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THE EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. 1., FEBRUARY 13, 18DD.
FOR THE SEASON!
'Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's, in all odors
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,-
Maile Cologne, Without a Rival.
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
Of NEW YORK.
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
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
TI10 Gorniunla Usnos nil tio latest mid most liberal forms of Llfo, Instal
ment, Iiicotun Divldond, KnilrAvmotil or ltond Policies.
GEAR, LANSING & CO., General Agents.
EA.METT MAY, Manager.
,1029 210 King street, Honolulu.
THE CONNOISSEUR'S oy is
JJ4 jrajWS'wi $y
AND HIS JUDGMENT FOR PURtTY
Wa C. PEACOCK fc CO., Ltd.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
. . ..IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN....
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New goods received ty every packet from the States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All orriem faithfully atlemlod to, and eoods delivered
TO ANY PART OF THE 01 TY FREE.
Gouoral Agents for the Sanitarium Brand of Health Eoods.
aland Order Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed,
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
Embalming a Specialty.
LOVE BUILDING, 634-53G FORT ST. TEL. 84G.
R.'sidonoo 777 Fort St. Tol. 819'.
PM . . .....
On tho Mnlitciti wo rocolved a largo lot of tho Lntost Styles
in SUmtEYS, PILUrONS and
l Honolulu Carriage Hanufactory
VV. W. VV JtAl.K3rM.'XX-9 X'rop'r.j
THE HOMESTEAD BELONGING
to the Estate of Geo. CiBeckwIth, con
taining 28.32 acres, situated at Haiku,
Maul, near the Plantation grounds;
elevation 300 feet, trade winds blow fresh
ar ' -ool from the sea; a comfortable sub-s-
1.1I house of 7 rooms, 3 dressing rooms,
ts, kitchen, pantry and office, and
-il outbuildings all In good repair;
- and shade trees. Water supply from
rn 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,
il?6 Bank of Hawaii, Honolulu.
5T APPEALS TO HIS ggc,M
DAI iTC FOU TASTi-
P. O. BOX 145
ROAD CARTS, which will niako
fort sti:bt, above;hoteu
I will not be responsible for any bills
contracted In the name of P. J. Voeller &
Co. without the signature of the manager,
Benito Guerrero, or his attorney In fact.
L. H. DEE,
u 1 1 r 1 c Att0"y Fact.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, iSon. u-ii-iw
The Home Bakery Restaurant on Fort
street will be closed for alteration until
further notice. The Bakery will run as
No bllOn-WOrn rrnnils nn thn rnim.
ters of merchants who advertise in
In tho Stomach Dreadful Hoad
nchoa Fnco and Nock Covorod
With Bolls-Curod by Hood's Sar-saparllla-Skin
Is Now Cloar.
" I was corcrcd with bolls all over my faco
and neck. I had dreadful headaches anil
pains In my stomach. I took medicines,
but was not mnch benefited, and I pro
cured six bottles of Hood's Sarsaparllla.
After taking tho first bottlo I c.ould sco an
improvement. When I had taken a few
moro bottles tho bolls had all go no, my
skin was clear, my appetite returned, and
my health was entirely restored. I am
thankful I over found such a blood puri
fier as Hood's Sarnnparllln. I paid out a
good deal of money for useless medicines
before taking Hood's Sarsaparllla." V. P.
Beckwitit, Hurlook, Maryland.
If you decide to try Hood's Sarsaparllla
do not bo Induced to buy any other.
HOOdi S parHIa
Is tho llcst In fact tho Ono True Mood l'url
fler. lie sure to get Hood's, l'rlco $1, six for $5.
HnrwPc DMlc nrol,l ""frl'llls tofiko
IIOOU S KllIS uitn Rood's Sarsajurllla.
Hotels and Restaurants.
Half Way Between Honolulu
ana me ureat scenic
Accommodations for Han 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. NOLTK, Proprietor.
