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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY AUGUST 25, 1902.
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at 120 King Street, Honolulu.
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WALLACE H. FAIIHINGTON.. Editor
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t (il ST 25. 1902
The high dle ait as a means or
escaping officers of the law was dis
credited b Sunda) s Aula Imldeut.
Kcn rrac) In all his wild caieer
assiduous!) aolded attempts at f 1 i 1 n k.
The Ministerial Union was not so far
oil after all In registering a piotett
against a possible street fair. Judging
from the action of the Grand Lodge
of Elks. The Elks hae round that the
street fairs haxe de eloped on lints
which will not Justlf) further sanction
by that organization.
Mark Twain's "Huckleberry 1'lnn" Is
In a fair wa to hae another big sale.
The Dener public llbrui) has exclud
ed the book from Its shcUcs on tho
ground that It Is Immoral and sacrlll
gloiis. l)ener must be experiencing
one of those waxes of morallt) that fur
nish amusement for the leading pub
lic. The flic laddies seem to bo the only
oms who make anything out of tun i
serious conflagrations but thove xxho
obscrxe the character of their work
haxe no doubt that cxer) check pre
sented In recognition of their serxlcej
Is richly deserved. Whatrxer short
comings this city may haxe there cau
be no doubt of Its tire ilepaitmtut tak
ing a place wltb the bctt an) city of tho
Mainland can offer.
The Young Men's Hcpubllcan Club
ought to take adx'antage of the post
ponement of ex-Senator Thurston's
speech to secure If possible a large,
meeting place than the Orpheum.
This opening rally will be the
roost largel) attended of any likely to
be held during the campaign and umplu
provision should be made for th
crowds. Senator Thurston Is a man
chose oratory will attract men of all
parties and the laigest assembly hall of
the city will be none too extensixe to
accommodate his audience.
WHAT FUSION MEANS.
Walluku Republicans and Demo
rrats are haxlng the old time struggle
with the problem of fusion that has
xxorrled the mlncU of politicians slncM
the game began. Both ldea bellexo
fusion necesar to success lloth ob i
.leu lu surrendering party Ic'cntlty. lhu
stronger Hcpubllcan wing wishes to
axold giving new strength to a pan
which may become a xlgotous oppo
nent in the future, and the numerical
ly weak Demoeiatle wing refuses to
forego Its party Integrity and be swal
lowed up by Its more poneiful friend
And there )ou are.
And there )Ou will continue to tin
uuless the leaders of the movement get
down to the bed lock object of a fusion
program, and allow the party Indlxl
duality to remain unmolested. Fusion
which demands that candidates shall
sign any other party rolls than their
own Is absorption. Strict party men
can hardly be expected to accept sluch
a proposition. This Is the fusion that
loads tu confusion, dlxislon of forces
and the election of Home ltulo candi
dates. As tho Bulletin understands the
situation, tho single object In view Is
tho defeat of the. Wilcox ticket, Il b
lug taken for granted that n comblna
tlon between Democrats and Republi
cans Is ncccEBary to defeat tho Home
Rule candidates If such Is tho case,
the only basis of successful fusion la
an agreement on the proportion of rep
lesentatlon to be granted the contract
ing parties I'aity platforms, party
pledges and ex en party principles must
be oxerlooked to a certain extent. It
amounts to an endorsement of Indi
vidual Democrats by the Republicans
and a like courtesy extended to the Re
publicans by their, for the time being.
The most distinct pledge that can
properly bo asked of a fusion candi
date Is that he will not be party to
wasting legislative time foolishly Ami
this pledge uupposedly goes without
saying. The only questions Rcpubli
cans haxe to decide Is whether they
require Democratic nsslstonco and
whether the additional votes to be
gained warrant putting aside one of
their own party men Quibbling oxer
signing the rolls or acceptance of n
party platform Is so much time wasted
blnce It brings up a scries of party dif
ferences as old as the hills and' sup
posed to be inbred In the character of
MRS. GERTZ ACCUSES
MR. MAGOON IN COURT
LANAI SALECONFIRMEDBY JUDGE
GEAR ATTORNEYS SHUT
OFF IN THE ORDER OF
Judge Gear this morning confirmed
the l.anal pioperty sale bj A. Barnes
lommlssloncr. There was much prior
iiigument by nttnrue for the Scleral
parties, consuming tho larger part of
I the morning It was after 12 o'clock
when the court announced an end of
chambers and probate matters, and for
m.ill) opened the term seslon.
