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MONDAY, 'Sfil'T. 3, 1800.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND M
Tn ;aiir I'.n'ort ,ittixi no. ifl.
Tun U. S. S. Nipwe.ls to will fur
Pun Fiuiiei.soo m il o'clock, p. In., to-
' . .. . . .
Assembly Wim oppjii'il at 10
Noble Muller moved a resolution
lint Hit- chairman (jl tin select coil
mil too on Hit- lc:i!o of tlio late Gov-
Thu Assembly Wim implied at, 10 ' ornmcnt to tho Calm Knilwny and
S. Kitin.trii Co. of Hit' Twtn;de .f , o'clock with pravur by llev. .1. Wai- Land Company lo permitted lo on
'rifthiob Imw a tu'wmlvoitlcpment, in ' umtftt, cfmphdn. yocTMary V. Wil- ! gage ooiinsol and pay oilier ox-
cos ntirl lnlcipreter V L. Wilcox i pon-os oi iiiuir iiivcsiimiuoii
liiiltGe. oti ediiontioiifll Items lit pi inl- the cniumilicc :iuft,Qeoilld be tio fo
od. bixW I port. L
&' A.M. A.M. I'.U. P.1I.
' l.tmU lluiiiiiiiln !. 1 :i5 5::iOJ
i- , ftlrivolloimuiiull :J!t a:4 HiiltJ
! i loavn Hour.iiiiuli. A:4u in.ni !t:ft1 ....
Z '' ' AirlVe Honolulu.. 0:1C 11: 1 :fiR . . . .
y:iltndae inn) Mondays only.
Stliii'IC'linum Hon from ltaninkua
Stlm mladiala Irnitl Knllid
Slmr Llkcllkc fiom .Muni
11 S S iiiiini' from Samoa
HfTuuii'iHlit. W Xeu hid', 2..' day from
Stiiir.f v i iniimins fur Waluianaln nt.
0 a in
Slnir MoUolll for Molokai :il .'i p in
Si'lir ICukimaim fni' lmiii
Stmr Mlkuliala lor Kiniiil ;it
Sinn Kuala for Mlaiieu ;inil
f i in
Slmr i..,kodkc for Maui ill " !' nl
Stuir .las Malii'i- for K pn ' P '"
Still' T."Iiii:i for Nun .mil llnK'.iliiu
Tur ilontli f Mr. kV." .1. HrdUo .rt
Ilio Jtli iuctiint. is l-opnrtrcl from Ki
lnil. i, Hnwiui.
Tilt: ODwipmcnl ScIumiIh. mntt
in'h-lVl':l 1UV t.nh lo-rlny, itflVr tilt-'
M nx tin"' tirtj! to he h'-lil nt 1V1 k1'
S'qititro Jonrrf.jV.noniiijjj MfnUtfv
nr Piti,tliRiMtrt' iirf' ln'iti;d 1rt;,W-
proMiht. ' ' ' ' ""'
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Tin: Attvv rl.inor wiyw tlml Mr.
But lin limit's lioiifOiil K::lihl, tvtiluh
Wim iloot?ivoil ly tlio tin' other itijslit,
:i inciui'd for 4000.
Tltlluii Will hi a inoOtlni; uf tlio
wlniioluililcrN of tin1 Kwii IMiinliiiion
ill tlio ollloa of Ciisili! & CiioKi' on
Wt'ihii"tny, 10th liiil., lit it p in.
At tlio annual tn win of tin- I lilt
Sngur Vt. Iir-ld tliii imiiiihi): 'nt Iho
oflk'oof V. r-i. Irwin Co.. ImiilWl,
otlicori- for tin' niiiiiiK J,-iir Won
EVENTS THIS nVEHIMP..
l.ndt;!' I. O. (I. K.
tit. Kii'iiin. Squurc,
BABOOES rp.GFst 18LAKH ITiKTS.
Mll.'nliiil.'i- :tOi!i lifj--n,n:ir. fid hz p:id
dy, 10 h.lji'- lice. "'I ii't'ii lildi"-,
iinil :! linrsfJ.
