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SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 1880.
Stmr Ewa from Ewa
Slmr Kaala from aianno nud Walalua
Schr Caterlna from Ewa
Schr lawal!anl from Koolnu
31 nr !)
Stinr Viva from Maui '
Stmr Like ike from Mnui
Stmr iMokolU from Jlolokal
It M S Zcalandia from the Colonics
Stmr Iwalanl from Uiiinnkim
Sclir Kaalokal fiom Ktuini
Stmr J A Cutuuilii? from Koola i
Stmr KUatiea Hull from lltmiaktiu
H S Zcalandia for .Sau Francisco at o:!J0
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Schr llalcakala for Pcpsckco
Slmr Kuala lor Walalua and Walanno
at !) a in
Stmr Llkcllko for Maul at 5 p m
Stmr .Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p in
Stmr Viva for Maul
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolau
10CAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Avotheh major in town.
No blue ribbon entertainment to
night. A vousn Herman woman wants a
Tin: German schooner Mntnutu
wag wrecked at Apia February 10th.
Tiiu Hawaiian band plays at
Emma Square this afternoon at -1 :30
U.smo? eervico at Ivauinnkapili
Church Sunday evening, at 7 :30
Tins llmiolulii Arion Society will
have a social dance at their hall this
Thk pupils attending St. Andrew's
Priory have been photo;inphcd in
groups by 31 r. Thou. Severin.
Mn. 11. .1. Nolle lias so far recover
ed mi to lie able to leave the hospital
and go to his own home at Waikiki.
Wild is the venerable ladv of 70
summers, who walked to the top of
1'unehbowl before breakfast this
XU. QU1CT A.T LATEST AG'COOTi,
For San Francisco, per liktnc S N
Castle, Mar 8-Mrs J E llldwcll. Mr
Xleholls, M Mortenson, wife audi chil
dren, F E Atwater and wife.
For Yokohama, per S S Oml Mnrti,
Mar 8 G W Ualdwhi, J C S Farther,
Mrs M Lane, and 188 Japanese and 15
From .Maul, per stmr.Likollkc, Mart)
,-C F Beard, Major S Parker, Faul Ku
noa, J 11 McLean, M F Lyons, Mrs M
Urown, O F Mel.ean, wife and infant,
II Morrison, Apa and wife. Ah Chong,
Kwang Hop, Ying and S deck.
From the Colonies, per S aZealandla,
31ar 04-4 steerage passengers for Hono
lulu. Iti transit 01 cabin and 10G steer
.CARGOES FI1QM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Leak 1,250 bgs sugar,
Schr Haleakala 1,151 bgs sugar.
Schr Lavinla 151 bgs rice.
Stmr Llkellke 7,51'J bags sugar, 50 sks
corn, lCli pkgs sundries.
The Japanese steamer Oml 3Iaru,
took 5" head of cattle to Yokohama.
The steamers Kilauea Hon and Lehua
are duo to-morrow,
The Hawaiian Hand will give a
public concert this afternoon at
Emma Square commencing at
4:90 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: March -Admiral Millocker
Polonaise Brilllanto Chopin
Selection Lucia Donizetti
Waltz Pamphlets Strauss
Polka Midnight Waldteufel
At 2 o'clock this a. in. the Zealan
dia was telephoned as eight miles oil'.
It was a mistake, but disturbed a
good many person's rest.
A joint meeting of the W. C. T.
U. and the Young 'Woman's Temper
ance Union will be held in the Mc
Inerny hall on Monday afternoon, at
At a meeting of Engine Co. No. 2,
held Wednesday evening, the matter
of disbanding the Volunteer boys
was discussed, but no action taken.
It is understood that Foreman llyan
disbanded the company this noon.
Aiiout one o'clock this afternoon a
small plush bag containing $50 in
money and about a hundred dollars
worth of jewelry, was stolen from
Gonsalvos photographic gallery. Two
Chinamen arc suspected as being the
AUCTION SALES OH MONDAY.
Ill" J. 1". MOIUJAN.
At 12 o'clock noon, at the old
Custom house wharfj fort' cords of
Tlio Zenlaurtin touched at TttlniU
March 1st. The Satnonu "Times"
which wai suppressed, resumed pub
lication February Dili. The I. K.
S. Vandalia had arrived at Apia and
the U. S. S. Trenton with Admiral
Kiniherly was daily cvpeetcd. The
vessels in the harbor were II. 13. M.
S. Cahopc, II. I. G. M. S.s Olga,
Adler and Flier, and (ho I J. S. S.a
Vtiiidalia and Nipsie.
