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THURSDAY, SEPT. fi, 1889.
ff , ARRIVALS.
Bat kit K Ham, 30 days from Poit
Stmr Pole from Hawaii
Dcntchsliuid for Sim FrancUco at 10
BiljjGeo II Douglas for San FrancMco
Stmr C II Biahep for Wnlnnae, Waialun
and Kooluu at 9 a m
Stmr Kilauea llou for Hamnkiln at D
The Qermaubk Dcutschland sailed In
ballast to-day for Sun Francisco whore
din) will receive her orders.
Tho bk 11 K Ham, Capt J W Qove,
arilvcd last evening, 80 days fiom Port
Blakcly, with 720,017 (cut of lumber and
one spar consigned to Allen & Robln
aon The britf Geo II Douglas, (,'apt.Ia
col'sen, took to San Francisco this af
ternoon 4241 bags of rico valued at 519,.
OG4.74. She also took iViO empty beer
1AJCAS-BRF,WER--At the Roman Ca
tholic Cathedral, September 4th, by
the Right Rev. Bishop of Olba, Te
ter M. Lucas of Honolulu to Kmma
Josephine Brewerof San Franohco.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rifles, at
Band concert at Emma Square,
Meeting Board of Representatives
Honolulu Fire Department, at 7 :30.
Nuunuii Chapter of Rose Croix
No, 1, A. and A. S. R., at 7:30.
Yesterday evening Mr. Peter M.
Lucas, the popular steward at the
Hawaiian Hotel, was united in mar
riage to Miss Emma Josephine
Brewer of San Francisco. The cere
mony was performed by the Right
Rev. the Bishop of Olba at the Ro
wan Catholic Cathedral. The high
altar was brilliantly illuminated for
the occasion and a large number of
the friends of the contracting parties
were present in the church.
After the ceremony the newly
married couple drove to the Hotel
cottage corner of Alakca and Bere
tania streets, and held a reception
in the large parlor, which was very
tastily decorated with flowers, ferns
and palms. At nine o'clock the in
cited guests to the numberof thirjy
sat down to an elegant supper at
which ample justice was done the
good things. The health of the
bride and groom was drunk amid
much enthusiasm. During the even
ing the Hawaiian Quintette Club,
stationed Jon the front verandah,
gave some excellent vocal and in
etrumental selections. The bride,
who i3 much esteemed by a large
circle of friends, was attired in a
costume of cream colored Japanese
silk trimmed with Valenciennes lace.
The bridesmaid was Miss Pauline
Louis, and the belt man Mr. James
McQueen. After supper dancing
was indulged in and kept up with
spirit for some time. The wedding
cake was a rich and handsome one,
and there were lots of fun over cut
ting up the, bride's cake. A mar
riageable young lady got the ring.
Both eakes wcro made by Mr. F.
Horn, the noted confectioner. Long
life and happiness to Mr. and Mrs.
DERdeutsche Missionsprediger Ilerr
Doctor Schneider w Ird am Sonntag
den rt September, Vorralltaga 11 Uhr, In
der'Y. M. C. A. Hall, clncn deutschen
Das Kaiserllch Deutsche Konsulat.
844 8t H. F. GLADE.
TO the Creditors of P. Mclnerny,
bankrupt, of Honolulu, Oahu,
That thoundcrslgned, Assigneo of the
Estate of P. Mclni'rny, bankrupt, of
Honolulu, Oahu, has prcpawtory to
his llnnl account and dividend, sub
milted his account as audi Assignee and
file I the fame before Hon Ed. Preston,
Associate Justicu of the Supreme Court,
at Ills Chambers, to whom he will nt 10
o'clock a. m. on WEDNESDAY, the 11th
of September, 1880, apply for asettlemeut
of said account and for a discharge
from all liability as such Assignee, nnd
for an order to make a ilnal dividend.
And that any person interested may
then and there appear and coniest thu
same. Tiieo. F. LANSING,
Assiitneu Kstmo P. Mcluemv.
