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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FRIDAY. AUQUST 29, 1902.
rablUhed Every Day Except Sunday,
it 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD.
WALLACE II. FAIUUNGTON. Editor
Entered at tho Postoffleo at Hono
lulu a second-class matter.
Per month any where In U S $ 7t,
Per quarter, anahcrc In U. S . 2.0U
Per year, an where In U. S.. . 8 00
Per year, postpaid, foreign . ., 1100
Eix month J 50
Per jear an)whoi-i( In U. S . 1.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign . . 1 50
l'oitoGleo llox 718
Fill DA V
Al 111 ST 29. 190..
Shortage of funds In the courts
hill fair to stint dim usslon oiue more
on tiansltlon period line?
A soft mud hank ma he un unpleas
ant goal for automolilllsK lint It has
uatked advantage over stone walls
The Portuguese Political flub tan
hate no cause for omplalut us a rt Milt
of the Fourth District Committee s ac
tion. The club has been granted all
that It ukcd Nothing now remains
but to get out the ote.
While refusing tho specific proposal
of the Portuguese Club, the Fifth DIs
trlct Committee has not b nny means
registered opposition to phcing a icp
resentatlve Portugu 'se American on
lis ticket It ought to be possible to
find one candidate In the Fifth vvliora
the Portuguese oteis tan endorse,
though he be a mcm'jcr of the Itepub
Ifi an organization.
The return or Prime Cupid. execu
tive sessions of the Democrats and the
Honolulu-hound convention delegates
ate reminder that the time Is close at
hand when the Itepublkan part) must
decide for Itself whether the light this
fall Ih to bo u stngle-huLded one of
part) strength or an amalgamation of
all the forces of progressive govern
ment. ISO AHOLOGIUS TO OFI-HR.
The Republican pait) has nothing
in its i coord for whlili it has reason
to apologize. This is the central
thought voiced by party leaders at
last night's meeting of the Itepublkan
Club, and there Is e.'ei) lenson why
1. should be the basis of nil campaign
utterances The Republican party,
bince Its organization, nun maintained
a consistent policy for full recognition
of the Individual rights of every iltl
zen, and endorsed legislation as will
sec lire the protection of sue h rights.
In this respect the Party has follow
id the ideals of the parent organlza
lion of the Mainland It funds for the
protection and through protection the
development of homo Industr) a con
slruitlve pollcj vvhkh locks first to
the piosperlty of American citizens
and American enterpiise The claim
that our Republican paitj is not the
ltepubllcnn part) of the Mainland Is
on a par with an assertion that the
Terrltor) of Hawaii is not of the Unit
id States Tho Integrity of the local
oiganlzatlon In Its iclatlnii with the
national body from which It derives
Its name and character Is as Inca
palilo of successful Impearhment as
ih the status of Hawaii as J part of the
American Republic. Republicanism In
his Territory upholds pilmlples of
common honesty In public administra
tion, business Judgment in framing
legislation, basing Its acts upon an un
filing confidence in tho people
The stiugglo to hold tho party re
sponsible foi the personal opinions of
individual members serves only to es
tabllsh the Inability of tho opposition
to successfully attack the oiganlzatlon
which Is the sole icsponxlblc factor.
No Individual or official Is greater than
his partj. He cannot pledge tho party
to an) other course than that express
ed In Its platform an 1 committee dec
larations, nor Is it neeesutry for the
party to offer apologies foi Individual
opinions which may be at limes at va
t lance with the publlo expressions of
tbo majority. True Rirubllranlsm
knows no dlctatorsnlp bejond tho di
recting force of a majority vote but It
Is broad enough, liberal enough to nl
low tree discussion, allo-vlng all fac
tions or Individuals to havo full scope
lu the advocacy of what see,ms best.
In this spirit the raiiK and lllo of Re
publicans In Hawaii me entering upon
tho campaign to set this Terrltor) on
a solid footing Platform promises
have been kept In tho past and tbere
will be no false piomises or evasions
In the future Apologies end cxplana
Huns will be left exclusively to oppo
tientB whose long list of piomises re
Fifth District Votes
DIVISION Oil NATIONALITY
DOES NOT MEET FAVOR
SPECIALCOMMITTEE REPORT Mc
CANDLESS CASTS ONLY OPPO
SITION BALLOT SEA
The meeting of the Fifth Dlitilct
Committee of the Republican Club met
in Republican headquarters thoitly af
ter 1 o'clock today W C Achl was
in the chair and David lloaplll was
secietui) I ho attendance was lather
poor Among those piescnl weti. W.
