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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KllOM AND AFTKK JUNK I. IWtt.
To Rwa Mill.
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Leave Honolulu ... .SM 1:15 4:35 6:10
Liftvo 1'enrlUltv 9:S0 2:30 5:10 5:WI
Arrive liven Mill 9:07 2:f7 6:30 0:22
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Lrnvc Kwn Mill 0:21 111:43 3:43 6:42
Lcavo Pearl City 0:65 11:10 4:16 0:10
Arrive Honolulu.. ..7:30 11:66 1:56 (1:45
A. Saturdays only.
C. ijuiulHyi) iicop'.ul.
D. Sntunlnys excepted.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1894.
Sa-M'iiuav, April 21.
8 H Atisttnlln, Ho'iJIftlo, from .Sun Kruii-
Stmr Klluucn Iloti (rum llauuli
r'rom Hmi Krnncleu, por 8 8 Australlit,
April Jl I.C AMo. Hcott J Awhmiv nuil
wife, II 11 Atkins, J J llcnnctt, W P'lluyd
uinl wlhi, (,'eoll Drown. Chun DulenlierK,
A II hmery, .Mr W rt Kosti-r, It HiiNtmil,
V Hclrlckin, i: II H0411C, D A IIiiIm), W
H lrvliiu.'Hitin LouImoii, D W McMuhol
hinl wife, DrJ I'. Nrrlml-oii uinl wife, Dr
Kmmet Nicholson, it K I'ntulifll, t A
Hloriliin, V A Hvrlmn-ton, Mint it Swlnur
ton, I. A Thurvon, wlfennil in, Huronou
Vim KyporKliigk.- Mls Wlileiiiinn, Mirn
11 Di'iilnm. Mi's K Kelly, Mm Thnr.ton.
II I. Fliiiwy. Willi Viilu.
Tlio li.irk Kmterott nrrlvnl nt Ituyiil
ItoiuNon April It.
The Imrkentlim Kllkltat left Tort Own
blu uu April 12 for Honolulu The Imrkfii
tlno DUeovery wns to li-nvo Inter.
The lirlu V. O. Irwin tnnilu tlio trip to
Sim I'riinelKoo from Honolulu In I21 uyx.
iirrlvlnj: on April 13 wlili tliu lil inrlv
inurn nx licet, alio niii'lo a f.nt trip ami
the enptuiu was tlio envy if lliu -klppori
of tliuMi!iir licet in port.
Tliu projected ilcpurtun-H nt 8n Fran-(l-co
fur the Huvviillau Islands arc: Ilk.
Annie Jolinou, Jlllo; sohr Joint O North,
Mulmkonu, April 20; lik. C. I. Ilrynnt
bktne IrniRiiril, Imtne. V. (J. Irwin, hk. ti.
U Allen, April 12; hktne. Mury Wlnkci
mull, for Houiilulil.
Tnu nrrirnln at San Francisco lire n fol
low: April 13. ujlir. Anint, 26 dayn from
MnlitiKoim: 13, aehr. J. M. t'olmau and
bkinobknirlt, Imth '8ilu from Kiilnilul;
Uriiio. John D. Sprvekt-lc, 12 days:
1.1, b. H. .Mouowr.1. 2.) iluvn from rjydnny
vln Honolulu; 13, hktne. l'lnntnr, 14U
dityii. hktne. rt. U. Wilder, 16 days, he. W.
1. Irwin, IJifduys, from Honolulu.
OPIUM FOR MOLOKAI.
