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INSURE IN THE
Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
An Eminently Conservative and Safe Company.
FINAis CIAl , STRENGTH.
Tho consideration of Hi si impoitaticc In judging of the coiulltion of
any Ilnaucinl institution (and notably of a life ussurniiuc company, the ma
jority of whose contracts extend over long puiioih of years) is its surjdus
strenyth. The Equitable has, over and above all liabilities, ti larger sur
plus than any other assurance company.
Assets, Dec.31, 1891,
LIABILITIES, Including tho Rsssrvo on all existing Policies, (4
por cent. Standard) and Special Roservo (toward tho es
tablishment ol a 3 per cent, valuation") ol $1,500,000
Surplus, ... $ 26,292,980.56
This Surplus remains after making provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation of Liabilities based on the standard prescribed by the In
surance Law of the State of Now Yuik, which assumes that Assets will bo
invested so n to lealize interest at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum. In
addition to this, iu a spirit of conservatism, the Directors of the Society,
on the lecomiuendntion of its Finance Committee, have set aside a Special
Additional Reserve, looking towauls even a more stringent and conservative
future staudaul of valuation than the law uow prescribes.
The "OLD Stores
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
taiture, Cabinet Making, OpMering & UotetakiM
Business in Honolulu aie -,till extant, ami the business, its originator auil
present piopiietoi heie to sr.iy. El.ivins? piuohasM'd the entire Intel est of
the late linn of H. 11. Williams 6z Co., comprising the laigest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking G-oodb
I2er in Honolulu; piineipilly Mdceted by II. II. Williams dming his late three
month'-' wsit to the Co.i-t, I now offei this stock uutl futiiie additions for
CASH at puces much less than heretofoio ehaigcd.
Ifiy- The undeisigned in lesiuning lus old place and business would respect
fully lendei his giatuful thanks for the libeial patronage of old fi lends of this
and neighboiiug Islands, and hope to mi lit a continuance of their favors while
soliciting a sbaie fiom new ft tends; ami again offeis bis services iu
ftfioving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Caieful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
IVhtting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Vlen !
tSSS" PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. "
At Gieatly Iteduccd Prices.
Chenille Poitieros at lj0 .i I'uii. Black Beaded Capes foi Ladies, $5 Reduced
from 115 aud 20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A new lino of Clmllies atJOe. per yard. 42-inch All Wool Dress
Goods, in Plain, Striped aud Checked, reduced fiom
$1 to GOc. per y.ud, at
B. F. EHLERS & GO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
tfrT Dressmaking under tbe management of MISS CLAKK. fl
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Coruer JFort .St
tST KKUUCTIOA' !
Ladles' Muslin CoiubimUiun Chemises
with L.iui-8, Si -0 foi $2 85
Ladies' Muslin Combination Chemise-,
wlthliiiibrollery, $1 50 for $ I 00
Ladica' Muslin Chemises, 75c. for 50c.
JUST RECEIVED Ex. "BENMORE"
, ifiT AND FOR SALE AT LOWEST MARKET HATES. 0
CiihB B. & N. OLD GJSNEVA (double berried).
" J. D. K. & Z. do (20 bottles each):
15. & N. KEY IHtAND (small white bottles).
do do (small black bottles).
Also, Foster's Porter in Quarts and Pints.
LOVEJOY Ac CO.,
'Foster Block," 10 Nuuauu stieet, Honolulu.
nindnii 'XNsi. :jos. -a (tu im) t&r . 'x lav.
c. J. McCarthy,
New OuiiMiNb' Block,
RE AL ESTATE
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED.
itfaKrtAnybusinessjJntrusted to niu will iccoivo pnjnjpyUJyuuUon.
firm, ir. .imam - '
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for Hawaiian Islands.
K2T JlKIUCTION !
Ladles' Muslin Skuts with Laces, $3 50
for $2 50
Ladies' Muslin Skirts with Embroidery,
$2 50 for &l 75
Latest Style bilk and Sateen Blouses
EIIRLICH & CO.,
Coiner Fort & Hotel streets.
COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
and Houses ituuted,
Notice to the Public !
