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MOft'DAl Autt. 12, 188&.
; . ARRIVALS.
, Aug It
fituir Waliilcnlo from Kaunl
btmr Walmana'o for Walniine and Wal-
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p m
Stmr J A Guintuiiis for Koohu at 9 a m
atmr Llkcllke for Maul at fi p in
Sehr I.uka for Kohula
Stmr Iwniaul for Mlo J
VESSELS LEAVIHC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kinaii for Illlo ami way ports at
2 i in
Bktnc Lady Lampson for San Francisco
at 10 a in
Stmr Wtilalealo for Kilaucaaud llnnalel
at fl p in
From Knita! per Mint- Waialealc, Atnr
II Mr Justice SB Dole. IMs (x 0 V
Ashford, Hon W O Smith and chlldicn,
Chas Uaitwrll. Mrs Ilnrtwell, Major A
Roa and wife, J W Ifalua mid wife.
JVIImG brewer, Miss 11 Glade, Miss
Auhoagen. Miss Crittenden. Miss Has
forth, MUs Malilnln. Mrs F T, Stolz, .1 1)
KtiiR, Dr E S Hcldun, A E 11 Swift, 1
Chinese and 50 deck.
The AValalcale brought from Kaunl
August 11th S30G bjrs suirar, 200 hgs
rice, 82 uliccp, 20 head cattle 10 pack
ages sundries and 07 hides.
CI1UN LUNG In this city, August 11,
1689, at 9:30 p. m., Inin Lung, son
of O Afonjr, aged 87 years.
$ Due notice of the funeral will be
Mn. itupllca Trciloll iitesliics rt
clianibers Uiis Week.
The thermometer registered 00
degrees at the iMormntury tchool
O.v AVcdiicfcUny at 10 it. m., llio an
imal meeting of the Kahultii Kail
road Co. will bo held.
NoTWiTiiKTANMNa contrary reports
Ueorgn Marklmtn is doing as well as
possible; at the Queen's Hospital.
IIaury Cannon was adjudicated a
bankrupt in the Supreme Court this
morning on petition of the Union
A 8KKTCH of Milieus Island was
lost on the street this morning. Any
one finding the same will please ic
tiirn to this oHicc.
At 7:150 o'clock this evening there
will bo a special meeting of the com
missioned officers of tlio Honolulu
liitlcs, at tlio Armory.
An interesting letter with it $1,000
challenge appeals elsewhere from
Mr. A. I). Thomas, Executive Special
Agent of the Mutual Life Insurance
Co. of New Yoik.
I'lio (tainS oil gnUlfciftV
llnwnila Was hot 3d
Tub credit Bale by Mr. Morgan this
morning at the store of II. llackfeld
& Co. was well attended and good
prices were realized. Tlio sale will
be continued at 10 o'clock to-morrow
MORE HAWAIIAN LITERATURE
It will be of interest to our read
ers to learn that the Belgian Gov
ernment is not the only one to supply
its national library with lawbooks of
the different nations of the globe,
but the Italian Government has had
for sometime past the same-aim in
view. Thus, a j'ear ago, at the re
quest of his government and with
the kind intervention of the Chief
Justice here, the Italian Consul for
warded to the Italian National Li
brary at Rome a complete set of
Hawaiian Reports, Compiled Laws,
Penal Code, Statutes ami Chief Jus
tice's Repoits, and added to this list
of legal 'publications other works of
standard value, strictly Hawaiian,
such as: "The Polynesian Race,"
3 vol., by Abraham Fornantler;
"Vestiges of the Molten Globe,"
2 vol., by W. L. Green; "History
of the tllawaiian Islands," by James
Jackson Jarvesj "Flora of the Ha
waiian Islands," by AA'ni. Hille
braud, M. D. ; English-Hawaiian
Dictionary, by II. It. Hitchcock, and
others. Such works as these will
greatly assist in giving these islands
an intelligent understanding abroad
and will undoubtedly create an in
terest in their advancement, the
effect of which cannot well be underestimated.
