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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., MONDAY, AUOUST 18. 1902.
eobllihed Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T H, by the
DULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE It FARH1NGTON. .Editor
Entered at the PoBtofllce at Hono
lulu a second clans matter.
Per month any whero In U S TI
Per quarter, an where In U 8.. 2.
Per year, anjwhere In U. S 8 00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
Elx month SO
Per jtar nnjwheu-e In U 8 . .. 1.00
Fer year, postpaid, foreign .... 150
PostoMce Vox 71S
MONDAY U 01 S is ino-J
. . . .. ... . . l ..w..ni..o..,..
111KI me lasi i.egisiuiuie eseereieei ").. destroyed.
fire limits this morning's (lie with Its TM(1 Japanese hoM Just mention d
destriRtlon of homes of the pooi would ialso owned b) Si human, and occupl 'd
hae been Impossible l, Nl,h,ml,rn- "ml ,1"' ""llaU ,v0
- stoi frame liuildlng on the WnlklM
The Hawaii Heiald's mpmt thai
Republicans wake up hnuld nut l i ea or IiIiir.
confined to Hllo and Hawaii, it ought This ended the itiiiftngtntlon so 'ar
to go down the line fiiim Hawaii to'as the makal side of Hotel stieet was
...,.. Iionti'ineil. the llieman doing excell it
Mlsslonniies now include Ilopubll
cans, Demo.iats and (arprihaggeis ae
cording to the latet Interpi elation of
the Home Rule leaders And fiom all
accounts theie aie a good many con
versions going on among former Home
Delegate Wilcox told his WallukUj
audience that his pall) wants some of I
.. . . ... .i
will have to be credited with being
honest on this point, hut uhv wits It
that with all his power in Washington
the Delegate failed to senile spoils for
the Tenlloi) in the shape of jppio
prlatlons that would put nceil fami
lies in a piKitlun to obtain icwuid foi
Maul Hcpublliaus have made the
vei) sensible move of placing In c haige
of their vnmpalgn a mi.n who can de
vote his whole time to the woik riiU
is not praitlcnl In ecij uistrlit but
$n far as poisibk the nam Idea should
be followed and It would seem to be
mamlatur) when the oigaulzation
comes to the selection of a i ball man
for the Territorial committee In these
tlmesidt Is Indeed a dlffliult task m
find a man atonic capable and able w
devote hjs whole attentloi. 10 the wo, k
of the campaign It Is neveiilieless
nciessar) to make politlis of Hist im -
purtance for the next two mouths
H00STER8---A BOND OP
The full throated, far-sounding now
of Hie rootei ut all times of da) and
night has long been legaided as one
llie spoils or pomns. I nc i"iegate'IallR,. of rtl(, a,j, wnU.r t,ese poor peo
of thn exilusive featuies of Honolulu
llf.. NVvi in tl, innfuiiltiie Hie llo-lt""
noliilu loostci has had a notable pl.no
In the esteem of vlsltois and even the.
old-tlmeig tlnd themselves icmlmleU
that the i rowing roostei of Honolulu
can outshine ...ts dogs ,,,. boo. . u
foi making the night hideous t iniu
dawn to dark and dark to d.in cgaln
the loosters eiho nnd leeiho Hiclr
Man) lesldents leineinber the vlM"'
ous piotesl reglsteud b) the late Julius
Palmer against the Honolulu luostei
His rest was disturbed b) the unseem
I) crowing which gave no thought foi
the civilized outturn of waiting till tin
break of day for the usual Jubilation
of the male members of the hen fuiull)
Palmer found no lediess liom either
his landloid or the Republic of Ha
waii and was tlnall) fenced to lake
rooms In lower l'oit stieet where
thick walls and distance fiom the fa
mily hen pens of the tit) gave the
much desired icllef.
