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EVENINa .BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNESDAY, AUO. 27. 1902.
tmbllhed Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T. II, by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE It. FAHHINQTON.. Editor
Xntered at the Postofflce at Hono
laln M second-class matter.
Per month, any a hero In U. 8... J 6
Per quarter, anywhere In U. S.. 2.0W
Per year, an where In U. S 8.00
Jer year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
Eli month I SO
per year, anjwhoxo In U. S 1.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 1.50
Fottofflre Box 718
AUGUST 27, 1902.
A more equitable division of taxes la
a. platform plank that will pass any
party convention with a whoop of en
thusiasm, hut woe betide the Legisla
ture that tackles the Job.
Senator Thurston promised In til
speech toda) to make Honolulu his
home for a part of each je.ir. Mr.
Thurston may rest assured of a tor
dial welcome for himself ami all the
friends he can bring with him.
If Prince Cupid In tefuslng the can
didacy for Delegate means to take the
stump In behalf of the Republican can
didate, the affair at Diamond Head and
other revolutlonnr) troubles will ceato
to be drawing cards of the Wilcox lani
Miss Pope's report that the oung
ladles at Kamehumehn are taking spe
cial interest In the cooking department
Is good news to the future htubands of
the Terrilorv. The sonug ljdv who
can cook wields a power over man
kind that does not require the support
of long dlHfiisfclcms on woman's rights
The men who have the Republican
merger of Portuguese, Democrats and
Kuokoas In hand need all the keen
Judgment of a Morgan or Hill to settlu
the combination on a basis that will
meet the approval of all Interested
parties. The people hardest to wtltfy
-will be the aspiring Republicans who
seek a reward for their patty labors
Kiamllig legislative tickets previous
to the convention is n splendid way ol
doing harmonious polltlc.il uusiuess
piovided all paitlclpants have not bo
come determined to tarry out their
own Ideas whether or no. The Sena
toiial struggle on this Island has
leac.lieil the point where lutthet dis
cussion Is a waste ot time, and pro
ductive of Ill-will. Candidates and
their siippiiiteis cannot do bottci than
spend the next week murshullug their
lores and muku up thelt minds to
abide bv tho result of the ballot
The Fifth District lommlttee ha
met and adjourned and the Tenltory
is still safe. The onl thing that now
seems to threaten paity peai e in that
section of the Territorj Is the grow
ing feeling that certain politicians aro
tsMiming the attitude of a iliuatoi
shlp. If tho pait Is to be held to
gethci. with that degree of iinitj abso
lute!) essential to success, there must
be perfect fieedom fiom real ot up
patent hog rule. The party Is tooi",cnEC8 l khmM "kc t0 ,llaw llie nt-
voting to take kintll)
to tho Simon-
In refiiKlug to reject, the I'lfth Dis
trict has given a practical endorsement
to the general tenoi of tho platform
suggestions offeted at Tuesday night's
meeting.. If sufli were the desire It
would he Impossible for the committee)
or the precincts at this late day to dic
tate to the Territorial Convention.
With a few exceptions, the Territorial
delegates weie elected without pledget
or Instruction. Any action by com
mittee or precinct club can now !)
considered only as a suggestion It Is
hardly probable that auy delegate
would caie to lefuse contldeiing un
expression of his constituents, though
he might decide to ait contrary to their
PORTO RICAN PEACE AND
l'orto Rico of all the new Island de
pendencies under American Jurisdic
tion Is living at peace with Itself and
Its governing power, Tim island
attiacts so little attention t licit the only
lemlniler of Its existence Is an occa
sional Interview In a Mainland paper
wherein some leading citizen tells of
gcnciully piosperoua conditions and a
tontented people. And the juess of tin
island Is said to idled thorough hats
faction with conditions hi ought about
According to Governor Hunt, l'orto
Jtlco is experiencing material and mor
al development which will soon place
it among the "banner" Island posses
sions. Indeed, It already conies cloo
to holding that position when we tako
Into account the Incessant struggle
necessary to keep other Island com-
munttles, Including this Territory, rea
sonably contented with their lot.
