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I'lio tiino signal fortlio pott in (zlvon at l'lli.
Otn. Osoc. (nikltilKhtl of Utvonwlcli timooi
lh, 'ism. ;14huc. p. in. of Honolulu OIjhoi v ntory
tltuu. 11 Is ul on by tlio steam wlilstlo of tho
Honolulu PliiHliiK Mill, few dooiH iibovo
tho Custom Houso. lliu sumo wlilstlo Is
Houmleil tori nctly ut Honolulu menu noon,
Obsunutory uiuiidluii.orlOli, Jim. 2Gscc. of
WEDNESDAY, FI5B. 17, 1892.
Stun ,las Makcc from Kauai
Stnir Kuula fiom Waianue
Schr Surah & Eliza fiom Ivoolau
Stnir J A Cummins from Koolan
Stmr Kaala for Waianae at-G p m
Stnir Junius Makeefor Kauai
Stmr Mokolii for Molokal at 5 p m
Stmr Iwaiaui foi Haiuakua
Stnir Kilunca Hon for Haimtkua
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Mol Wahlno for Paauilo
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
V G Hall -GS7 bngs sugar, 24 bdls bides,
27 head cuttle, C pkgs hides and 220
.las Makee 2500 bugs sugar.
For Kauai per stmr Mlkulmla, Feb 1G
MraOlmhtieis, Col Z 55 Sjud!ng,''Mr
Mason, Mr McKay, Mr-Thoel, S Kaklna,
Mr Gaisiins, MIs Helen Wilder and ser
vant,' II VT Schmidt, M D- Monsarrat, T
Qook, D L Huntsman, and about 4G
' From Maul and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hull, Feb 1C--R R Whiifng, J W Mason,
h von Teinpsky and wife, Miss Wode
house, U F Horner and wife, Mrs J G
Kothwell and child. Miss Haley, A P
Motenzo and wife, W A Vall,C L Hilto,
Clias Mucomber, Mrs Ktiaimoku and 3
children, W. Kalalwaa, W-F Koyt 3 Ohi
pise anil S5 deck.. 1 "
i' '' '"'M ' ,," " " -' ' "7 "! ' ' '
FOREIGN YESSELS IN PORT.
XI B M S Pheasant, Bluir, from Esqui-
U S S Pcnsacola, Kautz, from San
Brig G H Douglass, Held, from Gilbert
Haw bk Muuna Ala, from Newcastle,
Am bk S U Allen, Thompson, from De
.. purtmeBay ' , '.',) '. .
Amiuktup, Mary, Wipkplinau, Nlesson,
. from San Francisco
Am bk Allien Hesse. Fills, from San
Am bk Sonoma, Lee, from Newcastle,
Ap schrAljec Cooke, Pcnhallow, from
Ani 4-inusted sejir Transit, .lorgensen,
Am bktuo Amelia, Ward, fiom Poit
Am schr Oceania Vance, from Newcas
. tie, NSW
Am bktno W H Dlmond, from San Fran
cisco FOREIGN SSELSEXPEbTEb7
II 1 M S Htul, Mori, from Japan
ISS San Fraucisco. fiom ban Fran
i Pisco, duo any day ' '
t) B iufstridlft, Havward, from San Fran,
'foisoo due Jun 20 i
A hi bk Newsboy, Johnsou, from New-
Am 4-masted schr E K Wood, from
Newcastle, N H W, due Jan 15
Am bk Amy Tmner, Johnson, fiom Bos
ton, Jan. 10-lft
Am wh bk Morning Str, Mur 25, fioin
!. Now Bedford B .
Api wh bk Meipiaid, Mar 25, from Npw
A, m wh bk ( ilfoiiia, Mar 25i f01 New
Am wh bk jai)ies Aniolil, Mar 25, fioiu
BUtwe Discovery fiom San Fraucisco
Tlio steamer Kaala tin ivctl last night
witli a eaigo of sugar, uud will leave
Tho steamer .las Makee from Kauai
in rived this mot mug with besides sugar
t Tjiu uk S O Allen, has taken lit a
.ui:oeuigoof sugar. She repelyed by
Jlio steamer W U llall this morning. .
