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Pitched to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, AUG. 10, 1889.
Wc suppose that the letter of one
correspondent, in this issue, calling
attention to probablo murder com
mitted and no Investigation, nud
that of auother, respectfully asking
whether- the Goternment la acting
inood fnlth trith regard to public
lamls,:ivill be deeined "Anti-Reform"
tirades by the Advertiser.
AT IT AGAIN.
By the use of small capitals the
Advertiser, iu a quotation that it
had not the hanesty to make origin
ally, again strives o twist Ihe ob
vious intent of an article in this pa
per. Before laying down his pen,
however, the writer iu the morning
paper seems to have been stricken
with the consciousness that he was
only making a donkey of himself,
for hcwinds up with a dash of bluff
characteristic of the genus bully.
He threatens to make room for
"anti-reform and anti-Government
tirades" from this paper. As to
the anti-reform part, if opposition
to sound principles of government
be meant, we defy the hack to pro
duce aught of that nature from our
columns. And, regarding anti-Gov
eminent criticism, the servile sheet
may get enough of that to publish
from plain talk likely to be heard in
the Reform primaries and con
ventions. That is, if some of
those most prominent iu the
previous campaign of the party
will have the courage to utter there
what are now their freely-spoken
convictions. The Adveitiser under
present auspices has made some
convulsive efforts at being inde
pendent, but, not having "the
sand" in it to maintain the posture,
each time has only witnessed its re
lapse into a lower level of servility.
The present attempt to jam the Bul
letin into a box of the hack's own
making reminds one of the despica
ble intrigues of courtiers in mediieyal
times to curry favor at court by be
smirching the reputations of better
people than themselves.
IS THERE FAVORITISM?
Editoii Bulletin: As we know
by experience, that amongst other
things, politeness, 'as for as answer
ing letters goes, has been reformed,
it would be useless to write to our
present rulers to have a few ques
tipns answered. That is why we
take the liberty to present them
through the medium of your valua
ble paper, so giving the government
an occasion to prove to grumblers
and fault-finders, that its hands are
clean of all favoritism.
There is perhaps no district iu the
Hawaiian Islands where there is less
land to be disposed of tfor home
Btead purposes than in North' Ko
Jiala, Hawaii, and still, .whenever
there is a rare occasion, it is sorelv
neglected by those committed to
foster the interests- of the commu
nity. By community we understand
the public at large, and not a few
wealthy privileged ones.
The following ai e the points re
quiring a little elucidation:
1st. Is it true that our high lands,
surveyed for homestead purposes
about a year and a half ago, have
been leased, iu consequence of a
petitiou of a few Kohala'planteis?
2d. Have the government lauds
not, according to the law, to be sold
3d. "Why then are the Ilualua
lanai to be disposed .of by private
iJOl. 12 acres divided into lots of
10 or,20. acres, could make 15 or 30
families happy, and being close to
the mills would be most suitable for
CHINESE CHEAP LABOR.
KwToii Bum.i.tin: It is current
ly repoi led that Mr. Cluing, better
known us a former Chinese inter
preter with Mr, Hartwell, and who
has lately returned to this country
ami again occupies a dusk in the
same guntlauian's olllce, has been
grunted Letters of Denization by the
lioYuriitnent to enable him to apply
for admission to the bur. By a rule
of the Supreme Court as it appears,
,noilu,but Hawaiian citizens can liu
admitted to practise law. By n ta.
tutu, Letters of Denization may be
granted by the King, in certain coiw
tiinjeuples, to foreign em such let
tors giving the holders nil rights of
cUlzeushiji, By u constitutional
provision, Cldnehtiiup excluded frm
u light to vote, Tlio franchise U
tlio test of citizenship, MlietfYur nili
YPrsul suffrago obtains, uio tlio
miffrugu it unlYuibiil, burling Ch.
weau and other Asiatics,
JlfW can U Iip ! blu that if the
GojlUllltJn 111 teiuiH excludes "II
Aflali0 from n fe ? nun q iii
8iitlliwtH)i tlio SuprviiiP Pt'litt
(imter niulijiiHy of suime) Hiuhr
uilfcliiji a ffliullilon lirrmli'M to
tidJUUMPJ IS IN twM aiy liflW
can the King (evett by ntlt with UiC
advice, etc., etc.) by this palpable
evasion place Mn Chung in a posi
tion which embraces all the rights
of Hawaiian citizenship ; and a for'
ton", when this constitutional pro
vision has been passed long slnco
the "Denization" law? When Mr.