On July 1, Porto Rico had a treasury
balance of (314,000, a gain of over
(200,000 during the ear. Its exports
for the ear aggregated $12,S89,923,
showing an Increase over the previous
year of 64.7 per cent to foreign coun
tries and 48.0 to the United States.
This Increase was principally In sugar,
manufactured tobacco, coffee and straw
hats. The hat Industiy appears to be
an Important factor In the Increase of
public wealth, the Importations to the
United States alone for the period
amounting to (204,500 Coffee valued
nt (3,000,000 was sent to Europe whllo
the United States took only (29,000 of
the Porto Itlcan pioduet. In this In-
Idustiy I'oito Hlco upprais to hac tho
samo difficulty In getting Into th
American market that Is experienced
by this Territory. Oovernor Hunt
claims a superior product for his coffee
and Is unable to undcistand why It
does not find a better demand In the
New York market.
The people hae taken kindly to tlnv
schools, nearly 50.000 children arc In
tegular attendance and adults often be
come the pupils of their cbldrcn.
The death late hat dect eased; the peo
ple aie taking better care of them
selves and Hie contented with their
political condition. In other wordi.
Porto Hlco Is moving ahead In peace
ful channels that make the Island n
good place to Ihe and flovernor Hunt
adds, "tho result of the liberal govern
ment given them Is a steady-growing
mutual respect and liking between
them and the citizens of the Mainland
This suggeMs that Porto Rico Is freo ,
from nnd. better still, has not attempt- I
ed to oieatc the "carpet bagget" cry
whose changes have becq so Incessant
ly rung In this Tenltoij.
What Is the secret of Porto Rico's
sueeens it suffers fiom the same de
pression In the sugar nnd coffee mar
kets that Hawaii encountets. Its
population Is ne.nlj as mixed as our
own and It far more foreign to Amerl-
can Institutions. Yet Poito Hlco is
satisfied liberal government has caus
ed a better feeling to exist toward,
citizens of the Mainland. Hawaii N
continually attracting attention bv Its
discontent. Its troubles, and the feel
ing toward citizens of the Mainland.
faccordlng to the representations ninilq
by certain Washington correspondents,
and certain sections of our local press
compares favorabl) with the opinions i
of the South in i construction da)s.
Why Is It that Porto Rico can offet
a report of progter.slve peace, while
llunall which had a long schooling ot
American ftlendshlp and suzciulnty Is
In turmoil, Its government In llnanciul
dlstrPt-8 and Its prejudice, so blttet
that many question the integilt) of
those who demanded annexation Por
to Rico shows that happy conditions
can prevail, that peaceful assimilation
of foreign tenitor) and a foreign peo
ple Is possible. It Is time Hawaii be
gan following the l'orto Itlcan example
and quit the present course whleh lslne'' "' ,0''? ""i"'."' "" U'
r.uttlnfc this Teirltorv in the same I
1 t.i.a ulth thp tMilllnnlnna nml PiiIi.i-m !
a kimree nf nntlnnnl inrrv mill n In nn
- - - ' I
means giatifliiK letlectlon on the ex
pansion polity for which the adminic
le ntlon stands sponsor.
Eclltoi Evening Ilulletin -llefore tho
inir,.ii,, ,,r nm ie..nn i,P inn
I lllu,uu u lue aiueo.iuuii i.i'UKUt
rncmueis anu oincrs icieniuicci wun
that movement, as well as broad-minded,
unprejudiced citizens, to my estab
lishment on Al.ikcd stieet between
ICIng and Merchant streets, known to
ever body as the "Oambrlnus Gar
dens;" to the exceptional and peculiar
condition of affairs that lenders ray
place so popular with the public.
In the llrst place "Gambrlnus Gar
dens" Is more of a lunch room nnd rn
sort for the recieatlon of the laboilng
classes than a mere beer drinking re
sort. I furnish a substantial hot lunch
duilng the noon iiour of every day. Ar
tisans and mechanics, cleiks and many
others crowd heie at that time to avail
themselves of a cooling draught of good
wholesome beer and a square meal for
the small sum of ten cents.
