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Society of the United States.
An Eminently Conservative and Safe Company,
The consideration of Hist importance in judging of the condition of
any financial institution (mid notably of a life nssuiancc company, the ma
jority of whose couliacts extend over long pciiods of years) is its turphm
ttrvnyth. The Equitable has, over and above all liabilities, n laigcr bur
plua than any other assurance company.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891,
LIABILITIES, Including the Reserve on all existing Policing, (4
per cent. Standard) and Special Roservo (toward tho es
tablishment ol a 34 par cent, valuation") ul $1,500,000 109,905,537.82
Surplus, $ 26,292,980.56
Thin Surphu remains aft.er making provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation of Liabilities babul on the standard prescubed by the In
surance Law of the State of New York, which assumes that Absets will be
invested so as to icalize interest at the rate of -1 per cent, per annum. In
addition to this, in a spirit of consetvatism, the Directors of the Society,
on the leconiincud-Uiou of its Finance Committee, have set aside a Special
Additional Reserve, looking tow aids even a more stringent and conservative
future standard of aluation than the law now prescribes.
ALEX. J. CARTWRSGHT,
General Ay-cut for Hawaiian Islands.
gj&- AND FOR SALE AT hi)
Cases U. & N. OLD (J2NEVA (double berried).
" ,J. 1). K. & Z. do (20 bottles e.ich).
" 15. & N. KEY BltAKD (small white bottles).
' do ! (small black bottles).
Also, Foster's Porter in Quarts and Pints.
LOVEJOY Ac CO..
"renter Block," 10 Xuujiiu btiect, Honolulu.
JJLii(niil rX"Y-l. 30y. -U (til lin) SOT ". Box 1Z2V
New CuvMiNb' Block, MhuriiANT Strum.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECi'IONS ATTENDED TO.
Rents Collected and Houses Rented.
Any business entrusted to n.e will receive prompt attention. jgCS
IN THE MclNERNY BUILDING,
Is open now 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 btock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tasselt-.
Fringes, Diaperies .ind othir
artistic goods are offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY-BUILDING,
THE GEO. LUCAS' HOMESTEAD
On lnltiil JMuof,
Containing 7 Bucliooins, I'ailnr, Dlulng
rooiu, titLliig-rouin, Uatli. etc. AIo .1
ti-Koom Cottage In tho v.utl. 'J'lii le Hie
Stables and Ca liage House. Rent 8 In
per mouth, App! to
10b tf C. J. McO RTUY.
.Jeweler .So Vat;liinuUii.
KUKUI JEWCLhY a SPECIALTY.
Kiuj Street, Honolulu, 15. I.
JUair l'uiUeiil.11 attention paid to all
kinds of jepalih. 1 ni
AbPRINGFUCLP :t0.,l-ht (Jas Ma
chine iu complete woiklug oidei
aud guuiaiiUcil. Will lie sold upon
faoial)lo tuiuiF in tliu piuehiiber. aIm
a few Jlaiiilbonie J'ixtiut'n. Apjl o
'J'JO tf Klin; ttrt'H.
MONEY TO JtUII.J) IIOJIISS.
JF win hunt a lot, i will build jou a
imiin', and lui ul. h ilii' money on
uaw uuni. .1. 1 ILY1.J,
i;t(J I oil kin el.
iluiual Tel. uua: 1. O. Uyx'J87.
WEST MARKET HATES.
PEOF. DB.nl G.JAEGER 8
I herewith appoint Mb. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent foi tho sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the 19th of September, '90.
A FULL ASSORwifjOST ARRIYED.
S T OP
JUNE 11, 1892,
H F. WICHMAN'S
Island Shells and Curios !
AllOl LhM.F. ami mall (hi.ipfnr
e.ikli. at 101 I oil .liect, Imtwieii
Khleit.' ilt v gouiln ktoiu uiul Flunk
IMlZ'4 tiuoo DtOlU.
San iiar yU nd e rclo thi ng
UmW Ul MM,
JULY 4, 1893.
