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DAILY JHJLLETIJJir : HONOLULU, U. I., MAX 20. 18H0.
J'Uitftd to ntitfur S'ctt uor Party,
lint tstabliihed for the benefit cf alt.
TUESDAY, MAY 20. 18l0.
The national Legisdatute will open
at unou lo-moiiow. Tin ptibliv arc
otliuially invited to attend, lhc as
it'tnbllng and session of tho people's
representatives have been looked for
waul to with great expectations. The
event occurring once only in two
ears, 7t ecltes more general intei
est, us a rule, than if it were more
lrc(pient. Momentous piestionnvdl
confront the national council, and it
is to be sineereh hoped that they
will lie considered with care and
wisdom. The good of the country
should be the wi-di and aim of eery
member, and every hone3t and
patriotic man in the country hopes
to see the good of the country ad
vanced. May this hope bo fulfilled.
DUTIES OF FIRE POLICE.
The l.i n clearly specifies what
should be done at files to pi event
robbery, .is well as preent the pub
lic being an obstruction to the fire
men. The lire police- are im ostcd
with ample power, and it is made
their duty to establish bouudaiies
(or the time being ocr which the
public shall hae no light to pass.
The enfoicement of the law i all
that is wanted. Hers i the law :
Chapter XLV. Laws of 138, Sec.
18 : "It shall be the duty of the tiro
police at the tune of a tire to place
ropes or guards across all streets,
lanes and alleys wheiein me situat
ed any building on fire, and at such
other points as they may deem e
pediont and necessary; and they
shall prevent any and all persons,
except owneis, employee", :ind occu
pants of buildings endangered b
the existing lire, from entering with
in the lines defined by lopes or
guards, save and except olllcers of
the Fiie Department and litewen,
the Hie Marshal, and the Fire Pa
trol, or such other person is may
hare the permission ot theollieers of
the Fiie Department; and no per
son or persons shall enter within the
lines defined by the topes or guards,
or refuse to go outside of (-aid Hues
when diiected to do so by any police
ollleer, o ollleer ot the Fue Department.
r.Diioi: Hi i.li.tix:
licfore the election took place at
Kouhkiipiiko Inst Wednesday, threats
weie made to the natives that moit
gaues held bv a certain person would
be lereclosi'd if thev did not vote
lor the Reform candidate, and the
native laborers on the sugai planta
tions weie told that they could seek
employment elsewheie it they oted
fortheXation.il Rcfnim candidate.
Five of the hand employed on a
plantation weie summarily discharg
d. because they availed th.emsehes
of the iihieh vaunted liberty, which
is claimed by a certain class, and
has been obtained for the Hawaiian
people thiough theii elforts. I am
sony to say thai this U" one of the
tiuits of a system of peonage prac
tised among laborers in Jicarli' all
ol oiii plantations. A laborer work
ing foi a sugar plantation in this
district was also told betore election
by messengers that he would have to
lijavu if he voted for Mr. Hush.
This action oifihe part of planters
has been, no doubt, carried else
where, and is but the sequel to the
amendment in the election law made
by a Maui plantation owner.
" I run pleased to sec the spirit of
independence among Hawaiian as
serting itself. It is an evidence of
an awakening. I hope the ne.t
Legislature will alter the Flection
Law so as to make a man truly in
dependent irr his vole.
lvoolaupoko, May 1 7th.
PRETTY PEARL CITY.
JlDiTon Jsrr.ri.rr: -
In christening what no doul l will
eventually become a place, we "v-ill
concede with tho committee that
"Pear! City" i.-u piettier name than
J'earl Towii, lVarlville, Hope Town,
etc., etc. There is as much differ-eiK-e
as theie is in the fact that it
will have lo be a town biifoie it enn
be a city. Hut the public was ask
ed to compete in furnishing the best
n uno for the town. This request
must either have been overlooked
by the committee or else they do
know that there is as much differ
ts'ico between a town and a city as
there is between a town and a place
iu a pasture behind a stump.
