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urwRONWORPca J. N. S. WILLIAMS, R. MORE, : : Engineers & Office & Works, MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF Sugar Machinery , Steam Engines, Plain or Automatic Cutoff, Boilers for hind and marine use, Vacuum Pans up to 11 feet iu diameter, Double, Triple or Quadruple Effects, Wrought Iron or Cast Iron Tanks for all purposes, Cane Wagons, Sugar Wagons, Cranes, Hoisting Machinery, Rice Mill Machiuery and . Wrought & Cast Iron Work for House Building. A Large & Varied Assortment of Bar Iron always on hand ! : SPECIALTIES : Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches. Sole Manufacturers in Hawaiian Islands kor William's Patent Furnaces for burning cane trash. William's Patent Cane Slicing Machines, the "most successful and econo mical made. Marsdeit A Rii kard's Patent Evaporator, utilizing the waste heat in smoke stack the latest improvement. ttol Agents In Hawaiian Inlands tor the Pelton Water Wheel Co. of San Francisco. Dell's Asbestos Packing Co. ol London, England. Sheet Packing, Stuffing Box Packing, Manhole & Handholo Gaskets, Steam Pipe & Boiler Coverings. $Jf These Packing arc used exclusively by the British Admiralty in war vessels. o fF Repairs to all kinds of Machinery done at reasonable rates and at short notice. This Space -FOR 8. EHRLICH. "TEMPLE CORNER FORT & The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. New Assurance Written in 1890 $ 203.826,107 00 Income 35,036,683 24 Surplus (from which dividend will be made) 23,740-447 34 o An Investment Worth Kk owing About ! Before assuring your life, or investing your money, examine the Twenty Year Tontine Policies of The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S. Policies maturing in 151 realize cash returns to the owners, of amounts varying from 120 to 176 per cent, of the money paid in, besides the advan tage of the Assurance during the whole period of twenty years. The following is one of many actual cases maturing this year: Endowment Policy No. 64,925. Issued in 1871, at age 27. Amount, $5,000. Premium, $239. 'JO. Total Preras. Paid, $4,798. at End of Tontine Period in 1891 : Cash Surrender Value, $8,449.45 (Equal to $176.10 for each $100 paid in premiums, which 19 equivalent to a return of all premiums paid, with interest at ri per cent, per annum.) Or, in lieu of cash, A Paid-up Life Folicy for $19,470 (Equal to $405.80 for each Or, A Life Annuity ALX. J. OARTWRICHT, General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance So ciety of the IT. S. l-Sl Telephones, No. 175.- -OFFER FOR SALE- California Wheat, Oat Hay, in large and compressed bales ; Bailey, Rolled & Ground Barley, California- fe New Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bran, Corn, Cracked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also, Drifted Sncw and Victor Fiour ! iFEKTILIZKllSi We keep constantly in stock the celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr. A. Haas of San Francisco, viz.: B .ne Meal, Wool Dust and High Grade Buper Phosphates, all of which can be had at bedrock prices. 0" Island orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. J(M d, : Manager. Superintendent. Iron Founders, Queen Street, Honolulu. . ito.V :$!-.. is Reserved THK- FAS HOTEL STREETS $100 paid in premiums.) of $633.55. -Cor. Edinburgh Jc Queen Sts. S. LEVY. Wiir's stiustii Co &&&&& TOIK TAltLK: SIMR. 'KINAU,' CLARKE, Co...Wu.,-3r, Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock P. M., touching at Labaina, Maalaea Bay and Makena the same day; Maliu kona, Kuwaihae and Laupahoehoe the following day, arriving at Hilo at midnight. LEAVES HONOLULU. Tuesday. . Friday. . . Tuesday. . Friday . . . Sept. 8th Sept. 18th -ept. 2!)lh Oct. 9th Oct. 20lh Tuesday. Returning leaves Hilo, touching at Laupahoehoe same day; Kawaihae, a.m.; Mahukona, 12 noon; Makena, 6 P. m. ; Maalaea Bay, 8 p. m.j Laba ina, 10 p. m. the following day ; arriv ing at Honolulu 0 A. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. AKRIVKS AT HONOLULU. Saturday Sept. 5th Wednesday Sept. Kith Saturday Sept. 20th Wednesday Oct. 7th Saturday Oct. 17lh Wednesday Oct. 28th gjBT No Freight will be received after 12 noon of day of sailing. STKiR. 