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p;- BY AUTHORITY.
l'oi iiiitsoinii is hi'iuhy j-innlcil to tho
Oliincfcu losidonlM of Honolulu mid
suburbs to kt oil' lire crackers on the
dnys, iind during the hours specified
below for tho celebration of tliuir Now
Vein's l)ny, to wit :
From Thurcdny, .Inn. 28, nt 2 i. in.,
till Friday, Jim. 21), at 10 p. in. On
Saturday, Jim. Ii0, fiom 0 si. in. to 10
p. in. On Monday, Feb. 1, from 0 a.
m. to 10 p. in.
No lire crackers to bo let oH'iii any
street or except in private yards, and
then only in boxes or other suitable
containers to prevent the possibility
No bombs will bo allowed to be used
within the Firo Limits of tho city.
District and Police Justice of Hono
lulu. Approved :
Ohas. 11. Wilson,
Marshal of the Kingdom.
Honolulu, Jan. 27, 1S92. :130 fit
MAitBiiAii'8 Omen, )
Honolulu, 11 . 1., Jan. 28, 1892. J
All Special Commissions issued
from this Department bearing date
prior to April 1, 1SD1, jio heieby can
celled, and the holders are requested
to return them immediately to this
otlice. . C1IAS. B.WILSON,
Marshal of tho Kingdom.
W. Austin Whitino,
W. K. K. Muikai, Km., has this day
beon appointed an Agent to Grant
jIaii'iiige Licenses for the District of
jWukawao, Island of Maui.
C. N. SPENCER,
Milliliter of Interior.
Intel ior Office, Jan. 2S, lS'Jl.
J no. S. Smithies, Esq., has this day
been appointed an Agent to Grant
Marriage Licenses for the District of
Noilh Koh.ila, Island of Hawaii.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, Jan. 28, 1801.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit oi all.
FRIDAY, JAN. 29, 1892.
Mr. Watcrhouse must have been
struck with a chill not caused by the
damp weather last night, when the
call of the Independent candidates
only rallied about forty, including a
baker's dozen of candidates, while
straight politics had crowded houses.
This being a public holiday politics
may well be given a kind of truce
except in the news department. It
may not be inappropriate, however,
to remark that, if you wisli your holi
days to be happy, you should vole
the National Reform ticket straight
The condition of the streets after
rain such as fell on the eve and
morning of Accession Day is such as
might appal candidates for the road
hoard. There is certainly some
things lacking in our street grading
and building, when vakt pools of wa
ter and miles of mire ate created by
every considerable precipitation of
moisture. Candidates who have no
delinite ideas about improving this
state of things should do themselves
a .id the community the justice of
Tho 1Jui.u;tin would congratulate
Her Majesty on the conclusion of the
first year of her reign. Jt has been
a year of peace and moderate pros
perity. Political feeling has only found
constitutional vents. May it ever bo
thus in Queen Liliuokalani's reign.
To this cud it is well not to heavily
weight tho safety valves. Tho emis
sion of 8uperlluous partisan steam in
a general election may make a good
deal of noise, yet not bo an unmixed
evil in relieving undue pressure in
the national boiler3. We wish Her
Majesty many happy returns of the
W0I1THY OF A TRIAL.
If yon are troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame buck, hind on over
the scat of pain a piece of flannel
dampened witii Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. You will be surprised at the
prompt relief it affords. 00 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Hen
son, Smith & Co.. audits.
Plcturo Frames mado to
orilflr from latent ntylen of
mouldings. Innovation of
old pictures a specialty.
--Sj . NVtfc.-
Gives Notice and Reasons at
the Independents' Meeting.
Small V I mi1.m ltoiul
JLtoiivd in SjVimt.
Forty or llfly people, about a
fourth of them Portuguei-p, had as
sembled at the Gymnasium, Rere
tania street, in response to the call
of tho Independent candidates.
