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TI.'KSDAV, FEB. 4, 1890.
Si'lir vi 1 Wiililno from ICoholnli'lc
Srlir HalfflUiihi from Popeekeo
V. Ko-ior for llnnaiimulu
VESSELS IEAVIN2 TO-MORROW.
.ituir V (i Hull fur Lahnlua, Manlaca,
Komi. Kni and I ho Volcano tit 1(1
o'clock u in
Slim Mlkulinlit for Knuul nl ! p m
Slim' Llkellke for Maul ut f i in
Stinr Mnknlll for Molnkal at 5 p m
Am lila Khktlat, Cutler, for K:i1iulul
111: Ceylon, Calhoun, for San FnneUeo
Hchr Sm till it Klla for Kooliiu
VESsIlTlEAvTnqON THURSDAY ""
Stinr Iwnlanl for l.ali;iln:i :iml llnum-
kiui at 10 in
AiiihMnoW II Dhnnnil. Drew, fur San
Sclir Kiiwnlhini forKooliiii
Kclir Leah! for()loviiln
Tim st'lioniHT Moi Wnliincnrilvi'il tn
ilny from Kohnlalele, Hawaii, with !)HS
lings sugar. Capialn Nl'son reported
that he sighted u haikiMitlno (probably
(hi! Ella) heading for Mahukona on
The Htcanifir Llkellke came off the
Mail mi Railwav this moiiilnir. She
will low the baikcntlne Ftilkllal to
Kalinlnl to-morrow afternoon.
The "tcamcr Mokolll brought :!!.! bag1
sugar, 10:1 barrel- nml:i-e-, (JO sheep,
and :U plgq.
The bark H C Allen load Mignr for
San Francisco after tins bark Ceylon,
and tlm following vessel load in 'their
older after the S O Allen: Olgn, Ludv
Lampoon, Forest Tjucen", Andrew Welch
ami John Smith.
The steamer .1 A Cummins brought
1!,W0 bags sugar from Koolau la1 week.
The barkciitlnt! V II Dlmoiid will 8a II
nest Thurdiiy' morning for San Frau
elsro. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A cook wants a hit tint ion.
A iir.WAKi) is ofleied for a loM gold
there will lie no issue
n( the Rn.i.i:-
ClilKF Justice Jiidd pii-bides nt
dhambcrs this week instead of Mr.
Justice Dole ns previoutdy stated.
Tiik Bell Telephone Company (Ilia
morning reported tlm s-clioouer Ruin
bow high and dry at Laic, thin island.
In to-day'n Video of tlio Nation
Mr. BiihIi prints a reply to Hie Adver
tiser vtiic.turcs on bis ollieinl con
duct. Hkaiiqiiahtkkh of the National Ite
foiin Parly to-morrow, with Mutual
trdephono connections, will be nt (he
Tin; MaraliuI.linR ismied in&lrnc
t ionTi to all litiuor saloon keepers to
lu'ivo their saloons dosed during tho
whole of tho day to-morrow.
Tiir polling jilaoe of the 1st pre
cinct, 2d district, has been changed,
fiom the corner'of Pauoa and Nuu
unu streets to the Water Oll'iceat tho
foot of Judd hill.
Tnr. steamer W. G. HallV sailing
was postponed from this morning till
10 o'clock to-morrow morning, on
account of tho lefusal of tho crew' to
leave town hnfoio voting.
Mn. and Mrs. liobt. B. Brenham
will bo nt homo, at the "Snow Cot
tage," Hawaiian Hotel grounds, on
Thursday and Friday afternoons, of
this week, where they will bo pleased
to see their friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Bronham depart for tho States by
tho 8. S. Zcalandia on the 8th insl.
A couuesj'oxdent says, that ar
resting votJis for over-estimating
their income will cut both ways. Ho
noticed at a certain ward that tho
Portuguese had a paper from Mr.
l.ishman stating that they were in
receipt of $2 a day; which tho ad
mitted loss of tinio through weather,
sickness and other causes reduces to
less than $K0 a month.
