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SUNDAY BULLETIN,' HONOLULU, H. T SUNDAY, MAY 18, . 1902
E. O. HALL
NEW BUILD1NQ, COR.
(Continued from rmge 1 )
hate on balls, but was caught at sec
ond In an attempt tu steal llemen
wa secured base on halls, but sot
caught at second (n a veiy close de
cision Kohl for the Knntchamelias hit sale
Intu left for one base and wns uiught
later on while a little too' far off the
bap on the wa) to second. Jones went
out on an assist fiom short to first.
Yannatta hit tu i.ouelis at second but
on the assist to first, Super let the ball
go through his hands and the runner
went on tu seiond. Ktrauulello hit
safe betwicn short and thud for one
bag and Vnnnatta was advanced to
third. KeKuown went out on an as
sist fiom second to (list. No scure.
Seventh Punahous Tie Score.
In the seventh. Babbitt went first to
bat for tin' I'umthous nniJ got base on
balls. I.oui'hs followed suit. Kuitliol
continuing his hail pitching Elvers
hfl safe Into left Three men un
bases. Soper went out on an assist
from short to first mid Dnbbltt otiino
home. Score tied 3. Mnrcnlliuo niado
first on balls. A Marcullino Hew out
to third. Cooke hit Into right for what
seemed tu be n safe one, but Kahaule
liu secured the bull nnd sent It to first
for the runner, thus retlrinp the side
with only one run. Score 3 tu .1.
Ilarbottlo foi the Knniehamchas hit
fnio center for ono base. J. Mnicnlll
no. muffing the ball Coclcett got base
on bulls Anderson went out on assist!
fiom second tu first (sacrifice). Kua-1
mil stiuck out. Kohl hit to Soper nt:
first for out The I'unnhous crawled
out of a very snnll nule In this inning
for at one time there were two men
on bases with only one out.
eighth Score Still 3 to 3.
In the eighth I'eirv got base on
balls .'or the I'uuahous. Hemenwny
did the same. Kaanol wilder than ev
er. Hubbitt struck out. Lottcks Hew
out to center. Mvers flew out to cen
ter and tho sldo was retired.
For the Kamehamehas, Jones went
out on an assist Hum pitcher fo first.
Vnnnatta flow out to short and Kahau
lello flew out to left.
Ninth Inning Same Story.
Soper wenl to the bat first for the
Punahous In the ninth Inning nnu
made a base hit. A wild pitch by Kaa
nol advanced him to second. J. Mar
calllno struck out. Soper was caught
at second. A. Marcnllino hit safe Into
right fur one bag nnd Cooke struck
Kektiewa for the Kamchamchas
wentout on an assist from shoit to
first. Harhottle struck out nnu Coclc
ett struck out. This made necessary
the first ten Inning game of tho sea
ton. Tenth Punahous Win.
Judge Terry for the Punahous onco
more made base on balls and people
began to wonder If Kaanol hod any
Supremo Court transactions Hemen
way got base on halls, llabbltt hit
safe Into left for a bag Tiireo men
SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1002
OHiel Riillihes Celery
iChtckcu Cltltt Soup Ouinomm iTiiiUnter
Wesh Fried Salmon, Tarur Sauce
Chicken HIcasse a M Keltic
Broilctl Laniti Ch j.i, ft rem Peas
VtucAe Hitlers i'urt Wine Samt
Roat Come, Smiled, A(1e Saure
birMn I'tft, Drown I'u.uoefc
Cauliflower, New GieenConi
I lathed and Pulled PuUKxii
bhrlmp ami ) ettuce, Maoimaiit
Apricot Cream Sherbet,
Custard PudtliiiK a U l;rai aUr
American ami SH Clirne Null and Kaisina
Assorted Cakes Colter, Tea and Milk
lrrcsh 1'rults in beason
He weighs 353 lbs. and ride a
Cleveland. We have tlicm for riders
of any weight.
ou will" find the Cleveland n first
daes wheel In every respect and sells
tor little money.
