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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KUOM AND AKTKlt JUNK 1. 18113.
Ti) Kwa Mux.
lrfjitVH lloiioluhi .,
Leave Pcail Olty ..
Arrive Evt Mill. .
Leave Ewa Mill..
l,eavo Pearl Oity.
0. Sundays excepted.
I). Saturdays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1893.
Wkdnebiuy, Oct. 25.
Schr Kunailnni from Koolau
Thursday, Oct. 20.
Bttnr J A Cummins from Koolau
Schr Ku Mol from Hamakuu
Tiiansiiw, Oi't. 20.
Stmr U U Bishop for Waiimne
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bktne 8 N Castle, Hubbard, for Sun
Fiom Kauai, per stmr Pele, Oct 2." -Mrs
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Bchr Kawailanl 700 bags rice.
Schr Ka Mol-150 bags sugar and 1 sheep.
Btlur J A Uumnfins 100 bogs rice, 60 bugs
bran, 35 hides and 60 pkgs sundries.
The schooner Kawuilnul. bus 700 hags of
lice emptied on board the barkentinc b. X.
Castle this morning.
The Ameiican barkentinu 8. X. Castle is
expected to leave to-morrow for San Fran
cisco with a load ot rice.
Engineer Farnsworth of the tug Elen
was putting in a small whistle alongside of
a large one on board that craft this morn
ing. A native fisherman displayed cons'der-
able skill in harpooning a number of small
januini; xesieruay. no
tish at the bout
had a number of
The German bark J. C. l'llugor has been
moved from the P. M. 8. S. wharf and is
now lying near the Fiibmarket. The iron
castings for her starboard bulwarks will be
made at the Honolulu Iron Works.
The schooner Ka Moi arrived from Hu
makua this morning with 3150 bugs of
sugar. Captaiiu Sam Jlana reports that
while lying at anchor at Hamakua last
Saturday stormy weather arose about 7
o'clock in the morning and continued w ith
increasing fnry for two days, high seas ac
companying the storm. The loading of
sugar conbcmiently was discontinued, and
was resumed on last Monday when the
storm somewhat subsided, The passage
down was calm and uneventful. She moored
alongside the bark Andrew Welch on ar
rival, on board of which her load of sugur
will bo emptied.
BOTH ORDERLY AND HAPPY.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
tTho W. O. T. U. will moot at tho
Y. M. C. A. hall to-morrow after
noon at 8 o'clock.
Tho Honolulu and Puliation foot
ball teams had practice on tho lat
tor'8 grounds yostorday afternoon.
Tho baseball toam of tho U. S.
Flagship Philadelphia wont out for
a practico at Makiki this afternoon.
Sovon summons for violation of
liconso laws havo beon issued and
Oct. 81 is sot for hearing in tho Dis
Miss Bortha LudlofI was repri
manded by District Magistrate Kob
ortson this morning for disobeying
Tho S. S. Mariposa has probably
boon delayed waitiug for mails, and
will probably not arrive now before
A German woman from Kauai
had a valise containing $20 stolon
from hor room some time last night.
Sho suspects a Chinaman of the
Consul-Gonoral Mills has greatly
improved from tho offocts of tho ac
cident to his log while boarding a
cable car on Iub way to Sau Fran
cisco and is now able to walk with
Knluhiltai, tho Government diver,
recovored the broken rudder and
rudder post of tho steatnor Miowera
yostorday. They wero found lying
about ono hundred yards off tho
starboard bow of the stranded
steamer. Their position showed
how far the vessel Lad Bwung sinco
Isaac Cockott, who was arrested
with Ed. Devauchelle for sumggling
opium, has not beon discharged,
but is on trial in the District Court
to-day. Cockott was found guilty
this afternoon and sonteuced to six
mouths' imprisonment at hard labor
and pay a fine of $500. Coc'kett has
appealed tho case.
A native working on Brewer's
wharf this morning was struck on
tho back by a bale of hay lowered
on a sling from the bark R. P.
