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WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1885.
s' S Alameda from S F
Bk Amy Tumor from Boston
Stmr XV G Hull for Windward Foils
Stmr Jas Makce for ICiutnl, la Walanue
'Stmr Kllnuen Him for Windward PoiU
Sclir Alalia for Honoimi
Sclir I.uka for Koholalelo
Sclir Lcahi for llunalel
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Mnlolo for Papalkou
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Alameda, Morse
Bk Amy Turner, New ell
Bktno Amelia, Newhall
Ilk Forto, Florcnass
Bk Forest Queen,
From San Francisco, per Alamedu.
.Inly 22 D J Toohv, Col 0 lUiidd,
John A Buck, Dr Ja W Keeuev, Capt
.1 C Ayres. Mrs Avres. Mls Julia Mc
Allister, 5119 M McAllister, R S Hod
man, Miss A C Austin, (1 II Torbett,
Mis E W Fuller and child, Mis M II
Fay, Mrs M E Burnett, G K Whltaker,
Miss SC Dickson, Miss A Decline, W
A Lackland, Richard .tones. Alex Boyd
and wife, Geo D Boyd, Jas Welch, wife
and sou, J 0 Ward, Clins II Murphy, A
.1 Baldwin. Mrs A J Bahlwlu and 2
children, Mls M Love, E 1 Adams,
wife and 2 children, Miss II F Coan,
Miss M Emeriek, C .1 Fishel, W E .Ste
vens, Won" Kani and !!0 steerage.
For Windward Pints, per Kinau, July
21 Kev G Wallace, G I Wilder, Mis
Helen Wilder, Mis Nellie Lowiie, Wil
lie Wilder, G K Wilder, J Toibet, Par
ker NMakee, J D Marllu, II II Bab
cock, G Hckcr, T C Forsyth, W K Ho
lokahl and wife, Thos Spencer, Jr, M
Beckwith, V V Ashford, T II Austin, C
Lehman, C II White, P Lillie, Masters
Mny, P II W Ross, wife and son, W II
Shipman and 200 deck.
From Boston, per Amy Turner, July
22 Mrs Capt A W Newell.
Tho S S Alameda sailed from San
Francisco July 15, at 3 r xr. First 48
hours stormy N AV w inils, smooth sea
and little rains. On the IGth passed a
haik standing to Hie southward. Ar
rived July 22 at noon. Time, C days
and 23 hours.
Bk Fresno left Newcastle, X S W,
Juno 2nd for this port.
The Consuelo left San Francisco July
12th, and the Ceylon left Port Blakely
on the same day for this port.
The bktne Eureka cleared fiom San
Francisco for Honolulu July 14th.
It has been ascertained that tho stmr
Planter will sail on Fiiday next for
San Francisco and that Mr. Norman
Gedge, clerk in tho ollice of the I. I.
S. N. Co., will go on tho steamer as
freight clerk, and that Mr. Fred Wil
hehn, purser of the stmr Planter, will
remain here to do ficight clerking on
the company's wharf. It Is alsolearncd
that Mr. Wm. White, freight clerk, will
take the place of Mr. Godgo during the
The bk Amy Turner, Capt Newell,
arrived this morning 134 days from
Boston with a general cargo. She Is
consigned to Brewer & Co, and is dock
ed at that company's wharf. She will
sail for Hongkong in a few weeks.
Stinrs Jas Malice, aud O It .Bishop
sailed at noon this day on their res
pective routes, the former taklng,nbont
40 Japanese laborers and the latter
The stmr W G Hall will take about
CO Japs this evening, and tho schr Ee
alil about 20. The hitter aio for Prlncc
Tho band .will give a moonlight
concert at the Hotel this evening at
7.30. The following is the pro
gramme: l'AKT I.
Overture .Tolly Bobbers Snppe
Polka Tho Camel Corps Martin
Chorus Day of Judgment. ...Schneider
Reminiscences of Meyerbeer... Godfrey
Ma ko Poll. Oiwi Nani.
Medley War Recollection Beyer
Ballad Morning Beethoven
Mazurka A Lovo Duet Faust
Waltz Sweet Hearts Albert
AN AUTOGRAPH LETTER.
His Majesty the King has received
an autograph letter from the Em
peror of Germany, of which the fol
lowing is a translation :
'William, by tho Grace of God Em
peror of Germany, King of Prussia,
otCi etc etc
"To' Ills' Majesty Kalakaua, King of
the Hawaiian Islands.
