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1 1 JL. cm, firm-d report that th- cruder Keii.o Iteo bu foundered oiFTaujiier. More than 4 U ion Mre nupposeil to liv heHi drowned. Tiie Heino Kego is three dat overdue at Cadiz. OI'.IZ 1A ON I'lKK. l'ulaonou Ua lieln mltl from the Tolcano. Cordoha. (State of Vrra Cruz, Mex ico), Mtiefi 10. The r-ak of Orizowa, an an.-ient volcano, Id in a state oi eruption. The signs of disturbance began to manifest themselves !a-t Sunday night, and Lave iucreased in force fiuce that time. Tbe cone i now voraiinff poisonous gases, and th ck volume- of raoke are emlited from a hundred apertures In 1U great maw. The earth far a hundred miles around is shaken ?rceptlb)y with subter ranean vlbmtious. Great alarm exists among the dwellers in the cities of Cordoba, Orizaba," Kalapa and the dozens of small villages scattered within the scope of the i-traiige and interesting phenomenon. The shocks aa vet have not been of a ferioua na ture, and no damage from them has beeu rejorted. America Demand an Apology. Madrid, March 15. 1 merican minuter to.lav nn-seuteu teuianu for an apology and reparation from Spain on account of the Alliance ai falr. The mlnifeter'n claim was bised oo adl-ptch from Gresham in which the latter reiterates the facts of the firing on the steamship Alliance by a Bpani-h war vessel, and says the windward pasr-agw where the firing occurred is the natural and usual hig li way for vessels plying between tlie ports of the United States and the Carribean ea. The forcible interfer ence with them cannot be claimed as a belligerent act, and can under no circumstances be tolerated when a state of war exists. This government Will expect a prompt disavowal of the act, due expression of regret on the part of Spain and will insl-t that im mediate and positive orders be given to the Bpahish navnl conimaudeis rot to Interfere with legitimate commerce nor in any way wantonly imperil life and property lawfully uuder the American fla. Itrltl.1i Iurer Shot. Washington, March 13. Acting Secretary o Slate Uhl sent a dispatch to Governor Foster of Louisiana yes terday, informing him that the British Ambassador had couiplaiued of the shooting f the purer of the rdiip Engineer during the rioting in New Orleans yesterday, and has asked to be informed what teps had been taken fr the safety of lives. It Is not probable tht England will ak the United States to compensate the wounded purser, but it is probable that some indemnity will be paid him as a matter of International -ourtey. It is s'ate l the Governor will under no circumstances order federal troops to New Orleans uuiil the reso-irces i.f the state are exhausted or the Govern ment property is attacked. . Quarrelsome Governors. Indianapolis, March, 12. A bitter quarrel occurred between Lieutenant Governor Nye and GovernorMatthewa hor ly before uoou today. . This Is the last day of the Legislature and the Lieutenant-Governor took ad vantage of hiscoustltutioual rights to pass no idlls on the ist.ay uov eruor Matthews heard of ihis and started out to hunt for Nye. He found hlro in the speaker's room and demanded that he permit the pas-age of the ptize-fltfhtitig bill. Those present say tbatNye told the Governor to go to h 1. "I am running lids Senate," said Nye, "and not a single bill shall be passed while I'm in tiie chair" The Governor left in : rage and blows were narrowly averted. The Peruvian Kerolutlon. Washington, March 14. The Charge d'Atl'alres attaches no impor tance to thedispatch ftating that three bundled Government troops were killed in a battle near Cabano, a few days ao and which resulted m the defeat of the Peruvian troop. He eays the pteseiit revolution in Peru Is a revo'utin in natueoiuy. iol mre than two thousand areeiigiued in the so called revolution. Operations are confined to outlying communities. Ilrhrlos: Sea I'atrol. Washington, March 14. The fol lowing levetiue cutters have been des ignated to patiol Bearing sea this s- ason : Corwiu, Uub, Bear, Grant, Wolcottand Perry. Asslntant Secre tary of State Hamliu toiiay stated that the Pretidf nt had not deidguated . any