G. K. Wilder returned some months
ago from the Ann Arbor Law
School, a member of the Michigan
State bar, the Cabinet refused him
letters of Denization, (though his
father is an old and prominent re
sident of Honolulu); and he was
obliged to become a Hawaiian ctti
zon "under the naturalization laws
before he could appear in Court.
Here, however, we have a China
man, who happens to be a clerk of
Mr. Hartwell; and "the case 'being
altered, altetsthe case."
' Of course It may be said: "If
white mechanics aud merchants are
to be ronted out by 'Chinese cheap
labor,' why also shouldn't law
yeis'i"' But the circumstance Is a
straw which by blowing as it does
shows the consistency of the Cab
inet in favoring the Mongol, where
white men not of tuir otm clique
arc the ones to suffer by the act.
(Yuri th Ihio Jlecord, July 30.)
A fire which nearly proved to
a veiv damaging one, occurred
Wednesday noou last week. The
youugest child of Mrs. Loebenstein,
iu the absence of her mother, pro
cured some matches aud lighted a
lire in a small room off the main
building of the Coan premises. The
interior of the room was well burnt
out, but the fire being discovered
before it had made much headway
in the mam building was fortunately
put out. Thanks aic due to Levi
and Ernest Lyman for their efficient
kerviccs at the fiie. Fires are be
coming more numerous in this town
as we are getting built up more and
more, and wp must either have our
water pipes laid on soon or be forced
to organize a lire brigade.
Our remniks a lew issues ago
about the Cocoanut Island premises,
were well received and steps aie
being taken to put the building in
good repair, put in a pood "spring
board" at the bathing place, cement
the rocks jiround it, build paths
about thfi Island aud a wharf for
landing on, etc. Any sums, how
ever small, will be received by Mr.
Richards at the telephone oflice and
we will guarantee they will be all
faithfully applied to tlie above pur
poses. We will be one of ten per
sons to give 82. oO for a good 400
gallon iron tank for water, as a tank
of some kind s needed. "Who will
join us? Let us not be small in our
contributions for putting our sea
side park in good order.
The weather has been very
showery the past week and we are
c;lad to see that our streams m every
full. We need a great deal of rain
to fill up our upper swamp, so as to
carry us through the fall dry
weather. Not having had any snow
fall the past winter on our moun
tains, we must have a great deal of
rain fall this summer to make up
for it. or else wc will suffer when
the di3 Kona weather sits in.
The Government schools have all
closed and the teachers are all going
into summer quarters. A small
party-of ladies have gone on a trip
to Waipio and Waimanu. We hear
of another jiarty, who arc intending
3to camp out near the Volcano.
Judge. Lyman holds an appeal ses
sion at the Court house in Ililo Aug.
lGth. Let all who have business be
fore him take note.
Judge Austin and wife leturued
from an overland trip through Ha
makua to Kohala and hack, at which
places the Judge held Court.
The" Sheiiff arried back from
Honolulu on the last Kinau and we
hear that the Deptuy Sheriff leaves
to-morrow on a tour of inspection
around the Island. This is as it
should be. The heads of depail
raents ought to be well posted fiom
personal inspection, on what is
going on in their departments.
The Liteiary Club is about to
take a vacation. The last meeting
is to be held Saturday evening, at
the l esidence of Mrs, Sevei mice. Wi
understand that the vacation lasts
until the first week in September.
