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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
PMPT """"" "r""m
Oup stock of builders' hardware Is the most complete In
the city. Y. & T, goods ore universally known to be the
best. We lire sole Agents. The Young building nnd new
Punahou building lire being fitted throughout with these
goods. We hnvc IN STOCK c cry variety manufactured.
Wc carry both the dull brass and the old copper finish.
GOODS ALL OPEN TO IN8PHCTI0N.
E. O. Hall
A. Y. GHAR, President.
The Honolulu Investment Go,, Ltd.
Insure jour Lite, Property, Household Goods or Merchandise
In the best and strongest companies, as represented by
The Honloulu Investment Go,, Ltd,, Merchant St.. Judd Building
Prince Henry's Fellow Voyagers
A Prince of Good Fellows
New York. Teh. 23 Tlio North At-
lantlc served to the lilK Krunprlnz Wil-
helm lle da)s of weather that tested
Prince Hinr)'s sea less Hut the
Trlnco showed his sailorly qualities
nnd never missed a meal. Kach after-
noon and evening found him In thu
smoking room, and. In spite or wind,
waves and spray he spent hours ou
the bridge The vo)age was without
vpeclal incident Prime llenr wa3 a
most democratic passenger and the1
big company of his felluw ojagers
unlit d In dclarlng him an amicable,
charming and unassuming gentleman.
His lojal highness and part) occu
pied a table in n far corner, or sort of
Ming, of the main (lining saloon A
paititlon ran half way niross hiding
a part of the ro)nl table fiom a poitlon
ot the main dining room Hut thu
J'rlnce requested that tuo'gieator pait
ot the partition bo taUeu down nnd
the wide opening thus made was trans
formed Into an an h nnd decouted
Tho change made the l'rlnie-B comer
seem more like a part of the m.iln din
Captain Hlchter hail offered tho
Prince the cnptaln's large table In the
center of the grand saloon, but his loy
al highness did not care to cause tho
regular patrons of the liner who had
been assigned to those seats any In
convenience, and "'"i lined to chauge.
hveiy morning atler breakfast the
Prlnco took his constitutional aioundi newspaper rcprcscntatlw's wireless
tho deck two or three times among telegraphy and Its development nnd
tho passengers In fact ho was (application In the future,
thioughout the vo)ngp thorough!) I At the time the ship was Hearing
democratic An nrtlst for an lllustiat Nantucket, and when communication
id weekly had been sent b) his paper with that station was established, the
to accompany the Pilnce He wad,
passing where the Prince sat In the
smoking room on Tuesday night when
his ro)al highness hailed him. took
his hand .ami Invited him to sit at tho
table with the ro)nl party whcie he
chatted for nearly an hour.
Captain Rlchtcr commander of the
Kronprlnz. had hoped to make a record
trip, but tho weather was against him.
He did not leae the bridge, except nt
short Intervals, during the enthe voy
age. Prlnco Henry spent much of his
lime each day on tho bridge. When
the captain expressed his disappoint
ment because ho could not reach New
York early on Saturday, the Prince,
took occasion to compliment him on
the masterful way In which he had
handled his ship nnd the speed ho had
made under such adverse conditions,
One of the most enjojalile features
of. tho o)age was the cellent music
In addition to tho regular band be
longing to the ship, the music curpn
of tho Second .Mastiosen Division, con
taining thirty eight pieces, was on
hoard This Is one or tho great mill
taiy hands or German), and came on
the Kiouprlnz to Join the Hohcnzol
lern. On Thursday night at dinner tho
band or tho Kaiser's yncht furnished
the music, Intermingling Gorman and
American airs. "Yankee Dooillo" nnd
"Dlxlo" wero played creating gient en
t-usiasm. The ronl party, with tho
Prlnco at tho head of the table, cheer
cd heartily, as did all tho Herman
passengers. At tho feciuest of Prlnco
Henry, "Yankee Doodle" was lendeied
again, and It was no sooner finished
than a request come from tho sam
source for a repetition of "Dixie "
Friday night tho Prince left his own
tablo In the smoking room early and
Joined that occupied by fleorge A. Ar
mour and Allison Vincent Armour of
Chicago, Robert Ilonner ami Archie
Harmon of New York nnd Spencer IM
dy or tho United States Legation nt
Constantinople. Allison Armour had
been Introduced to tho Prlnco ns n
yachting man, and this hi ought tho
whole party together on common
ground. Prlnco Henry Fat conversing
with this party of Amei leans for two
hours. Ho rcmnikcd that he had nl
ways, deslied to hear Borne genulim
Ameilinn plantation songs, and hoped
ho would havo the oppoitiinlty befoia
ho returned to Germany. I
Saturday morning he Invited Mr Ar
muur and party, with whom he hnd
ipent tho evening befoio lo tiil.o n
look through tho ship, and ho explain
cd every part of tho machinery to
them as an expert. Not one of tho
party had said a word about it being
Washington's birthday Alter tho.
