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It has pleaded Hoi Majesty thu
Queen to appoint His Excellency
HON. J. MOTT SMITH,
to 1x3 llur Envoy Kxli.iordiiniry and
Minister I'letiinoleisliaiy ncai the
1'iesident of tin' United Status of
11 h.i8 pleased Hor Majesty tin1
CJueen to appoint His Exeelluney
HON. H. A. WlDEMAN'N,
to bo Commissioner ot Crown LuuN,
in tho place of His Excellency Hon.
J. Mott Smith, resigned. The 1) mrd
now consists of His Excellency Hon.
S. l'.irker, His Excellency Hon. H. A.
Wideimuin and Col. C. 1'. Iaukea,
with Col. C. V. Iaukea as agent.
It Ins pleaded Her Majesty the
Queen lo appoint
JOHN F. COLIJUHN, ESQ.,
as a member of the Uoaid of Health
in the place of Hon. John Ena, re
signed. The llo.ud now consists of
1). Dayton, l'icsident, His Excellency
lion. S. Tatker, .1. 0. Carter, Esq,
lion. J. T. W.itei house, Jr., and John
P. Colburn, Etq.
lolani Palace, Feb. G, 1802.
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Sale of Government Lots at
Makiki, Honolulu, Oahu.
On WEDNESDAY, February 17,
1SU2, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale will be
sold at public auction Thirty-six
(JIG) Lots at Makiki, Honolulu,
Oahu. varying in size lrom 1 7'J-100
to S-10 of an acre.
Upset price Varying fioni $2."0
to S.100 each Lot according to size
and location. The terms and condi
tion of sale will be cash or at the
option of the purchaser one-fourth
cash, and the remainder in equal in
stallments payable in one, two or
llnec years, with interest payable
semi-annually at the rate of 7 per
cent per annum.
The put chaser must within one
year fiom 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.
Royal 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 Oliice. Water mains have been
laid or shortly will be laid adjoining
all of the above lots.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oliice, Jan. 11, 1892.
Sale of Lease of the Govern
ment Land of Papaa, Kauai.
On WEDNESDAY, February 10,
1892, at 12 o'clock noon, at the
front cntiance of Aliiolani Hale will
be sold at public auction the Lease
of the Government Land of Papaa,
Kauai, containing an area of 2000
acres, a little more or less.
Term. Lease for 20 yeais.
Upset price. $100 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oliice, Jan. 11, 1892.
Sile of Le'ie of the Government Laod
ofPiha Hio H waii.
On WEDNESDAY, February 10,
1892, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale will be
sold at Public Auction, the Lease of
the Government Land of Pilia, 1 1 i lo,
Hawaii, containing an area of 12."0
acres, a little more or lebs.
Term : Lease for 20 years.
Upset price: 250 per annum,
payable bemi-annually in aihance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllco, Jan. 11, 1892.
Holdeis of water privileges, oi those
paying water nites, tuo hereby noti
fied that the houib foi using watei for
irrigation put poses are fiom (J lo 8
o'clock a. m., ami -1 to 0 o'clock i m,
until fiuthor notice.
Supt. Honolulu .iter Works.
0. N. Sl'ENOEJt,
Minister of the Interior.
It has pleased Her Majesty tho
Queen to appoint tho
HONOHAHLE HERMANN A.
'o ho Minister of Finauco, v'co Hon
.oiable John Mott Smith, resigned.
Jolani Palace, Jan. 28, 1892.
Pteiltcd to nnthcr Sect nor Puny,
fttit ftabliihtd for the brnrAt of all.
SATURDAY, KKIL G, 1802.
Chile has backed down, so that the
war cloud is dispelled. This news
has come by the schooner Transit,
which sailed three days later than
the steamer Australia. Unfortun
ately, Captain Jorgensen, or any of
his vessel's company, brought no
The Uumxtin meant no offense to
Mr. English in its mild ciiticism of
his article on the planetary conjunc
tion. This journal was asked by a
high scientific authority to take up
the matter, and not pretending to
astronomical erudition it took Pro
fessor Marcuso us its instructor. Mr.
Etmlish can hardly deny, however,
the evidences of huriicd composition
in his article for instance, where he
plainly gives the impression that the
moon would, in last night's conjunc
tion, be in the same relative proxim
ity to Jupiter and Venus as these to
each other. The words are, "the
three heavenly bodies which to-night
will seem almost to touch."
