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A house df Uvu or Klx rooms, situated
ilthcr in .Mntio.1 ir Wulklkl. must
lit- In good icpnir. Addicss "I" S., '
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Hoik, dr., iilaiilnlloii or otherwise;
irnsonublo salary. Address "A. '..,"
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keeping of :i set of hooks during
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One largo room or suite for Reuileman
mid wife, with board. Address "M."
llullellu olllco. 3540 lv
To buy a Hawaiian bred horse. (Ichr
liif A- Unlike, 7M S King HI I'houe
While IHI. ;i;i7 Iw
Ten first Hush carpenters lire wanted
by Hum I Construe tiou Co., Kahau
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t'oltaije tn lei on llereianla Ht Tbreo
bediooius and all modern (Otfcul
enies Just ni', ly pjiuleil inside
mid out Hi in bejp. Aipl ai !
Hie of Kaplulaiii HMute :t" - tf ,
Itemed Hi Milt tho l
linn's. Helen's Court
. til. Illll. I..IIKI.
urtriM yiivifx un.ioiN
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wnllnn News Co., Vouiir bldg. Phone
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klkl. Oencral Kniploymem Office,
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i Good Help
Wc have office appliances
that aro considered "GOOD
HELP" In the every day
work that must be attended
to. Our GlobcWernlckc Fil
ing Cabinets are not excelled
by any other make. These
or a bookcase will answer for
A Christmas Gift.
should follow a day of rec
reation at Haleiwa, where
there is golf, tennis, ca
noeing and rest of the
most substantial charac
St, Clair Bidgood,
Bamboo Turnlture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 6. BERETANIA ST.
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SrEDS FOR SALE.
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"Tor Bale" caiils at UuUclln.
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('bristly Lane. Apply Mum the Oalm College football eleven
HuilthBL. maukallotFl.l ,. ..
Wong Kwal, Smith St., tnaukn Hotel
2 furnished front toon at 1223
ina St.; rcut rcasunublo . 3401-tf
Newly furnished mosiiullu proof roorun.
nt 84 Vineyard St. 272S-U
A luigo driving horHO. Kiillnble for fnni
lly use. Imiuiie llullellu ulllco or,!'01"' uwl"R ' ,lu' condition of
! O l!o UK. 5441w
stiTllug hllm vrulr spoons Ono
of Hi" lltH'Xt lints eer Hhowti.
I'rlies reasonable Dlel. tliu Jewel
er I'ort St. 3540 tf
A bull terrier pup. three month old:
rlieap. .Villi res "S U, llullctlii,", " "' ','" - ""v" "" '
Olllce. 3339 tf' 8I'1 ""' "a" ""'' v,vt0 'ow al"t
' ' made but little Impression on tliu
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing, I l''ilou Hue. Tho Kama back fields
water, fruit and ornamental treet ! ,,r' weak In both their riinnliiK and
tr.d all Improrcmrnti. Two mln
utei' walk from can and I'unahou
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In Honolulu. Consequently,
you have the whole assort
ment to choose from, If you
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Thu Wuokly IMItluu of Ilia Kyewlng
llullellu giviij n ioiiiiiln siiuimiiry of
Ih i,uw of Iho day. For Wl i ysar,
J. . WJ
BLUE AND (iOLD CHAMPIONS
On n iniiility mill slippery Held Sat
urduy afternoon out on llm Kinn cam-
ir-iuunniriiiou inai moy wore I lie HU-
Km-.I'1'1"'"? tram ami iitililayiM the Jienvler
Knm team by running up a score of
' Several hundred spectator Rather
I I'd tin Ilia sldo linen niul wiTwlied the
longhaired ft ill rl ill ty wallow In the
mud. The game was somewhat unln
(creating fioni a Hpectalnr'ii stumb
field. It witi; Impossible to play good
Hiuppy foolball nod neither team
could execute much team work owing
to the insecure footing. On uctount
of their superior welRht the Kani
I ,I"'H "I'0'!'1! kave ninde a better show-
ling, but they showed the lark of
, r,;'"'llln mi(1 'rP k,'l" " ,m' M,'n'
Iilffi tn.ial nt tlw. tniMi. MM..... lt,.,u
klekliiR deparllueiitK. .McPotlgnl out
punted OlUer, tho latter kcIIIiik IiIm
kicks nay In poor Mhape. The Knm
defense was lull of holes mid iiHIioukIi
Hie lllue ami Hold team wiih playing
without the use of l.mviey, their slar
bnik. they ran tho eiuls ami thioiiRb
the Hues for Rood rhIiih. Tho Kniim
loiind It hard to advance the hall and
only mnde their yards on a couple of
.iireaslnus. The nearest that they
came tn the O.tlius' Roul line wan In
the second half, when they went
HiioiieIi the lllue mid (IuIiI'h left wins
tor koiihi cim.l i-ilno Th.... ..nrrio.i
,,, ,iaM , 10 ,g , MU , . W(,ip
held for don ns. (Juarterliai I;
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Ileen Hhowed Rood JudKlilelit br Its nit
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' ' ' '" " k K" "" a Ru i u hi i uu in in r u u
iiIiir Rami) In this wny hu keiit bin
own goal line safe and wore down tho
Forward Pait Works
It was with the forward pass that
the Uahiis scored both touchdownx.
