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ROAD 30 3
The a"bovo Lots will be Sold on
VERY EASY TERMS.
Apply to W. G. ACHI & CO.
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
Oi 1V13W YOBK.I '
ASSETS $23.723.677. 1 3
Legal Reserve to Policy Holders 20,866,008.00
Surplus to Policy Holders 2,571,595.95
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 38,331,242.67
Chims by death paid to Beneficiary Policy Holders a,846,623.84
Mrured Endowments paid to Policy Holders 5,524,720 07
Lite Annuities paid to Policy Holders 327.474 70
Dividends and Surrenders paid to Policy Holders 11,632,424.06
Tito Geriiiiinhi Issues nil tho Litust ami most liberal forms of Life, Iitstal
tuont, Iiicoiiio Dividend, Kndowmont or Bond I'oIIi'Ioh.
.Superintendent of Agencies.
1029 210 King street, Honolulu.
Tlie People's DBeer !
BPh"'V7hri..iir. "?:.. "f '
For Sale toy
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd
Telephone 92. P. O. Box 146
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
. . . .IMPQimillS AND DEALERS IN....
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New goods received by ovory packet from the States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All orders faithfully attended to, anil Bonds delivered
TO ANY PART OP THE CITY FREE.
General Agents for tho Sanitarium Brand of Health Eoods.
stand Orders Solicited, Satisfaction Guaranteed-
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
HoTi'.r. St., nkak Nuuanu.
, John H. Lang, Proprietor
IsVThls (1 the only ShMfos Gallery In th city.
DriJt la ni try yaur ankrksminthtp.
" 147.1 '47.
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140 7 140.
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Repairing Tickets tit retlugod rates.
Call ami Inquire.
Op'eu nfeVts. 7V1 FoVt street.
NEWS FROM WAILUKU
Island Pastors Close Very Successful
Noted Visitor Eotertalncd Rev. S. Kapu
Remain Jury for Court Term
Named School Matters.
Waiiuku, Mnui, November C
Tho trustees ot tho Koiihumnnu
Church havo declined to nccopt
Rov. S. Knpu's reefgnution for the
present, so tbo congregation of the
Waiiuku native church will have
tho pleasure of the reverend cler
gyman's services for sometime to
come at least.
Enst Makuwno Seminary Mau
naolu will start again in about
three weeks' time. Parents of the
pupils who have taken nway'theii
laughters aro requtsted to return
them to school. Tim liictnrw.
I Ualeakuln School hns beon ob
tained for th present at a mouth
ly rental of S76. 0 until tho new
buildings aro finished about Sopt
ReV. Mr. Lewis in miripHrnrmrr
to start a circulating library for
r-.,: f..lt. tir:i..7... .. ..ft .
mnui lumo. iriwiuKU reBiuoiiu
aro willint? to 1ml n th nnral nnnun
Good roading matter foreign ma
trazint'8. otc. aro n rnrn nninmn.
dity at proaent. It is claimed by
leuowing ones, however, that it
wouiu uo very clillioult to Btari
such a library hero, especially in
a plantation town where thoro are
few regular permanent residoutc
and tllO mninritv r nf 11 (run
siont charaotor. Litorarv sooio-
ties and social events will also bo
a boon to this community.
Mr. Ilay, a nophow of U. S.
Ambassudor Ilay to tho Court of
St. James, was a caller at Waiiuku
from Honolulu this weok. Rev.
O. P. Emorson introduced him to
tho olito of Waiiuku. Mr. Hay
was taken up to Iao Valley last
Wednesday morniuc, and he was
shown tho beautiful watora of
On his return, tho visitor was en
tortained at tho luau pivon for tho
native pastors at lao valley, at
Judgo Knlun'a mountain resort,
whore lio was fed on roasted pigs
('no dogs,; and raw fish. When
asked whether tiny ohuaa tasted
anything liko fresh oystora at all,
tho malihini replied that it had
more bones to it, which was ovi
dont by tho manner iu which hi
maclo faces wlulo attemptioc to
swallow tho tiny littlo raw fish
about two inches in lougtu. Mr.
Hay will lako thoKinau atMaala
oa next Tuosday for tho Volcauo.
During his stay on Maui ho hai
beon a guct of tho Hon. H. P.
L. 13. LinilflflV. U'lin nnlnl no
Deputy SuoritT of Mani during
air. ocou's recont trip tolinylaud,
will probably return to Haoa next
week to resurao his duties as dop
uty sheriff of that place.