A doen attorn?) i were standing on
the lloor at oiue. half of tlicrn talking
In conierted dlcord 'Die court sat
on them all. as the time had elapsed
Mr Magoon persisted In asking foT
leae tu Introduce some matter, and
was disposed of by recehlng an order
to present the matter to Georgti Lucas,
clerk, within one minute An the
ilerks on duty leaxc at 12 sharp unless
otherwise directed, the order was too
late to be of ue.
Defore the order of motions was clos
ed. Mrs. C Gcrtx appeared In person
to file an amended bill In ecjult) for
lexocation of foreclosure of mortgage.
The foreclosuie In question was execut
ed sexen )ears ago an.1 has been con
firmed by the Supreme Court on ap
peal. Judge Gear Informed the suitor that
her motion was made too late. He ex
pressed sympathy for her and knew of
no way to haxe the case reopened.
Mrs Gertz In some excitement cl
manded her rights under the consti
tution and going back to a tablo where
she had bei n sitting all morning pic ked
up a law book and called the court's
attention to a maiked passage In It.
She declaimed against J Alfred Mil
goon as haxlng been the author of a
conspiracy to deprlxe her of her prop-
ert). pointing her linger at the attor
tie) named who was standing by the
Jur) box Turning round she Indicated
Cecil llrown as knowing all about tho
V. O. Smith Interxeneil to Say that,
as attorney for Mrs Forbes, purchaser
of the foreclosed proper!) at Knwala
h.io. his lnxestlgatlons convinced him
that the transaction was straight so far
as his client was concerned. At tho
same time he would he xcry glad If it
were at all feasible to glxc the peti
tioner a rehearing. She had a grlex
ancc and he s)mpathlzed wltb her.
Mrs Gertz made another Impassion
ed appeal for justice, haxlng In tho
first place noted exceptions to the
court's ruling. She quoted the con
stitution and Inxoked the name of
President Hoasexelt In behalf of bei
lights. Mrs. GerU administered a
sharp rebuke to sex era 1 law)crs who
were laughing, and finally Insisted on
tiling her amended bill, which Judgu
Gear ordeied the clerk to recclxe, at
the same time promising to take the
document under consideration.
Ktlltnr Hllii Trillium 1 Ik1i In snv
to my friends throughout the Territory
who have been kind enough to eonsid
er my name In connection with tin
nomination for Congress. That I
haxu not. am not, mid will not bo u
candidate for the Republican nnnilnu
lion as Delegate to Congress, and my
name will not go before the Republic
an Territorial Convention toi the noiiii
nation. While I am a stulwuit Repub
He an yet, since assuming the bench. 1
have not taken any pint In politics
whatever, and, whenever I conclude lo
do so. m friends will not bu lell In
doubt as to the course I shall pursue
or the plaifurm upon which I shull
stand. Very respectfull).
(1 F. LITTLE,
llllu. Hawaii, August 21, 1'juJ.
A HARMONIOUS CHANT.
I illlo Tribune)
To come down to tho strict truth,
politically, who can boast of a wllllng
nes to harmonize all factions7 This
question applies both to Republican
and to people of all parties. There are
cceral loud olces lifted Just now, nil
chanting harmony. Harmony meuns
union, unity of purpose.
