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SATURDAY, FEB.' 15, 1890.
JIMS Mnilpnn, Hayward, ! day fiom
J'chr I.avlula from Ewa
Stun ,las Makce from ICaual
Stmr Kinaii fiom Maul and Hawaii
Slnir 0 K Bishop for Walatiae, Vnl:ilii:i
ntiil Koiitnu at !) a tn
,-itmr V (5 Hall for Lahahui, Maalaea,
JCona. Kau and tho Volcano at III
oVloek u in
IInw rt S Australia, lloudlctte, for
Kan Francisco at nnon
Jl M S H Marlpoa. Hayward, for the
VESSELS LEAVING Oil MOM DAY
Htnir Iwnlanl for Nahalna and II. una-
kua at in a in
lilt Hesper for I'ort Tuwiicpiul
For Sum Francisco per S S Aus
tralia, Feb 1.1 II Jticnieiisclineider,
Hon II M Whitney, Mis L M
Ingcrsoll, N 1) Hodge, Ira Bishop,
Miss Pilshry, Col Paine, Geo Nor
ton, Mrs Ledurer and two children,
Mrs II II Dixon, V S Dodge, Miss
JaruPion, Miss Kchoe, W II Nolan,
It J Cirifllth, B M Lombard, A 0
Bradley, .7 1) Gass and wife, Mrs
Savage, II (! Rouse, Mrs Rouse, V
L MoKwen, It A Wilson, Rufus
1'arker, Miaj Parker, V Knudson, K
Bailey, Miss Leonore Lake, M lly
nian, wife, three cliildrcn and ser
vant, C A Drown, wife, son and
maid, SirThos Esmonde, Hon John
Dillon, Miss M Melville, Misses
Wallace (2), II Grierson, K Kopke,
ST Bownu, Mrs J Harris, .) It
Smith, Miss Keough, Major Gilbert.
From San Francisco per it M S Marl
poa, Fell 15 JAI Ilcnuett. Any; llroi--eau,
l)r Geo 1 Andious wife anil
child, Frank lltmihcltucr, Jt Carroll, A
P Church, .lames l)odd, .luniiis Dana
and wife, A Duranil, Kdivard Dvcrett
and wife, Dr. I D luirry, Miss Minnie I!
fiarileou, Cant .1 O Green, A llerliert,
Mrs Lelberr, .Miss Helen Lewis W.Mar.
.hall, MUs Maltha McLcllan. Mm M A
Meyers, Hon S Parker and wife, ('apt
Chas Pottrr, P N Ilenilllard, Mrs. Kd
ward Tatuui, Miss Florence K Htowc,
MNs Nellie Shaw, Lieut .) A Shearman.
Capl E M Shepard, Mls Blanche A
Smith, Mrs V. V parhawk, Mis 8 15
Swauton, .1 II K Waters and wife, Mrs
V O Wilder, II O Lyon, II Pcyseo,
Ralph Mnusllehl,'Mis Emma Jteniil
lard, lit steerage and 77 through pas
sengers. From windward ports per stmr Kinnii
Feb 15 Mm C W Ahford and child.
Jas IJachelor, Mrs E It Hendry, H R
Hitchcock, jr. Theo Wolff, Win Vauatta,
W Uywater, L Drew, P F Rodgers, A
Jl Loehensteln, Miss Piiuleliiia.tTvlurra
and wife, Airs it Itycroft mid two chil
dren, F Spencer, Mrs M .lu-eph, Mrs K
Luiiiahclhei, Mrs C It S Kvuneisley,
Miss Opuulani, J X S Wlllianis, W Jier
lowltz, W W JJrunnor, Mrs J II JIabv,
Mrs O , Wight and family, and 71) deck.
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr WO
Hall, Feb 15: For the Voleano-A K
Marchaud, wife and child, I) Kcll, C 11
Piatt and wife, J 11 Kicker and E
Spring. For way ports His Majesty
the King, II K II Princess LUiuokalani,
Mr Horner and wife, Mls M A Horner,
V 11 llayselden, Walter Ilayselden,
Miss HavselUeu, T Andrews, Mr Mar
shall, 4lrn WINon, Mi's Waldron, Col S
Xorrjs and 40 deck.