Itithet. Tho effect of tho blow
stunned tho man without doing him
any other injury, and ou recovering
ho started up town to get some
John Hapa, the cowboy, was ar
rested to-day, for threatening to
commit an offense on a brother cow
boy named Abraham Kekai at AIo
aualua yesterday. Hapa, it is alleged,
threatened to kill Kekai, and the
latter was about to toll hi in to start
right in, wheu he was told that
Hapa had a revolver in his pocket.
At last week's meetitu; of the
Councils- tho matter of bare conduc
tors being erected by the Hawaiian
Electric Company was referred to
tho Minister of the Interior. This
afteruoou the Board of Underwriters
is holding a mooting at tho Cham
ber of Commerce rooms on the same
subject. At the meeting of I he
Mutual Telephouo Co. lately, Mr.
Hall said the voltage to be employ
ed was so low that there would be
no danger from tho wires although
COWBOY CAPTAIN ON PARADE.
all, n& a inomont lator another shot
was fired by tho eamo soutry. Tho
baud was playing all the time. After
the second shot, Lieut. Col. Fisher
rushed up and shouted to tho boh-
try: "You d fool, what tho
h aro you trying to do7"
It was a lucky thing that none of
tho shots took offoct. If they had
thero might havo boon aevoral dead
P. G. soldiers this morning, uovor to
riso and lay down thoir lives again
for tho causo, as it was at closo
raugo. Sovoral volunteers judged
by tho Hash that the bullets went
toward Washington Place. Tho P.
G. guards aro indignant over the
foolish and unwarranted display of
tho bravery of tho guard. "Tho
fool saw us cotno out of tho bar
racks, and might havo known bet
ter! " "It's tho same old story, how
ever, of trusting mon with weapons
they don't know the first thing
about." Such wero somo of the re
marks on tho shooting. "Tho sen
try outrht to be court-martialed 1"
said a member of Co. A this morn
ing. COURT CHRONICLE.
Ejectment Oaao Decision Vctorinary
A unanimous decision of tho Sup
remo Court, prepared by Justice
Bickorton, has been rendered in the
case of James I. Dowsett vs. Mauke
ala and tiyo other nativos. The
Court declines to reverse the deci
sion of the Circuit Court sotting
aside tho verdict and ordering a
new trial ou the ground that the
verdict is contrary to law and the
evidence. At the February term of
the Circuit Court a mixed jury re
turned a verdict for tho defendants,
tho suit being one of ejectment.
Judire Whitiutr granted the motion
of plaintiff to set aside the verdict,
from which judgment tho defen
dants appealed to the Supremo
Court with the result now reported.
C. Brown for plaintiff; C. V. Ash
ford for defendants.
Judge Whiting has approved the
bond in $15,000 of F. A. Sohaofor, as
guardian of the three Long minors.
On tho settlement with two of the
original minors on their coming of
age, it was necessary to renew tho
trust on behalf of the remaining
Mr. W. Jas. Smith, secretary of
the Board of Education, has pre
sented the Law Library of the Judi
ciary Department with ono copy
each of the following publications:
Alexander's Brief History of the
Hawaiian Islands, English-Hawaiian
Dictionary by Prof. Hitchcock, aua
Barnes' Hawaiian Geography. Mr.
Henry Smith, librarian, has returned
the thanks of the members of the
bench to Mr. Smith.
J udge Cooper began the hearing
this morning of tho case of Medeiros
vs. Bowler. Plaintiff is a horse
doctor who told dofeudaut his horse
had glanders. Defendaut said if
plaintiff would cure his horse of
glanders; he would pay him $100.
Medeiros kept tho horse under his
care until it recovered, claiming the
$100 on its return. Bowler would
not admit that the horse had glan
ders, which is generally supposed to
be incurable. He paid the veterina
rian what would be his regular
charge for services, which Medeiros
accepted but sued for tho balance of
the $100. Kinney for plaintiff;
Potersou for defendaut.
IS THE BEST
VAPOR ENGINE LAUNCH.
