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l Ilil'M. Mllll lllllt XIOUM.
II V C. J. HONS.
, i ' ..
e . e
G It. Ewuft, Esq., has thin day
been appointed member fur the Koad
Board of tlio District or Handel, Isl
and of Kimui, vice II. II. (i.u-stiii, re
signed. This Board now consist of
W. E. H. DICVKIilLL,
U. It. EWART.
C. X. Sl'EKOEK.
Miniuler of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, May (i, 1801.
107 :it '
Foreign Ofliw Police,
It bus pleaded Her Majesty the
Queen to appoint Major Clarence
Edward Button, U. A., to ho Hit
Delegate nt the InUrnaional Con
gress of Geologists to be held in
Washington in August next.
Foreign Ollice, Honolulu, May 2,
1S!)1. 100 It
Mr. E. K. Hull haw this day been
appointed Chairman of the Niihau
lloail Board, vice Geo. S. Gay, re
The Board now consists as follows:
E. K. BULL, Chairman;
. W. M. KEALE,
8. B. KAOMEA.
C. N. -I'EXCElt,
MinistiT of the Interior.
Interior Ofliee, May 5, 18!)1.
Tho Hon. A. S. t leghorn is ap
pointed to act as Governor of Oahu
during my absence.
JNO. O. DOMIXIS,
Governor i f Oahu.
Olliee Governor of Oahu, Mav 5,
1801. 100 3t
To Bepo&itoi s iu the Hawaiian
Postal Saving:- Bank.
DeI'AUTMI.NT of Finaxce, )
Honolulu, H. I., April 0, 18U1.J
Notice is hereby givi:ii th it on ap
plication at the Treasury, Coupon
Bonds will be issued in denominations
of $1000, $500 and $100, bearing in
terest at the rate of Five I'i r Cent.
(5 per cent.) per annum, payable
semi-annually. 'Ihese Bonds are is
sued under the aulhority of the Aet,
approved on the Oth day of August,
1890, and styled the "Postal Savings
If. A. W1DEMAXN,
Minister of Finance.
91 lm-JG 4t
Honolulu, H. I., April 17, 1891.
Holders of Water Privileges or
:hose paying Water Kates, .ire hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating-purposes are from
0 to 8 o'clock a. m., aud 4 to 0 o'clock
JOHX C. WHITE.
Supt. Hono. Water Works.
C. X. Sl'ENCKH,
Minister of the Interior.
The Justices of the Supreme Court
have made the following appoint
Alfred W. Carter, to be Deputy
Clerk of the Supreme Court, vice
J. II. Heist, resigned.
George Lucas, Jr., to be Second
Deputy Clerk of the Supreme Court,
vice A. W. Carter, promoted.
Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, May 1,
1891. 103 Ot
Mr. W. Kaapa has this day been
appointed Luna to take up estrays on
the Government roads from Moanalua
to Lililia street, Liiilia street to Haali
liamanu Bridge, Judd street to Xuu
niui street and on the Government
land in Kalihi, Honolulu, Oahu.
C. X. SPENCEIt,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, April Ii0, 1891.
SUPREME CtUST AT CHAMBERS.
Tuksday, May 5.
BEFOliE ,IUI)I), C. J.
Estate Manuel Vincent of Maka
wao, Maui. Ordered that the ac
count of J. F. Ilackfeld, adminis
trator, be approved, he discharged,
and his bond cancelled on the tiling
of creditors' receipts. W. A. Whit
ing for administrator.
In the matter of M. S. Medeiros
& Co. of Kuan, Maui. Ordered,
on the petition of II. Ilackfeld &
Co., that said M. S. Medeiros & Co;
lie adjudged bankrupts, and that
Tuesday, May 12," be appointed for
proofs of claims and election of as
signees. W. C. l'arke for petition
ers; M. S. Medeiros in person.
Wkuxksdat, Ma' 6.
The Queen vs. Kaehuokalani and
Pahukela. Cruelty to animals.
Heard and defendants acquitted.
Deputy Attorney-General Creighton
for the Crown ; C. L. Carter for defendants.
