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tubllihed Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. H., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON.. Editor
Entered at the Postofflco at llouo
lelu as second class matter.
Per month any v. hero In t' S...J 71,
n- ............. .... i. l tt a o mi
rc iiiiaiivi mi wiii'ji; ill u. o., .v
Per car, an j v. hero In U tf .c6
er jear, postpam, foreign u.uv
Elx month J oil
Per ji'Ht an whine lu US... 101)
Per year postpaid, foreign ... 1 V)
Pcitoflico llox 715
M'CU'I ."i l'0'
Spi inl niti'K to I he vuli.iiui off' i un
uppniiunltv lli.il ought not to in in
kIimMoiI by iMOdints unl tHitii . in ihi
ilt who hut' neior een the v, wills
Kiriitet ok.ino In mthr npriiitiun
t llllo will nun g't the itunita or tii
tois It nanti without lialnc, p ilrt a
dollar to nttr.net them 'I his Is the
gieat adantage of having n well In1
li a -il okano at the clt' ta k door.
King IMwjiiI and the gieat lloer
fighters Imp exchanged pergonal
itiuitesle It l to be hoped this Is the
Una) ad of a fierce diatna In whleli
both sides Jif thanKftil to tall It
' CllltK '
Young Alfonso, King of Spain. Is tit
ling up in a that ought to annuo
him a plaie in the histor of icimle
opera. The spedacnlar Isabella can't
hold a taiidle to the "jollies' Alfonso
Is reported to be Siting his subjects
President HooxetcH In his New Iln
gland addiesses tells the ptoplu that
the R.ifet of the nation tests In the
ociuinu scne iharacter of citizens jii'l
officials Hawaii can laiso a lit-ai t
second to this motion as a consequence
of Its own i xperlem e with lai k of opi
nion sense and weakness of character
'lo place such men as HooeeIt lefers
to In charge of legllatltc affairs Is now
th muln ilaiik in the piltatf platfoim
which e-er intelligent iltizcn Is fram
ing foi the guidance of his action this
fall This Terrltor has had enough
of false piomlneH and lnc.aparlt
Governor Taft Is
Again In Manila
.Manila August 22. Civil (loem
oi Talt readied hole this morning at
da) light on hoard the United States
gunboat General Aha, from alngnpore.
Straits Settlements. He was utilconi
ed with an enthuslastle popular dem
The day had been made a holldny
and the cltj was decorated. Klglj
large aiehes had been elected on thy
streets Twenty thousand iiathes
Irom adjoining provinces pattklpateit
In the demonstrations in honor of the
Governor a arilval. There was a pa
lade in vessils in tli bn anil thlit)
detointed (raw nrr)lng iniinhii nf
the t'ivll Commission, nililtai) orTkera
anil the I ei option committee to meet
the General lvu down the liaj aim
escort the Govtrnoi Talt to the en.
tiance of the I'aslg river The Gov
ernor was escmted l(j a large lumen
slon to the palaco In the walled city
where a public reception -vas held.
Responding to an address or wel
come. Governor Taft outlined the
progress and the icsult of his ncgii
nations at Home In the, matter of thu
Philippine irlars, and said all church
questions were progressing toward a
satisfactory settlement The Govern
oi said the action taken by Congress
concerning the Philippine Inlands
showed that the American people hcin.
estl) desired to help the Filipinos, Thu
Americans were determined tho Inl
ands should not be exploited by Amer
icans at the expense of the Filipinos.
Governor Taft predicted that eventu
ally the archipelago would have prac
tically free trade, and he congratulat
ed the Filipino people upon the icsto
ration of peace.
Ho advised the Filipinos to till ine
soil and restore their country rather
than waste time In useless political
agitation He promised personally to
labor for tho natives, and asked for
their confidence and bupport. Govern
$ or Taft was given nn ovation on the
streets of the city during bis progress
to the palace, and he received another
ovation at his reception
BOTHA BARRED OUT.
The Hague, August 21 General
and Mrs Botha stalled for liiusseU
London. August 21 It Is announced
hero In a special dhpatch from Urns,
aels that tho Uelglan Government has
lenuested tfifRocr Generals Botha,
l)e Wet and Uelarey not to enter ltd
liium, and that the station master at
tho North Railroad station has been
Instructed to summon troops to keep
otder In the event of IiIb receiving iuo
miration of the presence of the Gen
erals on board a train from .Holland.
