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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO,
KKOM AN1) AFTRK JUNK 1. I8a3.
To Kwa Mill.
I). J). A.
wiave Honolulu 8 lift 1:45 4:35
Leave Pearl City 9:30 2:30 6:10
Arrive Kwa Mill 0:67 2:57 6:30
lnvK Kwa Mill 0:21 10:43
L ave l'eorl City 0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:65 4:58
A. Saturdays only.
C. Hunuaya excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
b anilji UtU.
TUESDAY, FEB. 27, 1894.
Tukshat, Kelt. 27.
Stmr Iilkpllku front Hainnkiin
LOCAL AMD OENEBAZ. NEWS.
Court Catnoos will moot this even
ing as usual.
The Misses Albu returned from
Ahuimauu about midday.
Diamond Head, 3 p.m. Weather
hazy, wind light southwest.
Local Minstrel Show Personal
The Wnilului Dramatic and Mins
trel Club gave their third perform
ance at their latolv ncnuired enter-
' tninment hall, the Wailuku Skating
v- r-:t .. .ni .. i.o,r, ljl) lnst Wednestlay, zlst instant.
l,L.S(nT.S Ln chauB I The uncertainty of the weather
hauds untiUhe 1st of April. doubtless prevented many up-couu-
Thore are rumors of Chinese mor- try pooplo from coming, who other
chants adoptiug tho boycott system, wise would havo taken in the show.
I There was a una moon and n clear
Twenty-six passonKers left on the ky in tho etoniug. however, aud
steamer Kiuau this afternoon for tho ouito a number of spectators came
Volcano. ' down by train from Paia and
Purser Wallace's log is slowly re-, Sproekolsvillo, who, togother with
pairing, and ho hopes to be about in '"J mhabitauts of ailiiku and Ka
il few (lays. hului, made quite a good-sized audi
- - - once.
Tho steamer Likellko oxporieurnd , Although impeded by various ob-
fiuo weather along the liamakua structions aud desertions, tho boys
coast this trip. managed to got up a very respectable
, r TT 7T i entertainment. Tho first part of
Sorvico, in tho Gorman inngiiamt, program consisted of plantation
will bo hold next Sunday at 10:J0 Bong9 for 80i0 autJ cuorg) jtor8.
Tukkiiay, Feb. 27.
Btmr Klnnu for bilinlim, MnalacA, Make-
im, Malmkona, Knwnlliao, Itupahoe-
lioo, llakalau, Honotnu, l'oliakumanu,
i'ciicvkro, Unoinea, 1'apalkutt aud Hllo
at 2 p in
Stmr Claudlne for Kahulul, Keanae, Hana,
Hatnoa, Klpaliulu, Nun, l'aauliau, Kit-
kalau at 0 p m
Stmr Mlknlmlo for Nnwlllwlll, Koloa,
Eleele, Mnkawcll, Walnicttoml Kcknhn
at 6 p in
Stmr Walnluato for la!inlnn, Kiikulhaelo
aud llonokna at IU a in
Slmr Kllauva Hon for Ulowaln, llakalau,
Veaiol Leaving To-morrow.
ltlthet, Morrison, for San
Haw lik It 1'
a.m. at tho Y. M. C. A
Fivo boats woro brought on tho
dock of the bark Galveston from
China, and aro ofTorcd for sale.
Tho P. G. band gave its usual
weekly concert on tho Executive
building grounds this morning.
Remember the Kawaiahao Semi
nary concert on Saturday oveniug.
Got tickets early at any of tho ad
A groat musical event tho bene
fit by the Misses Albu aud Prof.
Bergor to Mauagor Pluukutt on
FOR SAN KRANCISCO.
rilK Al STKAM8HII'
Cargoes from Island Port.
For Kniml, ior stmr James Makce, Kcli
20 V N Armstrong, Mri l'osand 2 child
ren and 10 deck.
Kor Maknwcll. cr utmr Iwalnnl. Feb I'll
K O l)atnrocu, M use Homier (:i) nml
Kor Kaunl, pcrxtmr Mlknhala, 1VI 27
I)r Campbell and wife, Mr H Uonbcrg, U
1' Green, K(i CornMi, 0 Adams and others
Kor Maul nml Hawaii, per stiiir Kluiiu,
Kcb 27 Kor the Volcano: A M Wood
Hard, Mrs Woodward, V H Htlitlies, Mrs
S HurIics. II 1. Van Wlnklu, K C KelloKK.
l)r HoyMin, Mrs iloyron, Mrs HtiKlies, Yy
W Lindsay, K II OroKory, II (1 Jiiuklu, J
11 Dlstalrath, Father Hft'kcv, A llriuiiMin,
t: 8 McUury, J,V Belice.V V I'ratl, J I.
