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P!eJtl to urtl'iff Std nor Jirty,
Hut tstabllihtd for the Aenett of nil.
THURSDAY, WAY 22, 181)0.
The Secretary of the Legislature,
Mr. Chas. Wilcox, ia na untried
nam In his present position, nnd it
remains to be seen with what de
gree of efficiency he "-Till dlschargo
his duties. The gentleman has been
for years in the employ of the Board
of Education, and ha9 earned the
reputation of being a capable and
faithful teacher. Mr. J. A. Magoon
retires after having creditably filled
thtt office two sessions the extra
session o 1S37 and the regular ses
sion of 1S88. It should be said of
the ex-Secretary, that he was con
scientious und assiduous in the per
formance of his duties, In addition
to which it affords 'us pleasure to
testify to his invariable courtesy and
readiness to respond whenever ap
plied to by members of the press for
ni:ro)tu m'cli.i.t, ,t.
TuriwiiAY, May 22.
In probate In re estate of Sarah
B. Whitney of Honolulu, Oahu, de
ceased, testate, l'ctilioti ol licnj.
Whitney, administrator valh the
will annexed, for allowance of ac
counts and discharge. Ordered that
his accounts be rdlowed, ho dis
charged and his bond cancelled. W.
A. Whiting for Mrs. Auerbach, de
visee; cdmlnistrator per so.
KAN DIES ot all Kinds
fn-li every day at
FOBTY-FIFTH ANNUAL EEPOXtT
OIIlcc, Jfos. 31C & 34S Broadway, "$. Y.
ISSUED BY THE .
B SI $ W B laa Hall u
Ol?" NEW stork:
XJIOJJAitD A. KcCUJiWY, Prostdent.
ffiT" Kor full particulars apply to
The election of Hun. J. S. Walker
to the Presidency of the Legis
lative Assembly is an Indica
tion of the strength of the
Opposition in that body. The full
house voted, including the four
Ministers, and the Opposition can
didate came out four ahead. As
suming that all the Ministers sup
ported the Government candidate,
Mr. Walker had a majority of eight
of the elected members of the Legis
lature. If it be held that the vote
was not a strictly party one, it may
bo answered that the approach to
that point was near enough to show
which is the stronger side. In re
yard to tho President elect, ho ha3
the advantage of previous experi
ence in the -tame position, besides
being a cool, collected, and fair
man, not liable to lose his balance.
The House could not have made a
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
l'y direction of CK-IL BROWN, tho
Executor of tho last u 111 ami testament of
I'litllp Milton dfccaocd, 1 am dhectcd
to sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
room in Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, May 21th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX.
The late IIotnctcad of tho said Philip
Milton, bi-Inx thatcoitalu property situ
ate on the uiauKii side of Mug street. In
said i unolulu, liL'tween tb; pit'inls
of M. Hymau, Kq., and Alex. Young,
The above Propei ty Ib planted with
fruit trees and jjrapu'vlin'. fttul has nn
m tec-hm well f torn which there is now
.in Income ot Si'iw per annum. Tlt'e
pel feet. Alio, at thi ,nno time and
place, and liy the -.iitiio direi'llou 1 shall
tell that eetain
PiBCQ or Fares! of Lai !
situate at Kulaoknhiia. IIoiio'nHi. ad
joining the prciuUes of (.'hurles Oudnlt.
l-so,.. iinu coiiiaiiinig an aiea oi oy-iw
acres suitable tor u home-tejul. Title
" Dwds at tin espouse of the pur-chas-ei.
Amount of Wet Aasotc, January 1, 1889 $39,824,330.10
LeyMiefi-rrcd premiums, Jan.
IulereM and it nt.-, etc 5,028,050.38
Leas IniiTC.-t necrued Jan. 1,
- J)577,:iir..M ?29, 103,200.2-1
) M. 'V,
Geneial Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
m jcv n m iw i. ??. h n a rccc ?:sk hr u &i i
1 JO i MUfc .ti K I
7.m ,-v k- --
rv TU U . IV CJ tT RBET.