A private letter received by a
gentleman in this ity 3aya iliut
everything was quiet in Apia, al
though it was repotted theto had
been heavy fighting at Tutuila. The
German man-of-wur Eber had gone
there to stop it. Sinco the change
of instructions to the German Con
sul at Apia, he had endeavored to
negotiate terms of peace with iUnta
afa, but. the latlor declined to have
anything to do with him until Ad
miral Kimlierly arrived ill the Tren
ton. The German Consul had left
Sir George Grey has said in a
speech tha', the eyes of the Austra
lian Colonics arc on America, as
the power to protect the interests of
the Anglo-Saxon race in the Pacific.
MAIL ToTsaS FHANGISGO.
The Zcalandia sails at 5 :30 o'clock
this evening for San Francisco, the
mail from the Post Olllce closing at
LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT.
The Y. M. C. A. hall was about
three parts full last evening, with an
audience assembled to hear the be
nefit concert for Messrs. Thrower
and Schmidt. A capital programme
had been prepared, which gave
much satisfaction to those present.
The concert was most enjoyable
Fi. M. S. ZEALANOIA.
The Oceanic Company's Royal
Mail. Steamer Zcalandia, anived
shortly after noon to-day from the
Colonies. Sailed from Sydney Feb.
20th, at 4:25 p. in., arrived at
Auckland on the 21th, at G:52 p.
in. Sailed on the 25th at 2 p. m.
Touched off Tutuila- March 1st at
12 :54 p. m. The Zcalandia brings
4 steerage passengers for Honolulu,
and has 04 cabin and 100 steerage
passengers in transit. She has 20
tons of freight for Honolulu, and
180 tons for San Francisco. The
steamer sails at 5 :30 o'clock for San
PLAYING CHE FA.
The police made a raid on some
Chinese this morning on Smith
street, while playing a game of chc
fa. Quite a struggle ensued, during
which one of the otlicers was struck
over the eye by a Chinaman with a
stick, inflicting a wound directl'
over that organ. Four Chinese
wei e arrested.
NOV IS THIS FOR HIGH, 1892?
President Elliott of Harvard Col
lege, Mass., says that Mr. Cleve
land vill be the presidential nom
inee in 1802, and will sweep the
country upon the reform issues of
which he is the bravest exponent on
the continent. The City Argus.
San Francisco, Cal.
THE CAMERA CLUB.
A meeting of the Hawaiian Cam
era Club was held last evening,
the vice-president, Mr. Geo. W.
Smith in the chair. Six new mem
bers were elected. Dr. F. R. Day
read a very interesting paper on
ASAM0AI1 TREATY ON FILE.
During Grant's first administra
tion W. II. Webb, the ship-owner
and builder, who was running a line
of steamships between San Francisco
and Australia, visited the island of
Samoa, and was so impressed with
the importance of establishing a
coaling-station there that he made a
careful examination of the port of
Pango Paugo, and alter waul sent
one of his most trusted captains
there, who called the chiefs together
and drew up a treaty by which the
United States was granted the pri
vilege of establishing a coaling-station,
upon the sole condition that
the American Hag was to be hoisted
and kept Hying at the port of Pango
Pango. This treaty was forwarded
to the State Department. No notice
was taken of it and it was merely
A TREAT IN STORE.
On Monday night the Band will
give a concert at Emma Square
when bandmaster liergcr will intro
duce two new pieces. One is
"Echoes of the Forest," by lliedcl,
- in which the bird whistle, cuckoo
and quail will be hoard. Tho other
is "A Comical Contest" by God
frey. This last piece will, no
doubt be a great attraction and
cause roars of laughter. Following
is a description of it: The band
tunes up Principal performers try
their respective instruments Com
petitors assemble to draw for tho
order of playing Holes read out by
the manager (Signor Trombono)
The performer causing most laugh
ter to take the prize Judges pre
pare their papers The contest com
mences, the competitors being
Messrs. Clarinelto, Cornelti, Picco
lini, Euphonio, Clarinetto Junr., and
Fagotti The judges lake notes
after each variation Jealousy of
the drummers Unexpected result,
tho prize being awarded to the bass
drummer, his performanc having
produced tho greatest hilarity
Termination of the conte&l.
WRECKED AT APIA.
On board the Zcalandia is Capt.
Colly and seven of the crew of the
American barkentine Constitution,
which was wrecked at Apia. The
vessel had arrived from San Fran
cisco and at the tunc was discharg
ing her cargo. On February 13th
her anchors dragged and she
swung round to the reef stem on
which she struck heavily, carrying
part of her stern away. She swung
back again and in about a quarter
of an hour went broadside on the
reef and sunk.
