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DAILX BULLETIN i HONOLULU, fl. J., MAY 7, ISDO,
Vaccination Not let.
AU peraon3 can be vitccinatcd with
Pure Bovine Vin at the Govern
ment Dispensary daily, betvreen the
hours of 1 and i! r M , (Satur
ihyand Sunday PToeptod), free of
bavo whh tho 12,000,000 of Mexico.
AU of the lslamd trade is in this city,
whilo mo get little of the Mexican
trade hero, lor the bulk of it goes
by the gulf to tho Atlantic sido of
tho Continent. We by no means
disparage Mexico, her people or her
commerce, nor would mo nave a
change in tho attitude of polite re
gard which we hae so long held to
that llepublie, but wo Insist that it
is equally due to Hawaii, and that
In maintaining it ban Fiaucisco and
the public sentiment of this coast
should set tho example.- TAlta California.
FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT
ew York Life Insurance Co.
Office, No3, 34.6 & 34 Broadwny, N. Y.
MUTUAL LIFE IN
wni i 1 1 1 . iw wttgiiLi-Wi i ,,j men wt 'Wmim'im 'itoMji
OF JSJETW YORK
Cm ion Ilui.iKTis:
Why a native National Kcform
tl tIK It 1 1 ft 1 1 tt picked out of the many that didn't
K & conform to our new election lnvvs to
oc uuscaicu, is u iuvuiery huh njjua-
solved only by lCerorm
Pledged to neither Sect nor P.irty,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1S30.
A gentleman who is in the habit
of regularly visiting the Fish Mar
ket thinks it Is a place which should
be kept freer from unwholesome
arnella than it K He doe" not ob
icct to the odors of meat, fish, etc.,
in a proper condition for food, but
to those which emanate fioin decay
Tho complaint which comes from
Lahaitta about illicit liquor selling,
a ml published in this issue, might
bi' applied in -omc degico to other
country distiicts as well. Anyone
who Iris traveled over tin islands is
laniiliar with the fact thai liquor is
bought and sold pretty nearly every
where. In many places the illegal
trade is carried on with the full
knowledge of the police. Pcthaps
it is a practice which cannot be
cured entirely, but oflicient and
conscientious police could les-.cn it
tlce to bo
authorities who now hold the reins.
The writer of the article signed
"Voter," who. must be a neighbor
of "Illlahila," complains that Mr.
Uuah has not contradicted In native,
that which he denies ever stating in
English. Now Mr. Heform Voter,
if Mr. Hush made any such state
ments that you accuse lilmof, it was
in a public speech and theie would
be plenty of pcroii3 to say, 1 heaul
him ; but you do not say that you
did, and the public am not to be
gulled by tho simple statement of
nny newspaper, as to whether. he
did or not. The chances are that
Mr. Hush will take Mr. Paikuli's
eat In tho house to your sorrow and
you will wish beforo the session Is
over, that jou hud lot Mr. Paikuli
alone, ns well as sonic of vour l!o
forin member, who liao made ille
That vou tiro continually limping
on rules and laws with the native
that you yourelvoj, who do know
better, do not live up to, have had
more to do with knocking the coiner
stone fioin your political structure
than anything else, w an axiom.
JANUARY 1, ISOO.
Amount of Not Assets, January 1, 1389 $89,824 336.19
Premiums. .. . $20,021,055.00
Is issuing a new form of insurance which piovldcs, in the event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should tho insured survive a given number of yeaia, the Companv will
return all the premiums paid with Interest; or, distend of accepting the policy and profit" in cosh the leaf holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FUKTHEtf PAYMENT OK P11EMIPMS, take in
lien thereof the amount of policy and piolits in l'TLrY PAH) IIP insurance, paiticipatin;; annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract Is issued by the oldest Life Jnsuruuco Company in the United Stutes, and tho Lnt
gest Financial Institution iu the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Thirty-Six Millions of Dollars.
S For full particular call on or address
S. 35. ROSSIS,
Oeneial Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
LOVE'S BAKERY and COFFEI
l.Cstidff.'ri oil premiums,. Ian.
Inteiest and rents, 'tc .
I.es Inteicsl accrued Jan. 1,
l,-i:if,73-l.ei21. 585,921 10
1,577 ,1115.1 l-tf,10V2flri.2 1
THE HAWAIIAN TREATY.
We an asked what oti'cot the Mc
Kmley sugar schedule will have on
tho reciprocity treaty with Hawaii.
Wo are not aware that it will effect
it at all, unless used .is a pretext
for its abrogation. It is true that
.Manila raw sugars will enter this
port free, but their volume is not
great and will not move the market
up or down. The Hawaiian treaty
was in the beginn'ng commcicial,
at cour-e. It has centered nearly
all tho island trade in Mm Fran
cisco. It has done more. It has
wondei fully increased the volume of
that trade." When Mo-ton had the
most of it the olumo was onh a few
hundied thousand dollui-. Now it
is twelve millions, and growing.
