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Pledged In neither Sect nor Parly,
But established for the benefit of all.
WKDKNSDAY. SEPT. I, 1889.
A Chicago minister lias married
ten white women to Chinese hus
bands. Everyone of these women
will be Aunty Chinese.
It is estimated that about S40,
00,000 of English capital ha been
invested in American brewprie din
ing the past few months. Ameri
can beer drinkers will be in danger
of imbibing Anglomania from their
A large, picturesque element is
promised to be Introduced into the
vastjnorlar of civilization afforded
by the United States. Twenty
Arabs of both sexes were at a late
date detained at Castle Garden un
til the Turkish Consul could be con-'
united. It is said that there are
70,000 Arabs waiting to emigrate to
America provided the twenty arc
The mortuary report for August
bears favorable comparison with
those of the corresponding months
in the past four years. There are
two lumetJtablc features in it, how
ever. One is the fact that fifteen
out of the forty died without having
received medical attendance. The
other is the excessive ratio of deaths
among Ilawaiians to the general
mortality in the table of annual
death rate per thousand for month.
A special from London to the
New York Sun says "the London
County Council is the first genuine
experiment tried in London to test
the availability of a government di
lectly by the people." This is
hardly correct. This innovation in
municipal government is only a sub
division of the functions hitherto
possessed by Parliament. The mu
nicipal legislature is no moro repre
sentative in its sphere than the na
tional one has ever been.
Mormon emissaries are prosecut
ing their missions with a high hand
in West Virginia. Families arc
broken up by their intrusion, and
young women lured away to the
"city of the saints." " The patience
of the inhabitants is becoming ex
hausted, and violence is likely be
fore long to break out against the
intruders. There is no excitement
over the operations of the same sect
in these- islands, notwithstanding
that native Hawaiian families are
being depredated to secure serfs for
bondage to the Salt Lake "saints."
.U-L-1J LIAJ1 -S
Two warring factions in a Texas
county who have lately come to a
compromise, thus averting blood
shed, go by the names of the Wood
peckers nnd the Jaybirds. Their
quarrel was over the,, county offices
and they had to agree, because for
sheriff the Jaybirds could make the
bond but not the appointment, while
the Woodpeckers could make the
appointment but not the bond. The
troopB of the Jaybirds are called the
Rangers, those of the Woodpeckers
the Light Guards, and when a
Woodpecker was appointed sheriff
the Light Guards evacuated and the
Rangers occupied the courthouse.
Hawaii will yield the palm to Texas
for fantastic politics.
According to a news article in the
Chronicle, large numbers of Chinese
direct from China are landed with
out legal right in San Francisco.
They arc taken off tho steamers by
habeas corpus, a lawyer's signature
being accepted in lieu of the re
quired 81500 bond. Tho Court
turns them over lo a referee whose
norvices are paid by fees fiom tho
petitioners for writs, and this olllcial
it seems has the power to discharge
the subject of the habeas corpus at
discretion. The Chronicle asserts
tjiat over a hundred Chlneso have
entered through this loophole since
the first of the year. Something is
rotten in "Frisco."
The hardest time for a man to
allow his grit is when he is forced to
bite the dust.
Quicksilver is food for reflection
only when it is served on the back
of a looking-glass. .
Gossip reminds us of a high
building. Only one story out of a
dozen rests on a foundation.
When a public man has lost bis
grip, he will not do much handshak
ing with constituents.
At least five hundred American
paragrapbors have risen up and re
marked with one voice that Bou
Unger is in the bouillon.
iuimMtfiGZ?tffih mtwkjmltm ii Tii ctSSW;
A GREAT SCHEME.
IMnn for n Tunnel Vwler the Alp.
A svndicptc of German bankers
managed to i-ocure out of French
hands the contiol ol mo .jura,
Berne, Lucerne and the Swiss Ocoi
dentalc Simplon railways. The
whole system is now, like the St.
Golhard Hallway, under German in
fluence. The company favors an imme
diate piercing of the Simplon and
iniarantee a subvention of 30.000,-
000 francs. They have accepted a
scheme for a tunnel at the base of a
mountain with its southern mouth
in ltalv, and that count ly will con
ttibute 15,000,0(10 francs.
