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II. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST J. 1902.
It Is pictt) safe to predict that the
coronation set fur today has been car
rlcd out as planned.
Jeffries and Fltzslmmons were both
satisfied. The gate receipts added ma
tcrlalty to their bank accounts.
Cholera Is making a sweep thiough
the Orient that convinces Hawaii that
this Is no time to relax the careful
guard kept by Federal and local au
thorities. Batting and fielding averages and
the close scores made by the teams ot
the Honolulu League put our local
hoys well up In the lists with any unia
teur players of the country.
Treasure hunters and guano dldcov
ers arc taking the plur of the opium
dealers of former days. It must be tbe
Pacific is growing better nhen legiti
mate search takes the place ot coutrs
Mayor Schmitz's statement regarding
the Jeftrlcs-Fltzslmmons scrlmmago
leads many to conclude that fake or no
fake the city's Major does not add to
the dignity of his position by getting
mixed up In It.
The numerous reports of the whete
abouts of a supposed Tracy makes peo
ple wonder whether tho real Tracy is
not being imitated by ever)' fugltlvo
from justice In the Northwest who
needs a fresh horse and three meals a.
California's earthquake turned out to
ho nothing more serious than a much
exaggerated scare. In these days ot
bursting olcnnocs some people are not
s.itlsllfd to figure on a slight siesmic
tremble as an) thing but a second Mar
Now it Is Senator Spooner confer
ring with President ItoosecIt and At
torney General Knox on the trust
question. Whether Spooner, Llttleileld
or sonic unnamed Is to lead the fight
for the regulations of trusts. It Is cer
tain President Hooscrelt has his mind
Tho Loudon Dally Mail makes the
announcement that by a combination
of Rockefeller, Rothschild and Nobel
one trust controls eery drop of oil In
the world. As the pioneer trust, the oil
combine Is demonstrating where Its
imitators. In other lines of business will
Secretaiy Chambcilaln says tho
Doers will have no occaslop to regret
British supremacy If they will he good,
hut they must be good and accept their
liberties In the same spirit with which
liberal laws are granted. Thus En
gland takes tho position ot a wise but
Now that tho party leaders for tbo
Districts hae been named the season
of work should begin. There Is plenty
of canvassing to bo done and It should
bo done before the candidates are nam
eil. It this Is carried on during tho
next three weeks It will not only assist
In tho campaign but will aid material
ly In a wise selection of candidates and
sensible shaping of platform declara
tions. eVIDBNCB OP PKOGRUSS.
The new home of tho N. S. Sachs
Company constitutes one of the ele
nients of solid business progress In this
Territory which Is a source of pride to.
every citizen giving even u passing
thought to the business development
umt beauty or this city. Every new
building of modern architecture and
convenience Is nn asset which strength
ens the commercial standing of the
community directly nnd Indirectly.
Buildings of the character Mr. Sachs
has added to the business district is an
expression of confidence which speak
more forcibly to keen business men
than tons of literature telling of what
might he done. It pioves our business
men to he men of uctlon. They have
made their money here und Intend to
spend It here, and by virtue of continu
ed aggressive work mean lo make morn
by keeping pace with the progressive
Ideas of the outside world.
The pessimistically Inclined are often
heard to prate on the dark outlook,
the probability of building operations
being carried beyond the demands ot
tho times. It will be Impossible for
buildings to get beyond the limit ot
necessity. If the people of the city nml
Territory show the splilt which builds
up. Every citizen, cety business man
has n personal Interest In making our
business blocks pay. Piospeilty for
these means piospcrlty for nil. Cooper
ation, energy, loynl support In all
measures which promote our Indus
tries and add to our purchasing popu
lation will accomplish what Is sought
Modern stores, modern ofllccs, a gen
eral up-to-dateness urc drawing cards
which none enn discount. They facili
tate business, make the city n better
place to visit and a more attracts
place to lhu in.
Chief Justice Frear has denied a po
tltlon for a icstralnlng mder of Ko;i
lau Kalkalnahanle, administratrix nt
the cKtate of J. V. Knlkalnahaole, do
ceased, against Samuel C. Allen It
was to proent a mortgage foreclosure
sale advertised for this day. Judge
Hiimphicys had dismissed the original
petition for an Injunction after heating
the ease, whereupon the complainant
petitioned the Chler Justice to Intu.'.
venc. She claimed that as she had
appealed the Circuit Court lost all Jur
isdiction nnd the snle of the property
would cause her irreparable losn. (!,
YV. Ashford and Charles CrelghUti are
attorneys for complainant.
