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Society cJ the United States.
An Eminently Conservative and Safe Company.
The consideration of fi.st importance in judging of the condition of
any tlnauciul institution (ami notably of u Itlu uttiituucc company, the ma
jority of whoso connaots o.icnil over long periods of years) is its surjilus
strenyth. Tlie Kquitablu li.is, over and above all liabilities, a larger sur
plus than any other assurance company.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891,
LIABILITIES, Including Iho ttcsorvo on nil existing Policies, (4
per cent. Standard) and Special Reserve (toward the es
tablishment ol a Z)i 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 Jtiabitilirx based on the standard preset ibed by the In
surance Law of the State of New Voik, which assumes that Assets will be
invested t.o u to realize interest at the rate of ! per cent, per annum. In
addition to this, in a spirit of conservatism, the Directors of the Society,
on tlie 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. CARTWRIGHT,
General Ain-nt Tor Hawaiian Islands.
The "OLD" Stores
- "i--'Tl-1 CwN r,h
$ n: mes
COXS'l ITUT1XG THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IxV ISfi'J BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cabinet Making, Upholstering ifi Ondertakh;
Buines in Honolulu :ue till extant, and the business, its originator and
piosent propiietor here to stay. Having ptnehased the entire interest of
the late linn of II. II. William', it Co., compilsiug the largest slock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; principally selected by II. II. Williams during his late three
mouth-' visit tu the Coast', 1 now offer this stock and futuie additions for
CASH at prices much less than heretofore charged.
Hay The undesigned in re-umiug lus old place and business would respect
fully tender his grutetiil thanks for tie liberal pationagc of old fi lends of this
and neighboring Island-, and hopes to mult a continuance of their favors while
soliciting a share from new friends; and again offers his services in
ftftoving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
M itting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competont Men !
Sy PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES.
At Gie.itly Reduced Prices.
CI. :i lie Portieres at $(5 u Pair. Black Beaded Capes for Ladies, $5 Reduced
from $15 and $20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A new line of Cliallies at JOe. per yard. 12-incli All Wool Dress
Goods, in Plain, Striped mid Checked, reduced fioni
, ijil to GOe. per yard, at
8. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
CS Diessmakinu under the management of MISS CLARK. Vj5a
TEMPLE OE FASHION
Ooriior ITort As lloiel tsti'eotw.
tS KEIHJOTION ! -KSffl t" KKWUCTJOX ! -S
WE WILL SELL MONDAY, JUNE 6TH,
Ladles' Muslin Combination Chemises
with Laces, S3 &0 for $2 U5
Ladles' Muslin Combination Chemises
with Embroidery, $1 50 for $1 00
Ladles' Muslin Cheilites, 75c. for 50c.
c. j. McCarthy,
Ni:w Cu.MJiiNb' Block, MmujiANT Bj'hkkt.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Bunts Collecti'd and Houses Bunted.
aW Any business entrusted to mo
I HAVE I' mil 1 iiu' Kunldeiiec Situs,
clouded on 1 likol ktieet, for Mile.
The LoUhavo A fioniiu.'v of til lent nil
Plil.nl btiuet and hid 'JtiO feet deep, aie
nicely luhl out In 1) nit ami Imde troiw
mid mo till coveted with giuw, iilttt
laid on throughout. The ltuutlnii of
tin mi IajI Mini tlie lliullml iiiuuliei inuke
It IMItMIMHI'y lllUt IlllHlldllljf IIUIIlllUMil'k
kliuuld iiiHhu wuly HpplluMilou to the
multirhi(iM( fiom mUuiii m!1 ijiIwiIhi
Oiui hylfud, JAg. V, MQJtUAN.
kiIiihiiiwi 111 i a
Ladles' Muslin Skirts witli Laces, S3 50
for $2 50
Ladles' Miialin Skirts with Embroldeiy,
$2 50 for &t 75
Latest Style Silk and Sateen Blouses
EILRLJC1I & CO.,
Corner Fort & Hotel streets.
will iccoivo piompt attention. j(
M - iM
CO'ITAOK on Kiuniii htieot. lately oe
miplud by Mr. .Mei'uilhy, Bent 4u
pur muulh and uniiir rate
CO'I'I'AQK on Kluj; fclmul, Kimiilo,
luluG" om;iiileil liy Mr. Oliimiiiu
ijrujjbit, Bent W pur mouth mid
water jrulo ! Iiu
4th JULY !
