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Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
SURPLUS $ 25,000.000.00
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the chieL' items of the account.
foregoing- iigures will show approximately
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Builders' & Genera! Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES i LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WAKE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery k General lercli
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBE'S, AND REMINGTON
At the request of a
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. W. Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and Wa
ter Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for the past
two years ami 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 by instructors.
For further particulars
PROP. EMM JAEGER 8
(Continued from Ut page.)
Sanitary U nderclothing
ts j-o.Krr & rx nxm-Lrn.
After taking Stuck we oflei supciior aluus for le- limn foimer pi lee in every
CHENILLE 1 OKTIEL'ES. KJtOM IU0 Ul'W. KD,
JLaditiw' Ac i ;liiidreii't- tbioisHainer
AT ALL STYLES AND PHICE3.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS ABD COFrS.
SOCK AND .sOAKKS AT COST.
Eg DicMiinaMiig under the management of MISS K. CLARKE.
OOKNEJC iTOKT & HOTiflli STREETS
3.adijs ! i-aclie I It diets
GENUINE!-POSTER KID GLOVES '.-GENUINE !
IN ALL I OLOItS.
"Will lo R-oltl lor Oik- W'U u( 4S1 ."JO n Piiii-.
A Laige. Ar-oi Uncut of Einbroideiy; Oilental. Clilffou. anil Toichon Luces,
13?" At .Reduced Pncea ! -&J
S. E11RL10I1 & CO.
I herewith appoint Mil. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the 19th of September, '90.
A FULL ASSORTMENT JUST ARR1YED.
Notice to the Public !
The Hawaiian Soap Works
Is still in existence at the old stand,
Leleo, and has been so since the year
1835. I am piepaied to put up Soup at
the following priced:
$4.50 per Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00
per 100 lbs. In Bulk.
fiO Cents eaeb allowed for empty con
tainers returned in good order.
jjSjr Weight for weight no rival con
cern can supply lib good au uiticle for
the same pi Ices.
jSy-Tho only Piactlcal Soap Boiler
in the Hawaiian Islands.
bounty, "when, by the sacrifice of
the ample protection formerly afford
ed them by the tariff, such immense
benefits as nbove described were se
cured to tho country. In removing
tho tariff on sugar Congress pledged
itself to the payment nl tho bounty
for fourteen years, hence the country
is bound in equity to continue tho
payment or restoro the duty."
The tirst move the tariff reformers
make is free wool, which strikes at
the farmers, and the second is at the
sugar bounties, which proposes to
abandon the reciprocity treaties that
are the lluest strokes of business ever
done by the State Dcpattinent. That
is, the'Deinouratii! tariff reform doo-
tunc so loudly preached means, wlicu
it touches business, to restore the tax
on sugar and kill recipioolty. Is
the country ready for the question r"
New Orleans Picayune: By tho
removal of the sugar duty the peo
ple of the country saved the many
millions of dollars which they had
"hitherto paid in duties, and, more
over, they are likely to prolH to the
extent of very many millions by the
reciprocity treaties which have open
ed the ports of Cuba and Central
and South America to our products
The amount which is paid to the
domestic pioducer as an equitable
compensation for tho removal of the
sugar duty is inllnitesimal compared
both with the total amount saved by
the people in duties as well as with
the vast prolits which arc likely to
How from reciprocity. Although the
rccipiocity treaty with Spain opening
Cubau ports to our products has been
in force but a eouple of months large
amounts of goods have already been
distributed in Cuba.
Bridgeport (Ct.) Farmer: "The
Western Democratic demand Jor le
peal of the sugar bounty is quite
natural. Its enactment was wholly
wrong. The bounty principle is in
consistent with protection, and its
adoption by the Republican party in
this case was a mere temporary ex
pedient." Talliitin (Mo.) Missouriau: It is
said that the representatives of
France and Germany arc making a
determined effort at Washington to
have the bounty on sugar abolished.
They fear expansion in the beet-
sugar pioductiou in this country ami
the loss of a valuable market for
their sugar as a consequeuce. They
are, of course, counting on the as
sistance of the lreetrade press in
ELECTION of OFFICEKN.