Mr. Gay Buys One for Private Uso
Mr. O. Gay of Makawoli, Kauai.has
had built to his order at tho Coast
a twontv-four-foot whnlobont fitted
with a Pacific vapor ongino of four
horso powor, double eylindors, cap-
able of steaming eight knots, to bo I - '
used by him in going from Makawoli j Tj A T rrP flTT
toNiihau. Tho launch, which will AT JnLJLJLl JL mJLJLJ.
arrive from San Francisco on tho
bark Albert, is also fitted with an
electric plant of suthciout power to
furnish two lamps. These will bo
used for fishing purposes.
Mr. Gay has boon at tho Coast,
where ho acquainted himself with
tho workings of such a boat, and re
turned latoly with a thorough un
derstanding of its mechanism. This
will be the first launch of the kind
introduced at tho Garden Isle.
perfectlj solid Inside of twenty
Forms a durable
hihI elastic, not a brlt-
Hetalns Its gloss longer than any other
Two Chiuoso have beon arrested ,
and chargod with aiding certain pri- ,
sonors to escape at Ewa. Tho '
alleged provontors of justice wilt,ap- '
pear for trial on October Hist.
Resists the action of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows fieely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
1 hard surface, suitablo for Moors, steps, etc.
pigments ground in
Rich Red Blood
Results from taking Hood's
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
N. o. SA-OHo
B&O Iort Street, Honolulu.
Sir. Chas. Walker
Ot San Francisco.
Great Concourse at the Whirligig
and National Band.
A very large and most orderly
gathering asse tabled at the merry-go-round
last evening, notwithstand
ing tho lies to tho contrary pub
lished in the Advertiser this morn
ing, to listen to the music of a de
tachment of the National Band and
to enjoy a moonlight ride on the
whirligig. About 7 o'clock the
crowd was so dense that it was im
possible to see from the outside
what was going on within the
merry-go-round circle, while the
spacious grounds surrounding it
were literally covered with people
of all nationalities. Notwithstand
ing the immense crowd, however,
nothing of a disorderly nature hap
pened, and everything went on just
as "merry as a marriage bell." The
grand "military" review, which was
held at Palace Square, failed to draw
the number of people which attend
ed the merry-go-round, but the noise
made at said review and on the line
of march later in the night must
have disturbed' the quiet of many a
peaceful home. Anyhow, the merry-go-round
show was a success, the
number of people atteuding was
estimated at about 2000, and Mr.
Joseph Victor, tho proprietor, must
be congratulated on tho success of
his efforts in providing amusembut
for such a large number of pleasure
GUARDS ON PARADE.
A Long Marchout and Review on
As exclusively announced in the
Bulletin yesterday the Hawaiian
National Guards held a moonlight
battalion drill on Palace Square yes
terday evening. Headed by tho P.
G. band tho battalion marched out
of the barracks at 7 o'clock and down
Richards street to the square, where
they had a short drill in command
of Col. Soper, commander of the
forces. At 8 o'clock the battalioii
marched along King street to
Thomas Square aud by way of Ka
piolani, Borotauia and Fort st roots,
on to King street and back to tho
uquaro. The battalion did not in
dulge in company drill, aud after
a short drill in manual of arms and
a salute tho companies separated
aud returned to the barracks. A
slight improvement was noticed in
tho elocution of orders, A large
number of people wilmaiod tliu
Exhibition of the Rustic Sub-Chief
of Police at the Drill.
Mr. L. A. Andrews, senior captain
of police, made a monkey show of
himself at tho drill ou Palace Square
yesterday evening. The 9 o'clock
tramcar was crossing the switch
near the Government building com
ing from Waikiki, when two police
oQicors stopped the mules. Captain
Andrews was near the track, at the
time seated on a black horse. The
car drirer put ou the brake and
waited for orders from Mr. Pain,
manager of the Tramways Co. Mr.
Pain arrived presently and told Cap
tain Andrews that Col. Soper, com
mander of the forces, had given his
consent to.allow tho car to go on.
At tno time tne Jr. U. soiuiors wero
in a line at oase on the makai side of
the street, about forty feet from the
track. Captain Aurtrows replied
that he was not taking verbal or
ders. "Why don't you go aud see the
Colonel, then! asked Mr. Pain, "in
stead of sitting there like a stuck
"That car doesn't go by,""roplied
tho captain, "until I receive ordorB
from my superior."
v "Who is your superior, then?"
