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MONDAY, OCT. 28, 1PS9.
(let 2rt -Sohv
Mol Wiihlno from llniunkua
Sinn Llkellku from Maul
Simr Mokolll from Molokni
Am lik Foivu .Queen, Winding, from
Am lorn Man- Dodge from Kuieka
Stfiir Mlkaliala from Ivatial
H M S Alniiii'ilu, MoKi'.D dai and lfi
hours from Sun Fi:itieioo
lluw bk l.ady Lampoon, Sodergren, 2.1
day frmn San Francisco
Solir Knullhia for Koohui .
Hr buck Ration, Baoheiow, for Fugot
Schr Mary for Hunnlel
Stinr Waiinana'o for Wahuiae ami Wai-
Ntiiir.lm Maker, for Kapaa nt u p in
Slim Mokolli foi Molokal at 5 p ui
Solir luudkciioiill for Haniakua
Schr Sarah &. KlUn for Koolau
It M S Alameda for (lie Colonies
FOREIGN VESSELS IN
II It M S l".ilegle, A C Clarke,
11 S S Molilcun. Cni;1iliui, from Callao
11 rt S Alcit, Hear Adin Khnbetly, from
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Hum- J A Cummins for Koolau at 0 a
Jituir Mlkaliala for Kauul at u p m
StnirWalale.ilc for Kllanea and ITaiui-
lel at ." p m
Stinr LlkeliUe for Mant at 5 p in
Fiom Snu FrancNoo per R M H Ala
meda, Out 27 Ml-n Maria do Unisac,
Mrs 1. A Booth, Miss Ilooih. J O Car
ter, 1 C Cook, Mrs K S Cutiha, W W
Dlmond, W 1' Dougherty and wife, S
Ktirlleh, Mts A F.miiieluth, Frank
Kioit.MisW V Hall, OF Hoi tier and
wife, Hanv 1) .lohu-on and wife, T J
King, W It Low, MlMF.lllottMcCoiribe.
MIbs Alice Mevein, Miss E Moore, F E
Nichols:, (i T Kenton and wife, Mrs X'.
Sachs, V T Sawyer, Mrs Schmidt and
daughter, S I Miaw, E F Smith, Win 11
Smith, l A Vim Tansell, .1 1. Van Tas
sell, Jas .1 Kelly, 17 steerage and 10m
In transit for tbe Colonics.
Fiom San Franciseo per bk I.adj
J.ampson, Ocl 28 J S Cottorell.
Kiom Sun Francisco per bk Foi".i
Qtien, Oct 2 Col Sam Non-U.
Fioin ICanal per "tmr Mikabala Oct
'7 K M Walsh, K Gay, A Roblusnn.
Or J K. Miilth. II 1 Fae, Mrs Koffe and
For the Colonies per R M S Al.mieda.
Oct 23 Mrs C Bertelmaiin and ." chil
dren, lsteeratfp, and 51 saloon and 54
steerage In transit.
For ruget Sound per bk Uanca, Oct
26 l)r I, Lee and wife.
ARRIVALS AT BAN PHASCIHPO :
Oct 18-City of Peking, 8 days fiom
I)Cl'AKTUm: KKOM SAN FRANCISCO:
Oct 12, brig W G Irwin for Honolulu ;
Oct 18, liktne S G Wilder for Honolulu:
bilg Imilinefor Hilo.
Auckland. Arrived Oct 12, S S Zeal
andia. The stinr W G Hull is due to-morrow.
The Mini- Mlkaliala brought yesterday
IDL'O bags sugar fiom Kauai.
'lhe Hawaiiau bark Lady Lampson,
Captain F O Sodergrcn, arrived this
morning with general morcliaiidise. for
Messrs F A Sehaefer & Co. She was
2.1 days from San Francisco.
Tbe tern Marv Dodge, which arrived
on Saturday 21 diys fiom Humboldt
with aOO.OOO'ft red wood lumber to
Messrs Wilder & Co, Is unloading her
cargo at the Fort .street wharf.