It appears, however, that Honolulu
has no monopoly as a roostir town. Its
competitor Is no less an Important
burg than Washington. I) C, whose
commtsslouets were lecentl) nclili eased
by Howard Nagle, a long suffering
cltlzfii In the following teims
"I havn the honor to Invoke the alii
of such statute oi legulatlon us ma)
e'Xlst governing the keeping of roosters
In the city limits Theie uie at least
three In this nelgliboihood that subjit
mo to gieat anno) am c and personal
discomfort tluoi.gh luck of sleep Oth-
er owners of chlikeus In this neighbor
fiood (than those complained of) must
keep them penned up, as the-) appaicut
ly make no distill bance dining the
hours usually set apart, foi the sleep
of civilized citizens I I'uinestl) beg
such relief as the laws of the District
allow me ami tiust that in) complaint
will be Investigated as promptly as
possible In ordei that the needed eo.
reetlve bo eaily applied "
Other citizens of tho national capital
also penned litters of similar Import
calling upon the commissioners tof'8," "ott.1 street restau.ant keeper
exeit themselves or enlist the powers
uf Congress for the piopei government
of the roosters that ciow outside the
schedule time. 1 litis far the plea for
edress has been of as little nvall as it
1ms proved In Hawaii.
This new bond of sympathy between
Hawaii and the (iipltal of the nation
ought not to earnpp the attention ol
those wise politicians who nre drawing
upon boast, blul and llsh toi the expo
sition of American principles which for
orlglnnllt mcrshndon the mot gm
rulous elesc ilptlons of Mai) Me Lime
It ma) be that een the looMeis aie
crlng out as n protect ngalnst lenttal
Ireil government or are searching foi
more corn with the same enthusiasm
that characterizes Delegate Wilcox's
ppeeche in which he i ills foi a share
in the spoils
WHOLE BLOCK WIPED OUT
BY FIRE TIIIS HORNING
(Continued from rage l )
On Kekuulikr Inch of the McrrlMd
hnilillim Is a MK ant lot owned b
Mrs Vida and Ktiiuitlng hack fio.n
the Rticet to the le-nr of a Japanese
liotol wu n nanow two story flame
hiillding owned l. (lus Si human and
occupied b) .lapanesc and Chinese lis
n l,i.lf.ii, hitns.t
This ton was tot il
coinei of KeKiiiillkii nnd Hotel, mlra"
1 tilnuslv einlieil with mill n sllcht
work In preventing the spn adlng ei(
tlii! dames to King stieet In the fnc
of the heavy wind
On Mauka Side.
In the meantime, the llames weie
doing u piil work with the buildings
on the mauka side of tlio stteets mid
hundreds of Japanese, Chinese u'lil
Hawaiian men women and (hUilf-n
made homeless In a few minutes' time,
weie seen lushing in ever) tlllcctlo
(.niDing with them theli personal b"
In eerv vacant nluee out of 'lie
pie, the major part of them Trail m
thell night! lothes rould he sell
squatting on their goods and chattels
to pievelit their being stolen
Rapid Spread of Flames.
The llames hud li.v this time wiped
out eutiielv the building whlili was
it up some time ago illicit!) in 'in
no) of wlial might have In en the ex
tension cil Kekaiillke stmt to I'auahl
had consumed the whole ol the Until
extension of the Winston building
flouting on Hotel, lediuliiL, to nsh.'S
the place leiuitl) occupied li) T. Mil
inta's hat factor), the Japanese hi--)
(In lepalr shop unci seveial othei sun
di) Chinee and .lapniiese soda wa'cr
stands nnd the like.
Tenement Houses Go.
Not content with this destiuitlui,
the llunicM spiead mauka, binned down
the! two three stoiy name tenement
houses In tile midst of the block ill I
owned b) K C. WIusluu, and then
spreau lo v. iv. .ib ivvouorv ien
' incut house boldcilng on the vacant
o( tmu pii,n(lj (j Wi
j ,,aIn m.,,,,1, bi j utheis to a Chine a
.hlu loi theater pin poses 'IIiIk lot II
might be mentioned, is vei) wide ami
'luns ileal through Horn Hotel to Pa
uulil stliels rniluubtedl), it was Idle
place that saved the buildings bonlc.
lug on .Manual, in sued, between Mo
til aud I'auabi
Up Hiver Street.