For convenience of identifica
tion the terras "Conservative" and
"Liberal" would satisfactorily de
scribe the two grand divisions in Ha
waiian politics to-day. "Radical"
is a more correct name for those who
call themselves Libeials, and may
fitly be used when speaking about
them. Yet let them be addressed
by the cognomen they have chosen
it will please them and not hurt the
true liberalism, which is a very rare
article in theii composition. True
Liberals in constitutional govern
ments are noted for facility in sacri
ficing power for principle. Qpr
variety will sacrifice principle for
lower every day in the year.
Amongst a good deal of criticism
heard on the Election Act is general
condemnation of the form of ballot.
It is no wonder if some people
marked their ballots in the left mar
gin, as the space was clearer there
than in the right. The names should
have been printed without more than
a hairsbreadth of margin on the left,
which would have given no opportu
nity of marking on that side while
making ample room on the right side.
Another improvement would have
been horizontal line3 separating the
names from each other, and vertical
ones to made squares for the X- The
ballots w ere exactly as they should
have been if to be used for an old
fashioned method of scratching off
names voted against and leaving on
those voted for. Theie Is a hamper
ing restriction as to the size of ballot
in the law, which serves no useful
purpose and is partly, accountable
for the poor ballot used on this
With the main conclusions of Mr.
Thurston's letter the Hum.utin con
curs, but to some of his premises it
would enter a demurrer. It was ex
actly the common cause of all the
conservative elements, which Mr.
Thurston ably describes, that induced
this journal to do its best to beat the
independent movement out of the
field. If offense was created between
members of the old Reform party
and the National Reformers, the
blame lies with the authors of the
bitter campaign sheets devoted to the
stiiiing up of opposition to the Na
tional Refoi m ticket. The Hui.lktin
has made no attack on the Reform
party as such. While its parting
shot at the Independent candidate
may not have been unanimously ap
proved, the returns show that its at
titude toward him before the election
was in the public interest. Had the
election been a close one, he would
have caused the election of three
Libeials. Hard knocks must be given
and taken in politics, and to prevent
disaster to the country it was noces
sary to beat the independent move
ment. Published opinions of Mr.
Thurston and others indicated that
the movement had no countenanoo
from the Reform party.
BITTER IN DEFEAT.
The Liberals arc not taking the
Wateiloo of their Noble ticket on this
island with good graco. On the eo ti
ll ary they are kicking like steers.
The war cry they laiso is that the
Nobles were elected by the alien
vote. Ileforc the election their most
distinguished orator, Mr, Aslifoul,
was shouting fierce invectives against
their opponents for threatcniig to
tob the aliens of the franchise. As
a matter of fact, tho constitutional
amendment to that end was passed
by last Legislature as a concession
to the native Hawaiian sentiment.
Mr. Ashford, us the alien champion
of Hawaiian rights, repudiated that
sentiment in his campaign speeches.
He at least cannot decently join in
tho present cry born of disappoint
ment over the fatal shortage of Lib
eral voles. The Liberals discredit
tho name thoy have assumed by their
unmanly disinclination to accept tho
popular verdict. There was no be
trayal of the Hawaiians m tho con
test. Their leaders put forth si
policy which' if carried into effect
would have endangered the material
interests of the country by which
both the native and the alien live.
No chances could have been taken in
such an emergency. Time will show
the Hawaiians that those the Liberal
leaders denounce as their enemies
are their best f i lends. As the baie
fact stands, moreover, the Noble
ticket that is elected is vastly more
representative of the native Hawai
ians than the ticket it defeated.
LET THE DEAD PAST DURY ITS
Em ron Hullktin:
Your attitude since the election is
a matter of icgtet to inp. Whatever
may bo said or thought of the wis
dom of the Independent movement,
there is, and can be, no doubt that
the Independent candidates acted
in all honesty and sincerity for
what they considered the best in
terests of the community. A major
ity of the noble voters differed in
opinion with them. This forms no
basis for impugning their motives.
Your personal detraction of inde
pendents before election, and more
particularly your attack upon Mr.
Waterbou'sc in yesterday's issue seem
to me unnecessary and uncalled for.