The stmr Kinaii brought this morning
0,852 bags sugar, 07 bags corn, 1 17 b.igs
potatoes, 88 biulls hides, 18 pigs, 8 wain
awa and lir. pkgs sundries.
The Jt M S Mariposa sailed from San
Francisco Feb 8th at 4 :3S p m. First
two days had light northerly winds with
smooth sea. Tlicuea to port light to
moderate easterly winds with smooth
sea. Arrived at wharf fit Honolulu 8 a
'J'he four-masted schooner Unhurt
Lewers, Capl 1) Jl V Penhallow, sailed
from Sun Francisco Feb ."th for Port
A Pteel sailing ship of 1700 gross re
gister tonnage lias just been launched at
the Sestrl Ponente yard, near Genoa.
She Is the first steel vessel built In Italy,
and'was named the Cavallero Cianipa.
SrOKKN Jan 20, Lat:t(i X, ion i:( W,
Ur ship Uorowdale , from Liverpool for
Honolulu, with cargo shifted.
The German bark Adonis passed
Prawle Point, Feb 5th, from llreiueii for
Tim stmr Jas Makee brought 2.40J
bags sugar (his morniiig.
The stmr Walaleale wns despatched
to Ewii this nuiriilDg to tow to port the
two weathor-biiund schooners with ba
nanas for Hie steamship Australia.
The seliooner Olga is receiving sugar
at the Kiuau wharf. -dlllMS
Swlflsuro arrived at San
Francisco from Esipilraault, Feb II. She
was to remain for ten days and then
proceed for Aeapuleo, Panama, Callao,
and Corpiiinbo; at Coiuiimlio the Swift
Mire expects to meet Jl 11 M S War
sprlto (her relief), Rear Admiral Chas
HothainMCapt 11 Lambtoii. The War
sprite is a, twin-screw eruisei, llrst class
armored, 10 guns, 8,400 tons, and 10,000
Since our last advices the following
vessels arrived at San Francisco from
Iho Hawaiian Kingdom: FebU-bk.IC
Pllugerand brigantiue W G Irwin, 17-1
days, both from Honolulu. Departures
we're : Feb 1 , bk W 11 Godfrey for Hono
lulu; Feb !?, Mihr J G North for Mahu
oia; Feb !f, bk V S Tiomi)3oii for Hor
tiilu; 'Feb 4, hid Discovery for lloim-
ill 1 1 ; Feb 7, hglne. ConsuMo for Kahu
lul ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
QuinquoRcsima Sunday. allie
Holy Communion C ;.0 a. in,
Litany, 0:3Q a. ).
Mofning Prayer, 10 a. m. (Hyipns
310, 1(J5, 180. ' Sermon by Roy, W,
llawniian Kvcnsonjj, !I:!I0 p, ni,
livening Prayer, (! p. in, (Hymns
208, 202, 27. Sermon by Rt. Rev.
Dishop of Honolulu.
U8 enlnmiiB. nurelv local mallei
Mailed lo foreign counlrifH, y.i per
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
concert at. Emma Square,
Tin: Mariposa calls for the
nics nl 8 o'clock this evening,
O'CoNSon says the Myrtle's fs the
finest hoathouco this side of Chic.igo.
His Majesty Ihu King and l'i in
cogs Liliuoknlani loft on the V. (I.
I fall for winthvaid.
Mit. Ilatchcldcr and Mr. and Mir.
E. 1'. Cliundy aio bookul In lenvu
for the Colonies to-night.
Tin: damage done to the O.ilut
rniboad by the slorm lias been re
paired, and trains arc again running.
Mn. Thomas Kmilli, purser of the
Mariposa, lias tlie Dtii.i.criN'H Ibaiiks
for San Francitco lilcs ami icpoitof
Tm:m: will lie a eoniplinienlaiy
iccepliou in honor of Mr. Theo. II.
D.ivies, by Hie employees of the
llonolubi'lion Works, at V. M. CA.
bail this evening.
