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K" INS.UliE IN THE HfflTH ANNUAL MEETING """"" gj
ff EqustabBe Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
An Eminently Conservative and Safe Company.
FIN AN J1 A L STKENUTH .
Tim .'0119i1l.er.1U0u of fust, importance in judging of the condition of
any linancial institulion (ami notably of a life assurance company, the ma
jority of whose contracts extend our long periods of years) is its surplus
strength. The Equitable has, over and above all liabilities, a larger !ur
plus than any oilier assurance company.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891, - - ' $136,198,518.38
UTILITIES, including tho Rosero on all existing Policies, (4
por con!. Standard) and Special Roscrvo (toward tho es
tablishment ol a 3)i por cent, valuation) ol $1,500,000 109,905,537.82
Surplus, ... $ 26,292,980.56
Th'is Surplus remains after making provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation of Liabilities based on the standard preset ibed by the In
surance Law of the Slate of jS'ew York, which assumes that Assets will be
invested so as to lealize iulcicst at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum. In
addition to litis, in a spirit of consetvatistn, the Directors of the Society,
on the lccoinincndatiou of its Finance Committee, have set aside a Special
Additional Reserve, looking low aids even a moie stringent and conservative
future staudaid of valuation titan the law now prescribes.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Accnt for Hawaiian Islands.
AND FOR SALi: AT LOWEST MARKET KATES.
Cases li. & N. OLD G15NJ2VA (double berried).
" J. JL. K. & Z. do (20 bottles each).
" B. & A. IvfcY Bit AND (small white bottles).
do do (small black bottles).
Also, Foster's Porter in Quarts and Pints.
JO"V JEJTOY Sc oo.,
'Foster Block," 1U Xuuauu stieet, Honolulu.
lUiilnul rXVl. 0. -a
c. j. McCarthy,
Nkw Cummins' Block, Merchant Sikeet.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Rents Collected .ind Houses Rented.
gjsW Any business entrusted to nie will receho prompt attention. $C3
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
Is open now and offet an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Good.
We make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and are now
ready to take ordets in that line.
A brand new stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens," Tasseh ,
Fringes, Draperies and other
artistic goods arc offered lo the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
THE GEO. LUCAS' HOMESTEAD1
On Jiulcul xluof.
Containing? Bcdiooms, Bailor, Diiiing
rooin, bitliiig-rooui, Until, etc. Al-o a
2-Koom Cottage In thuyaid. 'I'huie uin
Stables and Ca'iiugu lloiti-c. Rent $40
per uioutli. Apply to
-JOS tf O. J. MCCARTHY.
.Tv!lr As Wnl!linmlte.
KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY.
King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Xgy Funicular attention paid to all
kinds of rcpaliH. l-'O
A SPRINGFIELD IIO-Llght Oas Ma
eliltte In complete woi king oider
and guuiaiitu'd. Will he Bold upon
favoi able let iiih to the puicliiiFui-. aImj
a lew Handsome Fixtures. Apply to
J'JO tf King htreet.
'MosHfH. Kluy Bros, uro
Hliowint;; u lino lino of Bum- j
boo and olluir Htylo Parlor i
KiikhIh, "Willi BracUotH and i
Window CornictJH at prlcen
iLOillittttt tlio tiuieu.
. SOJ JghnrrTJT- I . - - , ZTf . .
(Hiim) - . . Bnx iar
PROF. ElfiflG. JAEGERS
I herewith appoint Mil. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the sale of my
Genuine Sauitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the 19th of September, 90.
A FULL ASS0RTMe5t"jUST ARR1YED.
T t o p
JUNE 11, 1892,
Tlio bent tiling to noiid to
your frieiidH abroad Ih King
BroH.' IlliiHtrated Sou von ir
of Hawaii!, which in gotton
up lor tlio inirnoHO uud Ih
not (Ui advertisement.
Sanitary U nderclothing
JUNE 11, 1892.
JUT Races to Oommenco at 10 o'olook Bharp.
1st RACE BICYCLE RACE.
1st Prize, Gold Medal; 2d
Prize, Silver Medal.
1-Mile Dash. Free for all.
2d RACE "QUEEN LILIUOKA
LANI CUP." 8100 added.
