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TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner 1 ort Ss IloUl MnrtH.
We Will Sell THIS WEEK at Reduced Prices
WHITE DRESS GOODS, CORSETS, KID GLOVES,
RIBBON'?, FANS, ETC., ETC,
EC SP I O IV 1 3 li A. rS? S ! -a
Shoes & Bjy's Clothing Etc., Etc.
S. EHRLICI1 & CO.,
Corner Fort & Hotel streets
Equitable Life As
Society of the United States.
An Eminently Conservative and Sale Company,
Tho consideration ol 111 si impoitanee in judging of the condition of
any financial institution (and notably of a life assurance company, the ma
jority of whose eontiaclb extend over long peiiods of years) is its surplus
strength. The Equitable lias, over and above all liabilities, a larger sur
plus than any other assurance company.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891,
LIABILITIES, including tho llessrve on all existing Policies, (
per cent. Standard) and Special Roserve (tewuU the es
tablishment ol a 3l. pjr cent, valuation) ol SI, 500.000 109.905,537.82
This Surplus remains, after making provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation of Liabilities based on the standard presciibed by the In
surance Law of the State of Now York, which assumes that Assets will be
invested so as to 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.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
mim wftu &
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLAN 1', ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FOHT STREETS,
IX Lb.")1.) BY U. E. WILLIAMS FUR CONDUCTING THE
hiirn, Cabinet Making Uphubturiiig & kkMvj
ISiidness in Honolulu aiu still extant, and the business, its originator ami
present proprietor here to stay. J lavlm; purchased the eatuo interest of
the late firm of H. II. Williams iV, Co., compiising the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goodb
Evei 'n Honolulu; principilly selected by II. 11. Williams during bis lale three
months' visit to the Coa-t, I now oiler this slock and futuie additions for
CASH at prices much less than heietofore charged.
FS"-Tho undersigned in lCMimiug m old place and business would respect
fully wider his grateli.l thank, for t ic liberal patronage of old friends of this
and iieighboiing Islands, and hopes t mi lit :i continuance of their favors while
solieiting a siiaio noin new fiiend.-; and agaiu offeis his services in
Moving: Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Exiieriuneed and Careful ilea with Suitable Apparatus.
Mating of Suporior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
Car PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. tBJ
At Gicatly liiuuced Puces.
OI.-ji Jle J'oilicics at () a J'.ur. Black Beaded Capes for Ladies, $5 Reduced
from .1 3 and $20.
GENTS' WRITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.'
A new line of ('bailies at -10c. per yard. 412-inch All Wool Dress
Goods, in Plain, Stuped and Cheeked, reduced from
$1 to GUc. pir yard, at
8. F. EHLEBS & Cfl.'S, 99 FORT ST.
t?r DiessmaUbin uniler the management of MISS CLARK, "da
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Nmv C'u-MMiNb' Block, Mjjuciia.nt tixiiKirr.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
RenU Collected and llotibos Rented.
.:?"" Any busiuoiH entrusted to 1110 will icccivu iirompt attention, mtfS
Desirable liesillcice Silos!
rojt SAiiis i
I HAVE Jmiiii Mue Riisideiirc hitCM,
1 i-llllab'd Oil i likoi nlllM-l, (o elll).
The Lot liavo a lioiiUiue of lit li ct on
I'llhul kllCDl Ulld llll' 200 li'l'l (l I p, HIV
iih'i iy luld out In liult mid luuii' lu-ce
and a ic all covcicd vulh gruwi, mitci
luld uu thiuuuhout. Tlio )uuii ii.n tit
tlui LoU unirtlic liiiiilt'd uiiiiiht'i uiaiie
ll ucuvo.uiy Uiul liiUiuilliut laiicliiiM'ic
iiluld uiuliu null) MppllcKilmi to (!
Wt4wJnwJ, fioui ttUuui uil iurlhuiiu
UJ ha AM. JA.M. F. AlQRgTJT
TO JICT :
CO'I'J'AIjK un hiiiuia Haul, lutoly ou-i-iipli
d by llr. Met 'hi ihy. Hum $ku
pi' iiioulli and u.iiui lulu,
"Tl n,, on Kliiif uluyl, KuwmIo,
1uim owmplwl by ill1. OJwwit'u
UiuLUu. Kwiit it W ii!UiUi uiul
1 rtisfeid g
4th JULY !
