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SATURDAY, FEB. 24, 1894. t
8ati'RI)AY, Feb. 21.
UBS Australia, Huudlette, from San Fran
Htmr Kinau from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal and Lanui
Htmr Iwnlnnl from Kauai
Stmr Jainos Mukco from Kauai
Schr Mulwalilne from Koholatela
Saturday, Feb. 21.
Am solir Koliert 8earle!, 1'iltf, fur San
From Kauai tier stmr Jas Makee, Feb 21
Henry Hertpfniahnutid 7 deck.
From Kauai per stmr Iwalanl Feb 21
Catit Win Larrien, II It Kois and 3 children,
J 11 Brattn, Miss Mollle Hush, Miss Maria
Hitsli, Miss ltoe Young and 12 deck.
From Maul and Huvall, iter stmr Klnatt
Feb 21 Volcano: Mist Krout, T II llistiop,
Mr.tTll IIMiop U Tr.Mij.lln, 1 1) lllux
omc. Way ports: T Yotsutuoto, T M
luta, V Ilrriowitz, II Uorman, Matter
('ainptrall, Godfrey llrown, 0 T Akana,
Ml' M Jones, J 1 I'arkurand wife, F May,
J Magulrc. J 8 lovr, 1 Akcii. Akaka. Mlsn
li (Julck, Mrs Uttroin, A Yotuift, MNsex
Young (2) and rl deck.
From San Frnnclc per 8 8 Australia.
Feb 21 W K Hond, I) J llrugulere nnd
wifo, U 0 Co'cuian, V. J Dm.roelu-, J It
Kirtli, Iter V 1) lllckov. V II Hughes and
wife, Mrs ri Hughci, F Kcnnott, V W
Lindsay, Mrs lillirop and child, Mrs Km
olmkulolc, M Phillips, 0 Hllllman. wife
ami 2 children, J Cyril UMkur, J M S
Walker. V A Webster, Ocorge Weight,
.tudge II A Wldruintut, Austin M Wood
ward, wife nnd child, u A Sprocket, II (I
Jcuklif.J It Dlstelratb.
Cargoes from Island Porta.
Htmr Iwalanl -It J 10 bags sugar, 11)1 bag
jxulily, IrJ bags rlcu and til pkg sun
iirles. Htmr Klmu 12,.ViO bag sugar, IM sheep,
I.V) sundries, IW bag Kitatovs, 31 bug
cum, .'it pig, 22 pKs bides, 18 bng cod-llli.
'I lie Hawaiian ship Hawaiian Isles was
towed to l'ortland on Feb. 15th by the tug
Fearless to load lumber.
The schooner Dora Illuhm was towed
from Maiatlan to San Ulego by the tug
Vigilant on Feb. I). Two steam pump
ana nann pump nan to do leqn in
Hon all the time.
Newcastle N. S. W., Shlpplng.-Salled,
Jan. (I, bktne. Illloj Jan. 13, brig Oen va;
Jau 2D, schr. King Cyrus; Feb. II, schr.
Golden Shore, ba. Newsboy. All for Ho-noliilu.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tbe S. S. Arawa loft Vancouver,
B. C, on Feb. Kith.
Judge H. A. Widetnanu has re
lumed from tho Coast.
Diamond Head, 12 in. -Weather
clear, wind light south.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Bishop are
back from the Volcano.
C. A. Spreckelfl was a passenger i
on tho S. b. Australia to-day. i
Purser McCombo is thauked for
favors received by the Bulletin.
Maunakoa and adjacent extinct
volcanoes are covorod with snow.
Forty-four steerage passengers
came on the S. S. Australia to-day.
The American League held a
closed door meeting yestorday even
ing. T. W. Kawlins offers for sale try-
fiots, water casks and coral rock, do
iverod. Dr. Jas. F. Koeuoy of the U. S. S.
