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DAILY BULLETIN! HOWOMTMJ, B 1, BMKBCB: f'MK
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SATUHI)AY, MARCH 23, 1889.
Stmr KlUuea Hon from tlnmnkuu.
Stmr Viva from mil
Ho'jr Kc An llo.i from Kv;i
Stmr Pelu for Luhnlun. Kuknlnu mid
rniuillo at i) n m
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Bk Hcspcr for Snn Francisco nt 2 p m
Stmr Knalft for alnluii anil Waianaoat
0 ti m
Stmr J A Cummins for Kooluu at ! a in
From windward porta, per stmr V Cr
Hall, Muraa Col Bain Norrls, Major
Sam Parker, lion 1 N Makec, 11 K
.Tones, J Kmmuhrli, E M Joiu-s and
wife, V I-wnuenr .lr, J A Kodanut, 1
l'cc, wife uml child, Mrs Holies, It P
Wnrpn' wife and child, A Akana, C
Ako, Mr Aklna, 2 prison rs and 10 duck.
From Wnianao and Walalun, per stmr
Kaaia, Mar 22 T K Micas', tf L Ed
wards, S Kincrson, J Cook and C deck.
For San Francisco, per bgtnc John D
Sprcckcls, Mar 220 Grainiouo and
wife, T Crowu.G Uoiiiilto, P Stephen, M
Schultz, P F llitzmagcr aud F Ftiscr.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W a Hall 1,117 b;rs sugar. 02 bgs
awa, 131 bgs coffee, 20 hides, '.:! lid
cattle, -1 horses and lilt pkgs snds.
Sclir Mary 1775 bgs(sngar.
Sclir Ka Mol -3300 bgs sugar.
Schr Kanlllna 1110 bgs sugar.
The Frcueh bk Iton, Capt Itcgmcr,
arrived yesterday afternoon, 51 days
from Hongkong with general merchan
dise, and 12 hlncsu passengers', con
signed to Quong On. ivoc & Oo.
The brig J O bpreckuls sailed late
yesteiday aft rnoon for San Francisco
with 137 bnchs bananas, and 5 ICO bgs
sugar in tr.iusit from Kahnhii.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by tho
Blue Ribbon League will be given
this evening at the Y. M. 0. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend. Following is tho pro
gramme: Piano Solo Mrs T. C Porter
Reading Miss Addle l'cteisou
Sons: Miss llcrulce Parke
r.A. V. Gear
j-riici -s ta
E. C. Damon
Prof. II. W. Peck
OAHU STEAM RAILROAD.
Yesterday afternoon Messrs. B.
F. Dillingham and Tom May drove
out in a double team to note the
progress of the grading for the Oahu
Steam Railroad to Pearl River har
bor. They were accompanied by a
Bulletin representative who took a
few notes. The work of grading
commenced on March 9th, and in
the two weeks, about a mile and a
quarter of grading has been com
pleted, and in the most thorough
manner. The right of way, which
in some instances is through thick
bushes has been cleared for two or
three miles. The gang of men
working nearest to town arc remov
ing huge stones from the right of
way, which arc used in other places
for filling in. In all there arc four
gangs at work with a total of 150
men. Another gang of fifty will be
put on next week. The way the
contractor for grading is working
leaves no doubt that he will have his
contract completed at the time speci
fied. Mr. Dillingham proposes to
have the line running by the -1th of
THE PROPOSED ACADEMY.
Last evening a meeting in regard
to the proposed Royal Hawaiian
Academy of Music was held at the
Hawaiian Hotel. Those present
were: His Majesty the King, II. R.
H. I'rinaess Liliuokalani, Hon. J. O.
Dominis, Mrs. J. I. Dowsett, Signor
and Mrs. Campobello, Bandmaster
Berger, Messrs. J. W. Robertson,C.
II. White, E. B. Thomas, and Wray
Taylor. The meeting was organized
by the appointment of Bandmaster
Berger, chairman, and Wray Taylor
The chairman stated briefly the
object of the meeting.
Signor Campobello then read an
intcrcstine paper, outlining tho ob
jects of the proposed Academy.