J. Kai.ama of Makawao, and E.
Hulckunihiof Haiku, holding licenses
to practise in the lower and 1'olico
Courts of the Kingdom, wore exam
ined before the lull Comt to-day,
upon their applications for a full
license to practice in all the Courts.
In the Police Court this morning
It. AV. AAri1cox and Albert Loomens
charged with treason; and John E.
Hush for conspiracy, were further
icinanded to Thursday the loth. A.
Rosa appeared for Hush, AAr. A. AA'hit
ing for Loomcns and J. AV. Kalua for
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tlic Stars flntl
largely attended as previous ones,
probably owing to tho Arlon picnic
at AVaikiki. Those who stayed away
did not lose anything, for after tho
fourth innings it; was a miserably
one-sided game, the Stars having
everything their own way. II open
ed out in a very interesting manner
and Ihe way the Ilawaiis played for
the three innings led the spectators
to believe that thero would be a
close game and that the Stars might
get beaten. Rut the result was to
tally different. At the end of the
sixth innings a large number of peo
ple left the grounds.
There ti9 a chango in the. out
field of the Stars, Kinney playing
at right, Winter center, ami Overcnd
left field. They' did not present
such a neat appearance In the flclil
as heretofore, owing to the fact ihr.l
some wore brown stockings, one
black, another red, while Kinney
appeared in a fashionably cut pair
of black broadcloth pants with pa
tent leather pumps. Probably this
was owing to his being the "leal"
man of the Stars.
As soon as the game opened Kaia
of the Ilawaiis thought that some
good healthy holloing and shouting
would "a kind of rattle" tho Stars,
but it didn't. AA'intcr tried tho same
thing on behalf of the Stars but it
was a failure. It is to be hoped
such nonsense will not be indulged
in at future games. Messrs. Geo.
E. Boardman and A. E. AVall um
pired the game in a most satisfac
Ualdwlll. p.... i.
Kluney, r f
18 20 17 27 1H !l
T. It: II. II. O. . K.
Mollis, e. f...
Meek, p. ,1b...
Duke, lb, r f..
..41 US 24 14 13
Ily Innings 1 2.3 4 S 07 89
Stars 002 218 1 ;t 20
Hawaii 02 000 00ai- C
Earned runs Mais I), Hawaii It.
Home inn Lane.
Three b.ie hits Chan AVlhW.
Two b.n-e lilts Dan, (.Mum Wilder.
Passed balls Bv Dan 5; bv i'dcr 2.
AVlld pitches By Rosa 3.
Sttuek out Bv Meek 8; by Haiti
Time of Game 2h lSm.
Umpires Geo. E. ltoitrdnian and W.
Tub Hawaiian bark Lady Lampson
sails at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
for Sun Francisco, and has eighteen
days in which to reach that port be
fore the next steamer. A mail will bo
dispatched by her which closes at tho
Post Office at 9 o'clock. All letters
or papers marked "per Lady Lamp
son" will bo forwarded.
An Ajred Chinaman and Ills Wire
Found Dead iti Their Home at
An old Chinaman named Ah Nee
has for several years past taken
charge of a duck ranch for Sing
Chong Co. at AYaihee,near Kanlaea,
district of Koolaupoko, on this isl
and. He lived in a small cottage
with his wife and son. The ohl man
and his wife were alive and well be
tween nine and ten o'clock Satur
day night, for at that time the son
left home to. go off serenading. He
slept at a native house a little dis
tance "away and returned homo
about 7 o'clock Sunday morning.
Coming up to the house he. noticed
a pool of blood 6n the ground out
side, and called out to his parents,
but received no answer. He pushed
the door open and a horrible sight
met his (jaze. His father and
mother were both lying on the floor
dead ; their faces were covered with
cuts, evidently done by a knife, and
blood. The old man's head was to
wards the door and the end of his
queue was hanging outside the. door.
