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ittfcp .j...ii MMJMWuAsti&tiitefi
TUESDAY, MARCH 12, IK89.
Stmr W G llnll from Hawaii nml Maul
fclir nrah & Eliza In m Koolau
Sehr i. cola fiuin ool.iu
Miur J.ih Makcc for Karma, at 5 p m
iitiiir Mlkabala lor Kauai at C p in
bclir Lukii for Kuliala
Stmr L u.i Tor Hawaii ut 4
Stmr Iwnlatil for Laluilna ami Ilatna-
kim ut 8 a in
Sehr Kawallsun for ICoolau
stuir Kuala for alaluauiid Waliiuacitt
U it in
Stmr Lull mi for Ilniiiakua and Illlo ports
at 4 t in
htmr ullauca Hon for Hawaii at 1
From Maul and Hawaii per stmr W
G Hull, Mnr 12-11 A Smith mid four
daughters, Mro Ymuiff. 11 K Jones, Itcv
S K Bishop, Mrs W L Kuy, 11 Vullcn
tlne,llr Oleson, K Okuu. Mis J Aca, 0
Ako and 07 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
W O Hall 2094 bim-- sugar, 111 hags
awa, o!) bags coffee, 7 pkgs hides,
1 horse and 74 pkjjs sundaes.
Tho BritUli hark Velocity anlvcd
yesterday, GO days fiom Hongkong,
with 900 tonsgenoral merchandise con
signed to lug Wo ' 'linn & Co, and 2i
Chinese pass.'iigers ineliuliiig 15 women.
The Am schooner Anna left Kahuliii,
War 0, with u full caigo of sugar for
The brig Consuclo anlvcd at Kahu
ltii on Saturday, from Han Francisco
with a general eaigo, including s.'5 bbls
flour, UU9 etls barley. 310 sks bran, 01!)
llis bread, 1,072 lbs butter, etc.
'' ' '
The Hawaiian Hand will give a
public conceit this evening at
the Hawaiian Hotel commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
Overture- Light i 'avalry Snppe
istreu- II Troratoic Vordl
Waif -Hlf Danube Strauss
ai'l etlon Marlt.ma Wallace
Hoolnsiin, llilo Kiipi Lokc, Oiwi Xani.
Reminiscences of Bellini Go-Urey
Fantasia Echoes oi the Foiest..Hiedel
Hurlefeiple A Comical ' ontcst .Godfrey
Mi dley I'le.isaut Memories . ..Beyer
IN BANCO BEFORE TI1E FUM. COUIIT.
Monday, March 11th.
4. Mrs. U. Sherman vs. Fred.
Harrison, administrator estate of
Samuel Harrison, deceased, assump
sit. Exceptions from decision of
Bickerton J. in favor of plaintiff.
Argued and submitted.
5. The King vs. Naoiwi, larceny.
Appeal from Preston J., sitting as
appellate Court in Chambers to hear
appeal from District Court of Waia
lua. No appearance of defendant
or surety.' Bond declared forfeited.
fi. Robeit Ilalstead vs. James
Gay, trespass. Appeal from Preston
J., sitting as appellate Court in
Chambers to hear appeal from Police
Court of Honolulu. Argued and
Tuesday, March 11th.
The defendant in case No. fi ap
peared and giving a satisfactory
reason for not being present the
previous claj', the order for forfeit
ure of his bond was revoked, and
the case placed at the foot of the
7. J. K. Nalialc and 71 others
vs. Chas. Kaiaiki. Bill in equity to
declare and execute a trust. Ap
peal from decree of McCully J.,
dismissing tho bill. Being heard.
The following cases have been
added to the calendar.
12. Trustees Bishop estate ys.Tax
Collector. Exceptions from deci
sion of Bickerton J. A. S. Hartwcll
for plaintiffs, appellants; Attorney
General for defendant.
13. Kanakanui,adininistrator Kaai
estate vs. P. L. Leslie. Assumpsit.
Exceptions from January term.