Klliini.'a lion- lo",". h.' .lupir mi'l :"'
AHQTKEH BOBBERY M
I'luiii Kni'.ai pi-r -linr MiKalinla. Scpl
7 V O hinitli. .S ) DaiiiDa. Mr I'alii
.mid wile. U Coinailt. TConraill, FCon
r.ull, .MlsTiiimi'r, lls I! l.iinKi-y, iii-s
1. Kapnlc. .Mif-t K Kiuiiiii. Ml K Mark
hain, Mi-'. M .Mclntvn", Vis i Marklmin
anil I'lillil. Mr Duller. I" (ilei-on, Mm
Wileox ami hon. Mr MeVen;h ami wife.
1! A .MiU'lliN 11 W Mi-t. C li W'1N. C N'
Mi'Li'iiu, II ti:irtiu. T il Liivinlm aid
wife, Mr Mylnv. Apnl. Al". :' Ciilnr-e
and eO deck.
FOSSIUil VEvSKulS IK i'DBT.
S S Claudhie, W M Dudd, from tJl:i"-
Ilk hiairnnl. () V.no.1. from Xew Ca-Uo,
i'.lc Jlaivistei, II I! Lewis. Iriini Di'la-
l'.k Coliimliin, W O (ioodinaii. from l'oit
Itk Mutiidi, (Jail .1 SweiiMin. from l)e-
Bk- t'anl iM'iilK'i-jr. K .1 Wolter.-. fiom
IUvtneSXC.istle.Ii II Ilnliliard, from
nklnis Planler, K A Dow, from him
I'.klne V II Dlinoiul, K 1' Drew, riom
tlkini! -Dl-eovery, MeXeil, rrom S.m
if i ancico
Selir HiibyAConohw, UCou-liis fiom
Torn Alloii A, 1. .r ehac, rrom Kuivl.a
I' S S Iroipioi from .-.ainoa
J!r nliip lllcnsfell. It Invnijj, from l.ier-
" foreFun vessels expecfed.
31 1? M FlnsMiip Urarspite. from ltrHiili
Am bk Albert, WiinliiiK, fi'oin S.m
I'ram'isco due Au; I
llr lil; Bilker from London, sailed Apr
IS, duo. Aiij L'5
Jtr bk (Jiivan from Liverpool, tailed
.inly K), due Xov i."i-:l0
S H Farallon from San Diogo due Sei-
Am bk Mnrilia Davis W A IVnillelon.
from Ho-lon, sailed April -'5, duu
Itl: Cevlon, from San Krauolseo, dun
Uk ToreRt Otieon. from San I'r.ineiseo
duo Sept 10-1.1
Selir Ola, from Sun I'Vano'i-en, duo
Hrlfj W U Irwin, from San
I'.l: U I Itryunt. from Sun
TliOHtoiiiiiur W M Hull 1
morrow afleriioou I
Tlio bktliii Auiella. (!upl W N'owball.
iirrived this niornlu L'2 days Irom Port
Trtwiimnid with Itiii.iiOoft luinlier for Al
len &. Jtoblni-ou. Hud very line wealber
and liiflit winds the entire pHue.
The promisi's of !''. K. Pratt at.
WiiiUiki woio ontorod at alioiil " u.
in., Sunilav niorninir. hv foroinj
open tlio door of tlio Innai. Tlio
thief could not well tutor Iho sleep
ing rooms without iini-e.', so wont to
tho inaiika side ot the house, broke
off Minio ftluls of the blinds, anil
opened tho door fiom tho mnido.
lie was discovered in the sleeping
room by Mrs. Pratt iis ho was liglit
inir a match. She seeing a China
man in tho room raided an alarm :in
nit diuioly, hut ho" in-.nipgoil to
o&oapo, talcing with him :i pair ol
pants containing twelve dollars, a
liimoli of keys, and a pocket knife.
Tho pants wore found at daylight
liy tlio front gate, with tlio keys loft,
in the pocket. This m tliu hooond
lohboiy of these proiuises. Some
few months ago two gold watches
were stolon from there.
THE MINISTER'S KEPLY.
Dni'Ainir.NT or iHTr.iiioii.j
llo.S'OLUi.r, Sept,, (i, JtjOO. )
I. 11. Ki.MiiAi i., Honolulu.
,'(; 1 am in receipt of your
coiiitnunicalion of the Hth iiidl., in
which you doclitm to resign the ollloe
of President of the Hoard of Health.
