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Society of the
Now Assurauco Written in 1890
Surplus (from which dividend will be
An Investment Worth
Before nssming jour life, or investing your money, examine the Twenty
Year Tontine Policies of The Kquituble Life Assurance Society of the U. S.
Policies maturing in l.S'Jl realize cash returns to the ownera, ol amounts
varying from liiO to 170 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 cases maturing this year:
Endowment Policy No. G-1,925.
Issued in 1871, at aue 27. Amount, 5,000.
Premium, 8239.90. Total Prcms. Paid, 84,798.
at End of Tontine Period in 1891 :
Cash Surrender Value. $8,449.45
(Equal to S17G.10 for each 8100 paid in pieunums, which is
i return of all piciuiuuis paid, with interest at 7 per cent.
Ur, in lieu 01 casn,
A Paid-up Life Policy for $19,470
(Equal to 8 105. SO for each 8100 paid in premiums.)
A Life Annuity of $633.55.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Goncral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of the U. S. !-91
COKNEli FOKT &
; P. O. BOX 180. :
Went Cor. .Nimuim
gjST All kinds of NEW anil SECOND-HAND FURNITURE sold cheap
for e.ish at the 1 X L.
$JS The I X L pays the II 1011 EST CASH PRICE for all kinds ol
Secoud-hand Furniture, Stovub, Sewni,' Machines, Etc., Etc.
" IF YOU WANT TO SELL out your Hoiibuhold Fuinitine in its
entiiuty, call at, the I X L Auetion it OonimibMon Hoube, coiner Nuuanu
anil King btieots.
Prompt Kciurns Mado on Goods Sold on Commission
S. W. LEDERER, : : PROPRIETOR.
tt Store Open Saturday iwoiiiiiRH till 9 o'clock -&$
Telophonos, No. 175.-
Cidifornia Wheut, Out Huy, in large and competed bacb; Hurley, Rolled
Jc Ground U.u ley, California & New Zealand Oats, Middlings, Umu, Coin,
Ciaeked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. AUo,
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour I
: Jf 12 X rX' I J- I X JO X s
We keep constantly in block the ceklirated Fertilisers manufactured by Mr.
A. Haas of Han PraiiLir.co, viz.: Rune Meal, Wool Dust and High Orudo
Super Phosphates, all of winch can be had at bedrock piiceB.
g0f Island ordern solicited and
LEWIS & CO., Ill Fort Street,
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steamer of the O
Jlutter, frozen uysiujs ami i'resn winwmm jmuub, i-dm, , b.,.o,
etc., etc. A complete lino oi Crosbo & Ulackwell's & J. T, Morton's Canned
& Bottled Goods always on liaud. Also, just received a fiCbli lino of German
i..t.... ,m.l l'nitid Meats and Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon, Now Breakfast Oeiealb, Ureani Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Oranges, Oregon Buihauk Potatoes, Ete., Etc.. Eic. Satisfaction guaranteed.
P. O. Box 115.-
H. E. WlclftSTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods i ecei veil by every packet from Eastern States and Europe,
Fresh California Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended
to and Goods deliveied to any part of the city freo of chaigo. Island orders
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. 191
$ 203,826 107 00
made) 23,740.447 34
Knowing About I
: MUTUAL TEL. 90. :
.Ss King JstrotH.
-Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
FEED CO., L'd,
-V. O. Box 297.
-Tolophono No. 02.
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For Representative !
B. F. DILLINGHAM
NOMINEE OF THE
SSoiis of tl.swva.ii.
THOS. : R. : LUCA
U' J I JJ
' 'IOC 1-
THE LORE INDEPENDENT
CANDIDATE FOR MEMBER OF
NATIONAL REFORM PARTY.
For Road Board:
JOIIN F. BOWLEG,
S. C. DWEGIIT,
FOR ROAD BOARD:
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR MEMBER OF THE
JOHN F. COLBURN.
A Good Investment!
PIECE of Laud with Four Cot
tain' on Vlmiyaid street, leiited
S'JS per month. For pailiciihus
J. SI. VIVAS.
Young Oocoanut Trees
B Apply "t tlio
U20 lm Kiiiff fetioc:.
When you want a Portrait
Enlargod c.ill on RinUros.,
jot thoir price list and hmi
tjUMiult-u. 'lhoy can't bo boat.
DILL.HfcHAM HOLDS ON.
An At trin lit or AHliturtl to Cnpturo n
.11 IHft llCCtllllf.
