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UAJLLX BUJjLUJU'JJN : HUJNU.LU.LU, M. l., NOVEMBER 2L ABtfu.
MONDAY, NOV. 24, 18!)().
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
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To TnU I'.tTcrt October Wl. IftUO.
A.M." A.M. l'.M. r.M.
Leave Honolulu.. G:1G 8:-)5 1 :4Q 4:30f
Arrive HonoullulL 7:20 !M9 2:-IU B:36t
Loavo llonouliull. 7:30 10:51 11:51 fi :4rf
Arrivo Honolulu.. 8:115 11:55 4:55 flsfltif
t Saturdays only
Stmr Likelike fiom Maul
Stinr Mlkuhala from ICniml
S 8 Zealandiu from Sun Kniuclseo
S S Zfiihiudl.i for.fr an KiaueKco
Stinr WalaU'tile for iiunmipo mid Piiui-
lmi at4 p m
HtinrMokolll for Molukal at 5 p in
btmr .Ins Mukeu fur K ipau tit I p in
HtmrJ A (hi m in tim fin Waliimiulo at
11 u III
VESSE-S LEAVINR TO-MORROW.
U S E S Clinileslou, lti-ai-Mliiili.il
Brown, for mhi i ruuclscn
tituir Claiidlnc for Muul at 5 p in
Stmr JHkahula for Ksiiliil at 5 p m
fcchr Llholiho for Kauai
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mlkaliala l:i20 lings sugar. 13
hides, 50 goat skins, 32 b.ig pin and
'Stmr Ltkellke 2C00 bags sugai, 12".
bugs potatoes, 7fi b:igscoiu,20b,ilc
hides, 4 hogs, 1 horse, and 120 sun
Fiom San Francisco, per S S Zei
landla, Nov 23 V H O Arnemmi and
wife. U E Bryant, James Brvant, .Mis E
S Ulprlco, Mrs J W Day and child, V K
Ditto, Mis Fisher, I' N Graham and
wife, A Han's, Alfied S Ilaituell, Mis M
HIrsliberg, Miss D Hirshherg, K Mud
den, F Llloogs, Rudolph Neumann, II
A Paimelce, Mis L M I'm melee, Di S G
Tucker, G Russell, Miss S Walker. V E
Wall, Lieut V B Webb, R N, G V Wil
der and wife, JH Oihill, D Ctcnmer,
William Fan ell, II Vlluliu, J Loveque,
Thos Powers, Josh Rqilly, G bhaip.
James Waid. 39 steerage and Bl cabin
and 40 steerage for the Colonies.
From Kauai, perst'nr Mikahala, Nov
23 Hous W II Rice aud A 1 Knpae
haole, W O bmitb, H H Wilcox, W
Essie, C W Spitz, W E Miller. Lot Lino,
Kaleuui, J Mahoe, E Lindeimaii, Mr
Nottmeyer, O Reiley, Muster Relley,
N Dopsou, 1 other, 0 Chinese and 52
From Maui, per stmr Likelike, Nov
23 ChaS llaswell, E Heidcmauii, H
ileidemann, E Omstead, Jus Nohlc and
wife, Mrsllaik, Miss Louisa Aheong,
P A Dias, 4 Chinese and CO deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
UBMS Nymph, Turner, fiom San
U8S Mohican, fiom Samoa
Bktne Maiy Wiukelmau, N Nisson,fiom
Bk W B Godfrey, R Dabel, from tan
Bk Faust, Otteibeck, from New York
Terii Allen A, tdoge, fiom Port Town
send Bktue Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Bk Gil van, Angus, from Lherpool
Bk Wakefield, Howes, from New Yoik
Bktne Skagit, Robinson, fiom Port
Bktue Katie Flickiuger, McRae, fiom
Brig W G Irwin, McCulloeh, from San
4-mstd nchr Robt Lewers, Pcuhallow,
from Port Towusend
Bktne Kllkltat Cutter, fiom Toit
Bktue S N Castle, Hubbard, fiom Sail
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Bk Flfeshlre, Jno Reld, from Livei pool.
