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'fllUKSDAY, JULY 2.1, 188.-).
r , , ARRIVALS.
Schr ilalnbow from Koolau
Sulir .Mulolo for l'apalkou
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Alameda. Morse
Bk Amy Tinner. Newell
Bktno Amelia, New hall
Ilk Forto, Florpiins
Bk Foict Queen,
For tho Volcano, per W G Hull, July
22 Ir and Mrs C 11 Sprcekols, W (1
Irwin. Miss Doro ami 5lis Hois, Mrs F
1 Hasting, .1 llnsn 'IVrhcvden. For
IComt, Kan and Jlnalaea Henry ltuh,
M E Stevens, W M Savldgc, W II Coin
well, Miss Cornwcll, Miss Helen Coney,
Eil Smith, Rev .1 D I'm Is, .T I) Pails.
.Tr, W I A Brewer, It .Tone. Miss C
ICelley, Miss Whitney, 0 Wall, G lions
J A Bnek and 200 dock.
Mr .1 ICelley, piuscrund fi eight clerk
of the.slmr Kllanea lion, helng unwell.
Mr Wm Sinn, clerk In the olllco of
AVilder's S S Co. has taken his place for
On asking MrS G Wilder tills morn
ing what about the stun- Llkcllke, ho
said Unit she Is fast to tho end of tho
wharf and Is likely to stay there for
about five weeks.
The Planter will sail on Saturday.
She will take sugar to San Francisco
and will probably lctuin with fielgbt.
She will be gone about three months.
The schr Nettle Men-Ill, after being
in the stieam for about thiee weeks and
having been thoroughly l (-novated, ails
this evening for Lalialua.
WILLIAMS & DIMOND'S CIRCULAR.
San Fkancisco, July liHh, 1SS3.
Duaii Sin: Our last cheuhir was
dated July 1st, per Maiiposa.
Sugah. Wc have no change to note
in our local market, and prices of ic
llned remain unchanged.
ffiEastcrn and Foreign Markets. Thoro
is very little of interest to advise In
cither the Eastern or Foreign Market,
and tho situation is much the same as
reported in our last circular.
The New York market, however, has
held its own, notwithstanding the con
tinued weakness iu London, and a fur
ther decline in prices there, which arc
now very nearly on a parity with New
Purchases could not be made, how
ever, on the Continent on the basis of
Loudon quotation, and producing
countries generally have shown dispo
sition toward weakness.
The deadlock in New York between
buyers and sellers has been broken and
purchases made on the basis of pre
vious quotations, and this fact show?
tne strengtn or uie position tnerc.
Refiners, although carrying fair sup
plies, have again entered the market
and are lcluctant to rcduco their stocks
with tho prospect of a belter outlet for
their product. ,
Latest mail advices of July 8th ic
port that a fair amount of business was
being transacted, and tho market ruled
moderately active and strong, with ic
liners disposed to replenish their stocks
by pm chases of spot supplies, but cable
advices received that Cay from London,
advising a lower market, seemed to
check the demand and no further busi
Supplies continue to be held with
confidence, and sellers, show no dispo
sition to yield, but buyers are still very
cautious and easily influenced by the
lluctuatlons of the London market.
Latest telegraphic advices quote Cuba
centrifugals 00 pet cent test, OS c.
London, July Cth, beets 88 percent
test, 10 s; 7th, 15 s G d; 10th, 15 s 3 d.
Since the 10th hist., both the New
York and Loudon markets have ruled
nominal with no change to note hi quo
tations. Manila basis 5.G0 for 91 percent.
Rice As predicted in our last re
port, rice ex Alameda, owing to im
portations of Carolina, sold at 0 cents
cash. This will doubtless do much to
check the Eastern article, as in spite of
the low rate of freight, them Is little or
no margin at Gt cents. We quote to-day
l. 0? cents.
Exchange, London CO ds st, SL8-1J.
New Yoik sight, 1 -5th.
Flour G G- Ex Family, 1.70.
' Bran, 815 per ton.
Gid Barley, $23 per ton.
Choice Feed, Sl.;i0 per ctl.
Largo Bales, 12 to $15.
El Dorado, 83.C0.
Barley No. 1 Feed, $1.20 per ctl.
Oats Fair, $1.10.
Hay Com W & O, $14.
Lime, $1.-10 and $1.50 per bbl.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Dami: Rumor has whispered in our
cars that ere long two weddings
will take place in our midst.
