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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MARCH 20, IHWJ.
SOCIETY AND PERSONAL.
Invitations are out for a dancing
party to bo given next Momlay oveu
ing by Mrs. 8. Ci. Wilder iu honor of
Miss l'aulsell of Ban Francises-
This evening, at Mr. J. F.
Brown' Waikiki residence, the Faroe
"A Box of Monkeys" will be giveu.
It is said to be better even than the
play giveu last New Year' Eve by
the same people. If so. it is sure to
delight those fortunate enough to at
tend. Mrs. Bprnntn. the wife of Engineer
BeetnaD, FJ. N , of Mare Island,
leaves Tuesday for the Coast.
Mr. J. T. Waterhouse, Sr., leaves
on the outgoing steamer, aud will
npend a few months in California,
Iowa and other States of the Union,
and may even be tempted to make
his 70th voyage across the Atlantic.
He will be accompanied with his son,
Mr. and Mr. David Rice, of Bos
ton, and llisi Martha Brewer return
home after a sojourn of several
months here and at Kaneohe. Mrs.
U. and her daughter are natives of
Honolulu, and their visit here has no
doubt possessed all the storied
charms and pleasures of a trip to
Rev. Hiram Bingham, wife and
son, leave on the Australia for New
York, to be absent about eighteen
months'. Mr. and Mrs. B. go to super
vise the printing of the new Gilbert
Island Bible, the translation of which
has been made by him, his wife and
one or two native assistants. The
printing will be done by the Ameri
can Bible Society of New York.
Captain of Marines Mews, of the
San Francisco, is planning a walk
around this island in conjunction
with some brother officers.
Hon. L. A, Thurston and E. M.
Walsh, Eq , both members of the
Hawaiian bar, leave on the Australia,
bound to Chicago to help advertise
these Islands as the best resort for
pleasure and health to be found in
the Pacific Ocean. They are both
old residents, well informed, and
qualified to give full information on
all points where it is sought for. The
Hawaiian Chicago Fair Commis
sioners have done well to secure the
aid of these gentlemen for initiating
measures to secure for Hawaii a
good place to display our exhibits,
whenever the right time comes to
send them on.
Mons. d'Arglade, French Consul
and Commissioner to Hawaii, returns
to France on leave of absence, and
may be away eight or ten months.
During his absence, the consulate
will be in charge of his secretary,
Mons. Vizzavona, who has been
connected with it for several years.
Her Majesty the Queen is in the
enjoyment of her usual good health.
She is staying at the Palace.
Mr. Benj. F. Dillingham, manager
of the Oahu Railway and Land Com
pany, visits California on business
connected with his enterprise. On
railroads and business generally at
these Islands, no one is better posted,
or has better opportunities to judge
of our future prospects.
Letters received from M:rs. W. C.
Parke report that she and her daugh
ters are still in the south of France,
all enjoying good health. They plan
to return in the summer, arriving
here in July.
A number of tourists return to
America by the Australia., most of
them having visited the volcano.
They all speak in praise of the man
agement of the hotel, and of the in
describable beauty of the active vol
cano, which is approached without
danger, aud viewed froi a point
which enables the spectator to enjoy
the scene without fear, as long as he
cares to look at it. It is a picture
that can neither bo painted nor
accurately described, but must be
seen to be realized.
H. R. H. Prince Kalanianaole will
be 21 years of age to day, March 26,
and the Waialua Riding Society,
bearing his name, propose giving a
luau in honor of the occasion, on
Monday next, at that place
Mr. Alfred H. Ackerman, formerly
of New York, but lately residing in
Los Angeles, arrived in the Mariposa
with his family, and will remain here
two or three months, visiting Hilo,
the Volcano and other localities of
interest. Mr. Ackerman spent two
or three months here some twenty
five years ago, when the whaling
fleet made Honolulu their principal
rendezvous, and is thus able to note
the great changes that have taken
place during the quarter century
that has intervened. .
The friends of Justice McCully, of
the Supreme Court, will be glad to
learn that his health has improved so
as to allow him to ride out occasion
ally, and we trust he will soon be
able' to resumo bis seat on the bench,
where he has for so many years
served the public.