Judge (.ear dismissed ilio divorce
suit of Hoso Eudormark against E. Kn
Mcle Panana I.utcra was granted a
dlvoicc against M. I.utern.
A conveyance executed In San Fran
clscu has been Hied In the Circuit
Court, whereby, to prevent litigation,
James C. tilinilan nnd wife for tho cor.
slderatlon of $20 convey to Archibald
F. Ollllllnn Jr. an undivided one-half
part of tho Interest James C. OilQIlan-
bus acquired in the estato of the late
Arch. F. Glinitan under the will of do
ceased or any other Instrument. Tho
comuynncu Is In pursuance, of an
agreement between the parties named
and Sophie X, tlllflllan. The deed re
serves to Junius C. (lltflllnn the dc.id
man's Masonic Jewels nnd uniforms
his pnpeis of no pecuniary value and
the burial plot In the Masonic ccme
tcry. Tho watch and chain once, tho
property of the late John V. Ullflllan,
fatbor of deceased, go to Arcb, F. ail
Frank Taxon. J. S. Fox and M. T. St-
monton, appraisers of tbo estate of th-i
lato (leorgo S. Huughtalllng, hno vat
tied sixty shares Hawaii Land Co., par
value $10, at $2.50 a share; 17 shnics
Oahu Sugar Co., par $100, at $75, an.t
a partly used mileage ticket ot lbs
O. It. & L. Co. at $9.03, making tho to
tal value ot tho property S1,4S.U3.
Chu Gem, Wong Chow aud LI Cbc
ung. appraisers of tho estate of Luiu
Tuck Joe, dcccupcd, ghe It a valua
tion of $S,87., Including 50 shares ot
Ewa stock, par ae $20, at $21,50.
It Is stipulated that Lect Tit vs.
Chow Ec ct at. 3i.y be tried in vaca
tion. Piobably tnls Is n forerunner of
the disposition of many cases on tho
Kaha was found not guilty Instead '
guilty as reported, of malicious Injury
S. K. Chllllngwcrth was his attorney
During the loading of tho Gtesmnr
Ncvadan, lying nt tip1 rallioad wharf
yesterday afternoon, nn accident hap
pened which might easily have result
ed still more seriously than It did. A
sling of sugar hit the hatch cover
while falling through the hatch, hit
ting two men who wcro working In the
Tho pattol wagon was Immediately
sent for and tho men taken to tlw
Juecn's Hospital. There It waB found
that one of them, David Kaubau by
name, had a compound fracturo of tho
left leg, while tho other man had hit
leg Injured but not very seriously.
Kauhnu Is nt present laid up In tbo
hospital. The 'other man is ablo li'
Friends of Dr. A. Mniques dcslro to
Bay, In unswer to tho published stnlT
ment that he had been suspended tiom
tho Theosophlcal Society becauso ho
would not uccept tho now charter ot
Aloha Branch, that Aloha Branch by
vote refused to accept tho now chat
tel contrary to the objections of i)r.
Marques, at any rate until tho matter
was settled by Dr. Olcott. They say
further that eight names on tbo new
charter are those of strong protester)
Bids will bo ubked during the coming
week for tho erection of u building to
cover the high lift pump, built for in
stallation at the Beretanla pumping
station, for tbe foundations for the ma
chinery nnd for the drilling of a new
well. Arrangements have been mado
for tho placing of tho pumps by tho
Iron Works as soon as tho prelimi
naries are completed. Tho pump Is o'l
the Corliss type with cylinders of 1?
and 31 Inches and wntcr ends of OH,
nil with 30 Inch stroke. This will give
the pump a capacity of 3,000,000 gal
lons In 24 hours.'
Among the arrivals from Hllo and
vvuy ports In the Claudlne today were
the following: C. L. Wight, Capt. T.
K. Clarke, A, Ahrens, C. W. Ashford,
W. O, Smith, Mrs. Helen Wilder Cratt,
J. T. Molr, P. Peck, W. W. Thayer,
John Coulson, Rev, E, W. Thwlng,
Capt. Harry Evans, Judge G. F. Little,
W. F. Drako, Palmer Woods, C. .11.
Brown, Robert Hind, Mis. J, H. Ray
mond, Miss G, Dowsett, Miss Violet
Makee, Rov, W. Ault, A. Haneberg, H.