This piny worked beautifully and al
Hamuli It looked easy In slop still It
Kepi the KauiH In tho air and worked
lor many a Rood Rain. The ICaius tried
this trick twice but made a poor
hlnmliiR by IosIur the ball lu both at
tempts. The Puns sprung n new one
In the form of a forward pass from
McDoiiRal after fallliiK back for n
kick. In Ibis position he would pan:)
tllo ball far over the heads of tho
Kama lo his own players who wero
waltlnR for It. It was a Rood play
but owing to the wet ground Mcl)ou
l!a rould not Rut n pood footing lo
make tho long pass. This forward
,,aKK was ,r,,cy resioliHlblo for both
JleDoiigal kicked off at Hi,, begin
'''"j "' jL1!0 "" ,ml'- "U' ?""' M
ards. Tliu College boys played a very
i,en diifeiiHlvn but It nrm-,.,i .!,...,-
- - --- -...n.
The Kama wcie forced lo kick. f.
about five minutes nflcr play started
.McDoiirqI fell back to try for a field
IKoal uul faiu''' '" M attempt. Tim
'-;'" w. .i..n r .no
'mark. Oliver punted twenty yariU.
Tho Puns executed tho forward pans
itwlco in succession for Rood Rains.
lT,le Kn,"H '""lc a l,rIU:u a,l(1 ,"'1'1 lmr',
but n forwaid pass from lleen to l.y
man did Hie trick and the first touch
down was made amid cheers Horn the
I'unalioii rooters. -Mellougal missed
mi easy rouI. Hioro S-0.
The play during tho remainder of
the hair was uninteresting nnd Hover-
al exchanges of punts saw tliu College
)y ReI1K 10 ,.,. ,)f tIl0 rRllnu.n,,
I ho ball uas kept in tho Knm tcrrl-
lory most of tho time. When tho ref.
ereu blew tliu whlstlu for the end ol
tho first half tha Piinuhoiis had the
hull on llm Kain.V CO-yaril line.
Olhor kicked off 40 yards for tliu
Kums ami I.ymnn run the ball In Id
yurda befoio ho wus downed. McDou
gul executed a fuku kick by passing
tho bull over thu heads of tho playcis.
Tho it Irk failed lu work this tliuu.
Thu KaniK got the ball and for tho
first time showed a llttlo dnsli. They
hit the Piiiiuhou linn hard and inailo
some Rood Rains. They worked the
bail lu the 18-yard lino and wero held.
The I all was booted out of daiiRer b)
.McDouriiI. On tho n Ing gamu the
l'liniihous had Ino best or It, Thoy ex
ecuted n foruaid pass for a gain of 2(1
yuids ami then tho Kams tried thu
samu btmit and lost tho ball. Tht ball
was woiked lo a fnlr position by tho
Puns nnd McDouriiI missed his second
I rial at a field Roal.
Che Bui's Pretty Run
Afler the ball wob placed on the
40-yard lino a forward pass was exe
cuted by the Puns. Clio llul, with thu
hull tucked firmly under his uriii,
sprinted for 10 yuids by thu sldo of
lloogs mid made tho prottlcBt play of
the day and scoring tho seumd touch
down. McDutiKnl this tliuu sent thu
pigskin falily between the rujI posts
mid mnde I lie score trail 11-0,
Aiiti mis mu untiling of special in-,lo
toioHt happened except the kick tho
minis ii'Kisiurvii ill mu allowing or tn.)
si ore uy ino (en
tho tefeice. When iluy end.
ill was mi tho Kiiiiih' 20-yaid
(ll llio (IV
,IM" '" I1""'''"" "f H Uliio uud I
! Cupliilii l.ynnn piolmbly i hn
' WT . ill
)best fill-round work for his team. Ho
made sonic pretty Rains and kept bis
feet well considering the wet ground.