Received per S, S. "Australia," and
J- 9 jLm 9 JLJ 9 ft
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
SJF A fresli and good assortment
of File Crackers, Large and Small
Torpedoes, Colored Fire and Whistle
Bombs, Snake Nests, Roman Candles,
Sky Rockets, Blue Lights, Flower
Pots, Bengolas, 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, Firo Ballons, Toy
American Silk, Bunting & Muslin
A8SOHTi:i CASK 00, $10,
24 Colored lioman Candles,
0, It ll l
o i " "
Sky Rockets, 1 oz.
" " 2 oz.
" " :i oz
12 Pkgs. Magnesium Illuminations.
12 Bengolas, .'1 inch.
12 Pieces Punk.
ABSOUTKl! CASE A, $15.
12 Colored Fire Bombs, Large.
3 Revolving Tulips.
0 Whistle Bombs.
2d lioman Candles, i Star.
12 " " 0 "
12 Large Blue Lights.
12 Serpents, fi inch.
G Bengolas, 5 inch,
:Mb. Bed and Green Fire.
12 Largo Pin Wheels.
(1 Triangle Wheels, 1 oz.
1 Star Mine, No. fi.
12 Pieces Punk.
AhKOUTKI) CASE NO. 1, $20.
30 Boinan Candles, 1 Siar.
30 " " 2 "
2-1 " " 3 "
04 i .
21 " " 0 "
21 Sky Rockets, 1 oz.
12 " " 2oz.
12 " " 3oz.
12 " 1 o.
12 Whistle Bombs.
12 Magnesium Illuminations,
12 Flower Pots.
72 Blue 'Lights.
12 Colored Bengal Lights.
12 Pieces Punk.
AKHOItTKI) OABK 11, $2fi.
(i Bomnu Caudles, 0 Star.
12 ' . " 8 "
G Star Jets.
0 Sky Bockets, -V lb.
21 Blue Lights.
0 Flower I'ots.
A lb. Bed and Oreon Fire,
G Whittling Bombs.
21 Pin Wheels.
0 Triangle Wheels.
3 Colored Star Mines No. 3.
1 ii ii i jj
12 " Firo Bombs.
Extra Coloied Bomaii Can-
dies, 0 to 12 Stars.
fjV Ejilra Colored Sky Rockets,
1 to J lb.
gjB Island oiilers jtroiuptly ut
tunded to. These goods aie now and
fresh of the best ipmlily and will ho
kohl at the j.imvj;t oasii ciiiokh at tliu
I X. L., New and Second Hand Fur
niture Huiiif, (Jorner Nuuanu and
S. W. l.KDJJUKH,
110 17U2U21 r&JLrlyMjr.
Toksuay, June 21, 18D2.
The Assembly reconvened at 1 :30
o'clock and Hep. Naivahi again occu
pied the floor in continuation of the
long dt-awn out and weaiisome "out
of order" speches on Hits resolution
presented by him. Noticing a ma
jority of tlie native members piesent
he judged that the opportunity for
obtaining a favorable vote should not
be lost, so hu moved tlie previous
question to end debate and press a
vote. Happily the rule, requiring a
fotir-tlfths vote to cany, was not
complied witli and the foreign mem
bers were for safety's sake compelled
to listen to further harangue upon
Noble Horner was opposed to the
resolution, as it was interfering witli
the rights of the Minister.
