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FRIDAY, MARCH 1. 1880.
Bg W Irwin from Sim Kr.ineijeo
Sclir Glcudalo from IHunbolili
Stmr C K Bishop fur H'nhinae. Walalua
ami Koohui at !) a tn
BtmrWG llall for Lahalna, Jlaal.tea,
Koun. ICti'i mill the Volcano at 10
o'clock a m
FromSnti 1-ranelseo per sclir Ko'ii
lhul, Jlnrl MrsliKvans
For Maul iiiul Hawaii per stmr W
Hull Mar lollls Ex .tonii AuMln, Goo
C Wlllliiiiw, J Emuieluth, !' May, 1C
Jones, .1 M Mel.ean. Mrs Addler. W
Kino, Mr Fuller. Mrs WclK M. Aboel,
.1 II Walpiillanl and duel:.
Krotn S.-i n l-'ranelseo pur V G Irwin,
Mar lo K II Smiley, X Andicws, W G
Kumlcl. Miss AMcusiolu.
The brlji W G Irwin, Captain Mu
Cullocli. came Into port tills morning.
She left San Krimei'uo on Feb Si. Had
outherly wind for tlic llrst four days;
;ht airs and ealim the live days fol
ding: V and S W gales from thence
ItTiin 24 hours of port; the last Ul
jiirs fresh trade winds; hove lo off
Wulklkl at 11! o'clock last niglit. On
1 the (ith lntant the Irwiu sighted the W
S llownc and during three days of calms
kept company, hut when the breeze
sprang up left the llownc behind. The
Irwin brings four cabin passengers, ten
mules, and a lino Maltce jack on deck
for Messrs Irwin & Co, and a full cargo
of general merchandise. The Irwin will
sail for San I'raneiseo about next Wed
nesday, with ii full cargo of domestic
The stmr Ewn brought 800 bnclis of
bananas from Ewa yesterday.
The stinrs Klnau, Likclikn and Moko
kolii are due to-morrow.
The Hawaiian "Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Thomuias Square commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: I'AKT I.
Waltz Morgcnbiatter. . . .
ltcniinisccnees of Verdi. . .
Hoolicuo, Ililo Kiipa Loke
. . . . Waguvr
Fantasia Forge in the r ore-t
Fantasia Echoes of the Forest.. Hit-del
Burlesque A Comical Contest. .Godfrey
Quadrille Bon .lour
A CUHI0DS ViLL.
The trial of the Iliram Barker
case, in which nearly $1,000,000 is
involved, began at Dover, N. II.,
February loth. Tho will provides
that Iliram Barker, son of the testa
tor, shall receive 5,000 yearly until
his deatli ; that if he keeps sober
ten years he can draw $250,000 at
the expiration of that period, and a
like amount on similar conditions at
the end of each succeeding ten
years. If he gets intoxicated once
he loses all. The son will try to
show that his father was insane ;
also that he was unduly influenced.
George N. Eastman of Concord, the
drafter of the will, testified to the.
drafting of the instrument and codi
cils in 18S5 and 18S0, and that Bar
ker was of sound mind at the time
he signed each, although partially
THE FIRST CASE OF ITS KIND.
In the Civil Court this morning
tho case of Ah Chee vs. J. II. Soper,
assumpsit for $14.35, was heard be
fore Police Justice Foster. The
plaintilf was arrested a short time
ago for having opium in possession.
lie claimed that the sum of $14.35
was taken from him at the time of his
arrest and had not been returned to
him. Col. V. V. Ash ford who ap
peared for plaintiff, in opening, raid
the amount was a small one, but it
was in the interest of his client to
found out whether the practice in
dulged in of taking mono' from ar
rested persons was lawful. It trans
pired during the evidence for tho
plaintiff that Ah Cliec offered the
money to a police olllcer as a bribe
to let him go. The money was re
tained as evidence. Mr. Crcighton
who appeared for tho defendant
moved that judgment he entered for
him as the case lind not been proven.
The Court granted the motion.
SUPREME COUBT-AT CHAMBERS.
imroiti: juijii, o. ,i.
FitiDAY, March 15th.
In re estate D. Mannia, deceased.
Petition of Koliiaa for probate of
will. Ordered that will bo admitted
to probate, and Koliiaa appointed
administrator under $100 bond. W.
