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LIFE OF A BALLET
llnnl Work ami 1oor lnyAfleir the
Norellr Hiw Worn Off
Fun Franctoco Knwa Letter t
Tho lallet girl may bo said to soil hor
liberty entirely for n small buu If bIio
fe a singer alio oarns 10 or 12 a wrok
generally 10 and hor work Is as fol
lows iroboarsats aro called at 10 sharp
uvcry morning when sho must sing
ill or well until 3 or 8 in tho af tornoon
bringing her lunch in her hand Sho
then goes homo tired out possibly somo
llatanco from tho theatre Arrived
thoro is always something to bo done
somo drosa to alter to a good fit laco to
wash ribbont to iron stockings to
mend or tights to dyo if its not ono
thing Its another Thoso llftlo mattors
take up her titoo till supper whloh is
scarcely down her thtoat wlion sho must
rush olf to her work from which all tho
pleasures has long sneo dopartcd Tho
girls dress in crowded closo rooms and
as every ono la for herself thero is a
general scrlmmago often a light for
placo
Tho performance closes at 11 and it
Is 12 sometimes 1 oclock ero hor poor
tirod limba aro safely resting in hor bod
from which sho must riso oarly to go
again through tho samo progratamo
day in and day out night in and night
out not oven Sundays is always oxompt
from rohoarsal and novor from ovoning
performance If tho ballot girl is ten
minutes sho is fined 4 bits if sho is too
ill to attend a performance sho forfeits
1 if bIio finds a substitute sho must
pay her her own salary and thus tho
ballet girl is bo nd body and soul to
tho theatro day and night for 10 a
week ladle Tun dollars a wrok for
the lifo of a fresh young croaturo who
can never tako a holiday novor feel
frco to roam in tho country by pleasant
paths en oying her youth and Ufa Ton
dollars a wcok wlitlo tho star if a
brilliant ono takes 3000 a night Tho
irony of tho situation might tempt ono
to laugh if it woro not such a torrlhlo
thing to think how a girls lifo can bo
sold so choap
But thero is tho ballot girl of tho
drama tho pages of tho lcgltlmato
tho silont aotrosios who walk in and out
in tho society play tho half nudo creat
ures who do imposilhlo marchos and
wondorful military figures with such
precision and grace girls who practice
hour after hour with heavy guns in
their hands and aro ready to drop lonjr
boforo night comes on when ovory faco
must look lta brightest and tho pcoplo
boforo tho footlights clnp and bravo
and think how lino It all is to bo so
clover and dross up in smart atliro Do
you reckon up how many of theso poor
girls aro blushing with shanio at tho ex
posure of tho forms that Jod and so
oicty havo decroed shall bo robod in
long and modost garmontst I guoss
not Nor will you possibly crodit tho
fact that tho ballot girl belonging to
tlif j cIhm gota only 1 to 7 n weok and
found in tho tawdry shabby mm
tunica which aro hateful in tho oyes ol
thoso who wear them Hut this is not
tho only misery encountered by tho bal
let girl
rihos only a ballet girl says tho
Mar who parses liar b without notitoor
a scornful ginned hoa only a bal
let girl say tho workingmen aoout Mm
theatre and thcroforo may not oven
haio a Mian plwiid I eforo hor numu
Smith you ro wanted in tho loft wing
I say Mag tho managers on to you
for being late is tho moilo of speoch
iiddrcMCd to tho recipient of per
week Look at the pretty girl who
with hor bond high in tho air looks so
fresh and bright for n fow wcoks on
joying tho novelty look at her as tho
color fades slowly from tho young
face a worn i nhapny look taking tho
placo of tho smllos that made it so at
t ractlvo look at hor Idly leaning
i gainst anything when not going
through hor tmrt faded sad old
fore hor time a forlorn looking croat
uro in her shabby morning nttlro a gal
vanized puppet in her tlnsol and satin
flow Diillr MrwIUan lot llnr lluubnmt
Cor tnrlanil Imdar1
Dolly Madison tho brilliant and beau
tiful wifo of tho fourth president
rather imposed upon Mr Madison dur
