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MONDAY, FEB. 20, 189i.
Satuhhav, Feb. 21.
0 A 8 B Arawn, Stewart, from Vanrover
St'.NDAY, Feb. IK.
Bttur Clnudliic from Maul
Hlmr Mlknlmlri from Kmml
Btmr Wnlnk'iilo fruin llntimkiia
Bttnr 1'elu from Haiiamnitlii
Satumuv. Feb. 21.
Am ship (' F Sargent, Ho)il, for Fort
Am bk Aklen neo, Krils, for Ban Fran
cisco Scniiw, Feb. 2.p.
CASH Arawn, Btitart, for the Colonics
Monday, Feb. 2tl.
Btmr .tntiw Mnkco for llaiiamaulii and
Knjmrt at 4 til
Btmr knnlu for Kalmkit and I'nnatim at
Btmr Iwulnnl for Kllanca at 4 p m
Btmr I'clo for Makawell
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Klnntt for lilinlnn, Maalaea, Make-
na, Maluikonii, Knwnllini', I-ntipaliou.
hoe, llakalait, llonotmi, I'ohaknmanii,
1'epeekeo, Unomea, Fapalkoil ami Hllo
at 2 )i in
Btmr Clauilltie for Kaliultil, Keanae, llnirn,
Ilamoa, Klpahulii, Nun, I'aanhait, Kit-
kalau at ft p m
Btmr Mlkahnla for Nnwlllwlll. Kuloa,
F.lcele, Mnkiiwcll, Wuiiiiciiuiul Kekaha
ut 6 p m
Btmr Walalvalu for I.iilinlim, Kukiilhaelo
anil llonokaa at 10 a m
Blmr Kllanca Hon fur Ulimalu, Ilakalau,
GarROoa from Island Ports.
Btmr riaiiillnn-KVKH) Iihk "'iRnr, 1H? Imi's
liotiiloi"". 82 lriK forn, AS lings beimo, 2i
Iiok niul Tu p it summit.
Btmr Mikalmlu 2KM) Imb sueir, 3-1 Ihirs
rice, '.11 bills hlilei mill '.'7 pkg stuulrli's
Btmr Kllailea Hun IKSUU Imns siignr.
Hlmr Walalealc JlHiO bagi it)ar.
From Ilamnkua, vr stiiir U'nliilcule,
Feb 2.V Wm Horner, F.llen McOuIro anil :i
From Vancouver, per ("ABB Arawa.
Feli'.'l l)r niul Mrs t umphell, nurse anil
I'hllil, Ml KliuuYs, Miss frtstlu, ami It
From Kouil, iK'rsttnr Mlkaba a, Feb 2"
-0 11 HMiop, Master K lllshop, ,cnr
Mart, Mrs W Taylor, (' ilil Pel, Mrs II
BiialiiliiKi J ilo Fries, J Bllva, Ah Hung, Ah
. I'UtiK. niul M deck.
From Maul, tier stmr Claiidlne. IVIi2-
W 11 (iirnwcll. Mis. II Cormvell, Mis
Allele Wlddllleld, II I. Van Winkle. Miss
A Alexander, Mrs (' I. Wkdit, Mrs I'niiii, J
W Colvlllo. Mrs II Wilkinson, 0 (1 Freu
man, l'rof Koebclo, Mrs W J Blielduu, Ah
Young ouil 2!ldevk.
ForBvdney, per (' A B H Arawa, Fehil
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. JUDICIARY JOTTINGS.
Thistle Club this ovoiiing.
Suar is quoted at 3.37 c, a slight
1. O. baud at Emma Square this
Lodge lo 1'rogres will meet this
The Crescent basoball club will
moot this ereuitig.
Tho now Board of Education is
holding its first meeting this after
noon. Two natives, Kaili and Kaauun,
returned as steerage passengers on
the S. S. Australia.
Tho Misses Albu are rusticating
at Ahuhnanu ranch, and will return
to town Wednesday.
Tho owner of a second-hand row
ing tuachiuo can find a purchaser by
corresponding with P. O. Bos Ilil.