Honolulu, Sept. 4, 18-0. 343 41
TO the Creditors of O. Awang, bank,
rupt, of Luhaina, Maul, take
That tho undesigned, Assljrnee of
the Estate of O. Awang, bankrupt, of
Lahalua, Maul, 1ms preparatory to
Ids, final account and dividend, sub.
milted his account as such Affile
nee and tiled the eainn before Hon.,
Edward Prcstou, Associate Justlco of
ihe Supremo Court, at hU Chambers, to
whom ho will at 10 o'clock a. m., on
WEDNESDAY, the lltU of riept, 188',
apply for a Huitlemunl of said account
ami iiiradi-chargu from all llibiliiy hs
faucli Assignee, and for an order to
make a fin tl dividend.
And that any person lntorectd may
then and them appear and conical tho
tamo. TueO.'F LANSING.
Assignee Estate V, Awang.
Honolulu, Sept4, IffSO. . 818 4t
' UJCAL & OEHEHAL HEWS.
It In reported that tho Kaiulanis
will challenge tho Nipsics for nnothor
game of bull.
- '" i ..
Tin- time table for tho through car
service for students appears in
Oahi? College and the I'uimhou
Preparatory school upon on Monday
next for a new term.
Thk Lieut. Commander and ofliccrs
of the U. S. S. Nipsic will bo at homo
on board this afternoon.
Mi:ssrs. F. A. Schaefcr will rceeivo
While- Bros. Portland cement, by tho
hark Banea now fully due.
Have you heen those four-in-hand
neck tiee at M. Goldberg's store?
They aro neat as well as cheap.
Tiie Kaniehnniehas and Hawaiis
play their last league game on Satur
day afternoon. It promises to bo a
. - .
FouitTEKN young men joined Mr.
P. C. Jones' new book-keeping class
Monday night. Others are expected
On Monday next Mr. Mnrriui will
soil tho desirable property on Bore
tiinia street adjoining Dr. Hyde's
Thgiiu will bo a meeting of the
Woman's Board of Missions at tho
Central Union Church, at 2 -HO o'clock
The hand gave- a fine concert at
Thomas Square last evening which
was well attended. This evening it
plays at Emnia Square.
Thk regular monthly mooting of
tho Hawaiian Camer.i Club will be
held at tho rooms on Friday evening,
Sept. Gth, at 7:30 o'clock.
Thk regular monthly meeting of
tho Board of Representatives of tho
Honolulu Fire Department will be
held this evening at the Bell Towcr.
In response to numerous requests
Mr. Paul Isenbcrg, Jr., has consented
to sing at the ninth organ recital at
Kaumnkapili church, next Thursday
A notice from the Board of Edu
cation with regard to the opening of
the Bcrctania street primary school,
Kulaokahua, appears in our By
The Hawaiian Tramways Company
has a new time table elsewhere of the
half hourly service on Bcrctania
street, and alterations in running of
the Nuuanu and Fort street lines.
The Post Office despatched the
following mails this morning' to Sap
Francisco: per brig Geo. H. Douglass
93 letters and 20 packages of papers,
per bark DeuUchland 50 letters and
. . '
Next Saturday evening, Mr. J. F.
Morgan will hold a special sale at his
salesrooms of a varied line of new
goods, a completo list appearing in
another eolumn. The goods will be
on exhibition to-morrow and Satur
day at Mr. Morgan's sales rooms,
DEruTY Marshal Crsighton, Police
Capt. Laisen, three mounted nolice
mon, three native and one Chinese
ofliccrs went to Mo.malua yesterday
to raid a Chinese gambling den. They
found the gamblers full of their fan
tan business, and there was quite a
scene for a few moments, queues and
Chinese blouses flying around lively.
Thetten officers of the law managed
to capture threo Chinese and they
aro charged with gaming.
Tins morning Mr. J. T. Water
house, Jr., with his two sons and Mr,
E. C. Damon with his two, went to
Pearl River harbor in the famous
banana sloop. The vessel wbb in
charge of Bill Williams, the well
known Pearl harbor pilot. They
took with them a boat load of har
poons and shark hooks and of course
somo grub. They left with great ex
pectations, and it is hoped by their
friends that they won't get "hoka."
Anotiiek trip of the train on tho
Oahu Railway was made this morn
ing. All the assembled natives who
could ba crowded into the cars were
given a-ridc. Then Mr. Dillingham
warned everybody that tho ground
at tho terminus and inside of tko
company's forty-foot right of way
along tho lino was to bo tabu against
idlors, A notice to tho same effect
will be published and tho warning
made enforceable by tho fencing of
EXCURSION TO PEARL RIVER.
