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AUGUST 12. 100J
The full fruits of annexation will be
brought home to the people of Hawaii
when they team how to live at pcaca
Hon S. M. Damon sj)s he Is out ot
politics but that cannot discount the
generally accepted fact that he would
make one of the strongest of candidates
on a fusion ticket, either for the Legis
lature or a higher office.
Moses Nakulna claims It is possible
to be a missionary anil a Home Ruler
Thus Delegate Wilcox finds hlmselt
with a missionary wing to his party
which he coddles with paternal love
that makes bis antl-missionar) tirades
a weak p!a to the galleries.
Compromise and fusion if properly
handled are usual!) factors of politi
cal success, but there Is uo Hue of poli
tical work that requires mute stienuous
care than compromise and fusion.
Crude and careless ariuugeiueut ot
party representatives on a combination
ticket Is very easily turned Into a re
sult that sets all sides on uU;e.
Maiconl Is cliHsing far afield to estab
lish his rights as Inventoi of wlielrts
telegraph), when he seeks u patent
for what Is admitted!) the woik of an
other. Marconi Is unquestlonnbl) en
titled to the honor of assembling vari
ous electiical Instruments h) which It
It possible to ttansmlt messages with-
out wires, hut the oilglnal Inventoi ot
wireless telegraphy Is sluinided in as
complete myster) as thu travels of the
electrical waves UiioukIi the utmos.
The New York Sun has alread) to
Its own satisfaction, aigued Captain
Itosehlll out of his rights to Maicus'
Island. Ho-sehtll and his local baiKou
have et to have their say through the
Slate Department. Marcus Island will
not embroil Japan and the I tilled.
States, but since America's uitiuiio.
upon the field of woild politics thu I ,0 The situation today Is exact
rights of an American citizen to the,, . .
smallest piece of land on the eaitlfs
surface do not go b the boaid as 111
Reduction of Ewa dividends Is a
pretty hard blow to the community but
there is nothing gained b) folding
hands and weeping over it. llegicts
don't do any good unless they load the
people to solidify their foices and cen
ter their energies on bilnglng our gov
ernmental affairs out of the etiaus
which now Intensifies the bmden
brought on by the low pi lee of sugar.
Hawaii cannot raise the price of sugar
but its people can, If they will, put the
Territory on a sound business basis,
and that Is half the battle.
The value of such an Information
bureau as the Merchants' Association
is discussing has been pretty well es
tablished by the experience ot a oung
business man of Honolulu who udvci
tised in a leading dally of the Middle
West to furnish Information regarding
Hawaii and its business chances, for
the nominal fee of one dollar. Four
months advertising cost (25 and about
one hundred queries were received.
This was a small business venture. If
a well organized campaign were set In
motion with the lommeiclal bodies oi
this city behind It, the queries would
unquestionably reach tens of thou
sands and the number of tourists ob
talned could hardly be less than the
much desired three thousand a )ear.
While Delegate Wilcox and his as
soclates are keeping the political pot
boiling nights and Sundays what are
the Republicans doing to counteract
bis work? Sneers will not beat Wilcox1
nor will fusion on paper do the busi
ness. How many districts have been
or are being canvassed to learn the
political affiliations ot each voter
What Is being done to place before the
new Teirltorial committee, to take
charge of the coming campaign the
exact voting strength that can be de
pended upon? This work must be
done sooner or later if a successful
campaign Is to be made. If left to the
campaign period following the conven
tlons, the committees will find them
selves overwhelmed with a mass of ue
toil which will not Increase the effec
tiveness ot the organization or Improve
I'm prospects of paity candidates.
PROFITING UY ANNEXATION.