J, F. Morgan will hold an under
writer's salo at tho store of U. Hack
fold & Co. at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
A fire is reported to havo broken
out at 1'auoa yesterday. A mother
and child wero scorched by the
W. W. Lindsay, who arrived by the
Australia, is a representative of tho
extensive Baltimore & Ohio railway
The jowelrvaud tools of the store
of A. Shepnrd will be sold at auction
by J. F. Morgan at 10 o'clock to
morrow. J. O. Kothwell, who was removed
from the rosl Ollice lor political
reasons, has been succoeded by V.
A reward of $10 was offered ves
torday for tho apprehension of V. .1.
Lawton, a deserter from the U. S. S.
Doings at Torm and in Chambers
Before Judge Whiting al Circuit
Court term this morning, a foreign
jury rendered a verdict of guilty
against Kurnzoo Morioka and Utaro
Shigeuaga on the charge of assault
and battery. G. K. Wilder, D. A.G.,
for prosecution; Neumann for do
feitso. Prisoners wero lined $;U) each.
Nolle prosequi wero entered in
the cases of Ah Sing, gross cheat
(Davidson for defendant) and Chun
lling, receiving stolen goods (C. W.
Ashford for defendant).
Ah Sing appeared for trial this
afternoon on two charges of opium
in possession. He Is a smoker.
Through the Interpreter, being with-
, out counsel, he offered to plead
guilty in one case if let off in the
other. A jury was in the box and
tho Court ortfered it to render a ver
dict of guilty in one ease, and tho
other was nolle pros'd. Prisoner
was given the minimum line of $50.
Mr. Wilder announced that the
charge against Ah lling for posses
sion of opium would lie dropped.
Neumann for defendant.
In the case of Ah Wing, posses-
i sion of opium, the witnesses were
the dead ollicer Kauhauo and his
. wounded comrade Kaouli in hospi
tal, and It could not be reached this
term. Neumann for defendant.
Chun You was put on trial for
nsanlt with dangerous weapon.
' Maroon for defendant.
I The petition of L A. Thurston for
discharge as assignee of .lohu Ilieh-
! nrdsou, bankrupt, came before Judge
Cooper at chambers this morning
and continues this afternoon. Carter
A: Carter for petitioner: . . Ash
Rich Red Blood
Results from taking Hood's
The ship II. 1. Cheney Is loading with
Migur ut llio I'uulllc Mall wharf
Tho II. B.B. Adums mid Philadelphia
took In coal on Buturday, mid thu Japanese
The 8. 8. oceanic will be duo from tho
(.'oast en mule to t'liluu on March Mh,uud
the 8. B. Alamedu en route to the Colonies
two da) s later.
The ('. A. B. B. Arawa, Stewart comman
der, arrived ntilo'clock Butiinlay afternoon
after an uneventful voyage. Vancouver
was left on the lmh lust., and headwinds
and heavy seas delayed the passuge. Bhe
left again early jestertliiy (Sunday) morn
ing. Tenders had lieeu invited hut the con
tract lint let for getting tho barkeiitlnu
Wrestler oil' tho rocks at F.Miulmalt when
the Arawa sal.ed. Bhe had Knocked some
holes in her botlnm hut, If a southern gale
held oil', It was thought she woulil not bo
hard to float.
The steamer 1'ule left here at noun on
Thursday for llanauiuulu, Kutial, with a
monster steam plow for tho plantation
The heavy machinery wus safely landed
and tho 1'ele lefl batuiday, arriving here
esterday afternoon. This is considered
as quick handling by those who have seen
ford for opposing creditors.
Judge Cooper isued an order to
day for the pavineiil of one hundred
dollars counsel fees by the guardian
of the libellaut to ootinrel for the
libellee in the divorce case of II. U.
Commander Mttllau will assume MeCSrcw vs. Alphonsine MeUrew.
command of the U. S. S. Marion on Carter .V Carter for libellaut; C. W.
her arrival at San Francisco from Ashford for libellee.
tho Chlua station. B. U. Von, formerly superintend-
..,,,, , , , out of schools for Plumas county.
IS. a. Sachs has just received a (itlCnmr, .,. t,r,.n..i.i i,..r.,r.. ii...
largo i shipment of new goods, among ehluf Justice under extradition pro
which am tho latest spring nnd sum- w iMj,, morning. Attorney-Ueu-mor
dross materials. eral W. O. Smith appeared for the
Soy Young and two others wero
fouud not guilty in the District
Court to-day of managing and con
ducting a cue fa bank and were dis
Ah Han, a Cliiuamau who was
caught by Captains Andrews and
Parker on Saturday with opium in
possession, ollereu the otllccrs a jm
bribe to lot him go.