Received per S. S, "Aubtralia," and
0 J. 9 JLJ J
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
A ficsh and good assortment
of Fire Crackeis, Large and Small
Torpedoes, Coloied Fiio and Whistle
Bombs, Snake Nests, Roman Candles,
Sky Rockets, Blue Lights, Flower
Pots, Bengolas, Coloied 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, Variegated Fountains,
Meteoric Batteries, Fire Ballone, Toy
American Silk, Bunting & Muslin
ASSOHTKI) CASE 00, $10.
I So? I I
12 Pkgs. Miignesiuni Illuminations.
12 Bengolas, 3 inch,
12 Pieces Punk.
AKROKTKI) CASK A, $15,
12 Colored Fire Bombs, Large.
3 Revolving Tulips.
0 Whibtlo Bombs.
2-1 Roman Candles, -1 Star.
12 " " G "
12 Large Blue Lights.
12 Serpents, 5 inch.
G Bengolas, fi inch.
:Jlb. Red and Green Fire.
12 Largo Pin Wheels.
G Triangle Wheels, 1 oz.
1 Star Mine, No. 5.
12 Pieces Punk.
ABKOKTKJI CASK NO. 1, $20.
Roman Candles, 1 Suir.
i i( 2 "
(i u ;j ii
ii ii , ii
ii ii (j ii
Sky Rockets, 1 o
' " 3 oz.
" " J oz.
Colored Bengal Lights.
iBHOKTEI) CASK It, $25,
(i Roman Candles, (i Star.
12 " " 8 "
G Star .Ids.
G Sky Rockuts, lb.
21 Blue Lights.
G Flower Pots.
lb. Red and Gicon Fiie,
G Whihtliug Bombs.
2i Pin Wheels.
3 Colored Star Mines No. 3,
I ii ii ii ii 5
12 " Firo Bombs.
12 Piece b Punk.
gJ0 Extra Colored Roman Can
dies', II lo 12 Ktais.
tJST Extra Colored Sky Rockets,
1 to l.Jb,
MM" Island orders iiromntly at
tended lo. These goods are new and
ficbh of the best quality and will lm
old at the mmyiw t'Abii I'liiuiw at the
I .. t New ami Second liauil Fur- I
nltuie iloiiku, Cuiuer Nuuaiiii and '
Iviny ktieeU, i
U. V. JJCDERER,
410 J7U2U JJt rropriutor. I
21 Colored Roman Candles, 1
O.J " tt 9
12 " " " .1
12 " " " 0
12 Sky Rockets, 1 oz.
12 " " 2 ox.
12 " " 3 o.
Friday, June 21, 1892.
Assembly reconvened nt 1:30 p.
m. and on coming to order Hep. Ash
ford piopounded the following ques
tions to the Minister of tiie Interior:
1. Was the sea-wall at Waikild and
wooden bridge in the road wiiliin,
constructed by contract or as part of
the duties of the Road Supervisor?
The name or names of contractors,
the character of work, and the
price or prices of contract? State
barrels of cement used, from
whom purchased, and the price or
prices? Was it furnished upon ten
der? If not, why not? State pro
portion of sand to cement used in
construction of wall? What lunas
or overseers were employed by your
Department on said work? The rate
2. Please submit a statement of
expenses thus far incurred by you in
the extension of that portion of the
Honolulu Water Woiks lying in Ma
kiki Valley and please stale separate
ly the expense of providing and lay
ing new water pipns in that valley?
Has the water supply been increased
by such expense? The pipes tap a
superior or any supply of water'1' If
not, state reasons for incurring ex
pense? State cost to constant re
servoirs sullicicnt to secure a water
head and utilize such pipes'
Rep. Akina read for the first time
bill to prohibit persons under 20
years of age from being in the streets
after 7 p. m. Also a notice of a bill
to impose stamps on receipts for pay
ments of money.
Rep. Edmonds gave notice of a
bill to authorize the Min'ster of
Interior to purchase lands and water
rights at Wailuku.