Mr. H. S. Towsend, Inspector
General of Schools, visited Woi
luku and Waikapu schools this
wek. It will be about a month
before ho roturns to Honolulu.
Sevoial eases of mo-isles aro re
ported about Waiiuku town; but
the doolors are not quito ready jet
to pronounce as such.
It beems as if Waiiuku will soon
havo a bieyclo club. DehiMits tho
idf a dozen biki b nlrpiuly in town.
Jlamig'ir 0. 13. AVells has sont
liiim San Francisco five now biken
for himself and family.
Mrs. Jus. L Holt and children
return to town today after a two
months' vacation at Mnkawiin.
They wero likowiso entertniued at
tuau ni iao ucbkipb a raouutam
rido to thu'neodlo" and then his
toric Btouo "Kakao."
Tho labors of tllll nniirnnti.m nt
tho Maui pastors now convened at
Waiiuku will close today. Much
work has boen accomplished dur
ing tho ton days thoy have boon
in Bessioo. Tho .paetorB wero
right royally treated by Waiiuku
ites duriiiL' their Btnv lirp. Snm
of them wero hoard to mnko the
remark that thoy wished all tho
conventions would bo held nt
Wailukll horenfter nn nnnnnnt of
tho good treatment thoy received
at mo nantiB 01 tho Uamaaiuas;
and to tnko their own unrdu ilmv
do not cara to bo entertained at
ten cent Pako restaurants on lean
meat at Honolulu.
Tha inrnrs fnr Hm onmliw. n.,
cember Term of the Second Cir
cuit Court to bo held at Lahaimi
on Wednesday, Decombor 7,1898,
woro drawn this wink. Knmn ,f
thosoaolected aro already gnashing
their tnotll bocrtllHO thov wnrn in.
ileqted. Jurw. work aeemB td bo
viiry JeVeBVaWd'fo Wmy. .
Rrtiidnll Vim T tii k,y, a imi
I'i'nt nf ii'akof, Kul. 1, Mnktvat',
nil an okl-r hiother of L una V i.n
'IVtupsky, died at his mountain
home on tho sides ef Haleakala on
Wednesday of this week. The
causo of death was hemorrhage of
tho Junes. The funeral took placo
on Thursday at 4:30 p. in., it beiuc
delayed on account of thoao from
Wnilukn who wished to attend tho
funoral. Tho funornl services
woro performed by tho Rev. A
Ault of tho Anclican Church, he
being telephoned over from Laba-
lua lor tho purpose. Wainkoa is
about 25 miles from Waiiuku and
thoso who attondod tho funeral ar
rived back at Waiiuku at mid
night. Jlotrl Arrivals.
Arlington Miss Ada Douglae,
Sau Finnuinco: Jus O Priispr.
Stockton, ChI; E H Anthony,
Uaklauu, Ual; J as Utlvy, Scot
laud; A D OhristiauBon, Sacra
rnonto, Cal; E M Murch, Carrie A
Murch, Louisville, Ky; Thus 8
Buy and nifo, E E Olding, II P
Hryant, Kohala; C J McCauilless,
Uilo; Mm E 13 Carley. Mrs A T
Hngonkamp, .Kahului; Mrs R 13
Rico, Sprcckclsvillo, nml about a
hiiiuircd boys in biro for meals.
r Hawaiian Dr A B Carter.
Kooluuloa; 0 J Hnlchius, wifo
nud child, San Franciaro; Miss S
C Riley, West Virginia; H B
Taylor, California. Aug Schanou
burg, N Y; Mrtil Levy, Paris;
LC.iiizo Tabata, Japan; WSchwal!!,
Bocholt; E Liudomann, wifo and
daughter; W G do Colicny, Boa
ton, Mass; J Walt, Honoknu; Juo
P Jacobson, Seattle, Wash; Capt
Thoa Dowdell, S S Zealaudia, aud
about ono hundred transients nnri
expeditionary soldiera for Manila
Conrvrt at Ilrrsitroiii'i,
Thero was a very intorestod au
tlienco at Bergatrom's music store
lost Saturday ovoning. It was the
occasion of an impromptu concort
by sovoral of Honolulu's well
known amateur musicians. W.