Brussels, August 21. General and
Mrs. Ilotba have nrrlved here. They
lecelved a hearty reception from the
A .Michigan Arm has Just received an
oordcr to ship 1500 telephone poles to
the telephone company of Kgvpt, which
Is making extensive increases In Its
business and the area coveted by Its
Bill Talks on
f$:.; W&W '?$&
liblv if jlolurrmitl, M flu!
JAMES J. HILL. RAILROAD MAGNATE.
St Paul, Minn Aug 20, A number
nf notable addresses were made today,
that of President .1 J Hill of tho
Great Northern Railroad upon Oriental
trade being of special Intel est, Presi
dent Hill was tntioduced to the con
sick at the niter noon session and
spoke on the subject. "Oui Trade Willi
the Orient," a topic on which he has
come to he legatded an an authority
He sketched briefly the trade of the
Orient and the various movements di
rected toward securing It in the past
From the opening of Japan to foreign
Ir.ntn that country's trade has Increas
ed tenfold The population of the
Orient with which we might trade con
stitutes about one-half of the popu
lation of the o.n tli. lie dlscussej the
piospectlve tiade with the Chinese peo
ple whom he iigardcd as more entei
prMng and better business men than
the InpanchP He paid a high trlhulo
to thu Chinese saving no people on
cat Hi could drive an Intelligent Chinese
out uf it comeiclal proposition
I .ink of adequate transportation fa
cilities greatly hlndcM trade Our
tiaik there is capable of infinite devel
opment All the European countries
go act oss two oceans to reach that
trade which they greall) desire, while
we need cross hut one. He gave briefly
un Idea of the great development In our
trade theie In recent yeirs The first
American cotton went to Japan and
China six J cars ago, lack of transpor
tation having prevlousl) prevented It
The shipment of cotton has constantly
and greatly Increased every vcar since,
and now his road bad been compelled
to refuse orders for as much as 20,000
bales of cotton In one month because
of the lack or shipping facilities.
The trust question vvns In evidence
again today In the discussions before
the trans-.MIsslsslppI Congress, and a
number of resolutions bearing upon Its
various phases were Introduced and
icferred to the committee on lesolu
tlons Colonel .Moses C. Wetmorc of
St Louis Introduced a series of Mrong
anil trust lesolutlons which declared
Washington August Hi The Jnp
anise Mlnlstei .Mr. Taluililru said to
dav when asked as to the attitude of
the Japanese Government In regard to
the Midway Islands unci Wake Island,
ill which so much has been written
lately, that the Japanese had no Inten
tion to claim sovereignty over the Inl
ands, and that when tho United States
Government made certain teprescnta
Hon In elation to the Mldwny Islands
In January. 1WH, tho lapancso Govern
ment at once declared to the same ef
fect. Mr. Takahlia lurther said that
If the United Stutes Government
should send a war vessel to the isl
ands, as leportcd In the newspapera,
Japan would expect only that due pro
tection should bo given to Japanese
subjects who may be found theie as
long as they are engaged in peaceful
Aside from tho fotcgolng statement
by the Japanese Minister, it can bo
added from authuiltntlvo Government
sources that the most satisfactory feel
ing exists between tho Americans and
Japanese officials as to the good lalth
of each and the harmonious adjust
ment of the question relating to .Mar
AMERICANS SUIT OUT
New York, Aug. 22. A cable to thi
Herald from London fays: Americans
who are disposed to seek tliclr fortunes
In South Africa are finding tliat to gain
cutrance to tho llrltlsh pouictslonb in
that Jiart of the world Is no easy mat
(er BinTu peace was proclaimed. Hun
dred of citizens of the United State
have applied at South Afiican permil
olllceb In Victoria ttrect for permission
to go to Johanneaburg und other towns
In the) interior, and a largo number of
them liavo been turned away,
Printed regulations have been Issued
regarding this mattei. One of them
stipulates that the applicant for a per
mit must bare at least 100 in his
possession, or prove he Is In a position
to maintain himself In South Africa.
Ho must also prove that tho object nf
his Journey Is definite and bona fide.
