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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISES: HONOLULU, APRIL, S, iS.
2 BEAR This in Mind. IT WAS AN EXCELLFHT CONCERT the eemi-annual meeting at Wai alua the first Wednesday in Octo ber. Y. W. C. T. U. BYAUTHOKITY. Kawaiahao Seminary Girls Do Themselves Proud. PROP. BIBOKB'j WORK PRAISED. MiCM Dice Workert Zealously to Make the Occasion Successful Drill Shed Admirably . Arranged - Selections Worthy of Special Mention. Those who expected a rare musi cal treat were not disappointed with the concert given by the com bined talent of Kawaiahao Semi nary and Professor Berger's orches tra at the Drill Shed Saturday night. Critics express the opinion that no finer music was ever ren dered in this city. The Drill Shed was admirably arranged for the occasion. On a platform erected at the rear end was a piano decorated with greens. Rising immediately from the plat form was a tier of six loDg benches, which were occupied by the ninety eight Kawaiahao Seminary girls who took part in the entertainment. Below the platform, and to one side, was the orchestra. The seats for the accommodation of the audience were ranged in two divisions, sep arated by a wide aisle leading directly to the stage. The orchestra played an appro priate march for the commence ment of the programme, entitled "Greeting to All." Each of the selections were ad mirably rendered, but several de serve special mention. The three selections entitled, "Which Way Does the Wind Blow?" "Sir Spring's Concert" and "When the Little Children Sleep," rendered by a chorus of young girl singers, were especially pleasing and well executed and showed a genuine musical instinct on the part of the little ones. They were heartily applauded at the conclusion. The motion songs entitled "The Fishes" and the "Merry Brown Thrush," rendered by a chorus of little girls, received a hearty en core. The soprano obligato with chorus entitled, "The Little Bird," by Miss Flora Smith and eight girls was artistically accomplished and received deserved applause. Perhaps the feature of the even ing's entertainment was the chorus entitled, "Morning is Nigb, (a bird song) rendered by the Kawai ahao girls and the orchestra. In no number on the programme was the voices of the girls heard to better advantage than in this beau tiful waltz. Miss Dice, the popular teacher of music at Kawaiahao Seminary, and who for months worked zeal ously to make the concert a suc cess, is justly entitled to the highest degree of credit for the admirable manner in which the different and difficult selections were rendered. To Professor Berger belongs the credit of forming the orchestra and the cbrous of Kawaiahao Seminary girls into such a perfect system. There was not a hitch in the whole performance. None but the noted musician could have conducted so well the music of Saturday night. i e i m CAPT. COCHRANE'S EXHIBITION. Lecture Saturday Night to Swell the Leper Baud Fuud. The stereopticon lecture to be given by Captain Coch rane of the Philadelphia will occur next Saturday even ing in the Drill Shed. The proceeds are to go toward the fund to purchase new instruments for the leper band. The views exhib ited will include scenes in the United States and Europe, and will be accompanied by interesting de scriptions by Captain Cochrane, who will undoubtedly have many personal experiences to bring out in the course of his remarks. The Philadelphia and Government bands will furnish music for the occasion, and a most enjoyable evening's entertainment in prom ised. Oahn Evangelical Association. The Association closed its ses sion Friday noon. Most of the morning was taken up with the examination of the students of the North Pacific Missionary Institute. All the eleven candidates received license to preach, though the three who had been a shorter time in the Institute than the others had their licenses limited to a shorter time. The Association adjourned, to hold TO PURGE A CITY CLEAN. Not only has Rev. Wm. Knight of Cleveland, O., like Dr. Parkhurst, in New York, made a thorough investi gation of the social evil, but he has not hesitated to lay upon the church members the awful responsibility of complicity with the saloon. In a recent sermon he said : "An office bearer in this church has a saloon in his own back yard which is doiDg business every day. Another mem ber, independently