ing tboir courtship and tho blind god
of love uiado him bellovo hor to bo much
mora Intolloctual than sho really wus
Ho was lu doubt however and deter
mined to test her To do so ho aunt hor
a somUphiloKophlcal book to road just
iu ho was about to leave for Virginia
imd askod hor to send him a written
opinion of its merits uftor she had read
it Madison by tho way was at this
I lino a muuibor of congress at Phila
delphia and ho was boarding at tho
homo of his HWQOthotrt who wax thou a
buxom young widow with hor husband
hardly cold In his grave
As soon on ha hud left for Virginia
tho sly Wolly took tho book to Col
Aaron Burr She told him of hor pro
dicarnqnt and got him to writo tho lot
tor for hor Uf course It was a master
piece ns liurr was ono of tho most cult
ured and scholarly nion of his ago Sho
thon mailod tho letter to Madison at
Montpelier Ho wiutdollghtod with tho
wondorful Intelligence It exhibited and
ho proposed imiUntly upon his return
to Philadelphia Khomauo nn ablo wifo
mid entertained as woll If not bottor
than any other prosidonts wifo since
that time Tho fashionablo world went
wild over hor beautiful drosses and hor
turbans alono cost over 1000 a year
Tint Woman if llollnml
CornliHI Mn ftjIriH
Very fow of tho Dutch womon woro
Uiolr quaint nntisohonddrosa and theso
fow had surmountod it by hnrriblo
Iarisiau bonnets As for thoir dross it
was horrible Thoir hips wero extrava
gantly bulged out with skirts and thoir
uppoiranuo was painful to tho oyos
hoed fill of graco of line Onco for all I
may say that gonorally speaking I
found tho Dutch womon uncomely tho
children unploaslng and tho men ugly
-nurse and unsympathetic Dutch
cleanliness Is proverbial I know hut
nevertheless tho Dutch are not a well
washed nation In all thoir towns I
found but poor washing appliances and
u sad absence of bath houses
nilliiK lip Wiirmhnle
H Is said that there is now in London
a wodiru who earnD n livelihood by skill
fully tilling up wnrrnholus in old books
iiuuh leaf belnsr serial atelv and natlontlv
dealt with thematotUl bolng ohowod or
nnri nnflwvt nfr tlia hole
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Scncrsil bbcrticcmcntij
Clul Housr Restaurant
No 106 King Street
Elegant Rooms
Cleanly Service
First class Cookery
Moderate Prices
This restaurant has been renovated and
painted in cheerful tints with frescoed ceilings
Rooms loft airy and kept in the best order
Private eating stalls for those desiring such
Tables covered with clean linen and patrons
served with the licst food in ihc most nklllul
cookery All Irving the Club House fare
once will admit that it is the best board in
town The proprietor has spared no expense
in providing a first class restaurant and will
be cquully regardless of cost in maintaining Its
high standard
Meals downstairs 25 cents or 31 tickets
for 5
Meals upstairs 40 cents or 21 tickets for 0
F HTXT3J2R
Proprietor
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Honmuki Fire Deparfment
NOTICE
Members in good standing arc hereby noti
fied that in order to be free from personal tax
ation the law requires that they shall claim
such exemption before the Assessoi during the
month of July
111c unuersigncu navuiR ucen uiujiiucu uw
the law will be strictly followed would advise
all firemen In good standing to appear before
the Attestor and give their names and the
names of the companies to which they belong
HlNRY SMITH
Secretary II V U
Polyglot Bureau
- OV IIONOLULU
Whcrc all TRANSLATIONS or commercial
letul technical and literary documents are
accurately and expeditiously made
FROM AND INTO THE
English Frentl German Spanish nod
Portuguese Languages
HyMANOELJOSK iR FRK1TAS Profri
tor of Modern Lancuancs for mauy years
Translator and Interpreter In the cities of
New York Ilostun and Philadelphia Corner
of King and Punchbowl streets
POLINESM HOTEL
AND -
RESTAURANT
Here will always lie found at the lowest
prices
Tho ItoBt McuIb
The market aflords cooked by ikllful hands