Bailed ept 28, duo Feb 15-28, 1801
Brig Cousuelo, Jacobson, fiom San
Bktne Discovery, MpNcll, from San
' Frauelsco, due Dee 2-8
Four-masied sclir Olga, Rodlng, froui
Bk Ceylon from bepaituie Bay
Bk (Joryphene from Nauaiino
Bktue Amelia from Nanalmo
11BM Flasshlp Warsplte fiom British
Am bk Edward May, D Mahauy, from
Boston, sailed Aug 5, due lun 1-15,
Br bk Charlotte, Bohndorf, from Llver
1 pool, sailed Sept 2, du.o Jan. 1,5.-31,
Gr bk Santiago from New York, sailed
Sept 20, due Feb 20-28
Am bk Hesper fiom Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Vlvax from New Yoik, Bulled
Oct 15, due Mar 15-31, 1801
8 H Furallon, S Bonltleld. fiom Sun
Francisco and San Diego
4-masted schr Olga, Rodlu, fiom Sun
8chr Alcalde fiom Port BhiLely y
Hk' Discovery,1 MqNcII, from han Fran
Bk Foi est Queen from Poit Guinble
S S Uly lllu de Jauelio fiom San 1'iau-
I'lsco, due Duo 2
U'lio (itcainur Olmidlue Is dun t-aily to
morrow iiinriilug from Hawaii ami
Muul. Him sails again Ml ft p in on lliu
Tlio slimmer Kluau nftur lining thor
oughly ivimliud, will resume hur luiml
rouiu on nldity ufiuiimini at 2 o'clock,
KADWAY -At IIimiuIkI.KiiiiiiI.uiiNiiv.
IJIIi, in ijm mUp d1 .John Itmhvuy.
In Mil) I'lUIH'lwVi Nm f.
lllllll I).. Mill 111 Mill III
, LOpAL & DEHLRAL NEWS.
A nnowN sorrel inuro is missing.
Mi: Hiirnflcld wants a largo tin
Thk lMifo nnnomiucrf good lliiiign
Siiii'pniiH to oulpoits will iciiiiro
to toad the notice of the steamer
Ilti Exci Honey U. S. Minister
Ste imib gives olllciul nuticu of Thayks
giiiig I'uy in this imie.
Tub Hawaiian Carriage Miuiu
faotiuing Co. oil'or block ol ash, oak
and hickory at minced pi ices.
Tiik P. M. S. b Rio do Jniiuiio,
leaving San Francit-co to-moirow foi
Hongkong, will call at Honolulu.
Tub directors of the Kapiolani
Piiik Ascociatioli will meet Wednes
1iiy accOKling to notice elscwlifii).
Mksmis. Eguii it Gunn oll'ei a
choice lino of iliy goods, i'Ic, in their
leinpniaiy Mloie on lvinu, near Foit
DuiilXO the tempoiary absence of
lion. G. Y Mui'failane fiom the
kingdom, Hon. C. 1'. Lutkea will act
in his stead as Ciowu Laud Coinniis
Biouei. Tin: paitnuisliip of Alescrs. C. V.
Uiay anil T. W. Hawlins in thu Ha
waiian Soap Co. is dissolved, Mr.
Rawlins continuing the busine.-s and
iisiimiiig the liabilities.
TE liaculiiill gaiiuiMkfoi the week
will be us follows, beginning at I!:lf)
p in. each day: 'I lim.-ilay, Culifoi
nias4vs. Honoliilus; Friday, C.ilifor
niiih vs. Hiiwaiis; Salimlay, Califoi
iiias vs. Houolulus.
