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THE EVENING BULLBTTN. HONOLULU, H. I., MARCH 20. 18JI9.
FOR THE SEASON !
3 PERFUMES gig:
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's, in all odors
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,
Malic Cologne, Without a Rival.
FORT AND HOTEL STS..
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
t IVEW YORK.
ASS ETS $23,723,677 . 1 3
Legal Reserve to Policy Holders 20,866,008.00
Surplus to Policy Holders 2, 57 1 , 595 .95
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
Tlin (Jormiinlii Uhiio nil Uin htoHt and moit liberal forms of Life, Inslal
mont, Iiicomn Dividend, Endnwmnnt nr Bond Pollolos.
GEAR, LANSING & CO., Generaf Agents.
EMMETT MAY, Manager.
1029 210 King street, Honolulu.
THE CONNOISSEUR'S ioy is
Ymkw " E. 4i4JT . . i
AND HIS JUDGMENT FOR PURITY
w. c. peacock: & CO., Ltd.
L. TeleplioneilSTo. 4-
H. E. JVEcINTYRE & BRO.,
. . ..IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN....
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
Sv ondi ro v-d tiy everv naok-t. from Uie Atata nnd Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All onlorn M nfutly attended to, anil iritoiN delivered
TO ANY PART OF THE OITY FREE.
Genoral Agon's for tho Sanitarium Brand of Health Eoods.
Island Order' riolloltwl. Stlsfaotlon Quurtateedi
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
Machines Sold on Installments. Renting and Repairing.
Parts and Needles for All Machines.
L. F. PRESCOTT,
Wheeler & Wilson
LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH COMBINED.
FORT, NEAR HOTEL STREET, - - HONOLULU, II. I.
On tho Mohlcm wo rocol ved a largo lot of the Latest Styles
In SURREYS, PHOTONS and 110AD OAHTS, which will mako
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
TV. WWRIGHTf Prop'r.
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
goo.! paper for
Si. 50 per an
who use Its col
BECAUSE "IT APPEALS TO HIS
PALATE! FOR TASTE
P. O. Box 145
FOUT STREET, AROVE HOTEL.
Office at the Hawaiian Chinese Newj Co
II No. 8H Klnc street, Honolulu, H.I.
Cooks, Walters, Yardmen, Plantation La
borers, and all Hinds of employees furnish
ed promptly on short notice.
This Agency fully examines all appli
cants for employment as to their compe
tency before sending them to Its patrons.
Tel. Sa p. O. Box g6
J The Bulletin, 75 cents pir month.
UTE NEWS OF WA1LUKU
Hermit Spaniard Castro Found Doad
in His Hot.
St. Patrick's Day Celebrated at Spreckelsvllle-
Commissioner Kenny a Visitor Police
Force Expresses Esteem for Mr. Smith.
Wniluku, Mnui, March 18.
Mrs. W. A. Mo liny, post mistress
and wifo of tho District Mugis
trntf, loft for l"Inolulu per Ma
una Lm laxt TuoHclny. Sho leaves
for tho Const por 8, S. Doric to
pppnil a well carnnd vticntion.
JtidH McKay will nttend to the
(latins of tho poBtolllo" during her
temporary nuseoco from tho coun
try. Gonial MunaRcr W. P. Pnrnt
of tin (ixluhrriteil Kihei Plantntioii
pid Wniluku a flyiug visit on
Moudny of this wo k. Ht reportH
everything goiug on harmonious
ly nt Kihei.
Mr. Knhnlu an old hand on tlip
Wniluku pl'intatiou Ijhb roiio t
Kihei. is siil to bo no all
round plantation man, n ho un
dtrstauds plantation work to a
nicety, from the ciro of initios to
layiug flumes aloug procipituou9
Senator A. N. Kepolkii took the
Kioau ltat Wed ody in-iming
at Mnalaea for Wiimna, Hawaii.
Among tho visitors to Wailuku
towu this week was a Mr. Z dt
witz who is eniiJ to bn a Quo musi
cian. Ho whs Austrian vico con
huI at San Francisco for somo
time, so hid friouda- claim.
