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JUST ARRIVED, Baby Carriages OF ALL STYLES, Carpets, Rags, Mats IN THE LATEST PATTERNS. "HOUSEHOLD" Sewinff Machines o Hand Sewixg Machines, ESPiUl With thp Latest IruproveincutfCfP , PARLOR Organs, Grmtars, And Other Music.il Instruments. Wines, Liquors, Beer ALWAYS ON HAND, AND FOK SALE BY ED. HOFFSCHUEGER & CO. Ring St.. oppo. Castle fc Cooku's. LEWIS & Co., Wholesale and Retail Grocers AND PROVISION DEALERS. FRESH CALIFORNIA. SALMON ON ICE By Every Sau Francisco Steamer. Salt Salmon lv Bahrels a Specialty. j ii Fort St., Honolulu. Tel. 240, P. O. Box 2gy. CHOCK LOOK, MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 321 Nuunnu Street, - ALL SUITS GUARANTEED TO FIT, and MADE in the BEST STYLE. CLOTHES CLEANED and REPAIRED. wing m& CO. Manufacturers autl Dealers in Ladies', Gents' fc Children's BoQt$,$joeail!eifg No. 35, jfej Honolulu, Kuuanu StreetfllP. 0. Box 19S Boots and Shoes made to order in Best Stylo, at Wholesale and Retail Prices. WING WO TAI & Co., 2o. 214 Nun inu Streef, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Importers and Dealers in GEXL MERCHANDISE. Fino Manila Cigars, Chinese and JnpMneso Crock'rywaro,Mattings, Vases of all kinds. Camphorwood Trunks. Rattan Chairs, a Fine Assortment o Dress Silks, Best Brands of Chinese and Japane'so Tiwr of Latest Importations. Inspection of New Goods Re vspeotfully Solicited. Mutual Tel. 266, P. O. BoxloS. NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J- Ham Loy and Chin Keatt have this dav SOLD ALL THEIR EIGHTS in a Certain Lease of Premises situated in Kalia, Vai kiki, to PANG AH MAN. Honolulu,. Sept. 13, 1853. lw General dvcrtteeuuntjJ Theo. F. Srvouv. A. V. Eolstzr. HAWAIIAN GALLERY, 4G7 ccac Street, Husotrxc, (Ojipo. Queen Emma Hall). Views of tlie Island Constantly on Hand, such as Natives M airing Poi, Grass Houses Halahula Dancers, Cocoanut Groves Street Views and Hawaiian Style Biding Bnildiuzs. Palm and Date. Groves War Vessels, -Shipping and Marine Views. BROKE TWO RECORDS. Also, a Larce Collection of all Prominent . . r: -1 IT ana interesting views 01 " i"'!"'"" Islands either mounted or unmounted. Amateur Work Solicited. P.O. Bos -19S CITY WE AT MARKET Oppo. Queen Emma Hall. Established 1883. JOS. TINKER, FAMILY BUTCHER, Maker of the Celebrated Cambridge Pork Sausage ! Try Them. Meat Delivered to Any Part of the City and Suburbs. Mutual Telephono Number 289. Criterion Saloon PER AUSTRALIA, another Invoice of the celebrated JOHN WEIL AND 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 Finest Brands OF Wines & Liquors HOT LUNCH DAILY From 11:30 o.m. to 1:30 p.m. TV. Mi CUNNINGHASr, -v - Manager. Directum Holds the Mark Now for Trotting Stallions. Fleetwood, Sept. 4. Directum, "the black whirldwind" from California, to-day broke the world's stallion record, beat all four-vear-old fibres and went ahead of all marks given to trotters as five vear olds.aud one - half of bis mile was the fastest ever trotted by any horse on any track. He was entered to start against the world's stallion record of 2:074, made ou a kite track by Sfamboul; the record of 2:06 J, made last Thursday by Nancy Hanks and the world's record of 2:0. made by the same mare. If he broko the track record he . was to get a purse of S5000. Wiu-n he started away, Direc tum was followed by a running horse. The black stallion fairly flew to the quarter in :30, and tho journey to the half was,. all down hill, thocgh it had one turn, and it ws passed in 1:00. Then Kelly urged