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Eauitabe Life Ass
Society of the United States.
All Eminently Conservative aud Safe Company,
The consideration of lirst Importance in judging of the condition of
any llnaiioial institution (mid notably of a life iissuianee uoinpany, the ma
jority of whose contracts extend over long periods of years) is its surplus
strenylh. Tlio Equitable hub, over and above all liabilities, a larger sur
plus than any other assurance company.
Assets, Due. 31, 1891,
LIABILITIES, Including the Heserc on all existing Policies, (4
per cent. Standard) and Special Reserve (Inward the es
tablishment ol a 3J.. pir cent, valuation') of $1,500,000
Surplus, ... $ 26,292,980.56
This Surplus remains after malting provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation of Liabilities based i.n the standard prescribed by the In
surance Law of tlio State of Now York, which assumes that Assets will be
invested so a lo realize interest, at the rate of I per cent, per annum. In
addition to this, in a spirit of conservatism, 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.
The "OLD Stores
Vf-aW -iC- . f-
CONS'IITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FOBT STREETS,
IN 1S5!) BY C. 10. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cabinet Making Upholstering d ttrbkip;
Business in Honolulu are still extant, ami the business, its originator and
present proprietor heie to May. Havim; purchased the entire iuterest of
the late linn ol II. 11. William- i'c Co., comprising the largest Slock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Bver in Honolulu; principally eleete 1 by II. II. Williams during his late three
month-' viit to tin- Co.i-t, I now fur this stock ami future additions for
CAbll at prices much less than heretolore charged.
jUay The timlcr.-igne(l in leaiimiiuj tus old place and business would respeet
fullv tender hi- gratefhl thank- fur l ie libeial patronage of old friends of. this
aud'neighboring Island-, and hope-U mi iii a continuance of their favors while
,-olicitlng a share from new friendi ; and again offers his services in
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
liy Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Vlpn !
Bar PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. a
Chenille Poiliere.- at $( a Pair. Iil.u
GENTS' WHIJE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR A? COST
A new line of Ch.illies utJOj. per yard. 12-iiich All Wool Dress
Goods, in l'lain, Stripnl and Checked, reduced from
!jl to (iOc. per yaid, at
Cy Hres.-inaMiig under the
TEMPLE OE FASHION
Con IToi-1 Sz IIolol ftti;-tK.
WE WilL SfcLL MONDAY, JUNE 6TH,
Ladles' Muslin Combination Clieini-i-wltli
Laces, S3 bO for S2 85
Lidles' Miiblln ('oiiibinaliuii Oheinii-en
with Euibrol lory, $1 50 for $1 0'J
Ladies' Muslin Chemise, 75c. for 5Uc.
c. J. McCarthy,
Nkw CuMJiiNb' Block, Mhkciiant Stjceet.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
FJ RE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Bents Collected and Houses Bunted,
tlSr Any business ontrtihtcd'lo mo
' iipv -
I IB 111 llHMMHIHII ! ITfTTIT', -
FOJt HA US !
JIIAVK Font Him BfMdeiue Silo.,
blluatcd on I llkol ttreel, lor sale.
The Lots havoa fionlatre of til feel on
PiikoUtimiliimli.nl !U feet deep, are
nli-uly laid out in fnut and ilimle liei
and mo all covi-iwl with giai wnliu
luiil on thioiiuhoiit. The .IliiHilon of
Hie Lot- umfihit liiulu-d niuiibor nmMt
li iiiiiiKMUir that liiU'iuliiiK iiiiuJwui
itlioiihl niMke omly upplieulloii to l hu
Uii(IuiIkiiw1, fiom Uom ull iwilluuliir
trail lu uuu. nim- . vwi""
liiiinfri' .'..iii i .-Tjiw niuiilT Tri iiiotw iln '
or Hawaiian Islands.
k Beaded Capes for Ladies, $5-
lo and 120.
99 FORT ST.
iiiauiigeineiit of MISS CLARK.
