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DALLX liUJLLKTJJM : JJU.NU.LUJL.U, Jd. 1., NOYEMBEK 31, iBiiu.
TUESDAY, NOV. 11, 1890.
0AI1U RAILWAY & LAND CO
To Take Kneel Odnlier U(I, 1NUO.
A.M. A.M. I'.M. I'.M.
Loavo Honolulu.. u:l(i 8:40 1 :-15 4:'M
Arrive Honoullull. 7:'2C :!!) 1:I'J r:35t
Leave Honouliuli. 7:30 10:fil :i:i)l r : 4 5 f
Arrive Honolulu.. S :35 1 1 :r A:,r C,:m
t Saturdays only.
Stun- Pelt; from Kiuml
StmrW-U Hall fr in Muni ami Hawaii
.Stun- MlUohala for Kauai at ! p in
Stmr I.ehua for Nun, Kaupoand lltiku-
latiat 4 i in
Stnir .Ins Jlakee for Kapait nt 4 p in
Stun Klluiieu firOnUula, Hnnonui mid
Popeekeo ut 4 p in
For Maul per stnir Llkelike, Nov 10
MrUookbuin. M Fatitlno, Mm Hogeis
and child, E F Baldwin ami about afi
ihit HtHit ni.rtS.
Tim bktne Mnry Winkehnaii lias tin
Nbed unloading ber e.ugo of geneiol
merchandise, bhe is waiting for cijal.
Tlio stmr Likollkc alli d for bur usii'il
route about (1:45 lnt night. She Is due
on Sit tin day morning.
LOCAL & GENlRAL NEWS.
Tiiu return of a book lent is'ic
quested. The Athletic Club will 'hold tin
Hi at practice meeting this eening.
r m -
The Official Programme of the Re
gatta, with a list of the prizes, is pub
Mh. John lehardson has been ap
pointed Notary Public foi the Second
Judicial Circuit of the Kingdom.
Mk, Paul K. Kauitnakuolo has been
appointed Notary Public for the
Second Judicial Circuit of the King
dom. The Union Feed Co. will hold theii
annual meeting at the company'
office on Queen street, Fiiday, Nov.
14th, .it 11 o'clock a. m.
Mi:. Jas. F. Morgan will sell the
xtensie household furniture of Mr.
J. Herapath at No. 3'Kukuistieet, on
Wednesday, Nov. 18th.
An early morning block of several
tramway cars vascaused on Nuuanu
street yesterday morning by a water
i-ar jumping the Hack at a switch.
The anests this morning were:
Luika, a natio woman, charged with
larceny of clothing belonging to W.
F. O'Hallaron, and Ah Sam, assault
Meebcrs of the Athletic Club will
find a fine lino of exercising shirts
and tights at Egan & Gunn's, who
have just received an extia new stock
of general dry goods and clothing.
A special meeting of the Fire Po
lice will be held this eening at eight
o'clock at the hall of Engine Co. No.
2. As business of importance will
come up every member is requested
to be present.
Ik you aro hungry, if you wibh to
keep Thanksgiving, or if you want to
make ready Christmas cheer, go to
Henry Davis & Co.'s and secure one
of those one hundred and fifty line,
fat eorn-fed gobblers, before they are
all spoken for.
I ' - ..i-.i..!..
The case of Kau Hee and Lo Sin,
assault and battery on J. Fernando,
a policeman, occupied the attention
of the Police Couit all this foienoon,
and was still on this afternoon. J.
Alfied Magoon for Kau Hee, J. M.
Davidson for Lo Sin.
Yesterday another drawing of the
"Watch Club took place, at which fie
moie lino gold watches were secured
by mejnbors. Parties living outsido
of1 Honolulu desiring to join the
club can do so by making their
weekly payments by mail.
RiunkwikeI the very mention of
it muketh the heart glad. Messrs.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons hao it for
salo ; also new lots of fresh Amorican
and Geunan beeis, flowing cham
pagnes, ports and ehoines, with most
excellent after-dinner Havana cigars.
Misk Lo Count of San Francisco
has kindly consented to play a man
dolin solo during the ledum on Mo
zart this evening at the Y. M. C. A.
Hall. MisB Lo Count ih a deft and
urtiBtic playor on the instrument, and
those who have had Iho gootl fortune
to liuiir hoi I'Joying state u tieatis in
stoic or those presuut to-night.
