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Her Majesty tin- Quei-n will hold a
lleccplimi ill loluni Prtliieu on I'liduy
tho 2!)tli of iliiuuiiiy.
Tlio Queen will n-eeivo tlio Iloo-
k up lis of Hip ticopli' from 7 o'clock In
B o'clock A. M.
At 7 a.m. Tlio "Lilitiokulatii" Hid
At 7:lo a. it. Tlio "Ktilaniittiaolu"
At 7:1)0 a.m. The "Sons of Ha
waii" Hiding Society.
Tlio Order of the OlHeiul Presenta
tion at Court for that day will be as
At 11 A. m. The Chancellor of the
Kingdom, Her MujcMy's Ministers,
the President of the Legislative As
sembly and the Justices of. the Su
At 11 :10A. M. The Nobles amlKe
prosontatives of the legislative As
sembly mid the Members of the Privy
Council of State.
At 1J :0 a. m. Government Olli
cials. Atlli-10 a. M. Captain A. Kaulz
and tho Officers of tho U. ri. S. Pensa
colu. At 11 AH a. m. The Consular Corp;-.
At 11 :uu a.m. The Diplomatic re
presentatives accjedited to tho Court
Tho Indies will ho presented to the
Queen immediately after each official
Full dress to bo worn at tho official
presentation. Ladies also in full dress.
At 1:30 p.m. The following Ha
waiian Societies will bo received: llui
lloonaauao Liliuokalani, Hoola and
Hooulu Lnhui (Mnkua), llui Hooulu
Lahui o Kauniakapili, Ahahui Opio
pio Imipono Kariwiana, llui Manawa
lea o nu la hope, Hale Nana, Loi
Alamo, llui Holo Lio Liliuokalani,
llui Holo Lio Kalaniiinaole, Hui Holo
Lio Na Oiwi o Hawaii, Hui Hooulu
Liiuii and llui Makeke.
From 2 o'clock to 15 o'clock p. M.
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 desiious of being presented at the
General Reception will give in their
names, through the representative of
their own country or through some
resident of this country who person
ally knows them and who has him
self been presented to the Sovereign,
to the Chanibcrhiin'b Office two days
Ladies and gentlemen are not ex
pected to remain in the Throne Kooni
after they have passed the Queen.
Morning dress to bo worn at the
JAMES W. ROBERTSON,
Chanibciliiin of the Royal Household.
Iolani Palace, January 1-1, 1802.
Sale of Government Lots at
Makiki, Honolulu, Oahu.
On WEDNESDAY, February 17,
1892, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale will be
sold at public auction Thirty-six
(30) Lots at Makiki, Honolulu,
Oahu. varying in size from 1 70-100
to 8-10 of nu acre.
Upset price Varying from S2i"i0
to S500 each Lot according to size
and location. The terms and condi
tion of sale will he cash or at tho
option of the purchaser one-fourth
cash, and the remainder in equal in
stallments payable in one, two or
three years, with interest payable
semi-annually at the rate of 7 per
cent per annum.
The purchaser must within one
year from the date of purchase en
close the land bought by him with a
good and substantial fence and lay
on water from the Government pipes.
Koyal Patents will be issued for
the land upon the final payment of
the purchase price.
A map of these Lots can be seen
and full particulars learned at the
Land Office. Water mains liave been
laid or shortly will be laid adjoining
all of the ubove lots.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 11, 1892.
All Hawaiian subjects arc invited
to attend n Liuiti, to bo given at
Iolani Palaco on FRIDAY, the 20th
of January, from If to 5:30 o'clock
JAMES V. ROBERTSON,
Chamlieilaiu of the Royal Iluiiboliold.
Iolani Palace, January M, 1802.
WORTHY OF A TRIAL.
If you arc troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind on over
the seat of pain a piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's 1'aiu
lialui. You will ho surprised at tho
prompt relief it affords. 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
eon, Smith & Co., agents.
PirdiTri to neither Sect nor Jarty,
livt rstablhhrd or the bent lit of all.
TUESDAY, JAN. 10, 1802.
Mr. Lindemann's letter in this
issue shows that he is an independent
candidate on the platform of the
National Reform parly.
The generous offer of a lady in
England, to slait a fund for a hospi
tal on Molokai, in which to employ
the Matlci remedies, is heartily
commended to local philanthropists.
