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SATURDAY, SKIT. '21, 188'
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. .- utiiiliu, lloudlelte. Outlays fiom
Hit i Kr u Isoo
Stmr Kliinu from Hawaii :nd Maul
Stmr l.Ikellke from Maul
Mint- Mtikollt f i out Moloknl
Stmr I. liu. f twin Hawaii
.Stmr hviiuuil from limn kna
Stun aim ualo from Wnlalua uml
Sehr. Rainbow fromKooInn
Ain bktno s N' Castle Hubbard, 13days
from -mi Francisco
llitw lw'.fas A King, Ucuy, K days
from ort Tivnscd
Behr llntrnknln fiom 1'cpcekeo
Sept 21 i
R M S..S Alamedn, Mois.o, for San Iran
?chr Mol Wttblno for Kohala
Sehr Luka for Paittillo
Sehr Surah & Eliza for Koolau
VtSSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Srbr Kttwailam for Ifooluw
Sehr Walinalu for Outlined ind Pobolkl
Stmr Llkellke for .Maul at 6 p ui
Stmr KaaU for Kauai
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5p in
Stmr Wahnaua o for Walanae unu Wal-
Sebr Hahukala for PepecUeo
From windward port per stmr Kluau
Sept 21 -Hon L A 'rbiusioii, G Irvine,
W It Sims, J Good, S Kiinura, It .sad
dler. M G I'oi rea, M A Gonsalves, A
Jictzler, II ltyeroft, . aster Mark Ky
croft, 11 Robertson, Harold Baekstrom,
J L ushlngham, Mis MulUnger, Mia E
O Damon, 31ls il O Bcekwlth. L Ascu,
GOAklua, Miss Alo Aklua, Miss Aol.;
Aklna, Jus Ronton, J Hind, Rev O P
hmerson, .1 Oudeiklrk.il 11 Webb, F
Noithrap, has Sl-mey, A C 1owsntt,
RobtK alpo.Johu Richardson, F SI
- Green. Bishop Willis, Lr Sohultz, J S
Bartholomew, T E Lvaus, .1 K Hoo
hauo, and 101 deck
Fiom San Francisco, per S S Austra
lia, Sept 20 Hon . no A Cummins, Mis
May cummins, T P ummlns, Mis
Kulial, Miss Ida .Mersbeig, no L te
vens and wife. Uses Steveus K Fluu
kawa, Mrs Juo Riley, Mis- Riley, 'I
Allen, Miss blanche oruwell, Mrs E
P Low and child. irs E 0 Dcrraud son.
Geo Ros, J Lyectt mid wife, Geo U
Hrckley, wife, "two chlldicn ami maid,
Twomey and wlfc.Mnj W McG Oalu
eross Miss A Peterson, .1 W Jones, P
I runner. .Mrs J noting and 2 children,
Haiti s Webster, 1 1 O .Meyers, li TZum
wait, J T Waieihouse, sr, and wile, b
Se lg, Mis R Cowes and sou, .Miss lara
Benjamin, L E Paiks, 8 Ruth, tl Boi
ger.Jno MeOaithy and wife, L Wight,
tjhas Dernier and GS steerage
Fionx Maul per stmr Likellke, Sept 21
W H. abte.id Miss OsUmue, Master
Osboine, Mrs J Kaiam.i aud child. Win
auiott, A L mith, J U llidwcli, .Mrs
Campbell, Mrs tGregor aud clilld,
Mrs a Baiba, Misses liarba (2;, i b
Tiegloau, Miss Urotb, 1 vhiuee and 41
For San Francisco per It M S S Ala
meda, Sept 21 J Maiaden. Mrs It .1
,. Crelghton, Miss Agnes Creighton, 1 Q
Tuwkaburv, C llaiiield, U Binning.
C cDonald and wif. , T J King, F tf
Porter, i Rickaril, 0 st crage, and in
It in San Francisco per hkttie S N
Castle, Sept 21 Miss M L Golden, is
J J Greene and daughter, Gteene,
Mis Ltidwigsen and 6on, T IS Titus, I
D Wise, Z Wallace, W h Taylor, jr,
aud 2 steerage.
