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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 5, 1881).
By utijority ItuiMiiig Tor Sal-. On 'i:i)Ni:si)AY, June 12, 1!, at 12 o cloc k iim, at the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will Re sold at Public Auc tion, the tvo-stry fruine J?uillin vitli out-hou-es, known as the McDuil' House, stuate at the corner of King and -Alakt-ji streets. UuiMin- to be removed with in 20 days from the day of sale L. A. TIII'IISTON, -Minister of the Interior. Interior Otlicp, June 4, IssO. l.'55-lt jiin5,7. 10.12 ItulMK Lot FP Sale at Kaluao,,a ln a, Kallhl, Oahu. 1'orty Lots situate on the mauka si?..f K ini street, and about one-iuartT if :. nnlemaukaof Waller's Brewery, havin-an L - v hv. .u uiree-iuariers ot an acre to each lot, have been laid out and are now ready for sale. The land lie- adj-'cf-nt and on the Vet side of the coral road runniiiK "P the West side of Kalihi Valley, and is well suited for building and homestead purposes. Applications for these lots at mi upset price which can be ascertained at the Land Olllce. beintf at the rate of 2i M) per acre, or about l.0 for e:ich lot, will be received at the Interior (Mice. I'pon receipt of applications the lots applied for will be sold at Public Auction after due advertisement, bein' putupi:t the said upset price. Applicants must state that they desire Jo purchase with the intention of improving the premises. The terms and conditions of sale will le cadi, or at the option of the purchaser, one-fourth ca.-h, and the remainder in equal instalments payable in one, f.o iml three years with iiifrt payable semi annually at tiie r itt of seven per cent, per i'i:iii:n. The purchaser must within one year from the .late of purchase enclose the land bou.-ht by him with a jjood and substantial ff nee and lay on water from the Govern mc.'it pipes. Iloyal Patents wil! be issued for the lane upon final r ayn-.ent of the purchase price A map of the lots can be seen at tin Government Purvey Oflice.and full partic ulars can be learned at the Land Office. L. A. THURSTON -Minister of the Interior! Interior Olllce, June 4. 1SS!). 1271-It m iw Sale ff Government Land. On WI-:i)Ni2SlAY, July 3, ISM, at tht front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, at 11 o'clock noon, will be sold at 1'ublic Auc tion. Lot No. 21. having a frontage of 100 feet on Halekauila and 50 feet on Kekua naoa street, situate on the west corner oi Halekauila ami Ktkuanaoa streets, Es planade, Honolulu, Oahu, being the pre mises heretofore occupied by Wilson IJros. as a blacksmith shop. This sale is on condition that the pur chaser will erect a lire-proof building tc cost, not less than eight thousand dollars (S,000) within one year from date of sale. Upset price, $:J,7iH). L. A. THUliSTON, Minister of the Interior. s Interior Olttce, 2!), 1S89. 1273-td It EVENTS OF TO-DAY. Evangelical Meeting of Hawaiian Evan gelical Association, at Kaumakapili Church, 9 a. in. Annual Examination of Kawaiahao Seminary at the School Kooms, l.-yo p. m. Second Session ot the Woman's Hoard, at the Central Union Church, 7:.'K) p. m. Meeting of theOeneral Y. V. C. Association, Kau makapili Church, 7:.'J0 p. in. Fike Department Engine Co. No. 1, En gine Co. No. 2, and Hook it Ladder Co., monthly meetings, 7:30 p. m. IIoxoi.fLU IIieles Company C, drill, 7 :'M p. ni. K. of 1 Oahu Lodge, Fort street; Mystic Lodge, King street, 7 :30 p.m. Ciii ucii Skrvicf.s St. Andrew's Cathedral, Central Union Church, Hawaiian and Chinese Churches, 7:30 p. in. THE DAILY Facile Goiiiaercial Advertiser. E j-iat and fear not: Let all the euila thou aim'st at be Thy Couutry'd, thy Ood'e, and Truth's. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1SS9. HAWAIIAN IMMUNITIES. While hurricanes and cyclones howl with destructive fury over most o the ocetius and seas of the world, the Hawaiian Islands have a singular immunity from gales of that nature In March last it was demonstrated that very few portions of the South la ?ilic are free from periodical dis tut iMLices of the elements that culminate in destructive violence. Hurricanes sweep those waters with terrific fury, and with fearful loss ot life and property. The Atlantic is lIso a stoim heat ocean, and its- shores are exposed to the fury of its ga es. Tim cyclones of the China seas, and of the Indian ocean, tell their tides of the storm liend; and wherever our mind may wander over the storm tossed waters of the globe, whither in blizzard or sirocco land the aaiuo tale of battling with the elements is told, except in the Ha waiian Islands. The immunity of these islands is really wonderful; set as theyaro in an ever compara- 1 tivoly tranquil sea, and under favor able conditions of climate that no other land can boast. Nor is this all; the people of these islands have also an immunity from epidemic diseases which ravage other lands and which in some form or other spread death in all other countries. This is no overdrawn picture; it is the plain truth, and we are grateful. WHAT ARE GROWING CROPS r Last March the Legislature of California passed an act defining vines and nut bearing trees a3 grow ing crops, and, therefore, exempt from taxation. In defiance of this law, the State Board of Equalization has issued a circular to County As sessors requiring them to assess the same as improvements. The Con- stitutiou demands the assessment of all property, with certain exemptions, among which are growing crops The Hoard, however, Inlda that growing crops have received "judicial determination." It is difficult to surmise the ground for such construction of the Court, as vines and nut-bearinr trees do produce yearly crops as improve ments they would count for nothing independently of the crops which they yield. The difference, however, between crops of wheat and grapes is apparent. The harvest of wheat sweeps away the producing stalk also, while tho vines which yield one crop of grapes may answer for the next. Yet it is the grape rather than the vine which is valuable. As vineyards comprise a respectable portion of the geography of Cali fornia and considerable moneyed interests are at stake, it is by no means certain that the'r owners will accept as final either the authority of tho State Hoard of Equalization or the judicial decision on which it is based. LEPROSY IN DEMERARA. The dread disease of leprosy is enlisting public attention in British Guiana, as it has in the Hawaiian Islands, and we subjoin an extract taken from the Argosy, a newpaper published at Demerara, urging the authorities of that province to take measures to counteract the spread of the disease: "The Governor visited the Lener AsvlnmH at Mahaica this week, no doubt to acquaint himself, by per- sonal inspection, with the actual con- dition of the asylums so as the better iae piace. xiis carnage was es to be able to deal with the question corted by a squad of dragoons. Just or segregation oi ine lepers, wuicu is to be brought up in the legislature soon. As a guide to our own Gov eminent, wo take the opportunity to quote from the Planter's 3Ionthly one of our exchanges from Honolulu a few particulars regarding leprosy there. Un till within about two vears the land was overrun with lepers who were allowed to roam throughout the islands, "scattering the seods of death in every district, hamlet and house that they entered. The Government at last determined to enforce segregation and so thor oughly has the work been done that "there now remain out of the asylum scarcely a score of known lepers In January last, it was announced bv the Government that a special steamer would be provided to take the friends of the lepers to the sta tion at Molokai, to visit them. The proposal raised considerable opposi tion, on the ground of the danger that was incurred by allowing the healthy to intermingle with the sick, but the Minister of the Interior gave his reasons for having proposed the visit. The friends of the lepers who had never seen the settlement, and know nothing of the surroundings and treatment of tho patients, after seeintr tho excellent provision for tho comfort of the aftlicted, would become reconciled to the idea of hftir c5pL- frionU beW Kerrreatfid f romthem. What we require in this colony is a settlement like Molokai, in which the lepers would be well looked after and provided with means of voluntary occupation, and with reasonable sources ot amuse ment; and where at the same time they would be completely