tour of Inspection the Prlnco invited
them to his room, vvhero ho opened
champagne. "Now, gcntlcnjeii of Amen
lea," said ho, "let us ill Ink to (leorga
The storm that stayed with the
Kionprlnz all the way across tho At-
& Son, Ltd.
EMMETT MAY, Secretary.
lantlc on Saturday morning changed
the pltchltiK motion of tile Bhlp to a
terrible roll Everything In tho ship
that was loose tumbled about, and It
was difficult and dangerous for tho
passengers to moc At the concert,
arter the captain's dinner on Saturday
night, most of the amusement was af
forded h seeral members of the
i band falling ovir as they were p1a)lng.
I One singer was held on his feet by a
'slew aid. and he had to be braced part
of the time b tho other stewards. The
plnno had to be made more secure
with iops and two men steadied It
The passengers sat holding themt.elves
securely In the stationary chairs.
The Prince put his autograph on ten
of the ..oncirt piograms to be auction
ed off for .he benefit of the sailors
The louti' priced olu brought $35 and
lh highest 91 Sl hundred and
twenty fixe dollars was inlsed from
the sal', bin the auctioneer's energies
were all exhausted In holding fast
rather than In the use of his voice.
The l'rlnce snt through the concert
nnd applauded with enthusiasm
Saturdaj the Prince sent word to
the five American newspaper men on
board that he would sec them In tba
nltcrnoou llnron Seckendorff. the
Princes elder of staff made the pres
cntatlon, and the Prince shook hands
heartily with each of them Among
other things he discussed with the
Prince sent the following telegram
To President Roosevelt. Washing
ton Hope Blnto of henlth Master
Hi)oseelt favorably progressing. Wish
speedy recovery. Permit me to con
gratulatc )ou and Amcricnn nation on
todn)'s commemoration of Washing
ton s birthday. Sorry to disappoint
)ou thiough late arrival caused by
very heavy, peislstent westerly gales,
which made fastei progress Impossible
even for this beautiful vessel. Looking
foiwnid to meeting joii
' Prlnco of Piussla. '
Tho postponed annual meeting of
thu Opokaa Sugar I'nmpaii) was held
this morning In the loom nbove Castle
& Cookos offices The meeting wns
aujourncd riom last week when nl
though at that time the managoi'a re
port was In order for nresentntlon.
Inck of time and otliei i caseins made it
desliable to postpone the meeting
iniB morning the manager's repoit
wns lead and nppioved. It was found
to be very sntlsractoi) The -follow
ing linkers for the ensuing )ear weio
elected president J. H Athcrtnn,
vice president, C M. Cooke, secre
tary. E J Tenno) . treasurei W A,
How en: nnd nudltor, W V Allen
BARK'S ROUGH PASSAGU.
San riauclsco, IVb 2(1 The baik
Annlo Johnson, fiom Hllo, re ached
port )csteiday afternoon nrtor a slor
in) passage On February 21st. In tho
nrteinoon, a sea struck the vessel,
smashing doois unci windows In the
pilot House and Hooding the cabin Tho
cargo was also piobably Bllghtly dam
aged Three passtngms wero brought
by the Annie Johnson At Hllo, when
tho bark sailed wero tno haiks St
Kntherlnc, Santiago and .Maltha Da
vis, and the ship Falls of CI) do Last
Monday oventng the Annlo Johnson
sighted a deep water bark, painted
white, off the Faialhinwi.
