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Hawaii holomua = Progress. (Honolulu) 1893-1895, September 19, 1893, Image 4

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iStairancc Slotted
3B5-.'
JUST ARRIVED.
Baby Carriages
OF ALL STYLES
Carpets, Rags, Mats
IX THE LATEST PATTERNS.
"HOUSEHOLD"
Sewing Machines'
o
- - Hjg:d Sewing Machines,
E2TAU "With the tatest IalproYemeDts-3
' PARLOR
Or gnus, Quit aits.
And Oilier MnsicjiMn-jtrnmenta.
Wines, Liquors, Beer
ALWAYS OX HAND, AND
FOB SALE BY
ED HOEFSIIHLJEGER & CO.
King St.. opiw. Castle fc Cooke's-
LEWIS 80 Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
AND
. PROVISION DEALERS.
FRESH CALIFORNIA SALMON ON ICE
11? Every San Francisco steamer.
' Salt Salmon in Barrels
a Specialty.
j ji Fort St., Hmofalu- Tel. 240,'
P. O. liox 2QJ.
CHOCK irOOK,
' MERCHANT- TAILOR,
No. 321 Nutiuuu Street,
ALL SUITS GUARANTEED
TO FIT, and MADE in
the BEST STYLE.
CLOTHES CLEANED
and REPAIRED. "
WING WO & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Ladies', ..Gents' & Children's
; No. 35, gi
iNuuanu Street! fy.!
Honolulu,
P. O. Box 198
"Boots and Shoes made to order
in Best Style. t Wholesale
and Retail Prices.
WING WO TAI & Co.,
No. 214 Nua.mu Street,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Importers and Dealers in
GENL MERCHANDISE.
Fiuo Manila Cigars, Chinese and
Japanese Crock' rryrare, Mattings,
Vases of all kinds, Camphorwood
'Pranks, Rattan Chairs, a Fine '
Assortment of Dress Silks, Best
Brands of Chinese and Japaneso
Teas of Latest Importations.
Inspection of New Goods Re
spectfully Solicited.
Mutual Tel. 266, P. 0. Boxl5S.
NOTICE
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
,Ham Lor and .Choc Keau have ,
tt1s day SOLD ALL THEIR
RIGHTS in a Certain Lease of
Prenjfses sito&ted in Kalis, Wai
kiki, to
PANG AH MAN. -Honolula,
Sept 13, 1893. lw
'Into. P. Sevesi v. A. W. Eslsteh.
HAWAIIAN GALLERY,
467 Nccant Steeet, Homi.ui.c,
(Oppo-ftaeen Enimn Hall).
Tiews cof trie Island
Constantly on Hand, such as
Natives MakinffPoi, Grass Houses
Bnlahnla Dancers, Cocoanut Groves
.Street Tiews and Hawaiian tyle Biding
JBnildings, Palm and Date Groves
War Vessels, fchipping ana
Marine Views.
JLfco, a Large Collection of all Prominent
.and Interesting views 01 me Hawaiian
Islands either mounted or
nroionnted.
Amateur Work Solicited. P.O. 01 49S.
CilFY MEAT MARKET
.Oppo. Queen Emma Hall,
Established 1883,
JOS. TJNKER,
FAMILY BUTCHER
IZaker of the Celebrated
Cambridge PoHt Sausage
Try Thsm.
Meat delivered to Any Part of
the City and Jj-uburDS.
Mutual telephone Number 289.
Criterion Saloon
PFR AUSTRALIA,
another Invoice of the celebrated
JOHN "WEILAND
EXTRA PALE LAGER
Also, a Fresh Invoice of
California Oysters
-FOR-
OYSTER COCKTAILS
L. H. DEE,
Proprietor.
Anchor Saloon,
SOUTHEAST
Corner of King & Nuuanu Sts.
THE t-
Finest Brand
OF
Wines & Liquors
Hot lunch Daily
From 11:0 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
- - j
TV. M. CUNNINGHAM,
3aNAGB. '
(Continued from first page.)
Discussing the statement that
his motive in so disposing of Lis
property "was to avoid its possible
confiscation, he ridiculed sucb
an assumption. He had no fear
of such an emergency arising, he
said. Although the people who
at present controlled that count
ry were desperate enough to do
almost anything to injure him,
his property was beyond their
leach.