"Great and Good Friend:
"It was with regret that I received
information through Your Majesty's
letter of April 27th last, of the demise
of Her Majesty Queen Emma Kalele
onalanl, relict of His Majesty King Ka
mehameha IV. Your Majesty didonly
justice to my friendly feelings when as
suming that I should be deeply touched
by this sad event.
"1 assure Your Majesty of my slneeie
sympathy with your sorrow, and pray
that tho Almighty may henceforth spaio
you any similar bereavement.
"I beg to renew to Your Majesty tho
assurance' of tho distinguished consi
deration, with which I i cmain,
"Your Majesty's Good Friend,
Tuesday, July 21st, 1885.
Shipman vs. Nawnlii, damages.
Tho jury after being absent an hour,
brought in a verdict for the plaintiff
at four o'clock, for $375. Mr. Kin
ney for defendant noted an appeal.
The King vs. Vm. Ilornn, assault
with a deadly weapon. Antono Kosa
for the Crown, W. A. Whiting for
defendant. Tried before a foreign
jury. At 3:20 tho jury returned a
verdict of not guilty without leaving
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fui:i: cntpilntnmcnl at Y. M. C.
A. to-morrow night.
Sec advertisement of the Honolulu
Library and Heading Uoom Assoc!
ntion. I lM. -
Coi.. C. II. Judd, His Majesty's
Chamberlain, returned by the Ala
meda this noon.
Otm thanks are due Purser Sutton
of tho Alamcdn for a late flic of
Tin; Yoscmite skating rink will bo
open this evening as usual to the
public in general.
. . .
Tun United States Consular olllco
in tills city has been raised to the
rank of a Consulate-General.
Ax auction sale will ho held at tho
Hawaiian Bazar, Saturday evening
next, from seven until nine o'clock.
A. Moitrux gives notice that Mr.
J. A. Palmer will act for him in all
matters during his absence from the
CmusTiAN Fellowship will be tho
subject of this evening's prayer
meeting at the Fort Street Church
JuDon U. II. Toohy, of San Fran
cisco, who presided in the DeYoung
Sprcckels trial, arrived on the Ala
meda this noon.
Tin: price of sugar Manila basis
remains, the same as last advices
$5.00, but there is a decline in the
price of rice.
Fnr.YEns' circus and Quesurricu
lum will arrive on the Mariposa
August 8th and open for a short
season in this city.
At the prayer meeting at the
vestry of the Bethel Union Church
this evening tho subject will be,
"Faith pleading for help."
If you want a nice shoe, bool,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuami street. 980. tf.
Tin: annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Waimca Sugar Co.
will be held at Ed. Hoffsehlaeger &
Co.'s otllcc, on Friday at 10 a. in.
Lewis & Co. received on ice per
Alameda, fresh salmon, smelts, Rock
cod, codfish, lobsters, peaches, vege
tables in splendid order. Call early.
Just received a well selected stock
of fresh artists' materials, directfrom
Winsor& Newton, London, per bark
Oriente. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 78 3t
Mk. E. P. Adams will hold an
auction sale of household furniture
at the residence of Mr. J. Simmons,
No. 88 Beretania street, Wednes
day, July 29th.
West Dow & Co. have received
Ex "Alameda" Walnut & Ebony
Cornice Poles, Harmonicas, Guitar
& Violin strings, Chimes, Masks,
etc. 78 2t
The Bishop will take the usual
serviceatSt. Andrew's this evening,
in the absence ot Kev. Geo. Wal
lace, who left on the Kinau last
evening for Hawaii.
Mn. Cyprian C. Webb has been
appointed bookkeeper at Onomea
plantation in place of B. II. Grant,
deceased. He left for his new posi
tion last evening by the Kinau.
. m i
The O. S. S. Alameda arrived a
few minutes after noon, G days and
23 hours from San Francisco. She
brings ten days later news, and a
good freight and passenger list.
i. i , r - i '
Mn. and Mrs. E. P. Adams' many
friends will gladly welcome them
homo to Hawaii nci. They arrived
by tho Alameda with their family,
all looking in the best of health.
The examination at the Royal
school commences at nine o'clock to
morrow morning. The closing exer
cises will commence about half-past
eleven o'clock in the Principal's
The Royal Hawaiian Band gives a
moonlight concert at the Hotel this
evening. In future, the band will
give a concert nt the Hotel on the
evenings of tho arrival of the Ala
meda and Mariposa.