McDougnl played n strong defense, as
did tho entire line of I'unahou, Oliver
and Lota showed up well for the
Kams, The latter team tackled way
loo high and thought more of n run
ner's neck than they did of his legs.
Coach Heed deserves credit for the
good playing nnd condition of bis
team. Itywas HiourIiI by many yes
terday that the Kams would win, but
tho playing proved that they wero
This gamo tuny end the football sea
sou with thu Onhu College boys cham
pions unless the Diamond Heads can
lustle up n team lo play on ThankH
Following Ih the lineup In Satur
Onhu College, Kams.
I, Doors . ,..
.... C. Knu
' i.7 T.
C. Aktna ....
Che llul II. Kuupulia
I'. While ..
... II. Ollvor
. . T. Norton
It. II. II.
1. II. II.
I.yman A. Lota
3. Desha I). Mabukona
Tho olllelals were:
Itereree Hov. K. II. Turner.
Umpires Messls. Williamson and
Head linesman dipt. Sam Johnson,
Timekeepers Messrs, Flits unil l.lv-
The hulves were ol twenty minutes'
The Kams had no kirk coming at
MAIiES njpil WIN
Tho Punahoiis inado their first ap
pearance of tho season on thu Socker
Held and downed the blueconlH of Un
cle Sam's Army by a scoro of 4 to 0.
The Puns p1aed a fair gamo nnd al
ways had a lead, Catton nnd I.o On
were the slam of thu lllue and Gold
Icntu and both played good ball. Thu
left wing of the Puns played fast ball
and kept thu Soldier lads always on
Thu Infantry team was outclassed
In oery thing .but size, uud lu this re
spect they had tliu best of tho Puns.
Alter thu first kick-off It was not hard
lo pick a winner, as tho Puns rarrled
llm hall through the Soldiers at will.
Tho Soldiers lucked team work and In
lact did not try for combinations nt
all. It seemed ns though ono Infan
tryman was In tho other's wny nnd
they often Interfered with ono nnutli-1
cr. The Piiiih had tho first chance to
score on n penalty but Cation's try
vent wide of tho mark. They manag
i d lo make ono goal, however, In the
first half. ;
(loalkocpcr Thompson was rcitalnly
kept busy In the H"(oud hair nnd Ihu'
luiis took ull kinds or shots nt Mm. '
Sumo were blocked but three got be-1
Iwoeti the posts. Tho Soldiers now!
ami thru would mnko a dash but when
their forwards had a chance to shoot ,
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.uu mum nun uimni-u uy inuiiy leei.
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. uu mminTH eoiumiiieu a I oil I in tills
liUlf uud the Puns had a free kick but
missed. Afler outplaying their rivals
al every angle or tho gamu the Puna
won out by the store or 4-0,
Thu llue-up was;
Thoinpsoi I,o On
Vnn Vllel Cation
D'ltigllug Mi Council
Casteduy Mou Yin
M"i S. Duvls
I'U'i'lix J. II. Cation
llefuu-e J. L, Colburn.
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mm VS NliiH '
The second gamo or the day was I
Plavcd between thu Diamond Head
Athletic Club and tho Malic. Tliu '
latter team won by two goals nfter'
as piotty n stiugglu us one would wunt .
o see un u football Held. This gumo
was ipilte ii eoutinst to thu (list, lloth
teams, worked well together uud
i bowed good football furni. Tho Dlu-
iiioiuls have n very fast team nnd
their tiiiwanls aio n hard loiubluntiuu!
beat u Ihu gulllu piogiessed the i
lay btiaiue faster nnd lowaiil tho
last got imiuowhiit lough. Homo of
'the playiis IiiiiikIiiciI Unit Ihey weiu
Some or ihu (iinibliinlloiiH of Ihu
tvsn iciiius weiu guuil, efren Wiibb
lim hud his InuiiU full uml win mi In-
lent upon watching the guiiiu t lint ho
got Into the mix-up and was struck by
(clil upon wntchlug the giuno llmt lio I
the hall several times,
Tho Diamonds lost the game from
their Inability to shoot. They always
, chose the wrong time, Fernandez,
i Woo, Anderson nnd pesha nro going
'to make It warm for all of the learns
before the season Is over.
J Cattcral scored tho first goal for the
iMalles after some pretty playing. Ceo.
