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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEHTTSER: HONOLULU, APRIL IS. 1S95.
2 f dutv imnaired its usefulness ami duty became. In many cases uuueces ?arilv burdensome. Fourth That such action as hs been taken by your squad should at leant have received the endorsement of a majority of the enrolled mem hers of the touad. and would c;ll yur attention to the fact that no official means are at hand to certify that such action was by a majority of the sauad. The fact, however, that oo ii-ctions exist on the part of members to the r-ii arions umaii'is mai suu regulations be re-a liu-ted an ' sub niitted for endorsement. This will be done at an early date. In re formation of a new division, I would state that I fully recognize and endorse the right of all volunteer organizations to select their officer, and that such offi er, as well as members of squads, should be residents of the divisiou in whi.-h said squads are organized. The Pa lama an 1 Kalihi distiicts, comprising a large Htreteh oi territory, require at l-a-t 2 two suuads of not less than forty five meu each. Upon present tion of Mich list to headquarters, will authorize the formation of a fifth division, it biug thoroughly under stood, however, that such formation will be subject to such rule a may be in force at the time of formation. Your- respectfully, F. B McStocker, Capt. Comd'g Citizeus' Guard. The officers of the Citizens' Guard held a meeting in the Dis trict Court room last night. The reply 6ent Squad 8 by Captain Mcbtocker wao read. Alter some diecuesion it was decided to strike out that portion of the rules and regulations relating to court-martial. The request of Squad 8 to allow elec tion of a division lieutenant from their members was granted. This means that the equal will be some what on the independent order. Now that due concessions have been granted, it is to be hoped all further dissensions will cease. Squad 8 has simply got all they asked for and no doubt will bo satisfied with their victory. Routine matters were discussed at some length. The committee on caps and uniforms was granted additional time to report. The meeting -then closed. $ mm Y. M. C. A. Committees Following are the committees appointed for 1895-6 by President Lowrey at Thursday evening s Y. M. C. A. meeting : Devotional A. B. Wood (Chair man). Dr. J M. Whitney, H. W. Peck, F. W. Thrum, W. W. HH, C. B Ripley, George P Castle, Walter C. Weedon, Edwin Benner, Louts Castiiio, W. J. Stoddart, John W. Tr-gloan. Visitation Frank Cooke, W. W. Hall, Walter E. I.e. Invititiou and Reception W. W. Hall, E Benner, J A Gonsalves, W. 'IV in pie' oo, R. G. Moore, Clifton Tracy, W. J. Stoddart. Shipplug Henry Waterhouse, Hi ram Purdy, Walter E Dee. Tempera we H. W. Peck, A. F. Judd. W. E Brown, G MeNicoll, C. B. Ripley, J. B. Athertou, P. C. Jones. Entertainment and Lectures C. B. Ripley, H F. Wichraan, E. Bnuer, W. J. Stoddart, W. D Fletcher. Educational Classen W. A. Bowen, Prof-s-r Hosmer, Arthur Reynolds, W. R. Cstle. Reading-room and Library B. F. Beardmore, E. W. Burleigh, C. H. Fairer, W. J Frbes, Dr C. M. Hy.ie. Publication C B. Ripley, W. A. Bowen, D W C rbett. Emplovup nt-G P Castle, T. Rain Walker. D. W. Ort.etN Ptiysical F. W. Thrum, B F. Beard more, C. B. Ripley, W. J. Forbes. Finance C. Sf. Cooke, P. C. Jones, J. B. Atheron. Junior D W. Corbe't, Henry Judd, Charles Judd, Albert Waterhouse, G. P. Cook-. Bast-bull Match Today. A match game of baseball will be played this afternoon at 3 :30, be tween the Unknowns and the Phil adelpbiae. Following is the make-up of the teams, with their positions : UNKNOWNS. POSITIONS'. PH'DEL'PH'S. Chas. Aiwahi c T. Pryce George Wood p W. , Rhodes Chris Willis.. 1 b... E E. Mai rocks J.Thompson, Cap 2 b........W. D Foley G or-e Clark 3 b F. H Kumier T. White . 