"J. he Marshal, was the reply.
"WThy don't you see him, then"
asked Mr. Pain. "You sit thero like
a camel, and that's about all you
are. You're a perfoot fool!"
"If this is P. G. rule," chipped in
tlm driver, "I don't want any of it!"
"Oh, it's spite," echoed another,
"nothing more nor loss."
As a wind-up Mr. Pain said,
"You're a regular ass; you won't
take a message, tioithor will you con
sult your suporiorsi"
Captain Andrews sat on his horse
as dumb as anoystor. A uunibor of
spectators laughed at tho 'parting
salute, and tho "cowboy" bit his lip,
while tho wind played with his sun
ACCIDENT AT MAKAWELI.
Engineer Scott Palls a Distance
Thirteen Feet on His Head. '
Mr. James Scott, second engineer
of the Makawoli plantation, met
with a rather serious accident at
that place on Saturday last. He
was examining some work which was
being done by one of the machinists
to the top of tho crushing mills,
when on steppiug baok he was trip
ped oy a iimoor which wjis lying
there. He was thrown backward
aud fell a distance of thirteen feet.
His head struck ou a concrete floor
causing concussion of the brain. In
falling a 2x8 timber fell with him,
breaking tho fall somewhat. Wheu
the steamer Pele loft on Wednesday
afteruoou Mr. Scott was lyiug in a
Tho unfortunate man only return
ed last week on the steamer Iwalaui
after a two weeks' vacation spent in
"For serend years 1 luve been troubled with
blotches and pimples on my face ami body,
w lili h were yery annoylu g. I tried several pre
scriptions, ami also other medicines, but tlioy
did not seem to benefit me. Iit fall a friend
advliHdmelo try Hood's harsaparllla. I was
determined to le it
A Thorough Trial.
Alter u-vlng two bottles, my skin returned to its
natural state. I itlll use It. as It gires me
strength and yIct. I iiovc r Inut better health
In my lire, and 1 ouo It t.i inking Hood's Sarsa
parilla." Ul.vs. W.u.iiKU, wih CftrvlU Mfg.
Co., 48 Llghth btrnct, ban Frxtiriico.
Hood'o PIII3 are th" best nftcr-dlnner
PUli, assist digestion, cure headache. 25c
HOHUON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Inlands.
By the KKV. MK. HOVI,ANI.
Hours 10 a. in. to 10 p. in, "Tlie most won
derful life reader of the present ag'.
Ladies, $1.00. Gentlemen, J'-'.OU.
Mixes readily with
oil In paste form.
Brings out the real similes of the colors
mid keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate nf the
new coal tnr colors.
Added to varnish greatly linpniv.es the
working of the vurnlsh.
Does not darken white lend or nnv deli
Has greater bod r than any other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and it will
greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tosts, has outlasted the best
Therefore, is the bust paint oil ever iiuiti
ufai'tured. Direction for Use.
Uso Lt'coi, in every respect in the
I Mine manner at. you would linseed
. oil, with tin single exception thncyou
, may add fully one-quarter more Iit-
ool to the same quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In titling metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
iidvinuhlo to mix up the paint at leuM
one day before it is to he used, then
add a third inou: Lruoi. and the paint
will be found to cover well iind have
a good gloss.
NEVER USE JAPANS.
Where haul surfaces cucli us lloors,
steps, etc., are icquiml use litharge
only, never use .Inpntis.
MICOL MIXES WITH VAK
NIS1IES and iiMhists their woiking and im
proves, their appearance hut niKY
SHOULD UK UH.KD KAMK DAY TliEY AUK
.mixed, otherwise the guin of the vm-
uish may he precipitated or the mix
I line curdled.
The iitldititin of from to of Li
I col to varnifhef. docs not i educe their
I lu-tre nor retard their haideiiing and
drying and it pit-vents their cracking.
. 7 yards for .$1 .00.
Plaids. S yards for $1.00.