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PORT AND KINO ST.
on bases ami no one out. Loucks hit
Into right Hnbhltt was caught at sec
ond and Perry and Hemenwny came
home for two tuns. Mcrs lilt Into
left for a bag. Soper Hew out to
short J Mnrcalllno struck out. Score
4 to 3 In fnvor of Punnhou.
Anderson went out on an nsslst
'from second to first. Knanol flew out
to left and Kokl went out on nn as
sist from short to first.
Scoie by Innings.
113 4 5 6 7 8 9
Punnhou J o ii (j n f! bun
Kniim . . it u I 2 0 0 o 0
There wns an Interval of about ten
minutes fot practice and then camo
th" great thirteen Inulng game. The
Uiimf. lined up ns follows'
Artlllei.v Smith. 2TT; Dennett, ef;
0'l.onr, lb: Ilrowii. p: Morgan, 3b;
Pllney. rf, Tobln ir; Hehr, c; and
Custom House Moore, 2b, nor
mal! e: Andeis'in. if: Klwn. p. Scan
Inn, lb. Tucker. 3b: Gay! If: Wilder,
ss, and Howers, c.
Soldlerc Show Up Well,
In the second game, the Custom
lleiisr team wns pitted against the
Xitlllervmen. The latter team went
(list tu the bat with Smith leading off
In a base hit out past second. Den
nett hit high up Into light nnd made
first hut Smith wns caught nt second.
O'l.cnrv hit tu third, whu'tlnew to
second. cat hlfig Dennett O'Leary
safe on Hist on nn attempt at a iloulilo
play Diuwn hit clean Into center for
tluee bags and O'l.can came buine.
Motgnn Hew out to catcher.
Por tho Custom House tenm. Mooro
went Hrst to the bat ami struck out,
much to the aminement of the crowd,
for Al. Is considered tho best batter In
the tenm. normnn fiev out to right
and Anderson struck out.
Second Inning Score Tied.
In the second Inning. Pllney stnrted
on wan n cienn two nagger Into ccn
tei Tobjn hit to pitcher, who stood
and looked at third until It was tuo
late. He then tnievv the ball tu that
base but the i miner wns safe.
Tobln vvus nlready sale on first.
IJelir hit to second for a sacrifice, go
ing nut at Hist, but bringing Pllne) In.
Dellsle struck out and Smith followed
suit, letlilug the side
Klwa for the Knniehamehns rench
d first on un erior by third nnd wns
advanced to second on a passed ball
Si anion flew out on a short fly to
short. Tucker hit To short, who threw
wild to first. Klwa came homo nnd
Tucker was advanced to third, flay
hit to third, whu thiew to first, fray
knocked the first Tinsomnn over nnd
the ball went on. Tucker enme home
and (lay got to third. Howers struck
out nnd Wilder flew out to third.
A Custom House Third.
In the third, Dennett went out-on
an assist from second to fit st. O'I.eary
hit f fe intu tenter fur one bnse and
Tiruwn stiuck out. .Morgan flew out to
Mooie for the Custom House got his
Hifct on an error by thlid. The base
man took a short nap on (Tic ball.
Moore stole two bases In succession.
Gorman hit right up Into the air. Dehr
fell over himself trjlng to get Moore
at tho plate but missed It. He then
throw to second for another error nnd
Gorman got third, Anderson hit to
short for a fumble and Gorman cime
In. Anderson was caught at second.
Klwa and Scanlou both Btruck out.
Score 4 to 2 In favor oT the Custom
Fourth No Runs.
Pllney Struck out for the Artillery
men and tobln did tho same thing.
Dehr flew out to center, Thfs half of
the fourth Inning lasted about two
Tucker for tho Custom House struck
nut and Gay made a single past sec
ond. Dowers went out on an asslBt
from second to first. Gay could havo
made third as It was a plain sacrifice,
but he stucTt to second without any
seeming reason. Wilder when ho
struck at the ball the third time was
struck In tho shoulder and was called
out b the umpire
Bennett Makes Home Run.