Ranger died in Central American
The sale of tho property of Teresa
Cartwright has been postponed until
Fresh frozon oysters by tho S. S.
Australia are sorvod any style at the
Beaver lunch saloon.
V. C. Weedon will load tho meet
ing at tho Y. M. C. A. to-morrow
evening at 0:30 o'clock.
A hailstorm visited tho Volcano
Houso on Wednesday last, hail fall
ing ns far down as Olna.
A. McGuru goes as purser on tho
Iwalani, aud J. Kolley in the same
capacity on tho Mikahala.
Tho Kinau brought 117 passen
gers, 12,500 bags of sugar, and a
quantity of- general freight this trip.
Mrs. Keohokalole, Oliver Stillman,
wife and family are back from tho
Coast. They went to tho Midwinter
Miss Mary Krout, correspondent
of tho Chicago Inter-Oceau, return
ed from tho Volcano ou the Kinau
Two fines wero recorded in tho Dis- ' the
trict Court to-day, a Chinaman $() H""'-
STILL HDNG UP.
Senate Committee Stuffed
Lucien Young and Others,
More Information Wanted by the House
A despatch to the Examiner is as
i "Washington, February 10. Tho
I Senate sub-Committee on Foreign
I Affairs, which has been conducting
, tho Hawaiiau investigation, will meet
to-morrow, aud important action is
J anticipated. Chairman Morgan will
' submit his report to the committee.
Inside information is to tho effect
that the burden of testimony takon
i is strongly adverse to tho Adminis
tration. Tho investigation was ex
' haustivo aud as much latitude as
I possible was extended to both sides,
the purpose of the committee being
i to ascertain the oxact truth. Tho
'testimony antagonistic to the posi
tion of the Administration is said to
bo so overwhelming us to render it
difficult for even the most accotn-
plished Administration supporters
1 to make tip a case for President
i "It has been shown in the com
mittee that Caplaiu Wiltso was com-
I polled to laud the troops of the Bos-
ton, not on account of tho request
of Minister Stevens, which he was
not compelled to respect, but by re
' ports received by him from his own
olllcers, whom he had sent ashore to
1 investigate the situation, aud four
hours be. ore he received the request
j from Stevens to land troops he had
, made all preparations to land them.
"It was also shown that foreign
, residents, not Americans, in tho
absence of forces of their own nation
harbor, had drawn up a re-
to Captain illso to laud
ies would prefer a return of the old
monarchy, of course."
Property and income qualifica
tions to sit in the upper house, or to
vote for its members, might have to
bo raised above thoe relating to the
House of Nobles under the old con
stitution. The President would pro
bably bo chosen by popular ballot,
Four or six years might Imi his term.
Some favored making him ineligible
to succeed himself, but Mr. Dole
was against such a restriction. The
President in case he was allowed
election for more than ouo term
might be subject to removal by voto
of want of confidence passed by the
House and Senate. ,
Tho constitutional convention
would bo constituted by friends of i
tho Provisional Government, whose '
members would probably be part of
the convention. It had been sug
gested that the tnemlmrs of the
Advisory Council should form the
Senate or part of it.
The President did not think there
would 1)0 an uprising, as the new
constitution would embrace a popu
lar form of government, and that is
what tho natives aro clamoring for.
The new government could not be a
return to the monarchy. Its consti
tution would embrace a clause mak
ing it unconstitutional to return to
or to advocato monarchy.
In answer to a question President
Dole said only Russia had recogniz
ed the Provisional Government as n
government do jure. If Congress
washed its hands clear of the whole
mattnr, tho P. G. would fool at liber
ty to do as they pleased. They would
not feol bound to regard the United
Slates' dictation to avoid closer rela
tions with any other Power. If tho
United States refused their frank
proposal for a political union, the
P. G. would feel at liberty to look
elsewhere for political union or any
other courso ii they should so decide.
