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DAILY. BULLJHJTilN: i J (,)Zi ULULU, .11. 1., JUXB 4, LsUU.
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WEDNESDAY, .JUNE J, 1M0.
StmrC R P.Udiop from cheilit of Oahu
June -1 -Still
r Hawaii for lintuukiiii ni . p m
bebr LiiKn for Ivohnla
tituir Kll.uu'ii llou for tlakalati and llo
IlOltltt ti p III
Stmr Wiilnloaalo foe Xinvlllwlll and I lit
uamaulu :ii t ) in
VESSELS LEAVIH3 TC-MOhROW.
Sola- Mol Wahlue for Kohnlalclu
For Mini! il-i- ntnii' Lll.i'llkc, June 3
JuUjjeLM'i.nlly, Mi- Mi; ully, Paul
Neumann. LI CliciuiLf, U 0 Xueuainu,
J N S llllain-. 0 I una. It W Meyer,
lllld CD drcK.
The hnrkeutlnc JJobcii. Sudden will
load sue;nr for San Francisco niter un
loading Inn ultimo of coal.
Tim tt'i'li .1 Ci Xortli has lumber on
.board In tr.nsli foi-Malutkoim.
The 4-mnticd solioonor Ooldcu Shore
l.i nt the old Ciis-toiu llou-u wliuif, be
lnj; iccaull;ed. She I- io load sugar lor
June 2d, bv tin'. Rev. P. O P.eok-
witll. U. D., till! lillll. UllR3l-ll D.
Walbridgo, oi Wallnlm, Main, to
.Mis-s BernlceP. Fnike, of Honolulu.
Gnu invariably icuds in the P. C.
Advertiser thai the miiititea (if the
House had to be corrected every
innrinnur. which evcrvone in the Le
gislative Hull at. the time of ononinp
Knows to bo :i deliberate lie, aimed
w'itlt malicious intention nt the so
orelary, to create uiul llx upon the
public iiiiml the impression that the
cleric of the House is incapable of
writing a truthful accntinlof the do
ings of tlie Legislative Assembly.
i protest against this dowmighb
misrepresentation of fuels. Anil if
the Advertiser is managed by it man
who loves the truth, I hope lie will
hereafter insist upon truttiful re
ports of the Legislature.
Clerk of the House.
Honolulu, Juno 4.
WOMAN'S BOARD OF MISSIONS.
The Woman's Board of Missions
will hold their public exercises thh
evening at 7:30 at, the Central
Union Church. Following is the
Prayer and scripture reading.
Recording Secretary's report
Chinese girls Recitation
Mrs. P. W. Damon's report.
Kawaiahao Seminary girls
Miss Mary Green's report.
HOUSE AKD LOBBY.
Hon. J. B. Atherton, Mr,
Sayford the evangeliut, Mr.
McCoy, General Secretary
Kan Francisco Y. M. C. A., and-Mr.
S. D. Fuller, General Secretary of
the Honolulu Y. M. C. A., visited
the House in company this morning.
Noble AYulbridgc did not allow his
honeymoon to interfere with his
legislative duties. He was in his
place as usual this morning. His
constituents ought to appreciate
such Spartan fidelity to their intcr-ests.-
Therc is only one bill left on the
order pnper. All the rest of tho
business is in the hands of commit
tees. Unless they report up some
thing fresh to-morrow morning, tho
House will be at a loss for something
to do, Then Satan, according to
Watts, will get in his work.
The total number of deaths reported
for the month of May, lh!)0, was G'.,
distributed as follow:
Under 1 year.. . . 8 From JIO to -10. . . 9
From 1 to fi 1 Fioui -10 lo .Ml... ii
Prom Mo 10. . . . :i Piom 60 lo CO. . . 1)
Prom 10 to 20. .. 5 From 00 to 70.. . 1
Prom 20 lo 80. . . 7 Over 70 8
Mali, 41 Penuries, 18
Ilawallans Hi Great Jiritalu.... 2
Uliliipsn 7 AniurleatiR 2
PortugucM) 2 Other nations.. . 1
Number unattended., 1C
OAf.SU OK DEATH.
