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FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT
JOHN A. McOALL, President.
su.AjR'sr of report:
BUSINESS OK 185)2.
Premium Im-omo $'20,0-10,1 13.08
Intorost, Hunts, clc o,SO(i,'l7(i.OO
Total Income, - - $30,936,590,83
Death Olnims 7,8m,fi8n.2l)
Endowments and Annuities 'J,'lS'l,'l;V2.'2l)
Dividends, Purchased insurances, etc o,0lo,'.H)0.75
Total to Policj-holdei-s, - $13,995,012.33
Number of New Policies Issued 0(5,259
'Vmount of New Insurance Written 17!3,005,070.00
CONDITION JAN. 1, 18!)8.
Assets, - - - $137,499,198.99
Liabilities, 4 Percent Standard .tl'20,09-1,'250.80
Number of Policies in Force 224,008
Amount of Insurance in Force $(5S0,24S,029.00
PROGRESS IN 1 85)2.
Increase in "Benefits to Policy-holders $ !,! 2.3,52 1.4 5
Increase in Assets 1 1,551,008.18
Increase in Surplus 1,1)015,924.79
Incrcase in Insurance Written 20,040,088.00
Increase in Insurance in Force (II), 105,451.00
O. O. BERGER,
General Aijent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
THEO. H. DA
HAVE JUST Ol'EXED OUT
LARGE ASSORTMENT OK
General Crockery and Glassware !
Frexicts. Center Rugs,
Fren-Oli. Sofa Rugs,
Frenola Door Rugs,
French Stair Carpets In Latest Designs, French Iron Beds, Double and Single; Baby Cots
Sets of Telescopic Card and Fancy Tea Tables !
Basket Trunks, Steamer Trunks, Wooden Trunks.
TO CLEAR OUT COXSIGXMEXT
American & English
OH AS. II
IMPORTER AXI) DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll
New Goods Received by Every
All Orders faithfully attended tu.
solicited in id packed with caru.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
ROTH TELEPHONES 210
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Gala. Steamer
JCR HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Island Orders Solicited.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
JMl'OUTKHB AND DEALKHS IX
Groceries, Provisions elxicL Feed,
Now Goods Received hy Jivery I'uukot from the. Eastern Status and KiiroHi.
I-'JIBSJI OALIKORNIA PRODUCE HY EVERY STEA.MIJU.
AH Orders faithfully attended to "'! ihmh iJullvornl to any jmrt of Ilia Oily free.
Iftjuit.l Order bollollod, fiulfhfacjlijtl jjWJiUii'yl.
East Oovnov JPort Se icing Stroots,
VIES & CO.
A CHOICE DISPLAY OF
Etc. Etc. Etc.
U ST ACE
Butter and Island Butter
Steamer from San Francisco.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
- Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 372.
-I. (). JlOX 217
-p. o. ltox tin.
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. P. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Our Optical Department still
goes along in the even tenor of its
way despite all opposition. Every
day wc fit somebody either with a
pair of ICycglasscs for 25c, and
once in a while wc yet as high as
$L.00. He can't 'go higher be
cause that is the best pair of crys
tals yon ran buy and wliy pay
moref The reason is that we do
not 'need any special two weeks'
stud) of the question because our
instrument, the JCVUMICTEH, is
so simple (hat its (est is absolute.
Doesn't matter if your eyes arc
myopic, astigmatic or any other
attic, that instrument gets there
Toilet Soups, Hair A: Cloth Rntslios,
ITOipiei MM", I.IIW11 10I11IIS supplies.
Guitars from $1 i, Riinjos, Violins,
On tlie Instalment l'lan, also Por Kent
A largo supply of Popular Novels,
A welt assorted stoek of Itonml Hooks,
to suit all ages at publishers' rates.
Children's Books from 5c. up,
Sots Hawaiian Stamps $1.75 & $4.00.
Sheet Music Ordered by Every Steamer.
Arc you looking for a Safe
and Profitable Investment at a
Small Annual Cost?