Tho chairman said he was sorry
there was not more present at the
meeting. The amount to carry on
the Academy (83.00 per month)waa
not large. He did not know whut
to do to get people out. They
should either come to some conclu
sion or give it up.
The King did not think there wa3
eufllcient material at the meeting to
form an organization. He thought
committees ought to be lormed.
The secretary, at the request of
the inectliig,read the prospectus.
Signor Campobello asked, with tho
permission of His Majesty, to with
draw the scheme.
The chairman So you think you
will give tho whole thing up.
Jlr. Robertson moved and Mr.
White seconded that Signor Campo
bcllo's paper bo printed in the local
newspapers, so as to get it befoie
Sigtior Campobello stated that
four gentlemen had contributed $100
each, aud many others had pro
After further discussiou tho meet
ing adjourned, subject to call.
THE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
JL evening paper, oO cents per monui.
mCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
A good coot for a ranch S3 canted.
Coi,. Sum Noriis is strolling around
The band concert ut tho Hotel Inst
evening wus well altundod.
. . .-
Dky wcathor is reported in Kau
and Kona districts, Hawaii.
. The C. D. Uryant Sb likely to bo
seized by tho government.
evening, at 7 :30
Mil. M. P. Jardim's barber shop is
now at McCarthy's billiard parlors,
i i t '
Nine cases have been added to the
calendar of tho April term of the
A notiok to the creditors of Quong
Yuen it Co., bankrupts, appear in
The usunl blue ribbon cnlriluin
ment will be held this evening, at the
Y. M. C. A. hall.
Wanted, a cook. Apply to Utown
and D.ilton, Kalihi, or at F. Philps'
harness shop, King street.
The athletic sports at Kapiolani
Park by the Oahu Collego Athletic
Association commence at 1 o'clock
A bami'I.k of Cream Flako Oats has
been received from the Union Feed
Company. It will bo given a trial,
and tho public shall know tho re
sult. The bark Hcspcr sails for San
Francisco on Monday, at 11 o'clock.
A mail will bo forwarded by her
which closes at the Post Office at 10
. Yesterday afternoon, Port Sur
veyor Turrill and his assistants found
GO half pound tins of opium, -on
board tho bark C. D. Bryant. The
opium was seized.
At tho 11 :llj service oi the second
congregation of St. Andiow's Cathe
dral to-morrow, tho Anthem "Incline
thine e.u" will be rendered, Mr. T. R.
Walker singing the solo.
Mk. Justice Dole has taxed attor
ney's costs in Cleghorn vs. Luce,
payable by the plaintiff, at $200.81.
Ilartwell and Whiting for defendant,
Attorney-General for plaintiff.
Mk. Lall'erty, the Socrates of the
Debating Club, is going up north
whaling. When tho harpoon fails,
Lafl'eity's "essence of dictionary" is
sure to stagger the most powerful
whale in tho Arctic.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Blue Ribbon entertainmcut, at Y.
M. C. A.,at 7:30 o'clock.
Band concert at Emma Square, at
AUCTION SALES ON MONDAY.
IVT L. J. LEVEY.
At 12 o'clock noon, by order of
the trustees of His Majesty's estate,
24 horses, mares and colts from im
ported stock, at tho paddock in rear
of Hon. J. I. Dowsett's office, Qucon
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
4 :30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: M arch Suite Lncluicr
Ovcituie Semlritnic Rohsiul
selection Bells of Cornevlllo
Waltz Dorothy Collier
Dance Old Gold HogcttI
March The Salute Procter
The W. G. Hall brought news of
a fatal accident to a Portuguese,
John Rodriguez, at Lahaina, Maui,
last Saturday. The unfortunate man
fell down n ravine and was instantly
killed. His horse was badly injured
and a pig he was carrying was killed.
An inquest was held, a verdict ot
accidental death being returned.
The deceased was forty years of
The club held its usual weekly
meeting last evening at the Club
House, President Toussaint in the
chair. Nothing unusual occurred,
except that the committee on suste
nance reported that owing to a rigid
course of exercise, "Nellie" was
being brought up to a fine shape.
