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Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
An Eminently ConsemtiYe and Safe Company.
Tlic consideration of I'nst, Importance in judging of the condition of
any financial institution (and notably of n life nsmirunoe company, the ina
jorlty of whose contracts expend ovur long periods of years) is its surplus
straijri. The Equitable hits, over and above all liabilities, a larger sur
plus than any other assurance company.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891, - - $136,198,518.38
LIABILITIES, including th: Rosarvo on all oxlsling Policies, (4
per cent. Standard) and Special Ncscrvo (toward the es
tablishment ol a 3 pur ccnl. valuation") ol $1,500,000 109,905,537.82
This Surplus remains after making provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation of Liubililivx based on the standard preset ibed by the In
surance Law of the Slate of .New York, which assumes that Assets will be
invested &o as 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 staudard of valuation than the law now prescribes.
ALEX. J. OARTW&SGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The "OLD Stores
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 185U BY C. 13. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
fata, Cabinet Makiug, Upholstering & hkMn
Busbies in Honolulu are still extant, anil the business, its oi initiator and
present piopriutor here to stay. Having purchased the enure interest of
the lute linn ot 11. H. Williams ita Co., comprising the largest Btoek of
Purniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; principally selected by II. II. Williams during his late tin ee
months' viit to the Coat, I now ulfur this slock and future additions for
CASH at prices much less than heretofore charged.
liBr The undersigned In resuming ins old place and business would respect
fully tender his grateful thanks for ttio liberal patronage of old friends of this
and neighboring Islands, and hopes t mi lit u continuance of their favors while
soliciting a sbaie from new Iriouds; and again offers his services in
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
MUting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
hSr PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -J
At Gieatly Reduced Pi ices.
'. ji ilo Poitioics at $0 a Pair. Bla k Headed Capes for Ladies, $5 Reduced
fioin i 10 ami $20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR Ai1 COST.
A new lino of Cballies at -10c. per yard. 42-ineb All Wool Dress
Goods, in Plain, Striped and Checked, minced fiom
$1 to G0c. per yuid, at
I. F. EHLI
Pff- Dressmaking under the management of MISS CLARK, 'a
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner ITorl, tto Uolel Rstreotw.
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WILL SLLL 10NDAY, JUNE 6TH,
Ladies1 Muslin Couibluatlon Chemist's
with Laces, S3 hO for $2 05
Indies' Muslin Combination Ohemihcs
vlthKmbri)ilery,$l DUfor$1 00
Ladles' MiibIIu (.'iicmlscs, 75c. for 50c.
c. j. McCarthy,
Ni:W CU.MMINb' BLOCK, MlUIOIIANT Sl'ltEET.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Runts Collected and Houses Renli'd,
PyST Any business uiitiiibtcd to mo will receivo iroinpt attention. Jgffl
Iteimi teince Sites
FOR S A lilt! I
IIIAVK J' our Hue Rusldtmeo Site,
sltiiuU'd on 1 Ilkol slice! . for mile.
'J'hi) Lots have llfiontiiifu of III feet on
Jl kol tli mil and in u and fu'-l deep, urn
nliuly lulil out In fruit and "limit' tnn
and mo all coveicd with grnt wnioi
luhl on ihiuughuui. Tho nitimllmi of
Hi nu Lot uiiil llio liiultml iiiiiiiIiui uiiilic
It iimwtoiiiy Unit liittuiiltiiK iMiiulmmi
kjituilil mutu wuly iiiilluUuii lu ihu
uuiiufftimuuJj l j tin. 1'l"wulLliflfil"
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99 FORT ST.
C5T KKWUUTION ! -l
Ladles' Muslin Skirts with Laws, $3 50
for $2 50
Ladies1 Muslin Skirts with Embroidery,
$2 50 for &l 75
Latest Style Silk and Sateen Blouses
EIIRLICII & CO.,
Corner Fort t!c Hotel streets.
