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THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1P89.
StimJ v Cum in in from
Sclit- Wuluiulii from 1'U'io
Sohr Lavlula from Kuuul
Sehr Mary for Hanalel
Stmr Wnfninnalo for Waianae ami ,Vai"
Sehr Luka for Kohahi
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Four Ltliolllio for Wnlincii
Stmr Kaala for Wnlnnae, W'atnlua ami
Koolau at 0 n m
Sclir ICmilkeiionll for llamakua
Schr KtiMol for Qnoniea, Hawaii
From Koolau ami Walanae, per stmr
TCaala, Oct 10 Sirs J It Holt, Mrs
lira Stuart ami child, Mr Holt ami 20
The steamer Lehua is duo from lla
makua. The bark Mimt is nearly through dis
charging. The schooner Kaiiikcaonll will leave
to-morrow with about 3,500 ledwooil
ties from the barkcntliic Amelia.
The schooner Wnlmulu urilvod last
night from Puna with 20 bagcocoauut3,
1455 ohla ties and 47 wiilu (8 pes) awa.
The schooner ICuMol will pall to-morrow
with 100,000 feet lumber for build
ing Humes for the Onomca Plantation,
The barkentlne Discovery Is at the
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s wharf tak
ing in sugar. She will leave for Sun
Francheo about the middle of next week.
The Bteamer Kuala ai rived yesterday
evening from Koolau and Walalua with
480 bags sugar, 2-15 bags paddy, and 310
bags rice, tjhe leaves again to-morrow
morning for the same route.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TmtEE diaries have been lost.
days later news to-mor-
Mn. J. Ii. Robertson is now en
gineer of the tug Eleu.
It is probable the Hawaiian
will be called to-morrow.
Mn. Nolle will have fresh frozen
oysters at the Beaver by the Austra
The regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will be held this
evening at 7 :30.
Tub S. S. Australia is duo from
San Francisco to-morrow with dates
to the 11th of October.
The evidence in Ho Foil's trial
was all in at 3 :05 this afternoon, and
the case will soon go to the jury.
The French Consul issues a notice
through this paper regarding the
affairs of the late F. L. Bruckler.
Mn. John Dillon, M. P., and party
are expected by the Maripota. If tho
steamer arrives at a suitable time a
quiet reception will be tendc red them
by several citizens.
Mr. Bamfield is about to open a
studio in Spreckels Block, Fort
street, and will instruct pupils in all
branches of drawing and painting.
Due notico will' bo given.
Tan steamer W. G. Hall is due to
morrow afternoon from windward
with tho Count and Countess Bardi
and suite on board. The King may
roturn on the same steamer.
The Royal Hawaiian band will
give a concert to-morrow (Friday)
evening, at 7 :30 o'clock, at the Ha
waiian Hotel, complimentary to Ad
miralKimberly, and the captains and
officer of the men-of-war in port.
A native man , and woman were
fined $30 and $15 reepectively for
adultery, and noted appeal, in the
Polico Court this morning. Ah Tin
and Ah Fong pleaded guilty to
having a gambling device in pos
session, and were fined each $10 and
The sale of season tickets for tho
Katie Putnam Comedy Company has
been quite largo. This morning tho
box plan opened at Mr. L. J. Levey's
office for tho sale of single noatB, and
the domand was brisk, ensuring good
houses. Secure your seats at tho
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A tADY amateur photographor was
out at 0:30 o'clock this morning
shooting tho residence) of Hon. Clias.
It. Bishop on Emma street. Tho
photographer looked captivatingly
independent with her head under the
cloth (not to hide her pretty face,
however), and her admiring specta
tors numbered fifteen.
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Mn. McCulluni, park ranger, who
"""" was in town to-day, reports that lie
took a drivo round tho track the
other day ond found it in lirstrate
order. He also discovered that tho
Hawaiian Jockey Club's houso had
beon broken into, but could not say
what if anything had been stolon
from the locker which was uko
As Mibb Knight was riding on
Beretania street this noon in a cover
ed brake, tho horse she was diiving
jumped aside at the sight of a black
pig, Tho carnago Btruck against a
telephone post and was oveitumed.
Frank Ferreira happened to be pass
ing and instantly caught the horse,
which was plunging frantically. The
lady fortunately escaped with no
other dainago than a groat fright.