Napoleon had his nartlculai mode of
meditation and work When ho wns
'"' " "'"'"-" "-' Ked In his study,
'0'c himself and Bung, or HI e a
child, cut the aims of his chair, then
suddenl) uniting un would glvo the
plan of n monument to bo erected, or
of ono of the great military move
ments which astonished tho world
Tho Roman Catholic Cathedral In
London, now In com so of erection, Is
"CO feet long nnd 15 root wide Apart
fiom tho site, It has nlready rest
1750.000. The matoilal used Is red
lulck, with Poitlaud stone courses,
and Its Oilental decoratlvo features
suggest a moscpie intliei than a cathedral.
am p m a, m
MonJay . ..
' " V
II OT 4 40 6 il
4 4 m.
IJ S 41 T 14
I 10 6 )? 41
O 4 I 6
! I I4
S to 9 to
J if i 6
1 S 9 41
4 01 J
4 ts'to II
Tides from tho United States Coast
nnd Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahtilul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
(nut or tno meridian or 157.30. The
time whistle -.owa nt 1:30 p. m., whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich, On Om.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find them
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
Office located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit rrco or charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of the world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Huicau, Punahou, March
I,. Temperature Morning minimum,
67 i.Mldday mnxlmlum, 73 ,
Haromctcr at 9 a. m. 30,03. Steady.
Dew Point OOF.
Humidity at 9 a. m SO per cent.
Thursday, March 0,
S S Sonoma, Van Oterendorf, rrom
btmr. Il)ndcs. rrom San Francisco,
nnehoied off port.
Am bkt. W. II. Dlmond, from San
Thursday. .March C.
Stmr. Mnnna l.oa, Slmerson, for La
halna Maalnea, Renin and Kail ports,
at 9 a m.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
way ports, nt 9 n. m.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, Tor Maul
ports, at 9 a in.
Stmr John Cummins, Scnrle, for
koolau ports, 10 a. m
Sehr Lad), for Koolau ports, 9 n. m.
Stmr Miknhaln, Gregory, for Nawf
llnlll, Koloa and llnunmaulu, at .' pm.
Stmr Walalenle. Plltz. for F.loelo
and Hanapepe at S p m.
Stmr Iwnlanl Greene, for Makawell,
Wnlmcn ami Kekabn, mnll and pas
senger for Koloa and Eleele. nt 5
S S Sonoma. Van Oterendorf, for
the Colonies, nt 0 p. m.
Stmr Ilelene, Nicholson, for
wnli ports, nt 3 p in.
For Kauai pons, per stmr. Mlkaha
In, Mnieh (i. T Brown, LI Cheung,
Mis Rosle A. K. Knpu, Mrs. M.
Darn. II. W. Hulling. 1). II. Case. A
For Knual ports, per stmr Iwnlanl
Jlaich W W Rlcker.
Foi Maul ports, per stmi. Claudlne.
March fi II P. Hnldwln and wife.
F (1 Douse. J (1. Anderson. W. A
il'Kny. W. G. Tn)Ior, II Howell, I,
h Agnew, D J. McKay. A. J It
Inckson, Itlvern Herreiu, L. J. Ecu
borg J. A Potter.
For Maul, Konn and Knit ports, per
utmr Manna Loa, March tS James
McAmlrews, Enoka Kaaua, L .Tobln
ee. Father Jiillen, It E Ma.vnurcl, M
F Scott. Elizabeth Plnno, A. N. Hn)
t-ehlen. T O Permit, J. D. Paris
Geo Claik. John Grclg, Miss Kate
C'oinwell, John MeGulre
G S McKenzle. Rev. O
A P Morcnkn, John
Foi Hllo nnd way ports, pur stmr
Klnnu, March 0. A W van Ans
veldt A D. IIn)selilen, Alfred Alex
nndei W. Hooth. W. A Rurh, Adnchl,
J U Smith. E. D. Hnldwln. Major
W. A Purdy, U. M Midelman. Hen
ry I.) man, J. Fostei, 111 Kooscr. Miss
E Stewnit. Mrs. D. Hoon. Miss M
E Lewis, Phil D. Daukcy.