ALWAYS OX HAND AXD TO ORDER
8S4 PIBS, Buns, HUSKS, OGUfinnUIS,-
In reply to questions ajked by a
correspondent in last evening's issue
1 will state that the Prince,? of
Wales and the Czarina of Russia are
Htbtcrs, both being daughters of the
King of Denmark. The Czar of
Russia and the Duchess of Edin
burgh are sister and brother, both
being children of the late Czar. The
debts of the Prince of Wales were,
1 believe, paid by his mother the
Queen of England. J.
JAS. F. ItlOUGAX,
K. l'.rown, . Mongol-
I,osbcs by deatli, and Endowment matured
and discounted (including rcvorxionaiy
addition-, to same) !f0,2C2,O!tr).5O
Djvidcn.ib (includii)'.' uiorlunry - dividends),
annuities, und purelmsc-d inuriini'es . 5,86(1,020.10
Tutalp.ud policy lsi.ld.Td. . .4-12,121,121.00
Taxt h and re-int uianevs 2&2,737.17
Comniis'jioni (int-ludine; udanccd and com
muted eomniioti!-), brokei.iges.nneiu-y
exponse., phyMei.int.' fees, etc I,72r)0,i2.0l
On-ict' and law c."ponse-, rents, sulaiien, advt.-i-
ti-iug, i:ii:lint;, eU- SG'J,70S..'0-
Saturday Evninu, SIny 2d.
Coiaedv & Mwk k
"The S?ough Diamond"
CuMi on deno-.lt, on h:.nd,aiui in lir.ni'it. .
Lusted tt.itc-( Jiondh aim oilier humin unit
blocks (matkutvi;lue,!?C0,.i:i3,-lJl.yi). . . r.0,-112,l0:i. J I
Ileal t-t.ito 13,2-I2,871.b7
Ik'iid and .Morta:es, first Hen "ii real v.Urtt
ibiiildin.i thereon iiiMiiod for ii-1-1,100,-000
and the policies aligned to tho
I'linnanv u additional collateral ecur
Jiy) .... 18.100,512.50
Temporal v Loans (uiaikct uli-r- oi yvinilios
h'ld - coll.itcial. 1,071,503) 3,7011,000.00
"LoAno on f-::ihlin policic- (Ilia Itcfcurxe on
thchO policies, included in J.iiibililicx,
amount to over 2,000,000) 3fl7,3'J ly'iO
'Quarterly and feini-anntial premiums on ex-
ituiK iolieicM, duo subsequent to Janu
ary 1, 1S00
"I'lomiums on existing polieie in cour.se of
trantmifr,ion mid collectiun. (The lie
Forve on thsc jiolicie-i, included in
Liabilities, is estimated at 1, 700,000). .
Aceiui-d interest on i::vttmcr.lf., .Jatuuuy 1,
ftioi oiir.'t-i-i. ut
-,-il,Tjl 1 ,C) . I
1)0,2110. ? J
HOTES FRQitf HiLO.
Tdr. AValter Adrian, of the Bijou
Comedy Co., and Mrs. V. Harto
gave an entertainment' Saturday
idjjht, consisting of songa and rt-ci-rations
and a comedy at the close.
They did not have a large audience,
as the Literaty that evening hud
special attractions. 2lv. and Mrs.
Barto and Mcsurs. Adrian and
Phillips left the Kin an at alahukotia
lor Kohala, whcio they will rusticate
a ohort time cud gUc Gome enter-i-.iiiiments.
Hon. Paul Neumann did not tjive
a promised address at the Litetary,
at a troop ot clients besieged him in
his room at the appointed hour.
One of the most useful institu
tions of Hilo is th'j Ililo and Hawaii
Telephone and Telegraph Company.
Tho otlicerr, are: F. S. Lyman, Pre
sident; J. A. Scott, Vice-President;
V.. E. Richards, Secretary and
Treasurer. 'lr. Richards is also the
operator and as such is eilleient and
obliging. He has been in the bus,i
ness several years on Hawaii. There
are 50 instruments in the system, n
uiugle wire one, and the fiwitch
bqard is especially constructed for
handling tho country stations with
r'ucility. The line runs to Ookalu
on the northern corner of Ililo Dis
trict, where il connects with the
system of the Hamnhua Telephone
Company, Riving communication to
Kawaihae in the Kohala District.