ILrentb u-limn llm Mnltnu nlrLf1 t.i.
the Inst minute, demonstrated that lie
can piny Socker as well as hu can
swim. Ills work In tho left wing or
the Mallcs was good and his score of
n goal three minutes before tlino was
!up cinched thu game for the tlrecn
'and Cold team. Ueurgu Hindu a long
Idrlhblu before he got Into shooting po
jsltlon. i The I), II. boys were very persist
lint In their efforts nnd had they been
I better shots they would have won.
(Irceno nnd Clnrk of the Diamond
Irani played very strong defensive
bull. The Diamond Heads will uiaku
a hard try for the championship.
Ma lies. Diamond I lends.
Anderson Urn nd
,... i:. Desha
. M. Anderson
. A. Williams
Jamlesoi I. Woo
Ken fl. Desha
Itefiree J. W. Waldion.
WM SPDlillM TIPS
Work on the Country Club house be
gan today. Same will be finished In
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The Kams weru favorites In tho
Oahu-Kiim lootball game Suturduy.
II II II
Coach Heed hns demo good work
Willi llic Onhu College boys Ibis sen
r.ou and turned out a championship
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Tho Cooper hi others nre the fastest
swimmers ul O.iliu College.
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Loral rare horse men ure talking of
building a truck.
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There will bu a Thanksgiving Ten
nis tourney nt Kwn.
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Watch for Joy'H and Kn Sue's pic
tures lu tho Frisco papers.
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Tho Diamond Heads have the fast
est Socker team In the League.
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Thero Is sumo tnlk or n Diamond
Head team playing Ihu Oalm College
boys football soon.
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Howlng and swimming meets be
twern Oalm College nnd the Kani
Scho-ils would bu Interesting,
u h n
Ah I.oy has them all faded when it
c fines to yell leading.
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Archlo Robertson Is captain and
r winger of the Diamond Head swim
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Mr. Cioss will begin to Install bis
bowling alleys In thu Hotel llaths as
toon iih ho returns from tho Slutes.
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A regulation handball court would
be popular In this country. Handball
Ih the most popular gamu played at
tho Olympic Club. Chicago Athletic
Club mid Now York Athletic Club.
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Water polo will be welcomed by tho
swimmers, (leo Cooke, who was the
tuptuln of thu Yolo team, will glu tho
boys beio their first lesson.
Judge Archie Mabaulii, the cham
pion nativo golf player or the Islands,
succeeded lu dropping tliu best gross
and net kcoro nt Haleiwa yesterday
and won tho local goir tourney there.
Arehlu got around thu 18 boles In 80,
which Is good going. Manager St.
Clair Illdgood bIbo played somu goir
nml landed In Hecond place, J, Llttlo
came lu third. Theiu weru ten play
on entered and the three best scores
v. eie uh follows:
1 A. Miihaulii SO :i :i
2 St. C. Illdgood U7 i 85
." J. I.lltle 121 25 DO
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CHANCE CHWS CAPTAIN
When Frank Chance arrived nt Ims
Angeles ho carried tho following bunch
or excess baggage: One gold wutch,
one chiiln. u nrrsent from Charlie Mur
phy, owner or tho "Spuds"; ono loving
cup fioni thu Chicago Athletic- Club;
onu diamond ring fiom tho membciH
of Ihu Cblciigo National baseball tnim;
one watch charm, studded with 14 huge
dhliuiiuds. Horn (Uorgu M. Colinii, Iho
"Yankee Doodle boy", one largo chuu
of silver, containing 201 pieces, fioni
llm Chlciigu Hoard or Trudej u beur
cub wiih ii diamond collar; wiilklng
Hick, nhavlng sru, mvenil suits of
clolheg. Thi'sii wno nil presented lu
"Hunk" by Chicago fans. That's what
Jim get for winning u pennant u tliu
Wliuly L'lly. ir his Irani had defend, 1
llm Wlillo Hon it fieluht nir would Imviil
As n team Chicago 'made 1310 lilts
for lfifln bases, batting percentage, .262;
Pittsburg 1313 bits. 1C47 bases, .201;
New York. 1217 hits. ir,30 bnsr-s, .255:
Philadelphia, 1183 lilts. 1510 bases. .241:
Cincinnati, 119S lilts, 1628 bases, .238,
llrooklyn, 11C0 hits, 150S bases,
i RECORDS HEIDBV AMERICANS
i The following list of record holdeis
goer, to show Hint America Is way
Jul end of nny other nation when It
conies In ntliletlcs,
lleru mu some of the records held
CO-iiiotor clash Krnenzlcln, or Uni
versity or Pennsylvania; 7 seconds.