MoLaiiry, Minn Mead, Mr Moii.l, MU H
Van Wfnk'o, Mint C U KcIIokk. Ml H K
Wilder, Mrs O I. Wight aniOHim Cooko.
Kor Wayports: Mrs Ixiavitt, Ah Yoiuii?,
('has Williams, J Medtilro, Uoo Weight,
wife and 3 children, MU Daniel, KOgu
ra, ltev J II Kobe. J M Dattu, W II Anil, U
Htoeckle, (' J Kulk, Joi Nuwulil, W C Auiil,
Foreign Vossola Expoctod.
ASS Wnrrlmoo, l'orry, from Sydnoy,
due Feb 28
(MOBS Oceanic, Smith, from San Fran
cisco, due Murch 5
0 8 8 Mariposa, Huywanl, from 8ydney,
due March M
O ,t O H ri (laellu, l'curne. from Hongkong
and Yokohiima, due Muy II
Am bktuu Hknlt, from l'ori Uamble, uow
Am hk Harvester, from San KranrUco to
Hllo, Jan 21
Am liktnu DUcovury, from San Krauclico,
Ilk M Hnckfelil, from Liverpool, June 1-15
Haw bk Hulun U fewer, from New York,
Am hell Salvator. from N S W. Jan 2!)
Am bktuu Hllo, from N S V, Jan :U
Ilk Xanilppe, from N 8 W, Jan 2U-31
tier bk Uulvoston, from Ainoy, now due
(Jer bk J O Uladc, from Liverpool, Apr 1-10
Lyman 1) KoMcr, from N S W, Keb 12
hch (lolden Hlioro, from Ncwcuitle, N.S.W.
Vessel in Port.
U 8 8 Philadelphia, Darker, from Callao,
II 8 H Adams, Nelson, from a crulxe
11 II M 8 Chuiuploii. Itonke, hMiuliuault
J1IJ MB Nanlwa, Marl, from Jupun
Am ship II 1' Cheney, Mother, from De
Am bk 8 0 Allen, Thompson, from Sun
Am bk Matilda, fiwenson, from Duiiartitru
Am Hchr Carrier Dove, llraudt, from Nen-
castle, N 8 W
Am bktuu Irmgurd, Schmidt, from San
llrlt Bhlp Knstcroft, ltliuiuer, from New
castle, N 8 W
l!r bark illalta, Ilarluud, from Liver
pool Haw bk H 1' Hltliet, MorrUon, from 8an
Qer bk Nuutllus, Asulni;. from Llvurpool
(Jer bk (Jalveston, from HoiiKkoiu;
The main boom of the hohiiouur Ka Mot,
beloiiKhiK to Allen ,V Uobiiirou, Is IicIiik
repaired. Alex. Smith has tho eontrau .
The steamer Watal.-ale left this morulliK
for Lahaluu und Humuku. T. Muttlu ws
went as piir'-r, A. McOurii liavlng koiiu In
thu name capacity on the lwuluul.
The tine Hawaiian sp-el bark It. I'.
Kithct, 1'. H. Morrison, will leave to-morrow
for thu Const with u load of snuur
She received thu llual instalment this after
noon. Tho bark (lulveston Is belnj; slowly dis
charged of hur Oriental oirfiii at llruwer's
whurl. Tho bu k presents abitttoed up
(learauce, aud it will no doubt cost the
owners a goodly pile for repairs She was
roughly handled on the wuy from China.
The steamer Llkelike arrived this ufter
noon with HiiMi Imj-s of sugar from I'upui
kou for the bark H. O. Allen, l'urser I'hice
roorts that the steamer Hawaii left Homo
mil yesterduy uvcnlng for Honolulu with a
cargo of sugar. The sleuimtr Ixiliua was
lying at unchor at Kiikiilau w hen thu Like
like passed esturday.
Elovon Chinoso have taken out
passports at tho Custom llonjo for
the S. S. Oceauie due to luavo for
China on March 6th.
