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Society of the United States.
Now Assurnnco Writtou in 1890 $ 203,826,107 00
Incomo 35,036,683 24
Surplus (from which dividend will he made) 23,740.447 34
An Investment Worth Knowing About I
Before assuring your life, or investing your money, examine the Twenty
Year Tontine Policies of The K(uilalile Life Assurance Society of the U. S.
Policies maturing in 181)1 realize cash luturns to the owners, of amounts
varying from l'JO to I7li per cent, of the money paid in, besides the advan
tage of the Assurance during the whole period of twenty years.
The following is one of many actual eases tnatuiitig this year:
Endowment Policy No. G 1,925.
Issued in 1871, at nue 27. Amount, 5,000.
Premium, S239.90. Total Prems. Paid, 84,798.
at End of Tontine Period in 1891 :
Cash Surrender Value, $8,449.45
(Equal to 8170.10 for each 8100 paid in premiums, which is equivalent to
i return of all premiums paid, with interest at 7 per cent, per annum.)
Or, in lieu of cash,
, A .Paid-up Lifo Policy for $19,470
(Equal to $105.80 for each S100 paid in premiums.)
A Life Annuity of $633.55.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of the U. S. 1'91
CORlNElt FORT &
Telephones, No. 119.-
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh California Roll Butter & Island Butter
New Goods received by eveiy
SJF All oidurb faithiully attended
ordcis boliciled and tucked with care.
Telephones, No. 175.-
OFFER FOR SALE
California Wheat, Oat Hay, in large and compressed bales; Barley, Rolled
& Giound Barley, California & New Zealand OutB, Middlings, Bran, Corn,
Cracked Com, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Ah,o,
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour !
: IP Jfi li, a" I J- I X 1G XI :
Wo keep constantly in block the celebrated Feitilizois manufactured by Mr.
A. Haas of San Francisco, viz.: Bono Meal, Wool Dust and High Grade
Super Phosphates, all of which can be had at bedrock prices.
t&T Island orders solicited and
LEWIS & CO., Ill Fort Street,
HONOLULU, H. L,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steamer of the O. S. S. Co. from California fresh Oalafomia Roll
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete lino of Crosse it Blackwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned
& Bottled Goods always on hand. Also, just leeoived a fresh lino of German
Pates und Potted Meats and Bottled Prcberved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cm ed Hams and Bacon, Now Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Oranges, Oregon Burhauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Eic. Satisfac'ion guaianteed.
P. O. Box 1-J5.-
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods received by overy packet from Eastern States and Europe,
Fresh California Produce by overy steamor. All oiders faithfully attended
to and Goods delivered to any part of the city free" of charge. Island orders
uolioitod. Satisfaction guaranteed, Mi
wtfclTA W iM
bie Life Assurance
-P. O. Box 372.
steamers from San Francisco.
to and satisfaction guaranteed. Island
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Bts
-P. O. Box 297.
-Telephone No. 92.
Him I II
San Fhakcisco. Jan. 11, 1892.
Governor Campbell of Ohio docs
not think that Cleveland will get the
necessary two thirds majority for the
Demociatic presidential nomination
and if he is not nominated on the
first ballot he will he defeated. In
the event of which he is of the opin
ion that a Western man, possibly
Palmer of Illinois, would be chosen.
Paul Deschand, Deputy of the
Depailment of Euro ct-Loire, Paiis,
has arrived in New Yoik. He was
appointed by the French Govern
ment to investigate social questions
and condition of workinguicn in this
country and will meet Powderly and
other labor leaders, and visit Balti
more, Philadelphia, Boston, New
Orleans, Chicago and San Francisco.
Leading Republicans of Rockford,
111., state that Minister Robert T.
Lincoln will be the next candidate of
that party for Governor ol Illinois.
There is a very strong feeling
among the English people in Mon
treal over Governor Angers' dis
missal of the Mercier Government.