Presidont Dole did not believe the
cession of Pearl Harbor went lieyond
tho existence of tho reciprocity
treaty expiring the latter part of
this year. Ho quoted Secretary Bay
ard in support of this contention.
St. Clair McKelway, editor of tho
Brooklyn Eagle, claims to be in a
position to know the view Chairman
Morgan will try to muintaiu in the
Senate commit tee's final report ou
Hawaiian affuirs. It is in brief that
he will favor a period of masterly in
activity, during which the islands
will bo" allowed repose, looking to
ward ultimate annexation.
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS HB FOU.V1) AT
1ST. S. SACHS'
BBO Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ur. it. II, Churchitt
ML Vernon, WaiU.
for opium smoking and n foreigner ' troops, mid asked his protection, and
:i lor swilling.
. Sn Krnncliwo Shipping. -Sailed, Keb.
I'.'. cuhr. Anna: 13. bklne deo. ('. rerklim.
both for Kahulul; 10, Khr. J. (I. North,
for Muhiikniia; 17, H. S. Aurrallii, bk C.
I). Ilryaut, bktne. S. U, Wilder, fur Hono
lulu. I'l-iiK-ctcd Departure. 1'ub. Ill,
ligtiu). W. l. Irwin, fur Honolulu; '.M,bk.
Annie Jolin-on for llllo; Mar. , S. S. Ala
meda for Hiiindulii. Ilktueo I'liiiUcr and
W. II. Illmond, data of falling not ret.
Charter! bktne. John llaitley, Kahulul;
bk. I'vylon, m-hr. Aloha nnd bktne. Amelia
(at I'uget ftiondt, Honolulu; n lioouer
Arrived. - Keb. T, utinr. Kinau f nun Ho
nolulu; t:i, ttmr. Kinau fiom llllo; 17,
Am. 4-iiiaMcd M'br Ulgu, M. A. Ip-en
nmter, HI days from ri.tn l-'runcUco to Ha
waiian naiirouii t,o. i onmgnecHi n it.
Wilder .V Co.,'. K. Hart and Knhala Su
gar Co. Cargo: Hour, rugar hag, hay,
barley, bruii, kero-enu oil, groceries nnd
lumber; ktmr Kinau from Honolulu; 'M,
kIiiit. Hiiwiill from Honolulu; 1, ntmr Ki
nau from llllo.
Hailed.-Feb. 7, Mmr. Klimii for llllo;
IM. ntmr. Kinau for lloiiuliilu; 17, xtinr
Kinau for II lie; W, ntmr. Hawaii for Hn
wall: !, Am, l-mnnlvd chr. Olga for
Sun Kranclnco, with the following nugurt
:i.VI blip, by T. II. DavlcM ,v('o., I'.nrJ bags,
Cuotlo iV Cooke; :nr7'J bag, Halawn I'lautu
lion; 1S0U bugs T. 11. Duvlex .V Co. Total
1 1, 1'.'7 bags weighing l,lYk,OI7 (Miutids anil
vulued ut t I.V7A.7i; 1, ntmr. Klimu for
ProfoMor Bargor Ooinaa to tha Front
Prof. Burgor wishing' to show his
appreciation to Manager Pluukelt
Jar tho hiith class music given by
'the taleuted ladies, the Misses Albu,
opened a subscription list to tender
the manager a benefit at the Opera
House ou Thursday evening next
prior to the departure of the gifted
vocalists, Misses Julie and Hose
Albu, for England. All those asked
to join in making the house a bum
per one have tried to hend tho list.
This showa that tho hearts rejoice
to hear tho groat sopranos aud that
Mr. Pluukutt will remeiulor the en
joyment he has given the people of
Honolulu. The concert could not
bo in better hands than those of
Prof. Berger, and the community
will certainly show their gratitude
to him for giving another oppor
tunity of hearing the gifted sop
ruuos, aud of testifying their esteem
to the geutlemaufy manager, Mr.
Tho Coming Admiral.
