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PRELIMINARY STATEMENT. JjJJ
auitalile Life Assurance
Society o( the United States.
JANUARY I, 1092.
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
SURPLUS $ 26,000.000.00
WeivJJitsine Written in JSV1 $'JSO, OOP, OOP. 00
Aasurunce in Force-
The H2cl Annual Statenu'iit will hv. issued heronfler; in
figures will show approximately
chief items of
ALEX. J. OARTWRICHT,
CJcneral Agent f'o'r Hawaiian Islands.
Builders' & Gene.al Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNIMIES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIM WAKE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cuilery & General lercliaidise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
At the request of a
nuinher of our patron),
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. W. Y. ltow, I
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and Wa
ter Coloring, -free of
Mr. ltow has heen in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted hy instructors.
For further particulars
PROF. DR.M G.JAEGERS
' (Uontiinicd .1 'in it paye.)
Mr. Zanc found 'vcryhndy anxious
to know who llir i"ely young creat
ure ou bis arm win, and Miss Nellie
Cuotez his summer acquaintance
could ill conceal her 9111 prise find
displeasure. lliever, after n delay
of a few moment- waiUus: for strag
glers, which was pent in wit and re
partee, llie wliuif party 01 lasmon- 1
able young people, in the best of ,
spirits, set foith again to pounce
upon the wealthy bachelor. He
welcomed them nil with the greatest
cordiality and delight, aud soou his
palatial home was ablaze with light.
Again introductions ivere in order,
and after being himself introduced to
the handsome captain, Wallle said,
"Allow me to intiodneo you to
Capt. Fitzhugh Miss Nye," and
then he wished lie had never come. '
What is it a single glance of an
eye? A smile? The intonation ol
a word? A something and the most
obdurate, stubborn heart sun outlets
a- willing, happy slave forever
after. Poor captain, he who had
passed through many battles, re
ceived n wound that evening from
which be never recovered, lie, met
his ideal. He came to Nye (nigh)
pai don the pun, it is woitii S-.10
B" . MLEBS
.! I OBT
After taking Sloek we eifer Mipeiior values foi
k'-s than foimiT
pi let1- in every
X-.ii dies' Ac
CHENILLE I 0KT1LJIES, FROM U.r.O Ul'W 111),
:iii 1 lxeii V r ot-!-m iiiei
AT ALL J'YLES AND THICKS.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFrS.
!?OlK- AM) SCARFS AT COST.
Dic-t.maMii'r iimlei the maiiagemeiit of MISS K. (,'LAKKE.
COHNJ3K FOKT & HOTEL STUEETS
GENUINE!-FOSTER KID GLOYES ! GENUINE !
IX ALL I OLOJLS.
"Will l)! Ksold for O110 VU at SI GO jl I'nir.
A Laige Assoitmeiit of Embroiilciy; Oiieutal, Chiffon, anil Torclion Laces.
Z&- At Iteiluceil Pure! -
S. Elllll j J OIL & CO.
I herewith appoint Mk. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttrart. the 19th of SetUember, '90.
A FULL ASSORTMENT JUST ARRIVED.
Notice to the Public !
The Hawaiian Soup Works
Is still ill existence at the old stand,
Lcleo, and has heen .so since the year
1S.m. I am piepan-d to put up Soap at
the follow lug prices:
$4.50 per Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00
per 100 lbs. in Bulk.
50 Cents each allowed for empty con
tainers returned m good order.
flfflr Woiirht for weight no rival con
cern can supply ah good an aitlele for
the same prices.
in the Hawaiian
THOMAS W. RAWLINS,
EJECTION of OFFICERS.
T the annual meeting of the Ha
waiian AL'i'iciiltiiiiil Company held
thin day, the following jjci-oii- weie
elected olllcer.- for the eiiiieut yi ar:
Hon. C. K. Bishop PicMilenl,
Sain'l C. Allen Vlee-PieMilenl,
fiuo. 11 Itobeitson TieiiMiier,
.1. O. Caltei becietaiy,
Tom .May A nditor.
S. C. Allen, Ch.is. M. Cooke and Y. O.
,1.0. CAIN ICIi,
Sceiy. Haw. Af,'. o.