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New niooii 71 li. 7h. 17m. p. in.
The lime nIuuhI fin- I hi. port Is (jlvim lit 121l.
Din. user, (niidiiii-liti i.f i.iccnw iih tiiuuor
111. 2mii. illsee. p. in. f Honolulu Olnivntoiy
timi'. II isKivcn l.y Hut si (Mini hist lu of tin)
Honolulu I'luniiiK Mill, ii lew iloois above
tlie nMom li'-!ic. The smiiiiu whistle is
wiuiiileU eon-nelly ui Honolulu menu noon,
Obstimiioi-y liieiiilhiti.oratli. 3lin. iMiscc. of
WEDXKSDAV, MAY 0, 1801.
May fi -Stun"
as Makee from Kauai
May 5 -
Xor lik V'ivax, Thois'ii, fur San Fran
cisco Svr hk Mvea, Afzelaiis, fur Port Town
send Am hk Ceylon, Callioiui, for San Fran
Stmr Pele for I.ahiiina at 2 p m
Stmr Waialeitle for isanni in 5 p in
Stinr Kaalafor Piinahiii and Kahiiku
Simr Hawaii for Honoinu at 4 in
Stmr Kilaiiea Jlou for Ookala at n p m
Am brig Tahiti for Hie Suiuli Seas
VtSS'kLS ItAvl.H ; lO-rdOilRCW.
Stmr Iwalani for Lull lina, Hi nokaa
Kukiiiliacle at 10 a in
CAHCOLS FK0M ISLMNO FORTS.
Stmr Pele 4430 bags sugar and 102 bbls
Stmr .las Alakee 2'i'O bags sugar
For Maul per stmr Hamlinc, May 5
K V Wodeliiiiise, Kev u P Emerson. M
C Koss. li VV Meyer. Mrs Weed, Clioy
Tin and a number on deck.
For Kauai per stmr Jlikaliala; May 5
Curl Isenberir and wile, ,Mr Vileoeh,Ueo
-MeLiiin, A P Itutli, Mr Lockwood, Miss
Lowrie, F Khrenfoi t, L Elin nfort aud
From Kauai per stmr .Fas Makee, May
C Mr Claike and 10 deck.
The steamer LVe is transhipping her
sugar on the bark Cowlitz. ; he sailed
for I.aliaina at 2 p m toiluy
The bark Forest Que 'n is through dis
charging. She is now moored iu the
The bark Sonoma got off about 11
o'clock last night alter 4(11)0 bags sugar
were transhipped to ilie steamer Iwalani
:-he came alongside tie; P M 8 S Co's
wliurt ibis morning Tbe Sonoma had
2(i.li74 bags sugar on board before she
got on the reef jesterday, weighing 3,
3f2.U10 lbs or 1070 tons, valued at $!)!).
(iSU.87. Messrs 11 llockfeld & Co and
M S Grinbaimi & i 'o were the shippers.
The S S Australia took for San Fran
cisco yesterday 12.804 bugs sugar, 1 0."7
bnchs bananas, 521 green hides, 1 bill
dry hides, G pkgs goat, skins and 14 pkgs
'I'he bark Ceylon t .ok for San Fran
cisco yesterday Hiooo bags sugar weighing
1,H20,7US pounds, or !(!;) tons, valued at
S8,!)74.55. The shippers were: Messis C
brewer & Co, Castle & Cooke aud Theo
II Davies A Co.
The ior bark Vivnx also sailed for
San Francisco yesterday with 18,407 bags
sugar, weighing 2.220,080 pounds, or
1H0 ions, valued at St; l.n-12.17 The fol
lowing were the shippers: Messrs C
lirew er & l o, F A Sebaeler &. I o, Theo
II Davies & Co, and ' aslle & Cooke.
The K M s S Alaineua is due from the
Colonies tomorrow, and the V ,S sj ajo
liuwai from San Fraiicico.
MEEK At the residiMic -. of Hon. II. G.
Crabhe, I'eleula. of the second
stroke of paralysis, Jtichurd .Meek
(son of the late l 'upturn .John .Meek;,
aged 00 years, 1 mouth, 2 days.