A Washington despatch of the
Kllh iust. says: "Commodore Kirk
land has been onlered to Hail for
Honolulu on February 17th from
San Francisco. Ho will relievo Bear
Admiral 1 r win of tho command of
the United States naval forces at
Hawaii. Lieutenants York, Noel and
I. II. Nichols have been appointed
lo the staffof Commodore Kirklaud."
Admiral Kirklaud did not arris e
by the Australia.
After closo inspection of the S. S.
Mlowera at Esquimalt, it has been
learned that 110 new plates will
have to bo put in.
Buyers of feed will find an inter
esting card from the California Feed
Co. in this paper. King up l'-'l or
53 on either telephone.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson
celebrated their woollen wedding at
Kalihi yesterday evening. About a
hundred invited guests were pre
sent. las. F. Morgan will sell house
hold furniture at the residence of A.
Shepard ut 10 o'clock Monday. See
list of articles, including a piano,
The Australia will sail next Satur
day. Through tickets to nil points
in the United States are issued by
Wm. G. Irwin - Co. ld, agents
Oceanic S. S. Co.
Capt. C. J. Brugiiiere and wife
u eo Itoso aro back amoii their
friends again. Tho captain was
formerly master of the bark Uphir,
recently sold ou tho Coast.
At the funeral services of the lion
tamer who was killed by the lion
An Honest Medicine
Rhaumallmn Cured Health Unlit Up.
Mr. Churchill, formerly of ChurcMtl ti Taylor,
urTi)M nn'l civil engineer. ML Vernon,
Washington, wrlto. ".Southern California
WMniyliotiiifiirminrjrcar. When team
here I hecan to lo aMlctcd all over with
And alto paint In my back and a ceneral feeling
of being tuM up. My liuliirn take ma out In
tin-element all (lie lime, ami I found ray
elf unfit for work, Heading an aUfertli
ment ul Ilcmd'i PiirRiirllla, nU learnlni
also Hut the nieillclne uhi compounded In
my outi Stale of MmnrlmMI, 1 concluded
II1I1 m.iy be nn haneM iue4le lite. I took
It and am to much improved that I am out
Hood's s Cures
In all weather nnd travel alt day with no
,!. .!! t.-M.I In-lli- 'I . ..& .ft...
J ... ,.. nun .1.... ikriniHi ii ,! uiiv tun,
i,1 lull nil nr I in libA f lfA.ra War-
rlll.i. I thai cured inc."
eel Imil nil nver I ny t.ike llool'" Strtnpa-
HOOD'O Pills cure l.lvt tits. J.utdltt,
IlUlouiiicu, blck lteadach and ContUvaUo.
HOIIUON, NEWMAN CO.,
Agenta for Hawaiian Islands.
that this reo lies t was withheld
, merely because it was discovered
: that the troops were being lauded
i Imfore it could be delivered, and It
"It is known that Mr. Morgan
, fully understands the situation, mid
it is said that his private conclusions
1 aro in accordance with undisputed
' testimony. Whether ho will deem
; it good policy to entirely disregard
nil party obligations aud treat the
I subject merely in a judicial way, or
, wiiciuor lie win cousitier iiiih Hurt
ful mid prefer to take a negative
' position, or even attempt to help
Cleveland out of his embarrassment,
is what 110 one can ascertain in
advance of his declaration to the
Hoar, after introducing a bill
against lotteries, rallies, etc., with a
$H00 or two years' imprisonment
, penalty, moved a resolution which
was adopted, requesting tho Presi-
'dent, "if not incompatible with pub
lic interests, to communicate to the
.Senate all records nnd despatches
from Willis, Minister to Hawaii, not
heretofore transmitted, especially
the despatch communicating the
letter from President Dole specify
ing certain charges against the con
duct of said Winis."
