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P BY AUTHORITY.
llor Majesty the Queen will linlil a
Keeoption ut lolani l'nlaco on l'lidny
tho 2!)th of January.
Tlio Queen will leceivo tin- lloii
kiipus of the people from 7 o'clock to
8 o'clock a. m.
At 7 A. M. Tlio "Lilluoknliuii" Kill
At 7:ir a. m. The "Kuluiiiuuaolo"
At 7:110 a. m.TIio "Sons of Ha
waii' Killing Society.
The Older of tlio Official Presenta
tion ul Court for that day will bo as
At U a. m. Tlio Chancellor of the
Kingdom, llor MajeMy's Ministers,
the President of the Legislative As
sembly anil the Justices of tlio Su
At 11 :10 a. M. The Nobles and Re
presentatives of the Legislative As-i-enibly
and tho Members of the Privy
Council of State.
At 11:20 a. m. Government OHi
cials. At 11:40 a. m. Captain A. ICautz
and the Officers of the U. .S. S. Penta
cola. At 11 :15 a.m. Tho Consular Corps.
At 11 :t5 a.m. Tho Diplomatic Ke
prcsentatives acci edited to the Comt
The ladies will bo presented to the
Queen immediately after each official
Full diess to bo worn at the official
presentation. Ladle also in full dress.
At l:.'i0 r. m. Tho following Ha
waiian Societies will bo received: Hui
Hoonnnuna Liliiiukalani, Iloola and
lloonlu Laliui (Mukuu), Hui IIooulu
Lahui o Kaumakapili, Aliahui Opio
pio Imipono Karisiana, Hui Manawa
lea o mi k hope, Hale Nana, Lei
Alamo, Hui Holo Lio Liliuokal.ini,
Hui Holo LioKulaniuuuolc, Hui Holo
Lio Na Oiwi o Hawaii, Hui IIooulu
Laau and Hui Alakekc.
From 2 o'clock to I! o'clock p. si.
The Queen will hold a General recep
tion, on which occasion all ladies and
gentlemen desiring to pay their re
spects will be presented.
Travelers visiting this country who
are desirous of being presented at tho
General Reception will give in their
names, through the representative of
their own country or through some
resident of this country who pcrton
ally knows them and who has him
self been presented to tho Sovereign,
to the Chambcrlain'b Office two days
Ladies and gentlemen are not ex
pected to remain in the Throne lioom
after they have passed the Queen.
Alorning dross to bo worn at the
JAMES W. ROBERTSON,
Chamberlain of the Koyal Household,
lolani Palace, January 11, 1S92.
All Hawaiian subjects nro invited
to attend a Limit, to bo given at
lolani Palace on FKIDAY, tho 29th
of January, fiom .'1 to 3 :,10 o'clock
JAMES V. KOBEKTSOiN,
Chamberlain of the Koyal Household,
lolani Palace, Januiuy M, 1892.
i- IX X
attu 4ft u He fin
Plrdcetl to neither Sect nor Party,
But estabtiihcd for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JAN. 18, 1892.
The bitterness with which the Ad
vertiser frequently reverts to the
events which preceded the downfall
of the Reform Cabinet is one of the
moat hopeless signs of the times.
That paper is never tired of ringing
the changes on such assertions ns that
the leaders of the National party in
1890 'allied themselves with the
worst element in Hawaiian politics."
The Advertiser lias been a strong
preacher of the doctrine of party gov
ernment for Hnwuii, hut evidently
always with the mental reservation
that there was only one paity lit to
rule tho party to which it has been
the slave when it could not ho the
dictator. Let us examine the alleged
allinnco referred to and analyze its
There was an organization known
us tilt Hui Kaluiairm long before tho
inception of tho National Reform
purty. It was originated by Air.
Dan. Lyons, a foreigner, with tho
assistance of Air. Kuhoonei, an influ
ential native. Its leuding political
doctrine was the extension of the
elective system to all important pub
lic ollices. Shortly before the insur
rection of 1889 Air. J. K. Rush be
gan taking an active part in tho so
ciety. Mr. Lyons did not like the
w wn'fw mfwmi wtiwa wrawi
apparent attempt of Air. Rush to
supplant him in the leadership, espe
cially as their views were not qtiito
harmonious on public questions. A
meeting was therefore called by Mr.
Lyons as president at the skating
link that then stood on Queen street.
Mr. Bush captured the chairmanship
and the meeting. Against the pro
tests of the president, who declared
he would maintain the original asso
ciation, the meeting oiganized the
"Hawaiian Political Association,"
adopting a very liberal platform, al
most identical with the Relorin parly's
platform of 1887. The doctrine of
election was eliminated from the old
Hui standards, excepting Unit the
platform said two-thirds of the Leg
islature should elect the Cabinet.
