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Society of the United States.
An Eminently Gonservitive and Safe Company,
The consideration of 1'nt.t itnportaiiuti in judging of the condition of
anv llnuncinl institution (ami notably of a life insurance company, the ma
jority of whose coniracts extend over long periods of ycuis) is its surplus
strcnylh. Tlie Equitable has, over and above all liabilities, a larger sur
plus than any oilier assurance company.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891,
LIABILITIES, including ths Rcsirvo on all existing Policlus, (4
per cent. Standard) and Special Reserve (toward tlio es
tablishment of a 3 psr eont. valuatlbiO ol $1,500,000 109905,537. 82
Surplus, ... $ 26,292,980.56
This Surplus remains afier making provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation of Liabilities based on the standard preset ibed by the In
surance Law of the State of New Voik, which assumes that Assets will be
invested so a- to realize interest at the rate of 4 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.
ALEX. J. CAS2TWRBGHT,
Genontl Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
CONS'! I I'UTIXG THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IX 1S.VJ 1JV C. H. WILLIAMS FOIl CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, (jalicl Making,
Business in llouolitlu :ue still extant, and the business, Its originator and
present propiietor hete to stay. Having puiehased the entire Interest of
the laic unit of 11. 11. William-. & Co., compiling the l.ugest stocK ot
Purniture, Upholstery & Undertaking G-oodb
Ever in Honolulu; pilueipilly Milecle I by 11. 11. Williams dining his late three
months' vi-it to the Co.ist, 1 now i.ffcr this stock ami future additions for
CASH .it prices iinteli leas than heretofoie charged.
iy The undersigned in lesiiniing ins. old place and business would respect
fully tender hi-, grateliil thanks for tie liberal pationage of old friends of this
and neighboring Inland-, and hope- t nn lit a continuance of their favois while
soliciting a share tiom new fiiemL-; and again offers his services in
ftfioving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
M itling of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent VI en !
u3t" PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES, "a
&K Sfa (?'
At G i entry Kiduced Prices.
CI -a lie I'oitieres at !G a l'air. Bhu k Beaded Capes for Ladies, $5 Reduced
iioni li and.tliO.
GENTS' WHITE SEIRTS AND UNDERWEAR Al' COST.
A new line of Challics ut 10c. per yaid. l!2-inch All Wool Ureas,
Gnodp, in l'lain, Striped and Checked, reduced Horn
$1 to 00c. per yard, at
B. F. EHLEBS & Cfl.'S, 99 FORT ST.
F? HrebMiiaMug under the iiuinugeinuiit of MUiS CLAKIC. 'X&&
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Coriiei" IToi-1 Ss Jiolel totrectH.
WE WfLL SLLL MONDAY, JUNE 6TH,
Ladles' Muslin ('onibbuition Clieuii'-i'- Ladies' Muslin Skills with Lucur, S3 50
with Lacfr, SJ oO for $2 B5 for Si 50
L idles' Miisllu ('onilibiailiiii UIkmiiim's Ladies' Muslin Skirts with Kinhroldeiy,
withKiubrollciy.SI 50 foi $1 00 $2 50 fot &1 75
Ladies' .Mulin t'lieiiii.-c-, 75c. lor 50c. Latest Style hilU and Sateen Blouses
H. EI1KLICIJ & CO.,
Corner Kort & Hotel streets.
c. j. McCarthy,
Ni.w CuiMih' Block, Mkiiciiant Stki:i;t.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
FIRE INSURANCE l'LACED. COLLKt; IIONS ATTEND KI) I'O.
Runts Collected and Houses Rented.
gjGT' Any busineos entrusted to me
iiov - I
FOH HA 1,13 I
III AVE I'our Mne BiMdciico bites,
eltunted on 1 llkol sticet, for sule.
The Lots have a iioutimo of HI feel on
I'hkol gtieet and me 'M) feel deep, nu
nicely laid out In ftult and shude tree
and are all eove.ed with gniib; watei
laid mi throughout. The situation of
ihoe Lotsaud the luulted nuuilior tnal.e i
It ih'Comjut that IuIiiuiIIiik tiuiuhatur
iioji!il imii.il wnly aiilleulluu to tlm
uutluifclgiiuil, (loin tt Until ull iwrlluuhirt
uiiiLuliud, .IAS. i MURQAN. (
will rtcoivo prompt attention. ..pfl
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OO'ITAGK on King mietit, Kimalo,
lutein occuphul by Mr. I'luimicn
Uiabby. Rout h'H pur iiiojitli mid
wulci i ate.
ft BM BS
4th JULY !
