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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TIT.SDAY. DECEMnFR 10 1)1 -WEEKLY.
INMCIIG IRK DARING SCIENTISTS AGAIN BRAVE MADAME PELE AND
I DESCEND DEEP INTO FIERY DEPTHS OF HALEMAUMAU
FOB GOMWIITTE E
With Rope Ladders The) Climb Down Four . . JMM,iMMssnMMMsMMMsMsMsMMBWBW tHAbt
1,1 ll.l....l,:n tnnnlnloil In
iairoiiy memuci&uiH hhhuiuii;u lu Hundred Feet and Cross Hot Lavas
Raise Funds for the Mid-Pacific
Carnival. To Secure Gas Samples. HELP
Fred L. Waldron heads. the finance
oromittee for the 1913 MI.M'aelflc Car-
ilval to be held in February, and for
lis assistants will have A. Iwi, Jr.,
nanagcr of the Bank of Hawaii, as
reasnrer, and Kmil Ucrndt, manager of
ho Vf. W. DImond Company, an secre
tary. The other memoors are jioum
W. Shingle, Br. W. 0. Hobdy, Charles
.. Hemcnway, James L. McCandless, A.
t), Castro and H. Altai, manager oi uic
Vokohama Specie Bank, one of the
.trongoit committees that has been
elected for financing Honolulu's great
est annual festival feature.
The committee held n meeting yes-.i
ntxrnnnn in the merchants' as-
toeiatlon toomi, following the regular
ncctlng of the promotion committee,
which is deeply Interosicti in me success
ittcndlng the clioris oi me cum-
Director-General C'hilllngwortii, wno
lis to have compete charge of the plans
for the carnival nrrnngcmenxs, wu
(.resent at the meeting of the promotion
ominlttco, wncre nc oiimnc't '""" "'
his elaborate plans for the Hawaiian
hiiitortcal cirnivnl, the first ever held
here sm "c the days of the monarchy,
md announced tlmt for his secretary
he had gcltctcd George r. Jlcnsiinn, ie
well known newspapr man.
The promotion committee mourners
.,..l,i tim innetim: of tlie carnival
finance committee and gave some valu
For Popular suMcnpiicns.
ti n,itul nf A. 1). Castro that
Ithe carnival bo looked after in future
carnival atsocintlon ami
Iby a regular
Ithat subscriptions be made thioiigh
popular channels, was tnougni io "c u
good one, but was not practicable for
tho 1013 celebration. It was stated that
if left to popular subscriptions the committee
would be unable to get all the
funds that are ncc.le.i. n. was m.u
by Secretary Wood, of the promotion
.Lmliiw. that fcfiOO is left as a bal
ance from tho 1012 parade.
Mr, ChilHngwortli una spotun oi
plans for at least three days. The
greatest feature is to be the spectacle
of tho landing of Kamchameha the
Great on the wauiKi dciicm
canoes, followed by surfing at night by
torchlight. Secretary Wood stated to
tho finance committee mui n. .-
. ... i t. ....... nlrnHnrr Mm at-
ot rinmcnanieuii vim ,
tcntion of tho great moving j,,c.u.
films on tho mainland and tho .Is amis
would therefore receive much publicity
from the event.
Chairman Myers of the promotion
committee also stated that the railroad
- , , rnast. as well as other
transportation magnates, believed that
Hawaii bad lilt upon me .- --for
tho coming carnival andtheir on y
suggestion was that it should he made
a most elaborate affair for the first
rri,r ,, tn bn a. card of horse races,
Mr. Shingle being a member of this com
mittee. For the horse rami "' -purse
of 2000 is to raUd.
It was tho opinion of Mr. Ucrndt that
tho improvement emits ?
should contribute to the carnival fund.
To Get Estimates:.
