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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 22. '1889.
.. V X IS. FKii)AY.June21. ID days from i rom llamakua. erABrlSv.Jn.2L . . riaire. for circuit c A a Til . 1- - LS'X. l.i for repetK To-day. A3 Winding, San forest ecn, for llamakua, Ila- forllamakua, Hawaii. I ...Lehua .... ;R,)hKoV..; L-.ihi am of Produce. I3agsrice. Mib. pkgs. 519 3LK) I ABBIVALS. uhna,rcr steamer Lehua. r DEPARTURES. 1 tf.,imiP, per steamer June er C. R. 13ishop, ivn VOTES. Sll 1 KviUni saila 11113 morning :eamer p. Bryant will sail next i y oar v down near the ed lvirk Forest Queen, Capt T 11 I'll II - W. II l-l lit' ifu'l cargoof sugar for an 1 rancisco. ibarkentine S. . WiMer has been I u San Francisco. fn.Ta.-ht Ilealambhoved lyLthuue to becleane -v bar 1 to tLe ..iwbarf. K Hufcaii, on Thursday, June i ,;.h miirar from Waiakea I ' ft . ",; inrvan r rancisco. a.'u . i i Ktttuiiioa was lowercu Srhe sails on the 29 th inst. Fred. K.Sanders was and Wai .;"ihe Marine Railway early yesterday ;rL' and the steamer Kaala and -j'-tera Fele went on to be cleaned. -s. reamer ieuua ;uiivci :.ciuav from llamakua via Lahaina i5.i bags sugar, l"J seamen oi uie L,",r Kinau in charge of Deputy-Shenft tif Evans, one leper, and a few others. iilUNATION OF TEACHERS. '.t of Tracker Who Passed and Ke- uU& Certificates Also Their Grlf. fc'xw the April Conventions ex Vwfions of teachers were held at IIo j Hilo, Wailuku and Lihue. Tho Lxinaiiona were for (r ram mar Grade '-.iiutes ami also for Primary Grade .UfIjri3!ii!a under Mr. Moore 21 can fild presente themselves, two being Grainuar Grade Certificates. At of J sLiitos, none ot wnom presented p?e!ven for Grammar Grade Certifi rt At Wailuku under Mr. A. T.Atkin t'Jiere were 32 candidates, two of a were for Grammar Grade Certifi- jiu.lat Lihue under Prof.M. M. Scott wow 10 candidates, three of whom e fur Grammar Grade Certificates. j.he following i.s a list of those who repassed at these examinations : I GRUIMAR GRADE LIFE DIPLOMA. j.O.MuHer, Kekaha, Kauai, 94 per 4 years' certificate. T,!xir.l n,,; n t- : or cent. CERTIFICATE. GRADE 2 YEARS' SeU Crook, Hnelo, Maui, 97. reF.Coan, Hilo, Hawaii, 93. ptnne Deyo, Papaikou, Hawaii, 93 Austin, Wuihee, Maui, 93. 'iemar .uuller, Pahoehoe, Hawaii, i.'phronia Lewis, Paauilo, Hawaii, 91. Austin, Waihee, Maui, 90. S-wi'.raine, Waihee, Maui, 90. ;en Severance, Ilaaheo, Hawaii, 90. f'Mrong Smith, Kukuihaele, Ha- Jfrence Winter, Fort street, Hono- J:H.Van Gieson, Halawa, Molokai,89. Aiu.Kailua, Hawaii, S3. $U$ verend, Honokaa, Ila- VpW1 "araaknapoko, Maui, 86. r-'-L.LorJ, Makap;da, Hawaii, 85. ! WE YEAR t'J S.'..1 ?n?lttI.u- 84. Serine f oyal. llunolulu, 83.' iWl I , . 'r V01. Honolulu, S3. IkOVal. il onrl nl, i Q-? ikaina, Hono- 'Pbell, Makawao, Maui, 84. r, Fort street, Hono- Dudoit, Pohukaina, Hono- Udd, I1UI l. I 411111 US P-Uhnt l' m'1' Honolulu, 82. fc, kl"ulu, Maui, 79. WeSt iinrt ' Hawaii, 77. 6 - II T : i V. .. .? annea, Kauai, 77. Ftt ;Sf aituo, Hawaii 77. i.To. ilc"k, Waiakea, Ha h5 Zumwalt, Hamakuapoko, SCL Umed rtiticatea for Are 3Iade Of. Won gets the best resnH. tB'no8e a deviled bono H5( Jence com, 10ff artGr oi- omes the calm h. l retirinJ S an? taken jU9t 5 from Air ?? th dreams re- tin?S' ' diet to be novels. I v- Ilcr i!3. LOCAL AND GENERAL. SUPREME COURT CALENDAR. This is the longest day of the year, but not the hottest. July The uptown bookstore has a new of goods advertised in this issue. line There will be no blue ribbon enter tainment at the Y. M. C. A. to-night. The baseball match beains to-day at 3 :30 p. m., and first-class playing is ex pected. t A. K. Weir requests all persons