'Hie Ger bk Mimi willed yesterday in
ballast for the Sound.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
UY I.. .1. I.KVKV.
On the esplanade, 12 noon, :i
quantity of lumber used by Chiori
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a public concert this evening
at Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the
March On the Alps (ncw)....Naumaii
Overture Uerlln Lire Conr.uli
Cornet Polka A Mute Smile (new)
Selection The Ueggar Studeut. . . .
Ala Hlkl Mai. Ipo Lamic.
Fantaida A Nibt Alarm Reeves
Patrol Comical Tattoo... , . .Falubiicb
Waltz -1001 Nights Straus
Quadrille Hox aud Cox Sullivan
On thu Alameda the Van Tassel
Urns., aeronauts, with theirbiisinesa
manager, Mr. Frank Frost, arrived.
They propose to give a Imlloon as
cension and parachute jump next
Saturday. Mr. P. A. Van Tassell
prepares the balloon, while Joe Van
Tassel makes the ascension and the
jump. tAt Fresno, a short time ago,
lie jumped one mile and three quar
tern. If it is a pleasant day on Sa
turday he will go up a milo, if windy
not less than a thousand feel. Mr.
L. J. Levey will have charge of the
tlnances, so that if there is no Jump
the money will be relumed. Theso
uorouHiilH are genuine in every res
pect. Full particulars will he given
Tiik circus band and hoiiio of the
lioiaenicn did not goon the Australja.
Tbe meniboia of the baud had a con
tract with Chinrini and thoy say bu
did not pay them. They did not
hoard the steamer, and they had the
instruments with llieni. These thoy
have left at the steamship agents'
ofllce to be sent to Cliiarini in San
Francisco. On Sntunlay nine of the
men shipped for two years on tin
LOCAL & GENERAL NKWS.
Two Middle lini.'i-i' wauled.
Wmkmt Snpir Co. will have it
annual meeting on Nov. -I.
Tut: lolunis Will the Kamoluuuehu
Jr. on Sattndny liy 11 to 10.
Tin: Alameda brought twenty-m
hiiKt of mail for tho Pint Olliee.
Jas. F." Morgan will bold a huge
mIcoI initios itiul horses on Sal in day.
Mil. Uoo. llciiicninnn had been up
pointed l'itt A- Scott's nnont nt Tain.
Puksek J. U. Sutton of the-Alameda
has tin; thank of the Bn.i.rriN- foi
Tiik master for tbe Portuguese
band lias arrived by tbu Alameda
Fifty shaies of Ooknla plantation'
htoek will be sold by J. F. Morgan on
Hon. II. I. Baldwin lias veiy
kindly donated $2000 to the lCnnnia
A rnitjT and a M'cond elnsB car foi
tbe Oabu Railway iuc on the way on
IhoS. i. Wilder.
Tub Aluiucd.i brings new.- of
alight drop in tbe price of uugai.
is now 0 cents for 00 tent.
A Riri.KAHSociation lias beenfoim
eil on Maui with C. II. Dickey as
I'lesidunt, and J. AndeiKon, jr., Cap
lain. Mil. James MolCinley, brother of
the Hawaiian Consul-General at San
Francisco, died at Newcastlr, Ii.,
A piooitNKU annual Hireling of Pa
cific Sugar Mill will be held :U 10 :
m. lo-tnorrow, at the ofl'ice of F. A
Sehaefer & Co.
The weather waft to rough on leav
ing San Francisco thai tbe Alameda
could nol discharge her pilot, and
brought 1 1 i nt on to Honolulu.
The case of Robt. V. Wilcox, eon
spiiacy, camu up at J 1:15 this morn
ing in the Supieme Couit. The work
of empanelling a jury i proceeding.