After partaking of his lunch, the
workingman, instead of having to gel
out on the street to loaf the rest of his
noon hour, as In the case In the aver
age 23 cent restaurant. Is at liberty to
sit at ease, reading the papers in tho
cool lanais of my establishment until
the blowing of the whistle calls him
back to toll.
My place has now been running for a
vcar, and, In all that time the police
havo never found It necessary, owing
to the objections which are so often
urged against saloons by tempetancu
organizations, to interfere in any way,
shape, form or manner.
The "Gambrlnus Gardens" are al
w.'ijs open to the Inspection of vlsltois
and icprebentatlvcg of tho Anti-Saloon
League are earnestly invited to drop
in dining the noon hour and see for
themselves the benefit derived by tho
I am sure that If the matter were put
..ii.ijr cu me lescoj piiunc opinion, mo
Eit.ii majority wouict cnampion tne
cause of more such Institutions like
mine. Is It fair that a few tempeianco
people should set themselves up to say
what the people shall do, or what they
shall not do? Let the public speak for
D, G. CA.MARIN03.
Honolulu, H. T,, Aug, 26, 1902.
THE TREE IS IMPROVING
LIKE ILLUSTRIOUS PLANTER
GREAT CARE TAKEN TO PRE
SERVE TREE PLANTED IN
CENTRAL PARK LONG
Coincident with the convalescence of
King Edward has been the progress to
ward health of the sick tree In Central
Pork formerly known as "the Prlnco
of Wales's Oak," and laterly as "King
Edward's Oak," which began to fall
visibly seven weeks ago when the King
of England wai taken III, sa)s the New
York Sun. Tho tree was planted by
the Prince of 'Wales when he visited
New York many vcars ago.
When It was found, at the time of
King Edward's Illness, that the trc
was also in a bad way and appeared to
be dying, the Park authorities set
nboul efforts to save It If possible, The
work was carried on under th direc
tion of Supt. Parsons, the landscape
architect of the Park, who detailed
Section Gardener Dougherty to the
care of the tree,
l'irst the tree was freed from the
caterpillars, which had damaged It con
blderably. Then after the sod was re
moved for u space of twenty feet all
around the tree, the earth was dug
away, In part, to a depth of from oae
to two feet, and was dug Into and loos
ened below that depth.
Into the excavation was then dump
ed about fifty barrow loads of fertilizer
and nreuared soils, and when It hasn't
teen talnlng since then gardeners havn
been busy turning water on the trunk
of the tree and all over the newly made
soil, spectators nave expressed me
conviction that they were literally
dtownlng the poor ttee, but the garden
ers kept at work under Instructions,
nnd now the results of the treatment
arc to be seen in the icnewed vitality
which the tree Is displaying.
The design in pouring great quanti
ties of water upon the new soil was
that the water might wash the medlca-
tlon down Into lower strata, where it
could be leached by the roots of the
tree. Tho desired effect has been at
tained, and Oaidcner Dougherty In th
last two days has pointed out to Inter
ested vlsltois numbers of new shoots
put forth by the tree as In sptlngtlme.
The brighter green of the new shoots
Is apparent to an) spectator, and one
man who saw the tree jesterday and
who hud also seen It seven weeks ago
bald that one would scarcely realize
at a glance that It could be the same
One of the group of women strolling i
through the l'aik In rearch of the ticot
tame upon Dougherty recently, and,
asked him If It weie true that lrlili la
borers In the. Park had abused the tree
"And ain't that n nice question to ask
an lilshman'" sild Dougherty
- He said he could not conceive of any
Irishman Ion enough to vent against a
trie his spite toward a government
"Wh). hete Is the tiee In my cure
said he; 'I could kill It If I wanted to,
and heie It Is showing new life "
The reason the tree was not ilolntf
""'" ' "" "" '""" w' .
aceident or fieak of naluic the tree
n"1 when Otmg
nnd instead or being
hound together again and treated
piopetly. It was ulloned to glow as
licst it could divided against Itself.