In the House Cuinmings, chair
man of the Committee 011 Naval Af-
' upon the Secretary of the Navy to
luloriu llie uouse ty wiiat authority
AT THE CLUB STABLES !
ier, -V'tUI, bv lllue Hull, 7.1; Dam, llrnir, hy Hiiccnuecr, 'i.'M. I'romiitor
of .Mx.'2i'Jil: Tnui-lt. 'Ji-jnji; Wulkur, iliiltf Wulos. iti'li; Clnco,
Diiin- llrllllnntlnu, J:I7 nd Vlitur. ais. "I'mimi" U nt hluek, one
Fourth Hoat, 2:15
Mndu at Stockton, Gal ,
Sopt. U3, 1B03.
is nio win xiru
:'l: nnd of the
hind Mhlte loot uud 11 Miiall htrlw In
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
Till- Is the late-t linproTcnient In lluys' Shirt Wnll- and a true friend lc
niothersi no more Imttntis to -evr 011,'ns thee riiiiiiut ronie uir. We hsvr
them In white and in fancy percales from IV cunt- iqiuard-
HOYS' ttAl.lfO WAI8T8 IN AM. 8I7.KH AT W CKNTS.
Iite-t HhnHs In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them In ('renin, Cardinal, N'nvv llluc nnd .Senl llrown.
CHII.DHKN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FI.ANNKI. COATS nt v.-rv low prlee-.
WATT.UKH SASH HIIIIION8 IN AM. UOI.OK8.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are tirotiottneed the l-t hy nil who have ulven them a trial. We have
them for indie-, Kent-, ehlhla-u and Infnti'- mi plain, rlhtntl, droit -titeli
1 nuie-'.Mielinc iine-K mm'KUw miueeil lOfioi-eiiK
and open work.
I-ndles' Illnmond Hlaek Slocking- 11 1 i't eviit- per pair.
Have yon seen the CHI I DKKN'8 HCHOOI. HATH that are -ellliiK for 'it rent-:
Thev nre Jut the tiling for I'.oy- or lllrl-.
3wtl- S. X-,E3-VrTT
513 Robinson Block, Holol Street.
HAS RECEIVED NOTICE !
A I.AItOK A880KT.MKNTOF
Ull lalllol ullK Uldllj Mu..I.M.iiKSAKSii.VA.pm-
Wuluht I.U'iil iHiuiids; Ih very
win -lainl lorn umiii-ii
iiiiiiiIkt n( marei
lie. n l'ihhI iiriMlmvr nml a fame rnee home
nt F1ITY ( 01 noi.liAHt) FOIt TUB SBASON, imjhIiIu ut tit f M-rvin
hore wii-hreil In Isir.' t forly-dx mareoimd produced Inrty-lwo colli.
im-iiii I). II. DAVIS.
FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
IN BVKNINO 8IIAHKS
Wool Drt'HH fioods,
SIiiiwIh, Ktc, Ktc.
piit'torof the Hawaiian Jap-
ax ksk Haxaah, Hotel htivi-t,
to sell his stock of J AI
K2 A liijf assortment of
KINS will he sulil i.kssthan
..11 no . 11 ii' 1 .1. . 1.'. : 11 .1 iiidii I"" v tiiiiiiiuii'ii uii .iuui
' Purunll" at tho M.dwlu r "-.tli I f , pruM,IlllHl ns u ,ll(.,,i()11 of
Hawaiian 1. iiittorj nrnghViUx O 1 ' , f I, , ,
la Wau,' wh eh 11 hi kIidIi ih "Soar. HmMiv; nwiliHlon. full
UT, my uuu, iw iiiuu.
An uniKtrtvritHr huIi it inrrii
Ktttpd irou, charcoal iroimand round ! iiiBtruptioim won. insupd ill placing
tubB, damaRwl hy nalt wator 011 tho ' tlionnnod nnviil forces of tho Uintiui
voyno of tun NuutlliiH, will ix lioiu
by iIbh. F. MorKnu nt tliu xtoro of 11.