Running Race,-J-Mile Dush. Free
3d RACE "LUNAMAKAAINANA
PLATE." S 100.
Trotting and Pacing for Ha
waiian Bred Horses to Harness.
Mile Heats ; best 2 in 3.
4th RACE 'GOVERNOR'S CUP."
Running Race. J-Mile Dash for
Hawaiian Bred Horses.
5th RACE "KALAKAUA CUP,"
formerly His Majesty's Cup.
Running Race. 1 Mile Dash. Ha
waiian Bred Horses owned by
members of the Jockey Club.
Cup to become the property of
the one winning it twice.
Winner in 1887, "Poni Moi," Hon.
W. H. Cornwell.
Winner iu 1888, "Wonder," Mr. E.
Winner in 1890, "Wilhelinine," Col.
Z. S. Spaldidg.
Winner in 1891, "Yum Yum," Hon.
J. A. Cumininb.
Cth RACE-"HONOLULU PLATE."
3-Minute Class. 8100.
'Plotting and Pacing to Harness,
lor all Horses not baving a record
of 3 Minutes or better. Mile
Heats; best 2 in 3.
7th RACE-"ROSlTA CHALLENGE
CUP." S 100 added.
Running Race. 1-Mile Dash. Win
ner to beat record of "Angie A."
l.io.r Free for all.
8th RACE KAPIOLANI PARK
'1 rotting and Pacing to Harness.
Mile Heats ; best 3 in 5. Free for
9th RACE KAMEI1AMEHA
Running Race, 1-Mile Dash.
Hawaiian Bred Horses.
10th RACE JOCKEY CLUB POST
Swcepstakds'$20. Trotting and
Pacing to Harness. Mile Heats ;
best 2 in 3. Hoises to be diiven
by Members of the Olub.
11th RACE "OCEANIC S. S. CO.
CUP." 875 added.
Running Itace, f-Milo Dush.
Hawaiian Bred Hoises.
12th RACE PONY RACE. 875
with Racing Saddle from His
E?;. II. A. Widemann added.
Running Ruee, 1-Mile Dash. Ha
waiian Bred, for Ponies 14 hand
and under. Catch-weight,
13th RACE MULE RACE. 850.
Running Race, 1-Milo Daub. Ha
waiian Bied. Catch-weight.
14th RACE "PRESIDENT CUP."
Running Race, 1-Mile Dash
Free for all.
All entries to close at 2 o'clock p.
m on MONDA'Y, Juno 0, 1892, at
the office of the Sucretary, and all en
try fees 10 percent unlebf otherwise
All Races to bo run or trotted un
der the rules of the Hawaiian Jockey
All Horres are expected to statt
unleps drawn by 12 o'clock noon on
June 10, 1892.
All Horbes are expected to appear
on the track at tho tap of the bell
from the Judge' Stand, othciwiso
they will bo lined.
Admitfinn , . . . .50 ets.
Grand Stand (extra)
,,.,.. 50 cts. audi U 00
Cairinge (inside of couise)..$2 50
tjuarler-stretch Budges.. , . ,!f5 00
O. O. BEKGEIt,
435-td Secretary H. J. C.
ML fVJVAL I'ltKMHKS, at
fTOrlflrr Dcrctuuli street, opno-
pile Foit-stieet Cliureh. Ap
ply to R, I. LILLIK,
im tf At Then. II. Davie & Co.
Room ceutrallv located.
Eiujulru Ituu.K'iiN Olllce.
eligible to election to the Legislature
of tho Kingdom or to hold the posi
tion of an elective member of tho
samo'nnd as the following .ro mem
bers of tho Privy Council, vte: lions.
J. S. Wnlkcr, J. E. Bush, J. A.
Cummins, Paul Neumann, John Ena,
(3. O. Bergor, J. G. Iloapili, W. II.
Cotnwell, P. P. Kanoa and J. K.
Kaunatnano, nil holding seats in the
Legislature, be it resolved that the
Judiciary Committee inquire, (1)
whether a member of the Privy Coun
cil is an executive olllcerof this Gov
ernment? (2) if such is the case is he
entitled to hold a seat as an eleclivo
member of this House?
Rep. Ashford said it was a serious
and vital question and deuinndcd the
attention of the llotf-e. He read
from Article 10 of the Constitution.
