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FRIDAY, .JAN. 1j"), 18U2.
The letter ot Mr. Henry Smith
regarding thu sessions of Inspectors
of Elections shotilil cause those olll
uials to look into the matter anil see
whether or not they are on the right
course. The law prescribes not less
than two public meetings not more
than thirty ilays nor less than five
dnys before the election This would
make the last legal day for holding
an Inspectors' meeting the 28th inst.
The letter of Mr. Marques corrects
one error in this paper which is
frankly acknowledged. That is with
regard to the Census bill. What Mr.
Matques did in that matter was to
mislead a thin llonsifanil cause the
defeat of a well-devised measure, by
making inaccurate statements of the
practice in other countries. His
motion to throw the bill out was only
an exhibition of bad temper, caused
by his unpractical amendments fail
ing to receive support. The Hin.i.u
rix corrected Mr. Morques's mis
statement regarding other countries
a few days later.
A correspondent wonders why post
age from this country to certain points
is higher in some cases than postage
to this country from the same points.
The queristjcould have been answered
privately only that others may be
in the same investigating mood. It
happens that a few days before the
letter elsewhere appearing was ic
ceived, the Postmaster-General gave
the representative of the Blm.i:tik
some information on this very matter.
The extra charge on letters hence
is due to land and sea transit
charges against this Kingdom's
mails after arrival in the United
States. On the occasion in
question the Postmaster-General
stated incidentally that he was carry
ing on negotiations with good hope
of success to have the extra charges
removed. As to the mails for Japan
the United States has debited this
country with a rough average amount,
calculated on the basis of one month's
service, for transportation of our
mails, notwithstanding that for the
past year or more a large proportion
of the Japan mails have been des
patched by steamers sailing hence
direct for that country. However,
on the strength of representations of
the facts made by Postmaster-General
Hill, the United States abated
its last bill for mail carriage to Japan
by a considerable amount.
HOW TO VOTE.
Below is given an illustration of
the ballot for Nobles on the Island
of Oahu, as mnikcd by a voter at the
polls, who votes the National Reform
ticket. Although the law does not
feo prescribe, the names are placed in J
alphabetical order, without regard to
party, as is done under the Austra
lian ballot law in oilier countries.
The voter will receive a ballot with
the names of all the candidates from
the presiding otllcer, and going aside
to a. screened compartment will there
mark his ballot as shown below, by
placing a cross X in the space oppo
site each name of his choice;
JOHN A. CUMMINS
S. M. KAAUKAI
O. B. MAILE
PAUL NEUMANN X
A. P. PKTERSON X
E. B. THOMAS
J. N. H. WILLIAMS X
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If you are troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame buck, bind on over
the scat of pain a piece of llauuel
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. You will bo surprised at the
prompt relief it affords. 50 eent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
eon, Smith & Co., ageuta.
stionr WILL UF A blind woman.
ul read in a New York paper the
other day," said n lorraer member of
the bar of Lueetnc county, IV, to a
New Yoik Suu icporter, "an item
about a will recently admitted to pto
bate in MeKecsport, which only con
tained twenty-four woids, and which,
the item stated, was unique among
wills, because of its brevity. 1 was
reminded by this that the shortest
will on record is one on Mi! in the of
fice of the Register of Lucerne coun
ty. That will, including the signa
ture, contains but nine words. It
was written with a lead-pencil on a
half-sheet of note paper, and is as
" 'Emily K. Miner is my heir.
'"Sauah Iv. Mint.u.'
"The will when found was inclosed
in an envelope, which was indorsed
'Head this when 1 am dead.' The
maker of the will was a blind woman
and was famous in her day as the
'Blind Poetess of the Wyoming.'
She was a daughter of the lion.
Charier Miner, whose 'History of the
Wyoming Valley' is among the rarest
and most valuable local hislo ies ever
written. lie was also the ablest and
best-known journalist in I'-'tinsyl-vania
half a century ago. He found
ed the Village Record of Westches
ter, l'a., and subsequently the
Miners' Record in Wilkesbarre. He
represented the Westchester District
in Congress several terms, and was
one of the first to develop the an
thracite coal interests of the Lehigh
and Wyoming valleys.