Hon. Antone Rosa by request took
the chair, and asked those who called
the meeting to direct the proceed
ings. Mr. J. Emiiiclutli came forward
and began at once to give the his
tory of the failure of the central
committee of the Reform party to
call the party together. Those who
desired organization were put off
f i om lime to time with "by and
bye," and the rtsult was unsatisfac
toiy to most right-thinking mem
bers of the party. There was no
thing that the party need be ashamed
of. They considered that when the
party failed to come together as a
whole, it should have had some re
presentation on the Mechanics' Union
ticket. In Litis they were disap
pointed and then an effort was made
to get up an independent ticket.
They had gone far enough in this to
show Mr. Lorriu Thurston and those
who agreed witli him that they still
believed in the principles of the Re
form party. Ho had been encourag
ed by many steadfast men in joining
the Independent ticket. A noon
that day he had become convinced
that the" persistence of the Independ
ent ticket in the campaign would be
to risk the election of the Wijcox
ticket. Mr. Neumann was approach
ed to see if he would retire as a con
cession to the Reform party, but he
had informed them that matters had
proceeded too far for him to with
draw. Therefore the speaker decided
to draw out, and he hoped that Mr.
Kaaukai would do likewise. In that
case the Independent voters ought
to concentrate their votes as much
as possible against Mr. Neumann,
lie thought the best they could do
was to vole straight for Watcrhouse,
Cummins and Williams. In retiring
he wished to thank the friends who
had stood by him and to the Adver
tiser for its kind expressions. (Ap
Calls for Mr. II. Watcrhouse, who
had been present, elicited the state
ment that he had gone away.
Mr. John F, Cplburn, independ
ent candidate for the road board,
briefly solicited the votes of the peo
ple. It would not be right to put
two employees of one firm on the
board, as that would make matters
as unsatisfactory as before. The
object of the board was to have the
road money properly expended.
Whoever they elected It should not
be Ross Bowler, who should be elect
ed to stay at home, liowler had got
his share and others should have a
Mr. Robert Lishman delivered the
following address: Mr. Chairman
and fellow-citizens: I appear before
you this evening as a candidate for
the road board, and if you elect rae
1 feel confident that I can provide
you good roads. We ought to have
good roads in this district, as we
have the very best of material for
road making within easy reach of the
main streets of Honolulu. The road
board is one of the most important
parts of the government, having the
life, safety and comfort of their fel
low citizens in their hands, to say
nothing of tile very large amount of
the people's money to spend. I ask
you to be careful in the men you
elect, and to whom you entrust the
expenditure of your money. I feel
safe in saying that if you elect John
Phillips, James F. Morgan and
Robert Lishman yon will have the
very best streets ; your money will
lie honestly spent. What arc your
reads now? In summer you are
blinded and smothered with dust so
thick that it resembles a sand storm
in the desert. In winter you wade
around ankle deep in mud and
slush, like walking in a now plowed
field after a thunder storm, and why
is this? Because your present road
makers in dry weather put carl load
after cart load of Punchbowl dirt and
red Ewa dust upon the streets. After
the first showor, they scrape it off
and cart it away in the form of mud,
only to replaco it again the first dry
day. Gentlemen, think how much
time and money is thus uselessly
wasted which eould be put to better
advantage. Our roads should be
made of clean lava rock properly
prepared, and once laid down, not
constant scraping would be required.
But neither our present Road Super
visor nor his boss, the Minister of the
Interior, knows anything about road
making. Look at the Esplanade to
day. It is a disgrace which cries
out against the gross incompetency
of the road authorities. To-day,
afler our late rains, the Esplanade,
where not knee deep in mud, is one
great inland lake where the small
boys amuse themselves by sailing
about on rafts made of planks. This
placn should be one of the first to bo
fixed ; it should bo properly drained
and graded so that the merchants
can get to their warehouses without
the need of a row-boat j that dray
men be not placed in danger of
drowning their horses, and when the
dock laborer can work without being
waist deep iu water or mud during
the long hours of his daily toil. The
quantity of stagnant water on the
Esplanade is a serious menace to
the public health and should receive
the attention of the Board of Health,
Beretauia street should be completed
! . "" "-
.z V-' " . &mamxxzmti -mov.
at Oticd anil libt fUjo'Nvtiu4 to drag along
nt snail's paco as it is now. It is a
wonder to me that the luna of Bcrc
tanin street and all his gang have
not died from laziness long before
this. All lumber and material re
quiicd for use upon ihc loads should
bo bought after pioper tenders have
been ordered ; if this cannot be done,
then no one firm should have it all,
but the patronage should be evenly
distributed among all merchants dral
ing iu the articles required. If 1 am
elected 1 shall see that no Chinese or
Japanese are employed by the Road
Hoard, and that all labor shall be
done by Hawaiians, Portuguese, or
other nationalities but no Asiatics.