Richard 12. Taylor, tbe forger, who
was exttadited fiom Honolulu has
been tentenced to three yoais' im
prisonment in the House of C'oriec
lion. Tiik baik Forest. Queen hiouglit
ft'iOKKI iii cold coin on Saturday foi
Uishop & Co. Tbe S. G. Wildcrnow
on tbe way to this poit hn 20,000
Messrs. 13gan & Gunn opened thif
morning for the first lime with :i new
stock of dry goods, etc., selected In
themselves." They did a rushing bu
siness all the morning.
At the Kawaiubao Chinch Sunday
morning, Rev. H. Jl. Paikerlbe pas
tor delivered a memorial addict
commemorative of thu Rev. Hiiam
Ringbain, tbe lirst pastor.
Mr. F. Olleil will be given a com
plimentary concort at tbe Opera
House next Saturday evening. Some
of the first musical talent of the city
will contribute to the progiamme.
In the Police Com t this morning
ten drunkd bad to pay the usual
amount. Ahing charged with larceny
of $72, the propei ty of Clnfe Hin,
was committed to the Supreme Com I.
Tiik silver cup presented by the
Hawaiian Tramways Co. as a troph;,
to the baseball champions of 1889 bus
arrived and is on view at Mr.Thomas
Lindsay's jewelry Htore, King ulreel.
An excellent picture of Hay Wode
bouse, catcher ol the Honolulu Uasr
ball Club, appears in tbe Philadel
phia Sporting Life of October Kith.
It is the leading baseball paper in the
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Seniior A de Souza Canavano,
Poituguese Commissioner, lias ic
ceived official notice of the death of
the King of Portugal. Tbe govern
ment, diplomatic and consular Hags
ait- (lying nt half mast to day out of
lespect to the late King.
Tiik King diiectcd the kind not to
give the usual conceit at the palace
this motning, on account of the
death of tlfe King of Portugal, but
lequested that it would play on the
wharf, at tbe dopartuio of the Ala
Mn. K. B. Thomas writes uh home
ward bound on lhe Cuuard tiumer
ICtruria, having bad a splendid tima
and received much benefit in bis tin
vols. He expects to be in Honolulu
about the 7th of November. Mi.
Thomas is thanked for an immense
lot of English papeis.
. . - .
At Visalni, October 12th, Harry
J. Agnew's Emma Temple won the
fiee for all trotting race in 2:25, 2:2(i
and2:2IU, His Mink, well known
bi'io, also" won a race at the same
meeting in 2:2(1, 2:28j and 2:2'JJ.
Harry, is in gifal luck just now.
At a meeting of the Chinch Choir
Guild held in Loudon, Sept. 21st, the
degree of Follow was oonfuiied upwu
Sir George Elv'f-y, Mr. Frederic II,
Cowen, and Mi. Wray Taylor of Ho
nolulu, This entitles them to the
diploma of tlio Guild, to ue the
letters F O. C. G. after Ihnir numes
aud (o wear the budge mid hood. The
latter is of ciimsou silk edged with,
A ri:Y copies of "Barnes' Hawaiian
Geography" bavo been received by
the Hoaid of Kducatioii, and a full
sujiply will shortly be lecoivcd. It is
nicely illustrated from photographs
and has live handsome- mapB. Hon.
W, J. Bniith, Seciotary of the Boaid
of F.dueation, has kindly shown us a
copy of the woik, The geography is
well piiuled in clear type, the pub
lishms being A.S.lUiitfs A Co., New
Voik mn Clilcigo,
DAILY lUTMilBTMNi tlOKOMTljir, H. T,, 0(yP0BWl?;2, 1830.
BUSH DOHTEMPT CASE.
IM'leiiitaiit t'niiiid (aiillf)
rtneit 10l villli t'lmU.
Tlio matter of John K. Hush, con
tempt, caiiH' up in the Supreme
(..'out this morning before the Chief
Justice. Hush is charged with pub
lishing certain articles in lva Oiaio
ami Ka Leo o ka Lahui calculated
to bring the Court into ridicule, etc.