Afthma l Gnu shot wound. 1
itcrlbcrl 2 Hemorrhage 1
Unrns , 2 Fever 1
Blights Disease 1 Inanition l
liowel Compl'nt I Measles
Consumption... tl Old Ago 7
Convulsions 1 Obstruction ....
Cancer I IVrltnultls 1
Croup 1 Paralysis 1
Dysentery - Septicaemia I
Dhirrliau 1 Typhoid Fever. . 2
Debility 1 'Itiiuor f i
DIs, ofjlleart.... 0 I'ukuown :
UUMI'AllATiyi; MONTHLY MOUTALITV.
May 1SS0 118 Ma v 1 SS'J !50
May 1W Hi May l&'JO DO
May 188 all
Annual death ratu pur 1003 per
Ilawallans lit. 00
All other nationalities 18.00
O. B. Reynolds,
Aa;ciit Board of Health.
Weii.nksdav, Juno llth,
chiliued lie u Jillblle lioiiil i,.
Twmi.vi: volumes of I be
il for Mile.
peilia lliitntinicit tite oll'on
Y. M. C.
M. ('. A. boys will ineel ut
to.tnonow afleriiriui in Hie
Anvonk in want tuny
lo pinuuru a driver by
the Bulletin ofliee.
WllOi:vi:il wnnls egfi fur iselliii),'
may learn wbeie lo get llieni by eon
nulling our advertising column-.
Tin: Catholic l.ailie' Benevolent
Soe'mty will nioel nt tho Convent, nl
!( o'clock on the afleiiiniui of I'lid.'iy
The United Slates MiuiMi-i Uo.m
dent and ladyiire holding a rtcep.
lion ut the Legation this afternoon,
beginning at II o'clock.
A cnr.TtriCATE of htoek in Ihe Iu
ti'r4land Steam Xnvigation Co. lu.
been lost, and persons are cautioned
against negotiating Ihe tame.
Tun Friend report-, a sluing roll-itiou.-i
inoveuii.'i'il mining the boy of
the ICniiiehaiiieliu tjebool. A "inn
jority of Ihein hue profpRM'i! ixli
gion. Till-: Honolulu Fire Depailmcul
has ileeidtd upon the evening of
June lOib for a Mibicrii!ion b.i I, In
aid of the ick anil telnf fund of the
Hon. 1J. 11. WaHiridgu uiul Mits
Borniee Pail: were married. Inst
evemiig, at the residence of Ihe
bride's mother. Dr. K. O. HeeUwth
was the otliciating clergyman.
At tin- Bianch Hoti.1, Wnikiki,
mniiaed by .Mji. White, theio weie
no lei tbiiii fmii dilleront parties
.mni lfoiiululu, laat night. Tln r-ea-side
leort is htei.dily grow wig in
The annuil meuiiiiK ( tho Wo
man's Board of Mis-inn, held up
terdny ut the residence of .Mrs. B. F.
Dillingham, waa the oceai'ion of a
largo gatheiing of Indie.-. Mrs. II.
Bingham pre.-ided. The proceedings
were intensely lutere-ting.
Mn. Oco. l.ueas received the
tract at fcl'loO for fleeting the
iron market building imported
England. Meters. Wallcor it
wan' received tlie contract toi build
ing Government workshops ami .-tote-house,
on the esplanade, nt $oli:7.
Tun Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society, at its annual mectiut! Satur
day evening, at thu house nl Hon. J.
B. Athnrton, voted appropriation of
fp77.15 for tho unsuing year, r.n against
.$1010 for the year just elo-ed. Three
thousand dollars of tlie amount if
for a new undeitakinp, an Indus
trial IIiiiuc for educated Hawaiian
The Friend for June has extended
notiefs of the mis-inn of Mr. S. M.
Sayford, evangelist, to this city.
Theio is a eulogi3tic bkelch of Rev.
Dr. Hyde, in connection with his
present visit abroad. An extended
obituary notice of the late Rev. E. T.
