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AUGUST 2fi. ISOi
These Hie the dajg when the wel
fare of the part) should take picved
tnoc ocr all factional roiiMilciatlons
The Hepubllcan party is out to win.
Demociats aie out for tht highest
bidder to maintain their p.ut.v Integ
rity, thereby prolng th.it ability to
worry the other fellows Is a politlc-dl
asset of no mean proportions.
Between a dltonc case In the Clr
tult Court and a profane language af
fair In the police dispensary, of Jus
tice the mothcr-ln-law is upholding
lifr reputation In time honored style.
Delegates to the Territorial unci Dis
trlct conventions cannot secure a bet
ter Instillation for their Important par
ty labois than they obtain by listening
to ex-Rtnator Thurston's campaign
speech of Saturday night. Thurston
is a man to whom the nation turns in
dajs of Vharp political contests for
If future leglslatms want an exam pi"
Of the udxautages to lie gained by ex
tending the lire limits they hae only
to note the results of the two most le
cent Hies. A block of Chinatown
wooden buildings was reduced to
ashes before the department had time
to turn around, while a far moie stub
born blaze In the Campbell block was
held In check by tho brick nails of
modern business blocks. The policy
that faca money to property lioldera
by. allowing the eicition of flimsy
wooden buildings fulfills the old adage
of saving at the spigot and wasting at
President iioosevclt ktartled tho
newspaper lepiesentathes at Oyster
Ua some weeks ago by suddenly ills
appearing, and when discovered tho
next morning It was found the Chief
Executive of the nation huckspeut the
night in an old fashioned camping trip
with his bojs. He slept in the open
wrapped in nn Indian blanket and
cooked his breakfast over a camp lire
In the morning. Ol nil the 1'iesldents
of recent ears there havp been none
who struggled harder to get away
from official surroundings and for a
short time at least be u bo) again. If
llooaevelt llnc'.s he can do It success
fully there will doubtless b many of
his successors follow the good example.
The grinding. Incessant caies of office
have wrecked the health of nearly
every President except Cleveland who
of all the long list of Illustrious Ameil
tans appeared to thrive on eighteen
hours a day of application to official
BUSINESS IN TRANSPORTS.
Every Army transport that makes
this port in consequence ot stress of
weather or accident starts a general
comment among business men and In
many Instances regret that Honolulu
now gets none of tho tiansport traf
llc formerly obtained through Hono
lulu being a regular port of call on the
Sanv Francisco-Manila route. When a
shipload of soldiers begins to spend
money In the town and the money for
transport supplies gets Into circula
tion among the business houses, wo
then appreciate what is lost by Ho
nolulu having been to all Intents and
purposes wiped off the map so far as
tbu War Dcpaitmcnt Is concerned. The
trade Honolulu ought to have Is going
Various leasons are given for this
state of affairs. Among them are the
numerous complaints tiled In Washing
ton on tho depredations committed by
FOldlers here, dissatisfaction of trans
port officials with the tteatment ex
tended by the Honolulu business com
munity and the Government, and tbu
old-time statement that tho northern
route Is shorter. Whether one or all
these facts or suppositions have a di
rect bearing on the commands of the
War Department has never been deter
mined and eo far as known no concert
ed effort has ever been made to find
out, nor has any movement been made
to hold thlB truffle which means thou
sands of dollars cash spent In this
town by each and every Government
There Is not a city In the United
Washington Times. V
William T. Jerome made flu tiddresa another thing. If anybody can argue
the other day which has generally been
construed as being In pralce of force,
Mr. Jerome thinks that Ideals arc of
no alue without "steam" behind them,
a view in which most people wlfl prob
ably agree. Hut together with the re
cent disposition to exalt the strenuous
life, there Is a tendency to belittle
those who arc called nspostles of force.
It Is north whllo for thoughtful per
sons to consider Just what force means
In the world.