THE QUEEN EMMA MEMORIAL,
Tlio ineinoi ial window to her Into
MnJiiBty Qiiuou lCiiuna, roprcsuntlng
the ciuulllxloii, la now in ltn place nl
tliu uubt einl of Ht, AikIiow'n C'utliti.
dntl. It U thu lft of thu 'J'riibtuuK
of Him Cnt)i)ii'a Iliilttil, Thu urlu
Of wIimIimnh in thu iiiu uihI oliitntul
uMos Id now coinplutu, Tliu tiii(iiu
foil ulmvt' tlm Mivt-'iul llnliln mu
lilwo liunn llllufl III wlUi Hiuoirliilu
ulil)linii III tlitllii'il Hliw. Till' ilfh"
bill lh"llll IIIU MllUr IMI WW M'lll'H'i
l!i i Mill M UMIPW l Ml . OF I II'
h iuliii vijwl) turn M"
Tuesday. Nov. II.
The IIouso mot at 10 o'clock.
UKI'OUTS Or COMMITTMiS.
Hop. Paelmole piescntud the min
ority report of the select committee
on the Tramways hills. It con
siders Noble Widemann's hill a
gross injustice to the company,
liep. Pachaole's hill Is intended to
exempt the company from the obli
gation of keeping in icpuir the
stntutoiy two feet on caeli aide of
the track, ns the company is losing
$10,000 nycnr and it is the public
that damages that part of the street.
They recommend the passage of the
latter bill. Signed by A. P. Pae
lmole and Win. II. Cornnell. Luid
on the table to he considered w ilh
Rep. Nnwahi moved thut the re
poitof the select committee on Dr.
Lutz be taken up.
Noble Widcmann wanted to know
what theie was In that teport to ho
taken up. The committee could not
come to any conclusion on the mat
ter, and simply tefeiretl it hack to
the House. Dr. I.ut, offered lo go
back under stiff conditions, hut
only for one or two months, or as
long or short a time us he pleased.
What could the House do about it?
Rep. Ilookano said that what the
(louse wanted to know was what the
lion. Noble had done with the report,
he having had it refcricd back to
him to get the signature of the Min
ister of the Interior.
Noblo Widcmann said he hud
done nothing with it, us it was a still
Rep. Nawahi said if it was, the
lion. Noble brought it forth.
Noble Widemann replied not at
all ; it was brought forth by the lion,
member for Hilo, who hi ought it to
him and got his signature buncpti
tiously. Rep. Nawahi said it was a healthy
child, but the hou. Noble undertook
to nurse it, and he killed it. The
House should do something with the
Noble Widemann said this baby
of the lion, member for Hilo was the
most dead-sick baby he had ever
seen. On the strength of the lion,
member's representations, he had
sighed the report. He now with
diew that mgnature.
Rep. Brown moved that the report
he reiet red to the Minister of the
Interior to be transmitted to the
Board of Health. Cairied.
Rep. Ilalstead presented a icsolu
lion that a select committee of three
be appointed to wait on His Majesty,
and infoim him that this House will
be ready to be prorogued on Fiiday
next at-12 o'clock.
It ep. R.W. Wilcox moved that
the resolution be laid on the table
until the House finds out when it
will be ready to prorogue. Lost.
Rep. Paehaole moved the resolu
tion be referred to a select commit
tee and wa'i speaking, when the
President called him to older. He
asked under what rule he was for
bidden to speak.
The President i tiled that the hon.
member had no riglu to inteirupt
the Chair when a queslion was being
Rep. Paehaole appealed against
the decision oi the Chair.
Noblo Widemann was speaking on
The President called him to older.
Noble Widemann Good God !
can't I s.iy anything?
The Piesident Not on the merits
of the resolution. You can only
speak on the ruling of the Chair.
Noble Widemann claimed that he
had the. right to say what he had to
say, and the President had no i ight
to stop him.
The President asked the hon. No
ble to take his seat.
Rep. Ilookano supported the ap
peal. Rep. Brown said the ruling was in
accordance w ith the practice through
out the session, and he had novel
heard it disputed till this moment.
Rep. Paehaole argued in favor of
The President said the hon. mem
ber was perfectly right in claiming
the privilege of making his motion,
but that was only when a matter was
under discussion and not when it
was being voted on.
Rep. Kanealii thought the Presi
dent should withdraw his ruling, us
he would hate to vote him in thu
w i ong.
Noblo Kauhanc held that after the
Piesident lose to put the question
no new motion could be admitted.