Doane, missionary to Micronesia,
appeals, and there aro extracts from
tho journals of Mrs. Logan and Hi v.
J. II. Mahoe, in the same field. The
general news fcatuio is well sustained.
The Britisli cruder Champion
bade farewell to Honolulu limber
yesterday afternoon at -h-lo o'clock.
The gentleman and lady fiiends of
Captain St. Clair and his ollicers
waved their last adieus from the deck
of the steamer Mikahala as the
Champion glided pae-t before them.
Thu band of thu U. S. flagship
Oharlo-ton played "Clod Save the
Queen," the Champion returning the
compliment by dipping her eiihign,
the Ohiiile-lon also lowering hor en
sign. The sale of Dr. Tiousseau's boats
by Lewis J. Levey, at thu boat-house
this noon, was largely attended. H.
Hackfcld &. Co. bought tho ship's
lifeboat for $75. Mr. A. Herbert pur
chased tho folding "boat for -iU, tho
scow for $35, and tho sneak box for
$15. Tho man-of-war gig was bought
by .Mr. Cook, book-keeper for T. H.
Davies .fe Co., for $50. The telchcopo
went at $50, to tho Myrllo Boat Club.
The entiro sale amounted to $51)0.
Tho (.team launch and caUniaran
wore disposed of at private sale, Mrs.
Kapu buying the launch. The build
ing was not sold, only $300 being
Woman's Board of Missions, Cen
tral Union Church, 7:30.
Services at, St. Andrew's
drnl, nt 7:80.
Drill Co. C Honolulu
R I lies,
Oahu Lodge Xo. 1, R. of 1
Mystic Lodge Xo. -, K. of P., at
Engine. Co. Xo. 2, regular meet
ing, at 7:30.
Monthly meeting of Engine Co.
Xo. 1, at 7:30.
Monthly meeting Hook & Ladder
Co., ut 7:30;
CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL" OF HONO
LULU. To-morrow, June 5th, is "Corpus
Chrlstl," a feast of obligation, in
stituted by tho church, in honor of
the blessed sacrament of the nltar,
and Ho-culled from tho body of
Christ substantially prosont there.
6 and 7 a. in. low mass with holy
communion. 10 a. m., high ponti
fical muss, wilh the solemn exposi
tion of the blessed sacrament, dur
ing the day. 3 p. m., rosary and
solemn benediction of the M. B.
ELEVEN' HI DAY.
Wi.ii.NT.snAY, June !.
The Legislature i.a called to or
der at 10 o'clock.
Rep. Kamai pie-euled a petition
fiom liana, that no Government of
fice be given lo any clciyman, ex
cepting that of tieen-u to put form
Hie mariiago ceremony. Judiciary
committee. Also, a petition from
liana, that lluelo ami Hoiioiiln he
continued as pan of Hid liana
election district. Laid on table
to be I'Otiaidcied ilh election
bill. Al-o, a petition from Kipa
tiulu, that restrictions on kouohik!
fisheries be abolished. Laid on the
table to be coiislderiil wilh bill on
nt.i-oiiis or (.'oji.iiin:.i:s.
Hep. Kalita tcpoilcri from Ihe Ju
diciary committee on petition Mom
lvipahnlu thatceitaiu olllees should
be made elective. Committee ie
grot that -neli opinions -luiild pie
vail iu favor of icptiblican praclicea
in a mount chiea! system. They will
be pardoned lor 'saying it U nnfoi
tunate that foolUh petitions should
be sent lo the Hnu-e. Coiuniiuec
recommend the petition be laid on
the table. Adopted.
The same euiumitlee repotted on
petition introduced by Hep. lvilu-i,
that the otlloe of Deputy Slim Iff ami
Clerk on Maui be filled by two dif
ferent pcinn. Coinuiiitee find
separate Hems iu Appropriation
Bill, but nothing to pi event Hut two
olllees being held by one person.
They recommend the petition be
laid on the table to bo cou-idercd
with Apptopriation Bill. Adopted.,
The same cniiimiltiMi reported on
petition that Kula, Maui, be made a
separate Judicial ilistiict. They re
commend that tl lie on table "unlit
a bill bo introduced on the Mihjeel.