Yesterday the yacht Hawaii went
down to Pcdrl River harbor with the
following distinguished gentlemen
on board': HisiIJr. L, A. Thurston,
lions. Henry Waterhouse and W.
O. Smith, Messrs. P. C. Jones, K,
A. Jones, George Carter, Luther
Wilcox, Eddie Damon and Masters
Waterhouse and Smith. Minister
Thurston had left word with one of
his colleagues that ho was going to
inspect roads and bridges, but the
temptation ofaboatsail was too much
for him, and he changed his mind.
The Bulletin nmde mention of bis
going on an inspection and funnily
the Advertiser copied from us. The
Hawaii after reaching Pearl river
sailed nil around the lagoon, and
came across live large porpoises.
The boat followed them fur soine
distance nnd at last Minister Thurs
ton harpooned one, hut tho harpoon
hrcko and the porpoise got away.
It was a. disappointed crowd ou that
boat and no mistake.
After leaving the harbor, the He
alani, with Judge Dole, Mr. F. M.
Hatch, Prof, Brigham and Dr.N. B.
Emerson onboard, hove in sight and
the two boats raced homo to Hono
lulu,, the Hawaii just winning.
DMhY BULJIW: HOtfOX-UM:, W. L, SEP'J'BMB.EK 5. 1,669,
HURRAH FORJHE RAILROAD!
Contractor IHlllnalinin Cclebrnlrs
III Hlrthitay ncrorrtlnc to Pro
inlnc. A sort of preliminary opening of
the Oahu Railway took place yester
day. The contractor's new engine,
from the Baldwin Locomotive
Works, with a train of two third
class cars, made a trial trip on the
rails to the Palama rice plantation,
a distance of about a mile. Al
though the track was unballasted,
this trial trip had to be made in re
demption of a promise.
Mr. B. F. Dillingham, promoter
of the Oahu Railway nnd Laud
Company, on his hiithday a year
previous, was accosted by an ac
quaintance with thu rcmaik:
"Well, Mr. Dillingham, you have
got your frnuchise: when nre you
going to give us the railwny?""
Mr. Dillingham replied that on
his next birthday, that day one year,
he hoped to treat his friends to a
Since the giving of this promise
many things have arisen to threnten
the fadureof its fulfilment. It was
"touch and go" for the baik
Dcutschland to arrive in time with
rails from Bremen. There were
other critical circumstances attend
ing the effort, but, with a strong
company now at bis back, the
originator of the enterprise, having
taken the contract to build the road,
resolutely pushed operations to their
picsent advanced stage.
When the appointed day arrived
Mr. Dillingham was ready to cele
brate. His engine had been set up
some days. Two third class cars,
the best passenger accommodation
as yet on the ground, were put to
gether. They were attached to tho
collision end of the locomotive, the
bullsej-c headlight lamp glaring up
on the passengers. Seated in the
forward car were the following citi
zens: Hon. W. It. Castle, president
of the Oahu Railway and Land
Company; Hons. II. M. Whitney,
II. A. Widemaun, Paul Neumann,
M. P. Robinson, A. Jaeger and
Frank Brown ; Marshal J. II. So
per, Dr. J. M. Whitney, Messrs. E.
Muller, W. M. Giftard, II. Lose,
Godfrey Brown, J. G. Spencer, IV,
A. Bowen, Marcus Colburn, Geo.
P. Castle, J. L. Torbert, II. A.
Parmelce, J. II. Fisher, C. Hammer,
T. S. Southwick, John Grace, D.
Logan of the Bulletin, F. J. Testa,
W. G. Ashler, secretary O. R. & L.
Co., and B. F. Dillingham, with a
few others. The rear car was crowd
ed witli natives.
With a shrill blast from the whis
tle and the bell clanging, the engine
moved easily off with its load.
Three rousing cheers were given by
the passengers, and crowds assem
bled at the staiting point respond
ed. Groups of natives were scat
tered all aloug the line, the men
shouting, the women waving saluta
tions, and the children screaming
with pleasure at the advent of the
iron horse. The cars ran with most
remarkable smoothness notwith
standing the absence of ballast from
the Hack, showing very excellent
work in constructing the permanent
way as well as a superior article of
springs under the coacbeB. Indeed,
many of the passengers had often
had rougher rides in first class cars
on old established railways. The
speed given the train was high un
der the circumstances, being esti
mated at about ten miles an hour.