The close of the fourth )ear of Amer
ican sotctelgnty finds many citizens ot
Hawaii going over the old. old ques
tion, Has Hawaii profited l the com
mercial and political stability which
annexation to the Ciilted States made
It Is a piobtem of many phases by
litiw of the not unusual custom ot
holding annexation" icsponslhle for
man) unpleasant factors of commercial1
and political life which hae no more
connection with It than thel
mountains of the moon. It Is Im
possible to deny that tliete Islands
hac gained remarkable inininei-
l.i 1 strength tluougli the meie
piesencc of the flag and the piocla-
illation of Ameiican ownership. If tills
'lenlloi) has not leallzed on the full
nieiisuie of piuspc ions peace which
was hoped, the cause for It Is
found either In Hannll oi conditions
ln ,ne worlds miiihci over which inn
Tenltory has no inlluence and cen the
American nation exercises no control.
Annexation has brought hundreds ot
thousands of dollars to theo Islands
which could not hac been secured un
der former conditions. Annexation has
built magnificent new business blocks
and comfortable homes. Annexation
has broadened the scope of Hawaii's
commercial and mercantile activity In
every way. It has laid the foundation
for making Honolulu one ot the most
attractive cities ot the world and
strengthening every Industrial and
commercial enterprise throughout tho
Territory. The rapidity with which wo
build upon this foundation rests with
the people of Hawaii
Depending almost exclusively on the
piofltable production of sugar, many
citizens are Inclined to hold annexa
tion" to account for the present de
Piesslon In the sugar market. True,
annexation levolutionlzed labor con
ditions but It ceitulnl) bus nothing to
do with the market quotations of our,
chief product. Hawaii can better af
ford to pay the high price of labor
than leveit to a former governmental
status with Its constant risk of u
possible levoklng of leclprocal favors
U lmtt nnr tiitulnriLtt nw n hi unlit Iia fmn
win uusi iiva iuiii ism iii w; iwi t, -
eel to pa) u duty out of their three t,lalni- U'c erf,'n,y aml Jurlfcdlc-
tlou of the United States was not con
cents nnd a fraction. .I.l.l . !,.. ..M,o.l . M.
ir mis lerntoiy were lairjlng on,
the public work which Its resources
Justlf), If Its govinment were sup
plied with the funds which aie the ic-
suit of wise legislation, the pinch ot
hard times would be no such poltivo
tealll) as that now experienced b) the
winking clashes. Conditions In tlrhjomls and groups of Islands. Maicus
Teirltor) tod..) are nothing If not a' w-18 not amo,,B tl,"1' , ,
!... .... , As to the question whether Hose-
demonstration that the people I'n ,, 1u U) Malcll8, 1111(1 tlle ,)llr)lnK
not profited by onnexntlon and that It of .i.,, iJ0ttle there, constituted an "oc-
icsts solely with them whether they
p, ()r m)(
Wh.itevci falluies have1
been icgist.red. the mistakes or tho
icfusal to make the most of our oppor
tunities cun piopeily be chiiiged up to
the people of Hawaii, whose lack of
unity has allowed aiuli Ihlnrs to rnmn
Amercan fcmelolKnty aml tno ,gal
uiailiinei) of government Is lieie. It
Is up to tile people of Hawaii to sa) for
themselves and decide for themselves
what they will do with It. They can
destio) oi the) can construct. They
can uanKiupt the gov ei nine nt anil
guaiantee u continuation of hard
times oi they can put the government'
on a solid footing and theieby guaian
tee a i etui n of piospeilty that will
make the Teirltor) what it ought to be
ml what Is expected of It.
The time Is at hand when citizens
of this Tenltory will prove to them
selves and all Interested in the Islands
whether it Is possible for them to
profit by experience. It would seem as
It they had had enough. Annexation
made each Individual citizen a free
agent. It placed in every man's hand
the worlds greatest weapon a ballot.
It this Is to be used to satisfy petty
spite or prejudices, the Territory will
have another season ot experience. If
it is used as Intended, to cane out a
piogresslve future, then, und not till
then, can It be said that the people ot
these Islands realize what annexation
means and are In a state of mind that
will enable them to profit by annexe
18 OUR FLAG OVER MARCUS
New York Sun.
Sentimental Interest Is excited by re
ports of u great triangular tace In the
Pacific, ln which the participants are
the American navy, the Japanese navy
and that well-salted Yankee navlga'
tor, Captain A. A. rtosehlll.