Had we known that It was to be
dubbed a city, we might have sug
gested the nuine or Heaven or some
thing better. Squvvauk.
MR. BUSH AND THE "MISSION
ARY." KniTon ltn.ixns:
Mr, Hush uses the word "mis
slonary," such as the "missionary
party," the "white skinned mission
ary," etc. I cannot object only so
far a he uses it in a slurring, un
nentlpuianly, undignified and un
Of course there is a vast differ
ence between the true missionary
and the lalse, us u missionary is
mippoaed to be a teacher of good.
If hetcaehe3 by prceept'or example,
intemperance and tcc in tiny seiwe.
by which people aic made vvorM', he
is a bad "missioniiiy." If he teaches
those principles that tend to build
up nud bring happiness to tfian, he
is a good "missionary," and de
serves encouragement and sym
pathy. I am willing to accept a "mis
sionaries" the so-culled ministers of
tho gospel, that are constantly
striving to teach ns a better and
a happier way of living. On these
Islands they have been the pioneers
of religion a9 well as the pioneers of
I accept r.l30 a9 a good "mission
ary" tho live merchant Hint maltej
a "nimble sixpence go as far as a
slow shilling. Who biings to us
from distant countries both com
forts and luxuries that wc would
perhaps never sec or enjoy but for
him. He brings with him also po
liteness and good breeding, exam
ples always worthy of imitation.
1 accept as an indispensable "mis
sionary" the mechanic of whatever
profession he may be. lie is the
"missionary" that teaches ns the
arts of civilicd life by piactioal
work, and we all tun enjoy them.
No eiitical eve cm look around Ho
nolulu and iu her palaces, stores
and warehouses, and see the neces
saries and luuiries that have been
produced by the skilled hand of
man, but must feel thankful that he
is permitted to see and enjoy thce
civilizing blessings pioduced by the
hand of these skilled teachers--these
indispenable "missionaries" of me
I accept also a- "missionaries''
the teacher, the professor of science
and literature, who teaches lhc
"young idei how to shoot,"
who takes the tottering youngster
and develops him into a giant that
attracts the admiration of tho world
by his mental di-euv cries and per
formances. J accept the politician (not the
party politician) but the statesman,
as a"rnissi(nary" of a high order,
who teaches us tho science of good
government, works for the good of
all tho people, lajs his plans deep,
solid and iu a measure prophetic, as
ho looks to after ymrs as well as to
the present time for the fruits of his
labors. He scorncr the dirty tricks
of the "patty politician" who im
putes w r ong motives to all opponents,
calls them hard names to gain his
point when he knows he is falsify
I accept all planters as "Mission
aries" of the most useful kind who
obey the first command given to
man to "Mibdoc the eaith and have
dominion over it," who teach its
how to creato wealth and comforts
from the elements, how to turn ivir
lennesa into hrnuiv, deserts into
fruitful fields iud make them "bios
som as the rose" and jield food and
comforts for the happiness of man.
I view (as Mr. Hush undoubtedly
docs), all of the above ordcrs,aswell
as all olhur useful classes, as "Mis
sionaries," all of them moie or less
teachers ot civilized science, whether
they be preacheis, pedagogues or
planters, mechanics, merchants or
statesmen, they are all "Mission
arie" in Hie most liberal sense, and
preachers of the gospel of cnili.vi
tiou, and weai chappy in the thought
that so many of that progressive,
honorable element, are to be found
in the ranks of the "Reform paaty,"
ami' taking Mr. Bush's wmd for it,
that so lew "Missionaries" are to be
found in the ranks of their oppo
Now, Mr. Bush, let life tall: to
you as a fiiend that knows you only
bv your wiilings.
A Mi ciiAxrc "MissrovAKV."
(To be continued.)
FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL EEPORT
lew York Life Insurance Go.
Office, os. aiC & 3-A8 Broadway, N. Y.
ISSl'KI) U Y THE
EFE INSURANCE COM
TA.IVt7A.M. Y 1, 1SOO.