The same committee leporled on
petition from liana, that Hawaiiaus
In prohibited from mortgaging- their
land- to foreigners. They' say if
tlio desiied law "could be confined to
the distiict of liana, possibly the
House miglit be willing to grant the
prayer. They recommend it lie on
the table. Adopted.
The same committee reported on
petition from Kula, that Governors
be reinstated, and that from Wai
luku, that the Cabluctbe dismissed.
These petitions being similar to oth
ers already laid on the table, the
committee recommend they be dis
posed of In thu same way. Adopted.
Hep. Raima presented a resolu
tion, that 82500 be appropriated for
building certain bridges in liana.
Laid on tho table to hu considered
with Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Knhookauo presented a reso
lution, that, whereas the report of
the Attorney-General docs not slate
the salaries paid Sheriffs, Deputy
Sheriffs and Police throughout the
kingdom, and as the House does
not know how the police appropria
tions are expended ; therefore re
solved, that tho Attorney-General
present a return to this IIouso within
'..wo days of the names of such otflcers
and the salaries paid lo them res
pectively. Rep. Xawahi considered this was
a detect iu reports of the other De
partments, and moved an amend
ment that they be included iu the
renuest for returns.
Rep. Waipnilani opposed the am
endment as ridiculous, as the Attorney-General
had no right lo go into
the other Departments for informa
tion. The resolution as il stands is
well enough, and if other members
desire to apply for similar informa
tion from the other Departments let
them do so.
Rep. Rauhi did not seo that the
resolution would do much good. Il
was like a chicken alieady plucked
ready to be put tn the pot. There
was no good In finding out national
ities and salaries of ollicials during
tho past period. The Appropria
tion Bill was before them and they
could apportion salaries therein for
the new period.
The resolution was adopted.
Rep. Brown gave notice of inten
tion to introduce a bill to amend
chap. 3, laws of 187(5, relating to
Minister Ashford, in reference to
question asked yesterday, by the
member for Moloknl, said'the infor
mation was not in his olllce. lie had
asked the Marshal for il, and re
quested a day's indulgence. Graut
cd. Rep. Kapacbaolc moved that SfiOO
be appropriated for making and re
pairing the road over the pall at
Rep. White moved that $15,000
be oppropriatcd for continuing and
finishing thu road from Lahaina lo
the other side of Maui.
Rep. Waipnilani moved the fol
lowing appropriations: Enlarging
the wharf at Keauhou, SI 200 ; store
house at same place, S'JOO; store
house al Kailua, $200.
Thcso resolutions were all tabled
to be considered with tlio Appropri
Rep. Brown moved the order of
tho day. Carried.
OltDEi: Or THE DAY.
Second reading of a hill to repeal
Chap. 58, Laws of 1838,-relating to
protection of small fish.
Rep. Kapachaolc, introducer of
thu bill, says the law works a great
hardship to people on Molokai, de
priving thorn of almost their whole
means of livelihood.
Rap. Kuliift moved th? hill be In
definitely postponed. The uw had
not had n fair trial, lie lt.nl s.eeti
Chinese fisl.eruien c.ilchiim these
hinnll fish day and itighl. Whatever
It had done on Molok'tl, the law had
nut. been a hardship on Maui. It
should have a fuller trltri.
Rep. Kahookami thought all Ihe
talk about exhausting the -apply of
Hah In the ocean was nonsense. The
peoplu would wear themselves out
before they could diminish the myri
ads of fish. Some consideration
-should be given to those poor pen
pie who wanted resit ictluiis on the
Rep. Xawahi said the. member
who wanted lo repeal the law assist
ed in passing it. The people of Ha
waii did not object to the law. He
prefetred lo eat large fish tat her
than -mall ones. If they did uol
prntoet the young mullet they could
mil slack their wateis with tliat IWh.
It V!tM !W H I-l. Ifl uill- llt.il ll.ii-
,, " V l.U
I'oiiiM not cMiausi tne iiaii in the
ocean, us it would be lo say that
fowl roiilri not be cxhauited by
killing all the chickens before they
laid any egga.