The two lines comprise probably a
hundred miles of wire each. A
movement is on foot to amalgamate
the systems, and run lino aurora to
Kohala, also one to the Volcano.
A public library has been estab
lished in the Telephone Co.'h build
ii.g on Waiaiiueniiu street, Ililo. It
contains 800 volumes and irorc will
shortly be added. The annual sub
sciiption is the very moderate sum
of Si. Mr. Richards is the librarian.
Generously disposed people in Ho
nolulu might give this creditable in
stitution some assistance in books or
coin, as visitors to Hilo arc made
welcome to the library and enabled
to pass dull hours with a varied
choice of reading.
r?j- Cos p' an.n t J. TJ. Brown's. Par-
quelle imd lress Circle ,-!; "lalenny
76c; Gallery Me.
C';E, dm ('Mi-en of tho Hawaii n
V? Hotel Stables, do hereby chal
lenge the dilvcrt of the United I'arrl.ifrc
Co. to plav a liiendly mine of Jiaebull.
on Wi-fj'NI'.feDAY, May -JSih, at 12
o'clock. i'. ji. o(JI 2f
pilK People's Ice ,fc Refii-jcialiiiff
i Co. will sell ice f i on) and after
date In iuiutiili' to Hill at factory
price at the gi occrv (.toi o of
Iloiiohilu, May 'J-!, 1S0O. DC-. 10c
A NN C7A L at EETl SG.
1-11,3-1 1.01- tl01.027.322.-10
M.ni.ct viluc of vccurl'.iii tiCfcost vahio on Conplry's lionU $,O2G,278.B0
"A tttttill. d seAcclulc cf t.csc :'ttin '..ill ateomf 'any the muni annual report JIM wt'tt
the Juihraticc Jfurlr,ictit o't.c Stale t' A'ci'.' l't i.
TOTAL ASSETS, Jan. 1, 1890 $105,053,600.96
Alipropiintol an lullom,:
Approved losses in couiro ot payment -t '140,517.97
Ki'poiied Lo-seri nivi.itiii-; proof, io t75.iii8.i50
.Matured endownientii, due and unpaid, (claims
Annuities, due and unpaid, (cl.iime- not pre-
Itestincd for le-iiruiivneo on oxi.-ting jiolicies
(Actual ii-s' table -1 per cunt. iuK.-K'St). . . fcS, 904,1 50 '."0
lb-rcmd for continjieiH lLibilitic
to -routine Dividend Fund,
Junuaiy 1, ISb!), over and
al.ovo a 4 per cent. I'.esoivc
oil existing policies ol that
Addition to the Fund duiing 18b9 --,300,540.10
A shocking discovery was made
20th March at Hongkong, on the
arrival of tho Japanese S. S. Fu
shlki Main. Kleven abandoned Jap
anese women and their employer
had stowed themselves away before
leaving Nagasaki In a biuull com
partment above one of the tanks
nlongsido tho engine-room. Seven
of the women and tho man had been
literally roabted to death. Four of
tho womeu only survived.
'JMIK Strangers' Friend Society will
I hold its annual meeting on MON
D Y. May i!Cth, at 3 o'clock v. i., 11 1
the rehldouce of the Hon. (.li.tilt 1.
liUhop. All lnU'it-Fti'd are cordially
bivitt-d to attend Geullciiien tire In
vited tor the evening. rail td
lteturned to Tontine policy-hold-
erh dining the vear on nm-
tured Tontiucb I,011),20i.l8
It.tlnneu of Tontine Fund, January 1, 1HU0. .
Ke.-crved for jucmitinis paid in advance.. . .
UivhiblD Sti'plui (owp'i'iy'j Sew iitnmiaid).