In Hawaiian politics divlsho btrlfe
Is the predominant feature This is ex
plained by the fact that every man or
coterie of men in politics In this Terri
tory harbors tho ldeu that tn tho suc
cess of their own IndU.Uual wishes Is
to come tho greatest good that can bu
gained by tho Hawaiian public With
in tbo different parties, each worker
or gang of workers Is thoroughly con
vinced that In the achievement of per
sonal plans Is tu bo found" the highest
This Is as illogical as It Is dertlmcn
tal to the public good. It may be a
condition from which there is no es
cape, but it Is a condition, which, so
long us It remains with us will make
politics In Hawaii the peanuttiest poli
tico under the flag
There can be no headway In the
direction of harmony unless those who
are proposing harmonious action show
some disposition to concede.
The Last Straw.
"Bankruptcy stares mo In the face'"
"And is thero no hope?" asked his
"Just one," replied the unfortunate
man, "and et my father often told
mc novel to sacrifice tho roof above
my head. Hut this is the bitter end. I
am going out to moitgage my Panama
The lost bark Ceylon was the essel
that biought the organ for St. An
drew's cathedral here from lloston
around Cape Horn In the year 1881.
Yesterday afternoon at about 2:30
o'clock, Aka, a Hawaiian, made a leap
from a 50-loot roof with about a thou
sand spectators (o witness It.
Aka. who lived with his wife In a
tenement house adjoining tho old Chi
nese theater, Aala lane, had had some
tiouble with her, and. )i brooding over
It, had gone suddenly lnane As ho
threatened to do xlolcnce, the police
were dispatched to take him In charge
)csterday morning, but Aka escaped,
and, climbing through a sk) tight in the
roof of his house, went out on the roof
of the adjoining building. The police
tried scxeral times to come near him.
but owing to the peril of the situation
nothing was accomplished before Offi
cer McDiiIfle arrived nt about 2 o'clock.
In xain did the police try to Induce
Aka to come back. The Hawaiian
kept a cloe watch on the officers and
would not let them approach. He
threatened that in case an) one came
after him he would throw that man
and himself oxer the edge. "Glxc me
a gun and one shot. That Is all
want," said the fellow
In the meantime a large crowd had
collected near the building and the sit
uation became so Intolerable that Mo
Duffle decided to put an end to It. He
and Officer Duncan climbed up to the
top of the roof and from there they
lowered Manuel Garcia the I'orto Ri
ca n Interpreter, down the roof by a
The exents xvhleh followed were,
watched with breathless excitement by
the crowd. Garcia plueklly went for
Aka, who, catching hold of Garcia,
tried to pull him down. Garcla's posi
tion was a very dangerous one. He
was kept from death only by a thin
clothesline and McDutfie and Duncan
had to strain every muscle to hold
their man back from the edge of tho
Finally, Officer Sllva went to tho
aid of Garcia. As soon as Aka saw
him. ho threw himself flat on the toof
and peered for n moment Into tho
depth below Then he suddenl) raised
himself and. throwing his hands up
above his head, threw himself head
long into space as gracefully as If ho
were performing a high dlxc.
Aka onl escaped death by a mir
acle. He wa railing head downward
xxhen his mouth struck a who clothes
line with such force that the line snap
ped. This bloke much of the force of
his fall and turned his body around.
A Hawaiian who was standing close
by caught him and further broke tho
tall. A broken hip and a few
scratches wbr all the Injury Akn ob
tained fiom his terrible leap.
Aka Is a well-known Hawaiian In thu
Aala neighborhood. He Is known a
a good ban-ball player and has long
held the position of shortstop in tha
Immediately following Aka's sensa
tional leap two more exciting Inci
dents happened. As Officer Sllva xvas
descending fiom the loof, he was sud
denly attacked by throe Chinese, one
of whom bioke a thick hau-wood stick
oxer his head Sllxn. howexer. soon
nxerpoweied his assailants, who xxcre
placed under arrest and taken to the
Hack-diiver Mike Costello was driv
ing from Aala lane acioss the Rapid
Transit track when his ilg was struck
b a" electric ear The had
mashed and Costello had hi
The hack was
wrist Injured A passmger In the
hacK escaped without Injur).