XlRUt Uundrod Tins Addrossod to
Tho following is from tliu Snn
Francisco Examiuer'a notes "along
tho water front." Tliurn is a mistake
iu tho name, of tho Molokni priest,
but whether made on tho boxes or
iu tho report cannot bo said. Fa
thor'Wouilolin" is stationed on Mo
lokni, but somebody in Honolulu
mny hnvo tried to use tho nearly
himilar nnmo, ns reported to be on
tho intercepted cases; to soouro tlio
lauding of tho stuff hero:
"Deputy Surveyor Uuddell nud
Inspectors Holmes nud Clarke were
waiting for tho stenmor Queou to.
dock this morning, with tho oxpoc
tntiou of making a big seizure of
opium. They had received n tip
from Yiutoriu that a lot of tho con
traband stuff was coming down on
the vessel uud thoy wore ready for
it. Every case and trunk coming
out of tho hold was carefully ex
amined, but to no purpose, and the
htrict vigilance was about to be
called off whou two cases marked
'Rev. Father Mendolin, Molokni,
Hawaiian Islands,' wore lauded on
the (lock and thoy cuught tho sus
picious eyes of tho iuspecctors. Tho
shipment was consigned to John D.
Spreokols Bros. Company, nud the
contents were described ns 'books
ami clothing.' Rev. Father Mendo
lin is tho Catholic priest iu chnrge
of tho Hawaiiun loner settlement on
tho island of Molokal and tho cnsei.
wero to bo forwarded to him by one
of tho Sprockets Brothers' stontnors.
Tho cover was ripped off and a layor
of neatly packed cl6t lies and book"
oxposotl, but under them (MK) live
tnol tins of opium worb found. The
second case contained only 'Mt tins
and it was pucked like tho Jirsl. Tho
two cases wero shipped by C. Mo
Niff of Victoria, B. C. It was evi
dently tho intention of the fining
" glers to sell tho stuff iu Hawaii,
where tho profits would bo much
larger. Hod the cases passed the
oustoms officials hero thoy would
most likoly have beou safely lauded
Admiral Walker Complains.
VAhiiixoTo.v. April 12. Roar-Admiral
Walker has complained to the
Secretary of tho Navy of tlio appar
ent disregard of tho Department
instructions at tho Novy pay ollice
nt San Francisco. It appears that
pay inspector Edward Bellows was
instructed to procure passage on the
stenmor Mariposo, sailing from San
Francisco for Honolulu, lor Admiral
Walker and his staff lieutenants
Wood nud Stnuuton.
When Walker uud his staff arrived
nt Sou Francisco thoy discoveied
that uo provision had boon made on
board tho steamer for their accom
modation, and it was only through
the courtesy of the steamship com
pany officials that transportation for
the Dartv Wim nriuoinwl. Aii invimti.
ration wih result lnm Admiral
iVnlker's renort. whlitli ivn Hunt hi.
fore the stemniir hiiIIiwI. (f lint imv
olllcer has ignored the instruction!,
sent from Washington it is n serious
matter for tho olllcer responsible.
LOCAL AND OENEIlAIi NEWS
Sugar 2 7 8o. nt Now York.
Mrs. M. Sliest ng is to bring n suit
for divorce against her husband.
Diamond Head, 12 in. Weather
hazj', wind northeast. Unrkuntiuu
Tbo voters rogjoterod thus far nro
1-107. This evening ptoses th sit
tings of I ho Hoard.
Tlio toboggan s)ido nt Sans Sonci
is now complete and affords lots of
amusement to bathers.
A. D. Spreukols tins bought n farm
hear Napa, which ho will devoto to
Tlio Mnefnrlauo-Albu marriage
was to take place last Tuesday. J I
wns to bo a quiet wedding.
Fresh frozen o3-stors on ice can bo
had nt tlio Heaver saloon. Hnvo
some before they're nil out.
Chang Chuck lias notices of two
powers of attorney given him by
fellow-countrymen going may.
"Divine service iu Gorman wilt be
conducted by Ilorr Pastor Ienborg
nt Y. M. C. A. hall to-morrow morn
ing nt 11 o'clock.
The brigantine W. G. Irwin beat
both the barkentiuos S. G. Wilder
nud Planter on the trip up to the
Coast by two days.
There will bo Irainear.s for 1'nlamn,
Nuunnti Valloy nud Wuikiki nt the
close of the performance nt the
Opera IIoue this evening.
Through tickots by S. S. Australia,
sailing nt noon next Saturday, can
be hail for nil points iu tlio United
Stntes nt W. G. Irwin te Co.'s.
