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DAILY BULLBTm: HONOLULU, H., IM MARCH 16., 1883.,
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SATURDAY, MARCH 1G, 189.
Stmr Knnln from atalua si-d Wiilnnno
Stnu Kinau from Hawaii anil Maul
Stmr .las Makee from Kniml
St nir Llko Ike from Muni
Turn V S Howne fintii Sim ruiui'lsoo
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
StmrKaala for Walalua ami Walanne
at 0 a in
l?rom windward ports per tiur Kl
iiiiu, Mar 1(1 51 i-M H I'aikcr, Mm A Una
lelea, l)r A 11 Knllov, . II Stcllliiu, ills
Mary Low, Ml Doteas Richardson, (J
S Kytinereley, R V Douglas. Hev S
ITkai, V Klicllus, 1) D Baldwin, 51
Kcniaiitlez. Mrs I, Aholo ami child,.!
T Alull, U Alii. 5Ian Oliip, Master K
Neumann, ami 122 duck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kiiiau 1)201! bags sugar. 230 bags
corn and spiuK 210 hides, 102
sheep, 170 pkgs suds.
.. TUa-Sifr;i"0 ford arrived at Kahulnl
last Wednesday 20 d.ivs from ban Fran
cisco. JJoth she and Tern Carl will
leave Kulittltii next Tuesday for San
Francisco with full loads of sugar.
The Consuclo sailed on Friday for
San Francisco from ICaliului with a full
cargo of .sugar.
''"-'- - I I - mi II jiuiihi n
FIIEETII In Honolulu, Mai eh ICth, to
the wife of G. 1). Fiecth, a daugh
ter. THAT VOLCANO ROAD.
The Survey of the new road still
drags its slow length along. It
seems to us to bo proving a very
"costly" survey, if the time and la
bor spent on it thus far are to be
taken into account. To us it seems
as though there was no nerd of such
a careful and lengthly survey as has
been, and is now beinj: made. Af
ter striking the pahoehoc it seems
to us that not much choice could be
made over tho lock. From rough
estimates made it seems that some
where in the neighborhood of So or
GOOO.OO will be spent on tho survey
alone. It does seem as though the
work on this end of the road might
have been commenced several weeks
since. We notice that the 'Ga
zette" is very much exercised over
the fact that the "Hilo Road Board"
arc reported as being about to"work
the first5 miles." Now dear Gazette,
don't get into a passion about some
thing you don't understand. The
new Volcano road starts at a point
about 5 miles from town, on the
"old road" which it is a part of the
"Road Board" to sec to, that it is
put in order; and it is those 5 miles
that was spoken of in our paper re
ferred to by the Gazette. The gov
ernment do not intend to steal one
cent from any other appropriation
for our Volcano road. So don't pass
any more sleepless nights worrying
over that bugaboo. But Mr. Minis
ter of the Interior, please do start
in on it. We are waiting.
Sinct writing tho above wc find
out that the last Kinau brought up a
man to supet intend the building of
the road. And so wc will await
further developments. fHilo Rec
ord, March 4.
Sevuntii Day Aivi:ntist3Iission
Hall Service at 7:30 p. m.
Y. M. C. A. Gospel Praise Service
at G::iO r. M. Come and bring a filcnd
Kaumakai'ili Cnuitcir. Rev. J.
Waiamau, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
ICa-waiaiiao Ciiuncii. Rev. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. M. Preaching at 11 A. M.
Central Union Cuukch. Rev. E.
G. Bcckwith, D. I)., pastor. Sunday
school and Riblo class at 0:15 a. m.
Sei vices at 11 a. m., and 7:30 i m.
Roman Catholic Catiikdual.
G and 7 a. m., low mass with Holy Com
munion. Services in Eugllgh at 7 a.
h.; and at 10 a. m., high mass, with
setmon either in Hawaiian or Porttt
guebc, alternating according to the
three principal dlflcrciit nationalities of
tho church; 2 r. m., rosary and cate
tisin; 4:30 i M., instruction and bene
diction of the lilcsscd Sacrament.
Mohmon Cauncn. Services In Ha
waiian at 10 a. xi. Services in English
will be held at 2:00 i.m. All aru In
vited. Queen Emma Ham.. Gospel and
hong service for Hawallans who speak
English at at 3 r. M. Good singing.
Short talks. Everybody welcome.
fArANUHK Si'itvicic : Gospel and
Song Services at 11 a.m.; Ilible Class
7:!10 v. M., in tho Japanese Y. 51 O, A.
