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THS BABY'S BLACK OATHS. I
Till? HAWAIIAN S'MR, SAUKDAY", MAY
One of Brunswick's Four-Year-Olds
Learned to Swear.
There was a very amusing episode in
one of Brunswick's piominent families
the other day, and a young American,
not more than four years old, was the in
It seems that the little fellow had
been allowed to play out on the streets
a greater pntt of the day, and in this
way had, unfortunately, fallen into the
company of some older boys, who were
among Brunswick's champion swearers.
As was perfectly natural, the little
fellow was not very slow to learn his
lesson of profanity from the fluent and
able teachers wno Dad taken him in
charge, and a few days after he had
met them his mother heard him fire a
volley of oaths at his nurse that would
have made the oldest and blackest sin
ner envious. The little lad stood there
and cussed until he was black in the
face, while his mother stood speechless
with surprise and horror.
Of course he was severely punished,
but the child seemed hopelessly fasci
nated with this emphatic way of talking,
and his mother was perfectly powerless
to correct it by any of the ordinary
modes of punishment, so she finally
resorted to extreme measures, and told
him he must leave home.
"I will not keep a child in my house
who will swear," she said. "You may
take your clothes with you, and I will
give you a lunch for to night, but you
must not come back here at all."
The little fellow received his sentence
in silence, and then went sadly to work
bundling up the few cL.thes he thought
he would need on his lonely wandt rings.
It was all his mother could do to keep
back the tears at the bare suggestion ol
such cruelty to her child, which the
solemn seriousness of his face told her
too plainly he believed to be inhumanly
real. But, recognizing the necessity of
sustaining her part, she conquered her
emotions and seemed to be thoroughly
derermined in her purpose, and, indiffer
ent to the consequences, she kissed him
good-by and carried him to the door.
He kissed his little sister good-by,
too, and she was clinging to him and
crying as if her heart would break.
The little sinner stood there on the
threshold for a moment, looking gloomi
ly out on the wet and dreary streets,
and then asked his mother where he
could spend the night. "The police
men may give you a bed in the bar
racks," said she, "but you can't stay
lie looked out once more on the
cold streets, and, as the tears began to
well up into his eyes, he turned to his
mother and said, with voice quivering :
"I'll be if I go ! " Brunswick
( Oa.) Times.
EMPEROR AND POPE.
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a full assortment to suit the various demands.
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CULTIVATORS' CANE KNIVES.
Hoes, Shovels, Mattocks, etc,, etc.
and Machinists Tools,
Screw Plates, Taps and Dies, Twist Drills,
Paints and Oils, Brushes, Glass,
Asbestos Hair Felt and Felt Mixture.
Blakes' Steam Pumps,
Wilcox & Gibbs, and Remington.
Lubricating Oils, in X
It is not possibie to list everything we have; if there is anything
you want, come and ask for it, you will be politely treated.
No trouble to show goods.
Reception of Germany's Ruler af the
Rome, April 23. Shortly afternoon
the German Emperor left the Quirinal
for the residence of Herr Von Uuelow,
the Prussian Minister at the Vatican,
where he took lunch with the Papal
officials prior to his audience with the
l'ope. During lunch the Emperor
chatted cordially with Cardinal Led
dochowsky. At 2 o'clock Empress Augusta Vic.
toria arrived at the legation, and. im
mediately after the Emperor, Empress
and suite and Herr Von iiuelow pro
cceded in the Prussian court carriages
to the Vatican. Italian troops were
drawn up in a line on each side of
every street through which the imperial
party passed, and behind the soldiers
were packed cheering thousands of
The Vatican was filled with the high
dignitaries of the church and repre
sentatives of the Catholic nobility of
Italy. J heir Majesties weie received
in Clementine Hall by Monsignor
aambeeth, Prefect of Ceremonies,
Monsignor Azevedo, the Grand Cham
berlain, and other members of the
The Emperor was in Hussar uni
form, and during the short pause in
the first hall the Swiss guards did him
At the door of the Fellow Chamber
their Majesties were met by the Pope.
He led them to three chairs, which
had been placed near the middle of
the room, sat d' wn with them and
conferred with both for fifteen minutes
The Empress then rose, the Pope sum
moned the Major Domo, who accom
panied Her Majesty to the Galleries
and presented to her Commander
Kriconti and the Museum officials.
Under their guidance she prorceded
to the Ducal Hall, the Sistine Chapel
and the other rooms in which the art
treasurers of the Vatican are shown.
