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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, AP1UL 9, 1895.
JAPAN DECLARES AN ARMISTICE.
Gresham Is GettiDg Weary
Wants to Resign Office.
and
CASK OF TUK HAWAIIAN KXILKS.
I i
Hudc Cliang'a Assailant Sentenced
to 1'enal Servitude for Life uit
Against Canadian Pacific H. 8. Co
Ulyxnpla to Relieve Philadelphia
Tokio (Japan), March 29. The Em
peror of Japan has today declared an
unconditional armistice.
St. Petersburg (Russia), March
29. Advices received herefrom Tokio
say that the decision of the Emperor
of Japan to declare an unconditional
armistice was greatly due to the ex
treme indignation aroused by the at
tack on Li Hung Chang.
Washington, D. C, March 29. The
news that an unconditional armistice
has heeu declared by the Emperor of
the Japanese was confirmed at the
Japanese legation, where it was stated
that a cablegram to this effect had
beeu received from the home Govern
ment. Jn thus suspending al! opera
tions in the field with their army
flushed with victory almost at the
gates of Peki&g, the Government has
een doubtless influenced entirely by
the wholly unjustifiable attempt to
assassinate the peace envoy of His
Imperial Majesty of China.
Shimonoseki (Japan), March 31.
Koyama Rokuuseki, the young Japan
ese who attempted to assassinate Li
Hung Chang, has been sentenced to
penal servitude for life.
Hongkong (China), March 30. The
Japanese are norabarding Taiwan, the
capital town of Formosa.
Tokio (Japan), March 29 It is re
reported that the conditions of peace
are that Chiua shall pay 400,000,000
yen indemnity and cede Formosa aud
Southern Mauchuria, Japan holding
guarantees pending the payment of
the indemnity and settlement of the
boundaries.
London, March 29. The British
Consul has advised that all foreigu
womeu aud children leave Formosa.
A number have already gone to Amoy
aud Hongkong. The blacks in South
eru Formosa are very insolent to the
forty whiles who compose the foreign
population on that part of the island.
GRESHAM TO RESIGN.
Likely leave the Cabinet Before the
First of July.
Washington, April 1. Another
vacancy in ihe cabinet, it is rumored,
may occur within the next few weeks.
Secretary Gresbam is the official who
The report comes from several of his
close friends, to whom, it is said, he
has more than once expressed his
de-ire to return to the practice of law,
if not to the bench.
Judge Gresham, it is stated, has not
found the state department as con
genial to bis tastes as be had expected,
and Mrs. Gresham has uot beeu alto
gether pleased with the breaking up
of the home ties nude necessary by
her removal to Washington. Both
the Secretary and his wife have told
intimate acquaintances of their mu
tual desire to return to Illinois.
The ruuaorof Greham't retirement,
however, is not based alone on tnese
exchanges of confidence, out on more
direct statements regarding his inten
tions iu the near future. Judge Gres
ham's relations with the president
have been, to far as known, of the
pleaautest. No member of the cabi
net lias been more tru-ted by Cleve
land, so that his desire for retirement
from office iu the near future cannot
be ascribed to any friction with his
ctief.
It is hinted, however, that Judge
Gret-ham lias felt somewhat aggrieved
over i he di.-inclination of the Cabinet
to support him in a foreign policy
which be believes would win for him
great popularity aud possibly make
him a favoiite for the Presidency. It
may be that extinguished hopes iu
this direction have had a strong influ
ence on him iu reach in is the coudu
sion that he would pref r to retire.
This idea is scouted by bis frieuds,
who assert that Judge Gresham has
not been moved by any such consid
erations. They say he has simply
consulted his wife's pleasure and his
own tastes iu concluding to leave
Washington within a short time.
The rumor is that Judge Gresham
will retire from the Cabinet before
Ju'y 1st. No date has been absolute
ly fixed. As friends of the Judge aud
Mrs. Gresham are discussing the
Secretary's probable withdrawal, it is
not unlikely that the subject has
been discussed with the President and
Cabinet. Mr. Cleveland would no
doubt use every influence to persuade
Judge Gresham to remain until the
close of the Administration.
