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"W1'1 ' '"
FOR THE SEASON !
S:$ PERFUMES &S
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's, in all odors
Toilet Sets,' Perfume Bottles,
Maile Cologne', Without a Rival
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
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 1 1 ,632,424.06
Tlio (luriuitnta KsimmiiII thn latost and nnvu liberal forms of I-lfo, Instal
ment, Inooinn Dividend, Enilnwmoni or Bowl Policies.
GEAR, LANSING & CO., General Agents.
EMMETT MAY, Manager.
Judd Building, Honolulu.
THE CONNOISSEUR'S ioy
PmbV kiLcJ'AuHli r 1 -- f LVfAflSTT'Hf K9'k!e
.AND HIS JUDGMENT FOR PURITY
W. O. PEA.COG& &,CQ Ltd.
Telephone 3STo. -4-
Telephone 92. P. O. Box 145
H. B. McINTYRE & BRO.,
, . . . .IMP )RTERS AND DEA LERS IN....
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
Nttw kihmI rnoe'v.'it tiy every iiio"t frmn "lie Stat ami Europe,
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All onle 1 I l 'fully rttteu'lw! hi, ami irniwl iMIvrred
TO ANY PART OF THE WTY PRER.
Qouoml Agents for tho Sani arium Brand of Health Poods.
Hand Order dnllalri. S-tttsfoofiiiti UuitMnteedi
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
Abchlnes Sold on Installments. Renting and Repairing.
Parts and Needles for All Machines.
L. F. PRESCOTT,
Wheeler & Wilson
v LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH COMBINED.
FORT, NEAR MOTEL STREET, - , - HONOLULU
Handsome Vefiitiles !
On tho Moliiuin wo rocolveJ a largo lot of the Xatost Styles
In SUminYS, PIi;nrON3 and
Honolulu Carriage rianufactory
"W. "W. WRIGHT, Prop'r. .',
V FORT STREET, ABO;E HOTEL.;
THE HAWAII HERALD.
Ml.' ' , '."upi-lfeHCDHirlo., No.
Is a pretty
go h paper for
JF2.50 per an
riu n, preferably
who use ks col
, Strangers consult
BECAUSE IT APPEALSITO HIS
palate: for taste
"X'l r t ftvy ti I-
KOAD CARTS, which will make
.Honolulu Chinese ';ic '
Office t the Hawllan Chinese Newj Co 't
it N0.8H King itrrct. Honolulu, 11,1.
Cools, Walters, Yardmen, Plantation La
borers, and all kinds of employees furnish
ed promptly on short notice.
This Agencv fully examines all appli
cants for employment as to their compe
tency before sending them to its patrons.
Ttl.Tsa P. O. Box 96
The Bulletin, 75 cents per vionth.
11 ' M
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JUDD BUILDING RECEPTION
OpportQDlty for Seeing the Interior and
Gear, Lansing & Co.'s Elegant Quarters Fire
Escape Provided - Grandson o( Dr.
Judd Has OfUoo Reserved.
Many ladies nnd contlompn ex
plored thn Judd building, at tbo
public- reception Monday after
noon. Expressions of admirnti n
for the comforbibk' and cominodi
ous ofliceu on every floor nindo n
continuous buzz. Tbo rido to tbo
lourtn story 111 tuo einvMor whb n
treat Bomo Btyb' about it too.witb
tbo nttoudaut boy in cent uni
Tliero nro innny fino viows of
oily, country ami soa from tbn
biulinr window. A staunch nnd
Hiii. lire esimpo in tho auitlo of tbn
building in rear was aotnething
uhw to many
lioaideBlho Rank of IlawniiV
xthff. Gear. Lanhing & Co. and W
j. n rutin w-ro tounn nt uom1.