Mr. Kluegcl, civil engineer of the
company, manipulated the throttlo
Talve and exercised the greatest
care agaiiibt accident.
When the engine started an affu
sion of damp soot fell upon the pas
sengers in front, giving .their faces
the appearance of having met with
a powder explosion. President
Uastlo wore a fresh-laundried white
linen suit, which was sooted to him
in fine polka dot style, He regarded
the baptism as a pledgo of good faith
from the road, similar to the ancient
English practice of scaling land
sales with the delivery of a sod from
life property to the purchaser.
It vas sot deemed advisable to
detain the passengers for the return
trip, as the boiler Hue of the engine
developed some defect requiring a
little time to remedy. The elated
guests of the occasion, however,
fuunc it no hardship to make their
way a few rods across lots to join
the King street tramoars for town.
All on the cars weio jubilant over
the success of the trial trip, and Mr.
Dillingham was heartily congratu
lated on the redemption of his birth-
In the course of a few weeks the
line to Pearl Harbor will be com
pleted and efficient rolling stock
have arrived from the States. Then
it is probable that the railway will
(have a grand inauguration,
The Royal Hawaiian Baud will
give a moonlight concert this cren.
ing at umma hquaie, commencing
at 7:30 o'clock. Following is tke
March Flaker Weltbardt
Ovei tine llandlt Ti loUst Suppo
Gavotte clcome KIukh
Medley War Recollections lieyer
,Uu no a .Ike, Mnnnla, Jfua o 1'ilal.
Medley lllack llrlgado. , ........ Uoyor
Waltz-Blue Lake ,.".... Mlllockrr
Fantasia Mill lu tho Forest.. Ellenberg
columns, purely lo.nl iiwuer
to foreign countrlan, $5 pn
The Xlplrs Take the KntnlnnUlnto
The gnme of hasehnll at Makiki
yesterday afternoon between the
Kaiulauis and a nine from the U. S.
S. Nipiic was exceedingly interest
ing in every respect, and was wit
nessed by a large crowd of specta
tors. The Nipsics looked very well
in their uniforms of blue and white
and they played a good game
throughout. The coaching by Urupp,
the first baseman of the Nipsics, was
Terr amusing and caused roars of
Uughter. At one time when there
were two men on bases, he said,
"Nw boys, look out, the Kaiulanis
arc talking kauaka, there's some
thing wrong.". During the fourth
innings. Grupp had tlhe misfortune
to have the nail' of his little finger
broken, but he went on playh'ig just
the same. W. Lucas of the llono
lulus umpired the game. The Ka
iulanis at the end of their ninth in
nings were otic run, ahcidi but the
Nipsics went in and iwon the game
amid much enthusiasm. Special
mention must, be made of the fine
work- of Brooke behind the bat for
the Nipsics. . r
The game opened with the Kaiu
lanis at the bat. Naukana, Cupid
and Perry were all retired nt first
in quick order. -'-Gallagher was-hit
by a pitched ball, stole second and
went to third on a passed ball. Mc
Kariou hit for two hags, sending in
Gallagher, got third on a wild throw
and scored on a passed ball. Mc
Caffy retired at first, Dixon flied to
Kaae and Llsey struck out.
In the second Kaao made a safe
hit to right field and stole second.
H. Crabbe hit for ono bag nnd
reached second on a throw which
failed to cut off- Kaao reaching the
plate. Moses rapped a single to
center sending in Crabbe, but was
putouttryingto steal second. Widdi
field flied to McCaffy and C. Crabbe
went out on a foul fly. Brooke re
tired at first from Kaae, Miller hit
safely to right field, and then stole
two bags. Carson got his base on
balls. Gallagher fiied to Widdifield
and by a double play retired Carson
Third innings: Akina foul Hied
to Brooke. Naukana retired at first
from Eisey. Cupid got first on Gal
lagher's, fumble of a grounder but
was puf out trying to steal second.