Tin-: Australia wus detained fiom
1(1 to 12, and (lieu to 1 o'clock to
day, in onler to accommodate Hie
community in answeiiugeoncspontl
ence received by the Mariposa.
Tin: Han Fiancii-co "Chronicle" on
the -Itii liad a lews article on (be
Hawaiian election. II said (be ka
nakas and missionaries composed
llio National I'efoim 1'jiily, anil ex
pressed fears of Hawaiian icsidenls
of San Francisco thai, there would
be an iiiKiirieclion.
Tut: Rayniond-Whitconib excur
sionists, whoso names appear in the
Hotel list, will nioslly leave the isl
ands on the next, trip of the Austra
lia, but. (wo or three of the ladies will
probably iciuain until it is time to
join the Alaskan excursion nl San
Francisco in the spiiiig.
John Iteilly, engineer of the- wreck
ed steamer Ewn, was taken to his
bonus in Punchbowl stieet. from llio
Qtiaiautinc Station yesterday after
noon. He was unconscious of his
sin rounding:-! but was ic.vived by hot
water applications. To-day be is im
proved blit from llio pain siirl'cicil
thinks some of bis litis arc biokcn.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this afternopn at Emma Square
commencing at 1 :'M o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
March Festival n
Overture cinlrainlilc .........
Cavatina The Pirate
Quadrille In Mas; .
X HAWAII IN LONDON.
The New Year (1890) festivities
in London have been, marked by the
considerable attention shown to
Prince Kawananakoa and Prince Ka
lanianaolc and Miss Eva and Miss
Helen Paiker -(daughters of the
Hon. Samuel Parker of Honolulu,
II. I.) During the wlwle of the
Christmas holidays the Princes and
the young ladies were the guests of
Sir Som'ers and Lady Vine at their
residence near Dulwicli College in
the southern suburbs of Loudon.
Sir Somers Vine, it may bo remem
bered, was entertained by His
Majesty the King at the lolani
Palace in July last, when on his
jSurney from New Zealand to Canada
in connection with the Urttish Im
perial Institute of which the Prince
of Wales is President. The reports
of the London newspapers show that
Sir Somers Vine with the assistance
of Lady Vine lias largely recipro
cated 'the hospitality, extended to
him in Honolulu by the King and
Mr. Parker. On Christmas Evo the
Misses Parker were taken to a ball
given at the Mansion House by the
Lord Mayor and the Lady Mayoress
and on'New Year's Eve they attend
ed a private entertainment at Dul
wicli. On Saturday, January 11th,
the Princes and tho Misses Parker
accompanied by Sir Soiners and
Lady Vino were received at luncheon
by the Lord Mayor. On tiio even
ing of the same, day the party were
present at a reception in tho Royal
Institution when thq Prince of Wales
presided over the delivery by Pro
fessor Max Mullor of the inaugural
address of the School of Modern
Oriental Studies in connection with
the Imperial Institute. At Die close
of the proceedings, His Royal High
ness specially commanded Sir
Somers Vine to present tho Princes
and Lady Soiuqr.s Vinculo introduce
Hie Misses Parker to him. The
Prince of Wales cordially shook
hands with them and entered into a
pleasant conversation extending over
sonic minutes. On Monday, .Jan
uary l.'lth, Hie young Princes ac
companied by Mr. Paul Neumann
and Mr. II." It. Armstrong (Ha
waiian Consul-General), attended a
banquet in furtherance- qf c ob
jects of the Leprosy Ftpul initiated
by the Princo of Wales last sum
mer immediately after tho death of
Father Damion at Molokai. His
Royal Highness presided over a
brilliant company at tho dinner, and
at its close Mr. Paul Neumann was
introduced to the Prince by Sir
Somers Vine. The courtesies ghpivn,
to thp representatives of Hawaii have
ji.Cpp, gejlcrally notlpcd by tho prin
cipal London riowspaors,
'..'. ..1 LUH,J
KfPT HIM OFf,
Stranger I notice your name is
Do Million. Ave you related to the
wealthy De Millions of New York?
Poor, but respectable, De Million
I iiu- n distant relation, air.
