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CORNER POUT & HOTEL, STREETS. o ARRIVAL -OF MEW GOODS! A Fine Line of Black bilk (irt'iuulim s, An Eicyant Stock of Dress Goods, WHICH WE A HE OFFERING AT LOW I'UICKS, 46-inch All-wool Henrietta Cloth, Just opened in all the new shades; lib tellies ii LacRS. EmtiroiaariBS, FlQTmcins, Etc. LATEST C11IKFON LACE J S CKEAM. KID GLOVKS! &$r Agent for "FosteuV Gf.ni ixe Km Gloves, every pair war ranted ami fitted to the hand. GRAND DISPLAY OF uukv ninTriDOM'j 9, the aw Mfi) MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AT A CHEAT S. EllKUCli & CO., 1-91 J. N. S. WILLIAMS, R. MORE, : Engineers & Iron Founders, Office & Works, : Queen Street, Honolulu. i1. o. uox a wo. MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF Sus;ar Machinery Steam Engines, Plain or Automatic Cutoff, Boilers fur land and marine use, Vacuum Puns up to 11 feet in diameter, Double, Triple or Quadruple Effects, Wrought Iron or Cast Iron Tanks for all purposes, Cane Wagons, Sugar Wagons, Cranes, Hoisting Machinery, Rice Mill Machinery and Wrought & Cast Iron Work for House Building. A Large & Varied Astortment cf Bar Iron always on hand ! : SPECIALTIES : Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches. Sole Manufacturers in Hawaiian Islands 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 Evaporator, utilizing the waste heat in smoke stack the latest improvement. tittle AxrntM.lu Hawaiian ll.iiiclx top tlie Peltoii Water Wheel Co. of San Francisco. Bell's Asbestos Packing Co. of London, England. Sheet Packing, Slulliug Box Packing, ' Manhole & Haudhole (Jabkcts, Steam Pipe & Boiler Coverings. gjST These Packings are used exclusively by the British Admiralty in war vessels. o ' gjgr Repairs to all kinds of Machinery done at reasonable rules and at short notice. The Equitable Life Assurance Society ofthe United States. New Assurance Written in l&aO $ 203,826,107 00 Income 35,036,683 2i Surplus (from which dividend will be made) 23,740.447 3' o An Investment Worth Kr owing About! Before assuring your life, or investing your money, examine the Twenty Year Tontine Policies of The Kquilnble Life Assurance Society of the U. S. Policies maturing in 191 realize c ash returns to the owners, of amounts varying Irom 120 to 170 ptr 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. 04,925. Issued in 1S71, at age 27. Amount, 5,000. Premium, $239.90. Total Prems. Paid, $4,798. at End of Tontine Period in 1891 : Cash Surrender Value. $8,449.45 (Equal to 817G.10 tor each $100 paid in premiums, which i9 equivalent to a return of all premiums paid, with interest at 7 per cent, per annum.) Or, in lieu of cash, A Paid-up Life Folicy for $19,470 (Equal to $405.80 for each $100 paid in premiums.) Or, A Life Annuity of $633.55. ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT, General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance So ciety of the U. S. '"91 Telephones, No. 175. J"lis8 ION FEED CO., L'd, OFFER FOR SALE 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 I s V K M T ILIZ IS It H : We keep constantly in stock the celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr. A. Haas of San Francisco, viz.: B me Meal, Wool Dust and High Grade Super Phosphates, all of which can be had at bedrock prices. g0 Island orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. Jgf B. LEVY. FASHION" liUDLCTlON. Corner Fort & Hotel Street. SCO., Id, : Manageh. superintendent. -Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts. NEW YORK Life Insurance COMPANY. Assets, : : $115,947,809.97 "Facts are Stubborn Things." At every age, on every premium table, and in every year, the AC TUAL RESULTS of Tontine Policies of the New York Life Insurance Co. have heeu LARGER thau those OF ANY OTHER COMPANY issuing similar policies. JjfjT For particulars apply to tten'l Ageut Hawaiian Islands. 1-91 FIRE, LIFE and MARINE INSURANCE. Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Assets, $6,219,458.98. London A Lancashire Fire Inf. Co. Assets, $4,317,052. Thames & Mersey Marine ins. Co., (Limited,), Assets, $6, 1 24,057. New York Life Insurance Co., Assets, $ I 15,947,809.97. C.O.BEEGER, HONOLULU. General Agent for Hawaiian Islands. CASTLE & COOKE, Lite, Fire & Marine Insurance Agents ! AGKNTS FOU Jew England Mutual Life ins. Co., OF BOSTON, Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, UNION Insurance Company. fire A .11 urine. OK SAN KKAKCI8CO, CALIFORNIA . 