Keep in mind the masquerade and
dress parade on skates at the Central
Park rink to-moirow evening.
Wiseman's olllce is now covered in
side and out with the posters of
Fryer's Circus Troupe, to arrive on
The stockholders of the Waimea
Sugar Co. meet to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock at the olllco of Ed.
Iloffschlacger & Co.
The next gamo of baseball will bo
played on Saturday afternoon be
tween the llonolulus and Married
Men nine at four o'clock.
Mit.'J. T. Wntcrhouso has just
received Water white and Downer's
best oils for family use, also a very
largo variety of fancy goods.
The Supremo Couit has been
crowded all day with Chinamen,
anxious to hear tho trial of conspi
racy against three of their countrymen.
linn Mtijesty the Queen gives a
limit this afternoon at tho King's boat
house iu honor of II. I. J. M.'s
Special Commissioner and Mrs.
Tin: Kinnu will lc.-uo on Tuesday
next for the Volcano by the new
route. Already several of tho pas
sengers who arrived by tho Alameda
Tun dosing exercises of the Fort
Street Sohool take place to-morrow
morning between the hours of nine
and twelve o'clock. The public arc
invited to attend.
At the St. Louis College to-morrow
afternoon at three o'clock, there
will be a military drill, followed by
tho closing exercises in the large
ball. All arc invited to attend.
Tuts evening His Excellency the
Minister of Foreign Affairs gives a
reception at his residence iu honor of
II. 1. J. M.'s Special Commissioner,
Mr. K. Inotiye and Mrs. Inotiye.
Tub steamer Planter will sail for
San Francisco on Saturday and car
ry a Post-ofllce mail. This will be a
good chance to answer correspond
ence received by the Alameda yes
terday. Invitations arc out to the wed
ding of Mr. John L. Blaisdcll and
Miss Matilda Hughes on Monday
evening, July 27th, at the residence
of the bride's father, corner of
Ktiktii and Nuuanu streets.
Tnr.itc was a large attendance at
the band concert at the Hotel lust
evening complimentary to Judge D.
J. Toohy. His Majesty the King
was present, attended by Col. C. II.
Judd. Tho programme was excel
lently played by the band.
At the San Francisco Stock and
bond exchange, July llth,thc follow
ing sales of Hawaiian Commercial
Company's stock were made : 100 at
SG? ; 75 at SG&; 50 at $7. On July
14th 100 were sold at $7, and 50 at
. o .
Tun steps on the verandah of tho
Post-ofllcc below tho boxes, were
erected to accommodate those who
have the privilege of using the boxes.
Since ten o'clock this morning, these
steps have been occupied by nine
Portuguese, and when any one went
to a box, these men would not
move an inch. Those steps should
certainly not bo made a loafing
Major Wodchouse, Her Majesty's
Commissioner and Consul-Gencral,
had an audience of the King this
morning at 11 o'clock, for the pur
pose of delivering the answer of
Her Majesty Queen Victoria to the
letter from His Majesty notifying
the death of Her Majesty the Queen
Dowager Emma. Particulars of
the interview appear, "by authori
ty," in this issue.
1 m .
Tins evening there will be a
social, literary and musical enter
tainment in the large hall of the Y.
M. C. A. It will be free, and a
cordial invitation is extended to all
to be present. The programme will
consist of instrumental and vocal
solos, violin solos, a vocal trio,
ducts and quartette for mnle voices
and three readings. It promises to
be a vcrj' enjoyable affair.
West Dow & Co. have received
Ex "Alameda" "Walnut & Ebony
Cornice Poles, Harmonicas, Guitar
& Violin strings, Chimes, Masks,
etc. 78 2t
Just received a well selected stock
of fresh artists' materials, direct from
Winsor & Newton, London, per bark
Oriente. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 78 3t
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
GAHILL RUNS AWAY.
The one-armed prisoner Cahill was
put to work this morning as usual
on the refuse cart. Instead of com
ing in with it to tho prison, ho bolt
ed and ran as hard as he could into
town. After a little trouble he was
caught near tho Royal Hotel and
taken back to the jail and locked
up. Capt. Tripp says ho does not
think tho man is exactly right, and
the other prisoners who are with him
nil the time aro agreed on the same
point. It is hard to tell, though,
whether he is putting it on or not.
Before be was sent to prison, wc had
seen him several times on the street
and ho seemed to be clear-minded
A NEW INDUSTRY.