A oami: of baseball, in some ich
IH'cls eiy aniiising, was playid on
the League giouud Satuiday. It was
lietui en miM-il nines fiom the League
clubs, called foi coiivonienco the Ho
noliilus and the Hawaiis. . Lue.n
ami Davis pitched for the Hiiwaiis,
and Meek foi the Honolulu". The
lesult was a victory for the Hasans
of 8 to 5 runs.
DEPARTURE OF THE CHARLESTON.
TheU S. F. S. Charleston, with
His Majesty on board', will sail for
Sun Francisco at two o'clock to
morrow afternoon. No visitors will
be allowed on board after 12 o'clock
Capl. Tripp, Poi t Surveyor, seized
85 half-pound tins of opium Satur
day afternoon on the barkentine
Planter. The stuff was delected
under the mil by Guard Edwd.
Duvsiuchell, it having been placed
there probably for convenience of
landing at a favorable opportunity,
thai, thanks to the vigilance of the
force, never anlved. It i9 said that
the price of opium has risen lately.
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
a foothall match will be played at
Makiki between the following teams:
Richards Left half back Uapai
Baldwin.... Right half bJek....D.uiiHi
Frear Full back ;llayselden
Foibes Fourth hick Angus
Mavo ( 'eutei ni-h -". Wood
E. Tli ui in .. Hightguard....S. Lyman
McVoy... Left guaid Cuambeilain
W. Thrum-... Right tackle. .R Lyman
Alexander. ..I.i-ft tackle.. ,L E. Lyman
R. A. Lyjniiii. Right end lush! Umstioiig
Peck Lefteudiush Holt
Tie Bohemian Club's monument
to Ta vein ier is coming on the Con
suelo, that sailed from San Fran
cisco on the 14th inst. The Chroni
cle says :
"The sending of an appropriate
tomb stone by his former associates
in this city to mark .the last testing
place of Jules Taveruier iu the neg
lected cemetery at Honolulu is a fit
ting tribute to a great artist who did
much to make the picturesque
beauties of the Pacific Coasl known
to the outside world."
Steamer Zcalaudi.i, R. van Oter
endoip, Commander, i-ailed fiom Sun
Francisco, Nov. IjUi, 5:07 p. in.
Arrived at Honolulu, Nov. 23rd,
2:80 p. m. The Zealandla brings
45 cabin and 3!) steeiage passengers,
aud 30- tons of caigo lor Honolulu j
51 cabin and 40 steerage and 810
tons of cargo for the Colonies.
Nov. 19th, 7:45 a. in., passud
Alameda bound East. Nov. 22nd,
0:45 p. m. passed Australia bound
Nov. 15th to 17th light variable
winds and fine weather. Nov. 1.8th
strongS. E, winds with heavy sea.
Nov. lflltli fresh N.W. gale wivh
very high sea. Nov. 20th, squally
weather with heavy N, V. swell.
Thence to port light variable wpids,
flno weather but moderate N. E.
The Zcalmidtti sailed (or the Colo
nics between 2 und .'I o'clock this
PO ICE COURT.
Moniiav, Nov, 21,
Threw nffeniloiH wiiiu lined S5.
four 811, mid six lorfi'lt 11 hull, tmuh
, for iliiiiiliuiiiii, A imlhu huh
lined fell rot' uiiull.
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U'iiiiIdkUI. Ik iiinMitu llictl mfpurl-
lllllll fill II IHlll llU llllN lIUllOHT'
di fiir (iiiilnu aiiiiBiiiiiiiilDii liy liiuuii
IuUujj. TliPdJifluvwy m illvultfiu
Ui' liir iiiw iumiiMv, lull it &il
mm Ud mm lo w mm
AT PEARL CITY.
Hpoolnl Attention In CiiHctl to Hie
Jrcn I.nml Nate.