rich, baa property leased for a gilded palace of sin. Oh ! church members, your hands are full of blood. The saloon is an asp which steals into the homes of this city and hisses its venom into the household. Is not the saloon the seducer of the church, and the mon ster fiend in American politics?" Rev. Kuight was requested to hand in his resignation, which he did Before leaving the city, he addressed the Y. M. C. A. and in ringing words bade the young men continue the work he had begun, as he said, "The complicity of the church with the saloon is a withering curse upon the church of God, and we will be cowardly Christians if we allow it to continue. Charitable we well may be, but compromising and com placent, never! While I am here, I will never cease to hurl the black, hot facta in the face of sin and wrong-doing, and let ministers and parishoners say what they will. They say that I have been injudicious, but I have stopped to be judicious enough to ask myself, 'Would Jesus have done it?' And the answer has been that were He here, He would not stop at feeding the hungry, or clothing the naked, but would, as of old, battle with wrong and war with iniquity." That the young men in the audience appreciated moral he roism was shown by the tumultuous cheering whioh followed. All honor to the brave ministers who "cry aloud and spare not The Advertiser and Gazette on sale at Hilo, J. A Martin news agent. SEQUAH THIS Monday Evening AT THE OLD ARMORY, Speaks and Acts At 7:30 O'clock. I WILL PLAY AT THE Evening Lecture ! WITH RHEUMATISM For your own benefit, come, see, hear and judge for yourselves. ' SEQUAH 3960-lm Seqnah NATIONAL Bant SUFFERERS SPKAKS. Mrs. S. A. Lefeber Kossmoyne, Ohio. Terrible Misery Helpless With Rheumatism and Without Appetite Tired Feeling and Pains Dispelled by Hood's Sarsaparilla. "I was in terrible misery with rheumatism la my hips and lower limbs. I read so much about Hood's Sarsaparilla that I thought I would try it and see ii it would relieve me. When I commenced I could not sit up nor even turn over in bed without help. One bottle ol Hood's Relieved Me go much that I was soon out of bed and could walk. I had also felt weak and tired all the time ; could not sleep, and obtained so little rest at night that I felt all worn out in the morning. I had uo appetite to eat anything, but HoocOj HoodV?Cures Sarsaparilla restored my appetite so that 1 could eat without any distress, and I hart falned rapidly In strength. I have taken fire ottlet of Hood's Sarsaparilla and I am as well as ever." MB3. S. A. Lefeeb, Kossmoyne, O Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipation, biliousness, Jaundice, sick headache, indigestion HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, . 66 Wholesale A cents. Ranchers, Attention ! FOR SALE ! THE STAKDARD-BRED TROTTING 8TALUOH ; 13444 ! Stock Chief is a beautiful dapple brown. He stands 16 hands high and weighs nearly 1300 pounds For size, color,con formation, breeding disposition ana superb trotting quali ies, he stands with out a peer in the Hawaiian Islands, tie is a sure foal getter, his progeny are large, rangy animals, and they inherit in a marked cenree tbe qualities and disposi tion of their sire. Stock Chief traces 18 times to Imported Mepsenger, twice to Justin Morgan, four times to Mambrino Chief, 11, tare of Lady Tnorne.2 :183,and ten otheis in the list ; sire of the dams of Director, 2.17; Piedmont 2:17; Iona, 2 :17; On ward .2 :25.and 18 others,ano sire of 23 stallions with 80 perf rm rs in the 2:30 list. Full particulars and a photograph of Stock CLief will be fur nished to anyone sending their address to A. R. RoWAT, or the horse caD be seen and inspected at Dr. Kowat's Ve terinary Infirmary, 205 Kins s'reet, Honolulu. 3958-lw WING WO TAI & CO., HAVE RECEIVED EX BARE UNA A LU1GE IN VOI OK OF RATTAN CHAIRS ! AiND i-o TJNG t;ss 3873-v In the Circuit Court of the First Circuit Hawaiian Islands. IN BANKRUPTCY. AT CHAMBERS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE of Ah Keo of Lahaina, Maui, doing business under the name of Kwong Hop Lung & Co. , a Bankrupt Creditors of the paid Bankrupt are hereby notified to come in a id prove their debts before the Circuit Court of the First Circuit, at Chambers, at Hono lulu on MONDAY, the 15th day of April, 1805, between tbe hours of ten o'clock in t life forenoon and noon of said day, and elect an Assignee or Assignees of the said Bankrupt's Estate. By the Court. CHARLES F. PETERSON, 3961-1 w Clerk. ATTENTION ! I WOULD RESPECTFULLY In form my friends and the public that I am still in the Tinsmith and Plumbing business That 1 am now offering fot cash regular size 2x6 feet, Zinc Lined Bath Tubs, with Plug, Chain and small piece of pipe ready for connection loi only $10 each. Also Stone Pipe at bed rock prices : 6 in., 45c. a length ; 5 in., 40c a length ; 5 in .