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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 0, 1895,
2
A
FORM A RACING ASSOCIATION,
That is Whatihe Local Boat Clubs
Ought to Do Now.
SEW Kit A IN ACQVATIC SPOKJ9.
Description of the Three New Shells
RecelTed from A tit ral in -CI uhm Now
Placed on Equal Footing Splen
did Coarse on Pearl Harbor. Etc
A meeting of the Baseball League
will be held today at noon in the
office of W. F. Allen, to consider
the application of the Kameha
meha Alumni Association for ad
mission to the league. The fol
lowing players compose the nine :
R. Pahau, Sam Mahuka, C. Bridges,
W. Ahia, C. Kaanoi, O. Crowell, P.
Davis, J. Aea, B. Lemon.
Most of all the above-named per
sons composed the Kamehameha
nine last year. They are no longer
attending school, and desire admis
sion to the league. Their request
will likely be complied with, and
this year's league be composed of
four clubs instead of three, as pre
viously arranged.
The admission of the Kameha
meha club into the league will ma
terially increase the interest in
baseball. The boys are good play
ers and will do their share towards
making the coming season an in
teresting and successful one.
It will be necessary to arrange
a new schedule if the Kameha
meha boys' request is complied
with. This is, however, a matter
of small moment, though perhaps
it may delay the opening of the
series somewhat later than the 20th
of the present month.
The different clubs are practic
ing daily and from indications this
year's games will be stubbornly
contested. The public, no doubt,
will show due appreciation of the
resurrection of baseball by in
creased patronage.
Simmons and Behrens, who will
form the Star's battery during the
season, have written that they will
arrive here on the 24th.
TABLEAUX AT PUNAHOU.
Scenes From the Story of the
Trojan War Represented.
There was a goodly number of
friends and patrons of the school who
assembled on Friday morning to wit
ness the tableaux presented by Mrs.
Frear's read if g club, representing
scenes from the story of the Trojan
war. With a liberal and judicious use
of gold and silver paper, cheese cloth
of divers colors, pasteboard, rainbow
scarfs and sheets, they produced a
most pleasing array of gods and god
eBses. "Jupiter, the Olympian Thun
derer," and the "Vvhite-Armed Queen
Juno, Mistress of the Golden Throne,"
were truly imposing in the opening
picture. The banquet of the gods at
the marriage of PrJius and Thetis, and
the surrounding deities, were all well
represented.
Where all the tableaux were so very
good, it is hardly fair to single out any
for special mention; but we must re
call the tearful Briseis, led away from
the tent of the wrathful Achilles by
tbe reluctant heralds of Agauiemmou,
and who was not touched with pity at
the parting of Hector and Andro
mache, or thrilled by the spirited con
test over the dead body of Patroclus.
We felt as if Paris needed to look de
jected when chidden by Hector and
were glad to see that he did and we
did not marvel at the choice of Paris,
for Helen was so fair.
The r.-adinsr club was the thought of
Mr F. W. Damon aud Mrs. Frear,
and its object is to interest the young
people in classic literature and thus
direct and cultivate their taste in
reading.
Mrs. Frear has led the club, giving
it much time and thought. We learn
ed with Home surprise that the
younger children of the school attend
In greater numbers than the older
ones, and would think that the boys
and girls who expect to enter college
eoon would be glad to a -'ail them
selves of this opportunity of study in
a line which would be so helpful in
aftr years.
Mrs. Frear deserves the best thanks
of the parents of these you 114 people
for the time and patience she has so
freely bestowed upon them, and if
one may judge from the interested
faces of those who made up the audi
ence yesterday, it is surely safe to say
that she has them. 1
We hope that there will be a large
increase in the membership of the
club next year, aud may they thor
oughly enjoy tbtir stuiiy of the ad
ventures of the "wise aud noble Ulys
ses." One of the Grateful, Mothers.
Band at Emma Square.
