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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY. MARCH 4, 1002.
I.tttlo chicks nro allowed to die,
eggs get scarce, the chickens tnako
dry eating, etc. Thcso mistakes aro
constantly made, hut need not occur.
will Increnso tho quantity of eggs and
mako hens lay regularly. It cures
thicken cholera, roup, gapes, worms,
rheumatism and all diseases.
No poultry raiser should do without
Pratt's Poultry Food,
What It docs for chickens It docs
for all kinds of poultry. Tho oldest
nnd most reliable In existence. Call
for a package nnd try It.
E. O. Hall &
HE DIES IN CHICAGO
ON U0NEYM00N TRIP
Born in Honolulu Was an Ener
getic Business Man Tasted
Public. Life and
The worst news upei ted of IMwnid
C. Slacfarlane. one of Honolulu's Pest-
known cwtiens and sons, came bv last
nlghfs steamer, he Is dead. Word
that ho was dying, had been given but ,
twenty-four hours to live, was lecelved
I.y the family In the Alameda's mall '
Sunday belore last. It was kept out
of the papers, however, while the faint
est hope of teassuring tidings lemaiu
venerable mother Just it-covering fiom
an accident that would have been Intal
to many nt her advanced age The sad
Intelligence comes now lu the fellow
lug press dispatch, besides what has
bein prlvatelv received b the laim-nt
ed man's Tamil)
Chicago, Feb. H Edward Cienmot
Slacfarlane died on his welding torn
nt 2 o'clock this allernoon nt the All
ditorlum Hotel, leaving a ouug wife
of n week a widow ut 22 enrs of i ge
...e bod) will be taken to San Finn
lsco tomorrow, and thence sent to
the Hawallnn Islands to In- bulled
Sirs. Slnefarlaue Is incouKolable
Maefurlano had been a b.n helor und
was 4'J years old The were on their
way to Europe to spend their honey
moon. They lenrhed Chicago last
Monday, nnd Sli Mm failaue wns taken
hick that arieniooii He died of plcu
ro pneumonia F II .Matfnihtiic n
piother. Is expected hele .Moiid.iv Hum
San Francisco to take chnige of I lie
body and es'oit the widow home
Sirs. Slatfnrhino gues back in a
home ciowded with wedding prc-ai-iits
whltli liuvu nut even been n. know I
"Ned" Mnclailoue as he was fnnill
larly known, wns born on the Island ol
uanii iv ve-irs ugo ami mm resided tlio
K.i'iuu. iii.ri.uu oi ins me in Honolulu ,
jpoimu .vv.ui ins ui oilier, tol t.eoige
of Hiiwnll. while anothei blutliui F
W. Slacfailane, Is president id the
Vnlon Feed Company, at pies, nt nlso
holding the public otflte of t hall man
oi the Fire Claims uomralsslon An
other brother Is Henry It .Mncfailane,
proprletoi of the Ahulmanu dairy
ranch on this Island, while still an
other Is Clarence W Slacfailane. who
conducts a commission nnd agency
business In the Slnsonlc Temple. Thus
It will bo seen thut the subjei t of this
obituary belonged to a family or en
terprislng business men. Seldom, It
may bo hald, have so many biotheis
living together In one place exhibited
such an example of how good nnd
seemly It Is for such as lire budhien
to dwell together in unity The fia
ternal affection ol Hie Slniluikino
"bojs" has alwnjs been pi.iv.-iblal.