Music lovers should not forget the
concert of the Kameluiineba Glee
Club at the Opera House on Thurs
day evening. This is the only choral
organization that maintains itself in
constant readiness to entertain the
community. Consisting of native
Hawaiian boys under daily training
the club should be encouraged by
Our American letter contains much
matter of interest. It is pleasing to
hear that the report of the survey
steamer Albatross shows that a prac
ticable cable route has been found,
with a good landing place on this
side at Waikiki. The introduction
of tariff bills in the Senate, including
one to abolish the sugar bounty,
means nothing. There will be no
change of policy on the tariff ques
tion at this session of Congress.
Ka Leo betrays the badness of the
Liberal cause by the use of an infam
ous argument. It says in effect if
that party be not supported at the
polls, discontent and disaffection will
continue rife for an indefinite period.
As these evils have existed in the
past chiefly from the factitious agen
cy of Bush & Co., the sentiment in
question implies nothing but that the
linn will continue the unpatriotic bus
iness if the people do not buy them
off by placing all power and patron
age in their hands.
The Hawaii Ilolomua comes out
with an English page, to promote the
campaign of the National Reform
party. Some of its points are well
elaborated. It, however, displayed
the conceit of freshmen journalists
in the first number by an ill-considered
fling at the Bui.m'tix. Cam
paign sheets have a peculiar ad
vantage in their practical irres
ponsibility, but, to prevent their
doing more harm than good to the
cause they support, they should be
watched against the intrusion upon
their pages of the blundering scrib
blings of inflated marplots.
The letter of "Nob Hill" draws
atteution to a serious menace to life
and property in the situation of the
powder magazine in a populous part
of the town. It might have been
isolated enough a few years ago, but
the Government sold home sites close
to it which are now built on and in
habited. The complaint published
in this issue is part of the outcome
of a private canvassing of the sub
ject by residents of the locality, as is
also a petition that now lies at this
office for signatures praying the Min
ister of the Interior to have the
magazine removed with the least
possible delay. There are hundreds
of people within dangerous neighbor
hood to the magazine, and every
head of a household so concerned
should sign the petition.
A PUBLIC MENAGE.
EoiTon Bulletin :
Are the residents of the newly
populated slopes of Punchbowl aware
of the dangerous proximity of the
powder magazine to their homes. I
am told there are forty tons of dyna
mite, black powder and other explo
sives stored there, and an explosion
would mean death and desti notion
all over the plains. Please get up a
petition to the Government to have
the maguzino removed without delay
and allow it to remain at your office
for signature. Urgent action must
be taken on this mutter at once not
"mahope." Noli Hill.
Chu Gem, the Chinese merchant,
was acquitted of bribing a Customs
official yesterday, by a foreign jury.
On account of important witnesses
in a civil suit in the Supreme Court
having to leave to-day, a mixed jury
was called at noon and a civil case is
on trial this afternoon.
The Chiiiuiuau All Kim, charged
with assault with intent to commit
rape, was found guilty by a foreign
jury to-day, Judge Dole sentenced
Ah Kim to three years' imprisonment
ut hard labor, and to pay 81 fine and
costs of Court. A. Hosa assisted
the prosecution ; A P. Peterson for
the defendant. Another case against
the prisoner is pending.
THE WEEKLY TuLLiTIN-28
1 columns of Interesting reading
mutters. Mulled to foreign countries,
85; Islands, $4,
QUESTIONS ON REGISTRATION.
Tlio Onliliiet lnHlruptril ti.V the Hu.
The Cabinet have ubmittcd the
following questions to tho Justices of
the Supremo Court for their opinion :
1. Under the Election Law of
1890, Chap. 80, Sect. M, it is pro
vided that the Inspectors of Election
shall receive the "application of any
person desiring to have his name en
teied on the electoral roll or voting
lines. 1 Is it requisite that a per
son duly qualified must apply in per
son for registration or can he under
the law send a written application
(containing of course his qualifica
tions) to the Inspectors, and thereby
cause his name to be registered, if
the Inspectors are satisfied of the
truth of such application and do not
require an oatlir
Ques. 2. Is it necessary to ap
pear personally before the Inspec
tors of Election to apply for regis
tration as a voter, or can he make
application in writing?
11. The second is with regard to
the insertion of the translation of a
name, viz., if a name is foreign to
insert a native version.
Ques. 3. Can such voter on elec
tion day have the assistance of the
presiding officer of the Inspectors of
Election to murk his ballot, or is hu
confined to the explanation of the
Inspectors as to the mode of voting?
O. N. Spknci'.u,
W. A. Whiting. .
SYU.A11US OP 11KPI.V.
Section 4-1 of the election law of
1890 requires that the person wishing
to register as a voter must appear in
person before the inspectors.
Sections fif and o0 of the said law
permit the Minister of the Interior,
in having the ballots printed, to in
sert after the foreign name of the
candidate, the Hawaiian version of
Sections 03 and 72 of said law do
not permit the inspectors of election
to assist a voter who can neither read
nor write in marking his ballot.