It is evident that a large number
of jicoplc intend to avil themselves
of the oppoitunity offered on No
vember 29th instant to secure a site
for a home cither for themselves,
their cliildieu, their friends, or for
a safe investment, and one that wil!
bring huge return in the near
future. '1 he O. K.I& L. Co. do not
proposed the sale of "a paper town"
with "paper water works," to be
leached by "a paper railway, "' ns
has been so frequently done in oilier
All that has been done to make the
immediate suburbs of Honolulu
valuable as places of residence, has
been done for Pearl City. If land
on the side of Punchbowl, which
cannot be readied from town for
less than 25 cents by hack, is woith
SI000 per acre, suiely land at Peail
City that is us easy of access and at
no greater, bul possibly teas cost
ought to be worth iu the near future
quite as much. Many citizens have
therefoie, determined to go to Pearl
City and buy lots on the day
of the sale November 29th,
at one fourth the pi ice lots
have recently been sold at iu and
mound Honolulu, and they will
doubtless look baik a few years
hence with gratifying respect for
their pcisonal and timely wisdom.
The Railway Company certainly
hae and am acting iu good faith by
giving every one an oppoitunity to
inspect the land they offer for sale
at very small expense, and now they
come forward with a proposition tu
supply a good lunch at Uemond
Giove on the day ol the sale, charg
ing only SI for a round trip ticket,
lunch included. This expense they
agree to refund to every put chaser
HEAVY ROBBERY. -
Klulid-ru llnmlioil UoIlurH1 M or Hi
or .leuclij ami Two lluiiitrt-il In
Mr. Fiank M. Black, an employee
of the Oahu Railway and Land
Company, on returning lo his loom
Friday after the departure of the
steamer Australia, found the place
empty, swept and garnished so far
as two thousand dollars of valuables
and coin were concerned.
The ai tides stolen comprise S200
in coin, two gold watches, three
diamond rings, a pair lady's In ace
lets, a pearl ring, two fob chains and
two charms, two pair sleeve buttons,
live diamond shiit studs, one set
lady's earrings and pin, 'diamond
cross, plain gold cross, gold locket
witli hair, two gentleman's rings, a
gold pencil, plain set of lady's ear
rings, silk shirts and underwear,
shoes, overcoat, and two valises.
It is supposed that the thief was
a man who had the full confidence
of Mr. Black, and Ihat he made his
escape to the Coast by the steamer
Austialia. Further paiticulars aie
withheld through fear that publica
tion might interfere with the cuds of
(Sun Franciico, Nuv. 15, per S.
FDTILE REBELLION IN HOKDUIUS.
A rebellion in Honduras headed
by General Sanchez lasted seven
days. General Bogran, President
of the republic, was supported byj
an army from all parls of the coun
try. The rebels .were driven foi re
fuge into the capital, and then street
after street was cleared of them. At
tunes the skirmishing was very
blood'. Al last accounts a remnant
of the rebel army was cornered in a
portion of the barracks, and if any
of the rebel leaders escaped death it
would be through the clemency ol
J. R. Biirchell ui hanged at
Woodstock, Uiitat io, Canada, Nov.
14, for tie iniudur of F. C. I5en
well on Feb, 17 lust. Although his
wife c. hoi ted him to make a full
confeisiou, lie steadfastly reliised to
the last. Biirchell was convicted on
circuiintnuiialeviileiioe which was
Biirchell had induced Binwell aud
a inaii named Pelly lo join him in
America, where he proposed lo take
them into partnership in a laigu
farm. After Benwell's body was
found in a swamp, with a bullet
wound in the head, Polly at once
proposed to Burcliell to go and see
if it was Benwell. Hurthell assent
ed, bul soon after stated Unit ho had.
just lcccivi'd a telegram from Hen
well, iu Now York, and he sent
Pelly there. Pelly wa in New
York when Hurdiull was ancntcd.