Hush tiled an answer that at the
time lie was not editor and publisher
of the Ka Leo o ka Lahui and there
fore not responsible. lie was pub
lisher of the Ka Oiaio and the arti
cles contained therein would not
bring him into contempt.
Attorney-General Asliford said
the seiies of articles which appeared
in the papers on Hie prosecutions,
tended to prejudice the public and
obstruct the administration of jus
tice and bring the Court into ridi
cule and bad" odor. Bush's denial
of responsibility would have to be
proved and he would call witnesses.
S. K. Kane sworn, staled I know
Hush. At present time he publishes
the Ka Oiaio at his house, Printers'
lane. I know the Ka Leo o ka La
hui. Have had conversation with
Hush about his newspaper enter
prises. Ka Oiaio Mas Hie first pub
lished. It is a weekly. Bush in
conversation said it would bcThelter
to have a daily paper.
Cross-examined The Ka Leo o
ka Lahui says that Mikasobo and
Kauoa are tbe publishers.
By the Court The articles in the
weekly read different from the daily.
W. C. Acbi sworn, stated 1 know
Bush, he is publisher of the Ka Oia
io, and another paper Ka Leo o ka
Lahui comes from his olllce. 1
asked Bush why lie put Mikasobe
and Kauoa in as editors, as people
did not trust them, lie told tne In
put them while the trouble with
the conspiracy cases lasted, when
they were over he would put in his
own name. He said some time
after lie was making' money on the
ka Lahui. 1 have charged Bush
with libel, the article first appeared
in the Lahui, then after in the Ka
Several copies of Ka Oiaio and
Lahui were offered as evidence and
the Attorney-Oeneral rested his
For the .defendant the following
witnesses weie called:
S. P. Kanoa sworn, stated I
have a small interest in the Ka Leo
o ka Lahui, Mikasobe is the editor,
I am his assistant. e are responsi
ble for the articles, lsusu has no
thing to do with the management.
Hush is editor and manager of the
lva Oiaio. Botli papers ar.e issued
from Bush's residence. I handle
the cash. Articles for the Leo o kn
Lahui are not submitted to Bush.
Frank Metcalfe took my place on
the paper last week.
Cross-examined I was assistant
editor and wrote some articles.
John Sheldon wrote those two arti
cles (pointed out in the paper). 1
had a weekly salary, paid myself as
I had the money. Kept the balance
for the next week. Made a settle
ment to the proprietors. Bush is
one of them. Sometimes dividends
were paid. tThc stockholders in the
Ka Leo o ka Lahui are Bush, Ka
noa, John Sheldon' and Metcalfe. 1
understood there were four shares
aud 1 owned one. 1 put in 8o0.
The press and apparatus belong U
Bush. The articles in one paper
were transferred to the other. That
was because we were short of type.
The two papers have been consider
ed one tiling as far as the issuing is
concerned. The same men set up
the type for the two papers. I pnj'
all the men.
John E. Bush sworn, stated I
deny the statement of W. C. Aclii
that Mikasobe and Kanoa's names
were to appear during the insurrec
tion trials and mine after. I have
an interest in the Ka Leo o ka La
hui. Mikasobe aud Kanoa are the
responsible publishers. 1 am re
sponsible for the Ka Oiaio. I have
no control of articles published in
the Lahui nor are they submitted to
me. Why articles appear in the
Lahui from the Oiaio is because we
get short of matter. Kanoa handles
the caBh for Lahui. They pay me
for publishing it when they can.
Had money from him on account,
had no settlement. My intorest in
the Lahui is held for my
children. I used some of their
money. Mikasobe and Kanoa
have asked me for advice ami I told
them to bo careful. I got the in
spiration in writing the article "Ni
nau Pili Aupuni" from a. communi
cation In the Bui.i.ktin. The reports
ot the trial I look from the Bui.i.k
Cross-examined I am responsi
ble for everything written in the
Ka Oiaio (a copy of Ka Oiaio of
August Dili was here shown the wit
ness, with a local stating that "our
daily will be published in the morn
ing." I suppose it irieuut Hie Lahui.