Amount of Net Assolu, Jauntily 1, 1880 880,824.33(5.19
flCVENUE ACCOUNT. '
Premiums . . . 'J0,02,Co5.9J
I.essdefened premiums, Jan.
l.lSSU. .. ... l,-13i5,7f!.SC liSiJil 10
Interest and rentr, etc .. . o.OiiS.MO.JiS
Less Interest accrued Jan. 1,
18S0 . . lfl.r,0.-.2l l,r77.3ir).l.l .$29,103,200.21
ODP IVX3W YOXfcBC
KIUMAltlt A. 31cCUltlY. E'reBlitunt.
&' tor full particulars apply to
?. JB. XtOfedlS,
nec-2J.W ' General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
laV H Via
I.n-.-en by de.ilh, and Kiutowments matuml
and iliccounted (including roveiMOimry
additions lo Mime) .'... fO,2f.210!.".r0
Div dcuiltf (including niuituary - dividends),
utinuilies, ami puiehii'cd insnriinrcH . 5,8000.10
Total paid policy holders .$12,121, 121.00
Inxin.md ru-inmi.inces. . . . . .' 2.2,737.17
Ooinmi-dons (including advanced and com
muted commission.), brokerage, agency
expenses, physicians' fees, elc. I,72.",0."i2.0l
Ortu e and law expenses, lents, .il.uiev, advei-
li-ing, printing, elc .... . S(!0,78..'0 $ I7,llOO,27fl.'J7
I UUA.1V U ST REET.
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO OHDHU
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, Rusks, Ooushnuis. Picnic Roll
Family lit end,
Iftm mil Saloon Broafl, Juiles, Giner Um Cole Cains, Elc, Etc.
Cn-li mi (leiio-it, on hand, and iu li:m-it
I'mtid Slates IIoiiiIk mid orhei bonds nod
sii,ck(iiiniki-t v due, ?(',01j:i8,-ll I !)l) or,, 112,103 -1 1
Heal esu.te . 111,2 I2.871.b7
Uonds and Morl(;iiKei, lirt lien on real ei-tiili
(ImildiuuH then on iiHintil foi $tl,IU0,
000 nud the policies i-ijiiied li the
Coinpanv iH additional cullnteial eenr
iij) . . . 18,100,312 30
Ttinpuiaiv l.onns (inarl.el value ot seeimtle
held a-e.illaleial, fl,071,r,0.'!)
l.iuin on eistini: policies (the Hefeie nu
llii'e K)licie.-, iucbidid iu l.iabilitie-i,
nmounts to over .$2,00010K)) .
Quurterly and Hiui-anntral preiniunis on ex
islinn policies, duo Fiibeiiuent to .lanu
:ir 1, IW)0 ... .
I'rerniunis on cMslinj pulieies in coiu.-f of
tnniMiii-biun and collcf tion. (The Ko
er on these policies, included in
Uibililics, in estimated at $J,700.000).
Accrued int re.-t vt invisinieiilt, .biumiiy 1,
ISi'O. . ..
t'0,20!) f. I
Ma:SkOl Vi'.luc o! securities ever cost value v, Cori.ir.y's buols S4,02S,278.G0
A itrtttilnl sck diile cf ti.eic i7i w' t.ill inrouifaay tc wuui rvnmil rrfart file,l i il'i
t'.e li r;itinn Dffarthuht ol (if Stuff of A'iTi t'vik.
TOTAL ASSETS, Jan. 1, 1890- .'. $105,053,600.96
&flr And will be PKMVKHKn KKKK of CHAIKIK to an part of tho city.
juiii oi- lYieiOi
f'ntli e, Tin, ( hocolatr
.Soiiwnl 1'ig's Feet, Cold llam,
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Hoef, Haladf,
A r.AllOK AHH0H1MKNT OV
lIp & Citfnietto Tobacuo, Tiiies, Cigar & Clgaretlu JIolderK,
Saturday night, ojien nil nil
gjST Open from 3 30 a
Mutual Telephone 211. l'oht
m. until 0:30 r
Olllee Ho 178.