C. Achl J I. Holt. David lloaplll. Wm.
Henr). 1. L. McCandles, Geo C. Pot
ter, i: C Winston, . I Crawford. (1 Na
waakoa, ) D Aver), .1 C Lane.
Chailcs Clark. Henr) Vleriu. W K
Isaac, W. (leorge Ashle) .1 Shaw. A
W. Seabur), 1) Douglass and several
Tho chair read a Utter fiom the Re
publican Central committee, the same
as the one lead at the meeting of the
Fourth Dlstrlit committee jrilprila)
and referring to the action of the cen
tral hod) of the part) on the matter of
Portuguese representation on the Re
publican legislative ticket.
.1 I) Aver), clulliiiHn of the commit
tee of five appointed to look Into the
matter of Pqrtugucie irpicontntlon
presented the following teporl which
Hon. W. C. Achl, Chalimnn. Fifth Dls
trlit Republican Committee
Mr Your committee appointed to
confer with the Kxecutlve Committee
of the Republican Territorial Central
Committee, a committee from the
Fourth District Republican Committee
and with n committee from the Portu
guese Club of Honolulu, beg leave to
report that pursuant to Instructions,
the) met with said committee at 12
o'clock Aug. 2l, 1902 at 1'cnltorl.il
The Portuguese committee asked for
a Senator and n member of the llous
of Repicsentatlvcs on the Republican
ticket to be named by the club. The
joint Republican committees voted thli
Impracticable. The) then nsked for
two Representative candidates, both
from the Fourth DlstilcL
The committee from the Fourth
District thought this Impossible and
asked that one be taken from each ills
trlct. but the Portuguese committee
said that they had no candidates from
the Fifth to offer. This committee re
minded tbo Portuguese that Messrs.
Vlerra, Seabury and Sllva had been
placed upon the Fifth Disttlct Repub
lican committee or In precinct club
offices, but the) stated none of these
Portuguese belonged to their club. One
of their committee, however, thought
one of these men would ho acceptable
Your committee felt undei their In
structions that they had no right to
make an) recommendations and so re
poited to the chairman of the Exetu
live Committee, but stated they would
transmit an) recommendutlons of the
Ilxecutlve Committee The Executive
Commltteo thereupon iccomniended to
the Fourth and Fifth District Republi
can committees that each committee
put one Portuguese on their Represen
tative ticket A communication to that
effect will come to the chairman of this
District committee In due course.
J. D. AVERY,
J E SHAW.
Honolulu, II T., Aug 29, 190J.
At this point, the discussion on the
matter of Portuguese representation
became general. Mr. Winston said that
the matter should ho considered very
carefully and In n business-like man
ner. In the opinion of the speaker,
there were not sufficient Poitugueso in
the Fifth to Justify the Republican
party In giving them representation.
Resides that, the natives would very
probably object to any such a proceed
ing as the representation wan very light
-Mr, Douglas wanted to know if theri
was any guarantee that the Portugucsj
were Republicans and the chair ans
wered that they did not Intend to
pledge themselves as Republlcius
The) onl) promised their support In
the event of their securing repicsenta
Hon Mr Douglas then answered1 that
If the Portuguese could not promise to
come out as straight Republicans he for
one could not see how the committed
could consider the matter at all. Oecrgo
Navvaako.i said the best tiling to do was
to leave the Portuguese out all togeth
er Mr McCandless did not approve
or this and Introduced the following
lesolutlon, the same as that Introduced
In the Fourth DIstrLt committee meet
Resolved, That It Is the tense of the
Fourth District Committee Jtut pro
portional repiescntation be given to all
nationalities as they ure leglsteied as
Anieihan citizens and voters, and
That tho committee will w-dcome en
opportunlt) to give reprcsen utloti on
the legislative ticket to 'iny Portu
guese Republican Club show'UK uifll
dent membership of American cltl-
zes, pledged as regular Republicans.