THE HAWAIIAN EXILES.
Ha it Against ihe Canadian Steamship
Company to be Pushed.
Vancouver, (B. C ), March 27.
In speaking of the case biought by
the Hawaiian exiles, Mueller, Cran
stouu and Job stone, against the
Canadian-Australian Steamship Com
pany, E P. Davis, counsel for the
company, said yesterday regnrding the
attitude of the Hawaiian Government
in the case:
"They are anxious to have the ques
tion settled as to ttie right to deport
dangerous characters from the Islands
when ttie latter are, as during the late
crisis, uutier martial law. They claim
such a right in the preseut instance
and are anxious to have that ruht es
tablished by a judicial decision in
another country.
"Mr. Kiuuey came here with au
thority to retain special counsel to
represent them, but Upon examination
decided to leave the matter as it was,
con-equently I am not retained by the
Hawaiian Government at all, but am
looking after the interests of the pres
ent defendants. I am raising the
point they wished to see raised and
settled, which comes to the same
thing."
' The case," he added, "could not
possibly come up for trial until the
fall, since a commission would have
to be issued to take eviuence in nouo
lulu."
MOVEMENTS OF SHIPS.
Ac olympia to Relieve the Philadel
phia at Honolulu.
Washington, March 29. Future
mnvromon nf shins are uuder con-
tmnlation in the Navy Department.
within a fow months a number of
vessels will go out of eommi-sion and
anmp of the new vessels will receive
th men doi nr dutv on the older ships.
One of the important changes to be
made is the sending of the Olympia
fmm Mre Island to Honolulu to re
lieve the Philadelphia. The Philadel
phia will be docked and scraped at
Mare Island, and will then go to the
Asiatic squadron, relieving the flag
shio Baltimore.
Tt is exnected that within a short
time the Chit-ago. now at New York,
will go out of commission, and her
men will be transfered to the Ampbi-
trite, now at the Norfolk navy yard.
Views of Senator Frye.
Bridgeport, Conn., March i
a Republican bauqnet last
-At
niijbt
Senator Frye said : "Give us Repub
lican rule for a single decade and we
will show tbe people tne beneficence
of Republican legislation. Everyone
who wants work shall have it and at
the wages of tbe crowning year of
Republican role 1892. We will
restore the merchant marine to its
place and increase our white, strong
ly armed squadrons so that they will
command the respect of all nations.
We will show the people a foreign
policy that is American in every fiber
and hoist the American flag on what
ever island we think best, and no
hand shall ever pull it down."
What Does it Mean ?
Washington, March 28. A cable
message was sent to Admiral Meade
at Kingston today, ordering him to
dispatch two war vessels of his fleet
to tbe vicinity of Grey town and Blue
fields, Nicaragua. The State Depart
ment officials will not discuss this
sudden backing up of the squadron
in the Carribean, and give out the
impression that the order is of no
special significance, but the move
ment is looked upon in an entirely
different light by naval officials.
Ambition of Cleveland
Washington, April 2 An evening
paper says that President Cleveland
is ambitions either to succeed him
self or name the Democratic candi
date for President in 1896, and that
with this end in view he will try to
pacify ultra Bilverites to some extent
by pretense of bimetallism.
Battalion Drill,
RflHolinn rl ril 1 r " '1 ni- aoio
mand of Lieutenant-Colonel Fisher,
was held laat night on Union
Square. Six companies partici
pated. On account of the strong wind
blowing, it was rather difficult for
the captains to bear the commands.
Professor Berger and his band
were stationed in front of the old
Music HhII and furnished martial
music. Quite a crowd collected on
the Square to witness the drill.
SECOND TO -NXXNrE !
Bock on Tap
AT THE
ANCHOR
SALOON
Dispersed bv the Celebrated
gisrs I Hike and Billy.
MVCall and try a glass
Mixoli
and be
convinced.
ANCHOR SALOON.
3964-1 w
To JLef.