Thu evidence showed all thoie
facts conclusively--showed every
thing except the actual killing, One
of thu strongest poinU against Bur
undi was thu piniiiicllnii of a letter '
lo IhunuilPs old father, written two j
ui ouiiuuuu 0111 iiuiier. wriiicu two
days nflur thu inniilurnii nhluli hit
sluuid that young Hoiiwej) whs well
ploiiHud with thu farm un'd liml gouo
.Mm. Iturulmll m uireUul at the
umiiiu tlniri " lior iiiclmml, hul H
Minn Iniiinl llil IIkuu vti4 no
uililmwn 111 iioimniti Ijtir will) Hie
I'llniP. uinl tliu M illiiiljuiHw). Kim
dlllMUUllJIUHIIQiUllll! UJMVI" lui
mm mv)mmu w m
and tralllc superintendent of the
London and Northwestern Railway.
He has been in tho service of the
company fifty-two years. In nn
in'erview recently he said:
"I was oiitiiely opposed to my
daughter's marriage, at I looked
upon Burcliell as an unprincipled
fellow, but of a nature so feeblo and
amiablo that it was diflleult lo be
lieve that he could commit so terri
ble a crime as murder. Still from
that kind of people the worst may
be expected. It was with extreme
rcluttaucu that I agreed to my
daughter going to Canada, where
Burcliell pretended to have made
art angeinenls to settle on u farm."
I INANCIAL CKASII AVKHTKD.
A very critical week in New York
llhaiiciul circles was closing at latest
advices. There was a scarcity of
money of which the bears took the
Aloney aggregating SI, 500,000
was telegraphed fiom San Francisco,
and lunds were received fiom the
South. A review of tho 14th says :
"In the afternoon the market con
tinued to settle down slowly and
steadily, and Uually closed active
and weak at or near the lowest
prices of the duy. Lackawanna is
down 4, Louiseville and Nashville,
2i ; Union Pacific, 2jf ; sugar, 2g ;
Northern Pacific prefeired, 2 ;
Atchison, 1; St. Paul, 1. Gov
ernments heavy. Petroleum was
dull. December closed at 725."
Bradstreets holds that the panic
was the direct lesult of the close
coudilion of the mone markets in
Londou and New Yoik. The Lon
don market teceived atsislance from
the Continent In the shape of some
millions of specie. Bradstreets
"In 1 lie present condition of oui
exports and the exchange market u
diain of gold from here was not to
be immediately feared. The real
danger was further liquidation in
Loudon and heavy selling of its
holdings of American securities.
This danger was avoided for the
present at least, the affect being to
allay apprehensions and produce
support in tho general railroad
A queer theory of the panic is
given by the Washington Critic. It
is that the Louisiana Lottery Com
pany, hearing that Secretary Wana
maker was boi rowing money, with
drew from the banks its enormous
reserve fund of 87,000,000.
This so tightened the money mar
ket as not only to prevent Mr.
Wanamaker from borrowing in New
Yoik, but brought about the scarcity
of ready money which nearly turned
a Hurry in slocks into a genuino
panic, and which did cause the fail
ure in New York of scvcial suppos
edly strong firms and the closing of
at least one bank.
The motive of the lottery com
pany vv.is revenjje for tho anti-lot-teiy
THUUIULK NAVAL DISASTER.
The Biitish torpedo cruiser Ser
pent, 1770 tons, foundered off the
coast of Spain on Monday night,
Nov. 10. She went on the rocks in
a storm, and no assistance could be
sent from the shore.
When the vessel struck, her keel
was loin off and a gicat hole was
stove in her bottom. She slipped ofl
the rocks into deep water and imme
diately foundered, tons of water
rushing through the hole in the hull.
The majority of the officers and
crew were below when the vessel
struck, and she sank so quickly that
none of them had time to reach the
It is stated that the Serpent had
become paitiaily disabled iu a hurri
cane and that it was necessary for
her to repair before proceeding on
her voyage. Her commanding offi
cer therefoie decided to put into
Coruuna or Vigo, and while attempt
ing to make the port the vessel was
TliuoHUl.il vtatriiifiit show-, the
loss of life lo lie 173. Only three
survivors are icpoited.