B. C. Slacfarlane had l.n Miine i'iuh
taken nn nctlve and Intelligent Inter
est In public affalis Since the -.boll-Hon
In 1887 or the House of Nobles ns
a llfo membership bod), when- George
held a scat, Edwaid bad been to the
end the public man of the family In
tho election or IS'Jl) he went Into the
Legislature na a Noblo und pine tic ally
the leader or tho National Iterouu put
ty, lit. proved an nstute unci a disc rent
legislator, leaving his stamp upon
many "good and wholesome laws." Ho
was lo-elettcd In 18'J2 and once or
twice ui the stormy Besslon or nilnlste-
nai upsets antecedent to the over
throw or the monaichy Mi. .Maifnilano
was tailed to tho Cabluet or CJueen
I.llluokalanl. At tho only geneial .dec-
Hon since annexation Sir. Sliictnilauo
was on the Democratic ticket for Sen-
ator on this Island, which was del out-
Sir. IMncrailnne was mole oi less
Identified lu his time with Jouinallsm
Neaily a score of yeais niru h ml
Itnr nil iimnilnlup nr l.n. Qm, ..'..... !
Cisco Wasp, the well known sntlilctil
paper. It wns under his c haige that
the lato Jules Tavemlei sketched the
Volcano or Kllauea as a ficmtlsplece in
.olois lor the WnBp. Horn a veib.il de
scrlptlon by Sli Slacfnilaue, which
nas nfteivvaid pilntc., bepniately bv
tens or thousands nnd juined one of
tin. most eifectlve adveitlsemeiita ever
given Hawaii's gicat natuuil woudei
Again, Sir. Sluclarlane, in 1882 or 1S83
was In chnrgo of the I'aclflc Commer
clal Advertiser heie It was be who
engaged Dan. O'Connell, ot billliant
memoiy, ns editor or tho AdveitUcr
"Kd." was a companionable man
whose company was highly esteemed
by acquaintances In bonis or lelsuie
As a business and n puuue man he
wua quick and nervous In action et
markedly dellbernto lu foimulatlng ut
teranco on Important questions
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.i7 ,2V n r ' ' "'" William White having re. olve.l ' tintor c.r the estate of nlone Fenian
wg hevd o? u S shall, '7- '""'" 'r lu-a.l. of ...vena,,,
r.iunei- memuers ol inc iionolii III , v "-" "' '"" '"" ant The fcillowlni: Is Hi,. I... v i.m.ni. '
Stock Exchange. Ills ,,., , 'That fo, the thl.d s.iut i1.lli.-X,, fi Tm l f
brother Is also a dhe.toi ol the Hank til.t II Kanuha. (ieo It Ciiitc, and I).'r, ,..,? u...Tm ..'..."?.. .'.....
Thougli not n fancy writer, liu wielded
the pen of a ready writer, putting his
thoughts to paper with clearness nnd
purity of diction thnt many regular
newspaper dimlges might env. All
In all, the death of E.lwnrd C Marfnr
lane will foi n long time leave a dls
llnct blank In this community. The
saddest carollary of his taking off is
perhaps from the fact thnt he died a
bridegroom upon the honemoou tour
with his bride
Only ten dajs before Ills death Sir.
Slacfarlane married .Miss llon-ncn Hal
llngei In San Frnnclseo. It wns an nn
piutending home wedding, nnd the
lollple nt once departed for Chicago
on tlielr bildal tour. T he widowed
It. .1.1.. .. n )..m ......... .....I.I...I ..r
Ultui- l u i,UMiiuil Julius J e allium ui I
'the Mission, and Is the daughter of
Mis. Itobeit Watson and a sister ol
Frank J. llalllnger. both of whom niei
well known In San Francisco
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at uikii i nviuj inn i nut vi, out nil t
Mr jIlurnlInm, ,,,., ,', extended I
, , nlu,nlu.
HAWAII'S SENATORIAL MUDDLE !
, N0.v '
BEFORE UNITED STATES CONGRESS
(Continued from page 1.)
possible without such icllef from C'on-
"Sir C'oopei s method suggests .1
piacthal method of legislation foi
oven omliig this dllllculty.