The place for the Asiatic is in the
plantation fields, and not upon the
roads to toko the food out of tho
mouths of the wives and children of
our Hawaiian and Portuguese fellow
citizens. My motto will be fair
wages and no grinding of the laborer
down to Asiatic prices. The laborer
is worthy of his hire; so let him uavo
just wages, that he may bring up his
family decently, so that the children
will fill the parents' places in the
future. Every da)' we see hundreds,
yes, thousands of dollars of tho peo
ple's hard earned money squandered
through gross negligence. But, gen
tlemen, this will be remedied if you
elect Phillips, Morgan and Lishman.
While on the street to-day I was
asked by a friend "if I was aware
that there were three Sams running
against me for the Road Board?" I
told my friend 1 was only aware of
two ; ho told me if tho two Sams got
in who had their names on the list,
the third Sam would have all the
management of the roads ; I tumbled
to who the third Sam was and left.
I am aware there has been some of
the candidates on other tickets who
have asked you to strike off some of
my colleagues' names and put tliein
on my ticket. They tell you they
want mo to go in, as am a practical
man. 1 tell you, gentlemen, they
don't care anything about me, if
they can only get there themselves.
1 ask you, gentlemen, to vote for J.
Phillips, James F. Morgan and Lish
man. Mr. II. von Holt said he was not
suppoiling an Independent ticket for
Nobles. The only independent ticket
he would support was his own. "The
Lone Independent" lone because
he expected to bo one of three suc
cessful paudidates and not one of a
large number of unsuccessful ones.
All the road board candidates wanted
good roads, economical expenditure
and equal privileges for all. '(lis ideas
coincided with Mr. Lishman's re
marks, and if elected ho would try
to carry out the ideas to the best of
his ability. Ho thought it only right
that the public at large should know
what the candidates of the Liberal
party were telling the natives. Mr.
Fernandez told them that being well
known to the wealthy business men
of Honolulu, he had promises from
them, that if ever the roatl board
funds ran short they, the merchants,
would advance any sums necessary.
(Laughter.) That was a valuable
man to have on the board. The two
Sams had been to their employer and
asked his permission to run when
they say this is the answer Sam
Allen gave: "If the voice of the na
tion calls you to act, I cannot very
well refuse, and if you are elected I
will not interfere with your duties,
and will assist you all I can." Sam
Allen says that, gentlemen. With
three such men in the field so well.,
supported, it might seem impudence
on the speaker's part to run against
them, but he was in the field to break
up such a combination and intended
to light it out. A careful canvass
amongst the strong Hawaiian districts
had convinced l.im of his strength
with them, and if he could depend
upon a suppoit from the white voters
he felt sure of at least breaking up
the other solid ticket (for there was
no doubt. in his mind that the natives
as a whole would vote that ticket
almost straight), and probably com
ing in third with S. C. Dwight at the
head of t)ie pole. Therefore lie
asked the white voters not to forget
him on election day but cast their
ballot with his name having a cross
against it, and not to throw away their
voles upon those who had no show of
Mr. Jas. F. Morgan didn't know
what they wanted lilui to talk about.
Road boards? Well, all he could
sa' about road boards was to men
tion the three names Phillips, Mor
gan and Lishman. They relied chiefly
on Mr. Lishman's ability and exper
ience for the practical work of the
board, but the speaker would see
that tho accounts were all straight,
lie was not aware previously of any
personal advantage in getting on the
road board, but since the remark of
Mr. Co I burn just then he began to
think it would be a good thing to be
a member of the board.
Tho meeting adjourned at 8:2fj.
A. F. & A.
rpiIUKK will hu a special meeting of
X Lodge lo Progios de l'Oee.mie, No.
