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THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1880.
Stun- Jus Mitkcofi-uiii Katul
Stuir Loliiiii fioin llmiinMiii
Kaala lor Wiihiluu uud Walanae
at U a in
Am selir ltusjlhul for San t imiclsco
this p in
Stiur Jos Alnkee for Kajiaa nt 5 p m
VESSELS LEAVING Ta-M0RnDw7
Bgtno John D Sprcckels for San l'ran-
cUeo at 2 p in
Stinrlwalaul forl.aliahm ami Ilama-
kim nt 1U a in
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Walanae, Walnlua
ami Koolmt at 0 a m
Fium lltiiurklviiii per stmrlwalnnl, Mar
20-l)r and r.s Uieentlcld, J M Horner
For San I'uiiicKco per hark Lady
Lainpson, Mar 20 V o Urciin, .1 M
Whluton, and I:.' Japanese. Including 1
For ICatinl jici tinr Walaloale, Mar
20 It A Mnollu jr. Mls Hew Kaukaha,
Miss Mollie Katu l!u.-li ami 10 othcis.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr lwalani 6800 ligs sugar anil 15
Stmr () It Uihon 303 bgs sugar and
230 bgs rice.
Stmr Kaala 1700 bgd sugar.
The Hawaiian hark Lady Lainpson
sailed March 20tli for San FrunuKco,
with 11,078 hgs sugar, weighing 1,271,
mjlbs. Domestic value &0:,0-l.-ll.
MAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The Oceanic Company's brigan
tine John D. Sprockets, Cant. Chris
tianson, sails for San Francisco at 2
o'clock to-morrow afternoon, and
will carry a mail which closes at the
Post Olllcc at 1 o'clock. The
Spreckcls has 22 clays in which to
arrive at 'Frisco before the next
steamer. Send a copy of the "Bul
letin Weekly Summary" by her, as
it tjives the "only" complete epitome
of local news.
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Vnnv quiet around town to-day.
Tub Honolulu Arion Socioty con
tcinplato ii concert next Meek.
The Rosalind was bullet inc.il to
entry a mail to tho Coast to-dny.
Akothrr wedding next wool;. Two
new engagements arc alto reported.
An account of Mr. J. M. Saso's now
tannery nt Eureka appears on the
fom Hi page.
A party of gentlemen went to
Waitnaimlo to-dny, and will bo absent
Tins Chinese wcro having some
kind of a celebration at tho Chinese
Theatre this morning.
Mns. A. O. ForbcB will not iismuuo
tho duties of Superintendent of tho
Lunnlilo Home until Apiil 1st.
Mil. T. P. Soveiin, the pholuginphur
has gone to Waiinanalo to tuko u
scries of views of the plantation.
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Mil. Wm. Foster, Police Justice,
lias been appointed a Coinniis.sioner
of Boundaries, for the Fiist Judicial
A squad of blue-jackets f i oni tho
U. R. S. Aleit woie holding their 10
gular quarleily target piacticc this
SisvisitAi. hundreds ten dollar gold
pieces were turned into the treasury
this inorning from the Postal Savings
Bank Depni Uncut.
A anxTi.uMAN lemarked this morn
ing that there is no reason why the
sticcts should not be sprinkled with
water from the hav.
The steamship Umatilla which is
to take the place of the Australia
between San Francisco and Hono
lulu, is a sister ship of the Walla
Walla, and in every respect a first
class vessel. She has capacity for
2000 tons of freight and her accom
modations for passengers are excel
lent. The Oceanic Company nearly
purchased her to run in the mail
service betwen Australia and San
Francisco. The Umatilla can make
the distance from San Francisco to
the islands inside of seven days.
She will be due here Apiil 7th.
A PRISONER RIFLES A TRUNK.