Tbe Hawaiian Band will render
tbe following programme at Emma
Square this afternoon, commencing
at 4 :30 :
1. March "Palolo" Berger
2. Overture "Fia Diavolo" Auber
3 Gavotte "Aoseuie!" Ktpuey
4 D nee Habe rnera" D Oito
5. Wa.'iz " Love's Ohl Sweet
i3ngr' Buculossi
6. Medley " Pleasant Memories''
Beyer
"Hawaii Pouoi."
VICTIM OP CONSUMPTION.
Grocer J. H. Gay Succumbs to the
Pell Destroyer.
J. H. Guy died yesterday morn
ing of consumption. He had been
a sufferer for years, the disease be
ing hereditary in his family.
Mr. Guy came here on October
19th of last year from the Colonies,
where he had resided for the past
sixteen years, en route to his old
home in Covington, Indiana.
Finding that the climate agreed
with him, he concluded to remain,
and shortly after his arrival opened
a grocery store on Hotel street.
His business was successful from
the start. Laborious work in con
nection with opening the store
caused his lungs which had be
come partially healedto break
afresh, compelling him to take to
his bed. During the past seven
weeks Mr. Guy was perfectly help
less. Mrs. Patterson, at whose
house Mr. Guy resided, showed him
every possible attention, which
service was gratefully acknowl
edged by the sufferer to his physi
cian, spiritual adviser and friends
before he passed away.
Mr. Guy was 49 years of age, a
Union army veteran and won dis
tinction in the Fourth Indiana
Cavalry during the civil war.
His funeral will take place today
at 3 p.m. from Mrs. Patterson's
residence, opposite Y. M. C. A.
hall, and will be atteded by mem
bers of the G. A. R. Services will
be conducted at the house by Rev.
Garvin and Adjutant Egner, of the
Salvation Army, as requested by
the deceased.
Yon can buy the latest dates of this
paper at Hilo of J. A. Martin.
SEQUAH
THIS
(Saturday)
Afternoon
And Evening
AT THU
OLD ABMOBY,
Seqnab Speaks and Acts
At 3 and 7:30
WILL PLAY AT THE
Evening Lecture !
WITH
For your own benefit, come, see, hear
and judge for yourselves.
SEQUAH'
SPEAKS.
3960 lm
NATIONAL
Band
SUFFERERS
RHEUMATISM
Mr. George W Tuley
Benjamin, Missouri.
-
Good Advice
Quickly Followed
Cured of Rheumatism by
Hood's Sarsaparllla.
eC. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. :
" X was taken down with rheumatism over a
year ago. I was sick for over six months.
Often I would hare such pains that I could
hardly endure them. A friend came to me and
advised me to try Hood's 8arsaparllla. I took
him at his word and cot a bottle of it, and since
have taken eight bottles of it.
It Has Cured Me
When the doctors could do me no good what"
ever. After being benefited so much from this
medicine I describe Hood's Sarsaparllla as a
wonderful medicine. I also advise every One
who Is troubled with rheumatism not to be with-
Hood'sCures
out Hood's Sarsaparllla. I am a farmer, and
the medicine has given me much energy and
strength to perform my work." Geobgjb TV.
Tout, Benjamin, Missouri.
Hood's Pills are hand made, and perfect
la proportion and appearance. 86c. a box.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
66 Wholesale Agents.
MONDAY. TUESDAY
AND
WEDNESDAY,
APRIL ist, 2d AND 3d
Miss Cahill,
ARLINGTON BLOCK.
Hotel Street,
Dai Nippon.
3956-1 w
Handlers, Attention !
FOR SALE!
THE STANDARD-BRED TROTTISJG
KTALLION
13444 !
Stock Chief is a feautiful dapple brown.