Noble Baldwin maintained that,
while the i tiles weie defective on
this point, thu practice had been
that when the President had the
floor putting a question, no new mo
tion could ho mado. He had often
wanted to make a new motion under
such uiiciiitiblances, hut it would ho
ngulnst pmlhiinuiitary practice,
Thu Pieaidoiit wished to say that,
If a new motion ho entertained when
it question wus lining put, thu result
would hu that nuy ineiiibur, when
ever ho mtw that liU motion fulled,
could bpilng up mill iiKive nn mm nil
muni, mid tiiuiit would hu nn mid to
till) hllbllH'HB, t Hnilll OMtlbU tUldlt'N4
i'oiifiiblou mid li wan uu;uliibi nil inr
'lli'UllilUliW IIIMIIIIIIK Dl II) u'i'JtU'b
81 J i ht, ) Alwgiiu tfjll hold a Uuil'
lUll! Mill) ul illj pud t'MlillJI, MH;
Yesterday afternoon cancelled
treasury certificates and bonds lo
thu face value of 81,103,'lfiO weie
bin tied before the rear entrance of
the Government Building. Members
of the finance committee of the Leg
islature did the incendiary business,
according to the law of the realm in
'such cuse mado and provided.
SUBGESTIOH ON FOOTBALL.
It has been suggested that, as
the Flagship Charleston is liable to
leave here any time, and as no foot
ball team could bo funned soon
enough to stand an equal change
against the Charlestons, that the
captains of the teams, which played
last Saturday, choose sides from
among all the players ; thus divid
ing the best und making the sides
more nearly equal.
A PUBLIC NUISANCE.
One of the beauty spots occa
sioned by erratic street grades exists
opposite thu Thomas block, King
street, between Nuuanu and King
streets. A da's wet weather al
ways leaves a week's swamp there,
milking the ah unwholesome and in
jut lug the business of storekeepers
It is a positive public nuisance that
calls for abatement without fuilhor
The "Hayseeds" were out in
toice at last night's session, Hying
lo levoltilioni.ed thuiitfatis of Hono
lulu. T'.e city contingent was con
spicuously thin just when their con
stituents' interests wore being made
a football by the rural sages.
The House made up for its credit
able evening's work yesterday by
watting nearly the entire moining
session this morning over a palpable
At eight o'clock this morning a
young native boy named Bila got
into ttouble with a Chinaman named
Ah Sam at Lam Kau's Hotel slioet
restaurant. During a sufne which
ensued yottut; Bila was knocked
senseless either by a blow or by
staking his head in falling. He was
attended by Dt. MoWayne, but did
not recovei consciousness until some
time after removal lo the Station
House. Ah Sam was immediately
place under arrest and is in jail, hav
ing failed to find $100 bonds.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
The order of service to be attend
ed by the Court on Sunday morning
next, Nov. lGlh, at 10 o'clock a. in.
will be: The oider of morning
mryer with Pbalins G:38; 1st Les
son, 2 King's V. to ver. lo ; 2nd
Le&son, S. Luke xvii. er. 11-20.;
Hymn 3G9, special prayers of intei
cession, Hymn 8G8, seimon by the
Bishop of Honolulu. Hymn 181
during the offertory. The music
will be led by the surpliccd choir of
men and boys. Mrs. Gray will pre
side at thu organ. Seats will be re
set ved for the Court, the Cabinet,
Judges of the Supreme Court, the
Diplomatic and Consular Corps, the
Admiral, Captains and Ofllceis of
the ships of war m port, Privy
Councillors, meiubets of the Legis
lature, and Government Officials.
The rest of the church will be open
to the public. 707 St
FIRE AT WAIKIKI.
A fire occurred at Waikiki this
morning at about six o'clock, which
destroyed the house of Mr. G. West,
neM the lcsidence of Mr. Manuel
The building was occupied by Mr.
A. Vogel and family and I he liie
was discovered in the roof of the
kitchen shortly attei the breakfast
lire hud been staited in the stove.
The lire doubtless originated m the
roof plate fine and spread with
gieat rapidity. The work of de
struction w.is soon completed ; the
house, fuiiiitute and even the daily
clothing of the occupants being con
sumed. The house was instiled in the
Union Insurance Co. of New Zea
land, with Hon. J. S. Walkct for
82000. Mr. Vogel's household of
fects were instiled for SGf0 in the
Lion Insurance Co., with Mr. A.
Jaeger, and also for SfiOO in the
Royal Insurance Co. with Hon. J.
A LITERARY TREAT.
