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DAILY TOLfciWTff:. TTOSrOT.TOtf, 1&i;fttmQtoftWWQg !
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MONDAY, MARCH 18. 18(1.
., , AIIKIVrtLS.
Stmr alalcnlo from f'atini
Hehr IlaleaUala from ivp-vkco
Sehr Aiiiiliikal f i om IC.u.'il
btmr Mikahala from ..mini.
B M Mar posa for tlto Colonics
Strar Mokolll for Molokal at 6 p m
Stinr .1 A Uuiinii lis for Koolaii at 51 a in
Stiur Kuala lor Wniahia iiud Wuiunito
at U a in
Schr Mlllo Morris for Koolnu
Melir Kawallaiil fur Koolau
Stmr J as Makee for Knpaa at I p 'in
VESSELS LEAVING TQ-MORROW.
llrlg Geo 11 Uoiijilas for .-an Franrlsoo
Slinr lnau for llllo anil waypoitsat
2 p in
Stmr LI ullko for Maul and way ports
at 5 p m
Tor the Colonics per S S Mariposa,
Mar 17J V lJiuue, M Flavin and fa
mily, L S Hronson and wife, Mis Uobt
J Ciuightiiit. . Wltehell and wife, D .)
Grillln, Mr Hodge, and i)5 alnon, and
42 .steerage passengers in transit.
Kroin tian Ei-nni-Weo per S S Marl
poBii, Mar iG-N S Ifonion and wife, V
11 Chickerliig, wife and son,.lolin I'ook,
.1 D.idd Capt I.) V Devol, M rs James I
Dow ett dipt TL Kills, ls. Million
Everson, Capt I c Gifford, Capt O F
Giffoid, Amos Granule, M Giceti, II K
Hitelieoek. .M .Ind.ili, apt E La li.iiu,
Cyrus II MeCoimiek and wife, Mis II
A l'armelee, Mi.ss liailollc I'annelee,
D Itciimun iss J Hosenbnrg, Or W
f-axe, It ,1 axe. Capi A U Sherman, A
T rtuti, Capt Gcorgo Tripp, MisO -i
White. Capt Thus 1 Warren, W K Puck
and wife, and 1 1 steerage; W .' Hart
for Milium, 8 eabin and C steerage for
Auckland, a d '; eabi . and 'M htecrage
From Maul porMmr Likclikc, Mar 1C
II L.tws, E 1) U,ildWii, J 12 Miity,
A Aheong. .rs Fermiude., MisO E
Beekwitli, Mia TG Thrum, iss Thiiim,
C Gr.iinoui and wife, M O Mousauat.
wife, two children a d scivant, Hon II
P liul win, 1 pii-i.ner and 0." deck.
From ICauai per stmr Mikidi.ila, Mar
17 on W u ltice, A Lindsay, E
ade, Uarry Apa, J .1 i c. o..aul and
L'AHCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stnir Mikahala 5l51 bgs sugar, III) bgs
rice and 10J pkg-i s-mls.
The whaler Andrew Hicks arrived to
day, 113 days f i om tan Franeiheo. re
The stmr Mikahala 1) ought on Min
day from Kauai, 5,01:5 bags sugar, 3!i
bags lice, 0 bags la, 11 hides, and 1S7
sheep from Xiiliau.
The bark (JI) Uiyanl, Capt Lee, a' -rived
aturday afternoon 17 days from
ban Francisco, with a general outgo of
mcrchuitdU'c, valued at $23,500.
Tlic baikentine Luieka, C'apt Peter
son, arrived on Satin da,, 27 days from
Eureka, with J'JU.O 0 feet ot redwood
lumber, consigned to Wilder & i o
Thejtollottiug whalers aic off port:
Lancer, udiew Hicks, Eliza, Reindeer,
brlK lexander, steam William Lewis.
The S S Maiipos.i sailed from Han
Francisco on (Saturday, . arch Oth, on
ai rival of ilie Kngiisli mail, and dis
islist ged pilot at 1 :4U ) in. From Match
11th to liltli hud stionggale from a E
veering to S S i with heavy s-ea.