Mr. Smith, jint escaped from ix
years' thraldom to bis "bloo linp"
country, rej deed thut bo was nnc
mure lii - own master. All of
tlie-n to'uotbor with Chief Jantico
Jndd and Geo. R. Cnrtor were at
tontivo to tbo visitors from first to
Tho Cbiflf Jmlico recards tho
building hearing bis family nam'
hb a monument to bin long depart
od father, Dr. G P Judd, one of
tho parly attteomeo of tbocnuotry.
A unite of offlcoa is reserved in the
building for his hon Allan, wbon
he returns homo a full-fledged
luwver npxt nummor. '
Goar, Lansing & Co. Iiavn an
elegint and well-appointed offlop
011! tbo ground floor, opening to thp
riulit off the main entrance from
Fort street. Thp outer door openB
upon a vestibule with tcBsolati'd
marble floor, whioh brings ono up
Jo tho frout other screon This is
in bank Biyh of brouzn open woik
and glass with wickets for cashier,
etc. Swiuuing doors load from the
front oIGch into the piivate room
of tho chief partners, whioh is al
so entered from thn main hallway
nt the bck of the elevator. Bo
bind the room just mentioned is a
largo reolangalar aprtmoiit furn
ished for n board room. This 00
cupies a t-ingle atory annex by it
solf within the nniile of the build-
ing'H L shaped ground plan, and it
i8 wen iiitniKi aua ventuatea witu
a lark-o skylight and ventilators in
tho roof aud Bin all glazed portholo
near the ceiling. A suuit and so
qunstered cornor in the front office
ts famished in parlor stylo as a re
ception and waiting room. Tho
furniture throughout harmonizes
with tho general elegance of the
Ou the ground floor, Merchant
street Bi'dp, in lino with the Bauk
ol Hawaii.is.alarao Buiteof officos
occupied by tho Honolulu Invest
meut Co. It is woll furnished for
North American H'vImt'i .. rcjunr.
George J3. McOlellan Harvey,
New York capitalist and editor,
who has purohnsoJ the North
Amorican Review for 225,000
and bas assumed editorial charge
or tne- publication, is ouly 85
years old, and a fw yenrs ago was
a reporter working hard for a
small salary. He was born in
Vermont of Scotch descent and
got a grammar Bohool education.
Wbon Harvey whb only 15 ho
was already writing for tho daily
pipers. At 18 ho secured a plnce
as reporter on tuo npringliold Ho
publican and was ono year on tbo
locol staff of tho Chicago l).ily
News. When 21 he camo to Now
xorK and began to work as
porter on the World. TTn
from that position to bo'toanaging
editor of tho papor at 25, and
editor-in-chief at 20. Resigning
because of poor health, ho did not
return to newspaper work, but en
tered the industrial field and
built several elootrical railways.
Among otbor properties ho owub
is the Newurk,N, J., Doily Adver
tiser. Ho is the nresident of nnv.
eral electrical railway concerns in
llie vioinity of Now York, and last
year acquired tho street railways
offHavona'. ,Tlie North American
Review wbb fouodediin 1815, and
io,jc7runps, iuu leauing American
magazine of its kind. '
.llyou'wanta nico rubber tiro
back with a careful driver ring up
Club Stablo Haok Stand Tol. W'J,
and wo guarantoo you will bo
satisfied. ; '
Hnincnnt Fncle Ab"at tile AeeocUtlon
TIip calendar of tho Freo Kind
orgnrten nud Cbildrou's Aid Ah
sneiation of the Hawaiian Islands
has just been i-mied. Bosido
some excellont illustrations, full
roports of tbo various officers and
committees and other interesting
poiute, the caloudar contains tho
following significant faots in the
work of tho Freo Kindergarten
1892 Oponina of thn first frpp
kindnrunrton in Honolulu by Mr.
Frank W. Uamon, in connection
with the Chinese m'ssion.