He did not believe it was the intcn
tlon to have tho application extended
as far as some think, for instance to
tho position of notary public ; thought
that a member of the Privy Council
was far more of an executive oillccr
than a notary, public ; they, tho Privy
Council members, bad executive
functions to perform, they advise the
Sovereign and she cannot act without
their consent In the matter of the
use of the pardoning power; they
can giant money without the consent
of the Legislature; did not sonsidet
that the members named should in
any way vote on this question.
Noble Neumann amended so as to
include all the attorneys in the House
the Judiciary Committee to repoit.
Rep. Smith considered the motion
proper and hoped it would be car
ried. It was proper that all questions
touching upon the qualifications of
members should be referred to thel
The resolution as amended was
passed and referred to the Judiciary
Rep. Kapaltu gave notice of a bill
to encourage stock raisers; also read
for first tiiiiu a bill to amend the lavs
relating to keepers of billiard halls
and bowling alleys.
Rep. loscpa gave notice of a bill
relating to the licensing of tailor
Rep. Kamauoha read for the Gist
time a bill to amend Section 1419 of
the Civil Code ; also a bill relative to
the holding of an additional term of
the Third Judicial Circuit Court.
Rep. White offered a resolution
that 810,000 be inserted in the Ap
propriation Bill for the building of a
road from Lahaina to Hakaloa. Laid
on table to be considered with the
Rep. Aki gave notice of a bill to
grant additional licenses for the sale
of liquor at Palama, Waikiki and
Rep. Waipuilani read for first time
a bill authorizing natives to acknowl
edge articles of adoption.
Rep. Kaluna gave notice of a bill
to compel piivale cairiages to carry
lights at night.
Minister Spencer rend for first lime
bill relating to the suppression of dis
eases amongst cattle.
Rep. Kamauoha for first time bill
to repeal the law relating to compul
Noble Pua gave notice of a bill re
lative to permitting of distillation of
At 12 noon the House took a recess
until 1:30 p. m.
House assembled a few minutes
after the hour set and on resuming
business, Rep. Iosepa read for first,
time a bill to amend Sec. 13, Chap.
G. S. L. 1890, rulative to electoral
districts. To print.
Rep. Kamauoha lead first time bill
to repeal Chap 07, S. L. 1890, ic
lating to Chinese immigration. To
Rep. Akina gave notice of bills
(1) to increase duty on imported rice,
(2) that all Governmental accounts
be kept in both English and Hawai
ian. Consideration of the order of the
day was now had, bringing to notice
Bill No. 2, appropi lating the sum of
$25,000 for expenses of the Legisla
ture. Bill passed second reading
nnu to engrossment, to be lead a third
Bill No. 3, relative to the recoin
ago of certain silver coins in the
Treasuiy inlo smaller denominations
was brought up and after a lengthy
discussion, mote on the merits of the
bill than the motion made to refer,
the bill was referred to the Finance
Bill No. 4, to amend Sec. 12,
Chap. 8, S. L. of 1888, relating to
the fees of sheriffs and deputy sher
lffs in cases of levying execution, was
on motion of Noble Peterson referred
to a Special Committee to be called
the "Committeo on Police and Pri
sons." Noble Macfailnne rose to a ques
tion of ptivitege relative to the criti
cism which had appeared in the
editorial columns of the Advertiser
regarding a question addressed by
him the previous day to the Minister
of Foreign Affairs and in re certain
expressions used by tho American
Minister in an address made on
Memorial Day. Noble Macfailane
stated that the ciiticism endeavored
to place him in a false position and
one which he did not intend to oc
cupy. Ho yielded to no on,e in his
respect and admiration for the Great
Republic and its generous liberty
loving people. He said: "In a sense,
the American Minister repicsents
that republic and its people, but it is
only when he conducts himself with
in the lines laid down for diplomatic
representatives. I maintain that if
this Government and people desne
to retain the respect of the govern
ments mid peoples of the world, they
must bo uelf-respecting and mubt re
sent all interferences with our affairs,
when conducted ilh a proper regaul
for other nations by foreign-repre
sentatives. 1 have said that the
American Minister represents the
American people, but I must again
qualify this assertion by saying that
he best docs so when ho refuses to
interfere in our domestic affairs, at
tho instance of n faction in this com
munity, who?o organ is the Atlvci
tlser, whose leaders arc ox-Ministers
of Hawaii, who, like tho followcis of
Moses, arc longing for the flesh pots
of Egypt, and whoso purpose seems
to be to rule or ruin. Against this
faction every ft lend of the Hawaiian
people must stand anaied."