Room, (Jut-en Emma Hull, corner of
Uerctania aud N minim streets.
CiiiNKSi; Ciiuncii. Fort btreet, near
corner Itorctniila. 51r. Kong Shul Kco
evangelist. Chinese Sunday school,
0:110 a.m. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:!!0 !. M. Preaching 11
a. M. and 7:'J0 i m. IHblo class in
Chlneso Y. 51. C. A. Hall, G::S0 i m.
St. Anwihvv's Catiikdual. First
congregation will have service atfijlSO
and 10 a. m.
Hawaiian Evensong at 3:30 p. m.
Evening prayer with sermon at (I.
o'clock p. in.
fcccond Congregation Rev. Geo,
Wallace, pastor. Services on Sunday;
Morning prayer and sermon at 11 :15 a.
in. Evening prayer and sermon at 7 s30
Holy Communion on tho First Sunday
of the mouth at 11:15 a. m.
Divine Service on Wednesdays nt7:'.10
Clilnesu Conyicgatlou, Rev. H. H.
Goweii in charge. Morning prayer,
with Burinou, at 11 ;15 a. ji, Sunday
school, at 10 a. h, Evening prayer,
ivltU sermon, at 7i30 v, ,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TO'Monnow Is St. Patrick's day.
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No biun of the Mariposa as wo go
Union f orvico at Kawaiahao church
Co. 11 of the Honolulu Rides was
drilling in the sticots last evening.
Hack ptngiaiiimr.s can lie had of
Mr. M. Goldberg, at his store, corner
of Merchant and Fort streets, free of
Tub Likeliko biings lliu intelli
gence that Mr. Norman Hulbcrt is
progress ing satisfactorily towards
Tin: King lias received an auto
graph letter from King Humbert, of
Italy, announcing tho death of Hie
Prince of Carignano.
Tin: Kaiiiehauielia Prepaiatory
s-ohool for boys between the age tif
seven and twelve yeain, opens on
Monday for tho second teiui.
Tun Government, Diplomatic and
Consider Hags aro llyiim Jo-day.
Thuro-is-alsoii fme-dipia of blurt
ing among the vessels in the haibur.
A telephonic nicssago from Vai
alua. this morning, says that Mrs.
Mary Silvcrburg, late of Toronto,
Canada, died at "Waialua, on the 13th
Tun Volunteer boys of No. -1 niado
a frightful noiso last evening while
taking their hose cail homo. There
was no necessity for such a display
Thu nnibicale at Oahu College last
evening was largely attended, and
the programme as it appeared in
yesterday's issue was fully carried
out to the entire satisfaction of all
Oun Paia correspondent writes:
A horso being driven by 5Ir. J. A.
Gonsalvcs of your city on Saturday
last, became frightened at something
in tho road and ran away, capsizing
the wagon, thiowing Mr. Gonsalvcs
out, but inllicting no injuries other
than a shaking up and a few slight
Imiises. The wagon and harness
was badly bioken.
According to the London "Echo"
the British Bible Society, of Lon
don, prints the Scriptures in 287
languages, one of which is the
Yahgan, a mode of speech used by
natives of Terra del Fuego. The
number of copies published and
sent abroad, last year was, 4,200,
000; and the question naturally
arises What becomes of the old
RECOGNITION OF MELVILLE'S
Representative Wise, from the
Committee on Naval Affairs, report
ed February IGlb, to the House the
bill authorizing the President to ad
vance Chief Engineer Melville, U.
S. N., in rank, in recognition of dis
tinguished service in connection with
the Jeanneitc expedition. The
committee extols the services of
Melville in the search of Ue Long
and parly, and says there is unde
niable evidence of self-sacrifice and
ab'jolutc devotion to duty on Mel
ville's part in serving his country.
THE VV. S. BOVVNE ON THE REEF.
The schooner V. S. Bownc, Capt.
Bin me, arrived eff port last night
from San Francisco. At about four
o'clock this morning tha Bownc
struck the reef just inside the bell
buoy, and stuck there. The tug
Eleu went out to the schooner's as
sistance. The vessel is said to be
ir..king water. Pilot Babcock went
out early this morning, to assist in
directing the tug boat. The Bowne
being built of soft wood, the dam
ages will, it is feared, bo more ex
tensive than those the Lady Lamp
A CARRIAGE HOUSE BURNED.