Mr. I M. English 11. A. (Oxon)
will eiileilain the public this een
ing at the Y. M. C. A. Hall with a
lecture on .the great musical com
poser, Mo.urt. Although it will bo
one hundred years in 181)1 , since
.Mozart died, thu fumu of his won
derful compositions has sUndily in
ctoased. He died at thoeatlyage
of 35 yeats, when he was just de
veloping the full foico and stieugth
of his gonitis; and It was hut a few
days befoul his death ho gavu the
world that tender, boleuiu yet sub
limu icqiiiuiu cotupobcd in iiutlcipii
tion of his own death.
It Is ol such touching uplHodtiH its
this that uluioat thu until u bhoit lift)
of Moart was uiiulu up, It i of
Biidh a life mid life wink that Mr,
KiikIIuIi will treat liMilghtl mid
iIkii.ii wlm luiiioinlicr hi clloii nn
"In Muiiimimii" u fow nueU tigo
limn I not ikim iuiipiuliiliiiiilll li
iiluht, Tlmleiiliiiit will lmilliiliu
ml liy M'lui'llfin fiiiiu lli iniikluul
(li Im nf lljii ilmtil imiiiiuMvi , liui'
ilmi'il It) bjiimi uf uili liftl InniiD
tulvilli M UU! jiiuku ut IU l'UlUH
Mf.Jiugltu uiir p'u i) iiuiwui.iWi
IN HONOR OF
His Majesty's Birthday,
KTovembor 15, 1890.
HI -V. I.
1 YACHT RAP.E: FIRST CLASS. 1st Prlre
yOO; 2d Pi lo 825; 3d P1I08IO.
Open to all.
CouiiSK : 1. F10111 1111 Imaginary line
di.twn fioin the Honolulu lliirhorMglit
lioue to the Immigration I) pot Wharf
011 the oust side of tlio Imibor, out the
channel, ki oping between the Spar and
Hanoi buuj s al the euti.tnoe to the har
boi. 2. Pi 0111 tlio Spur litioy, passing out
side of the Hell Uuoy. to and tucking
around .i stake boat audio. eil in the buy,
opposite, the lc-ldomo of VV. O. Irwin,
neu Diamond Head.
II. I'inm the ta u boat, passing lu
ilile of the Hell Itnoy, lo ami tuo.hlg
aiouuda stake boil anehoied off tlio
leef, about li.ili-a-iude smith of the en
trance to IVul llaihor, at a point uheie
the 1101 tli end of the Wnl.inae Mount
ain cotnm in line with an old house
situated in n move of tiees.
4. Pioin thH stake boit to and tack
ing mound the Hell Ituoy,
ft. I'lom the Hell Hiuiy, passing be
tween tlio p.u and Hanoi buos, and
tlnisliing at and noioss an inuigitinry
line iliawu fioin the I'an Huoy 111 the
haiboi to a White Flag on the O. S. S.
2 YACHT RACE; SECOND CLASS. 1st
1'rlzeSIO; Ud 1'iUc 9-0; 3d PiUo
S10. Open to all.
Oouitsi:: 1. Pi 0111 an Iniaulmuy lino
diawn fioin tlio Honolulu llaibor Uglit
lioue to the Iminlgi.itiou Depot wharf
on the east side of the haiboi, out the
channel, keeping between the 8par and
Hanoi buoys at the entrance to the bur
bot. 2. Ftoni the Spar Huov passing out-i-ido
of the Hell Huoy to and tacking
iiiound a st ike boat unelioied in thu bay
opposite the 1 evidence of V. O. Irwin
ncir Diamond He.ul.
:i Pi em thK stuke boat, passing in
side of tliu Hell Huoy to and tacking
mound a slake boat anolioiod off the
1. Pi 0111 this stake to and Uekiug
uiouuil tlio Hull buoy,
5. P10111 tlie Hell buov iiislner be
tween t-pai and Hauul buoys and tuiish
ing at and acuies an iniigiiiniv line
iliawu finin the Can buoy in tlio harbor
ton white tlag on the O. S. h. Co.'s
3 SAIL BOAT RAE. 1st Piie S'0; 2d
I ile Sir. Opun only to sail boats
belonging to the war vessels in
poll ; no itiiuion as to lig; limi
ted to wood 01 water ballast, or
both. Hallast may bu shifted, but
wood must not be jettisoned nor
CoUK&E: Same as No. 2.
Yachts will assemblu off the Paeitio
.Mail dock .it 9 a. in. A prepuiatoiy gun
will be tlied on the Judges' boat at u 30
a in. The starting gun will bo lliednt
10 a. 111. Mi, up.
