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The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Now Assurance Written in 1890 $203,826,107 00
Incomo 35,036,683 24
Surplus (from which dividend will be made) 23,740.447 34
An Investment Worth Knowing About 1
Before assuring your life, or investing jour money, examine the Twenty
Year Tontine Policies of The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S.
Policies maturing in 1891 realize cash returns to the owners, of amounts
arying from 120 to 170 per cent, of the money paid in, besides the advan
tage of the Assurance dining the whole period of twenty yearn.
The following is one of many actual cases maiming this year:.
Endowment Policy No. 01,925.
Issued in 1S71, at age 27. Amount, $5,000.
Premium, S239.90. Total Preras. 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 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 8405.80 for each 8100 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
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Ribbons, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Dress Goods, Silks,
Fans, Etc., Etc.
NEW CHOICE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY !
We are showing a choke line of Ladles' & Gentlemen's
Macintosh Rain Coats!
(Just the tlilug for a ChrUtmas present.-)
Silk Umbrellas in Ladies' & Gentlemen's.
SSr FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES, -a
Gall at B. F. Ehlers & Co.'s, 99 Fort St.,
FOR A FINE SELECTION
Such as TOILET CASES, MANICURE SETS, COLLAR & CUFF BOXES,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, ALBUMS,
Etc., Etc., befoic the assortment is broken.
AND A NKW IMPORTATION OK
DRY & FANCY GOODS.
Bgy Will keep open evenings fiom baturday. Dee. mill, to Clulstiuus. "a
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California Wheat, Oat Hay, in laigc and comprefabed bales ; Barley, Rolled
& Ground Barley, California & New Zealand Oatb, Middlings, Bran, Corn,
Ciaeked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour !
: IT ID I 'A' 1 JL. I 5C JL: R, :
We keep constantly in etock the celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr,
A. Haas of Sun Francisco, viz.: Bono Meal, Wool Dust and High Or ado
Super I'hobphates, all of which can be had at bediock prices.
gjGF" Inland orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. jgCS
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Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc A complete line of Crosso & Blackwcll's & J, T. Morton's Canned
& Bottled Goods always on hand. Also, just received a fresh lino of German
Pales and I'otted Meats and Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cured Hums and Bacon, Now Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Rivorside
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New Goods received by every packot from Eastern States and Europe,
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to and UoodB delivered to any part of the city fren of charge. Island orders
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed 1-91
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JOIEST F. BOWLER,
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B. F. DILLINGHAM
NOMINEE OF THE
(Sons ol" Hawaii.
3" J t(l
THOS. :R. : LUCAS,
'x IX xd
ISLAND OF OAHU.
the Asiatic question.
A communication from Anti-Asia-tio
in Friday's Iloloinua deals with
the recent decisions of the Supremo
Court in the Kckmilh and naturalized
Chinese cases and, In closing, voices
the sentiment of a large number of
voters as follows :
"It is the feeling of uncertainty of
everything under our present consti
tution thai has given rise to a strong
demand for a reorganization of the
whole government. The Liberal
party seeks to take-advantage of this
feeling to attain its own ends. It
docs seem Hint the Supremo Court is
largely responsible for it.
"Something must bo done about the
Asiatic question in the near future.
Il is regrettable that the court is not
more politic. Chinese voting cannot
be popular. Thu people will not
stop short of class legislation against
Asiatics. If the Court will not en
force such laws, other means must
1 would rather have read the last
clauso, "If the Court will not enforce
such laws, it Is- high time that steps
were taken to secure a bench of Jus
tices that will do so."
I am thoroughly in favor of an
amendment to the Constitution mak
ing a definite term for which Supreme
Court Judges are to be appointed,
say six years and terms expiring in
rotation as is the case with Nobles.
The Queen to appoint such Justices
with the approval of the Legislatuie.
There aie many, however, who argue
that such methods are too slow to
accomplish the purpose intendod and
that wc will be comple.cly swamped
1)3 the Asiatic horde that is at pre
sent chained by labor contracts ere
relief could come by way of any
amendments to tho -Constitution of
1887, and hence the hue and cry in
certain quarters for a new Constitu
tion outright. In view of the mis
givings that many entertain as le
gards the attitude of the Supreme
Court relative to the proposed Arti
cle 83 of our present Constitution
it is encouraging to see the Bul
letin of last Saturday champion the
people's cause by advocating the
passage of this amendment. It is
words wasted to reiterate the fact
that the people of this country have
beeu very patiently waiting for a
proper recognition of their rights;
also that their demands have always
been made In a conciliatory spirit
and with due regard to the rights of
those aliens already in business.