GENUINE NU HOU.
By the Australia last week the
"Pantheon" received a barrel of
draught Lager from the celebrated
"Burgeliches Brewery" (established
1842) of Pllsen, Germany, whieh
came all the way on ice to San
Francisco. This is a new depar
ture for San Francisco to get
draught beer from Germany, and
it seems that Honolulu is not to be
"left" in the matter of keeping up
with it3 Pacific Coast neighbors..
Wo understand that this beer wilj
be dispensed to the patrons of the
Pantheon this afternoon and
Editor Bulletin: Your issue
last evening contains a resolution of
St. Andrew's Church Association,
regretting certain action of the pre
sent Board of Trustees.
As the action referred to was
taken by the old board nt the meet
ing held Jan. 21st, which after de
liberation refused to confirm the so
called provisional arraugemeut, time
must run backwards if the board as
reconstituted on Feb. 10, is to be
censured for not considering a ques
tion which ha been disponed of a
month before. But tlieu water ran
up hill in the fable of the welf and
Your obed't servant,
President Board of Trustees.
Iolani College, March 9th.
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V3BKIP&1S I6 FASSIONT.
Corner of Hotel & Fort Streets.
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE FOR 30 DAYS ONLY !
I hereby beg to inform tho general p.iWic that during my Clearance Sale large inducements will bp offered,
and immense reductions are made in every depnrliuenl.
in Embreideriss and Laces of
The Entire Stock will be offered in that Department at Coat.
isses & Chiidrens Rflusiin Underwear ! ,
Will be offered at a great sacrifice. 1 call particular attention that every article must hi
closed out in that department. Immense bargains are offered in
Late Mu eii Crctoiss, etc., otc, etc """'' c""--' f Mis Dresses, Lace Sais, sin fioisls, elc.
Of every description will bo closed out. Kid Gloves ."0e tt pair ; Silk Gloves & Mitts greatly reduced.
Parasols, pricos cut in half; Extreme bargains in Table Linen & Napkins.
$jg2 A Large Renmant Table Every Bay of our Clearing Sale -H
Mosqiiito Nollings reduced to $2. 25 a piece ; Try our prices in White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Perceles,
fast colors; Calicos, Seerauckurs, White -Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
Sateen es fc Satins reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35c yard; immense
reduction in Black Cassemeres. My entire stock of
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES !
Will he closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
J-GOODSi SOLD JTOI5, CASH O IS JOY DURING 'JLTIE SiVLE-5
175 1m S. EHRLiCH, Proprietor.
Sammary of iko Forty-MrUi Aiimil Ipr
tlolfllf I lira iBaSTs&B Pa
75 & 77 Fori St EOAX & CO Honolulu, II. I.
BUSINESS OF 1S88.
Premiums $21,1 27, .'90.75
lntorofit, Kent, otc , -1 ,f7.1,(!i2.08
Total Income .25,-101,282.8:5
Death-claims unil Endowments
Dividends, Annuities ;ind I'urcluised lusunmcus.
Tottil to Polioy-holduiB.
Ntw Policies Tysucd
2ew liHur;tnco Written. . ,
CONDITION JAN. 1, 1889.
French, Enlisli ai American Dry ai Fancy Goods !
.'VI no, XTine CiiKtoiii-intido Clotliinjj',
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
XJell 'AVloplio". "0
-tSBBSxf Xutiuil Tvlliouc, tiTX
i DivUiblo Surplus, Co.'s New Standard
i routine "
LIABILITIES, Xevr State Stiuidiml (-1 per crnt). . .
fUKPLUS, by New Stale Standard (-1 per cent). . . .
Policies in force . . ;
i nuurttnee in l'orce
if -11 9,880,505.00
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on band and For Sale a Full Assortment of-
PROGRESS IN 1888.
Increase in Interest $ 5Q7,75S.G8
Ineic-uoij in Henefitu to Policy-holder. . . , 1,1:17,859.2(1
Increase in S niilus for Dividends , 1,05:1,200.91
lncnwo in l'.-cmiums 2,810,7:j.7.O:5
lncioaso in Total Incomes. . , :i,318,195.71
lnorciso in Assets 10,JOO,:M0.70
Increase in Insurance Written 18,270,1:10.00
Increase in limirancc in Force 00,950,909.00
Exclusive of the amount apeciolly reserved aa a contingent liability to
Tontine Dividend Fund.
j Over and above a -1 per cent, reserve on existing policies of that clacp.