Bosidos what it yielded to the
Sailor's Homo, the late concert at
Kaumnkapili Church paid a debt on
thu eloclnu lights of tuo church.
Judgo Cooper only excued the
disengaged jurors one hour this
aftornoon, as it was hoped to get
through Li Man's trial iu that time.
Dr. Campbell and wife, who re
turned from Victoria, 1). C, on thu
S. S. Arawa, roturu to their home on
Kauai this aftornoon by thu Mikn-
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Iuter-Islaud Stoam
Navigation Co. L'd, will bu held at
thu company's oilico on Tuesday
Throe Japs, Ikida, Mi.uha and
Iuamoto, havo been arrested for
keeping victualing houses within
tho past three months without a
J. Casioro, tho murdoroui lml f-
brood, will appear for trial ou March
Oth. Ho is held uudur two charges,
awaiting the verdict of thu coroner's
inquest iuto the death of lim Ktiu
hauu. New dosigus for a flag for thu Ha
waiian Kepublio aro as numerous an
flies around tho Quarantine Station.
bovorai new ones arocxiiimtou. mo
question uow is, '' Will any of tlieiu
C. Stoeckle and W. B. Ash loft ou
tho steamer Kiuau this afternoon for
Maui aud Hawaii. They intend
giving exhibitions ou tho other isl
ands. Mr. Stoeckle took his phono
graph with him.
J. B. Alherton was a fellow-passenger
of tho Misses Albu from San
Francisco. Ho has remembered
them nicely since, having expended
no less than 17 thus far in tickets
for their concerts.
Views of Sans Souci aud Annex,
oxtorior aud interior, nicely framed,
aro ou exhibition in thu Pacific
Hardware Co.'s window, itobert
L,oms htovousons testimonial ap
pears in tho centre of tho frame.
Quong Hoo was sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labor at fifty
contH a day on Saturday last, until
ho was ablo to pay SiM for taxes.
Hoo said ho had boon sick aud had
uo money to settle with the P. G.
Tho Crescent Baseball Club met
at tho Y. M. C. A. yesterday evening,
whon George Angus was elected
captain aud Arthur Wilder secre
tary aud treasurer. Tho treasurer's
report showed a balance of 1! W. Vi,
porsed with more or loss humorous
gags aud jokes. 1 he second part
comprised a farce representing a
court of justice with a decidedly
Uebrow judge, suscoptible to tho
moral suasion of bribes, followed by
a bogus uurbctt-.nitcuoll contest.
A quintet of the members sang
some tery pleasing native songs
while the preparations were going
ou for Mr.Carloy's humorous stump
speech which vus as usual well ren
dered, aud tho program concluded
with a ludicrous farce, "A Desperate
Situation," well sustained.
Tho pinno accompaniments woro
very ably performed by Mrs. W.
T. Itobiuou. who deserves double
credit as having been called iu at
tho last moment to fill an unexpect
ed vacancy and consequently had
had no time to rehearse.
A delegation from the Hana An
nexation Club arrived by thu Clau
dine to-day to attend a political con
vention at Wailuku.
Drs. Tiemau and Kallen, two Ger
man gentlemen of learning, who ar
rived by the Claiidiuu last Wednes
day made the ascent of Haleakala
during WcducsJay aud Thursday,
returning Thursday afternoon and
report fair weatheraud a grand view
at the summit. Dr. Kallen, who is
an Inspector of Schools at Saarlouis,
Germany, and one of the commis
sioners for that empire at tho Chi
cago World's Pair, left for the vol
cano ou the W. G. Hall last night,
and intends to leave b.v thu next
Oceanic for .lapnu and the Orient.
Mis'os Adele Widdifiold aud
Hlanche Coruwell, who havo so
journed at Wnikapu for several
weeks, return by the Claudiuu to thu
The brigautiue C'onsuelo, Captain
.Jncol)en. arrived fiom San Francis
co last Sunday. 18th inst., llj days
out. Shu came iu ballast and left
again last Wednesday with a cargo
of I'-ll tons sugar, valued at 22,
007.85, from Paia aud Haiku.
The '(masted schooner Gleudnlu
from Honolulu, aud the xchoouor
Maid of Orleans, both arrived dur
ing the atieriioiiu of Monday, Hit It
iust. The Maid of Orleans had a
pasngo of IS davs from San Fran
cisco, and brought n full carim of
morebuiidixo for tho 11. C. aud S.
