Newspaper Page Text
DALhY BULLETIN r HONOLULU, 11; I., JAWUAUY 15, ltf.iO.
r i jij
WKDNKSDAY, JAN. lo, 18110.
, . ARRIVALS.
Slnir Klnaii frnm Hawaii :unl Maul
: In1 l.i'iihl fi'iin Komi
lid Ii:ii1. II llaekfcld. Wohhntilh, 1:1;
iluyt fiom l.hellionl
Slim' I In wail fiiim Hawaii
fflir l.llinliho fnr Wulme.i
.ui'.o' t. alehu for Kahiiku, D.ilm
VESSELS LEAV1H J 1 O-MOKfluW.
Am bk Matilda, ,Svennn, for l'ort
Selir ICii Alol lor Hawaii
For K:ui:ii, per stiur MIKahala, .liui 1 1
A 'I' Atkliwon.K M WiiMi, Ail Need
Iiiiiii, XV Dunn, Mix Mini, v Parker. S
Mai'iiiili'.v, .MI I'ail.er, .1 Kaae mill
For MhiiI. per stiur I.lkellke. .Inn ' I
Mitt Klmh.ill. .1 V Kalua. I, V I
K:iiu:lli, Mr Kekaid, wile and ehlldien.
a nil Till deck.
For Kllimi'ii, pel slinr N'aialeale, .Ian
II .Mrs V llertelinauu, F Ifeitehnann,
Ml. Kutli; Hcrlehnaun anil li) dock.
Fiwn Hawaii ami Maul, per stinr
Klnan, .Ian 1 r J II Maliv. .1 M Davlil
miii, V S 'IViiy. A Una. '.I It Unbeit-on,
H llrown, (J Illabor, XV I) WiiImjii. V
Kutinjr. M Knkl, U it Ktillnian, iMU.-ct
M iiml 1, Alexander, K A Bureliardt, A
0 DuwMett, Win Allen, XV Nannleon,
MNs G Lemon, Mrs A A L'ranu, Miss
Kainnl, Mltti-t L anil K Cnekelt, .1 II
Slellhifr. 11 I) WalljiluVe. Itev XV I)
Wi'.-H'ivclt ami wife, MKs Miiv llald
wln. Mi-s Nellie llJbkeivllle anil .".3
'I'lii "ii'inncr Kimiu liionhi this
inornhuj.'in liagt corn, :tOU bt;s pita
toes, 121 pk;t hldet, 1 10 pks simdrlet.
The Herman lion liaik it llaekfcld.
Captain WohliniUli, arrived thlt uller
noon, alionc l."7 days from Liveipnnl
ullh Kcueral luerehaudiMi. The. llaek
feld It coie-lned to Me.ttrt II llaekfeld
The. hrlKftntiiif Contnolo will leave
Knliiilul, Muni, Minieliine this week for
San Franelseo. The schooner Anna will
load after her.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Oaliu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of 1'., at
Drill Co. C Honolulu liilloy, at
Services at Central Union church,
Service at St. Andrew' Cathe
dral, ut 7:. '10.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Justice
McCully in lerin heard John F.
Howler vs. Hawaiian Ciovcrnincnt,
before the following jury: 11. K.
Mclntyre, S. It. Rose, K. W. Jor
dan, A. Brown, M. Kennedy, W. II.
liaird, J. J. Williams, E. Kiatler,
AV. G. Ashley, II. M. Dow, M.
Davis and C. F. Wolfe. It was an
assumpsit for material and work on
ihc electric light works in the Palace
grounds. The jury by direction ol
the Court found a verdict for the
Government. A. S. llartwell and
F. M. Hatch for plaintiff; A. P.
Peterson and C. L. Carter for de
fendant. This morning another assumpsit
cabc of John F. Howler vs. Hawai
ian Government was on trial before
a foreign jury. On plaintilf resting
a niotton was made by defendant for
the Court to instruct the jury to
render verdict for defendant. Plain
tiff's counsel replied, and the Court
took the motion under advisement
over recess, adjourning till 1:30
o'clock this afternoon. Same coun
sel as in previous case. Judgment
MR. BUSH IN DISTRICT I.