The tern Oceania Vanoe having llnlsli
cd discharging has docked ut tho old
Custom Iioii6o wliHif.
SAFE AND RELIABLE.
"In buying a cough medicino for
children," says II. A. Walker, a
prominent jjrusgist pf 'Qgrten, JJtni,
'never bo afraid to buy Cliambor
laln'a Uough Remedy. Thero is no
(lunger fiom it and relief is always
sure to follow. J particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's because I found
it to be safe and reliable." 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Bcu
soii, Smith & Co., agents,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
cloudy, wind light west.
l'U'KS uro being laid alNuuanuaml
Qui'un streets to curry tho wutor out
Chikf Clork J, A. Hasbingoi, of tho
Intoiior Department, quite an clncioul
The Pacific Hardware Co.'s show
window contains some very pretty
and interesting island views.
The island coasters aro bringing in
on oory trip -more sugar than tho
foieign vcssolii can carry away.
Captain Freeman, ex-captain of
tho steamer W. O. Hull, has so far re
covered us lo be able to be around
The latest San Francisco minstrel
sensation, "Mary and John," is to bo
sung at Mrs. Q ray's concert on the
Tun Kiiymoiul tourists who hivvo
gone ou a visit to Hawaii's wonder,
will return on tho steamer Kiuau due
Three Chinese made counter char
ges uguiust each other for assault and
battery in tho Police Court to-day.
Trial wus continued.
H. D. M. 8. Pheasant left yester
day afternoon for Kawuihue, Hawaii,
to ti fibril her ("dicers tho enjoyment of
u hunting expedition.
The Bleanier V. G. Hall which ar
rived yesterday reports quito a, num
ber of whalers off tho Komi coast.
Ono had secured a sperm whale.
The Wall brothers purchased four
lots, at Mukiki at the Government
laud -alo to-day, all adjoining each
other W. E., W. A., C. J., and T. E.
The condition of tho times can be
illustrated by tho fact that H. Hack
fold & Co. in Honolulu aro assignees
for ten bankrupt estates on Mnui and
A coi.oked sailor, from ono of tho
merchant vessels lying in tho vicinity
of the Fish Market wharf, wus taken
to tho Queen's Hospital this morning
in a precarious condition.
The majority of caseB in the Police
Court nowadays are Chinese, somo of
them being petty grievances, bucIi as
a Chinaman is prone to entertain
against a fellow-countryman.
The following are the officers of the
Honolulu Iron Works: President,
Theo. H. Duvies; Vice-President,
Thqs. R. Walker; Treasurer, F. M.
Swanzyj Secretary, E. H. Holds-
worth; T. It. Kcyworth, Auditor.
The landlord's sale of muchinory
belonging to tho Union Iron Works
did not take place yesterday as adver
tised, owing to a suit of replevin
having been entered by tho trustees
for the machinery seized for rent.
With regard to tho Quoon Dow
ager's charity luau, a request has
been received to state that tho date
has been postponed, and the place iB
also yet under consideration. Further
notice will be given of these parti
culars. Mr. Gray and Mr. W. A. McKay,
who were employed in the Union Iron
WorkB, have gone to Makaweli to take
positions in the mill. They will be
missed by many friends in town, who
will all be glad, however, that they
haven't to leave tho country for want
of employment. i5
Information conies from Waianae,
Ouhu, that a considerably amount of
opium had been landed at Waima
nalof, near Waianae. Tho report was
mado by a carpenter at work on tho
steamer Viva stranded off Waianae.