The line should be clearly and
strongly drawn between force exerted
for merely pctsonal and selfish ends,
and force exerted on behalf of a prin
ciple, or for personal reasons which aro
not Injurious to the community. There
Is one sort of force which Impels Hi
posckoi to oerrldc and bully ecty-
body who Is opposed to him, and It ma J
be added that a character of this sort
seldom opposes Itself to a stronger
fori c. It is wti apt to bo found on the
side of the oppressor, toadjlng In Its
own peculiar wa to nn Influence whlcrt
it cannot fight without some danger
That tort of force Is really not force at
all. It Is mcicly a blustering form of
cowatdlce. it Is a confession of a
moral weakness which needs ph)slcal
strength to bolster It up and ghe It a
True force of charaiter, however, Is
hs f m n "s - c. r. rs pa Ma na pa
biatcs that would allow this tiado to
pass out of Us hands with such appar
ent supreme Indifference ns Is now and
has been shown by Honolulu. Wc arc
looking for tourist trade and heto is an
army of t,ocrumcnt tourists passing
to a foreign poit each month that has
good money to spend and is cry free
in Its c.xpendltuics. The (30,000 a
cnr sought fiom the boiled-shirt tour
ist traffic i an be made SG0.U00 If the
khaki tianspoit trade Is looked after.
,s a pure matter of business (his
city cannot afford to lose this trade.
It ought not to be possible nud will
not be possible for the northern routo
advantages to overcome Honolulu's
claim as an American poit. If the bus
iness organisations of the city will set
about making proper icpicsentatlons
to th officials In Washington. If It
be true that the Department Is not
satisfied with the character of bubl
uets comti'sy offered by Honolulu, it
Is within the province, it Is the duty,
of our business organizations to learn
the cause of dissatisfaction and devise
wnjs and means to establish better
leellng toward the clfy.
Honolulu wants business; it wants
money trom outside soutces. lly going
after the transport business It can till
one very Important long-felt waut. To
an intents unit purposes mm trade ran
be had for the usklng, but uur people
mav rest assured that it will not come
this way without some effoit on their
pait. No dcpaitmcnt of the Govern
ment will mako Hawaii business and
financial presents. Tho tiadc must bej
Shall Honolulu get tho transport
trade? is a question on n par with all
public questions that have to do with
the building tip of this city as the com
meielal and shipping center of the Pa
clllc. Honolulu must have more than
one string to its ptogiesslve develop
ment bow If It Is to accomplish re
sults that count In United States gold
When- does the Merchants' Associa
tion stand on this question? That Is
the otganlatluu the pcop.e are looking
to foi action. It has Inspired confi
dence by the vigorous way In which
it takes up matters of general business
inteiest. Is It to he floored by the
ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF TROUS
ERS. I London Telegraph.)
Most people will be surprised to hear
that trousers, as at present worn by
the male portion of humanity, have Just
celebtated their centenary, but, accord
In gto Fashion, such Is undoubtedly tho
case. They "came In" on account of
the high living prevalent a hundred
years ago. This produced a good deal
of gout, whose twinges the tight-fitting
costume In use at that period made un
bearable. Hence the Invention of tho
wider form of garment, which soon
became popular and was adopted by
many rojal personages at home and
abroad. Among the dandles of the pe
riod, however, the new style was re
garded with contempt, and when Al
mack's was at Its height as a fashion
able resort the great Duke of Welling
ton was once refused admission be
cause he presented himself In trousers
Instead of the (for that time) orthodox
ntthci garments. So far has their sway
now- extended that they threaten to
supplant even the Scottish kilt.
PREMIUMS ON GOLD DOLLARS.
The United States gold dollar is so
scarce that dealers in old and rare
coins are advertising everywhere for
them, offering from $1.50 to $3 apiece
for as many as they can gf'U
Since 1889 the United States mints
have not coined any gold dollats. Since
then their value has Increased steadi
ly. In the mint In this city, where the
dies for nil United States etirtency are
made, a reporter was yesteida given
the present valuo of a gold dollar of
Those marked C. (Carson City) aro
worth from $1.70 to $2.50. Those mark
ed D. (Denver) aro worth from $2 tu
$2.50; those marked S. (San Francisco)
are worth from $2 to $3, and those
without any mark, Indicating they
were minted at Philadelphia, are worth
from $1.50 to $1.70.
with the slightest show of reason that
a good weak man Is more admirable
than a good strong man, It would bn
Interesting to hear the argument.
