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FRIDAY, OCT. 2.'), IPSO.
Si-hr Knulkpaoull from llunalel
Si-hr Jliilubnw from Koolau
Si-hr I.uvlula from Kaiuil
StinrWnhiuiiialo from Wnhtuac
Hit lik O N Wilcox, lil days from San
Haw bjrtnc Geo It Ooughm, 21 days
fiom San Francisco
Stun .las Makco from Kauai
Stinr Walalealo from Kauai
Haw SS Australia, lloudlotlc, for San
Francisco at noon
Btmr Klnau for IIIlo ami way ports at
i! p m
Stair (J 11 Bisliup for Wnlanac, Walalua
ami Koolau ut'J am
Suhr Kaiilllua for Kauai
Stmr Kaala for Kltaucu anil Haiialol at
1 p in
Stmr Kilauea Hon for Hanmkua at A
VESSELS LEAVIIIC TO-M0RR0V.
Si'lir Kaiilllua for Koolau
lir bark Hatica, llnebi-rou, fbr I'iijjcI
FQREICN VESSELS IN PORT.
HUMS Kspicglu, A U Clarke, from a
II H S Mohican, Civilian, from Callao
II S S Alert, Rear Ailm Kluibcrly, fiom
U S S NMpslu. Lt l.yon, from Samoa
PSS Iroquois, llibliop, from Sail Fran
cisco l)i-r bk .Miinl, Meyer, frou New York
Ur bk lJanca. Bai-bi-row, from Glasgow
Swd bk fila, Oh-son, fiom Pott Town-
Ur bk Velocity, Martin, from Hong
For San Francisco, per S S Australia,
Oct 23 .1 Martin, V. Alexander, J K
Wiiglit anil wife, Mrs FI. Leslie, Mrs
Webster, Mrs S K lb addork ami child,
11 It 11 Priuco Henri do ltombr.ii, II It
11 Princes H de liourbon anil 2 ser
vants, Haron lleyilcbranil, Count Zllerl,
Uarimess Uerllhig, 11 11 Prince David
Kawananakoa, 11 11 Prince .1 K Kalani
nimolu, Geo II Hailey, Geo A Newhall,
Mih M.I Newball, J Ulliilbeitand wife,
Or KW Aiuleison,Mlss S llendry.Count
laiecbcsi. Miss May llailey, .1 FColburn
mul wife, Geo Lyeagiis 1) MGeilge anil
wife, Siguor Cliiarinl anil son, Mr ile
Vere, wite and 2 children, L Maya, Mr
(Jonstns and boy, sixteen performers in
Cliiarini's circus, Jno Oyer and wife
Mr Andersdorfer, Mrs Sharratt and 2
(:bildren,Miss Katie l'utnam,H 15 Emery,
Matt Berry and wife, Geo C Boniface,
.Ir, wife anil child. Steerage: Mrs Smith
:unU children, J Burke, i: O Winston,lI
Wirth, E Maguire, O S Albcit.Wm Lee,
Fred Scliolt., B C Harvey, H K Buck
ley, J Sweeney, T II Barry, II Mebuod.
and 33 others including :)1 men ot
From Kauai, per stmr Waialeale, Oct
2.") B A Maclle, Jr, N Garstin, F Ilar
rlson;V Berlowitz and 4 deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kl
nau, Oct 25 M Joseph, Mr IMcmer,
Miss Denier, Bev Harris, Bcv Mirani,
G 1' Castle, V L Tenney, Miss Lake, Mi
ami Mrs G P Wilder, Miss Nelson, Miss
Kimball, Mrs A B Kenuey, Mrs Chapln,
Mr Chapiu, P II Brooks, Mr Streuback
and wife, Miss llinike Miss G Lemon,
C Williams, Cbas Maguire, W Wright,
.1 S Smithies, Misses Holmes (2), A
Gaitenberg, Major W II Cornwell, J
iiroilie and ICO deck.
The steamer Kilauea Hon takes this
afternoon considerable machinery for
the Papaikou and Paauhau plantations.