"Miss Miner, his daughter, who
died in 1S74, was blind lrom child
hood, and learned to read by touch
ing tiie wood types in her father's
printing olllcc. She was the first
person admitted to the Pennsylvania
Institution for the Blind who could
read before entering. She early
developed poetical genius, and the
earlier magazines and periodicals
contain many of her contributions.
She was possessed of a marvelous
memory, and when her father was
collecting data for his proposed his
tory of Wyoming she accompanied
him on his visits to surviving pioneers
of the bloody days of the valley,
listened to their narratives and re
cited them word for word to her
father on returning home, while he
put them upon paper. Some of these
arc strikingly graphic and stirring
in their language. Her will, although
it disposed of large and valuable
interests, and although there were
ninny heirs-at-law, was admitted to
probate without question. The lega
tee was a favorite niece of Miss
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injurious to the fibres of wood.
The following is an extracl from
the London "Building World :" "The
directors of the Palatine Railways say
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Tin: Hawaiian IIaudwaiu: Co., Ln,,
Fori street, opposite Spreckels.
The Hon. J. W. Fenniniore is the
Sheriff of Kent Co., Del., and lives
at Dover, the County Seat and Cap
ital of the State. The sheriff is a
gentleman fifty-nine years of age,
and this is what he says : "I have
" used your August Flower for sev
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G. G. (illVMN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U, S. A.
W. T. MONSARRAT,
IffirOlIlce at Hotel .Stab'es, Hotel
street. Hoth 'iVIcpuoiies MS, Residence:
Mutunl Tel. 01U. dec 10-U1
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
The undersigned, 0. TJtOUSSKAU,
Administrator, with the will annexed,
of the estate of His hi to Majesty Ku
lakaua, gives notice that pursuant to
an older signed by the Hon. A. F.
.Iiidd, Chit'f-.lustiee of the Supreme
Com I, dated December 28, 18111, he
will sell at public auction nt the sales
room of Jiinies l'. iWntgan, in Hono
Saturday, January 30,1892,
AT 1SJ O'CLOCK XOO.V.
All of the right, title and estate of His
late Mnjety in and to the lands below
named for thu purpose of paying the
iieois oi sum esuue.
gj TERMS CASH. Deeds at ex
pense of puiohiibois, viz:
1. LAND AT KOLOWALU,
Royal Patent 2592, acres. Deed
f loin Nukookoo and wife. Liber 02,
2. LAND AT MANOA, OAHU.
Royal Patent -1170, 2 10-1000 acres.
Deed from l'ihi ( w.)aiul Bilu Kekuniu,
her husband. Liber 75, folio 103. Sub
ject to lease to Maraeu Apau. Rent
$fi0 pcrannum; expires December 111,
15. LAND AT MANOA, OAHU.
Royal Patent 1150, CIlC-100 acres. Deed
fiom J. Kekuanui and wife. Liber 70,
4. TWO PIECES OF LAND
AT .MANOA, OAHU.
1st. Land Commission Award 15)50,
73-100 aeie. 2nd. Royal Patent 20,
II 55-100 acres. Second piece is sub
ject to lease to See Hop it Co. Rent
$00 per annum ; expires February 1,
5. LAND AT KULAOKAHUA,.
Lots No.-. 370-378, Royal "Patent 3121.
105.7J1 square feci. Subject to lease
lo John F. Colburn. Rent $05 per
annum; expires February 4, 15)01.
0 and 7. LAND AT MOANALUA,
A panas 2 and 3 of Royal Patent 420,
0.15 and 0.07 acres lespectively. Deed
from A. Kaoliko and wife. Liber 98,
folio 01. Apana 2 is subject to lease
to G. J. Campbell. Rent $21 per an
num : expires Juno 27, 1903. Apana
3 is Mihji'ct to lease to C. P laukea,
trustee for Kaaua. Rent $40 per an
num; expires June 27, 1903.