THE TRAM CABS.
The 8:30 west-bound I rain on
Beietania street was delayed yester
day on the switch, for over ten min
utes. Tlie eight a. in. west-bound
train was this morning so long delay
ed that the car from the Esplanade
could have passed before the oar iu
question left the switch. It would
be a good idea for the Train Car
Manager to at least inaugurate some
sj stem of running on this branch of
the road, which would facilitate the
convenience of patrons.
Honolulu, May 0, 1891.
THE FiRt PULrCE.
There was a largely attended meet
ing of the Fire Police last night, pre
sided over by Capt. T. Kroiise. Af
ter transaction of routine business,
the new caps and belts were distri
buted. The caps are dark with
straight peaks, unU ornamented with
a pretty crescent. The belts are
very pretty as well as of durable
quality, being double thickness of
leather with w bite enamel face out
side, fancy stitched in black, al o
having a sliding monogram for the
front in black, white and red, aud
"11. F. P." in raised enamel letters
on the back. The "fine body of
men,'" as this useful corps has been
called, will be finer still on parade in
their new accoutrements.
WAIMEA BriliiCE CONTRACT.
The Waimea Uoad Board received
the following bids to build the VVai
II. W. Chamberlain $0000
James Morse 5591
Sain Kanahele 5383
J. li. Kobertson 5000
George Lucas 4950
G. W. Lincoln 4 00
The board accepted the bid of J.
11. Kobertson, on his filing bonds
satisfactory lo the board.
LOCAL & UEKFRAL MEVS.
The Board of Health is in session
Hawaii Engine Co.'b meeting was
postponed last night for one wank.
By the Australia yesterday the
Post Office despatched OaHtf letters
and 1080 papers.
Sahah Bkhnhahdt will appear nt
the Opera House tomorrow evening
if tho y. S. Monowai arrive in time.
Honolulu and Mechanic Engine,
and H jok & Ladder Companies will
hold their monthly meetings this
Tim monthly meeting of tho Board
of Kepresentutives of the Honolulu
Fire Department will be held tomor
Hon. Chas. It. Bishop writes ol a
pli-asant visit to Dr. Wo idwurd's
Manual Training School at St. Louis.
Mii. C. B. Reynolds, agent of the
Board of Health, has been very ill
some days with the grip. He is
somewhat better this afternoon. The
malady is rather prevalent.
Tub plasterers are busily engaged
at Jiidiop Hall and t lie interior is be
ginning I o look like a school building.
It will not, however, be iu readiness
for classes until the opening of next
The funeral of tho late Ilichard
Meek will take place from tho resi
dence ol Hon. H. G. Crabhe, Nuuanu
street, tomorrow ifteruoonat4o'clnck.
Friends nod aeipiaintances are lis
pectfully invited to attend.
Twhntv-HVK South Sea Island con
tract labor people, who have been on
Kauai, were despatched for their
homes by the brig Tahiti sailing this
afternoon. There are twetve nun,
nine women and four children in the
Mu. Lunino is authorized to col
lect all tlie bills of Drs. Brodie and
Furry, and states that as the doctors
are absent and many of the patients,
addresses are unknown it will bu
necessary to advertise for the names
of all i hose who are unpaid on the
.'.O.li of Mav.
.Wo cannot sullieiently express our
gratitude for Mr. Chas. M. Cooke's
generous gift of nearly one thousand
dollars fur books and reading room
supplies. Kaniehanieha heartily ap
preciates such generosity, and the
future will prove the wisdom of the
S. II. Kahukula was the Kohala
attorney who was disbarred on ac
count of forfeiture of bail for opium
in possession. The name of S. K.
Kupihea was given to the Bulletin
reporter by m stake, and an earnest
apology is due and hereby tendered j
to that gentleman for the wrong.