Hiii-kf old Ac Co., at HI o'clock 011
Ministnr ThurHtoii Icclurcd in tho
Foundry Mothodist church, Wash
New -York Life Insurance Co.
JOHN A. McOALL, President.
states and tho iim of its oiihiku
undor tho control of Jaunts II.
Illount; aNo, to furnish tho IIouko
copies of all orders, directions, in
structions or ollicial suf,'Kostloii9 is
sued hy liini siuco .March t, lS'.CI,
coiicoruinu tho movements of the
......i 1 .. -. 11.......::
lie explained that tho committee Mind'or ol Aow
rccoiiitiiended tho pansauo of tho
reMilutioii amended so as to call for
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
Hl'SIX&SS OF I8SKI.
513 Robinson Blook, Hotel Streat.
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNTBI) UNIlKIt TUB LAWS Ol" 1'IIK HAWAIIAN ISIANIH.
I'reinium Income .
Interest, Hunts, etc
Totnl Iiiroiiin :l,8B:i,(M.llfi
all orders from March 1, IS'. 12,
! htead of IS'.KI. He yielded a moment
, to Houtellc, who argued tho iiuporl
J ancn of the renolutiou, which ho
, said had already boon delayed si
! wcekh. The information called for
, by it, ho thought, should havu been
1 before the IIoiim when tho Uawai
1 ian resoliitinii wan beiu debaled.
1 Tho resolution was adopted with
i out division.
Hail on Hawaii.
The dintrict of Waiinoa, Hawaii,
was visited by a heavy rainstorm ou
Wednesday last. On tho day follow
iug hail fell all over the district,
scariug home of tho residents whoe
first experience of a hailstorm it was.
Writes an elderly native resident:
"I thought the noise ou tho roof
was caused by u drops of rain, but
going out 1 trod 011 crumbs re.-om-bling
salt, which cracked aud melt
ed undor my feet."
S. S. Australia.
Thu S. S. Australia. 11. C. Uoiid
lotto, commander, left Sail Fran
cisco, Feb. 17, 1 811 1, at '2 11. in. with
thirty-one cabin and forty-foursteer-ago
passuugors and twenty. live bags
of mail. Kwiorioiu-od Hue weather
with strong S, W. winds until Fob.
22d, then moderate trade winds with
heavy rain squalls; arrived at llono
lulu, Feb. 'Jl.nt Ha, 111.
He said tho I'. G. would
attempt to cross 110 bridges before
reaching them, and that there was
110 more danger of the natives rising
in Hawaii than In Washington.
It was ,1. II. Lovejoy, a member of
the G. A. It , whoso chalk map was
preserved III years in the ISriinmer
school of UoHton, his uatite city.
Mr. Loveiov received a letter by to-
day's mail confirming the discovery 1
aud giviiigothor interesting evidence :
of the kind ho was seeking.
The benefit entertainment to the
wives of Kauhaiio and Kaouli will
be given at the Oiiora House on
March 17. W. Cuollto is preparing
a fine program. It will include
songs by tho local minstrel com
pany, the llui Noeau and uiomhom
of tno police. The latter will also
give bayonet exorcises.
When it was learned tho I . S. S.
Kearsargo was wrecked, a large force
of Xicaraguaus loft Grey I own and
took possession of the Mosquito
country. American residents pro
tested. The country has been ruled
by an independent chief, under the
protection of Great liritain and
A Washington despatch bny.
Lieutenant (?. A. Adams and Ku-igu
I'aruieutor, upon tho hauling down
of Admiral Irwin's llag from the
Philadelphia, will be detached from
duty on that ship, and ordmed to
proceed from Honolulu to San Fran
cisco, the former 011 two mouths'
leave and the latter ou ouo month's
M A. Jaeobson the jeweler re
ceived by the S. S. Australia to-day
two live chameleons. Kacli liltle
animal is attached with a gold chain
to a scarf pin. It is worn as an orua
iiieut, ami is tho rage all over tho
United States, Men wear il 011 their
scarfs and women 011 their belts.