It was generally reported for
several days that U. W. Ashfoid,
eandidatc of the Liberal party, had
a scheme prepared for capturing the
mass meeting on Satin day night,
called by 11. F. Dillingham, candidate
of the Sons of Hawaii. This repoit
added lo the general expectation
that Ashford would let his tongue
loose on Dillingham, to get even
with him for his speech at the l'oitu
guese club, made people go early to
the gymnasium and caused a regular
jam tlieie at 7 o'clock.
C. J. McCarthy aiose and said he
appeared bcfoie them as the sect etary
of the Honolulu Athletic Association.
The hall had been engnged by the
Native Sons of Hawaii, and ho was
authorized by lion. J. A. Cummins
to say that after the Sons of Hawaii
had heard their candidates, the gen
tlemen of the Liberal paity would
have the platform.
Mr. Ashfoid said he was there by
challenge of Mr. Dillingham and he
claimed the tight to speak after him.
A scene of confusion ensued, Mr.
McCarthy objecting to Mr. Ashfoid's
Mr. Ashfoid left the hall, followed
by a largo number.
Mr. Kaulia made a few rematks,
saying the Sons of Hawaii had gained
a victory against an unwarranted at
tempt to disturb a public assembly,
and Mr. Ashfoid's conduct showed
he was one who wished to disturb
the peace of the country.
Mr. Dillingham ic.ul a long ad
dress, interpreted into Hawaiian and
Portuguese, respectively, by Hon.
A. Rosa and J. M. Vivas. Ho was
not there to ask them to vote for htm
in preference to the native candidate,
but he claimed their votes if it was
a choice between him and Mr. Ash
ford. He had come here 27 years
ago and had helped to build up the
country. It was thtotigh his work
they had the railway and ho had in
fluenced wealthy men to put their
money into the railway and lands,
instead of sending it abioad. Mr.
Ashford had been here ten years,
made his money principally by work
ing for the Chinese, and said he
wanted no more Chinese in the coun
try. The speaker quoted from Mr.
Ashford'? speech on June 80, 18S7,
where he said he had joined the
Rifles three years previously in an
ticipation of that trouble. Now he
told them the Constitution he had
worked for tlnee years and helped to
carry at the point of the bayonet
was a bad one. Mr. Dillingham said
lie had not heard of the reolution
of 18S7 before he left for England,
and lm blamed that revolution for
defeating his scheme to get money in
London for his lailway, also for de
feating Hon. S. G. Wilder's railway
scheme and causing his death. The
speaker repeated his statements of
former occasions, as to the amount
of monej' the railway distributed.
He charged Mr. Ashford with being
only a dealer in constitutions and the
enemy of the country's industries,
also charged him with having drawn
his salary when Attorney-General.
Mr. Bush was charged with having
induced the King to sign a veto of
the railway bill last session, which,
however, was not sent to the Legis
latuie, although he had got elected
at Kool.ui by promising to favor niil
way extension. Mr. Dillingham
closed at 9:27, when the meeting
THE LIBKRAh ?1 1.1,1 IKG.
Mr. Ashfoid and the Liberals had
a meeting at the corner of Beretania
and Punchbowl streets. Mr. Ashford
was the first speaker. He denounced
the attempt against free speech in the
gymnasium, laying the blame ot it
on Dillingham and Thurston, calling
them two pious frauds who were in
league with boodlers and opium
smugglers. Dillingham had called
him a carpet-bagger because he did
not steal land and a railroad the same
as he did. He had not denied that
lie had tried to bribe him, and the
speaker lelated the circumstances.
Mr. Ashford repeated his chaiges
made in his Royal School speech,
about Thurston taking $500 worth of
stock and giving Dillingham's tailway
half J,ho harbor. Dillingham charged
$3.50 a ton to carry poi from Pearl
City to Honolulu. His railroad owned
most of the cattle ranches on Hawaii
and had raised the price of beef from
2Ac. to 5c. a pound. His opponent
ran a dairy for his health, and he
would be sorry for his not having got
a dividend for twelve years, were it
not that his milk tasted so stiong of
water. This pipps inan wanted to go
to the Legislature to'gej, boodle and
to rob tho Government of nioro land
for his greedy railroad. Whatoouldn't
a man get for 8100,000 when ho
bought so much from Thurston for
500? If he had not defeated the
treaty in 1889, marines fiom the
Pensacola would have been landed
that night to disperse their meeting,
Mr. 11. W. Wilcox in an address
ave away the Cabinet slate of tho
Liberal party, namely : Bush, Wil
cox, Ashfoid and Martpics.