'CLAUDINE.' DAVIES, Commander, Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 5 o'clock P. M., touching at Kahu lui, Huelo, Hana, Hamoa and Kipa bulu. Returning will arrive at Hono lulu every Sunday morning. fj3 No Freight will be received after 4 P. m. on day o sailing. Consignees must be at the landings to receive their freight, as we will not hold ourselves responsible after such freight has been landed. While the Company will use due diligence in handling live stock, we decline to as sume any responsibility in case of the loss of same, and will not be responsible for money or jewelry unless placed in he care of Pursers. W. C. WILDER, President. S. B. ROSE, Secretary. CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt. 1-91 FIRE, LIFE AND MARINE INSURANCE. Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Assets, $6,219,458.98. London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co. Assets, $4,3 1 7,052. Thames & Mersey Marine ins. Co., (Limited;, Assets, $6,124,057. New York Life Insurance Co., Assets, $1 15,947,809.97. C.O.BERGEK, HONOLULU. General Agent for Hawaiian Islands. 1-91 NEW YORK Life Insurance COMPANY. Assets, : : $110,947,809.97 "Facts are Stubborn Things." At every age, on every premium table, a-nd in every year, the AC TUAL RESULTS of Tontine Policies of the New York Life Insurance Co. have been LARGER than ;,hose. OF ANY OTHER COMPANY iPHiiins; similar policies. JtT For particular? apply t.i C. O. KF.KUKK, Gen'l Agent Hawaiian Islands 1-91 CASTLE & COOKE, Life, Fire & Marine insurance Agents ! AGENTS FOR New England Mutual Life Ins. Co., OK BOSTON, itna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford. UNION Insurance Company, I'll A 91 trine. OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 1-91 THE SPANISH INVASION Of PONAPE. (A paper by Mrs. F. E. Rand, American Missionary to Microni'sta. rend be fore the Hawaiian Mission Chil dren's Society, Honolulu, H. L, Aug. 15, 1N01 ) Continued.) September 1st, two men-of-war bringing a thousand soldiers arrived, and a few days later a transport with munitions of war and food. ' (Every three months a vessel brings a new supply of food. The Governor and officers live well, chicken, pigeon, pork, fish, breadfruit, yam, various kinds of fruit and canned food, be sides fresh beef two or three times a month. There is but one baker for all the ollicers on land and on the hulk. Every olllcer had at least one servant, and many of them a cook besides. The soldiers, of course, do not fare so well, a poor quality of rice, breadfruit, yams and occasion ally lresh and salt pork, is the ex tent of their rations. ) Being informed by the Governor that they were intending to shell Oua soon, the missionaries left the sta tion, Mr. Rand with some of the ladies going to Kili, twenty-five miles from Oua, and the others going to Kusaie on the Morning Star. Sep tember 13th, the Spaniards began operations against the Metalanim tribe in earnest, and continued until the 20th, shelling and burning vil lages near Metalanim harbor. Four villages were destroyed. The day after Oua was shelled about three hundred soldiers landed. A bat tle was fought on the flats and at the landing. Driving the natives back into the bush, the Spaniards marched up the hill and leisurely plundered and burned the mission houses, then hurried on board their war vessels and returned at once to the colony. The number of killed during the week's engagement was forty Spaniards, including a colonel, and three natives. From this time on the natives and missionaries suffered mu'b persecu tion from the Governor. October 15th, the U. S. S. Alliance, Captain Taylor, arrived. As missionary work was prohibited, and the lives of missionaries not considered safe, and as nothing could be accom plished by their remaining, Captain Taylor urged and strongly advised them to leave the island. He accord ingly took them to Kusaie. November 22d, three more vessels having come from Manilla with a large force, four men-of-war anchor ed in the Metalanim harbor and com menced shelling Japalnp, a village two miles distant. The same day about eight hundred soldiers were landed at Oua to march to Japalap, a distance of eight miles, also four hundred at another village, three miles