Tim cliniiioleons cIihiil'ii colors and
aro uiiiipie little pot. They aro on 1 uoi-o would not favor restoration of
exhibition in Mr. .Jacoh-ou'r.' jewelry I the monarchy, but "gambleis, Miiug
tturo. I ghus and iIiomi inloroMod 111 lot tor-
Kiidowinents and Annuities
Dividends, I'llicliu-ed liisiiruncc, etc
Total to Tolicv Holders ....
Issued . . . ,
4 ..! KT I
Amount 111 .ow iiisiniui
CONDITION .FAN I
. . s,ii(),()i):i.4t'
. . i,Ml,02.H
. . i,io:?,l.:t.'.n
JAUY I. 1M.
A pres despalcli from Washing-
Ion, wlucli gie an outline ol a
strong speech by Senator Gray in
favor of thocourMi pursued by Pre- j
lideiit t'leeland, nays: 1
'The full siguilicauce of the pros-'
cut Hawaiian situation came out at
the close of the Senator's speech
when in a colloquy with Teller he ,
admitted that as a member of the
Foreign Relations Committee ho 1111- 1
derstood that the efforts of tho Pre
1 sideiit, moral or diplomatic to ros
1 tore tho Ijiieou wore at an em and
that the present Minister to Hawaii
had en directions to pursue further
to that end "
IMI.IIM1.W Willi lull. 1..
William Preston Harrison, editor
of the Chicago Times, 011 bin arrival
at Sau Francisco from Honolulu
telegraphed to Ids paper an inter
view with President Dole. The t
President declares the intent ion of
, the Provisional Goveruuieut lo or
ganize a republic as soon as Con
gress definitely abandons the Ha
waiian question. 1
There would bo two houses in the
legislature of tho republic, silting
, independently of each other. I'M 11
' calioiialiiiiali'liontiunshoth for voters
and members would be raised. This
would be especially necessary if the
Japanese were allowed lo vole.
President Dole thinks legitimate
business men either (hiueso or ,lapa-
Linbilitics, -I per cent Standard
Number of I'oliui" in Force
Amount f Insurance in Force
I'UOUKBSS IN IS!).'!.
Increase in lluuolils to Policy Holders
Increase in Assets
I ncronso in Surplus
Iiiuruan" in Insurance Written
Ini'i'Diisu in Insurance in Force
IncroiiMi in Number of Policies in Force
Increiise in Number of Policies Written in isti:.
over I SI 12
. i:M,iJ7.",I." ,
New Pruiniuiiis Income over (bat of
In thu rolluwing roanocts tho Now York Lifu, in 1H03, haa BHOKKN ALL
KEOOHDS uver made by Htirsolf or any other Company.
TIIK I'NDKHSKJNKI) HAVK IIKKN APl'OIXTKD SOI.K A UK NTS I'tUt
these SiliiKUliKlts nnd arc uiov prcp.ircd lo n-ccie unler.-.
The gieat iiiUautiiKcs to Im ilctivi'il frmu (be use of the Ntion.i. Cam:
Siiiikdiikii are t linroiiglily cKlaUlisln-tl ,nnl ackiiiovli-ilcil by I'l.itilers
Tlie In rite number of IM. oilers- uin llicm in the United Stales, Cuba,
Vreutine Hepiihlic, Pern. Anlr.ill,i .nel eUi-wIe 11-, hear witness In I lit
The Use id the SiliihliliCli vty largely aiiumciilp (hi- qumtily nf cane
the null can yriiel (L'.'i in fill ,), abn the extract inn of juice (.'1 In 'l).
It is a ureal afc;uarl, makiiic. known al mice 1 lie presence of any
pieces of iron, slakes from cats, or .ui lliiuu wlii-h would he liable lo damage
I In- mill, and allowini; .onpli lime In remove s.one liefoie ilam.uiK tin- mill.