The Set pent was built after the
ideas of Admiial Cooperkey, who
ins'isted upon immense horse-power,
whicli.according to previous notions,
was out of all proportion to her dis
placement. She cou.ld maintain a
speed, of 17 knots an'hour.
IN or near town, a Large
m Unfurnished Room r
dm nt nii.ii itniiiiiiwr .uifi. ......ii,
"K "' iHmuiir room. A'lureHH
718 lw Aitlst, Honolulu.
gffiw will reci'ivu fu IbIiI on
JSEScafc Tl'KMMY, Nov. dsth, for
Kahulul. HtMo, Keiuiae, liana, llaiium
WILDKIl'SS. H CO
Honolulu, N'uv '.'I, Irilill, 718 It
Ni; Miiiwii Hurn-I
V i Mam, hniiiil
Mimll in" mi nnuk,
I Sfc-- iiivMirduiJ ty lejiiinV
rBP.. IMIHIL.r U 111 IHI klllllllllV
llilj mtiiin Ml 11, IHJOTII,
711 II I'lUUm.
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lUHUI' wu .. m if. '
Saturday, Nov. 29th.
"All Aboard for Pearl City!"
TRAINS WILL LEAVE
THE HONOLULU STATION l"01t
PKAKL CITY, on Saturday, Nov.
UOth. at 8:45, IMfi, 10;45. 11 -4S
A. M. aud 12:45, 1:45 l. M.
nVl rrlt.n n,AW,.ltnl.. a ..l.n...... .
maku ii fluid Inspection of the Very De
sirable Property to be sold on that dav,
Busses will meet every train at Pearl
City Station for accommodation of pas
sengeis who desho to soe more of the
S&- Lunch will be seived at the Pavi
lion uy tho Pioprietor of the Hamilton
Houm1 at 1 o'clock r m.
THE SALE WILL COMMENCE
AT M O'CLOCK - 31 .
Ma? On the day of sale speelal tickets
for the louud trip will bo Issued with
luueh coupons attached for the sum
tiaV Those who pi efer to eanv their
luiicli or make other arninffempnts can
buy tickets for the louud trip at the
regular rxcurnlou rates (60 cunt).
6T The price of the tickets will be
refunded to each purchaser of land, al
the time ol settlement.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
General Managei O. R. & I Cot
Base Ball Guilds !
THURSDAY, Nov. 20th, at 3:15 r.M.
A 8ERIES OF MATCH GAMES OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
(Oigaulzed In Pan Francisco by Mr.
lTank L. Hooks and Is composed of the
very best of Base Ball Plajeis cpeelal
ly selected for the Hawaiian Tom)
and tiik cr.uns ok the
Mil Base BiillLn
THE OPENING GAME !
THE CALIFORNIA CLUB
FRIDAY AFTERNOON HAWAIIAN
INDEPENDENCE DAY Nov. M th :
CALIFORHIAS YS. HAWAIIS-
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Nov 29th :
CALIFORHIAS vs. H0J.0LULUS.
PRICES of ADMISSION:
Si-a-on Tiekuts (including ioerv-
cd Aeat; '93 50
Single Adml,s!uu 60
Resin oil Chahs In Grand Stand
Child) en , ,,,. 5
r N.B. N'u ehurge for c.uiliigp
i"). , -
BSjr.Seasou Tlekets can Ije prnpured
at ihu Havvalliiu News Co.'s; HollUter
& Co.'; Xolto'H Coffee Saloon; O. ,.
AIcC u thy's Cigar Store; Wlllhuns' I'lm
tograph Uallery, and of the niembeiH of
the Hawaiian 1!( Ball League.