Ex British Oommisxionor W.
J. Keuney wan tho guott of Mr.
and Mrs. L. von Tompsky thin
week. The noted visitor paid
visit to tho groat ixtitict crater of
Hajeakala aud today Mr. Kenney
vtsit-d lao Vrtltav. He returns to
Honolulu per Olaudine.
The members of tho Wniluku
Hui Abba Aina (Nativo Patriotic
Society) mot at tho nkatinu rink
last Wrtduesday uveuing for tlitt
uurpodu of getting up resolutions
of condolence rt'lntinu' lo ht dnath
of the Into Princess Kaiulani.
The meeting authorized Moi-m.
Tom OU.k, J. T. Alnli anil S. E.
Kniue as committee to formulnt
thH resolution and forward to the
Hon, A. S. Cleghoru.
Geo. Hons, of tho firm of Honn
& Coke, goes to town today. But
lie Uhs no aspiratious nftor tho
attorney generalship of tho Re
public. Tho uewB of tbo resignation of
Mr. W. O. Smith from thrt Cabi
net was received with urofound
regrrt by all Maui today, aud the
Wuiluku polico forco as a small
mark of their estoem for their de
parting hoad rained a subscription
nud iu a little whilo over $100
was collected. The money will
be forwarded to tho Mrshal to
day. Tho road from Waihon to H -nnkohuu
bus boon so damaged by
the recent freshet that trallio un
been impeded. A new bridge 32
feot lonii by 10 feet wido is great
ly noeded at the prdiont time aud
Mr. D. Crowell, the hrtad jailor of
Wailuku, has already submitted
his olans to 8'ieriff Baldwin bb
head of the Rot I lionrd; but of
oourso tho drawback is as tmml
"no appropriation," Meaus how
over will be devisoi for raising'
the noaossary SG00 to enable Mr.
Orowoll to go ahead with the
erection of tho bridge. Thero are
two bridgoi on eithor side of tho
A ball will bo civon bv the
Spreckelsville ladies nnd Rontle.
men this evening at their (knoiug
hall. Tho evening is in coram e
moration of Kamehameha III.
and St. Patrick's Day combined.
A groat timo is anticipated. Somo
of tho Wailuku swells will bo on
hand. About eight of tho Wat
luku leading young men cele
brated Kumohameha III.'s Day
on Friday nftornoon at the Market
G. 13. Robertson, manager of
tho Windsor, one of Wailaku's
favorite resorts for visitors, is
haying an annex to his hotol
built. He has an eye to tho com
iug summer vacntion.
Sheriff Baldwin wt.s summoned
to tho Kula district' yestorday to
look into the matter of tho re
ported death of, an old Spaniard
by tho name of Joo Castro. It
seems that this man about 80
years old alllictod for years with
asthma had for years livod by
himself in a small hut built by
his own hands. Lli frioids have
always desired to care for him,
but tbo oiccnlnc old Spaniard di
not caro for tho alluro'iinnis of
society, 60 ho always preferred 10
live tho lifo of a hermit, ovfii
who 11 old nml nlmost helpless. A
Chinaman who lived withiu 1000
yards of the old Spaniards, rni'H
ed the old man for a loon timo
nnd on his going with others tho
other day to Castro's hut, they
found him dead and in a very ad
vanced staged of decomposition ns
if dead almost n mouth. When
the Sheriff accompanied by Dep
uty Sheriff Wm. King of Maka
wao reached Kula yesterday,
they wero directed to tho place.
They found the body of the old
man still lying ntostrnto on his
J bed with his face upwnrd. It was
a ditljcult matter for tho Shonff
and others tod-ive away th" fith
ful dog of tho old man which was
found still keopitig constant viud
by the death hod of his master
iiy order of tho Sheriff tho old
hut was knocked down nud s'oucs
hoaped upou it in order that the
remains may lio tl ere undi-tu li
ed by wild animals, Tho Shoiiff
aftor making mot careful iiivo-li-gations
from other Spnitiatd-i who
knBw the do.-tw.ed, decided that
it was unnecesjiiry to hold nn in
quest It was tho dm, it in
claimed, that kept tho do id body
from being entou up by pigs long
Last Tuesday ovouing, the
flleping apHrimeutt of Sing
Ohong, au employee of the Haok
feld & Co.'s Lahaiua etoro, was
urned, but no damnse was bus
taiued as tho tire wa extinguished.