This is tle eixteonth runawuy that
Frank Forrcira Iibb itoppofj. and ho
ougljt to have u metJJ,
Trial or llri t'oii fuf Cotiflfilrnpj-".
tletore Itlfi TStn .or tli Chief
WEDNT.SDAT, Oct. lGtll.
The Court resumed at 1:25.
Jumcs Kuiiliauu sworn, anted In
July last J vm18 in Honolulu. I
knew the defendant, ho is Ho I'on.
Have known htm lour or live yeaia.
1 pleaded guilty to a charge of con
spiracy in connection with events of
July 30th. 1 attended some of the
mcetincs leadinc up to that evening.
The llrst I attended was the one pre
vious to the 29th at Princess Lilitio
Icalntii's residence. I saw Poepoc,
Maikham, Boyd, 'Malulani, A.
Smith, R. W. Wilcox and some ha
oles there, also Chinese. Ho I'on
was there, Papu and Ahlo, also a
stout-built Chinaman. I was sworn
in the dining room at the same time
as Kanoa. The oath was to keep
secret what Wilcox communicated
to us. It was for the purpose of a
new constitution and overthrowing
the Ministry. Ho Foil came be
tween 10 and 11 o'clock, with Ahlo
and Papu, saw them when they ar
rived, thoy went into the dining
room. Wilcox was there. Ho Fon
shook hands with me. Papu Baid to
me it would be a good thing to get
the new government. He said, we
have sworn the same as you. Ilavo
never heard Ho Fon talk in Hawai
ian. "Was at the meeting on the
29th. llo Fon was there, saw him
talking with Markhara in the door
way. 1 went down town thnt even
ing with Murkliam, nnd he told me
we were going to Ho Fon's to get a
case of gin. Markhaui went in, I
did not. Did not get the gin. We
got a hack and Mnrkham said we
were going to get some guns. We
got them, they were wrapped-up in
burlaps. Got them from a Chinese
store. Got guns and ammunition
at three different places, two of
which were Chinese stores. After
getting these things we took them
to Palnma and left them there, then
came down together in a hack.
Maikham got money from Papu and
gave it to mo to pay for the hack.
Markham was talking with Ho Fon
just before Papu handed me the
money. I marched to the palace
and was wounded in the buHgalow.
I saw Papu bring boxes of bread
into the palace yard. AVe marched
to the palace to get the new consti
tution and get the cannon out.
By the Court I thought myself
but did not say anything that it was
against the law to take possession of
the palace yard.
Cross-examined I only attended
two meetings. Think I went down
three times on the night of the 29th.
Markham and I went for the gin be
fore I had been to Palauia. Don't
know whether Markham went to the
Chinese newspaper office to get gin
or the Anchor Saloon for a Chinese
newspaper. I drink gin and know
where to get it. I saw Papu and Ho
Fon both nights, Ahlo was only
there tho first night.
Alexander Smith sworn, stated
I have known the defendant by
sight for a long time, not acquaint
ed with him until the night of July
II th when he was at the Princess'
residence, Palama. Wilcox was
there and told me he had a secret
ocicty and wanted me to take the
oath. I took it in the dining room.
Saw Ho Fon there a little after 11
o'clock. Four or five Chinese came
in and Markham said to me "here
comes tho committeo of the Chinese
firms." They went into the dining
room and I saw them standing up
talking with Wilcox. Saw Ho Fon
there tho night of the 29th. I was
the officer on guard and let him into
tho house. The men who were
sworn stood under crossed bayonets.
Wo marched to tho palaoe armed.
"Wilcox told me he expected help
from the Kiu and nlao about 000
Cross-examined I did not expect
any light, would not have gone if I
had known theio was to be.
Edward Hopkins sworn, stated
I am captain of police. I know
Papu by sight. Have heard he had
gone to China and again to Koolau
loa. Scauch had been made for him,
but we cannot find him. Have
known Ho Fon since early pftrt of
1884. Have heard him speak Eng
lish, Hawaiian nnd Chinese. I had
charge of a prison gang, ho was as
sistant under me. I told him to tell
the iintive prisoners to do something
and they understood him. He acted
as a native interpreter for me.
