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OAlJLi ttULLUJTJJN : HUJNUJ.UJXJ, u. i, OCTOBKK 18 ii- .,
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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO.'S
To Tulu- I'.nVct AliKlint 110, 1MM1.
Lcnve llonouliuli. . : in
Arrive Honolulu.. r.:l-t
A.M. I'.SI. I'.JI.
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ShIiikImvs anil Mondays only.
X sitiu ilu k only.
(let 12 -Stinr
Likeliko fiom Mnul
Slmr Mlk:in:iki li'inu Kauai
SI uir .lus .lukcc lor Kitpiui ill I p in
Hlmr.l At unmilns lor W'nitiuiuiiln ul
It ii in
Stuir I'f'f for Kli'i'le iiml Wuiincu ill
Stun- Alokolii for MoloUui lit 5 p m
Stun- Likclll.f for Mini) :it 5 p in
Si mi- V U Hull for ll:n:ili mill Mnnl nt
10 :i in
Stior IvCnliinl for :ili:iln:i iinil i Imiiii-
k'liu :il 10 ii in
Stinr Wiiiiilciilc for Kll;uii':i tinil II:in:i-
Ici nl Ti p in
Mil;; Coii-nclo, A .liicolison, for Hnn
Kroni ICnniil. por ntnir liknlnilii. Ocf
VI lion A S lk'ox,,Ki;v U 1 Kint'r
Miii, JIKs Tinker, Mis Alii'ong, Mrs .1
!:nv:ilii, 1! r.uin, J Mmli'rlosnml wife.
Mrs Kiinliniiihuk', Mrs ICiiliieoiie, K
Itcgo, Mrs Ifiiiiini, A I.lnilsiiy, (J X
Uuistint, 5 ChiiifM mul SO dock.
From Miiui, pcrstnir LlUullkc, Oct 12
lion H I) Vnll)ilil;t', Mrs W V A
Uri'wor, nnrse unil clnlilri'ii. I) Morton,
wife and cliilil, lion V Crockett, wife
mill child, 11 Itoljuilton, wifu iinil clill
dien, Aitlmr h viui Willinin Iluntur,
Cliniles Day, 0 15 Miikei!, A Burba and
wife, W A Uariii', Henry ltlreli, J V
Kiilini, A C I'estana, V II Cnrley, I!
Cldnusu and 74 deck.
For San FrancUco, per sehr Olga, Out
11 .MO Arnold.
"carcoesTrom island ports.-
Stinr Mikaliala 110 bag', rice, ICO bale's
wool. 40 rains, and 20 bags pla.
Stinr I.ikellke 125 sacks spuds, :t
horses, 2000 feet koa, GO bides. 10
buys corn, 1( hogs, and 140 pkgs
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
H H M S Acorn, Pollard, from a cruise.
U S S Iroquois from Samoa
Japanese niiin-of-war Tsiikub.i - Kan
from India via Australia
Blif" Con-uelo, A .Iaci)hon, fiom San
lU Velocity, Alartln, from Tlongkonsj
Jik 15'nker, l.ilitljody, from London
Uk Lady L:iinpson, 15 days from San
15k U I) Bryant, Jaeobscn, from San
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 15 M Flagship Warspitc from British
Columbia . -
Br bk Girvan from Liverpool, sailed
.Inly 10, dneNovl5-:;o
H S Farallon, S Bonilteld, from San
Diego, due Oct 10
S S Australia, lioudlettc, from fc'an
Francisco, due Oct 17
SS Mariposa, from San Francisco, due
S R Zealandia, from the Colonics, due
Am bk Edward May, D Mahuuy, from
Boston, sailed Aiigo, due Jan l-b,
Br hk Charlotte, Bohndorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, due .Ian -'M,
Tho bark Kamfjourd sailf d for Nana
iino, in ballast, laat Saturday.
Tho departure of the steamer wa
lnut this morning was postponed till 10
a m to-morrow.
The brig Consuclo, Captain A Jacob
son, will sail to-morrow uoou for San
The 4-mastcd schooner Olga took
Oct 11, for San Frauelsuo 14,48;! bugs
sugar shipped as follows: F A Schaefer
it Co, 75U2 bags sugar, Tlieo II Uavies
& Co, 2000 bags sugar, Castle & Cooke,
4S!)1 bags sugar. Tonnage, SG5 tons;
domestic value, 77,810.01.