Honolulu. Jan. 21, JS!U. SWHin
has ii'centlj added
ALL partluc who hae left watches or
clocks with A. A. Doi ion, Wtil
luKu, Maul, for lepabh aie hen hy unti
tled to claim their pinpcii) wiihlu nixt)
daj, an they will he detuned fioiu
eluiinina theiealtci, he having gone out
of liiii-iufps. Claim- to lie sent to Ml.
Kckait. at Mr. Doiiou' l.tte place uf
biirhiifs, Wallul.il, or to the umlei
signed. TIIO.. NO'lT,
;(!.') liu Honolulu.
Island Sklls and Curios !
.; HOI KSALK and letail. (heap for
Vl cash, at 101 ImiU .-tieet. hetween
Khleir.' diy goods stole aud 1'iaiik
Oeit.V slion stoie.
35!) If T. '1'ANNAT'r.
Single Rooms 1 Baths Attached
which wii.i. in: i.kt
Willi or WIUioiiL lioaiU.
Firewood For Sale !
,' K have jufl iccelved a small 1I of
Yi Algeioha Hiewood which we
uffer for sale m lots to suit miii cash.
MB! m Hl'&TAlHAiCO.
Tho best tliinr to hcnd to i
vour iViwinlH abroad IsK'hih;
JiroH.' llIiiHtrulud Soiivmiir
of Hawaii, which in gotten
nil- ilm nuroose and Ik
I 1IAVK on hand at 'Lll
1 tie llritalu," Honolulu,
4! Head 'Callfoiuia Mules
fioin :t to fj years old, many
of which will weigh fioin
KHKi to 1100 lh8. each; 1 Thoioughhied
Holftein Hull 2 jeurs old Dili of next
Mnieh; I Half .leisey linll II yeais old
next Maj ; ." or 0 Iiupoiled Con, all
gentle, young and have hud calves within
past two mouths. Also, for want of use
and all as good us new. 1 2-eated Cov
eiud Carriage, with pole and shaft tint
Uouhlo Harness; 1 Llaht 2-horse Lum
ber Wagon, Kisch make and gmir.uiteed
to cany HK)0 lb".; also complete Set
Houblo 'Harness foi same. All of above
piopeit) can be bought chtap.
.7 X. WJtlGHT,
:i.M) liu I. O. Hex lr2, Honolulu.
Sausages I Sausages !
IHKSII Hologua, Liver I'uddlng.
V Itlood Pudding, Head Cheese,
Krankfuit Miiisuise, Vienna .Sausage and
l-lne 1'urk hiuisago always ou hind and
deli vend to older by
(1KO. U. BOIIItAKDI-JH,
1.12 Knit stieet. two doors above the
(iei mania Maiket.
pfr iMutualTel, 710, AUi'.Un
IF you want a Kiist-class Job of I'alut
iiig of iiuv deseilntiou done, call on
thu l'raelleal Painter, J. L. Mky"" only.
KorLbtieet iao. I', O. Mux 387. Mutual
.UTeluDUQue Mw. .. 2i
ALL KINDS OF
JBWBLBT H&DB 10 OBOBR
Large and Fine StooK In Hand.
I'll til 1MH
ANVTII1NU YOU ORPKR.
King Street, between Nuuanu
t J ,44. A .
Conlractor -"Sfci. Builder.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mil)., Espla
Manufacture all kinds of Mouldings,
ISnu'l.etR, Window Frames, IIUiuIb,
Hushes, Doors, aud all kinds of wood
woik tlnlfali, Turuiug, Heroll and Baud
.Sawing. All kinds of Hawing and
I'lauluu, Morticing and Tenanting.
EST Orders promptly attended to aud
work- guaranteed. Ordeis from the
other Islands solicited. 1-9
PA PE It II A Mil NGI
GIVK J. L Mkvku the Painter a call
and have your l'aper Hanging done
promptly and neatly. 130 Fort street.