While Hie tluce leniMiielit houses
wen- totteiing lo t lie i i full, the Ilami'.i
spuud to Hie lemaludei of the Wins
building oil lllvel stieet, uieup.il
U) l.ce Wall s dr) goods store, Hop
I Sine's lcstlcurnnt unci cither sloies in.
nui tIlH on tll(, xva) l0 luU do.
The Itlvei Bluet wing uf the Wins
' bulldlnB having b-en e.estro,.,!
tho llames spuud lu thu next ntiiiitur
w(ll ,, , ,n , c m 0, pa,,,.,,,
( .iicet, and was owned b) '.u Suk, lb"
I Janitor of the Chlneso e liuicli on !: i
ma street, who llvis In the lane Juu
makal of the Alvaiez picmiscs lu a
vei) short time, this place was alsu a
mass of ruins.
Slaitlng irom I'auahl slreet, the
stores along on River stint to Hold
weie us follows Japanese soda vt
tei shop, Japanese wutclimakei's shop,
two Japanese hotels, a dr) goods stoic
owned by a Chinaman, three mote
Japanese soda water shops, a Cblnesa
trull store, Japanese baibur shop, Jut.
anese soda water shop, u brauili if
Slug hoy's dry goods stoie, and on tlrtj
corner anotbei Chinese diy goods
Two Buildings Remain.
It was now about 2 1J o'lluik, auJ
the unl) buildings left In the bloil,
that had not alriad) bi-e u destio)en
or were tapldly approaching destrue
Hon, weru the lung structiue of tha
River Mill Compnii) and the Chock
Sing tvvostor) stoio and tenime'it
Wind Diet Down.
The wind had died down lonsld r
abl) aud thu llreuieu weie getting
things will In hand, but Hie binm.ig
buildings In the middle of the block
had niado such a hut tin; that !!-'
lumber plies, small shops and out
houses In thu rear of thu Rivti Mill
Company building weie set a II re 'ind.
despite tho conceited tffoitu of the nu
Jo ,,. f .,,, nrcin,,n a8 bc,.n
(but the place could not be saved In
a very short time this, too, had been
all but burned to thu ground.
Crock Sing a Lucky Man.
The firemen now turned their uttm
Hun to saving the Chock Sing bii'll
lug, the only one lemalnlng in Hid
block. Btieams ol water weie loneen
trateel on the dividing line Initwsm
thu two buildings, and by dint of nut I
work, the place was final!) saved wlm
huidly evin a score lied see Hon.
Chock Slug It might be inentloiud,
,v,i (Mia vrwitveru luiiu li'l IMUUJ J'C.'mn,
saved up his moiie), bought a piece of
land ami put up Hit building, thus
spending all of his small loitiuie. Had
the file destio)ed his building, he
would have bun in a vei) tight placu
Indeed As It is, hu is thu only person
In the whole block who wears a snill"
today 'Iho lomblnatlon of tho cessa
tion of the wind and the lino work of
the llremcn, saved his building for
Out at 4:30 O'clock,
At 4-30 o'clock, the fire was prae'l
call)' at an end, although the dcpait
ment remnlned on duty to drench with
watei the smotitderlng lemains. Th3
fire had clone Its work well, leveling
to the ground all the buildings In tho
block with thu exception of the oti'i
owned by Chock Sing. Tho same,
thing may be said of the buildings
binned on the makal side of liotol
t one time, the new I) erected Jup
nnese tbaeter at the mauka lornti e.t
Rlvei and I'auahl stteets stood In
gieat dangct of being burned, but tho
III emeu weie on the lookout and ev
c) once lu a while sent a stieara of
water ovei In Hint til let Hon anil Hum
pi evented fiiither spreading.