SANFOH1) II DOLE
Yesterda) llc-legate Viln Intio
dined a hill at the request of the Re
liuui.ciin iciiuai committee oi Hawaii, i-.-- .v,., ..,.., .v. -
to niinortlon the terms of olllre of ihoUoll:l1 llnt 1,!ul '"'''" or 'n'"1 re-'
to apportion int terms or omre or the union Kninl.hl 1, ilrt.iB nf
Z.rUe.'Z T,h TlrrHe "", ".-'.'ol " X" " te '
? T" . , 1 ' .LIT"00 OI -'".U- n-r resumed the criminal
publican Cential committee of Hawaii
iiunun ,iiinik tin luiiuni,. ,
C ll enotted, etc.. Sut.tin 1 Tht cnrtli) the shipping master, wns putj C. J. SIcCARTHY.
sHve.nl Sniaturs ele.ted In Hut first, cm trial for ma.v hem. Asslstnnt Altor 205i.lt Temporary Chairman
wconil. third ami fourth senatorial ne Cenernl Doiithltt for the prosetu- -districts
at the first geneinl election Hon Davis and lilltlm; lor tho de NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
held in the Tenltory of Hawaii, who I
leielved tho lowest number of vote
shall each hold olllie for the term ol
two .veals fiom the date of su. h eler
tluu He. Hon 2 Thai foi the llrst sena
loilal district. .1 I) P.uls nnd N litis
sel. having received the lowest n.im-
he. of ballots, shall ea. hlhold olllce ai
a Senator for such district for the trim
of two ears
. ,at ful .., ....,.. Sllmlnrl
Kalauokiikinl. having lespectlvelv ie
celve.l the lowest number of ballots
cast, shall each hold nlllce of a sena
tor for such dlstrlit for the teim ot
two j eats.
"That for the fourth senatoihil dis
trict. I. II Kahlllnn having received
the lowest number of ballots cast, shall
hold olllte as a senator for such dis
trict for the term of two jeais."
While this bill was liitrodiie.il In the
name of Sir Wilcox the delegate him
self wns not picsent, being still con
fined to his home by Illness A lepre
seutatlvc of the Bulletin uille.l to sec
Sir Wilcox last evening und round htm
fv.rmm.l. w.nlr nit. witii, ., . ,,,,. i.n.i .....
SI. Wlltox Is at the residence nf'
Qui c u LlDiioKalanl wheie he Is belli,;
J ra"''' for 1,J l"'1 household lie was
unable to giant nn Intel view last
evening, but his secict.uv explained
that the bill Intiodiiced rm the purpose'
Of lll.horttcinlnir Mm infimlu.ru it ..i,,'
l.eglsl.ituie was as stated, by irqucst ot
the Republican committee
.1. A. URECKONS.
Washington, Feb. 17. The unex
pelted happened In the House today,
when the bill to repeal tho war love
nue taxes was paitsed unanlmousl)
without a vvoi.l of debate. This action
was tho outcome oT a challenge thiown
down by Rlthai.lsoii of Tennessee, the
nilnorlt) leader, arter the adoption b)
" stilct party vote nf u special order
f'" Hie tonslderntlon of the bill, vvhlc h
I"'"""u''' debate on It until s o'clock
tomonow nlternoon hut cut off nil
'nppoitunlty to offei nmeudmeiits. ex
' "'I'' l,,,cl1 "H I""' '"'en ngieed to by
. ''"' Ww and .Means ConimUleo
HART & CO.,
ME ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water lex,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktlli.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In tho store formerly occupied by
H. W. Foster.
Weather llurrnii, I'unahou, March
4 Tcmpeintiiro .Morning minimum,
fi.'i, Midday maximum, 71 .
Parameter nt 9 n. m. 30 10. l'.illlii?
I)c Point 59F.
lluinldit nt 1 a. in. 71 ier rent
ltnlu will continue a day longer -i n -w
Diamond Head Signal Station, Mar
t. Weather cloudy; wind NK., moderating-
Monday, Mnrrti 3
T K. K. Nippon Marti, (liecne, from
San Frnuilsco, 9 p in.
Monday, Mnich .3.
