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INSURE IN THE
Equitable Life Assurance
' Society of the United States.
Ail Eminently Conservative and Safe Company.
The consideration of Hist importance in judging of the condition of
nil nnniicial institution (and notably of a life assurance company, the ma
jority of whose contracts extend over long peiiods of years) is Its surplus
strength. The Equitaulu has, over and above all liabilities, a lurger sur
plus thuu any other assurance company.
Assets, Dbc.31, 1891, - : $138,198,518.38
LIABILITIES, Including tho Rcscrvo on all existing Policies, (4
per cont. Standard) and Special Reserve (toward tho es
tablishment ol a 3J par cent, valuation) ol $1,500,000 109,905,537.82
Surplus, ... $ 26,292,980.56
.This Surplus remains after making provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation of Liubilities 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 us to realize interest at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum. In
addition to this, in a spirit of eonseivatism, the Directors of the Society,
on the recommendation of its Finance Committee, have set aside a Special
Additional Reserve, looking towards even a more stringent and conservative
future standard of valuation than the law now prescribes.
ALEX. J. CAKTWRICHT,
General xVc:ont for Hawaiian Islands.
III II XT
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 185!) BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cabinet Making, Upholstering & Undertake
Business in Honolulu are stdl extant, and the business, its originator and
present proprietor here to at.iy. llaviug purchased the entire interest of
the late linn of II. 11. Williams & Co., comprising the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
liver in Honolulu; priuoipilly selected by II. II. Williams during his late three
months1 visit to the Coast, I now offer this stock and future additions for
CASH at prices-. much less than heretofore charged.
&3f The uiidei signed in resuming ins old place and business would respect
fully tender his grateful thanks for tno liberal patronage of old friends of this
and ncighboiiijg ihlands, and liope t im lit a continuance of their favors while
soliciting a share ftoni new friends; ant) agaio offers his seiviees in
Rfloving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful .Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Vlon I
aar PIANOS for sale or rent at low figures. -
At Gieally ltcducctl Prices.
Chenille Portieres at .$G a Pair. Black Beaded Capes for Ladies, $5 Reduced
from Jfllfi and $20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A new lino of Cballies at -iOc. per yard. 42-inch All Wool Dress
Goods, in Plain, Striped and Checked, reduced from
!fl tu 00c. per yard, at
B. F. EHLEBS & GO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
tSf Krossinaking under the management of MISS CLARIC. i8
TEMPLE OF FASHION
OoriMM- JfTorl. to Hotel HtretN.
ear kkduction : -s w deduction ! -
l WILL SLLL MONDAY, JUNE 6TH,
Ladles1 Muslin Combination Chemises
with Laces, $3 : 0 for $2 85 U
Ladios1 Muslin Combination Chemises
with KinbroUery, $1 50 for $1 00
Ladles1 Muslin Chemises, 75c. for 5Uc.
JUST RECEIVED Ex. "BENMORE"
tJF AND FOR SALE AT LOWEST MARKET RATES. g(M
Cases B. & N. OLD GENEVA (double berried),
" ,). 1). K. & Z. do (20 bottles each).
B. & S. KEY JUKAND (small whito bottlea).
' do do (small black bottles),
Also, Foster's Porter in. Quarts and Pints.
LOTEJOY Sc CO.,
Foster Block," 1!) Nuiinuu stieet, Honolulu,
lUiiiuui rx-oi. ao8, -tsa (414 1m) tar o. isx nv.
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Nkw CuwMiNh' Block, Mewmiant Stiieet.
iREAL ESTATE BROKER.
VFIKB INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Routs Collected and Houses Rented.
.tjf Any btibiucsK entrusted to mo will jeceivo prompt attention. m03
?v" - uoV'14-Ul
Ladies1 Muslin Skirts with Laces, S3 50
for $2 50
Ladles1 Muslin Skirts with Embroidery,
12 50 for &1 75
Latest Style bilk and Sateen Blouses
EILRLIC1I & CO.,
Corner Fort & Hotel streets.
Notice to tile Public !
Tho tail Soap Works
Is stilt In exlstcnco at tho old stand,
Lclco, and has been so since tho year
1855. I am prepared to put up Soap at
tho following prices:
$4.50 par Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00
per 100 lbs. in Balk.
GO Cents each allowed for emptv con
tainers returned in good order.
8Sf Weight for weight no rival con
cetti can supply as good au article for
tho same prices.
JSirTlio only Practical Soap Roller
lu the Hawaiian Islands.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
Ou and after May 1st,
1802. tins Nmv nnii Di.