The climate of Samoa was found
by the officers of the Iroquois to be
so hot aud enervating, that when
they got to Honolulu they found the
white worn hero just a little too
chilly. It seems that naval etiquette
requires officers to don the same
uniform as that beiug worn on the
Flagship. Captain Reed secured,
fur the benefit of his staff, a relax
ation of the rule, ami tne gaiiani
officers of the Iroquois are now wear
ing tho blue in consequence.
The last mail brought to the
friends of the parties named below
the following invitation s
Mr. & Mrs. M. Louisson
reqoest the pleasure of your company
at the marriage of their daughter
Mr. Gitstav Simon,
Wednesday evening, Aprii sixth,
Eighteen hundred and ninety-two,
at half-past eight o'clock,
San Franc isco, Vkrkin.
About two years ago we had the
pleasure of announcing the marriage
of iiahela, tbo eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. LooiMOB, to a wealthy gen
tleruan of Salt Lake City. The wed-
ding of Miss Belle taken place on the
day after the arrival of the Australia
at San Francisco, and the accom
plished bride and her groom will ac
cept the congratulations of all their
friends for a long and happy married
life. Miss B. Louisson attended
school at Oahu College for two
WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN.
Margaret A. Iirennan, Universalis
pastor at Erie, has becomo so popular
that her sermons are reported in tho
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe has two bright
daughters, Mrs. John Elliott and Mrs.
Florence Howe Hall, both of whom in
cline to the lecture rostrum.
Mabel Dunlevy, a graduate of the
Philadelphia School of Design, has been
appointed one of the five women to deco
rate palace car interiors iu Wilmington.
Mrs. George Bowron, of Chicago,
spent two years' study on her invention
of the car coupler, which has won the
highest praise of all practical railroad
Enid Yandell, of Louisville, designed
the models from which were made the
columns of the Louisville Trust com
pany's fine new building. Her work
elicits the highest praise of art critics.
Elizabeth Marbury occupies a unique
place in the chronicle of woman's em
ployment in that she is the only woman
in the world who represents foreign and
American dramatic authors as an inter
Josephine Moody Luthe, Colorado's
second woman lawyer, recently admitted
to tho bar by the supreme court of the
state, is a handsome, prepossessing
woman well on the sunny side of forty.
She will practice her profession in her
AROUND THE THRONES.
The Emperor William has decided to
have constructed a new royal Prussian
King George of Greece has been suf
fering from the smallpox. He is the fa
vorite brother of the Princess of Wales.
The Empress Frederick presented her
portrait to the noted Prussian philan
thropist, Herr Liiebermann, on the occa
sion of his golden wedding.
The empress of Japan is distinguished
for her musical taste and ability, and
in particular plays the koto a Japanese
instrument resembling the zither with
One young woman of noble lineage
has recently married below her rank,
yet with the approval of her friends.
Princess Marie Bonaparte, daughter of
Prince Charles Bonaparte, was wedded
to an Italian lieutenant. Even King
Humbert and Queen Margherita sent
Prince Henry of Orleans, the eldest
son of the Duke of Chartres, who has al
ready acquired some reputation as an
explorer, has gone on another expedi
tion to Asia. He hopes to explore the
unknown region of the Laos in India
and travel through a part of China. The
young prince, who is only twenty-four
years old, will be accompanied only by
A Few Opinions abont the
TO BK EXHIBITED BY
The - Scottish - Thistle - Club
IN KAWAIAHAO CHURCH,
Saturday Evening, April 2, 1892.
THE OPINION OF ROYALTY.
" When His Majesty, the Emperor
of Austria visited the Exhibition on the
20th inst., he made most favorable com
ments on the Scottish Exhibit."
THE OPINION OF PROFESSIONALS.
M I am very much pleased indeed with
them, especially the instantaneous
dies, which are superb."
F. Mason Goon.
THE OPINION OF AMATEURS.
" The slides are really perfect."
Chas. W. Hasting,
Editor, Amateur Photographer.
THE OPINION OF THE PRESS.
Birmingham Photographic Exhibition,
Feb., 1889. Photograph says: "Ex
hibit 448 The cloud effects shown are
most excellent and in this respect there
is nothing to equal them f.n the Exhibi
tion. They carry off the first prize."
Doors open 7 :30 ; Commence at
Tickets at Holhster & Co.. Ben
Smith & Co., Hart & Co., T. G.
Thrum, H. J. Nolte's, Haw. News Co.,
or any of the 8. T. C. Members.
