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Finance Dcimrt incut.
BlIKK.UI 01' CUSTOM", )
Honolulu, 11. 1., Jan. 22, 181)2.
All Special UiinuiiRsmiis issued
fiom tliis Bureau aio lieieby can
celled. A.S. Cl.KGIIOltX,
Collector Gonoial of CustoniH.
Minister of Finance ad interim.
RATES OF POSTAGE,
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lotleis to all Countries and Colonies
in tho Universal Postal Union will lie,
for each o.. or fraction thereof, 5
For newspapers and other printed
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and Mexico, for each paeUet not ex
ceeding 2 o.., 1 cent; for each addi
tional 2 o.., or fraction theieof, 1 cent.
To nil other Countries and Colonies
of the Postal Union, for eacli packet
not exceeding 2 o., 2 cents; fcr eacli
additional 2 oz., or fraction tlicjeof,
Jan. 20, IS!)2.
IJ21 3tl It
Regulation for Hog Slaughttr House?.
No Slaughter Houses foi Hogs shall
he maintained in the Dibtriet of Hon
olulu, O.ihu, on or after the 20Ui of
I'Vhmary, 1M)2, without a wiitten per
mit fjom tlie tto.inl of Health.
Piesident Boaid of Health.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 1802.
'V IX .:
Plained to nntier Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JAN. 22, 1892.
AH UNPATRIOTIC COURSE.
The course the Advertiber has
seen fit to adopt in the present elec
tion campaign is everything but
patiiotie. On the contraiy it has
assumed a poIic' more than suspi
ciously chargeable with being inleu
tionally inimical to the maintenance
of the present established institutions
of the country. The Advertiser is
doing its best to defeat the candi
dates of the only organized paity
that is pledged to peace 'and quiet
ness, to the maintenance of the coun
try's industrial existence, and to
economy and prudence in the admin
istration of internal affairs.
Contrariwise, the Advcitiser is do
ing all it can, by indirect and under
handed therefore all the more des
picable means, to promote the elec
tion of a part' devoted to the most
revolutionary measures ; to the over
turning of the fundamental law of
the land; to all sorts of visionary
schemes, the concoction of empirical
demagogues, and to the placing in
power of men whose whole public re
cord is a category of mischief to the
country, Roth to defeat the coun
try's friends and to exalt the coun
try's foes are the objects to which
the Advertiser is lending its influ
ence and bending its energies.
The way our contempoiary is try
ing to effect these objects is by
agitating to gel a ticket for Nobles
on this island in the field, w ho can
"only split the conservative and patri
otic vote of the constituency, thus
securing the triumph of the revolu
tionary parly. As so-called "inde
pendent" candidates are induced,
one by one, to lend themselves to
this still-hunt game, the Advertiser
raises a shout of triumph and
parades each victim as a ram with
out blemish for tho sacrifice. If
it were only self-sacriflco to which
these dupes of an insignificant clique
devoted themselves there might bo no
complaint. But when it is clear that
with their own dignity they are going
to attempt the slaughter of the pres
ent best hopes of the country, even
their own nearest political and per
soual friends, who are blessed with
oidinary reason and a fair share of
tho instinct of sclf-prcsorvation, must
join in reprobating their conduct.
To return to the Advcitiser, let a
few facts in its circumstances be re
called. They will go to show that
its courso is essentially tiaitorous.
Tiaitorous not only to the country
now, but to its own party in the
past. That joHrnal is advertised in
seveial publications by its publishers
as Uio leprcseutativo of the Reform
owtrffM..'CPaErt.rtivprw.' . l
party. What has it been doing theso
two years, since that party relin
quished as such the control of affairs,
to prepare the way for its lceovcry of
lost ground r llsw it tried to procure
such icoiganization of its party as
would enable it, in this campaign, to
put forward candidates who, to use
its description of the two "independ
ent" aspirants just discovered, aie
"men to whom the affairs of the
nation may safely be entrusted at
tliis trying juncture"? It lias done
nothing, tried nothing, toward tlie
attainment of such objects the only
commendable ones for tlie organ of a
paity in which it professed implicit
On the contrary, the Advertiser
several months ago, when there was
yet ample time for initiating a "stal
wait" program, meekly capitulated
tlie whole works to the party of the
.Mechanics' Union. It praised the
mechanics and workingmen for their
intelligence, good sense, and so foith,
and patronizingly gave them its
sweetest counsels to aid them in the
coming political campaign. Now just
here is where comes in some evidence
of the Advertiser's guilt "at the
present junctuie." When that journ
al was thus blarneying the Mechanics'
Union, tlie Wilcox revolutionists had
not jet broken away from an alliance
with that body. Scarcely has such
a breacli become irremediable, by the
thorough organization of the two
membeis of the alliance into oppos
ing parties for tlie election, than the
Advcitiser strikes out in a bitter
campaign against the conservative
paity, bound though it is to the pres
ervation of the settled order, to
measures for the common benefit, and
to honest and ellicient administration.