From Hainakua cr stmr Iwalanl Sept
21 11 SRickard nd 6on, Mlsse Rick
ard (2), H de la Nnx, wife and 2 chil
dren, Is Horner, 3 Japanese aud 30
From Molokal per stmr Mokolll, Sept
21 Dr Swift, Mrs W L Wilcox aud
family, and Hdecrf.
The bgtuc Lttrline was to have sailed
from Ililo yesterday for San Franc sco
with sugar from the Walnaku Planta
tion. The bktrt'o S N Cast'c, Capt L II Hnb
baid, wjib docked near the O S - Co's
wharf this morning, 3 days from San
rauclscof w Ith a lull carao of general
mctchandise, cons gned to Metsrs Castle
& Cooke. She brings one Shetland
pony for JIi T W Hawllns
The R M S S Alameda, Morse, sailed
this afternoon for San Francisco vrjth
20 boxes betel leaves and 1403 bunches
bananas shipped from this pott. The
domestic cargo was valued at 91,621.10.
Thu stmr tvaala takes the stmr J as
Makte's route next opd-iy afternoon.
The stmr Iwalanl .brought 08o b igfi
sugar from Hamakua this mornl g, and
the schooner Halcakalu 1000 bags sugar
The stmr Klnnu brought 4103 bags
sugar.3 hor es, 2 mules, 18- pkgs hides,
6 bales wool, 15 pigs, 4i bags corn, C2
bgs spuds, 120 pkgs sundrlt-s.
l'bc stmr Llkelfko arrived this morn
ing from Maul with -1,405 feet koa lum
ber, 43 hides, 1 sugar toiler, 3 horses,
i)7 pigs, uud 75 pkgs sundries.
The Haw bark ttis 4 King, H II Ber
ry, master, arrived early this morning
after a. virv quick passage of 17 das
from Port Townsend, W, with 485,000
feet of lumber, aud 100,000 shingles for
Messrs Wilder & Co. Had light winds
and fine weather to port.
The Am bktue Amell . Xewhall, ar
rived tit Eureka o'l Sept 1st from this
The schr Jesse Minor sailed from
Port Hartford, W, for HououiiU on
The Hawaiian, bark Alicia, now on tbo
berth at Hongkong for mi Francisco,
uolislgoid to William Llchtenbeig, was
formerly the Get man ba k AnuaSleben,
a vessel well known In the San Fr.ui
The Hawaiian batk I.tidy I.ainpson,
Sodergr n, master, arilved at San Fran
Cisco on Sept 11, 284 das li ucc
The bktne W II Dlmoud sailed from
San l'raucUcofor Honolulu on Supt 10,
the tern W S iiowue on the 12th, and
the birk C D liryuut on he i:ttlt. The
bgtue I D Spieckels sailed on the 11th
DOW- EARLE On the 18th Sept. at
llouolua.Muul, by the Rev. Mr Pall,
John Dow to Annie Ellen, eldest
(liughtcr of R. '. cane
DEERINO-E THE t dgeslde,
'Nap i, id., September 12th, harles
J Deering. formerly of onolulu,
to Maude lOoteu. '
IIOIIRON In ati Francisco, -"ept.
12th, apt. Tbiunas II llourou of
Honolulu, aged CO years.
"'IAI & GENERAL HEWS.
A ool, D scarf pin and scarf bus
Fresh frozen oysters can be ob
tainid at tbe lli'iivi r Saloon.
Thk Hawaiian band played nt tbo
dop.irtuio of thu Alameda for fun
A MTUATION an lio.nl I'liia i.
(I by olio wbi) has bad many
RnVRHAi. teachers arrived on tbo S.
N. Castle under engagement to the
Mould of Education.
Trie schooner W.
bringing $50,000 in
Mcssra. Bishop & Co.
S. Bowno ia
gold coin for
DuuiNO Mr. J. II. Brims' absence
from tin- kingdom, bin ton, George
Bruns, will net for him.
Mesbhs. Lewis & Co. received it
splcmlid ns-'orttncit of frecli fruit
and vegetables, on ice by tbo Aus
tralia. . in
If you are in search of anyone,
look into Mr. Cliae. J. Fishcl's store,
nnd you are sure tu fiud them. Ev
erybody goes there.
Between the departure from San
Francisco of the Oceanic and the
Auctruliti the pr ce of sugar, 90 test,
went up from G 25 to 6.50.