distant. The breast works at Japalap were held by one hundred and ten armed natives. They held out three days against this large force, then retreated with a loss of only three men, having captured one hundred guns and thousands of cartridges. The Spaniards who were exposed to the 1'on-ipean bullets along the whole course of their inarch, sustain ed a loss of between three and four hundred. After destroying the breast works and burning the village, they returned to the colony. Since Nov., 1890, there has been no fight ing. Governor Cardarso and most of the tioops have left. The present Governor has a garrison of two hun dred or less at Kenan, besides the armed hulk and a man-of-war sta tioned at Jamestown harbor, or as the Spaniards call it "Porto Santi ago. ' ' Just what the outcome of the trouble between the Spaniards and theMetalanimtribewill.be no one can tell. As yet nothing has been gained ; and the tribe is more deter mined than ever not to submit to Spain. They pay no attention to the Governor's orders prohibiting re ligious meetings, our continue their Sabbath services, even rebuilding one of the three churches destroyed. Many of the Christians in the other four tribes have returned to their heathen customs. Drunkenness and all its accompanying evils are rife, and there is great danger of the people's getting into a worse state morally than they were before they received the gospel. Note. The present condition of the people of Ponape since the de parture of the American missiona ries, Nov. 4, 18.10, is about as fol lows: 1st. All public assemblies, includ ing of course those for worship, are forbidden over Ponape. The Metal nnims, however, the tribe at war with the Spaniards, disregard this tabu and worship as they please. Even the meeting of a class of girls in the retirement of the mis sionary's home for the study of arithmetic or the Bible was forbid den. As an immediate result the sixteen churches and fifteen schools with their thousand scholars are closed, and the pupils are at the lommand of him who fimU employ ment for idle hands. The people have gone back to their kava-planting and drinking, to the distillation of the cocoanut sap, and are fast gravitating to their old heathen vices. (Conclusion next istue.) TO THE PUBLIC. Caddo Mills, Texas, June 5, 1891. From my own personal knowledge, I can recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Piarrhu'a Remedy for cramps in the stomach, also for diarrluea and flux. It is the best medicine I have ever seen used and the best selling, as it always gives satisfaction. A. K. Shprkill. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. teams gtenshii Co.'s mm TIME TAHLE: LOCAL LINE. Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu Sept 1 Zealandia Sent 8 LI. . . ,C . .. ... 1 oepi iu Australia Sept 22 Sept 29 Zealandia Oct 6 Oct 13 Australia Oct 20 THROUGH LINK. Arrive from San Arrive from the Francisco. Colonies. Mariposa Sept 24 Monowai ivionowai uct zz Alameda Nov 19 Mariposa Australian Mail Service! rltt SAN 1 IM.VI ISCO, The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship "MONOWAI," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland on or about Sept. 24, And will leave for the ab vc port with mails and passengers on or about that date. t& For freight or passage, baviug s perior accommodations, apply to Wm G. IRWIN & CO.. L'd, ' Agents. For Sydney and Auckland ! The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship it MARIPOSA," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu from San Francisco on or about Sept. 24, 1891, And will have prompt dispatch with mails and passengers for the above ports. For freight, or naw Imvtnor superior accommodations, apply to Wm Q. LRWIN ft CO.. L'd, 1-91 Agents. STOCKS and BONOS FOll SALK ! A Rare Chance for Investors ! AS Trustees of the Ewa Plantation Ooinnnnv. the iindKi-sicriiixl nffMt- 1 for sale the Bonds of this Company to the extent ot 250.000 fof which about I $120,000 have already been disposed of), iu Bunds of $ inoo each, issued In Series l A, B, C. D and E, of $50,000 each, pay able in 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 years respectively, bearing Interest at 7 percent per annum in coupons maturing April 1st and Octo ber 1st oi eacn year principal and in terest all payable iu U. S. Gold Coin, at our ollice. These Bonds are secured lv a First Mortgage on the entire property of the Company, and are free of Government tixes. Adequate Insurance on Buildings,. Machinery, etc.. is provided with loss if any payable to the order of tho Trustees. The Company having also voted to in crease their Capital Mock from $500,000 to 750,000. we are prepared to issue a portion of the New Shares upon appli cation to us with an equivalent remit tance accompanying same. HIl!Or & CO. Honolulu, Aug. 24, 1891. 