A
COTTuVE ON PUNCHBOWL
Btree', containing parlor, two bec-
roomp, dinning room, k tchen, pantry
and ba'h room. Posse-sion viven im
mediately. Enquire of L. ADL- R, 13
Nuuanu street. 3961-1 w
Rubber
Stamps
Made to
Order
at the
Gazette
Office.
HAVANA CIGARS!
JuBt Received
carefully selected assortment
GENUINE CHOICE
of
Havana Cigars !
F. A.
Schaefer
39535t 1641-6t
SEQTJAH
THIS
Tuesday Evening
AT THE
OLD ARMORY,
Seqnab Speaks and Acts
At 7:30 O'clock.
WILL PLAY AT THE
Evening Lecture !
WITH
For your own benefit, come, see, hear
and judge for youreelves.
SEQTJAH '
SPEAKS.
3960 lin
LEWIS & CO.
Have .fast Received
CEYLON TEAS
A full 1 ine of the celebrated Teas from
the Bomeria Gardens. Ceylon, i M
pound, pound and 1 p-und ptekages.
Abo in 5 pound boxes aud in cases 01 50
pounds each.
'Ihe Teas are celebrated the world
over and we solicit a trial order.
A Good Cup of Tea and How to
Make it.
F''rft Fill your ke tie with fresh
water then see that t really boils,
next warm your earthen teapot and
put one teasp ont m tor eaco cup re
quired, then p ur on t he required quan
'ity of boiling wtr - in fine for five
minnles -ml po r off the 1 q lid in an
other warm teapot ready f jt u-e.
Thus treated Onr Brand Ceylon
Teas will give a liquor delicious and
fragrant.
396?-lm
F. W. MAKINNEY,
Searcher of .Records
ABSTRACTS AND
Certificates of Title.
Having had fifteen years experience as
a Searcher 1 am prepared to do all work
in my line reasonably -ind accurately.
BBF All work guaranteed to be abso
lutely correct.
OFFICE:
3962-tf
318 FORT STREET
W O. Smith's Office.
ATTENTION !
I
WOULD RESPECTFULLY I.
form my friends and the nublic thai
I am still in the Tinsmith aad Plumbin
business That I am now oflering foi
cash regular size 2x6 feet, Zii c Lined
bath Tubs, with Plug, Chain and smai;
piece of pipe ready for connection for
only $10 each. Also Stone Pipe at bed
rock prices : 6 in. 45c. a length ; f in.,
40c a length ; 5 in., 35c a length.
All kinds of Jobbing promptij
attended to.
C"Ring up Telephone 844 and yoar
orders will receive prompt attention at
lowest prices. J AS. NOTT, Jb.
NATIONAL
Bud
SUFFERERS
RHEUMATISM
BEAR This in Mind.
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Even in the wiids of the forest you'll find
McINERNY'S SH0E8,
Fort Street, .... Honolulu.
The
Life
una
OF NEW YORK,
RICHARD A. McCURDY, - - President.
Company's Statement for the Year Ending December 31st, 1894
ASSETS
Income.
Received for Premiums
Received from all other Sources
Disbursements?.
ToPolicy-h'ders for Claims bvdeath...$l
" " for End'm'ts Divid'ds,etc
For all other Accounts
Assets
United States Bond and other Securities
First lien Loans on Binds and Mortgage
Loans on Stocks and Bonds
Real Estate
Cash in Banks and Trust Companies
Aoornorl Intoroet, D-forroM ProminmB,
Reserve for Policies and otber L'b'lities,Co.'s Standard, Am. 4 percent. I8.109.4e6 1
Surplus
insurance and Annuities assumed and renewed $750,290 677 97
Insurance and Annuities in force Dinimfiir 31 194 ft.; n7 77 49
1 have
correct.
carefully examined the foregoing Statement and find the same to
CH IlLKS A. PRELLtat, Auditor.
From the Surplus a dividend will be apportioned as usual.
Keport of the Examining Committee.