It. Castle for petitioner j Petitioner
Hawaiian Government vs. Frank
Brown et al. To establish a claim
for unpaid duties. Defendant's de
murrer is argued and decision re
served. Attorney-General O. Ar.
Ashford for plaintiff. Cecil Brown
and P. Neumann for defendants.
BKlOIti: lHCKCIlTON J.
M. W. McChesncy & Sons vs. A.
J. Cartwright et al., executors of
will of II. J. Hart. Assumpsit
$1012.92. Balance on purchase
Elite Ice Cream Parlors. Jury
waived January Term 1889. Heard
and written decision will be filed to
day for plaintiffs. Exeption's noted
and notico given of motion for new
trial. A. 8. llartwell for plaintiffs ;
W. K. Castlo for defendants.
:. .aiiAF"jijj-eiv."muiin i" ' 'i.'y-ium.uuuaLrpt
100AL ik CEHERAL HEWS.
Wiiiwcis the balloon?
l'unuc holiday to-morrow.
banks will bo closed lo-inor-
of Alnka.i eticct is
will bo issued al
A Mi Government
ollices will bo
Tr.Y the bill of faro at tho Club
llouro dining rooms, King street.
ExilinmoN of slock, horse races
and biubeouc at Kiipiolaui 1'nrk "
Tun Hawaiian band gives a moon
light concert nt Thomas Square this
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Academy
meeting announced for to-day has
Tin: second battalion of the Volun
teers will hereafter be known ay the
A sii:ciAii meeting of the Honolulu
Arion Society will be held this even
ing at the hull, at7:30 o'clock.
V compm'.i'k list of the donors of
prizes for the races to-morrow, will
appear on the race programme.
Tun Hawaiian Tramways Company
have a apecial notice in another
column lor to-morrow and Sunday.
At the seven o'clock service at St.
Andrew's Cathedral this evening
there will be a special Lenten ad
dress. Hack programmes can be had of
Mr. M. Goldberg, at his store, corner
of Merchant and Fort streets, free of
tho name of a new tonic. A dose
wouldn't do the editor of the 1'. C. A.
By older of the Trustees of His
Majesty estate, Mr. Ii. J. Levey will
sell u number of valuable horses,
marcH and oolts, on March 25th.
At the weekly meeting of the De
bating Club, last night, the importa
tion of material for public improve
ments was discusted. Two now mem
bers were added to the club. "Mar
riage is not a l'aiiuio" was tho sub
ject chosen for next debate.
Tin: Sydney Mail of February 0th,
gives a long account of a most bril
liant reception given by Mr. and Mrs.
A. llofl'iuing, at their residence, L.ir
berl, near Melbourne, in honor of
Mi. Frederic II. Cowon, the English
musician who conducted the Centen
nial Orchestra at the Melbourne Ex
hibition. Tin: "Sydney Herald" says: 31. M.
S. Cormorant, 0 guns, Commander
Jasper 33. T. Nicolls, which has serv
ed her three years' term of service on
the 1'acilic btalion, is to bo relieved
by the Acorn, 8, Commander William
33. B. Atkinson, at present serving on
tho Cape of Good Hope and West
Coast of Africa Stations.
Tin: Hawaiian Hotel cottage which
is now designated as "The IHowing
Cocoanut," was yesterday vacated by
the genial gentleman whose occu
pany led to its christening, and was
immediately after occupied by an
other. "The Flowing Cocoanut" will
"stick,'' although the cocoanut-fan-cier
has gone to bis home over the
EVEHTS Th!S EVENING.
Meeting Pioneer Club at usual
time and place.
Service at St. Andrew's Cathedral
at 7 p. m.
Polynesian Encampment IsTo. 1,
I. O. of O. F. at 7 ::J0.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
Hawaiian Tribe No.
M., at 7:30.
1, I. O. Jl.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Drill King's Own, at 7:30.
Special meeting Honolulu Arion
Society at 7:30.
Musieale at Oaliu College at 7:30.
The Itoynl Mail steamer Mariposa
will be due to-morrow from San
Francisco on route to the Colonies.
At this time of the year she may bo
detained waiting for the mails, as at
last accounts stormy weather was
being expericnend on the Atlantic.
Last year, this same month, the Ala
meda was one day late.
A meeting of the Board of Direc
tors of the Hawaiian Ritle Associa
tion was held Wednesday evening at
the Arlington, when the matter of
the use of the range was discussed.