Afy reading of the law does not.
convey to my mind the same impres
sion it evidently has to yours, name
ly: Unit you can only ho t amoved
i'roin your ollico by iiupeaohinent:
It is true that you hold your ap
pointment from His Majesty tho
King with the approval of the late
Cabinet, but that does not change,
or alter the fact that the present
Cabinet of which His Majesty ia the
head can remove any ollieer of the
tJovornment incepting only the
Justices of the Supremo Court and
tho Auditor-General, and in view of
this fact 1 can not and do not recog
nize that yoiirolllee is, to be held in
perpetuity and therefore notify you
of your removal.
Your successor, David Dayton,
Esq., will assume tlio duties of hits
odiee as Piesident Of the Hoard of
Health on Monday tho Slli hist.
1 have the honor to ho, your
C. N. Sit.vooi:.
Minister of the Interior.
A MATTER OF NAMES.
Heing a btrangei in this country,
and desiroiiH ot learning all I can,
f wish lo ascertain something about
this '"Academy" to which y'ou say
Antouo l'orry has gone.
It seems to mo it, must ho some
thing ot a "come down" lo go from
Oahu "College" (!) to Vale "Aca
demy" (?). What ha. the follow
done that ho should . he thus de
graded? Seems to mo the subject ifi
a very puzzling ouo for kaiiuoks
and kanakas lo ponder over.
A. K. Dr,iv.
rctitl the initiates.
3fyl)lu;, Pttn pl.tontell.it ijelilfon
froiii Hie fttfli dMrlt't, for'n roinl up
Rnlihi alley, l'tibhc latnls ooin--tniUee.
' ' ' '
. Hop. Waipullani prosented n peti
tion fruni an nld'tfoiiMin tti Koiui (no
relative of hi) for gl.'il) road iliim
iljjes. I'oi'errefl lo 'ftlitiistor of ln
U'nor. Also, a petition for ?MI for
road work wiiah UlPMiptTil fimtnl re
fuii'il to pay. llpfofri'll "n Minfster
Hep. l'.iehaolo prc.sunlud a peti
tion from a Mormon preacher on
Molokai, asking for rations. Moto
kai vi-iling cotnmitteu.
l'p. iSroaii presumed the roporl
f the eoiunifilee on the civil service
Vn!l, submitting nn amended bill
printed which lliey recommend do
pit's. Labi on (he table for t'onVi
donition with the bill.
Minister Hrov.u, in the absence
of the Minister of h'oreign Affairs,
prcxentod the answer to the question
of Hep. iMurques regtmhng Japan
ese itninigintion. Tho Japanese
convention was signed Jan. 2S,
IHNiS, to ri'Uinin in lorce five yonin,
and thcreatter until ix mouths' no
tice of tenr.hiiiliou had boon given.
No such notice has boon given and
the Cabinet do not favor terminat
ing it al, present. The Cabinet do
not favor discontinuing Japanese
immigration until other suitable un
skilled labor can be obi '.lined. Kn
quirios as lo such labor are beinii
made, which it is not odVKnldo to
make public at present.
Hop. Drown gave notice of the
following bills: Authorizing the
leasing of Diamond Head to the Ka
nioluui Patk Association. Amend
ing ,lhc law relating to wills. Ko
lating to the destruction of loreats.
Hep. ICalua gave notice of a bill
lo ro-i stablish ibe oliice ot (iovern
or. Also, of a bill to dclino tho
iltiiies of Governors. Also, of a
bill to restore I hi: possession and
leasehold of lands in Kuhitoller
Majesty ueen Kapiolani. lie aHo
pie-entod a resolution to appropri
ate ?.")10 lo pay tor damage done to
furniture of Tier Majesty on July
:ib, l.SS'.), and moved it be adopted.
Hep. Drown moved it be referred
lo the finance cominitte. He was
willing to vote for paying tlio dam
ages, but tho House should have in
Hop. Kalua moved for a select
coinmilto, which was accepted by
Hep. Drown and carried.
Hep. Nawalii u-ive notion ol a bill
to requjre that all public moneys be
paid into the treasury. Also, of a
bill lo provide tor I lie extension of
the boundaries of tho Hawaiian
Noble Derger gave notice nf a bill
to tax assessors and col-
itwi, friim':K 'm"1' lnr,,,h '
A"irva -- Komn anil three empty
fe:'S5Jl rooms on llolel stifiel. Apply
at IhlKollleo. ' 'UK IW
"V TO ItKNT
Hi. ill .Hllll 1111(1 lk!irl(llM
J til 3 I i "-. ll IlllO'lll "MM I" Mil"
BSJ&ysall lo rent hi a inhale lumily,
hiiitiihliMfor a ireul enmu or iroiiuomiiu
and wife. Apply Vomer ol
and Palace Walk.