There are men who have not force of
character enough to do wrong, and
others who refrain from doing wrong
simply because they dare not fue the
consequences. There Is no goodness
which will stand a test in that sort ot
character. The man who Is needsd
most In the world Is the man who docs
right because he sees that It Is right,
and would do it whether punished or
rewaided. We can get nlont without
the individual who Is so touchy tihout
what he calls his honor that he cannot
he satisfied without the privilege of
calling other mm names which, he re
gards u; Insulting if applied to himself.
If humanity is to be considered high
er than the game cock, these bragging
ideals will have to go out of fashion.
It Is not enough that a man is u-ady to
lescnt an insult to his wife ir his sis
ter, If he is capable of offering no to
another man's wife or siste- ar ctdiigh
ter. That sort of strenuousness led to
the corruption of old Itor.ic. The man
who Insists that all women thall be
treated with fespect, whether thcro
happens to be a hedge of refinement
and male protectors about them r not.
Is the one whose Influence tels foi real
to s Rs Pa Rs rw rx ins ft Pe r rta 13
QUESTION OF HEREDITY.
l'rof. Carl II. Elgenmann of Indiana
University, In a recent It'suc of the
Popular Science Monthly, states a his
opinion that mental peculiarities am
trausmlsslble. Sometimes ono mental
trait of the patents Is transmitted to
one child, while others are transmitted
to another. However, allowance Is
made for the effect of environment, es
pecially of education, overcoming
tiulton has determined just how
much, on nn average, each ancestor
contributes 'to the peculiarities of an
Individual. The parents together con
tribute one-half of the total heritage,
the four grandparents together ouo
fourth, the eight gieat-giundparents
one-eighth, the sixteen gieat-great-grandparents
one-sixteenth, and all lh
remainder of the ancestry one-slx-ttenth.
Referring to this. Dr. Elgenmann
says: "This law explains another
that the offspring of exceptional pa
tents nrc.on an a crimeless exceptional
than their parents. Supposing that th.
average might of two parents exiecds
the average height of the nice by three
Inches. The average of the grand
parents ond lemoter ancestors will dif
fer ftom the uverage height of the race
by much less than this. Since the an-
'tow bejond the patents contribute
"c;!""f mi" h'ri,e, of tl,c ';
dividual, they will net as a drag to pull
tlu niiinal toward inedloctity, lu
me present case by one Inch. This law
acts Impaillally, so that the offspring
or tne extremely good and the extteme-
ly bad are both saved torn the fate of
their parents. This regrestlon towanl
mediocrity may readily he overcome
by selective bleeding. In racehoisu
breeding. If the untestry has been good
for tluee or four generations, the test
ate not considered.
Mediocre paientngc lias little or nj
Influence on the talents of the off
spring. "Among mankind we trust
largely for our exceptional men to ex
tteme variations occurring among the
commonplace." Men of genius ate ne
cessarily Itolated. In that they posses
out lew relations exceptional!) gifted
PASSING OF FIESTAS.
I Denver Republican.
The citizens of I.os Angeles are dis
cussing the question of abandoning the
uesta wnicti lias been made such a
potent source of advertising lu recent
)ears. The people have become apa
thetic and the fiesta no longer has lu
old power to charm.
It Is doubtful If thete is any city In
the United States outside of New Or
leans wheie an annual spectacle con
sisting largely of street pageants will
hold Its charm. The Now Orleans
Mardl Oras will doubtless be a perma
nent feature of Crescent City life for
the teason that there Is Just enough
French strain In the conimtinlt) to
maintain Interest In tho affSlr. St.
Louis' veiled prophet celeluutlon Is not
such an Important event us In past
jeats. and no doubt It will utterly puss
away under tho overshadowing In
flucnce of tho Louisiana I'liiehuse Ex
position. Denver's festival of moun
tain and plain will not be held ugaln,
though It attracted public attention for
HU KUOKOA ON MOLOKAI.
In yesterday's "Ke Alakal" Is con
tained an article on a meeting of na
tives held ut Kulaupapa on tho 15th
Inst., when tho principles of tho JIul
Kuokoa vveio endorsed, There were
In the neighborhood oi two huudral
people present and tho following vveio
elected officers of tho bir.neh or the
new party ut tho Settlement:
Ino. K. Kahllltia, president.
Juo. D. Kahalc, vice preslcleut.
M. Iloloplnai, secretary.
H. K. Akamu, nsslstant secretniy.
David Kuialoml, treasuier.