Cross-examined Papu has been
accused of having opium in posses
sion. Thomas Hiona nworn, stated
Was a policeman on July 30th, had
to fall in line in the column that
marched to the palace that morning.
Wilcox was in charge of the column.
At 3:03 the prosecution rested.
F, J. Testa sworn, stated I
side in Honolulu. Have done so
for ten years. My present occupa
tion is a lawyer's clerk. Ceased
with newspaper work in May last.
Have known Ho Fon several years,
he is a newspaper repoiter. I know
R. W. Wilcox. I know of one meet
ing being held at Princess Liliuoka
lanl'a residence. It was July lOlh.
I was invited by Wilcox to a Bocial
feed, and wept there close on to 8
o'clock in the evening. I went to
the back part of the house, and on
to the dining room. Wileox was
there when 1 llrst arrived. I went
in company. I sat in tho dining
room, ubpul half an hour, crackers
and wine were brought put. The witio
was druuk am) the orackers eaten,
TV contorted on dlffersDt toploa.
Bctweon. nine and ten o'clock we
fibt down1 to business. Ho Fon wns
there that evening, did not sco him
come. Saw him after thoy com
menced to talk polities. Oaths wero
administered to different parties.
Pocpoe I think wan the pioneer.
Don't know how many took tho
oath. I wan still there when Ho
Fon luftf While I was there llo
Fon did not take any oath, nor did
he take any patt m the discussion.
Cross-examined Ho Fon talked
to Wilcox and others, and shook
hands. I was in the room at the
time. They were talking about
coming to the palace, was talking
about' it myself. It was common
street talk about turning the Minis
ters out. Everyone was asked to
take the oath. I did not take ll,and
cannot state the reason, it might
criminate me. One reason was I
did not approve of the methods to
bo employed. One(thing I objected
to was the employment of force.
Robert W. Wilcox sworn, stated
I know Markham and Boyd. I
have known Ho Fon the defendant
about two years. There was a meet
ing at Palama on July 10th. Ho
Fon was there, he did not stay long,
about a quaiter or half an hour. I
spoke to him. He said something
to me about Home land he wanted
surveyed. He asked me the object
of the meeting of people there. I
told him only political. No oath
was administered to Ho I'on that
evening. I knew he was editor of
the Chinese News. I did not re
quest him to keep secret what he
had heard there. There was another
meeting on the 11th. He was there,
and stayed about half an hour. Do
not remember whether I spoke to
him. Ho Fon did not take part in
either of those meetings. Think I
was in the dining room when Ho
Fon came. The second night lie
came with other Chinese. He was
there on the 29th, just came in and
went out. I never commissioned
Markham at any time to get gin
from Ho Fon. Never sent Markham
for any gin, he said something about
the men having half a glass of gin.
I never borrowed money of Ho Fon.
Did not tell Boyd 1 had no money
and did not go in to llo Fon's to
Cross-examined llo Fon fre
quently came in the evening to see me
on some surveying business. When
he came in the guards were not set.
Cannot imagine what other object
he came to sec me for. Do not
know the reason he came the Becond
evening, guards were not posted
outside when he came. He came
before the political meeting, and I
invited him to take some cakes and
soda water. Do not know how he
passed the guard the third evening
(29th), or what he came for. I
never accused Ho Fon tr Poepoe of
being spies. I trusted Ho Fon, he
was a straightforward man like
Testa. I never told him anything
about the movement. He did not
look frightened. At the third meet
ing the men had arms and put on
belts, etc., ready to remove. I was
not alarmed at seeing Ho Fon there,
I always had confidence in him.
S. E. Kaiuc sworn, stated I live
in Honolulu. Was here in July
last. Am studying law. I know
R. "W. Wilcox. I was at a meeting
at Palama July 10th, went there
early in the evening, saw Wilcox
and Boyd in the house. Wilcox
was away about midnight for half
an hour. Cannot say whether I saw
Ho Fon or not. I was there on the
11th and saw Ho Fon, and other
Chinamen with him. Know them
by sight, saw them talking to "Wil
cox in tho diningroom, did not see
him perform any ceremony, or ad
minister any oath to the Chinese.
I was at Palama on the 29th of July.
Saw Ho Fon there, after 10 o'clock,
he did not stay long. Did not see
Ho Fon take part in the discussions.