separated from the rest of the inhabitants. The site for such a settlement should not be impossible to find within the colony a limits, but if it be, then we should co-operate with the West Indian Colonies and obtain a suit ab e island in the Caribbean sea. Argosy, April 13. The great Pittsburg flour mills in Minneapolis are being negotiated for by English capitalists, and there is a report from Philadelphia that a company with a capital stock of $3,000,1)00 had been organized by English capitalists and iron masters to build four steel mills and blast furnaces at Cumberland Gap, Tenn., near the Virginia line. These furnaces aud mills are to have a capacity which will necessitate the employment of at least 3,000 men. A dispatch from Vienna gives an other version of the attempt on the life of the Czar at Gatschina. The story is that the Czar was walking in the gardeu of the palace when an ofiicer lired his revolver at him, slightly wounding him in the fore arm The guards rushed forward to seize the would-be assassin, but bo-. fore they could reach him he shot himself daad. Murat Halstead has gone on a visit to Germany to join his family. THE CHURCH. Annual Meeting; of the Hawaiian Evan gelical Association. The general association of the Hawai ian Evangelical Churches began its an nual meeting in Kaumakapili Church, Tuesday 10 a. m. There was a very general attendance of pastors and delegates from the different islands. If the W. G. Hall had arrived in the morn ing nearly every Hawaiian pastor would have been in attendance. Rev. S. K. Kekuewa, of Kohala, was chosen Moder ator, and Rev. C. M. Kamaka, ot Paauhau, was chosen Scribe. The re gular standing committees were ap pointed on Overtures, Records, Statistics, I Devotional Exercises, Printing. The statistical reports from each church were read, and the annual reports of tne do ings of the various island associations, and of the state oi religion in the differ ent parishes. A state of general pros perity was a marked feature ot all the reports. Pastors 'salaries had been promptly paid, parsonages put in good order, Sunday schools well sustained' a goodly number brought into the church, and parental obligations recognized in the baptism of their children. The old llaili church at Hilo, where Father Coan t-o long ministered has a new pastor and a new parsonage, and the future looks bright before pastor and people. On Oahu, the chapels of Manoa and Makiki had been repaired and refitted. Oa Kauai, the pastors' hands had been strengthened by the Aid Society, which had secured prompt payment of the quarterly salary. Rev. J. II. Mahoe reported his work among the hundreds of Gilbert Island laborers on Kauai. Rev. C. M. Kamaka, of Paauhau, re ported full congregations of Japanese Sunday afternoons after the morning congregation of Hawaiians had been dismissed. The little chapel for Chinese at Kailua, Hawaii, had not been so much of a success as was at first anticipated. While other nationalities seem to have been interested enough in Hawaii.in churches to attend :be Sunday services, onl' Waiiuea, Kcuai, reported any Chinese among the regular attend iiiHM, j.ne Hawaiian Duaru weie uj;ze-i to secure and send out evangelists fur these different nationalities. ATTEMPT UPON CARNOT'S LIFE. Tiie Would-be Assassin Xearly lorn to Pieces ly the Crowd. Great excitement was caused in Paris on the 5th ultimo, owin t wbat is believed to have been an at tempt upon the life of the French President. We give the following particulars of the affair from a late Paris telegram: "The celebration of the centennial anniversary of tte meeting of the States General on the 5th of May, 1789, narrowly escaped being ush ered in by a momentous trasredy President Carnot, attended by his military and civil household, left the Ely see Palace shortly after mid day in a state coach, drawn by four horses, to drive to Versailles, where the ceremonies of the day were to as the Presidential carriage turned into the Avenue Marigny from the Faubourg St. Honore, a man of about forty years of age, who had already attracted considerable atten tion among the bystanders by his loud denunciation of the Repub lican party and of all its works, sud denly drew a heavy revolver and fired it point