Itnln and inllueme of the ntmo'cphem
winked dani.ige to the interloi of the
ti.mk wheie the hpllt was. anil the in
I crew Into deformity
I The solid trunk extends onlv ,i U i
I feet fiom the giounel. Thciu the split
'tomes and the two pans of what
I should have been a nohlc trunk hava
' struggled along upward and put fcuth
' """ hran. Ins ns their diminished
Hrnllr V tv imM nltniv Tli 1 r,fi in ua
j enoe of the cateiplliais was an inUl
cation of the tite's nnaemlr eondltion
They raiely attack a treo unless the
tree Is alreadv delblvnt in vitality.
Dougheity s.ijs that If the new
shoots and the new wood lull den suffi
ciently lief 01 e cold weather conies on,'
the tree will undoubtedly be In fairly!
good condition next spring, but If they
remain too delicate to withstand tbn
strain of winter, then the tree Is doom-1
It is intimated In the Park that a I
larire elm tct Ihe rtaat tt th nC Inni I
the elm also planted by the Prince of
Wales) may bo taken down In an ef
fort to save the oak. so that It may get
more sunshine. It is now overshadow
ed In part by the big elin,
.u, u,, j, i.. 11 . u.een.
and a very few others weie the oniy
,,.. ..u mcw jBl ,, c,ee
was that the Prince planted, for
nas feared that Irish resentment might
lend to the tree being harmed. Hut it
Is said now that If visitors to the Park
ask to see the tre) It is shown to them.
DECLINE OF GERMAN JEWS.
A statistical returne of the religions
professed In the German Empire, based
on the census of 1900, has recently been
Issued. It appears that the number of
Roman Catholics has Increased In a
greater proportion than the number of
I'rotestanu, wliile the increase in ju -
dalsm as compared with the Christian I near the place. Mr. Iscnbcrg took oc
confessions hns been very small, Thcaslon dining tho dinner to propose, i
Protestants numbered 35,231,104 In thu health ol Mr. Christian, and in a '
1900. as acainSt 31.020.S10 In 1&90 or inn- tiloiuntit innnnnr r.. f.rr..l l.i Mil
j an Increase ofh 13 0 per cent, whllo
thn Catholics numbered 20,327,913 in
1900. as ngalust 17,074,921 in 1890. o.-
; an Increase or IB per tent. The num -
tier of professing Jows has only lu-
creased from GC7,S84 to 5S0.9I8, which
'gives a percentage of 3.4. Of every
1000 persons In the German Empire
625 aro Protestants. 301 Catholics, 10
Jews nnd 4 of different or undetermin
ed .'ellglous creeds.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
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. "Nevadan."
STANDARD FLOWER POTS
FERN DISH LINERS
SAUCERS, ETC., ETC,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Alutual Reserve Life Insurance Co'y
FREDERICK A. DURNIIAM, Prcsldont
Mutunl Reserve Building, - Brondvtov, New York
Third Largest Mutual Legal Reserve Company in the
State of New York
STATE OF NEW YORK INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
Atbn, Afti nth, 1901
I FRANCIS HENDRICK;, Surf flMtfnJentoflntuunce.no Hi rrbyCertlfl that
the Mutual Rcwne 1 unj Life Amxlatlon, now .Mutuil Heervf I Iff Inwrawe Urn
fany, of the Clij of New York naicomptlfJ lih all the rtqulrrmrntt of lit 10 t
ot-se rrd by MKh corporation on reincorporation, and that It I author lied to transact
Cie business ot Life Insurance apefltie JlniwHrst Subdivision of Section Seventy
ot Article II of the Insurance Lawnltliln thly State. aiJ that such buk(nr can frorerly
be entrusted to it
In Witness Whereof I have hereunto tubtulbed my nane.aJli rauJ
LSJ m Oftuial e1 to be afhxeJ In duplicate, at the City of A1ban, on
un the Jay and ear flnt aboc written.
Superintendent of Insurance
TOTAL ASSETS $5,790,400.73
NET SURPLUS 466,885.48
DEATH CLAIMS PAID, over $50,000,000.00
RRA1NK L. WINTER,
auliur.il Auunt 'I'urrltory of H.tw.ill, ilUVI'OHTST.