npo lent or Iikiso .) gotnio
i I with iiboui four room-;
kPXjgSij; about 10 minutes' walk from
(own; on King or lioielnnta sneeip, to
wurUfc Iho Plains piefeiieil. Addiets
"U. t'0.,"tliiHollUe. "-'-' If
tw a T DI.KO Slublo- at pioront
l-G&rttt 1 l oiM-iioIi'il be Hawaiian
HlSSr&a Transfer Co., permlrlou
tflven AiiKii-' I"1- Apply to
ifoRii .l.h. WAUCKH.
i BlNtlld-: H. W.BciUtead.SHureiiUH,
1 I Toilet Table, 1 Lounge., 1 Nnrd-
niiii. i Mnililii-ion 0, W. Double WaHli-
Klauil, I Khony Sbunl. Apply
linrioi: 1Jui.i.i:tin :
The Advoitiser Is init'ltipliin
fast its dirty llings which seldom
have any truth in them, and ir any
ol I heir readers are misled, wo tiro
sorry for them. Tliia morning's
slur at tho Mechanics' Union is n
fair sample. Their meetings have
alwayn been open to the public and
the meeting they refer to as taking
place yoateiday was the meeting ol
three committees, viz., tho I'niou,
the Hawaiian Political Association,
and a portion of the -Convention
Committee. They were appointed
last Kriday evening to mako ar
rangements for thu mass meeting,
and tho Advertiser 'lUcd that fact
Saturday, for which wo tlmnk thorn
in lieu of coin,
They can always got' con eel in
formation for their readers for the
asking, regarding what the Mo
ehunies' Union is doing. U is as
open as uu honest man's face, but
lliey evidently prefer tn dish out
surmise and suspicion. Due reuo
luihm always carries iiiiaiiinimibly
with tho Unioiit viz., not to accept
.tlio political vIowh of tlio V. C. Ad
I'hillips gave, notice of a
provide for controlling and
the spread ot hint aim.
Also, of a bill lo regulate the admis
sion of pay patients to the Queen's
Hep. Hookano gave notice of a
bill to amend the law relating to
gaming. Albo, of a bill to amend
lite law relating lo fishing with giant
Noble McCarthy gave notice of a
bill to provide lor an inspector of
Hep. Hush read a first time by
title his bill to icgulatothe importa
tion and possession of arms.
Hep. Drown moved a resolu
tion that a bill relating to
the importation of laborers be
taken up and referred to the com
mittee on commerce with another
ouo on the subject. Carried.
Hep. Kice gave notice'ol a bill lo
prohibit tho sale of tobicco to chil
dren under l(i years of age.
Noble ntircliardl gave notice of a
bill relating to sanitary regulations.
Hop. White gave notice of a bill
to piovide for the license of beer
and light wines on Hawaii and
.Maui. Also, of a bill to provide
for a constitutional convention.
Alao, of a lull for the licensing of
gambling houses. Also, of a bill re
lating to sea fisheries.
The same member presented a
resolution to appropriate & 1 0,000
for Ii.lani College and its branches.
Laid on thu table to bo considered
with tho Appropriation Hill.
Hep. Hosa gave notice of a bill to
encourage the introduction of game
and llsh into the kingdom.
Minister l'olerson gave notice of
the following hills: To amend Cluip.
!l, Laws of 18K7. To amend Sees.
I, ."), (i, and 8, Laws of tS7, and
to add new sections thereto. To
amend the law relating to tho
testing and storage of kerosene oil.
To amend Sec. ' L', Civil Code. To
delaro certain lands to hu part of tho
Crown lands and Hoyal domain.
Helating to the inspection of food.
Hep. Wolpiiihini gave notice of a
bill lo encourage 'the fishing bust
uudfl, Ho also read a llrst tune by
title his bill to create additional
porta of entry In Kealakekun, which
on iis motion was lead a second
limo by title and referred to thu
Hep. White gave notice of a bill
lo regulate llui evils? of prostitution.
Hup. Drown doubted the liropri
uly of a committee's employing
counsel. The practice in such cusps
had been for a committee to get ad
vice from the Atloriiey-Ueneral.
Noble WUlt'inatin 'said that four
uCthe oninmilteo were not hiighl
men. The louse had stipulations
there, and fln-re, and lh"ie, and
llieic (pointing forward, backward,
Upward, and downward), and it
was hard to tell what it contained
or did lint contain.