Preparations were made to give them
a big reception and brass bands were
engaged, but tlio reception was a
failure, for the Ministers were hissed
as they passed through the streets
and had great difllculty in obtaining
a healing. Mercier denies the
charges that his Ministry embezzled
millions of dollars from the treasury,
and it looks now as if ho was going
to obtain another triumph at the
The Blaine Legion of the Pacific
held a reception at the Commercial
Hotel last Saturday evening. Over
200 guests were in attendance. The
principal event of the evening was
the reading of the following telegram
from A. L. Conger, chairman of the
National Republican Committee:
"Regret that I cannot be with you
to night. With Blaine as our stand
ard bearer in the next campaign, on
a platform of reciprocity, protection,
honest ballot, wc shall sweep the
country from Maine to the Pacific
Coast, and the country will receive
its greatest and most brilliant admin
istration since the foundation of the
governrnppt; and with the Pacific
Coast represented in the Cabinet
councils of the nation we shall have
an era of progress for all the people
of our country.
Advices from London state that
the Gladslonians are indignant at the
tenor of the address in which Loid
Hartington, hitherto leader of the
Unionist forces in the House of Com
mons, bade farewell to his constitu
ents of Roscndalc on the occasion of
his succession to thp Pukedom of
Devonshire and the consequent as
sumption of a scat in the House of
Lords. The unwritten law in such
cases is that the new Peer shall not
interfere in any way in the contest
between the rival candidates for the
seat in the House of Commons which
he vacates. Thc,Liberals claim that
Lord Hartington violated this rule by
making his address an election ap
peal in behalf of Brooks, the Union
ist nominpe for the vacant seat.
15oti branuhe? of the New York
Legislature assembled at 11 o'clock
Tuesday morning. The Senate elect
ed the oflicers chosen by the Demo
cratic caucus. Edwards, Indepen
dent, voted with the Democrats. No
effort at obstiuction was made by
the Republicans. Walker, Demo
cratic, for the Twenty-seventh Sena
torial District, was seated, Governor
Flower was then notified, who at
once sent in a message congratulating
the people of the State upon the fact
that for the first time in eighty years
one of their Governors was able to
address his suggestions to a Legisla
ture in political accord with the
Executive, etc. The Governor
advises passage of a constitutional
amendment transfer! ing to the courts
jurisdiction iu all contested election
It is rumored on good authority
that John P. Irish will resurrect the
Dally Alta in this city, in the inter
ests of David B. Hill for President.
Irish is said to have made a deal
while on a recent visit East.
A Washington special to the New
York Herald says: "President Harri
son will to-day furnish the first prac
tical evidence that he Is a candidate
for re-election. This action will be
found in the olllcq of the Internal
Revenue Collector at Philadelphia.
The men who are marked for decapi
tation arc anti-Harrison men, and
their places will be filled by other
Republicans who arc favorablcto the
President s second-term aspirations."
John Sherman is to succeed him
self iu the United Stales Senate.
Epraker js defeated, but even in de
feat his leadership excites the admir
ation of his opponents. With the
expiration of the Senatorial term to
which Sherman is to be elected, he
will have completed forty-four years
of continuous public service. It will
be a record without parallel in the
history of American statesmanship.
A canvass of the New York Legis
lature on the choice for Presidential
nominee resulted as follows: David
B. Hill, o3; Jus. G. Blaine, 50;
non-committal (Dcm.), 2(1; non
committal (Rep.), 17; Benjamin
Harrison, (J; Giovcr Cleveland, 4;
Chaunccy M. Dupew, I ; 11. P.
Flower, 1 j Absent, 2.
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO
As a preventive and euro for
cioup, Chamborlain's Cough Remedy
has no rival. It is, in fact, the only
remedy that can always be depended
upon and that is pleasant und safe to
take. There Is not the least danger
iu giving it to children, as it contains
no injurious substance. For sale at
SO cents per bottle by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., ugenta.
,.'"- "VJ SSK.
tmumtt MI,IMI K.M
Nd rose without a thorn. llul
some people don't mind the thorn, if
they can sec and gel a sniff of the
roses. On the 4th inst., Wilson got
his big wagon with six horses ready
and took as many as it would hold
of young people' for a trip up the
Volcano road by moonlight, and a
good feed at the end of route, getting
home in the small hours. And next
day some were saying, "Oh, how my
back nehes." Others had sides ach
ing and were generally feeling as
though they did not want to enjoy
the same thing over again very soon.