The stun will bo a lljiljg 0110; the
time of eieh juelit being taken as she
eioses the line, but no jacht shull he
allowed moie than 10 minutes within
which to st.ut aftei the signal to stint
lias been gien.
Time allowance one minute to the ton.
K iuli j aulit in raeos Xos. 1 and 2 must
cany at liui inalntopniast head, a dis
tinguishing llj of a suitable dlo, wlileh
iiiut nor ho hauled down miles slie
gies up the l.uu.
Eaeli yaelit sliall c.ury dining the
race no moie tlntu tlio umu'iI anehoisaml
eiiaiiis, which must not he used as ship
plug lialldt 01 for altering tlio trim of
tlio yaelit. No bags of shut shall bo on
bond ami all ballast shall bo properly
stowed nuclei the platfoiuis or in lock
ets and shall not bo shipped or trimmed
in an. way whut"ei dining the nice
Yaelit- ill i.ue No. 1 alV limited t foio
and u(l -alls only.
I S'X-OAREu GUIS or UALLEY3; Slatlin
soy ShhH. 1st Prlo 83.ri; 2d Puzo
S-'0;3d Pilis 810. Open to all.
("ouusi:: Pioin stinting lino out the
oliaum.1, leaving aji ti bnov 011 port
side, thence to ami aioimd thu Hell
buoy, keeping sumo on poll side In
loiiudlng, und hack to stalling point,
keeping ispar buoy 011 stuiboaul sldo.
2 rOUR-OAREO FRE GHT BOATS. 1st
P1I0 82.-i; 2d l'ile 81A; 3dPiie
I0; lib 1'iio 8.. Opuu to all.
CounsL:-Kioin stalling line out the
eh imiel to ,'spar liimj, keo)lug saiuo
on p iTisldo in intituling; keeping he
iwiautlm Imo.ss in thu channel, ami
buck to stalling point.
3 SIX. PADDLE OANOES. 1st I'rlo 82r.;
2d Piio 815; :td I'iUo 10; 4th
I'llogt, Upon to nil
Couiiii'.: P10111 stalling Hue to and
mound tho .second Can buoy to sea
wanl fioin the M111I110 Hallway, und
bid. to stalling point.
4 3'X-OAHfnilOATS; Sliding Scnit. Ut
li IO gVlj 2d 1'iln f.T.j :id l'ile
1-10, Opuu 10 all,
1 Cuutikh Hume as No, I llowliiglliiee,
1 6-r.UQtE b'iOLI. illUHE riOATS Ul
'll.is0;2i Itl 17 1 ;tt I'lli' e.i.
(Otnibi.i Pioin binning line in 11111)
1 mound Plul l .'an huoy below llm
Mill 1 lie lliillwity. keeiiliiR iiiniil
I blllo, mill llU'b lo binning jlilllll,
! Id l'ile VMM VI I'lUc ttj'u Hit
I'lUu tiil, Uiiii in nil,
Put u) iiiic 11 N'oi I )iimujui'ii
0-FIVE-0ARED WHALE BOATS. 1st Prize
30; 2d Prize 20; 3d Prize 810.
Open to all.
OoitnsK: Same as No. 2 & 7.
Q-SINGLE-SCULL SHELL RACE. 1st
Prbc 81G; 2d Prlro 810; 8d Prl?e
t5 Open only to uuiRtures.
Couiisk: Same as No. G.
10-F0URTEEN'QARED BARGES or CUT
TERS. 1st Prize CO; 2d Prize 82G;
.3dPilze810, Open to nil.
Couusi;! Same as No. 0.
Prizes will be awarded foi tub BEST
RIGGED CATAMARANS. 1st Prize
25; 2d Prlzo 810.
N. B. The ltegatta races will be
under the rules adopted by the Ha
waiian Rowing ifc Yachting Associa
tion. Tlnce or more boats to start to se
em e tlio secoud prizes.
Four or more boats to start to secure
the third prizes.
Tlio rowing races will take place at 1
o'clock i m. sharp.
Thu signal gun will be lhod from the
.Tudgo's stand at 12:30 o'clock.
Signal foi the competing boats lo as
semble at the starting Hue will be the
thing of a gun 10 minutes before tho
start of each race.
w"Kutile8 for the races win now bo
made at the olllco of tlio Hawaiian News
Department, with J. M. Out, und will
close on Friday, the 14th lust., nt 4 :30
o'clock I. M.
O. B. WILSON,
Chultmau Kegatta Committee.