1893-Estahli8timent or a Ha
waiian, a Porlucueco and a Jap
anese kinderuartou by tbo Wom
an's Eoard of Missions of the Pa
1891 Organization of a kindpr-
uarton depnitiuent nt thn Worn
(ins JJoftxl of Alistious, opening
of a foreian kimtorc'irien, inau-
curatiou of tho Honolulu Kinder
uaiten Traininc School and re
coipt of tbo first momorial endow
1895 Incorporation of tbo Free
liiudergarton and Uhildtons Aid
Association of the Hawtiiin Isl
ands, receipt of the Ohxrles R.
Kisbop nunuity and avcregatc in
cora for year, about $3G0fl.
189G Openiug of a kindorgar
ten, Palaraa cbap"l. Average in
coran for yoar, about $4100.
1897 Establishment of the first
plantation kindergarten at Ewh,
all expxnsoa to be borno by the
Lwa Suuar Co. Gift of a new
building for the Pnrtuuuose kind
erKarteu--tho first building own
ed by the association Organiza
tion of the sanitary department of
tuo ns80Ciau m. lispouditure for
the year, ?G53o.
1898 Opming of a mizod kind
eruartou at South street, in placo
of the foretell kindprcarton at tbo
Child Gard-n. Expuudituroj for
tbo year, SQU3V3.
Mrs. Naptbalv's, Milliuery Par
lor JNo. OJ'J, lort street, (Love
Building), will bo oponod for tbo
inspection of tbo ladies of Hono
lulu on Thursday, March -'4, Hud
will coutmuo for the rot of tho
wook. By tbo Australia Mr,
Nspthaly received a full line of
Eater Roods oippoially selected
for this market and she feels satis
fied in anununcing that her se
lections nro of an order equal to
any in thelnnrkot. In tbo lino of
trimmed bats she lm cerns to
offer, and her stock of Children's,
Sailor, and Walking Hats cannot
he oxcolled for quality, beauty
ann price. All sue aski n an jn-
spectiou of her stock on the part
of the ladies of Houolulu, who
have heretofore honored her with
. m i
Haitian Troop Arrlirng,
London, March 10. A dispatch
from Allahabad, capital of tho
uorthwest province of India, flays
it is reported tbero from Yark
and, Chinpee Turkestan, that a
larue forco of Russian troops has
arrived at tbo Russian poBt, Fort
Murgbabi, on tbo Murerbabi river.
in tho Sari (Great) Pamir, with
the intention of seiziniz Sir i Kol.
the bnndrod-milo stretch of terri
tory north of the Muxtaub ranun
tains, which was left "undefined
by the Pumir Boundary Commis
sion in 1895. Its soizure by Rui-
sia will cause complications with
The Laet Car.
The last cars of tho King street
liue going to Waikiki and Palama
pass tbo Anchor Saloon. The
cloverost mixologists in. the city
are thero always to nut vou no
anytuing you may doniro. Drop
in and tnko a drop hoforo you take
tho car. The colebrated Seattle
beor is to be had here on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tho
famous A. A. Josso Moore Whisky
oio., always on nana. Tuo most
oxactiug and varied demands can
bo satisfied. Tho Anohor Saloon
is hero to ploase its patrons.
"I can say ono thing for Cham
borlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rnoea iiemouy; ana tuat is that it
excols any proprietary medioine I
have soen on tho market, and I
have boon in the practice of medi
oine and the drug business for the
past forty years," writes J. M.
Jackson, M. D., Dronson. Fla.
fhysiciatiB like Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy Jiecauao it is a scientific
preparation, and because it always
gives quick relief. Get a bottle at
your drug store.
The Evening Bulletin gives ALL
news the for 75 cents a month.
Gould Not Sleep
Sufforod With Dyspepsia and Un
able to Do Hor Work-Complotoly
Cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla.
"I suffered with dyspepsia and could
not do any kind of housework. I was
very nervous and could not sleep. I
heard so much about Hood's Sarsaparllla
that I bought a bottle. I found It gave
mo relief and I bought six bottles. When
I had taken them I was cured. I can now
do my housework and can sleep well at
night." Marie IIames, 1730 Prospect
Avenue, Helena, Montana.