served by prompt and polite waiters Every
thing designed for comfort and satisfaction oi
patrons
DONT MISTAKE THE SIGN
South Entrance Lincoln lllock King Street
Tax Assessors Notice
The Assessor for Honolulu will be in his
office lo attend to tax returns from Monday
the 18th to Sapjrday the 30th of July finm
8 a m to 5 p m After July 30th the
Assessor wilt be engaged on Ihe outside
limits of the District
JOHN ROSS
Tax Assessor for Honolulu
Tdv IT Ij IVtmor
On and after this date ran be found at ihe
Makee residence corner lleieaniatret and
Garden lane
Office hours from S to 10 a m and 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 p m Ttlephon Muml 180
j Boll 364
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The Equitable Column
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THE EQUITABLE
jifc Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES
TolalAsselsJlec 31 SO 7551047270
Total Liabilities including le
gal Reserve on all exiling
policies 4 percent Standard 59iH4i W000
Total Undivided Surplus oxer
Four per cent Keteivt 163538776
Of which
tribuled
Policies
Of which
trilutcd
Policies
Total
ihe proportion con-
as computed bv
in n ncral class is 572876176
the proportion con-
ns computed by
In Tontine class is 1062711400
Upon the New York Slate Standard of 4
per cent interest the Surplus is as
computed 2049517576
N
few AsuranceAriltcn in 1S86 iu54020i
Outstanding Assurance 4iij7799
Increase of Premium Income 281047540
Increase of Surplus Four per
cent basis 240963661
Increase of Assets 895708526
In actual Surplus namely me excess ol ao
cumulated funds over Iiabiliiiesln Premium
Income in the amount of Assurance in force
on its hooks the Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States exceeds every
other life assurance companyand rnayjbejusily
regarded as tlie largest and strongest lite as
surance organization in the World
EXAMPLE
Of Policy No 67389 Life Issued Jan
22 1872 on the life of Y H C Ditc oi
expiration Jan 22 18S7
Amount of Poliqy 10000 Tontine Period
15 ears Age 53 Annual
Premium 54310
Total premiums paid in 15 years
I CASH VALUE
Consisting of Reserve 385630
and Surplus 419980
2 PAID UP VALUE
If the policy holder select
this settlement as Ihe paid up
value is larger than the original
amount of assurance a satisfac
tory certificate of good health
must be furnished or the excess
must be drawn on a cash basis
x CASH SURPLUS
814650
905610
1305000
519980
Under tills settlement the policy
holder wlthdrawi the surplus in
cash and retains the original
policy continuing the payment
of premiums less annual divi
dends
lhrce other options are available under th
Policy
The policies witli lo year Tontine periods
do not show results as satisfactory as those
above given Policies ulth 20 year periods
on the other hand wdl show much larger re
sults than those with I5year periods but for
purposes of illustration the 15 year policies--those
of Ihe Intermediate period are given as
fair illustrations
The longer period of accumulation which
Ihe 20 year policies enjoy rendors them the
most desirable for those who seeking absolute
piotectlon at the lowest Life rate desire
also the largest returns in case they liver
Hence the Best Free Tontine Ordi
nary Lire Policy Is One with a
TWENTY YEARTONTINE PERIOD
The 1ree Tontirte Policy of the Kquitahle
Life Assurance Society is unrestricted after
one vear incontestable niter two years
and is then r AYABLE in the event of death
immediately upon the receipt of satisfactory
proots of dealh
It cuarantees a full share of the surplus
earned and being issued by n Society holding a
Larger Surplus than any
Assurance Company
other
May be expected to show larger profits than
the policies of any other company
In addition to the advantages above cited
the Equitable now guarantees a full return of
an
Pol
premiums paid as well as the fact of the
iicysin case of death during the Tontine
period
ALEX J OAETWBIGIIT
Omira Arsvnt for the Hawaiian I eland