Fiom San Francisco, per O. S S.
Sonoma, March (1. Mis. F. II. Hum
phrls. Mis. Eugene Field, Mis E F
Underbill, Mrs C. F Gumpher, Miss
11 Haclgalupo. Mr anil Mrs E. II
Sturges. Miss N. Suuges. E. P. Wll
llnnis, AhJxnndci Young Mr. and Mis
G G Plnklinui, Mr and Mrs S L.
Wood, .Miss Wood, Mis II. F How
nid, Miss Hownid, C L. Rlehaidson,
Mrs C C Nutting nnd Inraiit. Miss
E Nutting Miss M Danlelson. G F
Coaid, A do Souza Cnuavario, Mrs.
J II. M)ntt. T A Pdtiis, W. 8.
Ilenulng, Cnpt J A Link. L. O.
Pncknnl J Kelker, Mr and Mrs. II.
II. McCllntoek. J F. Giirney, A.
Me) or. J. II McLnrferty. A Alexnn
di i. Miss M Alcxiiudei, Mr nnd
Mis 0 H Taylor. I) C Heger, W.
I. Coleman. Col H M. Holes, Mre.
Holes. Miss E Holes, Mr and Mrs.
II Koehlcr, O C. Koehler, Mis. A.
Pilostei anil son, Miss do l.artlgue.
Mis M Couran, W J. Seheier. A.
D Hull. II C Fonester, J niimes
M Dunham, F. I) Oreany, Mrs R.
G HlggliiB. .Mrs F M Dlas F. A.
Nagle, J J Hniley J. Roscuberg,
Mr and Mrs J J Hrnwn. Mrs Hunt
Ington Miss M Mulligan, Miss An
deison, Mr nnd Mrs. J. I). Castle,
Miss W. H. White. Mrs. F. W White
Dr. E. W. Young, .Mr. nnd Mrs. A J
Claik, und C I) Haven Second cab
In Win Sni) th. Jns Young. John
Clark, Mrs Oliver and two clilldien.
MihK Feiio L II. Nevlu II Allien.
C Kiuger. A W von Answahlt Wer
nei Wullochleger, J Itobson C II
Maiot. Miss lleaploy Mrs Honlday
I W Wnlsh Mis F Ollveia Mist
1' Vlnland and A Hiiinor Steeiugo
fleoigo Flood. F I) Wnllace II,
I. Shepherd W McGee, 8 lo)odn,
II Nnkamuin K Hada. Y Tanlgu
(hi, Jno Ciobrell, A Ferio M Ca
hrnl, A Mariiues, J Ollvcrn, L Na
gnml, Y. Tnedo. M. S Hamman, P.
C. Itolllnger and C W Hudson.
Through cabin pussengeis to tho Col
onles Mis F Seegei, II E Olsen,
D Pursel, L. P, Chapman, Rev It.
Wadell, W 8. Durkee, MIbs M F
Wilkinson, II Dudgeon, P A Cham
bers, Dr. II. W. Dovlln, Mis L. F.
Weaver nnd son, Mis. M ri)nn. M'ss
K. Flnn, Miss L. Fl)nn, M. Flynn,
WHITNEY & MARSH
1045 FORT STSEEF.
A F. Street, 8k 11 Howell C Has
Iain and Mr. nnd Mrs. C C. McDanlcl
Second class G. C. Chariot, i . Pow
eis, J. Peterson. E. P Hardwlck, O
Lundstrom, M. J. Gnllaghan, E Die
clank. I" A Mc.Mlllen. Mrs. Telvey
and five children, Mr and Mrs. Mor
gan and Dr Chas, Martcll.