8 M J. Ro-key A. Mrttnda r. f P. Eaily M. Hopkins c. f...O. White, Capt L. Miranda 1. f. ...... J. F. Murphy Substitutes Sutistitutes A. Duncan. G. C. Rotzman. K. Peter. No Cricket Today. On account of the absence of several members of the Honolulu Cricket Club, together with the departure of steamers requiring the attention of others, there will be no game this afternoon, as intended. Practice will, however, go on dur ing next week. The Cricket Ciub will give one of their pleasant smoking concerts on the 23d, to which a number of friends of the meiub-rs will be in vited. Cars for Ensttr Sunday. A special car will leave Pauoa at ten minutes after 5 o'clock on Easter Day for the 5 :30 celebration of the Second Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral. Return car at 6:30 o'clock. The car for the 9:30 a.m. service will leave at ten minutes after 9 o'ciock. The Advertiser and Gazette o.f sale at Hi.o, J. A. Martin news agent THROUGS MANY LANDS. Arrangements For Stereopticon Lecture This Evening. Workmen were busy preparing the drill shed for the stereoplicon lecture this evening. A large screen has been stretched across the mauka end of the building, which will give the views a projec tion some seventeen feet square. Seats have been provided for be tween GOO and 700 people, and to day the place will be decorated with flags by the men of the Phila delphia. Tickets have sold rapidly and an unusually large attendance is promised. The musical features will be particularly entertaining, and together with Captain Coch rane's personally conducted tour through many lauds cannot fail to make the programme a complete success. Miss Katie Rosengrant Ulster, Peon. Scrofula The Worst Case the tors Ever Saw Doc Hood's Sarsaparilla Perfectly Cured M C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. : "Dear Sirs: I wish to testify to the great value of Hood's Sarsaparilla. For some time I had been troubled with scrofula, which arly last winter assumed a very bad form. Sores Appeared on My Face and hands and gradually increased in number until they reached to my shoulder. The doctors said it was the worst case of scrofula they ever saw and also went so far as to say it was lr curable. 1 tried ointments and other remedies but to no avail. A friend recommended Hood's HoocTsssCures Sarsaparilla, and although I was completely dis couraged. as a last chance I resolved to give It a trial. After taking one bottle I noticed tneBores had commenced to beaL After the sixth bottle They Were All Healed. I continued to take it, however, until I had used nine bottles, and now I am perfectly welL perfectly ter. Penn. Miss Katie Rosengrant, Uls Hood'8 Pills are prompt and efficient, yet asy in action. Sold by all druggists. 250. HoBRON DhUG COMPANY, 366 Wholesale Agents. Stereopticon' LECTURE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE LEPER BAND FUND AT THE Drill Shed. - on Saturday Night, April 13th, Views of Hawaii, United States, Northern Europe. Music by Kamehamena School Club, Mandolin and Guitar Club, Phila delphia Band and Berger'a Orchestra. S967-H INTINGL At Hawaiian Gazett Office. SEQUAH THIS Saturday Evening AT THE OLD ABMORY, Sequah Speaks and Acts At 7:30 O'clock. NATIONAL Band WILL PLAY AT THE Evening Lecture WITH RHEUMATISM For your own benefit, come, see, hear and judge for yourselves. SEQUAH ' SPEAKS. 3960 lni NEW GROCERY STORE 382 NUUA.NU STREET, Between Hotel and King Streets. American and English Groceries. Fresh Canned California Fruits, Provisions of all kinds. New Goods received bv even steamer from the Coast and Europe. batisfa tion guaranteed. Purchases de livered to all parts of the city. TELEPHONE 1004. GEO. McINTYRE ATTENTION ! r WOULD RESPECTFULLY In form my friends and the public that T am stiil in the Tinsmith mud Plumbing business That 1 am now offering fo cash regular sire 2x6 feet, Zir c Lined t-ath Tubs, with Plug, Chain and smaii piece of pipe ready for connection fo only $10 each, also Stone Pipe at bed rock prices : 6 in. 45c. a length ; h in. 40c a 1-ngih ; 6 in . . 