'jAii- olr.ll.1n M.,.l,lr llnnl.l ,n
rsf4-""of the uudcrslirned. on
Thurston Avenue, containing Large Par
lor", Dining Room, Conservatory, Two
Bedrooms, Dressing Kooin with Station
ary Washstand and Cedar Wardrobe,
Bathroom with Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water nttacluncut. Pantries,
China Closet and Kitchen with New
Range, Hot Water Boiler and all attach
Largo and convenient Stable on tho
premises containing two largo box-stalls,
carriage, harness and feed rooms, and
Grounds 200x200, beautifully laid out
and terraced. The view Is unsui passed
For further particulars see
W. G. ASHLEY,
a8G-tf O. K. & L. Co.1 Depot.
Tim Al MtcnuiHhlp
Is due at this port on June 10th and will
leave for the above ports on or
figy For Freight or Passage, having
supeiior Cabin and Stowage accommo
dations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
423 lm Agents.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook &
71 Hotel St. isgar Telephone 74.
Por Portland, P., & Victoria, B. C,
The 3. S. "PALMAS"
Of the above Line will be due at
.JCJJNW ."3 111,
And will have Immediate dispatch for
jtaT For Freight or Passage apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO ,
441 17t Agents.
Mnf pnnnl!tiii mVf.V;
81 KING STREET,
H J. WALLER. - - Manager.
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
The Best Lunoh in Town,
Tea and Coffee at Ml Hours
The Finest Brands of
AlfVivs'H otl Bund.
il. JJ. NOL.TK, Proprietor.
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD & COAL.'
White & Black Sand
Wldeli wo will olI at the very lnvvebt
market rates foi oasii.
Otll TUe, 414. &8ot& Mutual Tele, 19.
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Monday, Juno l'J, 1892.
The Assembly reconvened al 2 p.
m. with just a quorum. Tho Appro
priation Bill being tho regular "or
der of tho day," consideration of
the items therein was taken up, the
House resolving into Committee of
thu whole, Rep. Katnauoha in the
Salary two interpreters for the
Supreme and Police Courts, includ
ing Circuit Court Terms, 87,200.
On motion this item" was referred
to the Judiciary Committee.
Extra cleik hire, $1,800.
Noble Macfarlane said the item
was n new one, and being such he
considered that it would be advisable
to refer it to the Judiciary Commit
tee for investigation.
Rep. Kanealii moved that the item
be struck out.
Minister Widemann said that the
item was there at the request of the
Chief Justice ; did not know that it
was for any particular clerical work,
but to be used whenever necessary.
Noble Baldwin was in favor of the
motion to refer to the Judiciary
Rep. Kapahu considered that the
item was one which in its newness
had the appearance of a plan for a
strauger who would come in and eat
at a feast prepared for others. Some
thing about the item was unsatis
factory and he was in favor of strik
ing it out.
Noble Neumann was very sorry to
see a disposition evidenced to strike
out this item without inquiry. It
might be of great importance to the
public at large. He was not sure,
but he thought it might be used for
paying labor in making new indices,
by which much lime would be saved.
Anyone who knew him knew that he
would not burden the Judiciary Com
mittee with more work than was ab
solutely necessary. In this instance,
however, he considered the item a
proper one for the labor of that com
mittee. Noble Thurston was not in favor
of reference to a committee but was
in favor of the motion to strike out.
From the report of the Chief Justice,
1892, it would be seen bj" reference
to page 10 and 11, that the Court
had less work in the past period than
in the two previous periods and this
amount was not then needed.
On arising vote the item was re
commended to be stricken out.
Salary Circuit Judge of Maui,
Kep. loscpa moved that the item
be changed 60 as to add "salary and
traveling expenses $300."
Noble Baldwin was in favor of re
duction. The question of salary
had been undoubtedly considered
carefully by the Cabinet, but it was
also well wortlry the attention of the
Assembly. The wotk of salaried
oflicers during the next period would
be much less than formerly, and il
would be wisdom to be careful in
granting large amounts for salaries.
If they were too generous with sala
ries they would have nothing left for
Minister Widemunn thought that
if any excuse could be offered for
the granting of tiaveling expenses,
he wa3 satisfied that a Circuit Judge
should be entitled to it
Rep. Smith was in favor of $1000
for salary and expenses and suggest
ed reference for this and the three
Rep. Kaunamano was in favor of a
further reduction ; be consideted that
8150 per month was ample pay for a
Circuit Judge, the incumbent could
grow fat on that salary. He favored
the item at 3G00.
Noble Macfarlane said that this
was a proposition of economy which
it behooved the members to approve.
This was the first bona fide attempt
made to attack and bring down to
decent size the high salaries preval
ent. This proposition coming from a
Hawaiian member, when he had heard
all along that native members would
endeavor to prevent all reductions,
would oppose all attempts- at econo
my, by log-rolling and other tricks,
who had been expected to favor in
crease rather thuli decrease, this at
tempt at economy, the speaker claim
ed, should not be frustrated, the
Assembly should act as a whole and
at once. If the item was referred,
with the others suggested, it might
take a month before a i eport of the
committee was presented. He be
lieved this was a sincere attempt of
a native member to induce economy
and he would support "the motion for
Noble J. M. Horner was pleased at
the turn the discussion had taken.