Co. aud others. She sailed on last
Friday, 2lrd inst., with cargo of
I KM) bags sugar, value $ir,170..X).
The Gleiidalo which brought
about 1(17 tons coal as ballast from
Honolulu, has discharged, and will
probably be loaded anil ready for
sea by next .Monday afternoon.
Weather: rainy, with frequent
thunder and lightning and souther
ly winds during tho last four days;
to-(ln, calm, cloudy, with indica
tions of more rain.
Maui, Feb. 21, IS'Jl.
THE COOK WAS BOBBED.
Mi Jennie tlager
Ohio City. Ohio.
Scrofula and All Blood Dlaoa.
"I take great pleasure In siring publlo tes
timony to the value ot Hood's Simparllla for
I have suffered with tlili dlstreMlng trouble
for nearly ten years, and In Uist time have tried
almost every medicine recommended to me
without any relief whatever until, alter much
urging, I gave Hood's Sarsaparllta a trial. It
has been of great benefit, and will effect per
manent cure. I say to all pfuph who suiter
from Hcrotuls. try Hood's Harvipitlllai it will
if. '?" t8'V. M,M Jwf"'- "om Ohl
City, Van Wert County, Ohio.
-My daughter, eleven years old, has btta
troubled with scrofulous catarrh ever slnee she
was three years old. Tnreiitirlclviravelier
no permanent relief. In tho itimmer It com
menced eating Into her note. Wo bought
and gave It to her and It has cured her, for
which we are very thankful. We got one bos
of Hood's Pills and Hko them very much.
Mns. Oaviu C Hiuhkl, Chandlersvflle, Ohio.
HOOD'S PlLLS earsConiUsaUtabritiUrlat
the psrUtalUe MUea ot in auowaUry eaaaL
HOllKON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Wll.l. I.HAVK HONOLULU
inn nil a in iv r. iviRr on
Saturday, March 3d,
The iuiiprlncd are now prepared to
Issue ThruiiRli Ticket" from tills City to all
points Iu the United tjtntc.
Kor further particulars rruardine
Freight or faagc, apply to
W.M. O. lltWIN ,fc CO., L'l.,
lOMIt General Agents.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
ANUMHBIt OF TIIYI'OTS. WATBIt
Casks (iron hound iV) gallon each).
Coral Hock, in iinutHlps to suit, delivered
one tulle from the I'oM Oltlce at 75 rent
ier loud. Apply U
T. W. HAWLINB,
Dell Tele. M. I'. O. llux 4. lKI-lm
At tbe Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
Evrry ilncrlythn oJOU PIUXTIXa
tlonr ill thr Hullrlin Ofllcr,
AT THE CLUB STABLES !
Fourth Heat, 3:10.
Made at Stockton, Oat ,
8opt. 93, 1803.
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS BB FOUND AT
BBO rort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
This li the latest Improvement In Hoys' Shirt WnM mid ii trip friend tn
mothers! no moro buttons to sew on as the-e ciitmut come oil, Wehsve
llii'in iu white and in fancy percales f miii irt eent upward
BOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN ALL SIZKS AT '.': (T.NIS.
Idlest Hlm)ie In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them In Cream, Cardinal, Navv lllno and Seal Drown.
CHILDItKN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FI.ANNKL COATS nt very low prlee.
WATKIIKI) SASH ItlliltONS IN ALL COI.OIIS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They arp pronounced the hct hy all who have given them a irlnl. Wp hive
them for ladles, genl, children and Inf.iii'- Mi pi tin, rllihed. ilrnii tlt"h
and oiieti work. . . . I.iiiIp Adeline lilnek wli kill nilitetd to. 'lienl
Ijidles' Illnmond Hbek Sto:kliu nt i.' ient vr pair.
Have on een thoCHIl IHtKN'S SCHOOL II ATS Hint we tir elilng for '.M cents?
The nrp Just the thing for Ho) s or OlrK
IsL. S- I-iESTy
513 Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
HAS RECEIVED NOTICE !
A I.AIUIK AHSOItTMLNT OF
JlipilllCSC Ollli Ul'lipC lH..!!,M.irs,li!sn.VA1,,,..o.