LIBERAL TERMS MARE WITH HEI.IAHi.E AND ENERGEC
THE PRINCE OF WALES IN HIS AUTOMOBILE.
Hccirt'c. the "sailor prince." lll.es to tinvc-l fust cm land ns vvedl iim on the
"liter He iivviii ii spc'cely I'ipiicIi iiiiloiiuil In iulli leiiiel of xlJiiiiiilui; nloug
In- KucllMi lilghu a.v h. In this pliluie the iiiiu-i Is m-cii M'litce! at the left unci
muni iiiuny itni'Hi
) ,ne 20tl l( CVi ,w,IllM.rBi
ou bUlalr 0, , lMw ,.allllltl(m (;.,
IBlng a ,llom;r at ,,, Klluhanu homo
ltfor M, , ,ms r.hriatlnn. .elebrailm-
bis lvvtul)-flve yours of service as an
employee uf the company. Twent)
eight prominent gentlemen In the mr
vice of the plantation were puwut on
Ihe occasion. Tho Kilobaud lioine.
which Is situated on the top of an old
extinct rrater about 1,000 feet nbovo
the sin lovvl, commands a delightful
view of the cano fields of tho planta
tion ns well as the surrounding conn
ID, Including tlrovo Farm on one sldo
and Kapan and a part of Kculla plan
tation on tho other. Tho dining hall
was tastefully decorated with nbund.
i unt ferns which grow In profusion
valuable services to the plantation,
I congratulating both Mr. Christian aim
the plantation on his twenty-five years
, (it faithful service Mr. II. I). Sloggett
then proposed a toast for the health
of all ladles of tho Isenberg family,
which vvaH chceiliilly lespomlrd to.
Mr. Christian received a valuable pre-a-
cnt from tho plantation. Ho wns, al
so, presented with a gold watch ftom
the officers of tho company.-Tho Oar
. ,,,, '
The Bulletin, 75 cent per month.
WHAT IAUKEA SAID
Editor Evening Hulli'tln - In the
Advertiser's icpoit of tho proceedings
In the Plfth Ulstilct (ommltteo of lust
evening, I am misquoted somewhat In
the statement of higher taxation. 1
did not suy that I would assume the
pnvini'iit of the tncieased taxes necesl
tated, iih some seem to think, by tho
establishment of elty nnd county gov
ernment in Hawaii. What I did say
vvus that I would gladly pay my share
of such Increased taxation rather than
have the people longd depilved of
local self government. Tin be may not
huve been the exact words used but
the reference made was In this sense
and I believe was so undeibtood at thn
liieelllig. C. P. IAUKKA.
Honolulu Aug. 11,. 1902.
Alden Elrrtric "Belt'
pensory Is guarantee.
possess 'MVN all the ..uritive Drnner
ties of the openslve belts now sold by
doctors and drum;.-'. It gives a very
fttong anient of electricity andlseally
K,KUJa,,ed; Boung to supersede others. Can
be had from the underslrned only! fo
actntsi no discount. Clrculai free. Address
Pierce Electric Co., io6 Post St., San
FraM.ltco, Sent free to Hawaii for S.00
The Dr. J?3E.
(, in. ...-. -1-.
l 1,11 3ujr e-fe2jrc
and Trust Go.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
President Cecil Brcsvn
Vice President M, P. Robinson
Cashier ...,.W. G. Cooper
Office; Corner fort and King St).
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received snJ
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
tho rate of 4 1-2 per cent per annum.
Itulei nnd regulations furnished up
BISHOP & CO
rUtobllshed In I8B8.
Trtnsact business to til departments
Collection! carefully attended to.
Kichango bought and aold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on The Bank of Call
tornla and N. M. Rothichltd Boni
Correspondent The Bank of Call
fornli, Commercial Banking Co. ef
ydney, Ltd., London.
Drats and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong t
Shanghai Banking Corporation tnl
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits at
the following rates per annum. Tit:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cant
Three months, at 3 per cent
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent,
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees under mortgage.