35c a length. MWAli kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to. flsf Ring up Telephone 844 and yonr orders will receive prompt attention at lowest vricfi. J AS N TT, Jr. WING WO TAI & CO., HAVB BKCKIVKD BX BAJUC LISA A LARGE INVOIOK OF KATTAN CHAIRS AD LOU NOES. Guardian's Notice. f J AVTNG THI8 DAY BEEN AP- pointed guardian of James l ove, a spendthrift, notice is hereby given that I will not be responsible for at.v bu's con tracted by him or rv any per-on in his b-balf, unless authorized by me in writ.nc. (Sig ) J. aLhKEIJ MAGOuN. Dated Honolulu. F-bmary 14, 1895. 3920-if SUFFERERS BEAR This in Mind. Even in the wilds of the forest you'll find McINEKNY'S SHOES, Fort Street, .... Honolulu. The Mutual Life OF ISTEW YORK, RICHARD A. McCLTRDY, Company's Statement for the ASSETS Income. Received for Premiums Received from all other bources Disbursement?. To Policy-h'ders for Claims bveath... $1 1 " M for End'm'tS Divid'ds.etc For all other Account Assets United states Bond and other Securities First lien Loans on Bjnde and Mortage L ans on stocks and Bonds Real Etate Cash in Bunks and Trust Companies Accrued Interest, Deferred Premiums, etc Reserve for Policies audoiherL'b'lities.Co.'s Standard, Am. 4 per cent. 8 H)9 4c6 1 Surplus Insurance and Annuities assumed and renewed $750,290 677 Insurance and Annuities in force December 31, IMM 855,207,778 I have carefully examined the foretrm'ng Statement and find the same to correct. CH RLKd A.. PKKLLh.R. Auditor. From the Surplus a dividend will be apportioned as usual. Heport of the Fxtmining Committee. Office of The Mutual Life insurance Company of New York. Feb. 7, 1S95 At a m-eti'g of the hoard of Trustees at thin Company, held on the 26th day of Uecemb r las , the unde-signed were pp:int-d a C mmitte to examine the annual statent. nt for th ye i ending December 31, 1894, and to ver fy the same by comparison with the assets of the Compinv. The Committee have :arefully performed the duty assigned to th m, and he-eby eert'fy that the stateiient is in all particulars correct, and that the assets specified therein are i;i por-ession of 'he Company. I i making thi certificate he Committee bear testimony to the hie;h charade of the investments of the ompany and exp ess their approval of the sys'em. order, and accuracy with which the accounts and vouchers have beeu kept, and the business iD general transacted Hgne , H. 0. Von Post, J Hobart Herrick, Chrle3 R. Henderson. Theo. A. Havemeyer, Charles E. Miller, Robert Sewell. Board of Samuel D. Babcock. Chart s E Miller, Henry H Rogers, Charles R Henderson, George F BaL er. He mann C. Von Post, Adrian lelin, Jr., Stuyvesant Fish, Oliver Harriman, GeorgeS Ce, Walter R Gdlette. J no. VV Auchincloss, George Bliss, Dudl y oleott. Alex. H R-o-, GeorgeS. Bwdoin, Wm. if. Lnxon, ROBERT Augustu- D WALTER R. GILLETTE, General Manager. fSAAC P. LLOYD. 2d Vice-Preide it HENRY E. DU NT AN, Jr., Cor. Sec. WILLIAM J. E ASTON. Secr-tarv. vL ERT KLAMROTH, Asst. Sec. FREDERIC CROMWELL Treasurer. JOHN A. FONDA. Assistant Treasurer. J vi ES Tl M PSON. 2d ssitant Treasurer WILLIAM P. SAND-. Cashier EDW vRD P. HOLD FN, Assistant Cashier. EMORY McCLINTOCK, LL D., F. I A , Actuary. JOHN TATLOCK, Jr., ssstnut Actuary. - WM. W RICH ARDS. Comptrol'er CHARLEb A. PRELLER. Audi or. H S. BROWN, Asst. Comptroller EDWARD LVUAN SHRT, General Solicitor. MEDICAL DIRECTORS: GDSTAYUSS. WINSTON, M.D ELIAS J. MARSH. M.D. GRANVILLE M. WHITE, M.D. For particulars apply to General Agent THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING on hand all the well known OHKMIGAL the lowest market rates. They manufacture complete H'cirh Grade guarantee the analysis, and all that other IT UZEBS Planters would do well to write the undersigned before ordering anywhere else A dollar saved is 8 dollar made. .A.. W. COOKF, Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing Companv. Join the Columbia Bicycle Club. h President. Year Ending December 31st, 1894 $204,638,783.96 $36,123,163 82 11 897.706 12 $43,020,809 94 ,929,794 94 'fi9,4K- 14 $21 0S9,257 OS 9 789H34 18 30,h7H,S91 26 $K3 970.690 67 71.339 415 9.' 11,36 1H) 00 ; L'l 691 73 i 39 9.6 5.19S 91 6 5 5 07 $-04 63 - 2,59,37 82 9 42 be Trustees. Robert Sewell. Henrv W. sm-th, h h "A. McCurdy, H. Walter Webb, The . Vlorf t 1, R W. Peckh .m, Frcd Cromwell, Lewis Uay, Robert A. Granniss, S V R. fruger, Robert lvphaut. Jamei C. Ho den, Ue-xge i H-ven, William Babcock. J. Hobarr. Herrick. Julien r. Davies, Juilliard, Theo. A. Havemeyer. Company surance A. GRANNISS, Vice-President. 