Tiey gained ypu ranks no votes be
fore election and make your no friends
Again, the National Reform party
may have been all that was virtuous,
ami accomplished only what was
good during the Legislature of 1890,
and the Reform party may at the
same time have been its opposite
in those respects. There is be
lieved to be a difference of
opinion upon that subject. If the
coming Legislature was to be divided
upon the same party lines, I could
understand the object in your refer
ences to the Reform party. A divis
ion on those lines will, however, give
the Reform party a majority of about
two to one over tke Nationals. There
will also be about twice as many Lib
erals as there arc Nationals.
If the object of the Nationals was
lo effect a combination with the Lib
erals, your course would be good pol
itics. As a fact, such is not the in
tention of the Nationals. The devel
opment of events has identified the
objects and interests of the Reform
ers and Nationals in such manner
lhat, regardless of what names may
lie used, there are now practically
but two political parties, viz: Those
who are in favor of internal polit
ical agitation and change And who
claim that this question takes prece
dence over all others; and, on the
other hand, those who are opposed
to this proposition, and maintain that
our financial and industrial diillcul
ties need attention before any politi
cal questions that are now before the
The political agitators' party is
under the guidance of unscrupulous
leadeis, who have not hesitated to
use force to accomplish their ends in
the past, and who constantly hint at
violence to achieve their ends iu the
future. They have a strong repre
sentation in the House, and a strong
local following outside of the House,
whose passions they never cease to
play upon by incendiary appeals to
Under these circumstances it be
hoovos tho friends of good order and
financial progress, to drop personal
bickerings and the differences of
yesterday, and, looking to the future,
work together for conservative pro
gress against the advocates of dis
order. All available influences which
can be brought to bear in this direc
tion will be needed, and it is to be
hoped that no unnecessary factional
differences may be created or resur
rected. LORKIK A. TimiCSTON.
February 5, 1892.
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS.
A pioposition at Hcdlauds tq iss,up
8100,000 in bonds to oaie for storm
water was earned by a vote of 7 to 1.
The Fresno Board of Supei visors
Iras appointed a committee to look
into the matter of the feasibility of
the scheme for building a ship canal
fiom Fresno to tide walor, following.
the course of the San Joaquin river,
The Hoard of Supervisors propose to
see what can really be done, as the
scheme has been much talked about.
Recently there arrived at Victoria,
I). C, 100 Japanese to work in the
Union coal mines at Comox, a similar
number of whites and Chinamen
having been alieady discharged.
Two hundred ie pxpeated on the
steamship Zaiubo3i's next trip, Te
labor interests arc beginning to take
vigorous action to prevent an over
whelming influx of Japanese laborers.
WORTHY OF A TRIAL.
If you are troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind on over
the scat of pain a piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
Halm. You will bo surprised at tho
prompt rcliof it affords. 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers, lien
son, Smith & Co., agents.
When you wuiiii u Portrait
Enlarged call on liinu Bros.,
get their piicu lint and noe
samples. They can't be beat.
ST. ANDltKW'S' (JA-rilKDHAI..
Fifth Sunday after Epiphatly.
Cathedral eciviccs: Holy commu
nion, 6:30 a.m.; morning prayer
and scunon, 1 1 a.m. ; evening prayer
(Hawaiian) and sermon, 3:30 p. m. ;
evening prayer and sermon at 7:30
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow wilt be as follows: morn
ing prayer with sermon at 9:15 a.
iu. ; Hoiy Communion with sermon
Introit, hymn 322. Kyrie, Men
delssohn iu G. Creed, monotone.
Hymn 323. Sanctus, Hrldgewater
in G. Gloria in Excetsis, old chant.
Nunc Dimtnittls, Beethoven in U tint.
G :30 p.m., evensong with sermon.
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittls to
double chants. Anthem "O how
amiable are thy dwellings" by West.
Hymns 304 and 23. Rev Alex.
Mackintosh, pastor. All are cordially
invited to these services.
To-moirow, Feb. 7th, the tlrst Sun
day of the month, an English ser
mon will be delivered at the Catholic
Cathedral of Honolulu, at the 7 a.
From tp-inorrpw to Noyembpr, tho
Benediction of the M. B. Sacrament
at the Catholic Cathedral of Hono
lulu will take place at 4:30 p. m.
intend of 4, on Sundays.
The Y. M. C. A. will conduct
evangelistic meetings in Bethel Hall
to night and Sunday night. Mcetr
ings begin 7: 1 3 p. m. Everybody
heartily welooiued. Seat3 free. No
collection. Come and enjoy the
Y. M. C. A. HAM..
Gospel praise service on Sunday
from G:30 to 7:15 p. m. Subject:
The Daily Walk. References : Eph.