Immediately, there was a mot km by
Mi Clirke to lay the resolution un the
table The first thing the disttlct com
mltteo knew, the Chinese and every
other natlonallt) would want lepiosen
tatlon 1 hen where would the Republi
can pait) be If the Portuguese want
ed repiesentntlon there was one w i) to
get It and that was by going Into the
product clubs as Rcpuhllcanr but not
as a separate nationality The motion
tola) on the table vvns suppoited by
Mr. Aver) said tbe race question was
a vei) complex question and the !cs
sjnld about the matter the better. The
thing to do vvns to take the .broad
giound of all voters being American
citizens If n good Portuguese was
found In the Fifth, let him cohie for
ward and work for nomination through
the proper channels. He loo would
support the motion to la) on the table
At tniB point, the chair referred to
the 'resolution adopted at the last
meeting which provided fur divisions
ol the Fifth District and the appoint
ment of a man from each of these di
visions sufficient to make up the reg
ular quota I'nder the c Irenmstances,
what could the Fifth do with a Portu
guesn candidate Nawnakoa facetious
I) remarked ' Let him go to the Elev
A V Seabtirv, ono of the Portu
guest1 memhets of tho Fifth District
Committee, stated that he hadn't Jols
oil the Portuguese Political Club be
cause the) wero neither fish, flesh nor
fowl. He was not In any way two
faced He bad Joined the Republican
part) In gnoil fnltb, nnd by the Repub
llenn part) he would stick to tbe end
mc Fifth District Committee did not
know wnerci tho Portuguese Political
Club stood If the Portuguese wanted
to get leptesentatlon, let them go
about it tnrough the tegular channels.
He would also support tne motion to
fa) on the tabic.
The motion of Ctarko was carried
and the resolution luld on the tnble.
Mr McCandless being the onl) one to
vote lu the uegatlve.
Mr Aver) moved that tho seeretar)
he Instructed to notify the Central
Committee tbnt It was the sciibo of the
Fifth District Committee that any club
inn have representation b) going Into
tbe precinct clubs und proceeding In
tbe ttsunl manner. This curried unani
mous!). I. 11. Sherwood, chairman of the com
mltteo on rule, luesented his repoit
which was signed b) himself, fieo. C.
Potter. Oco S. Harris Jr.. Wm Henry
nnd J 1. Holt It was unanimously ac
cepted and the committee was continu
ed since moic nilcs might be required
latei on The report was as follows
Sec Hon I The regular meeting of the
District Commltteo of the Fifth Dis
trict shall be held In Honolulu, on
ever) other Tuesday at 7-30 p m.
Sec. 2. Special meetings nny be call
ed b) the chairman, upon vultten re
quest signed b) at least seven members
of tho District committee.
Sec .1 One third of the entlie mem
bership of the District committee hhdl
constitute a quorum.
Sec. 4 There shall be nupolnteu an
enrollment committee to consist of two
members from each precinct, whofo
duty shall be to eniull the mimes of
voters lu said precinct.
Sec. r Theie also shall he appoint? 1
a finance committee to consist of threa
members. It shall he their duty to ns
sfst the treasurer of the District com
mittee In all matters peitalnlng to the
financial condition of said District
Tbe chali appointed the following
on tbe emollmeiit committee accord
lng to tbe provisions of the repmt Just
First Precinct l.ot Lan and Juniea
SecondNalnoa and Kekuku.
Third Nnukana and Goodale.
Fourth Gllllland and Kekahuua
Fifth Douglass (only one number
from this preclnrt)
Sixth Nawaakoa and Woodwnid
Seventh Clark and hherwood.
Eighth Dwlght and Knpono.
Ninth Aplo and Harris.
. enth Kwal Tong and Isaac.
Tho fo.. owing finance committee
was appointed by the chair. I. 1. Mc
Candless, Geo. S. Harris and J C.
Mr Avery tntioduced the following
lesolutlon. which was adopted, Messrs
Avery, Heniy and Potter appointed
on tho committee and a copy ordered
Sent to the Fourth District Committee.