HUllJUCT Til UUAUK !
1st RACE SPRECKKLSVILLE
Running Race, -J-niilc dash. Free
for all Hawaiian bred horses.
2d RACE MAKAWAO PURSE.
Running Race, -mile dnt-h. Fiee
3d RACE LAIIAINA PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing, 1 mile
heals; best 2 in 3, to hamest.
For .ill horees without a leeord of
II :20 or better.
lth RACE WA1LUKU PURSE.
Running Race, -inile and repeat.
Free to all Hawaiian bred horses.
5th RACE KA11ULUI PURSE.
Running Race, I-niile dash. Free
Gth RACE IIANA PURbE.
Trotting and Pacing, 1-inilc
heats; best 2 in 3, to harness.
Free to .ill horses with no bettei
recoul than '.i .00.
7th RACE KULA PURSE.
Running Race, -J mile dash. Foi
J'oiucb 14 hands and under, to
carry 100 lbs. and upw.uds.
8th RACE MANA CUP.
Running Race, 1-iniledash. Fiee
to all Hawaiian bred hordes.
9th RACE WAIIIEE CUP.
Trotting and Pacing Race. 1
niile heats, best 3 in i). All hor
ses with a record of 2 30 or better
to go to road cart and carry 185
10th RACE CORINTHIAN.
Running Race, 1-m d.iHh. Wel
ter weights. Free to all niembeis
of the Association.
11th RACE QUEEN LILIUOKA-
Riinninc; Race, 1-niile dash. Fieo
12lh RACE POLO RACE.
Running Race, -J-mde dash. Own
ers to ride, catch weights. Foi
niembeis of any Polo Club in the
13th RACK MULE.
Running Race, J-niiledanh. Catch
weights. Free to all.
1 lth Race SWEEPSTAKE.
Running Race, g-mile dash ; han
dicap. Ki0 each, $10 foifeit. As
sociation adds $.10. Fieotoall.
Per oidei of Executive Committee,
L. M. VETLESEN,
Cottages to Eent
nALjk jVflt. LINCOLN has lust
M-Oti lTl completed Tlnee Veiv
SS&iHai Desirable CoU.ve. on the
corner of Kinait anil MaKiUl stieetK
'l'liee Collages liavo been lluished with
all model n iiniHovcuicuts and buing
situated neat the .Maklkl Valley hae
abuiidHiice of fiobli ami cool air. The
giounds contain bountiful shade tiees
and laie plants. They aie only two
minutes' walk horn the tiamcais, and
p. 11 ties desirous of rcciuiug one of the
eij pleas latest situations of the city
are r'o,uested to inspect the above pie
mlscs. Ifiy For fm t her partieulais apply to
til lm J. A. MAGOON.
HOTEL FOR SALE!
ijfc I isew, Two-
IH, M. .-HOIJ DIIIIUIII OpilOHlie
iy the Railway Station. WalluUu.
at iiiesent occupied by fleo V. Jlucfat
lane A Co, This is the hist business
ft. nnl iu Waihihii, and p uiiable for eitliei
a hotel or Mtore. It commands a tine
view of Hut hailmr. Foi terms apply to
MKs. E. B TOIlKLOR,
10'J tf 180 Nmiuiiii Avumio.
A VERY Deshablo Resl-
item 1. liiivfitul tin. Pit.
ffljlm i-nn. coiitainini; fi Rooms with
hitiheu, I'linti), DIulugiooni an 1 li.Hli.
'lint i'leiulses 111 uwell-Jaid out with f ill t
ami othei tiees. Apply to
L. P. FERNANDEZ,
4llt, lm Atll.F. Wlehinau'k.
iM hhi-H. Klif Brow, are
Hliowinj; a lino line of Kain
linu ami ntliei' Ntle Parlor
Kaselh, Wall JiraeUelH and
Window lorniceH at jiic.H
lo meet the thuea.
THE TREASON CASES.