Some of the machinery Is from the
Coast and the rest from the Honolulu
The tern W S Bowno sailed Oct 21th
for Sau Francisco with G,203 bags sugar
shipped as follows: F A Schaefer, IS!)
bags sugar; C Brewer & Co, 2,000 bags
sugar, 2,490 hides anil 1,030 skins; Theo
11 Davles & Co. 1,744 bags sugar; Castle
& Cook, 2,t!30 bags sugar; F F Porter,
400 bnelis bananas. Total tonnage, 37G
ton, domestic value, $47,160.31.
The barkentlne Discovery took Oct
24th to San Francisco domestic cargo
valued at 875,410,24, and foreign pro
duce valued at $1,70-1.55. The shippers
were: II llackfeld & Co, 0,358 bags
sugar, and 800 bans rice; C
Bolte, 433 bags sugar. Total sugar,
y,7l bags, tonnage, tilU tons.
The barkentlne Amelia sailed this
morning for Eureka.
The German bark Geo N Wilcox,
Captain V Basch, anil the Hawaiian
brlgiintlne Geo H Douglas, arrived to
day from San Francisco both 21 days.
The G N Wilcox has among, her cargo
1 1,81)2 pkgs lumber and 52,210 bricks.
The Geo II Douglas has cargo valued
The steamship Australia sailed this
noon for San Francisco with the follow
ing cargo: OAfong, 1,138 bags sugar,
W G Irwin & Co, 1,574 biiL's sugar;
llyman Bros,l,300 hags riec.srng Ohong
,& Co, 1,305 bags rice; FF Porter, 020
hnchs bananas, 1,241 hides, and 151
skins; McChesney &Co, -152 hides, and
212 skins; L B Kerr, 100 bales wool; .1
S Walker, 147 bales wool; Slgnnr Chla
rlnl, 100 tons circus materials, 22 horses,
12 ponies, 2 donkeys, 2 elephants, 4
monkeys; Campbell, Marshall & Co,
5558 hnchs bananas; M Phillips fc Co,
480 bags rice; Hawaiian Gazette, 4!tbxs
old Ivpe; J T Vaterhouc 12 bags oof
fee. 'Domestic value, $72,751 C!.
England, Sept. 0, 1880, Hcniy N.
I'aslle, of this city, to Frlila Steck
iier of Lelpslc, Germany.
HOLMES At Palama, Oaliu, October
24, 1880, after a hhort illness, Geo.
F. Holmes, of Kohala, a native of
Newton near Grantham, Lincoln
shire, England, aged S'.I years-
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
BKKOUE DOLi:, J.
FitlDAV, Oct. 2ftli.
In re bankruptcy of Clioy Tin of
IIoiiolulii,Oaliu. Petition of W. C.
Parke, the assignco, for allowance
of accounts ami discharge. Order
ed that the said assignee's accounts
he approved und that he ho dis
charged. AW C. Pailte,tlte assignee,
LOCAL & CEjIERAL NEWS.
A ni.ACK Spanish lace senrf has
HnMKMiicK Uic ilnnco of Ibc Anon
lo-morrow evening for members only.
TltKiin will be a meeting of tin
Privy Council at 11 n. m. lo-morrow.
II. II. M. S. Esfir.oi.i: went outsiili'
lo-iliiy for a few hours of laigot prac
lice. A oilKCK dinwn on Sprcckels A
Co. is nilvertiseil as lost. Payment
lias been slopped.
Capt. Jack Haley nt Inst ucconntB
was driving a tally-ho coacli between
London nnil Brighton.
It is umlcrstood that there are
twelve resignations in all from Com
pany B of the Honolulu Billos.
Tub B. M. S. Alameda is duo lo
moriow from San Francisco en route
to the Colonies with dates to the l'Jlh
Tin: annual meeting of the Plant
ers' Labor it Supply Company will
he lii-lil on Monday next at 10 o'clock
Tin: members of the lax appeal
boaids, commissioned by lliu Minis
ter of Finance for 188l),apppar in our
By Authority column.
Bokt. W. Wilcox must have hail n
good laugh over a so-called portrait
of himself in this morning's Adver
lipcr. It is nothing like him.
Mr. A. Kraft is selling out his stock
of clocks, watches, guitars, violins,
curios, etc., at a great sacrilice. Here
is a line clmncc to obtain bargains.
The annual meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will be held to-morrow evening,
at the Y. M. C. A. hall, at 7:30
o'clock. All are invited, anil refresh
ments will be served.