Tlienee to nort line wcatlier with light N
E bieezc. March lUlh at 8:;15 a in,
pas-cd S S Zealand a bound north The
Mariposa left for the Colonies at 7 p in
butida niglit. Dm ins; her stay in port
sho discharged about 400 tons of freight
and took in 403 ton coal.
ARKIVA1.S AT SAN I'ltANCIECO :
Var Slrd, schr f aseo, 17 days fiom Ho
nolulu. Mar7th,sehr Kobert Searlcs,142 days
Mar 8th, b.uk Ferris S Thompson, 21
days from Honolulu.
Dni'AUTUitns Fitoji s.in i-uncisco:
Mar 8th, tt'lir KiedE Sanders for i Ho
To wail: .Vareh Oh, bulk Foiest
Queen ,for Honolulu; Mar 10th, chr
Doia Bliihm for Mnhiikouu; ,l in
sist, S S Umatilla for Honolulu. No
dat s: bktncs Planter. S (J Allen, all for
Mar 2d, bark Lunbcore from Ilono
lti'u. " Feb 22d, bk Bnnca left Antwerp for
. pMai3rd, S S Alameda arrived-at
lAuekla'iid fiom Honolulu.
GLU"E-AtKckaha. Kami, March 12,
to tlin wife of F. W Ulade Esq., a
SILVEUBf'KG On Mur-h i:i at Wai-
,. ulua, uahtt, Mrs ,Mary Hllveibiirg,
'of Toronto, t'amida, aged Ui years.
Z R. M. S. MARIPOSA.
The Royal Mail steamer Mariposa
arrived Saturday ovening, seven
days and nino hniirs from Man Fran
' cisco. tjlio cxpuriencud very rough
, weather for four days, widen deluy
. cd her somewhat. After discharg
ing freight and tnkinir in coal, the
Mariposa sailed for tliu Colonics at
7 o'clock Sunday evening.
j Tho Hawaiian Band will give a
publio concert this evening at
Emma Square commencing at
'7:80 o'clock. Following is the pro-
March Kamchaiueha Beiger
Ovcriuie-Hawaii Nei, Beiger
Cavatinii Tho Pirate Ilel.lnl
Selection.-The Loinbaidlans Verdi
- , . Mlklol, Malatna, Xowelo.
llemlnlsceiices of Ireland ,,.... Maanen
,Jig St. Patrick's Day In tho Morn-
.-- mg Benedict
WuUz -3 Doetrlno M i auss
.flalop Acrobats. , .Zlkoff
10CAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A Jiocsr. on King stroat is to let.
A coMrmxNTuiid irtislwoithy man
w.tnu a littiution.
C'Ai'T. Jack Leo
boiler, next linio.
pays lio will do
Tun Mni ipoii hnniglu Iwonly-six
bags of muil for tho Post Ulllco.
No bookkeeping class at the Y. M.
C. A. thi.s evening, Mr. Jones being
Tliu latest quotations in thn sugar
unuket for Cuba centrifugula 90 deg.
wero 5"i to 5 13-10.
Tun machinery nnd wiro for light
ing private bouses with the electric
light arrived on the the Mariposa.
Titr; S. S. Umatilla will take the
place of tho Australia, naifflig from
Sun Franeiheo Maieli 31s I. She is a
sifter csol of the Walla Wnlln.
Tun briganlinu W. II. Douglas
Hails at noon to-morrow for Sun
Francisco, carrying n mail wliii.li
closes al the Post Ofliceat 11 o'edoek.
About live minutes putt iwolve
o'clock this morning a number f
bombs were llred at the residence in
Hon. J. A. Cummins in lienor of hif-lifty-fourtli
Titn V. S. llowne was got ofl' the
reef shortly after one o'clock Sattu
day afternoon, and towed into poit
Part of lier false shoe was carried
away, but she does not leak.
Tun residence of Mr. M. Louisson,
King sticet, will bo open to-morrow
from 9 a. in. to 11 p. m. for the in
spection of the ftiruituie wltiol will
be told at auction on Wednesday.