Iiaiu lins at last fallen in llama
kua. Lust Saturday and Sunday
nights two inches fell.
(Fiom the Uito Jlecord, Aug, G.)
Mr. and Mrs. Lord arrived on the
Kiiiuii from Kohala last Sunday
morning. Mr. Lord takes the place
of Mr. Win f i.I, In the Union school.
Wo welcome them to Ililn.
The llilo Literary Club gave their
last meeting Saturday ovcnlng, The
evening passed off very pleasantly,
and was enjoyed Hy all, The vocal
duet by Mr. Itissoll and Ernest
Lyinnn was inuih upjoyed, and mot
with hearty "incoros," Tlio club
vacation lustB for two months. A
vote of tlmuks mis tciuluicd to Mrs,
Hevurancu 0r her kindness in open
jug her doors to tie club,
A piUoni'i' by tlio iiniiiu of Kenkl
psonpoii from the pi Hon gang, work
ing on the Volcano oml, on Friday
just, A reward of $ Ifi Is offoreil iy
the Hlioriff for Ids uircst,
Hills are asked for, for ('paiis
awl buildings on the jiill premlMiij.
hiiictif)inna to lie eprn tit tlienjllm
if tliu vSliuiff. Hill tn liu opiiifil
AiiKiidt 1 i ut Honolulu.
A Jiipmiw yw billwl t Hoiio
liiim lM wel? liy ih'Ihh tlrijpil liy
a runaway ihiiIp. u was In'tlm w
of geiiliig on 111? hiiiIp iiri'prumry
to f6lng up lo the firltt to work,
when his foot slipped and became
entangled in the trace chain and hC
fell to the ground. The mule im
mediately started and dragged him
quite a distance along the Govern
muni road and down into Ihe k'lhn
wal near by. Bcforo ho could be
resuuetl ho was dead, being tenibly
bruised about the head mid shoul
ders. Volunteers have been at work on
the improvements on Cocoanut Isl
and. Great credit must be give Mr.
Richards for ills labors in this mai
ler, A nice spring board has been
placed in position aud the rocks
around cemented. The house
has been put under lock and key.
A Hue new table and good benches
have hern made. All these will re
fit the house so as to make it cpin
ioi table lor picnic parties. We need
a good water tank and some other
things to finish up with. Among
other things we would suggest that
the ladies look up some odds and
ends of dishes (cups, plates and
saucers) aud donate the same, to be
kept on the Island. A cupboard
under lock and key will be provided
if the dishes are forthcoming. In
this connection let us remind all the
gentlemen ftieuds, that if each one
wjll contribute fifty cents, it will,go
far to paying for the improvements.
Don't uait to bp asked, as the con?
tiibutipns arc (supposed to be yolup
tary. So just call in and drop a
fifty cent piece in Mr. Richards
hands, for this purposp.
Mrs, Hartwell and two daughters,
with quite n number of Ililo's young
folks, started for the Volcano last
week and expect to return this
The Government survey party
start for the summit of Mauna Ken
soon to erect Bignal stations. They
expect to camp on the top of the
mountain one or two nights.
Arrived, schooner Lizzie Vance
from San Francisco.
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
Extra Cars for Convenience of Persons
Attending Church Service.
Cub leave P.iuo.i for coiner Tort and
Beretaniu 0:45 a. ui. lo 9:45 p. m.
Car3 h'Ae PaiMi for corner Nuuanu
aud KtrctuiU O-L'O a, m, to 8:20 p. m,
Carsl'ave comer Fort and Beritania
for f'uuim 8:'S) a. m. to 9aS5 p. in.; an
Fx'ri tnr at 12 00 noon and 6:40 p. m.
Cira leave Queen Emma Hull for
I'aua 11.07 u. in. and every hour as
Cars lenvc Oaliu College for corner
Port and lierctanin tlreelB simeas week
dn)B. xtra Cr 9: 8 a m. anil Two
Kxtra Cars at 10:US and 11:28 a. m.
Cars leave corner Puuahou and Berc.