Rep. Kamauoha from the select
committee to reply to the speech
from the Throne pi esented the fol
To Unit Majlstv
Madam: We the Nobles and Re
presentatives assembled in the Legis
lature of the Hawaiian Kingdom,
respectfully recognize and appreciate
the fact that in consequence of tho
death of your much beloved brother,
your predecessor on tho throne, who
reigned over this nation wisely and
progressively, it became incumbent
upon the throne of Hawaii and the
ualion to mourn hiiclt loss, and to
forever lemember his efforts for the
good and benefit of his Government,
and that by the grace of God and
the Constitution of the Hawaiian Isl
ands you ascended the tin one of the
Hawaiian Kingdom, and vc respect
fully trust and have confidence that
you, the first Q.tecn in the history of
this nation, w ill direct your govern
ment for the welfare, peace and pi ti
gress of the Kingdom in its internal
as well as external affaiis. And wo
hereby pray the Almighty God to
prolong your n ign on the throne of
Hawaii, and live in godliness and the
hearts of your people. "Let the life
of the land be pei pi-luated in right
eousness." We heartily congratu
late you and approve your selection
and appointment of Her Royal High
ness Princess Victoria Kawekiu Kaiu
lani Lunalilo Kalaninuiahilapalapa as
your successor on the throne. We
coulially commend you, on jour ac
ceptance of your royal station, in ac
cepting the will of your people, abid
ing by the Constitution and the laws
of the Kingdom and helping to in
crease the welfare and happiness of
And we are very happy lo learn
that continued friendly lelations exist
between foreign powers and your
Government. We will endeavor care
fully to enact suitable laws to remove
the depressed condition of the land
consequent on tariff legislation in the
United States, and we also hope that
our endeavors to that end will meet
with favor from our great and gene
Wc believe it will be beneficial to
the country that such laws be enact
ed as will ptomote the industrial and
agricultuial lesource of the King
dom, and we will give careful con
sideration to such laws as will facili
tate the acquiring of lands for home
steads, as benefiting the resources of
Inasmuch as the levenues of the
Kingdom hae been much reduced,
we will endeavor to catefully appio
priate the levenues of the Kingdom
for necessary purposes', and to reduce
or remove such appropriations as are
not absolutely necessary.
We hope, to eucouiage the connec
tion of your Kingdom with the United
Slates of America by submarine
cable, as being of great assistance to
the indiibtrial as well as the commer
cial interests of your people.
We believe that it will be to the
great advantage of your Kingdom
that most substantial assistance be
given toward making a creditable ex
hibit at tho city of Chicago, in the
year 1893, in lesponse lo llie invita
tion of the President of the United
We will give propel attention to
all matters that will advance the
countiy, and a careful examination
of the tepoits of your Minibter- and
of such laws as they may submit foi
our consideration upon internal as
well as external matters, and to pie
seive the independence of the King
dom and the maintenance of the
Throne of Hawaii.
We are respectfully, Your Majesty'b
obedient servant, The Nobles
and Representatives of Your
Kingdom, by our duly elected
G. P. Kamauoha.
Wm II. CoitNWKIX.
J. A. Cummins.
Juno 3, A. D. 1892.
Rep, Smith made a verbal collec
tion in lite translation.
Rep. Io3epa moed the adoption of
the leport, as corrected. Carried.
The House adjourned at 2:50 p.m.
EUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD & COAL.
Whke & Black Sand
Which wo will bell at tho very lowest
maiket rates foi a ami.
Bell Tele. 414. -Bolter- Mutual Teio. 19.
Oi kick: Room o, SpieokcU' Block.
Mutual Telephone 1U8.