The Hawaiian Soap Works
Is still In existence at tho old stand,
Leleo, and has been so since tho year
1855. lampieparcd to put up Soap at
tho following pi lees:
$4.60 par Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00
per 100 lbs. in Bulk.
50 Cents each allowed for emptv con
tainers returned in good older.
BQ? Weight for weight no rival con
cern can supply as good nn article for
the sanio pi ices.
BQT" Tlio only
In tbe Hawaiian
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
On and after Mny 1st,
1892, the New and De-
&.'. . Mi able Modern Residence
!3,' of the uuderlgned, on
Thurston Avenue, containing Large Pal
lor. Dluhig Room, Coiiservatory, Two
Bcdiooms, Dressing Room with Station -aiv
Washtaud and Cedar Wardrobe,
Hnthroom with Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water iittacliincnt.vl'antrlcs,
China Closet and Kitchen with New
Range, Uot Water Boiler aud all attach
Laige and convenient Stable on tho
premises containing two large box-Btalls,
carriage, lmrnos and feed rooms;' aud
Gi omuls 200x200, beautifully laid out
and ten. iced. The view is unsurpassed
For further particulars seo
W. O. ASHLEY,
38G-tf O. K. & L. Co.'s Depot.
The AL Btentuslilp
Is due at this port on June 19th and will
leae for the above ports on or
Bgy- For Freight or Passage, having
supei lor Cabin and Steciage accommo
dation, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
423 lm Agents.
r tO NICER,
stem mm FACTOR
Pastry Cook &
71 Hotel St.
For Portland, 0,,& Victoria, B.C.
TheS. S. "PALM AS"
Of the above Line will be due at
And will have Immediate dispatch for
tST Fot Freight or Passage apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES &. CO,,
441 17t Agents.
81 ICING STREET,
i. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Bctail Butcher
The Beit Lunoh in Town,
Tea and Coffee at ill Hours
The Finest Brands of
Always on Hand.
II. ii. NOII'K. Pi-oprluir.
EUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD & COAL.
we will Mill at the vi'iy lowest
uiiuket rates foi uasii.
Boll Tele. 414. "MqVr Mutual Tela. 10.
Ciprs, j&. Totac!
west Maui notes.
Tuesday, Jiluo 7, the Circuit dotlrt
of Wailuku, Maul, wa9 couvened by
the honorablo Judge Noah Kcpoikal
and then adjoin ned until Weilncsdny
the 8th, to await tho nriival from
Honolulu of Judge lllckerton, to
gether with the attorneys, ofllecrs
and prisoners, all of whom ai rived
by the steamer Claudlnc. Upon the
ie-asscnibllng of the Court Wednes
day morning tho empaneling of a
jury to try the case entitled llegina
vs. Pulolo, et ah, live native men
and flvo women for the murder of
Kalalill, a nnliie boy, at Awalua,
Lanai, was commenced but it seemed
Impossible to get together twcho
good men and true, who wcie not op
posed to hanging a woman. At G p.
m. the entire venire of jurymen hav
ing been exhausted, the Court ad
journed after having sent out for fifty
talesmen, and it was not until a
quarter after 8 o'clock the following
day that a jury was obtained and the
It is quite remarkable the amount
of interest and feeling thi3 case has
excited amongst the natives and of
anything but a friendly nature, as
far as tho principal defendant the
young woman Pulolo is concerned,
as evinced by the attacks made upon
her while on her way fiom the depot
to the jail Wednesday morning. Wai
luku is thronged with men and women
from all parts of Maul, Lanai and
Molokai, who have come prepared to
remain aud watch tho pioccedings.
The court-room is packed, all the
approaches theielo arc jammed and
groups of natives may be seen seated
upon the gi omuls about.
The prosecution is conducted by
Hon. Antone Hosa, assisted by Mr.
Gardner Wilder, and the defense by
Messrs. W. C. Achi and J. L. Kaulu
kou. Frjda', 4 p. u. The case is
closed. The Crown nol. pros'd live
of the defendants, the other five offer
no defense whatever. The attorneys
arc summing up.