M-jago estates (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, at,
received for safe-keeping.
Audltora for Corporations and Pn
Books examined and reported on.
Statements ot Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 624 BETHEL 8THEET.
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum, It
accordant with Rules and Regula
tions, copies of wblCL may be obtains
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDEN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 824 Bethel Street
Claua Sprockets. Wm. O. Irwlr
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU. T u
I n Frsncnco Agent The N
iu naiicaai uanK or Ban Jranclico
an Francisco Tke Nevada N
tlonal Bank of San Fnnclicr,.
London The Union Bank ot Loi
New York-American Blchangn Ns
Chicago Merchant' National Bank
Pari Credit Lyonnal.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Honi
long-Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bans
'of New Z aland.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank o!
British North America.
I Deposits' received Loans made id
I approved security. Commercial aae
Travelers' Credit Issued. Bill of Bx
change bought and sola.
Collection Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building and Loan
AOtETS, JUNE SU, 1801, M0.04I.3?
Moaey loaned on annrnven .i.nMi.
A Baying Bank for monthly deposits
House built on tho monthly install
Twenty-third Serlc of Stock I nun
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean Pre,
?ientil X A' 5"der' v,:e P".ldent
O. B. Gray, Treaiurer; A. V. Gear
RECTORS - J. L. McLean. A
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear. O. It. dray
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech. J. A. LytJ
Jr, J. M. Little, ti. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
One nonra; lt;80 l;o p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
dubacribed Capital.... Ten Zt.000.OM
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,00
Received Fuad yen 8,710.000
EAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
T. e 5.1P.k buyB and "celvea for col
lection Bill of Exchange, liane Drafts
and Letter of Credit, and transacts
general banking business.
For 12 month 4
For 0 month . . : 11
For a month "
Branch of the Yokohama Speda Bank.
New Republic Bid., 11. King Stree
P. Ii. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage License.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Etate, lnurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box CE3; TeJ Blue 71; Boon
, BpreckeJ BuIldrLg.
The Bulletin, 75 cent per month.
Aginta, Broker and-Jobber.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company cl
Baldwin Locomotive Work of Phila
delphia, Pa., U, S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder),New York, U.8.A.
N. Ohlandt ft Co.' Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Crow ft Son' hlgk-grade Ferti
lizer for Cano and Coffee.
Reed'a Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR 8ALH:
Parafflne Paint Co.'a P.ft B. Palnta aed
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
tndurlne (a cold-water paint), In whit
Filter Press Clothe, Cement, Lime aid
CASTLES COOKE, Lid
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugat Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro vVo.Vs, St. Loul. Mo,
The Standard CU Co.
The Geo. F. Blakt Steam Pump.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire In. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
II. P. Baldwin Presided
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pre.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Oeo. R. Carter Auditor
Sngar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial ft
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Kibe)
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Cc,
Kahulul Railroad Co,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice PresldeM
W. M. Qltrard.. Second Vice Presided
H. M. Whitney Jr.. . . .Trea. and Sec.
Oeo. J. Ro Auditci
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
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LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
'NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
I SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE IN8URANCE COM-
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H. "
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Oekala
Sugar Plant. Co, Onomea Sugar Co..
Honomu Sugar Co, Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co,Haloakala IUnch Co
The Planter' Lino of San Francltco
Packets. f!hn. n.. r. -.'.. lo.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, Prealdent; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. BULoc.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. K.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones. H. Wn
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Director
THE VON HAMM-YQUNG CO..
are now offering tho famous
nt such low prices that you cannot af
ford to let tho opportunity go. They
are so cool and tho prlco so comfort
able that they seem made for tils
the old Sewing Mhchlne Agent. Is itlU
In Itllfllnaaa at tlAf nr-wee-.
iYonoluTu, "" street,
.i,8,we. on, Hnd-3ndard, Dome
tic. National, Seamstress, New Horn.
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Tfy and buy.
THE DEUCE YOU SAY
Come In and piny
PING PONG - TWO TABLES
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