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THE DAILY HERALD
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EVERY MORNING
EXCEPT SONDAYS
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TIIK DAILY III KLD
TUESDAY JULY 26 1887
THE DUTVOLTHE HOUR
Doubt upon the question of clcctoril
rcKislration ns Affecting foreign citizen
iliip having been Sot ut rest matters 0
jfWerfmcht may now in tiie mnn as
tlWy nairbewitftroiifidonrr left to tlu
rcf rtn Cabinet while eveiybody who
Iiu the good of the country at heart
devotes time energy and influence to
the work of sccurng a Legislature in
harmony with the principles upon
which the recent revolution was based
This stage of the programme is one as
critical as the situation during the
period covered by the week preceding
and that following the mass meeting
So far it may be said that the reform
of the nation has only been inaugur
ated in the rough Until the different
estates of the realm in a free Legisla
ture liiivc ratified what has been done
besides committing themselves to a
sound and progressive policy for the
future the country cannot be regarded
as safe Therefore it is incumbent
upon every right thinking member of
the community to subordinate personal
and especially selfish interests to the
grand work of securing a Legislature
that will be creditable to the nation in
intelligence capacity and thoroughly
representative character To this end
one of the first requisites is to secure a
complete understanding ainongst all
friends of reform itself and for its own
sake Thus only can 1 solid front be
preserved against the mischief makers
of different nationalities who have early
got to work most of them with no
other motive than one of rescntmeiU
because they were not able to divert a
great popular uprising to purposes of
selfish profit and aggrandizement
Better is to be expected of reflective
minds that have unreservedly devoted
themselves to the cause of reform than
that they should now voluntarily stop
to brbod over this and that result
coming short of the common desire
and expectation Yet there is danger
that many good men who may be
troubled with misgivings on some
score or other may permit a spark of
discontent to be fanned into flame by
any wind of mischief craftily directed
across their path Let the watchword
for every well wisher of Hawaii now
be Hold fast that which is good and
then Jthe cause of reform and national
development will go marching proudly
forwatd toward triumphant consumma
tion
Kohala Notes
The members of the Kohala Glee
Club gave a delightful luau to their
numerous friends at Makapala hall last
Monday evening Some seventy five
invitations which were liberally re
sponded to After the feast the evp
nTiJB was devoted to singing and
ing
This club has lately been organized
and its members consist principally of
natiyes and half whites of this district
They gave several performances lately
which were highly enjoyed It is the
intention of the club shortly to give a
series of entertainments
The Rev Mr Whalley was the reci
pient of a pleasant farewell sqcial last
night ut Kaiopihi hall tendered him
by his numerous friends Mr Whalley
has been failiniijfcHb and contem
plates a trip htfHnSgjjjTEngland to recu
perate JJtflias been with us for some
tins his departure will be regret
ted iiWe all wish him a pleasant voy
agcjiiid a speedy return
Kohala is rather unfortunate in the
prospective loss of many of our society
people in the coming week Those
about to leave us are 7ev Mr Whal
ley arfd wife Mr and Mrs Renton
Misdes Emma and Alice Renton Mrs
George Ewart pud children Miss Mon-
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tross IvIIs Turner and Mrs RH
Atkins and daughter MAscof
The Kapaa School
The closing exercises of the Knpaa
School Kauai were held last Friday
To say they were a success would
hardly represent the way in which the
pupils distinguished themselves Visl
tors from different part1 of the island
were present some travelling n distance
of sixteen miles They considered
themselves well rcpaiJ for thejiurney
Some of the selections on the pro
gramme would be difficult for Engl sh
speaking children to learn and when it
is remembered that the only time the
pupils heard English was during school
hours their excellent delivery spoke
most higily or the abilities of the
teachers and their close attention tt
duty Some of the children who re
cited could not speak English at alt
ibout eight months ago Out ing thi