About twenty minutes past eight
o'clock last evening, an alarm was
sounded from the Bell Tower for a
fire near the corner of Palace Walk
and Likclike street. It was fouud
that a caniagc house on the pre
mises recently occupied by J. 1
Bowler was on Hie. Tho flames
spread rapidly and tho building was
soon entirely consumed. It con
tained a plasterers outfit and several
models. The building was insured
with lion. J. S. Walker in the Union
of New Zealand for 300, and tho
contents for 8000. Mr. Bowler
left tho country recently on the
bark Kalakaua, and since then
Mrs. Bowler has been residing on
King street. The Fire Department
A certain politician holding office
now in Washington comes from Gi
Icad and ho is proud of his na
tive town. It is told of him thai on
one occasion a visiting clergyman
preached in the village church and
during the course of his remarks he
exclaimed: "Is there no balm in
Gilead'i"' Mr. Blank jumped to his
feet at once, "Of course there is,"
he snug out, to tho horror of the
congregation, "but you can't get it
on Sunday," Washington Critic,
Berlin fatudents aro openly dis
loyal to youtig Williiuu H.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
uilvenisn it in the "Daily Hullutiti,"
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
J. udYwtlse in the "Dully RullcUn.''
TFrom the Hilo Jievord.
By tolophone from our travelling
concspondout, we learn that another
cane Held on the I'aauhau planta
tion was set on lire last week, hut
was put out before much damage
was done. There arc strong suspi
cions as to the parties doing tho
same, but not enough to warrant
Last week the back toller in the
Waiakca Mill was bioken and has to
be sent to Honolulu ; this has put
the mill back very iniicli, as the lino
was waiting for sugar.
We understand that the Sheriff
expects to leave town for a lour
around this island, within a few'
days ; to be gone about a month.
This is as it should be; Nothing
like peisonal inspection to keep
one's men in hand. It would be
better for all parts of those islands
if the Marshal should make a tour
of the different islands and person
ally inspect the woi kings of the
police force. And wo think that it
would bo a benefit to all the dis
tricts if the head of the police
should, once or twice a year, visit
the out districts and get a personal
knowledge of what i3 wanted to
render the work of that body moro
efficient. So come on, Mi. Attorney
General, and btir up your "hope's!"
As Judge Lyman's term of olllce
has, or is about, to expire, the pub
lic generally hope that his commis
sion will bo renewed. As the gen
eral feeling is, that he is the right
man in the right place.
Wc are glad to hear that the sur
veying of the woadland of Kaiwiki,
above tho canes of the Hilo Sugar
Co. has been commenced, and that
the same will be dividod off into
homesteads for settlers. This will
give the Portuguese a chance to in
vest in a homestead.
Work has already commenced on
that part of tho Volcano road, be
tween Hilo and the Woods. Camp
houses are being put up for the ac
commodation of the workmen, near
the woods. Wc also learn that the
prisoners will be woiked on that
road. This 13 as it should be, for
we believe that all prison labor
should be put on to public works,
so that the public may have the ad
vantaec of their labor.
A large number of Japanese sail
ed last week by the Kinau for Hono
lulu, on their way to Japan. In
conversation with many of them we
found it was their intention to return
to this country, after making a visit
to their homes. In this connection
we remark that among the last lot of
Japs landed here there has been a
good deal of trouble, as witness the
large number that have been before
our eouit here for refusing to work,
and from Kauai and Maui wc hear
of the same state of affairs. Evi
dently many ol the last importations
have been gathered out of the
streets of the seaport towns, and aro
not of the agricultural class, which
wc want. This should be looked into
by the authorities.
We congratulate our fcllowtowns
niun, Mr. II. C. Austin, to the ap
pointment of the office of Assessor
generalship of this island.
Polices muter this head are chmgtil 10 ccntt
per lineor the first insertion, anil B ctnU tier line
ereru adtllttonut insertion.
PIANOS for rent at the Music I)e.
parliiiciit. Hawaii nKcvvs Co.
MUSICAL Instruments oT every di.
cription, lor sile cheap at the
Music Department, Huuiiiidn News Uo.
SHEET Music mid Music Folio?,
JateH ediiloiH M'uig and Insiru
mental Folios ut tho 51 libit neinrtmcnt,
Iiawaiiuu Wows Co. hit lm
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X 2d columns, purely local matter
Mailed to foreign countries, $5 pot
Special Notice for
Match Kith and 17th.
Half Hourly Service to Waikiki.
Tho Oahu Coi.M'cii' Car will not run
No Car from I'ai.ama at 12:03 noou,
4:00 i. m. ai.il5.00i' ji.