Jno. Knhale. H, K, Akamu and Dav
id Kalalontl, members of the executive
Belglum'u population by tho luul
census Is (,.79!),9Sy. Tbu largest tit
les are Antwerp, 278,039; ltiiisselu.
1S7.U5; Ohetit. 102,291; l.leio, 109,.
210. Tho population or Mechlin Is
50,509; of Bruges, 63,083; of Ostenilo,
40.575, of Numiir, 13,010; and of
To celebrate tho centenary of their
ownership of the Kolnlscho Zeltung.
the proprietors recently dlsttlbuted
$25,000 among their emplojes. Tim
latter also had a week's vacation.
Sizes and shapes adopted by
the Society of American Hop
Standard Pots from 7-Inch up
have Patent Excelsior Bottom,
which Insures Perfect, Drainage.
A largo lnvolco Just to hand
ex 8. S. "Ncvadun."
STANDARD FLOWER POTS
FERN DISH LINERS
SAUCERS, ETC, ETC.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD,
Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Co'y
PRIiDHRICK A.'BURNIIAM, President
Mutunl Reserve HullcllnjJ, - Hronriwnv, New York
Third Largest Mutual Legal Reserve Company in the
State of New York
STATE OF NEW YORK INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
Albany. April nth, iq
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ibf Mutual HfMTe I tmJ Life AMKUtltn. now .Mutual Ncwvf I Iff lnurnct Lorn
pany. ot the Cit) of Nrw York, tiJKCnmplirJ with all the rrquirrinrnt o te,;Tb he
ot"tnrJ r) iuh inrpyration nn lelntnrpmatlnn, anJ that It I authorize J tu transact
tfw' husim ( I lie IrtMirancp atftpfclfieJInihel irt Sub-divUlon o( Section Stxcnty
ol Article M of the Imurancc lav within thl State anJ thJtMrrtbulnrtnrrripeTl)
be trmuMeJ tu It.
In Wimc Wlwreol. I luve twreui.to subscribe 4 tu rame, aui t a use J
'IS my Olncial srai to be .iftueJ (n J up Hi ate atthe Cftyof Albati on
on the Jay ni earfirt abotc written.
Super In ienJent of lnurrxe.
TOTAL ASSETS $5,790,400.73
NET SURPLUS 466,885.48
DEATH CLAIMS PAID, over $50,000,000.00
FRANK L. WINTER,
tlc,iu,-il Aictint Turrltouy oflli.wiill, .IIHPOKl'.ST.
UHUItAh, TCIIMS StADK WITH HIM.lAlIni: AND KKKIiQi:i'
Illannll llernlil.) I IllnioUlyu SUimbrd-l'nlon.l
In ISM tho flit llltiKtiut.-il nwhly. With tlm iiioKium nf the ivcent Kl'iu
tu lie iiiihllxht'il In Honolulu un laHiu-U unstlc exhibition of the Anihcitl Jun
In that city by the- picHent dllor of j loin, l.elanc! pilze wlnncip, 1'iof. KU
tlie Herald. It was iiithrr a puny lu-Lwanl Hitchcock, for moie than forty
rant In the Journalistic family and did 'jcurH head of the ilepuifmcnt. ami
not nam etrengtli enough iliirliig Hit
fimt tmimnur to enable It to wilbxtuml
the tIkoih or a Honolulu w Intel. Ill
December It inn tail, That tenn Is
used advisedly, for the paper hub cull
eil "The Time." At Intenuls ulnee ItK
death tile lormer publisher bun iccei
ed ieiiieht for mimple copies, iidier
tlslliR lates. I'lc. from poisons leald-
lug uhroud who bud not heard ol the
demise of the little one. I.aeli cine or
these locitiestb bus caused u pang of
legiet to tile ev piibllsliei regret that
It hail not conic arllci ami contribu
ted, perhaps, towuicl Keeping the pit
per alhe. The lust mall lnoic;:lit ii
batch of letters to the ex publisher of1
The Time which cuuseil roityllvc sep
aiate mid distinct tegiets, for Just that
tiumM-r of peisoiis. fiom sixteen dlf
relent States and Cunadii wrote fnt
sample copies nml udteillsliig rates,
and, strange to suy, tho letleis tile dit
ted during July or tne present car.