blank at the President. j? or a moment consternation r,re- v ailed among the crowd, but, on perceiving that the carriage was pro ceeding on its way and that its occu pants were unhurt, the infuriated populace immediately sprang upon the would-be assassin and almost tore him to pieces. It is doubtful, indeed, if he would have escaped with his life had it not been for the rear guard of the Presidential escort of dracoons. who rescued tho man and handed him over to the police." "When interrogated by the com missary of police the prisoner said "I did not want to kill the Presi dent, but merely to call his atten tion to the injustice of the Minister of Marine toward me in sending me off to Senegal, where I do not want to go." The papers found on him show that he was a steward of one of the Government cruisers and that his name was Nicholas Perrin. "With a view to corroborate his assertion concerning the absence of any de- sire on his part to harm the Presi- dent he pointed to the seven-shooter which he had fired at M. Carnot, and drew attention to the fact that three of the chambers were empty while the other three contained cartridges from which the bullets had been removed." Perrin was held for further examination. Sltoiitistmms. Removal Notice. "JOHN NOTT HAS KEMOVED II1S " Stove, Kange, Aate and Tinware De partment to No. 95 aad 97 King street, near Fort street. The Work siiop will be at the old stand for the present. 133 lw JOHN NOTT. TO LET. A NEW COTTAGE ON Pl'NCII bowl street between Beretania and Palace Walk, newly paintet, containing parlor, diiiinuroom . 4 bedrooms, kitchfii, pantrv and lar;e tore room. Apuly to DR. J. if. McOliEW, 124-tf " Hotel -tret t. - UTICE. LL PARTIES W lO ARE INDEBTED to the firm of hgan & Co., 75 and 77 Fort ttreet, are requested to make an im mediate settlement. Legal actions willbe taken on all accounts which remain unpaid May 1. HS9. S'.i-ti IST OTIC K. ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY CAU tioned against giving credit to per-ons in my name without mv written order. CHARLES B. MAKEE. Waihee, Maui, May 4, 1S9. 10s-3m MAUI ITEMS. What the Plantation: are Doing Thi Year Personals. Haiku mill finished grinding cane to day. The crop will go about -i.L'iX") tons. Paia plantation will not finish up for a week or two more. The yield from their own cane will bo -about 2,'.00 tons ami from Grove Ranch cane about 2,100 tons, of which they gee one-third for grinding. The yield of Grove Ranch is much higher in proportion to the water supply than that of Paia which is a big feather in the can of the manager W. J. Low t ie. When the consolidation takes place some plantation will have a chance to get a first-class manager. Dr. Wetniore of Ililo is visiting Maui. He is looking hale and hearty. Prof. W. D. Alexander brought his family up last week for a few months' sojourn. He returns to Honolulu to-day. Miss Austin is visiting -Miss H. Mor rison at Spreckelsville. Mrs. Denning and daughter have ben doing Maui during the past week, Haleakala and all. Hon. 11. P. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. 11. Morrison and .ianies Anderson leave Maui this week fur the outside world. Maui will be lonesome. Mr. Justice will run Mr. Anderson's store during his absence. .Maui, June 3. Ieath and Funeral of IMrs. 2ieegr.il. Mrs. Thomas Kee-an died at 1 :30 a. m. yesterday, at her residence, Nuu unu street. The deceased lady was a native of Trim, county Meath, Ireland, and landed in Honolulu with her hus band in the year 1S50. They came from Australia in tho ship Hermann, which was bound to San Francisco but put in here for pr 'visions and water; and a number of th" passengers remained on l.ore. For many years .Mrs. Keegan kept what was lonjjr known as the light house store ; and she died in the same huilding, w hich was her own property. Her hu-hand was a mason and slater by trade, and he died in 1S70. She leaves two bistc-iv one i. Irelai d and theother in New York. .Toe floral decorations at the funeral were superb, and the burial service txk place at 4 p. m yesterdav in the Roman Catholic Cathedral the remains being interred in the Catholic cemetery, Kin,: street. The attendance at the burial ceremonies was very large, and included many of