The text of the reply was that ina
bility to read and write is not a phy
sical disability and physical disabili
ties are the only ones that allow the
possessor of them to request the as
sistance of one of the inspectors in
marking his ballot.
GENEROUS OFFER FROM ENGLAND.
Eunou Bulletin :
Will you kindly allow me space to
make known a very generous offer of
a lady in England, in a letter to me
received this day, through Rev. II.
II. Gowen, as follows:
"I understand from Mr. Gowen
that you are acquainted with the Mat
tel remedies, and have written on the
subject in the Honolulu newspapers.
"As Father Muller appears to have
been so successful in treating leprosy
with these medicines, would it not be
possible to start a small hospital at
Molokai for the same treatment?
"I will gladly give fifty pounds to
help you to start this scheme and
when started I will give twenty-live
pounds a year, for five years toward
the maintenance of a nurse.
"As 1 am only a private individual
with no position or mlluence that
would advance this work, I prefer
that my name should not appear.
"I have not been without experi
ence of the benefits derived from
these remedies, in cases of illness
that have been given up by the med
This offer has been already for
warded to the Board of Health for
their consideration, and is now pub
lished in the hope that it may induce
some of our local philanthropists to
I am, Sir,
W. II. Baunes.
Honolulu, Jan. 19, 1892.
A MORNING BLAZE.
About 7:15 o'clock this morning
an alarm of fire was rung from China
Engine Co., No. 5. A few seconds
later the bell towel alarm pealed forth
acquainting the city that there was a
blaze near the water front. Hurrying
to that quarter the firemen found a fire
in Win, G, Irwin & Co.'s warehouse,
below the Union Iron Works. The
building is a commuted iron one,
and being away from any other otruc
ture there was no danger of the fire
spreading. Engine, Company No. 1
was quickly on the scene ami a llood
of water was thrown on the burning
part of the building. The prompt
ness of the firemen soon put the fire
under control and it was shortly ex
tinguished. The dainimo to the build
ing was slight, but some of its con
tents were burnt.
CORRECTION BY DR. WOOD.
Kjiitok Bulletin :
Will you kindly correct an erron
eous stdtomont mado in your paper
last evening, I did not state to any
one that I hud found anything in the
stomach of Kcoinau, In fact the
stomach was removed entire and was
not opened until this morning, when
tho contents were turned over to the
Marshal. C. B. Wooo.
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1892.
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO
As a preventive and euro for
croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has no rival. It is, in fact, the only
remedy that can always be depended
upon and that is pleasant and safe to
take, lheie is not tlie least (lunger
11 giving it to children, aa it contains
? . v . .. .
no injurious suustanco, for sate at
Kn ...... 1 1 1 II ,l...,l,.-
iju uuiiLa jji;i Mifiuu uy
bottle by all dealers.
Iteiiuon, .Smith & Co,, agents-
PAlilFlfi HARDWARE CO., L'Dt
Sit-W MilbllH .lUHt to llunil.
Sink & Brownlow's Water Eilteir,
.Scales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chains,
Goblets, Wines, Decaliters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Miniature "Vistas" for mailing,
WImmi you wiinij a Portrait
JEnliirKi'-l (Mil on Kiuir Bros.,
gt; tlu'ir price lint and sets
HniliplcM. 'llicy CIMlM, 1)U lM'Slt.
For Coughs & Colds.
John F. Jones, Kdom.Tex., writes
I have used German Syrup for the
past six years, for Sore Throat,
Cough, Colds, Pains in the Chest
and Lungs, and let me say to any
one wanting such a medicine
German Syrup is the best.
B.W. Baldwin, Carnesville.TeHn.,
writes : I have used your German
Syrup in my family, and find it the
best medicine I ever tried for coughs
aud colds. I recommend it to every
one for these troubles.
R. Schmalhausen, Druggist, of
Charleston, 111., writes: After trying
scores of prescriptions and prepara
tions I had on my files and shelves
without relief for a very severe cold,
which had settled on my lungs, I
tried your German Syrup. It gave
me immediate relief and a perma
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
lly order of W. O. Smith, mortgagee,
1 will sell at Public Auction, at inv
On MOiVDAY, J:in 25Mi,
AT IS U'CliOOK SOOV.
