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MONDAY, FHB. 22, 1892.
Stinr lihiau from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Clatidino from Hawaii
Stmr Mlkaluiin from Ka ai
Stmr Waialealc from Haniaktia
Sttnr Iwalani from Ilnmakua
Muir Loll 1111 fi 0111 llainakua
Stmr .las Makee from Kauai
Stun- .Mukolll from Molokai
ll II M S l'lieasant, Huutor Blair, from a
Stinr Hawaii for llainakua at 4 p in
Stmr. las Makee for Kauai at 4 p 111
Stinr O K Bishop for Kahukii and Puna-
luu at 2 p 111
Am bk Albeit, Winding, for San Fran
cisco Stmr Mokolil for Molokai at 5 p 111
Am bktne V II Dimoud. Nelson, for
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
rstuirMikahala for Kauai at 5 p 111
Stmr Waialealc for ports on Kauai
rttnir Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at
10 a 111
Stmr Clauditie for Maul and Hawaii at 5
Stmr l.eliua for Nun and Papaikou, at 5
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Clauditie 12,207 bags sugar, 85
bags corn, 110 bags taro, 18 hides,
103 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Mikahala 5337 bags sugar, 10
calves, 1)1 green hides, 54 bags pla.
Stmr Kiuau 12,824 bugMigar, 1;I7 pkgs
hides, 185 bags potatoes, 123 bags
corn, ISO pkgs sundries.
Stmr Mokolii 050 bags sugar, 12 head
cattle, 1 horse and 32 sheep from
Stmr Kaala 1000 bags sugar.
Slnir Iwalani 5C01 bags sugar.
Stmr Waialealc 3470 bags sugar.
Stiiir.Tas Makee 2500 bags sugar.
Stmr Lulnia 2700 bags sugar.
From Maui, per stmr Claudine, Feb 21
XV C Wilder, G V Wilder, Mrs .1 K
Hobiun, Miss E Wilbur, Miss U Corn
well, Miss N White, Sirs E F Kniitz, Mrs
Baxter, i A Thurston, E C Maefarlane,
B K Dillingham, G I Fitch, E Laws and
wife, .1 XV Colvllle, Father Gulstau, A
Enos, and 51 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Feb
21 Hon G N Wilcox, II 11 Wilcox. W
O Parke, Jr. H C Perry, II W Schmidt,
11 von Holt and wife, Miss D Mossmaii,
F Willielin, M ilartmaii, C II Bishop, 1
Chinese, and 34 deck.
From Maul and Hawaii per stmr Kl
11.111, Feb 21 From the Volcano: 11 C
hyon and wife, L F Dayis and wife, Geo
F Brown, II D Johnson, E Foote, Jr, E
U I.obdell, W l Youugs, E A Sparrow,
Mrs .1 S Patterson, Master W E Patter
son, Mrs D G Witlelleld, Mrs F A Little
Held, L II Little-Hold, Dr XV G Burding
ton, K T Wing, W C Vipoud, W L Spl
dell, J Klrstun, O F Fisher, A G Prik
liark, K It Dempster, XV XV Brimur, J .f
Willliiuis From Illlo and wayports: XV
AV Goodale, Geo II Williams, B II
Brown, K Smith, O E Kicbardson, 11 A
Lyman, Jr, IC Kurreya, E V Barnard, J
B Hopkins and wife, Miss L F Smith,
Koke and son, Hon S M Damon, Get)
Campbell, C L Wight, T It Key worth, II
Lose V Northrup, W Berlowitz, Mrs
Kerchoff ami sou, and 102 deck.
From llainakua, per stmr Iwalani, Feb
21 Hon J Mursden, A Horner, It M
Overeml and wife, and 30 deck.
' From Molokai, per stmr Mokolil, Feb
21 Ills Excellency O N Spencer, C
(Jreighton, Bight Itev HUhop Willis,
Hon D Dayton, and 4 deck.
For San Francisco, per hktno W II
Dimond, Feb 22 Dr O Jl SchuIU and
Fop San Francisco, per bark Albert,
Feb' 22 Mrs Lylo, X CumpbMl and soil,
)r It P Muyprs and wife, Mrs Wilbur
and daughter, Itey Frank N Greely, wfu
Tio 4-masted schooner Transit ru
pelyed her llrst Installment f Hawaii's
principal export this morning from tho
Captain Penuallow will probably fin
ish discharging the Alice Cooke of her
Tho brig Douglas lias been moved to
the XV. S. 8. Uo.'s wharf, where she will
loud with sugar for Situ Francisco.