Which contestant will be the first to
reach Marcus Island? What will hap
pen when all tbiee arrive? What sov
erelgnty covers the remote Mlcrone
slan speck, with Its guano deposit,
three thousand miles from Hawaii, two
thousand from the Philippines, a thou
sand from Yokohama and about as far
from our historic Guam?
The legal and Intel national aspects
of the cose aro neither complex nor ob
Captain Rosehlll landed on Marcus
In June of 18S9, hoisted the United
States flag and filed bis discovery
claim in a bottle, the usual registry ot
deeds In Buch transactions. Then the
enterprising captain sailed away, leav
ing no representative. Subsequent)),
at a date of which we are not Informed,
the Island was occupied by Japanese,
and they are (aid to be working tho
The law regulating the i elation ot
the United States to guano Islands, and
the rights of United States citizens In
the same. Is that of August 18, 18SC,
forming the whole of Title 72 of the Re
The proWslon no to the extension ot
American sovciclgnt) to such Islands
Is line quoted'
Vhcnecr any citizen of the United
States dlscocrs n deposit of guano on
an) Island, rock or key, not "within thu
lawful Jurisdiction of any other Go-
eminent, and takes peaceable poses
Ion thereof, and occupies the same,
iii'Ii lat.itifl I n.b nr Lpv tiiiiv nt lh
or lc ,.rcs()r,nt, be c0.
slilcied as appertaining to the I'nlted
I miner procismns icquiie me u.s
loverei to notify the Department ot
Stale of the fart of discover), occupa
tion and possession to vet if) the tamo
by nllldavlt. and 'to fuinlsh satlsfac
toi) evidence to the State Department
that snob Island, rock or kc) was not,
at the time of the discover) thereof,
or of the taking possession and occupa
tion tlfeirof b) the claimants, In the
pos-csslon or occupation of any other
Government" This must be done be
fore the Island can be considered as
appeitalnlng to the United States.
Ile)ond this, the dlcovered and
claimant, oi his heirs or assigns, must
file with the Treasury Department a
bond, in such amount as the President
may require, to charge only a certain
specified price for the guano, nnd to
take the same from the Island and sell
It only for the use of citizens of the
United States, or of persons resident
therein. In other words, the proprietor
cannot at the samo time enjoy ex
clusive rights under the piotectlon ut
this Government and carry on a guano
trade, designed to promote the fertili
ty of other couutrles. If he falls to
observe the conditions of hla bond, ho
forfeits all rights under the law. How
much more clearly does he forfeit his
title by failure to furnish any bond
The statement regarding Cnpt. Hose
hill Is that although he promptly not!
flml tlin tnfn llennrtmnnt nt hl tils
ry ,, cla,m n ,gg9f he ,ms never
actually occupied the Island or worked
Its deposits, and has waited thirteen
)ears, that Is, until last March, before
tiling the required bond. Meanwhile
the Japaneso took possession.
It Is leasonably plain that under the
provisions ot the law from which wo
bavo quoted the Island could be con
sldeied as apertalnlng to the United
States, under any circumstances, only
In case the President taw fit. In his dis
cretion, so to consider it.
Now, it Is a fact that five )ears after
Copt, rtosehlll had notified the State
Department of his discovery and
island. On Sept. 16. 1893, the guauo
islands appertaining to the United
States und bonded under the act ot
Aug. 18, 18JG. were lounded up In an
official list furnished to Assistant Scc
ictaiy Wlko by First Comptioller
Howler of the Treasury. The list con
tulned not less than sixty-six such Isl-
c upatlon" o the Island such or law-
full) to keep nllve his claim for thli-
,een ,'ir8 "nu" Ul '"" "'"ipants ot
mi) other nationality, theie happens to
lie a decision of the Supieme Couit ot
the I lilted Stutes, defining "occupa
tion." "1 Ills was in a ease concerning
Nuvussa, another guano Island. Thu
"II) the law of nations, recognized
by all civilized States, dominion of new
tenltoiy ma) be ucqulied by discovery
and occupation, as well as by cession
and conquest, and when citizens or
subjects of one nation, In its name oi
by its authority, or with Its assent, take
UUU llOlll aCCUUI, CUnillluuus uuu usi-iui
ebglon ,u10llgtl 0ij for the pin-
pose of cairylng on a particular bus!