3031 -4 1
THE "KA MAILE,"
IN THE MclNERNY BUILDING. FORT ST.,
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and
i j lit. i
now reauy to taae orders
in that line,
stock of Silk
A brand new
Art Linens, Tassels, Fringes,
Draperies and other artistic
goods arc offered to the ladies
THE "KA MAILE,"
THE MclNERNY BUILDING,
THK, BOA D PR
j tHl!3& T P1
I wfshlaa to travel over the i
FROM PA HA LA
HOUNK, known as
vate r'a. Any on
pamo must iiuy VZ.:
mil. Payable either at the Volcano lloue or
at the Half Way Houae.J
I3w tf PETER LEE
GRAND PICN IC
TO lltC K1VKN MY I'll K
Honolulu Arioii Society
On Saturday Evening
TRAINS will leave the Oahu
Railway Depot at 7 and S o'clock i m. ;
returning will leave the Cirove at 10 and
US V. If a
TICKETS to be had at J. Hu-
! ash's store, the Elite and Ludwigson
Sc Cron's lee Cream Parlors.
OFFER FOR SALE
$17.50 per Ton in Bulk,
$19.00 per Ton in Bags.
teller:, and Dnratw
We are now Receiving the Largest
Stock and Greatest Variety
ever brought to Hono
lulu. All the
Prices Lower than ever.
Call and examine.
WILDER & CO.
MRS. PRAY, HAVING RESUMED
the practice of Massage, would he
glad to see old friends and new at 150
tort St., Chinese Uhurch yard. mXBMt
MISS 8U8ANNE PATCU,
TEACHER OF VOICE AND PIANO
Una removed to Mrs. hapin's, (ilaai
lea Premises), corner of Hotel
and Richard Kts.
Hefers by psrmiflBioa to lier patrons in
CASTLE & COOKE.
Shipping and Commission Merchants
IHPOBTBR8 AND DBALKBfl III
Life, Fire and Marine
382 HONOLULU, H. I. 2804-q
Nrn CUnui ttocmcuts.
Saii liu! Alioy!
Captain, don't he bashful, but
come right aboard and make your
self at home, and while you are
resting after your long voyage just
take a look round and see tin
number and variety of articles we
keep, that are always needed and
useful on board of any ship. If you
are in need of Rope for rigging, we
can supply you with pure Manila
from Eastern Manufactures or from
Tubbs Rope Factory, California, or
we can furnish Hong Kong Rope,
and these in all sizes from 6th to
If your ship happens to be a
" lame duck " and you want to
refit, we can furnish you with the
best of iron wire Rope for standing
rigging, galv'd steel, and flexible
wire Rope, wire Seizing, Hemp
Rope, ass'd ; Spun Yarn, Marline,
Loglines, Ratline, all sizes ; Seizing,
Houseline. Hausbroline. We can
furnish you with any kind of a
Block needed on board ship,
or common, patent or metaline
If you have carried away or torn
you sails, we can sell you cotton
and hemp duck all sizes ; hemp
and cotton twine, etc., for repairs.
If you are in need of Ship Hard
ware you will find here iron and
brass rowlocks, belayingpins, iron
or hickory ; parrel-trucks, boat
hooks, sounding leads, patent logs,
hawsing mallets, bow chocks, galv'd
and brass cleats, fair leaders, liz
zards, mast head trucks, ship
scrapers, rigging screws, wrist
shackels, deck buckets ; Oars of all
lengths, water hose, suction hose,
You may be in need of a pair of
marine glasses, a log book, ship
compass, quadrant or a sextant,
we have them and Nautical Alma
nacs for 1892.
If you will step across the street to
our ware house, we can show you,
cases of yellow metal, felt sheating,
sheet lead, pitch, bales of oakum,
Stockholm and coal tar, rosin, cot
ton waste, raw and boiled linseed
oil, turpentine, kerosene and sperm
oil. It is hardly necessary to men
tion that we keep in stock as fine
a stock of paints of all kinds and
colors as can be found in this
If there is anything else, Cap
tain, that is wanted on board your
ship, we either have it or can get
it ; from a quarter of beef, or a bas
ket of green groceries to a thousand
or more gallons of water.