In response to a request fiom the
electors oi District 1, Mr. Hush last
night addressed an enthusiastic
meeting at Kamoiliili Church. Every
scat in tlio building was filled. The
chair was occupied by dipt. Kaaha,
with Mr. Iona as soerctary.
Mr. Bush laid stress on the trans
parent fact, that the Cabinet tried
to coerce the King into signing a
treaty and also to sign a commis
sion giving Carter carte hlunche to
sign away the independence of the
country at Washington.
Mr. Hush was also most emphatic
in denouncing Asiatic immigration
as opposed to our treaty relations
with the United Slates' and as in
every way injurious to the working
classes of every nationality.
Mr. 11. W. Wilcox referred to
the various slanders which the ene
mies of the people had vainly tried
to fusion on to him, one of which
was, that on Hawaii he had advocat
ed frpe liquor. His life would bo
given to promote tho moral and so
cial elevation of his people and ho
threw this foul slander back. on the
present party of corruption who were
ready now to use whisky or any
means of corruption as they had in
the pa9t. He could refer with pride
to his conduct in Italy where he
never disgraced his name or country,
anil cnneud,ed by a promise to try
to' elevate his people by honorable
Mr. D. M. Crowley niailo a stir
ring speech, urging unity at the bal
lot box and a peaceable contest for
Three cheers for Hush closed the
ITfANS of Bimoi' Mlcioncsia and
; IJuwali,anil a lot of OurluB,' Shells,
(bruin, Club, Spcurs, Ktc.'for snle at
lie l'!lilc Ire ('renin I'urlorn. -lfil Ut
LOCAL & CEHERAL HEWS.
A ruir in ndvoilihetl for -:!-
Mil. M. (loldbcre; li.it line li.ilii
iiUMt' stmw IniU.
Miniiis. II. llnekfi'ld & Co. have a
Ihio culture to let.
Tin: nionihlv meeting nf Ho- V.
M. ('. A. will bo held t. inn. now
8. K. Ai..mi;da it mlxeiliped at due
from San Frnneiieo on Stil unliiy, to
hiii" piompt ile.iiialeh for Sidney
. -. .
Tin: Xatiminl Keform Patty's ticket
foi Maui is ibcwht-ic mlveilised ;
hImi, the Independent ticket for No
bles on Hawaii.
Applications foi I'meimi nioney
nrilura per S. S. AiiMinliii will be le
eched at (he Povl Oll'iee up till I
o'clock p. in., on ThuiMlay.
Tin: trustees ol the (Jueen's llnv.
pil.il met thN nun nini; and ilelei
niined a iiestion ) fijui t iii ileeifion
befoie the foiein mail doted.
Mu. .1. F. Motjrtm will hold bis te
giiliir cash wilo al 10 o'clock to-nioi-low
moiiiiiiKi ofl'i'iingu aiiitty of
iiieu'handij-e clHev.beie peeilicd.
Akanm, C'hiniw, wiii .tentcnecil to
sixty ilnys' imprisonment for va
grancy in the Police Coitit lliid
inoiiiin. One bail of $0 w.i.s fm foil
ed for (Irunkenncc.-.
Ofi'ickhk of the Kilauea SiiKar Co.
for the cunning year am us follow :
K A Maetie, l'ieidcnt ; H A Maelie,
jr, Viei'-I'ri'Hidenl ; S M Damon, Tiea
surer; F W Maefuilaiie, Auditor; It
Mr.ssiis. Henry N. and Jus. I'.. Cas
tle have iin potted a haudhome Racine
double canoe. It hi 10 feet in length,
lilted for sailing, paddling, or low
ing; also has outiiggeis easily at
tached and foot steering gear. The
canoe is to be seen at the .Myrtle
Hoat Club's house.
Watson, Hlabon, and Mills have
been committed for trial al Hilo, on
the charge of murder in connection
with the lynching of (Joto at llono
kna. Watson and lllabou were
biougbl to town by the Kimiu, for
safe keeping in Oalin Jail, and .Mills
will bo brought down by the Iivalaui.