He believed in looking the situation
squarely in the face. Those who
would create the -wealth from which
these salaries would be drawn had
had their incomes reduced from one
fourth to one-third. We have been
sent down to do the best for the
people who remain behind. All of
our employees know that their salar
ies have been reduced. If we appro
priate large salaries now we will find
that the people will know us and hold
us to account when the assessors go
up to collect the taxes needful to pay
these large appropriations. He would
support a motion to cut down by one
quarter nil salaries, arbitrarily."
Rep. Asliford was opposed to re
ferring Items to the Judiciary or
any other committee unless neces
sary. There were some reasons,
however, why the salaries of tho four
Circuit Judges should be icfcrred,
The Judiciary Committee was now
considering u bill of thu Judicial
Commission of the last session and
which if reported ou favorably aiid
usatu u uiueicni mass or men ivoillu
tlictl be required to llil the position
Of Circuit Judge It seemed prema
ture to fix lliti salary of n Circuit
Judge until the report of tho Com
mittee was heard on the recommen
dations of the former Commission.
Noble Widemann did not believe
in those delays. When ho had work
to do lie believed in facing the music
and doing it there and then. Ho did
not believe in putting off the ovil
day. The House was now silting in
Committee j if the report spoken of
was passed it would be a very easy
matter to call up this item of salary
again nnd change it.
On motion and by rising vote the
item was passed at $3,(i00.
Traveling expenses, $300, was
stttick ottl of the bill.
Salary Circuit Judge llilo and Kim
Rep. Smith considered that the
item should pass as lu the Bill. On
the island of Kauai the judge there
was well-known; he bore a high rep
utation cties of sit down 1 sit down 1 J
The speaker answered interruptions
by atating that he would sit down
when ho was finished. Continuing
on the subject he said that, he did
not consider $2,000 per year too high
salary for that class of men; they
were men who ought to have training
and ability and "should receive a
Noble iMarsden thought it was
right to look stern facts in the face,
there was no doubt about the ability
hut the duties occupied very little
time to petfortn. He knew, or had
heard, of able meu who wcte mana
gers of plantations and performed
the duties of circuit judge at the
same time. He would be the last to
object to good or laigo salaries if the
country was piosperous, but under
existing and future circumstances, '
he did not think I hat any good reason
could be given why the circuit judge
of Hilo should receive a larger salary
than he of Maui.
On motion, item was passed at
$3, GOO and the next item "S200 for
traveling expenses'1 was cut out.
"Circuit Judge Ivohala and Koua
Noble Thurston, said that the
present Beemed a good opportu
nity to practice economy. He knew
of no reason why one circuit judge
would not do for the whole of Ha
waii. He moved the striking out of
the item in its entirety, and which
motion was carried by "a large
On motion, the Committee now
rose and Rep. Kamauoha reported
back the recommendations to the As
sembly. On motion the report was
On motion, the item of "Salary
Circuit Judge Hilo and Ifona" was
reconsidered, and made to read "Cir
cuit Judge of Hawaii, $3, GOO."
Rep. Smith favored S4,000; he
was inclined to think that some of
the worthy members from Hawaii
would feel anxious to send lound
one of their lunas to fill the bill.
Noble JIarsden, (laughingly)
seconded the motion.
Rep, Bush was not in favor of
64,000, he thought S3.G00 was suf
ficient. Rep. Waipulani spoke earnestly
and logically in favor of 84,000 as
the salary. He iustanced some of
tho duties to be performed and
showed the saving made to the Gov
ernment by the displacement of one
Rep. Thurston, the mover of the
original motion, accepted the sum,
$1,000, and the item was passed at
Notices of meetings of the Finance,
Miscellaneous and Judiciary Commit
tees were given and at 4 :07 the As
Mr. .1. P. Blaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped on" of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says the Sutnnluy
Review. Mr. Blaize had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was bo thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get wnrm, and in
side of an hour after his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaize
sent to the nearest dtug store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which he had often
heard, and took a number of laigo
doses. He says the effect was won
derful nnd that in a short time he
was breathing quite easily. He kept
ou taking the medicine and the next,
day was able to come to Des Moines.
Mr. Blaize regards his ctiio as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale l3' all dealers, Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
a'MlTC annual meeting of tho DiltUh
. lieuevoluut Society will bo held at
the Y. M. (l. A. Itomn on MONDAY
EVENING, Juno 20, 181)2, at 8 o'clock.
A full at ten da nee of thu hubcrlbers to
this charitable t-oelety is l ('quested.