OO'JTAfJl; on Kuiiiia HlKH't. lalulj -
ciiplml by .Mr. .Mui'iirlhy. Itiint S"0
jiur uioiiili uud wnlur uite,
COTTAdlC on King hIiduI. Kmviiln,
liiluly oci'iijilinl by .Mr, UJuiunuu
UftiUliy. Run! ' fur iiiojiUi ami
yjUUir luto, Jill Im
! ii wifcnwffBTiri
4th JULY !
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Received per S. S. "Australia," and
I. X. L.,
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
A fresh and good assortment
of Fire Crackers, Lai go and Small
Torpedoes, Colored Fire and Whistle
Bombs, Snake Nests, Roman Candles,
Sky Rockets, Bluo Lights, Flower
Pots, Bengolas, Colored Fire, Magne
sium Illuminators, Pin Wheels, Single
and Double Triangle Wheels, Saxon
Wheels, Colored Rosettes, Catherine,
Trumpet and Vertical Wheels, Star
Mines, Volcanoes, Colored Floral
Bomb Shells, Variegated Fountains,
Meteoric Batteries, Firo Bailout-, Toy
American Silk, Bunting & Muslin
AHSOUTKl) CASK 00, $10.
Skv Rockets, 1 o.
"" " 2oz.
12 l'kgs. MngiiOAium Illuminations.
12 Bengolas, !1 inch,
12 Piecob Punk.
ASSOUTKI) CASK A, $15.
12 Colored Fire Bombs, Large.
'.I Revolving Tulips.
(5 Whistle Bombs.
24 Roman Candles, ! Star.
12 " " 0 "
12 Largo Blue Lights.
12 Serpents, f inch.
fl Bengolas, 5 inch.
-Jib. Red and Grccu Fire.
12 Large Pin Wheels.
0 Triangle Wheels, 1 oz.
1 Star Mine, No. 5.
12 Pieces Punk.
AKHOKTKl) CAB13 NO. 1, $20.
30 Roman Candles, 1 Siar.
,'IC " " 2 "
21 " " 3 "
21 " " 4 "
24 " " G "
24 Sky Rockets, 1 oz.
12 " " 2oz.
12 " " 3oz.
12 " " lost.
12 Whistle Bombs.
12 Magnesium Illuminations.
12 Flower PotB.
72 Bluo Lighte.
12 Colored Bengal Lights.
12 Pjcccb Punk.
ABh'OUTEJ) OA8E 11, $25,
0 Roman Caudles, 0 Star.
12 " " 8 "
(S Star Jets.
0 Sky Rockets, -J lb.
21 Bluo Lights.
0 Flower Pots.
i lb, Red and Green Fire,
6 Whistling Bombs.
24 Pm Wheels.
0 Triaiiglo Wheels.
II Coloied Star Mines No. 3,
1 " " " " 0,
12 " Firo Bombs,
12 Pieces Punk.
$JB Kxlra Colored Roman Cau
dles, (ilo 12 Stars.
gjW Exlia Colored Sky Rockets,
1 to 1 II).
gjV Island orders proinptly at
leiidi'd li, 'J'Iicmi goods tiro now and
fii'nli of tho hcbl quality mid will ho
Mild lit till) MMVKhT OAHII J'lllOKH III llll)
I X. L., Now mill Second lluml Fur
iiiliiro lloiire, Coiiiur Niiuhuii uud
H. V. LJODKRKR,
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MoNtur, Juno 20, 1892.
The Assembly re-convened
1 :30, the usual quorum enabling the
1'iesident to call to order.
Rep. Koahou desired that the
powers of the Opium Committee be
President Walker in'ormed tho
member relative to the poweis of the
committee, which explanation satis
fied the inquirer.
Noble Marsden, from the Ways
and Means Committee, presented a
repoil that they had visited the Min
ister of Foreign Affairs and with his
consent recommended the following
reductions in that Department:
That item 107 of the Appropria
tion Bill, "Stale Entertainments,"
be reduced from 8000 to 84000. In
regard to the band the committee
append a statement made by Prof.
