)
Ing thero was an evident lack of com
bination noticeable. They also fro
quentl) lost by bunching their tor
wauls on a kick off tho ball being
easily snapped up by tho speedy foi
waids or trusty backs of tho opposing
team In short the game was a good
nnd an exciting one and oven If tho
Jackles wem plainly outclassed all
honor Is duo tho bold snllormen.
8tart Made at Last.
At a little artcr 4 30 tho game stait
ed, the Phaeton team defending the
makal and tho local team tho maukn
goal. The sailors kicked oh and play.
Ing their forwatds closely together
lost tho ball, the Honolulus tnklng It
on passes over tho Phaetons' lino,
Tho sailors got the ball and brought
ANOTHER WEEK OF
SHIRT WAISTS :: ::
WHITNEY & MARSH
1045 FORT STSEET.
it well up Into Honolulu territory, '
where they were stopped by Beard J
more. After this the bail passim up
and down the field on kicks which
seemed to be 11 strong point with thu
Phaetons. The sailors finally gained
a corner which was kicked by their
big centei forwnrd, Holland. Tho hall
landed behind the lino and on tlw
kick out from gonl was secured by
MrWhlrtor, who passed it to Morse
who cnriled It away down In front of
the sailors' goal, when It was cleverl) j
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snapped away from him by one of tin"
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backs. The sailors, still very aggros
slve, cnriled the ball down near the h
enl team's gonl hut lost It, the Himo
lulus cart) lug It hack Tor a cornet
which was kicked by Cralk.
Sailors Show Fight.
The ball was placed too Tar out r j
suiting In a lively scrimmage. Goudle
made a shot for goal, tho ball passim;
over the bar. Simpson made another
shot for the Phaeton goal hut missed '
Morse got the ball In middle field and
skilfully maneuvered tt down tho Hill (
nrs' half, when ho lost control over
the ball, which passed over tho line
Ooudle and McWhlrter brought the
bnll down on passes nnd narrowly
missed n goal The sailois wero show
Ing fight, however, and the ball ai
scveial times In close puixlmlty to
the Phaeton goal. A throw In neat
the local team's line icsulteiktn a guod
tight In fiont of tho goal but no scor.'
was made The miIIoih got tho ball
nnd brought It well down, but were
finally effectually stopped by Rlack
man McWhlrtrr got tho hall down
near the sailois' goal, hut with no re
suit. The forwaids or tho local team
again brought the hall well down th-
sailois' halt, but were stopped b) tlu
Hodgen Stops Well.
Ooudle made n line long distance
shot fiom the field, sending the ball
right Into goal, where It was well
stopped b Ooalkeeper Hodgen 'the
sailors seemed the ball and got it well
down Into Honolulu tuiltory when
Ileardmore stopped them The ball
was again biought up near tho Pha-
ton goal, where a foul off one ot tlw
sailors gave the locals a freo kick
The ball was well placed in front ol
the sailois' goal and n scrimmage en
sued which resulted in tho local
team kicking tho ball through goal. Dusenberg who pla)ed halfback, step
thus making their first Bcore. ped over the ball In his attempt to
Morse Makes Good Kick. j kick It out and the tars scored their
Tho Vhacton ilu)ers carried the H"t goal, making the score Honolu
hnll well down tho Honolulus' fluid Iu3 I and Punahous 1.
passed the hacks and made n shot for , Good Work on Both Sides,
goal, Just missing It Ileardmore 1' A foul oft Dusenberg gave the sail
missing n kick icsulted In n corner for ots a free kick, A good kick was
tho Ballots. The kick fiom tho corner
Kent the bnll rolling In fiont of tlm
goal A sc'ilmmago ensued ending In
the ball crossing the line. Shortly
after a lively scrlminngo took place In
front of tho local team's goal and a
sailor shot for It. Tho ball hit the liar
and bounced ovei. Tho local toam
gained a cornel, which was kicked hj
Cralk, the hall railing behind tho goal
Morse kicked a good, straight tils
tance shot light Into the sailors" goal
which was well saved Tiy the
goal keeper Tho Phaetons now
got the ball and got (t well up
tho locals' half, whero the
back stopped them. Simpson
and Moise cairled the ball up near the
Phaeton goal where Ooudle secured It
nnd made a tiy for the goal which he
missed, the hall passing over.
Clever Work of 8allor. "
The sailor num got the bnll and cnr
iled It up neni tho Honolulu goal when
tlieli centti foiwaid by an unexpected
and well executed backward kick, at
which he was vory good, placed the
ball well In rront of goal Here an
other tar caught it and shot for goal
hut missed. The sailois got a corner
Hlnckmnn got the ball on the kick
from theie and passed It to McWhlrter
who carried It up In middlo field where' '"ted between tho two goals lu a live!)
the sailois took It and cuirled It hack' manner Tlio sailors gained a comer
over the local team'B lint' Ooudle ut Doyle snapped up the hall on the
and Morse got tho ball up nenr the kick and on passes to McWhlrter car
Phaeton goal where McWhlrter kicked' rled It well up in Phaeton terrltor)
for goal but missed, A lively Bcilm-I wheio the ball Anally crossed the line,
mage took place In front of the sail- Again the hall wns carried up by the
vors' goal. Ciatk got the ball and sent!
It straight between the posts where
the goal keeper stopped It.
Two More Goals for Honolulus.
Tho local team gained a corner
which was kicked by Cralk who placed
the ball too far out, however. Qoudlo
and Morse carried the ball back near
the sailors' line where Morse succeed
ed In making a fine goal, the second for
the Honolulu players. A few minutes
afterwards Morso again got the ball
and earning It down mado another
successful shot for the sailors' goal
making the third goal for the lo-
Pal team. A moment later time was
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called leaving the score for tho first
a,f 8tan(Hng HonoluH, 3 gonls to tho
In the Second Half.