An alarm ot lire was rung at mid
night Saturday. A iiio was discov
ered in an upstairs room of a two
story uninhabited cottage at the
lower end of Ala ken street. No. 1
Company put it out. It was no
Tub "Bulletin Weekly Summary '
will be out to-n.orrow morning. Bi
lue and send a copy to your friendt
abroad by the mail which closes at
11 o'clock. The Mimmury will coi -tain
tho only complete aic.mnt if
Tiinin Majesties the King and
Queen attended divine service at
Kuumakupili church, Sunday morn
ing. Mr. J. W. Robeite-oii, Viee
Cli.imbeilain and Alts. Itobcitt-on
were in attendance. There was a
Ix compliance with the request
and for the accommodation of pa
tions, tho Tramways Company run
an extra car from tho llille Hango tt
town this morning, at 0:!10 o'clock,
and another at 8:10. Cars will inn
icgtilaily at theho houiir, fiom thih
This yacht Casco which arrived al
San Fiaiiciseo Murcli lid had a baj.
ot mail on hoard from Ilotiolulu.
Captain Otis asked the post ollice
officials to tend a nicbseiiger for it,
which thoy declined to do, and in
foimed the captain lie was liable to a
heavy fine and inipiiaonnient foi its
detention. The bag of mail was soon
Ladies and gentlemen desirous of
joining the Hawaiian Academy ol
Music arc requested to send in tlicii
names addrchced to Signor Campo
bello or Mr. H. Jiergcr, P. O. box 18,
before Friday evening next, when
the first icheari-al will take place.
Members taking part in the choruses
will bo iiisti noted free of charge. The
imo and place of rehearsal will be
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Band concert at Emma Square at
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 K. of P.,
Mrs. J. I. Dowsettand Miss Dow
sett were passengors on the Mari
posa. Mrs. R. J. Creighton left on the
Mariposa for the Colonies.
News camo by the Mikahala of the
birth of a daughter to the wife of
Mr. K. V Glade, of Kekaha. .Con
giatulations. Mrs. II. A. Parmalee and Miss
Lottie Puriualeo returned on the
Mariposa, looking well after a four
months visit in the Eastern Slates.
Mr. W. N. Hart, a representative
of -the San Francisco "Examiner,"
was a through passci ger on the
Mariposa en route to Samoa, in the
inteiests of that paper.
Mr. F. E. Hamilton, correspond
ent for a number of Eastern papers
passed tin oil" h on ihe Mariposa.
He intends to visit Apia.
Dr. M. E. Grossman lias not for
gotten the Bui.ixtis. We have to
thank him fur late San Francisco
Several whaling captains arrived
on the .Mariposa to join their vessels
at this port.
Chief Engineer Wilson of tho
Mariposa, has resigned his position,
lie is succeeded by Mr. Fletcher,
lato fimt assistant engineer of tho
Miss Aileno Ivors, sister of Mrs.
W. G. Inin, was present at the
ball given at Washington, Mnrch
1th, in honor of President Harrison's
inauguration. Miss I vers uoro a
combination of white and lilac tulle
over white silk, the tulle falling
struiuht to the bottom of tljo skirt,
and finished with a garniture of
violets. The waist and fr,nt of the
skirt were draped with embroidered
Lats Form lews
(.Per S. S. jlhirpoiii.)
The li. M. S. Mariposa arrived
Saturday evening li out San Fran
cisco with dates to Match Dili. Fol
lowing is a summary :
Capt. John Ericsson the engineer
died at New Yuik Mutch 8tli.
The American lumeli.til teams
played a game at Paris, March lh.
The Pope is pupaung an encycli
cal on the necessity of peace in
Pennsylvania and Maryland were
visited by a severe earthqunke shock
A thaw and heavy rain9 Mnrch
8th caus d serious floods in the mid
lands and tliu west of England.
Numerous fatalities arc leported.
The excitement over tho reported
gold diseovoiics in Santa Clara
County, Cal., still keeps up. Hun
d eds ot people are heading' for the
Tho Empress of Austria's health
is shattered owing to the shock of
Crown Piince Rudolph's death. Her
condition is critical.
Isaiah V. Williamson, the cncr
lible millionaire philunthrophist,dicd
at Philadelphia March 7th.
The U. S. Enterprise lias been
oi dered to Zanzibar to protect Amer
ican interests there.