Then examine the New and
Novel Forms of Life Insurance
now olfered by
BRUCE & A. J, CARTWRIGHT
Managers Tor Hawaiian Islands
OK T.IE UX1TEI) STATES.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
2-Story Rriek Ruildiug
wim rieasant lirounus.
formerly tliu residence of the lato II. .1.
Hart, situate on Xiiuanu Avenue below
School street. Turin- easy. 02.'J-tf
XOTE Heforn seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan
our column, and to at once consult the
undersigned at their olllee.
lOf Wo keep I'rnporty in Krst-class
Condition. Our term- am moderate and
as landlords we will always lie found rea
sonuhlo in our dealings.
KW Apply in each ease to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cart wright Ruildiug," Merchant struct.
New European I
100 Elegantly Furnished Rooms
ONLY TWO IIMK-KH ntoM
Main Entrance to the Fair!
.')10-:il8 05tl Terrace, Chicago.
Rates: Si per Day &. Upward. 1st Glass Cafe,
TECH! NEW YAOHT
With Dinghy, has Oak I'Vaino and Spruce
Plunking, Copper riveted throughout.
Sails fast and is u strong comfortable seit
boat. Can he inspected at tho llcaluui
ltout House. Apply to
CHAItl.ES 1). WAUvKK,
llox !), or II. K
DK. M. GOTO,
Physician and Surgeon
Can he consulted at his resilience at Keo
lieula, on the maiika side of King and Ewa
side of l.lllha street, 'hiii-o formerly occu
pied by Mr, Geo. I.. Desha,
Will Vaccinato from Puro
cino Matter 1
gtf om i. llot'iis:
and from 2 to 5 r. m.
From H to 10 a, m.
77m Dully Jlullctln U delivered by
curfieri fur CO cml per mohi.
LOWERING THE FLAG.
Opinion that Sir. Blount Did What
Mr. Stovons Should Havo Bono.
San Francisco Examiner, April 23.
A morning contemporary expresses
llio opinion that "much of tho point
of tho criticism which has beon
directed against Presidont Clovoland
will bo taken ofC" if it can be made
to appear that Minister Stovons has
conformed his Hawaiian policy to
that of Commissioner Blount. In
this our contemporary misappre
hends the situation. Minister Ste
vens is a person of no importance
whatovor, and it makes no difference
to anybody or anything but his own
peace of mind whether ho approvos
of Mr. Blount's course or not. Mr.
Stovons received from tho Adminis
tration that appointed him as humi
liating a rebiilf as any diplomat with
tho slightest solf-rospect ovor en
dured without instantly resigning.
Moreover, all tho reasons which ho
had originally assigned for his as
sumption of a protectorate had
ceased to oxist when tho now Com
missioner arrived. Both in obedionco
to tho instructions of President Har
rison's Secretary of Stato and be
cause tho ends alleged as tho oxcuso
for his unauthorized action had been
fully attained, Mr. Stevens should
havo taken tho Hag from tho posi
tion it improperly occupied without
waiting for Mr. Blount to do it.
Tho correspondence sent to tho
Sonato by Mr. Harrison on February
15th furnishes all tho justification
needed for all that tho prosont Ad
ministration has done with regard
to tho Stevens protectorate. Mr.
Stevens raised tho American flag in
Honolulu on February 1st. This
action he officially stated to bo based
on the following communication
from the Provisional Government of
Silt: Believing thai tec are itnnhle to
satisfnetnrihi protect life miff property and
lo prevent eiril disorders in Jlonolnlu ami
thruayhoiit the Hawaiian Month, wo herehy,
In obedience to the instructions of the
Advisory Council, pray that you will raiso
tho Hag of tho United States for tho pro
tection of tho Hawaiian Islands for the
time tieimj, and to that end wo hereby eou-
ter upon me Government oi tno united
State.", through you, freedom of occupation
of the public buildings of this Government,
and of tho .-oil of this country, so far as
may he neces-ary for the exorcise of such
protection, hut not interfering with the
administration of public atl'aira by this
In his letter to Secretary Foster,
Mr. Stevens contributed tho follow
ing additional reasons for his action:
The Provisional Government must have
time to organize a now police and to disci
pline n small military force. When the
monarchy died by its own hand there was
no militarv forco in tho islands hut tho
royal guard of about sovonty-livo natives,
not in elleetivo forco eipial to twenty
American soldiers. These wore promptly
discharged by tho Provisional Government,
except sixteen left as the guard of tho
fallen (jiioon at her liouso. Com
panies aro now being organized and drilled.