Unia streets 9.82, 9:5'5, 10:32, 10:00,
11:33, 1 1 :C0 a. in. and every hour until
7:5C p. in.
An Exlra Car from corner Fort and
Beretiuiiii strums tor Punuhou at W p. in.
TPHE annual nutting of the Olowaln
1 Company will liu he'd on MON.
DAY, AiiiiUKt 12tli, at 11 a. m, at the
ollieu oi Win. G. Irin & Co.
C. O. Bfc.RGK,
(17 Ct bccrciury.
A QUAli 1'EMA niei linp of theBnnrd
J:. olTrtifUft. of t'io Q-iccn' H s
dial will he held on SATURDAY, the
7th Hcjiluiiihur, 18 9 at 11) o'clock a m. ,
.ii Ihe Koouin of 1 liu Clinmlier of Coin,
mi rce lluMiith of importance Amend,
incut of the Dy-f ins. I'cr order
F. A SCIIAEFER,
320 1m fccrciary.
NOTICE ia heieln aiven to all those
who tool; u l.uml in puttliif,' down
ii c dn tardly attempt t f ihe !!0ili ulto ,
and assih'cd iu the maintenance of law
and oidcr, whubu Laiues me upon Ihe
Marshal's list, that the sum of Ten (10)
Dillaihwill hopiid to all such us will
call on the. undurt-igiud on or h fore tlio
20 h inst., on hehall of the Mcrclrmts of
Honolulu, as a blight lecogultlon of the
JOI1X H. PATY,
Honolulu, Aug. 10, 1880. 322 7t
rpWO .Men, oi.e to iil,u cine of horaCB,
I. 'liu nthi i for a much uu ieiiernl
farmer. A ply at ihU oflliic. 1110 if
European Billiard Purlors,
rnilE riamUoinr.nl Hilllaril Parlors In
X iliu aiiy, ami lilted up In thu most
approvid tylo Four mlilen with all thu
latest linproviimi iiIf.
J, l. HOWKN & CO,,
070 If l'roprliitor.
Mf, frank Brun,
EUSIPRKOW, of ,
Mr, lumei loyo,
T ATR HwliU'iirs of
IJ Mr. M Oreen,
W furl m
K3 Mr, Wol!i fion r,
, , l?UHJtlFPt
tur Ai!y iq
inn Ai it 9WJUQUTi
m K tlsrwiiBi im
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
LARGE and IMPORTANT
lam Inftptcleil hy Me3Rr. H HAOIC.
I'KfjI) & CO lo tell at Puhlln Auc.
Hon at their Store. Queen street,
On a Liberal Credit to the Trade,
WciiuiHtltiy & Thuriilny,
Aug.'S 12lh, 13th, 1-lth & 13th,
Commencing at 10 a. m, each day,
All their Import Hions of Merchan.
Ulae oi every di-'orlptl.n,coiii.
prlsini- full lines of
Bit Goods, Dress GooSs,
EiiRlith and Australian Saildlep,
Twine and Filter Press Clnlh,
Gnlvnn zed Corrugated Iron and
Iififjs and Digging,
Vienna Furniture I
An nsiortment or
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
I 1 ALBfJ rrr-
Champagnes, Pert & Sherry Wines,
Ales, Doers, &c, &c.
tyAll Good-,oflucil will positively
TGItaiS at hai.i:.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Second Annual Picnic
TO BE UKhli AT
Saturday. Aug. 10.
Admission 59 Cents. Ladies Free.
Ticket to hi lnd of all mem hers of the
Cluh Three I'ur will leae eornur ol
Fort and King street, every li.ilf hour,
coinnieuo'ng ut 1 o'clock r. u, and
Hussi'H will transfer lndks and children
fri m the Bridge to the picnic place
fieu of charge.
Sports for joung and old commence
at Si r. m A ""large platform is on the
grounds for dancing, ilmlc hy the
Hojal ll.iw j-ilnn 13 uid. 317 Gt
IIONOLULU, H. I.
