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THE EVKNINO bULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. 1., FEBRUARY 2, 1819.
FOR THE SEASON!
Roger and Gallet, '
Gosnell'8, in all odors
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,
Maile Cologne, Without a Rival.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
Of NEW YORK.
ASSETS $23,723,677. 13
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
Claims by death paid to Beneficiary Policy Holders 20,846,623.84
Matured Endowments paid to Policy Holders 5,524,720.07
Life Annuities paid to Policy Holders 327,474.70
Dividends and Surrenders paid to Policy Holders 11,632,424,06
Tho Qormanla Ishuos nil tlio latost and most Uboral forms of Llfo, Instal
ment, Incomo Divldond, Endowmonl or Bond Policies.
GEAR, LANSING & CO., General Agents.
EMMETT MAY, Manager.
1029 2to King street, Honolulu.
THE CONNOISSEUR'S ioy is
BECAUSE IT APPEALS TO HIS
PALATE rO TASTE
AND HIS JUDGMENT FOR PURITY
W. 0. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
,. .IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN....
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New goods received iy every paokwt from the States' and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY BTEAMER.
All orders fitl'iifully attended to, and enods delivered
TO ANY PART OF THE OITY FREE.
General -gn,s fr M Sanitarium Brand of Hoallli Foods,
, id Order- dolloltnd. 8uia(i(Ul.n Guaranteed
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
E m balmlng a Spec laity.
LO.VE BUILDING, 534-53G J70RT ST. TEL. 810.
' Reaidonoo 777 Fort Sf. Tel. 849
im (aiaiaisisiaiaiaisEisieiaiaciia soiaaraiaiaiaiaEiaiaiisaEfi. lEisjsiaiaisiaisisiaisiaEiara
Handscme Vehicles !
-On tho Molilo.ui we reeolved a largo lot of tho Latost Styles
In SURREYS, PHAETONS and
Honolulu Carriage fianufactdry
W. W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
Si 1034 V..V
THE HOMESTEAD BELONGING
to the Estate of Geo. C. Beckwlth, con
t lining 28.32 acres, situated at Haiku,
Maul, near the Plantation grounds;
elevation 300 feet, trade Winds blow fresh
and cool from the seaa comfortable sub
stantial house of 7 rooms, 3 dressing rooms,
closets, kitchen, pantry and office, and
several outbuildings all In good repair;
fruit and shade trees. Water supply from
cistern and never falling springs. Good
pasture with ravine -and running water.
Clear title from Royal Patents. For fur
ther Information Inquire on the premises
or of F. B.DAMON,
1 1 26 Bank of Hawal I , Honolulu.
P. O. BOX 146
ROAD CARTS, which will make
FORT STREET, ABOVE IIOTEL.
Offices for Rent.
The undersigned hereby notjfy those
that may wish to secure office room near
the City Front and shipping center of the
port, that it intends to erect a new two
story building on the old site of Queen st.,
and that the whole of second floor will be
arranged in offices en suite or single, to
suit intending tenants. The proximity of
this site to the mercantile and shipping
center of this port, makes It a most con
Applications for rooms may be made at
once to C. Brewer & Company, Queen
Honolulu, January 13th, 1899,
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Hood's Sarsaparllla Is prepared by ex
perienced pharmacists ot today, who havo
brought to tho production of this Treat
medlclno the best results of medical re
search. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is a modern
medicine, containing just those vegetable
fngrcdlcnts which were seomlngly In
tended by Nature herself tor tho allevia
tion of human Ills. It purifies and en
riches the blood, tones tho stomach and
digestive organs and creates an appotlto;
It absolutely cures all scrofula eruptions,
bolls, pimples, sores, salt rheum, and
every form of skin disease; cures liver
complaint, kidney troubles, strengthens
and builds up the nervous system. It en
tirely overcomes that tired feeling, giving
strength and energy in place ot weakness
and languor. It wards oft malaria, ty
phoid (over, and by purifying the blood It
keeps the whole system healthy.
HOOCl'S S parlila
Is Hie best-in fact the Ono True Wood Purifier.