Smith and Achi for plaintiff ; Neu
mann and Rosa for defendant, ap
pellant. at ciuiinmts ui'.fonr. dole, j.
Bankruptcy of Simpson Decker
of Wniluku, Maui. Petition of
Hon. V. C. Parke, assignee for dis
charge. Ordered that upon assignee
tiling receipts of creditors for llnal
dividend liu be dibcharged, and his
bond cancelled. Ausiguee in per-
A YEARLY STATEMENT.
On tho hi at pago will ho found tho
statement of. the Mutual Life Insur
ance Company of Wow York, for tho
yo.ir 1388. There uro soino pretty tall
liguies in the statement which should
be carefully peiused by those intend
ing to Hisuio. The attractive fea
tures of this old established company
are that experience has shown that as
iv puiely financial investment tho
results cannot bo surpabsed by any
other safe method j it has already
paid over $270,000,000 to policy-holders
j there is no danger of tho policy
being forfeited; tho moment tho
policy is deliveied tho company is
liable, and is able and willing to meet
tho obligation, Tho general agent
.for tho Hawaiian Islands is Mr. S.
i HE. WritKLY BULLETIN
1 . I. ! .i. s, puiei locul iiiulter
Mailed to luicjgu countries, $6 per
5'JUAi. & GENERAL HEWS.
Hart & Co. keep Taffy.
A ooi.n wnlcli has boon lost.
A OAitntAUi: horbo is wanted.
Next Sunday will bo St. Patricks
day in tho morning.
A LAiioi: number of passengers
leave on tho Australia on Thursday.
A Eiikkcii bark was to nail from
Hongkong for Honolulu, soon after
Five passengers returned from the
Volcano this morning, by the W. G.
Hall, much pleased with tho trip.
Duuino the voyage of tho Velocity
from Hongkong, n Chinese eailor,Ala
Mo, fell from aloft and was di owned.
Mil. McQueen bus withdrawn from
tho (haying business of McGuiro and
McQueen. Mr. MeGuiie continues
Tin: Hawaiian band will give u
public concert at the Hawaiian Ho
tol this evening, for which u capital
programme has been arranged.
Tin: "Paradise of the Pacilic" will
bo out early to-morrow morning.
Copies at the hookbtores and J. J.
Williams' photographic gallery.
A vkhy neat souvenir list of tho
Raymond & Whitcomb excursion
parly has been issued by Henry C.
Lyon, in charge of tho excursion.
Messiis. Wonner it Co., tho jewel
ers, have just finished a very hand
bonio cano of kauwila wood with a
solid silver head, and no better work
manship could bo seen anywhere.
The cane is going abroad.
Under the law "to uinond and
regulate the law relating to the ap
pointment and tenure of ollico of tax
assessors and tax collectors," Mr. C.
A. Brown has been appointed asscs
soi for the island of O.ihu.
MKbMis .T. L. Richard. If. W.
Paiki r, 11 P. Ray and It. P llilliaid
of the Raymond & Whiteoi d elu
sion paity, went to Wainiau this
morning, on horseback, .it b .nvilu
lion of Hun. J. A. Cumminb.
Mn. A. J. Carlwriyhthasoncof tl e
neatest and best arranged oflicea in
town. Tho lloor is covered with oil
cloth, black and white pattern, while
the desks and furnituie and fittings
aio in extremely good taste. Call hi
and see for yourselves.
A jt 4N named Frank Fisher was
ehaiged in the Police Court this
morning with being found in a, dwelling-house
without lawful exuubc and
also for assault and battery on a Mrs.
Knurk. He pleaded not guilty to
both charges and was remanded un
We publibh in this issue some ad
ditional extracts from M. Thorn -son's
Digest of Hawaiian Supicmc
Court Decisions. Tho plan of the
work is all that could be desired and
when completed and published, it
will enable the layman, as well as
the lawyer, to icadily see and under
stand any point of law decided by
tho Court, and also many points of
piactice and pleading.
ii i j
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Public Band Concert, at the Ha
waiian Hotel, at 7:30.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1. O. O.