I .. -i i ' iHL-"WrrVVTT mamniM-Ti-M-iM i mm iiw u fATBCTW'
H. T. JBV.lJi35V
yi)ioiil'lnlvil ii IiiIIiium:
Approved loesch hi course of payment . 3
Itepoiud Losses iivvuitinn pi oof, &,. , .
Miittiied endow nientf', lue mid unpaid, (claims
not picsiiutid) .
Amiiiilies, due and inip'tid, ('elaiiii- not pre
sented) t! livid foi ie niriiri'lien on i vistnu; polioie-i
(Aelu.iiK ' table 1 p r cool intnicit) .
litti rvt.d for couiini'OiH li ildlilies
to Toruiuu Dividend Fmul ,
.I.tnu.ii.v 1, 1SS0, over and
above a 1 pur cent. Hccetvo
uu ti-tiii policies of that
el.iM . !?0, 123,777.13
Addition to tho Fund during ISMi 2.300,510.10
TAHITI : LEMOiyADE,
: CREAM rend-: FLAfl :
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAKSAPAEILIA & IRON WATER,
Ginpr Me, Hoi Me, Greiiie, Basoberryade, Sarsasarilla, IM f aiers, Etc.
tcir All ciiiiununhtiliona tuul orders slioiihl bo mhlroflKCtl to
BENSON, SMITH k CO,,
:wn i m
HfcH.1. M .
Itntuintd to Tontine policy-hold-
era duiiiijf the '.eai on inn-
tnied Tontines . . . J,019,2GI.1S
It dance of Tontine Fund, Jumiuiy 1, lb'JO . . .
UeeiM d for picmiunis paid in advance. . .
b'.vlsltile Sirpius (2'jii'piny'i New S!ail,ird).
V97. 535,777 68
A claim for half a million dollars
damages against the Japanese f!ov
ernment in lieing pushed by Sir. J.
Hartley , a drug merchant, owing to
the prohibition of the importation of
The Spring maneuvers of the mi
litaiy and naval fnicen paaaed off
H. K. II. the Duko of Connaught
Jr. vbitins Japan after a tour through
India aim tho Chinese posscptfoni.
Itj ot dor of MK..IOHXF. nACicn:i,i,
Assignee of tlio KHtulo ot Akniia, I will
Fell at I'nlille Auction, at my Sale
ioom. onTlirifSDAY. May ikI. at
10 o'clock A.Jt , the whole of the stock of
Hi-longing to said JMatc, on- '
hiti) & IJiov.m Cottons I'jlats,
Dri'M Goods, Lamps,
tijass. A Tin Wine,
t'oimter .Show Cases, Kte., Hie.
Suiplcs, by the New York Stalo Standard (including the
Tanlinc Fumt) $15,000,000.00
From tho undivided surplux, aa above, the lionrd of TruHtee Inuo de
clared a ltevoraionuiy dividend to (larlieipating policieri in propuilion to
their contribution to ouiplus, available on sottleuierit of nel riuiiuul
IlETUltNS TO I'OLICY-llOLDKUH.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Jan. 1, 18S8.
.Jan. 1, 18S0.
.Ian. 1, 1 800
Jan. 1, 1888
Jan. 1, 18S0
Jim. 1, lhdO
lNSUUANCi: IX I'OHGK
'KV POLICIES ISSUCO.
I .uu liistineted liv On. TltorS.s.i:At'
lo -ell til Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, May 8,
AT I!4 o':i.ocu xuo.
(I'nless pri'vloiil,v dUpooed ofatpil
valf ;dt..) the follow bur Valnalile Pro
pel ry. (rho mil) ictisoii foi M'llbiK I dm
waltl ol rl". e lo line lllu Unatsj,
FiaURSD- INDIA SILKS
'NIK LAUCiK.ST and MOST COMPLETE STOUli OV
FANCY FI&URSD INDIA SILKS !
Chas. J. Fi&EL'S,
Leading Millinery House, Corner Fort & Hotel sts.