Sold by all druggists. $1 ; six for $5.
HnnH'e Dllic euro all l.Wer Ills and
HOOU S flllS sick Ilea.laclie. 25c.
Hotels and Restaurants.
Half Way Between Honolulu
and the Great bcenic
Accommodations for Man and Beast!
In the Most Picturesque
Spot in Nuuanu Valley....
LIGHT WINES AND BEER
Served, excepting Sundays.
A, F. FRANCA, - Proprietor.
Beaver. - Lunch
H. J. NOL-TE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Gofflee
AT ALL noons.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
4LWATR ON IIASD.
Fine Sea bathing and mountain
tTf I All Trains (o ni from Honolulu I S
- S.op at the Hotel 1 Tl
Albert Toogood, Proprietor.
J. VV. CHAPMAN
A.unouncos to tho public that ho Is now
open for ongagomonts to take charge of
Banquets, .Balls, Dinners and Garden
Parties, Socials, etc.
Address ore Union Ifopfdlrt Company
AT THE EAGLE HOUSE
Furnished Room,, well kept, cau bo
had for $2, $2.50 and gd por
week, and Mouls,
AT THE QUEEN HOTEL,
At $4.50, $5 uud $0 per wook.
Go, Sco, Try and Satisfy
And Icecream Parlors.
E: POPPLETON. M'o'it.
This Is a modern up-to-dato Amorlcan
KoKtminwit and Bo'kory. Excollont
Meals for 25 cents.
No. 020 FORT STREET
333 NUUANU ST.,
,' (NEAR HOTEL ST.
CHAS. LINP, Prop'r.
First-class meals-, under tho miporvls
lon of a whlto man, served from 5. a. tn.
to8p.ni. MIULS TWENTY-FIVE Cta.
l'ostofuco liox 112.
Dewey Restaurant. .
A First-class Kosort In ovory respect.
Tho host So-cant moid to ho had.
H ICE CREAM 16 CENTS A PLATE.
' LOOK HOP A CO.,
1008 Borotanla and Fort streets.
Hie Bakcrv Retail
SAHOAK ROW IN DETAIL.
Continued from l'ngo 1.
London mission whoro nil British
and Americans wero wnrnod to go
in tho midst of sovoro urintr,
surrounded by hundreds of robofs
witli bead knives, British Consul
and Captain Sturdeo roacuod tbo
kinc, hrouuht him through tbo
etreot and to the mission unharm
ed. A more beroio act was novor
witnessed. Severo ficrhtintr for
an hour and desultory shooting
throughout the night. Mission
grounds defended by British, all
houses boiDcr crowdod by five or
six hundred women and cbildron.
Many shots struck tho house but
seamon held their firo for an actu
al attack which happily was not
British Captain and Consul
wore constantly in dancer of their
lives and fired on once.British con
sulate in which American consul
nud family bad taken rofugo snr
surrounded by armed guards.
Completely surrounded by rebels
and ttmunition pone loyal troops
succeeded in holding a part of tbo
beach till 12U0 hnd ombarked in
boatB nud took sholtor by British
warship. A sovoro storm arose
and troops woro tnkon on board.
About 3U0 drif tod to German war
ship. Subsequently those 1200
left tboir arms on tho British ship
and surrendered to Matanfa upon
conditions thatMiavo been crossly
A Provisional Government with
President Bnppd as head execu
tive, with approval of all consuls
to p?eservo ponce nnd order until
tbo vfhoto question could, bo set
tled by the Treaty Powers ensued.