The steamer Mikaliala will lay up
two weeks for repairing, and the stun
Walaleale will take her route.
THE MAUI CONSOLIDATION.
Spreckelsvillo, Maui, is known ns
one of the biggest sugar plantations
in tho world. When tho dual lately
announced is consummated, Spreck
elsvillo will bo tho centre of a sugar
pioducing concern which will dwarf
everything in tho plantation lino by
In this deal tho llawoiinn Com
mercial and Sugar Company, the
corporation owning Spreckelsvillo,
will increase its capital stock, giving
an uipial portion of stock witli that
now held to l'niii ami Haiku planta
tion companies, and a small poition
to tho Jlulcukiila Hunch Company.
Tho uiraiigoiuciit will not he ii1m
lutcly settled for u uhoit while, us it
is subject to tho approval of absent
stiiiikliolduiH of (hi) local coiiipauieu,
Jt Is also Hiihjuct (o tliu action of llio
Hawaiian Ciiiiinioiclul ami Hiigur
CiMiipiuiy, at its minimi nnmiing in
Hun KiannUi'i) in DiH'iiinlwr, hut Unit
nnpornlloii l (idiiiilu to ratify tho
ilmil, Cnl, Hprtnikttl, (tut )iiliiiipn
tjiiililiii!iiT, linvliiH mini.) It iiiliiu
nil lil inlinii fnnii lluiiuliilii.
Hun. II. I'. Ilnlihviii will Im Hid
JilUiiuulUH UlH'i'htr ' Hit' Jiiuiiiiiiulli
uiiJii. Tliu milium iii mi Viiiip
niul Bjuw'liiiUvilUi. .Turn
uuiu'iw, m bjiijj
m W W
Mit. Justice Bickeilun
GlinniltpiH litis week.
Anotiii'.h baby 1ms been
Iuipinlimi Maternity Home.
of 11 m Kauai
found ui III"
It. Lii-limnii lets ii
Initio i'I'iiiich fur i
i I It'li'i-lione Nil. !!17.
iM K. .It.hu lliili'iiknlii H.ueiinha ban
liL'i-ii appointed Nuluiy Public for the
Fmnlli Judicial Ciicuit nf the Kinu;
l'lioPKHfioii Kiiuvli't Inivinu con
cluded important musical wink, N
now picptiied to lecoivo u 1 1 m ns
Tli:i t'atiiek Cockctt, eleeled for
Wiiiluku, Muni, in pl-ice of Hep.
ICiihui, icsiuiied, tool: his seal in (lie
llotisc this iiiiiiuing its an iuilepeiid
Kirnrror iijiii'hunilrcil people wont
to Itaymoud iliove by the regular
and special liiiillMSiituiiliiy. Mallhy's
bieyele peifnriuunce took place in llie
nvilioii, mid the various feats wie
Mit. lvia N'aliaoleliiii has been np
pninted agent to nppriiisc lands sub
ject In (iovcinincnt Cniiimulaliiui for
llie Islands of .Muni, Aliilokai and
Lauai. The Ito.iid now consits of
Mcssis. T. W. Kvcrcll, J). Kaliaule
lio and lvia Xiibanlcliia.
Tm: wife of Mr. C. II. Willis,
Deputy Sheriir of Lilnie, was almost
instiintly killed at Nnwiliwili K.itui
day afteriuion, by her hoise sttun
ldiug and (blowing her to the ground.
Mis. Willis lcliirued fiom a visil to
the Coast by last steamer.
Look out. for the opening of the
Central Moat Market on Nuiianu
street next Thursday 1 The new linn
liiis fitted ii) an elegant shop next to
Mr. Love's Bakery, and is piepared
to furnish the public the best, and
cleanest meats at the cheapest rates.
Mn. L. J. Levey, auctioneer, will
pell the household furiiiliue of Dr.
Carter on next Thursday, at his resi
dence on King street, next this Ka
waiiihao ehnreli. There will bo sold
sit the same time one new family
surry, one covered brake, one line
eariiage, one mare, one mare and
colt, harness, saddles, etc.
Fkank Ferrera has just received
another silver medal; this time from
Dr. C. M. Hyde, for slopping that
gentleman's runaway hoise recently.