Two white men and two Chinese were
scon hovering around the place, us if
carrying some packages supposed to
contain opium. '
T"B funeral qf the late ivirs. Hoopii
Love took place yesterday afternoon
from the family residence, King
street. Quite a number attended the
obsequies and tho floral contributions
were profuse. Tho services wore con
ducted by Roy. Alex. Mackintosh,
pastor of tlio sptpqd poqgreMtion of
St. Andrew's 0Uie(liul,an(i tlio inter
ment took place ut, tlio Niiuanu Ceme
tery. A native named Samuola, while
coming to town from1 'Manoa in a
brake Monday afternoon ran into a
Chinaman's horse, the collision dis-
rmaunting tho lutter's rider. Tho Co-
lestialGhnPun by name, roported
to tho PolicJTStation and preferred a
phaigp of assart ar?(lbaKryi against
tlio native. ' After uii exportation of
tho real faots by Samuela, he wus dis
charged. CONCERT AT KAUMAKAPILI.
Thcro is another troat in stqro for
thu mn9io-joving"ncone of'Uiltf'city!
At the rpAuest of Mr. H, C. Lyon,
mapagcr of ie Raymond Excursion
Party now visiting tho Volcano, Mr.
Wray Taylor ha9 arranged to give an
organ concert at Kauinnkupili church
nest Thursday evening, tho 25th last,
On this occasion will ho hoard Mrs,
A. V. Rice, a very gifted singer from
New York city ; Mr. Maurice A.
Rothchild, of San Francisco, who has
a beautiful tenor voice, and Dr. A.
Marcuse, the violinist, who needB no
introduction. Thcro will also be a
chorus of Hawaiian, singers. T)i
program vlV appear atep,
Leave orders on elate, Room 13,
Arlington Hotel, or at Hobron &
Newman's drugstore. Telephones:
428 Mutual and Bell.
7-2 w W. II. BENSON.
E.vcry family sliould uo nroyided
with some reliable medicino for bowel
complaints. A fair trial will con
vince any ono that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcna Remedy
is without an equal; besides it is
pleasant to take. 25 ami 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Cp(., agents, '
GREAT LAND SALE.
Town lintn Hoonilng nt n Hnlo by
To-day at noon, at tlio front cn
trnnco of Aliiolnni Hnlc, were sold
by Chief Clerk Has9inger, thirty-six
lots of Government land al Mukiki,
Honolulu. The lots, nicely located,
varied in sizo from 1 79-100 acres to
8-10 of an acre. A largo number of
people wero present and the bidding
by prospective honiostoadcrs and cap
italists was biisk. The different lots
were sold under the following condi
tions: Cash, or at the option of the pur
chaser, one-fourth cash, and the re
mainder in equal installments paya
ble in one, two or three years, with
interest poyablc semi-annually at the
rate of 7 percent per unman.
The pui chaser must, within one
year from thu date of purchase, en
close the land bought by him with a
good and substantial fence and lay
on water from tho Government pipes.
The upset price of the lots ranged
from $250 to $500 according to size
The following is a full list of the
lots as they were sold and the names
of the purchasers:
Lot 553. F. Harrison, SG50.
Lot 552. F. Harrison, 8700.
Lot 570. A. Lucas, SG75.
Lot 571. E. Jones, 8700.
Lot 572. E. H. F. Wolters, 8750.
Lot 573. Gredge, trustee, 8G30.
Lot 551. Hon. A. S. Uleghorn,
Lot 535. Hon. A. S. Uleghorn,
Lot 55G. Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
Lot 557. Fritz Wilhchu, $550.
Lot 558. Fritz Wilhelm, $550.
Lot 5G0. Manuel Reis, $900.
Lots 559, 5G0 and 5G1. L. D.
Spencer, at $700 each, $2100.
Lot 577. H. Bergensen, 8700.
Lot 578. W. Maertens, 8750.
Lot 579. O. A. Stevens, 8710.
Lot 580. W. Maertens, 8750.
Lot5G3. Hon. C. W. Ashford,
Lots 5G4 and 5G5 Jno. Radin
8850 each, $1700.