The paper is not published on Satur
day for I observe that day as Sab
bath. Mr. Rosa said that Bush had no
icsponsibilityiu the Lahui, and no
control over the articles issued.
Those in the Oiaio he was responsi
ble for, but there was nothing in
lliem to bring the Court in contempt.
The tu tides that appeared in both
papers were there without Hush's
knowledge and authority. In view
of all the circumstances Bush should
Tho Attornoy-General said that
Bush's own testimony stamped him
as the responsible party for the arti
cles in the Lahui as well as for the ex
istence of the paper. One thing was
I stiauuu, thu siuillatity of tht-ailicles
mwwwuui i mwr
and I lie identity .of typo in both
paliors. An exhaustive argument
would be unnecessary.
His Honor the Chief Justice said
lie logrolled the case hail taken so
long and Irangressed on tho busi
ness of the Court, but lie could nol
say it was less important. A far as
the responsibility of Bush was con
cerned It had been proved to his en
tire satisfaction that hu was respon
sible. It rntlicr tniule uiaitois look
worse to put forward such insignifi
cant men as Mikasobe and Kauoa.
One article commented on a pending
trial and that gave the Couit juris
diction, the language in that attic!e
is that nine-tenths of the populace
sympathize and have the idea that
ilcox was to sacrifice Ills life or his
libeity, not necessarily his life for
his love of country and that they
arc Christians, but those who take
other view, the oilier one-tenth aie.
murdering anti-Chrisls. It was
written to prejudice the Ilawaiians.
The Court invites ,fair criticism on
all sides. He would not allude to
the special hostility to himself in the
paper. This case deserved notice
from the Court, and" ho thought
Bush expected it. The only thing
was as to the punishment. Mi chief
had been done and the Attorney
General was quite right iu bringing
the articles to the notice of the
Court. There was no appeal and
that was why he desired In lake a
merciful view. The sentence of the
Court would bo a line of S100 and
to pay the costs o'f those proceed
ings.' The papers would be watched
and if any articles were repeated,
whoever was responsible would bo
sentenced to a term ol imprison
ment. R. M. S. ALAMEDA.
The Royal Mail Steamship Ala
meda arrired at 5:00 o'c'ock Sun
day evening, C days 1G hours and
12 minutes from Sun Francisco..
Left the latter port Monday Oct.
2lst, at 2 a. m. First -I days expe
rienced strong S. W. aud westerly
winds. Thence moderate N. W.
and N. E. winds. She brought :(.
cabin and 17 steerage passongeis
for Honolulu, and had in transit for
the Colonics ."l cabin and .11 steer
age passengers. The Alameda left
for thu Colonies shortly after 10
o'clock this morning. j
Mr. J. O. Carter returned on the
Alameda looking well and happy.
Mrs. N. S. Sachs is back from a
pleasant two months' visit among
friends in California.
Mr. T. J. King, manager of lhe
Union Feed Co., lias evidently enjoy
ed his trip to the Coast, judging
from his appearance.
Mi8s Elliott McCombe has come
to spend two months in the islands
as the guest of lion, and Mrs. J. S.
Walker. Miss McCombe is a sister-in-law
of Purser Sutton of the Ala
meda, and has visited Honolulu be
Mr. F. E. Nichols of the Hawai
ian News Company roturned on tin
Alameda in goad health. lie hasi
purchased while away a magnificent'
stock of holiday goods and novelties.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Kenton, Hon.
C. F. and Mrs. Horner and Mr. W.
W. Uimond have returned from the
Coast in improved health.
