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The Equitable Life Assuranc
Society of the United States.
Liabilities, 4 lucent
New Basin can Written, in. 1SD1
uiwieo m Jfow
TIuj o2d Annual Statement will bo issued hereafter; in
the interval the l'oregoing figures will show approximately
the chief items of the account.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WAKE, TIN WAKE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General IfercMise,
Blake's Steam Pumps ,
WILCOX & GIBE'S, AND REMINGTON
'8 B 0
11 OK' C fi,Xlfll-rJP.
Aftei taking Stock we offei Mipeiior values for les than founer prices in everv
C1IKN IMH I OK'i'lEl.'ES, FJtOM iU.SO Ul'W. KD,
Jndiess Ac 3lilii-eix't-. fcroi-Homr
AT ALL bTYJ.ES AND J'KIUES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUM.
fcOtK-. AND .SCAKFS AT COST,
ta Diesbinakliig under the iiuin.igciiieut of MISS K. CLAKKE.
COKKJaJt FOllT Ofc HOTEL STREETS
GENUINE!-FOSTER KID GLOVES l-GEMHE !
IX ALL to I. cms.
vni Hoiu i;i- ou- wMn ut si co n i?.ii
A Laige Aboitiiient of Einbioldeiy; Oriental, Chiffon, and Toichon Laces.
EST At Jtcdiiced Puces! -&t
i$. EIIRLIC1I Ss CO.
100 Fort Stteet. - Ifcrower Itlm-k.
HOT On and nftoi the 1-t day of April, ve intend to do a strictly CASH busl
lieM. All outstanding bilN we vvl-h paid befow that date.
Our Cloarance Sale will Continue until April 1st.
Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Embroidery, Laces, Ribbon ,
Notions, Silks, Satins SiihuIin Wool Diess Goods. Cotton, Sheetings,
Linens, CuiiiiiiiB, i'oitierux, Bed hpieads, lings, Boys' and Gent's
Clothing, ilatB, (stum and felt); raps, Ti links. Hags,
Vniii-ub, ("ollaih, Cuffs, Shiils, Umlei vv ear, Etc.
Call and ko foi jouuelf Hit lluei.il
Hawaiian Wine Co,,
28 it IK) MLKOHAKT STJtKKT.
ALL piuties who have left vviilrlii'n oi
clolk with A. A. Doilon, Wiil
luku, Maul, foi ieialiB aio hen linoll
tleil to ulalui their piopcitj wlihin sixty
Uaj, us they will bt ikb.iiied fioiu
fhiiinlng thuieafter, he having gone out
of biibiut'Ss, Claims to bo t-eut to M.
ICi'kuit, ut Mr, JK)i Ion's late plaui of
hushius, Wuihiku, or to tho under
feigned. TllOri. KU'i'J',
iHb lm Honolulu.
HeBSBT&"5flTlBH-irtn WBSiB 9
I'OJK S A I ,K
.... S13o, 000,000.00
dUcounts we aie offering for CASH, -a
8 Sausages ! Sausages !
T'KESH Hologn.i, Liver 1'iidding.
F Illood Piiihllug, Head Ohuuoe.
Kiankfint baiisae, Vii una Sausage and
1'iiHs I'oik Sausage always on band and
dclivciul to older by
GEO 1). SCIUtAEDElt,
192 Foil slieet. two doois above the
t" Mutual Tel. 710. :t!3 Ilin
T N.VJ'JtUOTIOX In Kieneh, Kpanlsli
I and Latin given by Piofecsor I"
Louihaitl, Unlvi'islty Graduate. Classes
and private cmoiis. Giaiiiinar or con
vi i.-alion, Highest ciedentiaU fioiu
Fiance and California. Tenns mode
latu. i'aitlculais fioiu lliii Flench
Consul, 01 at Mrs. Cowes', near Y. M.
O. A. 318 1 in
" AJtT CLA8SKS.
VJ lt.lt. C. I1AHNFIKLI) holds classci-
III in Diawlug and Painting at his
xtudlo, Hotel ntieet, hack of Uis. Ander
ton ,V Lundy. till tf
island Siielis and Curios !
IV HOLLSALK and ictall. i heap foi
T cabh, at 101 1'ort Mieet, between
KliU'lf ill v goods btoio and Fiauk
Geil'b eliou btoiu.
53 It T, TANNATT.
In His Boot!