Preliminary Hearing Before
Afternoon Session Sav 30th 1892
S. K. Kaeo was sworn as interpie
tor. George Nawaakoa, lesutned, 1:30
o'clock. There were foutteen meet
ings held altogether; made notes of
everything; made memoranda of the
meeting on the night of April 18.
Mr. Il'irtwell objected to the of
fciiugof any memoranda in evidence.
Counsel knew of no authority where
on this memoranda could be offered.
Deputy Attorney-General Creigh
ton brought forth his authority where
in he shows that a witness who had
taken notes near or at the time of any
meeting could refer to them to re
fresh his memory.
Mr. Ilartwell held that memoranda
prepared with perhaps the help of
othei s, was not allowable as evidence.
He protested against memoranda be
ing admitted aud that it was not law.
Judge Dole ruled that the authoii
ties shown were in favor of it.
Mr. Ilartwell wished to have the
piivilcge of looking over the docu
ment with tho Judge, and if the
Judge overruled then he would enter
a solemn piotest.
Witness Short notes of the meet
ing on April 18, took on a small tab
let, took them home and slraiglitem (I
them out; it was less than half an
hour after the meeting when I got
home. In answer lo a question by
Mr. Ilartwell, as lo whether the doc
ument was written at the Station
House, the witness answered, it was
written at my house.
Judge Dole knew of no practice
which allowed conntel to look at a
document before it is lead.
Witness Meeting on April 18th;
at J. W. Bipikane's house; Col. Ash
ford, R. W. Wilcox, witness, Bipi
kane, Lot Lane, Kahahawai, and
others. (Refers to memoranda to
refiesh memoiy on other names),
Maxwell, Kapoi, Manuel Ross, Ka
imiuioku, Heiman Kaouli, Kaohele,
Kaona, Iloopii, Kila, Kamakaokalaui ;
R. W. Wilcox staled the object of
the league, on suggestion fiom Ash
ford, was to promote equal rights;
now it was impossible to obtain such
rights, ab the Bolabola (Marshal)
was at the head, and he was a fool ;
there was a meeting the following
night at the same place ; have a
memorandum of that meeting written
at my house half an hour after the
adjournment; the object of the as
semblage was to recruit members;
several wire swom in by Asliford in
English and in Hawaiian by Wilcox;
same remarks vveie made with
tegat d to aims, etc. ; some new mein-
oers weie aumuiea nut not sworn in ;
new members were, Win. Olepau,
Iliku, Puhili, Kinolau, Kahoomana
wanui and Ku ; others were Jim
Brown, Kaoluwacna, Kaona, and Ka
imimoku ; another meeting following
night at Col. Ashford's place, Apiil
20 ; Asliford, chairman, Wilcox, in
terpreter, Bipikanc, witness ; object
was lecruiting; others there were
Kamnka, Moehonua, Kolopapcla ;
others, don't remember mimes ; same
t online of business with Hie excep
tion of the admission of new mem
bers; referring to metnoiandiim,
seven other names were mentioned;
another meeting, Apnl 22d, at Ash
ford's; another meeting, April 21,
same place ; central committee,
studying how to attack the govern
ment; Col. Asliford slated that it
was a better plan to attack befote
the opening of the Legislature ; if
we waited till during session we
might have more men to cope with ;
if they were fortunate enough to take
the Palace some might join iu aud
the dissenting ones might hold a ses
sion and ask us what we intended to
do ; as Asliford was going away to
Flilo he (Asliford) wished to know
definitely whether any move would
be made befoie the opening of the
Legislatuie; Asliford advised Wil
cox to move into town; also, he would
try to get 100 revolvers, but he would
lind a way of getting them ; should he
(Asliford) send for guns it would
raise a suspicion, but if they weie
revolvers they could be easily hid
den ; l.'iUO lirearms were distributed
by mercantile houses during the last
revolution; following night meeting
at Bipikane's; it was a gem nil
meeting foi reci tilling meuibcis; Col.