T. Hayselden and Rev. A. B. Wey
mouth. Young Sam Holllnger, Tom Hollln-
ger'a boy, broke his leg on tho race
track this morning while working a
fir . ., '.i
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f -H -f t-K ttf 'H-H-4"f4-
Nothing will more surely repel racial
Issues In Hawaiian ufTatrs than stead
fastly to Ignore them. In politics cr
patronage, let tho merits of the man
be considered. Ills blood In Itself Is
lrrelennt und Immaterial. Itace Is n
merit of account In estimating the rep
lesentntlvc quality of n man among his
neighbors, but further than that having
no legltlmato place In the balance of
politic adjustments. It Is to the extent
just slated a factor in the sum of indi
vidual Illness for any particular ser
vice to the community, on a par with
such other fnctois as personal virtue
and special talent or training.
it it it
Self-respecting Hnwallaus mint feel
sorel) the Insults put upon them In the
curnsc and foul bait cast under their
noses upon nnd In the Home Rule plat
form nnd press. To turn the health
nnd educational systems of the Terri
tory upside down to Increase the al
ready overwhelming salary burden of
tho taxpayers to enhance the opulence
of saloon-keepers! Such ate promises
thrown out by the party s organ, edited
by n Hawaiian lad ot icputed talent.
Not a word to stimulate the Nlrtuout
ambition and self-Independence of Ha
waiian jotilli. Truly tho Kuokoa"8
advent is timely as nn avenue leading
upward for Young Hawaii.
it it it
Machine politics is hut a low type of
ollgarchlsm. It Is the great blight of
it it it
Progiess of vehicular locomotion will
gain popularity In inverse ratio to the
noise It produces.
A' it it
The ping-pong craze makes one won
der why cm pet-beating was never pop
ular. ;'. it it
A ccitatn young politician Is descrlb'
cd us u peach of an orator. It Is to be
hoped old age will find him well-preserved.
it it it
Pencils nnd ballot paper are so cheap,
nothing would seem more ridiculous
than the attempt to steal the contents
of a ballot-box.
it it it
I'alama Is the Bonn) brook Fair of
I UK FLEET
OF MR VCSSUS
Philadelphia. August I. Forty-four
steamships, one of the lurgest fleets In
the history of the sugar trade, are now
either on their way to the Delaware
breakwater or are taking an cargoes
In Java, and within the next few week
will hind on the piers of the Atlantic
coast icllncrles not less than 250,000
tons of the law product. All tho ships
arc large, modern canters, whose car
goes, which are loaded In Java, are at
(cast 5500 tons each. Tho entile licet
will come to the breakwater, where
they will receive their orders for final
poits of discharge. The cargoes will
be distributed to the best advantage of
the refiners In Philadelphia and Bos
ton. The new American steamship Alask
an, fiom Hllo, Hawaiian Islands, ot tho
Spreckels refinery, arrived today. Her
cargo, which consists of 11,500 tons ot
raw sugar, Is the largest cargo of tho
kind ever brought to tho United
States. The Alaskan left Hllo on May
4 and enme via the Straits of Magellan.
She Is a new vessel on her first voyage,
having been recently launched at San
Tho August Everybody's Is an Idctl
midsummer magazine. It Is compound
ed chiefly of fiction, tho lightest and
blithest of tales against a background
of charming and Interesting pictures,
Tbero arc six Bhort stories, a little
poetry, a fine, humorous study ot tho
New England farmer, by Holman K
Day, who Is called tho poet laureate of
Maine, a noblo description ot tho grow
ing of wheat, "Blade and Sheaf," by
Mnrthn McCulIoch Williams; A. Rad
clyffo Dugmoro tells of tho "Sheep Dog
1'rlals at Tioutbeck," which suggested
to Alfred Olllvant tho grand sccno In
"Bob, Son of BatCle' , Anhur - John
sou describes tho remarkable air cool
Ing machine Invented by Prof. Willis
J. Moore. There ard tho usual depart
nients, "How to Make Money," and
"Little Stories of People andThln'gs,"
and a most Interesting description ol
Customs and Costumes at French Wa
tering Places." Altogether a capital
and beautiful number of the magazln?.
Mr. Frederick O'Brien, a clever
young San Francisco JournnSst wh-
has been connected with the Chronicle
staff for some years, was among tho
passengers on the Nippon Maru vvhlrh
left this port last Thursday, Mr
O'Brien has gone to tho Orient to rep
resent tho Now York Commercial in
China, Japqn and tho Philippines and
also to do special work for certain
magazines and also for a newspaper
syndicate. Ho will spend six months
in tho Orient studying trade develop
ment for the Commercial, and absorb
ing Information of Interest to magazine
readers about llfo in the far East. Mr.