The native assistant jailer at Lihue
was struck by lightning on Thursday
last iu thu heavy thunderstorm. His
hair was singed and ho sustained
bodily Injuries, lie was still alive
at latest accounts. i
Part of tho steamer C. It. Bishop
lately wrecked between llauamatilu
and N'awiliwili is now piled up high
and dry ou the beach. The boiler is
almost out of water. Wreckage is
strewn all along the beach.
An article on undeveloped re
sources appears to-day from the pen
of the Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s
scribe. It contains food for thought
and winds up with useful informa
tion as to how food for the stomach
can be best cooked.
FOR SAX MtAXCISCO.
Till; Al STK.VM.3IM I'
vvn.i. i.k.vvi: noNoi.n.r
ins Tin. emi i. roar
Saturday, March 3d,
The undersigned are now prepared to
Issue Through Tickets Irom this cltv to all
IMilnts In the t'nltrd Slates.
Mr, Cha: Walker
Of Ban Francisco.
"For aorcrat joars 1 have bm troubled with
btotcliei toil pimples on my faca and bodr.
which were tf ry annoying. I trlrd several pre
scriptions, And alio otiier mfllclnci, but they
Hood's x Cures
did ot seem to tsnint me. I.aM fall a friend
nlvlu-d me to try lloml's hsMiipatlllk. 1 u
determined to cite It
A Thorough Trial.
After using two buttlci, my skin returned to Ks
n.itural state. I still mo IU oi It gives mo
strength and vlcor. I neer bad belter btalth
In my life, ntid 1 one It 1 1 taking HixhI'i Huma
p.irlfla." Ciias. Vi.m:ii. wild t'arvlll Mffr
Co., 40 Klghtli Htrect, :ltl Francisco.
Hood's Pills mo l ho best after-dinner
mil, assist digestion, cure headacbe. 2Sc.
lIOlIltUN, NKVVMAN A t'O.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
DA VIS-n.KMINCl -In this city, I'eh. Jl.
IMU, at the resldeiire of and by the
Ituv. il II. Parker, Juhu M. llavis of
bunion, Knuluud, to .Mrs. Mary A.
Fleming, of lloiiolulu. No curd.
JAPANESE COOK IN JAIL.
Stolo Nearly a Hundred Dollars from
About ton days ago H. Henjes, re
sitling no Nuuaiiu Valley, missed
$02.50. the amount including two
$20 bills. Tho Japanese cook, T-ovo,
was suspected of having taken the
money and Mr. Henjes imparted in
formation of his loss and suspicion
to the police.
After investigation by the dotec
tivo force, Detective Toina was des
patched to thu residence on Satur
day to boo Toyo, and gain from him
a confession if possible. Toma was
partly successful, recovering $25 of
the stolen money, of which $20 was
fouud hidden iu the carriago house
and $5 under one of tho legs of a
bedstead. Toyo was brought to tho
Police Station, where he is held for
investigation, and possibly ho may
account for the balance of the
Toyo changed one $20 bill at Bun
sou, Smith A; Co.'s where he bought
$1.50 worth of something. The
other he changed in a saloon.
information: the rcsp iideut in per
sou. Respondent was remanded to
the custody of the Provisional Oov
erumetit, to be surrendered to the
authorities of the State of Califor
nia. Fuss is accued of the crime of
cmbc.zlcuiont of public moneys.
Ollicer .lohu S. Bransford will take
the priMiiuT back to California.
I'oss has been teaching school at
Kilnuea. I'A-.Marshal V. B. Wilson
1 hile in olllce received the lirst in
quiry ami located him iu the islands.
BOUND fOH SAN FIIANOIS0O.
1 Booking for tho Two Next Oceanic
The followiutr r.re bunked at the
' ollice of W. 15. Irwin A; Co., to leave
bvtheS. S. Australia on Saturday:
1 Mrs. Tilestou, Mrs. C. A. Adams, the
; MIhss Albu, M. 1.. M. IMuukett, Miss
Brand, Miss L. Dick, Clay Larunore,
Miss harimore, II. W. Morgan, A. It.