5:1-21. Young men, seamen and
working men arc especially invited
Meeting open to all.
CKNTKAL UNION CI1UIICH.
Services at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p.
in. All are invited. Rev. E. G.
Beckwith, D. D., pastor.
Get your boots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wniluku
bbnemiiker, L. Tiieunies, on East
Hotel street. Fiibt-class work, low
There is a gentle
Dyspepsia, man at Malden-on-
the-Hudson, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
has written us a letter in which it
is evident that he has made up his
miiad concerning some things, and
this is what he says:
"I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly in my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves, the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
and I think you had
better get another bottle.' I am also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and alj rouble is removed."
Residence For Sale !
1 have been instructed by Mr. M. Ilyuinn
to dispose of lils
Fine Residence on King St.
A.L I'rlvilto faults.
VST Full paitiealars in legaul to price
anil terms can be had at my oliice. In
tending puiehusers wishing to inspect
the propel ty can do no on application to
3t01w ' JAS. F. M OKU AN.
J,W.W!Mi:il,KII.,IIIB. W. (I. MM Kit, MI)., 1)1)8,
WINTER & WINTER,
Ollleo Unlol st,, opp. y. M. C, A., atl:
joining the Honolulu TJbiaiy.
Branch Otllee, : : i iSOO Kearny tt., S. F.
4 J, Dental opeiatioiis slllfiilly per-
formed at San Fianulseo prices;
which are 30 pciccut cheaper than Hono
lulu price; ami if not ii9 (rood as thu
bust, Dentihtry in Honolulu no ehaigu
will be made. You need not K t Slli
Francisco for your Deutibtiy. Our gi eat
eduction In piieea the citizens Inive do
inuiiUed, and wo will bupply the demand.
WB IIAVB COHB TO KBJIAIS t
CQr" Call and get pi Ices and save your
money, Wc letiirn our thankH to tho
fitizeiis of Hawaii, Maui ami ICaual for
their liberal putiumigo and solicit a con
tni'anoo of tio same.
0'i'ur. HpiJits: 7 a. m. to 0 i m.
lull 27 ' '
WM. MILLER, CABINET MAKER
Having removed his business to tho
AltI.IM.iTOX III.OCK, JIOIKL. ST..
notifies his pationa and the pub
lic generally that lie has
iu stock and for sale
Muslral ItmiumiiiiiF, Curios, Canei,
Eto , made fioin native woods. Cabinet
Making and inlaid Woik of Kvery De
peijptlon executed In llrst-olas style.
iiy my i;rnlt);re pollti. tue Benin me worm,
l'artlcnlui attention pa 11 to fepalilug
ml satisfaction guaranteed, 321-lni
THE MUTUAL LIFE
JUOIIAUI) A. .UcUUUDY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members stneo its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOL' ARS,
Its New Distribution Policy 1b the most libcial over offorod by any Insurance Company.
I For full particulars apply to
'"9 General Agent forthe Ilnwaiian Inlands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
NOW (aOOllN .IllNt tO IIUllll.
Slack & Brownlow's Water Filters,
Scales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chains,
Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Miniature "Vistas" for mailing,
Auction Stiles by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Household Furniture !
On WEDNE I AY, Feb. 10,
AT 10 O CLOJK A. M..
At the residence of V. V. T.ove, Kniuii
street, aboe Emma "-'iiiiate, I will sell
at Public Auction
Trfe Entire Household Furniture
BLACK HAIR CLOTH SOFA,
Wieker Koekers i!c Chairs,
It W. Center Tables,
Oak Bedroom Sets,
Matirassos. Mosquito Nets,
B W. Extension Dining T.ibio,
B. W. Sideboaid,
Large Koa Book Case,
Hooks, Kitchen Stove & Utensils,
Lawn Mower, etc., etc.,
Anil a fine collection of
Ft V. It IS l-'IS l-fclN 5.
JAS. P. MOltGAN,
On TUESDAY, Feb. lGlh,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31..