The bark Maima Ala lies near the P.
M S S. wharf receiving sugar from the
steamers Lelitia and 1 laudiue.
The baikentlue W II Dimond, Nelson,,
master, tailed to-day for tho Coast with
5300 bags sugar, shipped by II. A. Wide
uiauii, 51)30 bags sugar, hv W. G. Irwin
vt Co. Douivstiv Y'duc, 10,778,00.
The lark Albeit, winding, nifUtur,
sailed to-day for S.m Fraiiut)Q wlh the
following cargo of sugar: 11,101 bags
sugar,. weighing l,Uii2.fi 3 pounds, ship
pell bv 11 Haekfeld & Co; (1220 bags
sugar,' weighing 778,023 pounds, shipped
by M, S. Grlubaum !fc Co The whole
cargo was valued at tU3,t;3(l.05,
The .1. G. North Is at Mahukona load
ing sugar ior San Fianulsco, and expects
(0 getaway about 22d lust. (Monday).
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Australia from tho Const to-morrow.
Diamond "Head, 3 p. 111. Weather
clear; wind fresh west.
Tub Heaver Saloon expects Mr.
Oyster by U10 S. H. Australia to-morrow.
A wiini: man, tnutu on tlio steamer
Iwalani, is undor uriosl charged with
11 penal oil'onse.
Quitk 11 nuinbur of people, to escape
the sultry town air, ongngud in lovely
sea bathing nt Waikiki.
Huh Jlajesty the Queen will give
u fancy dress ball to children this
evening at tho l'alaoo.
Thk weather was so clear yesterday
that Molokai was plainly visible from
the vicinity of Diamond Head.
Thkkr will be no concert at Emma
Square this evening, owing to the
band's being engaged elsewhere.
The Raymond tourists returned on
the steamer Kinau yesterday, well
pleased villi their Volcano trip.
Tin: Honolulu Arinn will celebrate
George Washington's birthday with u
tlunce at Arion hall this evening.
Tub baik Albeit and barkentine XV.
H. Dimond sailed to-day for San
Francisco. An ocean race is expected.
Mns. and Miss Welbur returned on
the bark Albert to-day after a short
vacation in thoPnrndisoof tho Pacific.
Kaiao, one of the natives connect
ed with tho murder at Lanai, is a
brother of Hon. J. W. Kalua, of Wai
luku. Ur to Saturday last no less than one
hundred and one dogs had been shot
by the .Police for non-payment of
Thk Scottisli Thistle Olub will hold
a meeting this ovening, when tho elec
tion of a new Secretary will bo in
Tub Royal Hawaiian band serenad
ed His Excellency J.L. Stevens, Unit
ed States Minister, ai the Legation Hub
Two to 0110 Captain Nelson walks
the barkentine W. II. Dimoud into the
Golden Gate, San Francisco, inside of
With the exception 0 tie usual
batch of Monday inebriates, there
were no cases on trial in the Police
Mns. and Miss Johnson left quite a
number of dissatisfied creditors to
mourn unpaid accounts. It was only
a case of another skipout.
IIev. F. N. Greely, wife and son,
wore passengers on the bark Albert
to-day for San Francisco. Mr. Greely
will be much missed by the Y. M. C. A.
Three employees were discharged
from a single store to-day, and several
more are reported at other business
places, owing to the financial con
traction. A oay uld dine is being had on
board the U. S. S. Pensacola. A boat
race, with shovels as paddles, is one of
(he many novel sports being indulged
in by the sailors.
A bailor on board tho bark Sonoma
refused duty to-day. The police were
notified and the man was brought
ashore and will be locked up till the
vessel is ready to leave.
H. B. M. S. Pheasant returned
from her cruise to Kawaihae to-day,
and anchored in the naval row. While
outside the harbor, the gunboat en
gaged in somo sharp gun practice.
Dn. It, P. Meyers and wife, who
have been hero for a short stay, loft
to-day for San Francisco. During
their visit the doctor and wife have
been the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Geo.
"The Eagle's Nest" is the peculiar
title of one of the most fascinating of
tho new orchestral selections which
will bo rondered by the Hoyal Hawai
ian Otcheslra next Saturday night at
tho Opera lloui-o.