He stands 16 hand h' h and w- ighs
nearly 1300 pounds For siza, color, con
formation, breeding disposition ano
superb trotting quali ies, he stand with
out a peer in the Hawaiian Islands. He
is a sure foai getter, his orogeny are large,
rangy animals, and they inherit in a
marked eree the qualities and deposi
tion of their sire. S'ock Chief traces 18
times to Imported Mepeeuger, twice to
Justin Morgan, four times to Mambrino
Chief. 11, tire ot Lady Ttiorne,2:18,and
ten otheis in the list; sire of the dams of
Direc'OT, 2 17; Piedmont 2:17; Iona,
2:17; Onward 2:2 and 18 oihers.ano
fire of 23 staliionf i b 80 perf rm rs in
the 2:30 list. Fu 1 particulars and a
phot graph of Ptock Ci ief will be fur
nished to anyone sending their address
to A. R. RoWA T, or tbe horse can be
seen and inspected at Dr. Fowat's Ve
terinary Infirmary, 205 Kin s reet,
Honolulu. 358-lw
WING WO TAI & CO.,
HATS RECEIVED BX BARK LIMA
A LARGE INVOICE
or
RATTAN CHA1K8 !
AJiD
3873-y
In the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit Hawaiian Islands.
IN BANKRUPTCY. AT CHAMBERS
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
of Ah KfO of Labaina, Maui, doing
bu-iness under th name of Kwong Hjp
Lung & Co., a Btnkrapt
Creditors of tbe -aid Bankmpt are
hereny notified to come in ad pr
their tlebfc he'ore the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit, at Chambers at Hono
lulu on MONDAY, th-s 15th fay of
April, lfc95, between the hours of ten
oVl ck in til- f ienoon and i oon of paid
tlay, and el-ct an As-iMiee or Assignees
of the said Bankrupt's Estate.
By the Court.
C HAUL S3 F. PETERSON,
S9Sl-lw C'erk.
The Daily Advertiser 75 cents a !
month. I
Millinery
Opeoing
STOCK
BEAR This in Mind.
Even in the wilds of the forest you'll fiud
McLNERNFS SHOE
Fort Street, .... Honolulu.
The
Mil
Life
OOF NEW YORK,
RICHARD A. McCURDY, - - President.
Company's Statement for the Year Ending December 31st, 1894
ASSETS
Income.
Received for Premiums .. $36,123,163 Si
Received from all other Sources 11 897,706 12 $48,020,869 94
Disbursements.
To Policy-h'dere for Claims bydeath... $11 ,929,794 94
" for End'm'ts.Divid'ds.etc 9 159,462 14 $21 089,257 08
For all other Accounts
Assets
United Ftatea Bond and other Securities
First lien Loans on Bonds and Mortgage
Loans on Stocks and Bonds
Real Estate
Cash in Banks and Trust Companies
Accrued Interest, Deferred Premiums, etc
$4)4 63s 783 6
Reserve for Policies and other L'b'lities.Co.'s Standard, Am .4 per cent. 182. 109,46 14
Surplus
Insurance and Annuities assumed and renewed $750,290,677 97
Insurance and Annuities in force December 31, 1&94 855,207,778 42
1 have carefully examined tbe foregoing Statement and find the same to be
correct. CH RLKS A. PKELLbB. Auditor.
From the Surplus a dividend will be apportioned as usual.
Report of the Examining Committee.
Office of The Mutual Life snbcrance Company of New York, Feb. 7, 1895.
At a meth g of tbe hoard of Trustees ot this Company, held on the 26th day of
Decemb r las , the undersigned were ppointd a Committee to examine the annual
statem nt for th ye ir ending December ai, 1894, and to verify the same by comparison
with the assets of the Compnv.
The Committee have carefully performed the duty assigned to them, and he-eby
cert-fv that the statement is in all 'particulars correct, and that the assets specified
therein are in possession of the Company.