Hie Best Lunch in Town
Tea and CoJFfeo
at Atii noons.
CHE FINEST 13RANDH OK
Cigars and Tobacco
A&WATH ON QAWP.
Rooms and Cottages
BY THE MONTH
CHEAP FOR CASH
Por day, SI ; por woek, Si and 84 ;
por month, 310 to $15.
JIKALS : .por d.iy 75 conts; por wook,
Finb Sea Bathing jand mountain
A HEALTHFUL Sl'OT CLOSE TO Till: SEA
W I All Trains to ni from Honolulu I Km
43" I Siop.t the Hotel -O
Albert Toogood, Prop'ietor.
J. W. CHAPMAN
Announcos to tho public that lie In now
opon for ongngomonts to tako clmrso of
Banquots, Balls, Dinnors and Oardati
Parties, Socials, otc
Addrew care Union Express Company
And Icecream Parlors.
E. POPPLTSTON. M'fl'K.
This Is mi inodorn up-to-liito American
Restaurant and lUkery. Exrollont
Moala for 25 con to.
No. 629 FORT STREET
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 NUUANU ST.,
NEAR HOTEL ST.
OHAS. LIND, Prop'r.
First-class moals, undor tho miporvls
lon of a whlto limn, oorvod from 0 n. 111,
mo p. in. oiKAU-i 'nVKKTY-FIVK Cts.
XTISIOIIICO ijox 1J-.
A FirHt-olftKH Itnvnrt In nnrx? rnutvint
Tho lost 2o cont moal to bo had.
ICE CREAM 15 GENTS A PLATE.
LOOK HOP & CO.,
1008 HoroUnla and Fort strooti,
lie Bakery Roslaurant
T. F. LANSING FOR SENATOR.
Continued from Pago 1.
it wns tho privilpgo of ovory tlolo
galo to cast Lis individual ballot.
Mr. McCaudlrss then moved
Unit the noraiuntious close, which
wns seconded and put to tho meet
ing. Mr. Towse snul ho knew of no
authority for tho objootion of Mr.
Kennedy. It was an ordinary
motion in any dolibnrativo body.
There was no other nomination,
aud it would facilitato matters to
allow tho general motion.
Col. Fisher said, it was a trifling
malter to squabble ovor, but
things must bo done according to
the rules of convention. Therefore,
ho did not soo how tho motion
could bo entertained under their
Mr. Towso explained that ho
did not eay, "cast a unauimous
ballot," but. "cast tho ballot of tho
Mr. Carter, having been asked
to givo his opinion, said that it
was invariably understood that
tho motion for tho secretary to
cast a ballot meant unanimous
coiiBont of tho convention, and the
motion in snob n caso as tho
present ought to bo for a suspen
sion of tho rules.
Tho chairman ruled in accord
ant with Mr. Carter's opinion
and tho motion of Mr. McCand
I088 boing put was carried unani
Messrs. Hoocs and Martin wore
appointed as tellors, and tho bal
Col. lienor called for the candi
date to give his support to tho
platform, nccordiuc to tho rules.
As Mr. Lansing was not presont,
Uol. lusher and Mr. Kennedy
wero appointed a committee to
fetch-him beforo tho convention.
They returned in a .fow minutes
oscorting tho candidate.
Mr. Lansing was received with
hearty applause, and, on boinc re
quested by the chairman to ad
dress tho convention, said: I did
tumk that, ns 1 had boon identi
fied with tho American Union
party since its iucoption, my
principlos wore so woll known
that i should not neod to
co mo boforo a convention to da-
claro thorn. But a raembor has
reminded mo that it is ono of the
rules adopted by tho party, that
every nomiuoo is required to do
so. I thank you, goutlomon, for
the opportunity of appearing be
fore you this cvoniug. Tho ob
jects that brought us together bis.