Flannolk'tte, nil colors, striped, 8 yards for $1.00.
KlaniK'llutto, plain and striped
(linghaniN, Fancy Stripe ami
"White Barred and Striped Dress (-roods, H yards for SI. 00.
White Striped Dress Goods,
White Barred Drees Goods, Fine
7 yards for $1.00.
Quality, (i yards for $1.00.
The above Prices are for This Week Only.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTKNMVK AHHoitTMKNT OF
M1117IVT 0 ftft
BOI'TH COBNKR KoliT ANU BHRErAM
Of Dissolution of Co-partnership.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
i t&Dtti I KfeS Vh gum.
Etc, Etc, Etc.
To Let or Lease.
NOTICE IS HKRKBY G1VBN
the co-partnrrahiji heretofore
on In Honolulu under the linn m
IS HKRKBY G1VKN THAT
Wenner A Co.. ns Jewellers by the under
signed, has this day been itlssolvcd by
mutual consent. A. Wenner assumes nil
outstanding liabilities of the tiriu and will i
collect and receipt fur all debts due them.
. A. WENNKlt.
N. 1 JAt'OllSON. I
Honolulu, October 21, 183.5. K-:jt
ROOMS TO LET.
tVO KUKNISHBl) ROOMS l-'OR GKN-
tlemen at No. 4 Garden Utue. wi.!t f
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SKOOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HANI!
ORDWAY '&" POKTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Sfreot, oppo. Bethel Street.
BKLL TELEPHONE 5i5.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE tHS.
7 5 IFQ&T street 7 5
NK OK THREE NEW
(,'ottuires on corner of
Kort and School Strceta.
A mil v on the uromlses.
at Krank Brown'- store, Merchant Street.
tiiTn i Ji
or mi&L' LLMH2-
TWO SHOTS BY A SENTRY.
He Was Dying to Got a Salute from
Tho Hawaiian National guards
marched out of tho barracks at 7
o'clock yc'Htorday evening, headed
by tho P. G. band, for battalion drill
on Palace square. Ah they struck
Palace walk thoy turned toward
Uichards street. Approaching the
Palaco walk eutranco into tho Exo
outive building grounds, tho pent ry
stationed thero called out, "Halt !
Who comes thorof" Tho troops
THE WRECKED LIHOLIHO.
The Schooner Has Commenced to
At intervals on Friday night last,
while the steamer Polo was lying at
auchor at Makawoli, tho wind came
arouud to south'ard aud westward
aud blew heavily with raiu squalls,
which caused a moderate southerly
swell to wave in. The wrecked
schooner Liholiho lying aBtorn of
the- Pele commenced to break up.
Sho drifted out close to tho stoamor,
causing the latter to pick up anchor
and steam out to avoid getting foul
of hor. When tho Polo loft, the
fore pnrt of the schooner was lying
near the stem buoy with about throe
foot of water ou it. The after part
of tho schooner could not bo soon,
and it was supposod it had drifted
toward Waimea. The deck houso
aud part of deck are lying on tho
Waimoa side of Makawoli harbor.
rrHE ANNUAL MEETING
J. Stockholders of the Hawaiian Su'nr
Company will bo held at the oiwco ol
Messrs. G. Irwin & Co. L'd. on MON
DAY, the HOth Inst., at lOo'clork a. in.
Honolulu, Oct. 2-1, I8!t3. WIH-At
A GOOD PAYING BUHNKbS, WELL
established and centrally local mi.
For particulars inquire of
G. i:. BOARDM.VN,
W0-lm 5111 Kurt street.
Ul- Itir. mm... nn V.niKlnii
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. O., etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
EARLY IN THE MORNING.
Contractor McDowall Will Walt for
Large High Tide.