Had the llames e'vei Jumped to the
mauka side of the streit, tiiere Is no
tilling whero thu conflagiatlou might
have ended, for all along River strict
lo Kuktil Is a line of frame buildings
of the sumo kind as those which hid
On Maiinaken and evm on Smith, tit
say nothing of I'auahl stuet. Chlni
uii'U, Japanese and others, Hoiking Hit
lapld spread of the llames simply pit
ed the stuff l.om thelt stoles out Into
the streets, pieparatuiy to moving
avvuv to a e pot of snlet) as soon n It
should be seen Hint the (lie was wi'l
in ieai h of them.
,t least two thousand people flow
all ovei the Knpalamn, l.illli.i street
utld Kallhl illslllcts watched the bio
fiom the opposite side uf the River
while ilMilbiitcel along the streets In
the vbiiiil) of the Die were limicli "ilu
Police Turn Out.
The police, headed b) High Sheriff
llionn and Depot) Shciifl Chilling
worth vvue call) on the scene and
did good voik In keeping bail, the loo
Itiipilsltlvc irovvds, roping off II.
stiects wheiu necessar) I tut 11 mount
ed and foot onlcers Were out lu qullti
a laige body.
The Aimstiong liuildlng on the i if
kui side of Hotel stieet stood on land
nulled In pait ill fie simple h) Ml.
Viuistiong and a pari undei lease from
Mis Mni) V. Kostei.
The lot on Rlvei street Just next to
this liuildlng, was owned b) l'udd) It)
an and other's and was lecently sold
to icloi Hodman. u older fiom tnu
Uo.uil of Health leccutl) mused exca
vations lo be made nnd now there '
u lot of standing wntc r to be found on
llie place A building wus to hava
been eicc ted there
The laud upon which the Rlvei Mill
Compaii) building stood Is owned b)
the lames CniuplKil Estate
Historical Cocoanut -Tree.
Theie Is one Iiiteieslllig iui iclenl 'It,
connection Willi Hie lire. On the Ida I
lot on Ke knulll.e sitcct. Just li.uk ut;
whole the Met i lib Id building stool Is
an old cciiciuniit lice which has passe J
thiuiigh til I ce big Chinatown llie -llie
Hie of lfcsiT"the plague llie and the
one of this mninlng. It, scut nut
leans again nflci Hie Ismi llie. bit
the plague the supped iveiv hit en
life Hum It and left nothing but i
ihaiicil slump. It caught llie ugun
this morning, but Is still standing, .
iiioiiiimc ut to the destine Hon of thu l
s.lnils ol dolhiis ninth of piopcit)
Was It Incendiarism?
'1 In- oilglu of the llie semis shieind
ed in ui)slci) .No one knows J'im
while oi hovv It slatted, but all opin
ions agieu that Ibu 111 si llames Veiu
tein In the run of the' second stem or
Hie Winston building on Hotel sine,
and Hie gcncial linpiession Is that Tie
II is- was started alpl did not eoiiie
about In ail) uicldeiilal wti) No ceie
an gin mi) tiling hut gdicial stale
()l!l( cr Hint who tinned In He
ulutni states that lie saw llie lu the
stun mentioned, and Clili 1 Tbilisi in
aus on the spot simultaneously wph
the Hie engines, su)s Hint the whole
back pait of the stole was In Maun s
Alien he anlvid theie and that wIimi
lie chemical engine went ntoiitid no
lllvii street, flames weie seen to h
coming out thu alleyway tunning on
hind the Winston building
lei tie li eotinlei man from near hi
stated that ho was on the scene ,n
vioiis to the aulval of the engines aim
studied kerosene oil The Hume's
sec tiled to him to ave emit (led the
'I he Idea of Iniendlailsm seems to
he stieiigthcned by the fact that abi.it
a loitnlght ago an attempt '.as made
lo sit tire to a small building In the
vh lull) of tho River Mill, wlrlcli bum
ed down this morning. It will be re
uiniubciod that an Investigation v.a.i
made h the police ut the time, and it
wus found that a lot of cotton, sutur
utcd with benzine, hud been place.;
undei the house Hud II nut been tvr
the earl) discovery of tho lire, the u
suit then might have been as dUu
lions us that of this mninlnc
The hour c hose li foi the setting afln
ol the building was about the same as
the limit when the lite wus 111 si Ulhce-'
eied this morning.