Sonic never learn by sad expeiienue.
Next night the young llawaiiuns had
the same kind of tide with the same
On the loth inst. there was the
usual church sociable. It was held
al the beautiful residence of Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Loebenslcln. The house
had been beautifully decorated with
Mowers and evergreens, so beauti
fully that everyone spoke of it, and
it was remaikcd by many that they
had never seen in ililo a house more
beautifully decorated. On entering
the house the first thing that at
tracted one's attention was the beds
of roses at two corners of the parlor,
and then looking up a center piece of
roses over the beautiful hanging
lamp, und also on the center table a
bed of roses. On the sides of the
parlor was greenery arranged into
beautiful shapes. The hall and din
ing room showed some Japanese
handiwork of birds made from greens
aud (lowers. In the grounds there
was a tent where those wishing their
fortune told could go and have a
good laugh. There was some goad
singing and playing, also refresh
ments. I am told it took two whole
days to decorate the rooms. Mrs.
Loebenstein and Mrs. Stevens de
serve special praise for giving our
eyes such pleasure. Their work was,
I can assure them, fully apprccialcd.
At last wc have a musical and lit
erary entertainment again, and it
seemed in part to make up for the
months when there were none. I be
lieve the committee were Mr. and
Mrs. Severance, at whose house these
entertainments are given. Wc shall
ever remember the beautiful music
The program was as follows: Piano
duet, Miss Wcndt and Miss Mitchell ;
Reading, Miss J. Deyo; Vocal solo,
Mr. A. T. Akinson; Reading, Mr.
L. Severance ; Piano duet, Mis. Good
ale and Miss Curtis ; Reading, Mrs.
W. S. Terry'; Piano and violin duet,
Miss Wcndt and Miss Mitchell ; Rec
itation, Mrs. W. E. Scott; Piano so
lo, Miss Wendt; Violin and piano
duct, the Misses Mitchell.
Miss Wendt and the Misses Mitch
ell deserve special mention, for their
selections were of the highest order
and performed in a masteily manner
to the great delight of lovers of good
We shall long remember the pleas
ure they gave us. Miss Wendt's
piano playing was truly artistic and
Miss Mitchell's performance on her
favorite instrument, the violin, was a
truly grand treat. For one so young
as she to play so beautifully was truly
wonderful. She played like an artist
which she is in every sense of the
word. If she continues to improve
she will be a second Camille Urso,
and rank No. 1 among violin players..
When she leaves Ililo she will carry
with her our musical aloha nui and
great thanks for the pleasure she
gave us. So we also say the same to
Miss Wendt. Musical uilent is ap
preciated here there is no doubt.
The new Protestant Portuguese
Church was dedicated on Sunday
morning, 17th instant. Rev. Dr.
Hyde, Rev. O. P. Emerson, Rev. A.
V. Soares of Honolulu and the pas
tor, Rev. It. K. Baptiste, were pre-
sent and took part in the exercises,
which were as follows : Statement by
Dr. Wetmore of the beginning, pro
gress and present status of the work ;
act of dedication formula ,by Rev.
Mr. Soares, repeated by the congre
gation ; dedication prayer by Dr.
Hyde; recognition of the church;
statement by Judge F. S. Lyman of
proceedings of the council ; response
by Rev. B. K. Baptiste ; address by
Rev. S. L. Desha, interpreted into
English by Dr. Hyde and into Por
tuguese by Mr. Soaro3 ; pharge to
the congregation by Mr. Emerson,
interpreted by Mr. Baptiste ; accept
ance of the creed and covenant by
the congregation ; baptism of adults
and children, who were formed in
the shape of a cross; Lord's supper.
There wore at least 200 persons as
sembled on this interesting occasion.
There were 81 persons admitted to
membership aud 104 baptized. The
cost of this beautiful building was
S!3100 and the edifice is admircdj by
all. Those who had the acceptance
of the building were entirely satis
lied and believe the church well made
and speak in highest terms of the
builder, Mr. Anderson, who will soon
leave us. Hu certainly has been a
benefactor to those who have had
his services, and he will carry fiom
Ililo our aloha. He knows how to
do good work at a low figure, which
everyone does not seem to know.