Meantime the Emperor remained in
conversation with the Pope, while Krei
herr Marschall von Iliberstein was in
attendance in the ante-chamber. The
interview last fifty eight minutes after
the departure of the Empress. The
Pope was more affable than usual, while
the Emperor, although amiable, seemed
to be somewhat preoccupied and nerv
ous. At the end of the interview the
Emperor's suite was presented to the
Pope. On leaving the Emperor was
accompanied by the Pope, contrary to
the etiquette of the Vatican, through
the ante-chamber to the throne room.
As they parted the Emperor made a
movement as if to kiss the Pope's hand.
The Pope qickly withdrew his hand,
then grasped the Emperor's and shook
it cordially three times..
The Emperor joined the Empress
and visited with her St. Peter's and the
Treasury. The departure of the Im
perial party from the Vatican at 4:40
was accompanied by a repetition of the
ceremonies with which they were re
ceived. This evening the Emperor and Em
press worshiped in the chapel of the
The Mutual Life Insurance
oif1 3r:E"w "stoiebik:.
RICHARD A.. McCURDY, President.
Statement for Year ending Dec. 31, 1892
Reserve for Policies (American Tabic 4 per Cent.) $159,1 SI ,007 00
Miscellaneous Liabilities 7.'M,8dr 07
Surplus 1D,1CS,'J: !M
Premiums :!2,047,7fir. 31
Interest, Rents,' &o S,1!I,0!K) i)0
, S 40,2:iS,8(j.' "24
To Policy-IIoWers $l!),3S0,53l! 40
I'or Expenses and Taxes . . 7.410,01 1 OS
5 20,800,143 54
TI115 ASSISTS AKH INVUSTHI) AS FOLLOWS:
United States Ilonds and other Securities S Gri,S'J0,434 89
Loans on Bond and Mortgage, first lien O'J.HlS.Oll'i 54
Loans on Stocks and Bonds u,:i'J4,.VJ7 50
Keal listatc 15.03S,8S4 20
Cash in Hanks and Trust Companies 7,800,072 55
Accrued Interest, Deferred Premiums, &c 0,075,474 87
INSURANCE AND ANNUITIES.
Insurance Assumed and Renewed S054,t)09,5(!(i 00
Insurance in Korcc 745,78U,OS3 00
Annuities in Force 352,030 01
Increase in Annuities in Force , $ 82,732 US
Increase in Payments to Policy-Holders 030.S20 00
Increase in Receipts 2.004,130 71
Increase in Surplus 3,137,200 78
Increase in Assets 15,577,017 03
Increase in Insurance Assumed and Renewed , 47,737,705 00
Increase in Insurance in Force 50,2!I5,!25 00
Note In accordance with the intention of the Management as announced in Novem
ber, 1891, to limit the amount of new Insurance actually issued and tiaiil for in the accounts
of tile year 1S92, to One Hunched Million Dollars, the amount of insurance in force as
above stated includes the amount of such voluntary limit with but a slight increase unavoid
able in closing the December accounts.
have carefully examined the foregoing Statement ami find the same to
be correct. A. N. WATRRUOUSIi, Auditor.
From the Surplus a dividend will be apportioned as usual.
SAiiur.u D. lUncocK
Guoroi: S. Coi;
Richard A. McCimnv
jAMr.s C. HoumiN
Hermann C. von post
Ai exa.nder II. Ricr.
Henrv V. Smith
Qeoroe I. Hakei:
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
Julius T. Davihs
S. Van Rensselaer Cruoer
Charles R. Henderson
Rurus W. Peckiiam
J. IIohart Hkrrick
V.m. P. Dixon
RoHERT A. GRANNISS
Henry II. Rogers
Jno. V. Auciiinclqss
Auoustus D. Juilliard
Charles E. .Miller
Walter R. Gillette
James E. Granniss
David C. Roiunsok
II. Walter We mi
Georoe G, Haven
FREDERICK SCIIROEDER, Asst. Sec'y
HENRY E. DUNCAN, Jr., Cor. Secretary
ROHERT A. GRANNISS, Vice-President
WALTER R. GILLETTE. General Manager,
ISAAC F. LLOYD. 2nd Vice-President
WILLIAM J. EASTON, Secretary
FREDERICK CROMWELL, Treasurer
JOHN A. FONDA. Assistant Treasurer 1A.MES TIMPSON, 2nd Asst. Treasurer
WILLIAM P. SANDS. Cashier EDWARD P. HOLDEN, Assistant Cashier
EMORY McCLINTOCK, L.L.D.. F.I.A., Actuary
JOHN TATLOCK, Jr., Asst. Actuary CHARLES 1), PERRY, 2nd Asst. Actuary
WILLIAM G. DAVIES, General Solicitor WILLIAM V. RICHARDS, Comptroller
(iUSTAVUS S. WINSTON. M.D. ELIAS J. MARSH, M.D.