O'Brien Is nn experienced newspaper
mill, and has held responsible posi
tions on Journals In New York. He Is
a bright and entertaining writer.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
TAkA TjiTftttvn ttrnmn OtilnlnM Th!a.
All druggists refund the money It it
raus to cure. a. w. uroves signature
Is on each box. tf ronts.
A nice room with two beds and bath
is offered for rent for gentlemen. See
To Let column on page S.
Sizes and shapes adopted by
tho Society of American Flor
Standard Pots from 7-Inch tip
have Patent Exeelslor Bottom,
which Insures Perfect Drainage.
A largo Invoice Just to hand
ex S, S. "Ncvadan."
STANDARD FLOWER POTS
FERN DISH LINERS
SAUCERS, ETC., ETC.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
THE HIGHEST GRADE ONLY
THE WORLD'S BEST
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited.
li 111 li
CHAPMAN FROM NEW
YORK IN 110 DAYS
MET SOME VERY ROUGH WEATH
ERHAWAIIAN BOY FALLS
OVERBOARD AND HE IS
The Ameilcau ship I. F. Chapmar,
Captain Kendall, arrived In port this
moining after a voyage of 110 days
fiom New York. This Is an unusually
fast trip and Captain Kendall Is well
pleased. It odds to his pleasuio that
he will be ablo to collect a neat lltt'.o
sum as a bonus for his past passage.
The firm which has chaitcied the
vessel pays tho captain $100 for mak
ing the trip under 135 days and, be
sides that, ho iJcelvc a bonus of $4
for each day under 133 days.
Tho Chapman Is an old vessel, but.
of nn exceedingly staunch build nnd
shows the stress of years but little.
When sho came into port today sho
looked as clean and neat as a nianof
The Chapman left new York for thlr.
port April 21. It took her sixty-seven
days, to roach Capo Horn, whero sho
encountered tho usual westerly gulen
which prevail at that place. For H
week the bad weather continued, but
did only little damugo to tho vessel.
A couple of sails wcro can led away
and the starboard cathead was lust,
but tbe Chapman got around pretty
quickly, whereupon she made the pai
sago from tho Horn to this port lu
On July 14, In latitude 27.27 soulb
and longitude 100 north, tho Frenr'j
vessel Vlllo do Mulhouse was spoltcr.,
Sho was on her way from Glasgow to
San Francisco, und reported herself
109 days out. All was well on board.
The Chapman Is nt .present lying at
Brewer's wpaif, whore "Blie will dis
charge her cargo. She brings general
merchandise consigned to Brewer &
Co. Shu has also In her hold 700 tonu
of coal, which sho will tako to San
When the Chapman was hero nhoul
two years ago sho took away with her
on tho voyage to Now York, three na
tive sailors. One of these, Pinao by
name, fell overboard from a spar oiir
stormy night Just befnro reaching tlw
Horn and waB lost. The two othors
left the vessel In New York and bav
returned here since.
Lewis & Co., grocers, are offering
all sorts of new soft drinks which aro
much to be desired during the hot
weather. A large assortment of fruit
flavors and carbonated drinks are ad
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
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AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
CAPTAIN BROWN MUM
(Contlnuca from Pago 1.)
though he gno out very little concern
lug his plans,
"I certainly know split the Cocos
Island treasure," ho said, 'lor I was
on that Island myself In 1850. I nm no;
going to Cocos Island, Any fool could
see that If I was going to Cocos Island
I would not como to this port, which
Is more than 2,000 miles out of the
way. Cocos Ulaud Is about 300 mllec
off tho coast of Costa Rica.
"Another thing I'll tell why I'm net
going to Cocos Island. Tho treasure
Isn't theic. It was hidden thero in
thiee different caves, but it is not there
now, it wtis moved away to another
island In 18,'u . Glssler wanted mo to
go with him on his expedition hut I
wouldn't go. He has been digging
ainund thero for over ten years, Int
ho never found anything beyond a few
utiay dullais. Thero havo also been
a number of expeditions over them,
but they never found anything, nnd,
what is more, they never will, because
thero Is nothing to find."