Lot 5G5J. Robert Lishman, $350.
Lots 5GG and 567. Fred. Harri
son, $G25 each, $1250.
Lot 568. J. Audrade, 8850.
Lot 569. Hon. C. W. Ashford,
Lot 581. W. E. Wall, $875.
Lot 582. W. A. Wall, 875.
Lot 583. C. J. Wall, $875.
Lot 584. T. E. Wall, $875.
Lot 585. J. Andrade, $830.
Lots 586 and 587. Jno. F. Bow
ler, $1070 and $600, $1670.
Lot 574. J. C. Quinn, $660.
Lot 575. Gredge, ti ustee, $625.
Lot 5'76. Mrs. Lackahd, $675.
Total amount of sales. 826,315.
Mnii Ilurned to Peuth on I.annl The
1'Uialc ot a Party's Debauch.
Somewhat startling news of a
tragedy on " Lanai was rumored
around town yesterday. The news
was said id 'nave been brought by
the steamer Mokolii, which arrived
A Bulletin reporter sought in
formatiori'at'ttie Station House and
was told that news had been r'eceived
that tho Deputy Sheriff of Lahaina
had gone over1 in a boat to Lanai to
investigate the matter. Purser S.
Green, of the steamer Mokolij, when
accosted gave the following account:
A party of natives (including
wives and families) lived in a house
near the beach at Awaloa, Lanai.
On Friday a quantity of awa root
was procured and pounded into a
drink of 'which all began freely to
partake. Toward, evening thoy be
came bjlftritws and commencing to
danoe created considerable noise.
They were all, in plain language,
beastly drunk1. One of 'the party, a
woman, sat on the beach in a nude
condition, and dug in the sand with
her hands. The others were pinning
tq ana iro, laughing and noting as if
cruay. During tho evening all went
Into the house, and, it is presumed,
while dancing ono of the party acci
dentally set Arc to tlio building,
In the confusion that followed a
young man who was 'Uoo far gone,"
was unable to gel beyond the flames,
and, the 'Others who wero in the same
condition being unable to rxlend him
any help, ho perished in the burning
building. The extenfof ' the whole
sale 'debauchery that caused tho fa
tality can' be Judccd by thu fact that
when the steamer Mokolii left on
Monday, four days after this catas
trophe, the survivors wero still under
the influence of the iinuor. A wo
man of the party was Vuinlng about
the boach entirely nude, nnd tho oth
ers wero shamefully abusing them
selves. Further news will be eagerly
FROM HOTEL DELLOIIE.
Mr, C. W, Reed, proprietor of the
Hotel Dellone, Omaha, one of the
llnest new and modern hotels in the
west, says of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy: "Wo have used it in our
fumily for years with the most satis
factory result, especially for 6hr
children, 'fpr cad,s qil croup, 'it oan
be' (ionendod upon i besides it la
plousanl to take and seems to bo free
from chloroform and tho oily sub
stancos put into many cough mix
tures." 50 cent and 81 bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co. , agents.
Tuesday a Chinese tramp entered
thu house at Pearl City of Mr. Am
kill, painter in tho employ of the O.
R. & L. Co. He terrorised the family
by flourishing a knife and helped
himself to a substantial breakfast.
Buforo help could reach the hoiiso
the intruder escaped, bit it s, hoped
? Wi'l be, fiaiight; and mnde an ex
ROBINSOH WILL CASE,
Decision on thn Questions
Caroline J. Jfnbltinoti Drclnrcd to liu
nn Ilrir or JiiIiii . Jt'ililtiHiiii
Hrr IK-conm-il llimbnnil.