Several applications for membership
were received, but under tho rules
of tho club they hod to be laid over
until the next meeting.
A DANGEROUS PLAYTHING.
Yesterday noon a little Portuguese
girl at tending the Knuluwela school,
had a blasting cap given her by a
schoolmate who told hot that if sho
lit it with a match and threw it on
tho ground it would make a big
uoisc. The little girl lit the cap,
but Instead of throwing it on the
ground, held it in her hand. The
consequence was that it exploded
and blew off the tops of her lingers.
The affair happened in the yard of
the little girl's home, nud other chil
dren who were near by were slightly
injured on their faces.
Satuiiday, March 23.
Carolina (w) and l'epeka (w) for
assault and battery on Uluhau (w),
were lined, the former 81 nud the
latter 82. Costs 82.70 each,
Kailianu (w) for larceny of n
dress waa remnmleil to the 20th.
THE SECRET CONCLAVE,
Tho organization known as tho
"Calnthumpian Parly" met pursu
ant to notice in Autocrat Hall, city
of Calathumpia, on tho l'-ith day of
tho present moon, to consider tbo
propriety of certain proposed ap
pointments to tho government survico
of tho Whereabout Islands.
All the members wcro present,
and General Quartette presided.
Rev. Amos Whangbnster, opened
the proceedings in oue of his most
nmiablo moods. His hugo eyebrows
rested calmly, without a jerk or
quiver, and his eyes assumed a
benignant expression. His mouth
opened upon regular rows of ivories,
and his massive beard spread over
his shirt front in graceful folds that
'contrasted beautifully in color with
the white linen, but seemed to form
u portion of his black vestments.
With a smile that seemed to over
spread his frame, he finally gave
expression to his soul as follows :
"Mr. President and Gentlemen
In order to strengthen and consoli
date the Calathumpian Party, I
think it would be wisdom on our
part to get a3 many of our proteges
and friends into the government
service as possible. It really nut
ters very little whether our friend
arc capable for tho duties or not.
All that is needed from them is that
they will be pliable to our guid
ance, and unswerving to the inter
ests and behests of the Calathum
pian Party. This procedure would
strengthen our political citadel, and
give us such a large preponderance
of power that it would be strange
indeed if we could not 'hold the
fort,1 in spite of Germans, Portu
guese, British, and the disaffected
Americans. I have brought here a
young friend from Boston, and can
recommend him for regular attend
ance at my church meetings ; and
may also say, as a further recom
mendation, that he is gifted with the
spirit of prayer. I am quite posi
tive, Mr. President, that he can fill
any oflico undor the government,
from chief clerk of any of the de
partments or bureaus down even as
low as that.of messenger."
The President, addressing the
youth, asked "Where were you
Young Friend "I was born in
East Maohias ; but I hev bin to Bos
ting two years in a Reformatory
School where I learned the trade of
a shoemaker." "Hold on" roared
Rev. Whangbnster, whose eyebrows
now began to jerk about like the
indicators of a telegraph dial, "no
information of that kind was ever
asked. Confine yourself to ques
tions." The President "I don't want to
know any more, and will see that
the young man is provided for."
Dick Blunt arose, shaking uis
sides with laughter; and, when
he was able to compose himself, he
ejaculated "Geewillikins! the gov
ernment service is already full of
blacksmiths and tinkers as heads of
departments and bureaus, and what
improvement a Reformatory made
shoemaker is to be I cannot under
stand, unless it is intended that the
government service shall be turned
into a wholesale reformatory and get
to manufacturing reforms as they
arc needed and can bo swallowed.
For my part I want no such reforms,
nor do I think the people do."
Immediately after Dick had fin
ished speaking there was a great stir
among the members. Rev. Whang
buster's eyebrows oscillated, jerked,
rose and fell, and the hairs thereof
stood up like the fur of a cats back;
his teeth were locked with passion,
and his eyes glared wildly around,
while his reformatory friend van
ished into the stairway.
The Vice-President was stupified,
and he tore at his shirt collar in an
guish Gag the planter fumed and
bellowed. Long Tom yelled "put
him out;" and the balance of the
members sat aghast.