The Royal Hawaiian Rand will
piny this evening at Kmnui Squaie
commencing at 7:80 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
March -Festival T.ehnliardt
Overture Poet and Peasant Suppe
Chorus Tannliausw Wagner
MiHlley-Yo Olden Times Bnycr
Foil Fiimcliama. Like no li I.Ike. Mnln
i ke Ao.
.Selection Mhiamoto, (by request) . . .
Fantasia A Night Alarm Brooks
SchoitUetie College Boys.
Waltz (Jypsy Baron .'
Ah Kid ami Ah Kon were sent
enact! this morning to pay $liO Hue
and 2.70 costs, with two hours' im
pVisonmcnt at hard labor, for unlaw
ful possession of opium. 'Y., R.J
Castle for tho defense.
Gabriel, charged with obtaining
S3 by false pretenses, from the Jla
waiian Cable Co., was reprimanded
Ai Kum, Ah Wai, mid Qunng
Wa, unlawful possession of gaming,
implements, wcro discharged. W.
R. Castle for defense.
Ah Hoy and Ah Choy, assault
and battery on Ah Ku, were dis
charged. W. R. Castle for defense.
Three natives charged with per
jury were remanded till Friday, as
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,THE QAILANT FIRIMEN.
A n n I v i Miry or (he itiiiKiliitu Fir n
loiartiiiciit.-A MiOr.mllit I'm-aite
..I'caM in Klro HnllH.
Never did the Honolulu Fire De
partment make n more biilliant
showing than in the celebration of
its anniversary yesterday evening
Tho paiade was tnagnillcont, the
banipioting of a princely description.
At six o'clock tlm companies mus
tered nl their respective headquar
ters, and at seven were marshalled
in order of procession at ihc Bell
Tower. Fire Marshal White was
marshal of the night. The head of
the column when formed was on
Fort street, midway between lintel
and Horctania streets. Just as the
order to march was given, at 7:lf
o'clock, rain began to drop and was
in a few n.omenl.H falling heavily.
Yet the firemen undaunted by the
certainty of a thorough wetting went
over the whole prescribed route,
which was along Fort street to He
relania street; along Beielania to
Maunakca street ; down Maunakca
to King sticet; along King to
Punchbowl ntrect; up Punchbowl to
Beretania street ; along Beretania to
Fort street; up Fort to School
street; along School to Niiuanu
street; down Niiuanu to King street;
nlong King to Fort street ; up Fort
street to Bell Tower.
The marshal and pioneers num
bering ten or twelve from all of the
five companies led the way, preced
ing the Royal Hawaiian Band con
ducted by Prof. Merger. Chief
Engineer C. II. "Wilson, First As
sistant, Geo. Norton, and Second
Assistant J. II.' Boyd, in their im
posing helmets, moved here and
there in the procession to regulate
Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1 came
next. It rallied sixty members,
who made a good appearance in
their blue, uniform with while insig
nia. The engine was drawn by two
masivc span of horses from the Ha
waiian Transfer Company, and was
decorated with colored lanterns in
graceful lines, also with a profus
ion of wreaths. The reel was simi
larly decked. A transparency re
presenting llrcnien at 4wotk on a
burning house, borne on the coal
cart, Was a striking object. The
company also had a wagonette in
line, containing young sons of mem
bers all dressed in uniform. Fore
man Robert More, First Assistant
B. Ordenstcin, and Second Assist
ant J. A. Mehrtens had lovely bou
quets in the mouths of their trum
pets. The members walked on
either side of the vehicles, nil bear
Mechanic Engine Co. No. S, in
red shirts, made a line display.
Their apparatus was decorated simi
larly to that of No. 1. Foreman E.
R. Ryan, Firt Assistant Chutes
Clark, and Second Assistant Clias.
Bent, conducted the 2-1 men and 18
volunteer boys comprising the mus
ter. The apparatus moved between
the two fiery lines.
Hawaii Engine Co. No. 1 was in
charge of Foreman J. K. Naone,
First Assistant Win. Keawe, and
Second Assistant Moses Kananahele.
It made tho strongest rally of all
with 77 stalwart men and sturdy
boys in bright red and black uni
form. The engine was left unadorn
ed in its intrinsic brilliancy of burn
ished brass, except for a beautiful
crown-shaped lantern at top.