They must have a few weeks for drill.
Another important reason for our
action is the possibility of the arrival here
of a Rritish war vessel", and that the Eng
lish Minister here, thus aided, might try
to press unduly tho Provisional Govern
ment. With tho islands under our protec
tion wo think tho English Minister will
not iittempi. ro ins it that bi Government
litis a right to interfere while our Hag is
over the Government building.
Mr. Stevens added tho remark:
"Wo shall continue to maintain our
present position with great caution
and firmness until wo hear from tho
President through tho Seerotary of
Well, ho heard from tho President
through tho Secretary of Stato, and
this is what ho heard. Seerotary
Foster, immediately upon the re
ceipt of tho intelligence of his action,
sent him a long despatch, contain
ing the lollowintr observations:
Tho phraseology of your proclamation
in announcing your action in assumption
of protection of tho Hawaiian Islands in
llio name of tho United States would ap
pear to bo tantamount to the assumption
of a protectorate over those islands in be
half of the United States with all tho rights
and obligations which tho term implies.
To this extent it goes bovond tho necessi
ties of llio situation and the instructions
heretofore given you. So far as
your action amounts to according, at the
request of tho tie fuetti sovereign govern
ment of the Hawaiian Islands, the co
operation of the moral and material forces
of tho United State- for the protection of life
awl pioperlji from apprehended ilimnlcrs,
your action is commended. Hut so far us
it may appear to overstep that limit by
setting the authority and power of the
United States above that of tho Govern
ment of tho Hawaiian Islands, in tho capa
city of protector, or to impair in anyway
,tho independent sovereignty of tho Hawai
ian Government In mhUtutinq the jliuj and
jimrer of the United Stiitctt in the tymbul and
manifestation nf paramount authority, it is
Immediately upon tho recoint of
these instructions it became tho duty
of Mr. Stevens to remove tho flag of
tho United States from tho Govern
ment building at Honolulu whoro
ho had hoisted it as tho "symbol and
manifestation of paramount author
ity," and to confino tho work of tho
American forces exclusively to the
protection of life and property,
which was tho only purpose for
which ho was authorized to uso
them. Instead, ho proforrod to dis
obey his orders until President Har
rison went out of office, hoping, ap
parently, to havo hotter luck with
When Mr. Blount reached Hono
lulu ho not only found that Mr. Ste
vens had ignored tho instructions of
ex-Secretary Foster, but ho also
louiul that tho stale oi things upon
which Mr. Stovons had originally
based his assumption of a protector
ale had disappeared. Life and pro
perty were not in danger. Tho Pro
visional Government informed Mr.
Hlount that it was able to maintain
order. A military forco had boon en
listed and drilled. Tho "few weeks"
that Mr. Stovons had said would
bo needed for this purposo had been
extended to two full months. Tho
British Government had explicitly
disavowed any intention of interfer
ing. In view of tlio.so facts there
was only one thing for Mr. Blount
to do, and he did it,
Of Courso You Road
Tim testimonials frequently pub
lished in this paper relating to
llood'h .Sarsaparilla. Thoy are from
reliable people, state simple facts,
and show beyond a doubt that
llood'8 (JtiroH. Why don't yon try
this medicine? lie suru to gut
Tho Wator-Onusation of Oholora.