Ililo Boaiding schoo! has now 50
scholars. Wo hope to see the num
ber 100 in another year. The elec
tric lamps are now in use. Hope
next session of Legislature will deal
kindly with this dear old institution
of learning. It was slighted last
session, a great mistake.
W. C. T. U. .meeting at Ilaili
church )7th inst. Addresses by Rev.
Dr. Hyde, Ifev. O. P. Emerson, Rev.
A. V. Soares, Vo.cal solos by Mr,
A. T. Atkinson and Dr. Wiggins.
Singing by the children.
Hon. J, Nawfthl addressed a good
sized audience at Court House on
evening of the 10th inst. He seemed
at home here has been absent some
time. Hud much to say about the
observance of the Sabbath.
Bark Harvester is loading for Sun
Francibco aud will soon leave.
Weather m been dcllalitfiil for
some lime, hut we want to see rain
soon. Many have dry coughs; dust
gets into the throat, and rainy
woalhci will cure all ills of this
PROP. DB. BUd B. JABS&R 8
I herewith appoint Mit. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Bewaru of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the 10th of September, '90.
A FULL ASSORTmf JUST ARRIVED.
THOS. :R. : LUCAS,
For Representative !
THE LONE INDEPENDENT
CANDIDATE FOR MEMBER OF
ROAD BOA HI).
Lone Mmniloit Gaiifli
FOR MEMBER OF THE
JOHN F. COLEURN.
- FOR ROAD BOARD:
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Prico, 25 Cfut8.
W A KliRt-elass SShoo IViIMiit In on
WM. MILLER, CABINET MAKER
Having lemovcil his lnihinoss to ihu
AltM.;TO. Itl.OOK, IIOt'KI. NT..
iiotllloi; his patioiiH ail thu pub
He Rt'iiurally Umi tailing
li Btucl; ami for snip
Musical lubtiumeiitG, Cimos, Canes,
Etc , iniulu fiom ikiUvu woods, Cabinet
Milking and Inlaid Wml; of IJvory Uu
8t'ilition oxt'ciih'il hi lli'bt-ulusB btylu.
Try my Furniture Polish, thu Best in the World,
l'aitlciilat iilk'iilion paid lo Jiqnililii"
and mitlbfactloii gmirnntml. UJi-lm
Sajiita.ry U ndcrcloilii ng
HJ. van HOLT
"'I-"1"?-' "I""11'"1' ,""'"'" " i ieiO f
Importer mid Disilcr in
Steel antl Iron Ranses. Stovos and Fixtures,
Housekeeping Goods &. Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY,
WHITE, GRAY AND SILVEIt-PLATKD
LAIViPS - AftfO - FIXTURES;
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pomps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
IMmi.ini ISIooSt." iNrift..
: p. o. lVox ' Jso. : H
Went Cor. rs'muiuii J4s ICinfs S"Li-e.'tw.
tW All kinds of NEW and SECOND-HAND FUUN1TU11E sold clicsm
for cash at the I X L.
"TlmI X L pays the HIGHEST CASH PRICE for all kinds ot
SuooiHl-haiiil Furnituio, Sloven, Sowing Machines, Etc., Etc. ,'
SJST IF YOU WANT TO SELL out your Housi'liolil Furniture in its
entirety, call at the 1 X L Auction & Uommi.ssiou House, corner Nuuanu
and King (streets.
Prompt Returns Msido on Goods Sold on Commission
S. W. LEDERER,
iffi- S1or Oimmi Saturday
AND EXAMINE THEIR NEW STOCK
Ribbons, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Dress Goods, Silks,
Fans, Etc., Eic.
NEW CHOICE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY I
We are sliowiug a choice lino of Ladies' iV; Gentlemen's
Macintosh Rain Coats J
(Just the thing for a Christinas present. ,
Silk TJnibrolltiH iu Ladies' & Gentlemen's. '
35- FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES, -a
Call at B. F. Ehlers & Co.'s, 99 Fort St.