Tho chair unpointed a committee of
three, consisting of Messrs. hJnB'ei
Hobdy and Castro to conrer wini
rector uencrai i, iii'"K"""" " v ,
estimato of the nniount of funds needed
and then to have tlie general "'"""-tee
raise tho amounted pioposed. Tlie
methods adopted by the Atlantic fleet
reception committee ror uibuim:uji:
of funds, will be adopted.
Chairman .nyers, ui mc i,lu "
committee, stated that an aviator was
anxious to come hero during carnival
time to give an intcrisland flight. Mr.
Mycr said the aviator wns qualified to
make siicli a mgiii niiu mm nu"'
Interest to the cnnnviil nnd give the
other islanders an opportunity to participate
with Honolulu in tho celebration
of Washington's birthday.
CAVALRY BAND HEADS
fll" I I
GREAT TURKEY PARADE
('IT KIM). Texas. November 20. More
than 20,000 turkeys trotted through the
Iron), nf Cllliro toduV to tl)0 mUlic of
tho United Htatcs Third Cavalry band,
which cuino hero from rort nam
ton specially for tlio purpose or par
tlclpatlng In tho novel parade, The
procession was muro imh i" )
iihiim, m on uiitoiiiohllo at its heud
whs Hovornor Coliiultt and membcra of
M inilitiirv ktalf. enrh resplendent in
uorgoous milfiiriii, Tim scrii)y rdaefl
of Him lurlieys w nenr town,
,.ru lirimi i r Ivlllir I Itllll II IfOIII Hin nur
roundliitf temlnry eurly ycnterdny
mnriiiiig nn" " M'B HiM iv Muni-
berod wiiiu gold m tv nnvn wr
Itffii iiiiltm , , , ,
To ln'i'Ji n"'"" IIioiimiiiiv nr iiirun in
Hum us llinv fiiliiv.o.1 Him niulu nl llm
pirniiB rt'piiri!l ln niriur i iwm
limn v'li'i men Mini hoyi. hi Iih
Dm iiaMii)iiiiv nf itt!iijiwJ; ilii' uioyo'
iibiu i a npnlMl orilvr fofliilimiK nil
lUiyu frniii riiiiiiiii( upon IN lrnl dup
Jliur lliw "lily ...
1 vM )i,ii pritenntioM nut vm prpyviii
or iiiu iiiriln fwm mmuu WM
it ir I'HIllilu Wit HUH AsfOPli
llt if II" Itfj
mil. iiii . mwdtf Ihul 1
I'll I U I lllllll l Ift H IIAYtt,
'i wlWIMUN'l i-
i !.!- u( ludlni, WiimJ,
l - i . l't"it44Mtg i'lb It ( I
-I ' . ..- hl4 I y
J ' I ,. . III Mill llMltif
Once ngain, lu tho interest of science, Madame Felc hns been brnel bv
the investigators living on the lirink for the purposes of studying
systematically tho vagaries of tlie lire goddess and of redueing her phenomena
down to rules of cause and effect. Jast week, while the pit of lliilcinntiinuu
was in a state of unusual activity, with lava fountains playing, spatter rones
forming, streams of liquid fire swelling In flows over tho hardened crust, Dr.
E. S. Shepherd, of the Geophysical Laboratory of tho Cnrnogio Institution,
and H. O. Wood, technical nssistnnt of Professor Jaggar, accompanied by Alex
Lancaster tho veteran Volcano House guide, doseendod four hundred feet into
the pit, crossed the hardened but heated lava floor nnd collected sufllcicnt of
tho nnscent gas from one of the open vents for nnnlyoes.
Jtope ladders were used to descend the first one hundred nnd eighty feet
of tho pit, for which distance tho walls nro sheer. At this depth tho walls
were broken down and tho intrepid scientists nnd their daring cnmpnniou were
alio to scramble down Hip rest of tho way to tho firo level, over the smoking,
crumbling lava, puring tho greater part of their descent, tho three were hidden
from the view of thoso who tried to watch them from tho pit's rim by tho
swirling, opaque gates that swept In clouds over the surface of the lower levels.