KKV. A. MAUK1 VrO.SU,
445 7t Vice-Pi cedent.
Sl'JUNGFIKLD UO-Ught Gas Ma
f chine in complete working order
and guaranteed. Will bo sold upon
favorable terms in thu purchaser. Also
a fuw Hamlboiuo Fixtures. Apply to
800 tf King htreut.
MAN who uudeistands fanning
and luMmr eate of stock: iniiot hu
sober and thoiouglily posted lu his work
anil have good references; none hut a
competent man need apply. Address
'P. O. Itox L,' Honolulu. Ui I in
Muhhvh. Kin? Bros, aro
showing a Hum liuo of Hain
hiii mill otlir Htjlo I'urlor
EuhhIk, Wall BnuikuiM and
Window oruicuH ut prici'H
to moot tho tiinos.
' ; . JSrSl&
. --,-r.--. - --...wv; ' - v -
Jinnortnr anil Denlor in
Steel anfl Iron Ranges, Stoves anfl Fixtures,
Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, GRAY AND SILVER-PLATED
SPS - ASW - FIXTURES.
Crockorj, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soli Pipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper
1 M. ml ttloolf." Mow.
Builders' & Genetal Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General lercMse,
"Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
: P. O. BOX 480.
Wcwt Cor. rViiiuum
wv- Jf you want to save time and iiHyiey buy your Furniture, etc., at tho
l. X. L., coruer Nuiiami and King stieot-"
E8f Found tliu place to buy Xvw and .Sccoud-liand Furniture of all kluds at
lowest prices, the 1. X. 1.., comer Nuuauu and King htreets.
xr Uedroorti Sets, Waidr6bes, Ice liuxes, Stoves, Ohairs, Hanging Lamps,
Hugs, KuicatH, Ulieft'ouliMS, etc., sold cheap for cash at the I. X. L., corner Nuu
auu and King ttects.
tKir .Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Sofas, Bed Lounges, Itabv Cribs, Clothes
Baskets, Sewing Machines, Wh.ituots, Meat ufes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest
cash prices at the i. X L., Xew and Second-hand Furniture House, corner Nuu
auu and King streets.
S. W. LEDERER, : : PROPRIETOR.
Store Open S;i1.url::y KveniiiKs till O o'clock, -a
Telephones, No. 111).-
a H B a H a
mm n .QTM!?iR mm
Street, bet. Fort & Alakea Streets,
- IMPORTER & DEALER JN
ocenes, rrovisions, jfiour & eea.
Fresh. California Roll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Now Gonds received by every steamers from San Francisco
All orders fuilhlully attended to and mitibfsiction guaranteed, Ibland
order solicited and imcki'd with cue.
Telephones, No, 175.'
fi k e rs.
California Wheat, Oat Hay, in largo nnd com preened bales ; Bnrloy, Rolled
.4 Uiound Bailey, California & Nuw Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bran, Coin,
Clacked Com, Wheat, Etc., Etc, Etc., Etc. Also,
Drifted Isnow and Victor F.iour I
: ST JK5 X4 'JL' I A- I X S li 8? :
rVo keep constantly in stock tho celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr.
X. li.ias of San Fjuncibco, viz.! Bono Meal, Wool Dust and High Giade
-hipur Phosphates, all of which can bo had at bedrock prices.
KiS Island order -iUHt'ri rw! watinfafslion guaranUiPd. jgCS
LEWIS k CO., Ill fort Street,
HONOLULU, H. L,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steamer of the O, 8. 6. Co, from California fresh Culafornia Roll
Butter, Fioen Oystors and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Qamo, Vegetables,
etc., etc A complete Hue of Oroseo & Blackwell's & J. T. Mortou'b Canned
& Bottlod Goods alwuya on hand. Also, just received a fresh lino of German
Pates and Potted Meats and Bottled Pjcservcd Fruits, Lewis & Co Maltese
Brand Sugar Cuied Hams and Bacon, New Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Bieily Lemons and California Riverside
Oranges, Oregon Buihauk Potatoes, Etc, Etc.. Etc. satisfaction guaranteed.
P. O. Box 14G
MclNTYftE & BRO..
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Groceries, Pro?kioDS and Feed,
Now Goods received by every packet from Eastern States and Europe,
Freeh California Prodtieo by oveiy bteamor. All orders faithfully attended
to and Goods delivered to uuy part of tho oily free of charge. Inland" orderu
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed, 1-1U
- - v.?2 - ssc85S?ssSS
and Sheet Iron Work.
Mf5 At- OT
: MUTUAL TEL. 90.
J4d Xing Sstrci'tH.
-P. O. Box 872.
9 tuuatauu vlvvly
-Cor. Edinburgh &, Queen Sts.
-P. O. Box 297.
Telephone No. 92,