I making this certificate the Committee bear testimony to tbe high character of
the investments of the Company and express their approval of the system, order, and
accuracy with which the accounts and vouchers have been kept, and the business in
general transacted bigne
H. O. Von Post, J. Hoban Herrick, Charles R. Henderson.
Theo. A. Havemeyer, Charles E. Ali'ler, Robert Sewell.
Board of
Samuel D. Babcock,
Charl.s E Miller,
Henry H. Rogers,
Charles R Hendersoa,
George F Ba' er.
He xnann C Von Post,
Adrian Iselin, Jr.,
Stnyvesant Fish,
Oliver Harriman,
George 8. Coe,
Walter R. Gillette,
Jno. W Auchincloss,
George Bliss,
Uudlry Olcott.
Alex. H. Rice,
George S. Bowdoin,
Wm. Jr. Dixon,
ROBERT
Augustus D
WALTER R. GILLETTE, General Manager.
ISAAC F. LLOYD. 2d Vice-President. HENRY E. DUNCAN, Jr., Cor. Sec.
WILLIAM J. EASTON. Secretary. LHERT KLAMROTH, Asst. Sec.
FREDERIC CROMWELL Treasurer.
JOHN A. FONDA, Assistant Treasurer. J MEd TIMPSON. 2d Assistant Treasurer.
WILLIAM P. 8AND-, Cashier EDW allD P. HOLDKN, Assistant Cashier.
EMORY McCLINTOCK, LL D., F.I.A , Actuary.
JOHN TATLOCK, Jr., ssistant Actuary. WM. W. RICH ARDS. Comptroller
CHARLES A. PRELLEB. Audi or. H 8. BROWN, Asst. Comptroller.
EDWARD LYMAN SHORT, General Solicitor.
MEDICAL DIRECTORS:
GCSTAVUSS. WINSTON, M.D. KLTA8J. MARSH. M.D.
GRANVILLB M. WHITE, M.D.
For particulars apply to
General A gent
FERTILIZERS
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps always and constant!?
on hand all the well known CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for sale a
the lowest market rates.
They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to any special formula aud
guarantee the analysis, and all that other firms do.
Planters wouln do well to write the undersigned before ordering anywhere e!s
7 firs :-r s?.Vfiil in a i n iar ma 1a.
A. F. COOKB,
Pronriftr.r and Manner Hawaiian Ffrtih'zine -Tompanr ,
Join the Columbia Bicycle Club.
taraoce Compaoy
$204,638,783.96
9 789,634 18
$30,878,891 26
$83 970,690 67
71.339.415 Q
1 1,361 100 00
21 69! 73? 39
9,6:5,198 91
6.6 1 6 6 5 07
. $2,59,327 82
Trustees.
Robert Sewell,
Henry W. Smith,
Mch A. McCurdy,
H. Waiter Webb,
The . Morford,
R W. Peckham,
Fred Cromwell,
Robert A. Grannies,
8. V R. Cruger,
Robert Olyphant.
James C. Ho den,
Upntge O Haven,
William Babcock,
J. Hobart Herrick,
.Lewis jay
Julien T. Davies,
Jnilliard, Theo. A. Havemeyer.
A. GRA.NNISS, Vice-President.
S. B. ROSE,
Hawaiian Islands.
YOU MUST
HAVE TO
MAKE GOOD
CROPS.
o
fiYAOTHORITY.
Sale of a Strip of Government
Land in the District of
North Kohala, Hawaii.
On TCESDAY, May 7th, 1S95, at 12
o'clock noon, a tbe front entrance of the
Executive Building, will be sold at Publio
Auction, that portion of the o'd Govern
ment Road leading from Koha'a to Wai
mea, and lying withing the limits of tbe
Kohala plantation in the District of North
Kohala, Hawaii, containing an area of
2g acres, a little more or lees.
Upset price $ 100.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, April 2, 1895.
1643 3flS9-3t
Water Notice.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for irrigation purposes are
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m. and 5 to 6
o'clock r.M.
ANDREW BKOWN,
Superintendent of Water Woiks.