Tlu New Tork Lifo inaucs a greater variety of policies than any other
life company, thereby adapting its contract! to the largef-t number of people.
It ban lately porlceted a Mortuary Dividend system, under which many of
iU policies are issued with guaranteed return of all premiums paid, in addi
tion to the face of tho policy, in cane of death during a Mp-viiicd period.
The returns on the New York Life's Tontine I'olieien that have matured
have been laizer than those of any other company, eoinpiiiiMni lining made
liotw.'on jjuliciiM taken at same age and premium rate, and running through
the naine peiiod oi time.
'I lie pi'lieies of the New York Life, an now i-rtied, iii notably free from
' rnf-lribiionri a to occupation, re&idenco and (ravii, ami elaiuib .we paid upon
receipt and approval by tho Company of satiteaclory pivoft of b ;itls.
In connection with theso statements of the priueipl'., eiii-tm mid mic
ctb of tho New York Life, wo give herewith ligurec allowing the average
yc.uly bu-ine.s done during live periods covering the Company's entire hio-j
loiy, ami the condition of the Company at (lie end ol en eh period. These
Hgtirc!- bhow a growth as marvelous as it has been continuous, and a present
lilrength and volume of business that furnish the in.r'v simple gitaiautecb to
INSURANCE WRITTEN & INSURANCE IN FORCE.
YOUNO German Voinnn wir-ts a
position i:a limifk-'jicr, neamtiM
or inlants nurtu. Address "A, h.,"
B 'IMTIN OlUce. 1U!I Ul
SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS.
wu'oiti: mcKi:itroK j.
Satukiuy, Mur. Otli.
Kanakamil vs. V. L. Leslie. As
sumpsit 81,500 and interest from
April 28, 1880. Defendant's mo
tion to allow his bill of exceptions.
Heard ami exceptions allowed. W.
O. Smith for plaintiff ; A. Rosa for
UKKOltK JUDl), c. J.
In probate. In re guardianship
of Zakariah Ktumum, a minor. Peti
tion of J. Mcemano to bo appointed
guardian. Ordered that Daniel
Woodward be appointed guardian to
act under $100 bond.
U. S. Consul O. V. Griniu of
Sydney, is a through passenger on
Prof. F. M. "Webster of the U. S.
Department of Agriculture who has
been on a professional inspection of
tho Australian methods of cultiva
tion, soil, etc., is a through passen
ger on Ihey.ealandia.
Purser Geo. McLanc of the Zeal
amlia, has our thanks fer late Colo
nial papers and other news favors.
Hon. W. Clark, a well known
Sydney politician, is on the Zcalan
dia, bound for Kurope.
lions. G, and A. Somerset, two
British olllecrs who have been doing
Australia, are passengers on the
Zcalandia en route for home.
WMJii. in. il MM. HUH. I
Satuiidav, March 9th.
Hans llraclc charged with forging
a postal order, was committed for
trial to the Supreme Court.
Daniel, charged with attomptod
arson, was also committed to the
Kawahia, a boy who was charged
with malicious injury, was commit
ted to the lleformatory school,
tho A.on's for their
to eml to
now purcluhc through ilckeis a' the
olllce of I lie uiiricrKigucdi, ul the follow,
Floicu to Honolulu ) c,.,7 0-.
Fayal " 1,l7 "'
Tneelra " i
St. Miclmolit " $101) 25.
St. George "
TicUeta (do Usued through to Azores
fiom Honolulu Kpeeial nite... for clill.
drt'ii under l!i veiiM of huh.
J. E. IJROWN & CO.,
Agcnls Hurllimioii Kouic, K. 1'., and
Unite. 1 Slates A.nrinn l'ackul Line.
ELECTION ol' OIWIO'JOZIS.
lSJ5-ia59, 15 yeai-H.,
iSCO-1809, 10 yearn.,
1S7U-1679, W yeaiB.,
5 yours. .
1 yearn .
, .. . 90,807,19:1...
Koii-e, Lnd of
. .!? 15,281,718
. . 2U9,;i?2,5K(i
PREMIUMS RECEIVED. AMOUNTS PAID POLICY-HOLDERS.
Average Amount Average Ain't
l'oriod of Premiums Paid Policy-
Dates liiclttfcivu. Heccivcd Yearly. .hul.li- , Yearly.
15-1859, 15 yearn..