I'. O. Uox S87. Mutual Telephone
CC2, ' " " " ' " 150 U
though and bachelor bliss lusltintl.v
vanished into thinviir and became :i
myth a delusion and a snare. Othors
'did not notice it, but Mr. Wnllic did,
and lie saw breakers ahead to lee
ward and to nigh ha! ha! But
wait, the end is not yet. It soon bc
cainc evident to everyone present
that the beautiful Mrs. Zanc, alias
JMiss Nye, was the favorite ol the
evening, and the marked attentions
shown her by the wealthy host were
noticed by all present. He was ever
by her side, listening to each word
will) a rapt and delighted attention,
and he seemed sparkling over with
wit and vivaciousnuss. The cap
tain danced only with her during the
whole evening, and when not dancing
would lead her away to show her the
different portions of his beautiful
home, anil its rare and costly con
tents, consisting of alunble paint
ings and biica-brac, gathered fiotn
different portions of the earth ; a
very beautiful piece of Goeblin
tapestry, representing a clandestine
meeting by moonlight of two lovers,
heirloom as the captain explained to
ids delighted companion, who seemed
deeply interested and amused. Re
freshments were served and -then
after more dancing along in the wee
sma' houis the paity broke up the
gallant captain escorting Miss Ne
to her carriage, having begged per
mission to call upon her at her home,
and she not seeing her way clear to
refuse, and thinking that in all pio
bability lie would never take advan
tage of the permission to call on her
if granted, hud pleasantly acquiesced
and received a fervent squeeze of the
hand the captain was holding so
fondly as he lingeiingly bid her good
The ride home in the early morn
ing was a quiet one. Wallic seemed
unusually quiet and depressed, while
his fair young wile was absorbed
willi her own thoughts and wonder
ing what stic should do if the captain
should put in an appearance at her
home. The next evening when Wallie
returned from business lie had re
gained his usual cheerfulness, and
playfully twitted his wife of the con
quest she had made of the devoted
captain, and so the days passed, and
the New Year was ushered iu with
the usual acipmpnnimcnt of hoi ns
and bells, and Mrs. Zauc went about
her arrangements for her receptions
during llie day, while her husband
was busy making out his list of calls ;
the surprise party and the incidents
attending it having passed entiiely
out of their minds.
Not so with Captain Fit.hngh.
however. He had never, for a mo
ment, forgotten a certain pair of
sparkling bright eyes, and a t-ilveiy
little laugh was still ringing iu his
eats, and a desire, to look again into
the one apd hear the other was still
strong within him. So very pro
minent upon his list of call for the
day appeared the name of Miss Nye.
We will not attempt to describe the
meeting that took place in Mrs.
Zane's exquisitely appointed little
parlor that afternoon. As a lady of
most charming manners and unusual
control of her feelings she riceived
liiui with apparent delight, chatting
witli him in the most friendly and
unconcerned manner, never once dis
closing by her manneis the troubled
forebodings his undisguised admira
tion of her caused her, but after his
depuiture there was a- troubled look'
upon her lovely face that had not dis
appeared by Hie time her husband
returned, and he ever attention
was quick to notice it, but ntfributett
it to the fatigues of the day, for he
said as he drew her to him and im
printed a kiss upon her forehead,
"Poor little, woman tiied out, ain't
Then to his question as to how
many calcrs she had had and who
they were, she told him about Hie
paptajn ami her fears that he was sin
perp iu the very innrked attentions
shown er, and was possessed of an
honest regard for her.
"O Wallie," she cried, "what bind)
do? Von ipiist remember he be
lieves me a young uuiuarried-woiiiaii.
If we could only move froip the city,
where lie could not lind us. J am bo
ashamed of myself, too, aud ycltlfcrc
is only one wuy out or my trouble as
I can see, and it is to frankly tell
him the truth, which as you see is
full of bitter humiliation for me, be
cause he is a gentleman entirely wor
thy of icspect. 1 promise you, old
boy, you will never, never, lead me
info such another scrape as this."
Wallie laughed and assured his
troubled litllu wife that in all piob
ability she would never see the in
fatuated captain again, aud not to
borrow trouble about it; but in truth
he rea'dy bellaVed the cnplniii was
tic'uaHv in love with his wife, and,
iMnk'rg the way clenr for him, in
tended to pay court to her, and win
her for himself confident that if he
knew the actual slate of affairs
his supposed Miss Nye, was I
ity Mrs. Zane, a married woman, he
was by far loo honorable a gentle
man to permit of hli making love to
another man's wife. But it puzzled
him how to extricate his wife from
these delicate dilllcultics iu which
she would never have become en
tnurjed had he not urged her to ac
company him as an assumed charac
ter ti that confounded surprise party
for which lie blamed himself severely
Consoling himself, however, with the
thought that he would send his wife
to visit his relatives at Minneapolis,
as soon as the weather moderated, ho
gave up worrying about the malter.