The Iirltlsh Government purposes to
keep paupers out of the country. Pros
pecting miners are also not considered
EVEKINQ BULLETIN, nONOLTJLP, H. T., SATURDAY,
.that trusts are a menace to a tcpubll
J can form of government and to the
nopes anil iimuiltons or youth, nncl
urged the President to enforce exist
ing laws against Illegal combinations,
and If those laws are Insufficient he Is
asked to call upon Congress to supply
On the other hand, F. n Thuiber of
New York Introduced u tesolutlon ask
ing Congress to suspend Judgment un
til It can be learned whether or not
trusts are nn evil. Thurher's eleclaia
tlon In his speech of yestenlay that
after months uf careful Imiulry mid
examination he was able to assert that
the so-called beet trust was a figment
of the Imagination called forth n rcso
lution today from William 11 Eustls
of .Minneapolis asking that this p.ut
of .Mr. Thuibcr's address he expunge il
from the lecouls of the congiess. Tho
motion caused a lively debate and was
made a special order for tomorrow's
Speaking of the proposed Isthmian
ship canal, Hill declared he would not
lay a straw In the way of Its construc
tion at an expense of some $.100,000,
000, but In his opinion IC", 000.000 to
$10 000,000 spent In deepening the
channel of the Mississippi rlvei be
tween New Oilcans and St. Louis
would give far better results In the
end. As to money spent on the Im
provement of the upper waters of that
came liver, he thought It would be
much better Invested In Inlgating the
arid regions of the Great West Tho
railroads were not In the habit of tak
ing It -o consideration river rates north
of St. Louis In fixing their railroad
lates, for tho icason that the river
business In that section was compara
tively small and of little value He
suggested that for Irrigation It would
he the best plan for the Government to
irrigate and develop 1000 neies of land
nt nn expense of $5 to $10 Mi acre and
ithen sell It for from $10 to $20, thereby
j dealing n fund to carry on further Ir
rigating schemes without unv expense
beyond that first Involved
lh Unit Mich August JO Genual
llimsi'll All?, i fmliiei. Sti.iintrti nf
War. Issued a statement this alter
noon announcing himself a receptive
Icanilldatc for the, United States Sen
'ate fiom Michigan to succeed the late
'James McMillan The statement Is as
I "Detroit. Mich., August 20. l'.H'.'.- I
will not ec-ek the appointment oi elec
jtlon to tho orflec of United States Sen
ntor to fill the vacancy caused by the
death of Senator McMillan The orflec
and honor me too great to he thus
'gained. Should, however, the people
of Michigan, through their Legislature,
see fit to ele-ct mo to that high office,
I will accept It and till It to the best of
"To tho fi lends who have so klndl)
expiessecl a deslio to have me thus
chosen as their lepresentatlve I wish
to tender my grateful thanks
"II. A. ALGKIt"
Geucinl Alger declined to be seen
by newspaper men after the statement
had been Issued, sending vvoid that lie
had nothing furthi r to snv. A note ask
ing him, "Will you miLjco nn cffoil to
secure the election of lneinberH of the
Legislature invornblo to your Seunto
rial candidacy'" was sent In to him In
his private office. In reply tho Gtnei
al sent word that ho could answer no
questions at piesent.
King Alfonso Stirs
Up Spamsh Nobility
New Voik, Aug, 22. A cable lo the
Journal from Much Id hus King Al
fonso continues to btartle the nobllltv
of Spain by hls'eArt-eiittlc fictions. He
uat disregarded "ail pfopoal of liU
councilors that ho marry a Kurnpwn
Princess, and has announced Ills Inten
tion of marrjlng tho daughter of some
South American capitalist lo mend the
shattered state finances. ii-conUlc tbe
lepubliian element by taking a plcblan
consort and lestoro Spanish piestlgei In
Latin America The King lias lnHiiu
cd a representative) of the Spanish
corvvn In South America to forwaid
him full details of the millionaires pint
seising eligible daughters
Alfonso has thrown a bombshell In
to the ranks of the nobility by stating
his Intention of dissolving the Oiand
Order of the Anuunclade, the oldest
order In Spain, and substituting for It
the new order of Alfonso XIII.
Sites and shapes adopted bv
the Soclct) of American Flor
ists. Standard Pots from 7-Inch up
have Patent Excelsior Bottom,
which Insures Perfect Drainage.
A large Invoice Just to hand
ex S. S. "Ncvndan."