warships to patrol Behriug tea. Several warsldps will probably be designated to assist the revenue cut ters later, should the number of poachers'' in the sea become numer ous enough to require their presence. egroe KUled In IMots. New Orleans, March 15 Troubles betweeu the white and negro long shoremen of New Orleans, re-ulted in au attack upon the negroes by a mob of white men on the morning of March 12th. Five men were killed and nine eriouly Injured. Latest reports state everything quiet, though the militia are still on guard. New Trial for ITlman. New York, March 15 The general term of the- Supreme Court ha re versed the Judgment convicting Eras tua Wiiuau of forgery in the secoud degree, and on wbicti he was sentenced to five years and ix mouths In State prison; and has granted him a new trial. Diplomat In Danger. Constantinople, March 12. The Russian yacht Czarina, with the Min ister to Greece on hoard, was wrecked on Sunday in the Gulf of Patras. The fate of the Minister and crew Is un known. Two Greek warship have been sent to the scene of the wreck. migration from Quebec Quebec, March 14 A telegram from St. PascbJ, Kamnuraska, states that on hundred ieroii took the train on Tuesday for the United States. A similar nutoher leit last week. Other places In Quebec iUtilct are be ing elmllarly depopulated. The ew uitrlln Line. London, March 15. The Colonial OfttVe and Treasury are considering J. E. Huddart's pmject for the new Canadian Pacific ste-mship line to Australia aud will give a decision soon. . " 7KLi:(JKrH IIUKVITIEH. lVruvi an coal U to be introduced on the Pacific Coast. King Humbert of Italy was fifty one yenrs old on the 14th. Sir ilobert WlllUm Duff, Governor of New South Wale, is dead. Sir William Harcourt may accept the Speakership of the Commous. It has been decided that the y.cht Vgilant a new keel shall be fixed in Vur York. ' Eight hours a day system has been adopted In the postal uepanmcui, Great Britain. The Violet, with President Cleve land on board, arrived at Norfolk, V a., on March loth. Ambassador Bayard is working for a satisfactory settlement of the Vene zuela boundary question. Walcott has been matched against Dick Burge for $5000 a side. Tbey fight in England iu Augu-t. S. M. Burrow, a prominent London business man who died recently in Monte Carlo, has bequeathed 4000 to Henry Gtorge. The engagement is announced of MI-s Edith Bronson, of New York, to Count Coslmo Rucellai, a lieutenant in the Italian Navy. Armenians Iu Caucasus are exten sively signing an address to Mr. Glad stone, thanking the ex premier for his defense of the Armenians. The City Council of Berlin, which is controlled by .Rtdicals at.d Social Democrats, has rejected a inoiton to send a birthday address to Bismarck. A number of per.-ons iu the Charles ton Navv Yard have bc-n discharged, and others' wages reduced because the appropriation has been almost ex hausted. There is dire distress In Newfound land. Relief hat beeu sent from vari ous points In the Uulted States aud Canada. Hundreds, of families are leaving for the States. The P.-ussIan Government has or dered that all schools b closed -on April lr, Bi-marck a 80th birthday. Hieeial prayer will be off-red in all Evangelic tl chur.-hes forBi9inrck on Suuday, March 31t. Dr. Herz, of Panama canal fame, has been summoned to appear iu Paris in support of his appeal against the sentence f five years' imprison ment aud three thousand francs fine imposed upon him for blackmailing Baron Reinach. Concert This Evening. The Hawaiian band will. render the following programme at Emma Square this evening, commencing at 7 :30 : PART J. 1. Overture "I PurItanl"...Boupquit 2. Piccolo Solo "Deep Blue Sea" -Brewer Mr L. Bar-otti. 3. Cornet Kolo "Silver Stream" ....Roilinson Chas. Kreuter. 