Received por S. S. "Australia," and
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
gJ0 A fresh and good assortment
of Eire Crackers, Latgc and Small
Torpedoes, Colored Eire and Whistle
Bombs, Snake Nests, Roman Candles,
Sky Rockets, Blue Lights, Flower
Pols, Bengolas, Colored Fire, Magne
sium Illuminators, Pin Wheels, Single
and Double Triangle Wheels, Saxon
Wheels, Colored Rosettes, Catherine,
Ti umpet and Vertical Wheels, Star
Mines, Volcanoes, Colored Floral
Bomb Shells, V.uiognted Fountains,
Meteoric Batteries, Fiio Ballons, Toy
American Silk1 Guuting & Muslin
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10 r H
II II II 111 V
d. 9 JLi 9 a
A.SSOI(TKl) CASK 00, ijilO.
21 Colored Roman Candles, 1 St
O.j tl tt il O ii
O I II tt ft It
12 " " " 4 "
12 " f " 0 (f
12 Skv Rockets, 1 oz.
12 " " ' 2 ut.
12 " " It oz.
12 Pkgs. Magnesium Illuminations.
12 Bengolas, II inch.
12 Pieces Punk.
ASSOKTKI) CASK A, $15.
12 Coloied Fire Bombs, Large,
.'t Revolving Tulips.
(i Whistle Boiulit,.
21 Itoman Candles, -1 Star.
12 " " 0 "
12 Large Blue Lights.
12 Serpents, f inch.
0 Bengolas, 5 inch.
:Jlb. Red and Green Fire.
12 Laige Pin Wheels.
0 Triangle Wheels, 1 oz.
1 Star Mine, No. ii.
12 Pieces Punk.
ASSOUTKI) CASK NO. 1, $20.
Roman Candles, 1 Suir.
ii ii o "
i ii ; ii
tt tt 4 tt
it it (j ii
Sky Rockets, 1 oz.
" ' 2 oz.
" " it oz.
" " Jo..
Colored Bengal Lights.
ASKOllTKI) CASK II, !!2f).
Roman Caudles, 0 Star.
ii i y ii
Sky Rockets, i lb,
lb. Bed ami Oieeu Fiio.
Coloied Star Mines No. 3,
ii it ii ii 5
" Fiio Bombs,
Piece b Punk.
ICxtra Coloied Homan Can
dles, 0 to 12 Slurs.
gjtr Extra Colored Sky Rockets,
1 lo I lb.
gf" Island orders promptly at
tended io. Those goods nio new ami
fresh of tlio last quality and will lie
sold at the i.owkst UAsll I'KIckk at I lie
1 X. L., Now and Simml Hand Km
nilitre Home, (Annul Nuuanu and
s. w. Li:Di:i(i?it,
J10 17t2!12t Prupriotur.
THE EXAMINER Ofl HAWAIIAN was uuablo to trott!ai Ufcs ami iro 'fATrT VArirsrn
AFFAIRS. PV- l" Dolht of authority in IIo- J UJO-JN JN QT !
nolulu Admirn lrnwn s nn ,rn - JX.M-A.V J- T ,- M. U- a
Every now and then some of the
newspapers in the United Stales send
reporters to the Hawaiian islands,
presumably for the purpose of keep
ing the American public informed in
the matter of Hawaiian affairs. It is
dillleylt to imagine anything more
wildly wide of the truth, more in
sufferably impertinent, than tlio ef
forts of these knights of the ink-pot.
In these later limes there appears in
the San Francisco Examiner a letter
signed Fred. M. Soincrs. I have nott
the pleasure of knowing Mr. isomers.'