STANDARD FLOWER POTS
FERN DISH LINERS
SAUCERS, ETC, ETC.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD,
Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Co'y
PREDEliICK A. BUtiNIIAM, President
Mutunl Reserve Building, - Uroadwnv, New York
Third Largest Mutual Legal Reserve Company in the
State of New York
STATE OF NEW YORK INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
. Alton April iitTi, ioj
I IRANCIS HbMMU KS SurfrliHpnJonll Imuran. Do Hrrrr-v Crtli. Hut
!!i .MuttiJl PrMT I iinj I lf A-MX(it.on now MuiujJ Uetv I Uf Invurancr (,nm
pan if tttr Cln nf iVw m tia rrp frj ith all tltf r?'luirtmrntof U . to bit
ibertfd t uitn(rpratitn cm rclncorru'jilnii anJ th.it It N authoilrJ M tranvict
ttie huvlns nt Ltlc InMirjnif ut iprtttif J In the I irt Mih-Jil.lon of Sri lion Srcniy
of Artklr II 1 tl InMir.irm Lw within UiU stale anJ Iliaiuclihiirrt rxnj nprrl
tr tntruMe J tu it
In Ittww Wtitrrtif, I luw Iwtfimtu ut"r S-J n mn auJ tauJ
IS it Ot'uLiI rj to tv altixrl in Jtjplkatr jt tltr it of Alton, on
hi tlit Jj jnj rjrf rM nNrn written '
SuperinleiUent nf tnurane
TOTAL ASSETS $ 5,790,400.73
NET SURPLUS 466,885.48
DEATH CLAIMS PAID, over $50,000,00000
FRANK L. WINTER,
Ounurnl Aitcul Turrllory f t Inw nil, .11 H I'OKTST.
i.inmtAi, ti:ums MAija with hi:i,iaiii.i: and r.xi:naEf-
(CURIOUS CRINKLES 1
By LANAI LOUNGI!!:. f
' Toii'iiiany bosses spoil the balloting,
This campaign will decide- which is
Mronget An thing in Wilcox,
Chinatown pinba1il IbluKs that anv
old Ilu' will pi od lice a clop of claims
Bpiccli unconslili'ii d Ik like the vva
teis of it ilelt h, but spiawllug ciiueiits
of shallow depth.
To tint pool tool li'nlxluloih is as
the towing of vvredi in a cornfield
CaiiillilntcH whoau chief Rtiengtli Is
tbeli pcihiilial lollowing oi push me
lilt If sue ccisflll, to pinve Hie chief
vveaKiic-SH or thuli pail '
It might be a good Investment to
pie sent c-acli member nf the Senate
Commission with a Honolulu subiiibun
house-lot, not with anv idea of e inly
ing liivor in their lepoit but to Induce
tnem to become pioneer KUinmei lesl-
dents from among distinguished cltl
7c.uk of Hie Malntanc.
o u o
Hiiiely (he Volcano House Company
docs not mean to completely modern
Up tho hosteliy'ai leported. That
would leiuove the best pait the old
fusliliiucd health with Its blading logs.
0 0 0
Welcome the slight stlt In the htotk
market. If nut a certain sjmptom of
sin plus capital on hand, it Is it n evi
dence of financial vitality,
Honolulu bns had one jcai of uipld
1 1 uncit ami likes It
"Hats'" a few )eais ago was a de
risive epletlve to Individuals. Now
it Is a noic of warning to comniunl
A Home Hull) piiimise Is like a nest
(gg of chalk. It can deceive only tlA)
bialu uf a hen.
I'ate Is honest with the A I my hu
leuuciatH In showing them that the
tiaiihpnits must call at Honolulu any-
Honolulu cltlttps 5oilgjitwllljor
sel'for the moment th"e smaU pdlltliH
of the precinct, while the voice of a
dnlcMiiiiii lirts their minds lulu the
jerenci heights from which u view can
bo had of the nitidis of the Nutlon
l'htiehv they will be enabled to leal
ire mine than evei tho measure of
their duties tovvaid the Territory of
Hawaii, foi making It wuithy of being
;uit and paicel of thu Client Auieilcnn
11 all account the Home Itule par
1 does not relish being made u ping
pong bull by its leader for the sport of
tbe Hepubllean and Democratic pai
Honolulu will be piouil to notice
AUOUST - 30, 1302.
"uinong those present," when, Its best
people 'assemble, Hon. John SI. Thins
ton. Ills early ilcteimlnntluu, upon
cjYeiorlr.nplnir uilr c MmfltMj.tn mnln l,lu
.-.,-. - ..,.. ..... .....
abode here pait of meiy year shows
l .ii n.i ..... i.. i... .,.-.