There Is little doubt that the
Swiss Government will now accept
this proposal. The plan is of great
importance to Germany and Italy,
both commercially and strategetic
ally. France, Switzerland and the
Simplon valley will bo thrown open
to the German Government, to the
detriment .of French commerce, and
in case of war Italy and Germany
would be enabled to brin troops
directly to the Franco-Swiss fron
tier, which is almost cutirely unfor
tified. FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
Thu premium on gold has advanc
ed lo 125 percent at Buenos Ayres.
Damala, Sara Bcrnhardt's hus
band, is dead. His death is attri
buted to an overdose of morphine
All the diieetors of the Northern
Pacific Railway except one arc in
favor of Villiird's proposition to
place a mortgage of 100,000,000
on the entire property. It has to
be authorized by a -two-thirds vote
of preferred stockholders.
Mexico has begun to export wheat
to England, the pioduceas receiving
a bounty from the Government for
There is serious tiouble between
the white and black races in Ala
bama. Tin ce of the editors of the
Sclma Independent, colored organ,
are under arrest for inciting race
The Valkyrie won the Albert cup at
Poitsmouth, Aug. 19. Lord Dun
raven has issHed a letter, showing
that the race lor the America cup
was put off this year owing to the
New York Yacht Club misunder
standing one of his communications.
He had offered to sail the race and
settle the point in dispute about the
deed of gift afterward.
Out of 20,000 olllcers of the
French army, 500 have been found
guilty of .participating in political
agitation and dealt with.
KEGULAR monthly meeting of Me.
i chiinic Enuiiie Co. No. -', THIS
(WodiiesiUj) EVENING, at TO
o'clock. llutddcss of im;iorliinye. Full
attendance of memberi is dt'sind.
!!43 It PKIt ORDER.
A XSUAL meeting of the Honolulu
2. Arion acd citcllon ol rlllccre on
KllIDAY, Septc" her n. INS!).
3133t beet eiat y.
TO the Creditors of P. Mclncrny,
bmUrupt, of Honolulu, Oiihu,
Tltnt the uulersigned, Assignee of the
Ehiuio of P. Mcliu'rny, bankrupt, of
Honolulu, Ouliu, his preparatory to
bis final account nnd dividend, sub
mitted his account as Mich Assignee and
lilcd tho same befoie Hon Ed. Preston,
Associate Justice of tlie Supreme. Court,
at his Uhnmberb, to wliom he will nt 10
o'clock a. m. on WEDNESDAY, thu 11th
of September, 1881), apply forusti'tilement
of F:iid yiccounl and lor a dichnrgti
from all liability as hitch Assignee, nnd
for an order to nmkc a final dividend.
And that any person interested may
then and there appear and contest the
same. Tnno. V. LANSING,
Assignee Eitute V. Mclncrny.
Honolulu, Sept. 4, 1Ss9. 343 4l
TO the Creditors of O. Awang;, bank,
nipt, of Lulinina, Mimi, take
Thnt tho miilerHK'iicil, Assignee of
the LMnto of O. Awang, bankrupt, of
Lahalna, Maui, has preparatory to
Ida final account nnd dividend, sub
mitted his account iih such Asslx.
nen and filed the fame before Hon
Edw.ud Preston, Afsocialn Justice of
the Supreme Court, at his Chamliris, tn
wl'oin ho will at 10 o'clock a. m., nu
WEDNESDAY, the 11th of Bcpt , 1889,
apply for a sottiement of mid urcount
anil tor a rii-charuu from all liability ns
such Assignee, and lor an ordur to
tnako n llnul dividend.
And that any Hereon intorer.ted may
then and theru appear and contest tho
euno Tnno. F LANSING,
Assignee Kstute C. Awnnc:
Honolulu, Sept. 4, 1850. 313 4t
LATE Residence of
Mr. Frank Brown,
Mr. Jamoi Love,
LATE Itwldcnco of
Mr. M. Green,
210 Fort street.
STORE, Etc, now occupied by
Mr. Volfc, Grocer,
BQy Apply to
A. J. CARTWR1GIIT,
300 tf Merchant trct.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On Saturday Evening, Sept, 7th
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
At my SiiUro'im, (uceii Mrcrt, I will
full nt Public Auction, a
varied line of
WEW GOODS !