Rep. Brown w:n for indefinite
postponement. Every oivili.eri
country protected its fish. lie had
inlro'luced the. law. Delon: its
passatre the Chinese fish stands were
stm Led it ii thousands of small
Xoble Pua win iu favor of the
bill. If the law included all kinds
of li-h instead of only two, il might
be all light. Womeii at, Ewa made
a Ii in from these atnall fish. Since
the pas-age of the law the cost of
llsh had greatly inci cased,
Noble Baldwin did not believe iu
indefinitely postponing the bill
without giving a hearing to all
points. lie moved it be referred to
the eouiiuittee on commerce.
Hep. .. T. Baker supported the
refeienee to committee on com
merce. This may be an important
matter to Hawaiian-, as small tlsh
nre indispensable in the practice of
Hep. K'ane.'dii moved the bill be.
tetetreil to a select committee, of
which thi! lutioduccr should be a
Rep. Kaubi thought thu bill should
be i ef erred to the sanitary commit
tee, as it affected the lives of the
Xoble Rauhane thought thu House
ought lo deal wilh the bill now.
Every member had doubtless made
.up Ins mind.
Rep. White was in favor of inde
finite postponement no use in te
fcrring to a committee. it was a
black bill and could not. be white
washed. Rep. Kapachaolu hoped the niem
liers would support the bill Iu thu
interest of the poor peoplu. It
would bo wiser to protect the big
fish that producu the spa'wn. He
objected to the committee on com
merce because Rep. Brown, origi
nator of the objectionable Inw, was
on that committee. He moved the
ayes and noes be called, which car
ried. The motion to indefinitely post
pone the bill was lost on the follow
ing division :
Ayes Ministers Austin, Damon,
Thurston, and Ashford; Nobles
Widemanti, Kaulmne, Hind, Bnr
ehardt, Marsden, Anderson, Von
Tempsky, Iseuherg; Reps. Brown,
A. Horner, Rickard, Apiki, While,
Noes Nobles Cummins, Macfar
lane, Muller, Pua, McCarthy, Phil
lips, Crabbc, J. M. Horner, Bald
win, W. Y. Horner, Walbririge, G.
N. Wilcox; Reps. Cuminiiiirs, Mar
ques, Lucas, II. W. Wilcox, Rosa,
Bush, Rauhi, Baker, Kaliookano,
Waipuilani, Kapaehaole, Knnc.ilii,
Halstead, Kamai, Rice, A. S. Wil
The bill was referred lo the com
mittee on commerce.
At 12:18 tho House adjourned till
10 o'clock to-morrow.
1 r) VOLUMES KiifiyclopoMlia Urltan
XrC nlea, Morocco bound, iu good
never u-ud. Apply at this
QITUATIOX as driver, cm drive two
1 J to four horses, or, will take earo
of horses and do chores. Can lead and
wrliu English and Portuguese. Apply
at lids oll'icu. f,7:j -It
EGOS lor SETTING.
JTUtOM Finest Uied llrowu Leghorn
Fowls. fj per dozen. Atinly to
At J. T. Waterhouse's croekerv stoie,
Queen Hreut. ' r.72 Iw
Slock Cortillnnto Lost.
VI It. Alex. Meltrvde gives notice Hint
IJL eertlllcato of stock In the- Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co. Xo. 2.'jI,
dated January 11, J8Si, hi his lavor, bus
been lost, and persons are heroin
warned against negotiating the same.
Any Information respecting this eettlll
eate -linuld bo n-nt to .Mr. Mellrvdc, or
to Theo. II, Davies & Co. 672 2w
Electricity is Life !
XTAXY persons lluil a moderate ap
1J plication of Electricity l!e,ni-llelnl.
Electricity sometimes cures and nearly
always buneilts IllicuuititWm, Neuralgia,
Indigestion, Etc., and nets llkn a toulo
and Is very beneficial iu c-isj of (lonur.il
Debility. Co to
On Quoou .Stroot,
And get an Kleetrlo Shock by dropping
a Nlcxel In. tho slot. Cm be regulated
to suit hu delicate m well us UicHtrouar.
r.7l I m
SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING
- or i hi: -
i Hawaiian Jockey Cliili'"!
