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1NSUKK IN THE
quitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
An Eminently Gonserv live and Sife Gonipaiy.
Tho consideration of Hist iiiioriniu'C in judging of lliu condition of
(ilty lltiunciat llistllliuon (and iHiitilil, ill u llle iimiiiiiicc urjmpai y, I Ik' tu:i
jorily of whoc cou't.icis .eml ci lung poind uf ciu-) is lb sui'ihnt
slrenylh. The Kqiiilablc litis, ovur tind nbovc nil liabilities, u huger am
plus tlmu any olhur assurance company.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891, - - $136,198,518.38
LIABILITIES, including tho Reserve on all existing Policies, (4
per cent. Standard) and Special Roscrvc (towatd the es
tablishment ol a 3Jb par cent, valuation) ol $1,500,000 109,905,537.82
Surplus, ... $ 26,292,980.56
This Surplus remains nfi.cr making provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation of Liubililien based on the standard prescribed by the In
surance Law of the Stale of New York, which assumes that Assets will be
invested so a to realize interest at the rale of ! per cent, per annum. In
addition to this, in a spirit of conservatism, the l)ircctors of the Society,
on the recommendation of its Finance Committee, have set aside a Special
Additional Reserve, looking lownids even a more stringent and conservative
future standard of valuation than the law now prescribes.
ALEX. J. GARTWRICHT,
General Audit for Hawaiian Islands.
CONS'IITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 183U BY U. E. WILLIAMS
Business in Honolulu ate -.till extant,
pieeent proprietor licie to stay, Having nuruli.isuu tlie etitiie interest ot
tlie late tlnn of II. J I. Williams ic Co., cumpi iin tlie largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; principally selected by 11. 11. Williams during his late three
mouth-' visit to the Coast, 1 now uifi-r this stock mid future additions for
CASH at prices much lu-s than heretofore charged.
Jttiy The undersigned in resinning n s old place and business would respect
fully tender his grateful thanks im , ,e iibei.d patronage of old friends ot this
ami neighboring JslaiiiN, and Impi--. 1 1 m m a i-uiitinuauee of their favorsa while
soliciting a share from new iniMii; ami agaij offers his services in
Moving; Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Caieful Men uiili Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
nST PIANOS FOR SALE OR RMT AT LOW FIGURES. l
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Coruer .Fort Ss Xlolel Btreets.
We Will Sell THIS YEEK at Reduced Prices
WHITE DRESS GOODS, CORSETS, KID GLOVES,
RIBBONS, FANS, ETC., ETC,
E2 picnic M3..rrt$i -sga
Shoes & Boy's Clothing; Etc., Etc.
S. EIJKL1CH & CO.,
( 'orner Fort & Hotel streets.
At Greatly Kiduc.il i'liccs.
Qh;i Jlo Portieicu at $0 a Pair, lilac 1. Ut-aded Capes for Ladies, $5 Reduced
from !H5 and -i-20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A now lino of Chalhes at iOc. per yard. '12-inch All Wool Dress
Goodb, in Plum, Stuped and Checked, reduced from
$1 in 00c. per yard, at
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
C-tT lliebHiiiiiMiig under tliu management of MUSS CLARK. tfi
c. j. McCarthy,
NkW CUJIMI.Nb' Bl.UlK, M hid II ANT SfitEKT.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
FJRE INSURANCE PLACE;. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Itciils Collected and lloiibcs Itentcd.
gJST Any hiuinuttM entrusted to mu will icccivu prompt attuulioii, jgS
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Jr liuaiwl on j iilxii ini)i. to ".
n'hti IjU Lmvu h liuiiiugi' oj ui i" 1 on
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FOR CONDUCTING THE
ami tlie business, its originator and
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lit iMuutii Hitd mt rm,
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Received per S. S. "Australia," and
I. X. L.,
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
SJF A fresh and good assortment
of Fire Crackers, Largo and Small
Torpedoes, Colored Fire and Whistle
Bombs, Snake Nests, Roman Candles,
Sky Rockets, Blue Lights, Flower
Pots, Bongolab, 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,
Sleteoric Batteries, Fire Bailout', Toy
American Silk, Bunting & Muslin
ASSOUTKU CASE (K), SflO.
21 Colored Roman Candles, 1 Star
o.j (i ii ii 2 "
21 " (f lt "
it) ii it ii ,i ii
12 lf " " G "
12 Sky Rockets, 1 o..
12 " " 2o.
12 " " II oz.
12 Pkgs. Magnesiuin Illuminations.
12 Bengnlas, It inch.
12 Pieces Punk.
ASSORTED CASE A, $15.