Noble Baldwin was opposed on tlie
same ground and not on account of
any desire not to relieve the sufferings
of the alllicted.
Minister Paiker stated that all that
was possible was now being done.
The Board of llwallh were not for
getful of the subject. They were
now in correspondence with an organ
ization in England, of which tlie
Prince of Wales was one of the
leading members, and the Board were
now arranging for the coming hither
of a capable specialist.
Rep. Kaunanlano was in favor of
the resolution, as were also Heps.
Kapahti and Ioscpa.
Minister Widemanu was opposed
and reiterated the statement that the
subject was under consideration, al
most constantly, and that there was
neither iutcntion nor wish to neglect
the interests of the sufferers by the
Board of Health.
Noble Matsdcn was tired, very
tired, of the discussion andcndeavor
ed, in vain, to call dowii Hep. Nawahi
on a point of order. However, a
few minutes afterward he obtained
the lloor and at 3:2fi o'clock put,
without delay, the previous question.
It was not seconded before Minister
Widemann obtained the lloor, follow
ed by Noble Neumann and Reps.
Kauiauoba and Waipuilani, who oc
copied time until 3 : -10 o'clock.
At3:-10 o'clock tlie previous ques
tion was carried and the motion to
adopt the resolution was lost, Rep.
Ashford being the only foreigner out
of line. Lollowingis the vote on the
cal of ayes and noes:
Ayes Nobles Pua and Iloapili ;
Reps. Bipikaue, Ashford, Aki, Na
wahi, Koahou, Ivaunamano, Kamau
oba, Waipuilani, Kapahti, Nahinu,
White, Kanealii, Edmonds, Kaluua,
Ioscpa, Akina, Kaulii 10.
Noes Ministers Widemann, Spen
cer and Whiting ; Nobles Berger,
Ena, Macfarlane, Williams. Neu
mann, Kauhane, J. M. Horner, Hind,
Marsden, Young, Baldwin, W. Y.
Horner Walbridge, Anderson,
Thurston, Wilcox, KaiioaandDreier ;
Reps. AVilcox and Wilder 23.
Absent Minister Parker; Nobles
Peterson, Cummins and Cornwell ;
Reps. Pua, Bush and Smith.
Noble Neumann offered a resolu
tion, "Tnat the Sanitary Committee
confer with the Board of Health and
report to this House what action will
be necessaiy to allow certain persons
claiuiing that they, can cine leprosy
to take lepers at the Kalihi receiving
hospital under treatment, providing
tlie patioi'ts consent to such tieat
After the adoption of the resolu
tion Noble Marsden, still fearful of
other debate, moved adjournment.
President Walker, who had been
standing at the time, refused to re
ceive ti " 'v.'iion until after the read
ing o' the following communications
expressing himself to the effect "that
the House had busied itself all day
doing nothing therefore he consider
ed that the majority of the members
were disposed to obtain a record of
Rep. Kamauoha moved that the
reply be referred to Committee on
Ways and Means, they might (ind an
opportunity to retrench in the sal
aries. Minister Spencer presented an an
swer to questions, read by the Clerk,
as follows : In answer to the ques
tions propounded by Hon. C. V.
Ashford, I beg leave to bay that the
retail spirit license of J no. W. Rec
ord, at Wailuku, expired on Apiil 1,
1892; that the said Record, under
date of March 1G, 181)2, made appli
cation for a renewal of the same,
witli permission to change the locali
ty of the saloon to some other place
in tlie district of Wailuku acceptable
tome.. Under dale of March 21,1
consented to the removal of said sa
loon to Ivahului, but objected to its
removal to any part of the town of
Wailuku. Under a resolution of the
li ivy Council, adopted March ll,
1885, the Minister of the Interior
was authorized to grant two retail
spirit licenses for the district of Wai
luku, and two have been regularly
granted for several years past. 1
could not issue additional liccns.es for
that district if applied for. There
are no such rejected applications on
file in the lute: lor olllce.