We sell our Ship Chandlery at
very low prices compared with the
old Honolulu rates, and our goods
are all fresh and of the latest pat
terns. Besides Ship Chandlery we keep
the fullest line of Hardware, Me
tals, Nails and Tools of all kinds
to be found in this town.
Captain, we are glad to have had
the pleasure of showing you our
establishment, and hope you will
call again and often. Thanks for
your order which will be filled im
mediately, if not sooner, and sent
on board this afternoon.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ld.
Ship Chandlers, Etc., Etc.
COR. FORT AND KING STREETS.
Havi Ikmju entirely reno
vated ami Unproved,
Tlu I'd Hard Room cannot
be BUrpasted by any in
Only tho hest of Wines
and Liquors kept in
A sharp of your patro
nage is solicited by
j. I). McVeigh,
1'ARISUN PATTERN HATS, B0NNRT8 AND TOQUEft,
Will be open for inspection on
Friday, Saturday & Monday, Mar. 25. 2fi & 28.
CMTTHF LADIES ARK CORDIALLY INVITED.
N. B. ( 'H$,
104 b'on Br. - - Honolulu.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Offer for Bale, ex
NEW INVok'K.s OF
Atomizers, Night Stoves,
Croup Kettles, Sterilizers,
COLGATE'S SOAPS vNI) PERFUMES
Puffs and Powder Boxes,
Hair. Tooth and Nail Brushes,
The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of fa York
RICHARD A. McCUBDY, President.
Company's Statement for the Year Ending
December 31st, 1891.
ASSETS, - - - $159,507,138.68.
Reserve on Policies (American Table 4 per cent.) $146,968,322 00
Liabilities other than Reserve 507,849 52
Surplus 12,030,967 16
Receipts from all sources 37,634,734 53
Payments to Pol icy-Holders 18,755,711 86
Risks assumed and renewed, 194, 470 policies.. 607,171,801 00
Risks in force, 225,507 policies, amounting to $695,753,461 03
Note. The above statement shows a large increase over the business of 1890
in amount at risk, new business assumed, payments to policy-holders, receipts,
assets and surplus ; and includes as risks assumed only the number and amount of
policies actually issued and paid for in the accounts of the year.
The Assets are Invested as Follows :
Real Estate and Bond and Mortgage Loans $ 81,345,540 48
United States Bonds and other Securities .. 57,661,455 78
Loans on Collateral Security ..... 10,223,903 90
Cash in Banks and Trust Companies at interest 5,070,153 03
Interest accrued, Premiums deferred, etc - - 5,206,085 49
I have carefully examined the foregoing statement and find the same to be cor
rect. A. N. WATERHOUSE, Auditor.
From its Surplus a dividend will
Report of the Examining Committee.
Office of Thb Mutual Life
At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of this Company, held on the 23rd day of
December, ultimo, the undersigned were appointed a Committee to examine the
annual statement ior the ending year December 31, 1891, and to verify the same
by comparison with the assets of the Company.
The Committee have carefullv performed the duty assigned to them and hereby
certify that the statement is in all particulars correct, and that the assets specified
therein are in possession of the Company.
In making this certificate the Committee bear testimony to the high character of
the investments of the Company and express their approbation of the system, order,
and accuracy with which the accounts and vouchers have been kept, and the business
in general is transacted.
H. C. Von Post, Julien T. Davies,
J. H. Hekrice, George Bliss,
Robert Sewell, D. C. Robinson,
Jas. C. Holden.
Samuel E. Srnoi i.i.s.
Richard A. MuCurdy.
Charles E. Miu.er.
Wm. P. Dixon.
Alexander H. Kick.
James E. Granniss.
Jno. W. AucmncbOBB.
s.vmiki 1. babcock.
Rural W. Teckham.
George F. Baker.
James 0. HoLDKX.
James W. Hi sted.
Robert A. Gsumms.
Julien T. Davies.
David 0. Bobimbo.
HOHEK'l' W. CrUYTVN"IS!3. VICE-PnESIDKNT.
WALTER R. GILLETTE, General Manager.
ISAAC V. LLOYD, 2d Vice PreaMeni.
WILLIAM J. EA8TON, Beoretaty.
FREDERICK SCHROKDER, Assistant Stvretarv.
HENRY E. DUNCAN. JR., Ooneepondinft Secretary.