This afternoon, a party consisting
of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Spreckels,
Misses Ivors and Dore, and Mr. W.
G. Irwin, lcavo for tho volcano.
They will go by way of Kan, and
take the steamer W. G. Hnll.
Lyons & Levey have just received
a consignment per S. S. Alameda of
fresh fruit consisting of Apples,
Bartlctt Pears, Plums, Grapes and
Peaches. Also Fresh Onions and
Potatoes which will be bold in lots
A cano of prisoners have been at
work the past few days cleaning up
King street on either side, just
beyond tho Kawaiahao Church. It
is a great improvement aud it is a
wonder it has never been done
Yesterday nftcrnoon the remains
of tho burned cottage in the grounds
of tho Hotel were pulled down, and
to-day the debris is being moved
away. It has been decided not to
build on the spot again, as it is too
near the Hotel.
John Santos, a Portuguese, died
on the -Mi of July on board the
Alameda, lie was formerly n barber
in this city. Just before tho steamer
arrived at the Coast another passen
ger, George D. Clarke, a watch
maker, died of heart disease.
Gukat preparations arc being
made at the Central Pork Skating
Rink for the grand fancy dress
parade and masquerade on skates
which comes off on Friday evening.
Five handsome prizes will bo offered.
It promises to be a big affair.
Mn. W. M. Graham has been ap
pointed to the position of Manager
of the Hawaiian Hotel, made vacant
by the death of Joseph Tilden. Mr.
Graham has had considerable experi
ence and will, we are sure, give
The scaffold having been remov
ed from the interior of the chancel
of the new St. Andrew's Cathedral,
gives a chance to admire the beauti
ful construction of the roof inside.
The effect is extremely pleasing to
the eye, and will bo more so after
the interior walls are finished.
At a meeting of the stockholders
of the Waimanalo Sugar Co. held
this morning the following ofliccrs
were elected for the ensuing year:
President, J. A. Cummins; Vice
President, C. R. Bishop ; Treasurer,
A. J. Caitwright; Secretary, C.
Bolte ; Auditor, A. Herbert.
Messrs. Lyons & Levey will hold
their regular cash sale to-morrow at
10 o'clock, when they will sell dry
goods, sugar, potatoes, furniture, 2G
volumes of Wavcrlcy Novels, and a
gold and silver watch. At 12 o'clock
noon they will offer bales of choice
wheat and oat hajr, and bags of oats
The P. M. S. S. Australia made a
quick passage on her last trip from
the Colonics to San Francisco, viz.,
23 days 18 hours. The mail was
dispatched to New York very quick
ly, as the steamer was (lockoiUat
2:15 p. m., and the largo mail was
aboard the overland train and away
at 3:30 p.m.
TiiEiu: was a poor attendance at
the drill of the Honolulu Rilles last
evening, only twenty-three members
being present out of a roll call of
sixty. As tho full dress parade
takes place next week, it behooves
every member to attend the drills
regularly. It is to be noped there
will bo a large attendance at the
next drill on Saturday evening.
NEW VOLCANO PICTURES.
Mr. Jules Tavcrnier, the artist,
has just completed a very fine pic
ture of the new lake at Kilauea, as
seen by the party who made the first
trip to the Volcano over the new
route. He has nearly completed
another picture, giving a general
view of the crater. The two will be
placed on public exhibition on
Saturday, and no one should miss
the opportunity. That of the new
lake is wonderfully correct and
grandly brought out by the artist.
SHIPPING THE JAPANESE.
Nearly half of the Japanese immi
grants were shipped yesterday by
the steamers Kinau, Mokolii and
Lehua. All three vessels were de
tained long after their usual sailing
time, the Kinau not getting away
until five minutes before seven
o'clock. The following were the
shipments yesterday : Hawaiian Com
mercial & Sugar Co., Maui, 275;
Reciprocity Sugar Co., 40; Hilo
Sugar Co., 50; Ookala plantation,
25 ; Hakalau plantation, 40 ; Paau
hau plantation, 20.
LAST HICHTS CONCERT.