These Schools open for the Hew Year
September 9, 18SU.
The faculty of Chdiu
College will ho
the same as last year
The I-1 icnd
says: "Wc think that there Ins never
been an abler faculty at Oahu College,
or one better adapted to impart a high
classical and scientific education."
The lioaidiug Uepaitmeut can ac
commodate but few more than were in
attendance last year, and all who dci-ire
to enter Miouid make an eaily applica
tion The Preparatory School continues
under the I'liucipaMiIpof MKsMiilonc;
Sliss CiU'iie A, Oilman takes Jlins
Chamberlain's position, the litter hav
ing leslgned to iciiime to the United
The Trustees are happy to unnoiuuv
tl at. iluoiigh the geueious inteu-st of u
f i lend, they aie ejecting' a tine new
building and remodeling l he pichcut
one, t-o ih.it this school will occupy new
and commodious ipiaiteis iu Sejiteni
ber. When thus (.quipped wc hclluvo
the Pieparatoij School will offer oppor
tunities second to none in tlio Kingdom.
JGny'Addn Si nil letteis of iuqiihy o
KEV. W. C. MKHIU'IT,
.'117 Ini Picbldeiit.
The neit teim of ICamoVainelia School
MONDAY, Sept. 2d.
'Ihree gentlemen, hAlng npeo!al qua.
liHi'.ilivn.tu. touchers of itnmml training,
have hum eiigtgeil for tlio coming vein.
Twoof'hetu aru hliilily lecoiumemleil
hy l)r Wooduard of tlio Cululiraitil
Atniiiinl 'riiiiiiing School of Wiifliington
Unlvcr 'y. hoing giwtnalus of ihm in.
uliiitiin , Thu other as l'rlnrinM of
llnhoknn Acudfiiiy lma had valuable
oxperiiuco m an limtniotor in several
lriiiH'lii of tniiniuil training,
Appl' 'iUIoiib for nilinihsiin elimihl hit
tent immcdlnuily tn thu I'rliu lp.il, ns
roiinik -v 1 1 1 ho riMiigiiijil in older of
Ciay Tor fuilhrr liifoniiiiil'Hi iipnly to
111 I If 1'iliieli'al.
FKW VIU.ok & Wlilte Parlor
Oikuh nIIi elglit stops, Huliahlo
tillimil nr ciiiiioii A line lusiru.
lilflil. njily m (i7 I'unolilHil Mitifl,
OpiOfll' li I', flBi(IH l8lll
P tl. niniTi
he rwvlvul it
'ii.ee, liu iwo
wnuli liuiu duu Ini
mn, riMHiurjiiuum, imw,
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Is This Plain Enough For The Investors ?
Some Suggestive Facts and Figures Showing the Financial Operations of the Two
Largest Life Insurance Companies in the World.
(l?rom the Annual Statements for 1888, and the Official Jlcporls to the Insurance Department.")
rJCo tlie TJiougrlitful Iirvestox :
Considering Hie vat importance involved in connection with Life Insurance, and tlio natural inference to be
taken from n reading of the many pamphlets, circulars, and advertisements of the Kqnitable Life Assurance So
ciety, claiming superiority over every other company, and alluding particularly to "Its Two Largest Comneti
tors." As a representative of oue-of the "Two Largest Competitors" I olfer no apology for presenting a com
parative exhibit, showing the flanueial opeiatlons of the Mil tit it 1 and Equitable Life Ins. Cos., and har
aimed lo make the comparisons plain enough to "LET EVERY EYE NEGOTIATE FOR ITSELF'
Respectfully submitted, a. u. tmujjia3,
Executive Special Agent, the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
An Ounce of Fact is Worth a Ton of Assertion.
1 As to admitted assets Jany. 1st, 1889:
The Mutual Life held $125,194,71!) ) , ... . ,r , , T ,. eno , 'ton
The Equitable held Mm ) I'xccss ,n fnvor of Mulual Lifc' S82.182.'190'
2 As to the amount of assets to assumed Insurance Obligations:
The Mutual Lifu held 8202 per each one thousand ., B .