A very interesting experiment in
producing rain by explosives was
made by the Wailuku Sugar Co., un
der the personal direction of Mr. H.
H. Plemmer, chief luna, Wednesday
afternoon, the 8th inst. Fifty-four
charges of giant powder were ex
ploded on the mountain next to Iao
Valley, and heavy rain fell in little
less than two hours afterward, con
tinuing through the afternoon and
evening. Mr. Plemmer informed
your correspondent that the cost of
materials used in this experiment was
a trifie less than $6, and that further
experiments would follow from time
Friday evening, June 10th, at 7
o'clock, Mary Ellen Lydia, eldest
daughter of Judge and Mrs. Charles
Copp, was married to Mr. W. B.
Hardeyof Hawaii, at the residence of
her parents, Makawao, Maui. The
Rev. Mr. Kitc.it of Lahainit ollicial
ed. AftVr the ceremony dancing was
indulged iu, to be followed on the
11th by a grand luau in honor of the
newly married couple.
The bride has been well and favor
ably known in this community since
early childhood. She resigned the
position of fust assistant teacher m
the Government school at Makawao,
which position she filled with great
credit to herself and to the entire
satisfaction of all concerned. A
young lady of an exemplary char
acter, prepossessing appearance and
gentle, winning manners, a most
affectionate and dutiful daughter,
beloved and esteemed by all who
have the pleasuie of her acquaint
ance, we wish her a long and happy
life and congratulate Mr. Hardey in
the possession of such a tieasure of
which his life knows no greater.
We notice that the Advertiser of
the 7th, with its customary leliability,
has married the young lady above to
a gentleman with the euphonious
name of Smith. This is a mistake,
Saturday the 11th will lie generally
obseivcd as a holiday devoted to
parties, balls, luaus, picnics, etc.
The East Maui Polo Club have a
tournament on that day. There are
a number of other festive gatheiings
on the tapis, among which may be
mentioned a grand picnic to Kleilu
Valley given by the scholars of the
Waihee Government School, for
which extensive preparations have
been made and a large number of
Our attention has been called to a
public nuisance that should be abated
at once. The Japanese residents of 1
Wailuku are in the habit of bathing
and making their toilets in the
streams by the road-sides and in pub
lic, in broad day-light inpuris natnr
ulibua, with not even the conventional
fig-leaf, often accompanying the dis-'
ginling exhibition of their bodies
with improper gestures when ladies
and children arc passing. It is
hoped thai this complaint may reach
tho eye of our brau now sheriff, who,
the ladies feel confident, will put a
stop to this outrage upon public
David N. Johnson, recently con
victed as a gross cheat, who, by the
assistance of Honolulu friends, was
enabled to swindle Mr. Henry Hob
erts, of Wailuku, to the tune of 8.i0,
has the effrontery to remain in Wai
luku, a gentleman at leisuie.
There is no shipping news from
Kahului, as theie are still no vessels
in port. The John D. Spiockels,
Cluistiansoii, master, is ten days out
from San Francisco, therefoi o her ar
rival here is looked for daily.
The electiic light plant has been
accepted by tho Maui Electi ic Light
& Power Co., and lias proved a suc
cess. Kahului is indeed brilliant at
night with its now lights.
The weather is clear and dry with
strong cast winds blowing,
Friday, June 10, 1H'J2.
THE OLDEST DAILY iu
X Kjhigdom-Tho Dully liuUetlu,
Ctosttic Kxlillittlon r Kmvnlnhno
Tho annual exhibition of tho Kn
wainliao Seminary took plnco Thurs
day evening in Kawalalino Chinch.
The sacred stono edifice was filled to
overflowing, many having to take
standing room. Ilcr Majesty tho
Queen graced the occasion with her
presence in the loyal pew. Tho
progiam opened slioitly before 8
o'clock with a inaicli by the Koynl
Hawaiian orohestia. A chorus,
"Welcome, Wo Sing," by the Semi
nary was a pleasant rendition. A
Bible recitation from the Psalms was
next, followed by prayer by the Hev.