I'uiiSEiSR Edw. A. Kcil of the Aus
tralia, uud J. B. Sutton of tbo Ala
meda have, the best thanks of the
Bulletin for (ilea of lato papers.
Capt. Matsumura of II. I. J. M. S.
Iliyei called on the Minister of For
eign Affairs this morning, accom
panied by Mr. Taro Ando, Japanese
Mr. Chns. J. Deering, formerly of
Honolulu, who was married to Miss
Maude Estce, Sept. 12th, has received
tbo appointment of cashier's clerk in
the San Francisco Mint.
The Post Office lias dispatched the
following mails: per Oceanic, Sept.
I9lh, for Hongkong, 1,518 letters and
41 packages of papers; per Alameda,
Sept. 21st, for San Francisco, 5,010
letters unci 1,188 packages of papers.
Mn. I. Q. Tewksbury, just prior to
leaving on the Alameda, waB pie
sentcd through Port Surveyoi Turrill
with a gnld-lieaded cane, as a mark
or friendship from bis late comrades
in the cum nis set vice.
The body of the lato Mr. Thomas
R Foster was brought down on the
Australia, and is now at the family
residence, Niiuanu av nuc. The fu
neral will take place after the arrival
of Mrs. Foster on the Zealandia.
Capt. Tbos. H. Hobron died at the
Occidental Hotel, San Francisco,
Thuisday, September 12th. Had be
lived three more days be would have
been 07 ycats of age. The remains
will be brought on the Zealandia
In the South Australian Register
of August 27th appears an account
of our lato insurrection, epitomised
from the Bui.LETiNaccount published
on the day of the trouble. The first
cablegrams sent from Auckland got
affairs considerably mixed.
The Hawaiian band gave a fine
concert at the Hotel last evening in
honor of Admiral Kimberly. Tbo
front of the building was piettily
illuminated with colored lanterns,
and tbo attendance was largo. Tbo
through passengers on tbo Alameda
enjoyed the concert very much.
Mn. Cbaa. Dermer, advance agent
of the SerrenoCircus.wasa'passenger
on board the Australia. The circus
is to leave Hongkong on Sept. 28, on
the City of Pekin. The steamer will
touch hero and if Mr. Dermer can
make arrangements the circus will
be landed and play here for a season.
The barber's shop on the Alameda
has recently been fixed up afresh,
and looks very neat and natty. A.
J. Schwartz, the hair dresser in
charge, is not only always on hand
to cut your hair and shave your face,
but is prepared to furnislr cigars and
tobacco, toilet articles, etc., at mod
On tbo 9th inst. a number of Chi
nese were gambling at Pepeekeo, Ha
waii, when a dispute took placowitb
the result that one Chinaman drew
a pistol nnd shot another in tbo
neck. The wounded man was at
tended to by a doctor nnd is said to
lie on the road to recovery. The
other man was arrested and held in
$2,000 bail to await the result of the
ENTERTAINMENT ON THE ALA
MEDA. On the evening of September the
lfitli a very enjoyable enteitainmeiit
was given in the Alameda's Social
Hull. Mr. Walter Hill piesided and
gave a little tulle on the Hawaiian Isl
ands. Institiineiital music was furn
ished by Miss Morris and Mr. All
man, both of Melbourne; Miss
Thomson, Miss Kelly, Mr. Gurr,
Mr. T. Kvans, and Mr. Berry sang
songs; and Mr. Adilcnhroke gave a
recitation. A second entertainment
was given on the evening of the
Ifcilli. l addition to those who con
tributed or. the first evening, Miss
Hordurn played a piano solo. The
great feature of this evening was "a
half hour's chat," by Captain H. G.
Morse, in which the captain amused
his passengers by funny anecdotes
and instructed them .by useful in
formation about Honolulu uud Sau
tllft Itecrptlnn by Cltlt-ni of llonx
IU'ii--.Ailrtr mi of VWlculiie-- He
Soon after tbo Alameda whs sig
nalled yesterday afternoon, Pilot
Mclntyre went nut in his boat ac
companied dy Dr. Trott-seau. De
puty Postmaster Mauaku a "I a
Bulletin represent itiw. A living
on board the line steamer aboui our
miles out at, .-ca, it was soon I earned
t'mt Admiral Kimberly with his
suite was on board. On nearing
the Bell buoy a boat from the U.
S. S. Alert came alongside, having
on board Hon. V. F. Allen, Mr.