McKarron fanned the air in fine
etyfe three times, McCaffy retired
at first from C, Crabbe, while Dixon
after taking his base on balls was
put out at second,
In the fourth, Perry filed to Mo
Karron, Kaae was out at first from
Gallagher. H. Crabbe got in a sin
gle to right and stole second, but
Moses ended the innings by striking
out. Eisey retired on a foul fly,
Brooke took his first on a fumble by
C. Crabbe, but was put out at sec
ond. Miller hit a fly to Widdifield,
who muffed. Cat son hit to C.
Crabbe who threw to second, retir
Fifth innings: The Kaiulanis rt
lired quickly, Widdifield and C.
Crabbe at first, Akina on a fly to Mc
Caffy. Grupp and McKarron both
got first on C, Crabbe's fumble of
grounders, and aidod by a wild
throw by Perry, a fumble by Moses
and Dixon's base hit they crossed
the plate. The outs were Galla
gher on strikes, McCaffy and Miller
In the sixth, the Kaiulanis scored
four times. Naukana got first on
Carson's muff of a fly, Cupid hit to
Gallagher who threw to second to
cut off Naukana, but McKarron
fumbled. Perry hit to McKarron
who again fumbled and the three
scored on Gallagher's fumble and
wild throw. Kaae hit safely for one
bag hut was put out at second. II.
Crabbe flied to McCaffy. Moses hit
a fly to Carson who muffed and he
took his third base. Widdifield
rapped a two-bagger sending in Mo
ses. C. Crabbe was out on a foul
tip. The Nipsics made thrae runs.
Carson flied to Widdifield. Grupp
was given his base on halls, Galla
gher was hit by a pitched ball. Mc
Karron hit for three bases sending
in Grupp and Gallagher. McCaffy
flied to Naukana. Dixon, hit a fly
to Cupid who fumbled and McKar
ron crossed the plate. Eisey was
hit by a pitched ball hut the innings
ended by Brooke flying to Kaae.
Seventh innines: Akina foul flied
to Brooke, Naukana struck out, Cu
pid hit to Gallagher who fumbled,
and stole second. Perry flied to
McCaffy. Kaao was put in to pitah
for the Kaiulanis, II. Crabbe going
to thiid. Miller was hit by a pitch
ed ball, to second on a wild pitch
mid home on Knae'B wild tbrow.
Carson fanned, Grupp retired at
first and Gallagher on a foul tip.
In the eighth Kaae was out at first
and II. Crabbe flied to McKarron.
Moses got first on Gallagher's fum
ble. Widdifield flied to Dixon.
McKarron flied to Widdifield, Mc
Caffy died at first. Dixon hit for
threo bases, but Eisey immediately
went out on strikes.
Ninth innings: C. Crabbe got in
a single to right field. Akina hit
to McKarron who made a wild throw
sending in Crabbr Naukana retir
ed at first, Akina scoring in tlie out.
Cupid ufter getting his base on balls
managed to steal the homo plate.
Perry got In a hit to left field. Kaae
hit a grounder but a double play re
tired him and Perry. There was
much excitement when the Nipsics
took Hie bat, being one run behind.
Brooke was hit by a pitched ball
but was retired at second. Miller
fiied to Akina who muffed, and stole
econd. Cnrson hit for trfn buses,
litidiug in Miller. Grupp flied lu
Cupid. Gallagher ended the agony
by rapping for two bases, Carson
crossing the plate and winning the
game. Following Is the score:
T. It. II. II. O. A. )..
Brooke, e ,
Total an io
T. K. H.1I. 0. A. K.
Naukana, lb...".'., r. 1 0 7 0 0
l uphl, r.t '.. 4 2 0 1 0 1
Perry, c 5 11 5 11
Kaae, Ob ..V ' 12 2 12
Crabbe H.,p.& 8b. 4 12 0 :t 1
Mosp,of 4 11 1 0 1
Wtddillcld, 2b (01 0 41
Crabbe 0., s 4 11 1 2 4
Akina, l.f 4 10 0 11
....!) 0 8 2i 12 12
..2 00 0 2111 0 210
...0 2 0 0 0 1003 0
Winning run made with two out.
Earned runs Kalulanl It, N'lpslc I.
Two base hlts-Wlddltleld,Gallagher,
Three base hits McKarron, Dixou.
Double plays Elev to McKarron to
Grupp. Wlddltlcld to Naukana.
Bases ou balls By Crabbe 3, by Mil
Hit by pitched ball Bv Crabbe 3, bv
Miller 0, by Kaae 2.