Berger, showing the estimated ex
penses of an cllicicnl band of 25
pieces for the biennial period at
$32,458. They recommend that the
items in bands, (lags and salutes
read as follows: Band, including sal
ary of bandmaster, 831,458, salaries
to be paid until Aug. 1, 1892, S2592 ;
flags and salutes S2000. The pre
sentation shows a reduction of 15,
642 in the amount appropriated for
the band alone. Laid on table for
consideration with Appropiiation
Itep. Ashford propounded ques
tions to the Minister of Interior as
Have you issued a license for the
retailing of spirituous liquors at Ka
liului, Maui, and if so, when and to
whom did you issue sucli license?
Had you not previously icfused
other applications on the ground that
the law did not permit the issue of a
license to retail spirituous liquors on
Maui outside of the town of Wat
luku? If such refusal was made and
license was afterwards granted, state
reasons for each of such acts?
Rep. Ashford propounded the fol
lowing series of questions to the At-tonYcy-Gcneral
State circumstance? and facts in
regard to tin: prosecution of one Ah
Hon (or other Chinaman if this name
is incorrect) in the district court of
Waimca, Kauai, and thereafter upon
appeal, upon a charge of selling
spirituous liquors without a license,
second offense, and please submit a
copy of instructions or letters sent
by you or by your orders to the de
puty sheriff of Waimea, Kauai.
Stale, in particular, your reasons
for instructing the said deputy sher
iff to change the charge against baid
defendant, upon appeal, and thereby
prefer a charge dilTereni from that
upon which defendant had been tried
in the District Court. State in de
tail the reason for any of such in
structions, other than that relatii.g
to a change in the charge of offense.
Stale in detail what was done in pur
suance of your instructions, if any,
to said deputy sheriff in the prem
State the circumstances of the
discovery of the smuggling of dia
monds into Honolulu by one Rubens,
during or about the month of Febru
What was the value of the gems
so smuggled? What became of
them? Wasbuit brought to condemn
and forfeit them? If so, were they
so condemned? If condemned was
the decree commuted and what was
the commutation? By whose advice?
Were you a claimant for a share of
the proceeds of the fine or penalty
and at time of commutation? Did
you receive any share of the fine or
penalty imposed in commutation, if
so, what was tho amount, and the
grounds for the claim?
Rep. Ashford oil'ered the following
Whereas, there arrived in Hawaii
an ports, namely, Hilo and Honolulu,
from the British Colonies in the
Southern hemisphere, in or about the
month of October, 1891, a vessel
bearing the name of the "Beagle,"
and having on board two persons
passing respectively under the names
of Bloom and Douglas, and who
were then currently suspected by the
people of this Kingdom to be, and
have since been definitely learned to
have been defaulters, embezzlers,
and refugees from Australian justice,
Whereas, said vessel" remained
several weeks in the hurbor of Hono
lulo, while the said Bloom and Doug
las held a residence ashore, in this
Whereas, it has been publicly
stated in the press, and otherwise,
and notoriously passed curient in
this community, that during the said
stay of said Bloom unci Douglas in
Honolulu, the Attorney-General, W.
A. Whiting, and the Marshal of the
Kingdom, C. B. Wilson, and othors,
being ollicial subordinates of said
Attorney-General and Marshal, en
trusted with tho execution of the
penal laws and the apprehension of
criminals, publicly and privately
consorted with said Bloom and Doug,
las, to un extent which brought dis
credit upon tho Luw Department and
the Police Administration of this
Whuieas, it lias been intimated in
the public prints, and is currently
rumored In this Kingdom, that the
said Attorney-General mid Marshal
obtained, hut improperly kept Jii
ctaled, certain evidence of the iden
tity of the Haiti Bloom uud Douglas,
llieiehy preventing their apprehen
sion uud MirrcudiT to Hie AiMrnlitin
iititliorille for lihd upon uiiuiliuil
Wliurcuy, hiicli course on the purl
ol sultl Altjruuy Qciiyrul uud Alui
j bo, as nboVc, ptlollclj'' Knd olti
.ly reported, uhtircd and Staled
to have bectl pursued liy them, if sup
ported by facts, cannot but seriously
impair tho confidence of thu people,
and of this House, in the integrity
of said olllciuls, and in the conduct
of the Department and Bureau by
them respectively controlled;
lie it therefore Jicsolvcd that a
Select Committee of live members
bo appointed by the Chair, and that
such Committee be, and is hereby
Instructed to inquire and repoit to
this House, with all convenient speed :
1. All facts concerning llio arriv
al, character, mission and conduct of
said vessel, the "Beagle," and of
said Bloom and Douglas, in the Ha
waiian Kingdom ;
2. What were the relations be
tween the said Attorney General and
Marshal, or cither of them, or their,
or either of their official subordi
nates, acting by the consent of either
of the olllcials named, and said Bloom
and Douglas, or either of them, dur
ing the slay of the latter in this
Kingdom? In what manner, where,
and to what extent, if at all, did they
3 Did the said Attorney General
and Marshal have information or
reason to believe that said Bloom and
Douglas, or cither of them, were or
was wauled by the authorities of nny
foreign Government, for trial upon a
criminal charge? and, if bo, what
steps, if any, (lid said Attorney Gen
eral or Marshal, or their, or any of
their suboidinates, with their consent,
take to either promote, facilitate,
impede or frustrate the desire of such
foreign Government to obtain the
custody of said Bloom and Douglas,
or either of thcin?