Kauaga, 12. Mal.feldt, C. C. Cole
man, Hon. C If. llihop, Dr. Pooto,
12. II. Scott, T. II. Davies and son.
Dr. .1. A. Cloud, Miss Millie1), M.
(.'reen, C. l. Steadiuau and wife, T
Bishop and wife.
On March H. tier S. S. Marinosa.
--i-.i .. -j.-.i . tt i -
wno pain a iiuo oi .ruo-ior Having , ior m francisco: t. .Mav ami wile,
opium unlawfully iu possession, was .1. L. McLean and wife, Horace
arrested on Saturday on a charge of ( Britrge, .1. Ividuidl, Mrs. C. S. Mead
embezzlement of about $275, the and daughter. W. Boss, George W.
property of a fellow-countryman. Sehee, . S. Mcl.aury. II. H. Heiilon,
Choy is out on bonds. j Dr. Brynon and wife W. II. Hughes
-,. . I, . . i. . i and wife, Mr. S. Hughes, P. B.
i Tiv1 " y i I . I'regory, A. .M. WoiMlrtanl, wife and
ior foul of her prope ler in docking i c ft w w ni,.k..
Saturday night. Alex. Lvle wont m , r J
ANPMIIKK OK TIIVI'OTH. V VTKll
V Clicks (iron hound 'iV) KitHon each I,
Coral Itork, lniuantltli's to suit, delivered
one tulle from the Post Ollice at " relit
er load. Apply to
T. V. 1IAWI.INH,
llell Tele. M. I. O. Ilox I. t. Ilil
For further imrtVuhirs n itardlui:
rrviHin or rnsii(!e, ivppij to
VM. (I. MtWJN .V CO., I.'n,
tH!t (leneral Apents.
I'EH S. S. "ATsTUAUA."
At tbe Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprlotor.
JL nary will uive a Cmnert the Kvciilii),'
of March :kl. 'I he proceeds to be ued to
pitrchne a I'himi for the School, Aillnl
Ion, ;s iviiis. iu nt
AT THE CLUB STABLES !
Fourth Hont, 9:15.
Mndo nt Stockton, Cal ,
Sopt. 33, 1803.
Hire, Prompter, '.'..'UCi. by JUne Hull, TA. Ilam, Urace, b llui'ititneer, 'i.'-'sl. Prompter
Is uNu thu sire of Amx, ii'i Triinlt. JtJH1., Wnlker, .':J.I( Wules. j;:T!i ; Chleo,
'J:Jt; mid of the Dams llrilllintliio, J:IT a-'d fcor, J:!s. 'iiucn.it" Is J-t black, one
hind while fiMit and a small strlK In face. Weight l,uvj iinds, Is ver styli-h. neie
tin, n l'imkI producer and a Kiime race hor-e. W II -tiiud for n limited uiimlier of mures
nt FIFTY ( 0) DOI.I.AKH F'llt Till: SKASO.S, p yiMe tit time of service
horse u 1 1 red In Is'.L' to forty-six mares and produced (orty-tvMi culls.
The Newest and the Latest
CAN- ALWAYS ISU I'OfN'P AT
nsr. s. s-A.cns'
Sao Fort street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
This is the laici Improvement In llovs hlrt WhM and a tr-ie friend to
uiothersl no more button to on us the-" cannot conn nil ebaw
them In white and in fancy ix-rca'ps fpun i" cent upward
HOYS- CALICO WAISTS IN AM. SI.I.S AT i'. i KN If.
tlet Shil.e III
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them In t'rrnm, Carllnal, Nav lllne and Scil Drown.
rilll.DKKN't) AND INFANTS FANCY FI.ANNI'.I. CnATf at verv tow price.
w.vri:iti:i) ..n iiiitiitNr- in am. cui.uits
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pninoiincisl the bel by all who have Ivi n them n irlnt. V- hive
iiiem ior mule, pMii. ciiii.in'ii it n iniiii n pi-iiu, riniMsi, iirnp tiKli
n .iiieiii to niMii
ainl oicu work.
I ndle' Adeline l.lni'k S'tis-km
liidles' lliamotid Mack Mixkiiu- nt
cent H.-r p.ilr.
Have jou een the CM I' llltKN'rt SCHOOL MATl tlnil we are el.ln fur 'JUi-eiit?
The are jut the tiling fur It ? Olrl.
