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LITEST FOREIGN NEWS,
Iiiiportnr ami Dealer in
Steel and Iron Rips, Stoves anil Fibres,
MRSl "" uiiIi.i.iiijui mm ., , i i i n mi iiiiiih a
T INSURE lN'TllE
WM i l 1.011 tilt a
m tqygiaoge Life As
Society of the
An EmineDtly ConserYdtive and Safe Company,
The consideration nf liisl importance in judging of the condition of
any financial institution (and notably of a life assurance company, the ma
jority of whose conirnew extend over long peiiods of years) is its surplus
ttnmjth. The Equitable has, over and above all liabilities, n larger sur
plus than any otuei assurance company.
Assets, buc. 31, 1891, - - $136,193,518.38
LIABILITIES, Including tho Rcscrvo on all existing Policies, (4
per cent. Standard) and Special Rcscrvo (toward tho es
tablishment ol a 3 par cent, valuation') of $1,500,000 109,905,537.82
This Surplus remains after muking provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation of Liabilities based on the standard preset ibed by the In
surance Law of the State of New York, which assumes that Assets will be
invested so u to i utilize interest at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum. ' In
addition to this, in u spirit of conservatism, the Directors of tho Society,
on the iccoinuiendiUion ot its Finance Committee, have set aside a Spsciul
Additional Reserve, looking towaids even a more stringent and conservative
future standaul of valuation than the law now prescribes.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian islands.
JUST RECEIVED Ex, "BENMORE"
jr AND FOR BALE AT LOWEST MARKET HATES. ?
Casus B. & N. OLD GENEVA (double berried).
" ,J. JD. lv. & Z. ilo (20 bottles each).
" B. & JS KEY JJUAND (small white bottles).
' do do (small black bottles).
Also, Foster's Porter in. Quarts and Pints.
LOVEJOY -Sc OO.,
"Foiter Block," 11) Xuiuiuii stieet, Honolulu.
ALiituul rJLVl. JSOS. -a (414 1m) J- l. JLJox 137
c. j. McCarthy,
New Cummins' Block, Merchant Stukkt.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Kents Collected .mil Houses Rented.
Aiij business entitisted to me
IN THE MclNERNY BUILDING,
Is open no and offeis an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and are now
ready to take ordeis in that line.
A brand new stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies anil other
artistic goods arc offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
THE GEO, LUCAS' HOMESTEAD
On Jt.ii Kill Xljios.
Containing 7 Bedtnonis, Parlor, Dining
room, hilling-mom, liutli, etc. AUo a
'J-Kooin Cottage In the yuid. Thute are
.Stables and l'a llagu House, Rent Slo
per mouth. Apply to
40htf c. . i. McCarthy.
J-vslii S YVulolmmlter.
KUKUJ JEWELRY a SPECIALTY.
Kintf Street, Honolulu, Jl. I.
tST l'uitleular attention paid to all
kinds of lepaiis. 1-1H
Abl'RIXOFJELD :t0-Llj,'ht Out Ma
chine In uompletu w oi klnj; oider
and fjuai antced. Will ho sold upon
fa oniblis teinii- lo thu pin olnit-ei . AlbO
a few HiuhIpoiiio Fixtures, Applv to
3'JO tf Klin? btn-et.
MONEV TO BUILD HUMES.
JF you l,ie n lot, 1 ulll build you a
imuee. imil f in tilth tin money on
icasy ujjm. ii. i-. .ni.i i.ii,
. lyo I'oiUtieut.
JMututtl Tel, 002;,!'. Ot liox VST.
will receive prompt attention. JgC3
1 - 1 - 91
PBOF. DR mi B. JAEKHR S
1 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.
Stuttgart, the 19th of September, '90.
A FULL ASSORTMENT JUST ARRIYED.
JUNE 11, 1892,
H F. WICHMAITS
Island Shells and Curios !
tHOLIALE mill lelall. thcap for
tl culi, at 101 J'oil htient. between
Ehlyi Ui y KOQdii toio uud Fi.iuk
Gertx'v uhoe utoiu,
Sanitary U nderclothi n o;
(San Francisco, May 18, jer bark
TUE SOUTUERN FLOODS.