DANCE TO THE NIPSIC.
A most enjoyable dance was given
by the Lahaina Club at their hall to
the Captain and olllcers of the U. S.
S. Nipsic. The hall was most
beautifully decorated for the occa
sion, with palms and evergreens.
The invited guests began to arrive
at eight, and a few minutes later
the Captain and olllcers arrived,
after which dancing commenced,
and was kept up with spirit till a
late hour. Ice cream, cakes, and
sandwiches were served around.
Everyone spoke in glowing terms of
the success of the dance. Amongst
those present were noticed: Captain
Lyon and olllcers of tho U S S Nip
sic, Mr and Mrs T E Evans, Mr and
Mrs G II Dunn, Mr and Mrs C F
Horner, Dr Mack, Mr and Mrs W
Dccoto, Judge Kahaulelio, Mr and
Mrs II Dickenson, Mrs Taylor, Mr
and Mrs Makalua, Misses Short,
Winnie and May Haldwin, Maggie,
Sarali and Annie Doherty, Plitube
Taylor, E Dickenson, N Haskerville,
Messrs D D Haldwin, J A Moore,
HZerbe, W Y Horner, jr, PS Wool
scy, Short, I Hallentine, H Haldwin,
J aud J Taylor, II and A Haysel
tlen, L M Haldwin, F Woolsey, and
Lahaina, Jan. 11.
BOSTON SPECIALTY COMPANY.
"It is a good show," is the ver
dict heard Iroin everybody who has
been to sec the Boston Specialty
Company in the Opera House. Last
night they made a second appear
ance, to a house crowded to the
doors. Hums and Donnelly's "O'
Shannessey Guards" introduced
very funny acting and singing, in
cluding America's latest catch,
"Down Went McGinty." John and
Stella Tudor kept the audience in a
side-quaking state with the novel
ties, "Granny's Pet" and "On
Papa's Shoulders;" also gave a
beautiful exhibition ol fencing to
music, the combatants arrayed in
Frank M. Clark, head of the
troupe, brought down the house
and a whole shoe store in his Mile
sian character somr, "Up Went
Offty Goofty." By the way, it is
learned that Mr. Clark has'laid out
future fun for the Pacillc route, and
may be looked for periodically on
our boards with tl.c best comic
talent available. Franks and Marion
set the house in a mirthful uproar,
as tho "Dandy Barber Coons,"
singing negro melodies in diet,
dancing, and performing acrobatic
nourishes. A great charm of their
singing was that every word was
struck as clear as the stroke of a
bell. F.llwootl, rigged up as a mag
nificent woman, cotiutcrlciteil femin
ine ballad singing with astonishing
After Prof, Bergcr had led lis pr
cljcutra in a hrst-rato ovorluro at
intermission, tho evening's perform
anco coucltniod with the farce, "The
Foiled Mashers," in which Bums,
Donnelly, Franks, Miss Tudor, Kll
wood, iiml Miss Clmtwood tool; the
characters. Often the porformcis
had to pause to let the billows of
laughter subside, and yth :;qug mid
dance by tho ful( company tlio cjiir
(ai(t fell. The company will give
two more performances to-morrow
and Friday evenings before, taking
the sloanier for AjiHtrnJia,
Km' the .Vomliiiillon of rntiitlitntfN
IVii' NiiIiIcm I'm- ImIhihI iiI'OmIim.
The convention of the Reform
Parly for the nomination of nine
Nobles for the Island of O.ihti was
convened for one o'clock this after
noon in the Arlou hall, adjoining the
Hawaiian Opera House.
At t'io appointed hour most of
the delegates were attenibled, and
among the spectators were obsetv
ed: Chief Justice Jinld, Mr. Justice
Dole, His K.eoIleiwy Jonathan Aus
tin (.Minister of Foreign All'airt),
Hon. W. 1.'. Castle, lion. Cecil
Brown, Kev. S. I',. Bishop, lion. F.
Brown, Dr. Hodger. Mctsrs. John
K. Wilder, G. K. Wilder, F. Wtin
denberg, V. C. Paikc, II. N. Cas
tin, W. L. Wilcox, Walter Hill, C.