Approved J. A Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, March 12, 1895.
3942-tf
Quarterly Meeting.
C. Brewer & Company, Ltd.
THE KKGULAR QUARTERLY
Meeting of the titockho'ders of tbe
C. Brewer & Company, Ltd , will be
held at the office of the company in
Honolulu, on Wedi eaday tbi 10th
inst., at 10 o'clock a.m.
B. F. BISHOP,
Secretary.
Dated Honolulu April 2, 1895.
3 58-td
Notice.
AT THK ANNUAL MEETING OF
thestockh Iders of the Kapiolani
Park Association, held on the 1st day of
April, A. D. 189i, the following gentle
men were elected to serve as officers for
the ensuing year, viz :
President A. 8. Cleghora
Vice-President Oci' Brown
Trea-urer W G Ir-in
Secretory W. M. Giffard
BOAHD OF DntECTOBK :
A. P. Cleghorn, W.M.Giffard,
H. J. Nolte, . T. H. Douglas,
Cecil Brown, J. Campbell,
E. . Cunha, Allan Herbert,
VV. G. Irwin, T. K. Walker,
C. B. W'ilson.
W. M GIFFARD,
Secretary Kapiolani Park Annotation.
Honolulu, H. I , April 1, 1095.
359-1 w 1
Partnership Notice.
HENRY H. WIILIAMS AND ED
ward A. Williams have thin day
dissolved tbe partnership heretofore ex
isting between them under the firm
name of I ion er Furniture Company, as
well as of Williams Brothers in the Fur
niture and Undertaking business in Ho
nolulu, in the Inland of Oahu.
Henry H. Williams retires from said
firm and business and Edward A. Wil
liams remaina in said business, having
formed a partnership therein with hm
father, C. r. Williams
The new firm consist of C. E. Wil
lian8 and E. A. Wi nams, and hence
forth will carry on said Furniture and
Undertaking business in said Honolulu,
under the firm name of C. E. Williams
& Hon.
Th new firm will collect all accounts
owinsr to the old firm and pay all liahili
ties thereof.
Dated tLis March 30th. A. D 1895.
H H. WILLIAMS.
ED. A WH LI A MS,
3957-2w C. E. WILLIAMS.
Assignee's Notice.
THE UNDERSIGNED, THE As
signee in bankruptcy of the estate
ofTongHing gives notice that he has
filed in the Circuit 'ourt, First Circuit,
Hawaiian islands, his accounts as sucb
assignee, and has aked for a settlement
of the same and a discharge, and that
hearing on the same hat been set for
friday, April 19, 15, at 10 o'clock a.m.
W. H. BAIRI,
Assignee of the estate of Tone Ming'
bank upt. 395-5t
ATTENTION !
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN
form my friends and the public that
I am still in the Tinsmith aud Plumbing
business That 1 am now offering for
cash regular size 2x6 feet, Zinc Lined
Hath Tubs, with Plug, Chain and small
piece of pipe ready for connection for
only $10 each, also Stone Pipe at bed
rock prices : 6 in. 45c. a length ; b in.,
40c a length ; 5 in . , 35c a length.
Ssf All kinds of Jobbing promptly
at'eru1-d to.
JCssRing up Telephone 844 and your
orders will receive prompt attention at
lowest pries. J AS NTT. Jr.
Assignee's Notice.
THE UNDERSIGNED, THE AS
piirnee in hankruptey of the Estate
of W H Smith, gives n ti- e fiat h has
tiled in the Circuit Court, First Ci emt,
t'awiiio sla d-. hi accounts us such
"st-inee, an' has asked tor a settlement
of he same and a di -chi'ne, and 'hat
hea-tng on the sam as tieen set for
TUESDAY, Apri 9,1-95. at 10 o'clock
a m A LP BE W. CARTER
Assignee of the Estate cf W. H Smith,
Bankrupt. 3947td

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