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J. N. S. WILLIAMS, it. MO UK, : : Engineers 4 Office & Works, : MANUFACTl.'KKK Ob' ALL KINDS OK Sugar Machinery, Steam Engines, Pbin or Automatic Cutoff, Boilers f.r laud ami marine use, Vacuum Pans up to 11 feci in diameter. Double, Triple or Quadruple Effects, Wrought Iron or Cast Iron Tanks for till purposes, Cane Wagons, Sugar Wagons, Cranes, Hoisting Machinery, Rice Mill Machinery and Wrought & Cast Iron Woik for House Building. A Lare & Vnried Assortment of Bar Iron always 011 hand ! : SP IX TALI IKS : Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches. Soi.k Mani i ai ii iii.iis in Hawaiian Islanoh fou William's Patent Furnaces for burning cane trash. William's Patent Cane Slicing Machines, the most successful and econo mical made. Marsden & Rickard's Patent Evuporttor, utilizing the waste heat in smoke stack the latest improvement. Soli- Atf'iiiK lii IIkwuHuii Inland tar the Pelton Water Wheel Co. of San Francisco. Bell's Asbestos Fuelling Co. of London, England. Sheet Picking, Smiling Box Tacking, Manhole & Hamlliole Gaskets, Steam Pipe & Boiler Coverings. 0 These Packings are used exclusively by the British Admiralty in war vessels. o gjBJ Repairs to all kinds of Macliiuerv done ut. reasonable rater and at short notice. This Space -FOR S. KHRLICII. 66 COKNEK JKORT & CUD the Equifebie Life Ass Society of the United States. o New Assurance Written in lbSO $ 203,826,107 CO Income 35,036,68j 2- Surplus (from which dividend will he made) 23,740.447 34 0 An Investment Wcrth Kt owing About ! Before assuring your life, or investing jour money, examine the Twenty Year Tontine Policies of The Kquitible Life Assurance Society of the U. S. Policies maturing in 1891 realize cash returns to the owners, of amounts varying from 120 to 17(i 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 aae 27. Amount, 5,000 Premium, $239.5)0. Total Frews. Paid, $4,798. XtJ&S 5JL.TS at End of Tontine 1'eriod in 1891 : Cash Surrender Value. $8,449.45 (Equal to 8176.10 for each $100 paid in premiums, which is equivalent U a return of all premiums aid, with interest at 7 per cent, per annum.) Or, in lieu of cash, A Paid-up Life Fciicy for $19,470 (Equal to $405. f0 for each $100 paid in premiums.) Or, A Life Annuity of 633.55. ALEX. J. CRTWRIGHT. General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Ko eieu of the U. S. '-9 l Telephones, No. 175. tX'St&- UNION FEED CO., L'd, -OFFER California Wheat, Oat Hay. in large and compressed bales ; Barley, Rolled & Ground Barley, California & New Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bran, Corn Cracked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also, Drifted Snow and Victor Flour! : f K It T1LIZ 10 1 : We keep constantly in stock the celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr. A. Hans of San Francisco, viz.: B me Meal, Wool Dust and High Grade Super Phosphates, all of which can be had at bedrock prices. Island orders solicited and MP 00., I'd, : Manager. Hl'I'KKlNTKNDKNT. Iron Founders, Queen Street, Honolulu. is Reserved THK- 8. LEVY. HOTEL STREETS urance -Cor. Edinburgh & Queen StB. FOR SALE satisfaction guaranteed. FASHinN" TI5IK T.VltM): SI MR. 'KINAU,' CURi.T, Cc:.;a.ib3r, Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. M.. touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay and Makena the same day; Mahti kona, fck.uwaihu.eand Laupahoehoe the fullowiug day, arriving at Hilo at midnight. LEAVES HONOLULU. Friday Sept. 18Ui Tuesday -ept. 29ilt Friday Oct. 9ih Tuesday Oct. 20th Returning leaves Hilo, touching at Laupahoehoe same day; Kawaihae, A. si. ; Mahukona, 12 noon; Makena, 6 p. m.; Maalaea Bay, 8 P. m.; Laha ina, 10 p. m. the following day ; arriv ing at Honolulu 6 A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays. ARKIVES AT HONOLULU. Wednesday Sept. 10th Saturday.'