May Nannary will bo giren her
first oppoitunity on Wodncilny to
display tier real artistic merit ns
Stcphonio do Mohicvnrt in "Purge t
Tom Abbie, C. Opiinui and A.
Bright, police olllcers, are under a
charge of assault and battery. Tlio
asault is alleged to have been com
mitted on Sunday latt. They will
be tried on the lit ill inst.
There are many articles mention
ed iu the Hawaiian Hardware Compa
ny's column to-day. All are for the
household, even l he saws being com
mended to the domestic economist.
Housekeepers should not fail to read
the whole article.
When tlio Australia was leaving
San Francisco, Col. Super, Cuii
maiider of tlio National Guard of
Hawaii, appeared on the wharf iu
full uniform. As people caught on
to the brilliant apparition laughs
wore exchanged between steamer
Letters received by naval olllcers
nt .Mare Island Navy Yard say that
Captain A. S. Barker, now in com
mand of the U. S. S. Philadelphia
iu port, will bo the next captain of
tlio yard, vice Henry Glass, who
tnlfl'rf tliu lliiiv uriiiHiir f !iii.iitiinl i
I .1 M .. i
omuii .111 i.
The Hawaii Baeball League met
iu the ollice of W. F. Allen at noon
to-day to hear the reports of the
resiiectivo captains. Messrs. Ruevsky
and A. Perry represented tho Ka
mehnmeha and Stars and James A.
Thompson the Hnwaiis. The last
named proposed a season of eighteen
games nud carried his point. The
season opon next Sat unlay.
THERE 18 NO ANSWER.
Nothing from Washington on tho
Dual Allofjlanco Qunstion.
A Un.u.-riN reporter calh'd on U.
S. Minister Willis this afternoon to
ascertain whether tie had received
auyolllcial information as to whether
an American in taking tlte oath of
allegiance to the Provisional Govern
ment would lose his American citi
zenship or not. Minister Willis re
ceived tho reporter courteously mid
stated t' at he had received no an
swer whatever from Washington, nl
thoiigh lie had expected one by this
steamer. Asked as to whether he
had any other despatches for public
edification, the Minister stated that
he had received uo olllcial informa
tion of any kind from Washington
by the S. S, Australia.
Disput" Ovor Snnioauo.
The Snutoaus brought up from
the South seas by King Moors ar
rived at the Midwinter Fair grounds
on. April 1M and went into quarters
at the place known for a time as
Jim's Ml) Theatre. This may possi
bio bring n legal war between Moors
and Manager Leser of the Hawaiian
village. Lessor claims that Moors
was under contract with him to fur
nish the Samoans for a v.lluge that
was to be built next to the Hawaiian
concession, nud that they were to
remain at the Fair for at least nix
weeks. It appears, however, that
Moors has made a contract to take
his Samoaus to New York soon and
will remain at San Fiancco only
Ilia Tompor Cost Him 015.
Erickseii, mate of the schooner
Golden Shore, was found guilty of
assault and battery on J. Hatiseu, a
i-eamaii, iu the District Court to-day
and sentenced to puv a line of .?f.
Ericksen assaulted Hansen with a
capstan bar, creating a bad cut on
the head. The 'seaman was paint
ing a deadeye on the side of the ves
sel and the mate called him a sot.
One word brought on another until
the mute struck the sailor. Other
ncamoti jumped iu and prevented
what might have been serious in
It will be an agreeable surpiii-e lo
persons subject to attacks of bilious
colic to learn that prompt relief
mat be had by taking Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dinrrlnca Rein
ed, In many instances the attack
may be prevented, by taking this
remedy as soon as the first symp
toms of tlio disoaxo appear, -'i and
Tit) cent bottles for sole by nil deal
ers. Benson, Smith Co., Agents
for the Hawaiian Islands,
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San FnAXcisco, April 11.