Struck out By Crabbe 3, by ICnae 2,
by Miller 2.
Passed balls -Perry 3, Brooke 0.
Wild pitches Kaao 1 .
Time of game 2 hours and 20 min
utes. Umpire W Lucas.
The under named teachers who
arrived by the Mariposa and Planter
a few days since, under engagement
with the Board of Education, have
been assigned as follows :
Miss Laura Duncun, to the Bere
tnnia street Select Primary school.
Miss Lillje Soliocn, to the Wai
hee English school, Maui.
Mr. Louis van Ordcn, to the
Warohinu English school, Kau, Ha
waii. Mr. II. C. Adams, to the Haou
English school, liana, Maui.
Mr. F. L. Woolsey, to the Wai
kapti English school, Maui.'
The following appointments lmve
also been made by the Boaid of
Education, vix. :
Mr. Oliver P. Paine, to the Pa
hala English school, Kau, Hawaii.
Mr. A. St. Chad Piianaia, to the
Waiabole English school, Koolau
Mr. D. H. Kauoeau, to the Po
hakupuka school, Hiio, Hawaii.
Mr. Abbe John Kuhaihao, to the
Kaupo English school, Maui.
booked as a Frenchman,
hail of 80 for drunken-
Ah Ngee, eharged with the em
bezzlement of $10, the property of
Ah Look, was remanded to the Oth.
Three Chinamen, charged with
gaming at fan tan, were remanded.
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
Tliraugk Car Hervlcen for Students
Nananu A. Uerntnnla HtH.
Rot Available to tbe General Public.
MONDAY to FRIDAY.
A cr will leave Pauoa bridge on
Nuuanu street at 8:23 a. in, travel via
School, Fort and lieretitnia street, to
arrive at Oahu College 8-S.f; pissing
Forl-st. Sohool 8:J0, Central Union
Church 8:J5, Punahou Preparatory 8:37.
A car will lrave Oahu College 8:0(5
a. m., parsing Punahou Preparatory t
8:30, Central Union Church 8:33, Fort-st
School 8:37, arrive Pauoa 8M4.
A car will leave Pauoa bridge on
Nuuanu street at l:.Vi p. m travel via
School, Fort and BoretanU streets, to
arrjve at Oalpi Collegn 2;27, pissing
F0rt.1t. School 2:0J, Central Union
Church 2iOS, Piin'ihou Preparatory 2:07.
A car will leave Oahu Uolleire 2:flfl
p. m to arrivo at Central Uuioa Church
at 3:03, and Pauoa 3:12.
JWNn cash will be taken on theso
card which will he labolled "HtudenU
Only" Tickets In packets of 20 for $1,
or MX) for $iJ50, can bo obtained at
Leave Oahu Colloge atOslC, Punahou
street 9:20; arrive Central Union Church
MO lay over opposite Queen Kmma
Leave Canlral Union Church 12:10.
(Nora TnU cir will await the terml.
nation of tke tcrvice),
I.-aT,o Oahu C illege 0:01, ahead of
ordinary car expedited from Ponnacola
road, to arrive at O.-nlral Union Church
0:27; lay over opposite Queen .Emma
Hull until leave UM or 0:"2. 34 1 01
OwnerH of Billiard Tablet.
TTAVINO had practical experience,
jLi. iiiu unuerjicncu ouars mu er
vice to ovtnura or
Billiard Tables to
and otktrwlso Kc.
pair and Uennvnte.
Tables Set U,i, Itcmoved and Sterol.
Hllllira Cms Weighted, PolUhcd and
Roil tpe I
HlUlaid UiIU Cloincd, Turned and
Ilu-colored lu order.
HillUr.l Cloths ou haul.
ttSf.Vddririi W. IIOWK,
1537 Jw At O, J. McCarthy.
wUr&pjfrerfaaoa.oit.nm iw nniuimuMiiiMMtf aa .
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY-.
From the Xbw Youk Ti.mks June '22, 1SS:).
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has ndople'd a new form of
policy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promisv to pay wiUout condi
tions on the back.
From theCniCAOO Ixvkstiuatoii.
Always on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public tin mo3t
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of New York has, in the past, made many advances .on old methods,
and has been the means to liberalize life assurance in a greater degree,
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising,' there
fore, that this great company now comes before the people with a new
contract, the like of which has not before been known in life insurance.