A deputation from Boulogne visit
ed Boulangcr and presented to htm
a sword ot honor. The Government
has forbidden similar demonstrations
in the future
Tliu Biitish man-of-war Sultan has
been wrecked off the island of Co
inino, in the Mediterranean, The
Captain and crew were saved.
The latest news from the Hague
is that the death of the King of
of Holland is imminent. There
are acute symptoms of blood
poisoning. The King is experienc
ing terrible suffering.
A marked increase in the hostility
to foreigners is noticeable through
out China. The native soldiery at
Cue.Foo are suspected of plotting
to attack the foreign settlement.
Edison's iecandescent.lighl patents
have been declared void in Canada
lor non-compliance with the Cana
dian patent laws.
By a vote of fifty-moe to thirty
nine tho House ot Representatives
St. Paul, Minnesota, refused to sub
mit to the people an amendment in
favor of prohibition.
A dispatch from Zanzibar sa3-s a
light took place between Arabs and
tho Germans on March 3d ami that
the Germans re-occupied Bagamoyo
without lo-s. Bushiii, the Aiab
leader, was wounded.
The British vessel El Dorado
2,070 tons burden, passed Ihiotigh
the Panama Canal from Aspinwall
to Chagres, .a distance of lillecn
mi 03. This is the first foreign vessel
Unit has pnbbcd thiougli the canal.
Sidney Bartlett, L. L. 1)., died at
Boston, ilass., March 7th, aged
ninety. He was of the counsel be
fore the Ilaycs-Tilden ELctoral
Commission, and was in many other
The Ministry of New South Wales
was defeated Match b'lh, on the
question of protection and h3 re
signed. Sir Henry Parkes will form
a free trade Cabinet.
The Paris Court of appeals has
declared the Panama Canal Com
pany a civil association, reveising
the decision of the Tribunal ot
Commerce that the company was a
Viscount Mandeville, the eldest
son of the Duko of Manchester, has
b -en declared a bankrupt. His lia
bilities are SCOO.OOO. The cause of
his difficulties was high living and
betting. In 1870 he married an
American wife, Miss Yzuuga of New
Parnellites are in a flutter over
the-approachitig close of the 'J'iim.i
ease. Sir Charles Russell is ready
t) make an elaborate opening ad
dress for the Parnellites. He is
determined not to risk an adverse
decision on any grounds. The most
of the witness s suhpctiacd from
Ireland huve promised their services
ST. PATRICKS' DAY.
Several miith loving young men
ot this city, bent on tiie celebration
of tho Saints Day selected a ratlnr
unique way of showing their enthus
iasm. They wore white plug hats
modesty adorned with greui lib
bons, and other emerald devices,
whilst the team was most profusely
decorated. They tiaverscd the en
tiie city, and created a cousideiahlo
amount of merriment and on being
questioned as to their names and ob
ject, they only answered "Twenty."
MotictixiHiltrt'lt Iteml me ch rytd 10 etiti
ler line for the flrtt insertion, and oe ntii'trlint
tetry uiUtitionul imtrtlim,
!ANOS ir-ienV"ii" 'liiiTM nfc Ik',
puriiiiuiit, lliiMuii 11 Kcwu Co.
(I USICAL Iiisinimeittnof uvvry .
LtJL filptitm, for sii'u islicip nl iliu
Music JJepurtnii'iit. lltiwitii'iii Ktws Co.
SHEET iMnslo mid .Mnsiki Kollos.
Itiut ccliuom tfn.ijr and lii6iru.
inciiinl folios at tliu .Music Department,
llmvalliiii Miiwa fo. ill! tin
'THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
1 'Jcl cul nmi.ri, purely lou.il iihiiui
Mallul to loiuin countries, $r put
JUST ltcelvitl a supply ol Tahiti
Bamboo for milking lints.
101 liv J. E. JJKOWN & CO.
GEEAT CLEARANCE '
I hereby beg to inform the general publio that during my Clearance Sale large inducements will be offered,
and immense reductions are made in every department.
Great Reduction in Embroideries and Laces of ail descriptions S
The Entire Stock will be offered in that Department at Cost.
Ladies, Misses & Childrens SVluslan Underwear !