Ladies mul Gouts
LUlo Threal and Merino Socle,
I, tulles Underwear,
Children's Dresses & Robes,
Silk Dress Patterns
A largo assortment of
Lace Dress Patterns
SHU & Lace Shawl?,
A now lot of
Linen Table Cloths,
Linen Napkins, Towels,
A voty fine assortment of
GE3VTS & LADIES
Silk Umbrellas and Parasols 1
A large assortment of
Velvet uA Tapstry lis
Of new ilesipiiB winch mutt be sold
al any price.
Embroidered Table Cloths 1
Etc., Etc., Lie, Etc.
CST Hcmember that at this Sulo, all
Goods mtiet be auld rcgaidlcts ofco-t.
JCS5" Reserved Seats for Ladios. "a
Desirable : Buildiii : Lots
I5y ouler of .Mr. W It. Castle I will
boll at Public Auction, at my Salesroom,
On Monday, Sept. 9th,
A.T 1SS O'CLOCK SOO.V.
Adjoiniug the resilience of Dr. Hyde on
Tlie property basafiontage of 2.TO feet
pn lleietauia street, 2."0 feet on Young
"street, and is 300 feet deep.
For Hie accommodation of patties.
wHiing to obtain lots for l evidences the
property will be subdivided into 4 lots:
'2 on Young ktreer. size 12."i by ISO feet
deep, and 2 on Peietania stieet, 125 feet
frontage by 150 feet deep.
F5f Special attention is called to this
sale of the mol deniable I uildiug Lots
offeted for sale in Honolulu.
JST-SALK POSITIVE :-QSa
For fiutlicr iiarlieulars apply to W.
11. CASTLE, or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
313 4t Auctioneer.
NOTICE is hereby given that the un.
dcrsigned will not be responsible
lor any bills contracted in tho mime of
Christian Dertelmann unless upon his
II. F. BEUTELMANX,
Attoincv.in-lact for O Hertcltnnnn.
Ilonolulii, Sept. 3, 1680. 343 3t
Ilonolulii, Aug. ii7, 1880.
The accounts of Messus SKINNBK
& CO. for tho construction, equipment
attd inaintcnitnee of tho Tramway line
and wot Us connected therewith will be
closed on tho 1st day of October, 1881).
All persons having claims against the
raid lit in oi their agent under the afore
said enntruet are, hereby notified to pre
tent them at the above nddrcs on or
bo f oh) thu said date. Any claims pre
sented aftei the 8th day of October will
have to be forwarded to London,
Supremo Court of the Hawaiian
Islantle in Bankruptcy.
IN ro ANTOXE K. VIKKRA, a Bank
ruin. Order on petition of Hank.
nipt fot discharge from debts.
U on reidlitp nnd flline; tho petition
of ANTONE F. V1ERRA, of Hono.
lulu, Ouliu, ulicfing thnt mnru thun six
months have elapted tiiue he was adju
dicated a bankrupt and pinjlngfora
discharge from till his debts.
It is ordered thai TUESDAY, the 17th
day of September, A. J). 188'), at 10 a. m.
of that day, at the Court Room in Alllo.
lani Hale, Honolulu, bo and is hereby
appointed the timo and place forbearing
ot haul netitlnn when and where nil cro
iliiors who have prnnd their claims
iig.iii.it said Hankrnpt may appear and
sbow(eatiE(s if any they have why the
pniyer of tali! lhukrupt should not bo
Jiibticu Snptcme Court.
Attest; Alkued W. Cmitkii,
Second Deputy Clejk.
Datod Honolulu, Aug. 31, 1880. 841 Ot
MOKOLtJLU, H. I., 3BPTBMBJ2R 4, 1839.
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levey,
!! ISC! AJU
By trior of tho Hawaiian Trimways
Co., (Limited), I ull soil at
On WEDNESDAY, Sept, lift,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Salc-ro'inn, crner t.f Fori and
:i Carriiij-'f IIor(, wclLbrokm lo single
2 Cart Hmoec.
t Saddle Mini-.
1C0 dK hhovisls, nil stcil.
MO dn.- Dmiblu Pi Inlwl Pick t Inch
55 dor Point mid Chisel Picks I Inch
3 do Point and Heater Picks I inch
Mie pn ni.