John H. Paty nnd Dr. John S.
-McGrew, the' Citizens' Committee,
appointed to receivo the Admiral.
They were soon on boai d and cor
dially welcomed Admiral Kimberly
and Lieitts. Uittenhousc and Mcr
riam. On lauding the Admiral and suite
were met on the wharf by HisKx.
Geo. V. Merrill, U. S. Mltusler
Resident, Capt. Green, U. S. S.
Alert; Com. Lyon, U S. S. Nipsic;
Capt. Sir Win. Wiseman, H. B
M. S. Caroline; and n number of
urouiinent citizens, and then driven
to the Hawaiian Hotel. The Ha
waiian Band greeted the Admit al
with the Star Spangled Banner.
Thu Admiral's Hag was hoisted on
the U. S. S. Aleit and saluted by
H. B. M. S. Caroline and H. I.
J. M. S. Hoyei.
At 4 o'ctuck in the afternoon the
Citizens' Committee met Admit a1
Kimberly at the U. S. Legation, on
Alakca 6treet, and there presented
him with an address and resolutions.
Quite a number of ladies were pre
sent. The address and resolutions,
which were read by His Honor the
Cluef Justice, arc as fullows:
"Admiral Kimbeklv: The eyes
of all the world were directed to Sa
moa when you went there intrusted
by your country with a delicate and
That beautiful island, small in
size.and insignificant in its produots,
liutimportant in its central situation,
bad become the theatre of exciting
events. There had been bloodshed
on shore and tiierc was tension in
the relations between the Great
Powers interested in the settlement
of the pending questions. Armed
fleets were there. But. suddenly
the scene changed. A furious
terapefct came upen you, too power
ful to be withstood, and, after daya
of battling with the elements when
the hurricane was over and the sea
was calm again your flagship the
fixate Trenton had sunk aud thu
old Vindalia, fatnili.tr and dear to
ut all, was a total wreck. Those
gallant and nobla men, who there met
a sailor's death, stood at their posts
as bravely and heroically as il amid
the storm of battle. They did their
duty against butricane and wave" as
they would have done amid shot and
shell. They diedasnith their faces to
the enemy. We mourn for them
and we honor the survivors.
We do not forget those hours of
suffering and weary watching, nor
that touch of nature which makes
us kin, when, as the powerful Cal
liope was, inch by inch, making her
alow way past your ship to the open
sea, at your command, your gallant
crew sent up cheer after cheer to in
fuse new heart' uito your English
Those cheers of the Americans on
the Trenton to the English on the
Calliope were beard around tho
Sir, wo welcome you once more to
this Kingdom ; and this committee,
chosen to voice the sentiments of
your fellow-countrymen in Hawaii
nci, beg you to accept the following
Resolved ; That we, representing
theAmeiican residents of the Ha
waiian Islands, recognize in Ad
miral Kimberly an otllccr of the
American navy, who by stct u fidel
ity to duly amid the awful beetles of
buiricane and tempest, lias shown
himself to be a worthy lieutenant of
the imniorUl Farrauut.
Resolved ; That we greet the Ad
miral with heartfelt sympathy for
his losses and witli high admiration
for bis deed of devotion.
I(X6olyed; That Americans are
inspired by the deeds of heroism of
the 16th of March at Samoa enacted
by the otllcers and men ui the Ame
rican navy, both living and dead, to
deeper lovu for our fatherland, and
higher sentiments of devotion to God
W. F. Allen,
A. F. Juod,
K. G. Ukckwitii,
S. B. D-.le,
S. M. Damon,
P. C. Jones,
Jno. S. McGkkw,
Jno. II. Patt,
AVm. C. Wildeu,
A. J. Caktwiuout.
Admiral Kimberly made a very
suitable reply to the committee and
expressed the pleasure it gave him
at being once more in Honolulu.
He will remain here for tho present,
probably until the arrival of the U.
S. S. Mohican.
THE BASEBALL LUAU.
There will be no concert in Hintnn
Square this afternoon, as the baud
is tendered by the Ministry to play
at Mr. Isenberg'a luau, at Wnialae,.
in honor of the Stars ami Honolulu-,.
The view taken by the Ministers
was that the baseball clubs having
entertained the public throughout
the season, it Was lining that they
should bu entertained at some puijlip
8apti(oe op fi a)nge occasion,
Sun Franciico, Sept. 14, per S. S.