8. ISLAND OF MOKUOEO,
11 acres. Deed from S. M.
anil wife. Liber . Folio .
9. LAND AT AIKA,
Royal Pnlvnt 785, Royal Patent
2875, 1 :!7-100 acres, and Royal Patent
795, 4 acre, It chains ami M-IOO. Deed
from J S MeGrew and wife. Liber 79,
folio 291. 0-01 acre subject to lease
to J Humphreys. Rent 10 per an
num. Expires Sopt 11899.
10. AHUPUAA OF KAUHIULA,
Royal Patent 5711, acres. Deed
from Kalolo. Liber 58, folio 193. Sub
ject lo lento to Hilo Sugar Company.
Rent $110 per annum. Expires June
11. AHUPUAA OF KAIIAUALKA.
20,420 acres. Deed from Lunalilo
estate. Liber 7.'l, folio 213.
13. LAND AT KAALEO,
Royal Patont 1003, 3 Apana, 3 -18-100
acres. Deed from R B Kuikahi. Liber
58, folio 271. Subject to lease lo Kinio
Ivawaiobi. Hunt $50 per annum. Ex
pires Feb 28, 1898.
M. LAND AT NUUANU, OAHU.
Royal Patent -1-102, 98-100 acre.
15. LANDS AT PAWILI,
ISLAND 01' LANAI.
Roval Patont 1929, 18 57-100 acres,
Royal Patent 1930, 29 7(5-100 aeies
and 2 20-100 acres, and Roval Patent
1931, 18 30-100 acres. Total (18 83-100
acres. Deed from Kaniti (k) and
Iveanu (w). Liber 70, folio -118.
10. AHUPUAA OF
G ra nt 3255, 20 1-10 acres.
Kalmiiii, July 20, 1880.
17. LAND AT KUALA PA,
300 noroB. Deed from L. Isaac, Oct
31, 1882. Liberal, folio -107. Subject
to leam to M ICealohn. Kent $50 per
iinuuin, Expiies Nov 1, 1903,
18. LAND AT OMAOPIO,
Grunt 1908, 173 acres. Deed from
Kamakii, Mar 3, 1881. Liber 8(i, folio
21-1. Subject to Ic.ibo to S M Kaaukai
and J II Waipuilaui. Renl $50 pur
imuum. Expires Fob -1, 1901,
19. A OF
Land Conimibsion Awaid 0239, 12,1-10
acres. )eef from Haukoki, Liber
59, folio 69, Subjept to leiibO to J (i
Floret and olheis,
20. LAND AT WA1KL),
Royal Patent 3211, Apana 1, 121
acres, Royal Patent 2801, 375-1000
of an acre. Deed from Muhoo, Aug
-twr. m-i, -
21,1880, Wber 100, folio 201; Sub
ject lo (band lb G M T Kanlu. Rent
$26 per annum. Expires Feb-ii 11)01.
21. LAND AT PAKALA.
Rovul Patent. 1729 Ajmnn 2, 1 17-100
acres. Deed from 1). W. Ken wo. July
18th, 1878. Liber 55, folio 278.
22. LAND AT KELAWEA.
Royal Patent 1729, I acres 31 peiches,
and 4 acres 37 peiches. Same deed as
23. LAND AT WAIANAE.
1 acre, 2 rootle, 21 porches, 2 Apanas.
Same deed ad No. 21.
24. LAND AT PANAKWA.
Royal Patent 1727, 318-1000 of an
acre, and Royal Patent 2741, CJ acres.
Deed from Kiilolu. Liber 58, folio 193.
Subject to lease to Campbell and Isou
beru'. Rent $G0 ner annum. Expires
Nov. 7, 1897.
25. LAND AT WAIOKAMEA.
Haiiukoku. Liber 59,
20. LAND AT LAHAINA, MAUI.
Deed from John T and Robert 11
Baker. Liber 87, folio 270.