hav ing bills against him to present the same for payment. A fire at the Dew Drop Inn was re norted earlv last evening, bur, it was easily put under. It rained considerably last night be tween 8 :30 and 11 p. in. had "let up" when we went to press. A lady leaving Honolulu wishes to find J" . v a room lor ner iemaie servant wnose help would be part payment. There will be no band concert at Emma Square this afternoon, but the band will play at the baseball match instead. The Chilian sloop-of-war Filcomayo is now moored m the naval row, about one mndred yards outside of 11. B. M. b. Espieglc. The biennial meeting of the Queen's Hospital Corporation, takes place at the Chamber of Commerce on July 22d proximo, at 11 a. m. Assault and Police Court, Through press of matter on our space, we have had to crowd out several re ports, articles and paragraphs which will appear in future issues. The committee appointed to inspect and report on the widening of Alakea street, were at work yesterday inspecting the properties from which slices are to be taken. The committee of twenty-one ap pointed last evening at the Fourth of July meeting, will meet at the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce at 12 o'clock noon to-day. The services of the second congrega tion, St. Andrew's Cathedral, will begin at 11 a. m. to-morrow instead of 11:15 a. m.t to accommodate the crew of H. B. M. S. Espiegle. The Tolice Register last night, up to 11 :30 o'clock, recorded 19 mutineers, 2 drunks, S Chinese gamblers, and 1 Chinamau for assault with a weapon. The Chilian sloop-of-war Pilcomayo was built in Great Britain in the year 1874. She will remain at Honolulu two or three weeks and then proceed on her cruise to the north. At Central Union Church to-morrow, the subject of the morning discourse will be "Can we fear a God of infinite love?" The text of tho evening discourse the first word of the commandments. Deputy-Sheriff T. E. Evans, of La haina, brought from that town to Hono lulu the nineteen mutineers who refused to work on the Kinau. They were not ironed, but came peaceably along. When the Lehua was at Ilonomu on her return trip to Honolulu, a Japanese fell from the wharf at the former place and had some of his ribs broken by the fall. He was carried by his countrymen to his dwelling, and medical aid was summoned. Colgate & Co., perfumers, New York, are the manufacturers of the "Cashmere Bouquet Perfume ;" and Holiister & Co., Druggists, Honolulu, are the agents for its sale in the Hawaiian Islands. Xbis perfume is very fragrant and is extracted from flowers. Policy-holders in the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, are notified that in case any statements are made by agents of other companies, adverse to the Equitable, they will promptly lay the matter before Mr. A. J. Cartwright the agent. The Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co. have a new advertisement this morn- ing, indicating a large capacity ior per forming work in their line. The stock on hand, both manufactured and in manu facturing material, is very large, and sales are offered at reduced rates. Nineteen of the steamer Kinau's crew refused to work on Thursday last when the vessel reached Lahaina, on her out ward trip, and were put in jail at that port. It is reported that the remsal to work was caused by the chief officer hav ing struck one of the sailors. The Kinau shipped a fresh crew at Lahaina. The Chilian warship Pilcomayo which arrived on Thursday evening did not get on the reel as reported, but simply touched on the sand on the leeside of the entrance where no possible damage could be incurred. At the time, she was in charge