GRANVILLE M. WHITE, M.D.
S. B. ROSE,
Y. C. Peacock ft 'Co
SOLE AGENTS IN THE
HA WAIIAN ISLANDS
FOR THE '
John Jameson & Son's Irish
Mitciikll & Co.mp'y. Limited,
"G'uiskeen Lawn" Whiskey,
Hiram Walkkr & Son's "Ca
nadian Club" Whiskey.
Hiram Walkkr & Son's "Im
perial Rye" Whiskey.
Paust Brewing Co. Milwau
kee, U. S. A.
FUKDKKICKSIIURO BREWING Co.
San Jose, California.
B. Dreyfus &. Co.'s Californian
J. J. Melciikr's "Elephant"
E. Vauohan-Jonhs' Sweet and
Dry London Gin.
E. Vauc.iian-Jonks "C.I.G."
A. & G. Thompson's " Royal
Blend " Scotch Whiskey.
Wiikelkr & Co.'s Ales and
Post Office Box, 504.
Both Telephones, 46,
Liberal discounts allowed on Cash
ptiichases exceeding $5.
(frcn c rn I Jlbuevt ocincn s.
Pacific Hardware Company, L'd
IMPORTURS AND DEALKRS IN
Hardware, General Merchandise.
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LIGHT STEEL RICE PLOWS
Have established their superiority over all others. A full line on hand.
Slack and lirownlows WATER FILTERS are the standard. If you want pure
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Groceries, Provisions and Feed
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from the Eastern Slates anil Europe.
Fresh California Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and
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Island Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Post Office l!o No. 145.
Telephone No. 92.
Wrought Steel Ranges, Chilled Iron
AGATE WARE (White, Gray and Nickle-platcd), PUMPS, WATER AND
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OFFICIO jVX33 MILL,
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Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames, Lie.
TURNED SA-ANnHD WORK.
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anil News Agency,
I06 FORT STREET.
CONSEQUENT upon the new inter
J est in art circles through the recent
formation of clashes in water-colors,
the above establishment has procured
full supplies of special required colors,
and brushes of Winsor & Newton's re
liable make, and Whatman's rough
paper in sheets and blocks, Oil colors
also in full stock.
SfEctAL Import Okdcks for Books,
Music, Musical Instruments, Rubber
Stamps, Notarial and Corporation Seals,
or other requirements attended to by
each outgoing steamer.
Suuscuiptions to local and foreign
periodicals promptly attended to and
special publications procured to order.
Ordtrs for reserves on receipt of mails
booked for attention as far as supplies
American Flags (sewed bunting
no printed affairs), with 44 stars, of 9,
io, 12 feet; also cotton ilags mounted
on sticks various sizes, and flag-print-
eu piece goous lor decorations.
A Full Stock of office, cnmnifrriai
and society Stationery on hand, with
new additions and novelties added by
every steamer. Books on these Islands
a specialty, with the
as the recognized
reliable reference book on all matters
pertaining to Hawaii.
ROOK-BINDING Orders of all kinds executed
tlMtli nrnmntlli. .. .1 O ..- .
desired pattern; Map-mounting Check-number'
- B, uiuliviiiS ui u i u wuik aiiena-
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any brag or bluster.
Til OS. G. THRUM,
Stationer and News Dealer.
io6 Fort Street.
l?ev ".Axistralia. "" and
I Pneumatic Tire "Century"
Of the Latest Pattern.
Light Roadster, 1S93 pattern.
Apply now to the Columbia Agent,
GEO. H. PARIS.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Queen Street Stores,
FULL LINES OF '
FANCY -:- GOODS
of all descriptions.
PORT STREET STORE,
IN ADDITION TO THE LARGE
Dry ami Fancy Goods
India Linen and Persian Lawns,
Embroidery, in 9 yard pieces;
Roman and Guipare Embroidery,
Oriental, Platte and other Laces, in
white, cream and black;
Chiffon Lace, all colors;
45 in. Lace Net, cream and black;
Striped and Check Dimity,
Wide Japanese Crepe, white and colr'd;
White, Cream and Black Surah Silk,
White and Cream Silk Crepe,
Navy and Cream Serge,
Suez and Tennis Flannel,
The Jenness Miller "Equipoise Waist,1'
Prima Donna and P. D. Corsets,
Ladies Black Hose.