-, 35c a length. All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to. jRing up Telephone 844 and tou; orders will receive nromnt attention si I lowest prices. J AS NoTT, Jr. Guardian's Notice. i HAVING TiHS DAY BEEN AP- spendthrift, notice is hereby tmen that 1 will not be responsible for any bills con tracted by him or by any person in his behalf, unless authorized by me in writing. (Sig.) J. ALFRED MAGOON. Da'ed Honolulu. February 14, 1895. 3920-ti STOCK CHIEF Even in the wilds of the forest j-ou'll Hud McINERNI'S SHOES, Fort Street, .... Honolulu. Te Mutual Life OP NEW YOXK, RICHARD A. McCURDY, - - President. Company's Statement for the Year Ending December 31st, 1894 ASSETS Income. Received for Premiums .. Received from all other Sources Disbursements. ToPolicy-h'ders for Claims bydeath... $11,929,794 94 M for End'm'ts.DividMstc 9 159,462 14 For all other Accounts Assets United Ftates.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 $204 63(4 783 wO Reserve for Policies ar d other L'b'litieSjCo.'s Standard, Am .4 per cent. 1 82.109,456 14 Surplus $22,529,37 82 Insurance and Annuities assumed and renewed... Insurance and Annuities in force December 1 have carefully examined the foregoing Statement and find the same to be correct. CH RLKS A. PRKLLKR, Auditor. From the Surplus a dividend will be apportioned as usual . Report of the Examining Committee. Office of The Mtjtuai. Life Insurance 0mpai?V of New Yoek, Feb. 7, 1895. At a meeting of the Board of Trustees ot this Company, held on the 26th day of Decemb r las', the undersigned were ppointed a Committee "to examine the annual staterm nt for th- yer ending December 3T, 1894, and to verify the same by comparison with the assets of tbe Company. The Committee have carefully performed the duty assigned to them, and hereby cert'fy that the statement is in all particulars correct, and that the assets specified therein are in possession of the Company. It making this certificate the Committee bear testimony to the 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. C. Von Post, J. Hobart Herrick, Charles R. Henderson Theo. A. Havemeyer, Charles E. Aliller, Robert Sewell. Board, of Samuel D. Babcock, Charles E Miller, Henry H. Rogers, Charles R Henderson, Oliver Harriman, George S. Coe, Walter R. Gillette, J no. W. Auchincloss, George F Baer. George Bliss, He mannC Von Fost, Dudley Olcott, Adrian Iselin, Jr., Alex. H. Rice, Btuyvesant Fish, George S. Bowdoin, Wm. P. Dixon, Augustus D. J ROBERT A. GRANNISS, Vice-President. WALTER R. GILLETTE, General Manager. ISAAC P. LLOYD. 2d Vice-President. HENRY E. DDNCAN, Jr., Cor. Sec. WILLIAM J. E ASTON, Secretary. ALBERT KLAMROTH, Asst. Sec. FREDERIC CROMWELL Treasurer. JOHN A. FONDA, Assistant Treasurer. WILLIAM P. SAND, Cashier. EMORY McCLINTOCK. JOHN TATLOCK, Jr., eaistant Actuary. CHARLES A. PRELLER, Audi'or. EDWARD LYMAN SHORT, General Solicitor. MEDICAL DIRECTORS: GUSTAYCSS. WINSTON, M.D. GRANVLLLB M. For particulars apply to General A gent THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING on hand all the weil known CH5CMIOAL F the lowest market rates. FERTILIZERS They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to ar.v cpecial formula and g':arnte the analysis, and aJl that other firms do. "'-i'6 rot" io well to wrie the undersigned hofore ordering anywhere elas iDf" A dollar saved is a dollar made. Proprietor sod Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing Com pan v. Join the Columbia Bicycle Club. 1 Gompaoy rciira nee $204,638,783.96 $30,123,103 82 11 S97,700 12 $48,020,868 94 $21,089,257 08 9.789,034 18 $30,878,891 20 , $83 970,090 07 71.339.415 92 11.300 100 00 21 691.733 39 9,655,198 91 6.0' 5 6-5 07 ..$750,290,077 97 .. 