"You say tho treasure was removed
In 18.'iU and. that you wcro there In
1850. You took part In tho business,
then, I suppose?" Captain Browu was
The old mariner smiled Blyly, hay
ing: "I don't say 1 did and I don't
say I didu't'. Anyhow, I know whore
the treamire Is now."
"Are you going for tho ticasur
"That I can't tell you. No one o.i
boa id, not oven my fi lends here,
knows whete we aro going, except
myself. You sec, 1 may go to that I1 1
and, then I might also go to London
or any other plact."
This Is us much us can bo gotten
fiom Captain Blown. The old mailner
Is exceedingly pleasant and un Intor
estlng talker, hut when H comes to
talking of the treasure and, Aiu desti
nation of the Herman, ho Is "mum,"
In tho meantime, the Herman Is ly
Ing at the l-'lshmurkct wharf, where
she will stay until she gets tho ballast.
She will probably depart on Saturday
V, . ... . . ...
S. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Right Rev.
II. B. Rental Id;, Bishop. Rev, Canon
Kltcat and Rev. Canon Mackintosh,
Sunday. August 10. 7 a, m celebra
tion of thu Holy Ciimmunton, tbo Bish
op Celebruut; 10 a, m Sunday school;
II a. m., morning piuer, with ser
mon by the Bishop; Recessional hymn
100, To Detim, Woodward, In D; Ju
Dilate, Warren, in D; anthem, "How
Lovely Are the Messengers," by Men
delssohn; hymns 324 and 470; reces
ilonal, "Onvvurd, Christian Soldlcis",
7:30 p. in., evensong, with sermon,
.Magnificat and Mono Domltbs, Semper
in F; anthem, "Come, Holy Ghost,"
by Attwond; hymns 491 and 32, Rov.
Arthur Evans of Los Angeles preaches
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arid Trust Co.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
President Cecil Brovn
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. G. Cooper
Office: Corner Fort and King St).
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Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
tho rate of 4 1-2 per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations furnished up
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Transact business In all department!
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letter,
of Credit Issued on Tbe Bank of Call
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Correspondents The Bank of Call
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Interest allowed cu term dennslti a'
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seven aays' notice, at 2 per cent
Three months, at 3 per cent
6lx months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
V-uage estates (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
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AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel 8treet
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HONOLULU J t T. H.
an Francisco Agent The N
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uonaon The Union Bank ot Loi
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Parle Credit Lyonnals.
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ot New Zealand.
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Deposits received. Loans made it
approved security. Commercial aac
Traveler' Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex
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Collection Promptly Accounted Fo
Pioneer Bnildiig aid Loai
ASSETS, .JUNE 8U, 1901, 180,041.!?
Moiey loaded on approved ecnntj
X Bavlng Bank for monthly deposit
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series ot Btock 1 m
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, Presl
?. ii Z A" W,ldM. Vice President
SecrBetar?.ar' Trea,urer! A' V- "
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech. J. A. LyM
Jr, J. M. Little, it. 8. Boyd.
A. V. QEAIt,
Offlc nonr: Iz; 30 1:80 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
auh,cjjbed Capital.... Ten I4.O00,0M
j.u up opuui tea lg.ooo.OOt
Reserved FuJ Yen 8,710,000
"BAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buy and receive for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and T.Attnra nt PnK nM .-- .
general banking business.
On Fixed vr .n.
D momh Tfr.T"0
For X mnntha
Branch of thu YolrohamaBpecie Bank.
new Kepubhc Bid., 11. King Str
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United Btates for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
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Fine Job printing at the Bulletin
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company ol
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder),New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'a Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR'BALH:
Parafllno Paint Co.' P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed OR,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In whits
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co,, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmca Sugai Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iro tVo. ks, St. Louis, Mo.
Tbe Standard (.11 Co
The Oco. F. ttlak .jceam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
II. P. Baldwin President
1. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sngar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial ft
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahiku Sugar Co, Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
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NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen 8treet, Kunolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co, Onotnea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co, Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co,Haleakala Ranch Co,
The Planters' Line of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'a Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS:
O. M. Co,oke, President; Oeorge
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F,
Allen, Auditor; P. C. JoneB, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO..
are now offering the famous
at such low prices that you cannot af
ford to let the opportunity go. They
aro so cool and the price so comfort
ablo that they seem mado for this
, B. BERGERSEN,
lfn"ol ewmg luacmne Agent, Is stIU
!'?DUf'n at 0 BETHEL STREET,
8tock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlnciex.'
Call and see. Try and buy.
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lished In the Territory. Sixteen nt
twenty page, ft a year.
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