The Equitable held $173 per each one thousand J'xccs9 lu
3 As to nmount of insuranco issued in 1888 over 1887 :
Tlio Mutual Life gained 838, 750, 793 ) ,, . , , , . , T .', .,,,..
The Equitable gained 15;910,480 LxCe9S in far0r 0f Ml,t"al L,fo S17.8JG-3G3- "
The percentage of gain in the Mutual was 48.6 J T, . , V i o-' ' 'I
The percentage of gain in the Equitable was 11.6 Esccss in favor of Mulual 3 1,er ccnt'
I As to Piemiums received from, and
The Mutual Life pnid $75.70 for each $100 ) r, . , , ,, , , r.. nn ,
The Equitable paid S53.70 for each $100 ) Excess m favor of M?lllal L,,e S22,00 l,er cvcri' Sl.00- .
5 As to general 4 percent Surplus over all Tontine and ascertained dividend liability:
The Mutual Life held Jan. lat, 1889, $7,887,639 ) ,, . , , .. , , eo roa on
The Equitable held Jan. 1st, 1889, $5,255,419 j Lxccss in favor of MuLllal S2.632,220. .,
The Equitable boastfully advertises a Btirplus of S20,79 1,715 while their own sworn statement, as shown in
the latest report of the New York Ins. Dept., proves tlio advertisement "padded" to the extent of $1,726,312.
The Equitahlo's GROSS surplus is only $19,068,102 and from this amount should be deducted the sum of $13,
812,983 already accrued on Tontine and other policies lor which special class of policy holders it is simplr held
in trust and cannot be used in any manner for the protection or profit of any new member. If tlio $100,000 of
capital stock be also deducted the Equitable's general surplus is shown to be $5, 155,419.
Interests, Expenses, Diyitts ai Total Payments to Policy Holders.
by over nine
not enough tc
1863 to 1889 the interest receipts of The Mutual Lifc was more than sulllcient to nav nil dr.ir.ii Tnwpo
millions of dollais, uhile during the same period of years tlie interest receipts of the Equitable was
pay its death claims by twelve millions of dollars. The total outco for both death claima mid or.
penses in the same period being seven percent grenter in the Equitable, than in tlie Mutual Life. The divi
dends paid by the Mutual Life, in the last 21 years alone, amount to $73,514,374 as against $33,598,916 paid
by the Equitahle. While the total payments to policy holders since the Company's organization have been ; in
the Mutual Life $272,481,339. In the Equitable $118,494,751. The Mutual Lifc has paid back to its members
in cuaii uiiu noma securely mvesieu
ever received irom mem, wniie iuc
Will stand at scivice al
$50 ani $75 Insnrance.
lii.coitn 2:22, Sacramento, Sept. 15.
Pedigree: Ma-in was sired hy
Quiun'a i'ntcheu, ho by beo M. Pat
chen,.Ir.; Marin's d.im hv Emigrant, he
hy Billy AlcCrnclwn; Billy McOiucken
by McUraekcuV Black Hawk, 707, (the
"ire of Lady Dooley, iiiid of ihe dam of
Overmau, 'i-.WiU) JULrneUen'h Black
Hawk, 707, by V.-mimi HI ek Hawk, 6;
2nd dam by Marshall's black Uawk, he
by Easion's Blue k Hawk. The d.im of
Qninn's Putchcn by biockliriilgo Chief,
ho by Vermont Bhick Ha.k, (5.
II. T. f'arnill of Nin Krancbco the
former owner of Mariu, voucIu-b, that
out of ihitiyjix umrcs served by this
hnrtc during his lust feaenn in Cali.
fornia, ihhiy.flie piovid with foal
PAWL II. ISKKfilKKG.
Carringf For Sale Cheap.