In the beginning of the second halt
Morse got the ball and carried It well
down until It was finally forced out of
hounds. After a bit of give and tako
the sailors got the hall and carried It
down over the local team's line. Mc
Whlrter secured the ball and carried It
well down Into Phaeton territory, then
he passed It to Goudle who kicked a
goal Inaklng the score for the local
team 4 to the sailors' goose egg.
Morse carried the ball up nnd passed
It to McWhlrter who made an unsuc
cessful try for goal. The Honolulu
forwards sevcrar times got the ball up
near the sailors' goal wRh the result
that It passed the Hue. The sailors In
their turn took the pig skin and
brought It up Into the locals' half
when their center forward made a
shot straight for tho Honolulu goal
which was well saved by Dusenberg.
Sailors Warm Up.
The sailors, who were evidently
warming up while the local pla)crs
were resting a bit eusy on their laurels,
now( made several good attempts for
the local team's goal but Dusenzerg's
e'efense pi evented them troni scoring
Guild and Moise biought the ball well
up but the sailors carried It back and
finally gained a corner, the kick from
which was well centered but ns tho
ball wns kicked over the lino no score
Again the tars kept tho hall circu
lating around the local team's goal for
a while but no score resulted as Dusen
berg proved too strong on the defense
for them. The local team finally broke
away McWhlrter and Morso exhibit
ing some fine pla)lng which resulted In
a kick over the Phaeton goal. The
sailors secured the ball and carried It
down the field to the vicinity ot the
local team's goal. There one gallant
sailor kicked the pig skin right Into
goal. McGlll, who was taking the
place as eoal keener In the nlare of
made nnd the ball taken down tho field
on a couple of clever passes but hard
l.v pasted !)) the goal The Honolulus
broke awn) and Doyle made a good
shot for the Phaeton goal which was
saved by the goal keeper. A moment
alter Uojle repeated his performance
wlth'exactl) the same result. Iho
sailois got the hall and passing It trom
the wing to the center forward mado a
try for the Honolulus goal hut the
hall went wide. Again the sailors took
the ball down near the local tcam'i
goal but missed a good chance for
adding to their score by sending tho
hall b) tho goal. Tho Honolulus broke
aw a again and McWhlrter made n
beautiful shot for the Phaeton goal
which he Just missed, tho ball passing
close over the bar.
Tars Score Second Goal.
The s-illors now took the "uall and
carried It up near goal where one Jolly
tar took a good shot'at It. McOill sav
ed the situation, however. A foul oft
Guild gave the sailors a fice kick from
close to the local team's goal. The
ball was well placed and speedil) put
through the goal, the Tars thus raak
Ing their score 2 goals against tlio
The increased score of the sallori
made the local players pick themselves
un a bit and for a. while tho 1iall vnrlt.
local plajers and taken right to tho
sailors' goal. Doyle made a shot at it
hut tho ball lilt the post and bounded
Locals Score Again.
An exciting Bcrlmmago resulted, tho
ball finally passing over the line. Me- '
Whlrter got the hall, carried It down
well and Anally scored a goal, this
making the fifth for the local team. A
few minutes later McWhlrter nnd dod
dle in a series of clever passes took tho
ball up near the Phaeton goal when
Ooudle made a successful shot through
It, this being goal six for tho local
team. Several changes were now mado
In tho line-up of tho Honolulu team,
Morse being put halfback and Dlack
mnn playing forward but this mado no
difference In tho game as time was
called a few moments later, leaving
the final score Honolulus G goals to the
Paeton team's 2.
"You bet I've got a smart woman for
a wife," remarked tho groccryman
with pardonable prldo. "We've all
got that kind," responded the cus
tomer smiling. "Hut mlno Is the real
thing," Insisted tho groccryman. "And
I'll tell you why, I am going Into tho
egg business as a specialty, and when
( had everything ready, even to tho
nama of the company, I submitted It
to her. Soon as she Baw the name sho
kicked. 'What's tho matter with call
ing It the Century Egg Company?'
said I, because I was proud of tho
name. 'You don't know much,' sho
Bald, In a tone of voice that crumpled
mo all up. 'Can't you see If you call
It tho Century Egg Company every
body will say you call It that because
tho eggs you sell aro a hundred years
old?' Now, If Bho wasn't quicker than
chain lightning, would she ever
have thought of that?" and the groc
eryman went ahead sandpapering tho
Bhlne off of a few eggs In the basket
that needed It.
Dill How long was your friend, tho
artist, working on that canvas?
Will Eight years. Took him six
months to paint It, and seven years
and n half trying to sell It. Tlt-DRs.
Wm.IG. Irwin & Go
Wm. O. Irwin.. President nnd Manager
Clans Spreckels Vlco President
W. M. aiffard.. Second Vlco President
H. M. Whitney Jr.....Trens. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN Ltd
H. P. Daldwln .President
'J. D. Castle First Vlco President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Prcs.
J. P. Cooko Treasurer
W. O, Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter ....Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS tor Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co , Pala Plan
tation Co., Naklku Sugar Co, Klbct
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Knhulul Railroad Co., and
The California and Oriental S. S, Go
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO, OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co , Onomca Sugar Co ,
Honomu Sugar Co., Wailuku Sugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co .Hnlcakala Ranch Co.,
Tho Planters' Lino of San Francisco
LPacket; Chas. Drawer & Co.'s Lino of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. JI. Cooko, President; Gcorgo
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Dishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. O. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG GO,,
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Dalolse Insurance) Co.
Union Gasa Englno Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot the United States for tho
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
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