Attornc) General Dole presented tho
following opinion ut tho executive
council this morning,
Terrltor) of Hawaii, Office of the At
torney General, Honolulu, II. I
Match 5, 1902.
Honorable Wm. II. Wright, Treasurer
of the Territory of Hawaii, Hono
lulu. Dear Sir In response to )oitr let
ter of Maiih 3d, requesting my opin
ion ns to whether stock proxies re
quite a stamp duty of one dollar, I
have to sa) that:
Seetluu 91S of the Civil I.ivvi -jf 1S97
piovldcs that 'Fiom nnj alter the
coming Into operation ot this Vet theie
shall be due and pa) able t3 the Gov
ernment In respect of the several decus
documents, and Instrument mention
ed and spec Hied lu the schedule here
under written, the several sums of
money for stamp duty set forth In Hie
Section 927 of the Civil Laws cf IS97
provides that. "No Instrument i quir
ing to be stamped shall be leeoule.l by
the Registrar of Convc)aiicc3, or be
of nil) vulldlt) lu any court of this
Republic, unless tho same shall he
properl) stamped. Pi ov tiled that In-j
striimiMits Imptopeily stamped may bo
tecelved lu evidence in couits ot
record If the unpaid duty and pen ilty
ho paid to the cleik ot the wilt, .tin)
on such pi)mcnt being made the elcilc
of the court shall forward the listiu-i
ment to the Registrar ot.Publlc Ac
counts to ho piopcrly stamped "
In the sehedulo of stamp duties re-,
ferred to Is the following "Power of
Attorney, Ono Dollar."
A power of nttorne) Is well defined
as follow 8 "A power or letter of at
torney Is the Instrument b) which the
uuthoiity of ono pel son to net In tho
place or stead of another, as nttorney
In fait. Is set forth " This definition
Is approved by the Supremo Com t of
the United States, and by numerous
I think that a stock proxy clearly
comes within this definition. It Is i
writing by which the authority of tho
Muckhuldcr, for the purpose of voting.
Is transferied to the proxy as nn nt
torney In fait .
Very lespectfully jours,
E. P. DOLE,
Considerations of estimates for de
partmental allowances of next quarto''
uiiH-the main business of tho exeiutlvo
council this morning.
1 IS BUCKEYE
Music lovers of the city should keep
bleaillly In mind the concert to be giv
en In the Opera Hbuso next Monday
night h) Madame Genevra Johnstbno
Hlshop It will bo the best thing of tho
kind that has ever been heard In Ho
nolulu Ohio people lu the city should he
sura to attend fur Madame Bishop Is a
Buckeye to the core, having been boin
In tho Stato that has produced moie
Presidents than any other In America,
She loves Ohio nnd vvheievcr sho Is
meets Ohio people sho feels entirely nt
home. Naturally she likes Hawaii foi
there mo a gient many lepiiseiitatlves
of tho Buikeyo 'Stale heic who have
picked paw-paws from tho hanks ot
tho Scioto or gathered maple lenves In
the fall In tho good old Hooking valley
Tho scats nro going lemurkably well
and tho prospects are that the lady will
havo a ciowdcd house to gieet her
Monday night It should be kept In
mind that tho seats In tho lowci pait
of the house are a dollar and thoso up
stnlis 7.1 and CO cents. The box plan
may be seen at tho Wall, Nichols Co
Scimlar J. D. Pails returned to
ICona lu tho Manna Loa today.
The Formosan gold mines me sltunN
ed In tho neighborhood of Kelung. Tho
output of gold In 1S98 w.as about 125
pounds ;ln 1899, 343 pounds, and ror
tho first six months of 1900, 3C5 pounds.
Our flist shipment of HIGH CLA8S
DRESS GOODS for trie SPRING OF
1902 Is here.
There arc many choice fabrics nnd
new conceits, but wo wish to particu
larly mention about one hundred pat
terns of swell noteltlcs at $10 to $25
There Is hut ono of a kind. Wo will
not attempt to describe them, but tho
st)les are superb and exclusive.
You should see them.
Modistes especially Invited.