Yesterday afternoon a few min
utes before the fire broke out in the
cottage, head of Emma street, a na
tive prisoner belonging to the gang
working in the quarry, was seen in
the house by some boys rifling a
trunk. The house was rented from
John Gouveia, by David, who works
for McLain, the blacksmith. The
boys saw the prisoner leave the
house and go halfway up Punch
bowl. Directly afterwards the fire
was discovered. The contents of
the trunk were scattered around and
17 were found missing. The luna
of the gang was informed of the af
fair, and on confronting the pris
oner, the latter admitted he hud
taken the money and buried it. He
.showed the luna where the money
was buried and it was recovered,
minus SI. The prisoner will have a
hearing in the Police Court, proba
On Saturday afternoon the Oahu
College Athletic Association will
hold a series of athletic sports at
Kapiolani Park, commencing at 1
o'clock. Those desirous of witnes
sing the sports, can obtain tickets
at Mr. T. G. Thrum's stationery
store, Fort street. A special tram
car will leavo for the Park at 12:10
o'clock, The programme of events
is as follows : 1220 yds dash ; 2
Running long jump; U Putting
tho shot; 4 Three-legged race; 5
Running high jump; C Throw
ing hammer; 7 1 mile walk; 8
Standing high jump; I) Kicking
football ; 10 Throwing baseball ;
11 Quartcr-milo dash; 12 Uyci
clo race, one mile; 13 One hun
dred yds dash; M Sack race; 15
Hurdle race; 1C Wheelbarrow
rase; 17 1 mile run; 18 Stand
ing long jump; 10 Tug of war;
20 Half-mile race; 21 Pole vault;
22 Keg contest.
Wisdskbday, Mar. 20th,
Iiarttcla Murphy and Louis Mar
tin, each iorfeited bail of SO for
Civil cases wero taken up at 10
o'clock and a remanded criminal
case is now being heard.
Thursday, March 21st.
Choi Sui was benteneed to twenty
four hours imprisonment for dis
Ah Lum for naming was fined $75
with ten days imprisonment at hard
Qther cases wore continued.
At 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon
theio will be a special meeting of the
stockholduis of the Pacific Sugar
Mill, at the office of F. A. Schaefer
J. E. Buowx it Co. inform custom
ers by advertisement that all empty
bottles arc to be returned before or
ders for further supplies will be executed.
This police mado n, mid on opium
hiuokois Into yesterday afternoon on
Smith street, and caught tlneo Oni
nese, along with opium and paia-pliernalia.
Mn. 1). H. Davis was not diiving
at the timo of the accident on the'
Nu imn u Pali Road the oilier night,
but a man with a high reputation as
a driver had charge of the iciiis.
This Tahiti Lemonade Works sup
ply turatcd waters to the Oceanic S.
S. Co.'s steamers. The Zealandia on
her up trip ordered SO do.en, thus
testifying to the excellence of our
This American tern W. S Bowne,
which recently heat the C. D. Bryant
from San Francisco to this poit.'will
sail for San Francisco on or about
Monday next, tho 25th inst. Apply
to tho agents, F. A. Schaefer & Co.
The regular meeting of the Debat
ing Society will be held this evening,
at 7:30 o'clock, at the Oahu Lodge
loom. The subject trill be, "Kesolv
ed that marriage is not a failuie."
Mr. Lafl'erty affirmative, Mr. J. W.
Liming the negative.
s? This first business meeting of the
Hawaiian Academy of Music will bo
held, Friday ovoning, at eight o'clock
at the Hawaiian Hotel. Ladies and
gentlemen interested arc invited to
attend. The King and Princess
Liliuokalani will be picsent.
Marshal Sopor has offered are
ward of $200 to anyone giving such
infoimatiou as will lead to the con
viction of any person or persons
guilty of iuccndiaiiHin in the city.
A reward of $f0 is also ofieicd for the
in test and conviction of any person
or persons guilty of starting bush
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rifles, at
Drill Leleiohoku Guards, at 7:80.