yearB ago have been attained, but
tho political changes that nre
about to take place makes it in
cumbent upon ovory man hero
present, upon ovory member of tho
American Union party, upon all
supportors of annexation, and up
on every American in tho islands,
wuethor Identified with any poli
tical parties heretofore or not, to
stand roady to porform what
evor duty they may be called up
on to do toward fostorinc and
maintaining tho principles of
American liberty auct ltuiopon
deuce, throughout the islands. I
bog to assure you of my fidolity
to tho principles of tho American
Union party, and ray willingness
to co-oporute with you in promot
ing tho commercial importance
and political honor of these isl-
nuda, 60 far as lies in my power to
Tho ballot was thon called out
by the tollors, showing twouty-two
votoB for Mr. Lansing, ono com
plimentary voto for tho reproaon
tativo of tho Bulletin present,
and one blank ballot.
Chairman Smith announced
Mr. Lansing as tho candi
date of tho convention by a
practically unanimous voto.
Col. Fishur moved that a com
mittee of three bo appointod (o
wee that tho potition wns properly
drawn up, lho necessary number
of signatures to it obtained, and
tho deposit of $25 mado with tho
Minister of the Intonor before 4
o'clock Monday afternoon. Car
Messrs. Kennedy, Fishor and
Sims wore appointod such commit
too. Col. Fishor, on a motion to ad
journ boing made, said laughing
ly: Before wo adjourn I must say
it is a Yory crude sot of politicians
who havo arranged this meeting,
othcrwiso wo should have bad all
these things cut and dried so that
wu need not have tnkon up a wholo
evening with tho business.
Among a small uutnbor of spec
lalois present woro noticed Hon.
II. M. Whitney and Col. AVill.
Adjourned at 8:18.
Thoo. F. Lausing may fairly bo
regarded as ono of tho foremost
citizens of tho now Hawaii. His
career, from tho beginning of
many yoars' residence in liono
lulu, has been altogethor honora
bio, meritorious and upward.
Prior to tho dark latter days of
18D2, Mr. Lansing was not ac
counted as a politiciuu. Tue
events of that epoch, however,
moved him as it did others wav
ing a stako in tho country, and a !
puulic-Bpinted mtoiost in its wel
faro, to como to tho front and
mnko a stand for tho coainluto aud
permanent Amoricanizing of tho
country us thoonly policy giving
assurnuco ot stability, trauquillity,
liberty and progross. Mr. Laus
ing was ono of tho thirteon tuoin
bors of tho Committeo of Safety
who, on Junuary 17, 1893, threw
their fortunes aud their lives into
tho balauoo in proclaiming at aii
end tho country's nuoinalous con
dition of boiug ruled by a sovor
oigu assuming suporior authority
to tho constitution, aud installing
iu power a provisional govern
ment that dovoloped into a con
stitutional republic which has
boon ablo to attain to union with
tho greatest republic on earth.
Mr. Lansing has for many yoars
been one of the most valued mem
bers of tho Board fo Health.
For a few months, when Mr. Da
mon had resignod to attend the
Diamond Jubiloe in London, Mr.
Lansing held tho ollico of Minis
tor of Financo. Ho performed its
high and onerous duties with sa
tisfaction nliko to hiscollengues
and tho community.
Iu private affairs Mr. Lansing's
record has boen no less creditable
than in thoso of a public nature.
For a long period ho was tho man
agor of tho largo importing house
of M. Phillips it Co., a position to
which ho earned promotion' by his
fidelity in a moro hum bio capaci
ty. For some time past he has
boen ongagod in the financial,
real cstato and insurance business
as a momrjor ot tuo urm ot uear,
Lansing & Co. Mention must
not bo omitted of tho leading part
iur. unnsing iook ion yoars ngo
in starting tho Pioneer Building
and Loan Association, which has
proved to bo ono of tho most use
ful institutions, as it is 6teadily
becoming one of tho most flourish.
ing and powerful, which has ovor
been identified with U10 progress
It woro a bleBBiug devoutly to
be wished by the country if all
who aro chosen to make its laws
held thn samo honorable record,
in public or private allairs, as
Thoo. F. Lansing, tho unopposed
candidate of tho American Union
party for tho seat now vacant in
tho Senate. Not only tho party,
but tho country, may rest assured
that his pledgo of fidolity to Ame
rican principlos will be faithfully
and strictly redeomed to the letter.