ness, such as catching and curing fish
or working mlties) of terrltoi) unoc
copied b) any other Government oi its
citizens, the nation to which they be
long may exeiclse such Juilsdlctlon and
for such period as It sees fit over tcr
iltory so acquired. This principle af-
fouls ample warrant for the legislation
ot Congress concerning guano islands.'
ln view of the plain terms of the law
of 1856 and of this exposition of that
law by our own Supieme Court, we In
tel that the despatch of any American
war vessel to Marcus Island will Indi
cate a desire to prevent Itosehlll from
getting us Into double with Japan
rather than u puipose to suppoit the
cause of that enterprising but at thn
same time prociastlnattng explorer and
This Government Is not so pooi In
Islands of the seas that It can afford to
strain the law to the injury and of
fense of Japan, one of our best friends
among the nations of the earth, for the
sake of Captain Hcsehlll's lapsed title.
The expert who has been doing the
lecords ot the Supieme Court for the
purpose of discrediting Judge Little
exposed the animus of his labors bv
Incorporating In his list of reversals,
charged to the Hllo Judge, a case that
was taken up from a Maul court. That
this same correspondent lo the Adver
tiser was not a chronicler of facts, but
a meie Ignoble defamer, It Is only ne
cessary to tell the facts In the case ot
Fuglhara, Bent back for re-sentence.
This case was scheduled by the Ad
vertiser weathercock as a reversal. It
was nothing of the sort. Kugihara was
sentenced by the Hllo court. The ap
peal was under advisement fo long by
the Supreme Court that the date of
execution passed before the matter
was determined. It was then obviously
necessary to all except the wcathei-
cock, that the Hllo court suffered no
reflection upon Its learning or dignity
In having to perform so sad a dut)
twice. It is also obvious to those wbo
care to follow the uncertain and de
xlous ways of caseB at law, that with
tho personnel of the upper court as it
is now constituted, reversals will be
visited upon Hllo at all times unless a
statute specifically forbidding the same
Is pointed out by counsel. It's all a part
of the same game.
Sizes and shapes adopted by
the Society of American Ulor
lets. Standard Pots from 7-Inch up
have Patent Excelsior Bottom,
which Insures Perfect Drainage.
A large Invoice Just to hand
ex S S. 'Ncvadan."
STANDARD FLOWER POTS
FERN DISH LINERS
SAUCERS, ETC., ETC,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD,
Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Co'y
FREDERICK A. BURNHAM, President
Mutual Reserve Building.
Third Largest Mutual Legal Reserve Company in the
State of New York
STATE OF NEW YORK INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
Albany, April ivth, 1901
I FRANCIS HENDRICKS, SurM.ntnint of liuufnce, Uo Hereby Certltylut
the Mutual RfMTt I und Lite Aioc)ition, riow Mutual Reserve Lite Inuirance Com
pjny of the City of rew York, ha compiled with all the requirements of law lo be
obM-ned by Mich corporation on reincorporation. anJ that it authorized to transact
the tuslne of Lite Insurance as specified In the FlrM Subdivision of Section Seventy
1 f Article II of the Insurance Law within ths State, anJ that such business can properly
t entruMeJ to It
In Witness Whereof 1 hae hereunto subscribed my name aud reused
L S J my Ohvlat Seal to be affixed In duplicate, at the Cit of Albany on
on the Jay and ear first abuvi written
Superintendent of Insurance
TOTAL ASSETS $5,790,400.73
NET SURPLUS 466,885.48
DEATH CLAIMS PAID, over $50,000,000 00
FRANK L. WINTER,
Uonurnl Auunt. Territory of Hiowill, .HBI'OHT.MT.