Minister Hi own leferrod to the
expenditure of $00 for hack hue by
the Kalihi committee, and over SJtbO
lot printing by the same committee,
and thought there ought to be some
limit to tho expense of committees.
Hep. Hush thought tlti! expendi
ture or Sl00 or S.'IOO, or oven SoDD,
would be appropriate for the object.
He moved ilmt, ''.i0 lie inserted in
the resolution as the amount.
Noble J. M. Homer said that if
tin committee ropoiled facts, that
"was all the House wauled.
A'oble Millior replied that the
committee on'v wanted tho lease in
Noble Durchardt found that, llie
oftener he read the lease the more
uuceitain ho wan about its meaniim.
Noble. Wideuianu regarded the
lease as diawn up fort lie purpose of
confuting anybody who read it.
Minister Drown understood that
what was wanted was the opinion oT
an individual lawyer. They could
get another lawyer who would give
a diametrically opposite opinion. If
tin' committee consider the lease is
not good let them recommend that
it lie relerred lo the Attorney-General
to have it tested before the Su
.Noble Midler said they only
wanted a legal interpretation so that
they could rcpoit the facts to the
House. They did not desire to
break tho loa-?c, at least at present.
Hep. Nawalii opposed the resolu
tion anil moved it he laid on the
Hep. I'aehaole was in favor of
giving the committee assistance.
There was lots ot legal talent in tin
House. The London loan matter of
n.-),0tu was settled by the last
Lr-mslalure without "Oiii": outside.
He -would move that the judiciary
committee be instructed to render
all assistance to the select com
mittee. Noble Wiclemauu thought the
lion, member was mistaken about
the loan matter. The House was in
a very economical mood this morn
ing. He hoped the mover would
withdraw his resolution after all
that had been said, as he thought
they could pay their legal expenses
Noble M tiller said they asked lor
other expenses, such as surveying,
but in view nf the feeling shown by
the House he would withdraw the
Hep. Kalua prosenUd a resolu
tion, that, whereas on Kriday last
Hon. E. C. Maefarlane made use of
certain language, which was untrue
and which he is unable to substan
tiate," stating, in presence of certain
gentlemen, that my hands were tied,
and whereas the result of such lan
guage was that there was an un
pleasantness between that gentle
man and myself, resolved that Hon.
E. 0. Macfailaue he required to
come before this House and prove
his statement, and if unable to
prove it that he bo dealt witli as the
House, may see lit. He was speak
ing in support of the resolution,
Noble Cornwell raised the point
of order that the House hud noth
ing to do with a matter that hap
Hep. Kalua went on, while Noble
Cornwell called tor nulling. The
mover said that Noblo Macfuilane
had oxpecled him to follow him like
a dog, but he was independent and,
iu the matters on which the offen
sive statement was nude, ho acted
on his own icspoiisibility entirely.
Ho claimed the right to demand
this, investigation under Article -t!)
of tho Constitution, which was
above the rules of the House, and
if it was not granted he would be
compelled to resign his seat and go
back to Wailuku.
President Walker said ho had
very great doubts if they were
there to settle disputes arising out
side of the House.
Hep. Kalua cited the case of the
bribery investigation of 1888.
The President ruled the matter
out of order, and, as Hep. Kalua
proceeded to argue the point, asked
whether lie accepted the ruling of
Hep. Kalua said he would not ap
peal hut would icsigii his sent, ami
lie then reliied from the chamber.
The President retired and Vice
Hronideut Katihane took tho chair.
Hep. Hiekatd gave notice of a hill
lo better provide for sanitary agents
in the outer dlstiiets; also, of a bill
to amend the law relating to the
assessment and taxation of growing
Hep. l'aehaolo moved a resolu
tion that the select committee on
police bills bo requested to present
their report to-morrow.
Noble Midler moved it bo laid on
Minister 1'eterson explained that
Hep. Hush movfl tho llou-e tnke
iccesH till ' o'elot'l?.
Uecess from 1 1 !")0 to "2.
ARIflH THfRPlNHUAl PtCHIG.
Ph'Stratc .Vllii'iionii OntiiiB.HlinrtN
it ii it Dili cbiir.