12 Colored Fire Bombs, Large.
Ii Revolving Tulips.
Ii Whistle Bombs.
2-1 Roman Candles, i Star.
12 " " 0 "
12 Largo Bluo Lights.
12 .Serpents, !" incli.
(i BcugohiB, r inch.
lb. Red and Giccn Fire.
12 Largo Pin Wheels.
(i Triangle Wheels, 1 o..
1 Star Mine, No. fi.
12 Pieces Punk.
ASKOUTl'.l) CASE NO, 1, $20.
110 Roman Candles, 1 Siar.
!!0 " " 2 "
0 i ii ; ii
24 " " 4 "
2-1 " " (! "
21 Sky Rockets, 1 oz.
12 " " 2 oz.
12 " " .'I oz.
12 " " -1 o.
12 Whistle Bombs.
12 Magnesium Illuminations.
12 Flower Pots.
72 Bluo Lights.
12 Colored Bengal Lights.
12 Pieces Punk.
ASSORTED CASK II, $25.
li Roman Candles, 0 Star.
12 " " 8 "
(I Star Jols,
(I Sky Roekclb, i lb.
21 Bluo Lights,
(I Flower i'ots,
lb. Red and Green Fiiu.
II Whistling Jionibs.
21 I'iii Wliecls.
(1 Triangle Wlionl.
ii Culoiod (star Alines No, !l.
1 " " " ft,
12 " Firo JJumlw,
fjKT JCxIru Culoiwi Huiiiuii Uitu
dim((l (u ISMiMiv,
gjr Mm Uuluiul Hky KiMknU,
fM Uirnui ufilura inutility hi-
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Iii'.h t4 lU U'M sunlit)' aud wiil U
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i iVIOl ATI1DW
TWENTY-SEVEN ril DAY.
Wednesday, Juno 20, 1892.
The Committee on re-assembling
continued consideration of tlie item
relative to saint y of Postmaster-General
and on which discussion had
commenced in tlie mormiifj session.
Noble J. A!. Homer favored the
reduction to SO.UIIO.
Iti-p. Ivaumimano was in favor of
the item, us in tlie Hill, S7,00.
Nnhle 'I hurMon was in favor of
SC.OUU and enlarged on the subject
by Uiinging under review tliu Appro
priation Bill as presented by the
Ministry, characterizing the docu
meant as 'a great big lie, a falsiuca
lion, or an act of imbecility." He
would ask the Minister of Finance
what the conglomeration of figures
inent and the absurd divisions made
by Sections 1 and 2. Here under
Section 2, where it was proposed to
borrow money at G percent to meet
tho amounts there grouped, would be
found some of the most undoubted
items of actual running expenses of
the Government and which should
have been placed in Section 2 to be
paid out of the actual income of tho
Government. Items in Section 2
notably subsidy to the Oceanic S. S.
Co., Education of Hawaiian Youths
Abroad, Relief of Indigent Hawaii
an, Ei.couragemcnt of Immigration,
Support of Lepers, Aid to Kapiolani
Home, Subsidy to local Steamers,
Subsidy to tlie Paradise of the Pa
ciiic, Repairs to old Custom-house,
Dredging Honolulu Harbor and liar,
Repairs and Running Expenses of
Lighthouse, Pay of Police, Support
of Prisoners, and others were regu
lar necessary items of expenditure
which should not hnvc been placed
in a Section where it was proposed
to obtain a loan to pay the amounts.
This was a lit winding up of the
farce when he would mention that
the actual figures show that the run
ning expenses of tho Government for
the coming biennial period will be
over 5280,000 more than shown by
the Minister. What does this falsi
fication of figures and facts mean? It
means bankruptcy. It shows that
this Appropriation Bill was cooked 1
The Minister of Finance's report
is only two and one-half pages of a
report, the balance of the contents
being a series of tables. It contains
no proposition, only, like the Appro
priation Bill, is intended to throw
dust in the eyes of the Assembly. It
was very necessary to retrench and he
would therefore favor the passage of
the item under discussion at 80,000.
Minister Widemann did not know
what the long harangue had to do
with the question under discussion.
The member had charged him with
placing incorrect figures in the Bill
Noble Thurston interrupting
No! not incorrect, but deceitful!