Drill Co. B Honolulu Rifles, at
Court Lunalilo No. GG00 A. O. F.
Geo. W. De Long Post G. A. R.
W. G. HALL
The steamer W. G. Hall arrived
early this morning from the Volcano
and windward ports. Purser Si
monson reports fine weather during
the trip ; volcano very active j dry
weather at Komi and Kau.
This noon by older of the Trustees
of His Majesty's estate, the Leilehua
ranch, on this island, was ofl'ercd at
public auction by Mr. .1. F. Morgan,
at his salesroom. There was a very
largo attendance. Mr. Paul Isen
berg offered $-11,000, but Hon. J. I.
Dowsett wont to $11,500, at which
fig tiro it was sold to him.
The McCandlcss Bros, have com
pleted the St. Agues well, having
gone to a depth of 370 fee t with a
10-inch flow of water. It is the
largest well on the island?. Thoy
are boring a well for Gutp'ii Sylva,
at Waia ua. A depth ot -10u feet
has been reached and water is ex
pcntul in a day or so.
WRECKED AT POHAPE.
Among the passengers bi ought by
tho "Moining Star" from the Bouth
Seas was Captain Gifl'ard and mato
of tho Biitish barkeutino Champion,
Tho vowel was chiii teicd by San Fran
cisco parties. She was at Ponapo in
October and was coming out of tho
harbor with a full cargo when shu
wont ushoio and became a total loss.
Tho crow went to Manila on a Span
The Bulletin Weekly Summary is
out to-day with n very full resume of
local and Ulaud news, contained in
thiity-two colunins. Amongst other
things is tho only complete account
of tho Teuney-Makeo wedding, and
tho presentation of tourists to tho
Jvii'i.'. Ho 8u"e uim" send u copy to
youi friends, as tin re is nothing eluo
liko it published foi information
concerning tho islands,
DAILY mJLLBMff: HONOfcUMJ, HM UWfif&ikWfr
At the meeting of the Pionrer
Club held last Fiiduy evening, Mr.
Hnny Webb lesigucd the presidency
and L. M. Toussaint was elected to
fill tho acanoy. Tho other olllcors
remain u befoie. "Nellio" was
elected an honorary member. Many
communications, touching tho object
of tho club woio laid befoio tho meet
ing. On motion it was decided that
as tho object of the club was secret,
it would bo against tho constitution
to answer the letters. After
routine business', the club adjourned
to indulge inthe .usual, weekly, ,.b.at:,
qiict, now famous for "its good fellow
ship and congeniality.
SIR GEORCE GREY'S OPINION .
On January 31st Sir George Grey
called at the ollico of the New Zeal
and "Herald" at Auckland, and on
being asked what course he thought
New Zealand would take in Saiuoan
affairs inid: "1 think our course
should be to represent to the Im
perial authorities Unit it is a very
dangerous thing for the English
Government to encourage foreign
nations to come to the Pacific and
declare sovereignty over various
islands, Great Britain bartering her
rights hero for interests nearer
home. It would be far preferable
to leave each of these island groups
with independent governments, settl
ing all disputes among themselves
by atbitration, and guided, if neces
sary, by a commission of foreign
Powers. Tho result of allowing
them to l cmain independent would
be that wars between European
Powers would not necessitate con
flicts being carried on in every part
of tho Pacific Ocean, to the injury
of an innocent people who have no
interest in the dispute, and to the
great damage of Great Britain and
the Colonics. It is clear that Am
erica is aiming at this line ot policy,
annexing none of thcbc islands her
self, and doing her utmost to pic
serve 'the peace of tfce Pacific'
This, also, is certain to be the po
licy in all the KnglUh possessions in
this pait of the world. America
will eventually become the hadcr of
the Anglo-Saxon race, and will dis
place England fiom the position she
now nolits. Main eyes in tins part
of the woild are already being turn
ed towards Aineiicu as the Power
that is likely to preserve the inter
ests of the Anglo-Saxon race in the
Pacific, without herself annexing
anything or allowing foreigners to
do so. This has also been our aim.