Protection Hook and Ladder Co.,
in command of Foreman II. Kaia,
came next, its truck beautifully de
corated with foliage, flowers, and
lanterns. It had a fair turnout of
members. , .
China Epginc Co. No. f, as it al
ways docs, made a creditable appear
ance with about SO men in line under
Foreman Hang Sam. Their ultrama
rine blouses do not show so well at
night as in daylight, yet for neatness
are not surpassed by any other uni
form in the brigade. The engine was
gorgeous, in lloral ant luminous de
corations. There were about 225 in line all
told, and the procession was a grand
sight. Very line effects were obtain
ed in views of the line looking down
streets thai It crossed, with the flar
ing and Hashing lights made inter
mittent by the intervening foliage.
Tho parade made the customary
entry into the Palace Yard, to pay
the firemen's respects to the King.
Ilia Majesty met them at the front
entrance and tna'de a few remarks,
in which he regretted his inability
to attend any of the banquets.
The exterior of every one of the
lire houses was beautifully illumin
ated, the Bell Tower presenting a
gorgeous spectacle to tho whole towin
lliuiquct ofKiialnn Co. Xi. 1.
After the procession the members
and invited guests of Engine Co.
No. 1 met in their regular meeting
room, on King street, for "rest and
recreation." Mr. P. Lucas, steward
of the Hawaiian Hotel, hail prepar
ed a truly sumptuous feast, and was
there In person to superintend, with
his trained waiters to attend to the
tables. Tho HunerintcndcncQ was
thorough and clllcleut, and tho wait
ing was prompt and extended to all.
The foreman of the company, Mr.
Robert More, presided over tho
gathering and directed proceedings,
with a mastery which does not fall
to tho lot of every man to possess.
Tho Chairman requested that poli
tics be kept out of speeches, and the
requost was strictly compiled with.
Frequent remarks wero heard relat
ing to the high quality of the viands,
which wero certainly deserved.
Numerous toasts and brief
speeches followed "refreshment,"
or rather, wero Intermingled tlierc-
DAILY UUXUOTItf! HONOli
will. ."Our Klrrnum King, 1th
Majesty KalukiMin," wtrs drunk
amid hearty cheers, and was follow
ed by the singing of "Hawaii Po
nol." Vociferous cheers icspondcd to
the toast, "The Honolulu Fire De
partment." The chairman of the
meeting and foreman of the com
pany, Mr. More, replied to the
toast, "Engine Co. No. 1," and
said Uiat that company was always
icady, whether It rain or nhine, to
turn out for duly, and he was sine
it always would be a long as he had
Hi v honor to be foreman.
The health nl' the Fif-'l Assisl-uit
Foreman was proposed, which
brought Mr. Barney Oidensloin to
his feet. He remarked that he could
scarcely be regarded as one of those
bashful young men that were afraid
to say anything, nnd he would &ay
that to him that was a happy occa
sion, because of the success of the
parade, notwithstanding the rain
and mud. In fact he had always
found pleasure in association with
llrcnien, amfior that ieaon had for
many years allied himself to them,
here and elsewhere.
"Ex-chiefs of the Honolulu Fire
Department" was acknowledged by
Mr. Geo. Lucas. He hadsntal'a
similar feast to that with Company
No. 1, 2.ri years ago. A braver lot
of men could not be found, and
never would be as long as Micro was
a volunteer fire brigade. Nothing
gratified him more on Hie present
occasion than to (see different races
mingling together in one company.
A difference in the land of birth bi
lbo color of the skin did not prevent
harmony. If differences of feeling
ever existed the1 were Wolfed out
as far as that company was concern
ed. They were united for a com
mon cause, and were all Ilawaiians
wherever they were born.
Mr. C. Hammer responded for
"Our Visitors," and expressed, on
their behalf, the gratification they
felt at being present. For himself,
it was the first time he had been
present at any of their meetings,
and was delighted with the recep
tion accorded liim.
