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Her Majesty thu Queen will boh' a
UcuBption ut lulnui I'ulneo 011 l-'UI-DAY
the 2iMi of Junmtty.
' fPlto Qui'ini will receive the lloo
kuptts of tho people fiom 7 o'clock to
8 o'clock 11. m.
At 7 n. m. The "Liliuokiiliiul"
A 1 7:15 11. in.-
At 7:1(0 a. in. Tliu "Sons of Ha
waii" Hiding Society.
Thu Order of the Otlleml Presenta
tion ut Court for that day will bo as
At 11 11. 111. Tho Chancellor of tin?
Kingdom, llor Majesty's Ministers,
the President of tho Legislative As
fcumbly and the Justices of-the Su
At 11:10 a. m. The Nobles and
lloprosentativesj of tho Legislative
Assembly and the Members of the
1'rivy Council of State.
At 11:20 a. 111. Government Oili
cials. At 11:10 a. hi. Captain A. Kautz
and the OlUccrs of the U. S. S. I'cnsa
cola. At 11:15 a. m. Tho Consular
At 11:55 a. in. The Diplomatic
Representatives accredited to tho
Court of Hawaii.
The ladies will be presented to I lie
Queen immediately after each official
Full dress to be worn at the olliciul
presentation. L'idies also in full
Atl:Ii0p m. The Hawaiian So
cieties will bo received: llvii Hoo
nauiiao Liliuokalaui, lloola and lloo
ulu Lahui (Makua), Hui Ilooulu Li
hui o Kaumalcupili, Ah.thui Upipio
Imipono Karisian.i, Hui Mimawalen
o 11a La Hope, Halo Niiu:i, Lei Manio.
Hui llolo Lio Liliuokalaui, Hui Holo
Lio Kalaiiianawlo, Hui Holo Lio Na
Oiwi o Hawaii, Hui Ilooulu L.uiu and
From 2 o'clock to .'t o'clock p. in
The Queen will hold a General lleeep
tion, on which occasion all ladies and
gentlemen desiring to pay their re
spects will be presented.
Travelers visiting this country who
are desirous ot being presented at tho
Guuurul I2uuoilioti will givo in their
. names, through the representative of
thoir own country or through borne
resident of this country who person
ally knows them and who has himself
been presented to tho Sovereign, to
tho Chamberlain's Ollieo two days be
foiehand. Ladies and gentlemen are not ex
pected to remain in the Throne Koom
after they have passed the Queen.
Morning diess to be worn at the
JAMES. V. HOUEKTSON,
Chamberlain of the Koyal Household.
Jolnni i'alaco, Jan. U, 181)2.
Sale of a Tract of Government
Land at Lahaina.
On WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27,
18'.)2, at 12 o'clock noon, at tho front
entrance of Aliiolaui Halo will bo sold
at Public Auction a tract of Govern
ment land at L.ih.iina, Maui, known
as "Mount Retreat," anil containing
an area of Ml acies' a little more or
Upset price $150.
C. N. SPENCER,
.Minister of the Interior.
Intoiior Oilice, Dec. 28, 1891.
All Hawaiian subjects are invited
to attend a Luau, to be given at lo
lani Palace on FRIDAY, tho 2!Hh of
January, at .') o'clock p. in.
JAMES W. ROUERTSON,
- Chamberlain of tho Roval Household,
lolani Palace, Jan. M, 1802,
Pltiltctl to neither Sect nor Party,
lint established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, JAN. 2(5, 1892.
"The Advertiser Ticket" seems to
have died prematurely. Probably
L-, the political doctor prescribed for it,
flrwtfnir Hint it u-milrln'l litri.lt' mnlni'.t
I ?"J -j-
, All who do not want 11 government
devoted ,o turning things upside
down generally should register and
vote only for the pledged opponents
of the so-called "Liberal" program.