Tne situation at Madison, 111., and
at East St. Louis is considerably im
proved. Every point of danger along
the river is guarded catefully, and
ample warning will bo given when
The steamer Idlewlld has returned
from a tiip down the river and le
poits the rescue of thirty-six families
of 'JU0 persons from various islands
below St. Louis now covered with
water. No loss of life is yet report
ed in this vicinity. The liver is ex
pected to come to a stand to-morrow.
A coal famine is threatened on ac
count of the flood. May 1G the deal
ers found that the supply on hand
could not last more than two days,
and if coal did not come in by Wed
nesday night some factories and
manufacturing plants would be com
pelled to shut down for lack of fuel.
Commencing at llappjville, eight
miles west, the Illinois river extends
fioin bluff to bluff, u distance of four
and a half miles. The area of over
flowed land in this county is fully
75,000 acies. No crops can be rais
ed on this land this year. The water
is still rising.
The Bonnet Carret levee, 30 miles
above New Orleans, broke at 3 a. tn.
on the 10th. It was found impossi
ble to close the breach, which was
expected would be 300 feet wide by
Great damage in the South from
the floods is icpoited.
The eastern approacli to the big
Union Pacific bridge over the Mis
souri at Omaha was washed out last
night, and fears are entertained that
the whole structure will go. Tralllc
on the bridge is suspended. The
nver is rising rapidly, and all the
lower portions along the river are un
der water. The aie people becomin
greatly alarmed, and the residents of
towns along the river are hastening
lo higher ground. ,
Fear of bloodshed is added to the
danger caused by the rising waters,
growing out of attempts to cut
levees. Serious trouble is threaten
ed at Namcoki station on the Chi
cago aud Alton road, three miles
from the nver. When it is in its
channel Nameoki lies south of the
Thomas A. Madden of Memphis
on the loth inst. made a phenomenal
dive of 149 feet from the great bridge
into the Mississippi river, eclipsing
Steve Biodte's leap from the Brook
lyn bridge. Madden did not drop
as professionals do, but leaped feel
Twelve of Garza's levolutionists
appeared in the Federal court at San
Antonio, Texas, May 1G, under in
dictment for violating the neutrality
laws of the United States. The sen
sational feature of the day was a
positive announcement by United
Slates Attorney Evans to Judge
Maxey that Garza himself would be
in custody before the term of court
Paul Deschanel, recently iii the
United States on a mission of the
Fiench Government, is an enthusias
tic admirer of Mr. Blaine. In con
versation with an Associated Press
representative Deschanel said that
he expected to find Mr Blaine an
eminent statesman, but was hardly
ptepared to find him a statesman of
the extraordinary caliber which lie is
now convinced Mr. Blaine possesses.
"In finesse, " said Deschanel, "Mr.
Blaine is the diametric opposite of
the old Euiopean notion of Ameiican
political men." He places Mr. Blaine
on the first plane of living statesmen.
The Hessian lly is doing much
damage to wheat in the Napa valley.
Since and including 1887 thete
have been 79 stage robberies in Cali
fornia. The Hill faction cairietl the da' in
the Democratic convention at Fresno,
Everything is ready at Washington
for the meeting ot the tommission
on the San Fianci-co postolllce site.
Tho prevailing opinion is that the
Seventh-street site will be l ejected,
and that the matter will then drag
along for another twelve mouths.
The great strike in the stone in
dustry continues to spread in New
Yoik, and neilher the employes nor
employers show any sign of giving
up tho light. Although it is only
bigun, it is said there are now fully
75,000 men idle throughout the coun
try in consequence of the general
lockout. The number of men idlo
in New York and Brooklyn is said to
be about 10,000. It is estimated
that about 25,000 men stopped work
in various parts of the country.
The entire city of Los Angeles ap
pears to be permeated just now with
a religious atmosphere consequent on
the levival work of Evangelist Mills,
who is drawing audiences of fiom
!i000 to 5000 thiee times a day at
Hazard's pavilion, A number of
prominent cili4ens have been con
verted aud mado public confessions.
All the leading business houses hare
agieec to close for live hours on
Wednesday to enable employees to
attend the meetings. The City Coun
cil unanimously icquested IhcMaor
lo close the city olllce on that day,
appointing it as u day for religious
meditation, uud that he icqucsl by
proclamation the cessation of all
Governor Markham of California
has offered a reward of M00 for tho
arrest of the men who llred upon the
Sau Andreas stage, killing n young
lady passenger and wounding tho
The Governor also offered a similar
reward for the arrest of the men who
robbed the Redding stage on Satur
day evening and killed Messenger
Buck Montgomery. One- of the rob
bers, who was wounded by Mont
gomery, has been arrested. His
name is Mount Shaw and he is known
as an old criminal.