Ladies' Muslin Skirts with Laces, $3 50
for $2 50
Ladles' Muslin Skirts with Embroidery,
$2 50 for h 75
Latest Style ftilk and Sateen Blouses
EUKL1C1I & CO.,
Corner Fort & Hotel streets.
will receive prompt attention,
lJ - tll
ii! Desirable Residences
COTT.WJK on Kniina utietit, lutuly oe
mipluil by Mr. .Mot'nrihy. Kuut W
pur mouth anil watur into.
t'OTT.UJN on Kliijf biiuut, Kuwalo,
luiuly owuplwl by Mr. t'liiiMitt'u
CiwUbtt. Buul 6M6 put' iiiouili ami
Wttior tutu. ,,B ul
4th JULY !
Received per S. S. "AuLtralla," and
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
fjF A fresh and good assortment
of Fire Crackers, Latgc and Small
Torpedoes, Colored Fire and Whistle
Bombs, Snake Nests, Boinan Candles,
Sky Bockets, Blue Lights, Flower
Pots, Bengnlas, Colored Fire, Magne
sium Illuminators, Pin Wheels, Single
and Double Triangle Wheels, Saxon
Wheels, Colored Bosettes, Catherine,
Trumpet and Vertical Wheels, Star
Mines, Volcanoes, Colored Floral
Bomb Shells, Variegated Fountains,
Meteoric Batteries, Fire Bailout, Toy
American Silk, Bunting & Muslin
ASSORTED CASE 00, $10.
21 Coloied Boinan Candles, 1 St
O.j if u ( O li
).j tt tt it J tt
12 " " " -1 "
12 " " (j "
12 Skv Bockets, 1 oz.
12 " ' 2 oz.
12 " " II oz.
12 Pkgh. Magnes-ium Illuniinations.
12 Bengolas, 'A inch.
12 Pieces Punk.
ASFOKTEl) CASE A, .il.r).
12 Coloied Fire Bombs, Large,
'.i Bevolving Tulips.
0 Whistle Bombs.
2-1 Boman Candles, I Star.
12 " " C "
12 Large Blue Lights.
12 Serpents, fi incli.
0 Bengolas, 5 inch.
:lb. Bed and Grien Fire.
12 Large Pin Wheels.
0 Triangle Wheels, 1 oz.
1 Star Mine, No. 5.
12 Pieces Punk.
ASbOUTEK CASE NO. 1, $20,
I1G Roman Candles, 1 Smr.
HO " " 2 "
2-1 " " !l "
2i " " -1 "
2J " " (i "
21 Sky Rockets, 1 o.,
12 " " 2oz.
12 " " Ito.
12 " " -I oz.
12 Whistle Bombs.
12 Magnesium Illuminations.
12 Flower Potn.
72 Blue Lights.
12 Colored Bengal Lights.
12 Pieces Punk.
AKROKTKl) OASE 11, $25.
(i Boinan Candles, 0 Star,
12 " " 8 "
(1 Star Jets.
'0 Sky Rockets, 4 lb.
21 Blue Lights.
(1 Flower Pots.
A lb. Bed and Green Fiiu.
ft Whistling Bombs.
21 Pin Wheels.
(I Triangle Wherls,
It Colored Star Mines No, It,
" Firo Bombs.
&" Extra Colored Boinan Cau
dles, II to 12 Stars.
&T Extra Colored Sky Rockets,
1 to -I lb.
fJB Iblaud orders promptly at
lumbal to. 'IbiiKi' goods aio umv and
fioeli of Hid In bt ipudily mid will ho
bold at till' LOW I. si' DAMN I'ltlOl' at tlio
I X. L Now and MikhumI lluinl Fur
nitiiie llonn, I'liiuur Niiuaiiii ami
1-10 17t-2U 2t J'foprltilyr.
TiionsiiAT, June 1G, 1802.
The Assembly, as Coininittec of
the Whole, re-asscmblcdjat I -HO and
the consideration of the "eligibility"
question was continued.
Rep. Kuttnamaiio made a ten-minute
speech, the gist of which was that
l'rtvy Councillors were not executive
olllccrs nntl he was therefore in favor
of the motion of indefinite postpone
ment. Rep. Kapahu relied on the con
struction of the Constitution as ex
hibited by the definition of tlio words
in Webster's diclionaiy. He was not
in favor of anything which could not
be more clearly stated. Lhe honor
able member was slightly incoherent
but In would vote in favor of in
Noble J. M. Horner believed that
all of the Privy Councillors and at
torneys, as well as the member from
the third district of Honolulu, wcie
mentally, morally and physically en
titled to filling their seats in the As
sembly. There was a great doubt in
the matter anyway, and he would
give the accused the benefit. He
favored the indefinite postponement.