Tho Hawaiian Hotel was all ablaze
last evening with many beautiful
colored lanterns, which were prettily
arranged on tho front of the two
verandahs. The grounds were also
illuminated with lanterns nnd torches,
tho whole being very effective. The
festive occasion was an impromptu
danco given to Mrs. C. A. Spreckels
and the Misses Doro and Ivors by
His Majesty the King. A largo
number of ladies and gentlemen
were present, and dancing was car
ried on with great spirit in tho par
lors, the Royal Hawaiian Baud fur
nishing music. Supper was served
in the room near the office, after
which dancing was resumed.
A SPLENDID INSTITUTION.
The exercises at Pohukaina school
yesterday were highly creditable to
teachers and pupils. Having n little
leisure, I attended the annual ex
aminations, and was greatly sur
prised" to see such advancement in
the young Hawaiian girls ; for it is
an entirely native girls' school, un
der tho capable direction of Miss
Corney. Tho exercises began at
ten o'clock a. m., and continued
without a break until past two, r. u.
Singing, recitations, dialogues nnd
calisthenics were embraced. Every
thing was done- with such precision
indeed tome astonishing precision.
The attendance was very large, nnd
showed its appreciation by remain
ing undiminished to tho end. I can
not help fooling and saying that tho
excellent and painstaking teachers
of this school merit sinccru com
mendation. M. A. II.
Monday, July 22nd.
The only casu on the docket this
morning was that of Aalona, charged
with distilling spirituous liquors
contrary to the law. Mr. W. A.
Kinney appeared for the defendant.
A largo number of witnesses were
examined. The defendant was found
guilty and sentenced to pay a line
of $100, with costs $3.50. An ap
peal was noted, but tho defendant
has paid the fine since.
A CATTLE QUEEN.
A few days ago, says The Sun
Antonio Liyht, a lady stopped at
one of our first-class hotels. She
gave her name, but requested that
it be not put in the register, and
that if any newspaper men called to
sec her, or made any inquiries, to
say that she was not "in to llicni ;
that she had been persecuted by
those fellows, and that one of them
even had the check to surreptitiously
obtain her photograph and publish a
cut of her, with her history, in Tha
Philadelphia Times. She said that
she detested notoriety, and insisted
on avoiding it here. She said that :
she was the largest owner of cattle
of any lady in the south, and also a
large operator in stocks, cotton
futures,, etc. Only a few days ago
she made $9G,000 in a single deal in
cotton futures. She had the finest
room in the house, and the best of
everything, for which she paid with
out a question. She deposited in
the hotel safe a largo and elegant
jewelry box, said to contain dia
monds and other jewelry worth up
ward of $100,000, and seldom was
seen either in the parlor, dining
room, or on the streets without at
least $25,000 of diamonds, which
were set in her watch, elegant brace
lets and flashing rings, etc. She is
well known as the wife of one of
the most prominent merchants of
the state, from whom she is divorced,
and says that she is as capable of
taking care of herself as any man
Yesterday she called at one of
our drj'-goods houses in the city,
and asked to see the richest dress
goods in the establishment. She
selected a dress pattern of terra
cotta Ottoman silk, with a S21-a-yard
velvet trimming, which she
ordered made, the bill coming to
$150, and then made other pur
chases, running up a bill of about
$500, which was paid in an easy,
off-hand manner, altogether charm
ing to the salesman, who owns him
self badly mashed. While there is
no question as to her willingness and
ability to pay, the hotel proprietor
says that she is too lich for his
blood, which has been badly reduced
by recent hard times, and that when
she returns from her little trip on
which she went last evening she will
have to go to another house, as he
does not want to bo avaricious, and
wants to divide such customers with
his fellow-landlords. She is much
too attractive for him. Her ward
robe is as extensive as it is elegant,
comprising innumerable drosses,
even to silk wrappers and night
dresses of all shades and styles.
Everybody is on the qui vive for the
return of the cattle queen of the
BOY to work at tho Yo-semitc
SkatiuL'llink. Apply at the Kink.
77 tf T. 13. WALL, Manager.
SEVERAL GOOD DRESSMAKUHS.
Apply at once to MRS.GASCOYNE,
corner King and Illchard ptrcets. 77 at
OX THURSDAY OF LAST WEEK,
a small black-and.tau I)oz, fiom
Kukul street, near Fort. The Under
will bo rewarded on returning the pnino
to B. F. EULERS & CO.,
77 3t Fort street.
NOTICE TO MASQUERADERS.
Dopes, Etc, to lkt,
A ND COSTUMES MADE TO OR.