Indeed! How distant?
Woll, sir, as ilislan as Uiey can
keep me, air,
V(r Fi'tniciKCo, Ji'cb. iSV, ;)er
The residence of Sccretaiy Tracy
at Washington was burned Monday
morning, Feb. .'!. Mrs. Tracy jump
ed from a window, receiving injil
lics iroin which she soon died. Miss
Mary Tiacy and Josephine, a French
maid, were taken from the building
dead. Mrs. Wilincriling, the Secre
tary's cldcot daughter, and her
child, Miss Alice, escaped with
slight, injuries. Secretary Tracy
himself was removed from the house
in an unconscious condition, suffer
ing from asphyxiation, but after
ward revived, and wan pronounced
out of danger by the physicians in
attendance. As soon as tho news
of thu tragedy reached the Senate
thai body adjourned, and many of
its members called lo enquire ie
garding the 'Secretary's condition.
President, Harrison was very -much
affected by tho sad affair, and, fol
lowing so soon after the deaths of
Walker Dlaine and Mrs. Coppingcr,
it lias created a piofound impression
Dy the closing of a coal mine at
Mount Canuel, Pa., 100(1 hands arc
thrown out of work.
Gov. Hill of New York sent a spe
cial message to the Legislature,
urging it. to pass thu World's Fair
hill at once and without amendment.
At Doston tile steamer Persian
Monarch, from London for New
York, was reported as having lost,
A strike of whito miners in Dibb
county, Alabama, was caused by the
employment, of colored men. A
baud of negroes fired from ambush
late at night, on a party of white
men. Two were killed and three
others wounded. Tho negroes then
A .prize fight at Drockton, Mass.,
was i aided by the marshal and fif
teen present have to appear in court.
One of Hie principals in a prize fight
at Lebanon, Ind., was lined S.'iO and
sent to jail DO days.
A w'rit of error has been granted
in tho case of three Anarchists in
the Illinois State Penitentiary. Their
ground is that they were not in court
when sentenced. Leading lawyers
say the move will only make it worse
Mary Anderson Hie actress is en
gaged lo marry Antonio de Navarro
of New York.
Ex editor West of the Chicago
Times lias been released on S 10,000
bail pending hearing of a writ of
error. lie is under sentence of five
years in penitentiary for over-issuing
A rush of intending settlers on a
false report that the Sioux reserva
tion was opened to settlement was
turned back by the Indian agent
and a force of police.
A Havana despatch says General
Salamanca, Captain General of Cuba,
is dead, succeeded by General Chin
chilla, formerly Minister of Wor.
Costa Itica lias issued a grant to
an English company to build a rail
way from San Jose to Esparda. The
republic is making great progress.
The late rcpoit of a bloody revolu
tion llieic must have been false.
Mr. and Mrs. -DraiUcy on the eve
ning of the 7th gave an ciitertain
.ment tho most gorgeous ever given
in New York. It was a dinner and
cotillon to 27-1 friends, costing. 8"0,
000. Dclmonico's was hung with
tapestries wortli fully $25,000, and
nearly $10,000 was spent in orchids
alone. That would leave quite a
sum for grul).
Rear Admiral Quackcnbuih, lT.
S. N., died at Washington, .1th,
La grippe is spreading in Mexico,
doing havoc especially among the
Women closed two saloons at
Latlirop, Mo., kept open in defiance
of tho local option law. The cru
saders smashed the fixtures and des
troyed $1000 wortli of liquor.
One branch of the legislature of
North Dakota lias passed a bill lo
transfer thu Louisiana lottery to
Bismarck. Many people favor' it as
a revenue measure, in the general
depression of business ami poor
stale of Hie treasury. Theru is,
however, a tremendous movement lo
defeat' the .scheme.
A great blizzard is raging in the
Red River Valley.
Thu'Nalional Locorn,u,Uve Work,
CqniiellsYillo, Pa., Iiavo been des
troyed Dy n gale.