The object of the Now Zealand Gov
ernment for many years has been
to keep the Anlo-Saxon race alone
in the possession of the Pacific. Her
interest in Samoa was not from a
desire to gain anythiug for herself,
but simply to prevent this part of
the world from becoming mixed up
in every European quarrel." Sir
George went on to say that he
thought it would be possible for
New Zealand to act as mediator be
tween the two native parties at Sa
moa, and settle the dispute. "If
New Zealand," he said, "could re
concile the two Samoan parties, 3he
would accomplish a very great
After some further conversation,
Sir George said, "I look upon this
as the most important t 'jing that h: I
taken place in my lifetime, as it is
clear that the centre of power
amongst the Anglo-Saxon race is
shifting to Ameiica, as the centre of
population has already done. It is
therefore clearly unwise of England
to neglect her interests in such a
time of emergency. None of us re
quire a standing army at present as
we have no disputed boundaries or
threatening neighbors, and the
United Slates is in the same posi
tion. Consequently the whole reve
nue of a people so circumstanced
could be devoted solely to the main
tenance of a navy which would make
the Anglo-Saxon race the absolute
masters of the world."
Monday, March 11th.
Three Chinese forfeited $10 each
B. Peterson was fined $2 and Ah
Six drunks had each to pay the
usual $G for drunkenness.
N. Peterson for violating tho ex
press regulations wan lined $3,
Tuesday, March HJtli.
Kahelo chaigcd with buiglary and
hotiscbieakiug was remanded to tho
Ah Lo chaigcd with di'buitiiig and
neglecting to maintain his wife, was
Other vnt-cfi wok remanded.
I i i. ia up. .11,1 iui a
Kotlccs undi r Vli lutul v ri riieil 10 rente
per linefvr the first Inwrttun, unit G c nH per tine
every ailitltlonal liis.rtUm,
rPAFFY " Mif h 1 i liu c-nuino
1 Old fill lilOl'Xl 4'tlu'O III lUfllil'MIB
Ib now for sale hi the o Ouiny Fac.
Kry of Han & Co., Uiuuim' nick,
lloi.-l -uci'i. 111,'j :'t
NY person found reppacsliig or
sliootl gnu l lie nuiilUUOU lauds
will be iiioscciucd.
1701m ROIU.RT LIS1IMAX.
yiv a V IjAP.iJK and Cnmforliihlo
jftj-fpasi i- IIoumi on l'unuhbiiwl
HliiiV" ""' '- l"-'i"ien l'alticu Walk
.mil licifuula xtrcot Apply to
Du. J. S. JUeailEW,
170 If noirl Blrci-f.
rpiIE Mclnerny Hull. Ap-
- piy to
Oor, Fort Si Morchaut tti.
A " 'iSNQ
GREAT CLEAEAICE BALE YOli 30 DATS OJLY !
I hereby beg to inform tho general public that during my Clearance Sale large inducements will be offered,
and immense reductions are made in every department.
Oreat Reduction in Embroideries and Laces of ail descriptions !
The Entire Stock will bo offered in that Department at Cost.
Ladies, Misses & Chiidfi-ens IVIuslin Underwear !
"Will be offered at a great sacrifice. I call particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains are offered in
Lace CM sill Cretonnes, ntc, etc., etc. "" ''""-";,, Wnite Dresses, Lace Cans, Snn Bonnets, etc.
Of every description will bo closed out. Kid Gloves 50c a pair ; Silk Gloves & Mitts greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half ; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen & Napkins.
A Large Remnant Table Every Day of our Clearing Sale i82
Mosquito Settings reduced to $2 25 a piece; Try our prices in "White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Perceles,
fast colors ; Calicos, Seersuckers, 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' & CIULDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES !
"Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
CorGOOJD.S .-,OJL,D FOl CJ VWU ONLY DURING 'X'HK fcSATlS-Qtt
175 1m S. EHRLICM. Proprietor.
t itt fi i moa jLm"oayv (wwumuimvwui
SinuirT iif 1 FortF
Intcicst, Hunts, etc
Dcuth-clniins and Endowments
Dividends, AmuiUic;- nncl Purchased
Now Policies Issued
Now lnsuiiince Written
Divisiblo Surplus, Co.'s New Standard
lew York Life Insurance lo
LIABILITIES, New State Standard (4 per cent). .
SURPLUS, by New State Standard (-1 per cent). .
Policies in Force
Insurance in FVnco
PROGRESS IN 1888.
Incrcai" in Interest
Inuiousf in Benefits to Policy-holders.
IncTcntsU in Surplus for Dividends. . . .
Increase in Premiums
Increase in Total Incomes
Incicasc in AbsoIw
Increase in Insurance Written
Increase in Insurance in Force
Exclusive of the amount specially reserved as a contingent liability to
Tontine Dividend Fund.
f Over and above a 4 per cent, reserve on exittin polioi- s of that eln..
Tin' New Yoik Life iasuen a ,'ie.iter variety of pwlicie-j tli.ui .myotlitr
life company, thereby adapting its contracts to tlif l.ir'i"! iinmbei .4 people.
It lin. lately perfected Mnrtu.iry Dividend syMom, nudi t which many of
its pohuies art? ifMicd with guaranteed return of nil pit'iiiiiinih paid, m addi
tion to the face of the policy, in case of death dm in,; a i.p"i-iiii'd puiod.
'1 Ii" returns on ihe New Yoik Life's Tontine Puliciin that have matured
have bein l.injer tluu thoo of any other company, i-tmipuiMm beinp; made
between policies taken at tame atfo nnd picmium rate, and ni.ii)inb' through
the fe.imo peiiod of time.
The policies of the New York Lifo, aB now ieeiii'd, me notably fiee fiom
restrictions as to occupation, residence and travel, and claims aie jmid upon
icccipt, and approval by the Company of satisfaetoiy pn.of of death.
In connection with these statements of tho piinciples, cu-tntu and suc
cess of tho New York Life, wo give hetuwilli fijjuici, thowin;; tin- iivomgo
yeiuly biibincis dono during five periods covering, the Ooinjimy's entile his
tory, and tho condition of the Company at the end of each period. Those
figures show a growth as marvelous as it has been continuous, and a pieacut
strength and volume of business that fuinish the nmst ampin giuianloi h to
INSURANCE WRITTEN & INSURANCE IN FORCE.
Period of lnsuiiince
Dates Inclusive. Written Yearly.
1845-1859, 15 vears $ 2.181,501. . .
1800-1809,10 years , 10,519,701 ..,
1870-1879, 10 years 22,250,98 1 . . ,
1880-1V8I, 5 yoars
1885-1888, 4 years 9(5,307,193 419,880,505
PREMIUMS RECEIVED & AMOUNTS PAID POLICY-HOLDERS.
1815-1859, 15 years...
1800-1809, 10 yeais ..
1 870-1 b79. 10 vearrt. .
1880-1881, 5 v.mih...
1885-1888, 4 vears...
DEATH-CLAIMS PAID AND RECEIPTS FROM INTEREST.
Aversion Amount Average Ain't
Period Paid Yearly Itcceivcd Yeaily
Dates lucliitive. in Death-olaims. in Interest,
1815-1859, 15 yen ib $ 108,122.02 $ 37,100,14
1800-1809, 10 . years -118,551.23 3 17,089.03
1870-1879, 10 years 1,489,027.10 1,580,299.42
1880-1881, 5 years 2,011,090.95 2,010,010.02
1885-1888, 4 years 3,521,298.03 3,790,299.30
ASSETS & SURPLUS AT VARIOUS DATES.
Nuinbur and Date.
lfith Keport, Jan., 18C0 $
2.r)th lienor!, Jim., 1870...,
!!5th llejinrt, Jan., 1880, . , ,
lOtli lleport, Jttii., 1885...,
llllillonoit, Jan., 1889
103 2v 70 St
i a .iirustf.-
-1 r - r ii i- mi.i nrrMJ.iii imuhii'Iii
Corner of Hotel
- foirln Annual Returi
SrT.,.1 2.1,920. 7S
JAN. 1, 1889.