Tho Hawaiian Stono Company
having completed the building of
their lime-kiln, stalled a fire there
Wednesday afternoon to make their
first batch of lime. The firo will bo
kept up for about five days from the
time of starting. A stationary steam
donkey is theic to hoist or draw
loaded cars up an inclined track to
the furnace. Tho Company ex
pects to make 300 barrels of lime at
each burning. They have built a
wharf at the stone qttai ry, on which
loaded cars run to the end and
there dump their contents into boats.
The good quality of their lime has
been certified and tho Company will
furnish it as cheap as lime can bo
imported. Now that the cnlciprise
is fairly underway there is' every in
dication of a successful venture.
DEPARTURE OF JAPANESE.
Another batch of Japanese immi
grants, numbering three hundred
and sixty-three, were forwarded to
their destinations yesterday, all be
ing men. The depot looks vcty
bare now, as thoro arc only about
one hundred left. The following
aro the numbers shipped yestcrdny
with their destinations : Makcc
Sugar Company, -10; Hutchinson
Plantation, l)8 Ililca Sugar Com
pany, 10 ; J. M. Horner & Son, -10 ;
.1. Marsdcn, Honokaa, 15 ; W. II.
Purvis & Co., 30; Paty & Pnikcr,
20; Honokaa Sugar Co., 15; Union
Mill Co., C ; W. Lidgatc & Co., 20 ;
Wniaken Mill, 31; C. F. Hart,
Niiliu, 12; Soper, Wright & Co.,
15 ; Kukaiau Mill, 25 ; Kohala Sugar
Co., 15; Hitchcock Plantation, 15;
Hamakua Plantation, 1G. To-day
10 wore shipped to the Princoville
A WANT SUPPLIED.
The Hawaiian Postal Guide, No.
1 July, 1885, is being distributed
and copies can be had at any Hawai
ian Post Office. It is a valuable
compendium of every description of
information required in dealings
with the postal service. A Hawaiian
edition has also been issued. The
English one was printed at the
Bui.rxTiN office, and the Hawaiian
by the Advertiser Company. The
following is the staff employed in
the General Post Office: II. M.
Whitney, Postmaster-General ; I. B.
Peterson, Assistant Postmaster ; D.
Manaku, Chief Delivery Clerk; O.
C. Swain, Assistant Delivery Clerk;
G. C. Willfong, Money Order Clerk ;
Alice L. Fillebrownc, Registry
Clerk; Wm. Johnson, Gcorgo L.
Desha and I. Kalailoa, Assorting
Clerks ; J. M. Camara, Letter Car
rier. This Postal Guide was need
ed, and the public will allow us to
thank the Postmaster-General, in
their behalf, for the convenience.
CAUCHT AT LAST.
A Chinaman by tho name of Ah
See, for whose arrest a warrant has
been made out several weeks ago,
came into the hands of the police
yesterday afternoon. He formerly
worked as cook in one of our fami
lies, and was given money to buy
beef with every week. Instead of
buying for it, however, he had it
put down on the books and pocketed
tho money. At the end of tho
month, as a matter of course, the
bill went into paterfamilias' hands,
but previous to that Ah See had de
parted, and nothing had been seen
of him until yesterday afternoon
paterfamilias stumbled across him
down on the wharf, and knowing
the warrant was out went for him ;
but the Chinaman made off, and as
he ran threw away a parcel which
was afterwards found to contain two
tins of nice opium. A policeman
was hailed and Ah See soon lan
guished behind the bars of the
Police Station. He had evidently
forgotten all about the beef but not
the opium. Of course he has to
now stand trial on two charges.
The yearly public examination of
the Pohukaina Girls' School was
held yesterday, according to pre
vious announcement. Parents and
friends of the pupils were present in
large numbers. Every available seat
in both buildings was occupied ; the
verandahs were crowded, while the
overflow of the rooms was scattered
about the grounds outside. The
well-earned reputation of this school
was fully sustained in the exercises
of the day. A long and exhaustive
programme was worked out to the
evident satisfaction of the spectators.
After the splendid exhibition of the
previous day, both pupils and teach
ers were considerably fatigued, but
the work of the examination was per
formed in a thorough manner. Noth
ing could be plainer than that teach
ers and pupils had put in a faithful
year's work. Tho teachers nro to
bo congratulated on tho success of
their efforts in preparing an intelli
gent class of girls to become the
women of tho future and who, by
their training here, will give a high
character to the nation and the
pupils arc to bo congratulated on
having teachers who realize the great
responsibility of their position, and
who take a warm personal interest
in their pupils' welfare. If there
were no other institution of civiliza
tion on the island than tho Pohu
kaina Girls' School, it would itself
bo a source of great satisfaction to
the people, both native and foreign.