Hire, I'romptcr, a.:tO.". hy Jtltte Hull, M, Ham, (Irnen, hy Ilitecaiierr.'.VWI. l'mmpter
N al-o thu lro of Ai-x. 'Ji'.ll: Transit. 'VHU; Walker, 'Jiiljf Wnh.s, '.'r.'TH; l-'lnco,
'Jl.'linmlof thnDaiusilrilllautluu.'.'llT a 'd Tgor. :.:. "I'hwilb" Is Je hlnek, one
hind white foot and a smiill strlHi In face. Weight, I.UVi Munds; Is very tyllli. gen
tle, n gixHl pnxlucer and a game race hurrc. W ll stand (or n limited ir.imhcr id mures
nt FIFTY ( II) IXII.LAKH FOK TIIL SKAMIN, i, ynlile til llmcot rervlec. ThU
horse was bred In Iht.' to forty-six mares and produced (orty-two colls.
I). II. DAVIS.
FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
IN F.VKNINO SHAHKS
Wool Dl'CKH Goods,
Shawb, lite, Mtv.
priftopof tin' II.vaiianIai'
ANINi: Ha.AAH, Iloti'l slivi't,
to m'H his Mock of .IAI'
iS3r A liij asMii'tini'iit of
.1 A r.XKS121AIEK NAP
KINS will 111' sold I.KSSTIIAN"
New -York Life Insurance Co.
JOHN A. MoOALL, Prosident.
Thu oz)uriuncu of Goo. A. Ap'tr.
of Gurinan Vnlloy, N. J., in null
worth rumutnlioriiiK. Ho wns trim
lilutl with L'hronlu dinrrlui'n nml
doutoruil for livu nionthn nnd was
trontod hy four ililTiirunl dootorn
without houolll. ltu tlion Ix'Ktin
iihIiil' Ghnmhorluln'H L'oliu, (Jliolora
anil Uiurrhii'n HuiikhIv, of whiuh omi
ninall hottlu uiroutuu a uomplutu
curu, It is for Halo hy nil dnalurn,
HouBon, Smith A: Co., Ak'Ih forltlui
CotnilaintH aro biting inndo of tho
poiaoning of dogn and ohickoiiH. Ho
contly a vnlnablo dog wnn poisoned
noar Thomas Siiuaro and thu othor
day anothor dog and sooral chick
ons woro killed hy tho saino proec.su
ou Qneou strt'ot. Sonio prosequi ionn
for thin practieo would havo a wholo
Tho largo number of carpot hag
touristn who havo boon arriving
from tho Coast, with tho fact that
thoy havo been noon hanging around
tho. government buildings, has atart
od a rumor that thoy aro hero to as
sist tho Quoon. Thoy aro only at
tracted by tho $10 a month salary
aud P. G. grub.
All of tho members of tho now
Board of Education excepting I'rof.
Alexander, absent at Washington,
attended tuo inaugural meeting yim
terday. A lot of routine bun'mes
was tfono. Mrs. Foss was nppoiutcd
principal of tho Kilauea, Kauai,
school for tho rest of tho present
term, with Miss Hadley as assistant.
Tho Sailor's Homo funds haw re
ceived two snug increments within
a fow days. From tho Kauinakapili
Church concert, at which Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Tumor sang, thev re
ceived &I1.50. Capt. Barker of the
l'hilndolphia turned iu SI20 gained
by tho minstrels of his ship at their
concert iu tho Opera Houmi ou
Washington's birthday night
Frank Coirua, a young man mil
ployed by ,1. T. Wnterhouso at I'earl
City, wliile attempting to stop a
runaway horse got run over b a
loaded express wagon and sustained
severe bruises, Ho was laUou to the
city aud soul to Dr. McLonuaii's
oilico, whom his injuries were at
tended to, Ho will probably bo con
II nod to his homo for some weeks.
Toyo nn Honest Man nnd Tunaka
Mr. HiMijes suvs that it was his
Japanese cook, Toyo, who was rob
bed of .)2.f)ll ton days ago and not
himself, and tho oirendor was Tn
iialui, tho yard boy. Too is a very
trustworthy man who wns iu tho
employ of .Ino. Watorhousu eleven
years aud has heen with Mr Itoujes
four years. Tnuakn's friends have
responded to his call for assistance
out of his present dilemma, and this
morning aro canvassing among Japa
nese for the balauco of tho money,
?2."i having boon recovered. Mrs,
Itoujes has miico uiisaoiI a twenty
dollar bill, which Tnuaka has con
fessed to having tnlvcn. I Ins lirings
tho amount to ?! I2..'il). Tanaka is
still iu jail.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
HITSINHSS OF 18!i:i.