It boiug understood upon demand
of British and American consuls
to in no wise affect tho Berlin
treaty or tho power of any oQicers
Tho first act of this Provisional
Government was an armed soizuro
pf tho Supreme Court and at
tempted dismissal of the Chief
Justico, nnd President Itappol
proolaimiug himself as Chief
Upon demand of Chief Justico
Chambers tho American and
British cousuls aftor consultation
with tho captain of tho British
ship, aud with an armed forco
from the ship decided to reopen
rtio court in face of the proclama
tion of tho Provisional Govern
mont that it should not again bo
British iqd Americans wore
warned to come on board and
Cupt. Sturdeo gave goneral. notice
to tho German officials to place
their subjects out of danger as he
would open fire in case of rosis
tanco aud invitod tbo Gorman
warship to assist but no assistance
At 12 o'clock on tho 7th, follow
ing tho U. S. ConBnl undor his
flag aud the British consul under
his ting, Chiof Justico Chambers
embarked in an armed outter un
der command of Lieut. Parker
with tweuty.five seamen. British
consul asked tho party to stop on
the pior in hopes of peaceful set
tlement. Approachiug tbo court houso it
was noticed that tho German Con-
en), captain of the Gorman war
shin Prosidont Raffol who bad
d.'ocI aimed himself Chief Justice
ana a strong bucking of German
subjects Burroundea JlJue
sfreotsfu'es.' -, '
Justice Chambers' par.ty walked
through their lines ami Justico
Chambers mounted tho verandah
supported by British and Amor
cousuls oji d Liout. Parker. Brit-
ihu uonaui proposed peaceful, set
tlement under protest of the Ger
mans, this being refused British
Consul then called on Lieut. Par
ker to movo his men up and they
formed liuo inside tho court en
closure. Tho British Consul made a vig
orous Btatomout of tho rights of
his government and tbo American
Consul spoke for his government
expressing deep regret that ho had
no warship of his own govornment
to defend his demands. Tho Gor
man Consul spoko, and the Prosi
dont. claiming lo spoak as Chief
Justice was ordered by Justioe
Chambers to cease aqd command
ed to address Chambers as Chief
Justice. Still attempting to speak
Iiuffel was, silenced by Chief Jus
tice Ohimbtrs' demand for tho
keys, which dmand was refusod.
Chief Justico Chambors then gave
orders to tho clerk nnd marshal of
tho court to break the doors and
culled upon tho bystandors to as
sist, ns ho wished tho aot perform
ed by civilians. British nnd Ame
rican residents nobly responded
and the door was soon oponod.
Chiof Justico Chambers proclaim
ed in a loud voice from the ver
anda that tho supremo court of
Samoa was open and took his orat
on the bonoh. American and
British consuls made addresses fol
lowed by mombers of the bar.
Tho motion orders wore made
for tho preservation of tho records
of tho court and land titles and
these orders wero posted on tho
court door and on tho land titles
office. The flag of tho court wus
raised by a Britisher named Mnc
kio who climbed to the top of tho
polo and the flag was saluted by
Liout. Parker's squad. Tho
British-American party then re
turned to the British man-of-war
and sin co then all has been quiet
about the court nnd thp notices
posted by Chief Justico Chanibors
Tho family of Chambers wero
nil on board tbo British ship, to
leavo by the first steamer to Auck
land in caro of Iho U. S. Consul.
Tho Chief Justice will remain in
Samoa until tbo gross and out
rageous insult is righted.
Tho decision of tho Chief Jus
tice soo 802tion G, article 3, Berlin
treaty was in writing comform-
ably to tho provisions of tho act
nnd to tho laws and customs of
Samoa not in conflict thorowith;
it was a ennocientious and legally
sound decision and threo great
signatory governments having sol
emnly pledged that they would
accept nnd nbido by such decision,
the Chief Justice demands and
with absolute confidence oxpectu
this engagement to bo kept
Chiof Justico Chambers decided
that Mataafa is not rightfully
elected and is inolligiblo to the
office king of Samoa and is now
by armed force openly backod and
supported by oue of tho signatory
powers in robollion to that deci
sion nnd in treasonable violation
to the Berlin final act. Justico
Chambers has decided ns required
by tho treaty mado by the powers
that Malietoa, son of Maliotoa
Laupopa has been rightfully olect
ed king of Samoa and in the namo
of all tho snored principles that
mako courts of justice the bul
warks of liborty demands that ha
should be supported and enthron
ed by the powers.
