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MONDAY, NOV. 11, 1P89.
' . , ARRIVALS.
Hlinr Mlkahala from Kauai
SI mr Kil.iucn lion from Ihimnkua
Htmr l.chiia bum Hawaii
Slmr Mokolli from Mnluksu
Hi'lir Mniy fiom Kauai
Stinr Llkellke for Maul at r p in
Hum-J .V Cummin for Koolau at 11 a m
Rtuir Wnlinamdo for Wnlannc ntul Wal-
.Selir R-ilnbow for ICoolau
Slmr Mokolli for Molokal at 5 p m
Ruhr Ivulamanu for Wnhnca, Kauul
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stun- W G Hall for Lahaina, Mnalaea,
Knna. Kan and tint Volcano at 10
o'clock n in
Stmr lVlo for Kona poits at 11 a in
Slmr Mlkahala for Kami! at f p m
StinrWnlulealo for Kllauea nml llana
loi at (p m
From Kauai, per tinr Mlkahala, Nov
10 W I") Schmidt, J 1) Ticg1o.ui, .1 K
Kai ley. F Harrison, K 1- Kauai anil
wife, Hr S Terry, Mis Frcdonbcig, :t
Chinese, ami fit) dock.
' FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
11 II M S Espleglc, A C Clarke, fiom a
U8S Mohican, Coghlan. from Callao
1JSS Aloit, Hear Ailni Khnbcrly fiom
U S S Xlpslc. l.t Lyon, from fc'nmoa
USS Iroquois, Bishop, fiom Sail Finn-
Swil hk Id.i, OIosoii, from l'oit Towu-
Am lik Foiest Queen, Winding, fiom
Am brgt W O li win, McOulloch. from
Am bkt S G Wilder, Gillllths, from San
Haw bk V It Godfrey, Dabel, fiom San
The steamer Mokolli brought (!" hags
sugar, 1 12 s-hecp, 10 pigs, and liG barrels
Tlie hrigantlnc W G Irwin will leave
for San Francisco about next Satin day.
The schoomr Mary is having a new
fotsmast put iu at 1011111105' whaif.
Purser IlenicU of the steamer Wni
alcale has lcslgncil his position and Mr
Fred Wilhchn has been appointed to
(111 the vacancy.
The steamer Kllauca Hon arrived on
Saturday evening from Ilamak.a in
ballast, fchc Is now on the Muiinc Hail
way. The American brlgantlno Lurlinc,
Ciptain MaHou, arrived at Ililo, lla-
wall!, on Monday from San Francisco
with merchandise valued at $lU,4nL fn
eluding 1121 oils barley, :5S3 bids Hour,
18 U .sacks bran, 0"5 bales hay, ISO ctls
wheat, and 9,038 feet lumber.
The .steamer Mikuhala brought yes
teulay S40 bags sugar, and -J00 bags
rice, and also 150 sheep from Nlihau.
THE SAUVLET CONCERT.
Following is tlie programme of the
concert to be given Saturday even
ing, the lGth inst., by Prof. Sauvlot
at the Opera House :
Overture -La dame Blanche.. Hoieldleu
Itoyal Hawaiian Band.
Piano Solo Concerto Weber
Piof. Sauvlct with aecompauimcut of a
second piano by Miss Castle, and a
string (inintetto by Messrs. .1. W.
Yarndley, Hr. Day, J. F. Brown, D.
Naone and II. Bergcr.
Duet Aimo e'est viore Cnmpana
MUses Dor.i Dowsett ii Mabel Bliodes.
Piano Solo Travlata Achcr
Song Das herr am Rhein
Mr. Paul Isenberg, Jr.
Aleiji Mai eh for two pianos Sauvlct
(Dedicated to II. M. Emperor of Japan)
Misses Castle A; McGioiv, Tarn McOrew
and Prof. Sauvlct.
,-otto I Sauvlet
Pi of. Sn inlet. '
INTCHVAI. or 10 MINUTl'.S.
I'hino Solo Moic Thalbcrg
Song Heav'n hath shed a tcar.Kucken
Miss Aland Khodcs with violin and
piano accompaniment by Air. Yarnd
ley and Prof. Sauvlet.
fa. Melodic. Kubenstein
Piano Solos- h. Chant du Solr
Song Bcreetiso Alaupeon
AIls Dora Dowsett with violin, organ
and piano accompaniment by Alessrs.
Yarndloy, Al. If. Jones and Prof.