Fiom the Kkxtuckv IIeoihtkr, Iticliinond, Ky., .ruue 23, 1889.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in the past, done more to
create and maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, wilt be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
(Train the Boston Post.
This company has done more than any other to simplify the assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in lifo assurauce.
From the Pacific Umjkuwiutf.h, San Francisco, July 1. 1883 J .
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders nnd for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fall to enhance its
reputation for enterprise and progressiveness in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
i POLKA DOTTED RIBBONS 1 .,;
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
CORNER FORT fc HOTEL STREETS.
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
Half-hourly Servioe on Bore
On and after Friday, Sept. Oth, the
cars will run as undfr:
Leave Whaif for Punahou (via Fort
and Bcrctania streets) 0: !. 7:28, 7 :S5,
8;2.ra.in., nnd half-hourly. Lust car
8:55 p. in. Sundays the same from 9:25
Notk The cars leaving at 2.1 and 28
minutes past the hour go to the College,
all others to Hide Range.
Leave Rifle Range for Wharf (via
lieretauia and Fort) 7:30 a. in. and
hourly. Last car 8:30 p. 111. Sundays
the same from 8:30 a. in.
Saturday and Suuday additional, 0:30
p. ra. to Central Union Church only.
Leave Punahou (Corner of Bere
taaia Htreet) for llcretanla street, Fort
street and wharf, 0:05, 0:35. 7:0.'), 7:3!),
8:00 a. ). aad half-hourly. Tho last car
at 9 :09 p. in,, and an extra ou Saturdays
at 0:3!) p. m. run to Central Union
Sunday 8:39, 0:20, 9:42, 10:09,
10:39 and half-hourly. Tho two last
car nt 9:09 and 9 :39 p. m,, run to Cen
tral Union Church only.
Leave Oahu College (For Bcretanla
street. Fort street and Wharf) 8:00 a.
m. and hourly. The last cat- at 9:00 p.
m. runs to Central Union Church only.
Sundays 9:10, 10:00, 1U:30, U:00a.
m., 12:10 and 1:08 p. m., ami then
hourly. The last oar at 9 ;00 runs to
Central Union Church only.
Alterations in Nuuanu and
Fort Street Running.
Leave Panoa for Wharf (via Queen
street) 0:22 a, in. and hourly Last car
7:2 p. in., also, 8:22 p. m. for Palamn,
Huudava thu same from 8:22 a. m.
Leave Pauoa for Wharf and Hotel
(via School and Foil street) 0:37 a. m,
and hourly. Last car 8:37 p. m.. alto
0:37 p. in, for Punahou. Sundays the
name fiom9;37 a. m.
Leave Whaif for IMuoa (vl'i Queen
htreet) 7:02 a. 111, and liuiuly. Lit car
nt:0Jp. in. Sunday the suiue from
Leave Hotel for Pauoa (via Alakca
and Fort streets) 7.01 and hourly. Laht
car at 9:01 p, tn. Sunday.i the Mine
from 10:01 a, 111.
Xotk These two Btrvlccs to Pauoa
will be doubled Id a faw days, when a
full time table will bo Uiucd.
E37 A limited number of Advcrtlto
menu will be liihvrttid In thH Tun
Table and apiilloatlom for spaco idioulil
h sunt to till Oltlcu wtlliuiit deluv,
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3Ctfm.QE8 and Premiies
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ttonabhi fl'piro. Apply in
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Cartwright's'niook, Merchant SL
VOIl SALE or LEASE
TOUSF. and Premises at
Iwilol. Honolulu Homo
contains throo laree and two
3iim.iouiutt and halloaed a large jmie.
Cottage with three rooms on the pre
mises; cook and liath-bnusH. Stable'
with three stalls and carriage house;
altailo and fruit tree on the premises.
Apply to J. M. MOU8ARRAT,
Cartwrighl's Ulook, Merchant St.
Mr. Frank Brown.
Mr. James Levi,
LAT1T Residence of
Mr. M. Green,
210 Fort street.
STORE, Eto, now occupied by
Mr. Wolfs, Oroe-r,
Sr Apply to
A. J. OARTWK1GHT,
WW tf Merchant struct.
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