There is a limit to even such patience
and forbearance as has been shown
up to the present time, and the con
viction is gaining ground that the
time hasveonic when tho Government
must commit itself to one or two pol
icies. Either accede to the popular
demand and protect general business
the trades and small industries
from the encroachments of Asiatics
and encourage planters and others to
try co-operative planting with civil
ized methods and men ; or, ignoring
the rights of the community, build
up a pagan outpost on the ashes' of
our western civilization for the sake
of the one, all consuming industry
Article 13 of the Constitution says;
"The government is conducted for
the common good, and not for the
profit, honor, or private interest of
any one man, family, or class of
The demand of the hour is for
equality under the law a condition
that has not yet been attained under
the present Constitution, although it,
will soon be five years in operation.
The interpretations of the Constitu
tion which the Supreme Court has
given us aro unique to say the least.
By what manner of deduction can
any man of ordinary judgment arrive
at a conclusion such as was reached
in the Kckuula case?
Article 73 of the Constitution defi
nitely provides for the only way in
which a criminal can have his civil
rights restored. Artiele 7!) reads,
"All laws now in forco in this King
dom, shall continue and remain in
full effect such parts only excepted
as are repugnant to this Constitu
tion." The old Constitution created
similar disabilities and provided a
similar course for the restoration of
civil rights. Consequently the law
was virtually continued and remains
in effect to-day as much so against
criminals prior to 1887 as if there had
been no change of Constitution. This
of course is only the view of a man
who reads English as it is writ and is
open to criticism from tho profession
because of the absence of Latin
adornments. My only object has
been to draw a simile. Tho Asiatic
problem admits of tho same adapta
tion of the argument. The Supreme
Court of this Kingdom has a dutv to
perform and the duty cannot bo evad
ed much longer.
On the one hand aro arrayed tho
aborigines of tho soil and tho foreign
element of American or European
birth constituting the voting element,
and as such the 'clement to whom the
constitution vouchsafes peculiar priv
ileges, demanding pi election; und
opposed to them are 35,000 to -10,000
aliens brought to our shores for tho
sole benefit of one or two industries
but imperiling the wholp fabric by
their aggressive methods and unequal
competition. Halfway measures will
never do, and an attempt to inaugu
rate such with a viow to lessening the
seeming injustice would only prove
A Ueoisivo stand must bo taken
now, either the one element or tho
other must suffor some injustice by
reason of tho decision arrived at. It
lies with the Legislature to pass Arti
cle 83, with the Queen to ratify it
and tho Supremo Court to approve
tho Bame, thus giving ub the only
adequate means which wo can use
for self-protection. Allow mo in
closing to refor to a statement made
by one of the candidates for Nob'o
at u recent public meeting relative to
tho Japanese1 brought hero miliar ft
uwiivuiiuon. no stated thore were
ho wlmif inls or low characters
among them. No ono who had any
thing to do with their transfer, etc.,
will deny this. As a matter of fact
more than one-half of them were
artisans and quite a number had even
brought their tools with them.
Feb. 1, 1892.
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO
As a preventive and euro for
croup, Chamberlain's Couch Remedv
has no rival. It is, in fact, the only
remedy that can always be depended
upon and that is pleasant and safe to
tokc. riieie is not tho least danger
in giving it to children, as it contains
no injurious substance. For sale at
50 cents per bottle by nil dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co.. agents.
For Mouldings, Frames,
Pastels, ArtoLypes, Photo
gravures Etchings and
everything in tho lino of
pictures, go to King Bros.,
jl rci.rjr i snx.
Ofllco Hotel Bt., opi. Y. M. O. A., ad
joining the Honolulu Library.
Brunch Oillco, : : : 200 Kearny st., 8. F.
LL Dental operations sWlfully pcr
i formed at Sun Ftauclseo prices;
which are 30 pel cent cheaper than Hono
lulu price-); and if not as good as the
best Dentistry in Honolulu no chin go
will be made. You need not go to San
Francisco for your Dentistry. Our gi cat
l eduction in prices the oili.ens have de
manded, and we will supply (lie demand.
WK HAVE COIIH TO IM'.MAlt !
CSy Call and get prices and save your
money. We leturn our thanks to the
eltlens uf Hawaii, Mnnl and Kauai for
their liberal patiotrngeund solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
Orrioi: Houns: 7 a. m. to 0 v. at.
M VltSIIAJj'S SALN.