Mr. Wilcox was present and made a
rousing speech in Hawaiian which se
stired the abolition of membership
dues, bul there was nothing out of
the way in any of his expressions as
interpreted to the Rui.i.ltin repre
sentative. In regard to the Noble
franchise the platform took moderate
ground, only holding for a reduction
The disastrous upiising of Mr.
Wilcox's geltip intervened to check
all constitutional movements of the
Hawaiians and there was nothing
further heard of the Hawaiian Politi
cal Association. When, however,
the election drew near the old Hui
Kalaiaina was to the front with its
original doctrine of the election of
Government officials. In the mean
time an agitation conducted largely
by members of the Reform party,
with the objeel of having a special
session of the Legislature called to
pass an anti-Chinese constitutional
amendment, resulted in nothing
but an anli-Chineso manifesto by
the Reform Cabinet. Out of the
agitation, however, was evolved the
Mechanics' and AVorkingmen's Po
litical Protective Union, organized
for obtaining the protection sought
in the desired constitutional amend
ment, and for securing the rights of
the working classes in general. For
some while after its organization the
Union avoided party politics, and
even in its platform, when ultimately
adopted in conjunction with the Hui
Kalaiaina, there was nothing antago
nistic to the Government of the day.
The Hui Kalaiaina had been pro
ceeding with great preparations for
the election on its original lines,
election of Government officials and
the abolition of the property qualifi
cation of electors for Nobles being the
main items in its campaign. When
the Aleclianics' Union decided on
taking an active part in the election
contest, it saw no hope of carrying
out its aims by accepting overtures
from the Government party. Out
side of its ranks was a deep and
widespread feeling of discontent with
the Reform administration. Lead
ing Reform workers of the previous
election and bv-election had often
and openly expressed dissatisfaction
with many things, including breaches
of promise of preferment to them
selves in large number. It was late
when the Government party pulled
itself together for the campaign, and
so undisguised was the bitterness it
displayed against the opposing com
bination that the latter, in its expres
sions other .than in the party plat
form, was naturally bound to come
out squarely as an Opposition. There
was only one course open to the Ale
clianics' Union if it was to secure a
commanding influence in the Legis
lature and through that in the ad
ministration. That course was to co
operate with the native organization
and also win as many dissident Re
form votes as possible without any
Such was tho alliance. It was this
alliance that constituted tlio National
Reform party. That party had no
existence before this alliance was
formed. How, then, can the Advertiser
say tho National party made an alli
ance with the worst element in Ha
waiian politics? It did make an alli
ance, however, with the independent
voters for nobles on the Island of
Hawaii, who were tired of the domi
nation of a Hilo clique and dissatis
fied with the dissension in the
Cabinet. Hut was there anything
dishonorable in the main ullianco
between the woikingmen's party and
tho natives' society? Did the former
give up any of its tangible principles
for the soke of securing the Hui Ka
laiaina's co-operation? On the con
trary, the Hui abated its radical
doctrines materially, to accept Hip
moderate and, in tho main, unassail
able principles of the Union. It
was not, as tho Advertiser and its
discredited faction pretend to assume,
the influence of Alessrs. Rush and
Wilcox that carried tho eleotion.
Tho independent Nobles from Ha
waii refused to vote tho Cabinet out
while there was a chance of its being
succeeded by one containing Hush
und Wilcox. On Oahu Mr. Rush
was the only eaudiduto of the party
"f W"'.' '
to bo defeated. Some of liie most
respectable former voters of the Re
form party declared openly before the
election that they would vote for the
National Reform pnrty if it was not for
fear of tho ascendancy of Rush and
Wilcox. That a large proportion of
the old Reformers, uninfluenced by
such a fear, voted the opposition
ticket is proved by the completeness
of the victory in the election of
Nobles. The National Reform party
secured the bulk of the native vote
for both branches of the House, not
by any compact with the Rush and
Wilcox faction of a compromising
kind, hut by inducing the natives to
adopt moderate counsels and reason
able demands. Ry doing so the
National Reform party averted what
had been developing into a contest
on nice issues pure and simple, and
its victory through the alliance de
nounced by the Advertiser was a
victory that made strongly for the
permanence of constitutional gov
ernment. HAWAIliN OPERA HOHSB.
L.J. Levey Lessee & Manager.
Tuesday Even'g;, Jan. '9
-OF THE ORIGINAL
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A CHOICE LOT OF
Dwarf Cherry Trees in Blossom
12 Varieties of Lily Bin
Just received from Japau.
L. J. LEVEY,
322 2t Cor. Queen & Foi t ste.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
The undersigned, G. TROUSSEAU,
Administrator, with the will annexed,
of the estate of His Into Majesty Ka
lakaua, gives notice that pursuant to
a n order signed by tho Hon. A. F.