exercises from the delivery and gcnera
conduct f tliu scholars it was evident
that they understood what they wen
nying and doing The nvisical por
i m of the pr gramnc denoted care
ful training and was ruled a treat
At the close of the ptouramine Mr
White who believes Uiit n ful
stomach givcth great y invittd lir
tiany guests to take an active part in
1 luau prepared f r them
This is the second exercise r f this
kind gien by the Knpaa school during
Mr Wliitcsprmcipalship The first
which was held at the beginning or tlu
Christmas vacation wis almost as at
tractive as the last and established foi
him and the school a well deserved
reputation The assistant teachers
Mrs J Sherman and Mr Thos
Ncol deserve more than ordinary
recognition as it is upon them Mr
White says he relics for the material
that makes his own class an easier
success
BUSINESS ITEMS
NoliamMxrok excel the Hawaiian Almanac
and Annual fur rcliihlc statistical and general
information relating to these Islands Irlre
50 cents
12 tttlhoritii
Intovior OlUcit
July ai 1887
Mr W 0 Faulkner has been rippolnted
Superintendent of the Electric Lights belong
ing to the Government and now has sole
charge of ill apparatus connected therewith
All orders for material used in construction
or otliciwrlkc in cnnnrrllon tlirrrwllhmust he
signed by him
L A THURSTON
Minister of the Interior
IDopiirtiiont of ITinanoo
July 12 1887
All persons having claims against the Ha
waiian Government are requested to send
them In with as little delay as possible to the
Departments responsible for their liquidation
W L GREEN
Minister of Finance
4Iclu 2lltcrttecmculff
NEW GOODS
Ity recent arrivals
E 0 Hall Son
Limited
Have received a fine assortment of
Silver 3latocl Ware
From Heed Iarton celebrated manufactory
Solid Silverware
From the Gorham Works
Springfield Rifles
CARD MATCHES EXTRA LONG
Barbed rind Plain Wire for Fencing
Three hundred coils of MANILA ROPE of
best quality troin 6 thread to 5 inches
SISAL ROPE from 6 thread to iff Inches
Hale TlopeCotton and Linen Fish Line
HABDWAEE
Of every description and an endless variety of
PAJCNTS
Oils Varnishes Turpoivtinos
Etc Etc
Sperm Oil and nil kinds of Lubricating
Oils Engineers Scores Qakumctc
Ai
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A LARGE LOT OF GOODS
Innll lines and per ship Timour
from Doston a
FULL ASSORTMENT 0F1IARUWARE
All of which is offered at lowest Market
Rate
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EKESMOBiSiY
ThaOfllrBtlUbls Blood ParifUr
A SPECIFIC FOR
8crofuafSaltWheum
Neuralgia Jtlnfe Worm
And all other Skin anOleodDlMues
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LIVER AND KIDNEYS
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a tnfMa tmalttM f tie tjtttm
Dm irAKnNri of London tho eclo
tratod specialist Bftys of PAXDXEU
aEMKDV I havo used It for twenty
j card for Blood Digeww mich nfl
Scrofula SaUllhoum Tolcr and Cancer
ind I cannot icommond It too hluhlv
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8 n wonderful modiclno for tho Bliwd
I liavo proscribed it hundreds of tlmca
or Leprosy and whott Riven In tlmo
t always cured tho patient I can
afoly say Uiat Leprosy -will novor break
nit on pcrsonB wbo tako Pardkgb
Ukmbdy regularly and I ndviso all jci
na living in countrios Whoro Leprosy
la provalont to tako Pardees Uemkiiy
us 11 provontivo
FOR SALE BY AIL OfiUCCISTS IN HONOIUlu
fseiBfc Co
MnnufactutlnR and I moor t in i
JVo tii Fort Street
Alwnj ko ip on hand a mot cltgant auortmtnt of
FINE JEWELRY
SOLtl AND lLATKD SILVER WAKE
Irer lirotight to thli mnitet
Clocksi Watches Urarolets Nock
letb Pius Lockets Gold Chains
anil Guards Slcovo IlttttonH
Studs Ktc Etc
Ami ornament of all klnda
Elegftat Solid Silver Tea SoU
And nil kin Ji of sllrerwar suitable for pricnutlon
KUKUI AID SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order
nrnaMnf ef vntdci and Icwlrv cartfullv it
tended to and executed in the most workmanlike
manner
ENGRAVING A SPECIAL Y
Particular attention Is raid to orders and Job wotk
BUHACH
The Great California-
INSECT POWDER
The Genuine for Sale only by
Benson
Smitl
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HONOLULU
New York Lino
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FIRST CLASSVESSEL WILL RE
A dispatched Irom New York for Honolulu
to leave in all September All orders to come
by this vessel should bo forwarded as soon
as possible For further Information address
the New York Agents Messrs V II Cross