1.II1BHAI. TEltMS MADE WITH ll!:i.IAl).,K AND ENEHGKT
HE blood is the
neaiiny you must Keep your blood pure and
strength giving, for almost every disease gets
its start from impure blood. If you are off
the hooks," lack the activity and ambition
that you usually have, are Irritable and ner
vous, nave a poorappetite, suiter the terrors
of sleeplessness, or get up in the morning feeling more
tired than when you went to bed, or if your skin is dry
and hard, and distressing eruptions break out over your
body, your system is run down and your blood needs
toning up and purifying, or your liver and kidneys de
mand attention. Don't delay, delays are dangerous.
Stop on the crest of the steep hill of failing health while
you can, once on a downward course means suffering,
KlCkAPOO Sagwa i
MAKES BAD BLOOD OOOD
" I suffered from a chronic blood affection for 20 years.
Had an operation performed on my foot, but the poison
still remained and went through my entire system, and
placed me in such a condition I could not sleep nights
on account of the hot, burring flushes all over me. I
lost the use of my limb. My liver and kidneys became
badly affected, and my general health so reduced that I
gave up trying to live. Took over twenty bottles of Sarsa
parillas with no relief. At last I concluded to give Kick
apoo Indian Sagwa a trial. Afteruslng it I experienced a
great improvement. My liver and kidneys became nor
mal, my limbs began to gain strength, so that now I can
walk without crutches, and my health Is good for a man
of my age, being over 70 years old. I cheerfully recom
mend Sagwa to anyone afflicted with kidney and liver
troubles. It is the greatest blood purifier ever discov
ered." Amos Lord, Conway, la.
HOQRON DRUG COMPANY
THE FEDERAL REFINERY.
Krora advices In the Coast pjpeie It'
appears that the new Tederul Sugar
Kenning Company aims to establish a
lefinery at the Coast with a view to
corrallng the sugai flora this Terrllorj
during the next two years. This Is!
the company of which C. A Spreckels,
at one time manager of Spieckelsvllle,
Is at the bead. The planters of Hawaii
will have a novil and new experience
when they find themselves the reci
pients of tenders for their crops, and If
the plans of Mr. Spreckels and his as
sociates are consummated sugar grow-!
lng on Hawaii will receive an impetus
that will be felt by nearly every cltl-1
zen. The new company Is capitalized
at 150,000 000, but how far that will go
ln lighting a trust that could raise flv
times that amount of capital Is difficult
to determine The sugar trust is a
hard combination to beat; Colonel1
Spalding of Kealla discovered that
when he Installed a plant for refining
at his mill about ten years ago At
that time, however, the trust had no
rival for Hawaiian sugar and could die-J
tate terms, and Colonel Spalding was'
given the choice of abandoning his re
fining plant or keeping all of bis raw I
bugar. He gave up the fight. If the
Federal reanery will take Hawaiian
llroadwnv, New York
oil in the lamp of life. To be
fciigar at a better price and on better
terms thuu ure offered by tho trust the
plantvis had better enter Into an agree
ment without much delay, though, ot
course, Hawaii sugar will have to go to
tho ti list until the contracts now In
force have expired. 1'osslbly the estab
lishing of u rival reflnery may be the
dawn of a brighter day for Hawaii.
A new thing In the way of reflector!
for electric lumps Is one made ot mica.
The teflectors consist of four panels,
each being Bet independent In a square
metal collar, which fits directly on tu
the -lanibholUer, thus entulllng no
screwing or other fixing, but slmplj
the Insertion of the lamp after the re
flector has been slipped on to tho hold
er. The good effoct produced by the
reflector Is said to be due to the fact
that the lllament Is vividly reflected
on all the mica panels; also, owing to
the Infinite lamination of the mica, the
retraction Is superimposed llclng
made of clear mlcu, there is no appre
clabel loss of light behind the ledoctor,
nnd. consequently, no shadow, which
Is a distinct advantage. Ileing Inde
structible, mica Is the cheapest article
that can he used for out loor display of
any kind where It Is desire dto enhance
the appearance of the electric light and
economize a number of lamps In an
extensive Installation, as in series four
lamps with reflectors are said to give
as much light as 'six without them.
and Trust Co.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
President Cecil Drcwn
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. G. Cooper
Office . Comer Fort and i!ng Sti.