On niul after i.:,U a M.,nll Curs Iiav.
hiK 1'ai.ama v.tll run llirotifjh to V.i.
uiKf except Oahu Coi, on Cur on tintt.
tlty, which will luavii 1'ai.ama at 12:2(1
l. sr. and 8 SO r. m , tho other times .is
perTimuTiililu 103 Ul
Artistic Engraver on Wood,
(Lite of Harper liros., N. Y.)
Contracts Executed on Modci.ito Terms.
CarSpccitucna of work al ofllcc."u
AT DlSlT., llAlll'UK Hl!08., )
New Yorlt, April, 18i7. f
Mr. rYlIx Ollert was for several yens
employed in tlih isUblijltuicnt, and
fouiitl i coiiiittunt fiiL'i'.ivii- and itiull
rcsiicois u rtli'ii.lo and uniiclit person.
J. U. HM ITU WICK,
Supt. liiii, lJeju., Hurjitr Jlros,, N, Y.
BSyOiders received ut J. E. Drown
& Co.'e, 28 Merchant street, 100 lm
GEEAT CLEAEAME SALE FOE 30 DAYS (MLY !
T hereby bog to inform
Will be offered at a great Bucrifice. I call particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains are offered in
Lace Glials mil Cretonnes, etc., etc., etc, M1""'' c"":';;,,., rate Dresses, Lace Cans, Sun Bonnets, etc.
Of every description will be closed out. Kid Gloves 50c a pair; Silk Glove? & Mitts greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half ; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen & Napkins.
S A Large Eemnant Table Every Bay of our Clearing Sale -B
Mosquito jSJettings 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.
Satcenes fc Satins roduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35c yard; immense
reduction in Black Casscmeres. My entire stock of
GENTS', LADIES' & OHILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES !
Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
ay-Goorrt ssojlo iron cash orvxY rmirxiSG the sale-j
175 lm S. EHRLICH. Proprietor.
SnnnuDT of tie Ferty
Inlcieal, Hunts, etc
Death-claims anil Endowments
Dividends, Annuities and Purchased
Total to Policy-lioldciH
New Policies Issued
New Insurance Written
lew York Life Insurance Go
Divisible Surplus, Co.'s Now Standard .7IO82,2."j0.2fj
fToiitine " (J 12:i,777.i:i
LIABILITIES, New Statu Standard (4 per rout) $71),07J,ir!).17
SUKPLUS, by New State Standard (4 per cent) $i:S,rH),()00 00
Policies in Pi.icc J2i),!)ll
Insurance in Kotoe if 1 1 0,SS(itnU..U0
PROGRESS IN 1888.
Increase in I ttterest $ r)07,7."it.(iS
Incroase in Benefits to Policy-holder l,437,S.ri!l.2(i
Increase in Surplus for Dividends 1,053,20(5.1)1
lncreate in Premiumb 2,810,737.0.'!
Incieaso in Total Incomes 3,1118,105.71
Inciciibc in Absels 10,400,310.70
Increase in Insurance Written . 18,270,430.00
Increiibe in Insurance in Force OOJSO.lliD.OO
H Exclusive of the amount specially reserved in a contingent liability to
Tontine Dividend Fund.
f Over and above a 4 per cent, rescrvo on existing pulicit of that clasH.
The New York Life issued a greater variety of policies than any other
life company, thereby adapting its contracts to the largeut number of "people.
It lia- lately perfected a Mortuary Dividend system, liinlrr which many of
it, policies are issued with guaranteed return of all pientiumfi'pnid, in addi
tion to the fnco of thu policy, in case of death dutiii,' 11 specified period.
'1 lie return! on the New York Life's Tontine Policies that liavti matured
have been larger than thoae of any other company, cumpuiiMiu buine, made
between policies taken at Hiime age and premium rate, and running through
tho Mime period of time.
Tito policies of the Now York Life, m now i-biied, are nolabh fieo from
icbtrictions as to occupation, residence and travel, and claims arc paid upon
receipt and approval by the Company of satisfactory proofs, of death.
In connection with these statements of the principle!, customs and suc
cess of the New York Life, wo give herewith liguren Mmiving the aveiago
yeaily biibine.-B done during livo periods coveting the Company's entire his
tory, and tho condition of the Company at the end of each period. These
figures show a growth as marvelous as it ban been coiitinuotii-, ami a prcMinl
strength ami volume of business that furnish the most ample guai.lntceH to
INSURANCE WRITTEN & INSURANCE IN FORCE.
lSlO-Mit), 15 yeais.,
lSGO-lhlii), 10 yeais..