W. Sherman, J. M. Vivas, and
At l:lo Mr. II. von Holt in a few
words called the meeting to order
and asked for the election of a tem
porary chairman. Mr. T. C. Porter
was, on motion of Mr. A. Brown,
seconded by I Inn. II. Waterhoiitc,
appointed to the position by accla
mation. Mr. W. (!. Ashley was
unanimously elected as temporary
The chairman appointed as a com
mittee on credential-! one delegate
from each wind, natnclv: J. II.
Fisher, S. B. Hose, M. Mclncrny,
Thos. Wright, and J. V. Alapai.
Mr. W. Luther Wilcox was elect
ed by acclamation as Knglish-lla-waiian
After an absence of about fifteen
minutes, the committee on creden
tials returned with a report. They
found the credentials ol delegates
correct, comprising leu each from
the 1st, 2d and ltd Districts, eight
from the lib, aud four from the otli
District; also one from Hwa. Only
one delegate A. Fernandez of the
Atli District was absent. The fol
lowing is a list of the District dele
gation forming the convention:
Ward 1. Thomas J. King, A.
Brown, S. B. Hose, S. K. Kamaka,
S. Mahelona, W. G. Ashley, K. S.
Ctinha, Kobt. Lishman, Chas. T.
Wilder, and Geo. P. Castle.
Ward 12 It. J. Greene, II. von
Holt, Henry Watcrhousc, W. ().
Smith, J. A. M. O3orio, W. II.
Hoogs, M. Mclncrny, John Cas
sidy, James Kaulia and W. K.
Ward .'). J. F. Morgan, Julius
Asclie, E. G. Schuman, W. F.
Allen, J. N. Nalua. T. Wright, J.
W. McDonald, John Kcaloha, W. K.
Derrick and J. F. Eckardt.
Ward 4. D. Waiwaiole, George
W. Smith, J. H. Fisher, W. A. Kin
ney, L. C. Abies, T. C. Porter, S.
M. Kaaukai and L. Adlcr.
Ward f. W. B. Olcson, J. F.m
lueluth, A. Fernandez, J. Alapai, ('.
Ewa. A. J. Campbell.
The chairman appointed tho fol
lowing committee on permanent or
ganization: II. von Holt, J. F.
Morgan, E. G. Schuman, Andrew
Brown, and C. Hammer. This com
mittee immediately retired to its
business, and &horll3' returned with
a report, recommending organiza
tion as follows :
T. C. Porter, permanent chair
man. W. G. Ashley, permanent secre
tary. Sam. Mahelona, assistant secre
tary. W. L. Wilcox, interpreter.
The report was on motion of lion.
II. Watcrhousc, seconded by Mr.
Sam Kamaka, adopted witli ap
plause. Mr. Porter, on taking the chair,
thanked the convention for the honor
done him, and said:
While I feci that your choice
might easily have fallen on one
whose experience and abilities would
have exceeded my own powers as a
parliamentarian, yet such as I have
shall be yours, in a spirit of justice
and fairness lo all.
Tlits convention has been called
to nominate a ticket for Nobles
and when 1 look upon the intelli
gent faces before mo representing
nearly ovary industry, enterprise,
trade and calling in this kingdom, J am
impressed, nay, doubly assured that
the result of its deliberations will
meet the approbation of a great ma
jority of all the fairmiuded ami in
telligent citizens os tho realm.
That the just right of all will bo
zealously preserved aud protected
from him who lives beneath the
gilded rafters of royalty down to
him wlio dwells in the more humble
abode of the mechanic and laborer
1 feel also doubly assured. In your
deliberations, may personal preju
dice be banished from your minds.
Let your motto be "I combat prin
ciples, not men'jthen will you, per
petuate those high principles which
brought the Hoform Party into ex
istence, preserve its excellent
achievements aud lend us on to an
Ho then declared the convention
open for business.
The secretary read the call for the
A commUtco on rules was ap
pointed, viz.: A.J. Campbell, J.