I'roiiiitnii liicoinu $ 27,'1.SS,J."7 .M
Interest, Uontd, etc ,;t74 ,'.). 01
Total Income :i:llKO:,ltlil ."
Death Cluiins 8,ll0,(in3.-l(l
Kmlowmuiitrt and Anmiitiea 'i.MM.IO'J.OO
Dividends, l'uroliusuil Insurance, etc I.KIo.iriU.iH
Total to Policy Holders $ .-,038,-ir0.27
513 Roblmon Block, Dotl Stmt.
AT THF. FAMOU8 HTOKK OF
IB. IF. BUXjIESIRS Sc CO.
BOO A BU FOFtT STK.H3H3T.
Canton Wash FetTorios !
A likniUoiiiK l.'ottou Fnlirle; New Htyles tlila aea-on, the eireeti, itre fiu--slmlle of I'lnns
Hllkf, to pee them meiins to cipprciliite tlieiu.
Hllk rjnlsh just ont; rtstl Freneli detlitns ure the llnet nnd the orure of the aeni,nti
Oashmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard I
One of the hndsiiiie-l Wusli Material lhl leatoti entirely new nnd
for the price Imp noeiuinl
White Lsl-wtcis and Dimity I
In i'lalu, 8trl-'d mid Cheeked lu Km,t VHrily.
nrMiBilrlDa (IniUr lh Mnsoninnt nl flR8. RRNNRR. &1
Nnnibcr of Now Polictes Issued ..
Amount of New Insurance Writte
Ml", I M. 00
coditiox jaxitauv i, isoi.
Liabilities, -1 percent Standard
Number of 1'olicic.s iu Force . . ,
Amount of Insurance in Force .
. 770,1 Oli.ttTiS (10
A Work of Art.
In one of tint windows of tho Pa
cific Hardware Co. there is en view,
iu a massive oak frame, n series of
photographic scenes of our famous
marine hotel, "Hans Souci." Tho
photo work is from the gallery f ,1.
I. Williams, and fully sustains the
high reputation of that establish
ment. Tho highly artistic and su
perb lettering is tho work of Mr.
viggo Jucobseu. nnd for artistic
beauty of design and harmony iu
coloring, lenos nothing to bo sug
gested by tho most fastidious critic.
It is alas pleasing to inspect Mr.
lacobsou's work, but iu this latest
example he has excelled himself, re
solcd, no doubt, to maintain his
own in tho Midwinter Fair, where
this work will bo forwanled by the
A IloiiBonini; Dog.
A Chinaman's dog. following its
master's wagon iuto town on King
street this morning, sei.cd tho coin
of the Aiherliser delivered at Mr.
IditiugV door aud toie it to pieces.
This is ouo of the most convincing
instances iu evidence of reason iu
dumb annuals which has ever boon
recorded, Uow tho Chinaman's dog
knew that the Advertiser iu that
issue Hopped clean oor against any
Chinese labor immigration is a
i The Marshal was again "stuffed"
lo-da li one of the numerous
specials hat tho report was could
not bo learned, nut u was pronaoiy
something sensational, and as usual
pertaining to tho blooming royalists.
1'KOGlttiSS IN lfcHW.
Increase in llonofits to I'olicy Holders ;
I nereaso iu Assets
Increase in Hurplus
Increase iu liiiiiraiiro Written
Increase in Insurance iu Force
Increase in Number of Policies in Foice
Inciense in Number of Policies Written in ISH.'i
Increase in New l'lemiums Income over thai of
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKSTKII 1'SHKIt THK LAWS OF I'lIK HAWAIIAN ISLAMIa.
ii on i r.x
In tho following rospocts tho New York Lifo, In 1803, baa BROKEN ALL
RECORDS over mudo by Horaulf or any othor Ooinpuuy.
Hall i itStti Hii JUV 1 J I x ' I k' -SWUM.. ' 'J?'-- -.,.. J
Fiiist Number of policies) applied for iu IStC!
Skchnh Number f new policies actually written in
ln i Kit Amount of uow insurance Uiiied in IS'.W .,
Fni'liTH Number of new policies actually paid for
. .00,01 HI
Firm Net aiu in new biininesi
Sixth Net increase in number of (nilicii
Slvk.viii Net uu iu insurance in force
over the jnevioui year
01 ,81 -J ,001)
iu form ..