Corporal Tanner, Commissioner
of Pensions, has been compelled to
resign, owing to itltfretieea with the
Suonlary til the Iul rior. He U a
G A. K. man, and thu veterans .ire
not pleased nt his removal. Hon.
Win. Wanur, ex commaiider-tn-thief
of the G. A. It., is spoken ot
as his successor.
The reports of tho British Admi
rals on the late naval maneuvres nro
said to TeQect upon many weak
points then sIudwu In the navy. Pow
of the fast cruiserd came tp" to their
nominal speed, nnd some broke
The great strike in London is
about over. It was engineered by
John Burns, a urehraud socialist,
and was the greatest stiike the
world has ever seen. t
A mutiny of soldiers aud citizens
in Berlin was suppressed after sou e
hours with a loss of twenty-four in
surgents and eleven of the govern
Police tear down placards an
nouncing Boulanger's candidature
and arrest the bill posters.
Forrest, attorney for the defense
in the Crsnin murder, case, protests
against the drawing of a jury panel
by two bailiffs whom he alleges are
Ocean steamers arriving at New
York since the recent storm report
tenible weather off the coast.
Trains from shore resorts havclieen
crowded with fashionable refugees
fiom the scenes of destruction.
Win. G. Harris of Massachusetts
has been sworn in as the new Commis
sioner of Education for tho United
An Italian was killed in New
York by falling on a live electric
Senator Voorhees is seriously ill.
There is an increase of about 13,
000,000 hectolitres in the Ftencb
A race is talked of between Senile
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show
draws 150,000 people daily in Paris
Maine has seiious forest flre-i.
Mary Martin in the New York
penitentiary ' has the strength of
Sauiaon. When arretted L Brook
lyn she had pulled up a lamp post,
and when jailed she broke the b:rts
of her cell like sticks of sealing
wax. Then she wrenched off the
lock and bad to be dischaiged.
F. W. Gesswein. a millionaire
manufacturer of New York, was
murdered in his ofllce by a grey
headed old inventor named Christian
Diehle. The cold blooded aet was
done out of revenge after the mur
derer had been beaten in a lawsuit
by his victim.
Stanley is matching toward Mom
bassa, after fighting his way through
several hostile tribes. He has es
tablished the authority of the Brit
ish East Africa Company from the
Upper Nile to the East Coast. It .8
doubtful if Emiu Pasha is accom
The Prince of Monaco is dead.
The Sons of Veterans in the Unit
ed States gained 13, GOO members
in Hie past year.
Captain Wissman of the German
African expedition lias offered
'5,000 for Chief Bushiri's head,
owing to the Chief's threat to des
troy missions. AVissinan burned
several villages to punish the in
habitants for giving arms to insur
gents. S. S. AUSTRALIA.
The steamship Australia surprised
everyoue by coming into port last
evening, 64; days from San Francis
co. Mie would have made the trip
in G days, had it not been that, ju-t
outside of San Francisco, se.
bad to slow down five hours on ac
count of fog. She left San Francis
co Saturday, Sept. 14, at noon, and
had fine weather tho entire trip.
She brought to this port 51 cabin
and G8 steerage 'passengers, and
1364 tons of general merchandise.
The Australia sails for San Fran
cisco Fridaj, Sept. 27, at uoon.
hie Ju received e
another lot oi tiat
''PHILADELPHIA L.OKIt BKER"
in kogs, which ho U oflvrlng to his
cuatomorn. OSS lw
1 ' ' U II
DUItINO my alisenco from the Kiair.
dom my son George Brim will
act for me in all muttrrii of business
under full power of dttnrmiy.
J. U. BRUNS.
Iloimluhi, Sept. 81, 1SS&. S5K lw
DURING my lerapnrary a' sence frim
ihe Kinu' nm my Inoili i vVilHam
will wtienil tn
' tu . i r of
.. of lit.
or in- ii" i
DURING nyuh-ence from this King
iloui U uawi Mill uct for nu
under lu.l pime o u'loruov
GOO YORK (G. AIO).
Ilnuo'il'u, ept 17. 1-i-U Ki:h
I.I. pniHi'i i .-r.'liy notified, u
to till in, i. tier la ui.i mum,
tfter hi d.ite for ureo .'it of the cm
irnei.on ofliieOuuu l( i iy, without
a wri'teu re'i'ilglil'in fwiii . il'n".