In the fifth, Dellslo struck' out for
tho Artillerymen and Klwa did tho
same thing to Smith. Dennett hit far
out Into the fatal palm trees back of
right and had a homo rnn chalked up
to his' credit. O'I.eary ma1o first on
an error by third. Drown struck out.
Mooro struck out again for the Cus
tom House team Gorman fell for tho
ball Lut was doomed to tho same fate.
AniTerson hit safe Into left for a slngie.
Anderson stole second nnd then went
73 Rilrd on a wild pitch by pitcher to
second. Klwa strut out.
8lxth Inning No Runs.
Morgan for tho Artillerymen mndo
a single over second In the sixth. Pll
ney Hew out to left, Ony making a
splendid running catch. Tobln made
first on a fumble by third, Dehr flew
out on a short fly to catcher. Dellslo
hit to short, who threw to second,
catching Tobln and retiring the sldo.
Scnnlon struck out for the Custom
llouie. Tucker made n single be
twecn short and third, Btole second
nnd gut third on n passed ball. Gay
mnue his base on balls. Dowers Hew
out tu second. Wilder struck out, Tho
long looked for run did not arrive and
things looked a little brighter for tho
Seventh Two More Circlets.
Smith of the Artillery team flew out
to Mooio In the seventh. Dennett
struck out nnd O'I.eary went out on
nn nsslst finm short to first.
Muorc niado a single Into center and
stole second nnd third. Gorman strucR
out. Anderson flew out on a short fly
to third. Klwn went out on an nsslst
from short to first.
Eighth Score Tied.
Drown for the Artillery team lilt In
to center fot two bags and when no ar
rived nt second, kept right on run
ning without rhyme. As luck would
have It. Tucker fumbled the ball and
Drown was safe. Morgan went out on
nn assist from short to first. Pllney
hit Into left for a hlg'i fly. which Gay
inufreil. This brought Drown In and
tied the score. Pllney toppled Moore
over at second fur n stolen base, tho
ball went by and the runner went on
toTnlrd. Tucker fnllcd to get tho ball
In time to catch the runner. Tobln I
struck out and Dehr flew out to light.
Scnnlon 'went to uic bat for tho'
Custom House tenm nnd struck out.
Tucker made a single Into center nnd
stole second. Gay made a single Into'
center. Dowcis hit to second, who
threw home, entitling Tucker nt tho
plate. Wilder went out nn an nsslst'
frnni pitcher tn flrsf nnd the Custom'
House team was ngnln shut out.
Ninth Guessing Match.
Dellsle went out on nn nsslst from
second to first Same story for Smith. '
ftpminlf fl, l rmf .in n ol,.. .n.. .... ... '
Al Mooie wijnt once nunc to the bat
foi the Custom House tenm and made
first on mi en or by shoit. Corni.m
stiuck nut. Ainlcison hit tu the pitch
ei. Muore tried tn hteal home and
wns caiigiu at trie plate on a very
close decision. Klwn flew out to en-
- t . .. . .
ter nnd assur.d another ten Inning
Tenth Same Old Thing.
In thu tenth Inning. O'I.eary made fL'lN'"d Krpat Intellectual treat in
a single, Diuwn flew out to the catcher' ",l"lchrJle,i;,I,laJ,ed hy, Vre1dc.r'ck ,Wnrile
n,,.t-rvi ,.., ...... ii i . i . t 'tli his able support Is but feeble nt-
anrOLeniy was called out. he having u.ram.e wlltrc rlch a,l(, p,etnore
attempted to make second the ball meed of praise Is demanded,
getting to first before he could get1 When Mr. Warde stood forth and de
back. Morgan got first on an error ''"'aimed the power of Intellect as the
by lelt Pllne hit to second and .Mor-! curtnl" f''" the ,nbt act when he
nun wns iniirflit tir..in ,Ire ""l0 sacred circle of Rome"
c.,,.,1,,., ....i .... , .i ,. .