The medal is of clever design and
woikmanship. On the clasp is the
word "Valor," and on the back the
names of the giver and recipient are
engraved. This is the fourth medal
Mr. Fenera has icceivcd for slopping
runaways and he feels very proud of
Mit. J. J. Williams goes to Hawaii
by tlie steamer to-morrow. He will
proceed at once to tiio Volcano,
where he will lake a series of photo
graphic, views of Volcanic scenes
caused by the, late activity. From the
latest accounts received from tlie
lire-fountain Mr. Williams will doubt
less lie niiiply rewa tiled for his
trouble and the public will leceivc
some more desirable views of Ha
waii's natural wonder.
The Victoria "Daily Colonist,"
(B. C.) of September J), has the fol
lowing": Mr. Barn Ii eld, a noted artist
from Honolulu, if. Is., is visiting
Victoria for his health. Since he
has been here he has made many
friends by his pleasant manner, and
his improvement constitutionally will
bo agreeable news. It is undeistood
that Mr. Barnlield intends exhibiting
a tine painting of one of the pict
tucsque bays near Honolulu at the
forthcoming Art Exhibition in this
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Hep. Kamai, the member for liana,
was in the House this morning, after
several weeks' absence from severe
Jtep. Cockett will be tho envy of
some other members, coming in, as
he docs, at tlie heel of the hunt, for
the honor and tlie emolument of the
long and dreary session.
Tlie Ko3'al Hawaiian Military llanil
will give a complimentary concert in
honor of the Planters' Labor and
Supply Company, at the Hawaiian
Hotel, this evening, at 7: :'J0 o'clock.
The following novel programme will
Tlie l'lauter.s Conradl
The Labor Question
fiiivotte Dividends Eavens
Medley Plantation Songs Beyer
l'alauia- l'lli Aoao. Malama.
Selection Dutch Standard Wallaco
Walt. -The Manager Waldteufel
I'olkn Tho TniBtces (Jodfiey
Flnalu-Tarlff Bill Blalue
Sydney, September 5J0, Colonial
Treasurer McMillan lias resigned,
lie takes tho step hecuuiso tliu Pre
mier expresses disapproval of Ills
promise in a deputation of niurcliiinU.
tlmt tlio Government would laku ux
truiuu measures to protect non-union
Anxiety l flt fr tliu whip Henry
Muck, wiiloli was spoken tit w ill
iJMnmH liy ill" 1'iiik W, II. (I oil (rny.
Sim 11119 no! Iii'cn liiuml nf ulnt'ii, mul
In limn hvmiiIiiij ut Sun I'ViiiioUun.
Tliu (illul liiml (Jnv. Mumly win
tVlHlhi:jj Jjff (y'lll )Ul!))Hl)mil)tl!lli
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5uUUitf.6,Tj, VlltW lyjhflil
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i IIM8T JJAl. M iv was ill) Duller llinu llie line one, ' Mr. W. K u inir. qiiunr 1.1 lcr at IB.
MON'IIAY, Oct. 1JJ.
Tlie House met ul It) o'clock.
Kcp. Waipuiliiiii piccnlcd :i icso-
lution tliat, Hie Mil
leiatiug to the
:i special order
Minister l'.town aid il, was only
necoxsury that the Appioprialioit
Hill lie pioeeeili'il witii. lie moved
the lesoliitiou be laid on tlie table.
onni'.ii ok tiik n vv.
The House proceeded with the
order of the day.
Consideration of the reports on
Noble Crabhc, as a member of llie
postal coiuiuilter said that, in the
report laid down before this House.
schedule1! A. and 1). inclusive, also
letters received fiom the ruial post
tnastois, its also allidnvils taken
from clerks in tlie (Sum-rat Post
Olllcu, were referred to in llie mii
joiily report, and he considered as
they' were embodied in the repott to
the House by reference, that they
belong to that repoit, and as such
belong to the House, and should be
paid for by lite .-luihorizalion of this
House to have the report printed.
Another point was that before tlie
majority icport was submitted to
this House, the allldavits were shown
to the members of the minority and
to Noble Baldwin in particular, who
said, when he had looked at them,
that he would not believe tliem, tlie
subscribers lo tlte allldavits, because
it Wiis evident that if they could not
tell the truth when before the com
mittee, they would not do so by alll
davit. He contended that ull the
report was regular, and should be
sustained by this House.