27. LAND AT LAHAINA, MAUI.
Royal Patent, -1390. Deed from Hnnit
Lilikalani and others. Liber 91, folio
28. LAND AT WA1MANALO,
Royal Patent 550. Apana 1 and 2,
3 15-100 aeieb. Deed from Kahoo
puipm (w), Liber 39, lolio -105. Sub
ject to leiiho to J A Cuininins. Rent
ftO per annum. Expires February -1,
29. LAND AT KAILUA,
Grant 2900, Apana 2, 5 75-100 acres
Deed from Opumomoua. Liber (il,
folio 100. Subject to lease to Chas
Hiiam. Rent if 10 per annum. Ex
pires June 27, 1003.
30. LANDS AT KANEOIIE AND
Deed from John Kalaauala and others.
Liber 88, folio 2-15.
31. LANDS AT KAPAKA.
Roval Patent 0501, 2 Anana, 873-1000
acre and j-acre. Royal Patent 1-1-12,
2 Apana, 0.20 acie and 0.50 aeie.
Deed from S W Kuaiwa and wife.
Liber 90, folio -190.
Anil if not Millicient lo pay the
debts of said estate Iho following:
32. LAND AT KUKULUAEO,
KALIA, HONOLULU, OAHU.
Royal Patont 1990 2 Apana, 1 3-1
acres and 35-100 acre. Deed from
Knhoopuipui, Liber 39, folio -105.
33. LAND AT IWILKI, OAIIU,
5S 8-10 acres. - Deed fiom E&tate of J
II Coney. Liber 95, folio 42-1. Sub
ject to the following leaser, viz :
1. Lease to A F C Hike, $00 per
annum. Expires June 1, 1900.
2. Lease to 11 Eiicksen, $25 per
annum. Expires March 1, 1891.
3. Lease lo John Ena, $110 per an
num. Expiies June 1, 1898.
4. Luuso to John Eua, $50 per an
num. Expires April 1, 1898.
31. LAND AT PA WA A,
22-15-100 acres more or less. Deed
from C II Judd. Liber 101, folio
129. Subject to leate to E. C. Mao
farlaue. Rent $130 per annum. Ex
pires February -1, 1901.
35. ILI OF WAIELI, WAIMALU,
L C A 8525 1), part 3.-155 acres more
or lees. Deed from lloa C Ulukou
and wife. Liber 58, folio 128. Subject
to Jeiibu to L. McUaiullobS. Rout $50
per annum. .Expires January 1, 1890.
30. ILI OF KAPAAKEA,
Royal Patent M99, 2-Apana, 31 1-2
acres and -1-10 iiuics; ami sea and
stream fishery of Wahaloa, 53 acres.
Deed from V C Parke, Administra
tor Estate of Kauaiiia, December 5,
1878. Liber 58, folio 1. Subjeet to
lciibc lo Sing Choug,
37. LAND AT KALIIII, OAHU,
known as Kamanaiki, Royal Patent
3123, -155 acres. Deed from C P
laukea, October 31, 1887. Subject to
lease to Manuel Darratt, Rent $150
per minimi. Expires November 1,
gJFVw further particulars inquire
JAS. F. MOltGAN.
(Signed.) G. TROUSSEAU.
Admiiiistiator with thu Will annexed
of the Estate of 11 M Kalakaua,
deceased 320 13t
THE LONE INDEPENDENT
CANDIDATE FOR MEMBER OF
THE MUTUAL LIFE
KIOIIAItO A. illcCUKUY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOL1 ARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
I For full particulars apply to
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
THEGREAT WIZARD OF TIIE NORTH.
Hawaiian Opera House.
L. J. Levey Lessee it Malinger.
GRAND OPENING NIGHT
Saturday, Jan. 16th
Return after a Tour of Immensu Success
around the World with Something New.
. KXTHAOltDINAKY ATTHACTION.