1 lie MiiiihiuiKit is cry strongly iiunie, ami 1mm 'he manner id its npera
tliill il eills 111 Icirn these piece-ol Wood 01 iron without often luc.iklllK (he
SiniKUUKK ; and if aiiytlimg breaks, it i simply smuenf the knives m cutlers,
which can be quickly anil economically replaced. I'he Slliti;iuu:n. as its
name indicates, tears (he cauc into slucils ol arMnc. leiinlh-, pcifccilv npeu
ing il anil allowiiit: the mill In ihoioiihly picss nut the juices without 11
quiring the niimeuse extra power necessary to jjiiiul or crush the w bole
cane. Tbe SlIliKlilihli spn-ails the shrcihlcil cam- uniformly nml evenly In
the mill Kills' ami doe- away with the necessity of spicaduiK (In lupusc by
hand bid ween Hie mill-, where regrimliiig is 111 use. No greater amniiut of
hoilei capac.oy is icqiureil to npciate llic Smiikiuikii than that which war
-llllliieiit for the null, fni the alime rcasntis. W'c f 111 11is.l1 full working
drawings fur the installation of our Siiiikiuikiis, cnahliiiK .1 n rouqMiciii en
uineer 10 siicccsslully uislall ami stail them.
Ill oriltTlllg .SlIllhllllKltS lioiu lis, please seuil slioill skelill. -Il WIUK till
diamelci and wnlib of the mill tolb with which MIIii.iuiki' is to he couuccicil,
also the side (cither rinhl or left liaud as mi f.ici- .icbvcry side of lie
mill), upon which llic mill ciiuiuc 1- Incatcd, al-o tin- heihi iio'in Hour bm
lo center of flout mill loll shaft, and ib-taiice ccuier Ibis shift to iron I cud
of lied plate. These SlIUKIiliKlls aic now heiiq; il-eii hy the llllo Supir Co.
and llawi .Mill, Knhala, whcie liny an uivnic reat s.itisf.irtiou.
I'rices ami fiolhei pailiciil os may In had h applyiui: to
FlIlsT Nlllllbel 'i
f policies applied for in I v.i:i
of new policies nclllullv
written in I.V.KI
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
Nir liirnti fur Iht .i .ixtiu liinnih.
Tiinin Amount of new inMiruiice i.-suei
Ful'llTil Nuiuber of new pollcie
. . .S.-I.UI
for in isii:;
Fil-lll Nel gain ill new bll-iues- over the
Sixth Nel iucreu-e in niiuilier of policies in force
Skvb.ntii Nel gain in iusiirancc in force
O. CD. IBEiRCBriEjiE.,
1111 I III
lil'.NBKAI. AtlKSI'. HAWAIIAN IrlhAMW. 1
AT rilh KAMOl'h STOIIK OK
IB. F. EHLERS Ssd GO.
B09 8e a 1 1 FORT STR.H3H3T.
Oaixtori Wash Falorios !
A lininlwiliiK I'litlnli Kalirio, New Slylrs tliis houmiii, tin' i-tlivlo are liu:-slnillr ul l'liin
Hllkn, in msi iIiimii iiiimiih In aijiricliitt' tlinia,
I Hllk llliisli just out, rt-al Krencli iIi'hIkiih lire lie- lluenl mid the eraif of tin -noi
Oashmere Gutolimes BO Oenta Ya.rci !
1)111 of the littiiilwiinest 'hIi Mntt-rluU IliU nvasnn fiitlrrly urw ninl
for tliu prlc liu 110 ispml
1 WTi-ite La-wTaB a-xici Dimity I
In I'Ulu, HtriM-d nnd I'lits-kml In rtvuX vmlfty.
IV trWUkUl Usdir tkt HuufUitit ol HRI. RUIINEH.