1-91 ffl Pi. MI & CO., (MMITlif.) Win. G. Irwin. . , .President & Manager Glaus tSpreekels Vice-President Walter M. Giffard Secretary & Treasurer Then. C. Porter .' Auditor SUGAR FACTORS Commission Agents. AGKNTS OF THK Oraic iffiiii i' Of Man Franeinco. t'al. 1-91 metropolitan Jpjgjj Meat Company SI KING STREET, S. J. WALLER, - - Manager. Wholesale & Retail Butchers AND NAVY CONTRACTORS. 1-91 THOS. LINDSAY. MANUFACTURING JeM'rler At. Wutcliniaker, KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY. King Street, Honolulu, II. I. Ilg" Particular attention paid to all kinds of repairs- 1-9' LCU1S ANDRADE & CO., Contractors far Brick & Stone Bui d ines of All Kinds. Good references and all work guaranteed tlT Office at L. Audrade's store. Ki uau street. - 230 3iu FORtiCN flOTES. (From our Han Frnurlwo CorreffpoiV duut.) Colonel Compton, of the Fourtb Artillery ,at last knows what his fate is to be. Ho was charged with fail ure, while in command of the military post at Walla Walla, to take steps to prevent the lynching of a gambler named Hunt, under arrest for killing one of the soldiers under him, The court at once found him guilty and sentenced him to suspension from rank and command for three years on half pay and to be confined to the limit of the military post. The Pre sident has finally passed upon the record of the court martial and ap proved its proceedings, but mitigated the sentence to suspension from rank and command on half pay for two years. Orders have been received by the revenue steamer Rush to sail from San Francisco on the 10th inst., for the seal islands and to remain there until December and as much later as may be necessary to protect the isl ands from poaching. The Maons of this city are con templating the erection of a perma-' nent home for the widows and or phans of Masons. It is a move in the right direction. The Cabinet Ministers met at Vienna Oct. 10th, and decided to furnish 15,000 florins to aid Austria's exhibit at the World's Fair. D. O. Mills & Co , who are con structing a large building on Montgomery-street, propose to place in it a complete law library to be used by the occupants It will be one of the most complete libraries in existence, and will include all English law re ports, those of the United States Supreme Court, of the Federal Courts and of each of the forty-seven Slates and Territories and subsequent laws to date. The Irish, Scotch and Colonial reports will also be included, together with the latest and best text books, digests and statutes. The new Mexican tariff law, which goes into effect the fi.sl of next month, is meeting with strong oppo sition in all parts of the republic. A protest signed by the principal mer chants at San Luis Potosi has been forwarded to Congress now in ses sion, asking that the Act be repeal ed. Similar petitions will ba sent from Monterey, Chihuahua and other cities. One of tho effects of the new law will be to increase the duty oil cotton-seed oil, which is extensively used in manufacturing soap, from one to ten cents per kilogram. It is quite likely that Timothy Hopkins and Searles have agreed to compromise.. It is reported that Hopkins has decided to take 810, 000,000 and call it quits. The Danish citizens of Chicago held a mass meeting last Sunday and arrangements were made and a fund started for erecting a statue of Hans Christian Andersen in Lincoln Park. Every child who has read his fairy tales and whiled away- pleasant mo ments with them, should contribute a mite toward this statue. Information has been received at Washington that Aiistro-tlungary and Italy will remove the prohibition against American pork as soon as it can be done. The linn of Whittier, Fuller & Co. have had a big scandal on their hands during the lasl few weeks. It was asserted that Whittier was try ing to injure the reputation of young Fuller, the son of his late partner. Miss Kendall, Mr. Fuller's aged father's nurse, was to figure conspi cuously in the scandal, and during the first disclosure of the lacts, when the newspapers were full of it and everybody was canvassing it, it looked rather shady for ex-judge S. C. Denson, Whittler's attorney, who had gone to call on Miss Kendall in regard to the affair at her request. There was a stormy time and the ex judge pronounced it in -very strong language a villauous attempt to cast a blot upon his spotless reputation, and he proposed to make it exceed ingly warm for all concerned in the pitchy affair. Mr. Whittier's