Duncan C. Ross, an all-round ath
lete, Professor Donaldson, a well
known sporting man, Capt. Brewer,
champion wing shot, and E. C.
Holske, a pedestrian, were through
passengers on the Alameda.
(By Mn. Boniface, in Hawaiian
Opera House, Oct. 24, 1839.)
Pearl Harbor, for picnics the boss
place thoy say.
That's all. That's all.
But not to spend night there, as well
as the day.
That's all. That's all.
We wentdown in a steamer, and such
fun we had,
Going down was all right, but oh
'twas too bad
To gel stuck in' lhe mud, as we did,
like a crab.
That's all. That's all.
Wo'd ananged for to go and hoar Miss
That's all. That's all:
But remained at Peail llnilmr, in
stead, and got "soup."
That's all. That's all.
I left that there steamer and lencbtd
the dry land,
And shiv'ring with cold Mood for
hours on the sand
Till near midnight. You bet the
whole thing it was grand.
That's all. That's all.
If you want to icbol bo sine of iuc-
That's all. Tlmt'h all.
If you aint you aie likely to gel in a
That's all, Thai's all.
Von might hang foi "tieason" if a
stranger you bo,
Or at least spend some y-ni on the
leef by tlio sea;
Or you might get an ollice with a fH
That's all. That's all.
The "Chinese Restriction Act" must
come in foico.
That'b all. That'rt.all.
The mechanics all say "it's a intiltcr
That's all. That's all.
But I think notwithstanding the
spouting of "K,"
And all bis siippoileis can do or can
The opulent pin u tor will have his own
That's all. That's all.
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Lodge Lti Pi ogres de I'Oceniiie at
Fntnrhro, Oil. HI, r? S,
A Washington despatch oj the
18th says: Secretary Blaine will nol
speak regarding Germany's alleged
refusal to recognize Mataafa at Sa
moa. It is silted that the United
Stales cannot take strong ground if
Germany makes tills stand. Ger
many yielded Tamasese, her favoiite
for kingship, and everything else in
the negotiations, and it is nol sur
piising Unit she objects to this de
fiance to MalietoA shown in Mala
afn's election. It is thought thai
the United States will try to get him
Fuller details of the riot on Na
vassa Islands, in which live white
Ameiicaus were killed by negro la
borers, show that the trouble first
arose between a negio and Superin
tendent Ruby over the quantity of
food furnished. A general uprising
followed, and the whiles kept the
blacks at bay for several days. The
blacks promised they would return
quietly to work it the whiles would
disarm, ami this was, foolishly as
sented to. The result was that live
were killed and the remaining six
Green B. Itauni of Illinois has
been appointed Commissioner of
Pensions iu place ot Corporal Tan
ner, llauiu is a prominent member
of the G. A. R.
The guns of the Vesuvius threw
shells containing 200 pounds of dy
namite one mile with reasonable ac
curacy. The rapidity of tiro was
Scientific circles iu Washington
question the wisdom of sending the
war ship Pensacola to Africa with a
party to observe the eclipse of the
sun. It is contended that nothing
new can bo ascertained about an
Arrests continue iu connection
with the Cionin murder iu Chicago,
but the jury has not been filled up.
Excitement is on the increase.
Clement Garrett Morgan, a color
ed man, has been elected class ora
tor for the senior class of ' Harvard
Judge Horton of Chicago is con
vinced that Mrs. Cliisholm used
fraud to obtain her diverce fiom
(Jhisliolm. She is now married to
Goo. Foster, Minister of Marine in
the Dominion Cabinet, although the
Canadian laws are not supposed to
recognize foreign divorces.
The Sixth Corps, which France
proposes to double on account of tire
increase of German garrisons in
Alsace-Lorraine, is now centered at
Nancy. Eastern railway facilities
will be doubled on lines miming
from Lille, Lynns and Besancou to
the German frontier.
Doni Luis I., King of Portugal,
died at 1 1 a. m. Oct. 19. He was
about 51 years of age and is suc
ceeded by Crown Prince Carlos.