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Interest allowed lor jearly deposits at
tlio rate of 4 1-2 per cent per annum.
Utiles and regulations furnished up
BISHOP & CO
B.tabllBlied In 1868.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on Tke Bank of Call
tornla and N. M. Rothschild ft Bona
Correspondents Tht Bank of Call
fornla, Commercial Banking Co. oi
ydney, Ltd., London. -
DraJtts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation an
Chartered Bank ot India. Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposit at
the following rates per annum, vis:
even days' notice, at 2 per cent
Three months, at 3 ptr cent
Wx month, at S 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act a Trustee under mortgage.
V'uiage estate (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividend.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, '..
received for safe-keeping.
Auditor for Corporations and Prt
Book examined and reported on.
Statement of Affair prepared.
Trustee on Bankrupt or Insolvent
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lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per arnum, It
accordance with Ilulca and Regula
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vada National Bank of San Francisco
an Francisco Tke Nevada Nu
tlonal BanK ot Saa Francisco.
London The Union Bank ot Loa
New York American Hicham Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank
Paris Credit Lyonnal.
Berlin Dreadnor Bank.
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kong-Shangkal Banking Corporation.
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of New Zealand.
Victoria anrl Vin,MiuB. Db
British North America,
Deposits received. Loans made oa
approved security. Commercial aad
Travelers' Hrpdlt. i.ma1 um. . .
change bought and sola.
enactions Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Baildiag aid Loai
ASSETS, JUNE 8U, 190t, $80,0414?
Moaey loaned on approvea security.
A. Saving Bank for monthly deposits
Houses built on the monthly install
Twenty-third Series of Stock I ne
OFFICERS-J. L. McLean, Prel
dent: A. A. wiMai via nA.uAM.
U. B. Gray. Treasurer, a v n..J
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A
A. Wilder. A. V. floor n ii n.
IJ. D. Holt, A. W. Keech. J. a". LyU
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Office nonr: i2:io i;o p, m.
I he Yokohama Specie BankioHnwa4!an ""urai c0.. ookaia.
Subscribed Capital.... Ten J4.000.0W
Paid TTn (Tanltnt vAn idaaaaaa
Reserved Fund Yen 8.710.000
HEAD OFFICH, YOKOHAMA.
The Tlanlr huva anil .i..)... .
lection Bills of Exchange, Issue Draft
and Letter of Credit, and transact
general banking business.
On Fixed p'r earn
Polt. Per annum
For W month .. ., 4
For month i)
For 3 month
Branch of the Tokohama Brarla Rmk
New Republic Bid., 11 King Sire
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Baldwin Locomotive Works ot I'hlla
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N. Ohlandt & Co.'a Chemical Fertili
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no ram no Paint Ca.'a P.& B. Paints and
( Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
1 raw and boiled.
. Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
1 Kilter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime nnd
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The Walmca Sugat Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro Wo. Vs. St, Louis, Ma
The Standard C'J Co
The Ceo. F. Blaks oteam Pumps.
The New England Lite Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
! OFFICERS I
J II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castlo First Vice President
I W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pre.
I J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
.Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial A
Sugar Co., Ilulku Sugar Co Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klbel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
i W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
IH. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Audltoi
j Sugar Pactora
, Commission .Agent
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF BAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LIFE aad FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE IN8URANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen 8treet Hunolulu, T. H.
Honomu Sugar Co.. Walluku Sugar Co!!
Makee Sugar Co.,Haleakala Ranch Co.
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LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George.
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CD...
aie now offering the famous
at such low prices that vou cannm nf.
( ford to let the opportunity go. They
are so cool nnd the price so comfort
able that they seem made for this
I the old Sewing Machine Agent, ts still
In business at 842 BETHEL 8TREET.
8toek on Hand Standard, Domaa.
tic, National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
1 Call and see. Try and buy.
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