Y. M. C. A. singing class, at
Debating Society, at usual time
Honolulu Chapter No.l It, A. M.,
IMl'OHTANT MISISTIXO 01" THIS BOAJII1
At the meeting of the Board of
Education, brief mention of which
was made in yesterday's issue, some
very important business was tran
sacted. Tho rcpoits of Mr. Atkin
son, Inspector-General, on different
school districts, were considered.
Miss Lilly A. Brown, a graduate of
tho State Normal School, Baltimore,
has been appointed to the position
in Fort street School vice Mrg. Hen
dry, resigned. C. M. White has
been filling the position temporarily.
Miss Litn Wilder has been appoint
ed assistant in the Knlihi school.
Miss Callie M. White will tako
charge of the additional department
to Hie Kaulmvela school on School
street, for the present. Messrs. I).
L. Huntsman and A. Mock, two
new teachers recently anived, have
not yet been assigned.
New school houses will bo erected
at Lahaiua, Maui, and Waipio, Ha
waii. Buildings will be put up at
other places, a- soon as the prelim
inaries arc arranged.
The following tenders were open
ed by the Board:
l-OICII, WAIMISA DISTIUCT, KAUAI.
S. P. Mio SI ,2C0
A. Burgess 1,000
F. .Archer 825
Jus. Taylor 775
E. Larson (accepted) GG0
S. V. Mai G50
W. J. Kalu
J. W. Niuihua. . ..:....
S. N. Mai (accepted)
THE ONLY LIVE PAPER of
X Honolulu "Tue Dully Bulletin."
CO cento per month,
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
itr u j. LisvisY.
At 10 o'clock n. m., regular cash
Bale, when will bo sold dry goods,
clothing, crockery and glassware,
barley, lamps, lanterns, cigars, gro
ceries, household furniture, etc.
Stub3 Going to the Debating
Club to-night, Pitts?
Pitts You bet! I would not miss
hearing Lafferty and Luring on the
marriage question for anything.
Stubs The odds seem to be in
favor of Luning getting away with
his big opponent, owing to his ex
perience. Pitts I am not a betting man,
bill this I know, that Lafferty is no
slouch, and putting experience on
one side, he will give Luning all he
wants oil the marriage question be
fore ho gets through.
Stubs 1 Biipposo there will be a
Pitts Oh, yes, I expect to see
the hall packed.
Teacher What's the difference
between an elephant and a Ilea?
Smart boy An elephant can get
fleas, but a flea can't get elephants.
W. J. Kalu
J. L. King
Levi Di ew
J. F. Ross
S. N. Mai
J. W. Ninihua
P. A. Anderson (accepted). .
1IA0U, UAKA, MAUI.
W. J. Kalu
J. F. Ross
S.P. Mio ,
S. N. Mai
J. W. Ninihua
B. B. Ilanuua
P. A. Anderson (accepted).,
It is suggested that public con
venience would be promoted by the
Tramways Company determining
and announcing the time of the cars
passing certain points between the
end stations Hall's corner and
Thomas Square, for instance so
that people residing at or near those
points would know just when to be
ready for the cars.
Koltctt uncttr thi$ head are clwtgctl 10 cents
per line fur thcjlrtt insertion, and C cciita jar line
every additional Insertion.
MASON Humlin Orgiin, a line in
siriiment lor chinch or lodue
room, cull and Hte il at llio Mmio De
parlinciit, Hawaiian Nous Co 107 In.
PIANOS "d Organs for sale on the
monthly Instalment plan, or chop
tor cash at the !hu6ic Department, Ha
waiinn News Co. 107 1m
PERSONS contemplating purchas
ing n Piano or Organ, can save
money at the ilnsic Dqmitmcnt, Iln
wnlliin News Co. 107 lm
ALL persons having claims against
W. L. Vridi'iiliurg will pldiEo
present them In ChnrliR Crcighton on or
before JuuuaO, 1831). IDS lm
San Fhancieco, Cai,., 1
February 19, 18tt). J
WE herewith certify that Messrs.