An interesting incident oc
curred at a wedding in Nyack,
N. Y., recently, says tho Al
bany Argus. All went mer
rily until the bridegroom was
called upon to produce the
wedding ring. In vain he
felt in his trousers' pocket
for the indispensable article.
Nothing could be found ex
cept a hole, through which
the ring had evidently fallen
into his boot. "What was he
"Take your boot off," said
at the domi-
ins boot, the ring was found,
also a hole in his stocking,
and the minister remarked,
evidently with more than the
ceremony in mind, "Young
man, it is time you were mar
For appropriate Engage
ment or "Wedding Rings, in
new ideas and odd shapes,
Notice to the Public !
The Hawaiian Soap Works
Is still In existence at the old stand,
Lclco, and has. been so since the year
1835. I am pieparcd to put up Soap at
the following prices:
$4.50 per Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00
per 100 lbs. in Bulk.
50 Cents each allowed for empty con
tainers returned in good order.
BSy Weight for weight no rival cou
cun can supply nfe good an uitlclc for
the sailie prices.
fiSTTho only Practical Soap Boiler
In tho Hawaiian Islands.
THOMAS W. RAWLINS,-
Steamer for Victoria & Portland
The S. S, ZAMBESI
Will be due nt this port from China and
Japan on or about March 1st,
and will leave soon after for
Victoria & Sound Ports.
8Sf Kor tonus of tieight and passage
352 lot THEO. H. DAYIES &?0.
ELECTION oi" OFFICERS.
AT the adjourned annual meeting of
tho stockholder of the C. lirewcr
A Company held thK day, the following
weie elected Olllccis of tho Coiporation
to seivo during the ensuing year:
Hon. J. O. Caiter i &
Geo. II. Kobeitson Treasurer,
K. F. KNliop Seowtaiy,
lion. W. F. Allen Auditor
Hon. C. It. Ulbhop, 11. Watei house, Esq.,
S. C. Allni, Esq.
K. F IUSHOP,
Seciotaiy I. IJievvcr it Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 18U2. Ull lm
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
T the annual uieellng of the Mock
hnldeis of the. People's Ice & Ko
fi Igeiating Co, held this day the fol
lowing poisons weio elected as olllccis
for the em-uliig year:
dona. Austin Ptesldont,
Win F Allen Vice-Piesideutj
L. O. Abies Ticasuror,
G. P Custlu Seoiotary,
T, W. Hohion Auditor.
The above named olllcerf constitute a
Boaid of Directors.
T. W. HOHHON,
Iloiiolulu, March 1, IHU2. 35U lvv
ELECTliiN ol- OFFIUEKfT.
AT the annual meeting of tho Ha
waiian Agricultiii.il Company held
this day, tho following poisons weio
elected oillccia for the I'liiieut year:
Hon. C. it. IlWnq Piesidoiit,
Sain'l 0. Allen Vico-Piesldeit,
Geo. H. Kobeitson Tieasuier,
J. O. Caiter Secietaiy,
Tom May Auditor.
S. C. Allen, Chas. M. Cooko and W. O.
J. O. OARTEK,
Seeiy. Haw. Ag. Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 18U2. 325 3m
G1 IVE J. L Mkyku the Painter a call
T and huveyourPaperllaugiligdoiie
pidmptly and neatly 130 Fort street.
I'. O. Box 387. Mutual Telephone
iifi2. lfill tf
For MouldiiitfH, FramcH,
1'aiHtelH, ArlotypoH, I'lioto-
grnvuros, "Etchings and
everything in (he line oi'
pictures', go to King BroH.j
IKWllMnHIIIIIII Jl II MlHllKll '!
Now Is tho tituo for the flidatenf to lay
In n ctock of f withers for next season's
fly dressuiR. Tho boat hackles obtain-
nblo como from tlio docks oi ino cuiiun-,,
which nro now to lw found in great
abundanco in tho markets. Of conrso
tho hackloa of gruno cocks arc- raoro do
nirablo, but ttaov can rarely bo had ex
cepting by thono who brood thoo birds,
or who aro no fortunate ntoh.ivofnonds
who do so.
