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THE PACIFIC COlVOIEKCIAIi ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 12. 1S95.
2 Oat, Postmaster General, concern ing questionable men in their departments, were read. Mr. Emmeluth moved that the portion of the report calling for the discharge of the employees, be ac cepted. Mr. Kennedy said it had taken the Executive a long time to go -through the matter and he thought a little time should be given the members to digest the report. Professor Hosmer moved that the report be accepted. Mr. Kennedy felt that only one side of the question had been heard. He wanted to look into the other side. The Attorney General stated that the report was the result of a thorough investigation and all pos sible evidence for and against had been obtained. D. B. Smith wanted a delay. Dr. Wood and Mr. Castle favored prompt accept ance of the report. On motion of Mr.. Emmeluth the report was tabled to be taken up at the next meeting. Minister King read a report from the Fire Commissioners concerning the action toward the China Engine Company. Of eighteen fires they had responded to and helped ex tinguish three. The petition of the Company was sent to the Fire Com missioners without recommenda tion. Dr. Wood introduced a petition signed by all the physicians and druggists, asking for a change in the alcohol law. This had been introduced under the Provisional Government and tabled. The pe tition was read and referred to the Judiciary Department. Before the adjournment Minister King called upon Councillor Emmeluth to explain what he meant by the expression, "Rotten ness of the Interior Department," which he said when speaking on the motion to accept the Execu tive's report. Mr. King wanted to know whether he meant rotten politically or otherwise. Mr. Em meluth apologized for the use of so strong a word and stated that he meant no reflection upon the de partment. The Councils at 5:15 adjourned subject to the call of the President. GOING TO AMERICA. The Australia Will Carry a Large Number of Passengers. The following passengers are hooked to leave by the Australia on Saturday: J. F. Neall, Geo. Bucklin, Dr. Biermann, wife and child, F. Klamp, Geo. Koch, Mrs. Admiral Beardslee, Miss Delgado, Miss Hatch, T. E. P. Gardner, Sherman W. Marsh, H. H. Preston, H. A. Baxter, Geo. H. Graves, B. H. Phillips, Martin Smith, Geo. De la Vergne, Master R McNee, Geo. A. Brown, Miss Friings, D. Bur nier, Miss Ro3ecrans, H. Spence, Miss K. Spence, Miss E. Bumiller, Dyke Williams and wife, William H. Hall, W. P. A. Brewer, H. Schlotb, John Howard, A. Cruise, R. Prendergast, Mies Maxwell, H. Steinmann and wife, Mrs. F. New hall, Mrs. H. F. Weils, Miss S. Morrison, E. Z Wiliiamp, Nelson C. Hawks, Miss L. Auzerais, L. Callish and wife, F. M Govett and wife, Mrs. H. Ginger, Miss K. Wid difield, Miss M. WiddiSeld, Mrs. M. C. Widdifield, Miss A. Corn well, S M. Brandebury, Jno. C. Frey, Miss N. Brandebury, Mips C. Kern, G. Kunt, W. Wolters, E R mensperger, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. A. M. Hobbs, Mrs. W. F. Allen. DESERTED THE ATHLETICS. True Cause of the Break Over the Kamehamehas. Mb. Editor: "Base Ball" under the beading of "Consider the Public" writes without any knowledge of the facts, and bis communication is simply misleading to the "Public," possibly without such intention on his part. The Kamebameha nice which was admitted to the League, comprised four players including the pitcher who had been relied upon to com plete the Atbletio Association nine, and had j ined the Atbletio Assooia tion for the purpose of playiDg with Captain Thompson's nine. Their admisiou deprived the Athletics of fonr of their best play ers and having no pitcher, they were forced to resign from the Lengae. There was no question of four clobs, as withont the KHmehameha desert era the Athletics were simply burred out. Rousn About. Doyle is Vindicated. The statement which appeared in the Call of the 5th iust , that Chester A. Doyle bad been refused his pass port from Hawaii w denied iu Hono lulu. F. B. McStocknr, Deputy Collector of Customs at Honolulu, asserts that Mr. Doyle did not apply at his office fur a passport to leave on the t-taoisbip Australia. J. P. Callaco, chief clerk of the R yal Hawaiian H tel, denies that as a creditor of Doyle be sought to have a passport refused to that gen tleman. 