Ifli-ineter liash Ilnhn, of Universi
ty of Michigan; in 1-5 seconds.
2W-meter dash Halm, of Unit cub
ly of Michigan; 21 3-5 seconds.
400-meter dnsli Illllmnii, of tho
New York Athletic Club; 13 1-5 sec
onds. 800-meler run l.lglitbody, of Uni
versity of Chicago; 1 fnliitito 50 sec
onds. ISOO-nictcr run I.lghtbody, of Uni
versity or Chicago; 4 minutes 6-1-6
2u00-mcter steeplechase Orion, of
the University or I'euiisylvniilii; 7
minutes 34 seconds.
110-meter hurdles Kriieuzleln, or
tho University or Pennsylvania; IB
minutes 2-5 second,
200-meter hurdles lllllmuii, or tho
Now York Alhlelle Club; 25 3-5 sec
onds. 400-meter hurdles Tewkesbury, or
University or PeuiisyUaulii; 6, 3-5
Standing broad Jump 15 wry or tho
Now York Athletic Club: 11 feet 4 7-S
Standard high Jump Kwry of the
New York Athletle Club: 6 reel 5
Huiitilng broad Jump Prlustcln or
Syracuse University: 21 reel I Inch.
Hop, skli nml Jump Prlnstelii, of
Syracuse University; 47 feet I t-2
Itiiuiilng high Jump llnxlur, or tho
University of Pennsylvania; 0 reel 2
Pole vault Dvorak or tho linker
tlly or Mlclilguu; II feet 0 Inches.
Discus throw Sheridan of Irish
American Athletic Club; 130 reel 2
Hammer throw Ftunagnu or Irish
American Athletle Club; 108 feet 1
Shot put Hobo of the University or
Michigan; 48 reel 7 Inchea.
300-yard hindles Hurry L. Hill
man, New York Athletic Club; 30 2-5
Putting 8-pound shot Martin -I.
Sheridan, Iilsh-Aincrlcan Athletle
Club; 01 reel 8 Inches.
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Football under new rules, an ilem
oust rated In the Uurvnid-Cuillslo
game at Cambridge Saturday, meets
Willi favorable comment from Presi
dent Charles W. F.llot or Harvard
University, In mi Interview tnado pub
MRS. A. B. INGALLS Violinist
MRS. L. TENNEY PECK
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL
Tuesday, Nov. 27, 1906
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
and Bergstrom Music Store.
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IMPORTERS S. MANUFACTURERS
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W. M. Alexandsr... Second Vie Prat.
L. T. Pack Tfilid Vie Prtt.
J. Wittrhoute Treasurer
E, E. Paxton Secretary
W. O, Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
INSURAHBE AGENTS ,
Hawaiian Commercial V Sugar C.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Conpan,
Klhtl Plantation Company.
Hawaiian 8uoar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company. I
Kahulul Railroad Company.
H.leckala Ranch Comoany,
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:: Sugar Factor.
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural C.
Tha Koliala Sugar po.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Worko, St. Loult, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pump.
The New England Life Insurant Co,
The Aetna Fire Int. Co. of Hartford,
Tht Alliance Atturanc Co. of London.
Vh. . Irw & Ct., Ltd
WM. Q. IRWIN. ..President and Mgr.
JNO. O. OPRECKELC.Itt Vic Pre.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vie Pre.
H. M. WHITNEY..... Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steimthlp Co., San Francisco,
Western 8ugar Refining Co., San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Newatl Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Ccn Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific OH Transportation Co., S'ln
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant Co., Oi -net Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar CorWaltuku 8ugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Eugxr Co., The Planter
Lln4 of San Francisco Packets, Chat.
Brewer & Co.'t line of Boston Packttt.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M, Cocke, President; Qeo-q
Robertton, Vice President and Mans.
aer; E. F. Blthop, Treature,' and Rtc
rriaryi F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor, P.
C. Jores, C. M. Cooke and J. P.. Gilt,
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
Ith FLOOR, 8TANGENWALD BLDG.
Is not a Luxury; It la a Necessity.
But you Must have the BE8T
and that Is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Masta.
chutetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke.
HONOLULU, T. H.
William T. Patv.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully execuUd
Offic 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blut 2332,
I Is kept on file at E.
Vi. PAKE'S ADVER.
T I 8 I N G AGENCY,
124 8ansome St., San Francltco, Cal.,
where contracts for advertising can
wart f It.
SlF"For Rent" earn on tal at
Iho liulletln office.
BULLETIN ADS, PAY