Judd, Chief-Justice of the Supremo
Court, dated December 28, 1801, he
will sell at public auction at the sales
room of James F. Morgan, in Hono
Saturday, January 30, 1892,
AT 13 O'CLOCK XOOX,
All of tho right, title and estate of His
late Majesty in and to the lands below
named for the purpose of p.iying the
debts of said estate.
gW TERMS CASH. Deeds at ex
pense of purchasciH, viz :
1. LAND AT KOLOWALU,
Royal Patent 2f!)2, acres. Deed
from Nakookoo and wife. Liber C2,
2. LAND AT MANOA, OAHU.
Royal Patent 4170, 2 10-1000 acres.
Deed from Pihi(w.)and Uila Kokumu,
her husband. Liber 75, folio lOIt, Sub
ject to lease to Maraea Apau. Kent
$50 per annum; expires December 111,
3. LAND AT MA.NOA, OAHU.
Royal Patent 130, 5 JHi-lOO acres. Deed
from J. Kckuanui and wife. Liber 70,
4. TWO PIECES OF LAND
AT MANOA, OAHU.
1st, Land Commission Award 11)50,
7:M00acre. 2nd. Royal Patent 20,
.'I 55-100 acres. Second piece is sub
ject to louse to See Hop & Co. Kent
WO per milium j expires February 1,
5. LAND AT KULAOKAHUA,
Lots Nok. 370-378, Koynl Patent 3121.
105,7- 1 square feet, Subject to lensu
to John F. Colburn. Kent $05 pur
annum; expires February 1, 1901.
(i and 7. LAND AT MOANALUA,
Ananas 2 and 3 nf K.ivnl I,ifmit .ton
0.15 and 0.07 acres respectively. Deed
from A, ICaoliko and wife. Liber 98,
folio 01. Apami 2 is subject to lease
to G. J.Campbell, Kent $21 per an
num : expires Juno 27, 1903, Apana
3 is subject to lciiso to C. P Iaukea,
trustee lor JC"""' Kent $40 per an
num ; expires Juno 27, 1903.
8. ISLAND QF MOKUOICO,
II acres. JJeeif fnmi S. M. "fliiiiion
and wife. Liber : , Folio .
0. LAND AT AJ-KA,
Koyal Patunl 785, Koyal Patent
287G, 1 37-100 acres, und Koynl Patont
795, acre, 3 clminn and 33-100. Deed
frbif) -.1 K Afnt1rn. ,i.i,t mir.i T.n.HK 'ro
folld 291. 0(11 aero subject to lease
to J Humphreys Unit $10 per an
num. Expires Sopt 1, 1801).
10. A1IUPUAA OF KAUIIIULA,
Koynl Patent 5711, acres. Deed
from ICnlolo. Libor 58, folio 193. Sub
ject to lease to Hilo Sugar Company.
Kent $30 per annum, Expires June
20,420 acres. Deed from Lunalilo
estate. Liber 73, folio 213.
13. LAND AT KAALEO,
Koyal Patont 1003, 3 Apana, 3 18-100
acres. Deed from K 15 Kuikahi. Liber
58, folio 271. Subject to lease to Kimo
Kawniohi. Kont $50 per annum. Ex
pires Feb 28, 1898.
14. LAND AT NUUANU, OAHU.
Royal Patent 4402, 98-100 acre.
15. LANDS AT PAW1LI,
ISLAND OF LANAI.
Koyal Patent 1029, 18 57-100 acres,
Koyal Patent 1930, 29 70-100 actes
and 2 20-100 acres, and Kovul Patent
1031, 18 30-100 acres. Total (18 83-100
acres. Deed from Kanui (k) and
Keiuiu (w). Libor 70, folio -118.
10. AIIIJPUAA OF KIIIAPU
HALA, HANA, MAUI,
Grant 3255.-20 1-10 acres. Deed from
Kuhunu, July 20, 1880. Libor 0-1,
17. LAND AT KUALAPA,
300 acres. Deed from L. Isaac. Oct
31, 1882. Liber 74, folio 407. Subject
to lease to M Kealohn. Rent $50 per
annum. Expiies Nov 1, 1903,
18. LAND AT OMAOPIO,
Grant 1008, 173 acres. Deed horn
Kuimikii, Mar 3, 1881. Liber 80, folio
214. Subject to lease to S M ICa.iukai
and J 11 Waipuihini. Kent $50 per
annum. Expires Feb 4, 1904.