Cleik McCarthy also read the an
swer of the Attorney-General to ques
tions of Rep. Waipuilani in substance
that: thu member had requested the
names and pay of all persons in the
employ of thu Police Departimnt.
The Attornoy-Geucial states that hu
is unable to answer thu question, as
no complulo record exists. A list of
thu police, according to the pay roll
of Maich, 18112, Is llled, hut this list
dogs not Include "men engaged in
bttuicl seivice, nor special police."
The Mlniklcr requested to he relieved
fioni further nntner1 unless specillo
items were mentioned in tho ques
tions. ttp. Ashford That is not an an
swer! Minister Whiting It is answer
enough for you, sirl If the informa
tion is icquested by resolution, ho
could not give awny information on
police matters yet undeveloped and
which required supervision of tlie civil
service even to-day.
Rep. Ashford spoke bitterly
against the wish expressed by the
Attorney-General that he be "excus
ed from answering further ques
tions." The answer presented by
the MlnUU'i had evaded the princi
pal information requited and that
was l elating to the seeiet service.
What was tlie secret service?
That was whatMio wanted to know,
and who were enrolled in it, where
they were stationed, and what they
did for the moneys paid them, lie
had heard that 'respectable people
had been dogged to their hoine3, and
about their homes, by a lot of bum
mers, thugs and thieves, whom the
Marshal had gathered around him.
He desired to know those spies. He
had been dogged himself and he had
no wrong-doimi chaiged to him. He
did not think that the Attorney-General
should be excused from further
.Minister Whiting said that he had
only asked to be excused from an
swering general questions. If it was
desired to obtain knowledge of the
secret service it could only be done
by tesohilion of the Assembly and
not on the say so of one member. If
the honorable gentleman from the
3d district, has been "dogged" as he
says he lias, he probably deserved it.
Rep. Ashford, (pointedlv) 1
would ask if the Minister means to
imply that I should be dogged. That
1 have done anything of a dishonor
able nature to require this service of
Minister Whiting I said and I
say again that il you were dogged
you probably deserved to he I
Rep. Ashlord did not propose that
the Minister should cover liimseli
uiuler the subterfuge offered of the
civil service. The Minister was not
a dictator; he was not tlie party to
judge in regard to the withholding or
granting of information required by
the House ; the Cabinet were not tlie
masters but the servants of tlie peo
ple. The question has been asked
relative to the special police and
when the Ministci answers relative to
the civil service he is talking of a
myth, "the civil service, indeed!
rather a troop of loafers and bum
mers placed at the public ciib by the
supposed subordinate but really mas
ter of the Attorney-General." Moved
that it is tlie sense of this House that
the questions asked by Rep. Waipui
lani be answered as called for.
Noble Neumann had been much in
teiested by the tale of Rep. Ashford
relative to the trailing and dogging,
and thought that more of it would also
be interesting, but consideiing that
they had been patient listeners for
sometime previous to other debate,
lie would for a change move ad
journment. (Seconded amid tlie
slamming of desks and laughter).
Rep. Ashford objected, that there
was another motion pending.
President Walker said that a mo
tion to adjourn was always in order.
Rep. Ashfoid (hotly) Then if
such is your ruling, I appeal.
Noble Thurston rose and read from
the Rules showing that the ruling of
tlie President was correct, whereupon
Rep Ashford witluhew his appeal
ami at -1 :25 the Assembly adjourned.
A traveling man who chanced to
bo in the store of E. V. Wood, at
McKees Rocks, Pa., says while he
was waiting to sec 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; she says it is
tlie best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
Is showing a beautiful line of
In the pleieed work now so popu
lar and at prices which you will
For Such High Grade Goods.
H. F. WICHMAN
Pi lee 180.
Apply mi Imn I'd llaik 'Veritas."