Asliford, Wilcox, Bipikaue and others
were present ; May 2d was the next
meeting I attended; it was iu
Printer's lane I think ; Wilcox was
theie; some jeci tuts were sworn in;
u court of inquiiy was held ; it was
stated that Manuel Espinda was giv
ing awa the beciels of the League;
it was found that it was no such
thing; it was someone else not inte
rested in the League; it was karat
that Joe lCalnua was giving the thing
away, ami theie was a discussion
about using influence to get him out
of his position as I una on the road;
it was decided that Wilcox go to
Cuiuiuings and find out If he was
giving nway the transactions of the
League ami if so to have him tired;
there weie two meetings that night ;
one u general meeting and the other
an executlvoj Jim Crow, R. Palau,
Keaukiakoho, R. W. Wilcox, Bipi
kiine, Puhili, Kahui, Ilosea, Blown
and others were theie; Asliford was
not picscni ul the execit'lve council ;
ho had gone to llilo; Wilcox bialcd
the missionaries wetu not ttfiuid of
tho GeiuiHuu because they could bo
boui'ht with money, as for him they
weie sif aid because he was the lead
er of the Uuwniiaus and could not be
bought; he further stated that Col.
Ashiord had sent for 100 revolvers
by the last Australia ; the associa
tion was called the Hawaiian Patrio
tic League ; I joined it on the 10th
of April ; the next meeting was at a
place next to Bush's on the 8th of
May; the oath was administered to
some soldiers the same as at other
meetings; the punishment for ttai
tois was death; don't know whether
anybody was mined ; 1 came in late
about half-past 8; Wan en, Kaaliu,
Boyd and Waitiee were theie when 1
at rived; Wilcox said we must be
cautious in taking men iu as the
soldicishtul (i league outside of ours;
the soldiers' league was established
so that the soldieis would not
know what we weie doing; the house
was unoccupied; it had no chaits, no
table; 1 attended another meeting
but it was not a uieetiug because It
was surprised by the police; it was
at Bipikane's; it was a gathering in
the yard ; can't give the date, Bipi
kanc, Palau, Kahahawai, Kaiiniinoku
and John Brown were piesent. It
was to be an cccutive tneetinu ; no
one presided ; I attended no meeting
after the 8th, except tins sui prised
meeting; theie vv. is another meet in;;
on Ma lGth, at which Air. Ashfotd
stud confidentially for the benefit of
the members that he had been in
foi tned by his brothel that Mr. Castle
(W. R ) had called on his brother
and wanted him to bo careful in tak
ing in men into their league. Mr.
W. R. Castle had given the informa
lion to C. W. Aslitotd that the Mar
shal hail information about the move
ments of the League; C. W. Asliford
then told Mr. Cistie that he had no
information of an league in which
he was iuterested. mit if he had any
thing to convey I ) his brother he
would vciy willingly take the mess
age ; there was a meeting on May
12th at Printer's line; there weie
four new recruits; Geo. Nichols, Lee,
Daiiicla, Win. Kaawalta; new names
weie proposed, including two police
men ; they weie lo be sworn in the
next evening at Palaina, at Kila's;
I was not picscnt at that meeting; I
attended a meeting on the 11th of
April, I Hunk at Colonel Ashfotd's.
Another di-cussion bete took place
on the use of memoranda by witness,
ending in the inspection of the notes
by Court and counsel.
Mr. Ilartwell stated that the pris
oners had, as he was iufonned, been
called up by day and by night to
make statements before the Marshal.
He would like the practice to be stop
ped by lusti notions from th"- Cotnt.
The Court took the ground that it
had no right lo interfere in the mat
ter. At 4:1.5 an adjournment was taken
until 10 o'clock this morning.
O. J. McCarjiiy has lots on Liltlia
httcet foi die. 15-tf
Ann.' Mi.ivmg uo Uniumbei Skin
'Lome. Hiion, bmith it Co., Agent--.