Dr. Ernest Hart, m the Now Hevicw.l
1 havo closoly watched all tho
m Jitiropo since
boon very Humor
18GG, which havo
ous, and I can assort, with proofs in
hand, that whorovor tho epidemic
has occurred on a largo scalo, and
in n place whoro it can bo adequate
ly studied such as tho great opi
domic of Naples, and the great opi
deinies of Genoa, Marseilles, Toulon,
and Spain I havo never failed to
ascertain that tho distribution of
specifically poisoned wnlor was tho
ono causo ol every epidemic. More
over, with tho cessation of the causo,
tho epidemic ceases. I do not pro
poso to go into details, which shall
subsequently summarise in a book 1
have reluctantly undertaken. For
those thoro will bo hero no space, in
asmuch as tho facts and figures are
as voluminous and massivo as they
aro convincing. Uut to quoto in
summary only an oxamplo or two, at
Naples, shortly boforo cholera broko
out, a correspondent of tho Timos
wrote homo in a little paragraph
which appoared at the bottom of
the column, saying that all wore
fooling vory uncomfortable at tho
approach of cholera, and everybody
was beginning to be alarmed; not
without causo, for beautiful Naples,
as ovoryono who has beon thoro
kiiows; is built on a porous tufa, sod
don with tho filth of crowded and
successive generations. Its soil is
riddled with cesspools and surface
wells,. and from tho latter tho chief
water supply of tho town was ob
tained. This correspondent said:
"Evoryono is pouring carbolic acid
into tho cesspools; and, straugoly
and disagreoably onough, all our
drinking water is lasting of carbolic
acid!" Cholera came like a dostroj--ing
angel and loft Naples a city of
mourning. Tho scones of horror, of
fright, and of savage barbarity in
duced by fright, will never bo for
gotton. Tho visit of tho King of
Italy and tho dignitaries of tho
Church, the street processions of
monks and images, tho attacks upon
tho doctors and nurses, who were as
sassinated as cholera spreaders in
virtue of thoir free uso of disinfec
tants, aro historical; they form a
picture which it is difficult to realize
as belonging to our tunes, and to a
civilized country of Europe. Thoir
horrors havo, howovor, been repro
duced and surpassed in Russia in
1892. Naplos has now at an enor
mous cost secured a puro water sup
ply for tho greater part of tho city
by bringing into uso again tho olu
sources, and partly, I believe, tho
grand old aqueducts constructed by
tho Romans. Later, cholera showed
itself on tho Italian and Fronch
frontiers. Cordons of polico and
soldiers at Vontimiglia vainly sought
to keep off tho cholera from the
neighboring cities by bayonet and
baton. Presently wo had the news
of a sovoro outburst of eholora in
Gonoa. A resident physician, an
old friend of mine, whoso acquain
tance I had made when 1 organ
ized and despatched, with his aid
and that of Dr. Wolfo, a con
voy of medical succor to the
army of Garibaldi on his famous
expedition from Sicily, telegraphed
to mo from Genoa: "Your water
theory of cholera at fault. Gonoa
has a lino supply of puro water from
a high mountain source. Cholera
has broken out in districts so sup
plied, and wo have already one hun
dred cases a da'. What is to bo done?"
I replied by telegraph, "Cannot be
at fault; must bo water; cannot bo
anything else. Examine over' foot
of your watorpipos, and traeo to tho
supply-pines' source." Soon I re
ceived tho comforting intelligence
that in tracing tho water supply lo
its mountain source, a group of
Italians had been discovered, re
fugees from tho frontier in spite of
tho futilo quarantine and cordons
cholera-stricken, camping on ono of
tho open channels through which
tho water flowed into tho pipes, and
soiling tho water bj' washing thoir
linou in it and otherwise contaminat
ing it with specific poison a small
replica of India, Mecca, and tho
Hurdwar. Immediately tho water
supply was cut off, the rofugees
wore secured, cleansed and isolated,
immediately also tho epidemic drop
pod, and vory quickly it bocamo ex
tinct. Tho history of tho great
epidemic of Marseilles was investi
gated by M. Maroy on the linos laid
down by Snow, Farr, Simon, and
nvysolf, and his report to tho French
Academy tells a similar story. It
mav be noted as a special instance
of tho practical worthlessnoss of the
academically interesting meteorolo
gical observations and storm observ
ations in relation to cholera (unless
wo uso tho study of tho water sup
ply to unlock the mystery), that vio-
lout storms, which aro oiton sup-
posed to have a beneficial inllneuco
in clearing the air, washing out tho
sowers, and so forth, produced hero
a distiuct aggravation of the epide
mic, b' washing tho pollution out of
tho ground into tho rivers, and
swolliug in other ways the bulk of
poison convoyed into the streams
from which tho people wore drink
The Hamburg opidomio afTords a
fresh illustration of tho water-causation
of cholera epidemics. Tho Elbe,
and tho Elbe alone, was tho causo of
that epidemic. I havo boforo mo a
series of volumes describing tho
wator arrangements of that city.