Tlio Supreme Court this day ren
dered a decision in the famous will
cuse Lorrln A. Thurston and Caro
line J. Robinson, executors of tho
will of John N. Robinson, deceased,
and Caroline J. Robinson, vs. Mark
P. Robinson, Mary K. Foster, Victo
ria Ward, Bnthshcba M. Allen, and
Samuel C. Allen her husband, Matil
da A. Foster and V. IS. Foster her
husband, Annie Jaeger and Albert
Jaeger her husband, Lucy II. Mc
Wayuo and Albert MoWayne her
husband, and S. C. Allen and M. 1
Robinson, executors of the will of
James Robinson, deceased.
j -The case came before the full Court
'as a' "submission of controversy un
der Section 1140, Civil Code." The
opinion of the Court by Chief Jus
tice Judd now rendered would till
this paper. It, however, declines to
adopt the Finnish common law,
whilo tho issues are covered by tho
statutes of this kingdom, and decides
the 'main question as follows:
"Caroline J. Robinson is now en
titled to one-quarter of the lands
mentioned in tho first and fourth
paragraphs of the will of James Ro
binson, that is, otic-half of John's
half, and to one-half of the eighth,
that is, one-sixteenth of the estate
mentioned and described in the
seventh paragraph of tho said will as
devised lo John.
Thurston & Frear, C. L. Carter
and A. 1 Peterson for plaintiffs ; A.
S. Hnrtwcll, F. M. Hatch and Ash
ford & Ashford for defendants.
Following is tho text of the sylla
bus, showing the principles under
lying the decision:
"The testator devised land to bis
sons M. and J. for the term of their
nalural lives, to share aud share
alike, aud after the decease of M.
one-half to his heirs, and after the
decease of J. one-half to his heirs.
"Held, M. and J. are tenants in
common for life.
"By the rule in Shclly'q, case M.
and J. would have the whole estate
absolutely. But the rule in Shelly's
case by virtue of its being a part of
the Common Law of England is not
in force in this kingdom the Com
mon Law as such not being in force
"Though free to adopt the rule,
the Court declines lo adopt it as the
la,w of this kingdom.
"The intention of the testator
shoufd govern ih the construction of
"The intention of the testator was
to give only a .life estate to M. and
J. This would be defeated by the
operation of the rule in Shelly's
vrhe 'heirs' of 4- arc whoevpr are
entitled to his property by the stat
ute of descent, if he had died seized
of this property and intestate.
"J. died leaving a widow hut no
issue' nor father nor mother: Held,
that his 'heirs' are his widow as to
one-half and his brother and sisteis
as to the other half.
"A devise of real and personal
i property to executors in trus.t, 'the
income from the sgmu to bo'pald to
J. N. It. for' tlio term of his natural
life and after his death I give, devise
and bequeath the said one-eighth to
his heirs,' creates a vuli'd' trust and
1 J. N.' R. has the income for life and
at his death the eighth go,cs. to hta
statutory heirs, wlio in this ease are
hig widow as to one-half, and his
brother and sisters 'as to the other
"A widow is an 'heir' by our stat
ute of descent."
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A T tho adjourned annual meeting of
' V thu stockholders of the C. Brewer
& Company held this day, the follow lug
were elected Qllluors of the CoiporutloH
to'Borvd diirlngf the ensulug'yoar:
Geo. II. ltoborteon Treasurer,
E. F. Bishop Sccri'tury,
Hon. W. F. Allen.. ..., ,, Auditor
Hon, C. It. Bishop, II. Watcrhouso, Esq.,
S. C. Allen, Esq.
E. F BISHOP,
Secretary O. Biowor & Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 18W. ail 1m
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho aunital meeting of the Ha
waiian Agricultural Company hold
this day, tho following persons weio
elected otlleers for tho current year:
Hon. C. It. lSlehop Picsldent,
Bam'l C. Allen Viee-Pildont,
Geo. II, Robertson Treasurer,
J. Q. Caner. .,..., i Secretary,
Tflitt May , Auditor.