Cross-examined The first night I
did not see Ho Fon, I had been
drinking. lie might have been
there. Ho Fon arrived about 10
o'clock the second night.
Tin Sang sworn, Btated I reside
in Quon Hip Lung's store on Hotel
street. Am a partner and manager.
It is a brick building. I remember
July 30th when Wilcox and others
took possession of the palace. Was
in my store that morning between
the hours of 7 and 9. Some of my
employees were there. Had very
few customers. Later in the day
there wub excitement in town. I
saw Ho Fon, saw him that morning,
lie came into my store for a short
time, between 7 and 8 o'clock. He
came in and said good morning, had
a cup of tea, and went away. I was
Bumming up my accounts. While
Ho Fon was there did not notice
anyone come in and speak with him.
No hack drove up to my store and
took goods away that morning, I
should have known it if there had
been. Ho Fon did not buy or order
anything at my store that day.
At 4:55 the Court adjourned to
9:30 Thursday mottling.
Tiiuiibdat, Qct. 17th.
Tho Court opened at 9 :30 a. m.
Tin Sang, cross-examined by the
Attorney-General Have been man
aging Quon Hip Lung's store since
last month. Was not manager on
July 80 Hi, was bookkeeper. Had a
salesman in llic store. He was near
the d,oor that morning when llo Fon
came. He gave Ho Fon the lea, his
name is Ah Pio. I was making up
my accounts when llo Fon was in.
1 did not notice evcryon,o who came
into the store that morning between
G and 9 o'clock. I saw Ho Fon and
said good moruingj and then rosmu
ed my work. . Wo ileal In provisions
and wanrlng apparel, keop on ssdo
salmon, oracsew and Chinese pro
visions. Do not remember selling
any that morning. I can remember
that da' very well on account ol the
rebellion. Anyone buying a largo
quautityof goods, tiic salesman Would
have to' let mo know. I cannot say
that a hack might slop in front of
the store without my knowing.
Chin Qui Siu sworn, staled I
live bell I nil the jail, in a stable.
Have lived there 7 or 8 years. Am
a luck driver, was such on July
30th. I remember the morning of
that day, was driving around the
atreeto for hire. A Chinaman Ah
Siu engaged me. lie was dressed
in a woolen coat and trousers. The
coat was of mixed material. He
engaged me on Hotel street between
7 and 8, and we wentlo Wing Wong
Wo's store on King street. Arriv
ing there Ah Sin went into the store.
He bought two boxes of crackers
and a barrel of salmon, and they
were placed in my hack. We drove
to the palace and after the provis
ions were removed we drove to Hop
Iliug's stotcgon Hotel street. All
Sin jumped from the hack, went in
the store and bought two boxes of
crackers. There was another box.
We drove to the palace again. Af
ter that we returned to near Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, ond Ah Sin
disengnged me. Ah Sin gave mo
S2 for my trouble. 1 know Ho Fon,
did not sec him that morning. Hop
Iliug's stoic is next to Quon Hip
Lung's on Hotel street.
Cross-examined Have been driv
ing a hack between four and live
years. I have been arrested on a
charge of perjury, but I was telling
the truth at the time. I know All
Sin who engaged my hack, do not
know that he has another name, do not
know his occupation. Have not seen
him since the revolution, I do not
know what was going on in the pal
ace that day, saw a great many peo
ple there, the natives removed the
things from my hack.
By Mr. Neumann I was arrested
laBt night by Long John and a white
police olllcer. They came to my
stable between C and 7, they took
me to the police station, did not
show me any warrant. 1 was askid
whether I took Ho Fon with provis
ions into the palace, ami where was
the man that engaged me thnt day,
aud where did I drive him to. I
told the same story as I have told
here in Court. He soid I was ac
cused of going to the store of Quon
Hip Lung. Think it was Deputy
Marshal Hopkins who examined me.
I know Mr. Creighton. Do not
know Mr. Petorson. When they
came to the stable nnd Jumped into
my hack they said there was a war
rant for me. They did not tell me
the charge. After they had ques
tioned me they let me go. I do not
know what an indictment is.
By the Court I own my hack.
Yiin Quon sworn, stated Am a
member of firm of Wing Wo Tai.