855,207,778 42 31, 1894 Trustees. Robert Sewell. Robert A. iranniss, Henry W. Smith, S. V 11. Cruger, Inch A. McCurdv. Robert Olvnhant. H. Walter Webb, Theo. Morford, R W. Peck ham, Fred Cromwell, James (J. Ho den. George G. Haven, William Babcock, J. Hobart Herrick, Julicn T. Davies .Lewisi Ala-, uilliard. Theo. A. Havemever. J MES TIMPSON, 2d Assistant Treasurer. EDWARD P. HOLDKN, Assistant Caahier. LL D.. F.I.A . Actuarv. WM. W. RICHARDS, Comptroller H 8. BROWN, Asst. Comptroller. ELIASJ. MARSH. M.D. WHITE, M.D. S. B. ROSE, Hawaiian Islands. YOU MUST HAVE TO MAKE GOOD CROPS. COMPANY keer.8 aiwavs and constants K RTT T .T 7. V, R S ar-H rffr tham fnr aaU COOK ! Water Notics. Holders of water privileges, or those paying water rates, aro hereby notified that the hours for irrigation purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m. and 5 to 6 o'clock P.M. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent of Water Works. Approved J. A Kino, Minister of the Interior. Honolulu, March 12, 1895. 3942-tf Quarterly Meeting. C. Brewer & Company, Ltd. rpHE REGULAR QUARTERLY JL Meeting of the Stockholders of the C. Brewer & Company, Ltd , will be held at the office of the ccmpany in Honolulu, on Wednesday the 10th inst., at 10 o'clock a.m. E F. BISHOP, Secretary . Dated Honolulu April 2, 16r. 3 "S-td Notice. AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF the Stockh lders of the Kapiolani Park Association, held on the 1st day of April, A. D. 189, the following gentle men were elected to serve as officers fdr the ensuing year, via : President A. K. Cleahora Vice-President Unci I Brown Treasurer W. Ci Irin Secretary W. M. Gilford BoARl OK DlRKCTOKS : A. P. (.'leghorn, H. J. Nolte, Cecil Brown, E. 8. Cunha, W.M.Gillard, T. 8. Douglas, J. Campbell, Allan Herbert, T. R. Walker, W. tt. Irwin, Q. B. Wrilson W. M. GIFFARD, Secretary Kapiolani Park Association. Honolulu, H. I , April 1, 18U5. 3859-1 w Partnership Notice. HENRY 11. WILLIAMS AND ED ward A. Williams have this day dissolved the partnership heretofore ex isting between them under the firm name of 1 ion- er furniture Company, as well as of Williams Brothers in tbe Fur niture and Undertaking business in Ho nolulu, in tbe Inland of Oahn. Henry H. Williams retires from said firm and business and Edward A. Wil liams remains in said business, having formed a partnership therein with his father, C. F.William9. The new 'firm consist of C. E. Wil liams and E. A. Williams, and hence forth will carry on said Furniture and Undertaking busine.ss in said Honolulu, under the firm name of C. E. Williams & Son. . Tbe new firm will collect all accounts owing to the old firm and pay all liabili ties thereof. Dated tLU March 30th. A. I) 1895. H. H. WILLIAMS. ED. A. WILLIAMS, 3957-2 w C. E. WILLIAMS. Assignee's Notice. ALL PKRFONS HAVING CLAIMS against Mrs Amy Clark formfrly Kiug which accrued prior to the 9th day of April, 1892, must present the same to the undersigned, rh Assignee of Oeo W Kinjr, as said cairns are all flue and owing by him and unless pre st-nted prior to said Kin'a discharge from bankruptcv, they will be orever barred. WILLIAM R CATTLE, Aspipnee in Bankruptcy of Geo W. King. Dated Honolulu. April tith, 1895. 3982-1 w Notice. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING been appointed Trustee for John 8. Ellis, a minor, in place of Bruce Cart- wrigbt resigned, all person are informed that the undersigned will act for bim in all matters. OL L. HOPKINS, Honolulu, April 1, 1895. Trustee . 8959- lm Notice. 1HE UNDERSIGNED IS AUTHOR . ized to act in all matters for W Uliam 8. Ellis and Victoria S Ellis under full power of attorne v. C. L. HOPKINS, Attorney in fact for William S. Ellis and Victoria 8. Ellis. Honolulu, April 1, 189 3959-lm Assignee's Notice. THE UNDERSIGNED, THE AS signee in bankruptcy of the Estate of W. H Smith, gives notice that he has filed in the Circuit Court, First Ci'cuit, Hawaiian Island, bis accounts as such Aseignee, and has asked for a settlement of the same and a dh charge, and that heading on the sam as heen set for TUESDAY, April 9, 195, at 10 o'clock A m ALFKEt W. CAKTER. Asfcignee of the Estate of W. H. Smith, Bankrupt ."947-td Assignee's Notice. THE UNDERSIGNED, THE As signee in bin1 ruptcy of the estate of Tonir Hing fives notice that he has filed in the Circuit 'ourt, First Circuit, Hawaiian Islands, his Accounts as such Mtttrnee, and hs a-kt-d for a settlement cf the san o and a disch.irgf, and that hearing on the Rame hH been eet fr tridav, April 19, 18U5, a' 10 o'clock a.m. W. II. BAIRO, Assignee of the estate of Tomr Hing bankrupt. 39S5-5t