Disposition of Engines.
At the Hist uluim this inclining, V.
glues 1 and J and Chcniuul I'ngluu No
I responde d to the i all and Inime'dlaiu
I) upon theli in i luil at th scene of
the the, it gi in ml alarm was suit In
li) Chief Thurston and Engines 3 mil
I lespondiil Their disposition wis
as follows No J, Rlvpr neai Jl.ng,
No. 2, Kekaiillke iind Hotel (removed
Inter to Smith and King cm account of
dungei of destruction b lire). No 3,
Muiinnkcu and King; No. 1, Kekau
like mid King After the llie was un
del control. .No J was shifted to I'.i
uuhl and -Manual,! a to save the Choc a
Thiuu was a sm'elt) of water upon
tin arrival of the engines, but It soot
swelled to greutu volumes and tai.
In stiung at the finish
Theio wus a wild minor afloat 'uS
morning Hint a Japanese woman an 1
hu child perished In the llames It
was said that the woman had rus:i; j
nut of onn of the buildings upon in?
flio mulling the building and tha"
stio was so excited she forgot her ) ,
by. Rushing back into the room Lio
Sizes and shapes adopted by
the Society of American Flor
ists. Standard Pots from 7-Inch up
have Patent Excelsior Bottom, -which
insures Perfect Drainage.
A large Invoice Just to hand
ex S. S. "Nevadan."
STANDARD FLOWER POTS
FERN DISH LINERS
SAUCERS, ETC., ETC.
PACIFIC. HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Co'y
PRCDERICK A. BUP.NHAM, President
Mutunl Reserve Buildlnjv - llrondwnv. New York
Third Largest Mutual Legal Reserve Company in the
State of New York
STATE OF NEW YORK INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
Albany, April nth, iooj
I I RANCI IIENDHIlK Supcrliitfndfnliif hmirn:, Do llrrb Crrtlty Hut
h Slut ut UfMTvc I unJ Lit AMUtlin no Mutual kewve I Ite Imuranec Com
r m t tf City of Nrw Wtc liawninrllei with all tlir requirement of law to t
iNrtirJ h uv.h .inponitlnn on rrlnciirptritiin anJ tluit it K aulhorleJ to tranail
itr r-Vines, nl Llie Injurance a -recltieJ Iniliel l?! Sut Ji Won ol Vitlon Srent
t Artiri. II nf the Insurance Law wltMn fill; State and tlidt uch hu.lne. ranptiftrl
N ertruMiJ in It
In Witnei-. Whereof I Iue liereunto uhvrlbeJ (n name uJ r ji -J
L s m (JttH U1 eal t N- ahuej In iiu-tkatr. Jt the Clt of Alfr-im t n
un it J 4 unJ jear firt ahrti written
SueilnlenJent uf lniin t
TOTAL ASSETS $5,790,-100.73
NET SURPLUS 466,885.48
DEATH CLAIMS PAID, over $50,000,000.00
FRANK L. WIINTER,
elouural Aijuiit 'I'urrltury ol lliiwull. .unl'OKI'ST.
i.iiii:iiAi. ti:h.ms maub with iu:maiiuU and enkhokt
utteiniptcel to icHcue thu I'liilcl, but w.m
luu line Shu unci licr cliild nciu ihi11
i.iiITik'1111'iI mni then liurnvil
'llie- iicjIIic urn the rumor dimu and
mum! ubtiiluti'l) nu until in It. Tlio
uoniiin ic'ii'iici! lu took luu cliild mrl
went In ii filemlV house un llereticnia
elicit. Unci cm, rtlic letinned lu
umn lu lc the icuiiiiliH uf liei Tor
iim i liuini .
Rapid Transit Running.