Although under the di.sadvaiitago
of having boon ono postponed, tin
third annual picnic of the Honolulu
Arioti Sntmday aflotiioon was well
eariiod out. There was the best of
weather and llvu trains oath way
gave ample accommodation lo the
public. Six hundred people was
the estimated attendance. The
sports began at three o'clock and
resulted as follows:
Uuoo ot) vds., children under 7
1, Clara fSorlz; 'J, G. Driins; '.),
Haee 7o vcK, hovs between 7 and
! - 1, V. Angus; 2, A. Harris; b
Haee 100 yds., boys, over I-' 1,
W. Lycelt; ', 1!.' Lemon. The
first prize tor lltin race was a turn
nig apparatus woilhvi'l2.
Haee 7.'i yds., ladies 1, Mrs.
Wanei ; '2, Mis. Hiiscinann.
Haee ."id yds., girls under 12 1,
K. Fetter ;2, A. Hickanl.; ;, A.
Stick race 7o yds.,' boys W. Ly
cctl and D. Lemon, winning team.
Potato race Mrs. Wagner beat
Mrs. Hasemann, Mrs. Hoth beat
Miss Hart, Mrs. Kleiner beat Miss
lilting apples I, A. Ziegler; 2,
Skipping race, girls -(First) I,
J. Wri-jlit; 2, L. Fetter. (Second)
1, T. lloting; 2, A. Wicke.
Egg and spoon race, ladies--(First)
1, Mrs. Welsh; 2, Mrs.
Kaseinanii. (Second) 1,1. Wiiglit;
2, M. Nott.
Disoball match, boys under Capt.
Julius Asch, jr., and girls under
Capl. Lillie l'oor. Girls won by 20
lo 17 in live innings. The prize
was a dollar each lo the winners.
A match was.playod between
nines of the Darrilcks and l'auahi
clubs of the Amateur Daseball
League. Seven innings were played,
in which the l'auahi's weie the vic
tors, i) to I runs, Morri.s Keohoka
lole was umpire behind the plate,
and (.!. II. Tuoedie at the bases.
Some good playing material was dis
covered to the public on both sides.
Dancing bewail in the great pavi
lion at dusk and was continued till
midnight. The Hoyal Hawaiian
Hand continued its concert ot the
afternoon by playing in all the inter
vals between dances, while its siring
corps furnished the dancing music.
Tho pavilion was nicely decorated
with Hags and lighted with electri
city. That essential element of
picnics refreshments was well
provided. K. Horn, proprietor of
the Pioneer establishment, was the
provider and supei visor of this de
partment. The siib-commiltees deserve spe
cial mention for the excellence of
all arrangements. Those having
lo do with the event on the grounds
were the following:
Lunch .1. II. Hunt, C. Neldner,
Theo. Wolff, G. Schumann.
Floor Carl A. Widoniami, II. F.
Ilebhard, Geo. Smithies, J. G. Wai
bel. Decoration W. G. Ashley, F.
Luhker, J. Asch, F. Wicke.
Sports M. Drasch, J. Dartram,
II. F. Hebbard, W. Welters, C.
Neldner, F. Wicke, A. Peyser.
Kainond Grove is perfection itself
for such assemblies as this one
cool while affording shelter from the
full force of the trade winds, and
its walks making delightful promen
ades day or night. , Swings are pro
vided on the tall trees, and there is
space enough lor all sorts of popular
recreation. II there are any who
did not enjoy Saturday's outing the
lault must have been with themselves.
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NOW IS THE TIME-1
ifi J S s"b
r&fkiifn 5 lis
Society of the United States,
Aro now selling their Donds, and upon easy lurnts. Tho additional feii".
lure of Insurance goes with every Hoiid.
Tho following are a few of the many attractive fonns nlfered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED i'OH LIKE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " "
IMPROVED FREE 1 ONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and cm tain, and its
popularity unbounded. ,
('Vomi (he .Veto )'or: Snn, April Mh, 1890.)
Tito li'irgOHti Uusinuss Ever Traiissiotetl hy ' Assur
Tho now business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter uf the present year is report oil to exceed Kinv
Million Doi.i.aiis. Thi is at the rate of tfo huniftl millions of' assur
nuriitir (he i'Vr, and is unprecedented in the annals of life asmrauce.. f
Eory'iuforurition cheerfully form-hod to any who will write to or call'
upon the undersigned at his olliee.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Aeent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-l-ilb
2 fui uiVfi i Sat
..V: KOltT STItKKTH.