THE ROYAL SCHOOL.
The closingexerclscs of the annual
examination of the Itoyal School
came off this morning, in grand
stylo. A dense concourse of spec
tators filled the room, tho aisles and
verandahs to their utmost capacity.
At half-past eleven, His Majesty tho
King, accompanied by II, R. H.
Princess Pomaiknlani, Governess of j
Hawaii, H. R. II. Princess Katu
lanc, and Colonel C. 11. Judd, His
Majesty's Chamberlain, arrived and
took seats in front of the platform.
Among others present were the Hon.
A. F. Judd, Bishop Willis, Mrs.
Willis, Mrs. Mackintosh, Mr. I). D.
Baldwiu, Inspector-General of
Schools, and Mr. Charlcsll. Mutphy,
Superintendent of Schools, Visalla,
Tulare County, California.
The following programme was
rendered with consummate ability
by the various pci formers:
Opening llyinu But the Lord is Mind
ful of Ills Own iMcndclisulin
Hccitntlon The Miser Fitly Punished,
Oshom S. L. Kckumauo
Dialogue The Weather Cock. Liwrcnco
fold Fickle, Father.
ciMiaiicisJ .ri,',;;,; vickic,' bo"!?!'!1!
Declamation Independence Bell. .Anon
Address Catiline's Speech before tho
lloman Senate C. Akau
Song There's Music In the Air
Recitation The Frenchman and the
Flea Powder S. Kalakiela
Address Spaitaeus (o the Gladhtois,
Kellogg St. Martin Mackintosh
Recitation Socrates Snooks. Lawrence,
Song I'm Glad I am a Farmer
Recitation A Visit from Old Neptune,
Sleeper .1. N. K. Kcola
Recitation A Yankee in Love, Burnett,
Solo and Chorus Sweet Little Nell,
Edith S. L. Ivckmnauo & Chorus
Uigii, a Ainuicmaucian
i. li. isoisicr
Scsqucpcdulhi, a Philosopher &
Linguist V. Fernandez
Trill, a Musician. . .T. B. Lyons
(.Drone, a Servant .T. Sylva
Hymn AUieu uy bcniors
Somc of the boys exhibited stage
talent that would do no discredit to
professional actors. Master Vincent
Fernandez acted out "A Yankee in
Love" with consummate powers of
mimicry, keeping the house in a
continuous roar. Tho list of prize
winners will appear to-morrow.
AN HAWAIIAN OFFICIAL.
D. A. McKinlcy, formerly United
States Consul at Honolulu, arrived
in this city yesterday, the duly
accredited Hawaiian Consul-Gencral
for the Pacific Coast. He was .so
well liked as Consul at Honolulu
that every effort was made to have
him retained in that position, but
without success. When he was
relieved b- the present administra
tion, the Hawaiian Government
showed their appreciation of his
abilities by sending him back here
in his present capacity. Mr. Mckin
ley is well known in this city, where
ho has many friends to congratulate
him on his good fortune. S. J'
Gall July 19.
Wednesday, July 22nd.
Kamihana (w.) vs. II. F. Glade,
assumpsit. Kinney and Peterson
for plaintiff, Paul Neumann for de
fendant. On defendant's motion it
was ordered that the default be
opened and defendants allowed to
answer. The King vs. Wong lai
Poon, Aloi, Lu Poi, Jas. Kauhanc,
conspiracy. Ordered that the dc
muncr be over-ruled.
At Chambers, before Mr. Justice
Preston. Sing Sing Kec & Co.,
of Kahnlui, Maui, were adjudged
bankrupts on their own petition.
Proof of claims to be on the 30th.
J. F. Hackfeld vs. H. Turton, in
equity. Before Chief Justice Judd.
L. A. Thurston for plaintiff, A. S.
Hartwell and C. W. Ashford for
defendants. Ordered that the de
murrer be over-ruled and motion to
vacate appointment of leccivcr de
nied. Hearing set for 28th.
TnunsDAY, July 23rd.
Pepce and Ah Lin were charged
with affray at Manoa on the 21st.