4. Grand Selection "AttiIa".....Verdi part ii. 5. Medley "Popular Melodies"... Kappey 6. Waltz Makee Isl ind ' Berger 7. Faniania "The Smith's Song" (new) -Edenberg 8. March "National Guaid of Hawaii" -Berger "Hawaii Ponoi." Sunday at St. Andrew's. The captain, officers and sailors of H. M S. Nymphe attended di vine pervice at St. Andrew's Cathe dral Sunday morning. There was also a larie congivgati00 present. The Rev. V. II. Kitcat intoned the service, and the sermon on the life of Joseph was preached by the Bishop of Honolulu. Mr. A. G S. Hawe, the British Cummieeioner, and Captain Huntingford, of the Nymphe, occupied front seats. The sailors joined heartily in singing the hyiiine. At the cIo.e of the service the British national anthem was played on the organ. Tennis Tournament. The courts of the Pacific Tennis Club were used for the first time last Saturday afternoon. Walter Dillingham and Dr. Howard were winners in the tournament played off by members of I h club. Holomua Publishing Company's PLANT FOE SALE ! Landlord's Sale of Goods Dis trained for Rent. XJOTlOE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1A that I shall, upon FkIDAY, the 9tb day o March. 1895, at 12 o'clock noon, at ho Thomas' Block on King street in Honolulu, in the pr-rnWea now occupied by the Holomua Pub i-hinu Company, cell the PJam of the Holomua Publishing Company, including all pies e, lype, caee-,p-i r, fireproof safe, and all and in tar tht;- o s. chitt-ls and effects f the fad Ho ouui Publish ing Company, the same l-aving been heretofore distrained by me fr rnti E. II. THOMAS, By his Agent 8 C. All-n. Dated Honolulu, lrceinbr 4ih, lb94 Jas. F. Morgan, 3943 1 637 td AUCTIONEER. The Hawaiian Gazette Company manufacture rubber (damps of all descriptions. The Mutual Life OF NKW YORK, RICHARD A. McUURDY, ' - - President. Company's' Statement for the Year Ending December 31st, 1894 ASSETS Income. Received for Premiums - $36,123,163 82 Received from all other Srourccs II 897.7CG 12 $4,020.Sf9 94 Disbtirsemonts. To Policv-h'ders for Claims bvdeath... $1 1 ,9?9,794 04 loxotic) fof Klld,m.tfl DiyidMs.etc IR9.4H3 14 $21 089.C57 03 For all other Accoutts 9 789 K34 IS $30,&73,S91 20 Assets United States Pond nd other Securities $?3 9.0 fi9J C First lien Loans cn B ,nds and Mortage 7 1. Sod 415 9i Iv ans on stocks and Uonds J 1.36 j ljHJ 00 Heal Estate v "i S9' i? iff liond nd other S-curi n8 cn B jnda and Mori :ks and LJonds rwi, ltontrc ani Trust i.cmnaiuei Accrued lnere-t, D-Jerrca rrcmir.me, Reserve for Policies and other L'b'liJ iep.Co.'d Surplus 4U - . ... Insnranco and Annnit'eH assumed acd renewed ..... Insurance and Annuuies in force DeCiiHer 31, 1-J4 have cartful! v examined the forecoing Statement and find the same to be CH -RLK6 A. ritKLLf.lt. Auditor. From the Surplus a dividend will Le apportioned aa usual. correct, Report of tlio Eximining Committee. Office of Tub Mcthal Life insckce Company of New York. Feb. 7, 1S95. At a ni'etii'K t.f the i.onrd of Trustees t this Company, held vn the 2nth dt.y of Decemb r las-, the umlo'gned were ppointd a C mmitic- to examine the annual stHtem. nt for th - ye r en-ling December 31, lb&l, and ta ver fy tbe same by comparison with the asseti of the Coiupmv. , , . , , The Committee hav carefully performed the duty assigned to thm, and hee&y cert'f.v that the statement is in ail particulars correct, aud th.t the assets specified therein are in po-session of die CompHnv. u r li making ihi- certificate the Committee bear testimony t the high characte-oi the investment of the Company and exp ess thnr approval of the systeni. order, and accuracy with which the accounts and vouchers have been kept, and the business in general transacted. rigne , H. U. Von Tost. J. Holwrt Hercick, Charles R. Henderson. Tbeo. A. Havemeyer, Charles E. Miller, Robert Srewell. I3oard of Samuel D. TUiVock. Charl.s E Miller, Henry 11 . Rogers. Charles R. Hendersov, George F I5a' er. He mann () Von Tost, Adrian Lelin. Jr., Ktuyves.tnt Ush, Oliver Harriroan, GeorgeS C:e. W..lter R. G llette. J no. W Auchiucloss, George Dliss, Dudl. v Olcott, Alt-x. II Ric, iu. i 1'ixon, AUgUStU U ROBERT .A. GRANNISS. Vice-President. WALTER R. GILLETTE, General Manger. ISAAC F. LLOYD. 2d Vice-1'ieMde .t. ".X.15?? mft, r a' 2' WILLIAM J. EAtiTON.be r trv. LhERT KLAMROTll. Asst. bee. FREDERIC CROMWELL Tteasmer. JOHN A. FONDA, AnsictMiH Treasurer. J vi KS Tl M ?2d SM-tant Twnrer. W ILLIAM R. SAND-, Cash-er KDW iKD P. HOLDKN, Assistant Cashier. EmORY McCLINTOCK, LL D., F.I A , Actuary. JOIINTATLOCK. Jr.. Mt.nt Actuary.' 