What tho ox-publlsher of The Time
wantH to Know Is lion those I'oftvlhi!
people leained that tlieie liter was
biicli a paper ami why they united so
long befote asking for sample copies,
A KANSAS FARMER ON SWEET
111 1)01 ado Week 1 Itvpiiblleuu.l
Did joii cci bee an Agrleultural I)h
Mitmeut ugrlciilturisi? And did jou
epr sen nn Acilcultiirul Department!
earden bCed? Well, they both look1
alike. A bag or two of Agricultural
Department garden seeds sttiick thU
town lust sprint'; and the packages
wcro given to unsuspecting fanners
tound about; uud the letiinis uie Jint
coming In. Speaking of Agriciiltuiul
Dcpaitmcnt "sweet coin" u mixtuieot
yellow nml white Indian corn, crossed
with calico squaw, broom. Hint, pop,
hatllr, 90-day dent, early white Ken
tucky, and every known and unknown
variety grown on the continent theao
old clabber-fueeil barnacles buy It by
the ton und ship it West us sweet
Lord help us. We have sampled six
teen varieties this spring, with the los
of half our teeth, the destruction of
our btomachs, while being hourly
thieutencd with luckjaw. And yet tliH
land of the free and home of thn hi aw
goes right on employing these old chile
jbcr-fui'Cd batnucles to pay sweet com
prices for this licimupluodlte stuff ho
given to the honest fanners, while tiy
lug to make them believe that It In
good to eat. If Congtess will pass uu
act compelling the old codgem In the
Agile ultiirul Depuitment to eat some,
of this hybrid ubottlon, the graveyard
at Washington will soon be filled with
a lot of fellows who ought to hae hoc
planted there jeats ago.
Old as I'opo Leo XIII. Is he recently
gave an audience to a woman who wau
his nurso-glrl when he was a baby. Her
name Is Anna Moroni nml she Is near
ly a hundred jenra old.
PHYSICAL GROWTH IN COLLEGE.
. Jestor of Amcilrnn college gymnustlca
publishes an abstract of ftallstlcs on
the physical giovcth of students clur
IliK the course ut Ainhcut, which
shows gmphlrully the remit of nicaa
ureinenta of 712 men. anil pioves that
they mow physically as well us, and
perhaps more icrtalnlw thun. mentally
lining the college course. For example.
'n student coming to college at 18 has u
right to expect to be 10.:t naiinda hem
. . ,...
ler at graduation, and to gain lu height.
elicit, girth uud muscular slieiigtli,
though in u few Instances the rowrbo
Is true. As would naturally be expect
ed. Hie gieutett gain, over 25 per tent.
Is In muscular "pull-up," that in lung
capacity 8.M. while In height the aer
ugo gain Is .7 of an Inch. In other
words. Dr. Hitchcock's statistics dem
onstinte, that muuy men do'not tease
glowing until they are fiom 23 to 25
yeuis old. Tlie statistics ate plotted
with much tare and rcpicient u long
nud painstaking berles of measuie
incuts arid Investigations,
FORESTS AND RAINFALL.
IL'hhago News. 1
An example of Hie pctslsteme of er
I ur Is the Idea that the pienence or ub
sence or forcbt has tin Influence on the
amount of lulnfall. Sonitc keen ob
berer long ago detected the raet that
roiested icgioiiB enjoyed u lieutlcr
lalufall thun those not roiested, and
Jumped to the conclusion that rainfall
was pioduced by roiests, and thut the
lcmouil of forcstb diminished the lalu
fall. Looking oer the earth he round
many tieelchs debcit legions and rorth
with Instanced them us tiiglitful ex
amples of men's wastefulness. Syrlu,
.Miiiueiu .Adirn. i.uts or ttnly, aro
often cpiuted us Illustrations or mun'H
dehtiuctlon or climate. In reply, man
can ceitaluly plead not guilty. Tho
geography or this .Mcdlteuunean le
gion, tho coiiflgiiuitloii of land aud wa
ter, und the diiectlon of the pieulllng
winds aio such as to glo It a light
lalufall roiests or no forests. The
bititittto.ii Is rcully this: Wunt of rain
picvcniH the giowlh of tiees; want of
Hees does not pievcnt ruin.