MwHn, Jib 11, 1890
Ka-ij to Ooiamesce at 10 O'clxi GUip,
Hact' QUEEN'S PLATE." H0U.
IM'XXI.VO HACK, i; .Mile Dash,
liee for all.
2nd ll.ca "rUUIRITY'STAKsS." :i.p
lil'XXINll RACK. : Mile Par,!..
Hawaii. in bivd 2 year ol-ls. Knuli-j
elojed .Ituii! 1, lsuu.
ant K.ica "KbC'S PLATE." 575.
TitOTTIXf! mid PAf'IXO. Ha
wali.m bud hor-?. be.-t 2 In II, to
4!li ltato-'".VAIKAPU Clr.UEr.'GE CUiV
HUXXIN'G RACE. Mile Dash.
Fioe for all. Winner to beat the
tecoril of Hancock, 1 HCVj.
Oih I'.acc "HAWAIIAN UtWlY." Sutp
tlokcs $50 wlf, J oi key Club Cup
imjxxino it.u'i:. i Mii.i Hash
Hawaiian bred U ear olds. Entries
clo-cd June 1, loin.
C:h Itaco "WAI.llAKUO PLATE." $',0
TftOTriNOand J'AOSXif. II intnu'.e
class. Ilett in :i. Free fr all lo
harness. Plate to lieeonio propeity
of one whining It twice.
7lh l:ac "I.UNAr.i.MAAIMANA PUIE."
KL'XXINO U UB. .: Mile Heats.
Best 2 In :i. Hawaiian bled.
till, fides "II0SITA CHALLENGE CUP."
RUNNING RACE. 1 Mile Dash.
Free for all. Winner to beat the
iceord of "Angle A.," 1 :!;;.
0th Hjcu- "KAPI0LAM PAfiK PtATE,"
TKOTT1XG and FACING. Free
for all. Best ?. hi C, to hame.
ICIli Race 'OCEANIC
NOVELTY RACK.. 1 Mile Dash.
Hawaiian bied. 1st, 2nd and Hid
Quarter, S2.". eich; Last Quarter,
W0 and Cup added.
1 1 Hi Raea "VICE-PRESIDENTS CUP."
RUNNING RACE. lJvTMIIe Umh.
Fiee lor all.
1 2th Hace-"HISMAlES7y'SCtJP." S10U
RUNNING RACK. '
Hawaiian bred. '
13lli Race POST MATCH.,;
TROTTING and PACING. 320
Each. Free for till. To be driven
by members ot the Hawaiian Joe
14th rtacc-",AMEHAMEHA PLATE." JI2G
lalli nice "PONY HACE." $7Sl'JiRac
In 0 Saddle Irotn H:n. II. A. Wide
1 1 hands and under.
for all l'omt'B
All entries to close al 12 o'clock noon,
on Wednesday. Juno I, 1SU0, at the
olllce of the Secretary, and all entrance
fees to be 10 per cent, unless otherwise
All races to bo run or trotted under
the rules of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
All hoii-es are expected to start unless
drawn by 12 o'clock noon, on June. 10,
All horses aro expected to appear on
the track at the tap of tho bell from the
Judge's Staud, othei wi-e. will be lined.
Admission no ct.s
To Grand Stand, extra.. no els & SI
Carriages, Inside of course.. ..S2.S0
Qusrter .Stretch Badges JJO.OO
.Secretary 11. J. O.
DURING my absence from the King
dom Mr. M D. .Moiuarrat will act
for mo under full power of attorney.
J. M. MONSABRAT.
Honolulu, June il, l.S'.KJ. 071 3t
r ETWF.EN W.ilUkl and the foot of
J Nuuanu street, a Sauioan Fan, de
corated with warship ribbons. A suit
ably reward will be given for Its return
to litis otllco. 670 tf
GOLD Glove Iluttoner marled
'K. X." Delivery bv tinder will
be rewaided by Paul Neumann.