Noble Neumann made quite a
speech on the subject, his remarks
occupying, aside from the time used
in interpreting, thirty-four minutes.
He merely enlarged upon the opin
ions presented by him in the report
of the committee to the clfcct that
the Privy Council was simply an ad
visory body, nor was there any emo
lument connected with the ollicc.
With regard lo notaiies public that
ofllce was one of emolument. No
taries had definite executive func
tions. It bore the undeniable car
marks of an ollicial one by reason of
appointment, tenure, duties and
emolument. The speaker said first
that he stood by the report pre
sented, and likened himself to
the good man Galileo, the Italian
astronomer, who, being brought be
fore the Inquisition at Rome, for re
nunciation of his statement that the
world moved around the sun and not,
as the popular idea held, that the sun
did the moving, and who, finding
that the slake awaited him else, did
recant, but, when leaving Hie room,
said inutteriugly, "and yet the eartli
does move." lie (the speaker) was
in that position, and even if Hie mo
tion for indefinite postponement car
ried, he would still believe the report
presented by him was correct.
Rep. Ashford could not refrain
from congratulating the honorable
Noble for the ingenuity with which
he had argued himself into the House
(Neumann being a Privy Councillor)
on two points and bad argued the
speaker out on one. He (the speaker)
did not profess much modesty, but
he had been too modest to siun the
report regarding himself or to take
any action in it. But the honorable
Noble was never known to have been
hampered with sucli feeling ; lie had
rushed in aud headed a report in
favor of himself. He believed the
members had sullicieul light to now
be enabled to vote intelligently on the
motion for indefinite postponement.
Noble Homer has well said that there
was a great doubt on the subject ut
eligibility ; the committee was divided
in opinion. "Who shall discriminate
when doctors disagree," was an old
saying ; who will discriminate when
lawyers disagree was one which was
apropos to this case. He judged
that the term "doctors" did not ap
ply solely lo skilled medical men,
inn to all skilled men of any profes
sion. This country was in need of
tianquillity and the speaker thought
thai desire could be best obtained by
indetiuile postponement of the mat
ter now before the House. If the mo
tion was adopted well, but, if not, then
the Assembly could enter upon a de
bate of a week.
Rep. Smith considered that there
was only one ground upon which in
definite postponement could be justi
fied aud that was so as to allow of
the introduction of a bill to define
and construe the provisions of tiie
article of the Constitution under dis
cussion. There was a great doubt
existing relative to the meaning. The
speaker quoted from Section 12,
Chap. 3 ot the Civil Code, to show
how laws were defined.
Noble Peterson sain that it would
seem strange if he did not now say
something on the subject. The ques
tion before the Committee was the mo
ttuo of indefinite postponement. He
would speak lo that. When he had
heard this morning thai motion in
troduced, he considered that it was
both weak and cowardly, looked
upon it as dodging the issuu. Since,
however, he had thought over thu
matter ami had come to the conclu
sion that the interests of the country
would be best served by dropping
this matter in thai way and remedy
the evil as best could be done in the
Rp. Kauhi made a speech of a
dozen minutes, during which he as
sailed Rep. Smith for going back on
the report presented. He considered
the honorable member was see-sawing
aud not doing light. It has
been said that it was advisable lit the
Intureiits of peace aud tranquillity to
postpone this matter. Such action
would not bring the peace desired ;
tills motion affected only ouo mini but
the feeling of wrong done would
rankle in I ho bosoms of many for a
long time, and might induce liuuhlu
in the future lie was opposed lo
Noble Nttiimmiiillud Intended
to null until th'lmtu was riidud before
uJng any more, us his i email;, up
plied to u question of pilvlleyoj ho
' i i . h.AH.iitMa,r-iw -v. ii b i b, . JtU"ijcii
would say now Hint relative to thd
charge of the lack of modesty pre
ferred by Rep. Ashford the re
marks were made with the usual
unblushing effrontery of the speaker.