ISO doz Pick Handle.
5 d z Whcellmirov.s grt1vanl?ol iron
lio'les urd Iron frame',
ad 7. H Uallnn Pctioloum SDlfOme.
4 on'y lotitraetor'a fi Inch Gitlvan'zed
2 only Complete Set Carpenter-.' Tools,
be l quidi'v, ne' mid ready for use.
0 "el NuK Tools In box-s.
1 f'ot Circular Saw, ISU Inch and lilting".
Also, a quantity of
RAin Water Head!, Ofiseta & Elbowj.
66ySmpl,c nf ilio abovo nro now on
vb w m my SiK'srootns and ut the Ha
wjlhin linniwnys fVbOWce, King St.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Assignee's Sale 1
1)Y ntdor nf .K UN II. l'ATY, as.
Birkrup'cy cf Hoc2
I will tell nl Public Auction, t my
jnli9rn tin, itmiir Pott and (Jueeh
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11, at 12 HOOlC
Of the Capital Stock or the
Kawesioa Bench Co.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
1 IRST - CLASS
i'liaeton in per
order. Apply al
HORSE FOR SALE.
W. II. WRIGHT,
Al Oustle & Cooke's
SHOOTING or Irospussintr on the
land known as the Ahupuna of
Waipio mid the Iinil of Waikukalaua
lubovo the. road to Waialua), in Ewa,
Island of O.-hs, is hereby forl'iddcn.
241 lw C. A.BROWN.
HOMi ASSOKTMENT OF
Sheet Music, New Song Folios,
Now Instrumental Folios,
KDM. LINE OV
A Large Assortment.
120 Sleets note Pajer
For ill) Cents.
The cheapest thing in the market.
GliaDge of Type In 6 Seconds I
Writing in Plain Sight!
Simple and Durable I
tW Call and see samp'e mailtlne at
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
General A itcii'b for Hawaiian hlumlr.
Is till Mint Act i Life Imronce Coipny ii tlie noli States end tie Largest
is tie Wurli !
Its nsels Jan. 1st, 1889, amounted to 812o,494,719. Its insurance in force was 8182,125,184 and the com
puted Reserve Fund which with future premiums nnd interest is required for paying the same, al the maturity
of the policies or the deatli of thu assured, was S117,G07,078, thus leaving a clear sutplus for future dividends to
policy holders of S7,887,(j:i!.
This Company has no capital stock. It is puiely Mutual. All the nectitnulations belong to its members,
and all the profits go to its policy holders who have received sinco 18G3, tho sum of 878,878,476.82 in dividends
earned by their policies. In the same peiiod it lias nlso paid SS8,480,9(i!l.57 in death claims; $21,669,G04.4u in
matured endowments nnd $."94,f48.27 in annuities to living members; nnd besides 8G8,f)99,139.G6 have been al
lowed for the value of discontinued policies purchased by the Company. In all since 18(13, JSiJC 1,222, 733. 77
have boon returned lo policy holders.
Tills nmoitnt is Twice as Largo as the returns made by any other life insurnnce company in tho world
during the period named.
An Investment Returning 6 Per Cent. Compound Interest.
To illustrate the point perlnining to the investment of funds and tho return to the policy holder, the follow
ing illustration is givuti :
This is a statement of a single premium life policy issued by this company in 18G3:
1'omcy No. 28,312.
Pace of Policy. . .
Additions Sin tendered
Italanco of Additions.
Present Value of Policy ns a Claim t ,v.
Cash Dividends Withdrawn .'
Net Amount Paid by Insured
Value ns a Claim in Excess of Amount Paid.
The existing additions amount lo nearly 200 per cent, of the net amount paid by the insured, and the in
sured has realized G ptr cent, compound interest on Ilia investment.
With conditions quite as favorable to them as to the Mutual, no one of its would-be rivals has ever equaled
this result. A. D. THOMAS,
3-8 tf Executive Special Agent the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
HONOLULU, H. I.
Theso Schools open for tho New Year
. September !), 188i.
'1 he faculty of Oaliu College will bo
the same as lat year. Trio Friend
says: uWe think that there h.is never
bi en an abler faculty at O.ibu College,
or one better adapted to iinp.ut a high
classical aim scieuunc cuueauon.