Ivtl. S. X-.EI"V" Y
513 JJobinson Block, Hotel Slroot.
A LAItni: AKStUCTMKNT OF
' Pfifinn ' n"v'' ',,,,'" '",ni('l',l l'.V
. VJldll .Mu..!.M.iikS.i:Sii.va,hii-
1). 11. DAVIS.
FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
Tliow Choy, a Chinese merchant
POSTAGE AND FOSTOFFICE.
One Cent Stamps Exhuuatud Tho
The Inst of thu ono-ennt Hawai
ian stamps was sold this morning,
and none remain in stouk in thu
Poatofllee. The nuont ion now arises,
" What are people Koiiif,' to put on
letters addressed iu the vyY The
Postmaster-General will uo doulit
he able to solve the tiostion. Sev
eral eomplaiuts were iiiatle to 1'ost-master-Geiieral
J. Mori Oat this
A little while Imeli, when the sub
ject of Deputy rostinastor-Ueuorol
J. G. Hoi liwell's successor was under
discussion iu thu Councils, it was
Konerally undemtood that the pres
out employees in the i'ostolllee
would be promoted, and the new
appointee uiveu a position at the
Doiioiu. The appoint meiit of W.
ij. Atwater lo tiie vacnuey made Ii
.Mr. Kotuweii settles It, This
" Irish promotion."
down in thu Marine Knilwny 'siloing
dress and with considerable trouble
cut thu impediment away. The
work took him till .') o'clock .Sunday
Thu Bulletin acknowledges with
thanks the lucuipt, through I'tir.-er
James of thu Australia, of a ticket
to Uoouu's Wild Animal Aieuti at
the Midwinter Fair, from U. V.
McGarvie, manager. This wild
beast show will be exhibited iu llo
iiolulu nfter thu Midwinter Pair.
Kum Wun, the notorious Chinese
burglar, was brought be'orethe l)i
trict Magistrate this uiorniug. lie '
waived examination and was coinuiit
ted for trial to thu Circuit Court.
In thu meantime a petition will Ii"
presented to the government, that
Kum Wuu bo deported to China. i
Commander J, J. liryce has been :
ordered lo relieve Commander Nel
son of thu U. S. S. Adams at this
port. Captain liryce will sail from
Sau Francisco with Admiral Kirk- i
laud ou March 17. Captain XcImiii
will bo regretted here by many '
friends. Ilo is to have two months'
leave of absence from the service.
The folks will be astonished on j
Thumday evening next. A program
to surprise all will be given at the
Opera House, thu occasion being n
benefit tendered to Mr. I'luukotl.
manager of thu Misses Albu. l'rof.
liurgur is at work and is going to
pack the house to sull'ocatioii, 'So he
says." Get your seat reserved al l.
J. Levey's store.
Philpt alias Frank Morris is again
in the toils, having been pulled in
yesterday for vagrancy. Philplwa
landed here from a sailing vcxncl ami,
finding himself stranded, began bog
ging at houses. He was atiented
and later released on promise to ship
before the mast ou a foreign bound
vessel. This time the aulhoritiox
will probably see that he gets a pass
port. Ily mistake the purser of the
Arawa gave tho Hi u.i:tin files of the
liritish Colonist newspaper for out
two daily contemporaries and three
papers iu Australia. Thev uorodono
up in neat packages nil stmuglv
bound together, and (he llii.ixris
address being ou top caused (he
mistake. The steamer had sailed
before thu parcel wai opened, so thai
(ho Colonist will be inlssed by its
I Sydney exchanges.
u f Till-:
New-York Life Insurance Co.
JOHN A. McOALL, President.
IN KVKNINd .SIIAHKS
Wool Dl'tlrlS (lOOlls.
Shawls, Kt, Htc
prii'tor of i hf IIawaiiax.Iai'-
anii: li.v.AAi:. Hotel "street,
to sell hi stock of .l.l'
JCC?- A li assortment l'
kins will lie sold I.KSSTIIAN
513 Roblmon Block, Hotel StreM.
National Cane Shredder
I'.VTKNTKI) HNIlKIt I'HK LAW.- Ml- I Hi: HAWAII V. IHI.ANIli.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
Ul'SlNKSS OF 18M.
HAIL IN HONOLULU.