Surplus, by tho riew York Stale Stand ird (including the
From the undivided ourphid, as above, tho I'o.ud of TriHtees have do
tinted a Uever.iioiiary dividend to purticipating policies in piopoition to
their contribution 10 surplus, available on bctilcmcitt of next annual
ltlJTUIJNS TO POLICY-HOLDEIiy.
A NICE-LOOKING, Xnwly
Painted (Jottajro on Bcie-
tania .-tieet. between Fort and
Nnuniiii stieetH, coutalulng parlor, 2
bedrooui3, b.itlimoui ami patent closer,
dinliig-rooin and kitchen, conveniently
ariaiiged. Kent moderate. Apply to
J. II. BIIUNtf,
CC1 tf No. 33 Ueietanla .-.treut.
DTt FT drawn by Guy & Koblnson
on.I.T. Watcrliouso for SISI.r.S
III favor of AKamura and cniloi-siwl by
Aknmura and Ahko. Not cei tain about
tho number of cents. Payiu-iit i-t
NOTICE of SALI3.
XfK. IIOnCllT B.MtNFIEI.D aHI
ill hold a piivate ile. at Iw studio,
.pipfkcl's Block, dmine; the nftenioiin
ot &.ituiday mid Monday next. When
he will offer a selection of local -lii-ws
in b ith oils and watercolors, at veiy
much reduced rates for cash. r,Vj til
TO i:ENT or LEASE
tji A 'T'lIAT desirable Premise;
l&vVT' - "" "'"'t sticct, In tin
MSStssi MeJncrny llluck.'1 tecenth
ny llluck. ' lecently
oecudi'd by J. N. S. Willlain?, siiltablti
for olllce "or stoic. For information
apply to ofllce Union Iron Woiks, Ei
plumule, or to
OWlin J.N. S. WILLIAMS.
rHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X US columns, puiely local ipaltci
Mailed to forotgu couulriun, 40 pur
INSURANCE IN FORCE.
Jan. 1, 1SS3 $358,935,530
Jan. 1, 1830 419,380,505
Jun, 1, 1690 495,001,970
Jan. 1, 18S8 $ 63,079,615
Jan. 1, 18S9 03,450,180
Jan. 1, 1B0O 105,053,000
NEW POLICIES ISSUED.
i!i !isi! 81I11011 M, Jflilis, GiApr km, Goffeo Gibs, Etc., Bic.
T And will be DELIVERED FREE oi CHARGE to any part of tho city.
HIJL.L oi 3J-ARIC:
Coffee, Ten, Chocoluto & Mill:,
Soused PigV Feet, Cold Hurn,
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Beef, Salad., Etc.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS ! '
A 1..V110E ASSOJ'TMKXT OJ'
JMpc & Olsravollc Tobacco, Pipes,
pj&r Open frfint 3.30 a.
Mutual TeU phono 241. Po.-t
M. until 9:30 y,
Olfiris Ilo. 173.
Uipar & CisaveUo IFoldoi'H. fold Drinks, Tte.
Saturdav night, open all nljiht
Bell Teh phone 2R2.
fcl rt i ?i cy, i
k3 f'vT! Ji ?i v Il
Ti y y y
mc iniit PiiiPiiif
IfaPfc ' S8VBIBU? WtVm i?iMZ
3. riT. JESA.X LliiV.
TAHITI : LEKi
IFiHII Will -and"
Solo Propriotora of BAILEY'S BAUSAFAEILIA z IfiON WAT! 3
Biipr Alo. Hoi Alii, BiBielliie, Benliirryiile, SarsBoarilla, Mineral Welew, Etc
3 All connm'.nlcationH and orders should bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
mmt&iWMfflJ&K&MlwS&S s 1
Ii Preliminary . UJS.
::g.waRBtiL:vtgf-S vrMsrjxvrrjxwi Jtvatzjniaesjovzjz&ss! usvusl.
!iM V ii
a a hiat-zi
HOTEL & FOKT STREETS.
XfiV.' GI?J!t !
BV LAST "MAUIPOSA" I RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF
1 .4 "ft.Ti'rr
& JL1 -dLlii
Number f Pullole-u Issued during tlio yfiar, 30,490.
