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Bruno timo watching his Interests nt
the ballot box while some crcntmo
of Ills presides nt the polls. No
duty can bo nioro important and
snered than that placed in the
lmnds of the Inspectors of Election.
If tho electlvo franchise is of ntry
value, it is wot thy of being jeal
ously giiai dud. The Inspectors
"Whoso duties extend to the regula
tion of tho list of voters as well ns
to presiding on election day, can
have no duty paramount in import
ance to those devolving upon them
in this capnoUy. They should bo
free from all bins or interest in tho
result of any election. They should
personally attend to the duties re
quired of them. The present sys
tem provides for certain things to
be done by n certnin bond. The
law conflicts as to who shnll consti
tute the board. The Hnwniian and
English versions do not agico. The
committee believe that a change in
tho entire constitution of the board
can bo mndo with advantage, and
they herewith offer n bill, which
provides for the appointment of three
disinterested pa sons for ench such
district, tbo appointment to be made
by the Governor ; also that in case
of absences the other members may
appoint substitutes, etc.
This bill the committee recom
mend to be passed and that the snld
,bill of the honorable member for
Jiilo be laid on the tnblc.
W R. Castle,
S. B. Dtuu,
Ul ail jttJkUn.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 10. 188G.
Stmr W G Hall from Hawaii
Stmr Kilauea Hou from
Sclir Knulkeaoull for Kohaln
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Canute for Hawaii
NIc bk Kiinijio, Howard, from De
parture Bay, 11 C, due June 25-30.
Gerbaik Pacific, Oltmau, from lire
men, due Sept 120-30.
Ainbaik Elsinoic, G Vf Jenks, from
Newcastle, X S W, due August 20-30.
Am bark Pacific Slope, Barnes, fiom
Newcastle, N S Y, due September
Bilt baik W II Waton, from Liver
pool, sailed June Dili, due lieie October
Brit ship Amana, balled from London,
Anril Ctb, and fiom Madeira April 24th,
due hcie August "24-31.
Brit bm-k 1101101-115, sailed from Liver
pool, June Gth, due heie October 23rd
Am bUne Planter, W It Perriinan,
ffromPoit Towusend, W T, duo Sept
Am list'io Salina, Blake, from Sau
Tranciseo. due Aiuj 20-25
Am bk Forest Queen, Winding, due
Am bk Martha Davis, P M Bensou,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
Haw bk Thomas It. Foster, F W
Bugg, fiom Newcastle, N S W, due
Brit ship Hospoda, J Babcock, fiom
Newcastle, N S W, due October 10-30.
RJISS Alameda, 11 G Morse, from
Colonies, en route to Sau Francisco,
due September 25th.
Am brgtnc John D Spreckols, C de
Fills, from Sau fianciseo, due Septem
Haw biig Hazaid, W G Goodman,
from San Fianciseo, duo at Hilo, Ha
waii, September 0-15.
It M S S Maraioa, (Bnt), James Edle,
from San Fianciseo, en route to the Co
lonies, due October 2.'
It M S S Australia. (Haw), H Webber,
from San Fianciseo, en route to the Co
lonies, due October 8th.
Am sclir ltosniio, Christiansen, from
, San Francisco, due September 0-10.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
tStmr KUaue'a Hon 3,400 bags sugar
"The steamer Iwalanl Is on tho Marino
Railway being cleaued.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Music at tho Rink to-night.
To-jiioht tho Honolulu Rifles will
havo a "setting-up" diill.
The Bishop will conduct service
in St. Andiow's Cathedral to-night.
1 . I.
Hits. Wallace's Academic school for
girls will reopen upon Monday tho
Native rows uro said to bo frequent
near tho Queen's Hospital, but no
arrests aio made
The American yacht Brunhildo,
from San Francisco, was loportcd 15
miles to tho East at 2 :30 o'clock.
Mil. Pnty's ICawailoa ranch at Wai
nlun is receiving abundance of rain,
and tho largo lescrvoir thero is full.
Two natives fibbing fiom tho Ma
rino Railway last evening, were suc
cessful in catching suvorul largo
jtfit. Chas. McCaithy was tho only
oarsman of tho Myrtle Boat Club
that was at tho boat houso last
The present timo is what is termed
tho "fall" of tho year. So it would
appear, from tbo weighty state of tho
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A new building being in tho course
of erection on Foit stieot, adjoining
tho Pantheon Stables, is intended for
a bus bbed.