Georgo Ashley presided at tho pi
ano. Mr.Ohaa S.Dotky played tho
tluto and piccolo, Mr. Chas. Fraser
tho mandolin, W. A. Eamea tho
guitnr and Goorgo Brand the vio
jin. During tho courso of tho even
ing a now instrument was intro
duced by Mr. Brand. It was aXy
lophono constructed of glass. It
was an innovation to tho crowd
and several pleasing boIos wero
rendered much to tho delight of
Tho usual numbdr o Monday
morniuc drunks wero up before
Juago Wilcox this morning. Thoy
received tho regular locturo and
paid tho fino.
t Walanika convicted of selling
liquor without a license had son
lonce suspended for 13 months.
Lai Sut charged with having
opium in his posseFsiou bad his
caBO po-tponed utitil tomorrow.
A Japaneso aud a native, team
stors, woro arrested for cruolty to
animals this morning.
A Latter from H HPnilble Ulrl.
Tho following letter waa found
noar tho post otlico ihis morning
nud is worth reading: "My deai
Julie: My miud is at rent and
you must go at once, as I did to
Mrs. Napthaly, the milinor, iu the
Love, building, nud tell her you
w.ntonoof those lovely matinee
hats sho has just received from
tho S utes iu time for tho Nance
O'Neil season. Mino is a dorliue
and you know you must hove ono.
An llourit Offer.
Doar Editor: Kindly inform
your readers that if written to con
fidentially, I will cheorfully make
known to thorn iu n sealed lettor,
freo of chargo, tho plan pursued
by which I wos permanently res
tored to perfect boalth and manly
vicor. after vnnra of mifFnrin
from Nervous Weaknoss, Seminal
Jjosses and tioxual ieoblonesa.
I have no scheme to not mnnov
from nny ono 1 havo nothing to
sell or send 0. 0. D., but am
simply anxious to mnko known
to others who may bo Bufforiog ns
1 aid tins moans ot certain aud
Doriuaneut euro. Addrnna f!
JohuBon, Box No. 903, Deli-ay,
Amorioan Messenger Servioe
Mnsouio Temple. Telephone
Honolulu Messenger Sorvico de
livers messages and packages.
Moolmnics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu atreeta, lodging by
da , woelc or month. Tornis: 26
:j-ndW cents por nfght! ' H. ondl
rt.20 pVr wue"k. . . I
llCOW6HATlD U.IDtH THE LaWS
or the Hawaiian Ripublic.
Capital Subscribed, 400,000
Capital Paid Up, - $300,000
OlTICMtS AND MIUXTOH9:
Chas. M. Cookh, Preklilont.
J. II. ATitEiiTOX, vIco-ProMdent
O. II. Cookr, Cashier.
F C. Atiikrto.n. Socrolarv.
K. W. Macfarlane,
K. I). Tonnoy,
J. A. MeCandlos.4.
nxchanKO drawn on Wolls. Fareo 4
Co.'s Bank In San Francisco and New
lork, anil thalrourrotDondenM throui;li.
out the world. , ,
Orlonlal oorre?DondenH.- Tho Hone-
kong and Slianirhal Uinkln Corpora
tion, the Chartered Bank of India, Aus
tralia unu uiilua.
Attention given to gonoral banking
Safo doposlt boxos rented by month
oryoar. 10 Vi
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
ALLEN & KOBINTSOX,
- Queen htreet, Honolulu.
O. G. TRAPHAGEN,
223 Morcbant St.. Honolulu,
Between Fort and Alakea,
Tklkphone : : : 734
If you want MODEKX PLUMB
ING ut MODEKX PRICES consult
latest (k'Hlgna In Bath Tubs uud
1017 28 Hotel Htreet.
F. H. REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
Offices nd Store fitted up nd
Kstlrates given on
A.LL KINDS OF WORK
CV Offlco &nd Shoo; No. 019 Fort itreet,
dJolnlng W. W. Wright's Carriage Shop.
To My Patrons and the Public,
Having recovered from my re
cent illnosB, I am again proparod
to do all kinds of Tinsmith and
Plumbing work as heretofore.
Thanking you for past favors, I
respectfully solicit a continuance
of tho Bamp.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
Monuments and Headstones,
Tlio undorstgnod la proparod to do
oKMirrnnY work of all kinds,
and supply MONUMENTS and HEAD
STONES of which he lias a great va
riety of tho Lalost and Mont Artistic
Designs, and will also supply Stono Cop
ing sopanitoly for Hurrouudlng couio
VST IMImatosglvon In Marblo, Gra
ulto, Hawaiian Stnuo, etc.
A New PaintShop.