New Insurjnoo, $151,11 9,088.
ToUl numbor of Policies in fcroa Jinuary i, 1890, 150,381.
Amount at Risk, $495,60 1,970.
WILLIAM H. BEERS, PRESIDENT.
C. O. BERGEL?,
Conor al Agout for tho HaM alian LslandH,
lainln-tuictcd by IU:. TU'lUffsEAi:
to sull at Public Auction,
Oa WEDNESDAY, Ufay tiS,
AT 1W O'CLOCK SOOX.
(Ualcsi prcvlonijly cti-spo-.i.'il of at pi 1
v.ite s-alo) the following Valuable Pio
pfity, (the only rcnsoii for tol ii.f is tho
want 01 tin e to t,n ihu Itoatt-;,
1 30-ft flajiia Liiiicl 'Jib'
With Jbiftii, Sails. Anchor. Chain?,
Etc . Etc.. pplt-uilitlly ilttoil one ami
li'iuly for iipu;
e.r.O Gallons of Napiha for Fuel,
1 .".'l -foot. Xapilm Launch, open boat,
with Awulujf and (ai;
1 Man-of-War Ul-i, with Oaw, Mast ami
Sail; a vciy pn-tty bout;
1 f1r.tninr.nnn " Illin4nnnn "
1 UiilililltUiia iUUUUUiiiS
Prohably thn I'a'tpn f-'nil Doat iu
the hailior, Cutter Rig'-oil;
1 Itarncgat Siienl.hox, 11 Ith Mint and
Sail, and l-'okllii; Ocnter-boaid,
fiiiMicfl In Fancy Woods;
1 Si-foot Life Uoat with Copper Tankn,
1 Canvas Folding Boat
1 EiirII'-Ii Toraclp,
1 (.'oppcrod fieow.
Sails. Spard, IllncLs and Killings of all
1 Foot Lnilio it Tools for Wood, Iron
' and linns
1 L'-llorsu Power SlilpinanL'ii'bf!, ready
to put In a boat with propeller
Buoys, Anchors & Mooring'; also, the
B0ATH0U5E and FURNITURE,
Of tho best description.
The proximity of thn nmv market
iiinkes this boat house a ery Valmiblo
Proputy, thcic Is every convenience to
stowaway and lift llfjlu and heavy bontH,
and Is suitable for a bo it or yacht club,
pilot houu or life paving Slat Ion.
O round rent i 830 pur milium, from
Mes-rn, Lyle ASoireuson.
fifiyThe boats are ready fortrlulat
any time by applying at iho hoHt house,
and evuiy boat U in perfect order.
Which aro now opened out for inspection.
Choice Selection of French Sateenos 2
Faf.t Colors, about 150 Tit-cca at 23 coiUh a yard ; --..,
SCOTCH ZEPHYRS, tho Latent Novelties;
A New Line of TOYAL RATISTE;
PERSIAN MULLS, in tho Latest Do.i-ni;
Ltntm X.Tt-vH ! JLIiu-u Lnn'UFi :
I wish to call the attention that I baio thi.-j eeason inipoited tho I-'incat and
Bcht .'.'elected Stock of
Of Every Description. ISO pes to eelcct from. I havo boiiRht
1,500 Pieces ef Eirisries in Bona from lie Best
An Immense Assortment.
g0 Ladn'8 in want of Embroideries can fiavo 30
psr cent on every
Covnor Hofol & Fori Hlrrnfs
FIGURED INDIA SILK!
THE LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS
Chas. J. FiSHEL-S,
Loading Millinory House, Comer Fort it Hotel st.
eB No. 2 PatteniB alike. I-'at,hionnhln Drct-smakiug upstairs
fill&Df5' l5fiR.P5 HiflWSIf!!
LEWIS J. LfiVEY,
(53 td Auctioneer,
Without a Rival la Price & Quality I
Ono-tliird tho Prioo of tho Royal !
Every Housekeepor Should Uso It
E& A Saving of 33 Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very Boat.
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
r.x)uilv AU for tU HawalUn IilaucU, '