Karly in the evening, a week lifter
the above conversation hnd taken
place, Mr. and Mrs. Zane were en
joying the evening at home. Wallie
seated at the piano had just finished
singing u favorite song for ids wife,
when the bell rang and the servant
ushered into the pailor, a moment or
two afterwards, Cnpt. Kil.hugh, who
entered witli his handsome honest
face till wreathed in Miiiles as he ex
tended Ins hand iu gieeliug to Miss
Nye; avowing how delighted he
was to meet her again.
Wallie gieeied him cordially and
then, extending his hand to his wife,
said, "1 will bid you good evening,
Miss Nye, and will call to-morrow
afternoon lor our diive to thu woods
good night." Poor Lunette, her
hand trembled as she look that of
her husband, aud while she thought
he ought to have remained witli her
and supported her in her trouble she
felt that it was bitter perhaps lor
her to make her c mfession anil ex
planation to the captain alone. So
she allowed him to go without a word
or sign, and resuming Iter beat did
her best to entertain the captain ;
and so, at his request, she gladly
took her seat at the piano and sang
for him, feeling it a iclief to be free,
even for a few moments, from the
uumi-lnktihlc admiration in the eyes
ol the c.iptain, which followed her
every motion and never left her an
instant. She saiiL' again and again,
wondering if lie would never go!
In despair, and thoughtlessly, loo,
she sealed herself on the sofa, at the
other end of the room. The captain
instantly perceived llie advantage
and took a seat beside her.
Ah ! poor little Lunette, your pun
ishment is upon you! How often do
llie innocent sulfer for the guilty!
Musleiiug all her self-conlrol and
courage he waited for him to speak.
It was only a moment the captain
Ini;orU',r and Dealer ill
:r i Steel and Iron Ranges. Stoves and Fixtures,
ttnn lit i '
wfeffi1 II mm
Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
P. O. BOX 180
WrN Cor. Niiiiii
; MUTUAL TEL. 1)0. i
Si liiiifi Streotw.
&& All kinds of NEW and SECOND-HAND PUItNITUKK bold cheap
for cash at the 1 X L.
gSaf-'i'hel X L pnye the HIGHEST CASH 1TUCE for all kinds ol
Second-hand Kurniltue, Stoves, Sewing .Machines, Etc., Etc.
SJST IV YOU WANT TO SELL out your Household Furniture in its
entirety, call at the 1 X L Auction & Commission House, euiner Nuuanu
and King stieets.
Prompt Returns Malo on Goods Sold on Com mission
S. W. LEDERER, : : PROPRIETOR.
. o ,
ct Sl..T-r' Open hiiluriiay tv'imis UI1 i) o'clock -i
AujuttaBapyaflacwm-muw:i ! i "jm
Telephonob, No. 11!).-
StT P. O. Box 1172.
kept her waiting then taking one of
her little hands in his, he told her of
his love and begged for one word of
lier encouragement, and pel mission
to pay his addresses. He reminded I soneiieu ana uacKcu wnn eaie.
her of his lonely life and his ability
to care for the choice of his heart.
Mrs. Zanc was deeply alfeeted.
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea ' treets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
roceries, rrovisions, rlonr c reed.
Fresh California Eoll Batter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HANI).
New Goods received by every steamers from San Francisco.
&3 All older faithfully attended to and satisfaction guaianteed. Island
She patiently allowed him to make
his declaration without iutenuplion,
and then witli eyes sparkling with
tears for the pain she knew she was
about lo inllicl, she told him all the
story ol her own and her husband's
folly, and begged ins leniency and
forgiveness. The captain looked
dazed. He arose, walked over to
llie piano as one in a dream, deliber-i
ately took his hat and gloves, then
turning lowaids her said:
"I do not understand, there is
some mistake. You say that man
who just went out that door is your
husband? Surely, I do not hear
aright! Why, he is engaged to marry
Miss Nellie Chotez," and placing one
hand to his forehead he tried to leave
the loom by a door leading into a
passage. Then perceiving his mis
take he returned, and passed thiough
the dour Mrs. Zane had opened. As
he did so, she laid a hand upon his
arm and again asked for ioigiveucss
He looked a long lingering gaze into
those learltil eyes that had become
o dear to him, and in a kind mid
gentle tone said: "Oh, yes, I forgive
you. I lorgivo you, but my life is
mined! mined! 'mined! But I for
give you," and quick as thought he
seized tier in Ids aims and piessed a
kiss upon her lips and the next in
stant he was gone.