The wifb's body was stretched
across her husband's legs. Thero
was a lot of dried grass on the man's
face, some of which was partly
burnt, bhowiiiff plainly that the
murderer evidently intended to burn
his victims. The wounds on the
faces of the two poor people looked
as if thej had been inllicled with a
small jackknifc. The rooms in the
house had been ransacked. Ah Nee
had between four and Hvo hundred
dollars hidden somewhere, but
whether or not the murderer found
the monoy is not known. Tho
couple had resided in the islauds
about twenty-seven years and both
were between fifty and sixty years
of age. The woman was almost
Deputy Murshal C. L, Hopkins
went over to tho spot Sunday, arriv
ing there as Judge Pabla was hold
ing an inquest. The jury icturnecl
a verdict tliat Ah Nee and his wife
came to their deaths from wounds
inflicted by a knife at the Jtands of
some person unknown between the
hours of 7 p, in. August 10th and 7
a. in. August nth.
No arrests have as yet been made.
There is a strong suspicion to winds
i Chinaman who mrt some trouble
with Alt pJco a short time ago. Tliis
map was been in the vicinity of the
jmuUer on Saturday.
It has pleated His Majes-ty the
King to confer upon Midshipman I).
llonoiat d'Azy of tho Admiral's staff
of the French flagship Duquesno the
decoration of Knight Companion of
the Royal Order of the Star of
Oceania. Midshipman d'Azy was in
command of the vessel when the
King went on board August 7th.
The yachts Healaui and Hawaii
which left port on Friday are bafely
back. They went to llanauma
bay about two and a half miles be
yond Coco Head and anchored there,
but the weather getting rough they
put to sea, and went to Pearl Harbor,
arriving there 10 o'clock Friday
night. Tho Healaui returned to
Honolulu Saturday night, the Hawaii
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
K'amehameha Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. R. at 7:30.
AVork in the fourteenth degree.
Harmony Lodge No. ft I. O. of O.
F. at 7:80.
Monday, Aug. 12th.
Kan, Kaae, Muiler, Kahcakapu,
Kipeua, Kaaiwaiu, Henry Burke and
George Murphy, each forfeited bail
of Sli for drunkenness.
Sam Kailiwai, chaigcd with dis
obedience to parents, was reprimand
ed and tlischarged.
Itecosnhlon or NrrviceH In i'littlns
Jliiun tho Inwurreetloo.
Pursuant to a csll the following
gentlemen assembled at the Cham
ber of Commerce room ihe other
day: Geo. P. Castle, C. M. Cooke,
A. Ascueim, AV. AV. Hall, AV. G.
Irwin, M. Hyman, P. C. Jones, ii.
Muiler, F. A. Schaefer, J. G.
SpenccY, T. It. AValker,
AVaterhouse, J. II. Paty and
Mr. P. A. Schaefer was duly
elected presiding olllcer, and John
II. Paty secretary.
Tho object of the meeting was an
nounced by tho chairman, and a
motion was reached after a discus
sion, which was quite generally par
ticipated iu, that the sum of $1,500
be given to the Honolulu Rifles ; $10
to each of those upon the M.arshal'a
list of names of whom it was
stated thero are nearly 300 who should
call for it on or before tie 20th inst.,
and whatsoever remained thereafter
up to 8500, should be paid to the
Hon. Henry AVaterhouse to be ex
pended at his discretion.
Tho amount subscribed is over
81,000, and tlio following is the list
AV. G. Irwin & Co., II. llackfeld
& Co., C. Brewer & Co., Thos. 11.
Hobron, Castle & Cooke, P. A.
Schaefer & Co., T.II. Da vies & Co.,
Bishop & Co.. Lowers & Cooke, J. T.
AVaterhouse, Jas. Campbell, Wilder
Steamship Co., Inter-Island & S
Co., Honolulu Iron Woiks Co., II,
A. vVidunann, AVilder & Co., M, S,
Grlnbaum & Co., E. O. Hall &8on,
Pacific Hardware Co., Henry May
& Co., ,1. A. Hopper, S. O. Allot),
liyinan Brew., M. V. McUhcsney &
1 bons, M. Phillips & Co,
The game opened with tho Ila
waiis at the bat. Rosa fouled to
AArodehouse, Kaia retired at first by
the aid of Baldwin. Dan hit to left
Geld for two bases, went to third on
a passed ball and was left there,
Morris fanning the air three times.