. Sept. 26th Wednesday Oct. 7tii Saturday Oct. 17ih Wednesday Oct. 28th gjtf No Freight will be received after 12 noon of day of sailing. STMR. 'CLAUDINE.' DAVIES, Commander, Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 5 o'clock P. m., touching at Kahu lui, Huelo, liana, Hainoa and Kipa hulu. Returning will arrive at Hono lulu every Sunday morning. gjBf No Freight will be received after 4 P. M. on day of 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 the care of Pursers. W. C. WILDER, President. S. B. ROSE, Secretary. CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt. 1-91 FIRE, LIFE D MARINE INSURANCE. Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Assets, $8,219,453.98. London & Lancashire ,Fire Ins. Co. Assets, $4,317,052. Thames & Mersey Marino !ns. Co., (Limited;, Assets, $0,124,057. New York Life Insurance Co., Assets, $ 1 15,947,809.97. CO. BERG EK, HONOLULU. General Agent for Hawaiian Islands. NLW YORK Life Insurance COMPANY. "Facts are Stubborn TMiias." At every age, on every premiun table, and in every year, the AC TUAL RESULTS of Tontine Policies of the New York Life Insurance Co have been LARGER than those Of ANY OTHER COMPANY issuin, similar policies. IdST For particular- apply to V. O. BKHUMt, Gen'l Agent Hawaiian Islands 1-91 ASTLE & COOKE, Life, Fire & Marine insurance Agents ! AOKKTS KOR He England Katual Life Ins. Co.. OK BOSTON, tna Fire Ins. Co. cf Hartford. UNION Insurance, Company. Kir- 4k W-Tlnn. OF SAN KRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 1-91 THE RIFLE PRACTISE. The Hawaiian Rifle Association's monthly shoot was held at their range Saturday afternoon. This makes the seventh match for the year. As but five scores out of the twelve count for the medals, there still remains a chance for all wishing to take up this most inter-, esting and healthy practise. These monthly matches take place on the second Saturday of each month and afford the very best of practise to admirers of the sport. The list of second class shots is gradually increasing anil before long the Association will be able to muster a strong team for matches with other riflemen. The usual strong wind was blowi'ig Saturday, and a few showers made close shooting rather hard work. Following are some of the scores: FIliST CLASS, W. E. Wall 200 yds : !4444444!5 43 500 yds : 34455555554089 F. llustacc 200 yds : 354444455442 500 yds: 44553554244183 J. G. Rolhwe'll 200 yds ; 4 144554454 43 500 yds : 55325344544083 J. N. S. Williams 200 vds: 514454113441 500 yds: 44444442543980 II. W. Pock 200 yds: 445445445544 500 yds : 42525424443080 J. H. Fisher 200 vds: 444451544442 500 yds : 32535343438577 SECOND CLASS. F. S. Dodge 200 yds : 445434343438 500 yds : 33355533433775 C. l' Guriicy 200 yds : 452334444538 500 yds : 32254244443472 FUTURE MATRIMONIAL RELATIONS. There seems to be quite a general disposition among writers on social questions to discuss t he idleged weak ening of matrimonial bonds and the decadence of the maniage habit. Men are piuuucing slatisticts to prove that it is losing its hold in all countries, and women are writing pretty essays to show the reason why girls do not marry. If their position bo correct, and if the dependence of woman upon man continues, as it is likely to do, it may yet be necessary to suggest, some substitute for mo nogamy, and what else can it be but polygamy V Iu other words, if wo men are not willing to unite them selves to a whole man, they may con sent to take a fractional interest in a man. Thus a dozen girl friends could pool their investment, and each lake a twelfth interest in their joint husband. This is a view of the case which