T. K K. Ameilca Mam. doing, for
the Orient, at 8 p, m
Fiom San San Francisco, per T K
K Nippon Mnru. March 3 For Yoko
hama-MlfR C. C. Phelps, Miss 1)
llrnc. Mm F. llcringer. Mlis E. Her
Inger. Miss A. Uerlnger, J. M. I)oi
ranee, Mrs. J. St. Dorrnnce, I.ouli Kp
plnger and servant, Col. Edward Fen-
ncr, Sirs. Edward Fenticr, 0. llnrasal.l,
K. lshlwata, .1. Herrera, II. C. Hunt,
Mrs. P.. I,. Hunt, II. J. lleliitz, ll C
Helntz. It. KltaJIma, .1. 8. Kliinnu. Sirs.
.1. S Klnnan. Miss J. I.irned. O. W
Stoore, Sirs. G. W. Sloore, W. A. M.ison,
Sirs W A. Mason, P. Slau'cr. ( SI.
I Rogers, Mis. C SI. lingers, I Htorne
hrlnk.MIss II. Stornehrlnk.T. P. Terry,
Sirs. T P. Terry and child. Tor Kola
! Mrs Adams Fisher For Nngniu.d
Dr II. N. Allen. Slis. II. N. Allen. F C
rietcher. Sirs. F. C. I'Krlin. For
Shanghai Sirs. I. Hrntlico, Mo M
LongRticct. Ilex .1 F. Peat Slis .1 F
Peat and lle ehlldien For Hongkong
- I S Atterbui), W I, llmtiin Mis
W I. Ilui ton. Sirs. W.W Hurt hi. Slis
,-, ., ., .,, , ,,.,,.
' l'-'t. Miss II. Chase .. I),ns II., M
C A llaes. Slis. C. A. l.iy. Sir and
MlR " w KK-n. Ml"" M'-'"'' "'K
gins, .Miss C Van llei'iaon. o Welt
!. . Hint?. Mm t.iv llhirr mill fnnr
,..-:,i v.,.,....' . "... , f- ..... .
!, .. i nt ,i , ii.ui- jiniiiiiir(
Fi'iott Snow, nnv.il cnnrtii.i-tor. J. II.
f-tiibbs. Sin. J. II Stubln. I.. It. Tiillle.
II (' Williams. Sir ljiir.ii Vln, two
ihll.lren nnd servant, Kut Yin nuj In
f.u t. C. S. SIoo.lv. Fiom llonot.ilii
1. P Dawson, Mi's K CI ivv-.au O 1'.
Mnlrolni Sirs. O. i1 Slitholin. I'rit'i
Tl us. Urn Olipen'u Im.-r
ORDER MADE TO
(Continued from page 1.)
lug. who Is among other things to paj
to Thomas Fitch all the mones he had
advanced or might thereaitei advance
to Kab.a KapuMnl nlo to pay to I
'Ih.imas Fitch 2" percent of the gross
value of all the propeitv lenl and per-.the
nlomlnr llU ninrnlno- U'llllnm M. I
tense Tiilesineii had to be summoned
beioie the following jury wns secure.!'
(' Klml.all, I) HaMioIc. II. E. (l.ires.
W F Junes. Frod (Joudle. Win .Ma-
'!,. D II. Iteneai. I). Si Ross. E
I'ike si It Huughtnlllng. .1. I.
l'uekwell W. It. Castle .ll The de-
i, ,.,,. u ,.i,., .... i ...... ,i.,r.,.i
lineaments of his South Sen Island
'uiiIrIiir mlslresH o, wlr.- ns the case
.Iiidg.. Humphrevs Is living John I)
Paris vs. J. Alfie.1 Slngoon n.lmlnls-
Diew. II. II Simpson. E H Holt,
Inane Niiai. W. J. Or.lwny, .1. T Me
Glen. ('. A Long. I) Noniiao
Sirs W F. Fiear will deliver the
11 Tt li of her series of lectin ex on Emer
son on TIiiii'siImj afternoon nt i o'.lotk
In the looms of the Y. W. C A. The
Mibjctt will be: "Sinn In Relation to
NEW "TO-DAY !