Mn. C. E. Barnfield the artist is
now prepared to give painting lessons
three days a week at his studio in
Sprcckels' block. Bead his card else
where for full particulars.
Tiik second game in Hie Junior
Baseball Li-ague will take place to
morrow afternoon ut Makiki between
Iolani College and Kamchamelia Jr.
It commences at liiliO p. m.
In the Police Court this morning,
the charge of larceny pending against
W. Lee, the shorthanil,reporter, was
nolle pros'il, and he departed on the
Australia for San Francisco.
Thk Post Olliee despatched by the
Australia .11)97 letters and 2:t:i0 pack
ages of papsis. This makes a total
of 1)582 letters and HO!): packages of
papers sent away since last Satur
day. . .
Tmti:r. native wonien,Mao, Ponalia
and Bahapa, charged with polygamy,
pleaded guilty in the Supicine Court
this morning and wcro cacii fined
$25 witli one month's inipiisonment
at hard labor.
H. B. II. Prince Bourbon sent
down to the Bum.i:tin office yester
day for u file of papers from October
10th to date. They were supplied to
the Prince, who expressed himself as
pleased with the Bulletin's correct
record of events that had taken place
during the stay of himself and suite.
By the Alameda due to-morrow
there will arrive tho great London
Specialty Company which will give
one performance only in the Opera
House. The box plan for the sale
of seals is now open at Mr. L. J. Le
vey's oflicc, and quite a number have
been taken. The company includes
a troupe of Arabs, a hand of Indian
warriors, a lady aerial artiste and
Fred Watson with his trained horse,
donkey and dog. The company is a
In the Supreme Court yesteulay
afternoon the case of the King vs.
Poai und 18 others for mutiny was
tried before Mr. Justice McCtilly and
a Hawaiian jury. The Attorney
General declined to prosecute 15 of
tho defendants and they were dis
charged. The three who had to
stand trial were Kanamu, Kamika
and Kuhi who pleaded not guilty.
The Judge charged very strongly
against the defendants, but tho jury
lelurued a verdict of not guilty, tlnee
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
.Service St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Hawaiian Council No. 089 A. L.
of II., at 7:30.
1'ncillc Degree Lodge No. 1, D.
Of 1$., at 7:30.
KATIE PUTNAM COMPANY.
The final performance ly the
above company last evening ut tho
Hawaiian Opera House was a. very
successful affair. The audience was
an exceedingly large one, filling the
building In every part. A placard
with the words "Standing room
only" was hung up in the vestibulo
some time before the curtain went
up. Tuo performance opened with
"The happy pair," Katie Putnam
as Mrs. Honeyton, II. 15. Kmery as
Mr. Honeyton. It was well played.
In the olio which followed Geo.
Boniface fairly brought down the
house with his topical song. He
touched on the Chinese question,
the Pearl River "disaster" and
other local matters. The perform
ance concluded with "A household
treasure," which went along very
smoothly. Katie Putnam and Geo.
Boniface caused much amusement,
the other characters being well sustained.
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 25, 1889.
WRECK OF THE CARST0N.
The following is an extract from
a letter to a resident from dipt.
Ryder of the bark Hcspcr, together
with n newspaper extract enclosed
in the letter, relating to tho wreck
of the ship Garston, the first ac
counts of which by some of the
shipwrecked crew arriving here
were rather hard on the Hcspcr:
"Enclosed you will llnd a true
account which 1 gave in regard to
the Garston. 1 understand the
mate deviated from the truth in
Honolulu about the Hcspcr not
wailing for them. You have prob
ably hoard the captain had landed
at Wallace Island. The captain
lias been here. They had a hard
lime of it. Tho mate left about 4
o'clock in tho nftcrnoon. Said ho
would not be long in going ashore.
I met one of the sailors here that
came over by the Mariposa. JIc
said they made no arrangements
that evening after the mate landed.