He (the speaker) had had the state
ment from the lips of the member
fiom tho third district that he had
not resigned his notaryship simply
because "be, had forgotten all about
Rep. Ashford said Hint Noble
Neumann misled his malice for his
menioiy when he said "I had told
him that 1 forgot to resign." I did
not believe thai il was incumbent lo
Rep. Whito astonished the chair,
members, audience and himself by a
set speccii of three words, viz , "Let
118 7010." (Laughter.)
Noble Corn well (a 1'iivy Council
lor) was anxious to learn whether
Privy Councillois weic entitled to
vole on lhe question, as it uffecled
llicm. He did not wish lo vote nor
did he consider it proper that others
should : he was perfectly willing to
trust the Assembly in thu matter.
Chair said Hint they all had a
right to vote and so ruled.
Appeal was then taken by Reps.
Smith and Thurston from ruling, but
on explanation by President Walker
that the Committee was not bound
by the rules of the House, thu ap
peal was withdrawn, vote taken and
the motion lo lecominend indefinite
postponement was carried by a large
At 3 :-IG the Committee rose, re
potted action to the Assembly and
Hie report was adopted. Reconsid
eration was moved and lost.
Nobles Baldwin and Cornwell gave
notice of meeting- of their Commit
tees. At 3:30 the Assembly adjourned.
Mr. ,1. P. Blaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Dcs Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says Hie S'atiirday
Jteview. Mr. Blaize had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour alter his return lie
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaize
sent to the nearest ding store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which lie had often
heard, and took a number of large
doses. He says the effect was won
derful and that in a short time he
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able lo come to Des Moines.
Mr. Blaize regards his cure as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
tail S&iiiiili! GO'S
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. K.
June M June 21
.Inly 12 Inly HI
Aug i) Aug 1(5
Sept (5 Sept 13
Oct-1 Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
Fiom an l'i
uielseo From Sydney for
A rrivr Honolulu
Mouirw.ii . . Julv
I u lie 30
. Nov 17
.Aug 2(5 Mouowai
Sept 23 Alameda.
. Oct 21,, Mariposa.
.Nov IS'Monow.ii ,
FOR SAK WtAXCISCO,
The Al Steamship
A U S
A TT .
leave Honolulu for (ha ubove
Tuesday,. June 21st,
QW The undcivlgued aio now pre
pared lo is-ue Through Tickets from
this city to all points in the United
tar For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
Wm. Q. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
1 10 (it (Jeneral Agents.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
On and after Mav 1st,
1MI2, the New and l)u-
USttarvi Mi.tbli! Modern Hoddenee
Swi-4of the under.l'-iiiMi. on
Tlmitou Avenue, oi'iitahdiig Lamo Par-
lor. Dining Room, Ooiibcivutory, Two
Ilediooius, Dre-stm; Boom with Atiitlou
ary Vah-laud and i Vilar Wardrobe,
Uiilliiooin wl'h Patent l'lnet and Hot
and Cold Water alt,.eliineut, Pamrh-s,
China Closet and Kitchen with Now
Bauge, lloi Water Boiler and all attach
Largo ami convenient Midilo on the
piciiilsos containing two large box-Malls,
canlago. hiunu-h and feed rooms, and
kcrvuutb' ijii iu i-i -,
(iioimils juuxaoo, ticuiillhilly laid out
And lerraeed 'iho view Is luisiiipaeecd
For fin tin
I piiilliMiluin tee
W. (i. AMILKY,
O It. A I.. I'u.'b Depot
Mi-furs. Knitf ItroH tiro
howiiitf it Hue luio of I'.iuii
ho.i mid oiliiM' hl,)o Parlor
i:wlh, Willi Ui'iii'KHb and
lmhlW ' OI'llM.'Oh Hi JM'illfK
Lo moot till) tliiiotJ,
wm B mmi-Mima') x. . i rr i j" ..n. i. . ,i
Import or mul Doulor in
Steel and Iran Ranges. Stoves and. Finis,
L5Wr -"l-- ." " -.. i312?t:T i --" - '"UU
iijgf wSaSSsgs- p (j -'- , rrm Sit o&"SsSl-Y
fm nBess: ' gsgaasa rai
Homsekeepiiig Goods & Kitchon Uttnsils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WillTJK, GRAY AiSi) SILVER-PLATE?)
