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t " T ' THE EVENING BOLLKTIN. HONOLULU, H. 1., MARCH 1GV 1809. 3
T reMMMMlMmMMllSlMiLORD BERESFORD HOME n "
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FOR THE SEASON !
33 PERFUMES g-S
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's, in all odors
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
Of NEW YORK.
Legal Reserve to Policy Holders 20,866,008.00
Surplus to Policy Holders 2,571,595.9;
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
Tlio Clormunla lusuos nil tlio latost and most liberal forms of Life, Instal
ment, Incomo Dlvldond, Emlnwmotil or Bonil Potlclos.
GEAR, LANSING & CO., General Agents.
EMMETT MAY, Manager.
1029 210 King street, Honolulu.
THE CONNOISSEUR'S Joy is
AND HIS JUDGMENT FOR PURITY
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.. Ltd.
Teleplio:n.3 3STo. --
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
. . . .IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN.... '
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New pinrta received by every paoket from the States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All orilors faithfully attended to, and itoodn delivered
TO ANY PART OP THE CITY FREE.
General Agents for tho Sanitarium Brand of Hoaltli Poods.
Maud Onlen Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed,
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
Midlines Sold on Installments. Renting and Repairing.
Parts and Needles for All Machines.
L. F. PRESCOTT, ,
Wheeler & Wilson
LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH COMBINED.
PORT, NEAR HOTEL STREET, - - HONOLULU, II. I.
On tho Mohican wo rocolved a largo lot of the Latest Styles
In SUUREY3, PILE TON'S and
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
ffl TV. TV. WJR.IGUEIT, Prop'r.'
31 1034 V
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HILO.
Is a pretty
Advert is er.
who use its col
good paper xor
$: 50 per
Without a Rival.
IT APPEALS TO HIS
palate: FOR TASTG
P. O. Box 145
ROAD CARTS, which will mako
FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
Office tt the Hawaiian Chinese News Co '
It No.Stf King street, Honolulu, H I.
Cooks, Walters, Yardmen, Plantation La
borers, and all kinds of employees furnish
ed promptly on short notice.
This Agency fully examines all appli
cants for employment as to their compe
tency before sending them to its patrons.
P. O. Box g6
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
London, Mnrcli 8. Lord
Olmrlea Beioford lnncled this
nftprnoon at Soutbnmptou on tlio
American liuor St. Louis after nix
months' bard work ns the Dritish
empire's coramnrrial traveler in
Gliinn and tho Uinlod Slnles. Tho
(jnllnnt admiral Haul he felt all
rittht and (it for anything.
When iibUimI to give his opinion
nn the future of China trade, tho
fo-liup. in llie United Stntt's on
tli mntlrr and futuro relations of
Grcmt Britain and tho United
StatoH Lord Berceford said:
"Theio is only ouo thing fo do,
and that is to maintain a policy of
open door. If we don't havo that
policy and if wo go in for Bphrres
of influonco wo shall drift into
war. ypliorcfl of iulluencu moans
every country crabbing Boraolhing,
and if all tho powers begiu grab
bing land iu China tlify nro
bound to ntmrrul and war will bo
tho result. I am convinced that
wo can keep China on her feet if
wo do not go iu for a policy of
pvniy uati,on grasping torritory for
"Tlio thine for Japan, Oormany,
tlio United States nud Crept Bri
tain to do is to agree in maintain
ing tho opou-door policy, insisting
Unit no ports shall be closed
against tlioir nhips of trado. So
far as trado is concerned Groat
Britain is h prodoininaut partner
iu China. Wo must keep ports
open if wo are to keep our trade.
As for competition, America is
going ahead with leaps and
bound, faster than wo are, but at
present we have morn trado than
Hvorbody olso. Tho trado of
Ohiua la-t year was worth 55,
(100,000, of which 05 par cent was
with British traders.
"Whilo in America I ondotvor
od to show that with her growing
trade she is as much interested as
England, Germany and Japan in
soeuring unrestricted trado with
China. Of course I do not sug
godt a out-nnd-dricd nllianco be
tween theso poworB or between us
and America. I don't think it
uccessary, and I don't suggest for
a moment that America would
join nn alliance of that kind, but I
might agreo, working
to maintain an opon
IjOM u liar 109 iSereeforu ox
pronsed his appreciation of the
kind treatment which ho had re
ceived in America and paid a
flowing tribute to tho business
activity and industry of the coun
try. Ho stated positively his
mission was purely commercial
and not political.
Cn 11I alii Hinltli Hnnli a Divorce.
Captain John Tremaino Smith,
master of tho stoamship City of
Pekingt has suod for a divorce
from his wife, Henrietta Jorss
Smith, on the grounds of cruolty
nud desortiou. The SraithB wore
married in Sausalito in 18S7, and
have ratdo their homo in Yokoha
mo. Mrs. Smith recently loft for
England, stating that she never
intended to return. Hor husband
aoouses her further of undue in
dulgence in cignrettes and elintii
pacne. It is not exneced that the
divorce will be contorted, but as
the husband asks for tho custody
of the minor ohil I, uow iu Eng
land, thoro may bd a contest on
that point. Mrs Hraitu n said to
be a striking beauty. Chronicle,
The Lsit Car.