Minister Widemann (continuing)
said that he was a man of figures
more than words. lie would allege
that the state of the country, as far
as represented by the Appropriation
Bill, was correct. If the members
did not think so then lie would not
care if he and his colleagues were
voted out with tlie Bill. Would be
pleased if retrenchment be so carried
out in Section 1 as to allow of the
carrying out of some of the items in
Section 2. There were many items
in that section very desirable, but
still the country could get along with
out them. He did not doubt that
the honorable Noble from Maui was
abler with pen and mouth than he
Minister Whiting said that the
items in Section 2 were not now be
fore the Committee. The eyes of
anyone must be blinded who could
not see by reference to the Minister
of Finance's report that this matter
had been presented to the attention
of tlie Assembly. Wc can run the
Government on Section 1, and it
would have been the height of folly
to put in these items not actually
Noble Thurston Pa' of Police,
for instance, over 8'J0,000?
Minister Whiting -No, that is not
Noble Thurston Have you not all
the salary required under Section 1 ?
Minister Whiting No, if certain
things happen, lf other certain
things happen, then, yes.
Noble Thurston It seems to me
as though you have n call for about
$50,000 more than ever before?
Minister Whiting Noj oh, no!
Noble Thurston Well, I will leave
that to anyone who will look at tho
Rep. Ashford favored the reduc
tion. The revenue would he far less
than even that estimated. Assessors-m-Chief
wore lutely in confab with
business men for the purpose of re
ceiving very broad hints to lessen the
taxes ior the coming year. The
Postmaster-General was no more re
sponsible an official than the clerk of
the Supremo Court.
Hep. White ioso at !i:20 o'clock
and continued talking until 13:57, his
line of discourse, as probcntud by
the Intcrpicltr, canning
Nolilo Young to wiWir piotmt
against any iiiiiinbiir talking ovur
nilT'iiii hour without Maying u kiuglu
word uu tliu kiihjuut Imiioiu lint Com.
Tliu ulmlininii, Hup, KaiiiHiioliw,
vnry iiHiuli (!ikgiiiu4li uiiiumhI tliu In
lur prul ur U put u uiulluii "Umt Um
UjwhiIUw mu hiuI uttui Ut tli
1 1 Milt UlHl LllUV bill) uwwjilwl nil
ili H'UMIMMJti IU UuJUtf IMJUliug."
I mmm m
mm ! Muii waking tttu u m
On I lie question bring put, on the
item, the wnso of time was plainly
apparent, only two hands being laiv
cd in support of $7000. The sum of
SGfiUO was also put and lost; and
SU000 was cariicd by u large uiajoii
l.V. The Committee now, on motion,
rose and Chairman ICaninuolia re
ported that they had used up over
three hours in pasting tliu item under
dlM'iission. Report approved.
Nnble Neumann, under suspension
of i he rules, read (for Noble Corn
well) a notice of bill ic'alive to the
taking of water from certain Govern
ment hind at K.itnuole, Maul.
MinUtcr Wideiiiniin presented a
list of pi-rons claiming to li.iw twice
paid tuxes. Kefcried to the Finance
lu-p. Ashfnrd gave notice of n lull
relating to the udvet Using of probate
notices and other judicial matters.
Noble Maufarlane gave notice of a
bill to increase the taxes on real and
At -1 :08 tlie Assembly adjourned.
Mr. il. P. Blaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped ono of tliu severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that statu during a
recent blizzard, says the Saturday
lleview. Mr. Blaize had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get wnrm, and in
side of an hour after his return he
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 nest
day was able to come to Des Moines.
Mr. Blaize regards his cine as simply
wonderful. Filly cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Picture Frames made to
order from latest styles of
mouldings. Henovation of
old pictures a specialty at
Kane Bros.. Hotel Htrppt.
H. j?. WICfiMAN
Is showing a beautiful lino of
In the pierced work now so popu
lar aiul at prices which you will
For Such High Grade Goods.
H. P. WICHMAN
For Portland, 0., & Victoria, B. G.
TheS. S. PALM AS"
Of the above Line will he due at
JOIN 10 iznth.
And will have immediate dispatch for
er For Freight or Passage apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES &. CO.,
HI m Agents.
Japanese Pug Dogs
Qy- Apply ot once to
jw W. SLUCE.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER fS & BUILDER.
.robbing piomptly attended to.
B4 Bcrotanla SI. "X&UtQe Boll Tele. 200.
"VTOTK'U U hi'ioby uiveu that I will
J-i not ho rcbpoiiniblu for any bllln
contracted for Hie .Steamer "Akamai"
without my wiltieii order.
lOll.N F. IIOWLKR.
Owner StuJiuer "Akaiiiul."