But it was when he spoke of
the assertion that he was out of
the politics and would remain in
San Francisco henceforth that
31r.' Spreckels grew particularly
Tehement in bis expressions.
"Out of politics?" said he.
"Not much! I will leave here
the 9th of next month, but.where
I am going don't matter. MT
time will come," he concluded,
and there was an intensify of
feeling in his manner of expres
sion that boded ill for the men
who he says have sought to
murder him.
"The biggest liars on earth,"
Mr. Spreckels said, "are now
residents of Honolulu and vicin
ity. If you were with them and
of them you could cut a man's
throat and they would go into
court and swear you didn't do
it."
The Star and Advertiser, he
furthermore intimated, were
usually published concurrent
with the sailing of vessels for
the United States. In these
issues imflanimatory articles were
given prominent place and state
ments of uprisings and insurrec
tions discussed that existed only
in the broad-gauge imagination
of the writers.
"These reports are sent out to
excite alarm in this country and
cause our people to think that
some action ou the part of this
Government is absolutely neces
sary. Tho royalists constitute
fully threefourth of the voters in
"Hawaii, and these annexationists
know that if the people are ever
given an opportunity to express
their free will the present Gov
ernment would not last a day.
"I know the best course this
Government could pursue would
be to establish a Minister
there, under instructions that, if
by any overt acts of the royalists
his interference should be neces
sary, he should take action. .
Then allow the people to rule
themselves, as they have been
accustomed to and as they now
by a large majority destre. The
countrv itself under annexation
would be of no more value to the
United Status than a big cow
pasture, but with pioper action
on the part of this Government
the trade of that country could
be controlled, which is about the
only feature of the whole matter
anyway." .
Mr. Spreckels ridiculed the
Teportof an ontbreak, and spoke
highly of the deposed Queen and
her adherents. He said that had
inot"been for her the marines
of the Boston would have been
killed, but that she had always
been guided in her actions by a
desire to rule in peace with this 1
country.
DR. McLENNAN,
13LForb Street
6Eaaxst9 AikTto 12 M.:"3 to
Office TeL SS2-Scrcju.-Badefice Tel. 2S7."
ROYAL INSURANCE
OB1 LIVERPOOL.
1
GO
The Largest in the-World.
ASSETS, JAN. I, 1892,
$42,432,174.00
Fire Bisks "on all kinds of Insurance Property
taken at Current Bates bv
J. S- WALKEK, r
Agent for Hawaiian Islands
Fire, Life Marine
-INSURANCE-
Hartford Fire Insurance Co., . t-t'u
Assets, $7,109;8'2X.49
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Assets, $4,317,052.00
Thames & Mersey Marine Las. Co.,
Assets, $6,1 24,057 . 00
ITe-w York Life Ins. Co.,
Assets, $137,499,198.99
C. O. BERGEB, .
General" Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Honolulu, H. I. :.
IHoxty-IEig-iith. Ajanxial Report
-OF THE-
LIFE IN
SUKANCE
CO.,
iPresid'erit
S"u.m.m.a,r3r of ZESeport:
business ot Iy2.
Premium Income $ 25,040,113 . 93
Interest, Bents, etc 5,896,476 90
TOTAL xTNCOMJE, $30,936,590:83
Death Claims 7,896,589 29
Endowments and Annuities ....f.t. 2,484,432 29
Dividends, Purchased Insurance, etc .... . 3,618,990 75
TOTAL TO FOLICY-
HOLDERS, . . $X3,99d,O10.33
K 1 -
Number of New Policies Issued $ 66,259 i'OO
Amount of New Insurance Written , . 173,605,070 90
Condition Jan. f, 1893.
ASSETS, $187.499,198.99
Liabilities, A per cent- standard. . ?120,694,250 89
Surplus : 16,801.948 10-
Number of Policies in Force .. 224.003 00
Amount of Insurance in Force .. 689,248,629 00
Progress in 1892.
Increase in Benefits to Pol icy-Holders $ l,323;52l 45
Increase in Assets 11,551,908 18
Increase in Surplus r 1,663,924 79
Increase' in Insurance Written 20,940,083 00
Increase fn Insurance in Force 60,165,451 00
G. O. BERGER,
, . -' General' Agent for Hawaiian Islands,.
Honolulu, H. X.
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