3. F. Call, March 28. Stereoptieon LECTURE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE LEPER BAND FUND AT THE Drill Shed ON Saturday Night, April 11, Views of Hawaii, United States, Northern Europe, Music by Kamehameha School Club, Mandolin and Guitar Club, Phila delphia Band and Berger's Orchestra. 3967-td The Hawaiian Planters' Month'y. H. M. Whitney, - Editor. Contents for March 1895. Notes on Current Topics. Coffee Growing at Olaa. American Association Entomolo gists. Experience the Best Test of Suc cess. Improvement of the Soil. Vaccination of the Letnd. Sugar Trade of the U. S. A Prosperous Beet Sugar Enter prise. Maple Sugar Production in the U. S. Agriculture in Demerara. Sugar Industry in Australia. Camphor Tree and Trade. Green Manuring of the Soil. Market Gambling in Europe and America. Justice to Sugar Producers. The Victoria flegia Lily. Irrigation in Australia. Experience of a Ceylon Coffee Planter. Subscription -f.2.50 a yer. Foreign Subscription $3 a year. Bound Volumes 3 50 Bock Volumes bound to order . ublished by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE OO. 46" Merchant St. Honolnlr . : POWELL'S BALSAM OF ANISEED WILL CURE YOUR COUGH ALL TTTE WORLD OVBR, THB RSCC-Gt-NJZKD COUGH REMEDY. Iu Ibbmm le throurhom th wor d ImdtcAtM ta taa.ti. mbl Talu 20.000 CHEMISTS Sl It. Ttaons who bare cot already fires It a triad honid do eo at once. Id paiece and cottage alike, Powell'e Balaam Of Auited is toe old and unexcelled CoUOB RKMBDT. It iarg salt- tb roughou t the whale Civilized world proclaim Itc gr- at worih Looeeue the phlegm immediately. Night coag qtiicklj relieved. See trade mark a above oa each wrapper. See the vrorda Thomas Powell, Blackfrtart Road. London. oa the government stamp. RefUBi imitation. Kaublinbed Squatters and farmers when ordering their tore should not omit thia time-hooaared coagk remedy. FOR A COUOH POWELL'S M.SAM OP AM SB ED POR ASTHMA. INFLUENZA, etc Sold by rhenifte and storekeeper thruughoat the Australian, New Zealaud and Capo Celoaloa. Bottle 1 ld. tad 2s. Sd. Agents for Honolola, Hollister Drug Ce., Ltd, IM4M SEQUAI THIS Friday Evening AT THE OLD ARMORY, Sequah Speaks and Acts At 7:30 O'clock. WILL PLAY AT THE Evening Lecture ! WITH For year own benefit, come, see, hear and jadge for yourselves. SEQUAH ' SPEAKS. 3960 lm NEW GROCERY STORE 323 NUUANU STREET, Between Hotel and King Streets. American and English Groceries. Fresh Canned California Fruits, .Provisions of all kinds. Now Goods received by ever steamer from the Coast and Europe. Satisfa -tion guaranteed. Purchases de livered to all parts of the city. TELEPHONE 1004. GEO. McINTYBE ATTENTION ! I WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN form my friends and the public that I am still in the Tinsmith aud Plumbing business That I am now offering for cash regular size 2s6 feet, Zinc Lined bath Tubs, with Plug, Chain and smali piece of pipe ready for connection ioi only $10 each, also Stone Pipe at bed rock prices : 6 in. 45c. a length ; b in. 40c a length ; 5 in . . 35c a length. E$Ai kinds of Jobbing promptly atenU-d to. F"Ring up Telephone 844 and your orders will receive prompt attention at lowest prices. J AS NOTT, Jr. WING WO TAI & CO., tf AYE RECEIVED EX BARK LISA A LARGE INVOIOF OF KATTAN CHAIRS ! AMD LOU NGES 3S73-V Guardian's Notice. HAVTNG THIS DAY BEEN Ap pointed guardian of James Love, a spendthrift, notice is hereby given that i w II not be responsible for any biils con tracted by him or by any per-on in bifr behalf, unless authorized by me in writing. (Sig ) J. ALKRED MAtKJoN. Dated Honolulu. February 14, 1895. 