the black stal lion -with alLhis skill. He passed, the three-quarters in 1:32, and as he did so, the running mate was moved up another peg. Turning into the stretch Kelly began slapping the record breaker with the re us. The horse W3S pretty "well winded, bat continued on his journey at a fast and even pace. Thirty yards from the wire, however, hfo appeared to be all tnrougb, and despite Kelly's slaps he tired to a walk as the watches clicked on the mile in 2:07. There was another record brok en to-day, when Pascal, a black gelding, stepped five miles in 12 minutes and 45 seconds. This cuts 15 seconds off tho best pre vious record, which was held by Lady Mac, whose mark was 13 minutes gained on a track in California as far back as 1S74. The Cholera Scare. New York, September 3. Jer- rii c r i. 1 soy s, lem ul cuuiera is practically ended, and there is no further occasion for apprehen sion. No new suspected cases were discovered to-day. Surgeon General Wyman of the "United Stites'Marine Service told Health Inspector Benjamin that he be lieved the- disease had been stamped out. He does not ex pect to ' hear of any new cases. The local authorities were in good spirits to-day. Dr. Herman Biggs of New York, who had made a bacteriological examina tion in tho case of Mrs. Rhotla Bh ck, a cholera suspect, report ed that there were no indications of the disease at present. Mrs. Black lived in a section of the city at "West Berlin in which four persons died after enjoying a feast of crabs. While Dr. Biggs was making an examination of this case the house in which Mrs. Black, lived -was placed under quarantine. All restrictions were removed to day and the quarantine in what is known as the "crab district" has been raised. The authorities are now satisfied that the mem bers of the crab party did no.t die of cholera. ER jTpLENNAN, 13l For Street 0c Hours: 9 A.M. to 12 M.; 3 to 3 P.M. J0e Tel. &S2-McrrAXReskce Tel. 2S7. ROYAL INSURANCE CO., OS" LTV"JERIJOOL. The Laraest in the World. ASSETS, JAN. I, 1892, $42,432,174.00 Fire Risks on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Rates by Acent for Hawaiian Islands Fire, if 5e BSarirae -INSURANCE- Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Assets, 7,109,825.49 London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co., Assets, $4,317,052.00 Thames & Mersey Marine Ins. Co., Assets, 6,124,057.00 "New York Life Ins. Co., Assets, 137,499,198.99 c. o. j3er,goe:tc, General Agent for Hawaiian Islands, . Honolulu, H. I. IPorty-IBig-lit3L -Anrmal JReport OF THE LIFE-INSURANCE CO.. JOHiST A.. McCAX.IL., President Summaiy of Report: Business of 1892. Premium Income ...t..$ 25,040,113 93 Interest, Rents, etc 5,896,476 90 TOTAL IXCQ2IE, , $80,986,590.85 Death Claims , 7,896,589 29 Endowments and Annuities ..J., 2,434,432 29 Dividends, Purchased Insurance, etc 3,618,990 75 TOTAL TO POLICY- SOLDJSES ' $18,995,01288 Number of New Policies Issned - 66,259 00, Amount of New Insurance Written 173,605,070 90 Condition Jan. 1, 1893. ASSETS, $13799,198.99 Liabilities, 4 per cent. sfc.ndsnL.....'. ?120,694,250 89 Surplus 16,804,948 10 Number of Policies iu Force 224,003 00 Amount of Insurance in Force 6S9 ,248,629 09 Progress in 1892. Increase in'Benefits.tbPoIicy-Holdess ;$ 1.323,521 45 Increase in Assets :S. ll'.Sol ,903 18 Increase in Surplus f 1,663,924. 79 Increase in Insurance Written 20,940,0SS 00' Increase in insurance in Fpree. . . . 60.165,451 00 : CO- BEBGER, Qeneral Agenfc for Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu, ,H. I.