Life Insurance Policy nf J hn
In the Mutual Life Iiisui-uuce ro. of Xew
Yoik for 810,000; beim; Policy
tSf Kurt her paitienliirs can be ob
tained from W. O. Smith, or from the
JAS. P. M()UGANT,
Honolulu, .Ian II), 1802. :-:i 3t
litis it ever occurred to
you what a desirable and
acceptable present a pic
ture makes? If not lend
us your ear for a moment
until Ave explain. In the
first place everyone en
joys looking1 at a pretty
picture ; it not only serves
to beautify the home, but
appeals to one's better
feelings and forms excel
lent ' food for thought,
which nothing else can
give, and if the subject
be well chosen, serves as
a silent lecturer for good.
One need not confine him
self to any particular
style as the assortment of
both styles and subjects
is unlimited and almost
any fancy can be grati
fied. A picture has 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 milking your
rounds of shopping drop
in tit King Mros.on Ho
tel street, and see what
they have to offer in this
line, if for no other pur
pose than to enjoy what
is to be seen.
I OK Halo or to tntilo
I for a Good Har
ness W01I; Ilorso. Tlio
I'lllv Is two vcars old
T s-- from a wi'll-brVcl nmio,
ami lias not yet lueu handled but is gen
tle For liiitlu'r paiileiilnrs a)ply t
'Kupiiliiilii I'm in,'' WiiiMkl, or ring up
Mutual Tel. No. ;I52. "112 2v
JNOTK'E of MEETING.
CTOOKUOLDKKS m Hawaiian Agrl
n ciiltiual (Nmipimy will tuku notlco
that tlio minimi uicotiugof (lio Company
will bit held at the ollleo of O. II rower &
1 Co , Queen Mieet, on TIIUKSI) Y, Jim.
'Mtt 1. ..1-1 111 hi .i,.i....l 1 11
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,1, U. UAJilJliJl,
Secretary II. -A. Co,
Honolulu, Jan. (J, 181)2. ail lit
IUCE2AIC! A. .UcUtllcaV,
It has paid its nicnihcrs since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0IJARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is the moat liberal ever offered by any lnsuianeo Company.
M& For full particulars apply, to
1"-1 nmmrnl Arrmif fnr lln. 11...,-.,!!..,, l,.t.m1o
.Inn. 21, 1893.
Reserved Seats, : $1.00
BSy Hox Plan opmi at I.. .1. Levey's
on Monday, Jan. IS, 1S!)2, at!) A. M.
The umlcrsined havui'r been appointed
sole agents for the Hawaiian
For the Celebrted
From tho works ol
Burham, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to nive estimates and
receive orders for these engines, of
size und style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Wokics
aru now manufacturing a style of Loco
motive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number ot which have recently been
received at these Islands, and we will
have pleasure in furnishing plantation
agents and manager with particular."
The superiority of those Locomotive)
over all other makes is not only known
here but is acknowledged throughout
the United States.
Wm. G. IRWltf & Co., 1U.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Win. G. Irwin & Company,
(IFKI-.K KOK SALK
PARAFHNE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
BOOK & OHJjANUT'B
Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Fairbank Canning Co.'a Corned
Beet', 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN UAKKKL8.
.JM&&. A FUKMSUKI") House, fi
&& V loonmanil Mlelien. A11
gflarafra ply ut No. 101 Kurt street.
UNI' URNIHIIUD COTTAGE.
AN Unfurnished Cottage of
from 'i to 4 nu). 1. s on the
i-'yiS lino of lite tiainwav lh wauled.
"fj'Tf """ -"" !tl
Addri'M 1). L.," this olllee. 'M lw
I UtiNIHIIHJ) ROOMS
WO Largo Kiunlpheil Hid
ioiiiiks ami a I'urlor on
Nuuiimi aveiiuo, wllh board if
dished. Ten 1 1 1 1 1 1 U c-s ftoiu I'ost Olllee.
Apply ut this olllee. !i21 at
Issues Every Desirable Form of
N. S. SACHS,
1 04 Fort Street,
The Popular Millinery House.
Builders' & Geneial Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General lercMse,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILS'.'X & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
li'MIft !orr fttriM.
ARE NOW THE
New and Fresh Lot Just Received from the
STYLUS OF AltOIIITECTUKES:
Kiistlaku, Queen Anne, Keunlssiini-e, Gothle, Italian, Olasslo, Norman,
IN STONE, BRICK, IRON OR WOOD.
Best Modern Designs in Residences! Cheap Arlls'ic Cottages a Specially I
Complete pluus aud spuellk-ations given; also superintendence of construction.
OFFICE-Chilton Block, cor. KiDK & Fort. Entrance on Fort St.
OF EW li
ii,ii nji nit' t i jitv ill I it II 1.1 it I II tat
Honolulu, SI. I.
35 Cents a Bottle,
00 Cents u Jiottle,
$4.00 per Dozen,
$7.00 per Dp.en.