Police Justices Foster and Wilcox
have ordered the discharge of Lee
Ch-mg from further custody, he hav
ing been imprisoned more than oe
year iu default of payment of $200
line for selling opium, imposed by the
Police Justice of Makawao, Maui,
and he having no estate to pay the
Just as the Kinau was about to
cast olF her mooring, a number of
men carried the barge "Kapiolani,"
which has won so many victories on
our waters, and especially the 1 irge
barge race on Xov. 10, 1890, on board,
for tho use of Her Majesty the Queen
on her trip to windwanl. The boat
was loaned to Her Majesty by Mr.
Carl A. Widemann.
Two furnished rooms are to be had
on application at this ollice.
The I X L auction and commission
house pays the highest cash price for
.second-hand furniture, e,c.
Mu. O. K. Ewakt has been appi int
ed a member of the road boa id of
Haualei, Kauai, in place of Mr. 11. II.
J. 1Cai.hi, poundiiiasler at Makiki,
has a notice to owners of horses lately
sold there, and to persons claiming
damages on account of said horses.
Wedxesdav, May 0.
Lum .Sing alias Ah Sam was ar
rested by Capt. E. Hopkins in the
aet of selling tickets for a banking
game. Defendant pleaded not guilty
but offered no evidence in defense.
He was found guilty und fined $100
mid costs. Appeal noted. J. A.
Magoon for defendant.
Joe Koa was sentenced to 24
hours' hard labor and to pay costs,
lor being lewd aud lascivious in
speech and behavior.
Three cases of drunkenness were
FOK WICK IIKAOACUK
I tie Hoi-mI'di'iI'm Arid ('lniiihutc.
Dr. M. W. Okay, Cave Spring,
Ga., says: "I have used it with per
fect success in habitual headache."
THE IX L
L Auction & Oomimssiou IJoiho
pays the highest cost price for all kinds
of Second-baud Furniture, sjtoves, Etc.
Furnished houses bought in th"!r entirety-
'VJ'OTICE is hereby given to the owners
J.1 of the horses sold at unction at the
(iovermnent Pound, Makiki, en May 2,
lstn, to make application fonbe balance
of money remaining in the bands of
Pouudmaster. Owners must pi ovo pro
perty and produce brands
VLL parties having claims for dum
nges done by above animals imut
present and prove same immediately,
and receive payment.
- " J. KAI.F.I,
Makiki, May 5, 1891. ui7 2t
XE or Two
Xice It. (1-
rooms on Plliielihi.n'l
it' ! r- x" streot. betweeu King mid l!e
relaiiia streets; rent 7 per iiioulh each.
Inquire at this olliee. I07 ti
Amouii.f..t .VsiH. .5 -i-i;v.rj'
Less Cuntiugenl Sinking Fund
Securitie s Dec :il
3-1 ( ft n 318 I
.1' A.7V IT
Less deferred pre.niiinis,
January 1, 1S90
Interest and rents, etc.
Less interest accrued
January 1, 1890
1,0 :5,0 15
O ! UR-CE M h. NT ACCOU N T
Losses by dealh, and Endowments ma
tured and discounted (including ro
versiniiary ai'iiil iuiis to same) .. ..
Dividends (including iinaut.ii divi
tlendo), annuities, and purciiai-cd in
sii r.i nces
total paid 1',.;, !., i I,-.
.279,5! 1 02
ctiuimuteil c iinini.-'.- i u-)
V.I LC- U
agency exiienses, phv.-ici.iii
aim law exponst .-.
, utlwriising, pi iio
m deposit, on hand, and in tran-
and s o
s and oilier bunds
ct v. dm , $07 2 )0,-
Bonds aod Mortgage-', lir.-l lien on real
estate (buildings t hor-mi insured for
$15,000,001) and the policies as.- Ic I'll
to the Company as additional collat
Temporary Loans (maikit value of se
curities In Id as e.'lhi'i ial, .f.i,:i!M,rl 1)
Loans on existing policies (the loverve
on these policies, includid in Lialuli
tii s, amount-! to over !f2,00(l,M!()j . . . .
Quarterly and seini-annual premiums
on existing policb s, due sub.-i -ipieut
to Janu iry 1, 1S91
Premiums on existing policies in conr.-e
of trail: mission aud eollcetinn. ( Ibe
Reserve on the a.- policies, incbid. d
in Liabilities, is or-Limuled at. f2.0tU,.
ooo) ; , . . .