Ex Bark
Jilcto bcritacmcnt0
James S Stono and Just Landed in Fine
Hair Mattresses 40 25 lbs
Rubber Hose 3 ply
Ox Bows
HOLXISTE1R CO
109 Fovt Street -
B tuTTiV JyiWTOS wimbt jj
Order
Galvanized Barb Wire Axe Handles
Galvanized Cut Nails Pick Handles
Galvanized Cut Spikes Hoe Handles
Galvanized Clinch Boat Nails Canal Barrows
Iron Cut Nails Assorted Bbl Shooks Heads
Horse Shoe Nails Nests Trunks
OakJLumber Oakum
Ash Lumber
White Pine Lumber
Walnut Lumber
Sec Hand Iron Safes
Cases Matches
Fire Clay
Marble Dust
Plaster
Rosendale Cement
Portland Cement
Dairy Salt
Pitch
Tar
Cotton Waste
Italian Packing
Metalic Paint
Electric Kerosene Oil
downers Oil
Belmontino Oil
Lard Oil
Gasoline in Drums
2 5 Gal in Each J
Bales Excelsior Grindstones
Tubular Lanterns Drain Pipe 3 4 6 8 ins
Straw Wrap Paper 20x30 ins Cumberland Coal
Lamp Black
Franklin Stove Coal
in bulk and casks J
HAND CARTS BABY CARRIAGES SASH BLINDS
DOORS AND
Five Extension Top Carriages The best ever consigned to us
and a first class Carriage
C BREWER CO
John Wieland Brewing Co
LAGER BEER
D0DD ft MILLEK
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The best lleer on the Pacific Coast Sold during the year 1885 68059 barrels of this
beer and in 1SS6 86039 barrels being mote than the next three tcadlnr breweries of
California
Proprietors Critorion SAloon
Sole cnts in Honolulu for the John Wieland llrcwing Company Draught Lager
Deer AUays cool in superior ice house at above saloon
JUST RECEIVED
COLGATES CELEBBATED PEBEUMES
Comprising- the Following Delicious Odors
CASHMERE BOUQUET
APPLE BLOSSOM
LOTUS BLOSSOM
PANSY BLOSSOM
MOUNTAIN VIOLET
CAPRICE
LILY OF THE VALLEY
OPOPONAX
STEPHANOTIS
WHITE LILAC
WHITE RQSE
YLANG YLANG
JOCKEY CLUB
HAY AN GRAIN
LARGEST STOCKS
BEST QUALITY
LOWEST PRICES
UNION FEED CO
Telephones No 175 Cor Queen and Edinburgh Sts
ILL
Luatabhshocl 1B30
JPioneer Furniture vv areroorcs
CE WILLIAMS
GEORGE ENGLEHARDT
Formtrly with Samuel Nolt
IMPORTER DEALER IN
PROPRIETOR
Just deceived
A large variety of Parlor and lied room Sets
Wardrobes Sideboards lluokcases Writing
Desks and Tables Hied and Rattan Rockers
liiby Carriages and in fact everything in the
turniturc line PIANOS TO RENT
Onehundred dozen CHAIRS to Rent tor Halls Parties Etc UPHOLSTERING of
every description a Specialty
Undertaking in all its Branches
Muial liienh neand Night Alarm No 76
66 and 68 I IOTJEL STREET
STOVES CHANDELIERS LAMPS
ALSQ
Orockory Glasswaro Roubo Furnislilng Hardware Agato
Iroir and Tinware
AGENT HALLS SAFE AND LOCK COMPANY
BE4VER BLOCK FORT STREET -
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Stilt Crtn tlttt CricliJ
ScVi llran Ccant aril t u
SicVt llant Ulillt
SatVt Iittm iUi
Saelii lltani laou
Scl lieir Iktt
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SACKS POTATOES REST In GUNNIES
Caii Nlciuct
Cuts Em Sotla CticVtn
Caitl Mdiira Ilitad
Cuts Ciacktd Whrat lo lb Ui
Caitt Corn Ileal ohltt 10 lb Uit
Caitt Oat Mtal la lb baji
Cam Coin bturch
Casks Dupee Hams
Cttlt C t A Kami Cum K II Daton
Cam raiibaria 1 Lard 1 lb pall
CatM Kalrbanki Laid J lb ail
Caw FaliUaVi Laid la lb
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Cases 2ew Cheese
IlotM ud tdl Sale CodAib
tibia Threw ClvraMa KUr fiaU
Cam Laundry Starch
Boca Drown Ltuadry Saf
Pur Java CoOtt Retailed and Ground I lb Um
Sack Green CoITit
nails japan I a t lb larr
Chatla Jaaa Txa
Boiei Ralitnt LesJou Lay
14 boM Kali
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Cruini Citron
Hotel Curranti
Caau Chocolat
CaiM Mlied
Caaaa Splce aiiartad all lU
Sack Enclllh Wlnutl
Sacla Jioft Hhll Al aftUI
Caiai California Konty t lb tint
Caira Klnr Mnne k Coa freih caunad
fruiti Jelllei and Veieltblea
Ualei Wrapplnc Paper ettra qna iy
Eest California Leather
Sole Imolt Harnen Skirting And Uppen
French and American ifallinini
Sheep Sltlni Ooat SVIni
Saddle andSadleTiei
ThMt oodi art new aid frcili and will U sold
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