,.... L..1.. f a. La Gu.clln. Hoffman
x-iuiiu (3"ni ,, ri.i...,i..
I. ... Ull
Pong Glial It y llosslnl
Sirs. Pnty, Mis. Drown, Misses Patch,
Parke, Doweolt, Nolle and Rhode.
Kalakaua March Sauvlet
(Dedicated lo II. M. King Kalakaua.)
Koyal Hawaiian Hand.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a public concert this evening
at Emma Squnre, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the
Overture Scinlramldo Rossini
Duet II Trovatoro Verdi
M Iserere II Trovatoi o Verdi
Selection 1 1 Trovatoro Vei dl
Poll Piimehiinn, Kim Lei Oiinoua, Lihl
ICal o Olielo
Medley Tho Black lb Igade Beyer
Holiottlsehe College Hoys Fofcgatu
Cornet Polka Two Postilions, Wieguu.
V'alt5 Leliiat Sounds Lsibiuky
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC.
Bond Concort at Emma. Square, at
Y. HI. C. A. book-keeping class
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I. O. of O.
J at 7:110.
tUUAU & leCRAL HEWS.
Mh. Justice. Biekoi Ion eIU at GhniU
lets this week.
Hon. and Mi?, Joint Una have a
card of (hanks elsuwhcro.
A iii.ari: silk unibiclla was lost at
tho baseball grounds on Saturday.
A nitow.s horsO bianded
been lost. Hero's 11 chance
'l'linur. will bo a puity on the I'. S.
S. Mohicmi Wt'ilni'silny aflciiioou
fiom 2 lo fi.oVliiel:.
M it. .las. F. Mot gun's auction -air-on
Saturday was well nllendod, lull
the bidding wur cry slow.
Tiik Muyhow who had lo pay a iino
in the l'olico Couit on Saturday for
diunkonnuss was not E. E. Muyhow.
Tin: Temple of Fashion has an ini
poilaut notice elsowlu'io lesjiccting
tin anival of now goods by the Aiib
lialia. Unsiox C. S. lliploy, well known in
Honolulu, lias been oideicd to icpoit
forduly utthi' F.iistFloiida Si'iiiiiiiny,
Quitk a number of tickets linvo al
1 oady been sold for tin Han viol con
ceil. Tin bo plan is still open at
Mr. Levey's ollicc.
Pitni'ARi: yourself for rainy weather
by stepping into Goldbcig's store and
purchasing a genuine mackintosh
coat and an umbiclln.
On Wednesday at 10 a. in., Mr.
Levey will hold a special sale at his
auction 100ms of dry goods, clothing,
crockery and glasswaie, and at noon
cases of English ale.
Tin: blue Hag with the letter M is
Hying from Engine Co. No. 1 pole,
sj that it is evident theie is a special
meeting there this evening, piobably
on election niattois.
Suvkkai. yachting parties wont to
l'carl llaibor on Saturday and Sun
day. One of tho parties Hint went
down on Siituiday did not get back
until Sunday night, on account of
Tin: S. S. Australia !r due on Fii
day fiom San Francisco with nine
teen days' later news. Tho S. S.
ealandia is due Satuiday morning
fiom the Colonics on ionic to San
Noon day meetings aio being hold
at the Y. M. C. A. this week, it being
the week of piaycr for young men
and Y. Al. C. A.s tbioughout the
world. Thoy commence at 12 :0.1 and
conlinuo Unity minutes.
No'iniNT. of public, inteicst was
done at the Boaid of He.iUh mooting
this morning. It was stated at the
meeting that there was a scarcity of
cattle on Alolokai, which will lead tho
Board to advertise for a supply.
Tins is the last week of Sachs'
mammoth clearance salo anil the last
chance for big bargains. Those who
havo not yet taken advantage of tho
sale, should not delay in calling and
sco tho bargains that are offered.
Tun rails of tho Onhu laiboad aio
being lapidly laid. Between noon of
Thuisday and the noon of Saturday
last, over one mile of ties and mils
was plncod in position under the per
sonal supervision of Mr. 15. F. Dil
lingham. It was the intention to have stalled
the house electric lights Saturday
night, but the box covering tlie water
wheel leaked, causing n postpone
ment. Repairs aie being made and
it is piobablo that evoiything will ho
in working older by Tuesday night.
Tun Blue Itibbon League had a
very good entertainment at (bo Y.