Hiu'ltlra should bo narrow, tapering to
n point, and firm without feeling harsh
when drawn through tho fingers. Select
thoso which aro as near ns possible) 6f tho
same color on both sides. Tho most use
ful colors are brown, black, brown and
gray furnace that is, brown or white
with ti black streak down tho center, and
white. Tho latter are used for dyeing
Tho gray and brown mallard, teal, wid
geon and read head feathers can also be
obtained. They nro found just under
tho wing and on tho back just nbove tin
butt of this wing. Theso aro used hi
drawing tho Abbey, professor, grizzly
ldng, queen-of-tho-waters, etc. Tho vari
ous colored pigeon wings aro also very
useful, and the poultry stalls are full oi
them. If tho angler koops a sharp look
out ho will occasionally find n blue heron
or crow hanging among tho poultry, tho
wing feathers of which aro very neces
sary. The wood duck Bido foathers aro very
useful, but exceedingly hard to obtain;
still now and then thoy can bo found,
particularly among boxes of birds Bhipped
from tho bouUi.
With tho abovo list, including a few
turkey tails, one can tie tho majority of
tho flies used for trout fishing.
Thero aro dyes sold in tho drug stores
that are very easily used; thoy have tho
directions printed on them, and any ono
can dyo his own hackles with littlo
trouble. Tho only thing to look out for
Is tho natural greaso on tho feathers.
This can bo removed by washing in soap
and warm water or alum water. Fix
tho colors by adding a littlo vinegar to
tho dyo and rinse iu cold water. The
hackles should bo tied by tho stoms in
loose bunches of a dozen, first stripping
off tho down. Forest and Stream.
Tho Pour Hundred I.lku to Write.
Young William Waldorf Astor startod
tho literary fad, and ho has vnado a suc
cess of it that is, a literary success; for
tho financial part he cares but little
Recently Mrs Van rtens.selnor Crugor
has taken up authorship, and sho has
been successful. Colonel Elliott Shepard
only a fovy know, onco published a littlo
volume In blnuk verso called "Tho Christ
Child." Ono of his daughters has had
privately published several clover littlo
poems. Edith Kingdon Gould has just
taken up tho pen and written a very neat
littlo articlo soon to bo published in a
Georgo Vanderbilt has a great pen
chant for writing, although his "copy"
is novor seen by profane eyes Onco ho
thought of entering active journalism,
and again has had a novel in mind for
some time. Dr. Seward Webb, another
of tho Vanderbilt family, has also re
cently published a little book on horses
for private circulation. Dr. Webb owns
the largest hackney stud farm in Ameri
ca, and those who havo his littlo book
say it is very well written. Last Christ
mas Mrs. Calvin S. Brlco composed a
very pretty littlo poem, had it printed
and sent it to her friends on Christmas
'day. Edward W. Bok's Letter.
tiluilritono iintl tho CrosHlnc Sweeper.
A well known London minister who
got crushed in tho crowd at tho opening
of St. Martin's free library by Mr. Glad
stone tells an anecdote of the ex-premier's
kindness of heart, on tho authority of a
former vicar. When chancellor of tho
exchequer Mr. Gladstone regularly at
tended this church. A crossing sweeper
in the parish who had been some time
iU, when asked by the vicar if anybody
had been to see lum, said, "Yes, sir,
Mr. Gladstone." "Which Mr Glad
stone?" ho was asked. "Why," was tho
answer. "Mr. Gladstone himself lie
often speaks to me and gives me some
thing at my crossing. Not seeing me ho
asked my mate, who was keepiug it for
me, why I was not there. Ho told him
I w.is ill, and then he asked whore I
lived. So ho came to see mo, and talked
and lead to me." Christian World
A (iooil Tent of tho Ilye.
A trick that is going the rounds just
now is to measure by the oyo tho dis
tance to which you must push away tho
central ono of three silver dollars side by
sido, their circumference touching, so
that the distance from the lower edge of
tho central coin, so removed, shall bo
eqnal to the distance apart of the outer
edges of the two other coins You will
probably do as overy one else does put
tho coins sido by sido and push tho mid
dlo one upward along tho table until you
think yon have dono a rash thing by
pushing'it so far. When you incisure
you will find out. It's an old j)orversity
of tho oye. Lewiston Journal,
piure Jewelry to lie Worn.
There is a demand just now for odd
hits of jewelry, and leading jewelers aro
putting fprth a great stock of fancy jew
elry to bo worn soon. Theso gems and
costly trinkets -will bo worn in tho day
time, which is ono of the greatest sole
cisms in dress. Duder pretext of fash,
ionablo necessity for bonnet pins, buckles,
slides, Cleopatra bangles, cliatolaiuos,
necklets and hair ornaments gold and
jewels will bo freely worn. It is said,
however, that "diamonds will bo an ex
ception, and will bo kept for special
wear." New York Post.