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An enoi moils bcbool of iish visited
tho harbor at about 5 :80 o'clock yes
terday evening, but no llsherman
wero in sight,
Next month tbo Americim Ex
press Co. will occupy tho place on
Fort street where Major Hills now has
his lemonade stand.
Monday next will bo tho 100th
tlny.of tho presont Legislative ses
sion. The members arc having a
"right good tinici"
Distinct peals of thunder, preced
ed by vivid Hashes of lightning in tho
N. E., woro tho atmospherical dis
turbances of Inst night.
Tlicnu's a musical genius on Fort
street, who lips tho clarionet of an
evening to soothe tho wearied mind
of tho shaver (Chilton).
The mules that enmo by tho J. D.
Spieekols, yesterday, woro landed this
morning,, and led into a lot back of
tho Union Feed Co.'s stoic-bouse.
All Government schools through
out the Kingdom will re-open on
Monday next tho l'lth inst., after tho
usual summer vacation of seven
IIarpkii'h Geographies; Barnes
(Ficklin) Arithmetics; and Payson,
Duuton & Scribncr's copy books can
be obtained at tbo ofllec of the Board
Owing to ill health, tbo Hon. J.
M. Knpena has been unable to attend
to bis oilicial duties as Collector-General,
since his appointment on tho
4th inst. The duties of the office
aro performed by tho Deputy-Collector-General,
Mr. Board num.
Mk. Cavanogh, of restaurant houso
renown, talks of opening a club
house dinning parlor over the ice
cream saloon on King street, between
Fort and Alakca streets.
Our complaints about the weather
be!ng dull, heavy, oppressive and
generally disagreeable, had the effect
of opening the clouds last night and
moistening the tliL'St soil.
Third sergeant Pratt, of tbe Hono
lulu Rifles, has been promoted to tho
posit:on of First soigeant, while pri
vate Langley, of tho same organiza
tion, has been appointed Quarter
Coal divers along the wharves did
a good business this morning. Be
sides collecting considerable coal, a
good bolster of a lumber wagon was
picked up at tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co.'s wharf.
It is reported that Mr. Jns. Dodd
will arrive here on Oct 81.I1 and will
open n-liquor saloon where Mr. Frank
Gertz now has his boot and shoe
Btore. Mr. Campbell owns tho build
ing am" M-. Dodd has a lease of it.
Owing to a rush of business,
Messrs. Hollister & Co. have en
gaged tL e temporary services of Mr.
John A. Palmer, who was for a num
ber of years engaged in tbe drug
business in this city,
Iolani College will commence the
new school year on Monday, tho 13th
instant. Two pdditinmil teachers,
Mr. Vickcact and Mr. Gowan, of St.
Augustine's Collego, England, have
just been added to the staff.
A vrry exteusivo sale of wines
and liquors will take place on Wed
nesday next, at the auction room of
Lewis J. Levey. An advertisement
of particulars will appear in our
columns to-morrow afternoon.
The storage accommodation at
tho Custom Houso is barely sufficient
for the amount of goods in bondage.
The importation of liquors is increas
ing, and tho consumption decreasing,
hence tho stock is immense at tho
Mr. Geo. Favr, purser of the
steamer Kilauea Hou, which ai rived
last night from windward ports,
makes the following repo-.-t: Rough
weather at Hamakua; abundance of
rain; Paauhau mill has stopped
grinding for tho season.
Yesterday afternoon while the
rain was pouring down in sheets, tho
bay was as bmooth as glasb, with
hardly a breath of wind stirring.
During this culm, tho junior crews of
the Iolani and Honolulu Yacht &.
Boat Clubs raced over the course,
tho Honolulu winning.
The cook of tho bark California,
after trying to desort tho ship, yester
day afternoon, was dischrged by tho
captain in tho evening. The vessels
was towed to sea this afternoon, and
tho captain said that though ho has
no cook, for tho voyage ho will make
ends meet somehow.
To-morrow will bo a gala day for
tho ladies. "A Grand Special Sale"
of tho 1,001 articles necessary to
render a lady's dress complcto will
bo knocked down to the highest bid
der by Mr, J. Lyons at tho "Ladies'
Bazaar." Tho sale will commence
at 7 v. m. on tho premises, 88 Fort
street. A special feature of this sale
is that "everything must bo sold."