200 1m MEW YORK LINE. N Al Vessel will be despatched in this line, if sufficient inducement' offers, to sail from New York in all the month of November. Orders for mer chandise should be forwarded as soon as possilile to insure shipment. For further infoi ination apply to W. H. OROSSMAN & BKO., 7T & 79 Broad st., Mew York. Or, Castle & Cooke, Honolulu, II. . 201 2w FOR SALE or LKAS1S Sft,A RESIDENCE on Lunalllo YP&flS IV Stl'fiet in'esmitlv by Mr. J. A. K nnedv. con taining double parlors, four bed-ooms, dining-room, bathroom, large dining room, kitchen and pantry; servant's room, stabling, etc., on rear of main building. Grounds, 800x105 feet, well laid nut. Vacant on 14th AuguM. Lot adjoining 300x105 feet may be purchase d on reasonable terms, R. I. I.ILLIE, 108 tf With Theo II. Davies & Co. NOTICE. YUk.N CHONG of Punalun, Hawaii, having made an assignment to me for the benefit of his creditors, all per sons having claims against him are re quested to present the same within 30 days irom this date. All persons owing said estate are requested to make imme diate payment to me at Honolulu, or to J. O. Searle, Deputy Sheriff, Kan, Ha waii. L. B. KERK, Honolulu, Aug. 13, 1891. 190 lm FOU SALE rpHE large estate known as 1 Kahuku Kaneh, Kan, Hawaii, with all its belong ings. The Ranch contains 184.000 anres. Tln.ro la nn the Ranvh a large and valuable forest ot Koa and Ohia. For further parti culars, apply to KAHUKU, 1 Kau. Hawaii. PAPF.lt HANGING 1 (JlVfi J. L Meyer the Painter a call X and have your Paper Hanging doue promptly and neatly. 130 Fort street. P. O. Box 887. 166 tf .HOPP&CG. Are to the frout with fresh importa tions of FURNITURE ! Elegant in design and stylish iu make. Chamber Suits Wardrobew, !-i.I'l0!irlw, OaliuetN, DRESSING CASES Ujilry Onrrinffow, Cornice Poleis, PARLOR SETS Kiilfuii it I-4'1 Ile-M, Loiui-s, Chairs (o Reiit i,r Bills and PartiflS. Our facilities for imbolsterv aro un equated and the department is iu cliurgc j.i .... i X.. i .. .... " M till .1 1 lUctll. 7-2!)v STEAM EKS OF THE Pacific Mail Steamship Co. AND THE Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co. Will call at Honolulu on their way to the above ports, as follows: Stmr. "Belgie," Ssmr. "China." " Oct- 15. " Dec. 15- Round Trip Tickets to Yokohama and return, via San Francisco, 350 For particulars apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., Ills tf ' Agents. GEORGE LUCAS, Contractor -liMMk & Builder. Honolulu Steam Planing MilJj, Espla nade, Honolulu. Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings, Brackets, Window Frames, l linds, Mistics, Doors, and all kinds of wood work finish. Turning, Scroll and Band Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Planing, Morticing and Tenanting. MS" Orders promptly attended to and work guaranteed. Orders from the other Islands solicited. 1 -91 THE Metropolitan Meat Company 81 KING STREET, G. J. WALLER. - - Manager Wholesale & Retail Batchers AND NAVY COMTKACTOR8. 1-91 A. G. SILVA & CO., S3 A 57 Hotel Mreet. DKALKK8 in DRY GOODS, Gentlemen's Furnishings, Carpets & Matting, FUIINITUKE. Large Stock Always on Hand. aug 17-91-y Read This ! Something New ! TtB Pacific Transfer Go. Is now prepared to do all kinds of cart ing. King up Bell Telephone 212 and yon will aiways riud it on ham). Baer- gage and Goods delivered to all parts of me cuy wun aespatcn. riauos, mi ni ture. Etc., moved with care and at rea sonablc rales. Baggage checked to wmiin one Hour of. the sailing of foreign steamers. PCTITC TRANSFER O., 130 3ra T. i '. McGi:ikk, Manager. F H. REDWARD, (.on ruelur 3fc I (u litter. Informs his many friends and patrons that he can be found at the old stand, NO. 