Meanwhile Dick Blunt was quietly
whittling the end of a match with
his jack knife, and did not seem to
consider that lie had said anything
out of the way.
The President called "order!"
several times without avail, but
finally succeeded; although, for
some unexplained reason, he did not
bring Did Blunt to task.
At last Angus MoTnvish took the
lloor and thus delivered himself:
"Ma freends, I cauna see how you
shud a' be moved like as inony
jumpin' jauks; the man only gied
his opinions which were open tae
discussion. Folk in this age o' the
warl winna be led like sheep, at the
biddin' o' even a shepherd like Rev.
Whang-something-or-other. We are
a' free men, and maun cxpeck in an
assembly o' this kind that there will
be diveise opinions. I think that
Dick Blunt had not only a, richt to
speak his views, but that there was
a guid deal o' common sense in his
After MoTaviBh was seated Vice
President Strangeway's moved "that
Dick Ulunt and Angus McTavish he
expelled from the conclave;" but
there being no seconder tho motion
(7'o bo continued.)
JE, 1HIOWN & CO., Proprietors
Tahiti Lcinonuilu Works, detlro
to inform euhloinurit, both ut Honolulu
and neighboring Islunils, tlmtall empty
bottle tnufat be returned before oiders
for further supplies will bo executed,
Sonry of i Forly-irl!
New York Life
BUSINESS OF 1888.
Interest, Rents, etc 4,273,092.08
Total Income ?25,401, 282.83
Death-claims and Endowments ' if5,-i25,920.78
Dividends, Annuities and Purchased Insurances . . . ; 5,547,M3.27
Total to Policy-holdeu
New Policies Issued
Now Insurance Written
Divisible Surplus, Co.'s Now Standard $7,082,250.25
tTontine " 0,423,777.13
LIABILITIES, New State Standard (4 per cent) $79,974,159.17
SURPLUS, by New Statu Standard (4 per cent) $13,500,000.00
Policies in Force .' 129,911
Insurance in Force $419,88G,505.00
PROGRESS IN 1888.
Increase in Interest $ 507,758.08
Increase in Boncfits to Policy-holders .' 1,437,859.20
Increaso in Surplus for Dividends 1,G53,20G.91
Increase in Premiums 2,840,737.03
Increaso in Total Incomes 3,348,495.71
Increaso in Assets 10,-100,3 10.70
Increaso in Insurance Written 18,270,436.00
Increaso in Insurance in Force IIO.iriOJGU.OO
Exclusivo of the amount specially rescned as a contingent liability to
Tontine Dividend Fund.
f Over and above a 4 per cent, reserve on existing policies of that class.
Tho New York Life issues a 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 premiums paid, in addi
tion to tho face of the policy, in case of death during a specified period.
Tho returns on the New York Life's Tontine Policies that have matured
have been larger than those of any other company, comparison being made
between policies taken at same ago and premium rate, and running through
tho same period of time.
Tho policies of the New York Life, as now issued, are notably free from
restrictions 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.", cut-tumx and suc
cess of tho New Yoik Life, we give herewith tigtuc showing the average
yearly business done dining live periods coveting the Company'n entile his
tory, and the condition of the Company at tho end of each period. These
figures show a growth us marvelous as it has been continuous, and a present
sticngth and volume of business that furnish the mont ample giiuraYilccs to
INSURANCE WRITTEN & INSURANCE IN FORCE.
1815-1859,15 years $2,181,501 $ 15,281,718
1800-1809, 10 years 10,519,701 102,132,513
1870-1879, 10 years 22,250,98 1 127,417,702
1880-1381, 5 years 42,029,979 229,382,586
1885-1888, 4 years 90,307,193 .119,880,505
PREMIUMS RECEIVED AMOUNTS PAID POLICY-HOLDERS.
Period of Premiums
Dates Inclusive. Received Yearly.
DEATH-CLAIMS PAID AND
1815-1859, 15 years $
1800-1869, 10 years
1870-1879, 10 years
1880-1881, 5 years
1885-1888, 4 years
ASSETS & SURPLUS
Number and Date.