Q. D. Fkelth,
707 4t Judges.
tX AIAItKIHD Couple, the wife to do
the cooking and housework the
husband to attend to outsido work,
horses, fowls, milking. Address "Ha
waii m 0-tilch Faun," Kapluliml Park;
Mutual Telephone 32"). C95 tf
ELECHON of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the Wal
kapu - ugar Uo. bold November 3,
1800, tlio following stockholders were
elected to servo as ofllceis for the ensu
ing ytai :
W. 11. Coinwell President
G. . Muufurlane... Vice-President
Win G.hwln Treasurer
W. M. Oiffard Secietary
F. W. Maefarlano Auditor
W. M. OIFFARD,
701 lw fcecrutary.
American it German Beers,
In Pints.& Quarts;
JR. 11 INE W1IN 3B,
i'ort SC HUerry,
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc.
FOIt SALE UV
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
1 ,. " r.trnnknm 11
By F. H. Englhh, B. A., (Oxon),
At Y. M. C. A. Hull,
TTuop-clay, Nov. 11,
Illustiatcd by Selections from tlio Com
poser's Works, by Home Talent.
Followed by a Humorous Musical
"Our Ascot Party,"
By Mr. F. M. English.
OST Admission, SO cents. 704 3t
Those Filters aro easily cleansed,
and NEVER become ORAOKED or
ORAZEI) by change of tempernturu of
The Flllei Medium Is a NATURAL
HI'ONE, mined finin the earth. Ills
unlike any other stone.
It Does Not Absorb and
Bouomo Foul !
IMPURITIES nuver PENETRATE
It, but lie oil Iho surface, and Internally
Iho Htono lenialiiii uk pine und white
afU'i e.iuof use us when taken ftutii
Tim (lulu I'liy Htono Flllei Ik a per
fect HiicecKH, It In iho only und llltor I
have eor seiiu, I would umbo without
one foi any coinOdeiiitluu. It rouvciu
out hike wntnr Into the boat ililnklng
water In ilin world.
lll.NIO M l,UN, M, I) ,
AIM Went Ad'Uim hi,, CIiIciiko,
totr I'm Huhi hj
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE U0
HUB llll ruilHlHiUnj!Uhllll.
Rate City Stone Filter.
NOW IS THE TIME 1
Society of the
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional foa
lure of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
EnTp :. PE.R CENT- GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " ' u
eTdomenFtsEE tontines with lucrative options.
partnership and joint life policies,
childrens' endowments, etc.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
(From the New York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
The LargOHt Buaini'ss Ever TraiiHactod by a Life AsHiir-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society df Now
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
anceor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
6rIuforination chnnrfiiiR' fnrniulinil tn or... .i,n ,:n .: .
(upon the imdcrsignocl at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
E G A NT fr WM W
NO. 77 FORT STREET.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AX EXTRA NEW STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hals, Caps, Trunks, &c.
ALSO, A FINE LINE OF
Exercising ShirtS & TlfrhtS, in Black and Fast Colors,
"Members of the Athletic Club
they have but a few on hand.
Telephones, No. 111).-
has. Husfaeo, King Street.
Having leased the stoies in the brick building Known as tho
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite tho old st.ind.and ha ing disposed
of that portion of my stock dam igcd by the l.ilu file, and being
in receipt of Now Goods per laot steamer, and more on thu wnv, 1
am prepared to fill all orders as lufore. Thanking the public" for
tho liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past beven years, 1
hope by prompt attention to all orders tonieiitu contiuu.ince of the
same. At the new stand shall be pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many now ones as may find it to their ad nutate to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
For Thanksgiving, Ohristmai
LTVfl. IS JEW YJEDK.
150 FAT wnw-pun 1 5 0
SST EARLY ORDERS SECURIi THE CHOICE.
New Goods !
"PENNSYLVANIA & NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
HAVILANI) CHINA. (SILVER I'LATEDWARE,
LAMrS, CHANDELIERS. A leo,
WJMC. . JKi:&iC?I:llR5
Famous Grand Active & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
CoiiHiiaiiiiK Oiitt-thlnl ahh 1'iunl, olthor woimI orcoul, lliiiu
any othm Htuvo In oxlHtnmu),
(W Ni Hrluk Woik Ahont It 1 gjT Ju.t a Oleun Cut Hlo I
lr run ha iii'i in Tin.
HftW&iiiM) Hiy'dw&l'f Oou .
desiring suits should call early, as
I O. Box 372.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
No. 3 Fort Htroet.
New Goods !
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