THERE 13 NONE BETTER.
Dr. H. L. Ht. John of lfowland,
Putnam county, Missouij, takes es
pecial pleasuic in rccommimdiug
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, be.
cause he knows it to bo reliable. He
has used it in his practice for several
years, and says there is none better.
It is especially valuable for colds and
as a preentivo and euro for cioup,
Tide inot excpllent medicine is for
sale by all dealers, llcnsoii, Smith
& Co., agents.
BlosHrs, Kintf Bros, arc
njiowhitf a lino lino ol' Biini
hoi and otj.wr Htylo Parlor
liiiHlH, "Wall lirackots and
Window Cornices at prjct'H
lo meet tho tiincH.
MRS. FLORENCE WILLIAMS
Course of Lectures
JANUARY 20, 1892,
; JIu. O. R. BISHOP'S at 10 o'clock
li. Gro. Hsillil.
,1. Geo. I'-.IIoCh Works.
fi, fc "
All Lidies are invited to Attend.
Subscription $3; Single Admlsuoa $1.
Mns. W. P
Formerly tho Grand Hotel.
Coinei Second it Slaiket htieuts, San
This Kino Hotel, nti.illy loeited foi
business juipot'-, li.ivinjj been thor
oughly H'lioviiled and newly fin niched
tbioiif;hout, iff'i special conu'iiiciices
to intending vibitors fi oin the Hawaiian
-5P- coinidetp.sytein of elcctiie bolls.
Diicet Loinnitinicatiun with llultiiian
$1 per D:
y Upwa ds.
From Havana Direct.
C. 0. BERBER.
Corner Bethel & King Streets.
Will furnish estimate for all Kinds of
Pi aiiie !illdinp. Maniifai'tineis and
dealcib In Pninitiiie. The l.ilot i,i(
leiim liiiimited fiom the Coast Villi
woik done and all UinU of .Mouldlnn
made at the shoitet noiiee,
ST Puinlttiiu hloio at No, (lONiiii
anu stieet, onno. All lleo's. 3ua llin
l,L.KUTIOX of OFFKJKh'H.
T the nnnmil meeting of Hit! Ha
this day, the lollouliij,' oeisons ie
(jluclt'il ollleeia foi the eiiiient )i ar:
Hon. U, Jf. Bifinp I'lesldent,
Sain'l ( Oleii .Vioe-l'ljisidfiit,
fleo II itobuitMin. .....Tie.iMiKir,
.1. O, Cuter,,. bci'ietaiy,
Tom Jluy milter,
C, Allen, Clius. M. Cooke and V, O.
Seety. Haw. Ajj. o,
Honolulu, Jmi, 21, 1WI2. ii5 Km
npilK leular aiiiuiul ineetli'n; of tlio
A Hawaiian Piuit A, T.iio Co. will ho
bold at their ollleu in Wuiliiku, Maul, on
1'JUIMY, Feb. i, lbU2, al 10 o'tloek
A.m. U II. liANMKLS,
a J I Sbl buciHui y ll. p. , T- t'o.
Importer and Dealer in x
and Im Hips, Stoves ill Fixtures,
Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, GKAY AND SII.VEK-PLATED
LAilPS - AfD - FIXTURES.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,"
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes,
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
I tm. Mil Itlooli." Nn, tC5 &. t Kiuu H-.M
Telephones, No. 11!).'
fthsiQ UnQfipp I inrnln Rlnnlr
King Streot, bet. Foit & Alakea Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh. California Roll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HANI).
New Goods received by every steamers from San Francisco.
iJSF" All oiders fiiilhlully attended to iind s.ilisfaetiou guswunteed. Island
oideia solicited und Hacked with etiie.
AND EXAMINE THEIR NEW STOCK
Ribbons, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Dress Goods, Silks,
Fans, Etc., Eic
NEW CHOICE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY
We aie show in;; a cboiee lino of Ladies' & Gentlemen's
H&ciirstosh Rain Coats!
(Jiust the thing for a Clnlstmas present)
Silk Uin Tirol 1 a in Ladies' & Gentlemen's.
fiST FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES, -a
POlt A PINE SELECTION
Sucb lib TOILET CASES, MANICURE SETS, COLLAR & CUPP BONES,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, ALBUMS,
Etc , Etc., befoie the iibbortmunt is bioken.
AND A NKW IMI'OHTA'IION 01'
DRY & FANCY GOODS.