Resolved. That chalimnn appoint a
commltteo of three to act with a like
committee to be appointed by the
chairman of the Fouith District Ro
publican Committee, such committee
to be authorized to arrange with tl.'
committee from tho Fourth District
for a time, place und hour for tho
joint meeting or the hourth and Fifth
District Republican Committees for
the purpos of nominating candidates
for the Senate on the ltepubllcnn tick
et 'In the Third Senatorial District;
Resolved. That Bald committee, In
conjunction with tho like commltteo
from tho Fouith District Committee,
be authorized to draw up and recom
mend to such Joint meeting when held,
such rules of proceeduro as way be
necessary for the speedy and proper
conduct of the business of such Joint
The. chair stated that tho ixccutlvo
committee had met and carried out the
orders of the committee wllh leforence
to sending out circulars to the various
precincts and Issuing a call fo.- meet
lugs Saturday night
The chair further stated that he had
made arrangements with Mr Cinwford
to follow the Homo Rulers around and
to report what w is said iy them hi
tlioli meet tigs su tint the Republicans
Sizes nnd shapes adopted bv
the Society of American Flor
ists. Standard Pots from 7-Inch up
havo 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
FREDERICK A. BURNIIAM, President
Mutual Reserve Building, - Itrondwnv, New York
Third Largest Mutual Legal Reserve Company In tbe
State of New York
STATE OF NEW YORK IN8URANCE DEPARTMENT.
, Albjny, April 17th, 1903
I FRANCIS HENDRICKS Surf rlntfnJf nidi I murine. Do Hrrtby CfrHly. that
the -Mutual R me I un4 Life A "octal ion, now Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Cm
n, l the C,lt il Nfw Yoik, has fomH4 Hh all tte requirement of U- to he
nbeneJ by MKh corporation on relncorpnratUn, nJ that It Is authorize. lo transact
the bulnenf Life Insurance a tpedfirJ In the I IrM Mjb-Jlvllon of Section Seent
of Article II o th Insurance Law v I linn thU State, an4 that ucli builneM cin properly
be emruMeJ to it
In Wltneherfof, I hae hereunto mbicrlbeJ m name auJraiM-J
LSJ my Oft till Va1 to be aflixf J In duplicate at the Clr of Albaii) un
on the Ja anJ er f rt aboc written
Superintendent of Inturame
TOTAL ASSETS $5,790,400.73
N ET SURPLUS 466,885.48
DEATH CLAIMS PAID, over $50,000,00000
FRAINK L. VVIINTER,
Ou.iur.il Auunt lurrltory of lluwiitl, AiniiOttT8T.
MIlBltAI, TKK.MS MADB WITH IlEUADE AND ENEltQEr
could answer them Intelligently. Al
though no action vva taken on the
mutter. It yecmed to meet with tl'f
Kintrul approval of the committee Ad
journment nan taken nt 1 Zi) p. in.
A NEW ORCHESTRA.
Kor ionic time pan there hit hecn
KOlnK on In the city a movement to
ward the organization of a sjmphouv
circlicHtra In the city nnd now matter
have come to a head. At the home of n
numhir of voting Germans, next to the
Waltv home, Dcrctanla street, tomor
lon evening, there will he a meeting of
tho'-t who have signified their Intui
tion of Joining the orchestra, for pur
poses of organization. It Is under
stood that foit) pcoplo havo nlrcady
ucn mi in I'd, these lulng anioiiK tho
best amateurs of tho city Quito a
number of Ciernuns will become mem-licit-
Pi of Ilallase)ii8, illicctor of tbo
department of miiblc of ()jhu College
Ins been chosen director and he will
be at the meeting tonight The oicbcs
tra Intends to tnke up nothing but tin
higher class mutlc such as smphonlv3
and the like. Besides the regular
oiihcptinl members, there will he solo
ists picked from among the best sing
ers of the city. Taken all In all, th
new oreheura promises to be a suc
cess. It will he known as the Hono
lulu Symphony Orchestra.
WAIAEALE FROM HAWAII.
The steamer Wal. lealo arrived In
poit from Hawaii thU mo.nlng nt 8 If,
c clock. She brought 2.9S9 bags sugai,
& crises sundries and 1 roller.