M. C. A. ball Satuiday evening, tho
1'iesidont, Itev. II. II. Gowen, in the
chair. A song by Miss Patch and a
duet by Miss Bight and Levi Lyman
wore well rcndeied and oncoicd.
Rev. S. E. Bishop delivcicd the ad
diess. Tin; baseball game on Satuiday bo
tween the Punahousnnd Valley Boys
was largely attended. Tho Punahous
scoicd 111, Valley Boys 11. One of
the members of tho Hawaii Leaguo
coached tho Puntibous for about half
the gamo, which is continry to all
baseball rules, and the Valloy Hoys
should havo protested.
AwAitUANTwas sworn out on Sa
tuiday for tho arrest of a marino who
had deserted fiom tho U. S. 8, Nip
sic. A native policeman nrrcstod
tho murine but instoad of taking him
to tho Station house, went with him
to Waikiki mid tho baseball match.
Finally whon tho mutter became
known tho marino was locked up,
and tho policeman ban since been
Mu. A. T. Atkinson, Inspcctoi
Gcneral of Schools, returned to town
on Satuiday on tho Likolike, Ho
lias been absont feovon weckb, and
during that timo litis made a ciicuit
of tho schools on tho islands of Molo
kai, Lnuai and Maui. Mr. Atkiiihon
found tboin in very good condition.
There was much enthusiasm among
tho teachers, and tho difl'eront school
agents aio looking well after tho
A vi:u v pleasant hiithday paity
was givon by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W.
O. Jones nt their icsidoncu, Pnliuna,
on Satuiday afternoon. It happens
that tho nnnivorsarii's of fivo of their
childii'ii falls within this mouth,
making their celebration all together
quito nppropiiato. Theio was a lino
feast of good things on tho occasion,
to which a largo number of fiiimds
gathered. Tho juvonilo guests had a
raro lot of fun before and .after their
cntcitnimurnt at the tables.
LUlLY MJM.B'!Mi ilQtfQiiUhU, 11, 1m iiOYMUMit Hi
tinl'utu: ,ti;m, t . .)
JIdSMlAY, NOV. lltll.
Pclcr KiUiooliuli vs. .I0I111 Ila
inaiiku ct al. ICjectnioiil. Jury
waived. Suggestions of dcalli of
John llainaiiku.. I'aalaa 11a
innului, widow, anil Ktlivin, lo
kepa, anil Keoni, minor cliildicn,iiro
ordurcil substilutfd in the place of
John llainaiiku. A. 15osa for plain
tiff; V. (). Smith for defendants.
In re eslato of Samuel Hnriisnn.
1'otilioii of Frederick llanison, ail
ininistrator, tor allowaiicc of ac
counts, discliaijre and Ilnnl order of
(listrihutioti. The Court orders the
accounts npproved and administra
tor discliaiged. Cecil Hi own for
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
Tlie following arc hooked lo leave
for the Coast at the ollicc of Win.
O. Irwin & Co. :
l'or S. S. Zcilandia, November
ICtli: W. A. Whitnig, Dr. M. O.
Harris, Kobert llalslcad, Mrs. M.
R. (.iuinaii, Mrs. C. IMoselcy, It. (J.
Per S. K. Australia, November
22(1: H. L. Tcniiey, Miss Yomip-,
Miss M. J. I.owden, Mrs. I. (J.
Tcwksbury and child, J. McCarthy
The warships now in "naval row"
in this port are ranged in Hie follow
ing order, beginning fiom the light
II will be seen thai the initials
spell the name of the State where
the American Minister Resident
(lion. J. Ij. Stevens) conies from
Maine likewise the State of the
American Secretary of Slate, Mr.
Blaine. The last-named ship is
British, the others arc all American.
Should the Britisher leave befote any
other, the "main" part of the
acrostic will still rc-mrti'ii.
CIVE THE BOYS A CHANCE.
Kmtoi: Bum.kti.s-: Now that the
boys have formed a baseball league
the games should be played in suoli
a manner as to give the boys a fair
show, and not pit a member of one
of the big nines, and a college pro
fessor, against a nine made up of
boys from 12 to 17 years of age. In
the game of Saturday the Valley
Boys were overmatched in weight,
by the bo3s in the Punaliou nine
without tlie addition of Bissel anil
Perry. I do not know what the
league rules arc on this point, but
there certainly should be a rule liar
ring 110 or -10 year old boys from a
match with youngsters from 12 to
17 years "Give the boys a chance."