Foice, End of
..$ 15,2c" J, 71 8
... 9,213,50148 .,
... 10,900,113.38 .
INo Kuliiuato by
. . . . sp 2,300,225.21
59,283,75:1.57 . ,
Qoucrnl Agents Hawniinu Iulandi,
-w.Aasftj. "AtiUMtJsa,,. utoijJHtJ&k.j,i6ii; vJa. jafe..,.. jifijfajfcw 'tdtihtw i ?
& Fort Streets.
75 & 77 Fort; St EGrAN
FrencUnilisn ai American Dry and Fancy Goofls!
.A-Iho, JTiiio Cuwl om-iiiutle ClotHiiiy;,
Furnishing1 Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
Boll Telophoue, GO -& oQT
HAWAIIAN WINE GO
Ho. 24 Merchaut Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For Sale a Full Assortment of-
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, E.YE and MONONGAEELA,
In Hulk or Caxe;
SCOTCH and XI&ISIHL -WHISISIY,
In Olftss and Stone Jars;
Very Fine it Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted;
GUIS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(While or Black), also, STONE .ll'dS:
'Old Tom Gin, XSchI LSi-jnul in ilto Miirlcct;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Pints and Qtiartb;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitters. Ijiquors Absinthe,
Anollinsiri Wnter, Kummols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Ziiifumlol, Malugsi, Tokay, Madeira,
Porl, Sherry, Kicalhigr, Hocks, Etc., Etc.
g& All of which will hu sold AT LOWEST KATES by
i!170 tf Miumgor.
NOTICE of ItlSAHOVAJi.
DH. A. K. HOWAT, Yctcrluery Stir.
fnin. iu iii viil his uilleu in thn
Hawaii n lloicl Si iblus, lorner of Hutcl
o ii' 1 lliiiharil Btrcuts. Mutual Telepl.oau
aoi. it1.' i
PA ST U It 1$ for IIOKS13
T llalckou, Kunealiit, lCoolminoko,
brill lu'ri'rt of eooit p.iliiri! liinil, nil
enuloscd p'tniy ot water. App'y to
(Jhurlei. I lliiiini, nt tho Kin'b tiialilcs,
Honolulu, or at llalekou. ftb a8 bl) ly
US. MONltOU, ladleb' nureu. lm
rvmoved to .No. it, luikul lane.
US. STEVENSON, accoucheuse
and IikIIlV niiitii:. TcsllmonluU
qf iia yvn ra experience nt Queen Char
lotte Lyiiig.lri'llospitul, London. Oilier
IsluuiU not objected to. Residence,
"Jordan llouae." School street. V. ().
Uux470;MutualT6le.878, 170 8m
- T g
& CO Honolulu, H.I.
Mutual 'XViloplioue, 3T
ESSRS. DODD & MILLER
1TJL h.ivc jmt received et Australia
aiioiltei lot of tlmt " I'llILADBM'illA.
LAUEU liKhK" in Ucrm, whieli they
are otli'rliig to their eiuiomer. 190 lw
ITOH n plantntiou, u stonily, wcll-re-;
coiiiiiiended mid capnule man.
IBIltf T1IEO. II. DAVIKS & CO. .
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the utiiiuitl meuiiug of stick.
holdera nf the Iiuer-Ul-nd Bteatn
Nuvlgrtilon Co, held ou the 8th Inat.
the folloviluK ntllccrtt nml directors were
reulccttd for the ensuing year, yIz:
T. It. Foster I'resldent
W. 11. Godfrey Vice-President
J . Kim , Becrctary
W. II. McLcud Tieisurtr
1'. O, Jones..... ,.. Auditor
T. R. Foster, G. K. Wilcox, W. U. Gl.
frey and J. Enu.
Secretary I. I. S. N. Co.
Honilulu, Match tl, lbbO. 1V1 8t