73 KING STREET. liONOLULU, Where he Is prepared to do contracting ai.d huildii g of Hrick, Stone and Wooden Buildings. Estimates given and jobbing promptly attended to. Bell Tel. No. 2. P. O. Box No. 423. mo lm i King Ktret. Honolulu. Excellent accommodation for patients. DH. A. It. ROWAT, V. S. Office Hours 7:30 to 10 a. m.; 12-30 to 2 p. m.; 4:30 to 6 p. m. Telephones: Bell y. Mutual 183. P. O. Box 32. i)2tf WINNER&loi JNeanfaetnrlnir Jewellers. NO. 62 FORT 8TIIKKT. Constantly on hand a large assortment of everv deswiminn rt r,. .,i ... l . Gold and Silver Plated Ware, Etc. 1-91 H?Moi8fflajEoiita2. HrSTACB. lOfP & HliiuilSi t ? DRAYMEN. All orders for cartage promptly attended to. Particular attention paid to the storing & Shipping Of good In transit to the other Islands. Also. Blatk & White Sana In quantities to suit at lowest prices. teS Ofkice: Next door to Jas. F. Morgan's auction room. Mutual 19 a Telephones tag- Bell 414 1-91 B aiiwiii Lopoiiyes The undersigned having been Appointed sole agents for tho Hawaiian - Islands For the Celebr ted Balilwio Lociioiiyss From the works of Barhain, Parry, Williams & Co., Philadelphia, Penii Are now prepared to give estimates and receive orders for these engines, of size and style. The Baldwin Locomotive Works are now manufacturing a style of Loco motive particularly adapted For Plantation Purposes, A number of which have recently been received at these Islands, and we will have pleasure in furnishing plantation agents an.) managers with particulars of same. The superiority of these Locomotives over all other makes is not only known here but, is acknowledged throughout the United States. Wm. G. IltWIN & Co., !,!, Solo Agents for Hawaiian Islands 1-91 E. B. THOMAS, CONTRACTOR ai'd BUIIDER, Estimates (riven on all kinds of Brick, iron, Stone and Wooden Buildings All kinds of Jobbing in the Building Trade attended to Keeps for sale Brick, Lime, l enient. Iron S'one Pine nml Kitting Old and New Corrugated Iron, MintTui i lies, quarry i lies, assorted sizes and colors; California and Monterey Sand, Granite Curbing and Blocks, Etc. SttiT Ollice and Yard : Cor. King and Smith streets. Ollice Hours: 8 to 12 A. M., and 1 to 4 l'. M. tr Telephones: Bell, 851; Mutual, 417. Residence: Mutual. 410. P. O Box, 117 12 iv Special Notice to Bathers at Waikiki ! rrilE proprietor of Long Branch Baths I begs to announce to the public that the wonderful Marine Toboggan, at Waikiki. is now in verv successful niinr.' tion. afford inr thn most eniov-nhlH nnrl exhilarating exercise to sea" bathers, aim a sport without au equal in the world for old and young. Wednesdays aud Thursdays will' be reserved more es oeciallv for ladies and rliililicn. A lirlo costs only Five (") Cents. For further niioi iimiion, iiy hi O.J. SHERWOOD, 104 tf Proprietor. HAWAIIAN S!ei Electro-Dla lia e Co, WORKBi - - Tonug St., Honolulu. Having received the latest and most im proved machinery, we are pre pared to do Plating in Nickel, Silver & Gold. Cutlery, Forks, Spoons. Fancy Lamps. Surgical and Dental Instruments plated or skillfully repaired. Tools, Instal ments. Bicycles and parts of machinery plated in Nickel. Bftig" Work or orders left with Midler's. corner King and Bethel streets, will receive prompt attention. Satisfaction guaranteed. 173 3m fUCK LUNG CHONG, Carpenter & IUitlder. 37 King street, mauka side, below Mauuakea street, B srs to inform ilie nnhlin Hint In Is urH prepared to coutract on nil kinds of Buddings and to do General Jobbing. Xiepuli'liiK u, Hpevialty I BissT Mutual Teltphine 3K5. 173 3m All Night Hack I FRANK LILLIS, IIil IVo. 14, Hereby untitle bis friends and the pub lic generally, mat lie call lm called at All Hours ok the Night 1 SO" Stand at Club SIjiIiIbh. Tele- phones No. 477. Honolulu. April 20, 1891. NOTICE! rPHK patrons ot the Oceanic S. S. Co. a are ncreDv nouned that nereaitei no round trip or excursion tickets will oe issued for any of the through map steamers. These tickets will, however, be issued as cnstoniarv for the local stvamers "Australia'" aud 'Zealandia." Passenaers who bold round trip tickets and wish to take the through mail steamer will be charged au extia fare ot $25. Per order o the Oceanic b. S. Co. Wm. O. LRWIN & CO., 54 tf General Agent.