AA'odehouse struck out, Chas.
AA'ilder retired at first and Baldwin
followed AArodehouse's example.
In the second innings Desha got
his first on AA'inler's muff of a fly,
stole second but wns put out run
ning to third. Meek struck out.
Duke was given his base on balls,
'moved to third on AArodehousc's wild
throw and tallied on Thompson's
hit. Lane got in a single and reach
ed second on AVodehouso's wild
threw, home on Thompson's hit.
Thompson and Rosa both made safe
hits to left field but the innings was
ended by Kaia flying to AVodehouse.
Kinney fouled to Dan, Chan.
AVilder Hied to Thompson and Perry
The Ilawaiis were retired quickly
in the third: Dan and Morris at
first, Desha Hying to Baldwin.
Winter hit to center, Kaia fumbling,
sto.le second and tallied on Carter's
hit to right field. Overend struck
out. Carter made a single to light
field, stole his second and crossed the
plate 011 VTodchouso's hit. AA'ode
tiouse and Chas. AVilder both hit
safely for one bag. Baldwin llicd
out to Desha. Tho latter thicw the
ball iu quickly and AVodehouse was
put out while attempting to reach
In the fourth Meek struck out,
Duke died at first from Chas.
AVilder. Lane hit to AVodehouse
who threw short, reached second on
a passed ball, and was left there,
Thompson retiring at first by Bald
win. Kinney hit safe to right field,
to second 011 1 pitched ball which
hit Chan. AVildi't, third on a passed
ball, home on a muff by Duke at
first. Chan. AVilder was hit by a
pitched ball and took first, second
011 a passed ball, home on Duke's
muff at first. Perry ami AVinter
struck out. Overend hit to Thomp
son but Duke muffed. Carter made
a safe hit to right field but the in
nings ended by Overcnd's failure to
Fiftli innings Rosa hit to Perry
who fumbled, stole second to
third on Dan's out at first.
Kaia flied to Carter and Morris
to Chas. AVilder. The Stars
made four runs. AVodehouse, Chas.
AVilder and Kinney- made singles
and aided by a wild throw by Duke
and a nice three bagger by Chan.
AVilder crossed tjie plate. The lat
ter reached home from third on a
wild throw by Kaia. The outs were
Baldwin at first, Perry in attempt
ing to steal second and Carter on a
in the sixth Desha flied to Carter
and Meek again struck out. Duke
took his base on balls, Lane made a
safe hit to left Held, but Thompson
ended the innings by retiring on a
foul tip. The Stars gave their op
ponents a regular picnic of leather
hunting in this innings ami before
three men were. gut AVodehouse,
Chas. AVilder, Baldwin, Kinney,
Chan. AVilder, Perry, AVinter and
Overend till scored. Tho Ilawaiis
played miserably, Meek giving three
men their bases on balls. The outs
were AVodebouse on strikes, Bald
win foul tipped, Kinney retiring at
The rest of the game was exceed
ingly uninteresting, in the seventh
innings Rosa was put in to pitch for
the Ilawaiis, but the Stars 'aided
four moie runs to their score before
tho game euded. In the eighth
Lane made a. home run from
u fine hit to right field, bunding
iu two men. In the ninth Mor
ris lilt to Carter who made a wild
throw, stole second and third and
scored on a hit by Meek. Following
is the score:
FUNERAL OF OSCAR MASCHKE.
The funeral of the late Oiicar
Maschkc took place Sunday morn
ing from the resid'.Mice, School street,
and was largely attended. After a
brief service at the liouso by the
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh the remains
were taken to Ntitianu cemetery es
corted by Company A Honolulu
Rifles of which deceased was a mem
ber, and members of the other com
panies. The Hawaiian band headed
the precession. Among those pre
sent were noticed: His Ex. Jonn.
Austin, Minister of AA'ar, His Ex.
the Attorney-General, Col. Arolney
V. Ashford, Major II. P. Ilebhard
Arriving at the cemetery the body
was lowered to its last resting place,
Rev. Mr. Mackintosh read the com
mittal service and three volleys were
fired over the grave.