Noble Macfarlanc gave notice of a
bill to provide for the creation of the
olllce of Public Administrator.
At 1 :'lo the Assembly resolved
into Committee of the Whole, Rep.
Waipuilani in the chair, and pioceed
ed to consider the items in the Ap
propriation Bill under the head of
the Foreign Affairs Department, the
following items being acted on :
Incidentals Foreign Olllce, 3000.
Messenger, 81200 Passed.
Queen's Guard, So0,00() ; deferred.
Bands, Flags and Salutes, S50,000.
The item was changed to read
831,000 for Band and 82000 for
Flags and Salutes and was then
Soma, .discussion ensued on
point of specially indicating
monthly salary of the Bandmaster
and also that thcrBand have only one
commander and not be at the beck
and call of every Minister. To
further that end the report of the
ways and Means Committee on the
subject was referred to the Minister
of Foreign Affairs.
Minister Parker moved that ap ad
ditional item be inserted, viz.: "Ar
rangement and preservation of the
Government archives and prepara
tion of an Hawaiian bibliography,
SC0OO. Referred to the Committee
on Foreign Relations.
On motion the committee rose,
Rep. Waipuilani reported the action
taken and the report was approved.
President Walker announced the
following as the composition of the
special committee on I'eter Lee'b
petition relative to the purchase of a
road at Punaluu by the Government,
viz. : Rep. Kapahu, Nobles Ander
son, Ycung; Rep. Kamauoha and
The Assembly atl o'clock adjourn
ed for the day.
According to Nikola Teg la, the
electrician, the new discovery of
carborundum will largely increase
the possibilities of electric lighting.
Among these possibilities he men
tions electric lamps opciated without
any wires at all, an inexhaustible
store of electrical energy on tap
everywhere without need of either
generation or transmission, and a
light tit least 20 times more eillcient
than that now furnished. In speak
ing of Mr. Tesla's article, the Pitts
burg Dispatch says: There are more
tangiblo though somewhat less mag
nilicent results from the actual de
velopment in Western Pennsylvania
industries of the new material, car
borundum, the qualities of which are
enlarged upon in the same connec
tion. A material that in addition to
its value for electrical lighting has
the industrial uses set forth in the
article is a valuablo addition to our
industries. It has been an abstract
rather than practical idea in the pro
gress of science for some ages that
diamonds might be artilicially pro
duced. This discovery appears to
icalize that dream, and even sur
passes it so far as the industrial uses
of the precious stone aro concerned.
It umiks another step in tho trium
phant mai ch of scientific industry.
Captain Josiali W, Lawler, Ihe
hero of the cockleshell trips, who
crossed the ocean to Coverack,
Wales, last btimiuer in the Sea Ser
pent, a ll-fool boat, in foity-two
duyii, beating Captain William M.
Andrews, was to start on his third
voyage from Lincoln wharf, lioslon,
on Jura' fitli, In u 12-foot boat, wea
The haul ijpriug medicine, is a d(u
or two of St. Patrick's I'HU. They
nut only phyniu but uluaiuv lliu wholu
hjfcluiii uml puiify Hip lilgo.il. For
kuIu by Hunuou, fainlth ifc Co,, Agents,
SHE WILL NEVER TELL THE
Here is a piece of glass; it is cut
into fucel9 ; it is pure white aluss: it
is lit lo be one of the pendants hang- j
ing irom a ciiandi-iior in a million
aiio's drawing room ;it is about as big
as a hazelnut. How U spaiklus as I
hold it between my thumb anil linger.
Yet it is ineicly glass and scarcely
worth a shilling, oh 1 if I 4inly know
how to turn it into a diamond! a
blue or a rose diamond ! Win- there
are thousands who would give all
their health, and then tnoilgago their
snuls, to buy it of me. Then g m d-by.-
lo work and c-ue, for 1 should
be rich beyond the dreams of avarice.
Who will '.how mo the process? Alas!
nobody. Who will tell me how to
transmute tin or copper into shining
gold? Alas! nobody. A bit of coal
is carbon. A diamond is also car
bon. Where is the link between
them? We yearn to know. Thous
ands of men have burned out life's
candle in the effort to ascertain.