. 718 lw
X Experh nemt Pi.ieileal Knglneur
f' and Kleeirieliui, holding both mi
English lioiuil of Trade Klrnl Olu-s and
lapanche (loveiiiineut Flint Oi.ule Cer
lllleutiM o( t'ompetuiiey; iiMn. eiel
leut tehtimmiliilH a-, to elnraejei and
abllln, nfferR liUM'ivlivxfm liumjvllunj
employment in- eugltieei on vviiikfTJir ii"
a M'a-.'olng eiigmeei' AdilrcHS "II.."
this milt e. 715 I w
A .SITUATION as clerk, iiipyUt, or
In (hi gitimiiil wink In an ulllue or
dlorii, either In town or In thucnunliy,
Is wauled by an nlun.ileil llawiilliui.
HiiiiiI ii'ferenriN given If iiiiuilicd, Ad
ilri'it"lv,M ihU ulllrit, 71 1 !H
NOTK'i; t lii'inhy gheu ihul mi
pitHiiuiililii In nihil"! ii exltllnu
iiii' w. Hru iitpi T. ', huw
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nf Tim Hit
1U IUI1 ttiUHl Mil i
Hill fy'lp lJi ." Il ,1J 4uMV(iJ
uiiiipi uiiiiiKjiHii yoijj fe'iiMniiiT,
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NOW IB THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their HijihIb, and upon easy teitns. The additional fS ,
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond. ,
. , .TI! fo,llowinB are fuw of the many attractive tonus offered V this
origmul and progressive Company: ' '
SSJlNI BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " .
,Pr,R9 fEE T0NTNES WITH LUpRATIVE OPTIONS. i
PARTNERSHIP' AND JOINTLIFE POLICIES. '
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
Tho Compauy Is equitable, its -payments prompt and curtalu, and u
popularity unbounded. Vm v.
From the New York dun, Airil Ui, 1890.)
Tim L.tir:oHl BiimIihwh Evor Trausaotcd by a Lilo Ahkui--
The now business of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society- of Now
York for the first quarter of tUc present yenr is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollmis. This is at tho rato of two hxmdrcd millions of assur
ance for tho year, and ib unprecedented In the annals of life assurance.
e-Iufonnalibn cheei fully furnished to any who will write' to or call
upon the undersigned at hiii olllce, - .
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT, ..
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitabfe Life Assurance Socletv
of the U. S. " Jan-l-Ot
boamt to omm
ICiiif? p-i-5i ISu.i- Fort,
(Next tu 11. II. MclutyieV)
H&Ying Removed Temporarily Will Open on MONDAY,. Hoy. 24th,
WITH A CHOICE LINE OK
Dry & Fancy Goods, G-othing, Hals, Caps, Etc
XEW GOODS iiibt leeched
Godfrey" and "S. S. Amandin."
For Thenksg;ivisig, Ohristma
V IV I IV KJ'W' Y KA 1
1 50 FAT wkx-fki 1 5 0
B&- EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
7015 If No. 2 Fort Street.
1 elophom'h, No. 119.
has. ffiisfac, King Street;
TREJ iVIO Vk.H, !
Having leneed the fetoien in the brick building known an th' "
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite the old Htnnil.iuid haing-dinposeii j
of that poition of my stock diini igcd bj the lute tire, und being
in receipt of New Goods per hist acanior, and mine on the" way, 1
am piepared to till all mdeis nt, Imfoie. Thanking the jiubljc" foi
the liberal patronage bestowed on me foi the jmst biien yearn, I
hope by prompt uttentiou to all i rderi. to merit a eontinuiince of the
fcimio. At the new stand shall In pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new one, m may liml it to their ad"yanUie.o to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfullv executed. - '
New Goods !
PENNSYLVANIA" &. NEW EAH'i LAWN MOWERS,
HAVILAN1) CHINA, MLVKR. PLATEDWAIJE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. AUo,
& M i Famous Giand Aclne & Golden Anvil
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iin o(lnr Sho In xIhIihmo,
gjtT Nu llnuk Wink AimiK i fjmf" ,lul a riimn (Jut Hluvu I
Whoso BukinQuulltionro Unsurpassed
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in nil den.irtinents ni-hurt "V B.
P.O. Box 372.
New Goods 1
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