Tho seliooner Nora Harkins, that
left San Francisco Dec. !)1 for Hum
boldt, was towed into the former
port Feb. 7. She lost her rudder
in a gale Jan. 11 and had since been
drifting about. The crew had noth
ing to eat but coffee and, sugar the
last live dnyo,
Meg. Coi'tpi'nger, Secretary Ulaino'fi
eldest daughter, died at her father's
icqiilcnce, 2d inst., of congestion of
tlio brain caused by la grippo.
Tho Samoan treaty was ratified by
llio Senate on the Itii with only
twelve negative votes.
Jake Kilrain thrashed Vacquelin,
the Southern champion, with ease at
New Orleans, In three rounds.
H. D. M. S. Swiftsure had to
como'lo San Francisco for repairs
to her machinery, which broke down
The flood in the Willamette river
at Poilliuid, Or., is subsiding ra
pidly. Losses aggregating about a
quarter of a million weft sustained
by mill-owners and others.
' Many lives have been lost and
much property destroyed by land
slides in Idaho'.
Ex-Speaker Randall, .the Demo
cratic leader, is slowly sinking. His
malady is cancer.
Mexico lias discontinued irksome
quarantine rules against American
Senator Kdinunds resigned from
the Foreign Affairs committee and
loft the Senate executive session in
an angry mood, because he consid
ered Senator John Sherman had act
ed in bad faith in connection with
tlio rejection of Edmunds' resolu
tion on Samoan affairs. Tho
declared that under the Samoan
treaty none of the rights of the Full
ed Stales undei the treaty of 1K78,
which gave the United Stales a coal
ing station at Pagd-Pago, were itn-
An explosion qccuried in the col
liery at Abersychan, Monmoulhshiie,
Glh, and JlOO miners were imprison
ed for several hours. Keaily 200
lives were lost.
A plot to kill Prince Ferdinand of
Rulgarin was discovered. Major
Panilza the leader and several fol
lowers were promptly executed.
Thcrejs a collapse in pig iron at
Riotous students at Oporto, Por
tugal, smashed the windows of the
leading social club, because it had
not expelled Englishmen belonging
lo it and had admitted ollieis.
Mitchell beat Mace in a boxing
match for S.'i.OOO at Glasgow, 7th.
It was fought in four rounds of two
minutes each. Mace was badly
George Kciinaii at Chicago offers
to prove before the Prison Congress
every detail of the massacre of
Siberian exiles by Cossacks which
lias been denied by the Russian
The Duko of Orleans lias been
arrested for entering France con
trary lo the law perpetually banish
ing him. lie reached Ids majority
on the (ith and suddenly appeared
in Paris, and trying to enlist, as a
private soldier was ordered under
A leading topic in Berlin is thai
of the liberal tendencies of Emperor
William. His assuming the cham
pionship of the workingman againsX
the employer is displeasing to capi
talists. . Prince Rismarck's former
utterances against state interference
with the labor question arc eagerly
A despatch to a Paris paper says
the Somalis, instigated by the Eng
lish, have massacred a French cara
van. The Duko of Montezuma, des
cendant of the Emperor of Mexico
of that name, has died in Spain.
A Vienna despatch reports that
at Sofia the most vlgilant( military
precautions arc taken. Prince Fer
dinand offered to abdicate if it was
thought best for the benefit of the
country, but the Ministers unani
mously opposed it.
A steamer arrived in London from
the Azores, reporting that the
steamer Erin had not been there.
The Radicals want Gladstone to
go lighter on Home Rule, thinking
they cannot carry the elections on
Mr. Everett, of tlio Raymond ex
cursion party, is a cousin of Sheriff
Everett of Maui..
O'Connor, the great Canadian
oaisman, is a through passenger on
the Mariposa. He' will give an ex
hibition of sculling in his own shell
from the My i lie lioat Club House at
:i :,".() this afternoon.
Hon. Paul Neumann attended a
banquet presided over by the Prince
of Wales in London and was pre
sented to His Royal Highness.
Mrs. Wr. C. Wilder returned from
the Coast by the mail steamer this
morning. Her family did not expect
her so soon.