AT the annual meetiiif,' of the Ha
waiian A,'iioiillural Company held
this day, the following petrous weie
elected oitlcers for the cuiient year:
Hon. C. It. JiWioj Pici-idout,
hnui'l V, Allei Vice-I'ieslilunt,
(Jen. II. Itobcltson TieuHiner,
J. O. Caitei ;-eeiotaiy,
Tom .May Auditor.
S. C. Allen, Chas. M. Cooke and W. U.
fceciy. Haw. Ag. o.
Honolulu, Jan. SI, lti'Ji. 1125 Sin
ALL panics who have left watches or
clocks with A. A. Uoilon, Wid
luku, Maul, foi icpaiis. aie hen by noti
lled to claim their piopeiiy within sixty
das, as they will be debaiied tiom
claiming tbeieafter, lie having gone out
ofbusliiess. Claims to be- sent to .Mr.
Eekail, at Mr. Dm Ion's lain place of
biibincsH, Walluku, or to tho uudei
815 1m Honolulu.
Island Shells and Curios !
'J'liis Hotel has recently added a huge
Single Rooms f Baths Attached
wjiicii wii-i, )u: i.kt
WIIJi or Wltliout Jloiu'd.
WM. B. HOOPER,
350 :im Manager.
HOLESALK and iclall. cheap for piopeitj cm be bought ehi up.
I HAVE on hand af'Llt
1 tie Biltuin," Honolulu,
45 Head California Mule
liom :i to 5 years old, many
ot which will weigh fiom
1000 to 1100 lhs. caih; 1 Tlioioughbied
llolfteln Hull a enis old Uth of 'next
Match; 1 Half .leey Hull a yeais old
next May; 5 or 0 Impelled Cows, all
gentle, young and have had calves w itliiu
past two mouths. Also, for want ot lite
and all as good ufe new, 1 a-seateil Cov
ii ell 'in rlnge, with pole ami shaft and
Double Hai mn; I Lljiht i-horse Liim
hei Wagon, I'l-ch make and guaranteed
to c.uiy i)0() lb-.; al-o complete Set
Double llaiuesh foi mime. All oi aiiove
cash, at 101 I'Oit slicot, between
KliUi diy goods stoic and J'raiih
(jeitz's shoo stole.
.153 If T. TANNATT.
Firewood For Sale !
l E have jutt icceived a small lot of
ll Algeioba liiewood which we
offer for side m lots to suit kou cash.
;J58 Iiii 11 CHTAL'K iK uu,
Th best iliin: to hciuI to
your 1'rk'iHlH uhrotul is King
JiroH.' llhiHtrated Souvonir
oriJawaiii, -wliicli i Botion
tho iurioso and ip
.1 N. WJtlGHT,
P. O. Hox 4Vj, Honolulu.
e.4.,,..,i.i .. acfi i;
81 KING STREET,
6. J. WALLER, - - Managei.
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
NAVY CQftTIt ACTORS.
ALL KINDS OF
JEWELRY MiDE to ORDER
Lnigeand Fjnc StocK In Haiul.
ANVTMffT0 VOU ORDRK.
King Street, between Nuuanu
Iloiiohihi Kteam Phmlug MIIL, Esjila
Manufactiiii'8 all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window' FrameH, liliuda,
Hashes, Dooi s, and all kinds of wood
woik finish. Turning, Scroll and Hand
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and
I'JanJi'tr, Morticing and Tenanting.
t3r Oiders promptly attended to and
work guaranteed. Old era ficni the
other Islands solicited. 1-91
PA PJG It" H A I GIN G I '
Toledo (O.) Bee: Opposition to the
un-Atneriean sugar bounty is every
where outspoken. As Mr. MoKinley,
in a speech to an Ohio audience once
said in extenuation of the protective
tax system the people would never
stand a direot tax j they do not feel
it (he meant they do not see and un
derstand it) under the protective -system.