Heavy Storm from thu Northwost
At noon today a telephone mes
sage was received from Waialua
stating that a heavy thunderstorm
was prevailing there and it was rain
ing cats and dugs. About an hour
later peal of thunder were heard iu
town coming from that direction,
, and ig.ag lightning illumined ap-
1 prime hiug black clouds.
At 'JilJtl o'clock rain reached the
l oily and idiortl.v after meages by
telephone were received from the
I'lniiiH and Punchbowl idopu that
hailMullc the ii.e of peas weie fall
ing iu i luxe luculilics. Penis of
iliiiuilor anil lightning Hashes are
heard and m'dii at intcivnU, and there
is a steatlv fall of rain.
i Oysturs l'lautucl at Ewa
While W. N. Annlroiig and the
I Star were talking uyhler. .lohu F.
, Culburii had acted toward solving
I ln problem. I'.. the Australia ou
Saturday Mr. I'olburn received U.'ilKl
' oysters for planting in his fish pond
i al Pearl (ny. They were put down
i the same evening, all excepting a
lew .Mr. I oihiiru Kept out fur plant
ing without expectation of increase
-iu the physical ecouoiiiv of him
self, fainilj "and a few friends. This
took place at a .small dinner party
al his hoiie otirda.t eiuiiig. The
oysters proved to be of the finest
flaor. If the experiment of plant
ing them iu Hawaiian water succeed, j
a notable addition will be made to i
the domestic fund supply.
l'ortuguoiu Politics. j
Mr. Viva'n Porliigue.se Sunday
M'lioul at the drill shed yesterday
was ntteiideil by about 7(1 pemons,
, 'J."i being adults and the rest children
1 under l.'i ears old.
Thern weie about ''.") Portuguese
preeut at the special meeting of
tin' Piuiugii"'!' branch of the Amer
ican I ai i x mi Saturdii.N evening,
MM'ill live new IllolllliMr Weie en-
A lumber pile fell on the city
flout tins morning. Several work
men narrow h escaped bmiig killed.
.1(1 JWhiIj J ('uiitinrrtitil I'rintiaii j
;irnriljj rSfuiiUil ill Into tiIk fli Ihf
HnlUli; fjih'iu, I
I'lelllilllll Ilieoiue .
Interest, Kenls, eto
Kiidowiiiont.s mid Annuities
Dividends, Ptiruliascil liisitnitice, etc
Total to Policy Holder,
Number of Xow Policies Issued
Amount of New Insurance Written
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COXniTION .1A.NITAUV I. 1SJH.
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Liabilities, -I per cent Standard
Number of Policies in Force
Amount of limitrauLT in Force
IMtOUKESS IN 1SJW.
Increase iu liunuliU to Policy Holders :
Increase in Assets
I uciease iu Surplu.s
Inercuse iu liisurnuco Written
IncieiiM! iu liiniiraticu in Force
Increase iu Number of Policies iu Force
Increase iu Number of Policies Written in IS'.i.'!
Increase in New Premium. Income over that of
. 1-18,7110,781 20
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TUIK t'N'DKHSKSNKl) HAVK I1KKN AI'l'OlNI F.i Swl.i: AtJKNT;
IIicpc SlIliKliliKlls niul are now piep.inil In iccoiw nnler.
The Kio.il uiU.tutuKos to lie deriveil lioin the u-e nf Hie N. rioNAi. '.sr.
SliitKiiiiKH are thoroughly esUl.lishe, ,niil .ickimwluliil liv I'liiiitir
Koiiondly. 1'lie lilTKC llllllllier uf Planters iiiiik tllelll III llie I'nil.d Slntc, Cllli.i,
rK'Utine Hi-public, IVru, Vtisirdin .mil el-ewlnie, Immi witm-ss to tin
ii In i e cluiiii.
The use of the SlIlliailiKli very largely uiuiueiit the iiu.iiilily ( ciiue
! null c.ui Kriii'l (-"i to ."ill .), nUu the t xtMcomi '. jun i.i i . J'j.
.UCKlMiil, m.iklllK kllnun ill mire
In thu following roupocts thu Nuw York Lifu, in 18011, him I1HOKEN ALL
HE0OHOS over mailu by Uursult or any othur Ooinpuny.