It was finally settled that the Asso
ciation will have the use of the
range on Thursdays, Fridays and
Saturdays. Members of the Asso
ciation will please take notice.
WILL ULOSE AT TEH O'CLOCK.
The undersigned have agreed to
close their places of business at 10
o'clock to-morrow, in celebration of
the National holiday:
B. F. Ehlers & Co.,
Egau & Co.,
N. S. Sachs,
JDAILT BlTLLETlft: HONOLtTLt, EC., IM
To-morrow the lGtb, will bo ob
served as a national holiday in honor
of tin; birthday of Kamchameha III.
which falls on Sunday the 17th.
The hitler date is also the birthday
anniversary of Hon. J. A. Cum
mins, but lie will observe it to-morrow
by holding an exhibition of
stock, horse raeei mid barbecue at
Kapiolani Pari;. Invitation1! have
been issued by that gentleman .ami
the holders will Unci scats on the
grand stand. The general public is
invited to attend, no admission
whatever being charged. A light
lunch will be served between 12 and
1 o'clock. The races will commence
at 10 o'clock. Following is the
1st race Two mile bicycle dash:
W. O. Faulkner, ("J. M. Smyth,
David lv.il, and Thomas P. Cum
mins. 2. Ifunning race, 1 mile diuh:
Ivory, Harrison, l'iko Nui, Wonder
and J. A. C.
3. Trotting and pacing race:
Emperor, Gus and Meteor. .
J. Kunning race, !J mile dash:
Surprise, J. A. C Kcd Oak, Wood
lawn, J. C). D., Wonder and
5. Trotting and pacing race,
double teams: Geo. II. aud King
William, jr., Sweotwood and Bos
well, jr., Joe Dnke and Emperor,
Billy D. and Meteor.
0. IJunniug race, -J- mile dash:
Eleu, Fashion and Springbox.
7. Running race, mile dash:
Gov. Dominis, Varago, Lady Lang
try, W. Iv. P., Goldleaf, Springbox
8. Running race, mile dash :
Bazaar, Kikila, lleytheic, Hancock,
jr., and Rex.
9. Running race, mile dash :
Nick, Kaaolani, Piko Nui and Wa
10. Trotting and pacing race:
Geo. II., Swectwood, Joe Dako,
Johnny Goldsmith and Billy D.
11. Pony race, 1 mile dash:
Nettie, Pukakaualii, Prince, Billy C,
Moll', Eleu, aud Kikila.
12. Trotting race lo road carts:
Emperor, Gus, Lottie C, Meteor,
and J. C.
13. Running race, J mile dash:
Ivory, J. A. C, Red Oak, Harrison,
Nick, Telephone and Surprise.
1-1. Trotting race: Swectwood,
Geo. II. and Billy D.
15. Taiehu Club saddle horse
race. lJost match.
There will be a musicale at Oaliu
College thiscvening, at 7 :30 o'clock,
given by 3lev. A. Bisscll and his
pupils. A special car will leave
Palama at 7 o'clock for the college,
and will return at the close of the
musicale. Following is the pro
Piano Duet Ungai n Mozkowski
Mi. I51ell and Emilv llalstead.
Piano Solo Air
Chorus Bay of Mseay Old EnglMi
Punahoii Glee Club.
Piano Duet Andante T.elicrt
Mr. Bisscll and Carl Macrtons.
Song Last Xight Kjerulf
Piano Solo- "-ci.se.. Moszkowsld
l Valse Chopin
Thiee Old .Maids of Lee.lJoeekel
Piano Solo The Besting Place
Love Song Ileusclt
Song Thino Eves ot Azuie. ... Lsieu
Piano Duet Andante Hindu
Mr. Hi.-sell aud 33iuina Martin.
Piano Solo Cachouclia (C:miIco)..Baff
Chorus -Bridal Chorus Cowon
Puliation Glee Club.
THE MINERAL DISGOVERY.
We have received from a corres
pondent a specimen of the bubstance
unearthed yesterday near tho Tnsanc
Asylum, and albo the following me
morandum: "This mineral is called
albilo, and belongs to the feldspar
family. Tho constituent parts of
albitc are soda, alumina, and silica
chielly the latter in this case. Al
bite is rarely found in lava or scoria
rocks; but enters largely into igne
ous formations such as granite, por
phyry, etc. ; nor has it any commer
cial value, except that its silicia
would promote the growth of sugar
cane if ptilvcri&cd and spread over
FniDAY, Mai eh 15th.