FOR A FINE SELECTION
Such as TOILET OASES, MANICURE SETS, COLLAR & CUFF BOXES,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, ALBUMS,
Ele., Etc., befoie the ahsortinent is broken.
ANl A NKtV IJli'OHTATION OF
DRY & FANCY GOODS.
flgy Will keep open evenings from Saturday. Dec. 12th, to Clnistmas. -X55u
Hawaiian Stamps Wanted !
F WILL p.iy cash, for either large or
' small (jiimititics of used Hawaiian
Postage Stamps, as follows:
(These offers aie per hundred and any
quantities will he accepted, no mutter
how small, at Uicmiiic rates.)
1 cent, violet $ 00
1 cent. Ill no GO
1 cent, gieen 40
2 cent, vermilion 1 HO
2 cent, brown no
Vcent, ioc 20
r, cent, daik blue 1 CO
5 ecut, iiliiaiiiariue bine (.0
(lffiit,giei!ii 2 f.0
HI cent, bind; ! 00
10 cent, vci Million ft 00
10 cent, brown 2 50
12 cent, black 0 00
12 ceiit.imiuvc ; 00
ir ci'iit, bio.vn fi 00
18 cent, red , 10 00
2.') cent, pill pie 10 01)
i")0 cent, led l.'i 00
31i carmine 2.'i 00
1 cent envelope 10
2 cent envelope 75
I cent envelope , 1 50
5 cent envelope .- 1 50
10 cent envelop' ;t 00
2 cent, vio'et, 1801 1smo 50
jfegr No torn stamps wanted at any
GEO. E WASHBURN,
02.i Octavia St.. San Kraucifcco, Cal.
300 1 in
Dry Goods Store
Nuuanu Street, above Pacific Hotel,
Has Received por S. S. ' China"
- A LOT OF
A great variety and extremely
I.-ROM AND -VFTKR THIS DATE
I1 Mr. (J .1. MiM'aillii will i-olh'ci nl
my bills. II, O. MU1REW, M ),
Honolulu, Dtu ai. 181)1, UOS-lni
ii,n mm i.i 1.1 nil
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fj Jfc -? liimr
I ! .
: MUTUAL TEL. i)0.
Kvciiiiigrtt lijl 9 o'olock -i
F.llUSTACi:. J. 1'.. MOltO AN.
W. II. HOOUh.
HUSTACE & CO.,
All orders for cartage promptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good lu transit (o tho other Islands.
ALSO BLACK & WHITE SAND
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
wjr Oi'i'iou: Next door to .7 as. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual 10 'a Telephones VST Boll 414
Wtiriiiiig ami ltowsirri. t
ALL persons. arc hereby notified W
any portion found spooling Jtolca
or oilier birds without a permit on thp
lauds known as ICukuliiaeo (belter
known an Mrs. 0. P. Ward's), near
Kakaako, will be prosecuted for tcs
Ten dollars ($10) reward is ofurc(
to anyone who will givo information
(1ml will lo id to the conviction of apy
person violating tlio foregoing prohi
bition. CIIAS. IJ. WLSON,
Lcbsco of Shooting Right.
.1U.X1.II. X I
Klui; Mtrt'ul, Honolulu,
Excellent accommodation for patleuti.
JHt.iY.lt. HO WAT, V.S.
Olllco Hours 7:30 to 10 n. in.; 12;D0
to 2 p. m.; 4:!10 to 6 p. m.
Tki.ki-Jonics; Hell OH. Mutual 183.
I', O. Rox 82fi. ' Uljjtf
IF you want a First-class Job of Paint:
lag of ipiy deseilptlon done, call on
thu Practical Painter, J. L. MuyK only;
Foitstii'i't i:m. P. O. Uox '.m. Mutual
Telephone Mi. 1511 1
Joe Dillon thu Bnrliur
!S now doing business on )tls owij ae?
count at 87 Klmr fclri'ei, wlieru lie
will hu ple.ibud to M'rvu all Ida oli
fi lends and as many new ones as may
call. dee 10-91