3920-ti NATIONAL Ban SUFFERERS RHEUMATISM BEAR This in Mind. f. kmm yW- iMv, W'' IT' Wm m ' 1 t i ... 1 f 1 1 Jim . zi . w." a 0" J, Even in the wilds of the forest you'll tind McINERNY'S SH0E8, Fort Street, The Mutual Life OF NEW YORK, RICHARD A. McCURDY. President. Company's Statement for the ASSETS Income. Received for Premiums - Received from all other Sources Disbursements. ToPolicy-h'ders for Claims bydeath... $11, for End'm'ts.Divid'rts.etc P For all other Accounts Assets United States 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 $aW 63i 783 6 Reserve for Policies and other L'b'litieSjCo.'sStandard.Am .4 per cent. 1 8 109.46 14 Surplus Insurance and Annuities assumed and renewed Insurance and Annuities in force December I have carefuliy examined the foregoing Statement and find the same to be correct. CH RLK8 A.. PKELLfcR, Auditor. From the Surplus a dividend will be apportioned as usual. Report of the Examining Committee. Office of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. Feb. 7, 1895. At a m-etii'g of the turd of Trustees this Company, held on the 26th tiny of Decemb r las', the unders'gned were ppoint-d a C rumitfe to examine the annual statenn nt for th ye ir ending December 31, 1894, and to ver fy the same by comparison with the assets of the Coiup.mv. The Committee have carefully performed the duty assigned to them, and hereby certify that the statement is in ad particulars correct, aud that the assets specified therein are in possession of the Company. li making this certificate 'be 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 accouats and vouchers have been kept, and the business iu general transacted Mgne W . C Von Post, J. Hobart Herrick, Charles R. Henderson Theo. A. Havemej-er, Charles E. Miller, Robert Sewdll. Board of Samuel D.Babcock. Chart. s E Miller, Henry H Rogers, Charles R Henderson, George F Bal er. He maun C. Von Post, Adrian iselin, Jr., Stuyvesant Fish, Oliver Harriman, George 8 Ce, Wlter R Gdlette, Jno. VV Auchincloss, George Bliss, Dudley Olcott, Alex. H Ric, GeorgeS. B iwJoin, Wni. . Luxon, ROBERT Augustus D A. GR1NNISS, WALTER R. GILLETTE, General Manager. ISAAC F. LLOYD. 2d Vice-Presideut. HENRY E. DUNCAN. Jr., Cor. Sec. WILLIAM J. E ASTON, Senr tarv. VLERT KLAMROTH. Asst. Sec. FREDERIC CROMWELL Treasurer. JOHN A. FONDA, Assistant Treasurer. J M ES TI M PSOS, 2d sststant Treasurer. WILLIAM P. SAND Cashier EDW iKD P. HOLDEN, Assistant Cashier. EMORY McCLINTOCK, LL D., F.I A , Actuary. JOHN TATLOCK, Jr., ss-stant Actuary . WM. W. RICHARDS, Comptroller CHARLES A. PRELLER. Audi or. H S. BROWN, Asst. Comptroller. EDWARD LYMAN SHORT. General Solicitor. MEDICAL DIRECTORS: GDSTAYUS S. WINSTON, M.D ELIAS J. M A RSIf . M.I). GRANVILLE M. WHITE, M.D. For particulars apply to General Agent FERTILIZERS ! THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps always and consent j on hand all the well known GHBMIOAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for eaie a the lowest market rates. They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to any epecial formu'a ani guarantee the analysis, and all that otber firms do. Planters would do well to write the undersigned before ordering anywhere else A dollar sved is a do.iar made. F. COOKE, Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing (vonopanT, Join the Columbia Bicycle Olub. 1 1 'S Honolulu. Year Ending December 31st, 1894 $204,638,783.96 $36,123,163 82 11 897.706 12 $48,020,S69 04 929,794 94 i59,4H2 14 $21 089,257 08 9 789 634 1 8 $30,878,891 26 $83 970,690 67 71,339.415 9i 1 1 ,36 100 00 21 691.73'i 39 .. 9,65,198 91 fi 6'fi 6-5 07 $2,5:9,37 82 .$750,290 677 97 . 