. ItUI..,, Ml,, Hill'! lll MIKIIdll 111UI
laigely explains his buceesh In life.
GEN. SIGEL DEAD
New Yuri., Aug -'I (leneral Kraiia
Slgel died ul his home In (his city to
day of old age He was I'll his seventy
I l"ouglit Mil Slgel." whs one of
the popiilai longs dining the closing
je.us of the Civil Win. It was sup
posed to lecoiuit the pciMiii.il expcil
mees of it (iciman-Ameilcan. with a
.tioiig accent in the ini) under tbe
commander who was .ilviis the Idol
of the l,Vinian slgel was a popular
heio during the gieat war and a haul
(Ienei.il Slgel was born In Slnsheliu.
Haden, Novembei IS. lS24He received
u military ecjiicatlon and took an ac
tive ami pioinlnent pan In tho Ouniui
revolution in IstS unci 1819. At thu
close of the revolution he went to
Iswltyeiland, and In 1X32 chime to the
United Stales, becoming u teacher In
'a private school In New Yoilc city.
In 1857 he lemoved to St. I.ouls, wheio
, he taught In u college. -In 1801 he be.
c.i me Colonel of the Thlid .Mlssouil
Volunteeis. and on July 3, 1801, hu
fought and won the battle of Carthage.
( Colonel Slgel wits pioinoted to the
rank of Ilrlgadlei fteneial, and fought
'against (leneral Price at Pea Itldgo
.VtCl 111, UIIU tlfl.lFU ..p. I .11 ..! ..1..
1 - "" ..... ..Mill 1IIUUI3 .IUJUr
(leneral and fought gallantly under
General Popo at the second battle of
Bull Itun, ami did good service during
tbe whole of tho Civil War. In liCG he
tettled In New York ell In 18C8 he
was the Itepuhllean candidate foi Sec.
tetury of State of New York and wns
In IS7I (leneral Slgel was elected
Itcglstei of New York city on a reform
llekct In 1880 he allied himself with
the Democracy, unci In 188,1 wus up
pointed I'nlted Slates Pension Agent In
New Yoik city h) i'lesldent Cleveland
Since bis I el I cement fiom this ofllie
he has lived ciuletl) In New York.
POWER IN CONTEMPT.
New Veil I,. August 19 Peter Pow
er who was named as I lie plaintiff In
Ihe milt to pievent tho till nine over
rf'Si"iil ?'$b ," "'e Noitbern Pacific
Hlratr toT jho Northern Serin Itles
iCotnpaii). Biilved heie today Irom
jncniiiciij, i'iivvpi was sentenced to
thlit daK' lniiiikiinieiit leeently foi
ciintemiit of c cunt In leiiislng to obey
a subpoena oideilng him to appear
and testily in the proceedings benun
In his nume. Power Biiriendrrocl to
United States Marshal Menkal and
was taken to l.udlow slieet Jail
I.ais .Muellers, the first Csciulmau
lOUriiallst. Is ill nil Un Imirm, lit, nlnl.
lng pictures, making tho woodcuts
l,l,nD..l KT...I 1 J..,., . ( ,
ii,i4svii iiuiiii'iinivjuiii guvu mm a
pi ess and tpe. He set up ami print
ed lllR tl.llini lllnikfllr nml llinn rllu,ll.
llteil It Himni'linti e,aunlan,l ... I
ling with sledge and snow shoes. Other
I?Rniilmnnv ulll , riiiiliniu l,lu uni
and Trust Go.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
CAPITAL, $250,000 00.
President Cecil Brown
Vice President ,M. P. Robinson
Cashier , . ,W. G. Cooper
, Offlco. Coiner Port and King Stl.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received ntiJ
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 4 1-2 per cent per annum.
Utiles and regulations furnished up
BISHOP & CO
BntubltHliecl In 1858.
Trtmaot business lo ell department!
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letteri
f Credit Issued on The Bank of Call
,'ornla and N. M. Rothschild Sons
Correspondent The Bank of Call
.'ornla, Commercial Banking Co. ol
Sydney, Ltd., Ltndon.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
tnd Japan through tho Hongkong A
Shanghai Hanking Corporntloa an
Chartered Hank of India. Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits al
the following rates per annum, vis:
even days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Ix month, at 3 1-2 per cent,
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act a Trustees under mortgage.
V'.iage esnvtes (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, eta.