Just why one elas3 of pro
ducer" should be paid millions of
dollars bonus money out of the peo
ple's treasury while other classes are
left to shirk for themselves, is not
clear and no amount of sophistry can
make it so.
Reno (Nev.) Journal : Represent
ative Scott contends that the sugar
bounty is contiary to the Constitu
tion and violates every principle of
republican government. He argues
that if it is American, patriotic and
honest to donate money out of the
Treasury to enrich private enter
prises, there is no reason why corn,
wheat, hay and potatoes should not
be given a bounty.
Atchinson (Kan.) Patriot: Re
publicans see that the sugar bounty
is au elephant of a larger magnitude
than what they had dreamed of and
say it should be repealed, but in the
same breath we hear them say if the
Democrats repeal the sugar bounty
act it will lose them Louisiana in the
approaching presidential contest.
We favor doing right, let the chips
fall where they may.
Milwaukee Journal : Unfortunately
for the people of the country no in
considerable portion of the manufac
turing business, as now piosecuted,
restb largely on a political basi3.
The consumer of sugar in this
country is now pleased with the good
effect of reducing tax on "sugar. The
pi ice is reduced so he gets it for
about h cents. Yet the masses of
the people fail to see that he is pay
ing 2 cents a pound nearly oue-haif
as much more to the sugar maker as
a direct bounty to grow and make
Deseret News (Salt Lake) : We
will repeat hero that, on general pnn
ciples we are opposed to bounties and
subsidies. When they are given for
the beuelit only of au individual or i
coiporation, or to maintain a monop-
oly, we regard them as indefensible.
But when a bounty will aid in the es- ,
lahlishmciil a(l ipainleuaiice, for a
reasonable period, of au industry 1
thut is clearly for the general wellaro, I
and that could not be stalled without j
it, wo think it is wise slatismaiibliip
and sound political economy to grant i
itupotlant. It also culls' fur holiest
polarlscopei'a, for u polariseope is
ood for nothing unless accompanied
by a polarlscopist. That
two cents a pound is a big thing, but
it lue its drawbacks. The polar!
scope and the polaiiscopcr aie the
thorns of this government-grown
Helena (Mont.) Herald: Now,
let the Democrats go on and abolish
this bounty. They thus woik little
lets than ruin to the State of Louis
iana; they will do a gieat wiong lo
the fanners of the North who devote
some part of their time and labor to
the production of maple sugar ; and
they will utterly purahzi) the beet
sugar industry just at it is attaining
proportions that promise prolltable
employment lo thousands of people i
in this country. Such action would
be quite woilhyof the party whose
name is allileialivu with disaster and
Interview In St. Louis (Mo.) Re
public: The Democratic party can
not afford to become a party of
bounties and subsidies anil Govern
merit donations. Illinois corn has
as much right to ask for n bounty as
Louisiana and Calilornia sugar or
Vermont sap. I favor the
icpeal of the sugar bounty because
it is class legislation, and I may add
that I will not vote for any bill that
takes a dollar out of the Treasury
that is not strictly for governmental
The New Orleans Times-Democrat,
commenting on the Washington Post's
coriespondenee uh eady quoted, says:
On all these grounds it is easy to ac
count for the ilNsa'iilaction of sugar
producers with the costive waj in
which the money inni'iig to them
under the law ii allowed, if at all, lo
icach them. It is one of the results
due to having an ixtiavagant and
impecunious aduiiniiiration in power,
which is naturally leducul lo all
sorts of ignoble shifts to make ends
Spokane (Wash.) Chronicle: The
government bounty on sugar will
amount to ten millions of dollais this
year. This is money taken from the
many, who do not lind it convenient
lo raise sugar for the few who do.
Gilioy (Cal.) Gazette: If the
Democratic party is teally the friend
of the fanners and laboring classes,
it will wisely allow the sugar bounty
clause ot the MoKinley act lo remain
Chicago Times: Jt will he dilllcull
for the organ to explain to other far
mer!, of Ohio why they should be
taxed to pay this bounty while re
ceiving no government aid in the cul
tivation of farms that return less
revenue than sugar maples. .