Was in my store on July 30th, be
tween 7 and 8. Do not know Papu,
or the hackman who was just on the
stand. On that morning I sold half
a barrel of salmon to a Chinaman
who came on foot, a hack came, the
salmon was put in. Do not remem
ber the driver. The salmon wos
paid for, $G.75 in silver.
Chan Min Bworn, stated I live in
Hop Hin's store, it is a Chinese gro
cery store, we sell tinned goods. I
am a member ol" the firm. Was in
the store on morning of July 80th. I
did not see Chin Qui Siu that morn
ing. I sold salt fi3h, meat in tins,
crackers, rice, that morning tB differ
ent persons. Do not know Papu.
One Chinaman camo in that morn
ing and bought two cases of Ameri
can beef, and two cases of crackers.
It was a young Chinaman, do not
know his name. He paid for the
goods. One of my men removed
the things from the store, think it
was Ah Man. The bill was a little
over $15. Cash was paid. Do not
remember what time it was. I
hsard about Wilcox later on, and
closed the store. I know Ho Fon,
did not see him that day.
Lam Kan Chun sworn, stated I
live in Chinese News office. I am
editor, and publisher. I know Ho
Fon, lie is one of my partners. He
is a reporter. The paper is issued
once a week, on Saturdays. I have
with me issues of tho paper of July
13th. (Paper with supplement pro
duced and Mr. Li Cheung the inter
preter read an item from the supple
ment which stated that on the night
of July 10th certain natives held a
meeting at the residence of the
King's sister at Palama, for the com
ing election. It is good to prepare
beforehand so that there will be no
trouble hereafter.) The news was
furnished by Ho Fon. He reported
it. (Tho Attorney-General object
ed to the article in tho paper going
hi as evidonce, and after arguments
.the Court ruled it was not admissa
ble.) Ah Pio sworn, stated I work in
Quon Hip Luug's store. I know Tin
Sang, he is manager. I was in the
store on July 30th. Fighting was
going on that day. 1 opened the
store, and was there the whole
morning, some sundry eoods were
sold. Cannot remember whether
meat or boxes of crackers wero sold,
I know Ho Foil, he camo in and I
invited him to di ink tea. Do not
remember any goads being delivered
to a bade that morning.
Cross-cxamiiietl 1 am a salesman
in the store, there arc three or four
of us.. Am in the store all day. Have
no goods stored in the yard. Am
testifying from memory.
Lq Loo sworn, stated, I llvo at
Wing On Wo's, am salesman. Re
member t,bo daj- of tho firing, was
In store. Betneon 7 and 9 thnt
morning goodt woro sold. A barrol
of salrcon wna sold. I removed It
out of the store. I helped a man
to put it Into a hack, the driver was
dressed in a working suit. Should
not know liiin again. Do not
know whether lie was a Chinaman
Ah Man sworn, stated I livo at
Hop Ling's store, am u salesman,
was such on July 30th. Remember
the shooting. Was in the store be
tween 7 and 9 o'clock. Think there
was a hack in front of the store, a
Chinaman was driving. I put some
crackers and beef into the hack.
Do not r6membcr how many pack
ages there were. A Chinaman bought
the goods. There was no other hack
at the store that morning. Ho Fon
was not there during the morning.
Cross-examined Do not remem
ber any hack coming to the store
the day before or tho day after or
that week. I was only spoken to
this morning about coming as a wit
ness and had to throw memory back
Ah Pang sworn, stated 1 live at
Hop lion's store, have resided here
two years. Remember the day of
the shooting, was in the store all
that morning. Do not know Papu.
Was working in the storehouse in
rear of the stOi-e, could nol see the
Ho Fou sworn, stated I am Hie
defendant in this case. Have lived
here twelve years, am reporter for
the Chinese News Co. Am 24 years
of ace. Have been reporter nearly
four years, have shares in the paper.
I find out all news aud give it to the
editor. 1 know R. W. Wilcox, have
had business transactions with him
such as surveying. Have known
him about two years. Have known
Markham about five years, also know
IJ. N. Boyd. Wo went to school to
gether at Fort street. I remember
the revolution on the 80th, saw
many natives in the palpce yard and
government building yard earning
arms. Was not in the palace that
morning. I did not see them come
down to the palace, did not hear
how they were coming. I live in
Dowsett's lane, Palama, it is near
to Princes Liliuokalatu's residence.