CnlCKKT UN MVrUHD.VY.
United Klnirilum Wine Acnlnet Thfi
World In n O .oil .llntcli.
Fino weather nud ton Rood play
era on a sido mtdo thn elements of
a good garao of cricket ou Satur
day aftornoou at Mnkiki. Sidos
wore United Kingdom and The
World. Champions of tho smaller
constituency wou, us the append
ed score shows. Mr. Clayton, a
player on tho losing side, U a
Jamcou raidbr who fought under
Otis at Manila:
E. A. Mossc. Lane b. Harvey 4
J. G. Hewitt b. Harvey 1
J. H. Walker b. Harvey 0
A. St. M. Mackintosh c. Lane b. Jor
T. G. Ballentyne b. Jordan g
Crews b. Harvey 7
C. Clayton run out 4
Dr. H. V. Muaray not out 1
A. St. C. Plianala run out 2
Air. May b. Harvey o
Lez Bves 1
Wide Balls 1
Lane, 20 balls, 27 runs, o wickets, 4
overs, 1 maiden; average.
Harvey, 45 balls, 16 runs, 5 wickets, 9
overs, 1 maiden; average, 5.2.
Jordan, 20 balls. 12 runs. 2 wickets, a
overs, o maidens; average, 6.0.
yt. waiters, i wiue, to cans, 3 runs, o
wickets, 2 overs, o malden; average.
Rev. J. F. Lane b. Hewitt 2
J. W. Harvey c. Murray b. Hewitt 4
R. A. Jordan b. Hewitt.. o
Dr. St. D. G. Walters b. Alacklntosh... 3
Judge Stanley b. Hewitt 2
H. L. Herbett b. Mackintosh 17
H. B.Sinclair not out 26
Col. Alb. Whyte b. Moss 8
R. Anderson b. Mackintosh n
F. H. G, Seymour c. Stanley b. Moss ... o
Leg Byes 1
Alacklntosh. 8o balls, in runs. wkh-
ets, 1 6 overs, i maidens; average, 13.0.
Hewitt. Co balls. 17 runs, a v ckets. 12
overs, 3 maidens; average, 4.3.
Aloss, 25 balls, 17 runs, 2 wickets, 5
overs, 1 maiden; average, 8.5.
The La it Cnr.
The last cars of tho Kino Btruet
lino going to Waikiki and Talama
pass tho Anchor Saloon. The
ulevoroat mixologists in tho city
are there always to put you up
anyunng you may uomro. JJrop
in and tako a drop before you take
tho car. The colobratod Seattle
beor is to bn had horo on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tbo
famous A. A, Jesse Moors Whisky
etc, always on hand. Tho most
oxaoting aud variod demands can
be satisfied. Tho Anchor Saloon
is hem to ploaso its patrons.
"I can say one thine for Cham-
borlain's Colic, Cholera and Dior
rhoea Remedy; and that is that it
excols any proprietary medicine I
have seen on the market, and I
have boon in the praotico of. medi
cine nnd the drug business for the
Sast forty years," writes J. M.
ackson, M. D., Rronson, Fin.
Physicians liko Cbnmberlain's
Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea
Roraody because it is a scientific
preparation, and becnueo it always
gives quick relief. Got a bottle at
your drug store
In tho Stomach-Drondful Head
aches Faco and Nock Covorod
With Bolls-Curod by Hood's Sar
soparllla Skin Is Now Cloar.
" I was covered with bolls all over my fco
and neck. I had dreadful headache and
pains In my stomach. I took medicines,
but was not much beneflted, and I pro
cured six bottles ot Hood's Baraaparllla.
After taking tho first bottlo I could sco an
Improvement. When I had taken a few
more bottles the bolls had all gone, my
akin was clear, ray appetite returned, and
my health was entirely restored. I am
thankful I ever found such a blood puri
fier as Hood's Sarsaparllla. I paid out a
good deal of money for useless medicines
before taklngHood's Sarsaparllla." W. P.