'llie Ijlllllllli; uf cili-s unci the il"
kliuilion uf the tiullcjH lu the ic,u
lt uf llie buint ellKtlict nu I I'll el
Ml eel. ilecntecl cars lielliK eut utur
llie line riiuulUK fimn the- bin H un l.i
p.ll nil eel to Kulllli .111(1 I.llillll ictr-et
nil uiM'limis flcilll .Mul.ll.l hells
iiuiihii neil hIhmiiI llie King all -cl
A sung ol men mux set lu woih et
mice mni, ui i M cm loci, iura ie
iiiiiiilni; lu the, Kcliuullko bticet
hwiIiIi cm Hotel stlcel. Theie tlio
p.cio-c iigeiH weiei trunsfcriud to cum
neui Hit bilclgu unci take lu theli i
iIuiik ilcutlniTHuiiH un iisuuf, '
Tin bin lit v.M ik were; cut out ami
new ki'UIuiik put in theli place. 'I hen
tin1 nolle), complete tliiuiigliuut, Alt
llfled lo the t"P uf tlio Raulel Viuniit
noil, wagon, them to'he left until new
pules eun be put In and the K)si-rii
put buck In Its oi Initial form.
Tlilx woih of putting up new pole
unci btilngliiK wires In. being ciuii'l
un M-i) l.iplilly by telephone and ulci
tile llKht conipaiiy gungs ulifu.
IiiMiiunce men haie been haul r,t
veji I. nil da), gettlnk thell llguieti .n
Hliape mid uiuking lnestlgatloui. Bov
nul uf thosu Interested mute tbut thu
lUMi amounted to momctliiug hetwo'ii
jii.niio unci $7.r..uoi and that about
thu e iuaiters of tills Id cm e led lit
(' I' .Mei illlehl. one- ut the unfuil'i
Utile- Icim-ik, xluteel tucluj that the
bullilliiK li' put up uitH only ioniiieted
about hlx Noel.H .mo and occliph-d
nliuitl) iilli'i' that time. It cohf Jhi.i
bOUK IlllllK oei $2,0(111 taeieit thj
hiillilliiK nnd hu had liiHinuiite fur on'
hull the ainmuit.
Kanae's Brave Deed.
Wlillu tliet llie w'ua nt ItH hnitect,
Ciiptiilu Kanae uf the police ilepail
mem did u er) biae deed Tlu'in
a a lone Japanese nuniun on t lid
upper Miundn uf one uf tlio River
stieet buildings and all about hi i
uele the llames, It mis Inipos 'ile
loi liei to ilo iin)thi?u but Jump fr.in
Hie M'laiulu Kane called to her to
lemain when- she wus, tool, off ii a
com, climbed tno polo, look tho worn
an on his shciul lers and then descoud
ed to ibe Kiaiiiid amidst tho plutiUlv
oi the admiring ciowd.
The Ilex James 11 lliilpln of SI
I'liilliU lie Saales tllillcli, lleiKluiei,
N V Is picsldent uf the Iloaid of
'I lucle of Unit tuwn He Is a keen IiuhI
nes mini He lias Just celehiated Ills
lupntlcth annHersarj in the piiest
huod. Some men upend a lot of money un
(unises In pbjslral culture M.I10
uoiildn t curl) up a stutlle uf toal cu
run a laftiiniowor If their lUes do
pviuleej on it Philadelphia Record
WAKE UP, REPUBLICANS.
