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' l THE EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. 1., MAItOH 13, 18'JO. 8
' MW1M1MMMMM1MM I DELUGE OF RAIN ON MAUI
38 PERFUMES gig:
Roger and Gollet,
Gosnell's. in all odors
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
Of 1ST 13 w YORK.
ASSETS $23,723,677. 13
Legal Reserve to Policy Holders 20,866,008.00
Surplus to Policy Holders 257Ii595.9S
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 38,331,242.67
Claims by death paid to Beneficiary Policy Holders 20,846,623.84
Matured Endowments paid to Policy Holders 5,524,720.07
Life Annuities paid to Policy Holders 327,474.70
Dividends and Surrenders paid to Policy Holders 11,632,424.06
Tho Gei-manla lssuo nil Din latest nnd most liberal forms of Life, Instal
ment, Income) Dlvlilond, Kndowinonl or Hnnd Pollclos.
GEAR, LANSING & CO., General Acents.
EMMETT MAY, Manager.
1029 210 King street, Honolulu.
THE CONNOISSEUR'S JOY IS
vc xnoi v 'jai
AMD HIS JUDGMENT FOR PURITY
Y W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
TolOJDllOll .NO. 4-
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
. . . .IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN....
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New goods rrtoolveil ly every paokst from the States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All orders fxl'liftilly attended to, and (roods delivered
TO ANY PART OP THE CITY FREE.
Gonor.il Agents for tho Sanitarium Brand of Health Poods.
Island Order Bolloltoil. Satlsfaotlon Guaranteed
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
Ahclilnes Sold on Installments. Renting and Repairing.
Parts and Needles for All Machines.
L. F. PRESCOTT,
Wheeler & Wilson
LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH COMBINED.
FORT, NEARIJIIOTEL 8TREET, -BIJ- HONOLULU, II. I.
Handsome Vehicles !
On tlio Mohlo.ui wo rocolved a largo lot of tho Latost Styles
In SURREYS, PHOTONS and ROAD CARTS, which will make
sultablo Gifts. '
Honolulu Carriage Hanufactory
W- "W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
1034 V FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HILO.
Is a pretty
goo'l paper for
??.?o per an
who use its col
Without a Rival.
BECAUSE IT APFEALS TO HIS
PALATE FOR TASTE
P. O. Box 146
Th. La it Car.
Tho(last cara of tho King street
lino going to Wnikiki and Palama
pass tho Anchor Saloon. The
oloverost mixologists in tho city
are there always to put you up
anything you may dosiro. Drop
in and tako a drop before you tako
tho car. The celebrated Heattle
beer is to be had here on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tho
famous A. A. Joesa Moore Whisky
etc, always on hand. Tho most
oxaotinp and Taried demands can
bo satisfied. Tho Anohor Saloon
is hero to ploaso its patrons.
to Bridges and Inundation of
Roads and Fields.
Coincidence o Death ct Ancestor or Kalulani
Tax Official Dies Falalfly to a
Japanese from Landslide.
Wailuku, March Hi Jupiter
Pluviuu reignoJ supremo on the
whole island of Maui last Sunday,
March 5. It rained heavily all
day from early morn uutil dark
and all tho etroums woro runniug
high. Reports from Hana and
Lahaina and other districts aro of
plentiful rain in thoso districts
Tho Waiehu bridgo was damaged
duriug tho day uud traffic shut off.
The Ilonokohau bridgo was car
ried away, whilo tho Wailuku
steel bridgo stood tho test all
right but it was uowrtbolosa tor
ribly shaken by tho froshots, as
tho Iao stream rushed dowu in
mul torrents, inundating its
Ollicer Iokama reached Wailu
ku jail in the afterooou in chargo
of two uativoa arrosted for an
olTonso, thoy having como all tho
way on horseback during tho
heavy rain storm in thoir thin
olothes for nearly thirty miles
from Kanaio, a small village be
yond Dlupalakua. They report
ed that tho ronds they traveled
woro llooded with wator reaching
to tho horses' bellies. Tho roads
from Eihei to Maalaea and on to
Wailuku woro in tho same condi
tion, but notwithstanding all these
difficulties tho young woman in
tho party braved tho elements liko
a truo Amazon hero. The purty
wero furnished with warm cloth
ing on arrival at tho jail and woro
mado coinfortablo as possible.
During tho day J. K. Iosopa of
Hana telephoned that it was rain
ing heavily in his district and that
it appoarod as though tho dolugo
was again appearing, but he had
no foarB as to tho safety of hiiUBelf
and his family
In Iao valley tho flumes of tho
Wailuku plantation for convoying
water to its cane fields, also tho
flumes for carrying wator to tho
Waiknpu cane fielde, wore daraag
ed and tho water from thoso
wooden flumes rushed to tho val.