S. L. Desha, of Konn, Hawaii. Lucy
Leico and Lucy Aukai manipulated
deftly the piano in a duet, tho
"Victoria Nocturne," in a pleasing
manner. Two compositions, "How
to Make Homo Happy" and "House
Keeping," by Emma Akana and
Lydia Alakaimoku were interesting
reading and would prove profitable
if followed by the rising generation
of the Seminary at maturity. A
historical sketch on "Alexander the
Great," was also given by Louise
The fan drill by twenty-four wee
tots of the piimary department, was
gono through without a hitch. A
choius by the whole school, "Pauabi
o Ka Lini," composed by her Maj
esty the Queen, was nicely sung,
ending the Hist pait of the program.
The piimary depailinent caused
much laughter in their rendition of
"Can Birds Talk?" A trio was
pleasantly rendeied, tho school join
ing in the chorus. "Keveil du
Lion," n (piano duet by M. Powcis
and Louise Alnpai, was applauded.
Tho giammar department then ren
dered a recital ion simultaneously.
A song by the school closed the even
The exhibition throughout was a
grand success, an ' credit in due tho
trainers of Hawaii's blooming young
damsels. The miHicnl department
under Miss Armstiong has leached a
high standard in that branch, and
that lady dcseives nil commendation.
City of Mexico, May 10. Clung
Wun and Kong Foo, the former a
wealthy Chinaman of San Francisco,
and the latter of St. Louis, have been
here for the past ten days and have
had two audiences with President
Diaz. The object or their visit lieie
is to secure a colonization concession
in the State of Tamaulipas for the
puipose of removing almost the en
tire population of thpr countrymen
who now reside in the United States.
They claim to leprcsent a society
of Chinese in the United States num
bering several thousand, all of whom
aie pledged to leave that couutiy on
account of tho Exclusion Act, and
seek new homes in Mexico. The
Mexican Government favois and en
courages the immigiation of Chinese,
and there is little doubt of the de
sired concession being seemed.
Tne land upon which the gieat
colony pioposes to settle is admira
bly adapted to the cultivation of sugar-cane,
fruit and produce.
Mr. ,1. P. Blauc, nn extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
nairowly escaped on' of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern pait of that state during a
recent bli.zard, says the Saturday
Jleuieiu. Mr. Blaio had occasion to
diive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
be was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour alter his return he
was thicatened with a scvcie case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blnize
sent to the neaiest diug store and
got a bottle of Chambci Iain's Cough
Itemedy, of which he had olteu
heard, and took a number of large
doses. He says the eifect was won
derful aud that in a short time he
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and the hum
day was able to come to Des Moines.
Mr. Bluje regaids Ins cine as simply
wonderful. X Fifty cent bottles fo'r
sale by all cfealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Tho best thing to neml to
your IrieiulH abroad is King
Bros.' Illustrated .Souvenir
of Hawaii, which is yotion
up lor tho pnrpoHo and is
not mi nih'rl lsoTviit,
KOOM,i TO L.ET.
FltONT Kooui and a
Middle llnoii). al No.
Garden Lane. -14,1 Iw
(NE Good bucoiid-hii'ul Uptight
' Piano; also 1 Gi.tnd I'liino. Eu
milioof N. F. UUItGKiS,
Uppo. the Ieo Woiks, Heiutania st.
iliitualTol. 132. 410 lw
Sl'JtlXGKIELD ao-Liirht Gas Ma
chine lu coinnlute woiklntr oilier
and guuiautied. Will be sold upon
favoi able lot in- lo the puichasur. Also
a few Handsome l'lMiues. Apply to
HOO tf Kbit; stieet.
MAN who iinduistaiiils fanning
unci tiMng caie of Mot k: uiiiat bit
sober and ihonnighlj posted Iu liU work
and have good lelctuiices; none but u
competent mini need apply, Adiliess
"J. O. Ilux L," Honolulu. Hi hn
DleHHi'h. King1 UroH, arc
allowing n lino lino of Bam
boo and otlnir Hiylo Parlor
JChhoIh, Wall JiraiokotH and
Window ornlcuM at rlc;H
to moot the Union.
- 4 . .