fl'er S. 8. Australia.l
David Dudloy Fiold died at 1 a.m.,
UJtli hist., of pneumonia at the house
of Ids daughtor-in-law, 22 Gramercy
Park. Ho arrived two days before
from a trip to England and Italy,
having celebrated his ninetieth birth
day iu Rome on Feb. I.'l. Mr. Field
was one of the four famous brothers
Stephen, Justice of tlio Supreme
Court; Cyrus, promoter of tho At
lantic cable; Henry, clergyman and
scholar, and David Dudloy, lawyer
Tho Iroquois Club of San Fran
. cisco has denounced Senator Hill
in tho following words: ''Lot us
strangle treason whorovor nnd-whon-over
it appears iu the Domocrntie
party, whether in tho person of
David B. Hill or any other treacher
Senator McPhorson of tho Finance
Committee intends to offer nn
amendment to the sugar schedule
of the tariff bill. He says that the
provision in the first bill, as prepared
by the sub-committee, cnuio nearer
what ho wanted thnu anything etso
that has been proposed.
Cnpt. Clarke of the Mohican will
be commander of tho Behriug Sea
fleet. Besides the flagship Mohican
thoro will be iu tho fleet the York
town, Bennington, Concord, Adams.
Ranger, Alert nud Petrel. Little, if
any, co-operation is expected from
British war vessels this season.
It is reported Senators Perkins,
Dolph, Mitchell, Squire, Stewart,
Dubois. Powers nud Slump will vote
against ratifying the Chinese treaty.
Senator Gray's motion forSanioan
correspondence is taken as tlio pre
cursor of action toward the with
drawal of the United States from
entangling alliances nt S.imon.
Governor Altgeld of Illinois is
said to be in a low state of health.
Senator Morgan is about ready
with his report on the Nicaragua
canal. He advocates Government
backing of the project. The esti
mated cost Is .S7,(XKl,tKKI.
Colonel Detiby, U. S. Minister to
' China, is coming home seriously ill.
The jury trying Heath at Fresno
for the murder of McWhirter the
lawyer have been dNchargcd, as two
jurors stood out for acquittal. This
is tlio end of the second trial.
Two men held up n street car on
tlieSiti Kruno road, .-nil Frnncisco,
and robbed the driver and two pas
sengers. A disastrous storm has visited tho
Atlantic const. It downed wires of
all kinds iu HoMou. Many vessels
Warrants have been token out for
the arrest of members of the firm of
Persclieiil A; Griieuberg, San Fran
cisco, for fraud iu filling Pomiucry
Sec champagne boltles with car
bonated domestic wine. There is a
weiieral complaint among dealers,
about the filling of bottles bearing
favorite labels with bogus or inferior
wines and liquors, mid prosecutions
are likely to be general.
Ed. Morrell, who aided Chris.
Evans the bandit to cscnw, has
been convicted of robbing the city
marshal of his pistol.
Citizens of Winters, Cat., hnvo
combined to compel ranchers to em
ploy white men instead of Cliinoe
It is believed 20 workmen perished
iu tho burning of the American
Glucose Company's plant at Buffalo,
i The Democratic caucus by a vote
, of Oil to -It decided to adopt rules
for the House similar to those of
Reed in the Republican regime.
I Blond of Missouri shouted, with an
expression of disgust, that if the
I Democratic House was forced to ro
I sort to Rccdisui it had better ad
j joiirn Wii ilif.
Tliere is n strike on the Great
i Northern and Montana Central rail
i way system.
Tim Polliiril-Hrockiuridgo breach
i of promise suit is Hearing a close.
' Attorney Wilrou gave the defendant
a scorching iu Ids address to the
jury- , ,
rresiiieni Cleveland is again re
ported to be iu poor health, threat
ened witli nervous prosl ration.
Hungarian strikers nt Unioiitowu,
I'a., have been overawed by armed
The Republicans nro winning nil
the municipal elections iu New York
ami New Jersey.
Rear Admiral Beiiham has gone
on the retired list, having readied
Ids sixty-second year. Captain John
C. WiNou took the command at
Bluefields, Nicaragua, in his place.
Till: Til till' AIOIY.