BY virtue of a Writ of .Execution
issued out of the Police f'ouit on
the 22d day of Jauu.iry, A. D. 1802,
against 11. Akl, defendant, in favor of
.1. Nott, plaintiff, for the sum of $50.75,
I hae levied upon and shall expose for
sale at the I'ollee Station, iti tho Distiict
of Honolulu, Island of O.ilut, at 1
o'clock noon, of WEDNESDAY, the
24th day of Ecbiuniy, A. D. 1802, to the
highest bidder, all the light, title ami
Intel est of thu said II. Akl, defendant,
in ami to the following piopctty, unless
said judgment, interest, costs and my
expcii'-u'- be previously puhl.
List of property for sale:
Plumber's and Tinsmith's Tools
Forpaitieulais luriuhe at tlio Dcmitv
Maisbil's (Jlllce. J
(Signed) (J. B. WILSON,
, , Marshal.
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1802.
U20 30t-0 3t
Wffl. MILLER, CABINET MAKER
. Having removed his business to the
,lltia.KTX ItMMJK, JgOl'KIj NT..
notifies Ids pations and the pub
lic generally thai he has
in stock and for sale
Musical iDMrumoDts, Cunob, Canos,
Etc , made fiom native woods. Cabinet
Making and Inlaid Work of lively De
sciiptinti executed m lli&t-class style.
Tiy my Furniture Polith, the Bost ia the World.
I'articiilai attention paid to liepahing
and satisfaction guaranteed. 32 -lm
Jfi. B. rilOMAS,
CONTBACTOa and BUILDER.
Estimates given on all kinds of Bilck.
lion, Stone and Wooden Hulhllncs All
kinds of .robbing in thu Building Trade
attended to Keeps for tale Briek, Lime,
Cement, lion Stone I'lpu and Finings.
Old and New Conugated lion, Minton
Hies, Quarry 'I lies, assorted hies and
colors; California and Moutuiuy Sand,
Granite Cuiblugiiml Blocks, Etc.
,62?" Oitlee and Yaid : Cor. King and
Smith stieuts. Ollluu Hours: 8 to 12
a. si., and 1 to -1 1 m.
.,Jar,T,'1.el,,,0,,u3: 1!ull !lr'li Mutual,
-117. Residences Mutual, 110. i O
MOX, U7 tjjf) jv
Liii Residence sites
1HAVK tour Fine Keldem-e Sites,
situated on liikol htieet, for 8:ile.
I he Lots have a f ontaire of 04 feet on
Hhkoi street and ue 200 fort deep, aio
nicely laid out In fiult and hlmde trees
and are all covered with gr.i-sj water
laid on throughout. 'j-,u situation of
ihefO Lots and the limited number make
It neccssiry that intending puicluihurH
should m.iko eaily application to tho
undersigned, from whom all particulars
can bu had. JAS. F. MOltGAN.
LfOH JSALE or LUASE
s-mtA RESIDENCE on Liuialilo
H3ni street. presently occupied
HKkayan. by Mr. J. A. Kennedy, con
taining double puilors, four bedrooms,
dhiliui-iooin, batlnoom, largo dining
room, kitchen und puntiy; seivant's
room, stabling, etc., on rear of main
building, Uiouuds, :i00xl05 feet, well
laid out. Vacant on 14th August Lot
u'JJplulng noiJxJO.. feut may bo purchased
on reasonable ternis,
10R tf With Theo, I f. Davles & Po.
IF you want a Flrht-clnss Job of I'alnt
ing of any deseilptlon done, call on
tho 1'iactleal Painter, J. L. Mkvch oulv
Fort street IH0. 1'. O. Box :t87. Mutual
Telephone. fi(i2. jr,(j ((
Joe Dillon tliti Burlier
IS now doing business on his own ac
count at 87 King arcet, where ho
w 111 bo nleabci to seivo all Ills old
f i lends und as iniiny new ones.as may
(ia11' (loo 10-dl
'J ho heHt tltiup toBonil to
your friemlH ubrpud is King
Bros.' illustrated Houvenir
of Hawaii, which is gotten
up lor tho purpose and la
not mi udvortiHouioiit,
Alifillon Sales bj James F, Morgiin.
rho undersigned, G. TItOUSSEAU,
Adniinislriitdr, with Iho will annexed,
of the estate of Ilia Into Majesty Ka
laknun, gives notice that pursuant to
" onlor signed by tho Hon. A. F.
Judd, Obiof-Justico of the Supremo
Com t, dated December 28, 181)1, be
will Mill at public auction at tho sales
room of James I Morgan, in Hono
Saturday, Feli'j 13, 1892,
AT 1!4 O'OMH'K .OON.
All of tho right, title und entitle or Hi'h
late Majesty in und to tho lauds below
named for the piuposo of paying tho
debts of said estate.