Mr. Geo. Lucas, in proposing a
loast to Mr. II. Bergcr and the baud,
said that he (Mr. Bergcr) was one
of the finest men that ever floated to
to this country, and he and his band
boys merited everything that could
be said in their favor. Mr. Bergcr
said In reply that he had been neaily
eighteen years in the country and
had played at seventeen firemen's
parades. Rain docs not stop the
music. He was a public servant,
belonging to no party, and served
all alike, which was his duty. Saint
and sinner were treated the same
with music. He had identified him
self with the country, and was a
thorough kanaka ; but had not for
gotten Ins German education, which
led him lo the inclination to give a
little music on Sundays. But he
had no wish to break the law, and
as long as the law tabued Sunday
concerts ho cheerfully submitted,
believing obedience to the law tho
duty of every man ; but if Sunday
concerts wcie legalised, he would
cheerfully furnish the people with
music on those days. If the law
should bo so changed he would be
on hand with tho band.
"The Captain of the Hose," "Our
Delegates," "Absent Olllcers of the
Honolulu Fire Department." "Hook
and Ladder Company," "Tho La
dies," and the "Bui.i.r.TiN," were
all toasted. Mr. Mehrtens and Mr.
Wright responded, respectively, for
the two first, and Mr. Hill for the
Mr. McQueen, Mr. Hughes, Mr.
Spear, and Mr. Rcdward were especi
ally thanked for special assistance in
connection with the parade and the
banquet, and Mr. P. Lucas for his
highly satisfactory catering for the
Songs were sung, affording much
pleasure, by Messrs. More, Thomas,
Wollers, and Barker. J he company
was dispersing, after three cheers
for "Hawaii Nei," when tho Chief
Engineer of the Department, Mr.
C. B. Wilson, his Assistants,
Messrs. G. Norton and J. II. Boyd,
and tho Fire Marshal, Mr. White,
arrived, and were enthusiastically
welcomed. Shortly after proceed
Itumiiiel of Koffliie Co. N'o. '4,
The hall of Mechanic Engine Co.
No. 2 was transformed into a beauti
ful salon, with tasteful draping of
flags and decorations of colored lan
terns, greenery and flowers. Ameri
can and Hawaiian nags tnrmeu a
portierre In front of the olllcers'
platform, having a white disk in the
middle bordered with flowers. A
table ran lengthwise of the-hull, with
another crossing It at the head. The
tables wero laid with a lavish variety
of choice viands, the caterer being
Mr. Thomas Krousc of the Eagle
House. A liner collation is seldom
seen and that It was appreciated by
all partaking was full' demonstrat
ed. Foreman Ryan presided, hav
ing on his right their Excellencies L.
A. Thurston, Jona. Austin, and S.
M. Damon, and on his left the Chief
Engineer and Assistants of the De
partment. Other guests present
wcro Messrs. A. Young, W. O.
Smith, E. C. Macfarlano, E. Mullcr,
C. O. Bergcr, J. F. Morgan, W. T.
Monsarrat, C. J. McCarthy, J. S.
Bartholomew, W. Woltors, W. F.
Love, representatives of the Adver
tiser and Bui.r.KTix, and, later on,
Messrs B. Ordenstcin and T. Lu
cas from No. 1. When tho feast
had sufficiently progressed a pro
gramme of toasts was Introduced by
Foreman ltyan proposing
(lie Klin? anil Hie
This was honored all standing.
"The Cabinet Ministers."
His Excellency I.. A. Tlmr-Unii
responded. He was glad there wero
no politics allowed. Governments
will rise and fall, parties come and
go, but the ltoiio'ulu Fire Depart
ment goes on foievcr.
His Excellency .Inn.n. Aiutiu fol
lowed. The llrcnien were abwiys
ready to risk their lives to save the
pr.ipeity of citlens. God bless
I lis Excellency S. M. Damon
complimented the Department on its
cfliclcucf and promptitude. He
knew of no Fiio Department In Hie
uorld more icady to turn out in full
force and at short notice to protect
life and property. This Govern
ment was much indebted to the fire
men. a few months ago In assisting
to rcsisfnu attack on established or
der. Mr. Damon concluded by
proposing the health of
"The Honolulu Fire Department."