How vainly 1 In tho bosom of her
hills Natuic hides that secret, as she
hides the secret of man's destiny
under the mountains of ashes and
crumbling bones. On our bended
knees we beg her to hrcak one un
broken seal, to speak one unspoken
word. She. only regauls 113 willi
contemptuous, pity and remains for
Yet, is theie no other mystery,
just as deep, that comes home to
your thoughts 111 a way to frighten
you? Think a minute, man. What
builds and repairs the house you live
in, Hint' is, your body? What changes
a loaf oi blend into nerves, llesh, skin
What does thi? mean? as when a
lady says of her daughter, "She
took food but got no strength from
it." It means Unit in her case the
base products of the ground were
not turned into Ute diamond called
the human bod What does that
mean in familiar English? Simply
thatthe process of digestion is inter
rupted, a process stranger than the
transmutation of copper into gold
The lady proceeds to say that her
daughter was seventeen years of age
when she was taken ill. This is the
age of hope, brightness, vigor, and
enjoyment, and, by rights, illness
ought to be unknown to it. Still,
she lost her strength and languished
as though stricken by time. She
grew tired and weak, and could keep"
nothing on iier stomach. She would,
so her mother says, often throw up a
quantity of gteen fluid as bitter as
gall. This was bile, the lluid which
in health nature takes from the blood
and sends to the bowels to aid diges
tion there. The livvr failing to do
this work, the bile remains in the
blood, and is returned to the stomach,
which rejects it as a poison. That is
a part of it. The rest saturates the
body, producing headache, nervous
depression and dcbilitj , bad dreams,
cold hands and feet, furred tongue,
yellow eyes and skin, dizziness, bad
taste in the mouth, and Ihe gulping
up of a nauseating gas and slime,
with loss of appetite and ambition
for labor or pleasure. This state of
tilings is often called a bilious attack,
and is part of the results and symp
toms of indigestion and dj-spcpsia.
This affected life, to young or old, is
one constant misery. " It is the cop
per, the glass; not the gold or the
"This was my daughter's condi
tion," adds her mother, "for nearly
two years. She took various medi
cines, and was tieated by a physi
cian, bat, without benefit. ' She grew
daily weaker, and with her decline
our anxiety increased. We knew not
what to do, nor where to look for
"It was at Ihis worrying time that,
we first heard of the preparation
called Mother Seigel's Syrup, and
read the statements of different per
sons who said they had derived great
good troni it. Thinking, or latlier
hoping, that it might avail something
in my daughter's ease, I procured a
bottle from Mr. Rogers' Drug Stores,
Mullingiir. To our great joy she
found relief after taking the first bot
tle, and before she hud finished the
third one she was completely cured
anil has had 110 return ol the com
plaint. I have since recommended
Seigel's Syrup to many friends and
in iglibors. The facts in my daugh
ter's case are well known' to Mr.
Rogers and to others in the vicinity.
I append my initials and addiess. R,
J. M., Slancinore, near Mullingar,
Mr. Rogers ceitilles as follows:
"I remember the lady above
named informing me of the cure of
her daughter by taking Seigel's Syr
up, and can vouch for the accuracy
of the statement,
"RioiiAisD G. Rour.its,
"Miilliugur, June 1, 1891."
To recur to our illustration, we
may bay that the re-nedy employed
assisted nature lo resume Jut w'oik
of producing the most precious of all
her jewels health and happiness.
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR
WUiid I-MIkoii'm Lale-t
The iidmballoii ninl won ler o' tho P'th
ceiiliu-y. will hu on exhibition uu June
1 Will, floill U A. 11. Ill tl !. SI., at
L0DWI6SEH & CROH'S STORE,
Fiji a nlmn iluu ,my, lu M jjmv u(
1 Ijuluu fculutttlwi of Ritcoid. by Ihe 1110.1
Q lw u. TQJ-:gjCW5.