inun Uro77 and 7r Uroad Mrecte New
York Cityor Castle Cpokc Honolulu ILL
WEFOSTER
TT ARNESS MAKER HAS MOVED TO
1 1 No 78 King street next t the Metro
politan Market
NOTICE
MY ABSENCE FROM
DURING Mr John H Iaty will
acf for me under full power of uttorncy
HENRY M UENSON
Honolulu July 5 1887
COTTAGE TO LET
At FalanW Apply to
VV McCANpLESS
Fsh MarteJ
OIGAll MAKERS WANTED
kNE
OH TWO CIGAR MAKERS
ilvat
J wanted at once Apply
UB CJtYSTAL SODA WORKS
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Ilnrtfyrd Firo Iusumnco Co
Assets 5osscoo
Commercial Insurance Co
1
-Fire andMarine
Assets 450000
Anglo Nevada Assuranco Corr
pojratidil
Fire and Marine
Captlal Full Paid 2000000
SoutlLlhitish Firo and Mjirhip
IiiBtlranco Co
CnpiUl - -
10000000
Now York Lifo Insurance Co
Ascts - - - 75000000
HONOLULU
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
Notable and Significant Items From The
OP Tilt
3STJBW TOEK
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
A total Income of over nineteen million two
hundred thousand dollars and payments to
policy holders ofncarly eight million dollars
Interest income over three miljlon seven
hundred thousand dollars being over Si per
cent on average net assets and over nine
hundred thousand dollars in excess of tlcatJi
losses paid
Market value of securities over three million
six hundred thousand dollars injexcess of their
cost on the Companys books
Liabilities both actual and contingent
vldcd for and a surplus of over fifteen and
half million dollars by the State standard
AN INCREASE of over three million
dollars in Income over two million in sur
plus over eight mill on in assets over
sixteen million in Insurance written and
of over forty four millions of Insurance
In force
OVER FIGURES OF PRECEDING VEAl
Cash Assets January 1 1SS7 ottr Stunty fiu
Jlillion Dollars
Insurance In Force January t 1887 over
Three Hundred Million Dollars
TIXE NEWYOUK liUTJS
Issues n greater variety of Policies than ant
other Company thereby adapting its contracts
to the largest number of people It has
lajely perfected a rctirriMfemiumfealure un
derwhlchinany of its policleVare issued wllh
Guaranteed Return of all Premiums
Paid in addition to the Amount
Originally Insured
In case of death during a specified period
The returns on the New York Lifes Tonlite
Policies that have matured have la en
Larger tlian those of any other Company
Whether Tontine or Ordinary comparison
being made between policies taken at same
age and premium rate and running through
the same period of time
Po not Insure until you haye seen full par
ticulars of the New York Lifes Policies
1
Insurance In Force on these Islands ovei
If
OnolMiliioii Dollars
FprIaiticMlars Apply To
O O BJSHGOSB
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Genr Asent or he Hawaiian Islands
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Quality
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Prices
Honolulu II I
OF FASHION
GREAT EXC1TEMBNT FOR 30 DAYS OKLY
CATCM0N TO THIS
A GREAT CLEARANCE SALE at the TEMPLE OF FASHION where
Our Stock will be Sold nt
REDUCED PRICES
Decided Bargains in Every Department
Wo will Alio W on all Bills uIjovoSIO nn Extra CaBli
Discount of 5 por cent
Reduced 36lnch Uatislcj from ao cents to 10 ccntsvayard
Great reductions in Calicos Lawns at scents per yard
Linen Lawn reduced to 20 cents a yard
Great Bargains in Dross Goods
Summer pUkBllciluceiUoGO cts a yard
G roab iBarpains in House ITurnisliing Goods
Ladies Silk Gloves and Mitts reduced to 25 cents a pair
Embroideries and Laces Sold at Cost Price -Great J3argains in Corsets
Our entire Stock of Ladies Misses and Childicn Shoes will be sold 15 per
cent less than Cost-
Great reduction in Ladies Misses and Childrens Wfcnr Childrens Dresscs
Will be Sold at Manufacturers Cost
Boys Olotliing at Eeducel Briees
Hoys Linen Suits at 150 Boys Pants reduced to 65 cents a nrA
Gopcls Sold for Cash ojily during our Clearing Sale
S ESBDRLIOH
JOHN NOTT
nsriambex 8 Kaahumanu Street
STOVESI R4NGES1
Gfosmite Iron and Tin Waa
Oliandoliors Lamps and Lanterns
Syae 3ipe and Rubber Hose
HOUSE KBBPJONQ GOOPS
PLUMBING TIN COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK ETC ETC
EGAN 00
Importers Of
Gents iYoutha and Uoys Fino Oustoin Modo Olotliing
lIatsCp Furnishing Goods Trunks anil Valisos
Also a Yevv I ine Ijinq of Qents9 Shoes
Cornw Fort sad Mwehant Streti Honolulu H I

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