Will be offered at a great sacrifice. I call particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains arc offered in , -
Lacs Curtains anil Cretonnes, etc., etc, etc. """"' c"":'" Wile Dresses, Lace Cans, lien Bonnets, etc.
Of every description will be closed out. Kid Gloves ilUeapair; Silk Gloves & Mitts greatly reduced. ,
Parasols, prices cut in half; Extreme Bargains in Table .Linen Sc Napkins.
E3 A Large Remnant Table Every Day of our Clearing Sale ffl
Mosquito .Nettings reduced to $2 25 a piece ; Try our prices in "White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Percoles,
fast colors; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
Sateenes & Satins reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Tiy our Flannel, extra wide, 3fc yard; immense
reduction in Black Cassemeres. My entire stock of
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES
Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not iniBS this chance.
taTGrOOJOaS HOI.,,n FOU CYSSri ONJLY J3UJUIIN& "THE SALE"5J
175 1111 S. EHRLICH. Proorietor.
kMATO-MV 14 MOOVUJ1UUI
Siimrr of tin Forty
Dciitli-chiiiiis mill KiulownientH
Dividends., Annuities nnd Purchased
Total to Poliuy-holiloi .'
New Policies Issued. ....
New Insurance Written. .
DivWblo Surplus, Co.'d New Standard
LIABILITIES, New State Standard
SUlll'LUS, by New Sttc Standard (4
lew York Life I
Policies 111 Force. . .' 120,9 . 1
IiiMumicu in Force tyUa.SStv'Oj.Ol)
PROGRESS IN 1888.
Increase in 1 nlcrwl . , .; .107 ,75'' .08
Increat" in B.-neiit-. to Policy-holders 1,137,850.20
IiiCK'.i' in Surplus for Dividends 1 ,053,20(1.1) I
Inere.tM' i.i Premiums 2,810,737.03
Increase in Total Incomes 3,348,405.71
Increase in Ati-fts 10.400,340 70
Incrcii.'u in Insurance Written 18,270, 13(5 00
Increase in Insurance in Force 00,950,909.00
Exclusive of the amount specially irscrvcd n it contingent liabilitv to
Tontine Dividend Fund.
t Over and above a 4 por cent, rencive on existing policies of that class.
The New York Life issues a greater variety of policies than any other
life company, thereby adapting its contracts to the largest number of people.
It has lately perfected 11 Mortuary Dividend system, under which many of
its policies are issued with guaranteed return of all premiums paid, in addi
tion to tho face of the policy, in case of death during a specified period.
Tim returns on the New York Life's Tontine Policies that have matured
have been l.ujjer than thosn of any other company, comparison being liuide
between policies taken at came age and premium rate, and running through
tho same penod of time.
The policies of the New York Life, as now isuued, aie notjbly free from
restriction as to occupation, residence and travel, and claims mo paid upon
receipt and approval by the Company of satisfactory proots of death.
In connection with these statements of the piiuciples, cii'tuiii anil suc
cess of the New York Life, wo give herewith ligures showing the average
yearly buine.-s d 10 dining live periods covering the Comp.niy's entire his
tory, and the con litiou of the Company at the end of each period. Thetis
figures show u giowth as marvelous as it lias been continuous, and a present
strength and voliuno'of bminess that furnish the inot ample gimranteeh to
INSURANCE WRITTEN & INSURANCE IN FORCE.
1815-1859, 15 years..
1800-1809, 10 vears..
Ib70-lb70, 10 veais. .
lStiO-lVSl, 5 yiwis..
1885-1888, 4 yean,
PREMIUMS RECEIVED & AMOUNTS PAID POLICY-HOLDERS.
1815-1859, J 5 years
18(!0-18(!9, 10 'venrs
1670-1879. 10 yeais
1880-1881, 5 veais
1885-1888, 4 veari
DEATH-CLAIMS PAID AND
1815-1859, 15 vent,...
UOO-1809, 10 vears-.
I87i)-lb79, 10 ears.
1680-1881, ii ears. ,
Ib8.r-1888, I yea is
ASSETS & SURPLUS
Number and Date.
15th Report, Jan,, 1800, .
25th Hepoil,.lan., 1870.
35th Report, Jan., 1880..