(Continued from fage, l.)
the Sunn me Court and the Circuit
Judges to appoint suih additional num
ber of bailiffs as ma be deemed neces
sjrj and while providing the rate of
compensation per day foi such addi
tional olllccri, does not limit tho
amount which may be expended for
lhih purpote during the biennial or any
period. This fact furnishes strong rca
on for believing that It was not thu
intention of the I.eglslatme to author
ize, b Act 10 Itself, the pa inent of any
of the salaries or compensation named
Il U not to be presumed that the Legis
lature Intended to leae It to an exeeu
tleoi to a Judicial officer to cleteimlne
without limitation, the amount to be
expended for a certain purpose. Wo
think that the limitation was, as usual,
piesciibed. and that It Is tu be founU
In the Item cf J30.00U above refened lo
appropriated In Act t of the extru ses
sion Thu claii'C In the title, ami provid
ing for the payment of such conipcn
tatiou," Is held not gtillkicnt to out
weigh the considerations In fuvnr of
the lew that the Act made no appro
priation and fr'avo no authority to the
Treasurer to pa It Is legiidecl prob
able, further, that the Leglidature Itself
practically construed Section 5 of tho
Ilalllff Act within three months after
Its passage, when In Act 3 of tho extra
beslon it passed an item for salaiy of
the Supieme Court bailiff as if to show
that It did not consider any appropria
tion was made In the IlallilT Act. .Moie
over, It is taken that the Circuit
Judges themselves have similarly con
strued the Act by appiovlng vouchen
for salaries -of bailiffs drawn agalust
the expense Item of 130,000,
The contention against the authority
for tilling the vacancies In the couil
made by the absence of Chief Justlcj
Krear and Justice Oalhraith Is icgarded
as raising a question of "considerable
Importance," affecting, as It does. In
addition to tills class of cases, causes
submitted under Ad 18 of the Laws of
Ib'.'b, anil the court says it 'detcivcs
careful and elaborate argument No
such argument has been presented In Capt I'aiktT
agreed cases submitted under Act lijsonn, John diumblo I). Claik
Just leferred to, tho practice li.ib been I bung, The Light llilgado
to appoint substitute Justices I'lidtr
all or tho ciicymstanci-s, wo rollow the
past practice and nssume jurisdiction "
The Bulletin, 75 unU per month.
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 largo Invoice just to hand
ex S, S. "Novadan."
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, - ISrondv ny. New York
Third Largest Mutual Legal Reserve Company in the
State of New York
STATE OF NEW YORK INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
Albany. April ?th 190a
I FRASCK HENDRICKS, SuirliitfnJ?nt ( lnurnre. Do Hereby Certify, Hut
ttir .Mutual Revue I und Lile Aocltfnn, now Mutiul Rtvrvr Lit Imurante Com-r-jn
of the City ol New orK hjiiotnpttej lth all t?te requirement, of Uw to h
nbvrved by uih corporation on reincorporation, and that It l authorized to transact
the hitlnrt ol Life Insurance m specified In the hirst Sub-divlilon of Section Seventy
ot Article II t the Insurance Law within thi State und that such business can proper!)
be tnrutrd to it.
In Wlnw Wliereof I tue hereunto Mjbvribed ntv name aud caused
Lj n OficUl eil to be atfixed In duptkale it the l-ltyof Alban on
un the day and earfirt aboc written
Supertnlendent of Insurance
TOTAL ASSETS $5,790,400.73
NET SURPLUS 466,885.48
DEATH CLAIMS PAID, over $50,000,000.00
FRANK L. WINTER,
Outiurul Auont Tui-rltol-y of Haiwnll, nmi'OHTHT.
LIBERAL TERMS MADE WITH RELIABLE ANO ENEROEr
The Scottish Thistle Club had on
Saturday night last one of tho best
times In the hlstoi) of the organiza
tion. It was a cry quickly gotten up
affair and. like impromptu ncnt gen
erally. It prood a great microns. Theie
was a large icprcscntatlon of the
members of the club present. Chief
T M llae acted as chairman, opening
the cloning's session with the follow
We meet heie this evening us
Scotchmen with mil friends tu maik
with our henity good will the ciuwnlug
ui our King and Ills gracious cniu-uit
"The ad Illness of Ills Majestj. ne
cessitating the postponement of oilgl
mil plans for the (emulation mi June
j"i, came to us as a darU iloud out of
.1 Icur sly. We weie stunned as
though a member ol our own fumll)
was threatened with death. The na
tion as one mail tinned to Cod. und
piaerH poured forth from every heart
asklliB foi bis ieeoerj. and, thank
(lod, these piujeis hno been unswci
" "(icid works in a mysteilous wny
His wondeis to peiform.'