Duke of Brnganza, who was married
to a daughter of the Count of Paris
Parnell is in better health and pre
dicts the fall of the Salisbury Gov
ernment at the next session or at
that of 1801.
An attempt was made to wreck a
train on which ex-Queen Natalie of
Servia was traveling in Roumauia.
Cardinal Rampolla, in & circular
letter to the Catholic powers, pro
tests against the attacks of Premier
Crispi upon the Vatican.
Gladstone is iu line health and
spirits, and confident of success iu
his light for Irish home rule. Thu
Dublin Express says, Chamberlain
aud his followers are at loggerheads
with Huntington and the rest of the
Liberal Union party.
Prince Ilalzfeldt anil Miss Hunt
ington, daughter of the American
railway king, were to be married at
Bromptou, England, on the 28th
Before the two Emperors separat
ed in Germany they agreed on an
other mooting, Emperor William
promising to attend the Russian
army maneuvers in 1890.
M. C. A. book-keeping cas
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I
F. at 7:30.
O. ol O.
J7ATHER Duuilen's Photos. .1. J.
. Williams has for sale by special
permission at his studio, Foit street,
photographs of tho lute Futher D.iuiien
ukeu shortly before his Month. Also, u
serlca of ueloDtille photos of interc-u to
the medical faculty. .'165 tf
JUST locelvcd Celebrated Fooehow
Teas, diicct from China; a spleii
did in-borlmeiit of fiuo Teas: The lla
wailan Mixture, iu jj Hi packages; Tho
Rose Brand Tea, In i II. packages, de
linlitfiilly fragrant; Extra Superfine
Muck Tea, 10 11. boxes in bulk ; FirM
Crop 18MM6'.Ht Congou, In 10 ll boxen,
It paekages to a pound; to he hud only
ol Go isalvos & Co , Honolulu. :t'i2 if
rpiIF. rej'iihir ipmrlcrly nirotiu;; of
1. lhe Piielllu llurdwuru Company,
,I,M), will he ln-hl at their olllce on
WKDN'F.SDAY, Oct. :J0, 1SMU, at 10
o'clock A. M.
.Ja. t. SPKNOER,
385 fit Secrclaiy.
JL holders i
K oi tne oiocK.
holders of thu Walkapu Snir
Co. will bo held at the olllce of G. )',
Macfarlune i: Co., on MU.NDAY, Nov
tth.ut 11 o'clock a. m.
Wm. m, graham,
Honolulu, Oct. 18SJ,
OPINIONS - OF - THE - PRESS
New Free Tontine Po!
Equitable Life Assurance Sock
OF THE UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
fFroin tbe New Youk Times, June 22, 1889.
The Equitable Life Assurauce Sooletyjias ndopted a new form of
policy which, like a bauk draft, U a simple promise to pay without condi
tions on the back.
fFiotu the Chicago iNVtsrioAroH.l
Always on the alert, and ever auxiotis to give the public thi most
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurauce So
ciety of Now York has, iu Hie past, made many advances on old methods
and has been the means to liberalize life assurance iu a greater degree
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at nil surprising, there
fore, that this groat company now comes before tho people with a ueir
contract, the like of which lias uot before been kuowu in life insurance.
Kiom the Kknti'CKV Rkiiisteii, Richmond, Ky., June 'IS, 1839.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society lias, in the pasfc, done uiorc to
create and inahilain confidence iu life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it lias uow taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of tlio chnraoter referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will bo that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
iu life assurance, will examine tin now policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
rFrom the Boston Post.)
This company hai done more than any other to iimplify tho assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life a3urnnet-.
Kiom the I'u'tr it- Ustu:uwKiTi:i:, San Franc'eco,.liily l, lbiW.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 policy cannot fail to cjibaacV its
reputation for enterprise and progressiveness iu dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
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