suggests itself to the New York Sun, and it goes on to consider the case from the female point of view in the following light and airy fashion : " Some interesting consequences iniuht unquestionably spring from such an arrangement. Sisters who were eo-heiresses might unite upon a single husband, thereby keeping the undivided estate in the family. Dear girl friends might absolutely refuse to be separated, and decline to mar ry any man who had not room in his heart and his house for both. So wives, who might form close attach ments for other women after mar riage, could invite their inseparables to share their roof and their husband. This proposed dispensation, toe, would operate as a form of co-operation to put within the reach of wom en who are moderately well-to-do, luxuries which, at present, are only to be had by the very rich. In this way several American ladies, by lumping their resources, might make such a showing as to win a British duke, or a German or Italian prince, of a grade such as no one of them could pretend to by herself. Often it happens that a man loves several marriageable women, and the story tellers even say that several feminine hearts have been known to soften contemporaneously toward the same man. Under an amended marriage law, they could all marry, him, and all the wear-and-tear of making a choice and the anguish of blighted affections be avoided." From Vani ty Fair, S. F. Argonaut. MR;, HENRY WARD BEECHER. Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher is living quietly at her home in Brooklyn sur rounded, by her birds and flowers. In answer to numerous requests to take departments on different perio dicals Mrs. Beecher returns to one and all the reply that at her time of life she docs not think it to "be wise to enter into any permanent contract for doing work.- She lives in a beau tiful little house, where she has every luxury provided her in her old age. Mrs. Beecher has a fad for keeping birds. Canaries, goldfinches. Java sparrows, love birds and cockatoos dwell in harmony in a large cage which she keeps in a sunshiny win dow. With the pretty song birds and the beautiful flowering plants in garden and window Mrs. Beecher makes her Brooklyn home such a de lightful spot that people linger as they pass, finding it a glad resting place for tired city eyes. THE OtRIVAHOlTcF A WORD. That old etymological absurdity which derives the word "news" from i lie initial letters of the words denot ing the points of the compass north, east, west, south - is again going the rounds of the press. Such a derivation is equally correct with that of . the southern schoolboy who said that hominy was derived from homini (the dative case of homo, a man), because it was good "for a man." "News' is simply the plural of the adjective "new" used as a noun. The French use nonvelles, the plural of nouvelle. Exchange. 'i 'HE DAILy"bULLETIN is read X by all classes. DO cents per month. Slsafflsliip Gos UuuUiilb TIJIK TAI1LK: MICAI. LINK. Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu Sept 15 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 Monowai Oct 22 Alameda. Nov 19 Mariposa it 8A3H FUAM-tM'O. The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship "aao&owAi," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu from .Syduey and Auckland on or ;.uout Sept. 24, I89lf Aud will leave for the ab'vo port with mails aud passengers nn or about that date. For freight or passage, bavina s perior accommodations, apply to Vtrm Q. IHWIN A C0 I'd, Agents. For Sydney and Auckland ! The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu from an Francisco on or about Sept. 24, 1891, And will have prompt dispatch with mails and passengers for the above ports. For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to