855,207,778 42 31, 1&94 Trustees. Robert Sewell, Henry VV. Hmith, Mih A. StcCurdy, H. Walter Webb, The . Morford, R W. Peekhnm, Fred Cromwell, Lewis xlav, Robert A. Granniss, S. V R. Crnger, Robert Olyphant. James C. Ho den, Ueoige i Haven, William Babcock, J. Hobart Herrick, Julien r. Da,vies, Jnilliard, Theo. A. Havemeyer. Vice-President. S. B. ROSE, Hawaiian Islands. YOU MUST HAVE TO MAKE GOOD CROPS. Insurance Corapa BYAUTHOKITY. Public School Sotic. FRIDAY, Ap'il 12. USf, being Good Friday, all Government Schooh will be closed on that day. F.y order of tbt Board of Etlucation. J. F. SfJOTT, Secretary Board of Education. Honolulu, April 10th, 1$K. 3i0G-2t Water Notice. Holders of water privileges, or thoee paying water rates, are hereby notified that the hours for irrigation purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m. and 5 to I o'clock P.M. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent of Water Work. Approved J. A Kino, Minister of ihe Interior. Honolulu, March 12, 1895. 3942-tf In the Cirouit Court of the First Circuit Hawaiian Islands. IN BANKRUPTCY. -AT CHAMBERS TN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE 1 of Ah K. o cf Lahaina, Maui, doing bu-ioeHi under tht name of Kwong Hop Luiiif & Co., a DnkrupL Ci editors of the naid Bankrupt are hereby notified to come iu ad prive their debt before the Circuit Court of the Firdt Circuit, at Chambers at Hono lulu on MONDAY, the 15th day of April, 1895, between the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon and noon of paid day, and elect an Ah- L f t-e or Assignees of the said Bankrupt's Estate. By the Court. CHARLES F. PETERSON, 39fil-lw Clerk. Partnership Notice. HENRY II. WULIAMS AND ED ward A. Williams have thin day dissolved the partnernbip heretofore ex isting hetwt-en them under the firm name of I in er r-urniture 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 retres from said firm and buHinefS and Edward A. Wil liams remain in said busineRS, having formed a partnership then in with his father, C. . Williams. Tiie new firm cnnsiH'of C. E. Wil liams and E. A. Wi Mains, and hence forth will carry on said Furniture and Undertaking business in said Honolulu, under the firm name of C. E. Williams & Hon. I he new firm will collect all account owing to the old firm and pay all liabili-t-icfl ttiorcof Dated tLia March 30th. A. D 1895. H. H. WILLIAMS. ED. A Wit LI MS, 3957-2w C. E. WILLIAMS. Assignee's Notice. ALL PERFONS HAVING CLAIM8 against Mrs Amy (-lark formrly King which accrued prior to the 9th day of April, 1892. must present the same to the undersigned, us ARsignee of jeo VV King, as sfid o ;imH fc all due arid owing by him and unless pre sented prior to sai-i King's discharge from bankrupts , thev will ha re ver barred. WILLIAM R CAsTLE, Assignee in Bnktuptcy of Gei W. King. Dateo Honolulu April 6th, 1S95. 39:'-l w Notice. THE UNDER' I'iNEI) HAVING been Appointed Trustee for John 8. ElMs, a m nor, in pi ai e of Bruce Cart wright resigned, all person are informed th-it. the undersigned will act for him in all matters. C. L. HOPKINS, Honolulu, April 1. lbli.". I rutee. :959- 1 m Notice. THE UNDER8K4NRD IS AUTflOR ized to act in all matters for v illium 8 Ellis and Victoria S Ellis under full power of attorney. C L. HOPKINS. Attorney in fact for William S. Ellis and Victoria 8 Ellis. Honolulu, April 1 lh9. .T59-lm Notice. DURING MY TMrOR4KY AB snce from thes stand Mr E. I. Spa'ding will aet under ixx'l P-wer of AtorrJey f the Ba' k of Cau Sprckell &Co WM. G.IRWIN. Honolnlr, April 1, I8Q5 .61-2w Notice. DUR'NG MY A RS FN RE FROM ihH Hawaiian IsUndH, llr. Wttf M Gifltrd will act for m in all n atters of bueiness, under fnl' power o' ttr rnev. WM i IRWiN. Honolalo, H I., a pp. 4, lb'Jo. 3i-w Notice. DURING MY ABSENCE FROM ttie Hawaiian Isianris, vir. W titer M. Gffird, will attend to arj.i p r oina the du ie- rf President a- i Vltna'.'-r of the firm of Wm. (i. Tri., A H , .'d. Wvt.G IRWIN, Preidnt arul Manager, Wm G. Irwm & Co., LM. 3u6i-2w Half and Halt" Is a great apputizer. makes the weak stout and purities the b ood. Sold at the EMPIRR SALOON, Two for 25 lnta. i5964-y