friends remain firm in their loyalty to him and ridicule the idea of his doing anything to injure the sjii of his late partner and life-long friend. At any rate the scandal has blown over for the time being and you hear of noth ing else but compromise, ' l is just as well, for if fewer scandals, which form such a sweet morsel for the masses, were published broadcast, it would be better for the world. Till! SL'CAIt INDUSTRY. The sugar industry is steadily ad vancing and bids fair to be one of the most important and leading in dustries of - California in the very near future. The farmers of Ca huenga, a valley adjoining the city of Los Angeles, held an enthusiastic meeting Monday night and took steps towards what may prove the inaugur ation of a revolution in the sugar manufacturing business in this coun try, placing it on a similar basis to that which it occupies in Germany, where of 401 beet sugar factories 330 are run under the co-operative sys tem. The idea of the Cahuenga farmers is that the Government in tended the bounty of 2 cents a pound should go to the growers. At Chino they claim that it goes to the manu facturer. It is proposed to build a factory with a daily capacity of 200 tons of beets, to cost about 8250,000. Shares can only be held by those who grow beets, a share of 8100 going wilh each acre, the land being bond ed to assure the cultivation and de livery of the beets for five years. Capital for tbe erection of the factory, would then be forthcoming at a moderate rate of interest, the stock holders not having to put up any cash, except, perhaps, for ihe ex penses of incorporation. Figuring on the same rates as those paid at Chino, the growers would receive, in addition to an average of 840 an acre for their beets, a further profit of over 890 an acre from the factory about half of which would be placed in a sinking fund and at the end of live years the factory would be paid for. There are over 5,000 acres in the valley adapted to sugar beet culture, and during the past few years very high percentages of sugar have been obtained from sample plantings. Over 1500 acres have al ready been guaranteed by the fann ers. A committee was tppointed to draw up a form of incorporation. Poi.ly Larkin. Priwr? Anoneil. IMPORTANT SALE ! ON account of Captain Morisseau's departure by the next outgoing steamer, and to close partnership ae eounts Dr. Trousseau offers for sale the Hawaiian Ostrich & Egg Farm, KaplolanI I'm-lc, Comprising the Freehold rf the Pro perty, Furniture, Agricultural Imple ments, Windmills, Pumps, -team En gine, etc., etc. 2 Pair of Breeding Oitricfce , 35 more or lesi Young Ostriches. From a clay to 8 months old ; 1 Horse and Brake, 1 Express Wagon, 1 Cart, a largu number of purebred Brown Leghorn Fowls and others. tof" The Property will be sold as a whole or everything separately to suit pmchaseis. There are on the Farm over 200 Navel Orange, Adriatic Fig, and Olive Trees, and over 1000 linpoi ted Pineapple Plants of the best sorts. The whole of tho laud is laid out for complete Irrigation, the water being sup plied from au inexhaustible surface well of very sweet water. Dr. Trousseau assumes all liabilities of the Ostriuh Farm and would like all accounts, if any, to bts sent to him by October 31st. Inspection invited. Captain Moris scan will give every possible informa tion. For price and other particulars, apply to 254 tf DR. TROUSSEAU. Mim Lflcoitim The undersigned having been appointea sole agents for the Hawaiian Islands For tho t-elebr-ited Raid IS Dili I From the works of Bnfiiiun, Parry, Williams & Co., I'liiludeiplila, I'fiiii., , Are now prepared to give estimates and receive orders lor these engines, of I size and style. 1 The Baldwin Locomotive Works are now manufacturing a style of Loco motive particularly adapted For Plantation Pur-poses, A number of which have recently been received at these Islands, stud we will have pleasure in furnishing plantation agents an I managers with particulan of same. The superiority of these Locomotives over. all other makes is not only known Here nut is acknowledged throughout tne u mteu states. Wm. G. IRWI V & Co., Id, Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands 1-91 BEAVOS ItiM The Bit LuriPh in Town. Tea and Ooffee at ill Hours The Finest Brands of PjrnK aJNA Vftitopni A Iwtiye on Hand. SI. Proprietor. ' ' 1-91 HAWAIIAN OPERA HOBE rv one 7 is. VE have appointed Mr. Lewis J. Levey Agent for the Hawaiian Opera House, and parties wishing to rent same for the purpose of entertain ments or shows will please apply to him. WM. G. 1KW1X &JO., L'i. 252 lm Scotch Splint Coal ! rr,HK undersigned offer for Pale 500 L tons of best Scotch Splint Coal, jtuit arrived per "Strathblane," from Glas gow. This foal is equal to best Welch Coal, and especially suited for steain, household and ploughing engine use. 211 tf tt. vv. M At FAKLANK & CO. PAPER II A IS GIN G I GIVE J. L Meyer tlie Painter a call and h ive your Paper Hanging done promptly and neatly. 