U. F, mLLINOHAM,
Cutitracior U. It & L. Co
hnjol .In, Sept. ID, lWtf, 1130 Jt
KING KALMAUA'S CRONY.
Ue Lnt Itw
' Uct Itiink :ontnln.
A special despatch from New York,
Sept. 12, to the San Francisco Exam
iner, is given under the above heading
in that paper in follows:
13. M.Walsh, who lives in Honolulu
and is a largo sugar planter and a
crony of King Kiilakaua, came to
town recently and put up at the Fifth
Avenue. Yesterday he stepped to a
iii'ws-counler and bought some opera
lickets, and. whilo he mado change
laid his pocket-book on tho counter.
Ho put soino $20 in chaugo in his
vest pocket and was looking at the
tickets. When he glanced around to
gtt bis pocket-book lt"was gone.
A stranger who had been standing
near' him at tho counter was alBO
gone. Neither thu pocketbook nor
ho stranger could be found. The
1'ockolbnok contained certificates,
sngr trust h irv of the market va
lue of about .f 30,000 nnd some $50 in
small bills. Mr. Walsh was afraid
that some innocent purchaser might
be swindled, so he. lias advertised for
the return of th' bunds.
eotd Mr- g' Pittont Filter
I'res e-, i- ew. having
eun n id but a .c.? mo., hs; 2, 4'J
Usmbers, a, y0 CliniuhriH, 8 Sicond
mnd (31'irlncrs, B(,0 fiallon- capacltv
neb. This machinery lias been thrown
ml of use by tbo Dill'iislon Process
icing introduced; and is otTered fin
ale at vciy low prices. For particulars
.1. N. S. WILLIAMS,
Fort St., llouolulu. P.O. box B80.
THE0. P. SEVERIN,
View und LanilHcupo
Makes n specialty of photographing
losiuences, interiors, groups, uccora.
lions and all kinds of out and Indoor
views. Also, docs printing aud develop
ing for amateurs and others at the
lowest rates. Satisfaction given and
nil orders rccolvo prompt attention.
Yiows mounted in hooks to order
Office: Corner of King and Alakea
street. P. O. Box 02. Mutual Tele. 250.
FILTER PRESSES !
Paaciiau Piam'ation, )
Hawaii, Marcli tl, ltf. f
ItlHtlon Iron A. foeoiuottvo AVorl.fi.
Of.vtlemkm We have used two of
your 30 i li uni r . F or I'r sie thl.
-eason. Th y uie convenient, easily
handled anil aie oiMgenlhely to our
salt-faction lent iccuinmcud no ini
piovemeut nn them
Verv ''-pee fully yotiiJ.,
( igned) A. MOORB,
Manager 1'anuhaii Plantation.
Thee Presse are made exlra heavy
for1 high presumes, occupy a- floor
sp'ico '1 feet by 4 f ct, and present a
tillering sin f ice of 240 iquare led.
A limited number in stock in llouo
lulu and arc sold at very low prices.
Eisclo.i Iron & Ic-. Works,
tKir For port'culars enquire of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Room No. 3 -preekels' Block.
2!250 tf w. Q. Irwin & Co., Acent
Will a '"id at hfivh'o at
$50 U lis tenrace.
, tj.tcrauicnto, Sept. 15,
MaMn was Mrcil bt
Quimfs I'alclien, ho by Geo, M. Pat
uuen.ilr.; Marin's nam ny emigrant, nit
by Hilly McCrackcn; Hilly McCracken
by McCracken's Black Hawk, 707, (the
sfro of Lady Dooley, and of the dam of
Overman. 2;19W). McCracken's Black
Hawk, 707, by Vermont Blnek Hawk, 5;
Snd dam by Marshall's Black Qawk, bit
hy Eastou's Black Hawk. Tho dam of
Qulnn's IMtchen by Stockbrldgo Chlof,
he by Vermont Black Hawk, 6.
It. T. Carroll of Han FrancUco, tho
former owner of Muriu, vouches, that
out of tbiny.Flx maros served by this
liorso during his last season in Call,
fomia, thlrty-fivo proved ylth fnnl.
1MUI.. It. ISBKItEItG.