4. Were any presents received
and accepted by any Hawaiian olli
cfal from said Bloom and Douglas, or
either of them, and, if so, under
what circumstance-., and upon what
5. All other facts pertinent to the
matter in question, together with the
recommendations, if any, of such
Committee in the premises.
On motion the resolution was re
ferred to the Judiciary Committee.
Noble Marsden offered a i evolu
tion that $1000 be appropriated for
the employment of courier pigeons.
To Committee on Commerce.
Noble J. M. Horner read first time
a bill to obtain by taxation funds for
the maintenance of the Fire Depait
ment of the kingdom.
Rep. Wilder gave notice of a bill
to provide for a building for the stor
age of inflammable oils, and under
suspension of the mles read tiic bill
for the first time.
Rep. Kamauoha offoied a resolu
tion that S2000 be appropriated for
a courthouse, etc., at North Koliala.
To Committee on Public Lands. The
same member gave notice of inten
tion of a bill prohibiting the import
ing of foreign school teachers.
Rep Kapahu gave notice of a bill
relating to the voting of employees
Rpp. Akina gave notice of a bill to
amend section 8, chapter 8, Laws of
188, relative to the police.
Rep Koahou offeied a resolution
that 1078 be paid to certain per
sons for purchase of kuleanas appro
priated to road purposes near the In
sane Asylum at Kalihi. To Com
mittee on Public Lands.
Rep. White gave notice of a bill to
establish a bonded warehouse at
At 2 :50 o'clock the Order of the
Day. consideration of the Appropiia
tion Bill, was taken up, Rep. Bush
in the chair, and the following items
Cleik of Second Judicial District,
witholliceatWailuku, S00O. Passed.
Clerk of Third Judicial Circuit,
Expenses of the Supreme Court,
Expenses of Circuit Com Is, 10,
Expenses of Witnesses in Criminal
Cases, ?J000. Passed.
Purchase of Law Books, 82000.
Passed at 8 1000.
Stationery and Incidentals, 82000.
Passed at 81500.
Pay of Interpreter1! for all courts
not especially provided for, 82500.
Passed at 82000.
Pay of Clerk of Honolulu Police
Couil, 83000. Passed with the addi
tion of the word "interpreter," at
Chinese Interpreter and Transla
tor, 83000. Passed.
Portuguese Interpreter and Trans
lator, 82400. The item passed, on a
standing vote, at 81800.
Piir.ting and binding the eighth
volume of Hawaiian Reports, S2500.
Passed at 82300.
Pay of Messengers for the Judi
ciary, 82400. Passed.
Rep. .Smith moved that an addition
of 81000 be inserted for indexing the
records of ciicuit couits and probate
records of circuit judges. Lost.
At -1 :0i Noble Marsden moved that
the committee rise and report pro
gress and after report was made it
The Assembly immediately at 4 ;05
p. m., adjourned.
The best spring medicine is u dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physio but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
biilu by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
K J. MORGAN.
CARPENTER fj & BUILDS.