of one of the Honolulu pilots. She will remain here about four weeks, and then proceed to Vancouver's Island. The Lehua arrived yesterday afternoon from windward ports; and brings ad vices to the effect that very little ram had fallen during the week at Hilo, and the windward coast of Hawaii. The traction engine was still at Waiakea, and had performed no work on the road as yet. The work on the new boat-landing, at Hilo, was progressing satisfactorily when the Lehua left. Police Court. Friday, June 21. Two Chinamen, remanded from 18th inst. for malicious injury, were each lined $25 and $2 80 costs. Ako, remanded from 20th inst. for as sault, was again remanded until 22nd inst. Kia, a boy accused of truancy, was reprimanded and discharged. CIVIL CASES. Tai Loi vs. J. II. Soper, as Marshal. Judgment for plaintiff in $1 and $2 50 costs. Arrival of the Equator. The American trading schooner Equator, Captain Reid, arrived off the harbor yesterday afternoon, nineteen days from San Francisco, en route to the Gilbert Islands. She is now anchored outside the reef awaiting the embarka tion of Mr. Robert L. Stevenson and Mrs. Stevenson, Senr., Messrs. J. D. Strong and Osborne, and a Chinese cook. The Equator is a two-masted schooner of eiMy tons register, and is expected lo prfvood on her voyage in a few days. xerm l say air. Justice McCullv Presiding. HAWAIIAN JURY. . ine .King vs. John Hapa. Malicious injury. Appeal from Police Court, Ho nolulu. Kaulukou for defendant. The King vs. Kaihu. Larceny. Ap peal from Police Court, Honolulu. Ka ulukou for defendant. . The King vs. Peter Davis. Violat ing carriage regulations. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. Kane for de fendant. The King vs. Kanihomauole. Cruelty to animal. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. Smith for prosecution, Rosa for defendant. The King vs. Marcus Colburn. Ob structing Customs officer. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. Hartwell for defendant. The King vs. Kaaihue. battery. Appeal from Honolulu. Naalehu vs. Kaimana. et al. Eiect ment. Rosa for plaintiff. Kaulukou for ' aeiendants. Alice Mela et al. vs. J. M. Kaneakua. Assumpsit. Achi for plaintiffs. Willie K. Aholo vs. L. J. Kaiama. Covenant. Carter for plaintiff. Kane for for defendant. Kaahanui vs. C. Kineslev. Anneal from Police Court, Honolulu. Kaulukou for plaintiff appellant. Peterson for de fendant. Naaina et al. vs. Antone Richard. Ejectment. Achi for plaintiffs. Brown for defendant. C. J. Fishel vs. B. H. Kahananui et al. Assumpsit. Neumann for plaintiff. Rosa for defendants. A. J. Cartwright. guardian vs. Halea- kala Hart. Assumpsit. Brown for plain- tin, v. v . Ashford for defendant. Trustees estate, J. G. Hayselden vs. Kekuewa. Ejectment. Hartwell for plaintiffs, Kane for defendant. G. R. Keomaka vs. II. B. Lohelani et al. Ejectment. Achi for plaintiff, Kane for defendants. Maria Coffin Apai et al. vs. Naholowaa et al. Ejectment. Rosa for plaintiffs. Kane, Creighton for defendants. lrustees Bishop estate vs. Kala et al. Ejectment. Neumann, Kaulukou for plaintiffs, Creighton, Kane for defend ants. Guardian Eliza Meek vs. Aswan. As sumpsit. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. Rosa for plaintiff, Kane for defendant appellant. S. A. Macy et al. vs. W. R. Castle. Case. Neumann, Peterson for plaintiffs, Hartwell for defendant. FOREIGN JURY. The King vs. Sin Lum. Unlawful possession of opium. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. Hartwell for de fendant. The King vs. Ah Hin. Unlawful pos session of opium. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. The King vs. D. S. Albert. Assault and battery. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. Kaulukou for defendant. The King vs. Ah Nai and Ah Mung. Unlawful possession of opium. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. Kane for defendants. The King vs. Ah Kee. Larceny. Ap peal from Police Court, Honolulu. Ka ulukou for defendant. The King vs. Morris Juda. Violating License Law. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. Hartwell for prosecution, Neumann for defendant. The King vs. McDonald. Larceny. Appeal from District Court, Waialua. The King vs. Ah Tai. Assault with dangerous weapon. Rosa for defendant. The King vs. Nim Sim. Assault on police officer. V. V. Ashford and Kau lukou for defendant. The King vs. C. Rosa for defendant. The King vs. Ah justice. V. V. Ashford for defendant. The King vs. Tin Choy. Conspiracy second degree. V. V. Ashford for de fendant. The King vs. Hans Brack. Forgery. Plea reserved. The King vs. Leong Pung. Gross cheat first degree. Plea reserved. Neu mann for prosecution. The King vs. Yee Chung. Embezzle ment. V. V. Ashford for prosecution, Smith for defendant. The King vs. Julia de Souza. Dis orderly house. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. Neumann for de fendant. The King vs. Ah Lim. Unlawful pos session of opium. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. V. V. Ashford for de fendant. The King vs. Albert Meinhart. Sell ing liquor without license. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. The King vs. Ah Kea. Unlawful pos session of opium. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. The King vs. II. C. Huodletto. Vio lating immigration law. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. Neumann for defendant. The King vs. J. R. Robertson. As sault with dangerous weapon. Neu mann, V. V. Ashford and Wilder for de fendant. L. Ahlo vs. Aniu et al. Assumpsit. Castle for plaintiff, V. V. Ashford for defendants. William Henny vs. H. R. Macfarlane. Action on contract. V. V. Ashford and Magoon for plaintiff, Neumann for de fendant. George Lucas vs. C Brewer & Co. Assumpsit. V. V. Ashford for, plaintiff, Hartwell for defendants. Skinner & Co. vs. Hawaiian Govern ment. Assumpsit. Hartwell and Neu mann for plaintiffs, Attorney-General for defendant. Hawaiian Government vs. W. S. Luce, et al., defendant. Attorney-General for plaintiff, Whiting and Hatch for defend ants. H. Eenler & Co. vs. G. West. As sumpsit. Hatch for plaintiffs. CAUSES FROM OTHER CIRCUITS. HAWAIIAN JURY. Kalauola vs. Kekukahiko. Ejectment. Kane for plaintiff, Kaulukou and Rosa for defendant. Kaloa alias Kamehaiku rs. Nahmu. Ejectment. Achi for plaintiff, Castle for defendant. J. K. Kaunamano vs. W. A. Kiha et al. Ejectment. Holokahiki for plaintifl, Magoon for defendants. BANCO. J. F. Bowler vs. Board of Immigra tion. Appeal from order of Dole, J., allowing defendant's costs. Hartwell and Whiting for plaintiff appellant. Attorney-General for defendant. Collector-General of Customs vs. W. S. Luce. Appeal from order of Dole, J ., allowing defendant's costs. Attorney General for plaintiff appellant. Administrator estate Wong Kim vs. Hawaiian Government. Exceptions from January Term. Castle for plaintiff, Attorney-General for defendant appellant. J. Clement vs. A. J. Cartwright, exe cutor will Maria King. Exceptions from January Term. Rosa for plaintiff appel lant, Brown for defendant. T. Kaulukou. Excep tions from April Term. Whiting and j Creighton for plaintiff, Rosa for defend ant appellant. In the matter of brigantine Consuelo. Appeal from order of McCully, J. over ruling demurrer. Attorney-General for Hawaiian Government, Hartwell for respondent appellant. S. M. Damon