Waiane, after nearly 10 months
of diought, icceivcd half an hour's
rain night befoio last. A telephone
messugo from tho abovo placo this
morning states that tho sky thero
was ery bright last night, but this
morning it was dull and heavy with
clov i. IJi was not ruining when tho
most go was received, and there
hoing no wind it was feared that there
would bo no rain theio to-day.
The five-year-old son of Mr.
Thomas Carry, Palama, was injured
by tho hind wheel of a truck belong
ing to tho Union Feed Co. passing
over him. Tho driver of tho truck,
who is a careful and trust-woithy
mnn bays tht't ho saw a number of
children j.laying in tho road, and
pusbcd whoio thoy wee very slowly.
After passing, an alarm was raised
by a Chiuumuu, and on 'looking
around the driver discovered a boy
under tho hind wheel of his truck,
nnd believes the little fellow got thero
through attempting to secure a "lido
Wedding Cakes of 25 years' repu
tation in Honolulu alwnvs on hand
fiom 10 to 100 lbs. of "tho finest,
liehest and delicate llavor, nnd orna
mented in tho highest stylo of art, at
lower prices than any v hero else, at
the Steam Candy Fuctorv it Bakery
of F. HORN,
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook
Mutual and Bell Telephone, No. 74.
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PURE, rich and only
f0- FRESH ICE CREAM. 0$
EVERY DAY AT
HORN'S Steam Candy Factory and
Bakciy & Ice Cream Rooms. 27
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Desciiplivo book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
The largest stock and greatest
variety of homo manufactured,
strictly pure Candies, can only be
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery, and Ice Cream
Rooms, No. 71, Hotel street, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. F. HORN,
Pioprielor, Practical Confectioner
and Pastry Cook and Ornamenter.
What everybody needs at the pre
sent hot spell is bomething cool and
rciVeshing. Thero is nothing like
tho supeiior handmade Ice Creams,
Sherbets and Fruit Ices served at the
Elite Ice Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel
street. Keep our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. Thoy can't bo beat.
Fresh, Steam-frozen, Pure and
Richest Ice Cream, every day. No
Cream frozen over the second, third,
or even the fourth day. Sold at the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, and Ice Cream Rooms. F.
HORN, Proprietor, Hotel, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. Both
telephones, No. ,74. 18
KAPf OLANI BATH HOUSE 1
Kupiolani Bath House!
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to tho above named resort, near
the Marine Railway, where you can
get tho best appetizer in the world
fiesh air and salt water bathing and
boating. Refreshments and cold
drinks upstairs. 1G
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 24 Gt.
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Ciystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
o-ders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
THAT FAMILIAR SIGHT.
Editor Bulletin: In reading
your paper of yesterday made me
feel Jikc writing to you these few
line, to which 1 hope you will give
publicity in your valuable paper.
Heartily endorsing your article, "A
Familiar Sight," 1 further assure
you and the public that the said
beggar stated in last July that he
had 81,500 in U. S. gold coin,
which he carries with him all the
time, and therefore I think that he
should not be pressing on the public
charit' for any more, because that
is sufficient for him to live on in
any part of the world, and as he
seems to carry on the " begging
process " as a business, I think thot
ho should be compelled by law to
taxation, and tabooed from pursu
ing this business any. longer.
J. M. V.
INCREASE OF WATER SUPPLY.
Water was shut off from upper
Nuuanu lesevoir at G o'clock yester
day morning. Tbe six-inch main
was disconnected, and the new
twelve-inch pipes joined with the
upper rescvoir. The water was
turned into the new pipes at about
11.30 o'clock a. m., and when test
ing tho new line only two leaky
joints were found out of 850. After
a thorough test of the line, the
water was turned into tho city
mains at 1.45 o'clock. At about 5
o'clock the connections of the
branch pipes leading to Pauoa burst.
Tho pressure at that time was 110
pounds to the square inch. Mr.
Wilson, Superintendent of Water
Works, immediately sent to town for
more pipes, nnd with the assistance
of thrco men ho set to work to make
necessary amends to tho broken
pipe. The repairs were completed
and the conncciion mado good by
8.15 o'clock, up to which timo the
residents of Jutlil and Liliha streets
and of Palama were without water.