Office of The Mutual Life insurance Company of New York, Feb. 7, 1895.
fl t a ni-etit g of the r.onrd of Trustees ot this Company, held on the 20th day of
Decemb r las , the unde signed were vppoint-d a Committe to examine the annual
statein- nt for th ye ir ending December 31, 1894, and to ver.fv the same by comparison
with the assets of the Com pin v.
The Committee have carefully performed the duty assigned to thra, and he-eby
certify that the statement is in ail particulars correct, and that the assets specified
therein are in possession of he Company.
li making this certificate the Committee bear testimony to the high character of
the investments of the Company and exp ess their approval of the system, order, and
accuracy with which the accounts and vouchers have been kept, and the business in
general transacted Hgne ,
H. J. Von Post, J. Hobart Merrick, Charles R. Henderson
Theo. A. Havemeyer, Charles B. .Uiller. Robert Bewail.
Board, of
Samuel D.
Charl. s E
Henry H
Charles R
Rabcock,
Miller,
Rogers,
Henderson,
Baler.
Oliver Harriman,
George 8 Coe,
Wlter R G-llette,
.Ino. W Auchincloss,
George Bliss,
Dudlry Olcott,
Alex. H. Rice,
George F
He mann C Von Post,
Adrian 1 sella-, Jr.,
Stuyvesunt Fish,
George S. B)wdoin.
Wni. r. Uixon,
ROBERT
Augustus D
WALTER R. GILLETTE, General Manager.
ISAAC F. LLOYD, 2d Vice-Presideut. HENRY E. DUNCAN, Jr., Cor. Sec.
WILLIAM J. E ASTON, fciecr tarv. VLHERT KLAMROTH, Asst. Sec.
FREDERIC CROMWELL .Treasurer.
JOHN A. FONDA, Assistant Treasurer. J vi E8 Tl M PSON, 2d ssistant Treasurer.
WILLIAM P. SAND-. Cashier ED W A UD P. HOLDKN, Assistant Cashier.
EviORY McCLlNTOCK, LL D., F.I A , Actuary.
JOHN TATLOCK, Jr., ssistant Actuary . WM.W RICH ARDS, Comptroller
CHARLES A. PRELLEK, Audi or. H S. BROWN, Asst. Comptroller.
EDWARD LYMAN SHORT, General Solicitor.
MEDICAL DIRECTORS:
GDSTAVUSS. WINSTON, M.D. KLIASJ. MARSH, M.D.
GRANVILLE M. WHITE, M.D.
For particulars apply to
General A gent
I
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING
on band all the well known CHEMICAL
the lowest market rates.
FERTILIZERS
They manufacture complete High Grade
guarantee the analysis, and all that other
Planters would do well to write the undersigned before ordering anywhere -ise
A dollar saved is a dollar made.
F. COOKE,
Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing Company.
Join the Columbia Bicycle Club.
osirace
wrap
$204,638,783.96
$36,123,163
... II 897.7P6
82
12
$48,020,869 9-1
1,929,794 94
9 159,462 14 $21 089,257 08
9 789 634 18 $30,878,891 26
$83 970.690 67
71.339 415 92
ll,36- 100 00
21 691 73 39
9,6:5,19.S 91
6 6 5 6 5 07
$.04 63 -T 783 6
$2,529,37 82
be
Trustees.
Robert Se well.
Henry W. Smith,
iich A. McCurdv,
H. Walter Webb,
The . Morford,
R W. Peckham,
Fred Cromwell,
Lewis jlav.
Robert A. Granniss,
s. V B. Cruger,
Robert Olyphant,
James C. Ho den,
Geige l Hven,
William Babcock,
J. Hobart Herrick,
Julien T. Davics.
Juilliard, Theo. A. Havemeyer
A. GRANNISS, Vice-President.
S. B.
Hawaiian
KOSE,
Islands.
YOU MUST
HAVE TO
MAKE GOOD
CROPS.
o
COMPANY keeps always and constant
FERTILIZERS and offers them for sale a1
Fertilizers to anv special formula aud
firms do.
AUTHORITY.
Water Notice.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water raU-s, are 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.
ifujeiintendent of Water Work.
Approved J. A Kinu,
Minister of tbe Interior.