BOY WANTED Apply Oeorgo Haft
ner. Masonic Temple. 29SS-I'
WANTED Position as driver. Ad
dress D this office. 2088-lw
WANTED Hoard and rooms for gen
tleman and two children, girls, 7
and 9, near town; glvo full partial
lars and pi lie. L. It. I' Hullctin
TO LET Five room cottage Mpkl
kl St. nenr Wilder Ave. Enquire
next door of J Ouderklrk 2088 lw
NEW - TO-DAY
DECKER, FERNANDES & CO.
Real Estate Agents.
W'v nlso ninke a specialty of enlarging
Office, cor South and King Street.
P. O Box 321, 'Phone 232 Main.
SALE OF LEASE OF GOVERN
MENT LOT SITUATE AT KA.
LUA, NORTH KONA, HAWAII.
On Saturday, April Sth, 1902, at
12 ci'iloik noon, at the front entrant
of the Capitol (Executivo Hulldlngi
wi.l be sold at public auction tho leaso
of the premises known ns Kamakalu
nil, near tho sen beach, situate at Kai
lua. Noith Kona, Ilawull, und contain
Ing an uiea or 7-10 of an nire, n llttl
more oi less.
Tho Government lescrvlng th
privilege or taking upon CO days notl -for
tho pm pose of public Impiovemeuit
tho strip or shoro Hue extending at
u right angle Horn tho end or thu Gov
eminent wharf at Kulltia, along th
wntcifiont of said lot.
Term Lease for Five Yenis, pr
mission given Juno !th, 1902.
Upset Rentnl $250 per annum, pay
able semiannually In advance.
JAMES II. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works
Office of Supeitntendent of Public
Works, .March Sth, 1902, 2088
Tel. Main 311.
P. O. Box 57.
BIG SHIRT WAIST
For One Week Only. All Waists
Marked Below Cost. Call and Exam
A. A. MONTANO
Leadlnn Dressmaking House and Mil
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
H. F. DAVISON : : : Mananer.
Cosy rooms In cottages
or miiln bouse with op
without - board, - all
home comforts, I i t
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
W. Boswlck, Manager.
Edmond Johnston, Stew,
Mlis Mary Smith, Stew
ardess. Take the car to Walklkl.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotlvo Works of Phila
delphia, Pa , U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), Now York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex Cross & Sons' high grado Ferti
lizers for Cane nnd Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR 8ALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s V.& II. Paints and
Papers; Lucol nnd Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled,
tndurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Ume and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Watniea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louts, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
Tho Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Lire Insurance Co,
The Aetna Firo Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London
Wm. G. Irwin & Go
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels '.Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr.. . . .Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co , Haiku Sugar Co , Pala Plan
tation Co, ttahlku Sugar Co, Klbel
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 Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co , Wnlluku Sugar Co..
Mal.ee Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packet, Chas Brewer & Co.'s Lino of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer .and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen Auditor! P. C. JoneB. H. "Wo
terhonse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO,,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insuranco Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
N General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, 'Honolulu.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Chas. T. Wilder,
65 Queen St.
On Friday, March 7th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom. C5 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction a
largo quantity of New Goods to clear
stock, consisting ot
Men's, Ladies' and Misses, Shoes,
Men's and Boys' Straw and Felt
Hats, Caps, Hosiery,
Cutlery, Neckwear, Cigarettes,
Cotton and Linen Duck,
Chenille Tnhlo Covers, Ribbons,
Shirts, Underwear, White Goods,
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
Boys' Knee Pants,
Flannels, Clocks nnd Jewelry.
This will bo n snlo worth attending.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Horses and Mules'
On Saturday, March 8th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my snlesrnomf C5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction
1 Pair Largo Dray or Express
1 Pair Largo Mules,
All broken to double harness.
Jas. F, Morgan,
On Saturday, March 8th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen Btrcct, I
will sell nt Public Auction
Ono Finn Largo Driving Horse
Sultnblo for family Burrey or an ox
press. Also ono very flno family driving
horse completo with harness nnd rubber-tired
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Queen St