Accrued Interest on investments, Janu
ary 1, LS91
Market value of securities over cost
Value on Company's books
TOT t Ij .V NT, ,l v. ii . 1 , I Si) I .
Appropriated 04 follows:
Approved losses in eo'iise of payment'.
Reported losses a v, ait ing proof, etc....
Matun d endowments, due arid unpaid
(claims not presented)
Annuities due and unpaid (claims not
Keser.ed for reinsurance on existing
policies (Actuaries' table 4 per cent.
Reserved for premiums paid in advance
Kurplns (Crtinps!?!i 's Xui;t;i: l) .
Consist ing of
Estimated contingent, Toulini
Estimated (Jcnercl Mivplus. . .
J" rom the undivided
cliired a Reversionary iii
Contribution lo surplus, avail
Just think of a twi
tor running a s'.x-incl
ing a thirteen hiindr,
i -1 1
pump nod lill
gidf.ui lank in
less than an hour ! I.'o
V"ii know of
any other wind
ooi.i.r ll,i( will do
ki. co posted on .-uch
tlii:-? We try to hi. co
things but fail to fin
wind ciistory that, ev
tin.- r- cord. I be mill,
force waier five IiuikIii
we speak of
i 1 and ( ! -
vatn it fwenly-livo liar 1 to
isn't it , but it's a fact. They
strong as the strongest in.il.cri
good woikiuan.-liip can inukt
ike 1 1 1 1 1 i i
and i In aper Ihaii t.oy fclnr leill on
the market, two points ol excellence
in their lavor.
Anoiber thin:' in their con-lnie-
tioii, or mccha ni: in, whichever y..u
I'li fer, is the tact of their hi ing made
SO that I hey will nut fall to pieces by
being overwoi ki d. They make t In ee
revolutions and jiuinp onec. '1 Ik:
strain is not all put on the w!ko1 at.
each revolution, it, is equally dividnlj
and consequently !ie wheel lasts i
longer than the ordi'-uiry run (if wind I
mills. We are not ai'raid (otalk .bout, J
the A( rmotois now ihal tb have j
been tried and toov. d sali-L el- i v
right ben; ai bonie. We has: ii.nl lo
publish testimonial)-- from pailiis at a
distance because Aemiotors We new
here and bad not been tri.d, but lew
that we have sold so many and eveiy
oue has neon satisfactory to the. pur
chaser we can get on all right by re
ferring parlies to those people who
have tried them lo re. We continue
advertising them because tiny are
still a comparatively new thing on the
Islands before long they will not
need a single notice in the newspapers
because they will sell then .-' !v. -. We
want people tu try t Item and ii li.ey
i' n;vcked in a wind which does not
! : 'Uir house at tho same lime we
Wi i refund the money. A bold oiler
! :- is a way we have of doing busi
.. . We know they are stiong
enough to warrant our guaranteeing
th ; ). and that one will probably last
1 .).'i i l ban the purchaser will have
; ' for it. if you want a wind
i . Jiieinlicr 1 hat t he Aei in. tot sold
j is cheaper, str. iig'. r and belter
than any windmill on tie' niaik.tand
will do more. ik ihni any win !
motor ever invented, lor sale only
by the Hawaiian I I.itdiV.oe ' 'mp. ny,
Fort stuet, opposite ,-pnckels' Bloi. k,
e insurance Co.,
road way, New York.
1, iH'.Ht 10l,07.32 4G
(reduced val ic of
81HO 45,707 35
01 4,929,890 7-1 $32,158,100 08
$ 0,31S,924 40
1,431 828 15
.f 8, 070,539 50
surplus, as above, the Board of Trustees have de
iil 'inl lo participating policies in nroiioi-t.inn txt fludr
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settlement of next annual premium.
Agent i'nv Hawaiian Islands.
AiiCiioii Salas by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On FliSDAY, aia.y 8, 1891,
AT IS ll'l 1,111 It XOOX.