Scanlon struck out for the Custom
House team Tucker got first on n
wlbl throw by thlril to first. Tucker '
was i aught stealing second. Ony!
made first on nn error by pllclier Gny
got too far off set nnd and wns caught.
The side was retired without a run.1
eleven Innings weie made netessai
Eleventh Played In Rain. I
In the eleventh, Tobl;i stiuck out '
llelu flew out to Ahuerson In right, I
who made n, stur catch, fnlllng over!
but still holding the ball up In the!
Dellsle mnde a single past short
and stole seciind. bmltli flew out to
,.,' , , . , .,
HuweiH went to the bat for the Cus-
, , ' ""
torn House and Hew out io first. Wll-I
der went out on nn assisl from second ,
to first. Muore made first on nn eiroi
by short, (loininn went out on nn as
sist from short to first nnd n twelfth
Inning wns made necessary.
A One-Handed Catch.
In the twelfth Inning, Dennett went
out on nn assist from second to first.
O'Leary made a two bagger 'out into
left. Draw n lilt safe Into center for a
single nnd O'Leary got third. Morgan
got babe on balls. Pllne flew out to
.Moore nt second, who threw to first,
latching Morgan and making a double
Anderson flow out to short. Klwn
flew out to center for a one-handed
catch which drew forth the plaudits ot
the crowd In groat shape. Scanlon
made a single Into left. Tucker hit
safe Into center. Gay struck out.
Still no runs. -
Thirteenth Innlna SmuaglersWin.
Tobln went first to the bat for the
Artillery team, and struck crflt. Dehr
flew out to Mooro at 'second. Dehr
Dowers for the Custom Houso flew
out to right and Wilder got first on an
error by pitcher. Moore made n base
hit which brought Wilder In and vvon
the .game for the Custom House.
Score, 5 to 4.
Score by Innings:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
A. ...110100010 0 0 0 04
C.H. .0 22000000 0 0 0 1-D
A., Artillery; C.H., Custom House.
A.D. R. II. O A.
J. Marcnllino, cf.
A. Mrcnlllno, If.
Hemcnwny, c, . ..
.S 8 :i0 IS 3
Knnis. A.D. II. H. O. A. n.
Cocked, If. 4 1 1 2 0 0
Anderson, 3b 4
"10 2 1
0 2 4 0 0
0 17 0 0
0 0 8 0 3
0 0 C 4 0
10 14 1
Koanlol. p S
Kokl, cf 5
Jones, lb 4
Vannatta. 2b 4
Knhaulello, rf 4
Kekuewa, c 4
Harhottle, ss 3
7 30 12
Sacrifice hits Anderson, Soper.
Stolen bases Anderson, Knhaulello,
Myers, J, Marcnllino, Cooke, Perry.
Struck out Dy Kaanol, 6; by llab
liases on balls Dy Kaanol, 12; by
Wild pitch Kaanol.
Artillery A.D. It II. O. A. E.
Smith. 2b C 0 1 3 0
Dennett, cf 0 1 1 2 0 0
Morgan, 3b 5
Tobln, If .
Dehr, e . .
Do I.lsle, ss G 0
4 11 3G 13 13
U. S. Custom A.n.n.H. O.A. E.
Moore. 2b 7 1 2 7 S 0!
Gorman, c C 1 0 16 1 0
Anderson, rf 6 0 12 0 0.
Klwn. p 6 1 0 0 0 1,
Scnnlon, lb C 0 1 10 n Oj
Tucker, 3b 6 1 3 0-1 3
Ony. If 5 0 2 2 0 2'
Dowers, cf 6 0 0 1 0 0 1
i Wilder, sr, ..
...0 10 13 0
... 5 9 39 13 C'j
Homo Itun Dennett.
Threo-Dase Mb Ilrown.