'WM. W B H aBDS .CPtroP" CIIARLE6 A. I'RELLEU, Audi or. H S. HROWN. Asst. comptroller. EDWARD LYMAN SHRT. General fcohcitor. MEDICAL DIRECTORS; MD GD8TAVUB 53. WINSTON, M.D i-LIAbJ. M.u. GRANVILLE M.WHITE. M.D. For particulars apply to ' S. B. ROSR, General Agent PTawaiian Islands. Ycu had bettor get off tbe earth if you uWt wear McIneb4 ny's Shoe-. e-ALL PRIZE WINDERS. Mclnerny, T1IK HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING CllIPANY keeps si ways and conntatt on Lund all thto kuori CHEMICAL FF RTlLIZEUf4 and offers them for Bale a the lowest market atP. . . ' Tbey tuafiara'tarf trompiftte Hl&i Grsule Fertilizers to oy tpeial fornitLa auc guarantee the m;i!vi?. and-all ht otlier firm? do. t Plauterb wool.! do to vrnie the undereiu?d rfore ordering anywhere eisc gX2 A dollar tAvd f. a dollar made. Join the Columbia Bicycle Club. i Insurance $204,638,783.96 . C ii C. AT " " $-U4 ti3 783 : ti Stan Jard, Arn.4 percent. 18 109 4' 6 1 $2-,5.9,3j7 b2 .; $75,290 677 97 , S55,J07,7iS 42 Trustees. Robert Sewell. Henry W. tfni'th, ) i h A. McCurdy, II. Walter Webb, 'J he . Morf Tl, R W. PecUhrii, Frd Cromwell, Robert A. Oranniss, S. V R. Cruger, Robert Olyphant. James C. Ho den. .. -ge Hven, William Habcock, J.- ttobarn Herrick, Julien r. Davies, Lewis Jay JnilliarU, JOCO. A. uaicmcjci. Fort Street, YOU MUST HAVE TO MAKE G001 CROPS. Compaoy S w. o,i'JO t i A.. K. COOKE, Pioritor and Manfteer Hawaiian Fertilizine fVmpanv , BYAUTH0R1TY. ARTHUR A. WILDER, Esq, bas this day beeu appointed a Notary Public for tbe Fir.t Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiiau Islands. J. A. KINU, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, March 22, 1S?5. S9o0-3t CHARLES CROZIER, Esq., has this day been appointed a member of the Board of Fire CommisMonera for the city of Honolulu vice Hugh Qunn, resigned. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, March 21, 1S95. 3950 3t Water Notice. Holders of water privileges, or those paying water rates, are hereby notified that tbe hours for irrigation purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m. and 5 to 6 o'clock P.M. . ANDREW BUOWX, Superintendent of Water Works. I Approved . J. A. King, Minister of ihe Interior. Honolulu, March 12, 1S95. S942-tf Fire, Life and Marine Insurance New York Life Iunurance Company, Assets $ !55,s5J,4J3,73. London itnd Lancashire Innurance Com- )SUJ. Assets I2.G-1 1,029. U. S Eranch. Ilartford Tire Insurance Company. Assets $7,78,022. I'alatlne Insurance Company, Assets $2 233,974 U. S. Branch. ThiiniM and Mersey Marine Insurance Company, Assets $0,124,057. J. VI. dowsett, General Agent for the Hawaiiau Inlands. . 394 lm Valuable -: Real -: Estate FOR SALE. We offer fcr sale upou very reasonable terms 5 J. or a of Land, each 75x200 feet on Penf ac Ia str- et 3 Lots on Piikoi street x Lot, 200x400 fet, with Dwelling House and Oui-b ildmgs, eituied be tween PeneaeolH and I'iikoi streets, witn a 25-t roadway to each of the above Si reels Parties wishing to purrhace good Bmldinn J ots in a drsirable loca ion can purchase any or all of the above at very low prices and uiom easy payments. ayi?'or particulars apply to fBE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT AND INVESTMENT COMPANY, 41S FORT STREET, HONOLULU. ATTiiNTlON ! r WOULD REftPFCTFULLY IN 1 form my frier ds and the public thai I am stiil in the Tinmi:h a. id PJumbin business That 1 ana now oflrinc foi cash regular size 2x6 feet. Zi' c Lined rath Tubs with Plur, Cbain and hd1I piece of pipe ret.d3T for connection fcr only $10 eai h. Iso JStone Pipe at bed rock prices: t in.. 45u. a length ; 5 in. 4)' a l-rii:th ; r in .. 25c a length. X"A1: kinds of Jobbing piornptly at en- d to. 7"Uing up Telephone 814 p.L-d yonr orders will receive prompt attention at lowest pric s. JAS NTT. .Ir. Note rJ liat the War la over, and it is the duty of every citizen to t-upport thr exUtin form of tfovern ment. Althorgb things mav rut move with the c mlUlt? that would insure an everlasting pe-ce. still ihy mav bo al lowed tofubs'de into that inHifference without animosity, tuat would allow either party to work cut their best int rests All things considered it may be for the best, but time, the onlv an iirator in fucti cifve-, must alone dcide that. J. t. BTEWAHl' is a plumber and will do your wik in a shipe aud at figures tbat will vive saiisfacion. 