And I havo had tho whole matter of
the waterworks and tho water sup
ply investigated on tho spot. Thoy
aro iudescribably bad mid inade
quate. The Elbe itself and its tri
butaries at entrance are extensively,
continually, and filthily polluted;
its wator is distributed imperfectly
filtered, or not filtered at all, to tho
inhabitants of the city. Some of tho
works are seventy years old, and
some districts are supplied with un
tutored water. Hamburg lias suf
fered from nine epidemics of Asiatic
cholera. 11 has been a port from
which Asiatic eholora has more than
once beon imported to this country,
and to other Hurupoau ports; for il
lies half-way between tiio Hussion
ports, which aro tho usual out lists
of cholera when it travels from its
home in Asia across iftissia, or up
tho Volga, and reached tho llallic
By Jns. F. Morgan.
Mortgagoo's Notico of Foroclosuro
and of Salo.
NOTICE 18 HKKK11Y GIV15N THAT,
In pursiianen of a Power of Salo con
tained in u certain Mortgage executed l'cb
ruiiry 8th, ISiK), by George V. Mucfarlnno
ruiiry stn, i!iu. ny George w. aiiicmriano
to Olmrles It. Bishop, recorded in l.lbor ll!3
it pages 135 to 1!!7 of tho Hawaiian Kegis
trv of Deeds, it is tho intention of said
MnrtiMuca to foreoloso said tnortuauo. for
conditions broken, to wit: for tho non-pny-nicnt
of principal and Interest thereon when
due. And notico Is further given that,
noon such foreclosure, It Is tins Intention
of said Mortgagee to sell the property in
and by said mortgage convoyed (unless the
amount secured hy such mortgage shall
have been fully paid) at Public Auction, at
the Salesroom of .las. V. Morgan, in Hono
lulu, at l'J o'clock noon on SATURDAY,
the lid day of June, 1811.1.
19 Kor further particulars apply to
O. W. Ashford, Attorney for the Mortga
gee, Merchant street, Honolulu.
Dated this 1st. day of May, IS!).).
I'Ulll'KUTY TO UK 80l.ll AT TIM!
aiiovi: AiivmiTiMKii as roi.i.ows:
All of thoc tracts of land situated on
Ntiuanu, Hotel and llcthel streets, In
Honolulu, known as the llooth property,
described as follows:
1- Survey of Lots ,'2,H, 1, 5 unil II, com
mencing at an iron spike at tho north cor
ner of Lot No. 1, on Xuuanu street, "8.11
feet from ttio south comer of Xuuanu and
Hotel streets, and running:
1-S. :w !I8' E. true, 11M.8 feet along
road through this property.
'2 -H. r!l 00' YV. true, 15.11 feel along
Il X. 1 ISO' V. truo, 1.1 feet along Gov
1 X. HI)' W. true, 18 feet along ov
fi-N. 72 -It)' W. true, a I feet along Gov
(! X. (Kj 00' E. true, 1.5 feet along Hock.
7-X. :'. 10' V. true, 811 " "
8-S. 00 00' W. true, 1.5 " " "
!i-X. 8 I.V YV. true, t:).(l feet along llar
hottle. 10 X. !2I 110' V. true, H1.7 feet along
U N. 5S to' E. true, 'J7.7 feet along
Xuuanu street to initial point. Area,
8121 square feet.