Bkckwitu, Hurlock, Maryland.
If you decide to try Hood's Sarsaparllla
do not bo induced to buy any other.
Is tho Hcst In fact the Ono Truo Blood Puri
fier, lie sure to get Hood's. Price $1, six for (5.
t-1nn,ti nstl aro the only pills to take
IIOOU S PUIS wlthllood'sSarsaparllla.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
To bo hud for tho rnonoy.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
-: IN THE :--
At $8 nnd $10 per month.
CALL AND SEE T1IOM
:: Near the New Theater
Best Meals in the City !
Vreparod and noryed by whlto om
Opoll day nnd night.
1160 O. T. OOW, Mnnaner.
FINE SEA BATHING AND MOUNTAIN
All Trains to ml from Honolulu I
Siopt tho Hotel 1
Albert Toogood, Proprietor.
J. W. CHAPMAN
Announcos to tbo public that ho Ih now
opon for ongngomonts to tako clmrRo of
Ilanquota, Italia, Dinnorn and Giinlon
Parties, Socials, otc
AddrciM euro Union KxproHa Company
Excelsior Dining Saloon
833 NUUANU ST.,
NEAR HOTEL ST.
CHAS. LIND, Prop'r.
First-class meals, under tho Hunorvls-
lon of a whlto man, sorvod from 5 a. 111.
to 8 p. m MEALS TWENTY-FIVE CU.
I'uatofuoo Pox 112.
A Flrst-claRS Resort In ovory respect,
Tho boat 25-cont moal to bo had.
ICE CREAM 15 CENTS A PLATE.
LOOK IIOP A CO,,
(008 riorotnnla and Fort, si roots.
Persons wIslihiR to obtain board at
Makawao, Maul, can be rccommodated
at MRS. II. IJ. HAILEY'S,
Terms. $10 por week. Ufi54lm
Election ot Officers.
At meeting of the Stockholders of the
Maunalei Sugar Co. Ltd., held on March
14th, 1809, the following officers were
Theo. F. Lansing President.
Wm. M. Minion Vice President.
A. V. Gear Treasurer.
C. B. Gray Secretary.
W. R. Slms-Audltor.
The above officers constitute the B'arJ
C. B. GRAY,
Heal tstnte aim insurance.
L.J IPJi, and BMRE
AGENTS FOlt ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Compant
Bruce Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Monoy to Loin on Mortgages.
WE ABE AGENTS FOR
Svea Fire Insurance To. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurant To. of Phila.
Koom t an 8, Telephone 676-
Real Estate Broker.
209J MERCHANT ST.
Twelve Chlnoso Granlto Hitching
Foots, $ each.
I'rojHirty in town.
I10USRS TO LET.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
CST We will llnj or dell Ileal EaUleln
II parts of the gronp.
tW We will Hell I'ropertlea on Ueason
3FFICE, 10 West King Street
OFFICE, 532 FORT STREET.
Uultod Suites Custom Ilotlso llrokor,
Aifoiiiitaut, Sonrchor of Titles and
Gonornl llusitioss Agout.
OFFICE: No. 15 KnahtittiAiiu street,
Honolulu. Fonnorly A. Ilosa'a ortice.
JAS. F. MOROAN,
Mtmbei ot Honolulu Stock Enctungt.
P. O. Don s.
Goneral Manager of
rhe Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United Btates tor the Hawaiian
Orr'oni Merchant atreet, Honolnlin
JAS. P. MORGAN,
UCTIONEBK AND STOCK BKOKKli
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Apprainernont of Real
Sstato and Furnlttirt)
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member ol the Honolulu Stock Exchange.
OIUco Queon stroot, opposite Union
Telephone 506. P.O. Do ij. 1044
TURNERS AND "POLISHERS of all Wndi of N'lv
KINO STItEUT. - - NEAR AUPAI.
534 FORT ST.,
-Near corner ol Chaplain Law
Cleaning and Repairing at Short Notice,
and In the best poislblt manner