Ka Leo claims support for the Na
tional Liberals on Hie ground of their
-having a platform "approved at
home and abroad." Jt's not the
platform but its supports which are
Some twoplo who wamIiI ntrt mm
how footi Uie country wn winnxml
to Utc UuHwl SUites talk ns If n
vlkover for the Liberals inluhl
luuti'ii Hint r-vont. . The truth, to
Judge from expressions of public
opinion in the Status, Is Hint while
the United Stales would willingly
continue to act as a frlenil nml In
formal guardian to little Hawaii, she
would lake a long time to ilceiile 011
adopting her as u child. It would
be a rnther mean mad to annexation,
anyhow, through n Wileox-Mnnpiea
A correspondent contradicts the
Advertiser's serious charge against the
Liberals of fraudulently registering
voters, llcfore the letter was re
ceived one of the registering aids of
Portuguese voters called at the
But.i.t'.TiN olllce to request a similar
contiadiction. He said that a few
voters were uncertain about their
district boundaries, and had conse
quently gone into the wrong register.
The mistake was early discovered
and all the names will come oil im
mediately. There was no intention
of fraud, according to this which
ought to be good authority, and
further it is alleged the mistaken
voters all wanted to vote for Mr.
Dillingham. No good can come of
the publication of bogus scandals,
as such stories arc likely to be picked
up abroad and their contradictions
The Advertiser is crying out for
the poor procrastinating public be
fore the p. p. p. is hurt. It com
plains that less than 900 persons
have registered as voters fcr Nobles
in the live Honolulu districts out of
a total qualified ot 1C00. As the
meetings are not much more than
half over, and many had to put off
registering last night owing to the
crowd waiting, this would not bo so
awfully bad if true. But the Adver
tiser has left out one of the most
populous precincts altogether, and
its figures arc not up to date in all
the others. For instance:, in the
second precinct of the fifth district,
there was a total registered for No
bles and Representatives, before
registration began last night, of 150.
The Advertiser reports only 110 in
that precinct. Still, every man who
is qualified should register whether
he now intends to vote or not. If
he does not register he may change
his mind and want to vote when he
NOTES ON THE NEWS.
There will be profound sympathy
felt throughout the world for the
British royal family, in the loss of
Prince Albert Victor, heir presump
tive to the thronc.-
Cardinal Manning, the great Catho
lic prelate, author, and social re
former, has died at a ripe old age.
His removal is that of one of the
most prominent and potent figures
of this century. lie will be sincere
ly regretted by many not of his
It is hard to believe that Chile will
be mad enough to provoke war with
the United Stales. Yet there is
enough in the news to make it no
surprise if next advices from the
Coast should be that the turbulent
republic had brought on itself the
The Retiring Sea controversy be
tween Great Britain and the United
States has recently taken on a very
favorable aspect. There is now
hardly any doubt that a very satis
factory court of arbitration will be
obtained to adjudicate on the long
vexed question. Thus another grand
example will be given to the rest of
the world by the two greatest nations,
of trying every amicable mode of
settling thoir disputes before resort
ing to extreme measures.
Commander Tanner of the U. S.
S. Albatross reports that three lines
were developed' for a cable route be
tween Honolulu and California, with
the hope of finding an easier grade,
but they wore all much alike. If
another line is decided to be re
quired, the Albitross will have to
put in two weeks at Mare Island for
repairs. Commander Tanner, how
ever, is In hopes Hint the central line
surveyed will fill the bill.
Speaking of the cable, it appeals
that C. C. Moreno is again dabbling
in the mutter. Our San Francisco
correspondent says: "Representative
McCreary of Kentucky has intro
duced C. C. Moreno's Pacific cable
bill. It provides for no subsidy.
McCreary, instigated by Moreno,
fought the uablc subsidy Inst Con
gress, and was instrumental in de
feating it. McCreary's bill is no
more than a charter to Moreno. The
latter ciaimu that the Hawaiian Gov
ernment lias given him a similar
charter and will aid him in his enter
prise." Perhujs Moreno lias u
otartor from tlic intending Uovwit
nwnl of Hawaii the OnMmi sit
notineml In ndrnnit1 by Mr. Wilrov.