"And what was louKed upon ns n na
tional calamity has doubtless tinned
out to be possibly a blessing In dis
guise, and has offeied the opportunity
to let loose fiom millions of his sub
jects shouts of loyalty and uccinma
tions of Joy.
i'rom all accounts lecehed the cor
onation on '.ill lust, passed uff with a
miiKiilllcencc) anil medieval r1oi snub tl"ns. uie u unit in fuoi ol county gov
as the woild has seldom seen. The eminent Consequently, ir the Hepub
holc'inu ci'iemonv at Westminster All I Henna would win, they must put a
be) was duly and woithlly celebrated.
shoitciii cl to some extent to piuent
the possibility or fatigue to Ills Maj
est) It Is bald tbc King loukol loyjl
every Inch of him, and entered with
majestic energy Into all tha Eeivlcc.
"Queen Alexandra, the pi'i&onilicii
tlon of iiiieenl) dignity, looked liei
ery best, and pioud mutt hau been
King Kdward tu be accompanied uy
sueh u consent."
The icmalnder of tho pio(,i.mi wi
To.ut. King and Queen
Hespouded io b) A. Lang
Song, Hule Britannia I). Clark
Song, Jack Came Hume Today..,.
Toast. The 1'iesldeut or thu United
Hespondcd to by It. M. Mac-Alley
Vlolm (.election I). Glass
.Song, Maxwulton Ilrues Aiu Honulo
hung Itobln Adull . It ;! MncAlle)
I s0nK Asleeu lu the Deep
Toast. The Hrltlsh Emplie
Responded to by Tom Lindsay
Song, The Ho)s ol the Old llilgado
Sung, Suldleis ot thu Queen
Song, Jeanlce Shaw Ed, Mnnro
Selection on tJ'O Penny Whistlu
Toast, The Land Wo Live In
Responded to by Ml. Whtu
Gallic Song Capt. MarAllery
Violin selection Mr Innes
Dance, Highland Fling
I). Me-lntosh .McKcule
Song, Sailing Ed. Mnnro
Mouth organ selection. . Mr Shand
Song. The Hol Clt .... I). Clark
Song. The Maple Leaf t'oiuicr ..
Reeitutlnn, A Baptist Minister's
Sermon Mr. Hughes
Song, (iolflng. .
. . .11. W Anderson
. . . . J. L. Corkburn
Auld l.aiiR S)iie
un the piano.
und Hod Hate the
lly tin- Conipan)
iictecl as accompanist
IF NOT, THEN WILCOX.
I Maul News
Inland politic s aic uHsumlim an uc ute i
phase cm Maul, mid within the next
lew weeks some very InteiestliiK bis
for) will bu made which will haw a
direct bearing on the welfare of tbo
I '""""I" f,,r 80n"' ,'u"' '" l,",ne- Tvul
'J' "" l"" "' " iur m
telllgent fusion was totally cllsiegard-
ins uur iiiu same pica iiiccis
only u half-hearted lespunbu. The lie
publican party is finely oigaiilzcd and
Hclf-iullL'nt, tho llomn Iluleis han
closed up their tanks for tho battle,
and the Democrats uie waiiderliig aim
IckkI) aiciuiid without u'lcadet. Now
there Is no question but that the Inter
ests of the Islands would be Jcopurdlz
ed li) the election of the llomu Hutu
ticket. It Is no less truu that tbo Ha
wulluns, icgaidlcsH of party uffllla
I planU In their plutfoim fawning conn
ty gow'iiimcnt. If they would ictain
powei Indefinitely, they must puss such
a bill, to taKu elteet immediately after
the adjournment of the Leglsliiturc.