19. .J OF AIIUPUAA OF NUU,
Land Commission Award 0239, 12,140
acres. Deed from Haukoki. Liber
59, folio 89. Subject to lease to J C
Flores and others,
20. LAND AT WAIELI,
Koyal Patent 3244, Apnna 1, 12
acres. Koyal Patent 2801, 375-1000
of an acre. Deed from Mnlioe, Aug
24, 1880. Liber 100, folio 294. Sub
ject to lease to G M P Kaulii. Kent
$25 per annum. Expires Feb 4, 19UL
21. LAND AT PAKALA.
Royal Patent 1729 Apana 2, 1 17-100
acres. Deed from D. W. Ken wo. July
18lh, 1878. Liber 55, folio 278.
22. LAND AT KELAWEA.
Royal Patent 1729, 4 acres 31 perches,
and 4 acres 37 perches. Same deed as
23. LAND AT WAIANAE.
1 acre, 2 roods, 21 perches. 2 Apanas.
Sumo deed as No. 21.
24. LAND AT PANAEWA.
Royal Patent 1727, 318-1000 of an
acre, and Royal Patent 2741,5 acics
Deed from Kalola. Liber 58, folio 193.
Subject to lease to Campbell and Isen
beig. Rent $G0 per annum. Expires
ixov. i, iavt.
25. LAND AT WAIOKAMEA.
Deed from Ilnnukoku. Liber 59.
20. LAND AT LAIIAINA, MAUI.
Deed from John T and Robert II
linker. Liber 87, folio 270. '
27. LAND AT LAIIAINA, MAUI.
Royal Patent, 4390. Deed from liana
Lihkalani and others. Liber 91, folio
28. LAND AT WAIMANALO,
Royal Patent 550.. Apana 1 and 2,
3 15-100 acres. Deed fiom Kahoo
puipui (w), Libor 39, folio 405. Sub
ject to louse to J A Cuniniius. Rent
$10 per annum. Expiies February 4,
29. LAND AT KAILUA,
Grant 2900, Apana 2, 6 75-100 acres
ueeu irom Upumomona. Liber 01,
folio 100. Subject to lease to Chas
Hiram. Kent $10 per annum. Ex
pires Juno 27, 1903.
30. LANDS AT KANEOIIE AND
Deed from John Knliiauiila and others.
Liber 88, folio 245.
31. LANDS AT KAPAKA.
Royal Patent 0501, 2 Apana, 873-1000
aero and 4, aero. Koyal Patent 1442,
2 Apana, 0.20 acre and 0.50 aero.
Deed from S W Kuuiwu und wife.
Liber 90, folio 49(1.
Anil if not bulllciont to pay the
debts of said estate the following:
32. LAND AT KUKULUAEO,
KALIA, HONOLULU, OAHU.
Royal Patent 1990 2 Apana, 1 3-1
acres und 35-100 acre. Deed frJm
Kuhoqpuipui, Jjiljer 39, folio 405.
33, i,ANP AT IWILEI, OAHU,
58 8-10 acres. Deod from Estuto of J
H Coney. Libor 95, folio 424. Sub
ject to the following louses, viz, ;
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1. Lease to A F C-wke, $00 per
annum. Expires June 1, 1900.
2. Lease to II Ericksen, $25 per
annum. Expires March 1, IS!) I.
3. Lease to John Eua, $110 per an
num. Expires Juno 1, 1898.
4. Lcaso to John Ena, $50 per an
num. Expires April 1, 1898.
31. LAND AT PAWAA,
22 45-100 acres more or less. Deed
from C H Judd. Liber 101, folio
129. Subject to lease to E. C. Mae
farlane. Rent $130 per annum. Ex
pires February 4, 1901.
35. .ILI OF WAIELI, WA1MALU,
L O A 8525 I), part 3,455 acres more
or less. Deed from Hon C Ultikou
and wife. Liber 58, folio 128. Subject
to lease to L McCandless. Rom $50
per annum. Expires January 1, 1890.
3G. ILI OF KAPAAKEA,
Koyal Patent 4499, 2 Apana, 31 1-2
acres and 4-10 acres, and sea and
stream lishery of Wuhalo.i, 53 aotos.
Deed from V C Paike, dniinistia
tor Estate of Kanaina. Decombfn 5
1878. Liber 58, folio 1. Subject to
lciibo to Sing Chong,
37. LAND AT KALIIII, OAIIU,
known as Kuinanaiki, Koyal Patent
3123, 455 aeres. Deed fiom C f
Iaukeu, October 31, 1887. Subject to
lease to Manuel Harratt. Kent $150
per annum. Expires November 1.
gJtF"For fin ther particulars impure
J AS. F. BKlllGAX.
(Signed.) G. TROUSSEAU.
Ailministnitor with the Will annexed
of the Estate of II M Kulnkuuu,
deceased. 320 13t
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