Ni:W Cutunder Car
l Jft.i- JL
mue jimt llnifhtd
'.y-T5 and blind oim
Hi tlrm clasr Mylfj mu-i be immediately
sold to olo-o mi novlmnmnt. Annlv to
HAWAIIAN nUhlNTSSS AOKNUY.
Colt ago To Lot.
NIJW one utory Cottage
f n on upper imit of J.lliha
iM, street, cuiiiiiiiiliur C rooms
nicely impcred mid painted, hath room,
Kite en, nice lawn, bhmlu tiecs, etc.
V1I1 he rented lenhoiiablu to a uyod ten
ant. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
STORE TO LET
npiIK Btoru lately occuiilcd
X by B, O, Howe, Wuv'h
Illnck, King strni t, at reason.
alilo rental. Iosh1 ii clven at onoe
HAWAIIAN MJSINESS AQKNOY,
I wnuniH. ulcers,
gulls, pi mid Hash ami
noiitk of every deiioilii
tlmi to iinrsmis or mil-
liuilj, Ailunleil hy imiillng hoiuo 111IU
I mill, eih mid liM'iy sbOileu, )to III
thu I'liUci! Hiiiim mill elhowlunii. Wn
(up piepiieil tn novo this ulnteiiiput liy
lillliit)iiils iiiii) lefniimiTH tn ilinii4
iimllheiymen n llilb Kliijjildii),
HAWAIIAN HI'aiKHSS A0NOT.
1 11 I
mn iiiiiiiiiu(nnlt) YIbwh Til him
' imw uuhji'IUi' 'nm'iy luilltlliitfii wjt'i
liiiliN Uliinili fur ii!p 111 imnjiiiuilili1
Oorusr ral WMPrftoul fell eiifo
The Thoroughbred Stallion
claims paid to potior holders:
ior lutiire payment, uvcr Sixty Millions of Dollars More than
ftqutiaMo has returned in like n
Renowned for Tone and Durability !
80,000 In Use GUAll6A?SS.F0K EstaWisM 1840
ENDORSED BY THE
ttST BXU&ilC DEPARTMENT -a
HAWABSAft MEWS CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Call, or wnte for Catalogues. 321 lm
P. EHLEES & CO.
JUST DECEIVED PEK
Laces Se Embroideries,
IN GREAT VARIETY at VERY LOW PRICES.
THE WRITING IS IN PLAIN SIGHT, EVEN TO THE LAST
83 Jk. GrRXSAT
No Tilting of Carriage to Gonuumo TimoOnly 28 Keyo
Full Cnso of 84 Oharaotora Intorohangoablo Type
Keys that oan bo Changed in 5 Socondo,
gjV Thin motlioil nllowa tlio uso of any languKo or stylo of typo,
Tio nlignniiint of tlio Oiiandaij. is far superior to nny other typo writer,
Tliis out rnnreiJiiiitH UiuTyno PIoovp pectilinr lnMioPi,NAJ.i.Tvw;Wiiw,
(1 iiiovim up mil) (owiii null twiilw to Hip lib'ht inn) Uft U wwh a eominou
ltlillllllK potU. it titililiiliiH H tlio luttoin uupitals, o)vor nii,, (Igiireti
mill ini(iiiitlon inirl;hio iliu mimluir- of t'ialityfmir aiiuopa, ThU
Ty-d Slcovn imu lio jiiinv'i, nnd luititlinr, vltli nn miliro oImhiK" p( typi,
ln)tii In li Hini'liiui" in i fi'w nHHiiuls. Tlio Hleoyou vi) l' ii)orpapiin
imiiiliiM m hc tn liinliulit all tlyli'h u( tltni.
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HAWAIIAN NEWrS 00M
(iW H Unpil Aifijiiti fur tli" llawailmi Island,
favor of Mutual Life $89.00 per $1000.',
LESS than five millions.
Ivan E. Mohowaski,
Anij Many Others.
S. S. " AUSTKAEIA "
under the management of MISS
SEERSUCKERS & PRINTS
l!ggTlie New Model!
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