They must have been having a
rough time of it, when a vessel lay
under the island by daylight, some
sails clewed up, and none of thcin
came off. I would like to see that
mate think he would tell a differ
ent story to what lie did in Holm
lulu. Cviti-s Rvur.n,
From Hie Sydney Herald : By the
steamer Tarawera due from Auck
land to-day, Capt. Pye and eight
sailors arc to arrive belonging to the
wrecked ship Garston. In connec
tion with the report of the chief
olllcer, that the bark Hcspcr left
Humphrey' Island before the men
could get off, further inquiries
made of Capt. C. Ryder, master of
the Ilesper, show that the statement
is entirely wrong. The facts are
very simple. At about 4 p. m. of
August fi the mate and his native
crew communicated with the Iles
per, and the agreement was to take
off ten or so of the crew. The male
was quite in doubt as to whe
ther the crew ashore could he
induced to separate, but he left the
Ilesper without any understanding
about lying off all night. Capt.
Ryder at once, in conjunction with
Mrs. Ryder, and also the chief
olllcer of the Ilesper, sot to work to
prepare the accommodation for the
men. Night drew on, but no sign
of a boat from the shore. Captain
Ryder kept torches burning
throughout the night, and also
worked his vessel as close in shore
as prudence dictated. Instead of
ten miles distant, as reported by
the Garston mate, he was not even
live miles off. He personally pa
trolled the poop until 2 a. m., look
ing out for the promised boat, but
to no purpose. Torchlights were
kept going uninterruptedly, and
Captain Rydcu-went below from 2
to 4 a. in., leaving the chief olliccr
on the lookout. From 4 a. m. to G
a. in. Captain Ryder resumed his
watch. It had, of course, been day
light some time, and as objects on
shore could be distinctly seen from
the vessel there could be no doubt
that the bark was visible from
the shore. After patiently waiting
for fourteen hours the bark kept
away on her course, but not before
close scrutiny had been made by the
master and his chief olllcer with
binoculars of the shore, without,
however, seeing anything whatever
of an approaching boat, or anything
like it. Indeed it was with great
reluctance, and a measure of dis
appointment, that those on board
the Ilesper left, though they were
of course aware from the account
given by the mate of the Garston
that they were quite comfortably
provided for on shore.
Officers of the Junior Baseball
League are: Mr. E. D. Tenney,
President; Mr. C. Davis, Vice-President;
Mr. L. U. Lyman, Secre
tary and Treasurer. The schedule
of remaining games of the season is
Oct. 2(i Iolani vs. lvamchameha at
3 :30 p. m.
Nov. 2 Iolani vs. Punahou, 1:30
Nov. !) Valley Boys vs. Punahou,
Nov. 1(1 Kamohanieha vs. Vallev
Boys, 1:30 p. in.
Nov. 23 Punahou vs. Valley Boys,
3 :30 p. m.
Nov. 28 Punahou vs. Kainehameha,
3 :30 p. in.
Nov. 29 Iolani vs. Punahou, 3:30
Nov. 30 ICanieliaiMoha vs. Iolani,
1 :30 p. m.
Dec. 7 Kaniehaiiieba vs. Valley
Boys, 3:30 p. in.
Dec. 14 Valley Boys vs. Iolani, 1 :30
Dec. 21 Valley Boys vs. Ioluni,3:30
At 9 o'clock this morning Albert
Loomens, found guilty of treason at
the present term, was brought up
nciorc uniei -justice .Jtiiiu for sen
tence. The prisoner being arraign
ed before the bar his Honor usked
him if ho had nnything to say why
sentence should not be passed. He
replied Hint lie had nothing to say.
His Honor then said: Albert Loo
mens, you have been found guilty
by a jury of this court of the crime
of treason. Tho penalty is death.
The sentence of Ihc court is that on
the first Monday in December next,
within tho walls of the Oaliu Prison
in Honolulu between the hours of 8
a. in. and 12 in., you be hung by Hie
neck until you uro dead.
17ATH ERDamleTr'sPEotos. J. J.
Williams has for sale by special
permission at his studio, Fort street,
photographs of the lato Father Daiuhn
taken shortly before his death. Also, n
series of scientific photos of interest to
the medical faculty, 885 tf
THE AUSTRALIA'S DEPARTURE.
There wan a tremendous crowd of
people on the Oceanic Company's
wharf lo-day to witness the depart
ure of the Australia for San Fran
cisco. As the steamer left iier dock
there was the usual goodbyes and
waving of handkerchiefs. The
horses and the two elephants be
longing toChiarini's Circus had been
placed on hoard on the deck aft
dining Hie morning. The Hawaiian
band was stationed en the wharf
and played previous to the vessel
leaving her deck. A few utilities
before noon the Prince and Princess
dc Bourbon and suite arrived on the
wharf, the band playing the Aus
trian national anthem. They were
all decorated with leis and wreaths
and the Princess carried several
beautiful bouquets. The Princes
Kawananakoa and Knlanmuaolc ar
rived about the same time. They
are going to England. The Katie
Putnam troupe had not been forgot
ten by their friends, for they all
wore leis, the ladies also carrying
bouquets. That's all.