S. O. Alton, CTtas. M. Cooko and W. O.
J. O. OAIU'KK,
Secty. Haw. Ag. 'o.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 1692. 325 9m
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A T the
annual meeting of tho Kwa
'lanlatlon Co. held this day the
following onlcor8 weio elected for tlio
C, M. Cooke..., President,
J. Ii. Castle Vlco-Piesldent,
E. D. Teuuey heei etary,
J. B. Athertou Tieusurer,
J. U. Puty ,,,,.,,. Auditor,
Tho above named. olHcers also constl-
tutu the Board of Directors.
' K. D. TKNNEY,
Secretary Ewu Plautallon Co.
Honolulu, Jun. 30, 1602. '833 1m
lid is your cold ?
Is a question often asked thco days.
You aro fortunate if it is only a cold,
but oven colds if not checked diolop
into serious maladies.
For coughs wo huvo Jayno's, Aycr's
and Chamberlain's Itcmi-dics, alt-o,
German Syrup, Shiloh's Cure, Halo's
Honey, Allon A. Hall's K.iIimiii, Lo
.icr's Cherry Coidial, Scott's Eniul
Hon, Hcinuuopnthio "B it S" Cough
Kyi up and many othcis.
If you have a fold in the head we've
CiHimiiu'a Monlhol and Cutler's Pock
et Inhaleis. Wo keep several kinds
of Atomizers for spraying the mxtnls
and thii'iit in cuesnf entail li. I'alnric
Vila Oil is a popular piepaiatinn fin
colds on tho chest. Should joii piefer
Poious I'liibters we can supply your
demand as wo keep a full line of these
When your health begins to wane
and tonics aro wanted to build upyoui
constitution, drop in and wo will show
you what there is in that line. Here
aro u few of a long list: Mnlline, Fel
lows' Syrup, Cod Lher Oil, Phillip's
Wheat Phosphate, Acid Phosphate,
Coca Wine, Beef Extracts, Dr. Hen
ley's Celery, Beef and Iron, Bovinine
and others. All of these preparations
'H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Port A; JClnpr Mtrcet.
Hawaiian Wine Co,,
28 & 30 MERCHANT STREET.
WH. MILLER, CABINET MAKER
Having removed Ids business to tho
AltLIM!TO. 1M.OCK. IIOTKI, NT..
notitlejils patrons und the pub
lic generally that ho has
in stock and for sale y
Musical Instruments, Curios, Ganos,
Etc., made from native woods. Cabinet
Making and Inlaid Woik of livery Dc
sciiption executed in ilist-class style.
Try my rorniture Polish, the Best in the World.
Partlculai attention paid to Repairing
and satlbfactiou guaranteed. 321-lm
YIRS. J. K. AILAU has opened a
LTJ Hawaiian Ba.aar in the Club
Stable's Building, where ulio intends
supplying all customer with anything
in tlt.it Tine. A dressmaking Deputt
ment,; making a specialty of nolokns,
has also been opened in connection with
:14(5 at MRS. J. K. AILAU.
IF you want a First-class Job of Paint
ing of any description done, cull on
the Practical Painter, J. L. Mkvww only.
Fort street-ISO. P. O. Box H87. Mutual
Telophono CG2. , jm tf
Special Meeting: Notice
A SPECIAL meeting of tho stock
' holders of the Wailuku Sugar
Company will be held on FKIDAY,
Feb. 2iith, at 10 a. si., at tlio olllco of
C. Brewer & Co., (L'd).
E. O. WH1TK,
340 St Sccictaiy.
rpIIE logular annual meeting of the
JL Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co will be
held at their ofllco in Wailuku, Maui, ou
SATURDAY, Match 12, 1802, at 10
o'clock A. m. W. II. DANIELS,
34fi 23t Secretary II. F. & T. Co.
AN adiourupd annual meeting of tho
Unlou Feed Co, (Td), will bo
held at the Company's olllce, on FRI
DAY, tho lUth Inst., nt 11 o'clock a. m.
310 at Secretary U. F. Co., L'd.