Our lelntions with Hawaii have out
giown merely commercial limits.
We have become politically the
.neighbor ind friend of that king
dom in the -ci. There ire interna
tional ties between us that wcic first
t.iused by out commercial inter
course. As a neighbor we would
probably lespoiid .it once to her .-all
tor help iu an emergency which
ovm taxed her own defensive re
souices. Wo did this to far awry
and worthies-. .Samoa, with the ap
proval of all panics in this country.
Then why should an Ameiican whis
per and hide hii month while aying
that wo can do, and -hoidd do, and
will do as miali and mote for Ila
waiiV The viine sentiment here
which as-ails the treaty and hails
my misfortune which thicatoiis it,
is In the habit of sneering at things
Hawaiian. It snubs the King and
rho national institutions of that
i-ouiiliv. '1 he Iviuir him-cltis im-
nic'ii-.'ly the inoitil and mental supe
tint of s(!M.'i:il monarchs who aie
.,.ltin on tliiones and rul'mR couu-iiie-.
iu Europe. More than that,
bo is tin equal of main, and the mi
peiior of some men who have been
tiovcruuis of American States with
twenty time- the population ot his
kingdom. Fice suffrage in this
eountiy has elected many a man far
less lit ted to inlc than Kalal:aua.
- Therefore let us exalt our horn less
-,oliVusively on that subject for the
present, at least. Dynastic succes
sion promises to do about as well in
selecting a Hawaiian executive as
tho ballot often does hete. Tho Ha
waiians arc accustomed to chieftain--hip.
Lei them have it, and build
around thU sttivival of the great
days of barbatio freedom mid splen
dor such institutions of civilization
a- are congenial to their race and
icmpei. The natives themselves,
albtit lacking in self-control, arc the
most amiable people on eatth, and if
they assimilate civilization without
bci'ng destroyed by it, tlieic is
in their character much that
will out touch them in the
rcsiieel of oilier nation-. This
country is under a moral obligation
in be the friend of that people, to
piotoet their independence and cul
tivate theh friend-hip. To these
ends the recipiocity treaty is the
readiest means in sight, and Cali
fornia should sustain it by all the
power of public and commercial sen
timent. Aside from this official i
obligation, we do on u those people, !
native and alien, all who are under t
tho Hawaiian Hag, respectful and
neighborly treatment. We arc quick
to jump in response to Mexican jea
lousy and national feeling, but soma
ot our newspapers treat Hawaii with
contempt. Yet wc have with tho
00,000 people on the islands com
joerce half as great in yoltimp oe we
ILLICIT LltjIJGK SELLING.
Ennoit lb tu.ust -
Fullv lecogiiising .vour p.ipci as
the one to -ot foith what 1 consider
a public imUanie. 1 should feel
greatly obliged it .ou will insert
thN lontiibulion. I am aware that
little is heard from our quiet, dioamy
LalMina. Everything is supposed
to go on "hist so;" but such is not
the case. J ha c to .-ay, (no one
else seems to think the matter worth
consideration,) that this same Lalia-
ina is cursed with moie than twenty
"Uecr Shops" them seems to bo no
cifort whatever on the past of the
Sheriff to put a stop to this illicit
selling, and the consequence i, that
on Satur.lav evenings, the men,
when paid oil' at the plantation, go
sliaight to the places and spend all
their haid-cained coin, leaving
nothing to purchase the common
nccessaiies of life, food, etc. This
come-tenibly hard on the families
they are called upon to suppoit, and
is a threat loss to all the stoios hoie
whidi u-ally depend upon "Satur
day's tit'de." Hut looking upon it
fnni it-, inonl aspect only, is it not
the dutv .if the pioper ollhial to
protect "the people by cioinpi out
such places This matter i- of the
mo-t vital importance anywhere, and
hete to-dav. We feel only too
kocnlv it. Iibpjiting, baneful in
lliteiice, both socially and commer
cially 1 ay, make the otllcial do his
work by wiping out tins long stand
ing evil, or put nn ctllcor in his
place who will. Amis.