The Boarding Department can ac
commodate but few' more thanweieiu
attendance last year, and all who desdre
to enter should make an eat ly applica
tion The Fieparatory School continues
under the Piincipalsbipof MlssMiilonc;
Miss Canie A. Gllmau takes Jlis.s
Chamberlain's position, the latter bav
ing ieslf;ued to letnove to the United
The Trustees aie happy to announce
t at, through tlie generous inteiest of a
fileud, they ate electing a tine now
building and leinodeling the present
one, t.0 that this school will occupy new
and commodious qunrtcis in Septem
ber. When thus equipped we bollevc
the Preparatory School will offer oppor
tunities second to none in thu ingdom.
KTAddress all letters of inquiry or
KEV. W. C. MERRITT,
317 lm Picsident.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NEW Cntundrr Car
riatre lust finished
and handsomely trimmed
In first class style; must bo immediately
sold to close an asMenment. Apply to
HAWAIIAN UUSLNESS AGENCY.
Furnislied Cottage To Let.
NEAT Crttlagc of four
rooinF, nicely paoered
nnd painted, thoroughly mos.
qultnpioof and paitially furnished, in
perfect order, Willi kilchou. Convent
cntly located, to rent ut $20 per month
to a desirable tenant.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage To Lot.
ANEW one Ftory Cottage
on upper part of Liliha
street, containing 0 rooms
nicely papered and painted, bath room,
kitchen, nice lawn, .shiide tices, etc.
Will be lcnted reasonable to a good ten
ant. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
rpHE best ictnedy for
A wounds, ulcers,
trails, proud ilcsh and
tj. hoti"! of every decrli-
- Hon U poisons or anl-
tnnls. Adopted by leading horse tall
toad, club and livery stables, etc., in
the United States and elsuwheto. Wo
are ptepaied to prove ibis statement by
testimonials and references to plantets
and liverymen In this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
A LARGE assortment of Photographs
and Stereobcojilc VIows of the
moat attractive scenery, buildings, etc ,
In these Islands, fur Bale at reasonable
HAWAIIAN UUS1NESS AGENCY.
Comer Fottand .Meiclutit sttcets.
Hawaiian Quintette Club.
'TWIK above club will furnUh Vocal
JL ami Instrumental MurIc for pur.
ties, hiun?, duncef, etc., al thoit notice.
Oiilcru left with ilra. Ailuu, ut J. J
Wllliamb' Btore, Fort ttrcet, will be at.
tended to, 8i0 lw
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OS?" 3N"EJW YORK
Single Premium Life.
?10,000. Age 38. 18G3.
$7,710 f7 n '
New York Stiff & Opera Hats !
TfEW FALL STYLES JUST RECEIVED !
6 riB ?a GlIRt b -
This is tlie only CASH REGISTER that lias a Self-adding Attacbmcnt
which sbows the total amount of Bales at any moment.
gja?" Everybody needs one and nobody can afford to be without ono. jHflB
C. O. BERCER,
33G lm Solo Agent for tbe Hawaiian Islands.
Wesfermayer's Celebrated Uprights !
MADE EXPRESSLY FOR THIS CLIMATE.
J. & C. FISCHER PiAftlOS I
BOUDOIR UPRIGHTS & CABINET UPRIGHTS.
Other PIANOS of Well-known American Factories on tlie Way.
FOR SALE AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES BY
Ed.'HOFFSCHLAECER & Co.,
325 lm King nnd Bethel Streets.
fcs? FISCHER PIANOS -sa
Renowned for Tone and Durability !
80,000 In Use "AR0TES.FOB jEstablisM 1840
ENDORSED BY THE
Claka Louibi: Kkllooo,
MUHIO DEPARTMENT tBa
AWAEIAIi ftfiEWS CO.,
Solo Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
gjST Call, or write for Catalogues. 321 lm
F. EHLEES & CO.
JUST RECEIVED PER 8. S.
Laces Sc 3Enilroideities,
IN GREAT VARIETY at VERY LOW PRICES.
Dreesmaking Department undor tlie management of MI68
if 1G,1C8 00
!f 4,077 00
Agent for tho Hnwaiian Islands.
ARRIVED - S
Ivan E. Moiiowabki,
And Many Others.