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUQ.
The postponed niinual nicotine of the
nn'lnn J"'l', Club will bo held at
.,,,.- . tin. .num...) .-veniiiri.
Sliiiih iith. at 7 SU p m. jdnto hereor, or they will bo forever
W II CORNWEi..., Pii-Hlileut I bailed.
(' l CUAI111E, Secietai) 2UM,tit' And nil peisons Indebted to snld es
WAIANAE COMPANY, LIMITED.
The Adjoin ned Annual Meeting ol
the Stockholdeis or the Wulanao
C'cmipaii) Limited, will be held at the
office or J. M Dowsctt, Sleichaiit
btieet. on Slouda). Maim Kith. Hiij ut I
ii oeiotK ll. in J M DOWSE TT
iioiioiiini. i ii. i eiiiuniy I'SHi luu!
CoHy i-ooniH In cot tn jj.cn
of niiiln Iiouho wlih or
without - board, - ure
home co.nfortH. i i i
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
W. Beswlck, Manager.
Edmond Johnston, Stew
ard. Miss Mary Smith, Stew
ardess. Take the ear to Walklkl.
WHITNEY & MARSH
1(M5 FORT STSEET
I WANTED Position by llist-clnss
I Anierlean gioom City references.
I Address F, this office. 208-lvv
l,-l,.i.niil itm.tilu nnrlnra low I""""-'""" muni lu.nuu ui ucuviiy 1U
V-",'1, ?"'?' 'l.'C.l'n'lulrlnK whether any laws of tho
BUSINESS DlRECTORYjfflnSaa CoThepana
STENOGRAPHY and typew.itlnKl.ent.
ly and netiiratel) clone at Hawaiian
Hotel b) Miss Noble 20MJ
, NEW TO-DAY
ST. PATRICK'S DAY CLEBRATION
All Irishman are leqiiested to be
piesent at the meeting to be held nt
Honolulu Athletic- Club rooms. In
,.r ..u.. .......... .,. .......... ...
the Pettui. l.ulldliiK. on Alnkca street. I
i,t . m. -4iillr' ilii.ni tnu ..vi.n.
teh-bratUm of St. Patrick's Day.
Ilnl.,,1 Mnh J Kmo
The undeisigned hnvlng been duly ' ""'I' s1""1'" ordered reexcfinnged
appoint..! the Eieeiitor of the Inst to ."'stole the stocks of the two rail
Will and Testament of Archibald F. 10!"' tompanles to their oilglnnl hold
(illflllan. dicenstd, Into or Honolulu, f'rB
Island ..fOahii. Territory ofllnw all: The two lallroad companies, the
NotI.e is hereby given to all persons poithein Secmlties Compuii), J. Piur-
., i-,wn. ii,p riflihm HL-nlns. Hi Pa.
tale of hald Archibald ' Ollllllan. de-
'teased dulv authenticated, whether".0"":1"11" "'" "u luu 'ii'aniB in
seemed b mmtgage or otheiwlse, to
the undersigned at IiIh office on Sler-1
chant stieet. Honolulu nfoiesnld. with-
In six months irom the date he, cor, oi
n.ey will be foiover barred
And all peisons Indebted to said Es-.
.int.. n. heriibv lemioHted tu ..ink..'1""01 u "' l" u'li.ti couris. u is
linniedlalo pa) ment to tho undersign
ed. Dated Honolulu, Slnuli .1, 19112.
Executor ot tho Last W 111 and Tostn
ment of i. F. (illflllan. Deceased.
208G .Mar. 4, II. 18, 25.
The uudciblgiied having been duly
I appointed the Executor or tho last
Will and Testament of I innk Drown.'
deceased, late or Honolulu, Island of
O.ltl.l Tnrrl. nrv f llnu'nll, ,
Notice- is heieby given to nil persons
. '. ...