The young guests of tho fancy dress
ball at tho Palace to-night ure not re
quired to bring their invitation enrds,
but only requested to bring cards
bearing their mimes and the respect
ive characters assumed.
At noon to-day a salute of twenty
one guns was fired from tho U. S. S.
Pensacola and the shore battery, in
commemoration of George Washing
ton's natal day. Tho vessols in iiort
are making a gorgeous display of
Tub Hoyal Hawaiian band will give
a concert at thu Hawaiian Hotel to
morrow (Tuesday) evening. On Mon
day evening another concert will be
given at the same place in honor of
thu Raymond tourists, it being their
intention of leaving on tho S. 8. Aus
tralia on Tuesday.
Mk. David Watso, hum of tho
gang at work on tho Pali road, denies
tlio report that he wan guilty of charg
ing toll to certain lishormeii who
passed over from the other side on
Saturday. Ho says tho roport was
lirot started by Bush, in order to get
lii tn out ot the lob and tlio nositiun
awarded to one of his political agents
nt Koolau. The information reached
the Bulletin through a member of
thu Bond Board, who had got it from
one o( tho fishermen claiming to be
FROM HOTEL DELL0NE.
Mr. C. W. Reed, proprietor of the
Hotel Dellone, Omaha, one of the
finest new and modern hotels in the
west, snys of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy: "Wo uavQ used it Jn OUt
family for years wSlii Uie most satis
factory rOMlltj eajippially far our
children, for colds and croup. It can
be depended upon; besides it is
pleasant to take und seems to bo free
from chloroform and tho oily sub
stances put into many couih mix
tures." 50 cent uudSl pottlea, for
sale by ul dealers. Mensem, mitll
& Co., agents, f
REVOLTING TRAGEDY !
Three Mini to Fanatics
A Fourth Victim Shockingly
Tortured by Fire,
WORK OF A CRUEL
Puulolo und Ton Acoomplicos Under
Commitment in Oahu Jail
A much worse tragedy was enacted
on the island of Lanai this month
than the first dark and vague reports
of the uncanny conduct of a family
there made evident. By the Kinau
on Sunday morning there arrived in
Honolulu two ofllcers in charge of
eleven persons committed to jail for
trial on the charge of murder. There
is u twelfth person who has been ac
cused of murder, in connection wijh
the same blood-freezing horror, left
lying in jail at Lauaina charged with
participation in the crimes, while be
ing himself one of the sufferers from
the brief but frightful reign of fana
ticism at the hamlet of Awalua.
The prisoners comprise live women
Puulolo (the principal), Kanoe,
Kunoena, Nnwai and Kahikina, and
six men Kala, Kakaio, Kealakaa,
Keola, Keliikuewa and Kcaluknaliilii.
Puulolo is charged with three mur
ders, one of thcln wholly her own
cruel work. The others are charged
with participation in one or both of
two of the murders with which the
principal is charged. According to
the commitments, the first murder
was the killing of Kalaliilii, a nephew
of Puulolo's and a child of only six
years, in which the murderous ka
huna was assisted by nine of the
family group, on the night of Febru
ary 11. Puulolo is charged singly
with the murder of Puni, whom she
beat to death with a club, tho night
of February 2. The same night
Kaholokai was seized by the assist
ants of tho priestess, while she beat
him with a club into unconscious
ness. She is supposed to have fin
ished him after the retirement of the
other's. Early in the morning the
hut was burned down, and the fana
tics threw Kaholokai's body into the
1'aa, who i3 in jail with his wife at
Lahaina, was one of the first ones to
be attacked for his scepticism of the
powers of the priestess. He is a
brother of Puulolo and bis treatment
gives some idea of the intensity of
her malignant frenzy. By her orders
he was held down, while the devilish
wench roasted his face, arms, and
body with a burning torch composed
of rags dipped in grease. I he fore
going is a summary of the crimes for
which the prisoners await trial. Be
low will be found a history of the
awful tragedy, in which the motives
already hinted at are made more
The following facts are gathered
from the report of Deputy Sheiiff
Sam. F. Chillingworth, Wailuku, to
On Monday the 15th inst. a boat
arrived at Lahaina from Lanai, bring
ing information of several deaths at
Awalua, Lanai. A constable from
Lanai and two witnesses came by the
boat, on hearing whose statements
Captain of Police Hose rodu to Olo
walu, and thence telephoned an ac
count of the affair to Wailuku.