Wallie sent his gold-headed enno
to him by expiess the next day. He
had evidently forgotten it iu liis con
fusion. A mouth later, Capt. Filz
hngh was a passenger on an outward
Telephones, No. 175.-
-Oor. Edinburgh & Queen Sta.
Xffc g 9B
'bb 3 Un
-OFFER FOR SALE
California Wheal, 0.it. Hay, in huge and compressed bales; Barley, Rolled
fe Giound Barley, California Sc New Zetland Oats, Middlings, Bran, Coin,
Clacked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
: IT 10 Ii
r X J.. I X 3 li. S-i :
vVu keep I'onstantly in ttoek the celebrated Feitilizers manufactured by Mr.
A. Il.ias of San FninuiM'o, via. : Bone Meal, Wool Dtibt and High Giade
Super Phosphates, all of which can be had at bedioek priceb.
8TiJ? Tsl'Jni' irW Rnlirilp"! and mitiafartion pmininteed. JgCP
-P. O. Box 297.
LEWIS & CO., MFoit Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
a" o rw
from California fresh
Theie is no danger fiom whooping
cough wheii Chainbci Iain's Cough
Remedy is freely given. It liquefies
the touali, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration It also le'ssens
the seventy and frequency ol the
paroxysms of coughing, aud insures
a speedy recovery. There is not the
least danger in giving it lo children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substance. 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
$500 REWARD !
By eacli steamer of the O. S. S. Co. from California fresh California Roll
Buttei-, Frozen Oyhtern and Fresh California Fiuits, Fish, Utinie, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete line of Crosse & Blaekwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned
A BollloJ (ioods always on hand. Aleo, jiibt received a fresh lino of German
Pates and Potted .Meats and Bottled Pietcrved Fruits, Lewib & Co.'s Maltehe
Brand Sugar Cuied Hanib and Bacon, Now Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes anil Uie.uu Wheat Flakeb, Sicily LcipoiiH and California Riverside
OraneoH, Oiegon liurhaul: Potatoes, Etc., Etc.. Etc. Salisfao'ioii uuarunteed.
P. O. Box 14f.
-Telephone No. 92.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
New Goods received by every packet from Eastern States and Europe,
Fresh California Produce hy every steamer. All orders faithfully attended
to and Goods delivered to any part of tlio city free of charge, bland orders
solicited. 'sHtiifm'tinn jiniirm'tfrnl 1-91
SOME iiiospoucibln riibeals have cir
culated what purpoits to be (din-
pings fiom the New Ymk I lei aid of
January 2f, 18SI2. The arliide blan
ch io the Ni:w Yoi.k Lin: Insuiianci:
('o.Ml'AKV and ib probably the eowaidly
wnik of competitors The ii-Mic of
the New Voik leiah contains noth
ing like it and no other notice t in
thai Prcbident Ieoib in likely to bo ic
taiued. '1 his IhmIh to lefute all bl.in
deih against ilm Coin puny.
1 now oiler a ruwiiid of Five Hun
died Uullaib for thu dUcovciy of the
niiihuibhip of the lying statement and
foi'Kciy dir,tiihutcd iji tlirt-u Inlands
eiiiiemning iho Ni:w Yokk Lin: In.
i KlUIANCi: Co.
0. O. BEKOEU,
Ceneial Agent foi thu Hawaiian Ibl-
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Nr.w CuJiMiNb' Block, Mi:hoiiant Sntr.ET,
REAL ESTATE BROKE
KOl.lOI'IOK IOU THE
Eq.jitable Life Assurance Society
FIKE INriUIUNCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED
Reutb Collected and Homes Pin ted.
tJSF" Any butincss entrusted to me will icceive prompt attention,
PALMER & RICHARDSON,
AKOII IT HOTS !
AHOII ITi'.PTK I
STYLUS OF AUCIirrECTURES:
Kastlake, Queen Anne, JteunNi-aiU'c, Gothic, Italian, Classic, Nornum,
IN STONE, BRICK, liROW OR WOOD.
Pest Modern Designs in Residences! Cheap Artistic Cottages a Specially!
Complete pluus and bpeellleatious given; also biipfiiutcndciico of constiuetloii.
Wr- OIIItE-CTiilUnEUck.cti, King & Tort. Entrance ou Foit St.
; A Lr