It is not often that a physician
recommonds a patent medicine;,
when he does, you mav know that
it is a good one. Dr. J. 1'. Cleve
land, Glasgow, Va , writes: "I
havo used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Botncdy
in my praotico, and it has proven
to be an excollont romedy, whero
n thorough course of medicine had
failod with me. I recommend
it to my pationts every time for
colic and diarrhoea." Many other
progressive physicians recommend
and uso this romfady, because it
nlwnyB cures nud cures quickly.
Got n bottlo ana you will have au
oxcollent doctor in tho house, for
all bowol complaints, both for
children and adults. For snlo by
all dealers. Bouson, Smith &
Co., Gou. Agonts. "
In the Circuit Court ot the
First Circuit, Hawaiian
In the Mntter of the Bankruptcy of S.
Decker, of Honolulu, a Bankrupt :
Creditors of the said Bankrupt are here
by notified to come In and prove their
claims before the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the First Clfcult, at Honolulu,
on Frlduy, the jrd day of 'February, 1899,
ibetween the hours ff ten In the forenoon
hnd noon of the said i'ay.and elect .111
Asslpneeror Assignees, of tne .salJ Bank'
By the Court :
J. A. I HUMPSON,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
1 ijo-tF2ln of the First Circuit.
naniwai Seaside Resort.
MR. HARRY KLEMME desires to Inform
the residents of Honolulu and the nelchlw
Jng Islands that he has taken over the
management 01 tne ILANIYVAI ShAblDE
RESORT, and will run the same with a
view to the entire comfort of his patrons.
Everything will be supervised and carried
on In first-class stvle. but the di.rrces will
still remain moderate. Visitors intending
to locate at the beach for a short season, or
permanently, would do well to inspect the
accommodation llanlwal provides, previous
to making their selection. 1121
Throo fine RISIDKNCC LOTS In one
of Jho cholcetit roaitloneo localities of
Honolulu. Slzo of ots COii x 178 feet.
TIioho loUnro improved and nlroly'laid
out with fruit and ornnmontal Irons.
For further information apply to
OUAH, LANSING A CO.,
1002-tf 210 KhiKHtroet.
A PAYING BUSINESS. CHANCE
FOR ONE WITH SMALL- CAPITAL.
W. E. BIVENS,
1113-1111 1315 Fort St.
Real Estate and Insurance.
L.1FK and miRE3
AGENTS FOK ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance CompahY
Brucs Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Money to Loin on Mortgages.
Wb arb Aoents for
Svea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurance Co. of Phila.
Rooms 7 in S. Ttltphont 6?.
Real Estate Broker.
209i MERCHANT ST.
Twolvo Chlnoso Ornnito Hitching
PimU, S3 cneli.
lroporty In town.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
C9 Wo will liny or BellBetl EtUteia.
11 part ot tho gronp.
tV Wo Kill Bell Propcrtiea on lason
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate ai Gollectloi
OFFICE, 532 FORT STREET,
LOUIS K. AVGREW
OKFICIC: No. 15 Kanliuinanu street,
Honolulu. Formerly A. Hoha's oflloe.
Unltotl Htates Cuxtom Hoiiko Ilrokora
Accountants, Soarchorn ot Tttlos and
Gonornl HiinIiiosh Agents.
Telephone 620 1021
jas. f. Morgan,
Memttti ot Honolulu Stock Exchingt.
P. O. Doi S94.
General Manager of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society '
Of the United SUU for the HwMU .
0'0"t Merchant etrejit. Honololoi
OOTIO.KR AND 8'i
Mo. ' Queen Btrejf.
Expert Apj)fAi4u-ent of He
iatate and Furniture
A. .T. OAMTBELTy,
Stock and Bond Bmkor.
Member ot the Honolulu Stock Exchang.
Office Quoon f.troot, opposite TJnUa
'Telephone jo6. P.O. Pox t . n
DONNELLY & ROSS,
Expert Accountants and
9 Searchers of Titles."
Cdhtom Hot'BE Brokers. .
Room No. 5 Hprockols I)ulldlug,'
Honolulu, II. I.
L. C. ABLES, v
Real Estato and -Financial S
) irt )
316 FOUT STREIi7r,-(