Sheriff T. W. Everett instructed
Deputy Sheriff Chillingworth to scntl
Deputy Sheriff Makalua of Lahaina
and Capt. Hose at once to Lanai,
make a thorough Investigation, ami
report to tho Sheriff at Wailuku with
all possibles despatch. Deputy Alalia
lua having earache confined himself
to holding a consultation with the
Police Justice and finally swearing out
a warrant for twelve persons named
by a woman Kahuc, who had come
from Lanuj willi the ol((cer. Capt.
Hose, taking somo olllcers with him
went in a boat to Lanai, where, em
ploying horses for himself and three
ollloers, ho proceeded to Awalua,
Arriving theru ho arrested the twelve
persons named in the warrant, and
brought them together with n num
ber of witnesses to Lahaina on Wed
Capt. Hose after lodging his pri
soners in jail rode to Wailuku and
reported his action to Sheriff Everett.
The Sheriff directed that Mr. Chill
ingworth should go to Lahaina and
attend to the case, und in pursuance
of his instructions the Wuilnku
Deputy arrived at Lahaina early
Friday morning tho l'Jlli inst. He
found that tlio prisoners (with tho
exception of Pua nl iits wife, Awili
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iutr und oliurgCd with murder, und
their cases postponed, awaiting the
return of Hose from Wailuku, until
On Mr. Chilliugwortu's arrival the
prisoners were again remanded until
Saturday morning, hi tho meantime
tho p.eputy-Hh'cnff, worked up tho
case, und taut day presented charges
Puulolo (w., for the murder of
Pujil (w.) on Friday, February 12,
Kala (k.), Kaknio, Kealakaa, Ke
ola, KclUfcuwewa, Kanoc, Kanocna,
Nnwai, Kahikina and Puulolo (leu in
all), for tho minder of Kalaliilii on
February 11, 181)2.
Puulolo, (w.), Kakaio, Kala, Kc
oln and Kealakanliilii (five), for tho
murder of Kaholokai, on February
Defendants had a local lawyer for
counsel. They pleaded not guilty,
waived examination and were com
mitted for trial at next June term,
Circuit Court at Wailuku.
Pan (k.) and A will his wife arc in
tho jail at Lahaina. Pan was tl 0
first one abused, having been tcrrib y
burned about the face and upper
portion of the body, with a torch in
the hands of Puulolo, Pun being hold
by tho others during the binning.
He is under tho treatment of Dr. Da
vison nud, although his injuries arc
shocking, he will probably recover.
It is quite evident, in the opinion of
Deputy-Sheriff Chillingworth, that
Pita could not have had anything to
do with the subsequent tenible occtti
rences His wife would testify as to
what was done after his torturing.
Mr. Chillingworth gives the follow
ing connected narrative of the case,
as gathered from his investigations:
"All of tho defendants now in jail
and the murdered persons resided at
Awalua, n small landing place on
Lanai, there being at that place only
four houses two storehouses belong
ing to Mr. Hayseldcn and two other
houses, one n frnme house owned by
Kahtiu (w.) and the other n grass
house occupied by the parties to the
"Puulolo went to Honolulu and re
lumed from there about two months
ago, and on her return claimed to bo
possessed of supernatural power, es
pecially in the curing of diseases,
which she claimed were all tho re
sults of evil spirits that entered into
the bodies of people and destroyed
them. After her arrival back from
Honolulu, Puulolo had opportunity
to show her skill by the treatment of
two young people (ono of whom was
the boy Kala whom she since beat to
death). These patients she appeared
to cure by necromancy, and her
power was at once acknowledged by
the rest of the villagers (who by tlio
way were all related to each other
cither by blood ties or marriage).