Importer and Dealer in
Steel and Iron Banps. Stores id Fixtures,
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 Sheg? Iron Work.
; P. O. BOX 180
: MUTUAL TEL 00.;
WeKt Ooi. rs'uiiimn 4S0 liii SS("eJtM,
&J&- All kinds of NEW and SECOND-HAND FUItNITUltE sold cheap
for cash at tho I X j.
0ff-TheI X L pays the HIGHEST CASH P1UCE for all kinds ol
Second-hand Furniture, Slovoi, Sowing Machines, Etc., Etc.
0- IK YOU WAN P TO SELL out your Household Furniture in its
cnliiety, call at the I X L Auction & Commission Uotibc, corner Nuuanu
,iud King hlreets.
Prompt KotuniH M;ulc on Goods Sold on Commission
S. W, LEDERER, : : PROPRIETOR-.
tS- St on1 Onon Siituroay Kvoiihigs till o'clock. -i
Telephone's, No. Hi). jSSCSgeT P. O. Box 372.
St. Paul Globe 1 Possibly there
will be light thrown upon the stand
ing conundrum why tliose who pro
duce sugar should be paid two cents
a pound out of the treasury, and
nothing be paid to those who giow
lice, cotton, wheat, oats, cattle or
Atlanta ((!a.) Journal: The Demo
ciats who favor the abolition of the
sugar bounty are opposed to all
homilies on principle, holding that
the constitution does not empower
cong'ess to bolster up any business
by bestowing upon it money taken
from the whole people by taxation.
They aie also unable to nee why the
people aie not as much entitled to
cheap clothing as cheap sugar why
the cost of clothing should be in
ci'eased to admit of the cheapening
of sugar, and the withholding from
the simar producing industry of even
the amount of pi election which a
levenue tarilf would afford.
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea " treetB,
IM POUTER & DEALER IN
roceries, provisions, Ulxmr & i?eea.
Fresh California Eoll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
New Goods received by every steamers from Shu Francisco,
fiJST" All otders fiuthlully attended to and saliefnotion guiuaiiteed. Island
orders solicited and nucked with cans.
win iirwr,yirrnnfnnrin.T jwiii
Telephones, No. 17.'),
-Cor. Edinburgh fc Queen Sts.
-OFFER FOR SALE-
St. Louis (Mo) Post-Despatch:
The only way the annual sugai
bounty of 810,000,000 can be de
fended K by voting a wheat bounty
of $100,000,000 annually. The is
sue is between PelfeiKin and repeal.
Theie is no danger fiom whooping
cnugb when Ohumbei Iain's Cough
Remedy is fieeh given. It liipielles
the touizh, tenacious mucus and aids
in its (xpcctoraliou I' also lessens
the severity and frequency ot lite
paioxysms of coughing, and in-anes
a speedy recovery. There is not the
least danger in giving it lo childien
or babies, as it contains no injuiiotis
substance. fiO cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Juli'ornia Wheat, Oat Hay, in large and compressed bales; Barley, Rolled
vfe Ground I3.u ley, California & New Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bran, Coin,
Cracked Com, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Elc, Eto. Also,
Dsrift d Snow and Victor Flour i
: IT IS i M' r JL, I rj 1C tt :
Wo keep constantly in Ptock the celebrated Fcitilizers manufactured by Mr.
A. H.nia ol San Fianoit-eo, viz.: Bone Meal, Wool Dust and High Gi ado
Super l'hcphalch, all of which can be had at bediock prices.
t0F ltd mil ovdori Knlirittd and f-atinfaction guaranteed. Jg(S
-P. O. Box 297.
LEWIS & CO.. Ill Foit Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
("" IVK.I. L Mkykh the Painter a call
T and have your Paper Hanging done
promptly and neatly. iao Fort street.
P. O. Box 387t Mutual Telephone
6G2. 16U U
Just an (veil by Steamers 'Oceanic" and
Large & Selected Lot of Goods!