W. McDonald, S. M. Kaaukai and
J, Emmelulh, who retired and in a
few minutes brought in n series ol
rules lor the convention. They pro
vided that voting be by ballot, that
a majority decide, that no member
speak more than onco or longer limn
llvo minutes on onctiueslion without
permission, that each delegation,
havn'a spokesman to pinseut names
through, aud that any hajloV eon-,
tabling inoro than nine names lor
Nobles be rejected.
On motion of Mr. !;, G. Schn-
mini, seconded by Mt. T. .1. King,
the repoit was adopted.
The chairman appointed the fol
lowing committee on resolutions and
platform: W. B. Olcou, Geo. W.
Smith, W. F. Allen, II. J. Oicene,
and S. K. Kamaka, who retired to
deliberate, returning in about II f teen
minutes with the billowing repoit:
"The lleform Puily, under whose
auspice icsponsible, constitutional
government tins been established in
this country, and an era nf exten
sive public 'improvements been inau
gurated, hereby invites the co oper
ation of all classes in the coining
elections, on the basis ol the follow
"We pledge ourselves,
"1. To maintain inviolate the au
tonomy and independence of this
kingdom, while securing, at the
same time, the amplest comnieieial
benefits in our treaty relations with
the United States.
"2. To secure adequate legisla
tion, by constitutional amendment
or otherwise, whereby Asiatic immi
gration shall be Districted to the
agricultural necessities of the coun
try, and Chinese not now engaged
in trade or the mechanical occupa
tions, shall he prohibited from here
after engaging therein.
"3. To favor wise and liberal ap
propriations for internal improve
ments, and to sustain a progressive
policy in the development of our
"I. To secure such an extension
of the present Homestead Act as
will lacilitate the settlement of
small landholders throughout the
".". To pro.'tire for the people an
houcsl, economic, aud elllcient ad
ministration in all departments of
Mr. T. J. King moved, .Mr. A.
Brown seconded, and it vas unani
mously resolved that the reported
platform be adopted and the com
(Still in session, at 1 o'clock').
Nominations for Noble: S. M.
Kaaukai, W. C. Wilder, M. P.
Robinson, It. Lishman, E. S. Ciiuha,
W. O. Smith, J. I. Dowsett, Sr., It.
F. Dillingham, and It. J. Giccnc.
CRUELTY TO A HORSE.
The vacant lot at King and Liliha
streets was the scene yostciday eve
ning of a shocking case of cruelty to
animals. Two Chinamen apparently
bossed by a native, in trying to put
an emaciated and dying horse or
what was once the noble animal on
a truck. They had no skids to case
the protruding bones over the edge
of the vehicle, and were trying to
drag the suffering brute up by a
rope round its neck. When a Bi't.
ixnx reporter and a telephone ope
rator, with a policeman they had
called to the spot, remonstrated
against the cruel procedure, the pro
cess was changed to hauling the
horse on by the fore legs. In this
manner the truck was laden with
the animal more dead than alive and
taken away. The ollleer should
have arrested the authors of Hie
THE HILO RECORD.
The Hilo Record issues New
Year's greetings to its readers, and
hopes the country will not elect a
Our type-written contemporary
hears that Joe Nawaht is going to
stump Puna, and sarcastically tells
him lo make tho kanakas hold up
their hands, and swear lo vote for
him, as he was reported to have
done with some of the delegation
that came to Hilo.
The Kalapana choir of Puna gave
a concert at Haili Church, Hilo, for
the repairs fund of their church, but
only raised S 10. Any help for the
Kalapana church will be thankfully
received by Rev. S. L. Desha.
Mr. Itycroft has been nominated
as candidate for Representative ol
South Hilo and Puna by the "Pro
gressive Patty." George Kaihenui,
a young Hawaiian, will oppose John
Baker in Central Ililo, and Allied
Horner will run for the party above
named in North Hilo.
The Record says: "Wo under
stand that Messrs. Purvis, Marsden,
and Burchardt have entered the lists
as Independent or roving candidates
on the Noble ticket. We think 11a
inakua rather hoggish, to wish to
put on the ticket three llamakua
men, and not allow Hilo even one
representative as Noble. Again,
why should the English monopolize
the whole ticket, as far as haolcs
go? Why not allow Undo Sam,
Johnny Bull, or Kaiser William's
friends a show also? Don't be pig
Two Chinamen were found dead
n fow days ago, Imck of Onomca.