The last cars of tho King street
lino going to Waikiki and Palama
pass tUo Anchor Saloon. The
cleverest mixologists in H10 citv
aro there always to rjut vou nn
anything you may dosiro. Drop
in and tnko a dron boforo vou take
the car. The celebrated Seattle
bcor is to bo had hero on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tbo
famous A. A. Jesse Moore Whisky
etc, always on hand. Tho moBt
exacting and varied demands can
bo satisfied. Tho Anohor Saloon
is hero to pIoaBo its patrons.
Cruller lUlrlsliat Altflrri.
Algiers, March 8. Tho United
Statos oruiser Raleigh, on hor way
homo from Manila, arrivod here
this afternoon aod is coaling hero
preparatory to resuming hor
War Hlilpe Iletnrn Manila.
Washincton, March 8. The
Navy Department is informed that
tuo crnisor Haltimore and the mo.
nitor Monterey, whioh have beon
in dock at Hongkong, have arrived
Whnt n llnnrlixr nf That Dletrlct
A Kan correspondent wriliup
on the uorn 11 v, lias tho following
to say: "The Grst horn Hies rondo
their nppearnuco here about tho
middto of Inst July and increased
steadily iu uumbers until about
the first of Decerabar, when they
decreased, not showing up in any
"About tho first of last month,
they increased again and now they
aro thick. From this, it would
HPom that thoy have certain pe
riods during the year when they
increaso greatly in numbers. Of
course, tho periods cannot be
stated just uow, for tho horn fiios
havo not been in tho district long
enough for one to form any ac
curate idea as to their habits.
"Tho Hies are a great deal worse
at tho bei.uh or at a low olovation,
than thoy are highor up. At nn
elevation of GU00 feet, I have no
ticed but n very few, and tho low
er you got down, tho worse thoy
"From what I havo beon nblo to
observe, I tlo uot see thnt they
kill the stock. However, they do
worry cattle a creat deal. When
I find cattle thnt aro worried more
than others (and tho ilio certniu
ly do prdfor some cattle to others)
I reraovo those to a higher alii
tudo. Thoro is comploto recovory
when thU is dono."
a llnntl In
London, Maroh G. Tho wolcome
anuouueement was made by the
Financial Secretary of tlio Trea
sury, R W. Hanbury, in the
Houbo of Commons today, that the
Govornmont has decided to intro
duce competition in tho telephonic
sorvico of thj country. He asked
for n credit of 810,000,000 as a
startor in order to enable tho
Postollico Department to dovolop
the telephonic communioitiou of
Iu making tho anuouueement
Mr. Hanbury admitted that it was
a uotorious fnct that Great Britain
was far bohind the United Statos
and othor countries in tho tuattor
of telephonic communication.
The House ultimately adopted
a resolution-embodying Air. Uan
Ilavrallnn Hotel, Concert.
The following selections will be
played by Me baud, at a concert
on the Hawaiian hotel grounds in
honor of tho passengers who enmo
by tho Australia, beginning at
Overtures: Road to Glory -Kllnjr.
rawasiu: soio aim uuoruH.Loniurnu
Selection: A Tclenlionu Girl
a) Lul Ponl Mol, Sweet Lei Mamo
(b) Kuu Wehlwehl, Kokohi (by re
quest) TAUT H.
Comet Solo Polka: LI.zie...Hartinan
Selection: Irish Melodies... O'Conner
I'untuslft: Awakening of tho Linn
Two MarcliCH by Sousa: (a) Stars unil
Tlio Star Spangled Banner.
"I can say ono thing for Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy; and that is that it
excols any proprietary tuedicino I
have Been on the market, ond I
have boon in the practice of medi
oine and the drug business for tho
past forty years," writos J. M.
Jackson, M. D., BronBou, Fla.
Physicians liko Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea
Remedy because it is a scientific
preparation, and becaueo it always
gives quick relief. Get a bottle at
your drug storo.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
nnJer and pursuant to an order issued out
of the Circuit Court of the First Circuit,
In the Est.ite of Manuel A. Harete, de
ceased, I am directed by Antonio Richard,
Executor of said Estate, in pursuance of
said order, to sell at Public Auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, on Monday, the
loth dav of April. 1800. at 12 o'clock noon
of that day, at my salesroom on Queen
street, in me city 01 tionomiu, an ana sin
gular that certain niece or parcel of land
situate at Kallhl, Honolulu aforesaid, and
being a portion of Royal Patent 3546, L. C,
10408, and more particularly described
1 more parti
in. w. corner ot
this land and running N. 51 oo E. 148
feet along Kahaulki; N. 8? oo E. 336 feet
along Railroad: S. 190 30.566 feet along
W. L. Wilcox; N. 32o' E. 490 feetalong
y. u. yyiicox 10 iniiMi poiiu. rtrea3 3-10
TERMS CASH I Deeds at expense of
urchaser, and sale subject to confirmation
y tne urcuit Court ot t-irst circuit.
For further narticulars anDlv to CECIL
BROWN, Attorney for the Executor.