Ctiaoge of Type in 6 Seconds 1
Writing In Plain Sight !
Simple and Durable I
tT Ca i and tee sample ma:iilne at
H tWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
General Aumts for Hnwallun LUcds.
OPiNiONS - OF
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
From tbo New Yoiik Tjmep. Juno '22, I88D1
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a new form of
policy which, like a bank draft, ia a simple promise to pay without condi
tions on tho back.
From tho Ohicaoo Invistigatok.I
Always on tbo alert, and ever anxious to give the public the most
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurance So-
ciety of New York ha, in the past, made many advances on old methods,
and has been the means to liberalize lile assurance in a greater degree,
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at nil surprising, there
fore, that this great company now comes before the people" Witli a new
contract, the like of which has not before been known in life insurance.
From tho ICkxtuckv Keoistku, Richmond, Ky., June '2, 188.1.
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, will bo that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the now policy offcted by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
From the Boston Post.
This company has done more than any other to simplify the assurance
contract, nnd to maintain public confidence in life osurancc.
From the Pacific UNUEitwitiTKit, San Francisco, July 1, 1880. J
Tho Equitable has already; established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings witli its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance its'
reputation for enterprise and progressivcnc-is in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
JBSy For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
Automatic Adding Attachment !
I i -
ThiB is the only CASH REGISTER that has a Self-adding Attachment
which bhows the total amount of bales at any moment.
Everybody needs ono and nobody can afl'ord to be without one.
C. O. BERGER,
Westermayer's Celebrated Uprights !
& C. FISCHER PIANOS
BOUDOIR UFKIC1HTS a CABINET UPRIGHTS.
Other PIANOS of Well-known American Factories on the Way.
FOR SALE AT MANUFAC'l URKR'S PRICES BY
Ed. HOFFSCHLAEGER 6l Co.
325 lm King and Bethel Streets.
Kg- FISCHER PIANOS -st
Renowned for Tone and Durability !
80,000 In Use KaS011 Established 1840
ENDORSED BY THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS:
Clara Louisk Kkllouo,
vsr music Ex..VI1.IVlENa,, -
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Solo Agents for the Hawaiian Isrlnndd. "
gfST Call, or writ for Catalogues .'121 lm
37UKNISHED Rooms to let,
: southwest corner of
Punchbowl and Beretanla
streets, would bo vety convenient lorn
Buial) family, 256 Am
Mr. M. (Irccn,
iil! Fort street.
QTORE, Ktc, now oeeiipiul hy
O Mr. Wolle, Orecer,
B& Apply to
A. J. OAUTWKIGIIT,
809 tf Meichunt street.
PASTURE for HOUSE
AT Haleltou, Kaneshn, KnQlaupolfo
bVi acres of puod paMure Innil, ull
enclosed p'enty of wnter Anp'y to
Charles I. Hiram, at the Kinij'i. Stable,
HonoWu, or at UmleUoiu feb 2 69 ly
- THE - PRESS
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
ARRlVED - 8
FOR THIS CLIMATE.
Ivan E. Mouowahki,
And Many Otiikrh.
n riiu vnuiifiir in.i .u. miA
Iim 4J HtVllitti lUUttD uuimi
JLJX removed to Nn, 3, Kukul Una.
HAS the hcM and rhrupest Ulack
Rocl,, Corn, Hand and Boll for
sale In any tiuantiiy. Apply at the law
ofllce of William C. Achl, No. M Mejf.
chant street, Honolulu, H. I. 301 !tm
J. N. S. WILLIAMS.
Engineer & Contractor,
l prepared to design anil contract for
nil clai.ciM of Hugar KVtraiMinn Machi.
neiy, Irrlsaiiug Vltiuhlnery, Evaporat
ing Apparatus, Vacuum 1'uus, Baclbert
of all kinds and for all purposes, Water
Vt he.b, Water Uondults, iboth plpe
anil tinmen, Btcam Boilers of various
kinds, Railroad Material and Rolling
itock, Kle , Ktc.
In all its brunches r. specialty,
Plantallons butiplied with Chemical and
Amdytlcal AppraHiS of Ihe very best
diseripilon to order.
H3f Close Httention paid to all older
ut il tiuWf'iction to the pui chaser gua
ramecd. 1. O, llox 360. Fort t-treet,