New Designs ! Modorn Buildings
Complete plans and speeineiitions for
eveiy dceilpilon of building. Contuieis
diiiwu mid eutefiil bupeilntendeiiee of
eoiiBtiiictlou given when leipilred. Call
mihI examine iilaiin. upr an ly
WIumi you wuiii. ii Portrait
Unlnrgml ctll on iiliu,' Bros.,
Bt tlioir prlo lint and ho
HMunloa. Thoy cau'fc bo boat.
. JOHN NOTT,
Importer and Dealer In
Steel anfl Iron Ranges, Stoves id Fines,
AGATE WARE IN
WHITE, GRAY AKI)
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
lambing, Tin, Capper and Sheet iron Work.
m. ... itioon." rvo.. i"- -n a1?- it it t
Boilders' & Ceneial Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General lentafe,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILGCX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
Tri"TTT-r-inrn"ln- ' ir n i 11 ir n i tuimm !
P."6.' BOX 480.: Ill llikC H8 A
Went Cor. JNuituivii Ai- li"iju Sst,ro-i,:.
153 If you want to save time and money buy your Funiltuie, etc., at the
I. X. L., corner Xuuauu and Kinj; stieets
figy- Found the place to buy Mew .ind Second-hand Furniture of all kinds at
lowest piiees, thol. X. L.. corner Xuuauu .ind Kinj; 'tieets.
txt liedioom Sets. W.udioboa, lee Buxe, &iocs, Cu.iiis, Hanging Lamps,
Bugs, Itiue.iua, Oheffonieio, etc., sold elieaii for cash at the I. X. L., corner Xuu
auu and King sticeti.
SfcUf-htennier aud Veianda Cha'ns, Sofa-.. Bed Lounges, Baby Ci lbs, Clothes
Baskets, bowing Machines, Whatnots, Meat .-..if es, Ti links, etc., sold at the lowest
cash prices at the I. X. L., Xew aud Sieond-haud Furultuie House, comer Xuu
auu and King & tieets.
S. W. LEDERER,
yt,r.ri Oiion halm day
Telephones, No. ll'J,-
bildSa HySlabO, LiglOOili EfiOGEC,
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & FeecL
Fresh California Roll Butter & Island 3utter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
New Goods received by ivuy steamirs from Spji Francisco
5 All oidera faithtully attended to and Mitibfactiou guaranteed. Island!
orderri solicited and u.utked with cue.
Telephones, No. 175.-
UNION FEED CO., .Lfd,
OFFER FOB SALE
California Wheat, Oat Hay, in laige and compressed hales ; Barley, Rolled:
A Ground Barley, California & New Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bran, Coin,
Ciacked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. AlbO,
Drifted Snow atrrd Victor Hour
: If 10 1 U' ILIZ Ifl X. J? j
vVe keep constantly jn ttoek tho cell bra led Fcttilizcrs munufactuied by Mr,
X. Huns of San Fiancibco, viz.: Bono Meal, Wool Dust and High Uiudo
Super Phosphates, all of which can he had at bedrock prices.
&0T" IhHikI ordorn lieited ind (.atisfnotinn Kuarmitwd. jgi
LEWIS & CO., Ill fort Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers jb Groceries & Provisions
By each steamer of the O. S. ti. Co, from California fresh Oaluforniu Boll
Butter, Frozen Oystert. and Fresh California Fiuits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete lino of Crosbo & Blackwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned
& iSotlloJ Uoods always on hand. Also, just received a fresh lino ol German
j Putcs and Potted Meats and Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
in anil bug.ir uureil Jianis unit liaeou,
1 lakes unit Cream Wheat i lakes,
Oranges, Oregon Burhauk Potatoes,
P. O. Box 145..
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Good, ru. .iveil by every packet from Kutiii BluUm ami Europe,
Fresh OalifoumvPtodiico by uury nuinior, All oidurtt luilhfully utlonded
to and Goods-delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island ordern
uolioitcd. Batisfiotiou guaranteed, 1-U1
& Kitchen Utensils,
: MUTUAL TEL. 0. :
fcvwmnjjH till 9 o'donk.
-P. O. Box 372.
-Oor. Edinburgh & Queen Sta.
-P. O. Box 297.
JNew liicaklast Cereals, Cream Oat
bicuy Lemons and California Riverside
Etc., Etc., Etc. BatisfacMon guaranteed.
-Telephone No, 92.