1870-187!), 10 veins. ,
PREMIUMS RECEIVED & AMOUNTS PAID POLICY-HOLDERS.
1815-1S59, 15 yea is ?
DEATH-CLAIMS PAID AND
1815-1859, 15 veare...
1800-1809, 10 years...
1870-1879, 10 yearn..,
1880-1881, 5 yearn...
1885-1888, 4 years.. .
ASSETS & SURPLUS
Number ami Date.
15tli Report, Jan., 1800
25th Report, Jan., 1870
35th Report, Jan., 1880
40th Report, Jan,, 1885 ... .'
4 1th Ropoi t, Jan,, 1889
193 2w 70 2t
Corner of Hotel
the general public that during my Clearance Salt; large inducements will be offered,
and immense reductions aro made in every department.
in Embroideries and Laces of ali descriptions !
The Entire Stock will be offered in that Department at Cost.
- tonrtl Annnal Reprt
JAN. 1, 1889.
.... 2.181,501 ...
. ... 10,519,701 .
. ... 22,250,081 ..
. ... .12,020,1)79...,
. ... 90,307,193...,
Ftiit'f, Uud of
Average Amount A ver.igo Am'l
of Premiums I'uid Policj-
Keceivcd Yeaily. hoi '.ere Yenilv.
0,014,812,89. . . . , .l.Oa.l.nljy.U'J
RECEIPTS FROM INTEREST.
AT VARIOUS DATES.
INo Ksliinato by
,... $ 2,300,225.21
, . , 9,8911,573.4(5
Ciuh A s f 1; t tf ,
13,025,501.23 . .
93,480,180.55 . . . .
Osueral Agent Hawaiian InlamU.
(J, glW) R2)
& Fort Streets.
ChildroBis EVIusEin Underwear !
THE " ARCADE,
75 & T7 Fort St EGAN
-IM POUTERS OP-
Inch, English and American Dry anil Fancy Goods !
A.1HO, IT J no CuMtoni-iimtle Clot.liiii;,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
Bell rJColoiIone, SO -a cSy-
RAVI A All W HE bU
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For Rale a Full Assortment of-
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, ."RYE and MONOTfGAHELA,
In Hulk or Caso;
SSOOrJ?OJH: and IRISH "WJBLJCJSICY,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as aro wanted ;
Gms, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS:
Oltl rJToiii Gin, XJoHt X?raiul in tlio Mnrliet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
1 Jitters, Ijiquors Absinthe,
Apollinurl Water, Kuramels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfnmlel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Ilicslhi?, Hooks, Et.f Etc.
SfiST All of which will bo fold AT LOWKST HATES by
TUST leeelveil a supply of Tahiti
u jsamuoo tor nitiKiiii; imis,
.1. i:. IUtON'N & CO.
Japanese Employment Agency,
r.- T T. MORI .would m.
jgS t) pectfully inform the
te(-yia&, public of Honolulu ami tho
IslutsiU geiiernlly, th'it ho has openiM a
Japanese Kmpln incut Olllco at No 3(1
King street, wusl of KeUnullUu stiuul,
whoie ho will bu realy to promtUly till
all orders for Jupamtc hell), Knllsli
nial Hawaiian spoken. Hell Telephone
No, iiua. Oitlurn from iilimtatloiii o.
cltud. 105 lw
WAXKER & REDWARD,
C'diitnuitorrt it JltilltlorM.
llrlck, tlnnennd Wooden Uuildiugs; cs.
tlintiteB given, Jobblaj; promptly at
teaded to. 70 King Btrect. Hull Telu
phouoNo. 2. r, O, Box, 483. ap-D-Jy
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& CO Honolulu, If. I.
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Mutual Tclepliouc, 371
T?OR a plantation, u steady, wcllre.
JL. coinineautd aud callable man.
TIIKO, II. DA VIES Jt CO.
A YOUNG German Woman wants A
or liu.int'H nurse. Addicaa "A. 8.,"
Ilui.i.KTiN Otllce. 1B3 81
jio. .iiwm;r., iuuie8" nurae, Las
iemoeu to n. 3, Kukul Unc.
MRS. STKVKN'SOK, accoucliousd
and ludivs1 muie. Tcstiionll
of 2'i yt'ftrs ciiu'rince 14 Queen t'hr.
lotto l.yln.in.IIospital, London. OUicr
ialumlri not objected to. Uoaidence,
"Jordan House," School street. P. O.
Box 47S ; Mutual Tole. 878. 179
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