The British bark Karl of Abei
deen, Capt. Patrick, has been wreck
ed off the coast of Wales. It is said
eighteen men were dt owned. The
vessel had lately t cached Havic fiom
The Provincial Diet of West Prus
sia gave a banquet m honor of Em
pcror William. Ills Majesty, in the
course of a speech, said: "May the
sons of this countrj accept patiently
whatever Piovidence lias in store foi
them, aud uwait with confidence the
results which the Emperor will
achieve in the course of his toilsome
The Chamber of Deputies reassem
bled on the 17th. M. Cavalignac,
Minister of Marine, demanded sup
plementary credits for the navy
amounting to 02,000,000 francs.
These credits, he said, were due to
the necessity of increased tepidity
in building aud of greater an mo
ments. A heavy bull operator in red Amer
ican wheat at Liverpool has failed,
and wheat fell 3d. per cental in con
sequence of the heavy selling.
Several outrages on female passen
gers in compartment tiains arc re
ported within two das in England.
Rev. Kennedy Bell, rector of Little
Bedtvyn, Wdkeshiie, assaulted two
ladies on one journey.
A Paris despatcli says: The ap
pointment of the new Italian Minis
try has produced a bad impression in
diplomatic anil political eiiclcs. The
fact is that this return to power of
Crispi's friends and men who look
upon him as their political leader
causes gcneial fear, not that the
peace of Eutope will be at once dis
turbed, but that its tranquillity will
be eventually luicatened. The results
of the Ministerial change cannot yet
be appieciated at their tiuo value,
but they will ceitaiuly be consider
A terrific huriicaue has passed
over Central New Zealand, and it is
feared that great damage has been
done. Hundreds of acres of wheat,
corn, oats and barlej' were ruined.
Vessels lying in the oiling disap
peared in the storm, and after it was
over many vessels were ashoie.
Great loss of life is feared.
The insurgents in Venezuela have
captured the city of Bolivar, which
is now occupied by Gen. Gil with
nearly 2500 men. Gen. Rodil on the
Government hide was shot later by
his own troops because he refused lo
countermand an order for shooting
half a dozen military ollicers because
they had not defeated the rebel
The German Anti-Slavery Com
mittee, through its chairman, has ad
mitted in an interview that the Wiss
mann steamer pioject has viituaiiy
It is reported from Astrakhan that
the steamer Alexander Wolkow has
foundered in the Caspian sea and 250
The Montreal Star's London cor
respondent says: At a meeting of
deep sea fishermen Sir Geoige
Baden-Powell assured the audience
that Gieat Britain was at one time
close upon war with the United
States, but that they had now agreed
to settle the matter by aibitration.
It is believed at St. John's, New
foundland, that the two American
Vessels Centennial and Vesta, bound
fiom St. Jacques with bait for the
Banks, were lost in the recent storm
with all on board. Nothing has been
heaid of the vessels and the wreck
age that is coming ashore and that
has been passed by other vessels is
thought to be from them.
Henry Klink, Jr., in a walking
match in East Lake, Biimingham,
on May 11th, broke the world's
half-mile record by reducing it
from 2:53 to 2:45. Klink faulted
at the close.
Loudon, May 17. The directors
of the Natioual Spoiling Club to-day
fixed Monday, May 30th, for the
Jackson-Slavin fight. Hall and
Choynski will, second Jackson and
Mitchell and Jack Slav in will look
after Slavin. The pi ice of admission
to non-members is $125, which sum
is being fieely put up. Members are
obliged to pay from 810 to 850 for
reserved seats. Thme is not much
betting, I'm son Duviis has taken a
hall in London, where he proposes to
back Hall and Clioynvki aguiust all
Mr. J. P. Blaizo, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
nurrowly escaped on of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says the Saturday
Jieview. Mr. Bluizo had occasion to
dnvo several miles during tho storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unablu to get warm, aud in
side of mi hour after his roturn he
Was threatened with a severe cabe of
pneumonia or lung fever, Mr. Blaizo
sent to the nearest ding store aud
got a bottle of Cliaiubei Iain's Cough
Remody, of which lie had often
heard, and took a number of laigo
doses. He says the eJfect was won
derful aud that in a short time he
was breathing quite easily. Ho kept
on taking the medicine uud the next
day was able lo como to Des Moines.