Nov. 11, 18S0. S. II. W.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Fifteen drunks had to pay the
KuulaJ was charged with Eclling
Rpirituous liquor without' a license
on Sunday, November 10th. lie
pleaded guilty, and as it was his first
offense, asked the Court for leniency,
lie was lined $100 with SI costs.
Kaloi pleaded guilty to a charge
of assault and battery on "a public
officer, in the discharge of his duty,
to wit, a policeman. The Court
fined him $20 with twenty days' im
prisonment nt hard labor.
Ah Long was charged with hav
ing opium unlawfully in possession.
Remanded to the 12th.
Hi'KimiiDH ot people weio up
Punchbowl yesterday. Tho now
road leading theie is proving to bo a
AnvnicrisiNO iu tho Rui.i.r.Ti.v pays
every time. A gentleman inserted a
notice in Saturday's issno of a cot
tage to lent. The cottage was touted
a few bonis later.
I7ATHER Damien's Photos. .1. J.
? Williams has for sale by (special
permiss-ion at his studio, Fort street,
photographs of the lato Father Damlcn
taken shortly before his death. Also, a
serlci of scientific photos uf interest to
tho medical faculty. 3815 tf
ON Saturday last nt tho Iiaseball
Ground a Black Silk Umbrella.
A reward will bo given to the finder on
delivery nt this ollicc. .101 3t
A BROWN HORSE
for Ihe return of which
a reward will bo paid
CERTIFICATE of Slock, No.
Mutual Toleohono Coinnanv.
persons nro hereby cautioned against
uouoilatini; for tho same. Flndor will
plea?e deliver to O. O. Beiger's olllce,
Mi reliant street. 3t)i lw
OOTTAGE of four rooms
and kitchen In or out of
town. Family of
MIL. I. M. OAMARA, Jit., has re.
moved to tliuotllco of iliu I'ortu.
guese Consulate, Room 10, Hpreckcls'
Block, Fort street, 400 lw
r w mwtW?f4
,7 t . wi
Auction Sales by James I Morp,
Auction Bale of Leases of
tuildii Lois !
On WEDNESDAY, Xov. 1,
AT 1)4 O'CLOCK XOOX,
At inv 8ii1rroin, Queen street, bvnnlcr
of II. It. II. hiliunkalfini, I will
' M'll at l'ubllo Auction,
Tim Lease l'or 20 Years !
Of the following Desirable HulMIng
Lots, suitable for residences, situated at
Waikiki, on the main road, and being a
portion of tho Wniklki property of II.
It. II. LIlluokRlnni:
LOT A i7el7"i feot front and ISC feet
deep; this Lot ndjoins tlio
bridge and is on tlie main
roud leading to the Park.
'1 lie Lot is fenced.
LOT B Adjoining Lot A, hns a front,
nge of l'JO feet on main loud,
anil is 180 feel deep.
LOT C Mljoining Lot It, trontaceof
120 feel on main load, 18(1
I eel deep.
LOT D Adjoining Lot C on main
innil. lias 120 fet frontage
ami a depth nl 18(1 feet.
LOT E Sio 1 10 reel by JIC0 feet, at
rear of Lois A, It, C, I); lias a
f i outage en a new road 35
Icet wide, conncctiiiK with
main road to Park.
LOT F Adjoining Lot K; bIzo 140 by
LOT G Ail joining Lot F; size 140 by
H Adjoining Lot O ; size 140 by
Adjoining Lot II; size 140 by
these Lots arc level and well
planted with gr.iia. The Waikiki Cars
inn past the front of the Lots.
'I lie Lots aie situuted about ."0 feot
from the beach.
Parties purchasing any of these Lots
illl leceivo gratis n 20 year lease ol'tO
teet of laud on the bench, for election of
bnlh.liouscs and bathing facilities.
Hcnts payable semi-annually in ad
A Chart of tho Properly can bo seen
at my Salesroom.
SyFor further particulars apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
331 22t Auctioneer.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .If..
At tlm residence of I. Q. TFAVKSUUKY,
School street. 1 will sell nt
The Entire Househ'd Furniture
Black Walnut Parlor Sat,
Upholstered in Raw Silk & Plush;
B. W. Mnrblc-lop Center Table,
Iirge Center & Sofa Rugs,
Panel PICTURES &PAINTINGS
Decorated Hanging Lamp,
Lacu Curtains & Lumbrequiap,
Collection of Books,
Washington Irving's Woiks,
Memoirs of Grant & Sheridan,
Flora of Hawaiian Islands, Etc.