It Is respectfully announced that ar
rangements have been effected for the
immediate presentation hi Honolulu of
the most celebrated entertainment of
modern times, aud for the appearance
of the greatest 'Magician of this or any
The name of Professor Anderson Is like
"ancient uiiisle linked with household
words" to thoso whose remembrances of
home extend over the last .to years. Ills
New "London St. .Janics' Hall Enter
tainment," assisted by Millie. Blanche,
the Marvellous Second-Sight Sybil, lias
had the honor of leeelvlng the patronage
of Dor Majesty the Qiieon-Kinpiess, all
the .oveieigns of En ope, thu President
and half a million of the people of the
United States, and comprises Marvels in
the World of Mystery which had no
parallel In tlio days of the Egyptian
Magi or the Rosloriieian Nooroinaiicer,
as they have none amongst the efforts of
those who attempt the Black Art at the
present time. His Slay Is Limited.
The Entertainment will bo on the
same scale as recently presented by lihn
in Melbourne, San Francisco, and Lon
don. Perfect m every detail.
" Seals can be seeiueil at the office
of L. .T. Levey. 31!) lit
Reserved Seats, : $1.00
CS?" hex Plan opcji at L. .T. Levey's
on Monday, Jan IS, 1S!)2, at!) A. m.
THOS. :R. :LUGA
Hits it over occurred to
you what a desirable and
acceptable present a pic
ture makes? If not lend
us your ear for a moment
until we explain. In the
lirrit place everyone en
joys looking- at a pretty
picture ; it not only serves
to beautify the home, btlt
appeals to one's better
fcelhiffs and forms excel-
lent food for thought,
which nothing else can
give, and if the subject
be well chosen, serves as
a sjlent lecturer for good.
One need not confine hinir
self to any particular
style as the assortment of
hoth styles and subjects
is unlimited and almost
any fancy can be grati
fied. A picture litis the pecu
liar power of stamping its
imago upon the minds of
all who may see it, and in
many cases leaves a life
When making your
rounds of shopping drop
in at King Bros., on Ho
tel street, and see what
they have to offer in this
)ne, if for po oher pUj:f
pose than to enjoy what
is to be seen.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street,
The Popular Millinery House.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
The Pacific Hardware Co., Fort street, Honolulu, beg to announce that
they have opened their ART ROOMS on the second Iloor of their New
Building, where they have on Exhibition, Articles suitable for CHRIST
MAS PRESENTS, comprising examples of the following Wares: Limoges,
Boston, Rose Dubarry, Newport, Ivory, Queen, Bisque, Royal Windsor,
Royal Worcester, Royal Devon, Royal Hungarian, Tulip, Orchid, Bohem
ian, Etc., Etc. A choice selection of Silver Plated Ware.
They have Just Received a line line of the Latest Patterns of PIC
TURE MOULDINGS, Mirrors, Engravings, Etchings, Photogravures,
Pastels, Autotypes, Etc., Etc., of the Latest publications; Easels in wood
and bamboo; Tables, Chandeliers, Hanging, Piano aud Banquet Lamps,
Statuettes, and many Articles too numerous to mention.
OIL PAINTINGS by local Artists Mrs. Wells, Messrs. Barnficld,
Hitchcock, Mrs. Paulis, and others.
JKayAs soon as shelving on the first floor is compteted they will open a
Line of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Agate, Japanned and Tin Ware.
I hey trust their friends will appreciate the disappointment they have
experienced in not being able to have their Store tilted completely at an
earlier dale and the fact that their entrance is so unattractive as to afford
little inducement to visit the second iloor.
A VISIT to their Art Rooms will, they trust, be repaid.
Soliciting a continuance of the patronage they have so liberally on
joyed in the past, they will spare no pains to fill all orders wilh care and
VI mm Ih Ha I 11
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
11.(115 Port Street, Honolulu, II. I.
ARE NOW THE
New and Fresh Lot Just Received from the
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Eiistlaku, Qneon Anno, Jlcnu!nbuiico, Gothic, Italian, Classic, Norman,
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85 Cents a Bottle,
(50 Cents a Bottle,
1.00 per Dozen,
$7.00 per Dozen.