Ii he is as unscrupulous in oilier
mailers as he is in tilings Hawaiian,
I should think him nn excellent man
not lo know. The unmeasured ef
f i outcry of speaking of the Queen
and her court as "the dtibky Queen
of Hawaii and her opera bouffe
court," Is simply an insult to every
citizen in the country. Who is this
mau, Somcrs, that he should freely
accept tlm hospitalities of Honolulu
society, and thus speak of our insti
tutions? The indelicacy of Ids lan
guage will surely mark him as un
worthy of attentions, which, 1 am
told, he is by no means aver.-e to re
ceive. The portraits of Wilcox and
V. V. Ashford are said to be those of
the leaders of tlio native and foreign
revolutionists. Now, to a resident
of Honolulu, such a description is
simply ridiculous. Who are the for
eign revolutionists led by V. V. Ash
ford? There may possibly be one or
Iwo of the so-calicd captains and
spectacled loungeis who own alle
giance to the lately departed colonel,
but certainly none other. To read
the article of Fred. M. Somcrs, and
to examine the very warlike counter
feit presentiments of these leaders of
men, one would be disposed to dream
of deeds ot heroism, of lighting
against oppression, of
" some Village Hampden who with
The petty tyrant of his llelds withstood.'"
The facts of the case, however, are
far different. They remind one of
the story of the poor little schoolboy
who, when asked by the irascible
schoolmaster, "Who signed the
Magna Charta?" replied in appeal
ing tone, "Please, sir, it wasn't
me." So with these warlike revo
lutionists. They held meoliijgs at
night. They induced very simple
minded natives to swear that they
would cut each other's throats if lliey
ever betrayed secrets which they
afterwaids swore never existed;
they wore going to seize the Palace
and the Miniiteis and the Judiciary.
But when the arrests were made,
"Oil, what a difference in the morn
ing!" They literally whined,
"Please, sir, it wasn't me." All
their courage seemed to have oozed
out of their fingers' ends; and when
the redoubtable V. V. Ashford es
caped on a technicality of evidence,
what did he do? Did lie rally his
scattered forces? Did he face the
music? No, sir. He preferred to
slink out, and lie slunk, I suppose
on the theory and practice that he
that fights and runs away, lives to
fight another day.
Imagine the representative of the
Examiner publishing the views of
Bush ! Supposing a Hawaiian, wish
ing to learn American policy, should
seriously study the views of Dr.
O'Donnell in San Francisco, or of
the Chicago Anarchists! It would be
about as wise. Now, sir, is this a
revolution? May thoic men be
called revolutionists? Ought not
they rather to sing
'I'm a villain of the deepest die
That Is I should like to be "
When the arrest of a dozen men,
amongst whom there is only one of
any ability at all, can com
pletely crush ihe actions of a few
weak-minded malcontents, is it fair
to publish to the world in the col
umns of the Examiner that we have
had a revolution which badly scares
the Crown and court of Hawaii.
Surely Mr. Somcrs is either a weak
minded man, or an unscrupulous
penny-a-liner, high priced at that
Kvery kind of measure has been
freely discussed during these times
of monetary depression cheap lab
or, tariff reform, annexation and new
constitution; but if Mr. Somcrs im
agines that a vote on these islands
would lie for annexation with the
United States, lie is unquestionably
in this, as in other matters, lamenta
bly misinformed. According to my
estimate ninety-nine out of every
hundred would vote the oilier way.
Mr. Somers quotes a conversation
with Admiral lkown. The Admiral
bluntly refused to discuss the con
troversy between the revolutionists
and the Government. Will Mr
Somers have the goodness to formu
late his ideas ofgtlmt couliovcrsy?
Ileally I, for one, cannot find out
what the conti ovorsy was, or that thei o
was any controversy, unless it arose
out of the disappointment of some of
the revolutionists in not obtaining
olllce, and they accordingly said
"Poor natives!" and revolutionized.
But all these men arrested swore that
they weio not i evolutionists, hut that
they were merely seeking their rights
by constitutional methods. So .Mr.
Soincrs would oblige us by a list of
his revolutionists Admiral Brown
is reported to have saitl that he had
tho general permission from the Gov
irnment to land troops ut any time
for shore drill, and that he should ut
once mail hhisclf of this permission
to send u guard to the American
Ministry and Consulate, This seems
to me to he a remui liable intention to
abuse u fiiendly permission lo laud
tioops for drill. Assuming that Mr.