Dodd & Miller are our duly an.
thorl.cil and only ngciilb for die Ha
waiinn Islands fur the bids of our Lager
Uuor In I.iikv
JOHN WIELAND IIKBWINQ CO.,
190 if John 11. Wioland Bros.
I70U a plantation, n steady, well re
? commended and capable man.
181) tf TIIKO. II. DAVIKS fc CO.
IW. MONRO), ladies' nurse, has
removed to ISo. :i, luikul lunc.
and mints' utiifcc.
13 A ffi
& , t 5 si j)
Corner of Hotel & Fort Streets.
GEEAT CLEAEANCE SALE E0E 30 DAYS OILY !
I heruby bog to inform tho geni'ral public that during my (Jlouruuco Sale large inducements will be offered,
and immense reductions are made in every department.
Oreaf Reduction in Embroideries and Laces of all descriptions !
The Entire Stock will be offered in that Department at Cost.
Ladaes, Misses & Chiidrens iVIisslin 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 Curtains ana" CMoaaes, etc., etc., etc. J""C8'' cmstl Wttto Dresses, Lace Cans, Sun Bonnets, etc.
Of every description will be closed out. Kid Gloves 50c a pair ; Silk Gloves & Mitts greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half ; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen & Napkins.
W3& A Large Remnant Table Every Day of our Clearing Sale &fr
Mosquito Nettings reduced to $2.25 a piece ; Try our prices in "White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Perceles,
fast colors ; Calicos, Seersuckers, While Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large 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 Cassemeres. My entire stock of
GENTS', LADIES' & CIIILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES !
Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
t-GOOD!) SOLD JTOXZ, CVSII OJVJL.Y rXJXtING- TL'IIE SALE-ffiJ
S. EHRLIQH, Proprietor.
Summary of Hie My-ilrtli Mill Rent
New York Life Insurance
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN & GO Honolulu, H. I.
BUSINESS OF 1888.
Total Income 23,101,2S2.S:i
Death-claims and Endowment). v $.",12;i,92G.78
Dividends, Annuities and Purchased Insurances ". 5,517,14:1.27
Total to Policy-holdeis. . ,
New Policies Issued 33,331
New Insurance Written .$125,019,731.00
CONDITION JAN. 1, 1889.
Divisible Suiplus, Co.'s Now Standard $7,082,250.25
jTontine " (1,123,777.13
LIABILITIES, New State Standiud (-1 per cent) $79,97-1, 159. 17
SUltPLUS, by New State Standard (-1 per cent) $13,500,000.00
Policies in Foice 129,911
Insurance in Force $ll9,8Sli,505.00
PROGRESS IN 1888.
Increase in Interest
Increabe in Benefits to Policy-holders.
Increase in Surplus for Dividends. . . .
Increase in Premiums
Increase in Total Incomes
Ineicasc in Assets
Incicase in Insuianco Written
Increabe in Insurance in Force
Exclusive of tho amount specially reset ved ai- a contingent liability to
Tontine Dividend Fund.
t Over and above a 4 per cent, reserve on existing policies of that class.
The New York Life issues a greater variety of policies than any other
life company, theiehy adapting its contracts to the l.ugcht number of people.
It has lately perfected ii Mortuary Dividend system, under which many of
its policies are issued with guaranteed return of all picmiums paid, in addi
tion to the face of the policy, in one of death dining a .sperilicd jieiiod.
Tho icturus on the New York Life's Tontine Policies that h.uo matured
have been larger than those of any other company, companion being made
between policies taken at same age and premium lute, ami inuiiiug through
tho same period of time.
Tho policies of tho Now York Life, as now issued, aie notablv fiee fiom
lesliictious as to occupation, residence nod ti.tvel, and claims aie paid upon
leceipt and approval by tho Company of salisfacloiy proofs of death.