JdQy" Will keep open eveningb fioin Satin day. Dee. 12th to Clnlstmas. "a
Dry Goods Store
Kiiup.nu Streot, above Fa:ific Hotel,
Has Received per o, S. "China"
A LOT OP
A t;ipat v.uk'ty ami extiemely
KNOW all men by this uollee that,
fiom ami after Ibis date, I have
this day diKclmieil Mr, II, O Ulnkoii
from acting an an aeut foi me in liny
8i'iii wh'itfver, In the eliaiire and ad-
iiiluihti.illoii of all uiv juopeny, and in
tin. il,ll ll.it, 1.1,1 nf nil lllln ...ill limln wt. '
any and all my :M. tlo In fins Kiiiioiii.
Any one who holdn oi io In puteuon
of any iopt'ity oi wlio li.iw any Inihlncrs
oi pajincnii. to Hiuku, will tiansaet thu
Piiinu willi mo pci xoually at m plaeu at
Houiukaliu, at llouoliibi, Oahu. I
l,.i l,.u M,i ,1.1
Honolulu. Xriv. a. lbtil. ' V,V .tin
FOK KALE or LEASE
OKblUENOi: on Lunalllo
A&i!8!& htieet iiicHCiitly oeeupied
il&'if by Mr. J. A. Kennedy, eou
t.ilninu; double p.uloib, font IiihIiooiii.s,
dluln-ioom, bathiooiu, laie dliiint,'
looin, kltcliiMi and pantiy; Feivant's
loom, btabllng, ete., on lu.ir of main
blllMlug, (iinuiids, SOOxlOi feet, well
laid out. Vacant on Hth Aiinsl Lot
aJjoliilng itOOxlO.1; feet iiiaj be jmiebastd
on leahOiiable lei urn,
108 tf WlthTlit'o 11. n.ivlfhiteCo
fc n"HO.SE Yerv DeMiablo and
!&& Rituatu in Kiu' stieet, l his
lily, lately oeciipii-d ly tlio umleii-igiu'd
a a piivalo ii'nldeuuu, I'oiiijiiUiug a
liwellliig lloin-u of 1 loiiuis, diulu
looin and Kitchen; also M.ilih., c.uiljgo
hoiibu ami (iiiiIiuiimx. poi parkiiUiH
Imiuiie on the pieuiies.
ilia tf JOHN P. UOWLKK.
P. O. Box :tt2.
io.'s, 99 Fort St.,
P.HUSTACK. J. r. MOllO AN.
W. II. 1I00QS.
HUSTACE & CO.,
All oiders for eartapc pioinptly iitttjnteil
to. Paitieulai attention' ' '
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good in ti.inslt to tlic otier Islands,
ALSO BLACK & WHITE SAND
In quantities to puit at lowest piiees.
rar Ori'ioi:: Xext door to Jas. P.
Muigaii's auetioii loom.
Mutual 19 ''a Telephones Hay Bell 1
Warning' and Howard.
ALL poi&oiiK aie liuioby notified that
any poibon found wbooting Kojea
oi other binlh without a poiniiton tlio
IiiihIh known as Kukuluaeo (better
known as Mrs, C. I'. Wind's), near
Kakaako, will bo piosecuted for ties-
Ten do)lars ($1Q) reward ih olleipd
to anyone who Will give infoiin'utioi)
that will 1m ul to the eoinii'tion of iiuj1
pt'it-oii violatiue; the fouoing prohi
bilion. ('HAS. II. WILSON,
Lehbce of Sliootiug Itight.
Kinir Nlrcul. Jlmioliilii.
Excellent aeeoiiiinodatlou for paticuU.
Dl. A. It. ItOWAT, V. S.
Ollieo Houis 7:0 to 10 n. in.; l'.'iSO
to 2 p. m. 4 1 :'M to li p. m.
Ti:i,Ki'iioNi.b: HellUil. Mutual 183.
P. O. Uox Mil, PJi'tf
JP you want a Plrht-chiBs Job of Paint
ing of any dexciiptlon done, eall on
tlio I'laetieal I'aintor, .l.L. Mkv"' only.
Foithticiai.su, 1. O. Uox :t7. Mutual
Telepbouu (Ml, if,i tf
.loo Dillon tho ISiirbor
Y.S now doltifi bm-luesii on bin owuae
1 fount at 87 King i.tiiet, where he
will bo pleaded to tcrve all hlb old
f i lends ami 119 many new units as nmy
cull. dee 10-01