Soiiicih is correct in his report, I
cannot help thinking that the admiral
would exceed his right picposleronsly
if lie piitftiiiucd to laud Ins troops for
nut reiikou hut for drill, unless ut the
request of tlio (ioveruincnt, or un
tuw lie yliuiild see Unit the Government
is no morn
than the Commander of the Fnsann.
He did not land troopB in Chile, dur
ing the civil war, he has 'no tight to
land them hero. The Government is
perfectly able to cope with all such
petty combinations as llic Ashford
Wilcox revolution. The trouble does
not ariso from such things as these
things from which no country is fiee.
But the real uneasiness for Hawaii
comes from unscrupulous and inso
lent writers like Mr. Somers, whose
only aim is to make a sensation for
others and a living for themselves.
A traveling man who chanced to
bo in the store of K, V. Wood, at
Molvces Rocks, l'a., says while he
was waiting lo see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine j she says ills
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
Picture FrtuuuH imidu to
ortlor from latest styles of
mould hig-.s. h'enovutiou of
old itir.iuvos :-, nv,hl.y sit.
Kintr Bros.. HoNI sfiMur..
H. f. WICHMAN
Is showing a beautiful line of
In the pieiced work now so popu
lar and at pi ices which you will
For Such High Grade Goods
from S. F.
for S. V.
June 1-1 June 21
July 12 Inly 1!)
Aug 9 Aug 10
Sept (i Sept Hi
Oct J Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
I'rom San Krancisco From Sydney for
I rave Honolulu
.M on. I w.i i.
.July 2!) Mai
. Oct 21JMnripOMi
.Nov 18 Mon
FOK SAN FUAXUISCO,
The Al Steamship
A TT Q T P A T . T A ii
Ljk. -w ; ju .4.U ..;& j.j ,i. j.
Will leave Honolulu for the above
pin t on
Tuesday, June 21st,
Btir" Tho uiidcn-lgned are now pro
pped to Imiiu Thiouh Tickets from
this city to all points In ihe United
toy For further pailleu'ars leg.udiug
Freight or I'areiige, apply to
Wra. Q. IllWIN & CO., I'd.
HO (it General Aguntfl.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
I ,, nn ami atler .May 1st,
1M)2. the New and I)u-sh.ilil'-
"U I ...j-
"of tlio umlci-kliriiciL on
Thurston Avenue, coiiUhiltur Laiiro 1'nr-
lor. Dining Itooiu, Conservatory, Two
Bediooins, Drcsfiliu: Bourn whh bliitlon
iii y WanliMaud .mil Cedar Waidrobe,
Iliithrooin wi Ii l'.iteiit riinet mid Hot
and Cold Water iittucliineut, l'suiuies,
China Uloi-ct and Kitchen with New
Bauge, Not Water Holler and all attach
Lingo and coiiuiiliiit .stable on the
pieniisescoiiialuliiglwoliiiKe box -stall-,
canliige. Imuus-h ami feed rooms, and
OiouiuL silUxaoO, bi'iiuillullv laid out
and teiiaced 'Ihe view Is iiuuiimed
For further paitleiilars sue
W. li. AMILUY,
H(i-tf O It. .V L. Cu.'t, Depot.
Mii-ki-k KiiiK HniM iint
sliowhitf n Him liuti of ILini
hi. and oilier M,lt I'arior
ICiihcIs, Wall IJnu'.Uola and
Window i omfctiK ut pridtm
tO IllUUt Ull) tilllDH,
Importer and Dealer in
Steel end Iron Bang
TT" 1 j t
tym&&afi$ljz -Wi &$mW 4fa m rMSjSi
AGATE WARE iH LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, GKAY AKI SILVEIt-VLATED
LAMPS - AND - FIXTURES,
Crockerj, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water aud Soil Pipes.
Plumbing, Tm5 Copper arid Sheet iron Wo?k,
. .i I'looJs." iow. ir A' if? Ktui .,-,..,,
Builders' & Genoie! Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General HercMse,
Blake's Bteam Pumps,
VvlLCGX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
bEWING MACI11N ES.