Mr. Blaizo regtuds Ills cuie us simply
wonderful, Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Aaents.
THE BULLETIN Is
' MilJy ItflM t U'u Kingdom,
JUNE 11, 1892.
1st RACE BICYCLE RACE.
1-Mile Ditch. Free for all.
2d RACE "QUEEN LILIUOKA
Running Race, t-Milo Dash. Free
3d RACE' ' LUN AMAK AAIN ANA
Trotting and Pacing for Ha
waiian Bied IInrM's to HarnesH.
Mile Heat-; i, t 2 in 3.
4th RACE "GOVERNOR'S CUP."
Running Unci . J-Milo Dash for
Hawaiian Bied Horses.
5th RACE "KALAKAUA CUP."
Running Rnee. .Mile Dash. Ha
waiian Bied Horses owned by
mcmbciM of the Club.
Gth RACE FUTURITY STAKES.
Running Race, J-Mile Dah. For
2-yciir-old, Hawaiian Bied.
7th RACE-"HONOLULU PLATE."
Trotting aud Pacing to Hut ness,
lur all Horses not having a lecotd
of 3 Minutes or better. Mile
Heats; best 2 in 3.
8th RACE-"ROSITA CHALLENGE
RiiiiuingEiice. 1-Mile Dash. Win
nei to heal iceord of "Angie A."
1.-15J. Free for all.
9th RACE KAPIOLANl PARK
Trotting and Pacing to Haiiics.
Mile Heats ; best 3 in 5. Free for
10th RACE " KAMEHAMEHA
Running Race, H-Milc Dash.
Hawaiian Bred IIntes.
Uth RACE "PRESIDENT CUP."
Running Race, H-Mile Da-.li.
Fieo for all.
12th RACE JOCKEY CLUB POST
Sweep-takes .20. TrottiiiR and
Pacing to Harne-s. Mile Heats;
best 2 in 3. Horn's to be iliiven
by Membeis of the Club.
13th RACE "OCEANIC S. S CO.
Running Race, j-Milo Dabh.
Iliiwauau Hied Hoi-es.
14th RACE PONY RACE.
Running Rnee, 1-Mile Dash, lln
wiiitun Hied, for I'onii-s 14 hands
uud undei. Catch-weight.
15th RACE MULE RALE.
Riiiinini; Rice, 1-Mile Dash. Ha
waiian Had. Catch-weight.
Hawaiian Jvckay Oiub,
391 td ThkCommiitkc.
Rice and Taro Land
J I'lECKSof Al Rice and Tain Liml
rr situated at WaiMM. K'nnu. Oitm,
(Kainoililli;, now under cultivation,
containing about () acres In all.
Al-o, 1 Roldeucu Lot on comer of
Beietania and Miller suets, hack of Dr.
Htoille's founur ictiilunee, eoiitaliiinx
10.312 Minnie feet. Theio mo 2 Good
Cottages am -J oilier Itulldlng on the
plttie. fiom which a lental of S.io.00 per
month Is dethed.
Hay For f ui ther p:u tietil us enqnlio of
430 tf Hotel stieet, cor Union.
Cottages to Kent !
JMLA MX- LIN'OLN has just
."i'liW. m completed Tluce Veiv
l )(!8lrullll) Colllliri.s on llw.
cor cr oi luiiiui :m M.iui.i , ,..,,
These cottages Imvo hi'en finished with' '
ttu uioiimn liiiiuuvcmeiUb and lciii"
shunted neat the Miiklki Valley lme
ubiimliiico of fiesh mid cool nir. The
gioiinds contain beautiful simile tices
and raie plants. The)' are only two
minutes' walk fiom Ihu tuuue.us, and
parties desions of cecmlng one of the
veiy pleasanti'st biiuailoiis pf the city
in o rf-quested (o Inspect tho above pm-
fejy For fin ther puitlctilui apply to
HI lit! ,1, A, MAGUU.V.
HOTEL FOIt SALE J
JBli THAT Fine Xew. Two.
ffiS 1 bloiy liulldlng opnoslio
? the Railway .Station? Wulliiku,
at picuiu occupied by Geo W. Miiefm
laito to To, This Is the hist busbies
tiiuil In Wulliiku, ami Miltublofiireliher
a hold oi sto,ii, U I'ocunnuds a lino
view ol the Inn bur. For tgiius apply to
-MM, K. HATfllJELOR,
4Wtf 180 NuuuuITAwuue.