One mouth ugo yesterday tho ground
was broken for tho laying of tho
new pipes. Theic have been 22
days of actual work, during which
time 10,200 feet of pipo has been
For the Prst timo in three years
tho lesidents of Nuuanu Avenue,
above Judc'i street, had a full supply
of wnter from tho main pipes during
the whole of the night, for which
they aie very g.a eful to tho
Miristcr of tho Intel inr, and some
of the householders think a pension
would be in order for that worthy
gentlemen for this act, if for no
BASEBALL IN 1874.
A gnmc of baseball which took
place on the Plains in 1874 is re
ported In the P. C. A. of that
year. The names of the respective
clubs were the " Whangdoodlcs "
and the " Mariners." Tho scores
made were ns follows :
J. Oat, Captain.
E. Williams. .
Wm. Pogue . . .
Pi of. Chickering.
E. Donne. . ,
G. Robertson.. ..
Swcutlund, Captain 2
Dennv. . , 1
Scorers J. Robertson for
Whuni'doodlcs; " Russell for
Umpire Mr. Cuni-
BETWEEN M'Cliesnev'a and Mcr
ham street, 11 black leather
MEMOUANDU.M BOOK, containing
$J0 in bills. The finder will bo suitably
rewarded by leaving same nt
20 ' THIS OFFICE.
order of Mis-rs. C Brewer & Co.,
wo will tell at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, Sept. 13th,
at 11 o'closk a.m., at Brewer s wharf,
Cases Kerosene Oil
Water WMte Electric Oil,
150 0 UTcst;
Just landed in good condition ex bark
Terms Libetal on appioved Paper.
12?" Tut 111s at Sale tBa
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
20 4t Auctioneers
-t "ACME" HICYObH iti pprfcet order.
1 Apply 10 (U lw) J. I,. M"LKAX.
St. Louis' College
Boarding and Day School
FOR BOYS AT
'I lie Course of Instruction embraces
all ilia bianclRw of a good Christian
and Commeicial Education. A Special
, Class has been formed this year for ml.
vunccd scholars. Latin. Greek, Fiench
and GLrnum tire optional.
For Day Scholar, .Oc, 7fic, $1, $1.50
per mo itli.
The Boarding Depaitnicnt consists of
tw Istinet classen of pupils.
Board and Tuition, 1st Class, per
Bo.ird and Tiniioti, iind OI.'M, per
Instrumental Music, per month.. 4
Votal Mii'ic & Drawinjr freu of charge.
Laundry Expense, pet m mtli.... 2
Medical attendance forms extra
chaigu, also, lepnira of all kinds.
Books an'i rUut jnniry ut current rates.
Payments nitiet be made quarterly
(every 2J months) mid in rdvitnec.
Eveiy Umrd mi'st bu provided with
bel clothes, mattiasscM, two night
gowus, several nulls of clothing for Sun.
ilny and uuck daR, six -hittH, six
pocket lmndkf-olilcft, th ee pairs-of
stockings, collars and tlu), three pairs
of thoe.s all inuiUed. Alto, toilet arti
cle's, such as hair brush, 1001I1, nail mid
Liioe brushes, combs, soap and blacking.
For adml.slon ha lloardun ccrti Ileal us
of good uiiir.d character and of heulth
Uullorins will bo obligatory for
Boarders mar spend the first fcW t unlay
of eve-iy month with their parents or
A qimilcily report of tin; heult.i, con
duct and improvement of every boaidur
will he senl to his parents or guardians.
Tho So-siou commences tins icar on
MONDAY, September lit, 1680.
CQr For further particulars apply to
Father Sylvester, S.S., C.C.
Tho Inlor- Island 8 Loam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on linn I for wile
Steam Family and Black mith Coal
anil a giucinl nssoilniciil of
415 Bar firon. iy
Jlnw'n Carriage Mtinf'g Co., i 00 100
K. O. Hall & Sou, 7 100
Hell Telephone, 3U 1(1
O. Kroner & Co., mi IfO
Wnodhivwi Daliy, U0 10J
tiii)nkii Sngai 10., 07 l(0
Vtainumalo, 70 101
tar Mill, (uHG 600
Keciinoeity Sugai Co, t-0 10C
Ice Coupuny, Q 87 100
WAN IX I).
Inter.Island P, K. Oo,, ($10
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokoi.