A Skirt Ihut I Nailed.
A most beantiful cloth from whicn
church and promenade costumes aro de
signed is nailed literally nailed with
metal Steel gray Is ono of tho favorite
shades, over which, at intervals of one
inch, nro small steel tacks. Tho same
ornamentation is put on brown cloth,
ind tho entire costume is fashioned from
it. A year or so ago this nailed ma
terial would be objected to on account
of woight, but now no underskirts mo
worn, and tho novelty isnpproved. Now
SAFE AND RELIABLE.
"In buying a cough 'iiciHcino for
children," says II. A. Walker, a
pioiuinent druggist of Ogden, Utah,
"never be afraid to buy Chamber
lain's L'ougli Remedy. Ti ere is no
danger fiom it and relief H always
sure to follow, I particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's bccaiibc I found
it to be safe and reliable." 50 cent
bottles for 6alo by all dealers, lieu
bou, Smith & Co., amenta.
Men Rule Bazaar
Ijiitc A. Jfj. Niiiif Ii'k Store.
To (he Public of the Hawaiian island".
OUlt STOCK OF
DonMNstU' Piinor I'.ittorna
And all Sowing Machine :ut("soi1os Is
now us cnmtilctc as It li posMble to keep
them. Full and compleln slock of
Blank Hooks, School, Note mid Ksercle
Books, Pens, Slates, etc , etc.
Tin: ciiuAriiST lim: or
GUITARS and MANDOLINES
Croquet Sets, Lawn Tenuis,
Rackets & Balls, Bac Brills,
Hats, Caps, Glove, etc
A Woni) Aiiout Pntcnsl Lxpeilenee
piovcsthat it eots 10 percent to keep
bonks, mill at leat fi percent for had
delits, the n Miilt Is we wMi to t-et our
selves straight with the public.
Jfta!? Those who pay eah have no 1 lght
to lie chuigcd the above 15 peicent, and
we have detoriulued to do business the
same way as Is done in San Francisco
on a CASH BASIS only.
Our prices will thus bu tis low ns pur
chasing for c.i-h can make them, and we
feel th.il tho public will not be long hi
lluding out the dlflcicncc.
W. F. REYNOLDS.
At the pi-quest of ji
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. AV. Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting- and AVa-
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
what ho wants to know
in the matter of handling;
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
iidopted by instructors.
For further particulars
II 11 von GERIGHTEN,
Professor of Duncing
Childien (from :Jyiw up waul?) Class
in Ball and Fancy Uincliig and i'livsical
Culluic eveiy Satin day, fioin 2" to 5
r. m. Tonus, .S a month iu advance.
Visltois allowed on Satin day,
Adults' Class iu Ball Room Dancing
every Wednesday, fiom 7::i0 to lO'OO
v. m. Gents, &."; Laities, 8 ( a mouth In
AKION II ,y LL.
Oirur,, : : iNt i'l.it ctifor.
3.-8 1 in
FOIt SALE I
I HAVE on hand at 'Lit-
H tie ISritiiii,"
In Head t allfoiuia .Mulc!
Iioui '.I to 5 yi'iu-a old, many
of vvhlcli will vvelh liom
lOnotollOO lbs. each; 1 Thoroughhied
iloUtelu Hull a vcar.s old (1th of next
.March; 1 Half JeiPey Hull a yeuin old
next May; 5 or U Imioiteil Cows, 'all
gentle, young and have had calve within
past two mouths. Also, for want of use
ami all as good as now. 1 a-t-eated 'ov
eied ('an lage, with pole and sliaftaud
Double Harness 1 Lljiht 2-hoise Lum
ber Wagou, Fisch make and guaranteed
to entry 1000 lbs.; al-o complete .Set
Double Harness for hamo. All of above
property can bu bought cheap.
J. N. WRIGHT,
:ir0 lm P. O. Box L-.2, Honolulu.
rpwo Nicely Furnished
J Jtouius central r located.
I Eiiauliu Bui.i.i;tin Olllce,
ON Queen stieet, between
Alakea and Klclmids.
ttt.. Dleasanl FiiinUlied Room
Wi JL with bath on Heietanla
S&2o&l& btieet near 'I'hnmus Mpuire;
tei ins cheap,
Apply at this olllce.