This news is given in the regular weekly report from tho Technology
Station, together with a record of seven local seismic disturbances, taken dur
ing the week.
Ecport of Volcano Station.
TEC1INOI30V STATION, December
S, The lava of Hnlemaumau rose at
the beginning of the week, subsided
slightly on Wednesday, DeecmLcr i, and
tpilny has regained its level of npprox
imntely SCO feet below the H.W. station.
Tlio pool is a vigorous one with
in a rampart nnd platform of Its own
Ullldiiig. it 1 active with many
fountains, nnd on several sides the lava
ionm mounts within the talus to levels
high above the pool, building there
conelcts which flame like torches.
The week hns been notable for the
final accomplishment by Dr. 1'. H. Rbcp
herd, of the Geophysical Laboratory of
tho Carnegie Institution, of a danger
ous task lor which ho has long been
awaiting an opportunity, namely, the
collection of gas for analysis in vacuum
tubes from a flaming cone over
tho liquid lava.
The following measurements of depth
I'liwJ Hi ilriwij
An -i. .r iin.pU urti IwiilHlil rouwiliJiy
U) Him nr ful Mn lliiil !
i uiiui.iHM.4l Hm Mirl lsJ
u luiky itsllUM m ill i'
nm, MikiuMr IhIhwiII H"
I 1 lllllll
have been secured:
December 1, 1012, 10;30 a. m., below
8. W, station, 3S0 feet.
December 3, below 8. Vf. station, 11
a. m., 300 feet.
December 4, 2:30 p. m,, below S.W.
station, nnnrox.. 308 feet.
December 5, 12 noon, below 8. W.
station, npprox., 3C0 feet.
The f iimc have been thinning so that
the pool is often clearly scon in daylight.
At 10:30 a, in., December 1,
there were three active coves N, W.,
E., and S.E., a stagnant crusted area'
In the middle, a small pool ana
marked new overflows on tho platform
about the lake showing that it was ris
ing; A stream poured around a promontory
from tho 8.E. cove into tho
midst of tho eastern one, which was
lv inelirs wfdn. spurting lamp In IU
summit The fiimei wern drnwn tip
Mllf I" IM l"IM riKit' ,i.,r"Ff.
.....1 ....... l..i .1 Tlmre urilA II llllflll.
mui) 6UliMi, wur
eniiin oi sMiimip IdvmU Id Uim dirt
Uadi mUo, two ii'iiftlilu biiD beluij
'aw nun si h if it Hie pint form
I Hi wimt phi). dH Uiu himm
rs I'iMii'Ipi nn I'm tlmir tat
fill slums) iiihIii (lit- t ul UII'i'l wlii'rx
miliiiiiiilii uii.i uiiully to
, a Bum rm
' Mln nln ril fuiillniUil villi v u
l Uiltll ulil It ' tl ul It,
n In Id li. i m J ili.t, k)iVi wwlt
n . misn tn tYtia titnif nnllintn.l tit
.."" ,r - . ,",.:"".' . ;;. I jiiiii. wvv jii nun mr v i.uiii.v,viii mv
the 8. B. cove continued to pour a tu,)C) M rcscftI 7it
rent into Old Faithful. Ithe edge of tho lava with a gasoline
The middle area stagnated and . .
cmstcd after a few minutes, -with. ' R!3lar: Again. .
streaming cast nnd west from tho new- J " '
1 ' morning, December 5, the pool
ly formed blanket. were spatter
'"...t. to bo rising nnd in
r m.i u.i,r.i .i n i, was seen ngnin
: '.;, "i.i . .v. ... .f n,i f places It was overflowing its banks.
rillllll FIIIC III UIC rl.. i..:y ..- C..- .Otherwise conditions ,.,
were the same.
mo WKP. niy .r -; with Alec's aid, ho having to descend
rntw.1 glow hole nppwjreJ I n J liw ,fc , lfl , ', th t
with fumes above. At "bout 11:40 a.