.Jobbing pioniptly atteiuh'il to.
SI. 'bm&r Do'l
1.1 1 Hill
MtiiKix, Ivintf Bros, ni'o
chowiiig a IIiih hint of itiim
Ihmi tt ltd oiiiHc Ktylo i'iii'ior
KiihmIh, Wall Jlrutiluitri and
Window t oraicttH ill pricon
f o utuuL tliu UnuiM.
Importer ami Dealer in
Steel ai Iron Ranges. Stoves ill Fixtures,
Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, GRAY ANJ SHVEtt-PLATED
LAH1PS - AND - PDTrURES-
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
Builders' & Genoiai Hardwar
Agricultural Sm pie merits,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER
Cutlery & General Irclaiise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
;P. O. BOX 4S0.
"Wei "i-. JN muni u So If ill 4 Ht.i'o.'tH.
"S? if you want to save time and money buy your Furniture, etc., at the
I. X. L., corner Niiimiiii and Kin;' stieet
flS?" Found the place to buy Nhw ami Second-band Furniture of all kinds at
hmett prices, the I. X. L.. comer Xmianu and King streets.
Stf" Itrdioom Sot, Waidiobes, lee l!uxch, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lamps,
Rugs, Hui can-, (Jlieffnulciii, etc., sold cheap for cash at the 1. X. L., comer Nuu
uiiii and King stieets.
ley- f-)te.mier and Veranda Chairs, Son-.. Bed Lounges, Baby Ci lbs, Clothes
Baskets, .Sowing Machines, Whatnots, .Meat -ales, 'trunk', etc., solil at the lowest
cash prices at the I. X. L., New and Second-hand Kiirnltuie House, corner Nuu
anu and King streets.
S. W. LEDERER, : : PROPRIETOR.
tsr Si.nrtt Open fcnluntny
. 11U. JBK&W P.
Has. Hust ace, Lincoln Block,
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh California Roll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
New Goods received by -.vuy otcnm- rs from San Francisco.
0 All oidern faithfully attended In and satisfaction guaiantecd. Island
oiderrt solicited and n, Hiked uilli ctic.
telephones, No. 175.-
Cilitomia Wheal, Oat Hay, in large and coinpref-sed bales ; Barley, Rolled
it Giiimiii Barley, California & Now Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bum, Coin,
Clacked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. AlbO,
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour I
: V Jfl Jt 'X' 1LIZ 11 It tS :
7o keep constantly in stock the celebrated Feitiliscers manufactured by Mr.
X. ILuiB of San Francisco, viz.: Bone Meal, Wool DuHt and High Giado
upor Phosphates, all of which can be bad at bediock prices.
gasr" Tlsuid orders nnlioifpil n.nd Katihfaolion guaranteed. jggCP
LEWIS & CO., Ill fort Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steamer of the O. S. S, Co. from California fresh Onliifornia Roll
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc, A complete lino of Orosso & Blackwcll's & J. T. Morton's Canned
& Bottled Goods nlwnyb on band. Also, just icceivcd a fresh line of Getuiun
Pates and Potted Meats and Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis A Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cuicd Hams and Bacon, New Bieakfasl Coioals, Cream Out
Flakes and Cream Wheal Flakes, Sicily Lemons uud California Riverside
Oranges, Oregon Uuihuuk Potatoes, Elo Etc., Eic, Satisfac,i"ii guaruiiteed.
P. O. Box 145.-
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER VOU'V AND KINO STREETS,
Now (loodk received by uvoi.v packet (loin Kiuti'in Suites anil El
1'jutfh Oulifoiniu I'liMfiiiui by every
lo uud Goods dulivuiiul to anv nail of
uulluilod, HutUluotion jcuunwiteed,
p E3 '" I
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: MUTUAL TEL. 90.
livewhiKS till J) o'clock, -vai
O. Box 372.
-Cpr. Edinburgh & C2ueeu Sta,
-P. O. Box 297.
from California fresh
-Telephone No. D2.
vtuaiiuir. All uitlum fitUhfully ulliiiiilcd
tliu nils' fruit of uhiuuu, Island order