The Industrials tiiod to capture
aueastbouiid train at San Beruar-
diuo, Cal., but the authorities arrest
ed four of the leaders ami held them
until an engagement was made that
the army leave the town,
Kelly s men left Cheyenne, where
they were not allowed to leave the
tram, and stated for Omaha with ban
Coxey's army is marching ovor tho..
mountain- in Pennsylvania. The
, men are kept from deserting by the
rifle-, of mountaineers.
Dr. Mauclair of the United States
bank and an employee have been ar
rested iu Paris on the charge of de
The civil murriauo bill was pased
n first time iu the Hungarian Diet
' by a nnjority of 1(5.1 votes.
General Banm ton Schoeiifiehl,
commander of the second army
corps, made a sensation at a banquet
given by the Mayor of Vienna, by
threatening the socialists that the
soldiers would come to the rcctm of
the bouigcoisie when the battle be
gan for the existence of society and
the preservation of propel! v.
The British Admiralty lias made
i agreements with the Cunard, Penin
sular. Oriental mid Canadian steam
ship companies by which t lie compa
nies ore to hold twenty-eight of their
i vessels at tho disposal of tlio Govern-
' uioiit, against nine so held Inst year.
Several leading public men of
England have ngreetl to attend a hi
motnllic conference at the Mansion
House, residouce of the Lord Mayor
of Loudon, in May.
A Berlin journal publishes ex
tracts from the diary of a German
resident at CamoroOns, Africa, which
bear out tho charges of brutality to
ward natives by Gorman officials.
Willie Wildo, tho divorced lius
baud of Mrs. Frank Leslie, lias mar
ried Sophie Leo in London, Mrs.
Leslie vvns surprised nt the news, ns
she could not imagine Wildo marry
ing any woman who had not money.
Tho stenmor Faraday has left
Loudon with a portion of the new
Atlantic cable, to bo laid between
Ireland nud Novo Scotin. Thirty
words n minute can be Rent by the
A crisis is ponding in Bulgaria on
account of a challenge to a duel
sent by tho Minister of War to
Stommbotiloff. Princo Ferdinand
will decide, when ho returns to
Sofia, whether the men shall light.
When tlio pilgrims for Rome were
leaving Valencia, Spain, n mob of
100 of the worst element iu the city
made n demonstration against tho
Pope. Troops woro called out to '
protect the pilgrims. j
Sovoutoon pilgrims for Rome wero I
seriously wounded by a mob in Mad
rid. Tho Bishop of Madrid had his i
cassock pierced by a knife. The
rioters smashed the windows of the
carriago containing the Archbishop,
of Seville, and then stoned tho win-1
dows of tho Archbishop of Valencia, j
Tho Behriug Sea bill has passed
second reading in the House of ,
Sir Vernon Harcourl sold in the j
Commons that the Government ilid
not Intend to introduce a bill giv
ing Scotland home rule.
A treaty with Uruguay pacd
third reading without debate in tho
Uerinan Keichstng. !
It is denied that Scnor Castellar t
of Spain has deserted tho Republi-1
cans and become a Monarchist.
Tho Marquis of Ailesburv is dead. ,
Ho owed $i,2o(),0tK) and le'ft o scan- j
dalnus reputation generally. I
Walter Wellinan and his party of .
Americans have started from Bergen,
Norway, to find the North Pole.
Herr Done, tho tailor who invent- j
ed bullet-proof cloth, had the mate
rial tested on himself at the Russian '
Embassy in Berlin. Ho was hit
with two shots without being hurt.
Tho cloth will bo worn as a breast
plate and only be ucd iu actual
Admiral Mello has been repulsed
in trying to laud his rebel forces at !
Rio Grande do Sul. j
A cut of 10 cents a thousand in '
shingles by the Puget Sound shingle j
trust, coming with a removal of the I
Canadian duty, has caused dismay '
among British Columbia shingle
The British Columbia sugar re.
finery has shutdown owing to the
competition of cheap Chinese sugar
Colon has been visited by a great
fire. Firemen were colled from
Premier Ito of Japan is forming a
new Cabinet compoed of Radicals
and Government supporters.
Tho Planter Wins tUo Rncn.