8. B. KOSE, Hawaiian Islands. YOU MUST HAVE TO MAKE GOOD CHOPS. 0 COMPANY kws aiwavs and constant FERTILIZERS and offers them for aae a Fertilizers to any special forma a anc firms do. BYAUTiiOKITY, WATER NOTICE. Owlagtotba :r u.ht and sc.trcity of water, the ratideotl ah )ve JTfldd street I and on the sop of Punchbjwl Bill are n q :e te: to oollect what wA'er t't-v may rcqui e for homehold p irpoi' he; ween the hours of 5 an 1 10 o'clock a. m. AZSDRBW BROWN, Bapl, Honolulu Water Works. S96-tf Water Notice. Holders of water privileges, or those paying water raten, are hereby notified that the hours fur irrigation purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m. and 5 to o'clock P.M. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent of Water Works. Approved J. A Kino, Minister of the Interior. Honolulu, March 12, 1895. 3f42-tf 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 bu-inesp u'ider th name of Kwoug Hop Lung & Co., a Bmkrupt Ctelitors of the said Bankrupt are hereby notified to come in a d pr v their debt bet'oro the Circuit Court of the First Circuit, at Chambers at Hono lulu on MONDAY, the 15th day of April, 1895, between the hours f ten o' I ck in the forenoon and roon of said day, and elect an Atntirn or Assignees cl the said Bankrupt's Estato. By the Court. CHARLES F. PETERSON, 3931-1 w Clerk. Partnership Notice. HENRY EL Wri LIAM8 AND ED ward A. Wil'iams have ttdt day dissolved the partnership heret 'f re istinir Let -a .en them und r the firm name of J nn er nrntture Oonip.my as well as of Williams Brother in the Fur nhureand Undertaking business in Ho nolulu, in the 1-lanil of Oahu. Henry H. Wdliaras ret res from said firm and business and Edward .Wil liams remain in said business, having formed a parmersnip therein with his fa'h r, C. 1 .Williams The new firm enrtttet'Of C E. Wil hams and E. A. Wi name, and hence forth will carry on sttid lurnituie and I'nder'akioe business in Haid Honolula, under the fitm name of O.K. Williams 6c fon. The new firm will collect all accounts oinwr to the old firm and pay alt liabili ties thereof Dted ti is March 30th. A. D 195. H H. WILLIAMS ED. A WD LI MS, 3957-2 w C. E. WILLI A VI. Assignee's Notice. A LL PERPONS HAVING CL4IM8 r 8Kiist M s Amy Clark formerly Kifi which sew Or d prior to the 9th day of April, 1S92 must present the same to the nnd- rsiried, as Assignee jf (jpo W Kinif, as said c xiaiH ie all oue arid o i:i by him and unless pre S nted prior to tai l Kind's diHcharge f'om banktnptc , thev wi 1 be rever bar-ed. WILLIAM R OATLB, An-unee In B'HikiUfd. y of (i. o W King. Date i Honolulu A-rii Gib, lr95. ; 'is -lw Notice, THE UNDER1 1, NED HAVING been appointed Trustee for John 8. El 'is, a ra nor, in pla e of Brum Cart wright resu'iied, all peffsnn are informed thit thn undersigned wid act for him in alt mutters. C. L. HuPKlNH, Honolulu, April 1. 1895. 'Iru tce. :-9o9-lm Notice. THF UVDRSF'tNED 18 AUTITOR izd to a-t in all matter- for v illim S Ellis and Victoria 8 Ellis under fnll power of attorney. C L. HOPKIN8. Attorney in fact for William S. Ellis and Victoria 8 Ellis. Honolulu, pril 1 1H9. 39-lm Notice. (THING MY T.- MrOR IBT AB-sencefromtr.es- si:.....'. Mr E. I. 8pa'dintr wdl ar-t under fn l lwr of AtM-rney 1jT the Ra- lr r.f C an 8oreckeIfl A Co WM. Q. IRWIN. Honolnl-, April , (85 fil-.'w Notice. DUR'VO VY ABSENCE FROM Im Hawaun : - ..:, vlr. Wttr M Gifltrd will a t for m in all matters of buxiurss, under fnl pow r o' atf ruey. WVI i IRW N. Honolulu, B I , Apn. 4, 1895. 3961 -w Notice. DUR1N ? MY - B8 ' NCE FROM te Hawaii. n Isinwrts, r. W titer M. G ff ril, will attend to and p-riorm the du ie- ' President a' d Vfanar of the firm of Wm. i. fri- A fV , I 'd. Wv G IRWIN, Pre-id'nt and Manager, Win G. Irwjn A O'., LM. 3 -2w " Half and Halt" Is a jrreat apntizAr. makes the wik stout and purines the h j d. Hold at the EMPIRR SALOON, Two for 25 leuti. o964-y i