Honolulu, .Iiiiio Hi, iriU'j, 1 18 2w
MO rich U liemhy jjlvmi llrni tliu
J iiniluil,'iiiul will nut he itwpou.l.
bin for any debt Inclined wlilimu hln
A II. V A I IK! I"
Honolulu,. lining, WU, I Ml aw
r M.MliKIt fiiujfli lo uiukx AUUu t'uid
Uf rllMfclMMl Ul' l llHIlMIUi Ml AU
wiuu u 'oid, Aiinjr m
HA If IUH4I).
I UlluU'gwl (dill Ull Klujr Urn,
j ul tliuli' iuLuu liMl uaii MUU
Importer ami Dealer in
Steel and Iron Ranges. Stoves anil Fixtures.
5giiS--v-. wii- -
AGATE WARE IN
WIUTJG, GRAY AS!)
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes,
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Builders' & Geneiel Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General lerclianflise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
O. BOX 480.: 6S3 S3L
AVenC Cor. .Tiiiuiini Sz, Kiug StreetH.
n&f If you want to pave time and money buy your Furniture, etc., at tho
I. X. L., corner Nuuanu and Khi stieet-.
COT Found the place to buy New ami Second-hand Fiiniituie of all kinds at
lowest prices, the I. X. L., coiner Xuiiiiiiu and King .streets.
vaf Bedroom Sets, Wai ih obes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lamps,
Rugs, Bureaus Olieffonicrs, etc., bold cheap for cash at tlie I. X. L., coiner Xuu
atui and King htiects.
Hair hteamer and Veranda Clialrs, Sofas, Bed Lounge, Baby Cribs, Clothes
Baskets, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at tho lowest
cash prices at the I. X. L., Xcw and Second-hand Furniture IIoue, comer Nuu
anu aud King streets.
S. W. LEDERER, : : PROPRIETOR.
e Store Open Saturday Evenings till 9 o'clock, -ra
Telephones, No. Ill),
wr s a . mb niF&R n
mm mmm, mnnnliri
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 rs from San Francisco.
G? All oulerb mithlully attended to and BUtitjfacliou gutuuiilccd. Ibhuid
ordert solicited and tiaeked with care.
Tele phones, No. 175.-
O.diforniii Wheat, O.it Hay, in largo and compretsed bales; Barley, Rolled
t Uiound B.iilcj , California &. New Zealand Oats, Middlings, Brun, Coin,
Ci.icked Corn, Whe.it, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Alto,
Drift;. d Snow and Victor Flour!
: IT Jlti lt 'X1 1 J I X Jfl Xt H :
We keep constantly in ttook the celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr.
A. Huns of Sun Francisco, viz.: Bdihj Meal, Wool Dust and High Giudo
Super l'hosphutes, all of which can be had at hediock prices.
0P Inland ordor foliniW'd iiid hh tinfuclifm guaranteed, Jffli
LEWIS & CO..
HONOLULU, II. L
Importers, Wholesale & Retail
iw rs; tr.
By eauli steamer of the O. K. h. Co. friuu Ciilifnriiia frexh Calaforniii Boll
Butler, I''ro.(Jii Oysters und Fresh Ciilifnriiia Fiiulh, Kish, Uiinie, Vegetables,
etc., uto. A eoinpluto liuu of Oionto it Black well's & J. T. Morton'fc Oitniied
it Bottled Ootid always on hand. Also, just icceived a frohh line of (iuiinan
II..I.,., .....I K.I...I M...., I II. ...I... I II ......,1 I.', I ,.,.,1,. I. II. I. f..li
a iv.un nun uiiL-ii .iiriim nun iiuiiu'ii iivnuituii i iiuin, i.un in in. vju, s i.iauunu
Ijiniid Sugur Clued Hams aud Bacon, New BieakfiiKt Cereals, Crimin Oat
Flakes and Oieaiu Wheat Flakes, Huily Leiuoiis aud California Bivursiilo
Oiuuges, Oicgoii Biiiliaiik J'otaloi , Etc , Etc.. Km. Kutihfia'MMii guuruiiUiud.
I'. O. Ilox J ifi.
IMl'Dlfll.lts AND DICALKHM IN
G-roceriGB, Provisions and Feed,
ICAHT lUIINWt aj(T AND HUM U'riilCICl'N.
Mill lilMiti III, 1 1 ml lit uki'i. i..iiLl Ir.iiii blu.lirii tilMli . und Kuiuui.
Ftmit UftUMuiM I'L.dnw lo i ni)
& Kitchen Utensils,
m& A : MUTUAL TRI, n
P. O. Box 372.
'9 -UIUVHI iBWDy
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
2 L C39
V. O. Box 217.
Ill Foit Street,
Dealers in Groceries & Provisions
I'lli plioiic No. U2.
cINTYRE & BRO.,
uim r All oitUrt iitiUiiullv -"