m. cracKing aim iiiuauon ,B ,,. a)I r(.C0VCrC(1 in con(jitlon. Doctor
. - an recovered in B00ll condition, uoctor
nt the outer edge of the lava platform o,,nI,r1 ig .n7iv to ,, con(rratulalo(i
tlie talus i .E. the llqtilil rising , h nP(.omp,iB)lJmcnt of j, ,0,t
tho crack and spreading Into a of fMt ,', ton ot u'mcr
now liii7.flri!oitR conflitlnnfl. nfter wnitttir, frit
Stalactite Cavts. months in the hope that tlie volcano
December 3 a survey of the too! was would build nn neccssible cone,
made, yielding tho following Hebraic Records,
sions active pool 3C0 feet long Seven seismic disturbances havo been
E8E by ISO feet wide on tho west and rcgiatered since tho Inst report, aside
1H0 feet wide on the east. Outer plat- from tho more continuous motion due
form 520 by 400 feet. H.K covo CO to tilting, meteorological changes nnd
feet wide, 'Depth readings 357 and 5(01 the throbbing of magma in the vent of
feet bnlow 8.W, station, nt 11 n. m, the volcano,
nnd 303 feet below N.W. station nt 2 Blx of theso have been extremely
p. m. Hpntter ramparts nppenred w,, rectilo local shocks, registered as lol.
K.W.. H.. nnd N.. but the nroinontory lows:
nnd stream between tho 8.E. cove nnd November 30, from 1:50:34 to 1:68:00
Old FflJthfnl had disappear, 'ino
whole poo! was rather illviflol lino
eastern nnd western halves ly a Droafl
southern promontory, which extended
Itself into a blnnkct from which surface
strenrninir irpread raflinlly In all
dlreftions, At the snntter rumpnrt"
there were enverns lined with
into which the lava poured, n H
did inlo the Old Faithful ealdron. At
10 n, in, on this dnte o small open pot
in thp platform near it eaNfern iimrdii
furhlblted n fonntMln which wi
n eoiielpt bv overflow,,
December 4 thin et ronfIt w
from A Ift 5 jMl lllllll Willi B N-H slot,
p,m, II. U. T. Distance 17 miles, iirten.
slty 8-100 iniiilinum unit,
.November 30, from 5:02:18 to 503:1
p.m. H, 8. T, Dlstnnre 30 miles, Intensity
7000 minimum unit.
November 30, from 7i0O;4J to 7:01:15
urn, If, H. T, Dlntnnro lndetoriiiliiato,
Intensity 2-100 minimum unit,
Diicemlmr 1, from UMS1J8 to (40tL'l
y.m,, II. H, T. Distance 22 miles,
I.'1'IOO rninliiimii unit.,
Dei'iuiibwr 5, from HilliHC to 8il3iJ
ii.im, II. H, 'I', Dlsliiiico 28 miles, lnteii'
ity 5-100 minimum unit.
Vuennhor f, from Hilli.lfl to Silltlt
.iii Hi H, V. I)ltllf8 15 miles,
siiv tiiiiiimiim unit,
Jlesldes tlii'so n wmlnm le niwr shnek
. ...fc, ,, ,. ,, . .... - ,. a
(ho ft .iv.ll of the nlt.l.v the MyvWuWJJ'ZZ1 , ' .'
nf IllH HIIfA ""'- -"--"' "".- ........ i im. mi .,.
noif wind. The linulil lnv nt (lie
nrlfln, Nt n dlslnnco nf vbnnf 280 mil''".