Hon. and Mrs. Saml. Parker re
turned from their protracted visit
to Europe and America by Hie Mai i
posa. "Sam" finds himself a great
political factor nt this juncture,
being the chosen of two parlies for
Mr. Henry George, tho author of
"Progress and Poverty," is going
through lo the Colonies on Hie Mari
posa. A look at the distinguished
gentleman was eagerly sought by
citizens who met the steamer at the.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Feb. 13 R. L. Van Dusen, Min
neapolis; II. Alhcrlson, Chicago;
11. D. Sears, jr., and wife, P. N.
Remillard and daughter, Oakland,
Cal. ; Mrs. McLeod, St. Louis; W.
S. Perkins, Win. Carroll, San Fran
cisco; Daniel Cottier, Mrs. Cottier,
Miss Cottier, Miss Margaret Cottier,
London; Dr. A. P. Merrill, New
York city; J. H. E. Waters and
wifo, Colorado; Miss Jeannette
Shaw, San Jose, Cal. ; Albert Dur
and, Paris; J. A. Mulligan, Franco;
P. II. Kwiiig, Delfast; W. D. Ellis,
N. Z. ; Mrs. Teleka, Melbourne;
W. O'Connor, Toronto, Can. ; Jas.
Shearman, U. S. N. ; C. Sander,
Sandhurst; W. Geo, Christchiirch,
N. 'A. ; F. Sponoer, Hawaii; Henry
C, Lynn, manager of tho Raymond
Whitcotnb excursion, with the fol
lowing paity: Edward Everett and
wifo, Miss-Helen Lewis, Mrs. M. A.
Meyers, Miss Florenco Stowe,-Mrs.
M.'T. Tntum, Mr. Aug. Drosseau,
Miss Minnie K. Garrison.
' ULIMATE AND PHTHISIS.
Does climate euro phthisis? is
answered in the allirmalive, "be
yond question," by Dr. James A.
Lindsay of Delfast, Ireland, in the
current number of tlio Popular Sci
ence Monthly. "It does it, not
usually by a single or speciflcpiaUt
of thcair or any definite combina
tion of meteorological conditions,"
lie says, "but by removing the con
sumptive from the evil iullucnccs of
unfavorable meteorological condi
tions and of an injurious soil, and
transferring him to u climate where
fresh air, sunshine and outdoor life
may be enjoyed and their concomi
tant advantages realized. The host
climates to cure phthisis arc found at
marine resoits and mountain resorts.
Tho best marine resort Is a sea
going ship a sailing vessel pre
ferred and tlio longer tlio voyage,
the better. Next are ocean islands,
coast islands and shore places, of
which Algiers, Tangier and Malaga
are among the best. Of tlio 'dry in
land resorts, the best arc Nubia,
the interior parts of Algeria, tho
Orange Ficc Sale and the vast in
terior plains of Australia, of which
Hie Orange Free State is recom
mended on aacount of its altitude.
The mountain resorts have procd
most clllcacioits in cases of delayed
recovery from pneumonia, with
threatening tuberculosis, chronic
pleurisy with much fibroid change, in
cipient catarrli of Hie apex and chro
nic tubercular phthsis, with good re
action and Hie retention of lair con
stitutional vigor. They arc not good
for advanced and much weakened
cases; and, speaking generally,
only chronic cases with fair reaction
are suitable for climatic treatment."
ELECTION Hals at Flshel's. Silk
Uwiver Hats, Giey Plug Hats,
Stetson Huts in grey, black and brown.
ZWIEBACK or GeimanToist, vciy
grind I'ordvspcpllcsiuid well people,
on sale at the '"fclllt- lee Cicain Parlor?."
A I.MHIK CONS(lXMi:sr 1)1
New Zealand Oats
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT, AT
UNION FEED CO.
con sai.i: nv Tin:
UNION FEED CO.
The undersigned having been appointed
agents for the Hawaiian Islands
For tho Celebrated
Baldwin -:- Locomotives
Fiom the works of
Burnham, Pany, Williams & Co.,
Are now pri'pired to give estimates and
receive orders for then cjigiiiot, of any
size and stjlc.