1,. .1. Lr.vm : Lnssr.i:.
ALLISON, SOI.OMAN and GAY
LORD, : : Pitoi'iiir.Tons.
On nrrlvnl or "S. S. Alameda,"
Saturday, Oct. 26.
Tho All-lcalurc Show!
Tho Acmo ol Vandovillo Poilormanco!
THE GREAT LONDON
Every Act a Novelty!
Every Perlormer an Artist!
Direct from the East en route for
Mi Hassan Troupe of Arabs !
The Sinewy Sons of the Desert.
Introducing his wonderfHl animal Mar.
vela, the Trained Horse; Donkey
and Somersault Oog.IucI;.
The Sensational Lady Aerial Artiste,
The Grotesque Comiipic,
AV. J. KOlliXjXiVW.
A Hand of GENUINE
Indian Warriors, Squaws & Pappooses
Illustrating Savage Life on the
Egyllox plan for reserved seats will he
open at L. J. Levey's ofllce on PJtIDAY,
Oct. 25th, at 1 o'clock r. m. 1580 at
MK. HAKNPIELD will give instruc
tion in PaintiiiR and Drawing at
His studio, Sprcckels' Block, on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays after,
noon, commencing October 2S)tb. The
course includes Freehand and Mecha
nical Drawing, Perspective, Etc. Draw,
ing and Shading from the object.
Monochrome Painting and Painting
from Nature, Still Life, Etc., in oil and
watercolors Letters may be addressed
to P. O. Box No. 450. 3SC lw
THE regular quarterly meeting of
the Pacific Hardware Company,
(L'd), will be held at thoir ofllce on
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 30, 188'J, at 10
O'clock A. M.
Jas. G. SPENCEK,
385 Ot Secretary.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the Uccla
Agricultural Co , (L'd), held Octo.
her 23. 1880, the following olllccra were
elected to act for the ensuing year:
A. Aschheim President,
J. P. Mendonca Vicu President,
II. Ordcnsteiu Treasurer,
A. Gartenbcrg Secretary,
The above mentioned officers compose
tho Hoard of Directors.
390 tw Secrctury II. A. O., (L'd).
TO aid the Sowing Circle of Hawaiian
ladles at Queen Emma House,
scraps of calico, woolen, muslin, linen,
blenched mid unbleached cotton cloth
will he gratefully received for the
benefit of said Hoiisq.
Miss II. S. JUDD,
Miss M. E. OHEEX.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1888. 331 1U
JSJETW -:- GOODS
OF THE LATEST FASII0tyS
Olympic Specialty Co
Offline Sleiip Coini'?.
Arrivo at Honolulu:
Alanu-du October 21J
Australia November 1ft
Zealaiidia November 1(1
Australia November 22
Al.uni'da Dei'i-niber M
Dr. M. E. GICOSUMAK,
Will return on the Australia due Nov.
ember lfith and resume practice at his
former olllce, !H Hotel street 333 til
rpilE undersigned Deputy Assessor &
L Collector of Taxes for the District
of Lahaiun, Iland of Maul, hereby
gives nollro to the tux payers of the
laid district that he will meet them at
the time and places below specified for
the iuirpoi- of receiving their taxes
WEDNESDAY, Nov. filh, 1880, at lCa-
TIIUKSDAY, Nov. 7th, 18S!, at Hono.
FRIDAY, Nov. 8th, 18S0, at Kaniic
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 13th, 18S0, nt
And all other days dm Ing the month -of
pmvemucr anil oi uecemiicr, to tuo loin
day, at his office iu the Court House at.
ay, at In
Deputy Assessor & Collector of Taxes,
District of Lnlmtna, Maui.