"I havo found Hood's Sarsaparllla ex
cellent for building up and strengthening
tho system when it Is in a run down or
exhausted condition." Mrs. Sabah. M.
Shook, Red Lodge, Montana.
It you have decided to tako Hood's Sar
saparllla do not be Induced to buy any
other. Get Hood's and only Hood's.
rlOOCl S parilla
Is tho Tleit-ln (act llje One True Blood Puri
fier. Sold by nil ilrtiRRliti. ft, six forts-
l-rn,li r!ii net harmoniously win
rlOOU S FHlS Hood's BarsaparlUa. 25c.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
To bo had for tho monoy.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUIt DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
: IN THE :-
At $8 nnd $10 per month.
CALL AND SEE THEM
:: Near the New Theater
Best Meals in the City 1
Vrepared and sorvod by whtto em
ployees. Opou day and night.
1150 . C. T. OnW. Mnnncnr.
find sea bathing and mountain
a healthful spot close to the sea
All Trains to tnl from Honolulu I
Stoptt th Hold I
Albert Toogood, Proprietor.
J. W. OHAPiMAN
Alinouncos to tho public thut ho Is now
opon for engagements to tako chargo of
Banquota, Balls, Dlnnors and Garden
Parties, Socials, oto.
Address caro Union Kxpross Company
A First-class Ttosort In
The best 25-cont moal to bo lini
ICE CREAM 15 CENTS A PLATE.
LOOK HOP ,fc CO.,
Tiorntanta and Fort tmt.
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Makawao, Maul, can be (ccommotlated
at MILS. H.B. BAILEY'S
Terms. S10 per week.
210 KING STREET.
c-Difficult Collections a Specially.
TURNERS AND POL1SIIFRS ol all klnjj ol Na'lv,
Woodj. CALABASHES In ttnek anJ to orJtr.
KING STREET. - . NEAR ALAPAI.
-u..( in 534 FORT ST.,
-Near corner o( Chaplain Lam
Cleaning: and Repairing at Short Notice,
Real Estate and insuiance.
KWMJi' " t '-2sssJrH
JJEnK and F,iRfii,,
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Pjrllcuhr attention given to rurchiM tni ule ol
Hawaiian Sugar Stock.
Lnan NtKotlaltJ, Eastern anJ Tottlcn Stocks
403 Cnllfornln St.,
Snn Frnnclco, Cnl.
Bruce Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Money to Loan on Mortgages,
Ws arc aocntA ro
Svea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurant? Co. of Phila.
Rooms t an 8. TtltrXmt '?
Real Estate. Broker.
209 MERCHANT ST.
Chlnoso G ran I to Hltchlue
Pokt.H, $5 each.
l'roiHirty In town.
HOUSIS TO LET.
w. c. ACHra co.(
Brokers & Dealers
tiff" Wo will Boy or Hell Ileal Batata ia
il part, of the gronp.
CtT We will Boll PmpertiM on laaoo
)FFICE. 10 West King Street
OFFIOE, 532 FORT STREET.
United Statos Cuiitoin Houno Broker.
Acooiiiitant, Scarchor of Titles and
Gonoral HiiHinoKs Agent.
OFKICI5 No. 15 Kuahiinianu stroet,
Honolulu. Formorlv A. ltosa'aolUoe.
JAS. P. MOHOAN,
Membo ol Honolulu Slock Exchange.
P. O. Box 504.
Qonoral Manager of
t'he Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United BUte. for the Hawaiian
Orr'owi Merchant street, Uonohln
JAS. P. MORGAN,
OOTIOMSKK AND STOCK BBOKSlt
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
fotnto and Furniture.
Stook and Bond Broker.
Member ol the Honolulu Stock Exchange,
Office Queen utroot, opposite Union
Feed Company. ,
Telephone 500. P.O. Box it).
ana in tut ku potucie manner
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