2 Survey of Lots 7,8,0,10,11 and 12,
commencing at the west corner of Hotel
and ltelhol streets, and running:
I -S. i!J' 00' V. true, Od.'.l feet along
a X. :'..'. :W V. true, 111 feet along road
through tills property.
Il X. .i7 !1.V E. true, 00.0 feet along the
''Empire hot," .lames Olds, to Hotel street,
4 S. JKl3 .'18' E. truo, !:'.. t feet along
Hotel street to initial point. Area, 0155
sipinre feet. 710-151.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Forecloso and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuance of a Power of Sale con
tained in a certain Indenture of Mortgage
executed September 5th, ISiKJ, by William
O. Achi and Isabella A. Achi, his wife, of
Honolulu, to Charles It. Disliop and Sam
uel M. Damon, partners under the linn
name of llinhop it Company, of said Hono
lulu, and recorded in Liber 18!) at pages 2(10
to 270, t lie said mortgagees intend to fore
close, tho said mortgage, for condition
broken, to wit: the non-payment of the
principal and interest secured thereby
when due. And notico is hereby further
given that, upon such foreclosure (and un
less said mortgage, shall have been sooner
paid), it is the intention of said Mortgagees
to sell the property therein and thereby
described and mortgaged, at Public Auc
tion, at tho auction rooms of .lames F.
Morgan, in said Honolulu, on SATUR
DAY, the 20th day of May, 1SIW, at 12
jffl'or further particulars apply to C.
W. Ashford, Attorney for Mortgagees,
Merchant street, Honolulu.
1UB1IOP .t CO., MortBinjoes.
I'ROl'nilTV to he soi.n is as follows:
1 All that certain tract of land contain
ing .".0-I0U acres at Kalawahine, Honolulu,
aforesaid, conveyed to me by Bishop A"
Company, by deed recorded in the Hawai
ian Registry of Conveyances in Rook 112,
2 All that tract of land containing 120
acres at Koalakomo, Puna, Hawaii, con
veyed to mo by Wuilchua and wife, by
deed recorded m Rook ill!, page 281, and
being part of Hoyal Patent Grant '2$'J'J to
ICcnaauluni el al.
Is All that tract of land containing 110.71
acres at Manawai, Molokai, convoyed to
mo by lloopii Olepau, by deed recorded in
Hook 118, page loo, and being part of L. U.
A. JOuOto Hoonattfu.
1 Vllthat tract of land containing .1.20
acres at. South Kona, Hawaii, conveyed to
me by D. W. Kcalaliuna, by deed recorded
in Hook 125, page. 201, and being the land
described in Royal Patent 5513, L. C. A.
57-11 to Kaelcmakule.
5 All that tract of land eontaining27.500
square feet at Kapalama, Honolulu, afore
said, convoyed to mo by Liin Cliong, by
deed recorded in Rook , page , and
being part of Royal Patent 401, L. O. A.
8;i05 to Kanoa.
o All that tract of land 150 by 150 feet,
being hot :i2l, Hlock 0, at Pearl City, Ewa,
Oahu, convoyed to mo by Ouhii Railway .y
Land Company, by deed recorded in Rook
127, page 288.
7 One sliaroin llolualoa, 1 and 2 North
Kona, Hawaii, transferred to mo and J. K..
Xahalo by Knoiwi by deed recorded in
Rook 127, page 121.
8 All those lands conveyed to mo hy Kc
aloha Kalua, by deed recorded in Hook
J.'iO, page 100, and being u une-hulf interest
in the mud containing ISO acres described
in Royal Patent 5170, L. C. A. 740(1 to HI
Kauatoha at Kawanui 2, North Kona,
Hawaii, and all that laud containing 10
acres dosoribod in Royal Palent Grant 1507
to Ralua ut Kawuuui'l, North Kona afore
said. 0 All that tract of land containing 00-100
acre at Kalihl, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
voyed to mo hy S. Kaaiai, by deed recorded
in'ltook 87, pago 100.