Heavy rocks from tho hill woro
moved from thoir foundations,
whero thoy havo boon lying for
ages, and thesn threatened des
truction to tho lives of tho inhabi
tants of this lovely valley, but
fortunately no ono wbb injured,
for tho falliug stones fell quite
over tho houses but somotimes in
close proximity to children's
hoHils. Tho earth carried down
by tho wator from tho neighbor
ing hilU accumulated in front of
Judge Kalua's valloy premises as
though henpod there by human
Tho ditch for suDnlvinc Wniln-
ku residents wiili water wis dam
aged. All duy Monday workmen
wero putting tho ditch into condi
tioo, and now the town pooplo Hro
having their regular supply of
mountain water again. Shoriff
JJaluwin, chairmnu of tho roiid
board, together wiih Dim Quill,
uiu nmu supervisor, wero out on
Monday investigating the damages
to roads and to tho wator supply.
The cane fields of tho WhiIuku
plantation also suffered dainago,
the rico fields and young cauo Do
ing submorgod in several places.
Tho company's mill was iloodod
nil day on Sunday and sonio dam
age was dono to tho mao'iinery.
About tou inches of rain fell dur
ing tho day at Waikapu, and over
twolvo inches at Wailuku. Kahu
luiand environments also had
thoir full share of rainfall during
the day. Workmen aro now at
work repairing tho dam ago done
by tho rain.
Tho Lahaina pali road, which
was completed but a week nrn.
and which has been the prido of
Maui, was wreoked in places, but
tho damago BUBtained has boon
Since the receipt on Tuesday
morning by tho Holono of tho sad
uowa of tho untimolv doath nf
'Princess Kaiulani. tho native.
havo boon according tho cause of
this heavy downpour of tho ele
ments to the doath of this alii nui
of tho land, for tbo aliiB aro bo
lievod to bo descendants of tho
gods and in oloso connection with
tho invisible powers, and thoy
nerceivo that: "Whon beucars
dio, thoro aro no comets seen; tho
heavens thomeolvcs blaze forth
the death of priuces." And this
belief is, moreover, onhanced by
tho fnct or rathor tho stranno
coincidence that last. Sunday,
March G, was tho 78th auniverenry
of tho death of Likeliko (the first),
wifo of Kalaimoku, and nu ances
tor of tho deceased princess.
As soon as the sad news reach
ed Wailuku of tho death of
Princess Victoria Kamatnalu Ka
wokiulani Kaiulani, the flags of
tho Court Houbo and thoso of our
osteomed townsmen, Judgo J. W.
Ealua and Sonator A. N. Kepoi
kai, wero placed at halfmast out of
respect to hor memory.
Captain Miss Hastings of tho
Salvation Array returns to Hono
lulu this week, and Captain Jon
kins is horo now as hor successor.
Since Cant. Jonkins' arrival the
familiar notes of the army drum
aro heard again.
Most of our citizons, to scttlo
differences, often resort to tho
closed fists, and thou offer tho opou
uauu ot fellowship alter tho on
Magistrate McKay'wout to Na
hiku this week on a visit of in
spection to his oitato over thoro.
Ho returned in the Olaudine to
day. Last Tuesday morning, hardly
forty-eight hours nftor tho doluuo
of Sunday, clouds of rod dust
woro soon toward tho direction of
Wailuku mill susponded opera
tions for two days this woek on
account of tho damago dono thoro
to by tho recent flood. Kama
ainas of Wailuku state that thoy
have never soon Bitch heavy rains
tor a poriou or ovor ton yoars.
Tho foat of enduranco perform
ed by tho 15-yoiii- old Hawaiian
girl who was brought to Wailuku
jail trom ilanaio, a distanca of
nearly thirty miles, during a
heavy rainstorm, cannot porhaps
bo ropentod by our American
girls. When bIio loft for her
home on tho following day sho
looked as though just starting out
on bor honoymoon troop.
Rev. W. Ault will hold matins
at tho Wailuku Anglican Church
tomorrow morning. Holy Com -
muuion will follow tho morning
Tho Wailuku Sugar Plantation
Iibb disposed of somo of its old
machinery to tho Kona Sugar Co,
and on last Tuesday, tho Amoric
an Bchooner Alton. Cant. Neilson.
left Kahului for Kona with a big
loan or bbiu macumory. Tho
boilers will be taken ovor to Kona
on tho next trip of tho Alton. Mr.
Brodo, tho ongineor of said Plan
tation, superintended the removal
of tho maohinory from Woiluku
to Kahului and on to tho vessel.
S. E. Kaloikau, deputy magis
trate of Wailuku, fined twonty
two Jjipanoso laborors S2 each for
refusing tho lawful commands of
their mastors at tho Sprockolsvillo
A publio mooting was hold in
the Wailuku court houao on Thurs
day evening, March 9, 1899, for
tho purpose of drafting resolutions
of condolenco to bo forwarded to
tho fathor and relatives of tho lato
Princess Kaiulani, and the resolu
tions by the comraitteo aro for
warded to tho Bulletin. Among
thoso present at the mooting woro
tho following residents of Wuilu
ku: Judgo J W Kalua, Sheriff L
M llaldwin, Deputy Sheriff W G
Scott, Senator A N Kepoikai, Rov
J vM Lewis, Dr Weddiok, Dr
Boote, and Messrs W T Robinson,
G Goodness, S Kuula, G H Cum
in in GS, G B Robortson, Jas K
Simnders, J L Coko, W E Bal.Jas
N K Keo'n, and a fow others.