O. O. BEJR.O-BPI,
(iCNi'.uvi. aciknt. Hawaiian ihi.anhh.
ryillE UNDBKSKJNKD IIAVK HKKX Al'I'Oi.N I KH Stil.K AliKNTS Full
thceo SliiiKUliKiis mill are now piepioul tn icceiM' lllllcr.
The gi nut nihuuinnc!. to he tlcmcil from tic iim- of the Nation i. i'ank
Siiiikiiiikk are tlnirunglily odtnlilishcd mid acknowl, ducil liv I'luiiteri,
Tlui laro iiuinltcr id l'liiut iimiik them hi (he Wuiieil Sutler, I'tilm,
Argcntiiio Itupuhhc, Porn, Aurir.iliii onl eUcwiicie, hc.u wituerr to thu
Tho iironf the SiiitKiiin.H very l.npdy iiugiuciitr tin- ipimititv ,( cmiic
the null cnii (jrinil ('J5 to fill .), also 11, c exti.iciinu ', juice (,.ri to '2',),
It is u gicut k.ifugiiiiril, niiikiiiK kimwii nt tunc ihcprtreuc, ulum
pieeer of iron, rlukor from cuir, nr miyihnn; m Iu-Ii umiiIiI l, li.ihlc ( (Lounge
Hie null, mul allowiii): mupU tuif to ictu e r.iiut lf,i. d.on iuiiu- Hit mill.
i ne MiuiMiiihit ir wrj Miuuglv in i, le, mnl Iikiii i. ni.iiiui i i.f iu opt ru-
lion it cuts or Icurs lliero pit rot tvnixl oi ii.ni without ultcn liiciikiu lie-
Siiiikiiiikk, nml if any hum Inenk-, it irximnl) nnui nt tie knitr nr ciuier,
winch mu he ipuckly mul ccnnoiiuc.ill nplncil. I'lie Miiii.niihK, nr Ur
11(11111 IllillClltCh, Iciirr the t'lllie lulu rllltilr of UVIIIH It lljllll", pcilcclly open-
uig it .mil iillowinu the mill In thiiioii;hl prcsr mu the juner wiihotit re-
Hairing the llllllli'llM- tMlii powci mcirrui.V In il l nit nr clllrli (he aIioIc
omic The Siiiikiiiikk i-pre.iir ihc rlircihltil t on uiuluiinU ..ml ecnly to
tin mill rolls, mul duo m,u .vuli the n. .. -ritj ..I rpii.nliii ill. Imjmp-V l.v
hmnl hclwccu tin null', whcie rcKiiuilinn . in u.i . ,,, gmitu miituuil of
hoilci cip.iDily ir itipiinil inoptim, l lie Miiu.iuihi. tli.in ihat wh.ch w.o
"iiHicienl fur the mill, for tin nlioc le.iMtiir v luriie-li full ui,rkiii.
ill UVMIIJ-r fill tilt lllrt.llllllliill ill Olir SllllhlUlCllh, eii.Lb,U nll c..nipecill ell-
giiicur to suiccsshilbj iiirlnll mul rtml ihciu.
In ordering Siun.liiihiis fiom ur, plciru mmiiI -null .kctth. rh..wiu.' lie
ilimuctei mul wiilib of ilu- null loll- with wlmh -siiui iur.i is to hecwuiiccitd,
also the rule (either iicjil or left I .1 .i- t.ii fuce .ifhiciN ml. ft ilu
null), upon inIiicIi the null ciikiiic i lm nit il, . ib.. tin hcilit 1 1 ,'i 1 1 ,. hue
to center of front null roll rluifl, mul ilitauct ci mr llor rlnft to fnuu eml
of I. ci I plate There SuiiKIUiKlls iim- nn I.. iiiK ll-.il li llic lliltt Sttuitl l'o.
mul llawi Mill, KohuLi, where they mi g i v 1 1 1 k (.'rent ,.iiiif.ictiiin.
fJW 1'riccn mul funlicr purticulms may w luul hy ti..lin tn
WM. G. IRWIN Sc CO., L'd.,
8,fJ1' '' Agtntt fur tht .i ii. ii (.in ItUiwlt,