DEATH OF MR. CHUN LUMC.
Mr. Chun Lung, son of Mr. V.
Afong, died about halfpast nine
o'clock last evening at the family
residence, Nuuanu avenue, of sto
mach troubles. He arrived in town
Saturday morning from Hilo on the
Kiiiau complaining of pain iu his
stomach. Medical aid was sum
moned and everything possible wns
done for him but without avail.
He was manager of the Pepeekea
plantation on Hawaii, and about
thirty-seven years of age. He will
be best remembered as the holder of
the opium license under the law of
188G. About the middle of 1887 he
gave up the license. He leaves a
widow and two children.
The steamer lwalani left for Ha
waii this morning at 8 o'clock to
bring the widow to Honolulu.
After the steamer's return the date
of the funeral will be fixed.
HAWAII BASEBALL LEAGUE.
Followins; is the standing of the
clubs up to Saturday, August 10:
AVo.v. Lost. Pi.aykd
rPRY McCarthy's Uiiltr.
OTT'S Cider at McCaithy's.
TEAMSTER with good Refer-
u- IT STANDS -so
During tho tenr 1888,
$153,933,535 00 !
Funds on Hand
. Dec. 31,fl888, for
1 The Mutual commenced business iu 1813, and is 10 years old. The Equitable commenced buiineia in
1859, and is only 30 years old. The following comparison shows their standing to-day:
Compiled IVom tho A.iiiiiml Siitlomcutm lot- 188S ot rlie
EXTRA Fine Fruit and
Cream Pics, Cream
C ikes, Pfi'ich Pie, Apple
Okc and all klmh of
Fancy Pastry fresh taday
at the "Elite." 822 It
A01IKQUJ2 on Messrs. lliMiop & Co ,
Honolulu, in favor of AIHs J.
Barnard for f 117, payinunt of which l
bloppcd at tho hank. N". U5, dale June
20, 180, drawn by Lynion of Poniilinu
Return to ihU ofilce. 323 lit
1IAN0 lOIi SALE.
account of departure from llio
country a Geiiuino Fischer Piano
will he sold at a b irgnln. Tlio luslMiincnt
Is r.caiiy new oi tuu utiiigiii wyie, htv.en
and a third octuveH and la perfect order
AIeo, 1 Automatic Sewing Machine,
largest size and In perfect condition.
Aiidrojs "K," 11VU.UTIN Office.
EQUITABLE and MUTUAL LIFE.
Com mi it ceil liuiiiifff
Premium Income. ,
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..f 5 19,210,120
Total Income , 20,058,977
GROWTH AND MAGNITUDE.
Increase in Outstanding Aesuranse v. . ...i .,
Increase in Premium Income
Increa&o in Interest and Other Income t
Increase in Total Income ,-,,..,
Percent, of Increase in Total Income .'.-v. . . .
Kxccsd of Income over Disbursements
Percentage of Income not Disbursed
Increase in Payments to Policyholder
Percentage of Increase in Pay incuts to Policyholders
Incicaso iu Assets
Percentage of Increase in Assets ,.
Surplus , .' .'.-.. .
Increase in Surplus .
PeteentiiKC oi Assets to Liabilities '. s?j,
ECONOMY AND PROFIT ',
Percentage of Expenses and Taxes to Xow Uuaiuess
Cost of eacli $1000 of New Business
Allow lug 7 1-2 jierct. of Ht'iicvMils for em enfold ltiiiu'".
Sin plus Earned
. . 1,821,947
. . 10,0154.018
. . 2,090,400
Contrast the Equitablc's Statement with the 30th Annual .Statement of the Mutual and the difference wotsld
bo Htill more apparent.
2 The Mutual has been 40 yews accumulating its assets; the Kqtiitabie only 30 years.
Increase in Assets, 1888 EQUITABLE 10,004,018 00
Inciease in Assets, 1S88 MUTUAL 7,275,302 00
From these figures it will be seen that it will not take long to pass the Mutual iu this respect.