''!. W. .W!!. . " WL..!f in,,.r.l,!l? ii wlii uwbmi . iwu i..m oi
X!" ""u ' !v.,r': "Z .V.:..1" .Hfonir iiyw.r. Till Iipmii oh l In
lir n.7 I Hi. i,H eliial f rn HIM'','K"',"' ,,?'ll'r ,,l ' ''
llilnl I'Iiiisi'k hvuHii dUflimlly ut gilfii'M
unil HilB;BH ii. in. II, U, T, lusnuillvsly
III riinOan KfiDijiiwl for umny ioiiml,
dyliuif uwsvy lndtiiiulhiy awuutf
inlrfMsMliw. ft vvniili) )w mil
Ium'nl Uj llf s DUIIH'inil Vllluil tut
Mlruilmlii uiMariiliiiisl) mitvi
Wi)l HUA mth ill lit llsfs llMU) liuruml
I'll) sllulll Jill jll llm lll(l nt
lllllipti iNs llBfi lulillIM p1""
mum luliv. dili'imllilill III ill lu iiiiili m IH ilm Ml Wmiil, lliuilMii MH"
ibis . Mud d' mllml iLif u Hi"! M" i'mu'HiI Ihtft wnitiii ai i
iHkUlM 4 1' Hill .J ) kl J I'Ul IIII Ml Ull'l IS'IH I"
miif lsdii'i itiM lmiiwi ii II"
i' ml nf In Mi brlMli usl uU,w !!-
kl lnlll'MH ln lilM'dflil II.
yiildi hi ij,jt I l " Mils "'uj inl
lllH hlmr'!! I" Hi Ul'MI HI-I "ul y
lll I M4IC UlU'ul I ' 'I If) I tills lin
il m 4imi i"" fiti nf k1 fn4
in. i., i
AH mpDWl'iW HAH
iiuu.t I'Mtfillny s, I ''
'( HHiiUtHI ikwiimIH fill'
! Isu lite iiiMeliittt B.iii
il I 1 d i mlDli'l ni t. (,) ll
! t uj(MtH ' UtHt Mil
I miiiu ii
L ill 1
KL;- iHlliilll ' .ikJH
OMOEI ORDINARY BBIBMOQRAPII.
Iiistruini'iit in use in the Whitney Hoimnologlcnl Laboratory, Hawaiian Yolfnuo
Observatory, Kllauoa, for recording local carthquakos.
ijc))! ,,, tf.,;,, ::!
In uso at Whitney Scismologlcal Laboratory for recording distant
ncross the crust to the cone, which the
day before had been a fountain.
Tho fumes were denso so that most of
the tirno nothing could bo seen below.
Nevertheless Doctor Shepherd, Mr.
wood and Alec went down at o p.m.,
wearing wet-sponge nose guards and
without mishap collected tho gases .from
the flmning cone, returning to tho upper
bench nt 0:45.
The experiment was completely sue-
,. ik ime uiu """ of tube,
"rr'Mfnlf tho glass terminals the
1:20 n. in. " T" nalr0 T,elnB melted and sealed in tho sulphur
joining, the coven Into one large pool , f
UlT.Av) of tho unburned gas V.enenth the
to Board of Health
(Troiii Sunday Advertiser)
Hack from Haw-iii, I'rosulriit
I'mtt of the board of yes-
tcrday made liis first
ment of plans ho hns Van
cring for n long while Jn
tion with establishing an
ing department for thn He
talked over the need of this iv!th
partment would ,i., p
work on its hands imil yesterday
intimated that he
mend to the government a law
providing such a department,
Kctiiriiing yesterday from a trip
around Hawaii, Dr. J, 8. II. I'ratt, prcii
I there shinild bo n rottngo for tho Houtli
. Konn covcrnmciit physlclnn, built in
tlie sumo grounds ns tlio ho'pltnl. This
would make It certain to hnvo n
, ii ' at hand, nnd It will prove n very
ri'iiirnl location for tho district
.hi nmwnv, I'rovision should nlso bo
, in d ior quarters for tho nurses.
"The water condition In Konn should
i .(O be thoroughly gone into, and some
means should bojirovldcd for n bettor
I'T Mipplv for' tho district. I hnvo
I ecu told tlmt there nro somo mnrshoi
i I i of Mnpoopoo which might bo
1 eloped for this purpose.