Impnrlov ami Dealer in
Steel ill Iron Hips. Stoves ii Fixtures,
ISKMftl'iTs Tj-SP'-??. : KBSSI5EJBK
KSffliffiwV'tMTiffii'ttfj jfK.S !Wupii a
?"? WV -JVmi K iSW . h A "". rK cab-'-; Inrajl, 1 JUBBUifflra, I
SvfWr ,k ' :'-? '111
Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, OKAY A3S1 S1LVEK-PLATED
LAIV1PS - AND FIXTURES.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
' im..ii IMook." Ww ,5 hi. !-? Kim- mi, (
SoISders5 k GenoiBl Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Glittery & IsaeM lerclailse,
Blake's team Pumps,
WIL'JOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
P. O. BOX JS0.
AVoNf, (Jor. Nmiauii
r If you want to save time and money
I. X. L., corner Nuiiiuiii and Kintc stieots
EST Found tho place to buy New ami boeond-hainl Furniture of all kinds at
lowe-t prices the I. X. L., coiner Xiuiauu and King slic-ets.
Iy lJeilrooui Sets Wauliobcs, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lamps,
Bugs, Itiiivaiis, Oheifouiei-s, utc, sold cheap for easli at the 1. X. L., corner Nuu
anu and Ivin . stieots.
ifcfr hte.uner and Veranda Chairs, Sofas. Bed Lounges, BabyCilbs, Clothes
Baskets, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, ileal -safe!,, Trunks, etc., gold at the lowest
cash pi-nos at Hie I. X. L., New aud Sicoud-litiml Furniture Iloiise, comer Nuu
anu and Kinjj f-tioets.
S. W. LEDERER,
- Store 0en Saturday
Tclophoncb, No. lit).
fjiias. Hust ece, Lincoln i!ooc,
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Fresh California Eoll
New Goods received by tvt ry
All oidcrs faithlully attended
and Hacked with en 10.
1 in hi w 1 iyjttfiinj,- jit. 1
Telephones, No. 175,-
ti-a .VV7 F-Va
oceries, Provisions. i?J.our & Feed.
O.tli'ornia Wl1p.1t, O.it Hay, in largo and compressed bales; Barley, Boiled
i. Oiound B.i 1 h j, California & Now Zealand O.its, Middlinga, Bum, Coin,
Clucked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
JM X4 rJl' ILIZI1IK8 :
'.Ve kcop coiibtantly in t-tock the celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr.
A. Haas of San Francisco, viz.: Bono Jleal, Wool Bunt and High Gi ado
super Phobphatcu, all of which can be bad at bedrock prices.
fj,Sf" TsUnd orders Rolicilnd and hufinfaotion cuaranteod. j&$
LEWIS & CO., Ill f of t Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
tay ojn low : -a
By each Rto.inior of tho O. S. H, Co. from California fiesb Oalafoinia Roll
Buttei, Frozen Oybtoib and Frenh Oalifornia FruilH, Kibli, Oaino, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete lino of Urobso & BliickweH'B & J. T. Motion's Canned
it Bottled Uoodb ahvayb on baud, AlbO, just received a fresh lint of acriiuin
l'ateb and Potted Meats and Bottled Pietuivcd Fruits, Lewis & Co.'b Malteso
Brand Sugar Cured ILinib and Bacon, New Bicakfiibt Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Ureaui Wheat Flake, Sicily Lemons and Oalifornia Riverside
Oranges, Oiegon Bui hank Potatoes Etc., Etc.. Eic. Katibfac'iou iniaraiiteed.
1. O. Box J15.-
E. MclMTYftE &
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER KURT AND KlNtl STRKE'J'S.
Nw (JwmIu iccoived by evui) piu-ki-l from Uattcin Htaleii and Kurupe,
l'uh OttlifiHiiitt I'toiliiuw by eory kivumvr. All oiilou fuitlifnlly iiltuialuil
to uuil Uuudji tltfllvurwl lo my iwil gf the uity (iut of uhmgg. Jwluiul yrdyrn
(solicited, Batlalauliun icuaruuteed, 1-D1
MUTUAL TEL. J0.
to ICin; S.tietw.
buy your Furniture, etc., at tho
lweuiiigH till O o'clock. -&s
O. Box 1172.
V -- . mm
Butter & Island Butter
steam- rs from San Francisco,
to and t-ntibfaction i!uai.inleeiL
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
P. O, Box 21)7.
-Telephone No. 02.