Import nnd Denim in
Steel mifl Iron RaDges, Stoves aiifl Fixtures,
AGATE WARE IN
WHITE, GRAY AND
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water anil Soil Pipes.
liimbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Mm - monlc." No. f5 & ? TClu Mmni.
Builders' & Geneioi Hardware,
I'AINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WAKE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
ery & General fccliidise,
Blake s bteam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
fe E W IN G MAC III N ES.
: P. O. BOX, 480. :
Wowl Cor. IS iiuiLUU.
fev If you wimt to save time mid money buy your Fiiriiltuie, etc, at the
I. X. L., comer Niui.uiu .inU Kiu;r sticut-i
jOgy Found the jil.iuu to buy N nnd eeond-lianU Fuinitnio of all kinds at
lowest prices, the I. X. L., comet Niuiaiiu and King stieets.
toy iiedioom S't, Waidiobes, loo Boxes, btoves, Chaiis, Hanging Lamps,
Jtugs, ItuiiMU, Clii'flunleit), etc., bold cheap for eash at the I. X. L., corner Nuu
auu and KiiiK -tieets.
toi hteamer and Veiauda Clt.ihs, Sot.is, l!ed Lounges, Baby Ci lbs, Clothes
Baskets, Sewing Machines, Wlutuots, Meat afca, Tiuuks, etc., sold at the lowest
cash pi ices at the I. X. L., New and Stcoml-haud Furniture House, coiner Nuu
auu and King stieets.
S. W. LEDERER, : : PROPRIETOR.
i&- St?.r Open b:iturtlay
Telephones., No. 119.-
Has. Iisslaoe, uncos Block,
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh California Roll Butter & Inland Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Now Goods received by tviry steamers from San Francisco
& All onlers faithlully attended to atid satisfaction guaiantcod. Iblaiid
oidcrti solicited nnd unoked with earn.
Telephones, No. 175
jr'Zi. 2J Q JSW j tdt toi jat S"v
jm re. ell; uw
Oaltfornia Wlicut, Oat Hay, in large and comprebsed bales; Barley, Rolled
& Otound Bailey, Califot nia & Ntw Zealand Oats, Middlings., Brun, Coin,
Ciaokcd Corn, Wlic.it, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
Drifted Enow and Victor Flour I
: V 10 ii rXf I X X 5C JM H :
Wo keep constantly in i-tock tho celebrated Fertilizers nianufactmcd by Mr.
X. Ilaiib of San Fiuncisco, viz.: Bjno Meal, Wool Dust and High Ui ado
uper Phosphates, all of which can be bad at bedrock prices.
&BT Island orders snliiiitfid nnd patisfHotinn guaranteed. JjeHS
LEWIS & CO., Ill Fort Street,
HONOLULU, H, I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions
uy cacti steamer ol tlie O. b. b Co,
Jiutter, i-roen Oysters and if resit California Fruits, En.li, Gumo, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete lino of Crosse & Blackwt'H's & 3. T. Morton's Canned
& Bottle Goods always on hand. AUo, just received a fresh lino of Gorman
Pates and l'ottud Meats and Bottled l'rebcived Fruits, Lowis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cm ed Hams and Bacon, Now Breakfast Ceieuls, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California ltivorside
OrungeB, Oregon Bui Intuit l'otatocs, Etc, Etc, Etc. SatisfacMon guaranteed.
P. O. Box 1-15..
. E. MciMTYRE & ERO,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
L-. "w1t0oll?'u"i'II'' uveiy packet from Knsturn Hlntcs mid Europo,
trcsh Ulifornia Pioiliico by ovoiy stcainor, ' All orders fiiitlifully allcndcd
U) and Uoods dy ivorcd to any purt of tho city freo of charge lsluml ordurH
aolioited. Batiafaotioa Kuarautoed, j.i
& Kitchen Utensils,
TEL. J)0. :
Jt It iny; SLi-e'tw
JyvemiieH till 9 o'clock. -
-P. O. Box 972.
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
-P. O. Box 207.
from California fresh
Irom California fresh Calafornia Roll
-Telephone No. 'J2,