Dated Honolulu, March 14th, 1809.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1 i68-td Auctioneer.
bv the circuit CourtoTFIrst Cl'rcuttf " COntaCtO! 3.11(1 ijUlIClCr. HT at'U n vi 4 rPrt-il-M S,iW
Rhoumntlsm, Kldnoy Troublos and
Sick Hoadncho tho Rosults-Doc-
torod for Years Without Rollof.
"My blood was out of order, and I bo
Can taking Rood's Sarsarrarllla. It has
purified my blood and relieved mo of
rheumatism, kidney trouble and sick
headaches. I havo been afflicted with
theso difficulties for years. I am now ablo
to do a pood day's work. Ilhcumatlsm has
troubled mo slnco I w as a child, but I am
now entirely well." Misa I'lliconK Dai-
lbt, Box 415, Pasadena, California.
"I havo suffered from the effects of lm
puro blood, boils, pimples, etc., for 11 to
years. I havo tried various remedies with
out relief and finally purchased six hot
tics of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Tho bolls
and pimples havo all disappeared slnco I
began taking this medicine. I am now
entirely cured." Louis TnostAS, 1412
11th Street, Oakland, California.
is tho best Iu fact tlio One True. Wood Puri
fier. All druggists. $1, six for $5. flctlloo.r-.
Hood'S Pills flabfiyncYciaL sic.'0-
Hotels and Restaurants.
Beaver - Lunch
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffco
at all noons.
THE FINE8T B1MND8 OV
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HANI).
-: IN THE :
At $8 and $10 per month.
CALL AND SEE THEM
-Near the New Theater
Best Meals in the City !
l-roparod and sorvod by whlto om
ployoos. Opou day nnd night.
O. T. QOW, MnnoRor.
FINE SEA BATHING AND MOUNTAIN
tt- All Trains is ini from Honolulu I tn
JW I Stop at the Hotel I
Albert Toogood, Proprietor.
J. W. CHAPMAN
Announcos to tlio public that ho la now
opon for ongagomonts to tako cliargo of
Banquots, Balls, Dlnnors and Clardou
Parties, Socials, otc
AddrQM caro Union Kxprois Company
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 NUUANU ST..
NEAlt IIOTKL ST.
CHAS. L1ND, Prop'r.
First-class moaU, under tho suporvls
Ion of a whlto man, sorvod from S a. in.
to8p. m. MEALS TWENTY-FrVE Cta.
roatoluco Box 112.
A First-class Itosort In overy rospoct.
Tho boat 25-cout moal to bo had.
IOEOUEAM IB CENTS A l'LATE.
LOOK HOP it CO.,
1008 Borotanla and Fort Ktraotn.
310 KING STREET.
IfflBrGallTIIC flgollCjf CABINETMAKERS. J
210 KING STREET. TURNERS AND POLISHERS ol all lclnJoNaiv. K
rDifflcnlt Collections a SpeclMly. 3S2r N M
.1. OTJDERKIRK, CHARLES CRAMER, W&
House Movlne, anJ alt Kinds ol Heavy Welihts . .... sm
HanjieJ. 534''l-JKI a I., K
NO. 6ij TORT STREET. HONOLULU. Nr corner o Chaplain Ut mSJR
(Opposite Club Stables). Cleaning anl Repairing at Short Notice, JfiB
Residence Telephone 490. uCj-tl anifln the best possible manner ml nlaVv
Real Estate and Insurance.
WUJJtfjhjWkJJL.a-tkjv it Ml
XL,13?M and FJilE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
iETNA Fire Insurance Company
Brucs Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Money to L0311 on Mortgages.
WB ARE AGENTS TOR
Svea Fire Insuranco Co. of Gothenburg
Amorican Fire Insurance Co. of Phila.
Room! t an 8. Tlf phont 6:4.
Real Estate Broker.
209 MERCHANT ST.
Twolvo Clilnoso Granlto Hitching
I'osIh, S5 oncli.
l'roiwrty In town.
iiousis to i.irr.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
CV Wo will Uuy or Hell Ileal Estate In
ill parts of the group.
Eff We will Boll FroporticH ou Uc&son.
JFFICE, 10 West King Street
OFFICE, C32 FORT STREET.
Unltod States CiiHtom Uouso llrokor,
Accountant, Searcher of Titles and
Oonornl IinihioKs Agent.
OFKlCIi No. 15 Kiiahlinunu wtroot,
Honolulu. Forinorly A. ltos.i'n olllce.
JAS. F. MOHUAN,
tol Estate ud M Unfair
Mtmtxi ol Honolulu Stock Uxchangt.
P. O. Box jw
General Manager of
fht Editable Life Assurance Society
Ot the United Btates for the Hawaiian
Orr'oxi Morchant street, Honolulrii
JAS. F. MORGAN,
UUTIONEKU AND STOCK BKOKIU
No. 45 Queen Street.
Export Appruisoniont of Real
Sotate and Fnmituro
A. ,T. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member ol the Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Odlco Queou strcot, opjio-dto Union
Telephone ;oo. P.O. Vox 57. iw
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