Honolulu, March 12, ISM,
3942-tf
In the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit Hawaiian Islands.
IN BANKRUPTCY. -AT CHAMBERS
IN THB MATTER OF THE ESTATE
of Ah Ko of Lahaina, Maui, doing
business under ihe name of Kwong Hop
Luntf & Co., a Bankrupt
Creditors of the aid Bankrupt are
herery notified to come in aid prove
their debt before tbe Circuit Court of
the Pint Circuit, at Chambers nt Hono
lulu on MONDAY, the 15th iisy of
April, 1895, between tbe hours al ten
O'clock in ths forenoon and iiOon of paid
day, and elert an AsL'nee or Assignees
of tho said Bankrupt's Estate.
By the Courr.
0UABLE8 F. PETERSON,
3931-1 w Clerk.
Q uarterly Meeting.
C. Brewer & Company, Ltd.
pHE REGULAR QUARTERLY
i Meeting of the Stjcktio'ders of the
C. Brewer & Comp ny, Ltd, will be
held at tho office of the ccmpany in
Honolulu, on Wed' ejday ihe 10th
inst., at 10 o'clock a.m.
E F. BISHOP,
Secretary.
Dated Honolulu April 2, 1895.
3 58-td
Partnership Notice.
HENRY H. WILLIAMS AND ED
ward A. Williams have thi day
dissolved tbe partnership beret fore ex
isting between them under the firm
name of i in- er Furniture Company as
well as of Williams Brothers in ihe Fur
niture and Undertaking business in Ho
nolulu, in th Inland of Oahu.
Henry H. Williams retires from paid
firm and business and Edward A.Wil
liams remain in said business, having
formed a partnership therein with his
father, C. r .Williams.
The new firm consist' of C. E. Wil
liams and E. A. Williams, and hence
forth will carry on said furniture and
Undertaking business in said Honolulu,
under the firm name of C, E. Williams
& fon.
Thn new firm will collect all accounts
oing to the old firm and pay ah liabili
ties thereof.
Dted ti is March 30th. A. D LHQ6.
H. H. WILLI AM
ED. A WH LUMS,
3957-2w C. K. WILLIAMS.
Assignee's Notice.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
agninst M'S Amy Clark formerly
King which aecnud prior to the 9th
day of April, 1892. must presen the
same to the undersigned, us Assignee
of laeo W Klotfi as 8nil ; nimw ;-te all
One arid owirir by him Mid ontaM ire
s-nted prior to said King's discharge
f'om bankrnptc , they wid be nrever
baned. WILLIAM R OAST LB,
Ashivnee in Bsnkruptcy of Geo W King.
Date i liouolult) April Cih, 1S95.
39?-lw
Notice.
lHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
I been appointed Trustee for John 8.
El 'is, a m nor, m pi are of Bruce Cart
wright resigned, all prsm are informed
thnt the undersigned will act for him in
all matters. C. L. HOPKINS.
Honolulu, April I, 1895. liutee.
8669-1 m
Notice.
HPHE UNDERSIGNED IS AUTHOR
1 ized to ant in all matters for William
S Ellis and Victoria S Ellis under full
power of attornev.
C. J j. HOPKINS,
Attornev-in fact for William S. Elba
and Victoria 8 Ellis.
Honolulu, pril 1 189. 3Q59-1m
Assignee's Notice.
THE UNDERSIGNED, THE As
signee in bankruptcy of the Estate
of W H Smith, gives notice that be has
filed in Die Circuit Court, First Ci cuit,
Hawaiian Isla id-, hl accounts as such
Assignee, ani has asked for a settlement
of the name and a di-charge, and that
bea ing on the sam a3 been set for
TUESDAY, Apri' 9, 1-95, at 10 o'clock
A M ALFRE1 W. CAltTKR
Assignee nf the Estate of W. II. Smith,
Bankrupt 394 7-td
WING WO TAI & CO..
if A VK RECEIVKP BX BARK LOU
A LARGE INVOICr)
OF
RATTAN CHAIK8 1
AND
LOUNGES.
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