Kep. Paehaole held that nothing
that was not presented to the House
should have been printed.
The President asked lite linn,
member to take his seat for a few
Rep. Hookano, on suspension of
tliu rules, presented the report of
the judiciary committee, finding that
Patrick Cockett was duly elected as
Representative for South Wniluku.
The President appointed Hups.
Hookano, Nawahi and White a com
mittee to ask one of the Supreme
Court Justices to attend and swear
in the new member.
Mr. Justice McCully appeared
with tlie committee ana administer
ed tlie oath to Mr. Coekelt, who
thereupon took his seat.
TIIK POSTAL 11KFOKT.
Hep. Kancalii was of opinion that
the chairman of the committee ex
celled his authority in printing mat
ter that had not been before tlie
Hep. Hickard said tlie committee
had gone far beyond its authority in
bringing in such a report as this
censuring the Postmaster-General,
The House would be acting very un
wisely in accepting the report. The
Postmaster-General was the head of
the Postal Bureau, and if it was
competent for the committee to ex
amine tlie subordinates in that bu
reau, regarding the conduct of the
Postmaster-General toward them,
he failed to sec how discipline could
be preserved in the bureau. It was
not a matter of the clerks' treat
ment, but one of their pay, that the
committee- was seflt to investigate.
If any of the clerks were not satisfied
with their treatment or their pay,
they were not obliged to say in the
employment. The care and responsi
bility was in the hands of the Postmaster-General,
and he had to pre
serve discipline among all his sub
ordinates. There was nothing pro
duced to show that the Postmaster
General used any personal violence
on any of the clerks. It was a dilll
cult position to (ill, and the incum
bent would of course make enemies
as well as friends. There bad not
been a single thing found wrong
with the accounts of that bu
reau during the time since the
present incumbent took ofllcc.
That was saying a great deal
for an ofllcc in which there
were so many departments. Pos
sibly the Postmaster-General had a
temper that got beyond his control
in small matters, but when they con
sidered the cleanness of his ac
counts, when investigated by an
able nuance committee, his temper
was a very small matter.
Noble Baldwin held that members
should not at this stage discuss the
matter of the reports. Tho ques
tion was whether they should accept
the pamphlet before the House for
discussion of its contents at souio
Noble Mullcr rose to a question
of privilege and said that the finance
committee hud made grave charges
against the Postmaster General.
(Cites pages) Ho Htrongly objected
lo the remarks made by the lion,
member from llumakim, especially
after the Report of the Finance Com
mittee hud been udodlcd by tliu
Rep, Ilonlfiino wits in favor of ni
furring tliu qiietilinn to it select com
inlltce. He thought the ohulnimii
Iiml ii right lo print i'uiiiiirl.4 in feii
port of hi I'iipnri, hut if liu ueh'itteil
fiom ullliliiviu unil letter Hit purl
Hint Hiiiioil liinibull It win highly hit
Hep, II, W, W luov wmilil ilrui
Ills muiluii ij) lulu u Uiti ri'')rii imuJu
tulJM (lit)') lu jiwr ul Uiu uiu
wiuuito HJwTW www tin
minority -mid lliey would not believe
lite testimony. They tcfucd lo be
lieve it Itccau?!' the oillcial belonged
lo their paity. Tlie present Minis-
try was no better than the late one,
in' keeping unlit persons in nlliee.
Noble von Teuipsky raised tho
point of order that the Ministry was
not before the House.
The President ruled llie point well
Rep. Wilcox . proceeded to say
that the iniiioiily belonged to the
Iti-foim party, anil Ihercfore wauled
lo shield tin" PnslniaKter-Genornl.
He was surprised lo see members
of the National Reform Party, who
boasted loudly before election of
what, lliey were going to do in llie
House, standing up lo defend Re
form ollicials. If this tiling contin
ued there would be a new Govern
ment before a year, and there would
be no King, and lie would take a
hand in the business.
Rep. Paehaole called the speaker
lo order. Il was this talking all
round lliat prolonged the session.
Tin: President ruled the language
of the representative of the llftlt (lis
ttict as out of order.
Rep. Wileox, proceeding, said he
apologized for going off the subject.