the oldest resi dents on the Islands. cm ? oiHT t i semen t. Dividend Notice. THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE HO nomu Sugar Company are hereby notitied that a dividend is due and paya ble at the ottice of C. RREWER vt CO., Queen street. Honolulu, June 1, lss'j. 131 -St Itooms to Let r'0 AT NO. Honolulu 1 GARDEN STREET, NOTICE. J HAVE THIS PAY MADE AND I constituted Joseph O. Carter, of Hono lulu, my lawful attorney, hereby revoking, all powers of attorney previously given. CHARLES Ii. MA K HE. Waihee, Maui, May 4, ls'J. .lUS-lin EAGLE HOUSE NUUANU STREET. This First-class Family Hotel, having just c!i.iiifjeil L;mds, lias been thoroughly reuovatPil. together with the KAI'EXA PKIJ.MISKS now attached, anil is irepart'tl to receive gwesta By the Day, Week or Month At IU-asoiiable Kates. TABLE UNSURPASSED. Transieut guests will find every accommodation, a place where all the comi'orts of a home can he oMained. TIIOS. KKOUSE, Prop. H. I. 15f Honolulu, Selling Off! elliiiff Off! CHEAP FOR CASH ! On account of CLOSING Easiness ! OUT mv MRS. GOOD, Fashionable Milliner Fort Street, : Honolulu, Has Received per Steamer Umatilla, 50 Dozen Latest Styb Straw Hats unl Bonnets LADIES' SAILOR and White HATS Rlack traw. Also, a laive. variety of FLOWERS AND FEATHERS : A LOT OF CHEAP Rl EBONS. Latest Novelties in Gauzes ami TR LMM IN OS, J5" Personally selected ly me for Honolulu and tin other i.-Iands. So 1m FELIX OLLEItT, Aifi-tie Jv graver 11 AVood (Lute - Harper P.ros.. N. Y.) Contracts Executed on Moderate Terms. (Specimen f work at otlke). DIPLOMA. Pri-T.. H him k P.kms, ) AkT Nk.w Vi'KK, April, lv7. Mr. Felix Olk-rt wax for several vears eni- I ployed in this etaMi-litnent, and found a l competent engraver and in all repei t-s a relKtoie aiul upright person. J. i. S-MITHU I K, Supt. Kiip. Pept., Harper Pro... N. Y. Order received o.'s,-'') M erchant st. at J. E Prown Si bl-lm Cluctten Gales. by jas. r. mok;ax. CALIFORNIA HAY! -AT AUCTION. This Day, Wednesday, June 5th, at 10 o'clock a. in., At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will sell at Public Auction, for account of whom it may concern, 100 Baits Lvennore Wheat Ilav t Just Received in (Jood Order. rTERM6 CA;slI ! J as. !F Morgan, 133-lt AUCTIONEER. Landlords Sale of Goods TAKEN P.Y DISTRESS. VOTICE IS IlEPEUY U1VKX THAT the underirned has distrained the foods and chattels of Kaalokai hereinafter .-pecihed, tor non-payment of rent and that the same has heeome in arrears, and :n order that the said rent may be satihed, said goods and chattels of the said Kaalo kai will be sold at public auction, On Saturday, Jane loth At 10 o'clock a m. at the Salesrooms of Jas. E. Morgan. Honolulu, May ., 2.9. SEN LOOK. List of Property: 1 bureau. 1 trunk, 2 rocking chairs. 1 " pitcher and hasin, 1 tea pot, 1 bowl, 1 mattress, 3 pillows and cases, 1 plate, 2 pictures. 2ehamers, 2 calabashes, 1 oil can, 1 lamp, 1 tin can. 2 zinc tubs, I mirror. 1 clothes basket, I shawl. 1 vest, 1 valise, (! hats, 1 military hat, lot of clothes, bed clothing. 2 coats, l'pair pants, I knife, 1 hammer, 1 round table, 1 jar, 2 pots, 1 stove and utensils, lamp, 1 basket, 2 lamps. Jas. 1. Morgan, 12S-tf A rVTIOXEER. CALL FOR Diamond fcaiTy Butter In lib., 21b., 31b, and Tib. Tins. Finest Article for Warm Climates. S.FOSTER & Co. SOLE AGENTS. 10 ami '4$ California St., San Francisco. t'eb21.S9 45-lv Oceanic Steamship Co. FOK SAN FRANCISCO" Tlip Al steamship 66 UMATILLA, if Jl Will leave Honolulu for the above fort on Friday, June 7th, 1889, At .oon. iaTFor Freight or Tassage apply to WjI. (. 1KW1X & CO., LOVE'S BAKERY. No. 73 XiiiiitMU Hireet. MRS. KOBT. LOVE, . . - Proprietress Every Description of Plain and Fancy g Bread and Crackers, -F R E b H- Soda Crackers A N D- Salooii Bread AIhhjs on SIhikI. MILK BEEAD A SPECIALTY.- Islam! Orders l'rom tllj' A I f-iill to WLNG W0 CJIAN & CO. XrCAXU STKEKT, Have Just Received by Late Arrivals j A lar'c and well a.-soit.-.tl i-'tork of IVORY WARE, Cj:mris'mx Car.l Imjxos. Ii;-r uttrs an.l .Jt'wHrv I'.oxrs. A!s. a ( ' mp:rtt' Stock Ol' Dress Silks and Crepes All colors a.nl patterns. A Now Lot oi Kloant POUCKLAIN an.l BRONZE VASES. Alfo, all vari.