Further comment for the present is
Kditok Bui.i.ktik :
Jf any have been hitherto sceptical
in icgard to skill on these islands, in
political maneuvers, let them halt in
admiration of the last Hank move
ment of the National Liberal leaders.
Unable to endure the concentrated
volleys of the National Reform party,
they have caused to be placed, in a
different direction, a dummy or
elligy named Henry Waterhouse, to
draw the fire fioin them. This stroke
of strategy is not ercn excelled by
the tactics of the Democratic paity
in placing a Prohibition ticket in the
field to draw away Republican votes.
This master stroke of Unesse is ren
dered easily possible by the con
summate vanity ot Mr. Waterhouse
himself. Perfectly transported with
the quality and quantity of purity in
his composition established beyond
dispute by Advertiser eulogies, he
has consented to become an inde
The simplicity of the greeny who,
allured by tho apparent certainty in
his own favor, yields to the blandish
ments of the three card monte sharp,
is reason itself, compared with the
facility with which the self-conceited
political aspirant allows himself to
become a victim of our wily oppon
ents. Reyoud a doubt he will take
some votes from one or more Na
tional Reform candidates, but to
what purpose? Does he for a mo
ment imagine that he will draw the
full Reform vote of the last election?
He 111:13- as well be at once informed
that leformers who have acquiesced
in the generally approved ticket of
the Mechanics' Union do not hold
their convictions subject to tiansfer
at his recent insane whim. It goe3
without saying, he will obtain a cer
tain hide-bound following who hang
their volition and conscience on the
After the election is over he may
console himself witli the purity which
finds so little political appreciation.
He is also entitled to go to Hush and
say: "My Lord, thy servant has
done all he could for thee, even to
slaughtering votes with the jawbone
of an ass. What shall be my re
ward?" And the reply will come,
Truly Rush and Wilpox are to he
congratulated on this onesided alli
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Dr. R. L. St. John of Ilowland,
Putnam county, Missouri, takes es
pecial pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, be
cause he knows it to be reliable. lie
has used it in his practice for several
years, and fiays there is none better.
It is especially valuable for colds and
as a preventive and euro for cioup.
This most excellent medicine is for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
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T tlu) annual meeting of the ll-
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II1I4 ilnv. tin, fiiltmvltitr iii.rAiiiia ui.tn
elected ollluurs for tho niiiciit jvur:
Hon. O. R. Bishop Pieeideut,
Siiin'l O. Allen Vieo-l'iesliJunt,
Geo. II Robcitson Tieusiiior,
J. O. Ciuter Secietary,
Tom Aluy Auditor.
111 kku'I Oils;
S. C. Alliin, Chus. M. Cooke and V, O.
J. O, OARIKR,
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The bunt tiling to hoihI to
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Uros.' Illustrated Souvenir
of Hawaii, which Ih gotten
up lor tlie purnoHO and Ih
not an advertisement.
ii?D 'mi j iww a rfiSa mn iVhiwHwiiTiiw
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
The undersigned, 0. TROUSSKAU,
Administrator, with tho will annexed,
of thu estate of His Into Majesty Kn
lnkaua, gives notice that putsiiaut to
an order signed by tho Hon. A. P.
.lurid, Chief-Justice of the Supremo
Court, dated December 28, 185)1, ho
will sell at public auction at the sales
loom of Jnnios P. Morgan, in Hono
Saturday, JiDUvy 30,1892,
AT ltt O'CLOCK NOON.
All of the right, title and estato of His
late Majesty in and to the lands below
mimed for the purposo of paying tho
debts of said estate.
tJ9 TERMS CASH. Deeds at ex
pense ol purcliaseis, viz:
1. LAND AT KOLOWALU,
Royal Patent 2592, acres. Deed
front Nakookoo and wife. Liber 02,
2. LAND AT MANOA, OAHU.
Royal Patent -1170, 2 1G-1000 acres.