: j. o. uox jso
West. Cor. Nuiiaiiii
Mrs- If you want to .avo time and
I. X. Ii., eoruor rn iiimiiii and Klnf stieet-n
fiSy" Kouml the place to buy Mew and Seeond-hand Furniture of all kinds at
loel pi Ices, the 1. X. L.. eoiner Xiiuauu and Kin streuts.
fca)r iJedioom Si'iN U'.udiobes, Jco linxui, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lamps,
Hugs, hurt-nil, Oheffoniers, ete., old cheap for eaah at the I. X. L., corner Xuu
auu and King .tieet-..
fi6a" Meauier ami Veranda Chair.-., Sohw. lted Lounges, llaby Cribs, Clothes
Uu.kuta, dewing .Maehiucs, Whatnot-,, Meat -ate-,, Trunk, etc., sold at ihu lowest
eash pnees at tlie I. X. L., Xew and Sueoud-li.iuU Kurnilure Ilouie, eoiiierXuu
auu and King ntieeib.
S. W. LEDERER, : : PROPRIETOR.
Vsf St,i?r Open h:tturiay I'a'ciiiiijjs till 9 o'clock. -
Telephonob, No. 111).-
rrB 2 SS ... j. ... .. -. 15 S R B H -
iMRR n HsranR unnoRnK nr.K
Eiug Street, bet. Fort & Aiakea Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour &; Feed.
Fresh Califomiw Eoll Buttur & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON 11AKJ).
New Goods meiverl by tvuy steam rs fiom Sau Francisco
gjST" All oiilerrf faiihiuily attended
ordern solicited and naeked with cum.
L'elepliones, No. 175.
15 fa 3 - s y t-
b .' .'-s !fi k
California Wheat, Oat Hay, in huge anil eonijueet-ed hales; Hurley, llolled
t Giouml JJ.trley, California & New Xeul.uid OalB, JMiddliugh, IStun, Coin,
Ciaoked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
-Drsfud brsow and Victor FSour i
: kf iv. KTILIZ lti l t-4 :
Wo keep eoiiHlantly in i-toek ihe eelehrateil Feitilizor niiinufiutliiu'd by Mr.
X. Haas of San Franoiaco, viz.: B jiio Aleal, Wool DiiHt and High Uiado
Super I'hoBphutes, ull of which can be had al bedrock priceu.
aCS" Tnlnd ordorp s.ilieitpd ind i-iitiBfrtotinn giuiranlHetl, ,pfff
LEWIS & CO., Ill fort Street,
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers id Groceries & Provisions,
11 y eaoh Mleumei of the O. B. ti. Co. from California frcbli Culafornia Roll
IJuttur, Frozen Oybture and Fresh California FruitB, Fitjh, Game, Vegetablea,
etc., etc. A complete lino of CrohO & li husk well b it J. 1. .Morton' Canned
it Iloltlo I Gondii alwayn on hand. Alto, jimt received a frell lino of Gornun
I'atort ami I'otled Meiitn and lint (led l'ret-urved FruitH, Lewis & Co.'b MuUcho
lirand Sugar Cuied llauiH and iiaeon, Now liieukfuHl Coie Ik, Cream Oat
Flakes anil Cream Wheat Fl.tkcn, Sicily Lemona and Californi v Kivemido
OrangoH, Oregon liurluiiik Potatoes, Elc, Etc,. Ens. 'Hatinfiic'iou uarunteed.
1. O, Box i-iri.,
Groceries Provisions a.Dd Feed,
EAST CORNER KORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Cumin reeenud by i-iury piieket from liuntorn blaleu and Hiimno,
Fnh UulKiiiuui Pibiliitv lo every umnej. All uitlur fallhfully ultwiilVd
to ami CiuuiU tlulivuind to any part (if (hy otty (mil of oliuiyu. lain ml unlur-i
culicitod, Hatlbfautlim uuruutouil, Mi
es, Stoves ana Fixtures,
-tv j w .
& mtonen ulifciisils,
: JIUTUAL TEL. !)0. :
.So JCiitK tStitr.
buy your Furniture, cte., at the
-r. o. Box :i72.
lo and Nitibfiictiuu guaranteed.
Cor. Ediubtirgli & Queen Sta,
sk"fc s 3a
t a tssci A n
-1. O. Box 2i)7.
Telephone No. 1)2.
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