Mr. C. II. Wilson.Chlef Engineer,
responding, said the firemen were
always ready when duty called. The
Department had met under this
roof over It) years, and it was about
time the Government gave them a
better building (applause). He re
ferred lo the parade in appreciatory
terms, nud hoped the Department
would always make a good showing.
Mr. George Norton, First Assist
ant, thanked the gathering for the
honor, ami spoke of the sacrifices
made in Hie fire service, notwith
standing which the firemen were
more than willing lo serve.
Mr. J. H. Boyd, Second Assist
ant, felt it an honor to say a few
words for the Department' and No.
2. He referred to the plans and
specifications now in the Interior
Department for new headquarters,
and said he believed the appropria
tions had alt been well expended.
It was to be hoped the next Legis
lature would grant money for a new
"The Chief Engineer."
Mr. Wilson look pleasure in re
sponding lo Ihc toast, thanked them
for the honor and for the line turn
out they had made. Jt was the first
torchlight procession he remember
ed when not one man wai turned
out of the ranks on account of
liquor. He had to thank the De
paitmcnt for the suppoit accorded
him ever since he became chief.
The present Government had been
liberal to them, giving them the
first fireproof engine house they
ever had. It was a house not ex
celled in any part of the world.
They might have better facilities
elsewhere for getting quickly to a
lire, with their paid departments, but
here the firemen managed to get to
fires aboutasquickly as any of them.
Within Hie past six mouths there
had been about twelve fires, in which
the total loss had been less than
$85. It was his object to have a
central station orcclcd In such a
style and situation as would best
suit a paid department as soon as
such could be instituted. He had
succeeded in getting a site from
which the run in every direction
would be on a down grade. Mr.
Wilson further detailed his ideas for
the future, closing with the toast,
Mr. A. Youug, being called for,
said he was proud, to be there. For
nearly a quarter of a century he had
watched and wondored at the clll
clcncy, the enthusiasm, the self
denial of the Honolulu Fire Depart
ment. Many of our volunteer fire
men had lost clothes and health In
the service, but he had never heard
a murmur from any of them. He
was sorry to see such a worthy body
of men having to come into such a lit
tle coop as that hall. WhalcverMinis
try might bo In powor,he. was posi
tive the Department would have a
good building within tho next year.
Mr. J. F. Morgan was reminded
of old times by tho festivo scene
before him. Not only the Govern
ment but tho underwriters ho saw
present ought to give good support
to the firemen.
Mr. C. .1. McCarthy hud left that
room some time before In a huff and
hardly expected to be back so soon.
He thought that each company whose
engine was fitted with a pole should
have a 3ct of harness for it. They
also should have trained horses, the
lack of which caused dangerous de
lays. It would bo advisable if the
Government economized elsewhero
In order to save enough for good
equipment for the Fire Department.
Mr. W. O. Smith told a story of
an Indian whose three wishes were
for all the horses, all the money, and
all the rum in the world, but being
asked what next said "a little more
rum." This the speaker followed
up with nn argument for generosity
on the part of the Government to
ward the Fire Department. When
the Opposition got into power, if
they didn t do justice to the Depart
ment, the firemen ought to go up lo
the Government building and turn
tho hose on the powers that be.
Mr. Midler quolcd Prince Bis
marck's remark that the Germans
feared nothing but God, saying the
conduct of tho Honolulu firemen
when occasion required reminded
him of that utterance.
Mr. E. C. Macfarlano made all
laugh with his reminiscences as a
kicker both In tho Department and
flio Board of Underwriters. Ho en
dorsed all the pleas for adequate
sustenance to the Department, and
closed by proposing the health of
"Fire Marshal White."
Mr. White responded with a sketch
of the work done by the Department
during the past year, lie said the
-. i "Wft'";
Depart metil, ivn clliclenl booaiiv' II
luid good olllcers and good mi'i,
who worked together with harmoni
Mr. Thus. Lucas said when they
talked lire they hit him in a. sol't
spot. Twenty-two years ago he car
ried a torch beside the Chief En
gineer, and lie was Hie first foreman
of a steam fire engine company in
The Chief Engineer proposed the
"Foreman of No. 2.' I
Mr. E. R. Ryan thanked the parly l
for the compliment. All he could
say was that No. 2 was the bet,
company in the world. He proposed '
the "First and Second Assistant
Engineers," to which Second As
sistant Boyd responded, ending with
the toast of
"The Press," lo which Mr. I).