Deed from Pihitw.)anri Riln Kekuimi,
her husband. Liber 75, folio 103. Sub
ject to lease to Maraea Apau. Rent
50 peranuum; expires December 31,
3. LAND AT MANOA, OAHU.
Royal Patent 130, 5:10-100 acres. Deed
from J. Kekuanui and wife. Liber 70,
folio 2 1.
4. TWO PIECES OF LAND
AT MANOA, OAHU.
lbl. Land Commission Award 1950,
7:1-100 acre. 2nd. Royal Patent 29,
:t 55-100 acres. Second piece is sub
ject to lease to See Hop & Co. Rent
ijiliO per annum; expires Pebruary 1,
5. LAND AT KULAOKAIIUA,
Lots Nos. 370-378, Royal Patent 3421.
105,741 bquure feet. Subject to lease
to John P. Colhurn. Rent $05 per
annum ; expires Pebruary 4, 190 J.
0 and 7. LAND AT MOANALUA,
Apanns 2 and 3 of Royal Patent 420,
0.15 and 0.07 acres respectively. Deed
from A. Kaoliko and wife. Liber 98,
folio Gi. Ap.ma 2 is subject to lease
to G. J. Campbell. Rent $21 per an
num : expires June 27, 1903. Apuna
3 is subject to lease to C. P. Iaukea,
trustee for Kaaua. Rent $40 per an
num ; expires June 27, 1903.
8. ISLAND OP MOKUOEO,
11 acres. Deed from S. M. Damon
and wife. Liber . Folio .
9. LAND AT AIEA,
Royal Patent 785, Royal Patent
2875, 1 37-100 acres, and Royal Patent
795, acre, 3 chains and 33-100. Deed
fiom J S McGrow and wife. Liber 79,
folio 291. 0-01 acre subject to lease
to J Humphreys. Rent $10 per an
num. E.xpiies Sept 1, 1899.
10. AIIUPUAA OP KAUIIIULA,
Roya) Patent 57J1, acrps. Deed
fiom Kalolo. Libur fJ8, folio 193. Sub
ject to leiibo to Hilo Sugar Company.
Rent $30 per annum. Expires June
11. AIIUPUAA OF KAIIAUALEA.
20,420 acies. Deed from Lumdilo
estate. Liber 73, folio 213.
13. LAND AT KAALEO,
Royal Patont 1003, 3 Apana, 3 48-100
acres. Deed from R 1J Ktiikahi. Liber
58, folio 271. Subject to leasu to Kimo
Kawaiohi. Rent $50 per annum. Ex
pires Feb 28, 1898.
14. LAND AT NUUANU, OAHU.
Royal Patont 4402, 98-100 acic.
15. LANDS AT PAWILI,
ISLAND Ol' LANAI.
Roval Patont 1929, 18 57-100 acres,
Royal Patent 1930, 29 70-100 acies
and 2 20100 acres, mid Royal Patent
1931, 18 30-100 acres. Total 8 83-100
acies. Deed from Kuinii (k) mid
Iveiinu (w). Liber 70, folio 418.
10. AIIUPUAA OF KIIIAPU
IIALA, HANA, MAUI,
Until! 3255, 20 1-10 acies. Deed from
ICiilmnii, July 20, 1880. Liber 04,
17. LAND AT KUALAPA,
300 acies. Deed fiom L. Iwiae, Oct
31, 1882. Libor 74, folio 407. Subject
to leai-o to M Kealohu. Rent $50 per
annum. Expires Nov 1, 1903.
18, IvANJ) AT OMAOPIO,
Grant 1908, 173 acres. Deed from
Kamaka, Mar 3, 1881, Liber 80, folio
214, Subject to lease to S M Kauukui
and J II Waipuihiui. Ronl $50 per
annum, Expires Feb 4, 1904,
19. J OF AIIUPUAA OF NUU,
Land Coinmibsion Award 0239, 12,140
acres. Deed from Hitukoki. Libor
59, fojio 89. Subjepf, to casD tq J 0
Plorus and others.
20. LAND AT WAIKLI,
Royal Patont 3214, Aimua 1, 12A
acres. Royal Patent 2804, 375-1000
wifUii i nniV immiu.i.T'1,
of an) ilcre, I'tcri froln Mahoe, Aug
21, 1880. iher tOO, folio 294. Sub
ject to leaso to O M P Kiiulu. Rout
$25 per annum. Expires Feb 4, 1901.
21. LAND AT PAKALA.
Royal Patent 1729 Apana 2, I 17-100
acres. Deed from D. W. Kcnwc. July
18th, 1878. Libur 55, folio 278.