On examination, it was found that
they had been killed by falling
The super-heater nf tlio ll,.ii.akua
mill was washed overboard linm thu
schooner thai brought it up from
AN Intelligent Young Man for an
olllcii. Kuferenou lequireil. Apply
at Ht'i.i.i:ri.v Outre. -UH tw
A (!())!) Cook for in
Apply al thlsoilk'i'
COO!) Cook for imich on lliiwiiil.
AN 1(11 IT WiUrhiimn, liulcit'itio
lionlied. Apply at this iilllee.
llPRMnRNT TIIIKUT !
iiiiJLiiii iinuii f
Nobles for Hawaii, i
SAMPEL PARKER, ) .. ,
J. KAUNANK, ) '' u'i,s,
1 If II I VI i
A. A. Bl'ltcilAltDT, I ' yi"-,r"' !
J. MARSDEN', .,
W. H. PPRVJS. " '':l1'1-
ImIhiuI oi" jVTsvui.
W. II. DANIELS,
C. O. BERGER.
WAii.tict JOHN W. KALUA.
L. W. KANEALII.
L.utitXA J. NAZARETA.
II.x. P. KAMAI.
Makawmi V. B. KALA.
Moi.oh.u--A. P. KAPAEHAt LE
i.. .i. i. i:t.i,
AmIi it Toliiniii
(lliiw it was)
Oil ! M.VJJ A :
'I'lie Ilousi! coiivnUnl with hiiiglitur.
The gri'HltHt snecrst ever nrliievut y
any cnmliiimtion that lots cvrr visited
FRANK M. CLARK'S
Boston Specialty Co.
Only 2 More l'erfonnaiiflus
OUR NEXT ENTERTAINMENT!
Thursday Evening, Jan. 16tli
nSr-Annlher Complete Clmnge.-tija
Ak a I'nlicL'iiiuii1 (by H'iiici.)
Hemciiilier we -i.iil on Suiunlay lor
CBP HeitH ran now bo senureil ut I. .1.
I.evuy'a. To prevent ditiimiiititiunl
e.ill curly. 113 St
4 DIVIDKND wlllbednr mid pay
V nhlu to the iipproviMl eie(itor ut
II. M. on and tifter the -JO Inst , at tin'
oilloi) of A. .1. Ciiitu-rh'ht, Meivhant
Mtreet, opposite JSelhul sheet. I'leiw
enlleatly. PKK OltDKI!.
1BR.SON'S holding drafts of .Mevr-.
W. Herbert I'nivls ,V. Co. mi the
undersigned dated prior to and includ
ing September :'.0, ibS'.i. mo requested
to present them for payment without
delay. l A. fCIIAlvl'KR A: ( O.
Honolulu, .Ian. l., KS'.IO. I.V; l
'" lnqnhe al Uri.
FOR SALE or LEASE
-JJ3LA nPIIK Larue Cottage with ."
sSSaSn -- rooms anil ont-btdhling
ISXMI on l'nnchbowlnheut, niankj
of the Mormon Chinch, lately occupied
by .Mr. .Max Lcktut. Applv to
ir ROOM Cottage at Kiipa
AgjtMStl i) lama, near l.ibli.i hlieel
OLflSMthitation of Tramway Co' Cot
tage lecently pubiicd and papeied
throiiirhoiil. Kent moderate. Applv
to A.J.OAKTWltHillT, '
Or to .T.F.Brown, (in.uinmcnt .Survey
Olllcc. );.:( L'w
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the. stock
holders o( the Kilauea Sugar Co.
held In Honolulu, on the llth .lanuury,
Ib'.'U, the following ollleer- were !
ekcied for the eiuienl year.