The bill should piuWdc that tho (lov-
hi nor tempoiurlly nppolni all county
ulTlceiH. to Heiw until the next tegular
election in 1U0I;, after which a'j such
olTlieis should be elected. If tile Ho
public ante iucj long heiided, large-heart
ed and wise enough to do all this, thu
fiitmo of the Islands will temaln lu
theh bauds Indefinitely. U not Wil
cox. MR. DAMON'S VIEW.
S M Damon, the able financier,
lakes a cheerful lew of the future anil
newspaper. He sets the date ror bcttci
times after the linnest of the next su-
" crop, about ten months hence Mr
1 DJliion Is piobubl) coirect, for ill the
mienui tne-io will bo a session or the
I.eglslatun) and or Congress, anil one
,r both of tlieso bodies mil) do some-
tiling foi Ibe Tenltory. und this, fol
lowed by a good crop or sugar ut bet
tn than the present pilces, will do
much towiinl putting Hawaii once mon
on her f t-t
ililstiil, Kiiglaml, bas munlc IpalUeil
Its ducks and bulbars at a cost of he-
tween J10,UOO,OUO and J15,U0U,000.
and Trust Co.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
CAPITAL, $250,000.00. .
President , Cecil Brown
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Cashier W. G. Cooper
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Intetest allowed for yearly deposits At
the rate of 4 1-2 per cent per annutd.
Rules and regulations furnished up
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Commercial and Travelers' Letten
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Chartered Bank of India. Australia anil
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W-jago estates (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bond, ata.
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Deposit received. Loan made is !
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Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex
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Pioneer Building and Loan
A0SET8, JUNE 8a, 1801, 160,0414?
Mosey loaned en approvea security
A Having Bank for monthly deposits
House built on the monthly lniiall
Twenty-third Serle of Stock I mm
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0. B. Gray, Treasurer: A. V. Gear
DIItECTOnS 3. L. McLean. A
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, O. U. Gray
1. D. Holt, A. W. Keeca. J. A. Ly'
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The Yokohama Specie Bank
dubjcrlbod OapUaj.... Yen Ii.000.OtX
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,00(
Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,00ft
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The Bank buy Bind receives tor col
lection Bill ot Exchange, Issues Dratti
ciuu liners or ureatt, and transacts
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. per annum
For 12 months 4
For 6 months i)
For S month 1
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., 11. Ring Stree
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Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
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Real Estate, Insurance, Collection.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box G53; TeJ Blue 781; Rood
s, BprfckeJs Bulldrbf.
The Bulletin, 75 cent per month.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company cl
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Fblla-
delcnla. Pa.. U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder) .New York, u.u.a.
N, Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's 8tcam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALB:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lueol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold.water paint). In wblto
Filter Press Clothe. Cement, Lime atd
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugat Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro vVo,t, St Louis, Mb
The Standard CU Co
The Geo. F. Dlaki .jtcam Pumps.
The New Englaad Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pre.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. n. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AOENTS fur Hawaiian Commercial A
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nablku Sugar Co., Klbel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Ocx,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice Presided
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr.. . . .Troas. and Sec.
Oeo. J. Ross Audltoi
AGENTS OF THE
! Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FftANCISCO, CAL.
LIFE and FIDE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Lid.
Queen Street, Hunolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookul
Sugar Plant Co, Onomoa Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co, Walluku Sugar Co,.
ranKue eugar uo,ualuakala Ranch Co,
The Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Lino ot
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson. Manacer: E. P. tllhniv
Treasurer and Secretary: Col. W. V.
Alien, Auditor; i c. Jones, H. Wiv
terbouBo and Geo. R. Carter, Directors,
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
are now offering tho famous
at such low prices that you cannot af
ford to let tho opportunity go. They
aro so cool and tbo prlco so comfort
able that they seem made for tbts
the old Sewing Mbchlne Agent, 1b mil.
In business at 942 BETHEL 8TREET,
Stock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic. National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
THE DEUCE YOU SAY
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