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DAILY BULLETIN 1 HOKOLtJLB, H. L, MAI' &, 1880.
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5ATUKDAY, MAY 21, 1SD0.
May Term of Third Circuit,
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FOMY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT
Tho biennial report of the Minis'
ter of Foreign Affairs to tho Legis
lature is an interesting epitome of
tho tt?o yenrs' event connected
with that department of the Gov
ernment. It is recommended, in
view of the reduction of the volun
teer forces to one battalion iminedi
ntel'v after the insurrection of July
Ic-jt, "that the otllce of Colonel of
Volunteers be tbollsbcd." An in
crease of the amount for the support
of the Hawaiian Bund is asked, to
enable tho pay of 5-omc of its nicin
hers to be raised, and to permit of
more frequent visits of the band to
the outer districts.
Kditok lll'LLC I is :
In your issue of May 20 I notion a
communication from a person who
is nrobablv either ashamed or afraid
1 to MRn Iih nanT1 to it, and theu-fore
writ'", under the nom lc plume, of
"Kool.ui," in which ho stall", "tho
native luborcts on .sugar plantations
(in Kool.ni) were told thai they
could seek employment el-ewhcre
if they voted for the National Ho
form candidate" on the 11th instant.
As far as, .it least, one of those plan
tations lleoia, is concerned, this
statement i ab-olutely false, and
without the shallow of foundation in
Met, 1, a clerk for tho Ileum plan
tation, know that the lat native who
was discharged from here was a boy
(not a otfr) named Harry, who wan
discharged on April fith, nil., for re
fusing to obey oidens and I chal
lenge Mr. "ICoolan" to name a "in
gle employee of thii plantation who
can tiuthfully say thai he was
threatened with dismissal if he
voted for uthu one of the candidates.
11. ( Ovumikn,
HookLecpii llreia Agric Co. Lmi.
Mav 21. 100.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Whitsunday. Cathedral sor ices :
Holy Communion 0:00 a. in.
-Morning prayer and Holy Com
munion (choral) 0:110 a. m. .Sermon
by Ik-v. II. H. Gowen.
Hawaiian Kvcnsoug, 3:110 p. m.
Scimon by Rev. W. II. Haines.
Evening prayer G p. m. Seimon
bv Hi. Hev. the liishop of Honolulu.
The llnal performance of the Mi
kado by local amateuni last night
was biilliant. There was a ciowdcd
house, all the standing room being
occupied. Mr. W. L'lehardsou made
bis debut in the part of Poo Hah,
und his clear utterance of eong and
ppcech won general applause. Those
who had appeared in the previous
perfotinanco were apparently in
better voice, and they showed
greater freedom of action than be
fore. In consequence the perform
ance as a whole was much improved.
Enthusiasm on the part of the audi
ence was undiminished. There has
ptobably never been a run of one
play here where the last time was
-uch a hucccss. The perfotmance
was a benelil to 1'iof. G. SauUel,
musical conductor of the opera.
1'iof. l'cigcr played violin to tho
conductor's, piano in the accompaniments.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Hy the barkentine -Mary Winkol
man several days later news is
ccived from the outside world.
McKinley in the tariff debate on
the 7th inst. said that putting sugar
on the f ice list would increase the
.Miss Lillie Hosecians, daughter
of the General, was married to
Governor Toole of Montana, at
Washington, May 7.
Two hundred persons perished in
the burning of the Loiigue l'ointe
insane asylum, near Moutieal. Dr.
Duquet is missing. The inmates
were fascinated by the flames and
rushed into them. Lunatics were
wandering into .Monti eal after the
Coal mineis throughout the United
States wcie about to make a general
Collisions between strikers and
police iiavo happened in France
Win. II. Guion, Jr., partner in the
Guion steamer line, was discovered
stealing SUO.OOO of bonds.
The Singer Sewing Machine works
have been burned.
TrusuAY. May 13.
The Court opened at 9 o'clock.
Kc.u'AL.viiAL.wu, called for the
prosecution and sworn: Live at Ho
nokaa ; sr.17 Goto niter takon down
from polo : wr.s shown the rope that
hung him; have been in Mills'
store; before that time saw rope
similar to that in Mills' store; it
was on Saturday, 27th of October;
there wa n coil of this, and some
small rope besides ; it wa? the hist
Saturday before the Japanese was
killed; when I saw the tope that
hung Goto I remembered it was the
same kind of rope that I saw in
Cross-examined by Mr. DaviiNuti
None of my family have had any
trouble with Mills; have a son-iu-law
named Dan Lansing, a China
man ; don't know anything about
Mills having Dan Lansing arrested ;
1 did no on his bond ; Mills did ar
rest him ; it wa9 before the Walmea
jury term, two or three months be
fore that, before the hanging of
To Mr. Peterson The charge
against Dan was that of having
opium in possession.