DRAFT Xo. 40 for 530, drawn on
Castle it Cooke, by K. A. Bald
win In favor of A. 1). Baldwin, Fay.
inent has been stopped. I'leuf.o loturti
to O. O. Ueiger. f.70 lv
A BLUE Cockatoo. A ie-
J'X. wai d will be gl veti for
return of same to Xo. -1
Adams Lane. C70 3t
NOW IS TJJK TIME"!' --
Society of tho Diiitcd States,
Are now eillng their Uunds, ami upon easy terms. Ttiu additional fea
ture nt Insurance goes with every Hand.
Tho following are a few of thu tmuiy attraelivo forms offered by this
original and progre-slve L'onipnny:
ENDOWMENT GONDS, l PER CENT. GUAKANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 ' "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WiTH LUCRATIVFI OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AMD JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDREN' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Companj Is equitable, its payments prompt und certain, and St
('! tin" Xw Yovti Sun. April -Iti, ISUU.)
Tho Lr;:-t JliitfinrsH Evor Tnuisiictcd Jy tt Lli'u Afisnt-
The now butiinesn of tlie l-!quilal)le Life Assurance Society of Ken
i'ork for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exiioiid Pjftv
Million Dolujis. This ii at tho rate if two humlrsitjnWiona of awtr
auct'or (hi; ivnr, and i unprecedented iu the aaimU of life assurance-
luyliiUirtmitiou cheerfully furnished to any who will writo to or call
upnti the undersigned nl hii oi'lice.
ALEX. J. CARTWRiGMT,
General Aeut for the Hawaiian l-lands, KiptitableLifc AssnrAneo Sociotv
of the IT. S. Jan-1-90
8 V i B fi 3 S Jtoi Q $&A -. J . ,
IMPORTRRS .1 DRALEitS IX
DRUGS & CHEMICALS !
Toilet Articles Pine Perfumes .t .Soap, I'atout Medi
cines Homeopathic Remediet.,
JpJm oyrjsphio OootJw,
Of Every Lli.eiiptiou.
CiGAfiS, CiGARETTES & TOBACCO I
MANUFACTURERS OF TIIL CKLICRRATKD
HoSlistsr's OingerAis & Soda Waters
UdlNC EXCLUSIVRLV THE
HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM
FOR ALL AKRATEI) R EVER AGES.
i vmiT MTKKKT. : : : : t ; Hn.l.n.ll.
E. R. HH-Moiy. Pregldeut .t Manager. John EifA, Vie.-Freiidnt
aouriu:r ituowN, at-erolary & Treasurer. Ctou, Rtioww, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARBWAES 00.,
Opjo.MpreektlM'HiinR, : tfori trrc, Uoaolalu,
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Oen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Ginuino Haviland China, piaiu aud decorated; end 'Wedgfcw-d
Piano, Library A. Stand Lamp, ChandelierN it ElectoliorM,
I.imp Pixturcs of all kinds, A comploto assortm't of DrilU tt Files,
PLAMION SUPPLIES Of MM DOSGBIPTION !
The "Gazelle" 3-wheoled Riding Plow Jc Equalizer,
llluebeaid Rico Plow, l'latiterri' Steel & Ciooaeiscckcd How,
L.ARI), CVLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEEH,
PuitiLs, Varniihcrt & Urusbed, Manila L Sital Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
v .ETowo, X-lose, Howe,
RUIJUER. WIIIE-BOUXD of Mipv-rior quality, ,fc STEAM,
Agato Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Tublo A. rocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shol Jt Cups, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-load wl Cartridges,
Han' Patent "Duplex" Dio Stook fur Pipo &, Holt Threading,
llartman'h Steel Wire Fence it Steel Wire Mat-,
Win. G. Kisliur'H Wrought rit.-d Uungvi
Gate (Jity Stone Filtem,
"Now 1'rofoss" Twist Drilln,
nov-a&-8it Ncal'H Crriugi Painlg.
Uranite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPISK A3D
w Shoot Iron Work.