3d Mcichuni Btioet. 101 ly
By oidcr of ihc 1 rti-lees of the llcthrl
Church, I will tell nt 1 ulill. Auction, at
my Salesroom, In Hon lulu, on
SATUUDAY, Sept. 25, 'SG,
nt 12 o'clock, iioiiii.
that very valuable nnd de-lrablo pro
perty owned by the Bethel Church
A-sociulion, and known as tho
Bethel Biiurcii Lot
situate nt tlio cornet of King anil Bethel
Thodlnii'nslons.of the whole lot is ns
follows viz: On Ring ttect (ill.5 lcit
(S 27- 40' K) on Bethel stieet, 12.0
ieet (S 03 85' Wi adjoining Sailors'
Homo, 57 5 feet (N 17 00 W) on the
Kwii side, back part, 112.75 feel (N 0.2"
20" E) to the initial point. The pro.
pcrty is laid out In four magnificent
building lots, us follows, viz:
1 Lot facing: on King- Si.,
1 Lot corner King; & Bethel
2 L.ots Dicing Bethel St.
Bethel street is to bo widened to 50
feet, making this a very valuable build,
lug site for business houses.
A p'an of this ptoperty on be tern nt
my t Wee.
SSJ Terms are Cash, Hie bilanco
to bop lid in e.iual iiistnlhnuits, in 1,2
nnd tlyeato, secured by first mortgage
upon the premises nohl, nnd Improve
ments here liter placed thereon. Inlet est
nt the late of S per cent per annum, p-iy.
able scini.uuuually, fice of luxes. Prln.
cipal and interest payable in U. S. Gold
Heeds nt Iho expense of purchaser.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
Having Fccuicd the Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to execute all
House or SigMi
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
AN ENERGOTIO HOY for an office.
Must reside with Ufa parents and
come well recommended. Apply to
J. E. WIS KM AN,
20 lw General Bii-iuesj Agent.
DESIHING to dose out our Ship
Chandlery and Conimi-slon Busi.
nes, wo shall sell nt B1DLOKU
PRICKS nnd will clo-s-e out our entire
Stock, good.will nnd lease of prci.i-es
at a lair valuation, to a re poiiMllc
party. A. Y. PE1HCS & CO.
Banjo and Guitar,
13. .J. Aiilsly,
A Thorough Teacher.
EST" For terms, nnnlv to
400 1m VVT.ST. DOW &
TO LET. .
That veiy desirable Residence
of Mr. S. J. Levey, on the
Plains, tn let. T.iiri'H nlrv
looms in main building, u'nh suitable
out buildings; resident e is complete
with all modern iuipiovcmcnU; Stable
and Carriage House, elegant garden,
etc. For further pailiculari-, apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
2tw Beal E-inie Agent.
Burnt OiiUiitNot Dead!
Ryan's Boat-Boilflii Slop
Is now adjoining tin; rear of
Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Bos
ton Line of Packets.
Shipper will ,le.io lake no
ticii thai a lli-i.cl'iH vcsfcI
will he in 1 lie; berili loading
for this noir . i'riviniimr In
sail December li-t, Oiib r hhnidd leave
here by hit inner ol Oi.iober l-i to have
Auothur llibt-cliiss w-el 111 sail foi
this port on or about the l day of
March, 1887, of which funhir notice
will be glun
For pankubii's, npplv to
O. nUEWEK'ite CO., Agents.
Honolulu. Aim 24. I'M'1 13
Will he opt 1 ewn i'ii n 1 11 mil ecn
ill). f ill
.Hominy, Tni'Mlny t coueMliiy mill
Mitut'ila y-i nliif.K,
'I 1 l -n
V(r luilie- tin-! irt'ntl. 1111 n
Ha 1 11 riluy A 1 1 i-rn oiiiih,
For luilie-, gcutleiiiin and 1 hlldun.
I.(!niii4 In K.i lie SUaling
Krldiiy and Nituidn Evenings.
Ul1 I 1AM W.W.I,, ManigKi.
Store for Kent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
rrMIAT desirable Store now occupied
JL by iho LADIKsJ' IIAZAAH, r8 Fpit
Ktreet, and all the KlMuro-, Obi. Cnei,
iic, for mIo. lir further particulars,
enquire on the PieniUes. 410
rPHi: uulcrslgncd 1. , cctft llv culls
JL tin. attention nt (he I. idles tf
Honolulu to the newtunl superb Moi k
of Goods which him just come to liimtl
from Europe and tbo Unllcd Htati,
comprising the following articles:
A splendid Hue of Linen Lawn dross
pattern in 12.) aid lengths. Those
goods will bu found on inspection to be
the choicest In thi nnrket und ut such
prices as will suit tbe times.