Logan of the BuiA.ctin responded,
and excused Mr. Wray Taylor of the
Advertiser, whoso duties had called
him from the gathering.
Mr. Monsarrat, being loudly called
for, mado' a brief and humorous
Mr. Bartholomew gave reminis
cences of fire experiences in New
York, and spoke of the heroism of
Second Assistant Boyd proposed
the "Ex-Engineers of the Fire Department,'-'
Mr. Julius Asehj; re
sponding. He had been in the Dc
paitment ever since coming to the
city, having been in similar duly in
the States before coming here. He
proposed the health of Secretary
Henry Smith, who was absent, which
was duly honored.
The party then dissolved, mem
bers of No. 2 remaining to receive
comrades from other companies.
CHARGES OF PERJURY.
J. S. Kukahiko, John Waiantihea,
and Kahonu were arrested yesterday
afternoon on warrants charging them
with perjury in the second degree.
The charge is based on information
that they swore falsely to.tlioqjrop
erty qualification for Noble voters in
registering. They were released on
S1000 bail each. - ,i-
The defendants were brought up
this morning before Police Justice
Foster, when Deputy Marshal
Creighton for the Crown asked that
they be remanded until Friday. Mr.
Davidson for the defense claimed
the right of an immediate trial for
His Honor said there was no
way of compelling a hearing ex
cept by a writ of mandamus, as
the Supreme Court had decided
that the Attorney-General could de
cline to prosecute ut his pleasure.
Mr. Davidson urged that the In
spectors of Election would all be off
duty at two o'clock this afternoon,
when he considered his clients ought
in justice to have their examination.
Mr. Creighton said his instruc
tions from the Deputy Attorney
General stated that the Crown would
not be ready before Friday, and he
(Mr. C.) therefore insisted on a re
mandment till that day.
His Honor thereupon remanded
the defendants until Friday.
Mr. Davidson" asked for a reduc
tion of bail, but the Court consider
ed that, as the defendants were now
out on bail, It made no difference.
If a further continuance was asked
on Fiiduy, the question of ball would
A COMMENDABLE PROJECT.
About twenty-five young men be
longing to the city held a meeting
at the, Chamber of Commerce, Satur
day afternoon, to effect prelimin
aries for the organization of a Build
ing and Loan Association. A com
mittee was appointed to draw up
laws, and the following committee
to apply for a charter: Chas. L.
Carter, Geo. W. Smith, S. 11. Rose,
Geo. E. Boardman, anil T. F. Lan
sing. This committee has exclusive
charge of the subscription lists, but
other subscribing promoters will dis
seminate information. Tho organ
ization is to be purely an independ
ent, local cue; although of course
it will be worked on the lines of
similar Institutions that have been a
great boon to communities in other
"What's your idea of Heaven as
a place?" she asked, as they were
coming from the symphony concert.
And. he growled: "It's where the
women attend the harp rehearsals
A GOLD "Aloha" Pin.
ut this nlUce.
AS n Cook on shore or a! i;a. Itufor-tnoi-s
kIvuii if rriuilri'd. AtMri'PS
"M," this onir.u. 470 lw
Hawaiian Island, )
Island of Oiiliu, bs.
City of Honolulu. )
I'l.TiomUly nppu'ircd before me, this
third day of February, A. I). 1HIK), Kd.
.want II. Thomas, to mo well known,
who upon Ills (mill deposed uuil salil,
Unit Hon. .1. E. iiusli inivur received
from me (him) ellhrr dlrtnily or In
directly any cjiitiulsslon, benefit, orenn.
Nlilurulioii in cniiiieutlon witli ihc con.