Purser Hapal repor.ts the following
Uigur lift at Hawaii ports lead) for
shipment' II. A. Co 4.0m bags, II,
3.1.04, II S. Co, I'. S M , and K S Co
all cleaned out.
The fchoonei John 0 Ninth at I'u
naluu expects to ills, barge today and
lo leave for tho Coast thli evening.
Weathir nt Khu an J Hamakun illy,
but blowing n very stioni; gale nloni;
.oast. Fair wind all the na) comliij;
HONOLULU CAME BACK.
The Amerlcnn Bchoonei Honolulu
left this port jesterday sfteinoon lu
tow of the tug Fearless for Kaanapall
After getting outside) a hlph gHle was
encountered nnd Biirli a tremendous
sea was running that the vessels could
mako no peiceptibl? headway Aftcir
battling against the wind and waves
.all nlght.tBnd ns tho",we(ttherdlcl,not
abate In fierceness, It was decided this
miming to glvo up tho trip for tho
time being and the vissel wiib towed
back end anchored oft the harbor,
wheie elm will wolt until the weather
becomes more favorable
The Evening Bulletin, 7E cents per
The American-Hawaiian steamer
Hawaiian arrived In port call)' this
morning. She lift Tacoma At7gns't 19.
ut 4 o'clock and urilved oft Diamond
Head at 3:30 this morning, thus mak
ing the trip In D'i daH She wus moor
cd at the railroad wharf nhire sha Im
mediately began to discharge.
The Hawaiian brings a caigo of
about 2000 tons for this port and Kahu
lul und has about 1700 tons of freight
for New York on hoard She will take
about fai00 tons of sugai fiom this port
and from Kahulul.
The Hawaiian Is scheduled ,lo leave
Wednesday night Krcim bete she will
go to Kahulul wheie she will take su
gar on board, whereupon she wjl pin
cecd to New Yoik.
NEW G. A. R. QUARTERS.
'Ihe fl A. II. has decided to give uu
Its present headquarters In SJn An
tnnlo hall and move Into the Elks'
hall nt the crfrnei of lieretnula and Mil
ler streets Tiu last meeting In the old
plaoe will he held next month and the
111 st one In the new headquarters' In
October. The ihange was made for
the purpose of getting a more icntral
location, San Antonio hall heliig ceeni
ed too far nwny from the ccntj'a'p'or
tlon of tho town for the best'liiteiesia
(if the society. " '
An attempt will be made to Venue
the Hist Thursday night In themonth
for the meetings of the society 'as this
has been the regular time ever slnco
tho post was first organized ' How
ever. If this cannot he done, then an
other night will have to bo aceep'ted.
J. W. ERWIN TO LECTURE.
Asst Supt J. W Ei win of the free
delivery s)stem of the national postal
fci'ivlce Is doing the people lime many
n good turn and has not et finished.
Seldom has an evening with a stereop
tlcon been so much enJo)cd ns when
lie lectured at the Hawaiian hotel ut
the time of his former visit As a re
mil of his stl'y here he haB been giving
eeiuolly good lectures on Hawaii, the
I'nradlse of the Pacific He has prom
ised the Honolulu y M C A an even
ing, prolnbly next Tuesday, when ho
will ptchcnt his choke views of Wash
Ington buildings and scenes nnd people,
. i .
"Yes, I suw-, Miss Huslimnrc last
-.veiling, ami sly struck me as"
"Oh, es, us being more beautiful
"No She stiuck me as I was tiylug
In cioss Fifth avenue in fiont of that
big toniieaiiecl cai she sou lies aiound
In, hut 1 can't suj that It wus her
In nut) that made the most Impiessloii
on me when we met " The Automobile.
and Trust Go.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
President Cecil Drown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. G. Cooper
Office. Corner Fort and King Sts.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received an J'
Interest allowed for ) early deposits at
the rate of 4 1-2 per cent per annum.
Itulcs and regulations furnished up
BISHOP & CO
BatublUhcd In 1808.