S7" No. 2 PnlteriiH alike. Fashionable DreFHiiiakiug upMaiiH td&l
With Miet, H'dls. Anchor. Chains
I'.tc . Ktc. hplciitlidljtlittcd (nit nud
lemly lor u-e;
W0 Oiilloris of Xiiptha fm Puel.
1 '.'1-fnni Xapiha Launch, open ho.it,
with Aniline ami (liir-.;
I Miiii-nf-tVar Oil!, with Oiiii-, Ma-t and
Sill; a veiy juetty boat;
li I 1U-1 n
AVithout a Itlval In L'rico & Quallly 1
One-third tho Price of tho Soyal !
Every Housekeeper Should Uno It !
&T A .Saving of 1? IVr Cent iu Cost and Quality. The Very Host. gjj
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAV6S & CO.,
1 .L .
KNchibive ARents foi the Ifavviiiinn Inlands
Nunibo; of Pollolbs Usued during the year, 30,499.
Now Insurance, $151,1 10,088.
Total number of Potieltss in fot oo January I, 1890, 150,381.
Amount at Risk, $400,60 1 ,970.
5 IS JL't-cod
C. O. BEKGEK,
floiiorul Agent Tor tho Hawaiian Inlands.
Piohably the KnMo-t .Sail lto.it In
I he hmlior, Cutter Kled;
t linrnt-irnt Hiical.hnx, with MiKtii anil
Mil, anil rohllnr; Ceiitei-hnaid,
llnNhed In Panev Woods;
1 22-foot life boat v'vllh Copper Tanks,
1 Canvas Folding Boat
l PjiglMi Coracle,
1 Uoppeieil Scow.
Sails, .spins, Weeks and Kllllni of nil
1 Pool Lathe it Tools for Wood, Iron
and 111 ass,
1 2-lbuse Povvcr.Shipui'tii Lupine, le.idj
to put In. a lioat vviih propeller
ltuovh, Aiichni.s ,1 Mooting; al-o, thu
BOATHOUSE and FURNITURE,
Of the heft deseilption.
'lhc nioxbnlt.v of the new inail.et
mnkesthlbho.it house a veiy Valuable
Piopnty, there Is eveiy eouveiilenco to
Riovvtiwiiy nud lift light and heavv hoat.-i,
and Is siiltahlti for a boat oryiieht elnh,
pilot house or life saving stailou.
Oioiind rent Ih 8!!0 per aniiiuu, fmni
MessrH. Lyle tc .Soi reason.
tQr'l'lie Uoats mo leady fortilnlat
any time by applying at the boat house,
anil every lloul U in peifoct older.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
rr,2 id Anrtloiieet,
NOTICE of INTENTION !
The rindernigncd nails the nttonlion of the homefiecking'and purehas
ing publio to his plaee on Ntiuantt AVentie, known as tho ".Mognin Pf(o,"
which he intemlH to bell at a Very Low Figure with all the improvement
thereon, to wit: " -
A 7-room 2-story Dwelling House I
With Hathioom, Kitchen, Water & Clothes Closets attached, a 1-IJooui
Outbuilding, a Stable lor two horses, Carriages & Feed Shed, Chicken
house & Extensive Cliickenyaid, Wuterpipcs all over the grounds. Tho
2.7 Acres of the Finest Garden Land !
And is planted almost entirely in Grapevines (0,000 pioeos), I'eaehei,
Apricols, Plums, Figsiiid other Choice Fruits, all of which are growing
remarkably well in thu cool valley air. Chinobo Tea now thrives on the
hind. An abundance of Hoses of the choicest kinds and a variety of other
Flowers adorn the place tho year around. Thoio is no better Property
than this in the imuket considering the
CLIMATIC ADVANTAGES and LOW PRICE !
The only reason or sale is, that I am going
to the Coast. The evciituul purchaser of
Household Furniture, Range & Kitchen Utensils, Garden Tools,
Hones 4 Wogont, Harnwsej, Etc., Etc, at a Very lUawuabl Prlcon I
JOS)"- For terms of salo and all particulars apply at the proinis.es,
to leave the Islands to return
the place can, if he wants to,
F. E. KKFFEL.