vs. M. Dickson et al. Equity appeal. Whiting for plaintiff, Brown for defendant appellant, Neu mann for assignee in bankruptcy. Un Wo Sang Company vs. T. Alo et 3rj&crtiscn;Ants. For Sale at Public Auction ! At the Auction Room of J. F. Morgan at 10 o'clock a. m., Ah Fat. Perjury. Chee. Perverting On Monday, July 1, 1389, By order of CAS TLE & COOKE, al Equity appeal. Hartwell for plain- Twenty-one (21) Shares of the New tiff appellant, Neumann and Carter for . r Paia Plantation (Consolidated) Stock Without dividends present crop. (The Paia Plantation issues 3.050 new shares on acquiring Grove Ranch Planta tion, makinsr its total issue 7,500 shares of the par value of $100 shares each, of which new issue the above 21 shares are for sale). 145-12t CALL FOR DIAMOND CREAMERY BUTTER In lib., 21b., 31b, and 71b. Tins. Finest Article for Warm Climates. S.FOSTER & Co. Wholesale Grocers, SOLE AGENTS. 20 and 28 California St., San Francisco. feb21,89 45-ly A GOOD INVESTMENT ! HA.WLlIA.ISr CAEEIAGE MANU7ACTUEING CO., defendants. G. W. Macfarlane vs. Minister of Fi nance. Appeal from order of Preston, J. rel using peremptory writ of manda mus. Neumann and Carter for peti tioner, Attorney-General for respondent. DIVORCES. Almira M. Kahananui vs. B. H. Ka hananui. V. V. Ashford for plaintiff, itosa lor rielendant. Ellen Davis vs. Daniel Davis. Rosa for plaintiff. Kaianu Kaai vs. David Kaai. Rosa for plaintiff. Akina vs. Louisa Akina. Neumann for plaintiff, V. V. Ashford for defendant. llenerietta Simonds vs. S.P.Simonds. V. V. Ashford for plaintiff. Julia S. Miranda vs. Francisco Miranda. Achi for plaintiff. Mele (w) vs. Kole (k). Achi for plaintiff. Virginia Pond vs. W. II. Pond. Neu mann for plaintiff. J . Kanoho (k) vs. Kealoha Kanoho (w). Smith for plaintiff. Kamakani (w) vs. Lono (k). Smith for plaintiff. Meeting of American Citizens. In accordance with the call of the American Minister Resident, a meeting of American citizens to the number of about sixty convened at the Hawaiian Hotel last evening. On motion Hon. W. F. Allen was chosen chairman, and F. E. Nichols secretary. On motion a committee of five consist ing of P. C. Jones, C. II. Eldridge, John Winter, E. F. Bishop and R. Lewers, was appointed to draw up a programme of exercises for the 4th of J uly. During the absence of the committee, Consul Putnam, Major Hebbard, Prof. Scott, Minister Merrill and others, spoke regarding the raising and disposition of funds for the occasion. P. C.Jones on behalf of the committee reported the following order of exercises : Literary exercises 11 a. m. Boat and Yacht races in the morning. , Noonday, salute, one gun for each State. Baseball in the afternoon. Ball in the evening. On motion it was made optional with the committee to have three salutes. morning thirteen guns, noon thirty-eight guns, and night thirteen guns. A motion for having a balloon ascen sion was lost. A committee of twenty-one was named by nomination as a committee of ar rangements for the day. The following were named : Messrs. F. M. Hatch, A. S. Hartwell, J. H. Paty, E. F. Bishop, John Winter, F. Winter, Major Heb bard, M. N. Sanders, W. C. Wilder, R. Lewers, J. Egan, W. W. Hall, Professor Scott, W. A. Hopper, F. Turrell, J. K. Wilder, B. Ordenstein. T. F. Lansing, II. A. Parmalee, D. Dayton, J. II. Soper, and N. B. Emerson. On motion the chairman and secretary were added to the committee of arrange ments. On motion the committee were author ized to fill any vacancies. Consul Putnam moved that a com mittee of twelve Americans be appointed to receive Admiral Kimberly on his arrival from Apia. At the close of the meeting about $500 was collected towards the celebration of the Day. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. Ladies, have you seen the latest? The Spar Sailor, this new shape hat, promises to be come very popular, and can be had at Sachs' Store, 104 Fort St. 147. M. Thompson, Attorney and Counselor at Law, corner Fort and Merchant streets, Hono lulu, gives written statements of law and judicial decisions applicable to the facts of the cases stated to him, and also opinion as to the probable result of legal proceed ings. 20-lm. h Croyal ssswf 1 4 Absolutely Pure. For quick raising, the Royal liafcing Powder is superior to all other leavening agents. It is ab solutely pure and wholesome and of the highest leavening power. It is always uniform in strength and quality and never faHs to make light, sweet, most palatable and nutritive food. Bread, biscuits, muffins, cake, etc., raised with Royal Baking Powder may be eaten hot without distressing results to the most delicate digestive organs. It will keep in any climate without deterioration. Prof. H. A. Mott, U. S. Government Chemist, after examining officially the principal baking powders of the country, reported: "The Roval Baking Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so found it in many tests made both for that company and the United States Govern ment. "Because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Royal Baking Powder is un doubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. Db. HENRY A. MOTT, PH. D.," 51221-ly C. S. Government Chemist. THIS PAPER IS KEPT ON FILE at E. C. Dake's Advertising Agency, 04 & 65 Merchant's Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., where contracts for advertising can be made for it. ON ACCOUNT OF DEPART- ure, I am instructed to offer for sale, a Lot of Land situate ou Pau- ahi street in Kikihale, Honolulu. A portion of this land is now under lease for twenty years from 1887, at a rental of $65 per annum, the lessee paying taxes and the remainder for hveyearstrom February, loe'J, at a rental ot SOU per annum, the lessee paying taxes. OFor further information apply to me at my office at 42 Merchant street. loO-tf J. ALFKEU MAUOON. THE XIISDOjST Iron and Locomotive Works, Corner of Beal and Howard Streets, San Francisco California W. H. TAYLOR President R. S. MOORE Superintendent Builders of Steam Machinery In all its branches. Steamboat, Steamship. Land Engines & Boilers, High Pressure or Compound. STEAM VESSELS of all kinds built complete, with hulls ot wood, iron or composite. ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Barges and Steam Tugs con structed with reference to the trade in which they are to be employed. Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaranteed. SUGAR MILLS and Sugar Making Machinery made after the most approved plans. Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith. WATER PIPE, of Boiler 01 3heet Iron, of any size, made In suitable lengths for connecting together, or Sheets rolled, punched and packed for shipment, ready to be riveted on the ground. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Boiler T7ork and Water Pipes made by this establishment, riveted by hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of work being far superior to hand work. SHIP WORK, Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam Winches, Air and Circulating Pumps, made after the most approved plans. SOLE Agents and manufacturers for the Pacific Coast of the Heine Safety Boiler. PUMPS Direct Acting Pumps for irrigation or city works purposes, built with the celebrated Davy Valve Motion, superior to any other pump. JOHN DYER Honolulu 41-3m Room No. 3, upstairs, Spreckels' Block. MURRAY & LANHSK'S FLORIDA WATER The Universal rerfume For the Toilet, the Bath and the Handkerchief. Mm In view of the attempts made recently by some unscrupulous dealers, to foist upon the public a worthless imitation, bearing the general outward appearance of the genuine, we call attention to the distinguishing marks of the genuine Murray & Lanman . FLORIDA WATER. Each bottle of the genuint article bea rs on its neck the Trade Mark, which appears alongside this notice j and on each leaf of the pamphlet, which is wrapped around it. appears in faint water mark letters the words LANMAN & KEMP, NEW YORK. If either be lackinjr reject the article as spurious. DOWNING & SCHMIDT Wholesale Agents San Francisco, Cat VV 119 1240-ly V Trade 61 1261-ly Big G has given univer sal satisfaction in the cure of Gonorrhoea and Gleet. I prescribe it and feel safe in recommend ing it to all sufferers. A. J. ST0XER. M.D.. Decatur, ill. PRICE, SI. 00. Sold by Druggists. BENSON, SMITH St CO., Agents f TO 6 DAYS.Vl , CwutMd not w ffi'f w Stricture. rjl Mfd only by the femXratiOesfeelCO. V Cincinnati RUPTURE " DR. PIEBCE'M JIAGSETIC ELAKTir TBUS"Only Electric Trn in the world. As Iron Hoops or Steel Snrintrs ! Kan to wr Thix-alahritul Trass has rndlrnl 1 rnrnl thnnunHi of patients. Eatab. 1875l Perfect fit Hnv trna ?ent to all parts of the world and we guarantee safe de- JLf li.1 Particulars, write for Pamphlet No. I. Address, M. E. Trow Co704 Sacramento Street. an Francisco. OaL, U. S. A. For Jlle use our New instrument for Home Treatment. Price, $2 or & 0O, S f W Carriages, Phaetons, Buggies, Brakes, ffaps. Etc. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. ALL KINDS OF CARRIAGE -aw WAGON REPAIRING Solicited at very low prices. OUR PATENT BRAKES Vliit"uuUllSrhecn o Just Received a large invoice of Second Growth of White Oak Spokes, HUBS, FELLOES, RIMS, PLANK, ETC. ; HEAVY HICKORY WAGON, SINGLE and DOUBLE TREES, ETC., ALL AT A GREATLY EOT REDUCED RATE. X3 Large Assortment of Bar Iron. 148 127G-lm T WJB LEAD! EST" OTHERS FOLLOW ! THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Of the United States. Stands First among the Life Assurance Companies ot the World in all essential particulars, viz : Outstanding Assurance $549,21G,12fi 00 New Business for 1888 152,933,535 00 Surplus, (4 per cent. Standard) 20,794,715 00 Total Income 26,958 '9 77 00 Premium Income 22,047,813 00 Increase in Assets in 1888 10,004,018 00 Increase in Outstanding Assurance O 06,180,564 0) Increase in Total Income iiqqq 3,718,128 00 Increase in Premium Income 2,932,038 00 Increase in Surplus J 2,090,460 00 Dividends Paid in 1888 2,376,064 00 Increase in Interest; Dividend and Rent Income, 18S8 786,090 00 Expenses to New Business 3.22 per cent Percentage of Assets to Liabilities 128 per cent Vide New York State Life Insurance Report for 18S8. in which are the sworn Statements of all Life Companies. ALEX. J. CAETWRIGHT, 90-tf GENERAL AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. G. . WILCOX." Having JUST RECEIVED ex above vessel a Consign ment of Gr. H. JVTTJMjVX & CO.'s "Emy CHAMPAGNE! We offer the tame for sale at 30.00 per Case, ea. 1 doz. qts.; $32.00 per Case, ea. 2 doz. pts. W. C. PEACOCK & Co., MERCHANT STREET. 94 123f-ero THE MMACT1ERS' SHOE CO. 86 and 8S Hotel Street. BOOTS AND SHOES -:- AtWholesale and Eetail. -:- The Largest and Most Complete Stock -IN THE KINGDOM- DIRECT FROM THE 'MAN TJEACTURERS ! iCCT" With a Buyer in the East our facilities are the BEST for buying Goods Cheap of the latest and best designs and styles. Orders by mail from the other Islands will receive prompt and careful attention. o 113 1270-ly ID. 33. SMITH, Agent.