I i ,i.-nt.-iil .lift. tutllin UK1..I.HI l.u
I Estate or snld Finnk, Hiown, deceased.
duly nuilioutl.ated, whether seemed
bv mortem.-,, ...- ..thmulsn in il. nn.
derslgned nt theorrituor Cecil Ilrovvn.
I EM, .'
on Sleichmit stieet, Honolulu
snld wt.hln ulv tnnn.liu rr,ti IVi.i
tate aie hereb) requested to innlio lin
iii.'.llate iijyment to tho undeisigned
Dated Honolulu, Slnreh 3d, 1902.
II SI VON HOLT,
Em eutor of tti Last Will and Testn
ment of Flank Hi own, Decensed.
2USii SInr. 4, 11, 18, 25.
Grand Song Recital
Under the direction of
W. D. ADAMS
Mine. Generva Johnson Bishop '
Miss Carrie Castle, - Pianist
Mr. J, II, Amine, - Violinist
Mrs. W. L. Whitney, Accomp'st
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
MONDAY, MARCH 10th,
at 8 p.m.
Reserved 8cnts $1. Giillc-y fSOc
Tickets tor side nt Wnl, Nichols
The advantages of electilcal tians-
mlkslon of nourr ar ....mrn. 1.
3 cm contemplate putting In machlneiy
jou should consult with the Hawallnn
Hlee tile. Co.
Our first shipment of HIQH CLASS
DRESS GOODS for the SPRING OF
1902 Is here.
Theto nro many choice fnbilcs and
new conceits, but we wish to particu
larly mention about one hundred pat
terns of swell noteltles nt $10 to $25
There Is but one of a kind. We will
not attempt to describe them, but tho
styles are superb and exclusive.
You should sec them.
Modistes especially lnlted.
Washington, Feb. 19. President
initctl states were violated and nny
Interests of the public endangered by
the nrllrond mercer rnnrnBcntod In
i question will be tested by tho Depart
I ment of Justice, acting under direct or-
ma()o ,.k.ar , Btntcmc'nt ,MIlcU ,,y
Attornev Oeneinl Knox tonight. Id
In equity to test the validity of tnc
which he snld he wns prcpailng u bill
merger, of which ho was In much
doubt. The Attorney General says-
"Some time ago the President re
quested nn opinion as to the legality
of this merger, nnd I hnvo recently
given him one to the c ITect that In my
Judgment It violates the provisions of
tne SlitMnin.il Act of ISliU, wheio'ipon
. ,,iini,t nniinn uimni.i
ll 'ecl that suitnble action shoud
I, token and the question judicially
,, , ,
... A ' " V ' T:JS.SuJSffc?i
piepaintlon. width will be filed within
a very short time, vvhlcn will nsk thai
the merger effected through the ex
ennnge of shares of the Noithein Se
curities Company for shares of the
two railroad, comimnics bc dissolved
I""" .i.oigni. win james Jviiin anil
,,K1 associate stockholdois In tho two
J- , ,. , .
""' . "f1".'1 '" ' . l" I"olcu
'"K" '" "' ' " '"" pf "a a not ei neen
'--"- -j-.i ') " "
Sllnnesotn This menus that the
' -"" '.-u ...ui uiu iihuc.
legal .led as lather a momentous deci
sion. The gient inlanders of the
country have been representing to the
President and his friends that the
merger, while It mny not bo entirely
legnl, is not-ngalnst public policy nnd
that more tould be gained by letting
It piotecd than to stir tumble In Wnll
btieet. Atloinej Geueinl Knox was
asked ly the President to look Into
the matter of the merger nud to make
to him a full leport. Ho also had
talks with tho Intel stnto Commerce
Commissioners nnd the Investigation
In Chicago followed. When tho Pros'
'',cnt 'lrne from Slassachusetts the
first th'iiir lie talked owr wllh Altnr.