Two-DiTSe Hits O'Leary, Drown,
I Sacrifice Hits Tobln, Dohi. Dow
er.' I Stolen Dases Moore 8, Anderson,
'Tucker 2, Gay E. Dowers, Wilder.
Drown, Pllney 2, Tobln 1.
Struck Out Dy Drown 15. by Klwn
Dases on Halls Drown 1 Klwa 1.
1'ast Halls Dehr 2
Double Pln.vs Gorman to Scanlon.
Moore to Si anion
The pej, mightier than the swutV I
light enoush. but It Is mighty hard i
sometimes to make the pen do Justice'
ill Itfa mlf.l.tlnn.,.. ..nninn.. .. 1 I. t
.nhAn.ll.l I ... ...
" .i'l ," ' """",K "' c"-- U'l'mng
"" ,,,- rvr lilt jmiuiUftKO impiP-
m(.nl ,,,, ,n 0,craton , Kput ,,n
that the good people of Honolulu who
filled the Opera House last night re
around virtue Inuirnnte In Julie ilo
Morllnler, verhonateii hy Ml An.
tolnette Ashton-and when In tho finale
the love of France revivified the palsied
frame of the Cardinal, ns the parch-
1 inent that condemned Count de Darn
Idas for n douhle-ded traitor wns
thrust Into his hand theie was dramn
such as Honolulu never saw excelled
for purity and dynamic stress
Harry Johnstone us the Chevalier de
Mnuprat was equal tu the most exact
ing situations of his part. He has
grafted hlmtclf securely on the tree of
popul.li favor In Honolulu Chailcs
I) Herman gave n telling reptesenta-
tlon uf Count de Raradas. the villain
of ,llc l,,ll'- I'rancols, to whom the
ilssslc passage Is addressed wlili-i sa
that In tho bright lexicon of outh
., , , , . ,, " ,
th-re Is nn suih word ns fall, w.ib takin
liy Hamilton Coleman with credit Miss
Antoinette Ashton was magnificent In
acting In the role of Julie do Mortimer.
Hnriy M. O'Connor gave an artistic In
form etatlon of the effeminate Louts
XIII. The Monk Joseph had all Its
nnuwment finely colnndered out of It
hy Francis I). McGinn. There was ex
cellent support by nil tho remainder
nf the cast, and the costuming was sti
pe i b.
Dourbnn Whiskey, 6 years old, I3.R0:
Claret, SO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon nt Hoflsclilncger Co.'s.
The Palace Grill
DICK DALY, Proprietor.
HONOLULU, MAY 18, 1802
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
rnrre c.l Grrcn Tea. Curuomuic Clicci Crouton
BaV.nl Mullet, llauallin Rt)lc
Anchovy on Toast
lleei Tongue, Car Sauce t
lHvllf.irr.il, In Shell
Green J'tait Muslictl lYiUtnc
Prime Betf.au J u- suhImI oiiiij; Pinkf)
VmhUU In Cic.uu
KiikIjiIiPIumi 1'iMtliuK lUfdaiul Br imly Suiu
Asm i tit U CaWfc hwinn Ohim;
KiKins Cream Hut Nuts
CoiTtc Cak Nulr Tt-n l.tilltj
Dinner from 5 to 875 ccntH,
NOVELTIES IN SILKS
SOMETHING REALLY BEAUTIFUL
See th display ot new silks this week, every design choice and
a clnizlin? variety of patterns. Handsome showing of some of tho
patterns tn our window The window Is only n reflection of the beau
ty that la Bhona within. Don't go by our store without first seeing
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Hxtrt li-ivv quality of equlslte colorings nnd every piece n gem:
the very UtMt Tins week 60c yard.
SOLID COLOR JAPANESE SILKS
Ileal bona fide Jap heavy quality, full lino of co'ols.
40c and 50c per Yard
SILK AND SATIN LIDERTY FOULARDS
Bresi lengths and designs; positively captivating, colors exqui
site and I nw new NEW.