In connection with these statements of the piincipUv, custom.-, and tuc
ccss of tho Now York Life, wo give hoi ewilh figures showing the averago
yearly business done during live periods coveting the Company's entire his
tory, and the condition of tho Company at the end of each petiod. Thei-o
figures show a gtowth as marvelous as it has been continuous, and a picsent
.strength and volume of business that furnish (lie most maple gtiaiantccs to
INSURANCE WRITTEN & INSURANCE IN FORCE.
Frencli, Eilisl mi American Dry' mil Fancy Goods !
.A-Iho, Fine CiiKtoni-iiin.de Clolliiufj-,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
J3ell Xeleplione, GO -a BST Sltitnul JColopliouo, 371
HAWAIIAN WINE GO.,
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For Sale si Full Assortment of-
Written Ycml v.
Foice, lOud of
1815-1859, 15 years $ 2,181,501 15,281,718
18(10-18(59, 10 years 10,519,76' I 102,132,513
1870-1879, 10 years 22,250,981 127,417,7(12
1 880-1 V81, 5 yoais 42,029,97!) 229,382,580
1885-1888, 4 ye.ira 90,307,193 119,88(5,505
PREMIUMS RECEIVED & AMOUNTS PAID POLICY-HOLDERS.
Average Amount Acrago Ain't
of Premiums Pud Policy-
Received Yearly. holileis Ye.nlv.
18-15-1859, 15 years $ 258,237.47 $ 132,212.10
18(10-1809, 10 vears 2,120,(571.14 ,.. 938,759.27
1870-1879. 10 yeais (1,014,812,89 4,039,s.t9.!i!t
1880-1881, 5 yeais 9,213,501.48 5,817,273.31
1885-1888, 4 years 1(5,90(5,113.38 8,954,31(5.17
DEATH-CLAIMS PAID AND RECEIPTS FROM INTEREST.
of 22 veuru cXDL'ileiico at Queen Char
lotte Lying-in. llospitit), London. Oilier
IslanilH not objected to. Residence,
".lordiui Home," Ndiool street. P. ().
Boa 471; Mutual Tele. 37.. 170 Sin
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise it 1a the "Daily JlulhUu."
1815-1859, 15 years $ 108,422.02 $ 37,10(5.14
18(10-18(59, 10 yeura 418,551.23 317,089.08
1870-1879, 10 years 1,489,027.1(5 1,580,299.42
1880-1881, 5 years 2,014,090.95 2,0-10,010.02
1885-1888, 4 years 3,521,298.03 3,790,299.3(5
ASSETS & SURPLUS AT VARIOUS DATES.
Number mid Date. Cash Assets.
15th Report, Jan., 1800 $ 1,707,133.24 . . . .
25th Report, Jan., 1870 13,025,501.23.
35th Report, Jan., 1880 , , . . . 38,99(5,952.00
40th Roport, Jan., 1885 59,283,753.57
41th Roport, Jan., 1889 93,180,180.5C
jNo Kstimato by
' (IiiHiiraiico Dopt.
C. O. BERGER,
General Agents Htwfui(m jbjluil
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Case;
(SCOTCH and IRISH THISJECY",
In Glass aud Stone Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GSftiS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old X'om Gin, Best 13i-niiu in tlio Murkot;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Hulk and Case. All Rnindg of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quarts; . ' '
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts. g
Billci'H, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollhmri Water, Kmnmels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinlitiulol, Mulagii, Tokay, Madeira,
Tort, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Etc, Etc.
S0- All of which will bo hold AT LOWEST RATES by
2170 tf Manager.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) FOIIT STItBKT. IIONOLUI-U.
-IMI'OltTKUS i DKA1.KIIH IN-
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
AfiontH for P. l.orillard Si Co.'s Tobaccos, & W. 8. Kimball fe Co.'i
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - - - 73 Hotel Street
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