1 Oak Marblctop Ikdronm Sel,
Mattrases, Mohimilo Nets,
1 15. W. Desk.
1 Domestic Sawing Machine
1 "Coinptess" Stove & Ulcnsili,
Refrigerator, Meat Safe,
1 Caniiy Hird. A lot of
Etc., Etc., Etc.
C? Premises will be open for inspte.
lion on Wednesday, Nov. l?!lb, from 0
a. m. to 3 r, M.
JAS. P. MOKGAN,
Dr. M. 13. GROSSMAN,
Will return on the Australia due Nov.
ember 1Mb and resume practice at ids
former ollicc, US Hotel street. 383 Id
A BLACK Saddle
XJL Horse. A good
traveler, single footer,
sound and ccntlc. An.
- P'y at this ollico,
TTCUUNISHKI) Rooms to let.
I J? southwest corner of
Punchbowl and Hcictnuia
streetb, would bo very convenient for a
small family. 255 Cm
piIE underbigned, assignee in lnnk.
JL ruptcy ol tho cstutu of Meu.ics
Dickson, of Honolulu, Oahu, hereby
gives notice to all tho creditors who
have proed their claims acuinst the
said bankrupt ci-tute, that ho' has sub
mitted to tlie Hon, Justice Preston his
final account with hiild e.tnle, and has
lllcd tho account ju tho ollico of the
Clerk of the Supremo Court, prepuia.
tmy to the n-iymcut to creditors of a
Urn ami Ilnnl dividual. And that on
THURSDAY, November IU, 1B89, at 10
o'clock a. m., lie will apply to said Jus.
ticu for a settlement of his accounts as
such assignee, and for u dlschurgu from
Uls liability under said trust.
JOHN II. PATY,
Assignee of tho Bankrupt Kstatu of
Honolulu, Noy. 1, 18SU, 303 3wtaw
Hawaiian Opera Mouse,
Siiliirilny ftvciihig, Nov. KJllt,
AsslMed by Leading Lncnl Ainnleurs
and the Itoyal Hawaiian Hand.
CyTlio box plan Tor the alc of scats
will open nt Mr. L. ,1. Level's ollicc,
Monday, Nov. llili, nt 0 o'eloik a. m.
Bool iS Stationery Store,
A limited number of each of
Have : Just : Becii : Received,
KS Make your purchases eaih
if you desire to scud piescnlh abroad
Thos. G. TIIKUM,
Tax Collector's Notice 1
I WILL bo at the Ewn Court House
from November 4th to Novnnber
20th, ISS'J, for the purpose of collecting
luxes for tlie District of Bwa; and at
the Viiiiinae Court llouso trom Novcm
her 23rd to December 1st, 1880. All
tu.es over Fivo Dollars must bo paid In
U. S. Gold Coin. All to.es unpaid after
December lfiih, will be subject to an
additional charge of 10 ncr rent.
S. HOOK ANO,
Deputy Assessor & Collector for the
District ot Ewa & YVaianac, Is.
land of Oahu.
Honolulu, Oct. 28, 1SS0. '.'.CO 31
THE undersigned Deputy Assessor &
Collector of Taxes for the Distiict
of Lilmino, Island of Maui, hereby
gives notice to tlie tax payers of tho
said district that lie will meet them at
the time and planes below specified for
tho purpose of receiving their taxes
A. D. ISS'J :
Nov. Clh, ISSn, at Kn-
7th, 18SD, at Uono.
FRIDAY, Nov. Stb,
1SS0, nt Kaauc
. 13th, 1SS!), at
And all other days during tho month of
November and of December, to the 15ih
day, at his ollicc in the Court House at
Deputy Assessor & Collector of T.i.cs,
District of Iilmina, Maui.
Liliaina, Maui, Oct. 22, ISSil. 385 !lw
Tax Collector's Notice, 1889.
JL and Collector of Tum's for the Dis
trict of Walluku. Island of Maul, II. I..
lieieby gives notice that lie will be at
the follow big places on the dates given,
for the pin pose of collecting taxes:
Tl'nSDAY, Xov. 1
!tli, ISSil, at Mnkcnii
Hth, 188!), at Wal-
MONDAY, Nov. lSlb, 1880, at Waikupu
TUESDAY, Xov. 23th, 18S0, at Kahului
On all other days during the month
of November and December. (rundays
excepted) from !) a. in. to 4 p. in. ilullv
and on Satuidays fiom !) a. m. to 12
noon at his ollleu at Walluku.