22. LAND AT KELAWEA.
Royal Patent 1729,4 acres 31 perches,
and 4 acres 37 perches. Samu deed as
23. LAND AT WAIANAE.
1 acre, 2 roods, 21 perches. 2 Apanns.
Same deed as No. 21.
21. LAND AT PANAEWA.
Royal Patent 1727, 318-1000 of an
ucro, and Royal Patent 2741, 5 acres.
Deed from Kalola. Liber 58, folio 193.
Subject to leaso to Campbell and Isen
berg. Rent $00 per annum. Expires
Nov. 7. 1897.
25. LAND AT WAIOKAMEA.
Deed from Hanukoku. Liber 59,
20. LAND AT LAHAINA, MAUI.
Deed from John T and Robert II
Bilker. Libor 87, folio 270.
27. LAND AT LAHAINA, 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
puiiiui (w), Libor 39, lolio 405. Sub
ject to lease to J A Cummins. Rent
$10 per annum. Expires Pebruary 4,
29. LAND AT KAILUA,
Grant 2900, Apana 2, 5 75-100 acres.
Deed fiom Upumomona. Liber 01,
folio 100. Subject to lease to Chus
Hiiam. Rent $10 per annum. Ex
pires Juno 27, 1903.
30. LANDS AT KANEOHE AND
Deed from John Kalaauulii and others.
Liber 88, folio 245.
31. LANDS AT KAPAKA.
Royal Patent 0501, 2- Apana, 873-1000
acre and acre. Royal Patent 1442,
2 Apana, 0.20 acre and 0.50 acre.
Deed from S W Kuaiwa and wifo.
Liber 90, folio 490.
And if not sufficient to pay the
debts of said estate the following :
32. LAND AT KUKULUAEO,
KALIA, HONOLULU, OAHU.
Royal Patent 1990 2 Apana, 1 3-4
acres and 35-100 aero. Deed from
Kahoopuipui, Liber 39, folio 405.
33. LAND AT IWILHI, OAHU,
58 8-10 acres. Deed from Estate of J
II Coney. Liber 95, folio 424. Sub
ject to the following leases, viz. :
1. Lease to A F Cooke, $00 per
annum. Expires June 1, 1900.
2. Lease to H Ericksen, $25 per
annum. Expires March 1, 1891.
3. Lease to John Ena, $110 per an
num. Expires June 1, 1898.
4. Lease to John Ena, $50 per an
num. Expiics April 1, 1898.
34. LAND AT PAWAA,
22 45-100 acres moro or less. Deed
from 0 H Judd. Liber 101, folio
129. Subject to leai-e to E. C. Mac
furlane. Kent $430 per annum. Ex
pires February 4, .1901.
35. ILI OF WAIELI, WAIMALU,
L C A 8525 IJ, part 3,455 acies more
or less. Deed from Hoa C Ulukou
anil wifo. Liber 58, folio 128. Subject
to leaso to L MeCandlcss. Rent $50
per annum. Expiies Jauuaiy 1, 1890.
30. ILI OF KAPAAKEA,
Royal Patent 4499, 2 Apana, 31 1-2
acies and 4-10 acres, ami sea and
stream fishery of Wahaloa, 53 acies.
Deed from V C Parke, Administra
tor Estate of Kamtiiia. December 5,
1878. Libor 58, folio 1. Subject to
lease to Sing Choug.
37. LAND AT KALIIII, OAHU,
known as Kamauaiki, Royal Patent
3123, 455 acres. Deed from C P
Iaukea, October 31, 1887. Subject to
leaso to Manuel Ihtrratt. Rent $150
per annum. Expires November 1,
gjFVut further particulars inquiie
JAS. F. MORGAN,
(Signed.) G. TROUSSEAU.
Administrator with tho Will annexed
of tho Estato of 11 M Kalakauti,
deceased, 320 13t
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Railroad "Machine" in Politics.
B. P. Dilunoham, Esq., Alien Candi
date of the "Native Sons" 3rd
Previous engagements prevent my
acceptance of your invitation to bo
present at the Poituguese Club House
this evening, to hear your dii-eouruo
on the issues of the day. Hut your
invitation to bo at tho Aimory on
Siilimlay evening next, is accepted.
I infer that it includes an invitation
to adriiefs tho mooting, and shall ex
pect to do i-o, ut the clone of your uri-riiei-s.
You arc respectfully invited to bo
piesent at, and addns any and all
meetings called by me, of 3id District
C. V. ASIIFOKP,
Candidate of tho National Liberal
Party, 3id Distiict.
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