LAMPS - AUB - FIXTURES.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
Piiinibing, Tin, Copper and Sheet iron Work,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISI1KS & LAMP GOODS, .
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE
& General Merciailse,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILOCX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
&EW1NG MACMIN ES.
;P. O. BOX J80.
Wchi 0i-. IS il Him ii
vrv if you want to save time and
A. j., corner JSuuaiiu ami Kins stieet
gr Komul the place to buy New and t-econil -hand Funiiture of all kinds at
lowest price-, the I. X. L,. coiner Xuiiauu and Kill; .-treets.
S'-gr ISedroum Sets, Wardiubes, lee Boxe-, Stoves, Chairs. llanfinj- Lamps,
Bugs, liuruaiib, Clieftoniers, etc., old chu:it for cash at the I. X. L., corner Nuu
anu and Kln sticcts.
S64 hteamer and Veranda Chairs, Sofa-. 15ed Lounges, Baby Cribs, Clothes
Baskets, Sewiiij. Maehines, Whatnots, Meal -afes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest
ca.li prices at the I. X. L., New and Second-hand Kurnliuro House, corner Nuu
anu and King streets.
S. W. LEDERER, : : PROPRIETOR.
ss?" Stiro Open hulurtlny ii-voniii'r.s till O o'cloi-k. -XBi
Telephones, No. 111).-
IVtB UUa'a? UWttJW tj
King Street, bet. Port & Alakca Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh California Roll Butter & Island Butter
New Goods received by iv:
$J3T All orders faitluully attended
urdcrn solicited and oacked with eaie.
relcjibones, No. 175.
iH i" Ti
Oali'ornia Wlieut, Oat Hay, in huge and coinpiessetl bale ; Barley, llolleil
-fe Oiouiid Bailey, California & Now Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bum, Coin,
Cracked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc, Etc., Etc. Aloo,
Drifted Sinew and Victor Ffour !
: iP Hi it I' X 1- X i5 10 1 H :
vVo keep constantly m block tlio celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr.
A. H.ias of San FruuoiBco, viz.: Bono Meal, Wool Bust and High Uiadc
Super Phosphates, all of which can he bad at bcdiock prices.
Island ordnvH s'lliciu-d
LEWIS & CO.. Ill fort Street,
HONOLULU, II. 1
Importers, Wnolesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steamer of the O. ti. ti, Co. from California fresh Calafornia Boll
Butter, Frozen Oyblorn and Fresh California FruitH, Fish, Oaino, Vegetables,
etc., oto. A complete lino of Crossu & Blackwcll a it J. T. iMorton's Oaniieit
it Bottle! Goods always on hand. Also, jtibt received a fresh lino of Uunnuu
Pates and Potted Mea'ts and Bottled PreMirvcd Fruils, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cured Hams ami Bacon, New Bieiikfiibl Coreals, Orcuni Oat
Flakes ami Cicani Wheat Flakes, Sioily Lemons and California Bivorbido
Oranges, Oicgon Buibaiik Potatois, Etc., Etc. ICiu. Sntisfac'iou ciiaranteed.
J'. 0. Box 1 15.-
IMPORTERS AND DKALKHS IN
jErrocwnefc, Provi&ioiis and Feed,
KAS'l' UUItNICK KOUT AND KING hTHUKTS.
Nuw (lotriU iiauiuul by cvury packet from Ku.tern kiliilw uud Utiruiiu,
Froli Cwlifuitiiu Pn. 'luce by i'uu .teuinei. All uidm ittillifullv utUtlliiml
Ui ami UuuiU tlollvuiiKl tu liy part ul thu city Inm ul uliurug. Ifiiuud Urdu;.
tollcltud, SittUluutiuM uuKitiiiluuu,
,,- , , r.a
I MUTUAL TEL. 'JO.:
So lii S5tl0'.tM.
buy your Furniture, etc., at the
-P.O. Box 372.
ry steam rs from San Francisco
to and s-ntisfaotion guaiuntecd.
;h it Qucou Sts.
nnd satisfaction j;uaranted. jg$
-P. O. Box 297.
Telephone No, 02.
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