We lil'g to infoini the
nlueed I'l ices.
public that we place i.ur cntiie stock for
RY FANCY GOODS
and Swi-.s Skirl Lengths will be sold al eiy low rates
to make room fur new slocks now on
the way from Km ope.
LA I) I ES' UIS DERW EAR,
I'HKMISKS, SKIItTS, NKiHTC.OW.VS, ETC., ETC., KTC.
(Willis 10 Yards for $1 in Latest Miens !
.lust rci'oiw'i! latest
Ladies' & Children'
patterns in Scrim, Madras,
RY -:- HOSIERY
llo-ioiv. Our treat specialty "DLACK DIAMOND
DYK," giiaiaiitecd fast colors.
DBKSSKD KIDULOYKS. Also, jus- leceivod latest staples in Tidies and
Hutoaii Scarfs, Table Covers, Ktc Always on lumd a huge stock of Ladies',
(join's and Children's Shoes.
A full lino uf Dmv
Shiits, Collars, Culls, latest styles in Neckwear.
i' variety of D iy'H and Children's Suits.
EURL1CH & CO.,
Corner Hotol & lurt Street.
our SODA WOHKS to more commodious qoarter.s nl
i20 FORT rX,M.13ErX
(Near the Custom Mouse)
Woaio nuw piepari'd to furnish at short notice, and of piiine quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Uovoraos :
'IIIKHH will he a meeting or tho
a shareholders of Iho Kwtt Planta
tion Co. at tliu ollloe or Castle ,v Cooke,
on WLDXKSDAY, September 10th, al
:'. o'clock 1". M.
K. I). TKX.NKY,
ELECT SON of OFI'TOEItS.
A T the annual meeting of the stook
V holdeis of tlio IliloSiigurCo. hold
at thu olllce of Win. 0. Irwin A Co.,
CL'il), September , IS'.lo, iho following
otlleers weie duly elected to ero dur
ing the ensuing year:
Win. (1. Irwin Pieshlont,
John I). Spieokels..Vle!-l,ro.sl(leiil,
Plain, swell, Liuni, Strawberry or
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
lining exclusively the HYATT l'UHE WATKK SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
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K. H. HUNiniV, Pieslilcut it Manager.
Uoiii'Mtcr ItaowN, Seereiary it Treasurer.
John Kna, Vlee-Presldeni
Cnoii. Hitow.N, Andlwir.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Ojpi. NpreoIii'tN IStisik, : Fort .Street, Honolulu.
IMI'OHTEHS and DEALERS IN
a OX. Curtis P. laukeii lb authorized
until fin tlier notice, to collect all
Crown Land routs', and to give leeelpts
for Ilia sumo. '
G. V. MAOFAHUNK,
Clown Land Agent.
Honolulu, Aug, I!), lK'.M). liltri tf
A T1L Walter M. (ilffard will act for
Itx mo under imwor ol aitoiney dur
Inn my sibseiieu irom this Khmdnm.
Honolulu, Aug, ia, lhiio. in l aw
TlHEBEST'PAP ER t Hiil.i.oilbo
X for is the ''Daily Diillelln." M
CBiita per mouth , .
ardware, glassware, Crockery,
Ocnuino Haviland China, plain and decorated; ami Yodgtwood
Piano, Library it Stand Lumps, Ch.iudcliers it Kloctolioru,
Lump Fi.xture.s of all kinds, A complete assortiu't of Drills it Ftlon,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The. "C.izollo" ;i-w heeled Hiding Plow it Kqualuor,
Uluebeard Uiio Plow, Planters' Steel it Gooseneeked Hoes,
LAUD, CYL1NDEH, KEUOSKNE, L1NSEHI),
Painty, Variiishen it Hrushes, Manila it Sisal Hope,
? ' " " HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Er5!owi, 3 one, Howe,
lUJlillHU, WlltlMJDUNl) uf huporior quality, .t STEAM,
Agulo Irrfn Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table it l'ook-ot Cuthirv,
.. ... a,- ! A-i I I . I.ii-aliii.r . . . .T
I'nwilcr, Hliotituaps, 1110 ueieoraicii-uiun' .'laeiiuiu-loaileilCnitrulgeM,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock Tor Pipo & Dolt Threading,
Hiirtman's Stol Wire Fcnco it Steel Wire MuUi, . ;
Win. Q. Finher's Wrought Stool Uimgc,
Outo City Stouo I'Tders,
"Now Process" Twist Drills,
Neal'u Carriage ruintB,