I Sanitary Enjlneer Wanted.
" s n mnttor nf fact, the board of
ii lib ought to have on Its staff a
sanitary onginoor. Of course,
Keller in now ii member of tho
lioiird, lml wc cannot oxpect to impose
too miicn on nun. rue Territory is
mv getting so far In nilvitnco with its
mihlle health work tlmt wo must hnvo
sin Ii nn engineer. Tho wntcr supplies
of tho Territory should bo looked into,
l through tlio United Stntei tlio
health control tho water sup.
plies, that is to sny, nouo can bo used
for public purposes unless tlioy hnvo
received the npprovnl of tho hcnlth
nnthor'tics. Wo aro now In such shapo
tlint wc Bhould hnvo thnt system hero,
nnd n sanitary onginoor could tnko
chargo of that work, working In conjunction
with tho nnnlyst nnd tho
bacteriologist, who should mnko tests
In their line. I -don't think thnt any
supply should bo used unless it had
I ccn examined by theso olllclnls and
had been found to bo pure.
"On our trip wo oxnmlned the
nfnttl rnninn nf Ihn Tilnnt.ilinns nlnnir
Have EnClineer Attached I the road ns far as Lnupnhoohoo. Thoso
uoiweun Liunpniineiioe unci jino i
prettv thorough I y nt the timo
of my Inst visit, "Wo found improvements
in ajl tho plantations along tho
line. Tho camps nro pretty clean; new
buildings hnvo gone up: nnd tlm garb-aim
servleo in nnrticiilnr hns bocomo
more thorough than it was when I was
"Hnwnll ough't to hnvn nn additional
district inspector, nnd I shnll
to tho dovernor to nsk tho lcgis
Intnro to mnko provision for tho employment
of one. With tho present
foreo wo have not been nble to givo sufficient
nttcntion to tho vlllngos, all the
timo being taken up with tho work In
tho plnntntlnn enmps, nnd thn vlllngci
people on Hnwnll where ouch n :"" " l ' mI"" l"-,.
!..! ..!.. Kr IHIIo town ought to hnvo nt least two
additional Inspectors, nnd I will nsk for
nn npnronrlntlnn for this. Tlmt number
will give Hilo n number
to thnt of Honolulu, considering tho
rclatlvo size of the two cities.
Nurse for Hilo,
"A thing which I hope to bo nblo to
start before tho end of tho present pe
riod is tho stationing of n district niir'xfl
blent of the board of health, Is ngain to assist in tho tuberculosis work in
onl' " 1 ""1 Ju" wl " "
ut his desk. was accompanied
tho trip by Chief Inspector iiow.nan .'"yfj? "P. '.'W ''Io"s, nt SF"'
and i'rofeisor A. . Keller. Woy ''"M V"f,vn i ' Bt " "? '," " " ""'
P l III 11 llll llli ttt;iitv bliirr I'tM
'fTllA 1lntpltf rm run urtnlil An urnlr
cecded, via Mud Lano, to Hamakimalid ,imlInl. to (1 ', wllic,. , ,", ,,.. " ,'
r,?ll Jrm limLnlln II Tliln "?l cat,0"ul "k ln ihe tenement illstrlcts,
travel, I'rom La mmhoeloo to Hilo tho ,,,.
t f tllJ y
!" - ... pi'. ... ..... w. w.. iiivi.n in I in I iiii.i.nn n.iu ...ni.
Is Now Wsll Posted
thoy (each people to livo properly, to
uiiunrsianii iiiu vuiua or Mir
. .,.. .-..