KfT TEKMS CASH. Deeds at ex
pense of purchasers, viz :
1. LAND AT KOLOWALU,
Royal Patent 2f)02, acres. Deed
from Nakookoo and wife. Liber G2,
2. LAND AT MANOA, OAHU.
Boyal Patent -1-170, 1 10-1000 acres.
Deed from Pihi (W.)and Bila Kekunui,
herhiihband. Liber 75, folio 103. Sub
ject to lento to Muraea Aputi. Kent
-ffiO per annum; expires December 31,
3. LAND AT MANOA, OAHU.
ltoy.il Patent 13G, C 30-100 acres. Deed
fiom .1. Kekuanui and wife Liber 70.
folio 21. '
4. TWO PIECES OF LAND
AT JIANOA, OAHU.
1st. Land Conimistion Award 1950,
73-100 aero. 2nd. ltoyal Patent 21),
3 55-100 acres. Second pjeco is sub
ject to lease to See Hop & Co. Kent
if 00 per milium; expires Fcbruaiy 1,
5. LAND AT KULAOKAIIUA,
Lots Nos. 370-378, Royal Patent 3121.
105,741 tquaie feet. Subject to lease
to John F. Colburn. Refit .$65 per
annum ; expires February -1, 1904.
0 and 7. LAND AT MOANALUA,
Apaniis 2 and 3 of Royal Patent 42G,
0.15 and 0.07 acres lespectively. Deed
from A. Kaoliko and wife. Liber 98,
folio 04. Apana 2 is subject to leate
to G. J. Campbell. Rent $21 per an
num : expires June 27, 1903. Apana
3 is tubjtct to loato to C. P laukea,
trustee for Kuaua. Rent -f 10 per an
num ; expires June 27, 1903.
ISLAND OF MOKUOEO,
LAND AT AIE A,
Royal Patent 785, Royal Patent
2875, 1 37-100 acres, and Royal Patent
795, 1 acre, 3 chains and 33-100. Deed
from J S McGrcw and wifo. Liber 79,
folio 291. 0-01 acre subject to leuso
to J Huniphreyt. Rent $10 per an
num. Expires Sept 1, 1899.
10. AHUPUAA OF KAUIIIULA,
Royal Patent 5711, acres. Deed
from Kalolo. Liber 58, folio 193. Sub
ject to leileo to Hilo Sugar Company.
Rent -$30 per annum. Expires June
11. AHUPUAA OF KAIIAUALEA.
aoies. Deed from
Liber 73, folio 213.
LAND AT KAALEO,
Royal Patent 1003, 3 Apann, 3 48-100
acres. Deed from R II Kuikuhi Liber
58, folio 271. Subject to le.ito to Kinio
Knwaiohi. Rent $50 per annum. Ex
phes Feb 28, 1898.
14. LAND AT NUUANU, OAHU.
Royal Patent 4402, 98-100 acre.
15. LANDS AT PA WILT,
IHLAND "Or LANAI.
Royal Patent 1929, 18 57-100 acres,
Unyul Patent 1930, 29 70-100 acies
and 2 20 100 aoies, and Royal Patent
1931, 18 30.100 acres. Total (18 83-10u
iicii'H. Deed fiom Kiinui (k) and
ICoanu (w) Liber 70, folio 418.
10. AHUPUAA OF
Grant 3255, 20 1-10 acres.
Kiilmnu, July 20, 1880.
LAND AT KUALAPA,
300 ncres. Deed from L. Isaac, Oct
31, J882. Liber 74, folio 407. Subject
to leate to M Kealoha. Rent $GQ por
annum. Expires Nov 1, 1903.
18. LAND AT OMAOPlO,
Giant 1908, 173 acres. Deed from
Kainuka, Mar 3, 188L Liber 8(1, folio
214. Subiect tu leiiM! (., K M ir,i,niL-,ii
und J 11 Waipuilani. Rout $50 per
annum, Expues Feb 4, 1901.
19. f, OF AHUPUAA OF NUU,
Land Coininistion Awaid 0239,2,140
acres. Deed from Hnukoki, Liber
59, folio 89. Subject to lease to J C
Florcs and otloi"a.
20. LAND AT WAIELI,
Royal Patent 3241, Apana , 12
acres. Royal Patent 2804, 375-1000
of an aero. Deed from Maboe, Ann
24, 1880. Liber 100, folio 2U4. Sub-1
jeet lo lcaso to G M V Katilu. Rent
$25 por annum. Expires Feb 4, IDOL
21. LAND AT PAKALA.
Koyal Patent 1729 Apana 2, 1 17-100
acres. Deed from D. W. Ken wo. July ,
18th, 1878. Liber 55, folio 278.