3 There is one ground upon which the Mutual outranks all competitors upon which it keep silent. It has
incomparably the Largest Debt of any Life Company in the world.
'Liabilities MUTUAL LIFE December 31, 1SS8 $117,007,071)00
It boasts of its Assets, but says Not One Word about this Enormous Mortgage upon them.
4 The Mutual with 807,000,000 less of outstanding assurance than the Kqtiitabie has an indebtedness of
5 The Mutual being much the older company is naturally having
older members. This is something to lament over, not to boast about.
0 If the rate of interest were to decline to 3 percent. The Mutual
guished, while the Kqtiitabie would --till have a large Surplus Fund.
7 From Mutual's advertisement iu "S. F. Coast Review:"
heavier drains upon it by the death of
Life's Surplus would be about extin-
Assets are given at
Assets from Insiiianre Department,
Now York.. ,
"Padding" done by Mutual
-Some years ago the Mutual's Siiiplus appeared a follows:
f"()fllciHl Statement. .
. 123,191,718 73
J Given to Spectator Co..
1 Given to Iiuurance Join mil.
Vjliven iu Co.'s Paper (Weekly Statement) 7,001,002
Gross surplus, from .V l. ltisur. Department iCturiiH, including itomn deducted under
Department rules 0,858,501
And yet the Mutual deprecates a "oo.se miy of Mating fictn and Jiyitren!"
9 This Agency does not propose to continue this controversy through the newspapers. It does not propose
to be a party towards boring the public with mutual recriminations which might be kept up until doouibday.
Atryone who doubts the stability of the Equitable or its power to cope with the Mutual I.ikk can get all the
information they desire by applying for copies of the Equitable Ileeord which hereafter will always be kept
on file at this olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
320 lui Ocnural Agent Kquilable Life Assuraucc Society for the Hawaiian Islands.
host and cheunest Black
Coral, Band and Soil for
sale In any qunnti'v. Apply at the law
ofllco of William O. Aelil, No. 3(5 Mer.
chnnt street, Honolulu, H. I. 301 Sin
Notice to Shippers.
UPON completion of lay.
Inc of the Hawaiian
Pacific Cable on or about
Aomin 9th. tint At Clinner
Bcuoouer "0. It. Tapper," Captain O. J.
Kellcy, 100 tons, will lie open for charter
for any American or British Columbian
port, or will return direct to Victoria,
B. C. For freight and nassuuo apply te
B. 0. Hall & Son, HonnlulH, II. 1.
UAItlTIOLOMKW & BAKF.K.
25IV.;I5: and WJEIXTJE
R -o- SAILOR -o- HATS
50 GENTS "SaiirSr' 50 CENTS
'TWO Kasteru Girls each deslrea itn
X allon ti a nursu or second work.
rpWO Men, one to tako care of horses,
.1 tho otliur for a much as gcm-ml
fanner. Apply nt this office, 816 If
NOTICE to CKRDITOltS.
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
CORN Kit FOKT & HOTEL STREETS.
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd,
1TOBT rtXl'CJGE?!?, XIONOtJDXdrj.
BY a Japanese man and wife; tho
man to work in yard and stable,
llio woman to do housuwork and cook
Apply at this oilier, U17 !
rpHE undersigned fives notice that
X he bus been appointed Kxecutor
of the Will of Mrs. Margaret Kecgan,
deceased. All pcrbons having any claims
against hor cHato whether secured by
mortgagi or otherwise, are requested to
nreaeut tho s&ine'dulv authenticate il and
with proper vouchors If nuy exist to !
him at liU office on Fort strict, in nono.
lulu, within six mouths from datum
tlicy will be forever tarred j aad all
persons Indebted to paid filiate arc re. i
ipjcBted to niiko immediate payment ,
GF.ORG K LUCAS, i
Honolulu, July 10, 1BW. 07 Im '
Fl'LL LINKS OF
PAINTS, OIL, VARNISHES',
Turpentine. Etc., Etc.
AGENTS FOR THE
Revere Rubber Co,, Boston.
ALL QUALITIES OF
fj0 Call and exnmiue our Now