As a result of Iiii Innistrtlon Doctor Fl,0f ' "" "" u" msinict motiiern
n...ii i. ., .i i.'.'...i....i.i. j.i how to tnko nroner euro nf thulr in
,1111 ll IHIIUII Vltllllll'll! Il'lll ... II , 1 ' i f ii .
on which ho will huso recommendation fm. thus ; n n imic h In tlio way of
for the improvement of the sanitary tt ?tilJL?lM
vts eo In h report to tho uovernor ,,' ,: rrivj ' "'" " ""V" i""mi
lor lli mo nf legislator... A in,, in, 1. v . " $ lorimii , V"""'"?" wo
tho pulillP Jieiilth service on Hawaii Is ii,,itp,i HtntV
will, iwi.l.lerablu MvhiiUkv. n-l (Trl, hZ
a ml I. hnvo It travel
i nrlllir IlllliriiveiiimilS " "" ' "'. "'""" ll.i
lii nrdvr tlmt wn inny Ihivii Iho ixliiwi
irliy Hii," sUiii (on or rrnii. y h.. cuniwuiun rflneh ovtrv mm Thn
tirilsy. iKn ihrnm, Sll wlll' nZW'lm l
ii'iirnvniiimil In I liu .,,., ., u. .... inrur. W,n will
,1 .ii ,!. . . .1. . .. .... ..-." - .--.
HllW pi IW
ujvo iimpm ea
Iihu) yerii Jim liijutv ut ir... .....I ...i.n.ii lui.i,,. ,,,i .,. ;.'...
. ...,.l,l.ii,,l,l,. ,.,,,,, i, ll,,i ni'.ii.i h.iiu ..r ;",""' " mil's ohm ."
7s5 . rr BTTOi KrtimW k v U!" will ZW MOlmM
ILillMd WJlnlnguf h, kM till, linn " M(V ,umiu w , Utu"nm
I III 'I ll Mill ill f'.IH"! Jul lllKI'lll I ,1 ,1 ,,U,I 'i'1,1. I. ,11,,,
Hull diiiilii. lml mm ft ut l'"l ul.uli i,i,i umi ii i. ii,. mi
Mif up. Iiii. I ivili M Inn lii, li'.l I I'M li, 1 1, ii I llrlr iiiu ii, U
,IIM,ll .IMII bS4 IW I'M llll il'iftM
IIhUi .l in mi lit fill U l.'l 1 1 til
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Honolulu, U. T.
"EMPRESS LINE OF 8TEAMER8"
FIlONi QUEHBO TO LIVERPOOL .
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
tho Famous Tourist Routo of tho World
In connection with the
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THEO.H. DAVIES&GO., LTD
Canadinn I'aclflc Illy. Co.
Castle 8c Cooke Co., Ltd
Honolulu T. II.
Rwa Plnntntiou Co.
Wninlun Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Pulton Iron Works of St. Louis.
Ulako Steam Pumps.
Babcock & Wilcox Hoilsrs,
Green's Fuol Economizor.
Mnrsh Steam Pumps.
Mat son Navigation Co,
i'lnu tors' Lino 8hippiur Co.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Undor the Law of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PAU-UP OATITAIi, 000,000.00
UNDIVU)ED PBOriTS ... 167,502.02
O. H. Cooko President
E. D. Tonnoy.....
I?. B. Damon Cashier
O. O. Fullor Assistant Cashier
B, McCorrlston Assistant uastilsr
DIBKCTOIIS: O. 1L Cooko, E. D.
Tennoy, A. Lowis, Jr., E. P. Bishop,
P. W. Mncfarlnno, J. A. McOandlesa,
O, H. Atherton, Oeo. II. Cartor, P. B.
Damon, F. O. Athorton, It. A. Cooko.
COMMEttOIAL AND BAVINQB DE-
dtrlct nttcntion given to all branches
JUDD BLDO., FOHT ST.
Castle & Cooke Co., Ltd
Lif and Fir0
Ooncral Inmrranco Ageata, repreaentlrfg
Hun England Mutual Life Insurants
Company of Bostoa,
Aetna Firo Insurance Co. ,
We have just accepted the Agentf
The Protector Underwriters of the
Phoenix of Hartford.
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