"Probably emboldened by her suc
cess and power Puulolo went from
one extravagance to another. She
claimed that at intervals she had a
spirit or god that entered her and
gave her the power to detect the evil
spirits that had entered other people,
und she played the role of kahuna
with sovereign power. In fact, as
some of the 'unfortunate, misguided
people sav, she was their 'Queen and
"The different murders were com
mitted under her instructions, that a
I devil needed to-bo driven out of tho
person attacked. Any attempted
questioning was promptly punished
by her orders to the people around
her. They were afraid of her and
afraid of each other, none knowing
whoso turn would come next, and
each and all afraid to refuse the exe
cution of her orders, fearing that his
fellows would be ordered to inflict
summary" nunishmeut to drive out
the devil that had prompted the dis
obedience. "So the dismal details of crime,
fanaticism, and superstition, follow
ed rapidly on one another through
the days and nights of the week of
the murders, until, encouraged by
the presence of some outsiders, some
of her deluded followers turned on
her and tied her and her husband
up, to be so found by the olllcers on
their arrival with the warrants of ar
rest. "Last night 1 went to the jail and
had Puulolo brought to me for exam
ination. She impresses me as a more
than clever schemer with a cruel na
ture. She unhesitatingly admitted
tho deaths of tho three persons and
the burning of Pan, but denied alto
gether any knowledge of the cause
of death of the woman Puni or of
the boy Kala. She says that Kaholo
kai (k.) must have been killed by the
burning of the house. She admits
that she was present at the other two
deaths, but Knows of no cause. I
sat with tho woman for over an hour,
questioning her closely as to the facts
of tho case, but could not cither con
fuse lmr or gain any admissions from
"So fur as I can detect, there is
not tho slightest tracu of humility
about her, and, coupling tho results
of my examination with tho state
ments of the others as to Her in
structing Hie burning of Hie house,
and other movements to conceal the
criin.es committed, I heliovo her to bo
perfectly sane, but given ovor eu-
tiroly to hor lovo ol powor and the
indulgence of a terribly cruel na
ture." Mr. Chillingworth asks for instruo
tions us to Hut exhumation of tho
bodies for the purposes of evidence,
Dr. Davison having advised him that
decomposition would have destroyed
traces of violenco in tissues and llcsh,
and fractures of bone could be dis
covered later as well as now. The
Deputy-Sheriff gives high praise to
Capt. Hoso, for the energy ho dis
played in arresting tho accused und
Notice to Savings BaoH De
DKPOSITOKS lu tho Hawaiian
Pootul Savings Hank, who
have not had Intel et for 1891 en
tered In tludr pus.i-ui.oks, will please
forward tfu'm aT ONCK to tho
General Pot UIIL-o, Honolulu.
351 It Poituiabter-Ueneral.
A BIG SCARE
Usually hni some foundation to start on.
It l nhvay nthKible. however. In lie
prepared for emergeiK-It-. Smallpox Is
iiH'U llilo seniuge; .spread" taplilly by
contagion or liit'Ttiou, mid piovc'fatnl
neai ly always. The doctors npprcci.ito
thu Impoiti'iui'c of vaccination nml we
judge a great many are ltilhviu-cd by
tin ir medieal knowledge, ami aie taking
this necc.ary preentttlon.
We hail Miiiie Vaccine Virus arilvo
hi ill" last steaiiii'i We believe Ibis Is
tin- lb-si lot th H lias eonic since the
Mini l'" seiie'" ii'id is the only fresh
V 1 in be b ' In the icalni.
men! is nffeied till
to lay lu a clock of
eholcij Toilet naps
ai wholesale pi lee.
( olgate & Oo.'s
viaps have a world
wide tetiiitatlon for
ii-inir one of the
In st grades manu
you re under Hie
'iiilii'cssion that all
these soaps aie ex
pensive. You'll be
stirpiised to learn
some nt Hum-good toilet soaps are. If
you have been using a cheap grade soap
on the scoro of economy you won't in
I'lease note that this munlllceiit offer
expires nextTUKSDAY, Feb. 23ul, and
until then it will be our soap week ami
you can buy good toilet soap cheaper
than ever bufore.
Drop in while waiting for a car and
view oui Soap display and eat ly away
some of the sweet odors, If nothing moie.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Cornor Port iK ivlntc t-ttrtjotn.
ENTERTAINMENT BY THE
Y. M. C. A.
TUESDAY EVENING, Feb. 23d,
AT H O'CLOCK,
Vocal and Instrumental Music.
Assisted by the Camera Club
lilion of Lanlcni Slides
Tickets, - - 50 Cts.
This Hotel has recently added a large
Single Rooms 1 Baths Attached
wmaii will in: i.r.T
AVltli or Wltliout lloiird.
THK regular animal meeting of thu
Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co. will be
held nt their otllee hi Wailuku, .Maui, on
SATUKDAY, March 12, 1892, at 10
o'clock A. M. XV. II. DANIKLS,
:ilii 23t Secretary II. F. & T. Uo.
ANNUAL MI2ETI NG.