Lahaiiu, Mat eh 5th,
l.ii-ses by death, and Endowments inatutcd
and di-c.iunted (intluding icvei.-ion.iiy
addition' to s.tnic) .,G,25a)OH5.5(i
Diviilen.ls (ineludiiig inorluiuy - dividends),
imnuitioK, and ))iirelia-ed iiifliirances . 5,809,0211.10
Total paid policy holdeid I2,12I,121.H
Tat i and rc-insur.ncei 2.'i2,":t7.17
T'Diiiinissions (including advanced and com
muted oommfa-iom), brnkoiagci. agency
evpenses, pb.Vbicir.ns' feci, etc. . l,725,(.12.0l
and law epeiio, rents, -.dunes, advot-
tiMiitf. piiiiting.r-te. . . . 800,708.50. 17,900,279.97
(i-b on deiio-it. on bund, and in ti.in-it
United Stale- Jlonds and oilier bonds and
nocks, (tiiaik. t value, 'T0U,t:i81l 11 91) 50,112,10.'; 11
lloal estate 1:!,2I2,S71.S7
lionils and Montages, lirM lion on ical Citnte
(building-, thereon Insured foi tJll.-lOO,-t)09
and the policies u-.ii;iie.l to the
Cniiipaiiv a- tuhiitional eollutcial ucciir
it.) .. . ....
Toitiporai.v boaii" (maikcl value of ".ouiitics
liei.l as colI.ilcj.il, l,r. ( i.noa) .. .
"I.oiins on cxihling policic-. (I hi- Kc-rrvi- on
thtMi policies, included in l.udiilitiiM,
iiiiiounts to ov.-i .'t 2,000,000)
i,untorly mid j-tmi-anntial premiums on e.
iti"ng policicr, due ubpcquont to .l.uiu
iiry 1, IMJ0 ...
O'lt'inniniH on ei-ting policies in emu mi of
tiaiuuibsion and collection. (The He--oi
vc on these jiolicic, included iu
l.iibilitie-', istMii.ial.d at $1,700,000)
Aivmed intiu-t on investment", .lauu.iiy 1,
ALWAYS OX HANI) AND TO ORDER
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Roils,
Most on Ciackcrn,
Sboolly Ci ackers,
in iiiid SrIoqh liiTiiid, Jmalilcs, Giier Um, Gofsii Cakes, Etc., Etc.
g&" And will be DELIVERED FREE of OHARdE to any p.ut of tbo city. ,3
MILL of FARE:
Collet', Tea, Chocolate A
PigV Foot, Cold Ham,
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Rcf, .-ialad-, Etc.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS
v i.,vitn: ASPor.r.vtKNr or
:wi7,r.9 1 wi
Mitkct valuo of jcciuilics over cost value on Company' boots $4,026,278.50
.1 (Ulaihd scl.cii.ilc if time wi -..ill aecomutiy the iitunl tt.im.ul reor.' jilt it :.ith
tin unit mice Department of ttt State cj A':.' VX.
TOTA.L ASSETS, Jmi. 1. 1890 $105,053,000.90
Pipe & CiKoretto Tohnuuo, Pipes,
gtr Open from 3. 110 .v. m. unlil 9::i0 i
Mutual Telopboiio 211. Post Office Uox 178.
OignVv & Clgarotto Itoldur.s. Cold Drinks,
Saturday night, open all night, l'ell
T.li phono --2.
I. rF. BAILEY,
TAHITI : LEMO
CREAM :-and-: PLAIN
Atiti iii-laf-.l (ii ltIIo.:
Approved looses iu com so ot pnymr nt !t
Rili. j ted Losch awaititi;; pioof, .to.
M.tiiuo.l .'iidowmontt-, ilm- and unpaid, (elaims
Auuuilie.i, tliif- and iiiip.ud, (claim- not pi.--
Hi -erved for ic insuifiic.- on evi-tint; polioiei.
(Actual lib' table 1 pu cent, intcicl)
It. ici vi d foi t'onliiu;i. nt h.ihdilif-
lu Tontine Dividend Fund,
.Innuary I, 1SS9, over and
ibovc a t pei cent. Ro-f-ivn
on fxi-ting jiolieies of that
iM- ., .10,42.1,777.1.1
Vddition to the Fund during IM;9 2,:t00,5l0.10
DEDUCT !r,72 1,317.29
Ki-tiiine.l to Toutiiif pobc.v-liold-
I'll, dining the vc.u on ma-
tui-i. I Tontine-. . 1,019,20 I.IK
Riilain-c nl Tontine Puiiil, .I.inu.irv I, 1890 ...
lb -'ivid fin picmiunis paid in advance.
UivlMtilc !jiit(i'ui (iior.i9Jnf' Now Stfnilard).
WBIMUI1V1 b UIDU BalliBBS a & ? Et? ITU
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPAEILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginpr Mb, Hop Ale, Grenadine, Rasjrryailii, Sarsajarilla, Mineral Weliw, Etc.
fci" All fontiimnft'iittom ami orders sliould bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
5x. Bark "John D. Brewer
.lil-t Afrlvi-il fioin llotton.
C. BREWER & CO.
oi ni: ion -i.i.
Variety of Vehicles !