S&,Tr 'Mir'F f-mf i "vr-V'feSit vfta 3y3'"l Pj.fftktflT
Housekeeping- Goods & Kitchen-Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, GRAY AKD SILVER-PLATED
LAMPS APiO - FIXTURES.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Clohets, Water and Soil Pipes.
Plambing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
Ittl. Il.fi lllOPll." rMr. It.', ,5k. W7 !. !-! )!-..!
Builders' & Gene, at Hardware,
FAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & M .Merchandise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
feE WIN G MAC HI N ES.
: P. O. BOX 480.
Wt'Nt Cor. IViiiiiuiii .t liiug istrSt'LH.
- If you vv.int to save time :u d money buy your Furnituiu, etc., at the
I. X. L., conu'i JSiiit.iuu iintl Kiii stieet-t
BST Fotuiil the jiluee to buy INew mill '-cL-ouil-haml Furniture of all Muds at
lowest pi ices, tbe I. X. I... comer Xiiuuuu and Kiuj; -tieets.
tor ltedioom Si'is W.udiubus, Ite liuxe, blovcj, Chniis. Hanging Lamps,
ltugs, IJiueau-, Cbeftonleis, etc., bold cheap for cash at the 1. X. L., Lomer Nuu
auu and King stieet-..
iWMeainei and Veianda Chiiii, Sofa, Bed Lounges, Baby Clibs, Clothes
Baskets, hewing .Machines, Wli ituoti, Meat afe Ti links, etc., sold at the lowest
cali puces at the I. X. J,., Xew and bLCOud-haud Furniture House, comer Nuu
auu aud King stieetb.
S. W. LEDERER,
US' Store Open Saturday
Telephones, No. 119,
tikm llmtiiR imrmnMud(
King Street, bet. Fort & AJakea Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
FreBh California Roll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
New Goodt received by i very steamers from Ban Francisco.
gS All oidcrs faillilull) attended to niul satisfaction guaranteed. Island
ordeiB solicited and Hacked with caio.
Telephones, No. 175.-
UIIOI FED CO., L'd,
OFFER FOB SALE
Oalilornia Wheat, Oat Huy, in large and compressed bales ; Barley, Rolled
fe Ground Bailej , California & Mew Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bum, Com,
Ciucked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. AlbO,
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour !
: X? it, Ai 'Xx X L,lZiilUt! :
Vo k"eiip constantly in stock tho celebiated Fcitilizerb nmnufiictured by Mr.
A. llutiB ol San Fiancisco, vu. : Bone Meal, Wool Dust mid High Giude
-luper Pliosphutes, all of which can be had at hediock prices.
S(iSW lsianii ordnrs anlipitnd hik! sutififaotion gnarantord. jg3
LEWIS &, CO..
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each stcanior of the O. S, b. Uo. from California fresh Cnliifpriua Uol
Butter, Frozen Oysters anil Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Gunio, Vegetables,
tile, etc. A complete lino of CrosbO & Blackwell'B & J. T, Morten's Canned
& Bottle J Goods always on hand. AlbO, just received a fresh lino of Gprmup
Bates and Potted Meats and Bottled Pieseived Fruits, Luwiu & Co.'s Maltesp
Biand Sugai Cuied Hams and Bacon, New Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flaki'b and Oie.ini Wheat Flakes, Siuily Lemons and California Riverside
Oranges, Oregon Burhauk Potatoes, Etc.,El..Eio. Katisfaciou.guaranteed,
P. O. Box 145.-
E. MoiMTYRE & m
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Guude ru-uvuNij eeo puiikel from ICiihluin Slums and Europe,
Fiesh California Pioducu by uvuiy mt'iiniur. All onions fuithfiilly attumled
"',r,v Vr9 iWv4u vl) iiijy pai i yi
BoUoUcd, t BuUufactlon gumantobd
MUTUAL TEL. 90.:
livenhitfn till 9 o'olodk. -a j
P. O. Box 372.
-Coi. Edinburgh fe tueon Sts.
-P. O. Box 297.
Ill Fort Street,
-Telophonp No.' J2.
iu yuy ijw yi ciittrgq. jBiuuuorilura