15th Report, Jan., 1860 $
25th Hepoit, Jan., 1870
35th Report, Jan., 1880
40th Report, Jan., 1885
44th Report, Jan., 1889
193 2w 79 2t
TO LET or LEASE.
rpiIB Premises lately occu.
X. pied by Mr. M. Lnuisson
on King street, neur Thomas
Square. Artesinn water uml modern
conveniences. Applv to
200 tf AtE. O Hull i Son'K.
UIE House and Lot belong.
Iiil' lo Tluir. Houcubtlu,
limited on Ivimiu street, Lu
tween Alnpai and Kuplolitiii street;, and
also tho Cows, WugoiiH uml oilier pro.
perty belonging In Mr. Revcmllu. Ap.
ply lo i'auou Itiiucli. Hull Telephone
S1D2. 202 lw
Dawn Tramways Co,
Saturday's and Sunday's Running.
On SATURDAY, the a:td Inst., the
1 :30 l'. m., car from 1'iilumn and nil curs
leaving after Unit hour will run through
On SUNDAY, tho 2th hist., the Hif.O
a. ji , cur from 1'alama ami all curs
having after that hour will run through
Alterations In Tlmo Table.
On and After Monday, 25tli March '89
The 5;!50 a, ji., ear from I'ulnma will
Acnrwllliuu from I'ahuna atlljlu
x. si., to tho Blllo lhint:e only.
Tho 10:60 trip from Oahu Collego
will bo replaced by one at 1;00 v. u,
JAN. 1, 1889.
Force, End of
. . . 958,759.27
. . -1,059,839.99
u,zi;f ,uui.48 . .
RECEIPTS FROM INTEREST.
108,422.02 $ 37,100.14
AT VARIOUS DATES.
3 No Ketimato by
( Insurance Dcpt.
. . . $ 2,390,225.21
. . . 9,890,573.40
1,767,133.21. . . .
38,996,952.66 . . .
59,283,753.57 . .
General Agents Hawaiian Islands.
Sak FiiAKCifcCO, Cai.., 1
February 10 189
WK herewith certify tlmi Messrs.
Doild & Allller (.re our duly mi.
thori.eil anil only ugciiis for the Ua.
wuiiun Ihlanilb for the pule ui our Luger
Ueer in kng".
JOHN WIELAND MtWYING CO.,
100 tf John II. Wio'iuiil Uros.
ALL persons having oliihns ngainet
W. L. Vredenbuitr will pleuto
present them to Charles Crrk'liton on or
before June 30, 18S9. 103 1m
THE partnership heretofore ixlsting
between M. N. Sunders nii'l F. I.
Outtcr under the name of Bunder' hn
press Co, has btcu dissolved. Tlio lus.
nei.s will bo curried on by M. N. Handera
as heretofore. F. 1. Gutter is not uutho.
rized to collect uny monies due the firm,
cither on tho express business or for the
cartugo of rubbish.
200 lm " M. N. 8ANDERS.
For San Francisco
The New Fast Hailing American
"Will sail for tho above ports
on or about
Monday, the 35th instant.
figy-For passage apply to
F. A 80HAEFER & CO.,
803 Dt . Agents.
SEirTilis space is reserved for the an
nouncement of the New Stock of Goods,
which Mr. Elirlich is personally selecting
at the Coast.
THE " ARCADE,"
7 5 & 77 Fort Sfr-EGAN
Fnuh, EiM ana Americm Dry ul Fancy Goib !
AAho, Fine CiiNtoui-mndo Clothing-,
Furnishing: Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
JSoll Telephone, GO -a 8ST Mutual Telephone, 37 X
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH ana TJEZI&SZ. WHISKY,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very F'ino & Very Cheap Qualities, as arc wanted ;
GEfUS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, Sent Brand in tlio Mnrlcet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German BeerEtc,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In PiutB and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apolliimri Wnter, Kuuimols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfniido, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Itioslingr, Hocks, Etd, Etc.
All of which will ho sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOIIT STREET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
AgontB for V. Lorillaid & Co.'i Tobaccos, & W, S. Kimball &. Oo.'
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - - - 73 Hotel Street.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST RATES by
A UEALKKH IN-