D. W. Kuliiaa, sworn Lie at
Ilouokaa, am acquainted with Mills,
kuowwhe:e his store is; remember
hanging of Goto; previous to that
I heard .Mills ask natives why they
bought goods at that, new stole;
they told bun because thty could
get more for their money.
Asui-'ouD Si'i.sxKU, (.worn I am
Deputy Sheiiff of Knhala; was at
Ilouokaa latter pail of October and
llrst of November, helping Sherili
Hitchcock looking up evidence in
the murder cae; Mills told me the
rope must hae come out of bin
store, that he had a piece like it on
his lumber wagon.
Cros-examiiifd by Mr. Davidson
It was the same day thai Lula
was pent foi hy the Stieiilf ; while
I wtiB talking with Mills, Lala came
back fiotn the courthouse; I tool:
part in the investigation by fetching
witnesses; I said to Mills it was cu
rious we couldn't lind any of that
rope, and then he said he sold some
of the same kind but could not tell
how long sinca.
A. P. BmciiwooD, .sworn I am a
policeman in the Hamakiia district;
recollect a tire in the cane on Over
end's plantation, also an investiga
tion into the tiro on Sunday, the
next day after the fire, in Mills'
store; 1 know Mills, and Steele;
Steelo was at the investigation,! had
a conversation with him. He said,
"Hello Hricl:;" I said, "Hello
Tom;" be said, "I say, Hrick, that
Japanese keeping the store nxt
door is at the bottom of that lire.
Now, Uriel;, if ou hear of anything
done to that Japanese, just nay
nothing about it."
Cross-examined by Mr. Davidson
1 had a ditllculty with Steele
about last June, we made it all up;
1 said, 'lorn, tueie sno need lor us
to be enemies," and we shook
hands; the conversation about the
fire was in the morning; we were
talking in a low tone of voice; 1 am
not excited at nil.
Mr. Neumann .May it please
your honor, I desire that Judge Ly
man take the stand.
Jcdgi Ly.ua k, sworn by the Chief
Justice I conducted the prelimin
ary examination of John Kichmund ;
took evidence in wiiling, have not
kept it in memory.
Mr. Hatch objects that the evi
dence is not admissible.
The Court rules that until the tes
timony of Richmond is contradicted,
it is not competent to introduce tes
timony to support it. The objec
tion is sustained.
The prosecution icsIm at a qu it
to 10 o'clock.
e insurance w
ISSUED 1Y Tin:
OF NEW YORK
Oillco, Jfos. IMG & 318 Broadway, N. Y.
ItlC!!AItS A. McG'tJKDY, lVcdiileut.
toOr For full particular apply to
JANUAIiy 1, isoo.
Amount of Net Assets, January 1, 1839 S60.G24.33G 10
Premiums $20,02 1,(355.0(1
Lcxsdrfcncd premiums, Jan.
Intcrct and rent, etc fi,028,05t).a8
Le-s Interest acci tied Jan. 1, , ..
lSS'J -151.0(15.21 4,577,315.11 $20,10:5,200.21
Lojmv by death, and Endowment mat und
anil discounted (including leveiHiynary
additions to name) $0,2552,01)5.51)
Dividends (including mortuary - dividends),
uiinuilic. and purchased itiHiiranee. 5,800,023 10
Total paid policy holder. 12,1 2 1,1 2 1.00
Taxes .nut io-inui.inecs
C'inimi-ions (iueluding advanced and com
muted cotnmii-sions), brokerage, agency
expenses, physician' fees. etc. ..
and law expense,-, rents, nnbaier, adver
tising, printing, etc ...
S. 33. xtossra,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
latl 9 tea s?
1119 vUB 1 LS
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
W -mm f J
r00.70.S 50? 17,000,279.07
Cui-b on deposit, on baud, and i-i transit.
L'uiled ."St. lies ilondn and olber bonds .md
htoekft Cmaik.t ,iln.-,.'jOO,i:53...n 1)1) . .50,112,10.41
Heal e.vtal.- i:i,212,871.J7
ltoudr .iid .Mm teases, firM lien on real e.-talo
(liuildini; thereon infilled fur flJ.C'H),
lit Ml and the policies ttisignid to. the
CoiuiMtiv iio additional eollateial n-cur-iiy)
Tempoiarj l.o.tu.s (market aliic d (curiti.?-i
held a culhiii'ial, .i'-l,071,50:i)
li.ins mi oidius policies (the Hesene on
tbu-c policies, included in Liabilities,
amounts to over Sf2,000,000)
"Quarterly and t-emi-annual premiums on e
iting iiolieie?, duo subsequent to Janu
ary 1, ISOO
l'remiumr' on existing pulicies in course of
tr.infinis'don and colleution. (,'1'hu Re
t.ero on these polieie1-, included in
I.iabiIilieS, la eslimaUd at $1,700,000)..