llepiilillinns uf llilo District unci
cei) utbei clUtiict on tills Islnnd must
be up and dolni.'. The cauiialgn from
now until Nencinhci ulll nut be less
luiporliiiit than tho liii election held
lu the 1'eiilloi.v Wlkux has pi men
Ills lltlei wolthlessness as il Delegate
mni llie business Intel eMs uf the 'leril-
lor) att di tei mined that he shall not
gu back tu Washington In the cap.ielt)
uf Delegtitc- llanaliaiis, In i-onie sec
Hunt, of tin countiy, leallre the mis
take made In Nmeuibei, I ',100. unci the)
me uoiklng on u line hhh lingers de
feu I feu Wile ux lie t Nmcmbcr The)
lealUe- that the business iiltucsls uf
the people niu'-t nut be saillllced
I'lluie Cii Id bus dune much lowaid
Ineuliiitlng tin piosiessKe Idea uuioug
lluuiilliins tiiuiig thu Itcpuhlkans
un Oaliu and Kauai such sliengtb was
developed at the pi imailes that the)
bi'llee A (! M Itobcitson may be
elected if uuiiiinateil in comentlon
Hut Cupid Is still a pu'sslble nominee
b) the Rt public un part) If he will uc
cept it, the pait) will not endoiso him
ns the candidate of an) othei party
On tills Island Cupid '.s the candidate uf
the Hawaiian Aloha Ainu pally but
Just how lung that oiganlAitlon will
hold tugethei Is haid tu Bay, for theie
Is alieady u minor of dissension lu
the milks, Hut the dissension Is not
due to mi) dlffcicnie uf opinion tela
the tu u nominee for Delegate, Cupid
Is the man they want, and thell ol
will he unanimous on that store, but
tho sell lenient of u choice of candl
diite-fur House ami Senate Is fat fiom
complete. It Is said that J 1) Lewis,
who Is nnxious for election as a mem
her of the lower House1, anil whoi'e
nomination bus been pinctleally elecid
eel upon by the Republicans, haB been
Minted fui thu Senute b th leaders uf
the Aleilui Alna pull) Ami If this is
(Hilled out still gieatei dissension will
e untie Tbe an hill ul l'lliuo Cupid in
Hllo ma) muku c houses that w'll
stinlKliieu out this dilTIeiilt) Now ns
tu Itohcitsun He Is populai on Oalitl
and Is lerugnlziMl us nu able man lit
is ) 011111; and will have the support of
nil uf the )uiiiik otuis In Honolulu
and u majoilt) If not all uf the older
lesldents It Is doubtful, buwevei it
be (an get Biifllileiit votes of tho Hu
wullans lu elect hi in unless l'rlnce On
pul should udvlse bis fi lends to sip
putt him At this time this seems 1111
lll.i'l), fur It Is 1 u muted that I'l'tu
Cupid bus wiltteu his filends heio to
l.iiuvv irthe) want him to uin. Vllb
the little eiitbiisliism in Hllo among
Hie Republic uns it does nut seem 10s
Bible to the lleiuld that u Republican
cundldatu can win unless theie Is fu
shin. Seen tliiougb thu spec tai les ol
1111 O11I111 Itepubllcan, almost uii)thliu
In possible, but It must be lemembeicd
I hut diiilng the lust c-ampaigu Hono
lulu lie public mis cuntiibiited J3J,i)ll(
Iciwuid a t mid tu ruuy un the woik,
HII11 Republicans donated something
like J')U nnd theio is not even that
much In sight at piusent
llie lllasgow Corpoidtlon lias xoted
down a prupusitlou to allow blind per
1.0ns to tnnel freu uver the munlplcal
x and Trust Co,
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U. B. Gray. Treasurer? A. V n
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. X
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keeca, J. A. LyU
It J. M. Little, ti. B. Boyd.
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(eneral banking business.
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W. M. Alexander. .Second Vice PreB.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
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,Go. R. Carter Auditor
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, Sugar Co.. Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co.. Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co,
'Kahulul Railroad Co.,
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1 W. M. GifTard.. Second Vice President
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Queen 8treet, Honolulu, T. H.
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Suear Plant. f?n.. Onnmon Qn4 r
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co.,HaleakaIa Ranch Co.,
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C. M. Cooke, President; George
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Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wo
terhouso and Geo. R. Carter. Directors.
THE VON HAMM-Y0UN6 CO..
are now offeilng the famuus
at such low prices that you cannot af
foid to let the opportunity go They
aie to cool and tho price so 1 11111(01 1
iible that they seum niado loi thW
the old Sewing Machine Agent, Is stllli
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