Silk AjOicpefor l.aily'h Di-m., Ilaud
Uei chiefs, Eiubioldeied Funs. Very
Itnuihouui hcieeus In .-111. it Saliu,
.Showy Flower Puts & Vases, Ten,
J!icaMii-t it l)e..cit bets with line
i tlt-lK design)-, rinhrcllu, blind-,
I.ucqucicd Standi, fur coiner and
wall, Ltuly'n & Gem's .Muilo Dicn-cs,
Tii, JMiaw, ltnnilioo it 1'ullli llnt
nnd lli'hucl, ll.iuilmn Wine, 'Pen
Tibi8, liltehe-, 'Plays, I'mbi'dln
.Slaml-, Walking I'nue'i-, Unifies &
Trays, Paper NapMiis. Ua-Uets, itu
.ui'b, Cabinets, elc, etc,
I VERY HANDSOME PftlR VASES
Alu in (.ploudhl coiiilitloii
Natural Scented Tea' High Litis WjIsis,
,J A i N 1'fsi'J V ', V A t J.
Importer &. Dealer in Jap.iiuso Oon'l Pruduco
.1 M. ii; Sa k SIIA'A, Pioij.
Honolulu, II. I.
By each steamer of the O. S. S. Co. from California fresh Calafornia Roll
Butter, Fio.en Oysters and Fresb California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete line of Ciosso & Blackwell's & J, T. Morton's Canned
& Bottloii Goods always on band. Also, just received a fresh line of German
Pates and Potted .Meats and Bottled Pra-eived Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cuied Hams and Bacon, New Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Oranges, Oiegon Builiauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc.. Eic. Satisfaction guaranteed.
P. O. Box 115.-
-Telephone No. 92.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every packot from Eastern StatcR and Europe,
j'resn u.iiiiornia rroiuico oy every sieamer. au onion laiiuiuiiy aitenqeu
to and Goods delivered to any part of tho city fren of charge. Island ordeYu
tolieited, Kiitinfiintion cnnrantrwil
Cleveland (O.) Press: There
ought lo be a boom in polaiiscopes 1
nod polariscopibts. Hie claimants '
for the maple sugar bounty must
show, if they want the maximum t
bounty, that the nolariscone shows !
that Ujeir sugar polariseopes 90 de- ' HotolBttort,
grees or iiforn. They have to bo '
carctul about this poluriscoping, fqi
the law dec hire's that one who ap
plies for more than ho is entitled to j IK J'ou want a Fht-elii8s .lobof Paint
hii'u iiii.,L,.ir 1:, ,1.1,. in .1 ww. r.f CAnon i- inir of any dcbuiintlon done, call 01
mill n .... i.i,.,rlL,.,n..t f vn vi.n.a I U'O 1'lllCtlcal Palllter, J. L, MKV-'" Ollly.
ad .o an Iiiipriionment of live 3 eais. K(1.t grt!()t ia0 j 0 Uoj. -M1 Mull,
lhls uiakca truthful polariseopes very I Telephone C02. 160 tl
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Ni:w CusiMiNh Block, Mkiiciiant 3tiii:bt.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
KOI.IUI'l'Olt TOIt TUB
Equitable Life Assurance Society,
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED, COLLEO'l IONS ATTENDED TO.
Reutb Collected and Houtes iieuled.
Any biikinesb ontriit-tcil to me will icceivo pipiupt attention. J0JI
PALMER & RICHARDSON,
AKOH ITKCJ'I'W ! &3&fi Attl'SHTKiTrH !
STYLES OF ARCHITECTURES:
Kiu-tlnke, Queen Anne. Reiinbhauce, Gothic, Italluu, Classic, Norman,
N STTOWE. Bf?ICK, IRON OR WOOD.
Ilest rr.mlcrn Ujjigns In Itr-iiddnccn J Cheap Arllt'ic Cottages a Specially)
Complete plans mid fcpeulllcuiloiix given; also supc4hiteudcuce of con.tiiictlou.
Mb OIPlCiE-Chilttu Block, cor, King & Fort, Entrauce ou Foit Bt.