134, A. P. A. M THIS (Friday)
KVUNINO, for eonferiiiig the Thud )e
giee. Alembciftof Iliiwiiliau Lodge mil)
Moioiiriiing bicthruu luspcctfiilly Invited.
Per order. SAM'L NOWIJ3IN,
8:12 11 Secretary,
nPHE Steamer "Khiaii"
X will Kail from Hono
lulu for her usual ports on
MONDAY. Feb. list, at o'clock i M.
WH.DKH'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 2, "l8'J2. 832 2t
MISS N. von GERICHTEN,
IPianist; 3c Soloit
Teaches tho Higher and Lower Hudi
iihmiU of MupIc. For further Informa
tion IiKjuire at Hawaiian News Co.'s
Store, or cull Mutual Telephone C(tf.
tfor two years I suffered terribly
with stomach trouble, and was for
all that time under treatment by a
physician. He finally, after trying
everything, said stomach was about
worn out, and that I would have to
cease eating solid food for a time at
least. I was so weak that I could
not work. Finally on the recom
mendation of a friend who had used
A worn-out with beneficial re
sults, I procured a
Stomach. bottle of August
Flower, and com
menced using it. It seemed to do
nie good at once. I gained iu
strength and flesh rapidly ; my ap
petite became good, and I suffered
no bad effects from what I ate. I
feel now likp a new man, and con
sider that August Flower has en
tirely cured me of Dyspepsia in its
worst form. James IJ. Dbdkrick,
Saugerties, New York.
W. J3. Utsey, St. George's, S. C,
writes: I have used your August
Flower for Dyspepsia and find it an
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Household Furniture !
On SATURDAY, Jan. 30th,
,VT IU U'ULUCK X
At the residence of Mr. M
"Chrlstlcy Plnce," Fort
street, I will
sell at Public Auction, the
Jloqiiito Nuts, Chairs, Tiibles,
Crockery, Meat Safe,
Stove & Kltehcu Utensils, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
TO-MORROW, Jan 30th
AT I Si O'CLOCK (MI,
At the Store of II. Hackfcld & Co.,
Queen street, I will sell at Public Auc
tion for account of whom it may concern :
BAGS & CEMENT !
H. H. & CO.
No. 1- 2Q Bales BAGS.
P, in diamond.
52 Bbls. WHITE BItOS. CEMENT.
W, in diamond.
09 Bbls. WHITE BROS. CEMENT.
Damaged by salt water on voyage of
Importation per German bark "Paul
Isenbcrg," from Liverpool.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin. '
JAS. F. JiOKG
On SATURDAY, Jim. 30thf
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, for account of
whom it may concern:
T. H. D.
1243-1 Case Hats, 4 Doz,
Damaged by snlt water on voyage of
llipoi-iiitoii per "S. S. Australia" irom
JAS. P. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
On SATURDAY, Fob Glh,
AT 1 OJCI.OOK NOOV,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
bell at Pnbflo Auction,
A Desirable Residence
On Young Stieot, at rear i)f resi
dence of Hon. S, Pnikur.
The Lot has a fionfago of fjOfeetoi)
Young fetreot uiul s 140 feet deep. There
New Dwelling House
On the Lot containing Parlor, 3 Hetf
ronms, Dining-room, Pantry. Kitchen,
eto. Tuu grounds tiro nicely planted
with Flowers and Shade Tieos. Water
laid on throughout,
tr For fui tlier particulars apply to
JAS. F. MOJtGAN,
For Mouldings, Frames,
Pastels, Allotypes, Photo
gravures, Etchings and
everything in tho line of
pictures, go to King Bros,,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
mC'llAltU A. IflcUlllJCDY,
Issues Every Desirable Form
1 m - -
It has paid its moinbors sinco its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
Its New Distribution l'oliey -is the most liberal ever offered by
JST" For full particulars apply lo
AI OPPORTUNITY !
At the request of a
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. "W. Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and "Wa
ter Coloring1, free of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
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.