130 Fort street. P. O. Box- 387. Mutual Telephone !t;2. lfitf tf 100 REWARD 7 ILL be given to anyone rinding a T v Diamond which was lost from its setting between residence of Mr. Iteujes in Nuiiauu Valley and the Post Olliee on Tuesday last. 242 tf FAINTER! IF you want a First-class Job of Paint ing of any description done, call on the Practical Painter, J. L. Mkvw only. Koi t street 1M0. P. O. Box Ml. Mutual Telephone UG2. 1SG t iiCCUlC SlNKty GO'S JKL dailybulletinco. THROUGH LINE. Arrive from San Arrive from the F"rancisco. Colonics. Nov 19. Mariposa Australian Mail Service ! FOB A3f FUAKONCO, Tlie New and Fine Al Steel Steamship IARIPOSA," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland on or about Nov. 19, 1891, And will leave for tlie above port with mans aim passengers on or about that date. CaT For freight or passage, havine se perior accommodations, apply to Wm O. IRWIN & CO.. L'd, Agents. For Sydney and Auckland ! The New and Fine Al,' Steel Steamship "ALAMEDA," Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu from San Francisco on or about Nov. 19, 1891, And will have prompt dispatch with mails and passengers for the above ports. tST For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to Wm G. IRWIN & CO.. L'd, 1-01 Agents. lilr's SteamsMp Go.'s TitfU TABLK: ST MR. 'KINAUV CLARKE, CotiiniunJir, Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock P. M., touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay and Makena the same day ; Mahu kona, Kawaihae and Laupahoehoethe following day, arriving at Hilo at midnight. Returning leaves Hilo, touching at Laupahoohoe same day; Kawaihae, a.m.; 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. gST No Freight will be received after 12 noon of day of sailing. shir, 'claudine; DAVIES, Commander, Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 5 o'clock P. M., touching at Kahu lui, Huelo, Hana, Hamoa and Kipa hulii. Returning will arrive at Hono lulu every Sunday morning. gJBT" 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 bold 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 S. ii. GARTER, Sn. M King Htret-t, DEALER in COAL ! HAS ON HAND FOR SALE: Dqirtifi Bay Goal, MeaiiCoal, Newcastle Goal, IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. ties' Delivered in any part of the town. 187-B0TH TELEPH0NES-187. 200 tf A. G. SILVA & CO., S3 & 57 Hotel Street, DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, Gentlemen's Furnishings, Caruets & Matting, FURNITURE. Large Stock Always on Hand. aus; 17-91-y Are Receiving New Invoices of BOOK AND JOB STOCK BY EVERY STEAMER at their - Steam PimtiDg Office NO. 71 QUEEN STREET, Where they are fully prepared to do all kinds of work in the latest styles, tit the shortest notice and at the most Reasonable Kates. Fine Job Work In Colors a Specialty! POSTER PRINTING Executed in the Most Attractive Manner. BILLHEADS. LETTERHEADS, STATEMENTS, NOTEHE ADS, MEMORANDUMS, ETC. -Printed, and Blocked when desircd.- Read the following partial list of spec ialties and get the Bulletin's prices be fore placing your orders. By so doing you will save both time and money. Letter Heads, Note Heads, Bill Heads, Memorandums, Bills of Lading, " Statements, Circulars, Contracts, Agreements, Shipping Contracts, Check Books, Legal Blanks, - Calendars, Wedding Cards, Visiting Cards, Business Cards, Funeral Cards, Admission Cards, . Fraternal Cards, Time Cards, Milk Tickets, Meal Tiekets, Theatre Ticket, Scholarship Certificates, Corporation Certificates, Marriage Certificates, Receipts of all kinds, Plantation Orders, Promissory Kites, Pamphlets, Catalogues, - Programmes,, Labels of every variety, Petitions in any language,. Envelopes & Letter Circulars, Sporting Scores & Records,, Perpetual Washing Lists, Guneral Book Work, Etc.. Etc., Etc., Etc., &- No Job is allow ed to leave the of fice until it gives satisfaction. Address, BDLLETIN PUBLISHING CO., 71 ( Street, Balala. H. 1.