A. der, at MRS. DYER'S, No. (!(! Hotel
Mrt-ct, near Fort. 77 !lt
A YOUNG WHITE GIRL, to look
after a child two years old ; good
homo to a good girl. Apply lo
AVERY & PALMER,
7(1 lw No. M Fort htreet.
COTTAOE FOlt KENT.
AF1VE.ROOMED COTTAGE, with
kitchen, bath, stable and carriage
house on the premises; convenient loca
tion; rent, $2.'i pir month. Apply to
AVERY & PAUilJR,
70 lw Xo. 00 Ftirtmrcct.
DURING my licence from the King,
dom, Mr. .1. A. Palmer will col.
lect my arconnts and altcnd to all my
business under full power of attorney,
74 lw A. MORGAN.
LEWIS 8b. CO., GROCERS,
7 nnd !! Hotel Hli'cul.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
California Grapes, Peaches, Apricots, Plum?, Pears, Nectarines and Prunes. Also,
Fresh Cala Salmon, do Shrimps, do Codfish, do Clams In Shell, nnd Hock Cod.
AUo, a few nice lied Cabbages, Swiss (.'liccs-u, Oicnm Cheese. Edam Chccso nnd
very mild Cala Family Cheese, Family Cala Coined Hecf, Fresh Cala Holl IJuttcr,
lvcgs Family Duller.
ALSO, Fine Fat Smoked Salmon and dried Skip Jack and ilaracuta for sale
cheap. A line lot of choice New Zealand Potatoes, just received and for sale very
cheap in quantities to suit.
AlSJO, A full lino of Fancy and Staple Oioccrlei, just to hand per O. S. S.
Co.'s steamer Mariposa.
Uy each ai rival of O. S. H. Oo.'a steamers, we rccclvcdlFrcsh Cala Fruits, do
Fish, Ovsters and Game on Ice.
Goods dcllveicd free of charge to all paiti of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone No. 210, l'.oth Companies. P. O. llov 2SI7. (702
Quae waa wta
III HrNl-eltiKM liianncr and priceK to unit (lie tiinew.
70 KIK St-i adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. Gm
A WOMAN lo do general housework
in a family. A comfortable home
and .suitable wa'ijc promised. Apply at
this ollice. i3 tf
1 REG In inform my friend", and mi
loiiifix that all ofdeis can lie fen I to
me by Hell Telephone No. 2!1
71 lw T. XV. RAWLINS, l.cleo.
BY a Portuguese man, a situation as
coachman or to look after horses,
or to do any kind of work. Apply at
M. A. Gonsaivcs & CO., 07 Hotel SI.
HAVING obtained the services of a
llrst-class Piano Tuner, wc wish
to inform tho public that we arc able to
Tune and Repair Pianos at short notice.
All orders left with us will be promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
1033 ly WEST, DOW is CO.
IN KAPIOLAN1 PARK
COTTAGES TO LET,
-fXflTII OR WITHOUT BOARD.
TT Delightful sea bathing. Dodd's
'Imsm1-. run to the place hcnUo or
mote passengers ollor. Apply to
ST Telephone :S02. G8 lm
COTTAGE TO LET.
wwmaA nice 4 room cottage, within
i'Vi,iilb)' leachof Honolulu, situ.
Bgg!&gate at Kapalama. Terms $0
per month. Apply to
MRS. MARIA ICING,
on iho grounds, or to A. .1. Cartwi ighl,
nt his ollice. ' -10 tf
OWING to ihohaitl limes Dr. II.. I.
.Spuer, of Beretania Sliert, will
for UioiicM t!5 days trcit all diseases
within his specialty for one-lhiid the
usual price. Consultation and examin.
,-ition tree. 72 2v
POll I SENT.
rIIl'AT vciv i.i-siiabh' and convenient
X. Faiv,lly Residence on ItiMi'laniii
Stieul , until lately occupied by F. N
l'ralt, I'0'P. compute Willi ouI-Iioum"-,
stables , gardens and pasture. Also, the
prciuh is oci iipicd nt in ul a-, a Iiw
OtUee byJolin Jlusell, Em., centrally
located near the corner ot Foil aud
Miiichatil Streets. Fur paitlculars, ap.
nly either liy letter or otherwise to
DR. ST'ANGENWALD, Merchant at.