I claim 'jo'have. tho Pinoit and' ClioiecH Lino of Millinery floods,
French Plowers, Milan Hats, white, black and colored;
Jet l'Towoirt, Ornaments), I.aco Bonnets it Hata, Etc., Etc.,
.lust iccoivcd by the S. fi. Australia, and will be open in a few ibiyii.
Van Dyke OvdlarcttOH, Van Dyko Veiling, Van Dyke Laces, Van Dyko
v Kmbroidery, Modcska Veiling,
Fine Lines of Ladies' Sashes, Plaid & Plain;
Pnlbpailiouljri of opening in a few day.
'i& Chas. J. FISH EL'S,
Leading Millinery Hbuso, Corner Fort ife Hotel fct3.
Suilui,, by tliu Nrw Toik ilalu Slnraurd (..icluitlny the
Tunllno Fiiflii) JIS,G00,000.00
l'rom the undivided nitrpbis, as above, tbo llo-ird .of TrUatoe.-. liavo do
icipatin polieies in proportion to
e on Hetlloment ot nevt annual
j076 Side Bar and Corning Buggies,
S m-nnVTO Y1 vlo I cbutda Uevvieionaiy dividend to pvrti
lJJ.l.IUi LaiiL MOjIU I their contribution to nurplttn, tivnihibl
Uv (inli'i ot Mu. OOO KIM I will fell
at Public Auction, at inv
On THURSDAY, May 8lh,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
The whole of Ills stock of metchimlNo
A Ooncial Assortment of Dry Oaoils:
Ladies & Childrcns Straw Hals,
Cm set-, IJabv itounets, lluttoii,
Uiu llr.. lUieto i. t-lioi'-i. hllppoi-,
l. loves, I. iri'.hlmvvls, IliinUkeielilcf-i
Feathers & Flowers, '
Sliirth. Victoi In L.ivv ne, Xiiiis Veiling, I
hllK-, .Satin-., Velvets, Calleoa, I
1 nt.oi'iiitaliia,.lovvi'liv. i:t- Abo, i
Men's, Boy's and Children's i
DUNS TO I'OLICY-IIOI.DKKS.
INSPKANOi: IN FOUOK.
. s -I9r),001,970
ni:v policies isj3in:i).
. . . p.:t,a:u
.l.ipane-ft Vases A. Tea f-i't-,
.'locK.'iv .V fJl.i'S.vaic,
And a Lai go Vailcty of
Tweeds & Cassimeres,
In I.oiititlis for hull -i.
I Nuinbj- ol Polioiei ifcsued diirinj) tho year, 39,409.
Nuw Itmutunce, SID 1,1 19,088.
Tobd iuimbrof Policies in force January I, 1890, 150,381.
Amount at Risk, $495,601,970.
LUW1H .1. LEVI2V,
WILLIAM H. BEERS, PRESIDENT.
l'Mrn-ioii Top Oiiliibilnt,
VI 1 i:;e rnit.
Extension Top 2-seat Side Bar,
From iliPtolebrutod iiiiiimf.ictory of
(!eo, I,. Uimviii'll. New
Of the vvi'll-Knovvn Dole A OkooiI
tcy-'l'lie pub icaie Invited to ln-iect
those (lnmls at tlio 'toie ol
.'..!" lia t'.l Queen stieet.
Hawaiian Lime !
tut .10 vv.n iiAititi:!..
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LD,
ol.l Mile Afionts, if
Gustav A. Sclmman
! Carriage Trimmer.
I No. 79 & Bt : : King Street.
At W. Wrlbt A. Son'.
B. K MLEES & CO.
!! ITOIXX S'X'RIDICX.
uivr. Jfsr )ti:oi:ivi:n a vi:ky i.auoi: Ai-joKTMt:si or
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
LAO'lES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
OentVs Iurixi siting- Goods, ccc,
All will be bold at Ue.i,onabIo Pricoh.
M ri'ItXISIini) oi I'tifiir
A ltooin oi Cotttici. Iu or
' Uri.i.rTiv omco(
C. O. BEKGEK,
(Jonoral Agont lor the Hawaiian llaiul.
Having roooived a full fte!ottll)lmt of
OftrrlftgoTrlmiiili) Miilerlitls from tbo
Kusl, 1 am picoaied to eremite all orileis
with uuitncm nml despiitcli at very red.
Our Diopiinnkinir Doiuilmont under tho ni.inairemenl ot MISS
OLAKK will bo tc-oponed about May J 2th.
OOUSER IIOTEIi & FOKT STREETS.
New Goods. New Goods.
Full Lines, of Lawns !
ii II. Lines of Batiste !
''- Full Lines of Persian Mulls !
' ALL AT 26 CENTS VVM YARD
lais' Misses' & GUIIrnl MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
AT VERY LOW PKIOKH
Corner ICotel & Pm-t 8rreu.