Hon John W Kalua, Judge of
tho Secoud Cirouit Court, goos to
the capital this week on business,
and likowise to nttond tho funeral
of tbo late Princess Kaiulani.
John Kanakamaikai of tho Wai
luku tax forco died at his homo in
Wailuku on Friday ovening,March
10, ngod about 35 yoars. Ho has
boon for along timo Buffering
with homorrhago of the lungs, and
long ngo, Dr. Woddick gavo nn
all hopes of his recovery; but how
ho Burvived these two months was
a myBtory to tho physicians, for
ho waB reduced almost to a skele
ton. Tho deceased loavos a wifo
and fivo children including twins.
Mr. Manuel Dutro succeeds him
in tho tax office. Kanakamaikai
is said to Havo beon a vory hard
drinkor, houco his lung trouble.
It is said that Mr. Johnnio Wil
son nnd Judgo MoKny had to
swim across a raging stream in
order to get to Nahiku on their
way from Hana.
A Jnn was killed by a laudsido
at tho new Nahiku road last Wed
nesday. The other members of tho
gang working ou the samo roau
narrowly oscapod from being
buried by tho samo landslide.
Tom Clark and others are call
ing for a public meo'.ing of na
tives at tho skating rink next
week, probably Monday, for the
purpose of cettiuc ui resolutions
of condolonco to bo presented to
tho families of tho IhIo Princess
Kaiulani. Speech making and n
general flow of oratory will be in
A riding party of four, includ
ing three ladies and chaperoned by
genial Harry A. Baldwin, mau
agorof Haiku Plantation, visited
Iao Valloy today and paid homage
to the beautiful goddess of that
American Mcssongor servico.
Masonio Toraplo.Telophono -144.
Hotels and Restaurants.
Beaver - Lunch
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor,
ThB Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
At alt, nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
: IN THE :-
At $8 nnd $10 pep month.
CALL AND SEE THEM
:: Near the New Theater
Best Meals in the City !
Proparod and sorvod by whl to em
Opon day nnd night.
1150 C. T. GOW, atanagor.
Fine Sea Bathing and mountain
All Trains to and from Honolulu I
S.opt t)i Hole! I
Albert Toogood, Proprietor.
J. W. CHAPMAN
Announces to tho public that ho la now
opon for ongagomonts to tako clmrgo of
Banquets, Balls, Dinners and Gordon
Parties, Socials, otc.
Address caro Union Express Company
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 NUUANU ST.,
NEAR HOTEL ST.
CHAS. LIND, Prop'r.
First-class moals, under tho supervis
ion ot a whlto man, eorvod from 5 a, in.
to8p.m. MEALS "nVENTY-FrVECto.
l'ostofflco Hox 112.
A First-class Kosort In overy rospect.
Tho host 25-cont moal to bo had,
ICE CREAM 15 CENTS A PLATE.
LOOK HOP A CO.,
1008 rioriitanla and Fort streets.
310 KING STREET.
gy Difficult CollectiODS a Specialty.
F. N. OTREMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving. t
TORT STRCCT, HONOLULU, 11 I
mil floor Honolulu Pltnlnc Mill. mi
Real Estate and Insurance.
- t k4i t-gy m rt-Vi-W
t jfc yg
JL.lJJ'Ji and IPIRB
AGENTS FOR ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
Bruce Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Money to Loin on Mortgages.
Wa arb agents ron
Svea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurance Co. of Phik
Rooms 7 an 0. Ttlephont jJ,
Real Estate Broker,
209J MERCHANT ST.
Twolvo Chinoso Granlto Hitching
Posts, $5 each.
Proorty In town.
HOUSES TO L17T.
w. c: ACHI & CO,,
Brokers & Dealers
CF" Wo will Buy or Sell Ron! Estatoln
ill parts of tho gronp.
EW We will Bell Properties on ttenson
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
OFFICE, C32 FORT STREET.
i i .... i ,T.. , i .
Unllod Statos Custom Honso llrokor,
Accountant, Soarclior of Tlllos and
Gonoral llitsinohs Agent.
OFFICII No. 15 Knahunmnii fitroot,
Honolulu. Formerly A. Rosa's ofllce.
JAS. F. MOROAN,
Membci ot Honolulu Slock Cxchtnet.
P. O. Dox sm.
General Manager of
fhe Equitable Life Assurance Society
Ot the United States (or the Hawaiian
Onions Merchant stroot, nonolnin i
JAS. F. MORGAN,
0UTIONEKK AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
iatato and Furniture.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stook ami Bond Broker.
Member ot the Honolulu Stolc Dtchaage.
Offlco Quoon streot, npposlto Union
Telephone s6. P.O. Box )7j. 1044
C ABINETM AKERS.
rURNCRS AND POLISHERS ot all VlnJs ot Nllvt
WooJi. CALAIIASIICS In slock and lo orJer.
K1NU MKL1. 1,
534 FORT ST.,
-Near comer of Chaplain Lan
le and Repairing at Short Notice,
i In th best possible manner