I will hell at l'ublic Auction at the
Iron Warehouse of G. V. Macf.irlane
& Co., Queen btieet, the following
Distrained for non-.iyuHnl of lent,
fiom the picinibcs ol the Union lion
1 l()-mcb Lalbe with chuck, gear
wheels beltn, wienche, e.tnil,v ieM,
fall plate, holder, (inning and boi
1 Emoiv Win el with counteisb.ift,
pulleys, hiiugcifc, bulling, bhiftu lod
1 Brans Woiker's Lillm with chuck,
blidc itsi, counlei sh.ifl.s and pul
lt'yt", lungeif., belling, turning and
boring tools two dogs (.bitter lod,
wroi(sien, atie centre, lay bere,wt.
and hiatm luioi,
1 10 inch Lathe with countoiidi.ift am'
pulleys haiigeih, chuck, faceplate,
wi ouches study rem , bockot wi ench,
tool, post, gear wheclb, shifter lod
Id-inch Lathe with counter nhift,
study iebt, ge.ir wheels and wrench
es. 1 J)i ill Pics8 with b.iMMiluti', counter
Hb.ift with pulley, bhiftcr Kid, bell
ing, conn, hbafi, pulley and fiaino,
bed plate, handle and haligcis
1 IS-ineli Lathe wit Ii chuck and
blidu rest, two tail piices two
clamps with bolts, belting, wienches
gear wheels bevel pinionhangers
tool pobt, counter tiaft with conn
and pulleys, study iebt, chuck, slidu
iot, boring and turning tools two
lathe centieH, oiiu pipe cunlio, 0110
rest for cutting bhafU.
1 Milling Mucliino with two han
gers belting, shifter lod, counter
bhaft and pulley, wrenches oil
boxes B(''"' head,
1 Simper with two tables bed plate,
couuterbhaft and pulloy, tlueo
lniiigcib, two bliiftiug tods belting,
one ceutial, ono rod, one gear
wheel, tools four bed plates
1 Grinding Machine with eouutei
sbaft, banger ami pullityb, belting.
2 Cubes Tool.
gjOAW above aro complete and in
JAS. P. MOHGAN,
Kiiitf Htreel. Honolulu.
Excellent accommodation for patients.
DIJ. A. R. HO WAT, V. S.
Oliice Houis 7:30 to 10 u. in.; 12;30
to 2 p. in.; 1:30 tot) p. in,
Ti!i.Ei-uoNi'.3; licit UU, Mutual 183.
l. O, Uox320. ItMi
PACIFIC HARDWIRE CO., L'd.,
Nw Goods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OP THE BEST QUALITY.
(From 1 Gallon to SOO Gallons).
We are the. only Authorizou Agents for this ailiclo, nikl aro
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HAliDWAKB CO., L'd.
N. S. SACHS, ' '
J 04 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
The Popular Millinery. House,
CO DlliMn.J P.
uuiiucid ci uciiaim ndiuwdici
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOQDS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General lerclianfliSu,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REfvf.NqrON
SING LOY & CO.,
53 KING STREET.
Have re-opened in their New Building,
where they will keep constantly In
block at thu lowest pilei-8, a
huge afesoi Imenl of
Dry Goods, Clnucse Silks,
Satins. Plushes, Ribbons, Purses,
Laces, Embrold'irlos, Etc., Etc.
3LM 1 in
SOME niiilioioiiB peixins having cir
culated a minor that weaiogoiug
out of businebs, wo tuko plc.iHtuoin
announcing to the public in geneial
and lo tho trade in pattiuul.ir, that it
is our intention to carry on our busi
ness iu tho futuie to tho full extent
as jt has boon' heretofore during tho
lust 2j) years. Anil frpin to e uccess
wo luivo inailu in our bijsjue&s wo feel
as ured tiat wo will stay aj)ot))er 2fj
years. To bo poivincpi plein-o call
iiud examine our stock anil you will
find it in opr line tho largest and bc&t
assorted in thu Hawaiian Jblands.
!1351ni HYMAN HKOS.
A Fine Weber Piano For Sale!
T HAVE for sale a FhioSmime Weber
j. naiio, a snieuuiu
JAS. P, MOKGAN,
Late Arrivals !
Pnn n Unrl.a...A
AN OPPORTUNITY !
At the request of a
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
airtjgt, Mi:, "W, JtQW,
ns a practical Ijjstniotoi'
in Oil Painting and "Va
tor Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for tho past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
wj)at he waits tq ln'iqyy
j) q matter, of handljng
colors, etp., wjtjiout tlo
tiresome ooui'sp usually
adopted by instructors,
For further particulars