Wm 6. IRWIN & CO.. L'd, 1-91 Agents. Thi? Largest Fire Insurance Company in the World ! (Instituted, 1S3C.) T II 10 0 1 I 0 riil;n;W'.l ,1T I nnilan Al pi ii it 1 1 in iiiiiinii in ii I UWV1 U LiVHUVU i U INSURANCE COMPANY. Total Assots $44 982.492 16 Total Losses ''aid from Organization to Jan. 1, 1 9 1 $6,703,046 63 Its reputation for stability and for honorable dealing is worldwide. The ample security which It offers to its pations is imeqnaled, as its total assets are greater than those of any other Fire Insurance Company on the globe. THE FlitMAN'S Cash Capi'al $1,000,000 Assets $2,450.1 00 The Leading Coast Company ! t3?" For particulars apply to BISHOP & CO., General Agents. Or, J. M. Powsktt, Local Agent. 2iW lm A. G. SILVA& CO., ' SS 4k 57 HoU-l Wrreet. DKALERS IN DRY GOODS, Gentlemen's Furnishings, Carrjets & Matting, FURNITURE. Large Stock Always on Hand. aug 17-91-y CORCE LUCAS, Honolulu Steam Pinning MID, Espla nade, Honolulu. Manufactures-all kinds of Mouldings, Brackets, Window Frames, blinds, Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of wood work finish. Turning, Scroll and Baud Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Planing. Morticing and Tenanting. t?? Orders promptly attended to and work guaranteed. Orders from the other Islands solicited. 1-91 FOIt SALE or LEASE ESIOENCE on Lunalilo ri'-iijrwi sireei presently occupied Siaa by Mr. J. A. Kennedy, con taining double parlors, four bedrooms, dining-room, bathroom, large dining room, kitchen and pantry; servant's room, stabling, etc., on rear of main building. Grounds, 300xl()s feet, well laid out. Vacant on Uth August Lot adjoining 300x105 feet may be purchasid on reasonable terms, K. I. I.ILLIE, 108 tf With Theo. H. Davies & Co. FOR SALE 'I 'HE large estate known as I Kauuku Kauch, Kau, Hawaii, with all Its belong, ings. The Ranch contains IM4.000 RPrps Thora la the Kaiikh a large and valuable forest of Koa and Ohia. For further parti culars, apply to KAUUKU, 1 tf Kau, Hawaii. Australian Mail Service! Livei pool i London Giobf Contractor -rfSKj'? Builder S.m. CARTER, No. H)t King Hlie.-t. DEALER iu COAL ! HAS ON HAND TOR SALE: ' Mails Coal. IN (illANTJTIKK TO SUIT. teiP Delivered in any part of the town. 187-BOTH TEIEPK0NES-187. 200 tf IF VOL1 CALL AT THE STORE OF WENNER & C0.. Fort Htreet, You will find one of the most complete ' stocks of JEWELRY, Silver & Silver-platiiS Wars, Wntches, Et Ktc, Ever imported Into this Kingdom. ty No trouble to show goods. Tfctf 19!) tf REUTER'S SYRUP NO. S. The hereditary blood Dolson of scrofula develops in the delicate tissues ot tlie brain, mental weiEnesses ana infirmities, idiocy and insanity. It en larges the glands of the tli oat, impairs the sense of smell and taste, or breaks into consuming ulce s on the neck. It Idestroys the lungs, or fills them with tuberculous secretions, it eats away ihe coating of the stomach, cnla'gcs the liver, clogs the kidneys, creates coustipation and Induces piles. , No human agency can so speedily, per manently and economically clcansa the blood of scrofulous poison, clear the complexion and skin, scalp and Hood, as Keuter's Syrup JVo. 2, the great blood purifier. Renter's Healing Soap Use it always if von wish for a fair, clear skin, a soft, supple skin. Gives a natural tint, imp uls tr slmess, re moves blotches, pieveuls eruption. hOLLISTtf! & CO 1!)31 Distributing Agi'iirs. flrn STEAMERS OF THE Pacific MhI Steamship Co. . AND THE Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co. Will call at Honolulu on their way to the above ports, as follows: S.m.r. "Belpic." Ssmr. "China." " Oct. 15. " Dee. 15- Round Trip Tickets to Yokohama aud return, via (San Francisco, 350. For particulars apply to H. HACKFELD 4 CO., 138 tf Agents. Tin: Metropolitan Meat Company 81 KING STREET, G. J. WALL LB, - Vlar.sger, Whol-3'.ale & Retail Butchers AND NAVY CONTRACTORS, t-at THOS. LINDSAY, MANUFACTURING Jewrler At Viil-hiiitiKM KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY. King Street, Honolulu, 11. 