II All that tractor land containg 110-100
acre at Kalilii, aforesaid, conveyed to mo
by Konio, hy deed recorded in Hook !K),
11 Lots (J and It at Kapalama, aforesaid,
being part of the laud conveyed to mo by
P. Kanoa by deed recorded in Hook 01,
page ;!.':i, anil being part of Royal Patent
101, L. O. A. s;io."i to Kanoa.
12 All of that tract of laud containing
702 fathoms at Keawauui, Molokai, con
veyed to me hy Kaui Ktiuuue, by deetl re
corded in Hook 02, pago 202, and being tho
land described in Royal Patent 7081, L. C.
A. 182;: to Kaailepo.
Kl Thut certain lot on the Ewa side of
niy now homestead at Kupalama aforesaid,
convoyed to mo by Lull t 'liong, by deed re
corded In Rook Pill, pago 12.
11 All Unit land conveyed to inn hy .1.
Mahu by deed recorded in Rook 115, pago
88, being part of Royal Patent Grant 2b!).'I.
15 All thut land containing ts-100 acre
at Kalawahine, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
veyed lo mo by llilil Kuwait, by deed re
corded in Hook 107, pago 125.
10 All tno.-o lands oonvoyeu to nm ny
('hung Wan by deed recorded In Hook 111,
page 212, being Apulia lit and UA, each
containing Ds-iikj acre, more particularly
described in Partition Heed recorded in
Hoult llo, pugo.'i!).i.
17 All tlioo lands conveyed to mo hy (J.
M, Hyde and wife, hy deed recorded hi
Rook 111), page 'Ail, buing Apaua 11 and
HA, each continuing 0-.m.i acre, inure par
ticularly dc-crlbcd in i-.ihl Partition Deed.
18 That certain lease of laud containing
I5,l0ij Mpiiiro feet at Kapuhiina afoio-ahf,
pun of lluuil Patent lid to Kuiiou, for 10
years from January I, 1 -.: ) 1 , uliidc to mo hy
l.tlil Chong i' nil reeonied in Rook 128, page
lo-Oiin buggy, ono oxprss, one buy
huie, four carls, four huriiosi-cn, and four
hori.es used in my eariago business; one
half iiitcrcsi in S. K. Kaui v. Company, all
ollice furniture in my ollice So. !l0, Mer
chant street, Honolulu, iifnrcMild, also 110
idiiuc of stock In the Reciprocity Sugar
Company, ".0 shares hi Hie hoiia Collcc A
i' run i oiiipauy, i suiiies in ine r.wii iiiiu
tut Ion Conipanj. TUi-151
Kite Job Printing ttf the Uulldiii ()J)icv,
Wffl. G. IRWIN & CO.
OFKEK FOR SALE
AMIS. CHOS8 A konb'
Celebrated High Grado Cano Manures.
Wo aro also prepared to take ordors for
MessrB, 3ST. OlileLndt 3c Oo.'b
Insuring prompt delivery.
D9 This Is a superior Paint Oil, con
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drier it gives a splendid lloor
Fairbauk Canning Co.'s Corned Beef
PAIlAFFINi: TAINT CO.'S
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboos' Diamond, Enamol & Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Vans.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Wi.6. Irwin & Co.
Win. G. Irwin,
W. M. canard,
Theo. O. Porter
President and Manager
- - - - Vice-President
Secretary and Treasurer
AOENTS of Tnr.
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN ERANOISCO, GAL.
G. BREWER & CO.
J. O. Ourter President and Manager
(I. H. Robertson Treasurer
E. V. llishoi Secretary
W. V. Allen Auditor
Hon. O. R.llishop )
S. 0. Allen Direelors
it, Wiiterhonso I
1mi'oiiti:ii ami 1)i:ai.i:h in
Gent's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Slioes
Huh removed to Niiuaiiii street. "Koster'u
Hlock," between Merchant and
For Loonl Xt'WK