Having nNxoelnted with us Mr. John
II. West, a practical Houko Palntor,
Decorator and Wood PollBhor, wo aro
now prepared to give estlnintos on all
kinds of work In that lino.
Mr. Wost having had a practical ox
porleneo of over twenty yoars In Sun
FninclHco and other largo cities on tho
Coast, wo fool conllilent that any work
entrusted to us ulll givo enttro Katlsue-
tion tn our itatrons.
Peerless Preserving Paint Co.
In tho prlcos of Iron l'onco; 58 cents por
foot and up buya a llrst-clasH wrought
and malleable fence, orectod complete,
palntod at factory and again after set
Monuments of all kinds direct from
quarrlcR, at prices unheard of in Hawaii.
Solo Agonts for Swift t Company,
packers of Chicago.
Also a largo list ot genuine bargains
In Roal EsUto, which, If you will step
In and examine, will savo you monoy.
Hawaiian Iron Fonca and Monu
ANKR0M & HENDRICK
315 FORT STREET.
Small ads. in the Bulletin' aro doc
I 11 Ilk A "
Wm. U. Ltwu.
tan Franrtvo Agmtt Tun NsTADA Bakk 0
DRAW HOnANOl OH
iin FiuROtsoo The Nevada Bank of Baa
uOMtoN .The Union Bank of London. Ltd.
Viw York American Exchange National
Jmruoo Merchant National Bank.
Paris Comptolr National d'Kacompt d
SiRLtN Dretdner Bankt
3onokono And Tokohama Hongkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Saw ZbalaxdakdACstbalu Bank of New
Zealand; , . , .,. ' ..
ICTOR1A AMU yaxooutka Bank of British
msact a Qeneral Emiliii aid Eitlaiit Buiita
Depolits Becstrsd. Loans made on Ap
jroTed Sscnrltr. Commercial and TraTtlsrs
Jrtdlta Isinsd. Bills of Exchange bought
;OLLICTIO PBOlOTtT ACOOPXTID TOU.
SXftKQil? fe TO.
Savings Doposlt will be
rocelvod and Interest allowed by this
Bank at four and ouo-hatf por cent,
por milium. Tho terms, rules and
regulations of tho Hawaiian Postal Bar
ings Bank havo been adopted as far as
it Is practicablo to apply thoin, and the
Cash Rosorvo of $50,000 as required un
dor the Postal Act will le maintained.
Printed coplos ot tho Rulos and Reg
ulations may bo obtained on application.
BISHOP & CO.
BISHOP c3s Co.
Transact a General Banking
tnd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Lottcrs of Credit issued, avail
iblo in all the principal cities
if the world. T
Interest allowed af tec Jinly
1, 1808, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 per cent., G moiitha
3 per cent, 12 montlid
Tge iooham& Specie Ban
Snbsorlbed Capital Tan 12,000,000
Paid Op Capital Tan HL600.000
BeserreFnnd Tn ,WO,600
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAn
BRANCHES AND AOENOD28.
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York,
San Franeisoo, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hong Kong,
Transacts a Qeneral Banking and Ex-
Agency Yokohama Sperie Bank
lev Republic Bnllling. ill Liu si, OocjIUi
Pioneer Building and
Aticts Jwe 30, 1898, fllS,GSS.6JL
done Loaned on Approved Secnritv,
Savings Bank for Monthly Deposits,
louses Unlit on the Monthly Installment
Seventeenth Series of Stock now open.
Por farther particulars apply to
A. V. GKAR. Secretary.
Chamber of Oommeroe Rooms,
Office hours. I2S0 1:30 P.M. S7S-tf
Surgeons and Physicians.
DR. W. E. TAYLOR.
OFFICE: Corner Richards and Boro-
tanla SU. Olllco Hours: 10 to 4.
Tol9phone 617. 1086
DR. C. L. GARVIN
Otllro: 637 Kino Stokkt, noar Iuiioh
bowl, Honolulu, II. I.
.TELEPHONK No. 448
Hours: 8:30 to 11 a. m.j 3 to 6 p.m.;
7 to 8 p. tn.
Iron and Brass
MADE TO ORDER QUICKLY
t&SBicycle Repairing '"V'.'X.
Union 8lront ( BpII Tower).
aTrikl UsihuiWArlf (sfnMMlitffMU4
aria, hi riwim "w yiv y. --.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Imtmivod and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and des
cription mado to order. Boiler work
and HiviriKU riri-.H ror irrigation
DurtioseH u HiHjclulty. 1'nrtlcular ntteu-