I HE adjourned annual meeting ot the
shaieholders of the Houokaa Sugar
Company will be hold on WKDNKS
DAY NKXT, the 2tth inst., at 'J a. si.,
nt the olllee of F. A. Sehaefcr it Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 19, 1892. :l'. fit
rTMIE stockholders of thu Hawaiian
I Agricultural Company will please
take untieu that a special iiu'ctiii!; of thu
Company will be held at the olllee of C.
Urewer fc Co., Queen street, on MON
DAY, Feb. 2'J, 1HU2, at 10 A. m to con
sider important business.
J. O. CAHTEU,
Secretary II. A. Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 15, 1&'J2. .113 2w
nPHE stockholders of tho Haualel
X. Sugar Mill Company will please
take notice, that a special meeting of the
Company will be held at the olllco of ('.
Urewer & Co., Queen street, on MON
DAY, Feb. 29, 1S92, at 11 o'clock A. M ,
to consider Important business.
J. O. OAKTEIt,
Secretary II. S. M. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 15. 1892. ill'. 2w
HpilE Stockhoblora of Wiillieo
1 Company will nlease take
that a Special Meeting of the Company
will he held at the Olllco of O Urewer
and Company, on THURSDAY, the
2.1th Instant, at in o'clock a. in.,, to cou
Mdcr Important business.
Secietarv Walheo Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1U92. aid tit
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A SPKCI L meeting of the sliare
iV holders of the Pailllo Sugar Mill
will hu held on WKDNKmDxV Nl'.XT,
thu 21th Instant, at 2 r. m at thu olllco
of F. A. Schaefer & Co.
Honolulu, Kub, 19, 1892
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ONE Cottage to let on
Punchbowl stieot, En
quire of L. ADLER,
111 N'uuauu st. shoe stoic.
A LARUE Itiilldlng Lot
corner Kewalo street
and Wilder avenuu: area 21..
acres. Hue locality, lot unt easy. I'rieo,
apply to .I011N. F. COLIIUUN.
For Mouldings, Frames,
Pastels, Artotynos, Pliolo
gravuroH, Etchings and
everything in tlio line ol'
pictures, go to King l$roH.,
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Not through the keyhole but walk in boldly and see whal we have.
You probably think you know through our advertisements, but you haven't
a soupcon of an idea ; wo cannot tell you half the different thing3. These
ads arc merely invitations, though we f"qucnlly invito your inspection of
our IIAVILAND CHINA and FISCHKK'S iJANCJKS. Wo have two floors
and three warehouses filled with goods smi-ible tn your wants.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprooki-ls' Bunk, Honolulu.
Society of the
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000.000.00
SURPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
New Business Written in. 1S01 $230, OOP, OOP. 00
Assurance in Force $SOO, 000, OOP. 00
Tlio 32d Annual Statement will be issued hereafter ; in
the interval the foregoing figures will show apnroximately
the chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for JTawaiian Islands.
Gentlemen Attention !
HEAD THIS AND IT WILL GIVK YOU A. POINTER.
UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS. Conic and see the re-enforced
Unlaundricd Shirts that wo arc selling for CO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. Wo have a full line of Gau.e,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
WIEN'8 SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Hal
brijjgau, Black or Fancy Colored ; look nt our Naturnl Cot
ton Sock that wo arc selling for 25 cents a pair.
IVlEtt'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment ; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-Hand and Ties of all kinds.
8" See our White I K. Scarfs that wc arc selling 2 for 25 cents;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for 81, they are good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street,
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !
IOO Fort Street,
Bo?- On and after tho 1st day of April, wo inieml to do a strietly OASH busi
ness. All oiitxtitiiiliiig bllln bci wish pahi befotu that il.ltu.
Our Clearance Sale will Continue until April 1st.
Gloyes, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons,
Notions, Hilks, Satins, Surmhs, Wool Dress Ooodn, Cotton, Sheetings,
Linens, Curtains, l'orlierus, Bed Spreads, Rugs, I!oy' and Gent's
Clothing, Hats, (straw and felt); Caps, Trunks. Hags,
Valises, Collars, Cuffs, Shirts, Underwear, Eto.
Bay Call and see for yoiuvi'lf iho liberal discounts wo are offering for OASH. -X54
HOLL3STER & CO,
IOO iort Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco-
AGENTS FOR TJI13 LEADING
IdrNKW GOODS BY KYKKY STKAMKlt. -a
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