They mn JiiRt Uip ones, nd the only
ono, uho would kIvp thu ruble
ulmrlcr to .Moreno.
(VIHirntlmi nf ll,i' I'ix'I'h .Vinilvri'-
witl'V t. Tliltl(, I'lnli
Last night the rooms of the Scot
tish Thistle Club were crowded with
members, visiting Scotchmen and a
few friends, to celebrate the 133d
anniversary of Hie birth of Unbelt
Hums. Mr. John Gilflllau 7ns called
by Chieftain Geo. L. Dall to preside,
in Hie absence of Chief Geoige
Sandenian. Some special additions
had been made to the wall decora
tions, which consist of pictures of
Scottish scenes and subjects. A
line portrait of Burns was over the
platform, with .the rampant lion Hag
of Scotland on one side and St.
Andrew's cross on the other. An
other portrait of the poet on one side
was draped with tartan. Mr. R. N.
Webster, who had presented the club
witli several pictures, loaned more
for this occasion. Mr. Gilfillan
directed the following program with
a nnstcr hand, winning a very cor
dial vote of thanks at the close:
llcmliiKccnccB of If urns
W. nml A. Eadie.
rhino Solo Scottish Airs
Song Alton Water
Recitation Tarn o' Shunter
Piano Solo Selection
C M. White
Song Mary of Argyle
Yt 111. 11. ISiUl'd.
.... Highland Keels and Strathpevs
V. and A. Eadie.
Reading Selection from Pollok
Song i- y Bonnie Mary
Piano and Flute Duet
Auld Robin Gray
O. II. White and George Dall.
Tin Whittle Selections
Song and Chorus
Bun-ill' o' the Door, O!
R. B. Scott.
Song Will ye no come buck again?
Solo by W. A. McKay; chorus by the
Auld Laug Sync.
Mr. Ilili prefaced his reading with
an address, in which he praised the
club, of which he is an honorary
member, for its invariably frank and
cordial sociability. He kept the
company applauding and laughing
half Hie time, while telling of experi
ences with Scotch folk in other coun
tries. Messrs. Charles Crcigliton
and J. N. S. Williams, guests, being
called upon in the course of the
evening, gave nuurcsses mat were
much appreciated. Mr. Creighton
displaced a huge fund of humor,
making his auditors' sides shake and
ache. Mr. T. Smith's piano playing
came in opportunely to fill a gap, and
it was so excellent that nearly every
body wanted to know the name of
the stranger. He is the first ollicer
of the bark Mauna Ala. Among a
few other extras was a song by Mr.
Scabright. There was no room for
doubt that both members and guests
thoroughly enjoyed this "evening
with Burns," as scarcely one left the
hall till the conclusion, which came
considerably beyond "ha'past ten."
Robert Wilcox, who has been a
prominent figure in Hawaiian politics
for some time, may not bo the very
highest authority on all subjects, but
when he speaks of the sentiment of
the foreigners who reside in the Ha
waiian kingdom on the question of
annexation he is unquestionably
He says: "Foreigners are not ad
vocating independent government for
us. They favor annexation to tho
United States in order to get the two
cent bounty on sugar." That is a
very complete statement in brief of
tho situation. The foreigner who
has a sugar plantation in the king
dom may be as patriotic as you
please, and may have the most in
tense admiration and esteem for his
native country, but when it comes to
the sovereignty of his adopted homo
he wants to he a part of a country
which will pay him two cents a pound
for his sugar, and'lliat country is, of
course, the United States and no
The provision for paying a bounty
on sugar extends to all sugar produc
ed within the United States, no matter
by whom, so in case of Hie annexa
tion of the H.iwuiiau Islands the
German or English or French plant
er would he just as well off as tho
American or native Hawaiian. For
this reason wo need expect no active
opposition to annexation from the
foreign element in that kingdom, If
lliey could live under the Hawaiian
Hag they certainly could under the
American, more especially with n
two cents per pound inducement of
All this has little to do with the
real question, which is whether we
want the Hawaiian Islands. Their
sugar is certainly valuable, and the
islands can bo madu to produce ex
cellent coffee ; but if we are to take
the islands only to put the sugar
raised by a lot of foreigners into di
rect competition with our domestic
sugar the question of annexation be
comes at least debatable, At any
rate there is no necessity for an im
mediate decision, We need not ac
cept, until wo arc asked. J"San Fran
THE WEEKLY "BULLETIN- -'8
I columns of liiteiectiug reading
matters. Mailed to foreign commies,
5 j Islands, 81.