IMoiiiru FninioH Hindu at
onlop from lalost, KtvluHof
nioiililliiKi-L IttsnnvuUou ol'
ohl philui'DH ti Hpuoiiilt.y at
King UroH,, ilolul ulroot.
liiiHH'tu und Dealer in
Jteel anfl Iron Ranges. Stoves si Fixtures,
Kg,.'i !!! Tj.j. .. i . i mjmJl. -i J$i K'.'lv
Eg--i VfiT-'-w ns W-TmiBSv
AGATE WARE IN
WHITE, GllAY ANI)
PS - AW
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Shsei Iron Work.
Builders' & Geneial Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNIS11KS & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WAKE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General lerctaie,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WIL3GX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
feE WING MACHINES.
; P. O. IlOX 480.
"VVoi-il. Cor. JNimsfLitii it Iv ill's SSli-cuts!.
tS" if yon want to save time and money buy your Furniture, etc., at the
I. X. L., corner Nutiami and Kin;; stioet.
BaT" Found the place to buy Xow and Second-hand Furniture of all Muds at
lowest prices, tho I. X. L.. coiner Nuuanu and King -.ticets.
tajr licdioom Sets, Wai-diones Iuo Muxes, Stoves, Uhairs. Hanging Lamps,
Rugs. 1!iiumu, (Jhcffoiilcrs, etc., sold cheap for cash at the 1. X. L., corner Nun
ami and King sticcts.
Ua?" Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Sofa-,. Med Lounges, Maby Cribs, Clothes,
Haskcts, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat afes, Trunks, etc., sotd at tlie lowest
e.ish prices at the 1. X. L., New and Secoml-liaud Furniture lIoue, corner Xuu-.
ami and King sticcts.
S. W. LEDERER,
S Stare Open Saturday
Telephones, No, 111).-
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Elour & Feed.
Fresh California Roll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
New Goods received by every steam, ra from San Francisco.
f$3 All oulers faitlilully attended to and batisfaetioii guaianteed. Island
outers solicited and naeketl with cam.
Telephones, No. 175.-
ilOW FEED CO., L'd,
OFFER FOR SALE
California Wheat, Oat Hay, in largo and com pressed bales ; Barley, Rolled
fe Gitmnil Barley, California & New Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bran, Com,
Cracked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Al&o,
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour I
: ' 1U X rJL' IJIZJCKH :
Wo keep constantly in stock the celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr..
A, Haas of San Fraucibco, viz.: Bono Meal, Wool Dust anil High Giado
Juper Pliobpliates, all of which can bo had at bedrock prices.
RtB Talarid onler Kolioiteil suid sntisfaction guaranteed, J&C9
LEWIS & CO.,
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail
By oaoh steamer of tlie O. ti. H. Co. from California fiesh Oalafornia Roll
Butter, Fiozon Oysters ami Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete lino of Oiosoo & Blackwell'a &, J. T. Morton's Canned
& Botllel Goods alwayb on hand. Alno, jiiht leceived a fresh line of German
Pates and Potted Meats and Bottled Pieborved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cured Hums and Bacon, New Bieakfabl Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Oieani Wheat Flakob, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Oranges, Oregon Burhauk Potatoes, Etc,, Etc.. Etc. SatisfaCion guaranteed.
P. O. Box M5.-
IMPORTERS AND DKALKItS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
KAST CORNER FORT AND KING KTKKKTS.
New (JooiU rueuiveil by uveiy packet from Kaitorn Ktnlus anil Kuroiie,
Frtwli Oullfuuiiu Pioduee by uveiy bleaniur. All onlum faithfully attuinled
to and GoimIh dglivuroil to any pint of the city free of charge, iahuul yrdyrs
ttolioiled, butisfuetlou Kuaruuteud, 1-U1
I I I B I Pl.l IIIWI i H. J im..M9afcR6
& Kitchen Utensils,
' i in mil
: MUTUAL TEL. M0. ;
Evening till 9 o'clock- -i
-P. O. Box 372.
-Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
-P. O. Box 297s
Ill Fort Street,
Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
.Telephone No. 02.