Irnr.l for tho rear Palsne Wll built by
mn during Ida incumbency as Mlnlmrr
of tin! Interior, or any coiniiilmloii,
boni'Mi, or consideration for any oilier
work done by me, hi tiny tbau for Hut
(Signed): K. II. Thomas.
SiilHcrllmd mid sworn to before me Hit
third day or February, A. 1) IMHt.
Chas. T. (Im.u.'K,
Nulttry Pnbllii, IsUml nl Oalm.
Views of the
Till! Iviiiil'ilile hmi-4 lliniriis piiii'il
hlieets of some very respectable-sized
The Equitable Life Assurance Society is a colossal institution. It h
unique In its position and marvelous in its iccord. It occupies the. highest,
place milling kindivd institutions. fThe Irish Insurance J.aili;Ing 'und
It is no Use disguising the fact that
Unction niiiniiir the Iii-iirancri nlUcm nf
ness, holds a larger surplus and giviv a
company. Leamington Spa Courier.
I . .-.--- -- -
With the pitiful system of stale insurance In Germany compare what
is done by some of the great private Assurance Compaui"es,by Hie greatest
of them all, for instance, the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United
States. Dublin Lyceum.
The largest of Americ.iu Life Ollteis and therefore the largest In the
World is the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the I'. S. f Falrplny of
The ol!ieo that has done the most in promoting safe and I
lusuitiuce is the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S.
New business in 18S!)
Income for 188!)
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,- Equitable Life Assiirancc-Societv
of the l'. S. Jan-1-90
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware; Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
A NEW INVOICE OF
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
(ialviiuized Fence Wire, Black Steel Fence Wire, Oalv.ini.ed Staples,
Black Slapten, Special Quality Fence Staples. '"
NEW GOODS ! m n&- NEW GOODS !
In all lines by late arrivals. Agents for
UiihlxM- Garden Hose, AVjro Bound Hose, Steam Hose,,
01" VBUV RUI'KIIIOK QUALITY.
PACIFIC HAItinVAKK CO., (LV),
B. V. Du.i.iNdiiAM, J. (.;. Spknckii, F. L. Winter, , .
jaii-fi-ltO President. Manager fc Secretary. Treasurer. '
CASTLE IT COOKeT"
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGKNTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', Blacksmiths', Machinist' A Plumbum' Tctr.U, . - -
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kilrlioii IHi'miilri, l'.iiutn, Oils, VrtrniHlii'H, lamp (Jntxlrf ami
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sawing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
K. II. IlKNMtr, President it Manager.
(ionpiiKY ltitowN, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppn. NpreckrlH Bnnkr : Fort Street, llonolnlit.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
GliniuloliurH, Klcrtoliorn, Lamps & Lamp Fixtures,
Pain tsi, Oilti it Varnishes, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powdor, Shot Si Cups, Mauhino-loaded Cartridges, Ghambprlain'n Patent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHINa s- GOODS,
k Silver Plated Ware, Table it Pocket Cutlery?
PlowH, Planlerf., Steel Hook, and other Amiuultural Impletnontu,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY- DESCRIPTION !
Haifa Patent "Duplex" Din Stock for
Manila it Sisal Rope, Rubber Hose,
Wire Round Rubber Hose, Spiucter-grip;
Sprlnklei.s it Sprinklor Stands,
Union Metallic Cartridge Co., .. ,,.
Hartinan'ij.Steel Wire Fonco it Hleel Wire M:M,
"Now I'whW Hope, Jl I ft ; v' .
Win. 0. FinherV Wrought Steel Rangon, ' Noal'it Carriago Paints,
(late Oily Stono Fillers,
"New ProwW Twist Drills,
iinv20-8! .Hun's Patent "Duplex" Die Block.
vMeByaM'MIC Um. jatfl m PC iXlBOM
In those of llu n:ittnnnl h.'iliii'u't'
Stale. The Insurance Woild of
this Equitable holds a reniaikablcr
lbr U'mlil II inoi n l.irtri-h'liiwt. I
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better contract than auvother
4J. .22:.100,0()0 00
.roiiN- Kna, Vice-President.
Or.au., Jtiiow.s, Auditor.
Pipe it liolt Culling,
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