Sl'NnntN leheved at ouec bv Cu-
ciinibei 'lomc. Buiimhi, hinith it Co.,
H nt-. 1-tf
Naiivi:K.iiis and Uuiios in gieal
v.uiety at tho "Klite" Ice Cit.tm
Tim Riuiinvviok bilh.iid p.ulois ate
the most elegant ple.iMiie ictoit in
"Win:ni: sh.ill I !-e ou tins even
ing?" "Oh, tame old place, the
BiutiMViek." 0 tf
Fitrsii toll-, and doiiKhiiuth and ci,
line cup ol cofluo .vmi can get oveiv
mm niiiLC at tliu "Khlo" Ilo Cie.tin
l'.uluit.. ,ri lm
1)1. 1 Ii ions i otiee and hoi ol.ile w ill
hu n ivnl cveiv iiiuiunig i.nl.v .11 the
Palace lie Um.iiu 1'.ii1ui, Ludivigbcn,
it thou, Hotel .fieri 1-u
Oi.r voitt uontn and choes tnnd(
aud rciiuitd I.y tho old W.uluku
Alioeuinker, L. 'Ioiami.s, oh IO.1--1
Hotel stieet. Piihl-elnh woik, h w
pi km. Ml
DltrssvivKixo, Ontiing and Pitting
done at lultcn' hotlhe-. Piiliit 111
guaianteed. MISS WOLP. T.i Reie
t.inia stieet, or .Vliittial telephone (111(1,
In foie S 11, 111, or 5,110 p, m, 8-llni
Miss Maiiy LYi.i:,laielj tiook-l.eopoi
with Kgan it (iiinu, 1- pi 1 j in j t d o do
htenojiiaphing and tv pe-wiitnig at
modulate rati .s. Oi ulii ite ol lfe.ild's
UiiMiie-. College, Han Kiaiii i-co.
Olh.i. with C. J. McOaithy, Ufi ln
cli.iut stiiel. 2-lm
Mr. J. P. Rlai.e, tin e.Mcnsive leal
eslale dealer 111 Ues Moino, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one ol the severest
attacks of pneumonia while iu the
northern part of that slate diiriim a
recent bliud, mivs the atimlny
Jieview. Mr. Rlai.e had occasion to
diive several miles during the stonu
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable lo get win in, and ni
bble of an hour alter his return lie
was tlueatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. lllai.e
sent to the nearest ding stoie and
got a bottle of Chainbei Iain's Cough
Remedy, of which he had often
heard, and look a number of laigo
dobes. Ho bays the clleet was wou
dei Inland that iu a short time ho
was bieallnng quite easily. Uc kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able to cmne to Des Moines.
Mi. lllai.e regai ds his ctne as bimply
wotulerful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealeis, llenson, .Smith
&. Co., Agents.
The bnht tiling to hoikI to
your friends alM'o.Hi iw liing;
UroK.' HliiHtniled houvi'tilr
of Uiiwaii, which 1h gotten
up tor the purpose and in
nol tin ii't vH uimmf .
I Ht" Vfc.tKuY"uLLETlN-
l coluuiiii of luteiotliig 1 nailing
uiuttuu, Mulled to furuigu oouimlw.
SC; iKlauiU $i,
Importer and Dealer in
Steel and Iron Ranges.
LsVr MSWMMSM Vlarliitl-i-
tflSSL ' "JS M,!"ll frv lrl W "s3wF?'VvifirT
SaESsKS&aM SBHcE&WfeBJi L
SfcJ-ii ,ro-irT TT -
-OP V. ki. !. Ert- E; M . ...X. T-rf-I
s3ti i i
Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen U tonsils,
AGA1E WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
wiiriE, gray ami silvish-i'latei)
LAMP - AMD - FIXTURES.'
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Wder and Boil Pipes,
lumbing, Tin, Copper
.. oil I'lonlt," Wok
Builders' & Geneia! Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery I General KercMse,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCCX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
DEWING MACHIN ES.
ii iraiiin 11 111
; P. O. BOX 4S0.