All amounts over $10 must be paid In
U.S. gold coin, or hi Hawaiian $l!0 Cor
lilleates of Deposit.
Taxes lcinalnliig unpaid after Decem
ber ITitli will be subject to an additional
charge of 10 per cent.
J.no. 11. STELLING,
Dcputv Assessor & Collector of Taxes
District of YVailuku, Island of
Walluku, Maul. II. I., Xov. 1, 1SS0.
Notice to Tax Payers, 1889,
rpiIE undersigned Deputy Assessor
L and Collector of Taxes for tho
District of Makawao, Island of Maul,
lieieby gives notice to the tux payeis of
tho said disttlct, that he will meet them
at the time and places below i-nccillcd
for the piupo'-u of receiving their taxes
for A. D. 188'.):
SATURDAY, Xov. 30th. 1880, at Undo
MONDAY, Dee. '2d, 18S0, at Pauwela
TUICSDAY, Dec. 3rd, 1880, at Pala
WEDNESDAY', Dee. 4th, 1880, iitJns.
THIRSDAY, Dec. 5th, 18:9, at I). El-
FRIDAY. Dec. Ctli, 1689, ntJ. If. Ku-
Anil on all other days dm lug tho
month of November and of December to
the lnth at his ollico nt the Giove
Ranch, Makawno, Mnui.
All amounts ocr$l() must be paid hi
U. S. gold cou or 920 Hawaiian Ccitl
(Ieates of Deposits,
Taxes remaining unpaid after Dec,
Kith will he I'haigeil 10 per cent, addi
tional. Wsi. P. FENNKLL.
Deputy Assessor & Collector of Tiim'i
Makawao, Nov. Jet,-1889. 391! 2w
I HAVE this day sold the Tahiti
Leinonado Works to tho Tahiti
Lemonado Works Company, and request
an immediate settlement with mo of all
outstanding accounts. All bills duo by
the lute btibineEs will bo paid by
J. E. BROWN.
Honolulu, Oct. 31, lbW, 305 lm
New Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OK TIIK PNITK1) STATICS
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
P'rom the Nkw Yohk Times, June 22, 1830.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a new form of
policy which, like a bank draft, i3 a simple promise to pay without condi
tions on the back.
From the Onicvno Invi'.stioatou.
Always on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public tho most
advantageous contract in life insurance, tlie 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, tlinn any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
fore, that this great company now domes before the people with a new
contract, the like of which has not before been known in life insurance.
From the Kuntuoky RuoisTr.it, Richmond, Ky., June 23, 18S!).
The Equitable Life Assurance Society lias, in the past, done more to
create and maintain confidence iu 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 have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
TFrom the Boston Post.")
This company has done more than any other to simplify the assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
From the P.icinu Unii:uwiuti:k, San Francisco, July 1, 1831). J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policj'-iiolders and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance iu
reputation for enterprise and progrcssivcnes3 in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
BoJ" For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
I5EC.5 TO NOTIFY THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT BY THE NEXT
STEAMER "AUSTRALIA" DUE HERE FRIDAY,
THE ICtii, THE
60 : CASES : OF : GOODS !-e
PERSONALLY SELECTED BY Mn. S. EHRLICH.
NEW NOVELTIES IN
DRY -:- GOODS,
Fancy Goods, Holiday Goods,
Toys of Every Description,
oofs and Shoes, Etc.,
Bhick Spanish Laco Flouncing, from $1 yard upward.
Black Chanlilly L.ice Flouncing, from $2 yaul upward.
Ecru, Cream & Wbito Oriental Flouncing, from ftOets yard upward.
Extra Heavy (now style) Oiiental Flouncing, from .$1.25 yard upwaul.
Dress IMets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black.
Full assortment of all shades of Cashmoro, Moiroc, Satin it Gros
Grain Ribbon. Velvet Rugs iu all sizes just received.
Best variety in Cambric, Swiss it Nainsook Embroideries at
SB. 3B aBEiJLiEJUS &: CO.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
1U1 FOIIT NTKttKT. HONOLULU.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Colgate & Co.'s Celebrated Perfumes & Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
ZZB U H A C H
WARRANTED GENUINE &. IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
THE - PRESS
WILL Al'PEAR NEXT WEEK Jg&
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
under the management of MI88
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