Is a ureal ..iICL'il.uil. m.ikllli' kllnun ill unci- lie- m sence nf .inv
pieces nf in. ii. slakes fmui cms, or niiylliniK hi'h umilil l liable to il.ini.ip
the mill, niul allnwinu iimpli tun to nuiove -me- l.t-f. n d.im tine. the mill.
The SiiUKliliKU if very tmiiKl.v in nle, ami lriu 'In iiiauin i of it,. o.. ra
tlnil il cuts or tears thee pie.'c .il wnoil m iron vwtleeit oiieu lircukuiK Ihe
SlliiKliliKli; niul if any Iiiiik lucuks, it i simply i-iiu o tin kimc oi cutlers,
which can he ipiickly mnl icoiioiun ally nplaenl. The Siiiikhukh, as its
name unbeaten, lean- the cmie into ihii-ili nl varving leuuih, peiiciilv opt n
illg il mnl idlowiiiK the mill In thorniiKlilx pu. mil the juices willmul it
ipiiriiig III. iinnieiisc e.xiru powir ii'cesm t.. nml or i m.-h the vvhole
emie. The .SniiKiini;it spie.nls the slin-ilileil cine iitiifonul) mul eveiilv to
the mill rolls, mul iloe nwiy with the iicccm-iiv o i-pieailm lie haKiiss'e by
hmiil hetwc ii the mills, wheie p-giimliug i in u-e No gn.itii amount of
lioilm Oilp.iutty Ik teipiireil to npeluli Ihe MIKKKIiKK t hit II lh.lt ulncll .lf
siltliciciil (or the mill, fot Ihe nlioe ienoiis We I nr m-li full uoikiii):
ilrioviugs fur the iiiHiitll.ii kiu oi oiu .Siiiikhiii'.iis, euahliii miy compt tent eu
Kineer in suiceshfiilly un-tall ami stait them.
Iu onlcring Smihinihiis lioin Us. please si ml mu ill rketch, shiiii: lie
iliu meter mul wnlih of ihe mill mils wuli wheh Mliilililu i i to he coumcti il,
also the side (either right or li-tt liuml as you face .lehvery Mile of the
llllll), Upon which llie mill cliuille I lot ntcil, iiImi tin III lylll Irolll llonl hue
In center nf (rout null mil hhiili, ami ib'tauce ceiuei this -hill to front cm!
nf lied pinto. These SlliiKliliKli lire imU' lieing ll-iil h Ihe Hllo Sugar t'o.
anil Hani .Mill, Knh.da, mIuic ih an kiviiik ureal saiisf..ctioii
I'liccsitml fni 1 1 ii-j pirticiilu- m i In had h uppHitik- to
Fiust Number of policies applied for in I SO:! '.i."i,."iiH5
SccoNii Number of new policies actually written iu l.V.i:
Tiiihii Amount of new in-urance i.-ued iu I MCI . ..f22.'ilMl(i,ooo ,
Imiciitii Nuiiiber of new policie-. uetually paid for iu IS'.cl
Firni Net gain iu new business over the previous year
" 1,8 1 2,000 j
Sixth Net increase in number of polieie- in force . . . .:i7,0o.s '
WM, G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
Si'f I i'hf I' i thr .mi.iii,i lililnl
Scvkntii Net gain in iiiMirauec in fm
ui:si;iivi. AiiKsr. Hawaiian imi.amw.
- - Al I III-: rA.MOI's. hlOKK Or
. f. bh:iliEk,s &c go.
BOB St SI 1TOR.T STR.I3110T
Canton Wash FaTorios !
Imllilmilili-Ciilluli l-'iiliric Si Mli tills m'iimiii He' i lie. i lire (hi-.hiimiIi-. el I'liuif
silk, to sit ilii'in ilium to uiir' tali' ilii'in.
Hllk lluisli )nl out real l-'ri'liili li'.imis arc tin lluesi lint lln emir el tln schmih
OHShmere Sublimes SO Cents Ya.rcl I
OiiimiI tln liniiisiiiinst Wh.Ii Mii if in. s das si Aen I'litliviy tif niul
lur tlic irlir Ima uui'iiliii
VVlaite Hjefwris n-iici Dimity I
In I'lnln, HtrlHil nml (,'luvkisl In griM vsrii'ty.
fW DrtwMklng Oadir Un HuuBaBt ol MRt. RENNUR. Jti