1S00-1809, 10 years 2,120,071.11 958,759 27
1870-1879, 10 Tear 0,OM,812,k9 .J,059,8!I9.09
18h0-18bl, 5 yearn 9,21:1,501.18 5,8.17,27:1.31
186.j-1?8S, -1 years 10,900,1 IMS 8,951,:il(i.l7
DEATH-CLAIMS PAID AND RECEIPTS FROM INTEREST.
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Case;
COrJ?02: ituxa IRISH WHISKY,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine it Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted;
CEES, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Olil 'X'oni Gin, Bent JL5i-nml in tlie 3Iu.rlcet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Hulk and Case. All Hni'mln of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In 1'inU and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
UitlorH, Liquors Ab.sintho,
Apollinuvi Water, Kuminols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Ziiiiaiulol, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Tort, Sliorry, Ilioslin, Hock.s, Etc., Etc.
0T All of whieh will be cold AT LOWEST HATES by
AT the annua! ineetlnu of tlio thick,
t older. ot Hie Pvople'd Ice & He.
frigerator Co. held tlilsO.iy, tin- follow,
ing named jiermr.a were clcetwl .ia olll
cors for the ensuing year:
J K. Wilder IVBidciit,
W.W. Hall Ylce.Pie?l(l-nt,
W. E. Eoatur Secretin v,
W. E Wall Trtjpurer,
W. O. Smith Auditor.
The above named olllcers ecintitutu a
Hoard of Director'.
W. 15. FOR IE B,
Stcrli. '. ). ( li, t.'o.
Honolulu, Mu li .', i-:,.i. Jr-oaw
JOB PRINTING Ttdl kihTlu exe.
cutcd at the -Daily Bulletin" Olllce.
18'iri-lfiftU, 15 y.ars.
1800-180!), 10 yeiu..
1870-iS7'., 10 yeartj.
J3S0-18S1, fi years.,
1885-1688, -1 years.,
.$ 10S.122.02 if 37,100.11
. 1,189,027. 10 1,580,2!)!)..12
. 2,011(0'.)0.95 2,010,(510.02
. :,52 1,298,0 J 3,790,299.30
ASSETS & SURPLUS AT VARIOUS DATES.
Number and Date.
IjUi Koimrt, Jan., 1800
2'ith liujioit, Jan., 1870
No Estimate) by
NOTICE of IlfiAIOVAL.
DK. A. 11. HOW AT, Vcterinery Sur
eouii, 1ih moved bin olllce to the
lliiwuiif.il llotil Slu 1)1 cd, corner of Hotel
nail Hiebard streets. Mutual 'l'eleplionu
351. ls!) lw
PASTURE for HOUSE
AT Halekou, Ktincohn, Ivoolaupoko,
bV.I acres o( good pasture lami, nil
eaeloacd titcaty of water. App'y to
Cliiulcs I. iliruiii, al the KIuk'h Btiiblub,
Honolulu, or at llniukou. teb-L'8 8U.ly
TITH3. MONHOE, luilles' nurse, has
XIX removed to I'n. It, KuUui Jane.
35th (te port, Jan., 1 880 38,990,952.(511 7,088,5 17.40
40th J tort Jim., 1885 59,233,753.57 9,89(5,573,10
4,1111 Ho port .Jan., 1889 93,480,18(5.55 13,500,000.00
193 2w 7'J 2t
Op O. SERGER,
Qeaer.il AgonU Hawaiian lulands,
,1 HS. 8TEVENSOK,
and IuiIIuh' mute. Te-ihnoalaU
vars cNpcrleucii at Uauuii I liar.
lotto Lylte.lii.llos iu.l, l.uadun. Other
Isluadu mil nbjetuI to, Kctdilcncc,
"Jonluii iloube," cehool street. P. O.
Uox 475 ; Mutuul Tele. 8711. 170 Um
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
Imvu just recuiveil e Ausiralia
another lot of tliai " PHILADELPHIA
LAUKK HEI.K" in kegi, which ihcy
arc oH'cfhig to their customer. 100 lw
17OIt a plantutlon, a steady, well. re.
. coiuinendcd and eupuble man.
THEO. II. DAVIES & CX).
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of stack,
holders of the lntcr.lland Steam
Navig'iUnu Co., held ou the 5th hut.
the fulluwini: iiiliccru and directors vrero
reelected for the riiauing year, yiz;
T. It, Foster ...President
W. H. Godfrey 'lce.Preaidrut
J. Knfl Secretary
w. II. McLean .Tieaaurer
P. O. Jones Auditor
T. H. Foster. G. X. Wilcox, W. B. God.
frey and J. Kim.
Secretary I. 1. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, March U, 1880. 101 8t
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