Tlie session was made lengthy by
Hie Ministry not being well liked.
In his seven years' lesidenee in Ku
rope lie saw that disputes like that
between Noble Baldwin and Rep.
Marques were generally settled out
side at tlie point of lite sword or
The President said the House did
not want insltucliou on tlie ICuro
Rep. Wilcox said lliat was be
cause the President had very lillle
Noble Walbridge said llie speaker
should be censured by the House
for his language regarding the Presi
dent. Rep. AVilcox withdrew the remark
and said that if tlie Noble from Wai
luku felt hurt he could rub his
The previous question carried.
Rep. Marques asked if Noble
Baldwin had said on Saturday that
llie minority had presented their re
port, that the majority induced the
clerks to go before C. W. Ashford,
who took their evidence."
Noble Baldwin said there were
some inaccuracies in the reports of
his speech. He did not say exactly
what was referred to by the lion,
member. Marginal notes on tlie
allldavits showed that some parts
were dictated by C. W. Ashford.
Tlie motion to return the report lo
tlie chairman of the committee car
ried. Rep. Nawahi and Noble Crabbe
resigned from the committee.
The House went to tlie consider
ation of tlie Appropriation Bill on
Salary of Circuit Judge, Maui,
$1000; his traveling expenses 300.
Circuit Judge, Hilo and Kau,
$4000 ; his traveling expenses, $200.
Circuit Judge, Koliala and Kona,
S4000 ; his traveling expenses, $200.
Circuit Judge, Kauai, $1000; his
traveling expenses, S200.
Police Justice, Honolulu, $0000.
Police Justice, Hilo, $3000.
Police Justice, Lahaina, S2000.
Rep. While moved $2100. Car
ried. Police Justice, Wailuku, $3000.
Police Justice, North Koliala,
Rep. Hookano moved $3000.
Passed at $2400.
Police Justice, Liltue, $2000.
Rep. A. S. Wilcox moved $2100.
District Judge, North Hilo, $1000.
Rep. A. Horner moved $lo00.
The work had greatly increased.
Noble Widomann moved $15,000.
They might as well give him enough
Noble Macfarlane spoke of the
itemB having been revised by the
Chief Justice, who ought to know
what was right in each case.
Noble von Tempsky You voted
for an increase to the Lahaina Jus
Noble Macfarlane said lie wished
he could take his vote back. The
Appropriation Bill was now swelled
beyond all semblance to its original
proportions. It now seems to be
the disposition to incrca.se the sala
ries of the Circuit Judges all falong
tlie line. He then moved that the
vote to the Lahaina Justice be re
considered. Noble J. M. Horner favored re
consideration. The itcina had all
been discussed on second reading.
No new icuson had come up for in
creases. Cases at Kohula came for
ward by the score at once, to bo
disposed of lu an hour, and it was
unfair to use the argument of num
bers of cases.
Rup&R. W. Wilcox was not in
favor of reconsidering the items.
He knewBomclhlngof amount of bu
siness at North Hilo.
The President said that was not
the question; tlie North Hilo iluiu
wn3 not before the House.
Rep, Niiwiihl was not in favor of
rccouiililcrutlou, If the lion, Noble
for Honolulu hud lo do the work of
tluiHo iiiiiglbiiutiis, he would not
1 it 1 Ic about their getting too iniioli,
llcp. I'ai'liiKilu linked if tliu motion
lo rin'oiibliler l.ulmlim tmiilil tiiku
imHiciluniH) (if tlip inoHuii lo Iikiiiuinu
Tliu I'i'uklilfiit riilml tliu imliil
Hull luliuii. N ni 111 I ill" !!IUll lui
lllllJDlLUI u llui.
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CONDITk'N OF KILAUEA. NTH W lSi TH U TI MR ! X
Mr. W. libeling, sugar boiler at
Waiiuiku plantation, furnishes the
following notes of recent changes at
We anived nl the Volcano llnusu
at I o'clock In tho alteriioon of Oct.
llh. Dana Lake was veiy active.
Four cones were seen in action on
the east side of llalt'inauniau. Mr.
Malty, so far as he could judge
through the sulphur smoke, at 10
o'clock", believed these cones had
united their outllow in one lake.
Next morning at 10 o'clock with the
help of a bright sky, we all could
see the cones joined to he a lake
with a great How of lava.
