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OF ALL STYLES,
Carpets, Hugs, Mats
IN THE LATEST PATTERN'S.
; Sewinff Machines
Haxd Sewixo Maohises,
GxTAH With the Latest Improvements
' PAR LOB
Org ms, G-uitax,s,
Ami Otbt-r Mubic.iI Instruments.
Wines, Liquors, Beer
ALWAYS ON' HAND, AXD
FOR SALE BY.
ED. HGFFSGHUEGER & SO.
King St. opj. Cstle fc Cooke's.
4 SOt THBAST
Comer of King & Nuuanu Sts.
$ ;,al rph i i'a -Oysters
HOT LURCH DfiiLY ;
iroiH y.v? . w 1:,.0 : ;i
W. M. CITNS1NGHAV.
WING W3. A-C3.,
Manufactnrrs n-d D U". in J
L.uW, Gnts (.... t.ir-a's
So. So, Hon -.'-!
Boots and Sbots ua k- t - --J. r
find Eet.ul I'ric.
WIHG WO TAI & Co..
COMMISSIO X ME RCH A N lo.
Importers ntnl DtMlrra io
GiiWX MERC II AX DISK
-Fine Manila Cigars. Ch ti-s and
Ta pa n?s Crock rywuv.M tttu.gs,
Vusos of all kinds. Caiuh rwo- d
Trnuks. E itt m Ch ors, n F ne
Assoitmeut of Drvss Siiks, Bt-st
Brands of Cliiiiise and Jap.nesj
Teas of Latest Into rt.ttons.
InsiKJction f New Criods Eo
St ectfnl-T Solieitoil
MutnlTel.a66, I'.O Box 153.
Thro. F. Skverit . A. W. Eolstek..
467 Xkoaxc tbeet, Hi nol' lu,
(Oppo. Queen Eainti linll).
"Views of the Jslaad
Constantly oa Hand, such us
Entires Making Pi", Onus lions s
linmauLi D.urcvrs, Gocuauus Giuvea
Street View uiui Hiimaiu - tylo it mug
Bniltlius-; i'!lU Hnd Dale GlUVci
Wur Ycssals, shipping uud
Also, a Large Collection of nil Prominent
uud Interesting Views of tue UawaJiuu
JsiuU(I tituer mutinied or
Ainatear Work solicited. P.O. Bos 4flS.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Oppo. Queun Euiui.t Hall.
Maker of the Celebrated
Cambridge Pork Sa.sage I
Meat D liv. red to Any Part of
the City and S .limbs.
Mutual Telephone -Number 2S9.
another ir" f .i feh ltr.-.te(l
lim PALE LIGER
' AliO .A It;vn I- w ICS OF
A,' - -
L H DEE,
riot?', " ..at. Oahu.
Agrut fvr t it- Fl.tvv i Islands of
"ViTX & Sc'fsT a J?re "lit
I i'-iwih Express.
AgunC lor t:i- Burhngtun Eonte.
Real Estate Mer aalGeasral Aie&t.
B;ilVi ix, Mut. Tel.
VMz J ft Sox 415.
Ot'FiCE tiS .MERCHANT
H4t. H' i: uilu. II. I.
Uf.ilSX" GIVES TPHAT
J- Hta u.t Chin Kxau Imve
ths d-v 8ULD ALL IHEIE
KL6UXS i, Cert. in Leas of
L'rHinistj.- stut d in Kalia, Wai
kikii I'AXG AH MAN. J
iionoiyUr Supt.13 1S93. Iw
(Continued from page 3.)
to an operation -which was per
formed on his mouth aboaid of
Mr. Benedict's yacht. Mr. L.
Clarke Davis, of the "Public
Ledger," Philadelphia, who is
an intimate friend of the Presi
dent, denies ind-sjuantlv that the
President is suffering from any
disease which conld canse the
country and the friends of Cleve
land any i.larm or uneasiness
The Chronicle of the 9th inst.
co tains a length Washington
dispatch in which it is st ted
that Minister "Will.s will be in
structed to make -arrangements
'lor an election to be held in
Hawaii, to d cide ou the future
form of government to be estab
l.shed according to the will of
the Hawaiian people nuder a
mild American protectorate,
which will guarantee nou inter
ference of any foreign powers
and the preservation of internal
peace and quietness. The Chro
nicle further states that the U. S.
forces m Honolulu will be ro
inforced by other men-of-war
while the election and establish
ment of the new government
In regard to the Chinese exclu
sion act, a special to the A'eiv
York World from Washington, on
September 11th, says:
The decision of the Adtninis
tr tiun to enforce the Geary Act
so far as the fuuds available will
. permit has drawn a vigorous pro
test from the Chinese Govern
ment, wh ch was presented to-day
to S cretary Gresham by Yang
Tn, tlie new Chinese Minister,
and the situation has beco.iie se
riously complicated. The state
ment that it has been decided to
suspend the oper;it.on of tise law,
however, is flatly denied by
S'-ert-ttiy Gresham, who said to
the W'odd correspondent to-night
that neither the President nor
auT member of the Cabinet wou d
or comd suspend the operation or
execut on of a law of Congress,
and it is not true that the Cuinese
Min.ster has been assured tlmt
the Geary law wodd bo suspend
ed pending the passage by Con
gress of other legislat.ou.
Secretary Gresham declined to
s-y anything farther in regard to
his interview wih the Chinese
Minister, excusing himself nprni
the ground- that the conference
was official, and that it would bo
contrary to diplomatic prociduro
to make anything public regard
L. H. DEE,
Winei Spirits and Beers;
Between Fort and Bethel Streets.
W. S. LUCE
Wine and Spirit Merchant
Campbell Fire-proof Block,
MERCHANT ST. HONOLULU
ROYAL INSURANCE CO.,
The Largest In
ASSETS, JAN. I, 1892,
Fire Kisks on all kinds of Insurance- Property
taken at Current B.ites by
J. S. TV'.V I JvEK,
Ajrent for Hawaiian Islands.
Fire, Life & Marine
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Eire Ins. Co.,
Thames & Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
General Agent Cor Hawaiian Islands,
Honolulu, H. T.
Forty-IEiglrtli A-nimal Report
T TTr TATOTT
XJ X. X J KJ
JOHN" .A.. McCAJLC. : . Piedefit.
Suramaiy of" Report: "
Business of 1892.
Premium Income $ 25.040 .113 93
Interest, Bents, etc 5,39(1.470" 90
TOTAL INCOME, $S0',d3G,oD0.HS
Deat . Cla ms $ 7.89b5S9 29
Endowments and Anna t es . 2.484.432 29
Dividends, Purchased . Insurance, etc 3,618,990 75
TOTAL TO POLICY- -
Number of New Polic es rsswl 5 60.25U 00"
Amount of New Insurance Wr Uu 173.605,070 90
Condition Jan. , 189 3.
Liabilities. 4 per cent, st-.nd rd ?120.694 250 89
Snrp us 10 U4 W1S1U
Number f Polices in Forc 224:003 00
Amount of Insurance i Force 689.243,629 00 . ;t
Progress in 1892. ' f;5
Increase in Benefits to Policy-Holders $ 1.323,521 45 t V:".
Increase in Assets ... 11,551,908 18 f
lucrease in Surplus .. .' .... 1.663.924 79 f
Increase in Insurance Written 20,940.038 00 s r
Increase in Insurance iu Force J. 60,165,451 00
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rt l a i. rr -r t t "ife
: jsS vienerat vent
':yJ?L - Honolulu, H. I.
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