Lihaina, Maui, Oct. 22, 1830. 385 3v
'pilE "ELELE" Is now being published
JL in hoih Native and Kngl ibh on
trial for a period of six months. This
has greatly increased the expenses. To
meet this, ftieuds have already added
largely to our subscription lists, and Its
publication in English will he con
tinued permanently, if a few hundred
morn subscribers can be obtained. The
"ELELE" is a
Thoroughly Independent Newspaper !
Devoted to the interest of all the people
of Hawaii, without regard to Cliques,
Factions or Political Parties. The
"ELELE" Is always AVg, SfaiUiiip
and Spicy! Head it!
Say-Call at the Elele Publishing Co,
No. 03 King street, for a sample copy.
CS-Subscriptions received at tho rate
of $2 50 for the six months. Mutual
Telephone No. 544. 804 tf
J. vi. Oi
Engineer & Contractor,
Is prepared to design and contract for
all classes of Sugar Extraction Machi
nery, Irrigating Machinery, Evaporat.
ing Apparatus, Vacuum Pans, Engines
of all kinds and for all purposes, Water
Wheels, Water Conduits, both pipes
aud iimncsj, Steam Boilers of various
kinds, Railroad Material and Rolling
atock, Etc., Etc.
In all its branches r. specialty.
Plantations supplied with Chemical and
Analytical Apparatus of the very best
description to order.
BSy- Close attention paid to all orders
ami satisfaction to the purchaser gim.
rantccd. P. O. llox 380. Fort street,
Imported Direct from Havana.
O. O. BERGJEK.
The TliorougliH Stallion
Will stand at seivlco at
Rkcoiui 2;22J, Bacriuneuto, Sept. 15,
l'mimur.i'.: Marin wus sired by
Qniim's Patchen, he by Oeo. M. Pat.
clien, .Ir. ; Marin's dam by Kinigrant, he
by llllly McCrackenj Hilly McUracken
by McCrackcn's Illack Hawk, 707, (the
Biro of Lady Dnoley, and of the dam of
Overman, iltWU). McCrocken's Black
Hawk, 707, by Vermont IJhick Hawk, 5;
2nd dam by Marshall's Illack Hawk, he
by Huston's black Hawk. The dam of
Qnhin's I'alchcn by Htockhridge Chief,
he by Vermont Ulnck Hawk, 5.
R. T. Carroll of Sun FraucUco, tho
former owner'of Marin, voucIicb, that
out of jirty-alx mures Bcrved by this
horse imrlue; his Inst bcason in Cali
fornia, thhty.five proved with foal.
IMlIIi It. IHF.NltFJMJ.
OPINIONS - OF
lew Free Tontine Policv
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OK THK I'NITKD STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
rFrom tho Nkw Youk Timks, .lime 22, 1889.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a new form of
policy which, like a bank draft, is u simple promise to pay without condi
tions on the hack.
From the Chicago Invkstiuatok.
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 conies before the people with a new
contract, the like ot which has notjjefore been known in life insurance.
From the Kentucky Reoistkii, Richmond, Ky., June 28, 1839.
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 be that thousands of men who havo heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine tho new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
ITroin the Boston Post.
This company has done more than any other to simplify the assurance
contract, and to maiutain public confidence iu life assurance.
From the 1'ACiric UNiiF.itwutTEn, San Francisco, July 1, 188U.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 new plicy cannot fail to enhance ita
reputation. for enterprise and progrcssiveness in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
fiffl For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRiCHT,
330 lm General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Notice Notice! Notice!
1)YTI1E"S. S. AUSTRALIA" WHICH ARRIVED IN HONOLULU.
OCTOBER 18th, THE
RECEIVED A LARGE and VARIED STOCK OF
DRY & FANCY GOODS,
Ladies' & Gents' Furnishing Goods,
LADIES, MISSES & CHILDREN'S
BOOTS, -:- SHOES -
WHICH THE PUBLIC IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
TO INSPECT. v "
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 FOKT STJtKKT. HOXOIilJI.U.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Colgate tS Co.'s Celebrated Perfumes k Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
B U H A C H rr ,
WARRANTED GENUINE A- IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Fine Chemicals. Patent Medicines,
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
B. F. EHLEES & CO.
JUST RECEIVED PER
Laces Ac Eiintoroicleries,
IN GREAT VARIETY at VERY LOW PRICES.
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: - and -:- SLIPPERS,
Corner Hotel &Fort Streets. .
S. H. " AUSTRALIA!"
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