PRETEND DEATH TO SEIIVfTttQE.
A ChtniiitiMii lltiriiNnlftMmMiiiiM'kAitrf
I.enVcM llm Win Id.
All Ltiut, n Chine c convict, was
found ailing in n oil at Oaliil I'riMin
at I :ln o'clock this mtlrniug. Ex
amination brought to light a bullet
in the lining of Hie dead man's cloth
ing next J.o the stomach. The bullet,
however, liad not cnteied the body.
Further examination discovered the
fact that the man had taken tome
poison, presumably self-adiuiuister-ed.
Ah Luin died in the Queen's
Hospital at 0:10 o'clock.
All Lum wns sentenced to two
years' imprisonment at haul labor
and pay 8200 fine yesterday, by
Chief .Justice Jtidd for assault with a
deadly weapon. lie (Ah Lum)
through his counsel made a motion
to withdraw his appeal, but the mo
tion was overiuled and the aforesaid
sentence was pronounced upon him.
Mr. Ilartwell, counsel for defend
ant, moved to re-opeu the plea on the
ground that it had been made by
advice of former counsel, who in
duced the defendant to believe that
if he pleaded guilty his sentence
would not exceed two mouths. Ah
Lum had tlittuteneil injury to himself
should a repeal of his sentence not
be granted. The Court, however,
took no stock in the argument or the
suicidal threat. His disappointment
probably upset tile prisoner's mind
and caused him to kill himself.
An inquest is being held this after
noon by Deputy Marshal Mehrteii.
Ah Lum was connected with the
New Model restaurant on Bethel
The P. C. Advertiser has ever had
the monopoly in printing brazen-faced
untruths. The two latest are that
Ashford and the Liberals tried to
capture last Saturday's meeting.
Again that the Liberals are working
to stuff Hie Third District with vot
ers borrowed from other districts.
On the first point anyone who saw
the solidity with which two-thirds of
the men piesent answered Ashford's
invitation to follow him outside, can
swear that it would have been just as
easy for Ashford to have made those
followers of his capture the meeting
if he had wanted them to do so. At
any rate the Liberals were numerous
enough to have uon-plussed the Re
formers and spoiled Air. Dillingham's
reading, but the Liberals arc for
equal rights and do not descend to
such low tactics. On the other point
it is a fact that several voters did
wrongfully register in the Third Dis
trict under the cliaperonage of Mr.
Dillingham's agents, hut the point
was early discovered and exposed
and complaint made to the proper
authorities, and wc threatened to
have the election annulled on that
ground. The guilty practice is being
"narrowly watched," and the Court
may have to decide in whose favor it
wus oturtcd, and tt may be found
that the supporters of Mr. Dilling
ham may have to wear the cap held
up by his own irrepressible "organ."
VoiT.u Tinni) Wahu.
HARD ON BLUE JACKET.
F.DlTOIt Bui.i.ktin :
One of the regulations of the
American navy is, that when men go
ashore on iiheity in any port there
shall he a ship's boat at the landing
up to 10 p. in. to take those men oil'
to the ship when their liberty expires.
Last Friday night I was with several
men belonging to the I'ensaeola whq
at ten minutes of ten o'clock were at
Hie landing plape in expectation of
finding the ship's boat. Unfortu
nately for the poor uninlluentinl blue
jackets, their gold-lneed superiors
had been there before them and had
taken the boat which of right should
have remained for Hie "liberty" men.