May tho honor now protTerod Mr.
Lansing by tho proraier sena
torial district not be the last ono
he shall receive from the samo
r.lcrlrlclly a Cur..
May Ihero not bo hope for the
groat afflicted class of Hawaii in
tho following lato dispatch from
"Prof. Benedict, of tho Vionna
University, who has been expori
monting during tho past year
with the Tesla system of cures by
means of electrical currents, has
achieved eomo splendid results iu
tho cure of gout and skin disensps.
Ho believes it is practicable to
euro consumption by this method.'
T Our Cu.tomtr..
Chambqrlain's Cough Ilomody
is tho boat cough syrup wo havo
evor used oursoives or in our
families. W. H. King, Isaac P.
King and many othors in this
vicinity, havo also prononnced it
tho host. All wo want is for poo
ple to try it, and thoy will be con
vinced. Upon honor, there is no
better thau wo havo evor tried,
and wo havo used many kinds.
11. A. Blako & Son, Qoueral Mer
chants, Big Tunnol, Va. Sold by
nil dealors. Benson, Smith &
Co., Gen. Agents.
Atnorican Messenger Sorvice
Masouio Tomple. Telephone
Mr. F. O. Holbig, a prominent
druggie1, of Lynchburg, Va., Bays:
"Uno or our citizens was cure" ot
rheumatism of two years stand
ing, by ono bottlo of Chainborlain's
Pain Dalm. This liniment is
famous for its euros of rheuma
tism; thousands havo boon de
lighted wilh tho prompt relief
wliich it affords. For bhIo by nil
dealors. lienson, bmith x (Jo
Real Estate and Insurance,
JLtlFJi. and iniRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
. of Hartford.
Brucs Waring & Co.
Lands fok Sale.
Money to Lmii on Mortgages.
WB ARB AGENtS fOR
Svea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurance Co. of Phila.
Room 1 in 8. Telefhor. 67.
Real Estate Broker,
209i MERCHANT ST.
Cliluoso Grnnlto HltelilliK
l'ots, $' each,
l'rojiorty iu town.
1IOUSUS TO M.T,
W. C. ACHI & CO,,
Brokers & Dealers
OT Wo will liny or Hell Real EBtato in
ill parts of I lie (jronp.
C?" Wo will Soil Propcrtioa on Koanon.
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
OFIUGE, G32 FORT STREET.
LOUIS K. M'GREW
OKKIC'l! Xo. 15 Kimlmimum utreot,
Honolulu. Fonuorlr A. Kos.i'h olllee.
Unltml Stutos Outom IIouxo HroKorn
Accountant, .ScnruluirH of Tltlu- and
Gonornl HusmexH Acmta.
Tolopliono B20 1021
JAS. 1 JIOHQAX,
Membci of Honolulu Stock Exclungt.
P. O. Dox 51.
General Munngor of
I'he Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United State for the Hawaiian
Orirwi Merchant Htrttet. Ilonolnlni
JAS. F. MORGAN,
(IOTIONEKB AND STOCK BKOKKB
No. 45 Qncen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Xstate and Furniture,
. A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member ol tb Honolulu Stock Exctungt.
Ofllco Quoon etrcot, opposite Union
1'Tetephone 506. P.O. Don )?. 1044
DONNELLY & ROSS,
Expert Accountants and $
Searchers of Titles.
Cubtom House Buokeiib.
Room No. 5 Sprockola llulltltntr,
Honolulu, H. I.
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