COMPULSORY HOUSE SERVICE IN
I Sydney Bulletin.
1'iobably compulsory domestic ser
lce will have to be resorted to some
day. That will not only help to solve
a difficult piohlem, but It will also lift
the soda stigma off the kitchen Indus
tiy by main fence. Compulsory mili
tary service for men Is common enough
and ecn Australia will nlmost cer
tainly find It necessary somo day. Com
pulsoiy domestic service for women
say fiom tho ago of 19 to 21 Is no
gi eater a hardship. There Is the same
leason for compulsion In both cases
n gteat national demand and an InsufQ
i lent supply.
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Collectloni carefully attended to.
Sichango bought and told.
Commercial and Traveler!' Lettert
of Credit Uaued on Tho Dank of Call
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Act as Trustees under mortgages.
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Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers, Wllla, Bonds, eta.
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Auditors for Corporations and Prl
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Statements of Affairs prepared.
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AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
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ot New Zealand.
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Deposits received. Loans made )
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Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Bx
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ACSETS, JUNE 80, 1901, WCyHM)
Mosey loaned en approved stcurltj
A Saving Bank for monthly depostu
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Berles of Stock is no
OFFICERS-;. L. McLean, Presl
enU A Wilder, Vice President
0. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear
. 5l",KCT0RS - J- L. McLean, A
.Wllder, A. V. Gear, O. U. Gray
. D. Holt, A. W. Keeck, J. A. LyU
Ir, J. M. Little, ti. 8. Boyd.
A. V. GEAIt,
Offlc noura; ;o i;ao p. xn.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten K000.0M
l"ald Up Capital Yen 18.000.00C
Ileserved Fund Yen 8.710.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, losnes Drafti
ind Letters of Credit, and transacts
eneral banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
H?pog,'V v Per annum
For 12 months 4
For 6 month ij
For 8 montus 1
branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank,
New Republic Bid., lh King Stree
P. Ii. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licences.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box SE3; Tel Blue 71; Rood
a, Bpreckei Bulldluc.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Agent Broker and Jobbers
W G; Irwin & Co,
AGENTS FOR .
Western Sugar Refinery Company d
Baldwin Locomotive Works ol Phila
delphia, l'a., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (NatlcxU
Cane Shredder), New York, U.8.A.
N. Ohlandt ft Co.'a Chemical Frrtljl-
Alex. CroBS ft Sons' high-grade Fettt-
llzcra for Cane and Coffee.
Heed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFCrt FOIt 8ALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'a P.ft 11. Palnte ar.d
, Papers; Lucol and Llnieed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-WSter paint). In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime ltd
CASTLE j COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugat Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro vVo Va, St. Louis, Kt,
The Standard lUOn.
The Geo. K. Dlakt. .iceazn Pumps.
The Now England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of Loct'cn. 1
H. P. Baldwin PieildtLl
J. B. Castle First Vice Presldttt
V. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pre p.
;J. P. Cooke Treasurer
w. u. oraun secretary
Geo. II. Carter Audltcr
Sugar Factors and
Commission Agents .
AGENTS fur Hawaiian Commercial ft
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Uo Pala Plan
tatlon Co.. NahlkU Sugar Co., Klhd
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Cc,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Macartr
Claus Spreckcl Vice PretidtM
W. M. Qlffard.. Second Vice Presldcr.l
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Trcaa. and Sc.
Oeo. J. Boss Auc'ltd
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
8URANCE CO. OF B08TON.
AETNA FIRE IN8URANCE COM.
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. .
Oueen 8treet, Hunolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, OckaJa
Sugar Plant. Co, Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co, Walluku Sugar Cc.
. io oiigur uo..iiaieaKala Ranch Co,
The Plantera' Line of San Franciico..
I PacketB, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line c
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; C.ecrge
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer unci Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones. H. Wa
terbouse and Geo, n. Carter, Dlrecteri.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
are now offering tho famous
nt such low prices that you cannot ut
rord to let tho opportunity go. They
aro so cool and tho prlco so. comfort
able that they seem made for it
the old Sewing MurlUne Agent, It still
In business at 942 BETHEL STREET,
., 8t?.cl5, on Hand standard, Domi
tie. National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
E DEUCE YOU' SAY
Come In nnd piny
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