Agency Huluiices '
Aietued inleiest on iuci,tnient.j, J.muary 1,
1S0O. . . ....
Uutter Ci acker-,
s, Etc, Etc.
tPST And will be DRLIVF.HED FHEE of OUARGK
I3IL.T-, of" FAKE
to any part of the city. jg$
CofTtO, Tea, Chocolate A Milk,
Soused Pie;' Feet, fold Hani,
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Beef, Salatlf, Etc.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA - AMERICAN CIGARS !
J11.SU Cl-101 ,027,322.46
Market value ol scitirltits over coU value on Company's books $4,020,278. DO
"A di tilted sehiJnU of tlese i.'mis v.it! (Kconifaiiy Ike .ual ttnr.u.i! tefortjileJ tvik
,'a liniini'icv )efttrinint of tin State 0 Aw Votk.
TOTAL ASSETS, Jan. 1, 1S90 8105,053,600.90
X 1..UIOK ASSOUTMUN'T 0"
lMp iS; OljJirolto Tobacco, i'lpes,
0 Open from 11 .150 a. m. until 0:I!0 v
Mutual Telephone 2-11. l'ost Otlico llo.v 17S.
C'igiir & Oigarelto Holders, Cold UrlnltP,
Katunlay iiibt, ojien till niht. Dell
anyTT.ru i ,n -Mig
O. rL .OA-XI.li2Y,
LEiOH, : OREAM
N : LEMOSAO
Aiiliioiulftlrrt UN fiillimMi
Aj.proved losses in couice of payment. . .i
Reported bosses awaiting proof, &o
Maiuud ondowmentti, due and unpaid, (chiiins
Annuities, duo anil unp.iul, (claims not pie-
i-elllud) .... .
Ki.i'iwd for ie-iniirimce on etisling policie.i
(Aetuaiiec' tabic 1 )?r cent, iulciest) ..
lI(.eiiU for contingent liabilities
in Toulino Dixnlcnil Fund,
January 1, 1SS0, ovor and
above a 1 per cent. Keneivo
on c.i'.tinK policies of that
claw . . UC-123,777.13
Additiou to tho Fuuddmins ISM) 2,300,510.10
Solo Proprietora of BAILEY'S 8AHSAPARILLA & IRON WATEK,
ninrrnii ln TTnn Kin nnnnndinn DnfinhnnmrnHn Onnonnmiilln UrTinnnnl 1?
Uliipi ii io, iiuu aid, ui DiiauiuD, naopuoinQiiu, uaiQapimn, Jiiiuoioi
iztr All oonunmilrntlons nil orders sliould bo nddreKsi'd to
BENSON, SMITH k CO.,
DEDUCT .8,72 1,317.20
Returned to Tontino iiolicy-hold-eis
during Ibe year on ma
tured Tontines 1,010,20-i.lS
C'OHNElt HOTEL & FOKT
' ,loiBs :
RV I.AfiT "MAUirOSA
I RECEIVED A
Ibduncc of Tonline Fund, January 1, 1800. .
Reserved for picmiumd paid in advance..
The high price of lice has affoi fl
ed quite a number ol parents in
.lapan a sympathy-demanding ex
cuse for endeavoring to rid them
selves of responsibilities thoy have
created. Several of these cases we
have already chioniclcd, and we
have now to report :i further one.
We nro told by the .Jiji Shimpo that
on Tuesday a man named Morita
Ohoklehi, failing to find employ
ment and owing to the continued
advance in the puce of rice, threw
his two-year old child into the Su
mlda river. Afterwards he confess
ed Ida crime, and we prusumo will
bo seveiely puniahed; for, after all,
poverty does not palliate murder,
and It is in this lipht wo view Mo
D0U3 THAT MsDE LITTLE USt UF
A correspondent of tho Field tells
a curious story of animal sagacity.
He once knew a dog who used to
tun on the legs of one bide a sort
of one-sided shambler. The animal
would start iu the usual way, and
when he had acquired a sufficient
momentum tuck up the legs of one
side and leaning over ton aid the
other side, scamper along on two
legs until utcu. lie wouiti men .ie.
quite tresh impetus, and give the
other legs a turn of this exhilarating
exercise. The correspondent writes
from Cyprus not Crete.
Andthis recalls tho btory of the
greyhound, whose mabter was an
expert bicyclist, and was accustom
ed to run down hill, with his legs
tucked up on the machine. The
greyhound, it .speedy and highly in
telligent creature, always Mcnicd to
take extreme pleasure in thin feat,
and one day, to his master's aston
iohmciil, suddenly drew all his legs
under him and fchot past the bicycle
at an elevation of some live feet irom
the ground. Three times only, in
the course of a long descent, he just
touched the ground with his left
hind foot, and met his master at the
foot of the hill with frisks and
hounds, having traveled nearly tin eo
hundred yards in the air. It is a
curious fact, but the chrouiclo as
serts that, on tho death of this dog,
elementary wing processus weto
found on bU shoulder blades, which
seems to indicate that hu had a
natural predilection for flying.