It. A. Maelie President
It. A. Maelie, jr Vlce-I'iclilent
S. M, D.uiioii Tieasiuer
!. XV, Macfailaue AuilltiH'
It. Cation tfuicuo
15:1 III See. Klluuea Migar Co,
Notice of Heaving by Commissioner of
Boundaries for 1st Judicial
ON iipplinilimi of Samuel M 1) noon,
I will iiiili) I In; li'iuuilnrici ol the
Kibhury, at Kalihi, Oahu, known as tlio
"Kui o Kuliiiwn," nt the I'ollre Coiut
ltooiii, in Honolulu, on Tt'KriDAV.
Jan. SI, thllO.at 1 o'clock . m.; and all
ptillns iiiteiestcd in suhl matter are
iieridiv untitled to attend lit naiil time
Commlni-iimur of Itnumlurlcd loi Ut
Honolulu, .bin. lit, 1E1K1, .M tw
Views of the
Tin) Eijuilable shows figures equal lo those of tlio national balance
liuel of Minn1 very respeetablL'-sii'.eil States. I'lio Insurance World of
The Equitable Life A-niiranee Society i-t :i colossal imtitulion. It i;
unique in its position ami maiveloiis in its leconl. It. occupies the hij'hest
place ainniii; kindred institutions. f",t! 'r's'' Imiifnucu Bankinj; and
It is no use disguising the fact that the Equitable holds a remarkable
position among tliu Insurance olllues of the World. It docs a larger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus and givci a better contiact than any otltcr
company. Lcnuiinglun Spa Courier.
Willi the pitiful system of state insurance in Germany compare what,
is done by soineof the gicM private Assurance Companies, by the greatest
nf tliein all, for instance, the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the Hulled
Slates. Dublin Lyceum.
The largest ot American Lite Ollleos and therefore the laigesl. in tin
Wot lil is the Equitable Life Assurance Society nf tin I'. S. - Fail play of
The olllcc Unit has done the most in promoting sale and liberal Life
Insurance is the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the H. S. London
New business in 18'J
Income for 188'J
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the l'. S. Jan-l-'.l'o
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AOKNTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
l'lVTATI(N JHUIMM..I IZt-i.
Caijieiilern', lll.ieksuiitbs', Machinists' ,fc I'lumbei.V TdcIh,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Ivitebeii riciisilrt, Paints, Oils, Vnruisiici'. Lamp (ioihIh and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox S Gibbs, ft Remington Sowing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
i rr'tUTT'tft ""I
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
MAX & TMf If
.Ulimrny llloelc. '. 7'7 Korl HI wot.
Frencli, Enlisli eiA American Dry aid Fancy Gooils,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Kl'LL LINK OF HOLIDAY C500DS
Kid Gloves, Diamond Bye Black Hose in Ibei k Plain.
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Good?,
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
fi':il.uiieil Fenoo Wire, Blnck Steel Foncn Wire, tiiilvunizoil Staple.-,
Black HtuplcH, Special tjuulity Fence Htaplea.
NEW GOODS ! - " NEW GOODS !
In all lines by late smiv.il.s. Ae,onts for
Kulilu'f tiriloii Iloso, AViro Hound Homo, SUmm IIok,
Ol- V1IIIY fil'I'KIUOIt (jfAMl'V.
I'ACIFIC HAUDWAHK CO., (L'l)'),
11. F. Dii.i.inuii .m, .1. CI. Si'i:noi:h, F. L. Winteu,
jan(i'Ji) l'leHident. .Man.it'r & Secretary. TieaHiuer.
i J l 'JV mwr
Iy rdtSONHlmving Caxrs nnd Botib'B
lu'longing to llui Orj'Htal hmlu
WorkH iiru lesiiectlnlly reipienti'il to
notity the "Work" eilhri by Teiephonn
or IWal ('mil. -llllw
l US. OSHOKNK is uow prepiired to
ItJL n've iustructiotiH in Fancy Work
at "The ArlbiKtou," Itoom 0. CIwh
Lessons: MondiiyH, Wt'dui'Mlays aud
Kililiiyi. I'rlvatn htnons by special
airaii(;t'inent. Siuinplii nnJ urdt-tn
promptly atlembil tu. -150 if
. 4 . V I
, . :; '. .w.M JPW!-B,'