. -- -'" ------
ey General Knox was the Northern
I'nclllc matter, and he wanted to know
J"8' l"tt the lights or the United
I&mus wc.re. .'"' Attmney Uenernl
"V1 "'" ""."1 un "I'm on oi con-
Miieiuiue ii-iiK.ii, mill on leauiug 11
over Roosevelt unhesitatingly told
him to go ahead and In lug suit
ON SECOND TRIAL
United StnteB vs. Honolulu Plnntu
lion Company wus opened to tho jury
tins morning by Assistant District At
torney .1. J. Dunne, flntih & Bllllmnn
nppenr for tho defendant us on the
111 st tilal
Captain U 8. 0 White was tho (list
witness and was vvlthdinwn teinpoliir
lly to admit the evldenco of F. .1.
Chinch, photogiapher, and Is again qn
the stnn.l this nrtcinoon.
The Juiy Is eomposed of Win. Nat
limn Jr Win. 1). Adams, F. J. Wll
helm, Fmnk C. Iletters, Chns, Fur-
lieaiu, Albert llnrnet, W. K Alldlows,
A W Ulchaidsoii. W. 11 Klntald. tl.
V.. Jloigan, 11 12. Jimmy. J. C A
'ell All oial d.clslou wnh i.uidciod In
llie ii.m.ilulii beer ease denying tlin
motion of lespon.lent to vneate the
deciee This Is a foundation foi the
appeal pievlously noted.
The tegular annual meeting of tho
stoclclioleleiH of the lutei-lsland Stenm
Navigation Company, Limited, will bo
held at tho office or the compnny,
(lm'" ""'et, on Tuesdny. .March
11)U2i nt ,n -,(H.K a- m
The stoc lc books of the Company will
!mloF,"o!. 'V t,nni,fPil, ,fr"m "' 15tl1
,0 '"' 1St1' lllslB. Illclllslve.
C. H. CI.APP.
Honolulu. Jlauh 4th. I9U2.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Iteflnery Company of
Datdwln Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder) .New York, U.9.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Cbomlcnl Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR BALE'.
Paraftlno Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol nnd Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walnlua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmea Sugnr Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St, Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
Tho Geo. F. Illako Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Life Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
Win, G. Irwin & Co
Win G. Irwin.. President and Slanager
Claus Spreckels Vtco President
w. M. Olffnrd.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Trcas. nnd Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAE.
II P Ualdwln President
J B. Castle .... First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Prcs.
J. P. Cooko Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sngar Factors and
AOENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co, Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhcl
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kabulul Railroad Co., nnd
The California and Oriental S. S. Co
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 lant. Co , Onomea Sugar Co ,
Honomu Sugar Co., Wallufcu Sugar Co,.
Makce Sugar Co.IIaleal.ala Ranch Co,
Tho Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packet; Cbas. Drawer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C, M. Cooke, Piesldent; Oeorgo
Robertson, Manager; 13, F. DIshop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P C. Jones, II. Wa
terhouso and Geo, It. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG GO,,
Queen Street, - Honolulu
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho Ualolse Insurance Co.
Union Oasa Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Gcnernl Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of thu United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Chns. T. Wilder,
r-r invri'C'n-7jTVt CX
65 Queen St.
On Saturday, March 8th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, K5 Queen street. 1
will sell at Public Auction
One Fine Lnrgo Driving Hoise
Suitable for family surrey or an ex
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Friday, March 7th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, fir. Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction n
largo quantity of New Goods to clear
stock, consisting of
Men's, Ladles' and Misses, Shoes,
Men's and Hoys' Straw and Felt
Hats, Caps, Hosiery.
Cutlery. Neckwear, Clgaiettes,
Cotton nnd Linen Duck,
Chenlllo Tnblo Covers, Ribbons.
Shirts, Undcivvear, White Goods,
Men's and Ilojs' Clothing,
Hoys' Kneo Pants.
I'lunnels, Clocks and Jewelry.
This will be a sale worth attending.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St