1 London Tirana.
Diutlble Suratus (Company' New Staittliid) 7,517,823.28
$105,053, 000. Sf.
Surplcs, by tha New York Stalo Stand nil (including the
XKW GOJ.M I
LAHUK STOCK OF
Krom tho undivided surplus, as above, the Ibuid of Trustees have de
clared a Reversionary dividend to participating policies in proportion tn
their contribution to surplus, available on s-ettleinent of net annual
RETURNS TO rOLlCY-MOLDCHS.
INSURANCE IN FORCE.
I am hmi acted hy Dk. TROI'SSEAU
to sell at Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, Jluy 28,
AT iti O'CLOCK XlON.
(L'nle-iK previously disposed efatpil-v.m-
Mile) the following Viiluablu I'ro
Iieiij, (the nuly reason in mjI big U tlm
warn ot Uii.c lii iiti-1 lit; Bout-),
.. . i. I r i
k nninn ntinii i nil n'
a mi i in i it
Jan. 1, 188R 83,070,815
Jan. 1, 1889 IKVliO.lS-O
Jan. 1, lbOO 105,053,000
NEW l'OLICIES ISSUED.
Number ol Peliolea Itsued during the year, 39,499.
Now Insurance, 5101,11 9,088.
Tobil nunibar of f'aliolea in furoo January I, 1890, 150,381.
Amount ot Risk. $495,001,070.
5 If! 12t-fod
WILLIAM H. BEUR3, PRESIDENT.
C. O. BERGEK,
Qenoi nl Agoni for the llavnllft IkIhihIh.
With Masts, Sails Author, C'lialm.
Etc . Etc.. Fiilcinlldly Oiled out ami
l early for ilf'e ;
J.IO Cfiilloiw of Nnptha lor Fuel.
1 lit -foot, Nnptha l.aimeli, upon liO'it,
with Awiibig and Oars;
1 Muu-oMVni' ilg, with Oais, Mast and
Sull; a voiy pretty boat;
1 Catamaran "law
I'rohably tlm Faiteat 5iill Itont In
tho haibor, Cutter Rigged;
I llnuu'at Siicakliox, with M.ita nml
Sal', and Folding Centur-bnard,
(luNhecl In Kancv Wood;
1 22-fooi Lifulinal with Coppur Tanks,
1 Canvas Folding Boat
1 English Coiaeb',
1 Coppered scow.
Sails. Spins, Hlnek
1 Font Lathe . Tools
1 a-Horse I'owci'hhipiunu Engine, ready
to put In a boat with propi-lliir
ltuoyb, Anchors A, Mornings; iijo, the
BOATHOUSE and FURNITURE,
Of the best doseUpliou,
The proximity of the new market
makes this boat house a wry Valuable
I'lopitty, theie la ewiy convenience-to
Mowawav and lift light and heavy boulu,
and Is suitable for a bout or yacht club,
pilot liousu or life caving station.
Ciiotind rent Is 530 pur annum, from
MeiMs. Lylo ASoireusou.
ttSThe lioiitR are iraily fnrtilnlat
uny time by applying at th! bout house,
and every ltoal Is In perfect oider.
Fancy Goods !
Which arc now opened out for inspection.
Choice Selection of French Sateencs !
I'aiU Colore, about 150 Piccew at 25 conta n yard ,
SCOTCH ZEl'HYRS, the Latest Novelties;
A New Line of TOVAL BATISTE;
PERSIAN MULLS, in tho LalPit Dctigns;
XL,iii J-ttiviiH ! Uiaoii T.ii-vi:u :
I wUh to call tho attention that I have this seaFon imported the Finest and
Best Selected Stock of
Of Eery Description. 180 pcj to select from. I have bought
1,500 Pieces of iitti in Boi I'm lie East
An Inimcnso Assortment,
LadtCH in want of Embroulenoa can savo 30 pe.r cent on ovory
Corner llolol & Fori, Stroots,
nd l'lttlugs o( tdl
for Wood, Iron
FIGURED INDIA SILKS
THE LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Leading Milbnory House, Corner Fott i Hotel fte
gjtT No. 2 Patterns alike. Fashionable Dressmaking upstairs u3
LlYIS J. LEVEY,
M2 td Atiotlonv,
Without u Jilval in Trlro & Quality I
Ono'third iho Prioa of tho Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Ubo It !
SZST A Saving uf 3:1 Per Cmit iu Cost and Quality tho Very Dst. j&g
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive AgentH for tbo Flawalinn Inkudi,