APaitly Fuinlbhed Hoiiko
opposite the New llao-
ball Grounds, situate at the
coiner of Pllkol ami Lunalllo sueets.
Couifoitably aiianged with hot and cold
water, and other model u linpiovoinents;
will lent furnished or otherwise.
Apply to CH H. J. FIS1IEL.
IP M. Walsh,
It Attoiuey at Law. Olllce iu
Caitwilght Building, ileiehaiii stitot,
iloiiolulu, leb 11-1)2
Import or and Dottier in
Steel aafl Iron Manges, Steves bM Fixtures,
Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, GRAY AND SIIjVISK-PLATKD
LAfVfPS - AND - FIXTURES.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
o. box -ISO.: raa MEk
"WeNl. Co i. .Ts'iiiisiini
All kinds of NEW and SECOND-HAND FURNITURE sold cl.e.uv
for cash at tho I X L.
The I X L pays tho HIGHEST CASH PI? ICE for all kinds oi
Second-hand Furniture, Stoves, Sewing Machines, Etc., Etc.
fijgr IF YOU WANT TO SELL out your Household Furniture in its
entirety, call at the I X L Auction & Commission HoiihU, corner Nuuanu,
and King hlrcoU.
Prompt Returns Made on Goods Sold on Commission
S. W. LEDERER, : : PROIRIETOR,
JS"- Stun Open Mitnnisiy
Telephones,, No. 111). g9" P. O. Box 372.
i .. aa . . a a r.b s
mm mviu:M i nnn si mmu
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea .v treets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh California Roll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
New Goods received by every steamfis from San Francisco.
All oi tiers faithlully attended
older solicited and uacked with caie.
Felephonus, No. 175.-
Oalifornia Wheat, Oat Hay, in large and comum-bod bales; Barley, Rolled
fe Giotind Barley, California & New Zealand OatH, Middlings, Bran, Corn,
Clacked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
Drift d Snow aind Victor Flour I
: Sf J.!i H rJL' I .L, I 5S iO Xt Sf :
vVe keep coiihtantly in t-tock the celebrated Fcitilizers manufactured by Mr.
A. Haas of San Friincifcco, viz.: Bono Meal, Wool Dust and Higli Giade
-Super Phosphates, all of which can be had at bediock prices.
TsUnd nrnVrH pnlieitpd
LEWIS & CO., Ill Foit Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steainei of the O. S. B. Co. fiom California fresh California Roll
Butter, Frozen Oyster and Fresh California Fruits, Fibli, (Janio, Vegetables,
oio., etc. A complete line of Crosse & Blackwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned
& Bottled Goods always on band. Albo, just received rn fretdi line of German
l'utcb.tnd Potted .Meats and Bottled 1'iceerved FruitB, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Binnd Kugar Cured Hums ami Bacon, Now Breakfast Coieals, Cretun Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, tiicily Leiuous and California Riverside
Oranges, Oregon Builiauk Potntocb, Etc., Etc.. Eic. sRlisfac'iou guarunteed.
P. O. Box HO..
MclMTYRE & Br
IMI'OIITKRS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every packet from Eastern States and Europe,
Fresh California Produce by every steamer. All outers faithfully attended
to and Goods delivered to any part of I ho city free of chnrgo. Island orders
snlioitpd. Patinfantinn irnnrantod 1-91
Ni:vv Cummins' Block, Mkhciiant BritUET.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
hoi.iunou foii Tin;
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FIRE INSURANCE PLVCED. COLLEOl'lONS ATTENDED TO.
lliiiitb Collected and lloiues Rented.
&JB Any business unlimited to mo
STYLES OF ARCHITECTURES:
Eastlake, Queen Anne, Reunibsuiicc, Guihie, Italian, Clasalo, NorniAii,
IN STOflE, BRSC5C, IRON OR WOOD.
Best Modern Designs in flcsideiici'sl Cheap Article Cottngos a Specialty!
Complete plans and specifications given; aUo eupeiliiteudeuce of eonsti action.
W OIFICE-CLiltonBltck, cor. King & Fort. Entrance on FottBt.
H j : mutual tel. uo.
Sc Kiti; SSt.ro.-tm.
i'.voniufft till 9 o'tsTock -&s
9 v... VWBll,
to and butibhictiou uuaranteed.
-Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
tnd satisfaction guaranteed.
-P. O. Box 2i7.
-Telephone No. 92.
will lcceivo iironipt attention, mtt
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