White dres fabric in Plaid nnd
striped .NntiBiiok, checked Cambric-,
tilatn Nitintuok while I'lquo Victoria
A choice selection of Plaid Hunting
in evening shades;
lllnck and colon (I French Ciuhmcro
in nil the leading shi.de-',
Volets autl Velveieens of all the
popular blindcs, Trimming Satin in hII
Ficnrli dress bilks in black ami
colors, nUo in evening shades,
lienl anil Imitation Luce in black,
White, eieain and ecill,
All oxer Embiclderic": in blue ami
plain while, 'lucking mid Huflllng.
Those goods. haing 1 eon bought
fiom wimple, ute the most sly 11th In de
signs of iiiij thing in this city, mid well
woith the inspection ot tile ladles,
Ladies' Lawn lliimlkcichich in all
the leading sty le, nl-u the latest and
newest designs In colors; Ribbons In all
tliu popular makes and bhadei.
A full lineot Ladies' Hosiery In Lisle
Thread, Bulbrigaii and fnncy stilpes,
Ostrich Tips and Feathers iu the lead,
lug similes, an Immense t-tock of French
Chlldien's white Dresses, Luce Bon
nets, Lacu Cjp, Hoods-, &c; eomplete
lino ot Latliis und Children's Undci
weai, Lulio-, nnd Children's Cort-eis
We keep constantly on hand a full as
sortment of Ladies', Misses', and Chil
dren's trimmed und untiimmed Hats,
A well.seleeted tfioek of Ladies',
Misses', and Oliildirn's Hoots, Shoes
A Superb Stock of
Chinese Silks & Satins
in all the leading shades.
While Gtas Cloth in tbice grades.
PI tin und Embroidered
We would rail your special attention
to tbe above line of Goods, as we believe
they are the richest and 11 nest ever Im
ported to this market.
Gentlemen, we would respectfully cill
011r attention to 0111 I'liimshing Goods
Mcpnriiiie'iir., as it Is leplele wpli the
latest sljle-. of Neckwear, Suspenders
and llosiuy. Um1-i wear in Silk, Lllse
thienil merino nnd g.ituc. A splendid
and selected stock ot wot king Shirts in
llaunct anil cotlou.
Wo have jiibt icceivcd diie-et from the
manufactoiy, New York, a full and
complete assortment of Gents' Whitn
Shirts. Call and see them, ns we claim
them to b-i the bo-t and cheapest Shirts
ever nlleied in this 111 like" for the price.
A full line of Peiei.Ie Shirts, Hoys'
Shirts and Underwear Men's nnd Boy!s
r'traw and Felt llaia iu Mack and Drub
Cloth for Me 1 and liojs' wear.
Ladies nie io-pccfiilly tcqucstcd to
call and see the llnwt unci largrst assort,
incut of Silk Pongees, Gins'. Cloth and
Silk llandUeichiefs eer imported at
one time to tins maikut.
tS?" We teiiilut out Miieere thanks to
the public of Honolulu for their liberal
patronage, and hope by 'trirt attention
to business and lione-l dealing, to merit
a continuance of the hiiiiic
Coiti'T Imiii and Hotel stiiets.
GEO. B. PEACOCK,
AH OJIU.(J Iiiis purchase) the
liiisine.-K nf Hie Mnn of Sung Iu
Tal Comii.'iiy, Thinnlihs, Maunakea
Street, from Clink Wa, Account duo
by und owing to the f. 111 will he settled
by YYAH CHUNG.
Honolulu, Auubt 2d, ISfcO. 17 3V
mn sale .
House and Lot oft the Pauoa
Valley Poad, near the now
Punchbowl Stieet Jlrldce.
House contains- 5 rooms, Bathroom,
Kitchen nnd Pantry. Outhouse consist
ing of Stable. Carriage House nnd Hnr-ne-4
room. The grounds arc planted
with choice trees. To be sold for $1,700
cash. Apply to
J M. MONSABRAT, .
IB If No. 27 Mfchant Slrrct
Election ol Ofllcers. ;
AT the annual meeting of the HuUwa
Sugnr Company, held August 28,
I8S1I, thn following otllcers were elecletl
for the ensuing year:
John H. Pnty President
Peter C Jones Treasurer
Joseph O. Carter Secretary
George .1. Boss Auditor
Dltcctors Thos. H. Foster and .Ihb.A.