In the evening of tlie same day a
paity went to see the lake, and we
saw the goddess in her greatest
glory. Dana Lake had overllowed
lo .such an extent thai the guide could
not bring us within a half mile of it,
and the How was still rising. The
liast Lake had also overllowed so
far that it was impossible lo follow the
old trail. This was also still rising
and a bigger lake titan Dana.
The evening of the Pith Inst, pre
sented a grand sliow of her majesty's
fireworks from the house, and I be
lieve it could have been seen at Kau
and Hilo plainly, as tlie residents
told us they had not seen it so ac
tive for years. Tlie How from both
lakes joined together at the north
side of Halemaumau cone.
The party with which I went to
tlie crater agreed to name the newly
built lake at the east side Maby's
Laku in honor of the discoverer.
The How is a mile long, the greatest
and finest sight since 188(5. In the
morning of the 7lh, from the house,
could be seen another big cone in
front of Halemaumau, which possi
bly muy produce a lake between
Dana and Maby lakes, as it is grow
ing hourly. Should Ibis happen all
three miht form in one lake of a
There is a possibility nf Hale
maumau caving it and joining these
lakes. On tliu evening last men
tioned a small lake was visible at the
back or south side of Halemaumau.
This makes at present live lakes
round Haleinaumau, and, witli 11a
lcmaumau smoking heavily, it is
possible that by this time the whole
may form one grand lake. 'Clcm
entson's Delight" is a fraud as a
lake, as it is nothing better than a
cone. W. E.
Will open THURSDAY, Oct. 10th, in
thu new building, adjoining Love's
Bakery, where you can pro
cure the choicest
Beef, Mutton, Vetil, Pork,
No. 1 Pork Sausage, Smokod Tongues,
Beef Sausage, Smoked Mutton Hums,
Bologna Sausage, Spicod Uei-f,
German Sausage, Oornod 1'ork'fc Beer.
Car Your patronage Is respectfully
solicited and satisfaction guaranteed hi
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bell Tele. 369 JirMutual Tolo. 3G2
IDROFKSSOU SAU VLKT lnvlng con
cluded the important musical work
on which he has been engaged is now
piepated lo receive pupils sis before.
CAPTAIN II. Lightbody, of the bark
"IllrUcr," will not bo lespousible
for any debts contracted
without his written tndei
A l.li persons, who aro
xlL the estate of Ghas.
requested to make immediate settle
ment to Mrs. ChiiR. Illratn, or to
G77 lw DA Vlt) DAYTON.
with a family, with or with
out bond. Letters to T. It. It.,"
Messrs. Theo. II. Davles & Co. C.7H Ilt
THAT Tract or Parcel of
Laud situated hi Palolo
Valley, containing an area of
lot) acres more or less and
belonging to tlie estalo of
Oiias. Long, deceased. A lease may lm
given for a term of years and immediate
possession, If deshed. This laud was
(or a teim of tun years under lease
to tliu late Philip Milton. Fnrfiuthcr
iufoiuiatlou plciiKu apply to
F. A. .SOIIAKFKR.
Guardian F.ntato ('has. Long, dce'd.
FOR SALE !
CI t it mi.il,
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The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Arc now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fen
lure of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following arc a few of the man' attractive forms offered by thla
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
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The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiktt
Million Dollars. This is nt the rale of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
jRaylnformalion cheerfully furnished to any who will write lo or call
upon the undersigned at his otllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islunds, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
GOKNEIl HOTEL &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading : IVIillinery : House
Chaa. J. Tishel, Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
Ex "ADONIS" A. "BLENGFELL"
From Enroue anQ Late Arrivals tnii llie lluitcfl Slates.
"lloyul Club" I tfZl
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Louis Boederer )
HennesBy 3 Star
Do Laagu Flls -1 Star
(JoiiHale. & Co. f Crown
John Exuhaw Extra No.
iBlay Blend Scotch
Bourbon, 1881, in bulk
Canadian llye, 18S'J, in bulk
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FrcderickHbtirg Han Joso )
BASS'S KNGLLSH ALU,
EUROPEAN PORTS and SHERRIES,
Of Ilebt Quality;
OiilifornuL "Willow aml JLiriiiitlieN,
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The "Best" Tonic
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