-ti.'s ami qualities t Silk 1 landkercliit'i's. Silk At Cotton hulling JJobe F"Th:s Stock is well worth an in spection, the Goods having just been re eeued "Jmr. I'matiHa. loo-ly T KAD Till DAILV ADVERTISED XV if you want the latest news. 5T- WE LEAD! THE EQUITABLE LIFE Of the United States. Stands First among the Life Assurance Companies of the World in all essential particulars, viz: Outstanding Assurance New Business for 1SSS Surplus, (4 jh.t cent. Standard) Total Income Premium Income Increase in Assets in 1SSS Increase in Outstanding Assurance. ") Increase in Total Income Increase in Premium Income Increase in Surplus Dividends Paid in 1SSS Increase in Interest; Dividend and Kxpenses to New Pusiness Percentage of Assets to Liabilities Vide New York State Life Insurance Statements of all Life Companies. rlLEX. J. CARTAVRIGHT, GENERAL AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 90-tf YOUMAN'S 0 o r-H NEW YOEK . mBR0ADYAYJ 3 m PI 3 NEW YORKHOTEL .'gHlkT " G. jSt. WILCOX." Having JUST Gr. EC. AITTJNLM & CO.'s "E' CHAMPAGNE! We offer the same for sale .at S30.00 per Case, ea. 1 doz. qts.; $32.00 per Case, ea. 2 doz. pts. W. C. PEACOCK & Co., MERCHANT STREET. S4 "WOT .TTTT ' NO fi0 KINO STKEKT VyjfLJlJ 1LJ KJCJ VVy9 Honolulu, llawn. Islands IM rORTERS AND DEALERS IN GROCERIES and PROVISIOjSS New Goods Received by Late Arrivals. Buffalo Hams and Bacon, Smoked Herriner, Mild Cala. Cheese. Smoked Beef and Sausage, Sauer Kraut (iree.. Com, Sueur Peas, Table and Pie Fruits, Dried Annies, Prunes, Oat Meal, Cracked heat, Corn Meal, Germea, Etc., Etc. -o FRESH GRAPES picked every day. Grapes for shipment to the other islands picked right from the vines, ftp- Orders solicited. 112-2m WOLFE & CO. THE KISDON Iron and'Locomotive Works, Corner of Beal and Howard Streets, San Francisco California W.H. TAYLOR President R. 8. MOORE Superintendent Builders of Steam Machinery V In all Its branches. Steamt.OAt, Steamship. Land Entires & Boilerg, High 1'ressure or Compound. ' STEAM VESSELS of all kinds built complete, with hulls ot wood, iron or composite. ' OHDINAKY ENGINES compounded when ad- BTEMT LAUNCH ES,13arKeS and Steam Tugs con Rtrucied with reference to the trade in which they are to be emj.loy.-d. Speed, tonnage and draft if water guarauteed. Sl'tiAU MILLS and SuKar Making Machinery made afte- tne most approved plans. Also all Holler Iron Work couuected therewith. WATER LITE, of Boiler oi riheet Iron, of any Hize, made in suitable lengths for connecting together, or Sheets rolled, punched and packed for shipment, ready to be riveted on the ground. HVpiiAULIC RIVETING, Boiler Work and Water Pipes made by this establishment, riveted by hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of work beins far superior to hand work. Sl"p WK. Ship and Steam Capstans. Steam Winches. Air and Circulating Pumps, made after the most approved plans. SOLE Agents and manufacture for the Pacific Coast of the Ueine Safety Boiler. "PUMPS Direct Acting Pumps for Irrigation or city works' purposes, built with the celebrated Uavy alve Motion, superior to any other pump. - JOHN IYKK Honolulu 41-rtm Room No. 3, upstairs. Sprockets' Bloc k . ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN XV Daily Pacitie Cornuiercial Advertiser OTHERS FOLLOW! ASSURANCE SOCIETY .$549,216.P2r 00 . 152,933,535 00 . 10,794,715 00 . 26,95S'977 00 . 22,047,813 00 . 10,tk4,01S 00 tk,186,5t4 00 3,718,128 00 2,932,038 00 2,690,4tk) 00 2,37t),bt4 00 786,090 00 3.22 per cent Kent Income, 1SSS. 12i per cent Report for 1SSS, in which are the sworn CELEBRATED STIFF m CD ct- f ' -H if HATS am 1 9 II gsnt for the Hawaiian Islands. RECEIVED ex above vessel a Consign ment of 123fi - f,ni Manliattan Life USTSXJRIsrCE CO. OfNetvVork. KutaWl.hed I860. This old Company now offers to the In Buring Public its new Plan Which affords all the advantages of Life Insurance during the earlier years of life, and at the same time makes a provision for old at;e, as the Policy-holder t an sur render his Policy at the end of the Sur vivorship Dividend Pkkiod and receive its Fi ll Valve in Cash thus combin ing Investment and Protection. Any information cheerfully fur nished. JOHN II. PATY, A cent. 2ti 12.', GARDNER K. WILDER, Attorneyat-Law. Offic e Honolulu Hale, Merchant Street. 77 U'W-ly Sui-vivorshii