Wet Cor. Niiiiauu V litc slreeth.
xSf If jou want to ave time and money buy jour Furultuie, etc., at tho
I. X. L., coinet Jstiu inn and Kin;; stieeti
EQf Found the plate to buj JSew and "-eeoml hand Fin aiturc of all kinds at
lowet piiie-, tlie 1. X. L.eoinci Xiiu.inii and King tuets.
tet" Ilediootn Si tt-, Waidiobes. Ice Bn.e, Stoves, Ohaiii. Hanging Lamps,
Itugs, liiiie.iu-, L'lielloiiieio, etc., sold cheaji loi cash at the I. X. L., coiuei Nuu
auu and Kiu tieel. ,
ittT- ,-iteatnei and Vetauda Cliaii-., Sofa. l.ed Lounges, BabvCtibs, Clothes
Baskets, Sewing Machines, Whatnot-,, .Meat -ales, Tiituk-, etc., told at the lowest
cash pines at the I. X. 1.,., Xew and Sicoud-hand Fuiuituiu llouse, coiner Nuu
auu aud King stieets.
S. W. LEDE.RER,
voir fcJwirt' Open baturrtay
Telephones, No. 11!)
WbbM5q 1 e vJz
King Street, bet. Port & Alakea Streets,
IMPORTER &. DEALER IN
irrocerias, irrovisions, i?J.our & Ueea.
Prcsh California Eoll Butter & Island Butter
AMVAYb ON HAND.
New Goods received by tvny steamers from Sau Francisco
fUSF" All oiders faithtully attended to and batiafaction guaianteed. Island
orduii hoheiled and packed with eaie.
relephones, No. 175.-
&- r ' ?-'
fan ja B
$ tctn Sun
Oahloruia Wlicat, Oat Hay, in h.igo and coinjnefcbcd halch; Bailey, Rolled
& Giouud Bailey, California & New Zealand Oats, .Middlings, Bian, Coin,
Clacked Corn, Wln-.it, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Alto,
Drifted &rew and Victor Flour 1
: IT ia 1 'I iLJZ 111 i t :
V(i keep (oiihtantly in ntock tho celebiated Fcitiheis uiuiiufacluied by Mr.
A. ILuib ul San Fianciseo, vu. : Bonn Meal, Wool Dust and High Gi ado
luper Phosphates, all of which can bt had at bediock prices.
(Jiff" Island o"dnr n In ited n
LEWIS & CO.,
HONOLULU, H. L,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail
By each steamer of tho O. ti, b. Co, from California flush Calafoiuia Roll
Buttei, Froen Oysters and Frcbh California Fiuitb, Fibh, Game, Vegetable,
etc , etc. A complete lino of Orosi-o & Blackwell's & J. T. Morton't Canned
A Bottlo.l Goods always on hand. Abo, jubt received a fresh line of Geiman
Pales and Potted Mcatb and Bottled PrcbCivcd Fruits, Luwis it Co.'s Malliso
Brand hugar Cincd llauib and Bacon, New Bieakfiibt Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Oicam Wheat Flakcb, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Oiuugcb, Oregon Bui haul: Potatoes, Etc., Etc.. Em. Salisfac'iim guaranteed.
4. E. MclfrTYK & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
, G-rocenes, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORP AND KING STREKTS.
, New Oinl u uuin mrj paiki-t from Ladein ritauib and Fiuopc,
Fiuuh Califi rina I'loduec by uveij muuiui All oiilim fuitlifiillj attuiduil
to and Good delivered to any pari of tliu oit fruv of uliarge, Iblaiul orilum
1 Boliuitud. batibfaotlon uuaruutood, 1-tfl
Stoves anil Furores,
. -. . J
si.ti Sheet Iron Work,
V S'? Kmt: r r-ti..
IMLKJAL TEL. i)0.:
L.veuin;H till 9 o'clock. -a
-P. O. Box 372.
Cor. Eilinburgh & Queen Sts.
Ws. ll $J
K R Uaa A a
d eitisfctii)ii puaranteeil.
-P. O. Box 297.
ill Fort Street,
Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
-Telephone No. 92.
?mw . Mr Vfftii ii iflft. Llifn,i IT
ti S fr B 0
graP 1 siiraoin k raw
aayiv? tiisiuiiy ihlsii?