'PHE Stockholders of Wailicq Sugar
J. Company will please take noilce
that a Special Meeting of the Company
will be held at the Olllce of O Brewer
und Company, on THURSDAY, tho
25th instant, at 10 o'clock -V llli l0 !0I
sldcr impoitiiut biislucas.
Focrelary Walhcu Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1802. 310 Ot
MONEY TO BUILD HOMES.
IF you have a lot, I will bulUl, you, a
house, and fuuiMi, the moiioy ou
easy terms. J L. MEYER,
130 Fort street.
Mutual Tel. 002; P. O. Box 387.
NOTICE is heieby given that Lai
Yoi k haa assigned to me all his
interest iu thu linn iiamo of Wing Slug
Chan, tailor Bhop, No. 40 Niiuiimi sticet.
Feb, 10, 1802. 310 lw
MISS von GKRIOIITKN'S Adults
Dancing Class will ho EVKUY
WKDNESDAY, fiom T;30 to KU00
t. m., at tho Aroi Hall, 3l5'.)t
Fur Mouldings, Frames,
I'ustelH, Arte types, Photo
gravures, Etchings und
everything in the line of
pictures, go to King Bros.,
Hotel street. j,,,
(i tub Picture tliatis Tarned Towarfltlie Wair
Moral: T)iniui gang uwa' for h bsiublu whim we can
ye a butter ane for less loeh . tit hainu.
The only genuine IIavii nmj iiiixa in the Kingdom is
HAWAIIAN HARDWIRE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckcls' Bank, Honolulu.
PR ELIMIN ARY STATEMENT. "
Society of the
JANUARY I, 1892.
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
SURPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
New Business Written in 1891 $280, 000, OOP. OO
Assurance in Force $SOO, OOP, OOP. 00
The 32d Annual Statement will be issued hereafter ; in
the interval the foregoing figures will show approximately
the chief- items of the account.
ALEX. J. CARTWRiCHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Gentlemen Attention !
BEAD THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU A POINTER.
UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS. Come and sec the re-enforced
Unlaundriod Shirts that we are selling for CO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. Wo have a full line of Gauzcr
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MEN'8 SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briKgan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that wc arc selling for 25 cents a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-lland and Ties of all kinds.
tSr Sec our White P. Kj. Scarfs that wc arc selling 2 for 25 cents ,
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for $1, they arc good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
I Q4 Foit Street, - - Honolulu.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !
100 Fort Mircct.
figy- On and after tho 1st day of April, wo intend to do a strictly CASH busi
ness. All outstanding bills wc vvUh paid bufoiu that date.
Our Clearance Sale will Continue until April 1st.
Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons,
Notions, silks, Satins, Surrahs, Wool Dross Goods, Cotton, Sheetings,
Linen-., Cm talus, Portiuios, Bed Spieads, Uugs, Hoys' and Gent's
Clothing, Hats, (straw and fult)) Cups, Trunks, Hugs,
ValUcs, t'olUis, Cuffs, Shltts, Underwear, Etc.
86y Call and sco for yourself tho liberal dlsootiuU wo aio offering for CASH. -i
HOLL1STER & CO.,
lOO Fort Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
, - 'uj-MNKW GOODS BY
In this (inlet llttlo city lives a couplo
with one child,
A ghl beloved by all, until, you hot,
By the Influence of fult-o friends, and
fnliy ad. beguiled,
She sent to 'Frlco for a dinner set.
She bought a "cheap nnd nasty," and
paid an awful price,
And even this mUfoitune was not all;
When her father inv the pieces tears of
iiigulh tilled hi" ejes,
And he went and turned her picture to
Theie'i a thought that's never spoken
And a pocket bonk th'U's bioken,
Tlicie's u ilinuci -ut that's thrown out
lu the stall.
And a pad and wiser daughter
(Tor evpL'ticiice his tuiijjlit her),
Audapicturcth.it is turned towaid tho
EVERY tSTEAMElt.xOt-fl M