22. LAND AT KELAWEA.
Royal Patent 1729,4 acres 31 peicbes,
and 4 acres 37 perches. Same deed us
1 acre, 2 roods, 21 poi olios 2 Apanas.
Samo deed as No. 21.
24. LAND AT PANAEWA.
Koyal Patent 1727, 318-1000 of m
acre, and Royal P.itont 2741, JH acres.
Deed fiom Kulolu. Libor58, folio 193.
Subject to lease to Campbell ami It-on-berg.
Rum $00 per annum. Expires
Nov. 7, 1897.
25. LAND AT WAIOKAMEA.
20. LAND AT LAIIAINA, MAUI.
Deed fiom John T ami ni,i tr
Baker. Liber 87, folio 270.
27. LAND AT LAIIAINA, MAUI.
Koyal Patent, 4390. Deed froni liana
Lihkalani and others. Liber 94, folio
28. LAND AT WAIMANALO,
Royal Patent 550. Apana 1 and 2,
3 15-100 acres. Deed fiom Kahoo
puipui (w), Liber 39, lolio 405. Sub
ject to lease to J A Cummins. Rent
inn l'Ur ,uinun1, Expires February 4,,
29. LAND AT KAILUA,.
Grant 2900, Apana 2, 5, 75-100 acies.
Deed from Opuntoiuonu. Liber 01,.
folio 100. Subject to lease to Chas
Hiram. Rent $10 per annum. Ex
pires Juno 27, 1903. .
30. LANDS AT KANEOIIE AND
Deed from John Kalaaual.i and others.
Liber 88, folio 245.
31. LANDS AT KAPAKA,
Royal Patent 0504, 2 Apana, 873-1000
aero and $ acre. Royal Patent 1442,
2 Apana, 0.2G aero and 0.50 acio.
Deed from S W Kuaiwa and wifo.
Liber 90, folio 490.
And if not sullicient to pay tho
debts of said, estate tho following :
32. LAND AT KUKULUAEO,
KALIA, HONOLULU, OAHU.
Royal Patent 1990 2 Ar-ana, 1 3-4
acres and 35 100 acre. Deed from
Kahoopuipui, Liber 39, folio 405.
33. LAND AT IWILEI, OAI1U,
58 8-10 acres. Deed from Estate of J
II Conoy. Liber 95, folio 424. Sub
ject to the following leases, viz. :
1. Lease to A F Cooke, $00 per
annum. Expiics June 1, 1900.
2. Leato to H Ericksen, $25 per
annum. Expires March 1, 1891.
3. Lease to John Ena, $110 per ani
num. Expires Juno 1, 1898.
4. Lease to John Ena, $50 per an
num. Expires April 1,-1898,
34. LAND AT PAWAA,
22 45-100 acres more or less. Deed
from C H Judd. Liber 1Q1, foljo
129. Subject to lcato to E. C. Mac
farlane. Rent $430 ner annum". Wil
pires February 4, 1901.
35. ILI OF WAIELI, WAIMALU,
L C A 8525 B, part 3,455 acres nioro
or less. Deed from Hoa C Ultikou
and wifo. Liber 58, f.dio 128. Subject
to lease to L McCandless. Rent $50
per annum. Expires January 1, J.89G!
3G. ILI OF KAPAAKEA,
Royal Patent 4499, 2 Apana, 31 -2
acres and 4-10 acres, antj sea and
stream fishery of Wahalou, 53 acres'.
Deed from W C Paike, Administra
tor Estate of Kanaina. December 5,
1878. Liber 58, folio 1. Subject to
lease to Sing Cliong. "
37. LAND AT KALIIII, OAHU,
known as Kainanaiki, Roy.il Patonf,
3123, 455 acres. Deed from C P
laukea, October 31, 1887. Subject to
lease to Manuel Barratt. Rent $450
per annum. Expires Novomber 11
1902. ' '
gjBfFar further particulars jnquirp
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
(Signed.) G. TROUSSEAU.
Administrator with tho Will annexed
of tho Estate of II M Ralakaua,
deceased, 320 25t
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public foMhe Nand of Oabu.
Agent to Tnko Acknowledgments to La-
Agent to Grant Sfarrhigo Licenses, Ho-
twiitiit Villi l
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt &
.Scott's Freight & Parcels Kxpiess. "
Agenlb for the iluillngtoij Roijto.
Real Estate Broker & A0,S,,J
Hull Tele. 318.-atf Mutual Tele. 130.
P. O. Box 1 15.
laer Okkice! NoTaifMcroliant Ptreet,
Iloiiolulu, Oahii, H. I. jlin J2 '
Young Oocoanut Treg
tSSf Apply nMHe
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