Although the lifting gear whereby
Mr. McDowall expects to hoist the
steamship Miowera into deep wator
will bo. roaily this afternoon, the
contractor ou the advice of a pilot
will not make the attempt until
high title largo to-morrow morning;
that is duo at 5:20 o'clock. It will
take Gve or six hours to pump out
A Chinese opium lioud was sunt
euced to pay a Hue of -i?0 in tile
PUtrict Court to-day,
marched ahead naviiiL' no attention I the wntor ballast that is now in tho
to the sentry's challenge, as thev I vessel to give it stability, This will
wero passing on to Kichanls street, , dispose ol MM) tons or so oi woigui
aud there was no intention of going
into tho grounds, The baud hat)
just passed aud Co. C, Portugese,
under Captain Catuara was passing,
wheu the sentry not receiving au
answer fired a shot. This wits not
Mr. McDowall estimates the resist
aueo that tlioro will bo to his gear
at 500 tons, while he claims it has a
lifting power of 800 tous. In that
case, something will have to move
ul early morn to-morrow,
DO YOU SEW ?
People who buy Sowing Ma
chines usually want the one
which in addition to being light
running and simple in its mocha
niBin isoriiumuiitul. The"Wer
theim" enjoys the distinction of
boing not only the least tiresome
to the operator hut is the most
superbly hnishetl ol any sowing
machine in tho market. Tho
tables aro of polished wood in
laid in beautiful designs. The
belt upon which light fabrics
arc prone to catch is entirely
concealed. It has also a patent
foot rest which ladies will iind
indispensihle. The head of the
machine is arranged upon, what
is practically, a double- tnlilo so
that it may ho removed in a
moment and tho foot power dis
carded. Tho tahle- havo hand
some covers ami deop roomy
dniwci'h containing a full line of'
attachments, for which when j
buying other makes 01 sowing
machines you tiMiully pay extra.
Prices of the "Werthuim" I
Sowing Machine vary according ;
to size and lluinli, and will he
furnished on application.
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE COMPANY,
7 VALUABLE PIECES OK
I improved Property, located
In dlllerent parts of the City of
Honolulu; all bargains. Appl
for full nartictilars to
itttrCK .V: A. J. CAUTWHIOHT.
rpHK REHIDENOE ANU
Lot situated on Wil
dcr's Avenue, below Luna-
lllo Homo, and owned by
the nndersiKiicd, is for sale on advantage
ous terms. Apply to
!-2m At W. 8. Luce, Merchant Bt.
J. Piuiulhui opposite the
Makiki Rcm'rvu. recently
occunled liv Mr. Charles
i;rviKiliou. J lie eroiiiius are simi'ious, miu
well shaded with Ornamental and 1'Vuit
Tiees, only a minute's walk to Traimwiys.
Till! imiHiuiKf win
In! nut In
wishes ol a
nair to suit tie
r'oi further naviculars, aimls to
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARRED IN THE WINDOW.
Mnrv K. Levey.
Real Estate Agency,
No. 510 Fort Stroot.
1 House on
1 House on Emma Hipiare-
I Btoro under the "Arlington,"
I Htnre ou Nuuanu street.
'1 Houses ou Rcrclailia street.
i Houses on i'ort street,
House ami lot on Hi rctuiilii street near
Pousacola. I.OI 'AM fiet Iruuuic,c mid
110 feet dei'li.
Keveral Desirable HeiMcticcs at lirst
I Husidtneu on (lermunlii treH.
0. K. IIOAItDMAN,
AT THE FAMOUS BTORE OF
IB. IF EIHIILiIEELS & CO.
508 & 511 PORT STK.Hm3T.
Canton "Weisli FetTorios !
A handsome Cotton Fabric, New Styles till, season, the cllecttj are fuc-blutiles of China
Silks, to see tiiuiu means to appreciate them,
:m:.ajr.tt S-Ateehsts !
Bilk finish just out; real French designs are the liliest and the cruie of the season.
Oashmere S-LXOlim.es SO Cents Yard. I
One of the huudsoiiiest Watih .Materials tills season entirely new mi. I
for the prlie has iioeiiial.
"Wliite Lawns and Diixiity I
In Plain, Rtried and Checked in ureal variety.
tW Dressmaklnn Under the Management of MBB. BBtfNGR. .
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
IW Klre rlsls nu all kinds of Insurant Property taken at Current Hlsk. u
J. S. WALKER,
TMWU' iifHid for tlm Hawaiian ItlamU,