Yee Chung charged with embez
zlement was committed for trial to
tho Supremo Court.
Albert Mitchell, charged with tru
ancy, was discharged.
Augusta Fernandez forfeited bail
of SO for drunkenness.
A case of assault and battery was
MASON & Uumlln Orgim, a Hue in.
biriiiiieni lor cluueli or lodgu
room, call mill see it, :u iliu Mush: Uu.
purtnieiit, Hawaiian IsVua I'o 107 tin
PIANOS ami Orjuinii lor talo on the
monthly Insiuiiuent plnu. or cheap
tor casli nt tlie i'iubIu Department, liu.
walluu Kews Co,
OE. -ISONS oii
(38 lug u l'iiino or Orjjmii can save
money ui tho Muslo JJupurtmetit, Ha
waiian Nows Co. 107 lm
J&j pjag) ptoH) pffE Jjjjp; JO
GEEAT CLE1EAICE SALE EOE 30 DATS OILY !
1 hereby beg to inform the general publiu that during my Clearance Sale large inducements will be offered,
Laco Curtains id Gntoiii,
Parasols, prices cut in halt ; Extreme Bargains m table JLmen A: JNapkms.
g&Si5 A Large Remnant Table Every Bay of our Clearing Sale -$2
Mosquito JSIetlings 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 largo lines of wash
material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
Sateenes & Satins reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35c yard; immense.
reduction in Black Cassemcres. My entire stock of
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS
175 i m
Summary of k Forty
lew York Life losyrasice m
BUSINESS OF 18S8.
Interest, Itents, cte
Total I neoine
Death-claims and Endowments
Dividends), Annuities and Purclinbud Insurances . .
Total to 1'oliey-lioldci s
New Policies Issued.
New Insurance Written.
Divisiblo Surplus, Co.'s New Standard
INABILITIES, New State Standard (-1 per cent). .
SUKPLUS, by New State Standard (-1 per cent). . .
Policies in Force
Insurance in Force
PROGRESS IN 1888.
Increase in InlcieH
Increase' in liunuliu to Policy-holders
Inereas-e in Rurpliih for Dividends
Increase in Premiums
Increase in Total Incomes
Increase in As-sots
Increase in Insurance Written
Increase in Insur.iuee in Force
Exclusive of the amount specially reserved as 11 contingent liability to
Tontino Dividend Fund.
f Over and above a '1 per cent, reserve on existing policies of that clas..
The New York Life issues 11 greater variety of policies than any other
life company, thereby adapting its contracts to the largest number of people.
It has lately perfected a Mortuary Dividend system, under which many of
its policies are issued with guaranteed return of all piemiums paid, in addi
tion to the face of the policy, in case of death during 11 specified pciiod.
The returns on the New Voik Life's Tontine 1'olieks that have matured
have been larger than tlniac of any other company, coiiipmi-on being made
between policies taken at tame age and premium r.ite, and running through
the Mime period of time.
The policies of the Now York Life, as now i-siicd, ere notably fieo from
restiiutions as to occupation, lesidcuee aud tiavel, uiul claims am paid upon
receipt and approval by the Company of satisiaetoiy pioofs of death.
In connection with these statements of the piiiicipk-4, customs anil biic
cgss of the New York Life, we give herewith ligmes (.bowing iho murage
yearly business done during livu periods eoveiing ihe Company'.- eiiliro his
toiy, and the condition of tho Company at the end of with peiiod. These
figures show a growth as marvelous as it has been coutiuuoiir, and a picsent
strength and volume of-business that furnish the most ample gn.itaiitecs to
INSURANCE WRITTEN & INSURANCE IN FORCE.
1815-1859, 15 years.
18(50-180!), 10 yuaiH.
1870-1879, 10 years.
1880-1 VS I, 5 years.
1885-1888, -f years.
PREMIUMS RECEIVED & AMOUNTS PAID POLICY-HOLDERS.
yea rs .
DEATH-CLAIMS PAID AND
1815-1859, 15 years..
1800-1809, 10 vourn..
1870-1879, 10 years.,
18S0-I881, 5 vears..
1885-1688, -1 vears..
ASSETS & SURPLUS
Number and Date.