For further particulars
BY yh'tiie of a Wilt of Exreiitlou
1 Issued out of the Police Court on
tho 22d day of .January, A. 1). 1S02,
against II. Aki, defendant, in favor of
.1 Nott, plaintiff, for the sum of r0.75,
I have levied upon and s-hall cxposu for
sale at the Police Station, in the Dibtriet
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12
o'clock noon, of WEDNESDAY, the
24th day of Febiunry, A. D. 1802. to the
highest bidder, sill'tho right, title and
interest of the said II. Aki, defendant,
hi and to the following property, unless
said judgment, interest, costs aud my
expenses be previously piid.
List of property for sale:
Plumber's and Tinsmith's Tools
For particulars inquire at the Deputy
(Signed) C 1$. WILSON,
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 8f'2.
j. : wiNTHu.su., j)is. v. a. wjfti i:h, jii., nut.
WINTER & WINTER,
Olllce Hotel st., opp. Y. M. O. A., ad
joining the Honolulu Library.
Branch Otlice, : : : 20G Kearny St., S. F.
LL Dental operations skilfully per-
' formed at Si'n Francisco prices;
vhio)i are 80 percent I'heapei than Hono
lulu price; and if not as good as the
best Dentistry in Honolulu no clinrgc
will be made. You need not go to San
Francisco for your Dentistry. Ourgieat
reduction in prices the citizen'! have de
manded, and wo will f-upply the demand
wi: iiAVis roiiK to hi;.ii,ii . !
HOT Call and get pi ices and save your
money. We icturii our thanks 'to the
citi.ens of Hawaii, M:mi aud Kauai for
their liboi al patronage and solicit a cun
tinuauee of the same.
Okiuck Homes: 7 a. m.
to 8 i. m.
MRS. FLORENCE WILLIAMS
'Patriots,' 'Hnrofs' & 'Saints.'
SATURDAY, Jan. IJOth.
TUESDAY, Feb, 2nd.
FKIDAY, Feb. fith.
Ar 7:JJO L. M. ,
Courso Ticket 82.50
Single Admission $1 00
ONE Cottage to et on
'Punchbowl street. Kn-
13 iS'iiimnii st. shoe store.
SUITE of Furnished
Rooms wllli bathroom
attached and conveniently
Apply at this ollee,
II OUHE of 0 rooms, kitchen
I anil bathroom, within
four minutes' walk of the
Piiht Ollico. Rent Sao a mouth. Apply
at this olllce. H2ti tf
MeHsrs. King BroH. ar
PhowiiiK u lino lino of Liiini
Imo and otliw style Parlor
EusoIh, Wall UrackotH and
Window Cornices at jirlcoH
to meet the times.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Goods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE- BEST QUALITY.
(From 1 Gallon to SOO Gallons).
665" We are, the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HAKDWAEE CO., L'd.
Dress Goods I
A FULL ASSORTMENT
;m . ftcii'
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
Latest Designs in Strpi ana Mali Dress Goods,
All Woo! Gam lette in all Shades,
A FULL LINE OF COLORS IN
Figured Chulles & Silk Striped Ohailles.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy Striped Flannels & Flannelettes.
COME AND SEE OUR
STRIPED & PLAID WORSTED COMBINATION SUITS. TRICOT &
FINE CLOTHS FOR RIDING HABIT.
8 If you are in search of Dress Materials come and examine our
immense assortment before making your purchases elsewhere.
BENSON, SMITH &CO
li;t-115 Fort Street, Honolulu, II. J,
ARE XOW TUB
New and Fresh Lot Just Received from the
STYLES OF ARCIIITECTURKS:
Kastliiko, Queen Anno, KenaUaiiee, Gothic, Italian, Ulnssie, Nqrinuu,
IN STONE, BRICK, IRON OR WOOD.
Besl Modern Designs In Residence! Cheap Artistic Cottages a Specialty I
Complete plans and spcellleutloiis given; also superintendence of construction.
W 01 FICE-Chilton Block, cor, Kinjj & Fort. Entrance on Fort St.
OF NEW YORK,
of Policy !
FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLI ARS.
any Insurance Company.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Late Arrivals I
Dress Goods !
CAN BE FOUND AT
85 Cents a Bottle,
(50 Cents a Bottlo,
$1.00 per Dozen,
7.00 Q' Dozen.