1. Particular attention nairl to nil kinds of repairs. 1-91 H Btmrar luring Ji-vrllera. NO. ta I'OUT NTHBET. Constantly on hand a large assortment of every description of Jewelry, Watches, Gold aud Silver Plated Ware, Etc. 1-91 1 HU STACK, 0 Ifiifth Afftlr DRAYMEN. All orders for cartage promptly attended to. Particular attention paid to the Storing: & Shipping Of good in transit to the other Islands. Also Black & White Sana Iu quantities to suit at lowest prices. tr Okkice: Next door to Jas. F. Morgan's auction room. Mirtual 1 9 -a Telephones ts'" Brll 414 iWiii L0fi!lBii?6S, The undersigned having been Appointed sole agents for the Hawaiian Islands For the v ekbr ted From the works of Bnriiaffl, Parry, Williams 4 Co., Plillale!phla. Pnn., 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 and managers witli particulars of same The superiority of these Locomotives over all other makes is not only known here hut is acknowledged throughout the United States. Wiif, O. I It WIN & Co,, L'd, Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands 1-SJl . F;. Ii. niOMAS, CONTSACTCR ai.d LTJHDIB,. Estimates g'veu on all kinds of Brick, Iron, (Stone, and Vt ooden Buildings All kinds of Jobbing in the Building Trade attended to heeps for side Brick, Lime, Cement, Iron Htone Pipe and Finings. Old and Xew Corrugated Iron. Minton Tiles, Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and colors; Caiitornia and .Monterey stand, Granite Curbing and Blocks, Etc. efe" Olliee and Yard : Cor. King and iSiuith streets. Otlleo Knurs: 8 to 12 A. M., lllld 1 to i V. M. tintr Telephones: Bell, 351; Mutual, 417. Residence: Mutual. 410. P.O. Box, 117 129 ly Notice to Bate Waikiki ! at rI'llE proprietor of Long Brancn Baths I begs to announce to the public that the wonderful Marine Toboggan, at Widkiki, is now in very successful opera tion, affording the most enjoyable and exhilarating exercise to sea" bathers, and a sport 'without an equal in the world for old and young. Wednesdays and Thursdays will be reserved more es pecially for ladies and children. A ride costs only Five (."; Cents. For further information, apply to U. J. SHERWOOD, 104 tf Proprietor. 11AWAI1A ion liiGpm iMlil Cu, i(!lll iilUbll! WORKS! - - Young St,, Honolulu. Having received the latest aud 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, Instrument-;. Bicycles and parts of machinery plated in Nickel. gtegr Work or orders left with Muller's corner King and Bethel streets, wilt receive prompt attention. Satisfaction guanmteed. 173 3m TUCK LUNG CHONG Cat-punier & Builder. 37 King street, mauka side, below Maunukea street, Begs to inform ihe public that he is well prepared to contract on all kinds of Buildings and to do Geueral Jobbing. llcpuli'lntf " Hpeolalty I Sf" Mutual Teltph me 3.H5. 173 Sm All Night Hack I FRANK LILLIS, Mack TXo. 14, Hereby notifies bis friends and the pub lic generally, that he can be called at All Hours oi the Night 1 KJ" Staud at Club Stables, pboms No. 477. Honolulu, April 20, 18!U. Tele- NOTICE! ri M1E patrons ot the Oceanic S. S. Co. JL are hereby notified that herealtei no round trip or excursion tickets will ue issued for any ot the through mai' s earners. These tickets will, however, be Issued as customary for the local stuauiers "Australia" and 'Zealaudia." Passeugers who bold round trip tickets and wish to take the through mail steamer will be charged an extiafareof 25. Per order o the Oceanic S. S. Co. Wm. G. LRWLN &CO., 64 tf General Agents.