They, apparently, could not humble
themselves to conform with the regu
lations of their navy to wait for
the poor biue jackets that the
boat was sent ashore for. Conse
quently the men on returning to the
ship at their own expense got them
selves into trouble, and were punislied
accordingly. This is hard on the
sailor who dares not complain, lest he
might render himself an object of
petty spleen. A Citizkn.
WORTHY OF A TRIAL.
If you arc troubled with rheuma
tism or u lame back, bind on over
the seat of pain a piece of llnniiel
dampened with Chamberlain's I'aiu
Balm. You will be surprised at the
prompt relief it affords. 50 cent
bottles for sale by nil dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., atrents.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Steamer Australia, Captain II. C.
Iloudlette, sailed from San Francisco
January IS), at 2 p. in. with 53 saloon
and 20 steerage passengers, $75,200
treasure and 20 bags of mall, Ex
perienced remarkably (lite weather
throughout the voyage. Arrived Jan
uary 2Gtli at II :U0 a. m.
BY virtue of a Writ of Kxeeutioii
tailed out of the Police Com I on
the ii'.'d day of .hinuiiry, A. 1). 18!);!,
ng.dnst II. Aki, defendant, 111 favor of
.1 Nott, plaintiff, for the sum of 0U.7fl,
1 have levied upon and ndl expose for
s.do at the Police Station, in the District
of Honolulu, Miind of Oalui, at 12
o'clock noon, of TUKSDAY, the 21th
day of Kebiiitirv, ,. D. 1802, to tho
highest bidder, nil the light, title and
interna-or the Mdil II. AM, defendant,
in 11111I to the following property, iuiIcm.
said judgment, hileiest, costs and my
expends be piovlimly pild.
I.Ut of propel ty for sale:
PliiiiibrV nml Tinsmith's Tools
For parth'iiluiA hiuuini ut the Deputy
(.Signed) O. II. WILSON,
Honolulu, Jan, 2U, lwc.
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SPECIAL SALE OF
-X A. IP-A.TV HU W
PLANTS k FRUIT TREES
On WEDNESDAY, Jan. 7,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will sell at Public Auction at my Snli".
room, a collection of Plants and Ktult
Tries jim leeelved from Japan, consist
DWARF CHERRIES in BLOSSOM
Oranges & Pomelos.
FERN HOLDERS in Fantastic Shapes I
Such 11s Ships, Houses, Aneho-s, etc.
Magnolias, bamboo Plants,
Japanese Grapes, Camphor Trees.
l.ily & Iris Bulbs, etc., etc.
B On view Monday.
LI, WIS J. LEVEY,
AI OPPORTUNITY !
At the request of a
number of our patrons,
avo have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. W. Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and "Wa
ter Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for the past
two years and -we feel
confident that, by prac
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can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
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Satins. Plushes, Ribbons, Purses,
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THE H01111I of Jnspeelorn, 2nd Dis
trict, 2nd l'recinet, will hold two
adjourned nieotinH at Kauluwela
School Hoiico on Monday and Tuch
day evening, 25th and 20th hint., from
7 to U o'clock. II v order.
1127 .'It Cliainmin.
THE Hoard of IiihpeolorK, ltli DiR
trict, lut l'recinet, will hold .'I
adjourned meetings at China Engine
Houi-o on Monday, 2filh, Tuet-dav,
2!th, and WeiluoMluy, 27th, from 7 to
i) l'. m, Hy older.
1). II. SMITH,
'127 -U Chairman.
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at tlielr olllce on SATUUDAY, Jan. 30,
181U, at 10 o'clock A. m.
JAS. Or SI'KNOHK.
3-' At Secretary.
rMIK Maps and Docrlptluns of Landu
of His lutu Maicbty Kulukmiu to be
bold iitjuuctluu, ur now on view ut filor-
guiib auction room. am ti