At the premises Beretaiiia street, oppo
siie the residence ol ,lr. If. E.Hertel
niaiin. I will sell at I'lUdic Auction
20 HEAD OF MILCH C0WSr
Willi Calves from Durham stock.
) v -.. r
A no ioneer.
By order of Dr. G. Trousseau, adminis
tialor with the will annexed of the es
tate ot His lute Majesty David Kala
kaua, I will sell ,.t Public Auetiou at the
residence of Dr. Trousseau, Punchbowl
On SATUKDAY, May th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
A number of
Horses. Marcs and Colts,
Belonging to said estate.
IAS. P. MOUO AN,
CHAN UK of NIGHT!
rPIIE reirulur niectings of Oahu Lodge
I No. l.K.of P.. will hereafter be
held on FK1DAY EVENING of each
week. GKO. WILLIAMS. I". C.
K. of It. & S
Honolulu, April 21, 1591. 94 1m
DLT.'IN'O mv ab-enee from this King
dom J F. Ilackfeld, Eip, will act
for no' under general power of uttorney,
and Mr. A. pilner wi'l iminage my
ranch E. LINUn.MA.NN.
llouolulu, May 4, 1891. 105 3t
CusI.uiUL'r.s who noLic-L- our .--lu'lvcs so well-filled
with fine goods wond-.-r sit our having no old stock.
The prulik-iii i
and ever rep!
have two wmv
You doirt oil
we keep iij wiri i
supply your w;ins.
tration of (he i'acf.
liy recent arriv
assortment" of ( !e:p.
Goods and Si: .':,"., ;
y e wish m til
are no dot"',!. i:i
procure, mimip pi
;irt. C'iiiiip:'! ",)',
stock of od.s
V' kl M V
Lciuosi kS . ' a ? ." ,. ;i ,
ABSOLUTELY l'L'Iii; ! .
LELIVKKKI TO A X Y
Mutual ;u;o. -ejo-j" t'-'t
ftr lr-.-'--a-: i
fko.m xovr ox
Our IVw s .
WE WILL OF FEW Ul'U EXTIb'E STOCK OF
Dry k Fog
. .' I
at ( ; i,
ft ; ?
L. J. Levey, : 1 1
Levey has tin: li.i.ior lo aniioiiiicc
the appearance at. the Upe..;
On the arrival of th" s s. ;.!.. r.
on or ahnu: .M.iy Mi. ;
Mme Sarah Beniho rdt
Under Ibe diieelioii of ileiuv I'.,
and Main ice liiau, in the c-
play in Five A
eiil o U -i
By Alexander Dum.:
PnlCFS: D'e-s 1 p,
Front How I ni.-...iv
Jta'eoiiv (mu e-. i N c ! )
W)" He.etvi'll Si C-
tained nt the oiiiet M
i- ! Wo ii t o constantly selling1
la ; gi to.-'s with others. We
! vviih goods and we draw
! :':id so la e) our stock well up.
;. us for what we do not have,
, linn's and by so doing can
Tin.' Aerniotor is a fair illus-
e I'.rive received the finest
i:' ! w; re, Ilousef urnishing1
v i n mpted to this city.
!'.! iu )artieularly to the
i.pri-es articles which you
i ! :;:iv! Iieeu unable to
n il i i Is of the silversmith's
;lii:i!c we have the best
c iu the eity, we believe
.op ). Spreokels' Block.
- i s?ii ?"Botlii, Snr
" i;i;AS(JXABLE IN PRICE I
l'ART OF THE CITY.
IIOXES -ai" Bell 372.
HANCE SALE 1
XT1L AVK MOVE INTO
Caps, Ms, Etc.,
I RS & CO,
in ii d to our complete and elegant
!.- jit received.
(ii8?ss, Nsw Laces,
i New Curtains,
( liidwa's & Iofant's Yaar.
:.v aii former seasons, and low prices
. YE it,
. fi E. Grossman
!'...- returned to Honolulu and has
le. uiued practise at his old office
G8 Hotel Street.
TiiCC HOURS: 8:30 A. H. to 4 P.M.
"V7 ell-broken Hawaiian
IMRES and MULES
Suitable for ranch work.
104 3w-18 3t