40. li Report, Jan., 1885.
4 lilt Ropoit, Jan., 1889.
, . . .
103 2w 70 2t
Comer of Hotel
- inn Annnal fieprl
JAN. 1, 1889.
(4 per cent) f79,l741ir,.U7
per cent) $ 13,500,000 00
. ...i f. 2.181,501
. ... 10,519,701 ...
. ... 22,250,981..
. . . . 42,029,979 .
. ... 90,307,193
roice, l$ud of
Average Amount Average Ain't
of Premiums Paid Policy-
llcceived Yearly. liohbip. Yearly.
$ 258,237.17. . 132,212.10
RECEIPTS FROM INTEREST.
. 1,489,027.10 .
.. 2,014,090 95..
AT VARIOUS DATES.
jNo Estimate by
, . $ 2,390,225.21
.. . 9,890,573.40
Goneral Atfents Hawaiian Inland,
& Fort Streets.
THE " ARCADE,
75 & 77 Fort St-EGAN
Freicl, English ai American Dry ana Fancy Good's !
Also, XTme CiiMtom-mude Olotlilnj;,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Cape, Boots, Shoes &c
J3i'll rrolvpliom-. ,"50 "uirtOttr 3lutiial Teloplioni. JJT' 1
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hoar Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Rulk or 1'nM;
SCOTCH Jiiitl I&ISB. "SVJBL SLmTSTSr,
In Glass and fttono .Tar;
Very Fine fc Very Cheap Qualities, 113 arc wanted ;
GglS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), nlso, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, BcHt Brand in the Iklarlcot ;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Rulk nnd Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes
In l'inth and Quart.".
Bitters. liiquor.s Al).slnlhc,
Apollinnri Water, Kuminel;
Very Superior CALIFORNIA-WINES,
' - ah vottowfli . ,; , f. 7
Ziuftuulol, Malaga, Tolcay, Madeira,
-Port, -Sherry, Riesling,' HockH,-Etc.,-Etc.
g& All of which will Im fold
02? H hlnek Walnut I'arlor Milte, up.
huhtcieil hi hlaek huiftu linirtii
pcifeet older, alfo 0110 lot of ,lillo
Itabhlts, for wlc cheap, liupilru Itui
i.ktin Ollleo. IOC lv
-1 NEW "Iiivliielhlo" Couipouiul Cen
1 trllii,'iil Tumping KiiL'lne, with At-
laeiieu 1 .inn. 11s r iiiui Air rump, eom-
plutc; dhuiiitcr of (llseliurge pipe, 8
IIONOLUU' IKON WOUKS uo.
Japanese Employment Agency.
T. MOHI would ret.
pectlullv Inform tliu
pi.bliu of llunoliiui at. tl the
Uiiiiid. L'l'iirrullv. thn Im has oncned
JupuiiOdc lCmplonieiii dlllce nt Nu :)()
KIiik striui. west of Kekauliko suect,
v.huie hu will tiu rcaily 10 promptly fill
nil oral-is far Inpaiu.-nc ho p Knulisli
hi d llnwaliuu bj olion. Bull Tvlejiliouu
o,ii'jJ. Ordcro frwin pUntuuon 'iill.
ciloJ. 105 lw
DAYS OILY !
& CO-Honolulu, H. I.
Halo a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST RATES by
A COPY of "The Creation," (oratorio)
IX. at the
HawftllRQ News Co.
AGIltL, say 10 or VI ycar of age to
assist in the household duties of n
email fainilv. Arply to ". U."
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tliu uuiiu:il ineethii; of the slock,
'.older iif tho I'coiilo'si Ieo & He
filgcrator Co. held this ill), Uio follow.
iiiU named persons wvn elocted us off),
ceri for the i-nulni;yiar:
J K. Wlldc ...v... President.
W. W. Mall Vlrr.l'resldent,
U.K. Furttur Henrcury,
W, 12. Wall Treasurer,
W. O. Smith Auditor.
Tim uhave named oIIIcgm connliute
Hii.ihI of I)iructnr.
W. K. 1'OSTEB,
Secretary', I, &-J(. 00.
Honolulu, Mnrch 0, IW. 1(0 in