The barkentiuo Planter, which left
Honolulu on March 28, nt the same
time that the barkentiuo Wilder
turned her nose for San Francisco I
from this port, arrived on April l.'l. ,
Tho Planter did not moke very good I
time on her trip, but she 'got in '
ahead of the Wittier, which was not
hi sight when the light house at
Point Honita began to cast o glim-
mer toward the Fnrnlloiies. Some
wag in Houolulu started a rumor '
that n wager of $.7)0 had been made j
on tho result of the race, but Cap I
tain Dow on arrival over soid he
knew nothing about it.
Tbo Hula Show.
A returning passenger from tlio
Midwinter Fair says the Hawaiian
exhibit is n grntid success and is tak
ing iu more money than any other
individual booth. Peoplw flock to
the village, nil nuxious to see the
hula dance. In fact that is the
chief attraction and nearly everyone
on the grounds is asking where the
Hawaiian village is.
I recommend Chamberlain's Pain
Balm for rheumatism, lame back,
sprains and swellings. There is uo
better liniment made. 1 have sold
over UK) bottles of it this year ami
all were pleased who used It. J. F.
Pierson, druggist, South Chicago,
III. It is for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith A; Co., Agents for the
VMnii'K IS HKIIIillY HIVES THAT
i.1 I'liiMiif I'huek is iiiulinruHil to uci for
me In all iimiiurH rrluti'.i: 10 mv liusluui-i.
in Honolulu, iliiriiit; my iih-nneu' from ihe i
Island oi iiiihii. '. CON Jul:.
Hon. .hllil, April Jl, I Ml I. IUII-2yn
VOT'Ci: 18 IIKKKIIY HIVKN THAT
Is ('hunt Chuck is authorized to ui-t for
me In all matters relntlm; lo my lusiiiuii
in Honolulu, ihtrlui; m uli-eneu from the
Island of Oahu. Rn ejUNU YHK.
Honolulu, April 21. Is 'I loll 2w
TENDERS WANTED. j
rpKNiu:ith aim: .hui:i fok mi
' Inillil it 8ldtwalk mi Miik 8triTt, IU '
feel limit hy s fie i nle uinl about S liu'hc I
hlllh. Temleri. In im m.nlu for the Side
walk iu Concrete and uln hi fitune, The'
linilersiimed does not lillnl himself to ae
eept toe lowest or any b d. Applt to
.1. .M. MUNdAllKAT.
Honolulu, April in, l-:ii UU2-'U
'pin: ANNiAi. .Miii.rixti ok tiii:
L Stii,'kholdorso( lliu II t til an lot I i.h
A Ti v CoMi'VM. ll.'d). will he held in the
Union of the Chamber of Couiuiuri'ii on
Vi;i)M.hlAY April 2.1b. at 2 o itlouk
I'. M, for I Im r aiilli(i o( Annual Iteimil
and tin Kleulinii nt (lltieer-, A lull uiict-
um i noireii. v. w . HAI.I,.
M Secretary II. c. .v T. Co. I.M
1 In", 'Minimi I'. I1ihIi( rl, bun lakt-ii
I la; ijuiiii.iri' t Ii:ivIiik hi r lor mlin n
Iiik Hlliturii A I'll., hur u kimmI (flciin
hhuvttfiui im Iiiul fur 1.1 Corn, llulr (,'nt
iiiohuh'il fur '.tf CtiiiU. I lUu-Mui
Iiiul lor la i win,
MANIFEST DESTINT TALK.
Governor Wells Talks as If Hawaii
Had No Rights.
Ex-Governor Wells of Virginia
addressed an op-jn meeting of tho
American League last night. There
was somewhat less than a full house.
W. P. O'Brien presided.
Mr. Wells spokoof tint great events
of the past hfty years. When he
ued to see a little man coming in
and going out of the ollice where he
ft he speaker) was shelving law, lie
little thought that tlio little man
vyould lead 1 ,000,0! 10 men -it was U.
S. Grant. It seemed necessary that
a million men should have to" turn
their feet up to tlio daisies before
the black man could vote not be
cause he was black but because he
was o linn.