Trmisct business Is ell departments
Collection! carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Lettert
of Credit Issued on The Dank of Call
fornla and N. M. Rothschild t Sons
Correspondents The Bank of Call
fornla, Commercial Banking Co, el
Sydney, Ltd., Ltndon.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through tho Hongkong k
Shanghai Banking Corporation an
Chartered Dank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits at
the following rates per annum, Tli:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent
Three months, at 3 per cent
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent
Twelve months, at 4 per tent
Act aa Trustees under mortgage.
tr-iage estates (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers, wills. Bonds, eta.
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporation and Pit
Book examined and reported on.
Statements of Affair prepared.
Trustees on rtanknint at TntnltMi
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL eTREET.
DeDOfiftl rerMvnrt nH IniAMir
ItiWed At A 12 nor ront na awnttm l.
aCCOrdflnrH With ntilna an DAvttA
tions, copleo of whlci may be obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDEN1
inu tmrLurtHB' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
Wm. a. Irwlr
Claus Spreckels & Co.
t T. H.
Aan FranplaA Aianta Th w.
vada National Bank of 8an Francisco
San Franelieo The Nevada N
tlonal Bank of Baa Francisco.
London The Union Bask ot Loi
New York-American Bxcbanga N
Chicago Merchants' National Bank
Pari Credit Lronnai.
rlln Oresdner Bank.
kong Shanghai Banking Corporation,
now .ina ana Australia Bans
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ol
British North America,
approved security. Commercial aid
Thb1aI 1..JI1. ...
'c''- viEuiii iiiuea. urns or Ex
ChftDfA hniltrht lllrl art In
Collection! Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building and Loai
AOSETS, JUNE W, 1901, $80,04J7
Mosey loaned on approved security
A Saving Bank for monthly depoilta
H0UR6 built On tha mnnlhU In... I.
Twenty-third Eerie of Stock I no
OFFICERS-:. L. McLean. Preal
dent: A. a. wima vi., o.a.u..s
. B. Gray, Treaturer; A. V. Gear
uiHKCTORS - J. L. McLean. A
A. Wilder. A. V. ni, n n
J- Dy Holt A. w. Keech, j. A. LylJ
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A. V. QBAR,
Offlce nour: iz:J0 i:so p. m.
Tbe Yokohama Specie Bank
Subicribed Capital.... Ten X4.000.0W
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
... " e e.Yiu.oun
ISAU OKFICH, YOKOHAMA.
Tha Tlnmlr ...... .....1 . a .
, .. . ""' auu receives lor col
lection BUI of Exchange, Issue Drafts
and Letter of Credit and transact
general banking business.
P Wxed p., .,
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For 12 month 4
For months ,,
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank.
new itepubiic Bid., Ih King Slree
The Evening Bulletin. 75 cent. .
Weekly edition of the Bulletin. $1 a
rine iod printlna at the Bulletin
t . . 1
12 PAGES OF NEWS, COMMENT,
int UHtAlWl HUMAN INTEREST.
BRIGHT - WELL WRITTEN
Agents, Broken and Jobbers.
G, IfWill & CO.
Western Sugar Refinery Company ol
Baldwin Locomotlvo Work of Phila
delphia, Pa , U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N. Oblandt & Co.' Chemical Fertlll-
Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed' Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALH;
Parnfflne Paint Coa P.& D. Paint and
Papers; Lticol and Unseed Oil,
raw ahd boiled.
Indurlne (a cold water paint), In white
Filter PreBs Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walslua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugai Mill Co.
Tbe Fulton Iro Wo.ks, St. Louis, Mo.
Tbe Standard LU &
The Ceo. F. Blaks liteam Pump.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire In. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
!!. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castl First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pre.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Audltoi
Sugar Factors and
t Commissioi Agents
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial
Sugar Co.. Haiku Snnr c'n Polo Pl.n.
tatlon Co.. Nnhlkn ilnnp rv, tfihi
.Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwn.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Oiffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Audltoi
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE IN8URANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Suear Plnnf nn nKAMA. n n
Mmu Kar Co, Wallul"l Sugar Co
L" onsar v.0 .uaiuanaia luincb Co
The Planter' Line of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line ol
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wv
terhouBe and Geo. R. Carter, Director.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
are now offering tho famous
at such low prices that jou cannot af
foid to let the opportunity go. They
are so cool and tho price so comfort
able) that they Beem made for this
Weekly Edition of the Bulletin, $1
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