The I'.M.mvi.s' I.ocomotivij Woiikh are
now maniifar.tuilng a style of Locomo
tive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently burn
trecived at these IsUudi, and we will
have pleasure in furiii-dilng plantation
agents and maiiagrrH uilli particulars
The superiority of thcni: LncnmntivcB
over all ol her makes Is mil only known
here hut U acknowledged ihioughout
I ho United States.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
1(52 d.Wl w.ly
NEW ZEALAND MULLET
XT KW Zealand Canned Slullet is rn.
L nidly ciivvwMng salmon out of the
iimikcl. Hole iigvnlH fur thu celebrated
"rftar llrand," am
.i. k. intowx&co.,
400 I w Merchant struct.
THE WORKWOMAN'S PAPER
X "The Dally HidletK" f0 cents
Views of the
The Equitable shows figures equal to those of tlio national balanco
slinfti of sonic very rcspcctal)le-3ized Stales. Tho Insurance World of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society is a colossal inst Kill ion. It Li
unique in its position and marvelous in its record. It occupies the. highost
place among kindred institutions. The Irish Insurance Ranking and
It is no use disguising the fact that the Equitable holds a remarkable
position among the Insurance olllces of the World. It does a larger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus and givc.i a belter contract than any other
company. Leamington Spa Courier.. ' .
Willi the pitiful system of stale insurance in Germany compare what
is done by some of the great private Assurance Companies, by the greatest
of them all, for instance, Hie Equitable Life Assurance Society of the Tinted
States. Dublin Lyceum.
The largest of American Life Olllces and therefore the largest In the
World is the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S. F:irpla.y of
The office that has done Hie tno3t in promoting safe and liberal Lifo
Insurance is Hie Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S. London
New business in 18S) 17fi ,000,000 00
Income for 188!) .'10,000,000 00
Surplus 22,500,000 00
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-00
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware,. Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
-A NEW INVOICE OF-
Classware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
(ialvauized Fence Wire, lllack Steel Fence Wiro, Galvanized Staple,
Hlaek Staples, Special Quality l'enco Staples.
NEW GOODS ! " 2r NEW GOODS !
In all lines by lato arrivals. Agents for
HuhlxM- CJ a id en Hose, Wire Bound Hose, Stouin.lfoso,
01' VCIlY RIM'KKIOU QWAI.ITY.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., (LV),
II. F. Diu.ixoiiam, .T. (1. SrnsKT.n, F. L. Wintt.r,
President. Manager & Secretary. Treasurer.
T M l01t'l? ltSIl,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', Illaoksniillis', Machinists' & Plumbera' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Ivilchcii Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
G titiGftil IVXei'olui inline.
Blako's Steam Pumps, Western's Centrifugals,
Wilcox Si (Hubs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
-Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
K. It. Ilr.Niii'.r, President tfc Manager. .Ions Kna, Vice-President.
nonriit:r Huow.v, Secretary & Treasurer. Ckoii. JIuown, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
0iu. HiireckrlM' Hunk, : FnrliHlrcct, llonoliiln.
IMPOUTKRS nod DEALERS INT
Hardware, -i- Crockery, -:- Glassware,
fihandoliotfl, Eleetoliers, Lamps & Lamp Fixture?, .
Paints, Oils A Varnishes, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Khol A Caps, Machine-loaded Cartridges, Ohaniboi Iain's Patent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING -;- GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
l'hiws, Planters' Steel Hoes, and other 'Agiieulttiral Implements,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION ,!
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die-Stock for Pipe .t Bolt Outline;, '
Manila &. Sisal Rope, Rubber Hom,
Who Hound Rubber llose, Sphu'lcr-gtip;
Sprinklers it Spi inkier Stand,
AOiotN'rH irore ,
Union Metallic. Carhido Co.,
Ilaitiiian's Steel Wire Foncn .fc Steel Wiro Mats,
"New Process" Rope,
Wm. CJ, Fisher'rt Wrought Steel Ranges, NealV CanugoiPiiiu'ln,
(late City Stone Filters, - : '
"New Piocess" Twist Dulls,
nnv2i)-Hil HiiiPm Patent "Duplet" Die Stocks,