People talked about their rights,
sometimes without knowing what
their rights were. Every man had
not a right to vote. Voting was n
privilege and not a right. Ho men
tioned various classes who were not
allowed lo vote. Iu some houses
the woman was the better man but
couiii not vote. Tlio speaker argued
aifainstthn iililiw.llnn in fiiiii.,vfii:..
that the islands were too far from the
United States. They wero not so far
from tho American coast as San Fran
cisco was from Washington. Hawaii
was nearer tho I'uited Stntes than an v
other country. This place wns need
ed by the world n a place of refuge
for the ships of all nations, and to
be made so it must have a sober nud
stable government. It nlso needed
n cable and n naval station.
Tlio nations wero watching the
people now controlling the govern
incut of the Islands. No other na
tion would bo allowed by the Cured
States to interfere with Hawaii. He
had t hi King Kalakauathat if Eng
land loaned his government a large
amount of money it would be regard
ed by the United Stntes ns an un
friendly act, because it would be in
tho nature of a mortgage on public
buildings and crown lauds to be
foreelnii'il nl nn imiwirtiiii.i 4 im..
Mr. Wells reviewed the Hawaiian
case at Washington, concluding that
neither House nor Senate was in
favor of the President's policy. Ho
ridiculed tho investigation of the
course of Minister Stevens.
His auditors wore advised lo bo
patient ami conduct themselves well.
Everything would come to those
who waited. Better to wait until
the eves grow dim in death than
make any blunders of hasty action.
Whenever the Untied Sta'tes was
ready, she would hoist the flag ot
Pearl harbor, lie believed there
would be an annexation plank in
eacli of the two parlies' plot forms nt
tlienext presidential election.
They were advised to register for
the constitutional convention elec
tion. Mr. Wells assuring them that
the oath contained no renunciation
of American citizenship. Let them
not, however, go to n blacksmith to
marry them, nor to a parson to shoe
their mules. It was the tinniest task
in the world to moke a constitution.
Thomas Jefferson was credited with
tlio authorship of the Declaration of
Imt-poudi nee, bu, hcYorn that docu
ment as it stands was adopted, years
had been spent by many of the ablest
men iu making drafts". They need
not expect to nave a satisfactory I
constitution made iu fill days. Give
tho convention lf0 days for the
work. Nobody should bo elected as
a delegate to the convention unless
he had nt least an ounce of brains.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor,
FOR SAN J-KANCISCO.
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SUMMARY OF REPORT:
HUSrXESS OF 1893.
Premium Income $ 27,-188,657.44
Interest, Rents, etc 6,:i74,989.61
Totnl Income y:),8G3,010.05
Dcntli Claims 8,440,093.40
Endowments and Annuitk's 2,494,902.90
Dividend, l'liii'lnised Itisimuicu, etc 4,103,453.91
Total to Policy Holders 15,038,450.27
Number of Now Policies hsticd 85,111
Amount of Now liisuinnco Written $228,417,1 14 .00
CONDITION JANUARY 1, 1804.
Liabilities, 4 per cent Stiiuiliiiil
Number of Policies in Force
Amount of Insurance in Force
Increase in Beiielits to Policy Holders .$ 1,04.1,437.84
Increase in Ascls
Increase iu .Surplus
Increase in Insurance Written
Increase iu Insurance in Force
Increase iu Number of Policies in Force
Increase iu Number of Policies Written in 1893
Increase iu New Premiums Income over t lint of
In tho foltowinp; rospocls tho New York Mfu, In 1803, has BROKEN ALL.
KKC011DS ovor Hindu by Ilorsolf or nuy other Company.
FliiST Number of policies applied for iu 1S93 95,500
Skcunh Number of new policies actually written in 1893
S5,l 1 1
Timtii Amount of new iiiMiraneo isMictl in 1893 ...1223,800,(100
Fui;n rn Number of new policies actually paid for iu 1893
Fir. i Net j'nin in now bu.iinoss over the previous year
o4 ,8 12,000
Sixth Net increase iu number of policies iu force 37,908
Skvkxtii Net gain in insurance in force 189,908,049
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