Hopper. .1. O. OAUTEIl,
Secretin y Halawu Sugar Co.
Honolulu. Aim, an. IBM. la lm
of the United States 1b the Best com.
pauy with which to Assure.
I. Because of its Safety.
Its surplus is larger than that of any
otlier assurance company.
II. Because of its Promptness.
Of 1,013 death claims paid iu lSy.'i,
nearly one-half weie paid the very Jay
proofs weie icceivedj whllt of tbe re
mainder, the majority wee paid wlthl
the following three days. No other
company can show such a record.
III. Becauso of its Liberality and
All policies are incontkstabijc after
three ycais. All Incontestable policies
are payable Immediately upon lecelpt
of proofs of death. The Soeltty's
policy contract Is clear and simple, and
llbeial Iu its conditions. Its Non-forfeiting
Tontine (or Semi-Tontine) poller
affords all the ultimate benetits of tht
full Tontine, and bus during Its earlier
years the surrender value and other
material advantages of ordinary life
No other company Is paying 011 its
policies, as large profits as arc shown
under tbe Equhable's manned Tontine
policies with tlfieen-yeni periods. Per
sons deshing assurance may obtain
estimates of the probable Jesuits of
similar policies, nnd of polieies with
twenty-year terms, which aie expected
to show eeu linger prollts.
V. Prospective Advantages.
The unexampled progiess of th
Equitable In the past is the bestguamu
tee of tbe iuei easing Inline alue of
assuiauee with the Equitable.
Assets, ... $(U,55If ,3S7.50
Liabilities, ociUl, HS.;)7
Surplus on the New Yoik
Staudurd, SI7,-ia.'i,3l!'J 10
New Assurance iu 18S3,...UG,011,3i8.uO
a larger business than that of any othsr
Outstanding 1 .,,,. 1U
Assurance, 8 J j7,J38, J1C.U0
Total Paid PollcW 71oRrBOll,
holdeis In 1885...... J 7,138,080.05
Paid Polieyholdeis ; .,...
muco Organization, ) 80)-iM'S.tt
Income In lbSC, 10,51)0,053.18
Increase iu Premium In
come, $1 ,430,340.09
Increase iu Surplus 3,378,il2i.03
Increase in Assets, 8,391,4(11.96
For lull partlculais apply to
ALEX. J. CA1CTWKIGHT,
Nu. it. Kaahiiiimnu St.,
General Agent for tlielluwalian lulauds.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire &. Marine Insur'oe Agents.
The New Kugland
MUTUAL LIFE INS. COMP'Y,
Tho JEtna Fire Insurance Co,
of Hartlurd, Conn.
The Union Vlrtt aud
Marine Insurance Cq.
ot B.m Fianciseo, Cula.
Capital 9,000.000 Reiohimtrki.
rPHE undeinltued, liuni bieu .it
JL pointed ueeut of the above Company
for the Hawaiian Isluuds, is piepnird to
accept ribUs, ugahist Flic, on Uuililiiijf,
Hills etc., uuthu mud FumiiiI.Ii Tirii.n
Lotttt Promptly Adjusted and Payable in
C70 ly .0 Wlhlti V CVs.
The liiiuimlilu Jiil'u As-Miuniici
Society ut tliu UuiU'il
kmtaiii,ihiii:i IX IN.-.O
ISSUES Policies on tin nusi pu. ,ni
plan,vUi-Oidlnaiy Lift Life L .it.
ed Payments, Endow incnib, 'i inr
eavln-, Fiillil, Tontliiii-.Seiiil'loulli.ibj
A. H. C. Tiniiines; Life mid JMiivUnr.
ship Atliiiillles;C,'iildienV KudowmeiiU,
Joint Life ltlbks, I'nrtucndilp lusuianee,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies both Incontestable und Kna
Conicle'd cliilins, nm.e -
llefor" liis'iiinu f'-ewl.wr, ci'll hd
jjrt an esti' iiiu
It U ciilcill lit) lh H 1 u, ),.i,li
wish of tlieiiiHiueil is (inbcnliea Ic ct
or more of the plnus.
For full particulars and pimiphleU,
AI.i:X. J. CAllTWUKaiT.
General Agent fur Hawaiian Island.