-ecelred for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporation and Frt
Bool's examined and reported on.
Statements of Affair prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL STREET.
Deposit received and Interest al
owed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum, lr
tccordancH with rtules and Regula
Ions, copies of whlci, may be obtained
IRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDEN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
insurance Office, 924 Bethel Streat
Wm. a. Irwlr
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : t ,T. M.
an Francisco Agent The N
'ada National Bank of Ban Francisco
an Francleo Tae Nevada Na
lonal Baruc ot Baa Ituuclscc.
London The Union Bank ot Lo
New York-American Hichani Na
Chicago Merchant' National Butt
Pari Credit LvonnaU.
Berlin Dreidner Bank.
Hnnnbnnn an.4 xy.c, r
-".. ., nw .jnunama lion
lonB-Bbanghal Banking Corporation.
if New Znalsnd.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ol
British North America.
pproyed ecurlty. Commercial aae
..-..... iimii issuea. mil oi 2
change boueht nm !
Collections Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building ami Loai
A0ET8, JUNE W, 1801, WO.Oiijf
Moiey loaned en approreo ecurlt
A Having Bank for monthly deposiu
Housi, built on the monthly Install
Twe.nythIrd Eerie of Stock I mm
f.FlFEIS-3- L- McLean, Pr.I
?! i A 5,,ler' v,(;e President'
Bicritar5;11'' Trew-- A' v-
DIHECTOR8 - J. L. McLean. A
Wi'aer, A. V. Gear. 0. B. Gray
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keeck, J. A. L.
'r, J. M. UtUe, a. s. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Omce near: li;o i;;q p.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
auhscrlbed CaplUi.... Yen X4.000.00i
Paid Up Capital yen 18.000,00t
HEAD OFFICH, YOKOHAMA. '
'. ,, rT.r. "" "" toteives ror col
lection Bill of Exchange, Issues Drafti
- v., 4 .rBuu, ana transact
general banking business.
n- n 'NTERHST ALLOWBD.
On riied per ..
DFeP,',1V Ft Jinum,
For 12 month 4 ,, '
For 6 month jf
For S month ,'
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank
New Republic Bid., Hi King Strw
THE DEUCE YOU SAY
Come In und play
PING PONG - TWO TABLES
HONOLULU BOWLING PARLOR
Tho Evening Bulletin. 75 cents no
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
Fine Job printing at the Bulletin
Agent, Broker and Jobber.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company ol
Baldwin Locomotlvo Work of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co, (National
Cane 8hredder),New York, U.S.A.
N, Oblandt & Co.' Chemical Fertlll-
Alex. Cross & Son' high grade FerU-
llzers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOIt SALB:
Paramne Paint Co.' P.& II. Paint and
Papers: Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
and colors."" '
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walatua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro vVo.Vi, at. Louis, lit,
The Standard (.11 Co
The rjco. F. Blaks ijieam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire In. Co. of HartfonL
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
H. P. Baldwin Presided
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pre.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS fur Hawaiian Commercial
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugnr Co., Pala Plan
tation Pn.. VntiltM, cMa n l-iw.i
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co,
rvuuumi iiauroau uo
Wm, G. Irwin & Co
Wm. 0. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus -Spreckels Vice President
W. M. GIffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr.....Trea. and Sec.
Geo. J. Rosa Audltot
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN TRANCISCO, OAL.
VI V tr V f T ltC
' LIFE anil FIDE
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, 1. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ockala
Sugar Plant. Co, Onomca Sugar Co,
Honomu Sugar Co, Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co,Haluakala Ranch Co,
Tbe Planters' Line of San Franclsc
Packets, Chns. Brower & Co.' Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS: ,
O. M. Cooke, President; George '
Robertson, Managor: E. F. Bishop.'
Treasurer and Serrotary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. ones.H. Wa
terhouse and Qco. R. Carter, Director.
jTHE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO,,
aro now offering the famous
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS .
at Bitch low prices that you cannot N
ford to let tho opportunity go. They
aro so cool and tho price so comfort
able that they seem mada for this
the old Sewing Machine Agent, is still
In business at M2 BETHEL 8TREET.
Stock on Hand-8tandarct Dom.
tie. National. RamM.. kf ,,
Houehold, Expert and Vlndex.
"" " " t ry ana ouy.
Weekly Edition of the Bulletin, Jl
Fine Job Prlntlna at the Bulletin of.
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