349-tf 15 BETHEL STREET. PIONKKK Steam Candy Factory and Bakery F. HliRN, PractleaJ Confectioner and baker, '0. 71 IIOTKL, STREET. 37S3-tf H. J A OVEN, Practical Gunmaker K An nv kind of rRDairinsr to fire arms, also Brwningand Bl eing and restocking q"al to factory work, at-s faction KUrantet-d. Union street, witn C rr'ine 'nintr Sfl-r At Gaxetta OfS.cs. NEW EDITION or the Touris's' Guide Through Hawaii, 2500 Copies. To Be Issued April 15a. A second edition of this very popular hand book descriptive of Hawaiian Scenes and Scenery is now running through the press, Bad will be published on or abont April 15. It has ben carefally revised, and portions of it rewritten, bringing ii dwn to the present date, making it an iodisperj8ib!e hand book. Besides a full description of each of the islands, it contains most val uable information for tourists relat ive to steamer travel, rates of passage, hotels, weather records, health resorts, the Government, exports and imports, a brief account of the revolution of 1895, interesting facts for inquiring tourists, notes on coffee, sugar, &c, &c , and all information sought by tourists regarding these islands. A full index accompanies it. The book will be beautifully illus trated with maps and some twenty five full page pictures. Cn be obtained from the News dealers in Honolulu. Price 75 cts., pt-r copy. H. M. WHITNEY. Alitor and Publisher. P. O. Box 159. Telephone 75. 3947 16391m YOU CAN OWN THE Miracle Workirg Giapliophone! To meet the lonar expressed demand for a pimple, light, inexpensive, com pact lalfcin Machine for iixhibition or Home Entertainment. Loud, clear and brilliant in results; either with horn or multiple tube. PEERLESS! PERFECT! So simple you can learn to u?e it in five minutes ; nothing to get out of order. C7".Machine8 en be sen in op ra tion at Hart's, Hotel Btreet, or nddress C. 8TOECKLK, S940-2w Honolulu. Prize Exhibition of Land Shells. ANY RESIDENTS, WHO MAY have collections of land shell, which they wiuld be willing to put on public exhibition are invited to corres pond with Trof W. T. Br gbam, Curator of the B. P. Bishop Mnsenm. It.is pro poped to offej pi ize8 for the best corec tions. . The co lections will be displayed in the central tables of the Museum An nex tvery possible facility will be af forded for naming and arranging the thells. The Museum will be open to the pubic on Fiidajs and Saurdas, and the collections will be on exhibition for three weeks, beginning May 10. 39 0 164-lm J. 33. O. Bohemian Beer ! FBOM TUg Amsricm Brewing Company, Et. Louis Sj&TFot sale by II. TV. SCHMIDT & SONS 343-lw Election of Officers. AT THE -ANNUAL MEFTrNG of the stockholders of the Inter Iplnndte m Nav'ua'i mCompanv,(L'd.) held this dav, the following: Officers and Directors were elected for the en suing year: W B Godfrey PrefHent j Ena Vice-President W H MeL-an Secretary J L McLean Tr-asnrer T W Uobron Auditor DISECT0BS. W B Godfrey, J Era, G N Wilcox, W O Smith, F A Scbaeftr, A 8 Wilcor, E 8uhr. w. n. McLEAN, Secretary Inter-Inland Pteam NaviKation Company. Limited. Honolulu, H. I Mrch 19, 1895. 3947 lw Guardian's Notice. HAVING THIS DAY BEEN Ap pointed guardian of James Love, spendthrift, notice is hereby given that I will not be resionsible for any bills con tracted by h'"m or hy any per-on in bui behalf, unless authorized by me ia writing. Oig ) J. aLKKED MAGOoN. Dated Honolulu. February 14, 1895. 3W(Mf Assignee's Notice. THE UNDERPINNED, THE A8 1 eunee in bankruptcy of the Estate of W H Smith, give n ti. e that h has filed in the Circuit Court, First Cbmit, Hawaiian Jsla d. hi accounts as puch Aptignee, an has asked for a settlement of the name and a di ch-irge, and hat bea-ing on the sara as een set for TUESDAY, Apri 9,195, at 10 o'clock a M ALFHE W. CAKTtB , ASbizree cf the EbUte cf W. U Kmifb, Bankrupt. S947-td i -.