HANDSOME WASH MATERIALS
Evoij lamming steamer adds to our splendid stock otWash Ma
terials and we believe ever lady who hftS seen our goods will pro
nounce the stock to be the finest ever shwn In this city. New goods
Just arrive J and are now on exhibition. AH the latest novelties.
White ground with blacu polka
dots nnd white ground with fan
cy figures 31 Inches wide.
6 Yards for $1.00
Very fine quality exquisite pat
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Colored gr-iuud with fancy fig
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AND LINEN TISSUE
The vry latest with tilmnilng
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The Best, Cleanest of
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At ths Re-Pitted, Re
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Burly BreaktoHt Served.
Ice Cream and Soda Water.
Native DUIies a Specialty.
COR. MOTEL AND UNION ST8.
Mis. L. S, MESICK, Prop,
On Krldiy nUItt a Chinaman by the
name of Ah Leo tool: It Into his head to
sleep In the houso of a Japanese who I
lives next to ch Mnhil.1 fire station on
a lot belonttiH to Mr. Gtlmau.
When the Jipuute found tho Chinese
ho remonstrated The Chinaman drovv
a Knlfo ,in, th Japanese answered
with a couple of revolver bhots which
failed to tike efteu The Chinaman
ran nvvny but .! at rested Inter on.
He Is now oit on a bond
An enceptlon.illj tine pah of RLK
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Special lino of embroidery edg
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Regular 33c and 40c Value.
Dainty goods an J a large varie
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Il Yards for $1.00
EXTRA FINE DIMITIES
Extra quality In figured stripes,
solid stripes, polka dots.
6 Yards for $1.00
Latest patterns, very sheer.
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Full line ot solid colors.
Direct Importation 'from Eng
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we are selling 10nrd pieces at
their purlt and ecellcnce of qual-
the following Jobber:.
THE GREAT DRAMATIC
Concluding I'ei foruiauces of
Honolulu Season ot the Emin
ent Actor Mr.
Frederick Warde I
and his distinguished organlza .j
tlon, who will present the foi Jl-
lowing repertolro: Ij!
Tuesday MAY 20 NMght
Wednesday MAY 21 Night.
Thursday MAY 22 Night
Saturday MAY 24 Matinee
Saturday MAY 24 Night
Scenic Productions, armour.
costume, etc. sitetlally brought lor each
Mr warde i orleti
iV arrie'i original ktinnorl.
iik comtati), Includini; Mekirs Charles
I Herman. Barry Johnhtorie ltarr C,
Hanon, 1'rancis 1) McClnti, John K
H)iies, MUes Aiitionette A'hton, VlrvluU
Drew Tnicult. May ariie, Alleell Iter
telle ami 15 others
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floor, (i 50. l-'ainllj Circle, except Iront
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Seats 011 Sale at Wall, Nichols, Co lor
ne rcuuiniii); periormimes
v . -.- . . '5
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call,
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
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Furnished rooms for rent with ot
without boird. Sco ad under New To
day. Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 roit St., $1.50 per week up.
Agenu, OroKers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Itefinery Company of.
Ban Francisco. (
Daldwln Locomotive Works ot Phlla-
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Reed's Steam Pipe Co'vorlng.
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Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
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II. P. Daldwln President
J. D. Castlo First Vice President
W. M. Alcxandor. .Second Vlco Pros.
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Oeo. R. Carter Auditor
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Will, G. Irwin & Go
Wm. Q. Irwin, .President and Manager
Clans Spreckcls Vice President
W. M. Qlffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
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AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Insurance - Ageots
MEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H. J
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant Co., Onotnea Sugar-Co.,
Honouiu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Make Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'a Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C, M, Cooko, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E, F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary: Col. W. F
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouae and. Goo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Enelnn C.a.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States fnr the ,
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Design 7our own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you ro undecldod, we
will help you. That la In our line and
tho PRICE IS RIGHT, at the EVEN
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