I remember the meetings, first heard
of them on July 10th. Knew nothing
before that date. I heard something
in town of ttie meeting on the 10th
and seeing lights went there. Heard
the natives say there was to be a
meeting at Liliuokalani Hale. When
I got there saw Boyd on the veran
da, he took me in. Boyd asked
Wilcox to open the door.
At 12 o'clock the Court took a
recess to 1:30.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
Wednesday, Oct. 10.
BEFORE M'CDLLY, J.
A. N. Holokahiki et al vs. E, B.
Mikalemi, ct al. Ejectment. Jury
waived July term, 1888. Portly
heard and continued until to-morrow
S. K. Kane for plaintiffs ; W. R.
Cast'e for defendants.
IIEFOIIE PKESTON, J.
Edwin J. Hart vs. A. J. Cart
wright et al.. Executors estato H
J. Hart, deceased. Assumpsit
$232.96 and interest. Oral motion
for order of allowaucu of said
claim. Motion declined to be enter
tained on ground that plaintiff ia a
J. M. Monsarrat for plaintiff;
Cecil Brown for defendant.
In re estato Henry J. Hart of
Honolulu, Oahu, deceased, testate.
Petition of A. J. Cartwright, one of
the executors, for allowance of ac
counts and discharge. Partly heard,
accounts referred to a master for re
port, and hearing continued for one
Cecil Brown for petitioner j peti
tioner in person.
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL
The preliminary examination of
John E. Bush on the charge of libel
resulted yesterday in the defendant
being committed by Police Justice
Foster for tiial to the Supreme
Court. V. C. Achl, complainant,
gave some spicy evidence. He said
lie was the only half-white lawyer
that had advised some of his clients
to plead guilty iu the insurrection
cases, aud his motive was to procure
light sentences for them. Bush the
defendant came to his nlllce and
accused him of receiving bribes for
such advice. He brandished a roll
of yellow paper in his face, saying
it was the proof of Achi's guilt,
and hu told complainant he was a
fool if he did not know that the
King was in collusion with the
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Regular mnnthly meeting of
M. C. A. at 7:ao.
Honolulu Chapter No.l R, A
Drill Co. A Honolulu Ritlcm,
7 ?. 10.
Chiarlnl'a Italian Circus on tho
Esplanade, nt 8 o'clook. '
Tin: circus matineo, yesterday
afternoon, was well patronized by tho
juveniles. The progianino wan ar-'
ranged expressly for the children,
who were kept in good huniorduriuc;
the whole perfouuunce. The even.
iiiK'a entertainment was witnessed
by a fair number of pcihous who iln
dercd a verdict of "Excellent, boat
yet," etc. Another performance will
be given Ibid evening. Tho company
and uuimald lm vine all reoovotod full
po'mimiou of tliulr limJ logs arc now
in excellent form and improving at
1 each fresh uppetiranoe,
Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
From the New York Times, June 22, 1839. .
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a new form of
policy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promise to pay without condi
tions ou tho back.
From the Chicago Investioatoii.
Always on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public the most
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 Hot before been known in life insurance.
From the Kentucky Ukgistt.i:, RUIimoiul, Ky., .lime is, lSS'J. t
The Equitable Life Assurance Society ha, in the past, done more to
create aud maintain confidence in life n'wrtranoc 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 tho character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new poltc3' offered by the Equitable, '
and assure their lives forthwith. . .
("From the Uosrox Post.1
This company has done more than any other to simplify the asurarwti
coutract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
1'iom the Pacu'ic Unuerwiiituh, Shu Francisco, July 1, 1SSD.J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all -.
legitimate claims against it, and this now jwllcy cannot tail to euhonoa Its -reputation
for enterprise and progrwsivene'js in dealing with the subjoct
of life assurance.
S For full particular call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRIOHTv
330 lm General Agent for tho Hawaiian IslamF.'
HOLLSSTER A. CO.F
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NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
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Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
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IN GREAT VARIETY at VERY LOW PRICES.
Prof. Or. SAUVLET,
PI&IIO, VIOLIN & SINGING LESSONS.
Residence: Cottage No. 1, H.iwuilnu
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