2 Mi Jicad of cattle, '10 head
fitt iunl tit for tho liutci'cr,
w eigliing from flOO to 700 lbs.
each; 80 head will lip icady for tlic
butcher in 15 months, and tho balance
are good milch cows, heifers, yearlings,
and calves. On reasonable terms. Ap
ply T.. W. RAWLINS, Leleo.
1 7-1 3w
SOME malicious person lias ciiculuted
a report, that the Woodlawn Dairy
and Stock Company, huvu been, or are
ntiwhcrviiiK tliuir ciiMomerj. wuu inns
which has been tun tluouh the Cream
Separator, or In other wowls, felling
Skim Milk for the price aud in place ot
puronillk. Wo oiler 'J100 rowaul (or
information which will lead lo tho con.
vicllou or tho person n ho was tho ori.
"inator of such report.
WOODLAWN DAIRY & STOCK CO.
. .1. WVI-.I-.lSIt, I'ropriiiloi'.
Choicest Moats from Finost Herds
Families and Shipping
SUPPLIED ON SHORT NOTICE
and at the
'JLiOAVtSN. .Mlll'IC!! lliMH. .
All meats delivered from this Market
arc thoroughly chilled Immediately after
killing by means of a Rcll-Colcm-in Pa
tent Dry Air Refilgeiator. Meat so
treated iclains all its Juicy popeilles,
aud is UUAUAXTJ5I5IITO Ki:i:i' LoNumt
Arir.lt IJI5UVJ5UV THAN Fjll5BIII.V-KII.Ir-
i5i) Mkat. 71 ly
n waia mj
Rflrs. J. Rodanet
TX7 ISHES to inform her customers
H that she is still at 51 Rcrctania
Street, and will continue the dress.uial;
lug business there, at her usual low
rates. lit If
Twiilte SkatiM flint.
Will be open every afternoon and even
" ings as follows:
3oiuluy, WcdncHilny. Thm-mlny unit
To the public in general.
Tiicmlny nml Friday Kvcnlnnw, anil
IVi'tlncMtlay unit Mnturitny
For ladies and their escorts.
AMUSEMENTS TO COME:
July 21 Polo between Yosemites and
Alerts for prize.
.Inly 21 Ham Hunt; prive.
July 25 Turkey Hunt, for natives.
.Inly 28 Two mile Race for piize.
.Inly :!1 Grand fancy drer.s masquer
ade. Four piizcs will he
given oac for the handsom
est costume, one for the most
original one, one lor the
best sustained chaiactei, and
one for the most comical.
Fancy skaters must look out for tho
mouth of August.
Dancing cory Friday ecning from
i) to 10.
:IuhIcj by the Itund,
Every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
Evening; also at the Wednesday Ma
tinee. T. E. WALL, Manager.
Open Every Evening and Wednesday-and
! Music by the Band.
, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
j ings and on Wednesday
I Friday, July 21 Owing to the grand
Micccss oi nie last iuasqueiaue, aim ny
request of numerous patrons of thfu
popular Rink, there ill.bc given a
Giand Fancy Dress Parade aud Masque,
rail i1 on Skates, with 5 handsome prizes,
lz.: i?10 will bo given to the couple,
Lady and Gentleman characters wearing
Hie handsomest costumes; .$5 for tho
best (sustained character. Lady or Gen
tleman, Roy or Girl j $5 for the most
comical character; $5 lor the most ori.
cinal. burring advertisements: Prize.
I p.iir Club Skates, any make, lo the Lady
wearing tho most artistic costume.
Any other than good deportment to
bar any one from a prize, the judges to
be o Ladles and 2 Gentlemen.
Ci:TK,VM',tltK HKATIMJ ItlMt
Tliu Kqiiitnblo I. lie InKurnuce
Society of the United
i:staummiii:i IX 1HUO.
ISSUES Policies on the most approved
plans, vl.: Ordinary Life, Limited
Payments, Llfo Endowments; Tontine
Savings Fund, Tontines, Scnu.Tonllnes;
A. B. C. Tontines; Life and Survivor,
ship Annuities; Children's Endowments,
Joint Life Rlbks, Partnership Insurance,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies both Incontestable aud Nou
Contested clulms, none,
Reforu insuring elsewhere, call iiuU,
get an estimate.
It is calculated that every reasonable
wish of the Insured is embodied In one
or mom of tho plans.
For full particulars and pamphlets,
AI.I5V. .1. t!AltTWItl;iIT,
Grneial Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Central Pare Skatiii Rink
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