After hearing evidence they were
reprimanded and dischaiged. John
Duncan, for assault and battery on
Kupihea (w.), was fined 88 and 83
costs. Ah Sec was brought up on
two charges, embezzlement and
having opium in possession. Ho
was remanded until the 21th.
"Thoro is a great deal of true re
ligion in nature," solemnly remark
ed a young clergy man whilo culling
upon a lady of his congregation the
other evening. "Thcro is, indeed,"
was the quiet reply. "Wc should
never forget that there is a sermon
iu every blade of grass." "Quite
true. We should also remember
while wo are about it that grass is
cut very Bhort at this season of the
The Michigan chap who has re
ceived the most bouquet? this Bpring
from the ladies is a fellow who
assaulted a woman with intent to
rob and got a year iu State prison.
IIo was pronounced " perfectly
Never mind, my son, if you do
not get a big salary j but do not neg
lect to do all that you can to make
folks believe you are in receipt of
liberal wages. The fun of deceiving
people more than compensates for
the meageruess of ouo'b income.
LEWIS &. CO., GROCERS,
or ami OJ llotol Htroot,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
California Grapes, Peaches, Apricots, Plum, Pears, Nectarines and Truncs. Also,
Presh Cala Salmon, do Shrimp?, do Codfish, do Clams In Shell, and Rock Cod.
Also, u fow nice Red Cabbages, Swiss Cheec, Cream Cheese. Ednm Chccso and
vciy mild Cala Family Cheese, Family Cala Corned Beef, Frrsh Cala Roll Butter,
Kegs Family Butter.
ALSO, Vino Fat Smoked Salmon and dried Skip Jack and Banicuia for sale
cheap. A fine lot of choice New Zealand Potatoes, just received and for sale very
cheap in quantities to suit.
ALSO, A full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries, just to hand per O. S. S.
Co.'s "tci'ini'r Mariposa,
By each ai rival of O. S. S. Co.'s steamers, wc reccivcdlPicsh Cala Fiults, do
Fish, Oyleis and Game on ice.
Goods delivered free of ehaigo to all pails of Honolulu, and ratisfacliou
Telephone No. DI0, Both Companies. P. O. Box 2U7. (7G2
In lirsl-cHiss mitunci mill prions La nuH l.lie timoM.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. Cm
BOY to work at the Yosemito
Skating Rink. Apply at tho Rink.
77 If T. L WALL, Manager.
DURING my absence from the King,
dom, Mr. J. A. Palmer will col
lect my accounts and attend to all my
business under full power o attorney.
71 lw A. MORGAN.
A YOUNG WHITE GIRL, to look
after a child two years old ; good
home to a good girl. Apply to
AVERY & PALMER,
70 lw No. CO Fort street.
COTTAGE FOIt KENT.
AFIVLVROOMED COTTAGE, with
kitchen, bath, stable and carringo
house on the premises; convenient loca
tion; rent, i?25 per month. Apply to
AVERY & PALMER,
70 lw No. CO Fort street.
ALL pcio'is indebted tome arcics
pectfully lcquestcd to settle their
accounts before Hist Inst., as I piopoM!
leaving lor England, August 1st. All
bills agn'uiM mo will lie paid on piesen
latiou. (71 2w) L. H. KERR.
WOKK WANTED. "
BY a Portuguese man, with two son",
one 12 mid one Kl yeais old, and
a girl 1) yens old, nil of whom can
malic tlicinselves u;eful, and may be
engaged separately. Apply at M. A.
Goiis'.ilves & Co., 57 Hotel St. 71 lw
rrMlOSE desirable premises on HI Be.
JL rutiniu btiect, between Foit and
Nuuanu Streets, llio house cont-iins pal
lor, ii bedroom-., dining room, kitchen,
bath and slorc rooms. Atao, a detached
cottage, ronlaining !5 large aiiy bed.
rooms. Inquire on the piemiscs.
CJEVRRAL GOOD DRESSMAKERS,
kJ Apply at once to MRS OASCI
King and Itiebaid streets.
N THURSDAY OF LAST WEUK,
a small lilneU.iind.tau Doir, tiom
Killed st reel, ntar Foit. Tim finder
will ne row aided on u-tiitiiing the nunc
to 11. F. E1ILERS A3 CO.,
77 ;u Fori siicet.
l'er FOREVr QUEEN,
A largo invoice of the Celebrated
ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER !
In Quarts and Pints,
For Salo in Lots to Suit at
F.A. Schaefer & Co
READING ROOM ASSOCIATION.
HpilIS INSTITUTION is located on
JL the corner of Hotel mid Alakei
strecis. dlreully oppollu tho building of
tho Y. 31. C. A., mid is open every day
and i-enln, Sund.ijs included.
The Reading Room its supplied with
all the local Journal", as well as nearly
fifty of tho leading foreign papers mid
The Circulating Library consists of
over Jl.OOO volutins, mid i constantly
The Reference Library contains a
valuable lino of cyclopedia, diction,
nries, and uorkscn" u similar diameter.
A handsome parlor is provided for
conversation and games.
Tho Circulating Dcpaitintnl is.closcd
Terms of membership : Signing thu
roll and paying the regular dues, llfty
cents a month, quarterly in advance.
SiraiiL'ois from foreiL'ii countrlcsud
visitors from other Islands aru welcome
to tho rooms at all limes, but as tho
Association lias no other regular means
of support except llio dues oi memuers,
it is expected that residents of Honolulu
who desire to avail themtelves of Its
pilvlleges, and all who feel an interest
in maintaining an institution of this
kind iu our community, will join thu
Association and pay the regular dues.
S. 11. DOLE President
M. M. SCOTT. Vice-President
II. A. RARMELEE Secretary
A. L. SMITH Treasurer
O. T. RODUERS, 11. I)., Chairman Hall
and Llbiury Committee. 77 tf
Mrs. J. Rodanet
WISHES to Inform her customers
that sho is still at fil Berctania
Stiecl, and will continue the drcss.mak.
Ing business theic, at her usual low
rales. 01 tf
YoaitG gbtfliir Rift
Will be open every afternoon and even.
ings as follows:
Monday. Wcdmiiilay. Thurmlny ami
To the public in general.
TuoNilny ami Friday KvciiIiick, nntl
Wednesday and Naturday
Eor ladies and their escorts.
AMUSEMENTS TO COME:
July 'il Ham Hunt; prbo.
.Inly 2."5 Turkey Hunt, for native.
.Inly 23 Two mile Rate for prize.
July 'Jl Grand fancy dres m:tiUor
ade. Four prizes will bo
given one for the handsom.
est co-itumc, one for the most
original one, one lor the
best sustained character, and
one for the most comical.
Fancy skaleia must look out for the
month of August.
Dancing ccry Friday evening from
n to Id.
IiimUi ly tlio Itaml.
Eoiy Tor-day, Friday and Saturday
Evening; also at the Wednesday Ma
tinee. T. E. WALL, Manager.
Central Park SMiiii MI
Open Every Evening and Wednes
day and Saturday Afternoons.
Music by the Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
ings and on Wednesday
Friday, July 24 Owing to tho grand
success of the last llasipieiade, and by
request of numerous patrons of thin
popul.ir Rink, there will be given a
Grand Fancy Dress Parade and Masque-
ado on Skates, with 5 handsome prle,
vi.: !?10 will bo given to the couple,
Lady and Ucntlcmnu characters wealing
the handsomest costumes; !?." for the
best sustained chaiactcr, Lady or Gen.
tleinan, Roy or Girl; $5 for tho most
comical character; $."5 for the most orl.
glnal, hairing advertisements; i'ri.e,
pair Club Skates, any make, to tho Lady
wearing this most artistic costume.
Any other than good deportment to
bar any ono fiom a prl.c, the judge to
be !) Ladies and 2 Gentlemen.
CJ:XTH.VI. IMItK MKATI.; ItlMt
Tlii Kquitultle Jiife IiiHurnuce
Society of the United
r,HT.vni,iHiir.i ix ihsu.
ISSUES Policies on the most approved
plans, vi.: Ordinary Life, Limited
Payments, Life Endowments; Tontine
Savings Fund, Tontines, Bcmi.Tontlncs;
A. 15. C, Tontines; Life and Sunivor.
ship Annuities; Children's Endowments,
Joint Llfo Risks, Partnership Insurance,
etc., etc, etc.
Policies both Incontestable and Nou
Contested claims, none.
Reforo insmlng elsowherc, call and
get an estimate.
It Is calculated that every reasonable
wish of tho insured is embodied in one
or more of thu plans.
For full pnrtlculais and pamphlets,
Al.l'.X. .1. CMItTWltMJUT,
Uuicral Agent for Hawaiian Islands.