15th HoiHiit, Jan., 1800 $
25th P.onoil, Jan., 1870
35th Itoport, Jan., 1880
40th Itonort, Jan., 1885
44th Iiopoil, Jan.,
193 2w 79 2t
MARC& 18, 1889.
Corner of Hotel
and immense reductions are
The Entire Stock will be offered
isses & Childrens HusSIn
BVBBWWVW SAfc-Oj -tor u a u 'wii
Will be offered at a great saerilice. I call particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department. .Immense bargains are offered in
etc, etc, etc,
will bo eloscd out. Kid Gloves 50c u pair; billc (Moves &
Will be closed out at Cost Price, lo not miss this chance.
S. E HRUQH, Proprietor.
- fonrtn Anil Rsiprt
JAN. 1, 1889.
. ...$ 2.181,501...
. ... 22,250,981...
. ... .12,029,979...
. ... 90,3(57,193...
Foice, ICud of
. 10:', 132,513
. . 229,382,580
. ! 19,880,505
I'm id I'oliej-
hol ., Veail'v.
.. .. 131!.212.1
2,120,07 1.11 958,759.27
0,011,812,89 1 .059,8:19.'. 9
9,213,501,18 5,817,27.).:) I
10,90(5,113,38 8,951 :Mi 17
RECEIPTS FROM INTEREST.
. . . .?,! 37,10(5.1 1
.... 1, 580,299.4 2
.. . 3,790,299.30
1,489,027.10. . ,
2,0 M, 09(5.95..
AT VARIOUS DATES.
General Agentu Hawaiian Inlands.
& Fort Streets.
made in every department.
end Laces of
in thai Department tit Cost.
vw&nv nuHUiwutl v& H
""t"'- c""::;";;,, m Dm, Lace Gags, M Boists, etc.
75 & ?7 Fort Sfc EGA.N
Freuch, Eilisl ai American Dry and Fancy GODis !
-iVIko, ITiuc CiiKtoin-niade 010111111(7,
Furnishing; Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
Hell IViephoiie, -"JO
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, EYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Uulk or Case;
SCOTCH itl IJSHl "TJEUSISIY,
in Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
Glft2S9 in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
OKI Tom Gin, BeHt Braud in tlio Jjnltet;
EUFiOPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Uulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints 11 ml Quarts.
Bitlurs, liiqucrs Absinthe,
Auolliiiui'i Water, Kummols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
AH l'OU.OWH :
Zinltnulul, Miilugii, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Itiosling, Iloeks, Etc., Etc.
g0- All of which will ho sold
TUST received a hiinnly of
V Jiambno for inuUlii'' hats
J. K, 11 J (OWN it CO.
Japanese Employment Agency.
jt- T T. JIOIU
-5Sny O jiectfully
public of Honolulu uud the
Island'; generally, tint I ho hus opciU'd 11
Japanese KmployinciH OJllce at No 3(i
King struct, west of KekHUllko street,
where lio will liu rcivly lo proinplly till
all outers for JapuiKsc help. English
ami llawnllun spoUen. Bell Telephone
No. 'M'ii. Orders from plantations t-oli.
cited. 11)5 Iw
WALKER Si HEDWARD,
ContriiotorH t Unlliluru.
llrlek. Mono and Wooden lSiilldlngs; es
timates given. Jobbing promptly at
tended to. 70 King btrect. Hell Tele
pUonoNo.2, I O.Uox,4SU. ttjvO.ly
U WJ U VT V W H
Mitts greatly reduced.
& SHOES !
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
- 5 - S9
aXuLuvii '.Telephone, an
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST IIATKS hy
170U a iiliintfttiou, a steady, wcll-rc
ju romnitnucu niui capable man.
THEO. II. DAVIE3 & CO.
AYOUNO German Woman wants a
position us housekeeper, scsmtress
or infant's nurse. Address "A. S.,"
llui.1.1 tin Olllce. lt)8 8i
T(ritS. MONHOB, ladles' nurse, has
J.TJL removeii to no. a, liukui lane.
-i KS. 5TEVEX60N,
LiL nnd laillcs' nuiso.
of i!3 years cxiiuricncu Ht Qiieco Char,
lotto Lylng.ln.ilospltal, l.iudou. Other
ielunds not objected to. Hosidcnce,
"Jordim House," ticliool street. P. O,
llox 475 ; Mutual Tole. 87. 178 8nj