EMORY McOLINTOCK. L. L. P.. F. I. A., Actuary
JOHN TAT LOCK. JR., Assistant Actuary.
CHARLES B. FERRY. Sd Assistant Actuary.
FREDERICK CROMWELL, Treasurer.
JOHN A. FONDA. Assistant Treasurer.
WILLIAM F. BANDS, Cannier.
EDWARD t HOLDEN, Assistant Cashier,
WILLIAM G. DAVIES, General Solicitor.
WILLI AM W. RICHARDS, Comptroller.
M EPICAL DlRKCTORS:
GTJ8TAVU8 B.WINSTON, M. D.
1 LIAS .1 MARSH, M D.
GRANVILLE M . WHITE, M. D.
Fo r Ft i Pa rt icu la r.,
HONOLULU, February Id, 1882.
S. S. Australia,
1408 21M5 tf
be apportioned as usual.
Insurance Co. of New Yoke,
January 25th, 1892.
Charles R. Henderson.
Henry W. Smith.
George S. Coe.
Augustus D. Juimjarp.
J. Hobart Herrick.
Hermann 0. Yon Tost.
Walter R. Gillette.
Henry H. Rogers.
Robert Skweu .
S. Yan ReVBSBI u.kCki QKR.
A ;; 1y to
GENERAL AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
FARMERS, PLANTERS, & GARDENERS,
Patronize Home linliiHtry.
We can furiiitsh you an y of the
principal fertiliser use-! m t i (Vjomfff,
or the MATftttiAis generally d in the
tusnulitcture of same.
J9 W make special Qftjrs Mam ass
to order, and keep e4raH on burnt
OE6AJUC and cubmicai. keil .' sets in
quantities to suit purchasers.
tfMPPure Ground Bone, Animal ione
and Blood, Dried Blood. Nitrate of - ods,
Nitrate of Potash, Sulphuric Arid, Hupr
phosphates and Gypsum, uom ami
High tirade Guanos, Bone A alien. Fiefa
Guano, Bone Iust, Wood Aslies, Htahl.
Manor.-. Ktc, Etc.
Ahout of what yon pay m is spent
in MATERIALS, LABOR Slid oTHSR llfRRSIS
for carrying on atxl deeetoplag our huui
new; the money ia KOI MfLl Kser ir tub
I ocntby, hut is R kit MovtRo and every
RBTAII. AND WIIOLKHAI.K KTOBK OU the
Ialandx in bepeltsd by voce ouukk if
giveu to U4, and tins helps also to create
a demami for t he crop you are raising.
A. w. ( KK K,
Manager A Proprietor Hawn. IVrlilixing
Honolulu, II. I.
March 18, 1892 2951 tf
mw hi m iiinm
(Fornn rly the Grand Hotel)
Cot. Second and Market St., Sao Fnncueo.
This Fine Hotel, centrally located for
business purposes, having been thor
oughly renovated and newly furnished
throughout offers Fpecial conveniences
to intending visitor from the Hawaiian
jtf A complete system of electric
bells. Direct communication with Hoff
Rooms from $1 per Day upwards.
im new, iv
Have on Hand and For Sale.
Freeh every month rom the Coast
the very '.ualityof
May and Grrain
Of all kinds, at the very ioweet prices
Delivered promptly to anj pan
of the city.
GIVE US A TBI AM
Warehouse, Leleo Mutual Telephone
121 ; Bell Telephone 121.
Office Trith C. T. Gulick Bell Tele
phone 348; Mutual Telephone 138.
The Best Canned Butter in the World
New Pock Just Received !
Mackerel, Tongues and Sounds,
and SALMLQN BELLIES,
A SPECIALTY '
S. FOSTER & CO., Sole Agents,
26 and 28 California St., San Francisco.
Styl of Architolnre:
Rsstlako, Queen Anne.
Renaissance, (iothic, Italian.
Classic and Norman.
Id Stone, Brick, Iron or Wood
Cheap Artistic Cv4tSgM a Specially.
'omplet plans an.1 Mecitications
given; also superinLjmlenee of construc
Chilton Block, - l'p-stair.
Entrance on Fort St. 2J7
CASTLK & C00KK,
Life, Fire nd Minn
Aouvr for :
New England Mutual Life Ins. Go
tftna Fire Ins. Co, of Hartford.
t nnuranoe Oompanv
Of San Frai isc. California.
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