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John 1j. Knuluhnu, Kmj , hits this
iluy been appointed Notiuy Public for
tlio First Judicial Ghcuitof tho King
dom, c. n. spnxonu,
Minister of the Intoiior.
lntorior Oili-o, Feb. 10, 1802.
In accordance with Station 1 Chap
ter XXXV of the Session l.nws of
1888, I luue this day set apart an en
ulosuiu foi the impounding of es-tiayt,
in Waianni', O.ihu, on a piece of laml
bounded h follows:
North Hy Waianao Co.'s St utiles.
South By Kuleaua Kuialiilii no
East By Go eminent lloiul.
West By 1'ahoa Apumi '$.
In nccoi dance with Section 2 of
Oliaplci XXXV of the Session Laws
of 1888, 1 hae this day appointed
3Ur. II. 1). .lulnifcon Pound Master to
tho idioo Pound in Waiunae, O.thu.
C. X. SPENCEU,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oiliee, Feb. 10, 1SU2.
Will be iecoied at the Ofl'ieo of the
iWinistor of the Interior until FHI
UA.Y, the 12th day of Ftbiuaiy, at 12
o'clock noon, for the Printing and
Binding the License Forms of the
Depigment foi tho coming biennial
Schedule of forms and specimens
can be seen upon application to the
Interior Oiliee. The dolieiy of s.ud
Licence Foi ins must be made on oi
before Mm ill It'illi pro.
All lemleis must be endorsed "Ten
don? foi li lilting License Fonns."
The Miimtei of the Interim does
not bind himself to accept the lowest
oi anv bid.
iWimstei of the Interior.
Interior Oiliee, Feb. 8, 1892.
Honolulu, 11. 1., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holdeite of w.itei prisileges, or those
paying water rates, are heieby noti
fied that tho hours for using water foi
iirig.ition pin poses are from G to 8
o'clock . m., iiud 't to 0 o'clock p. M.
until furthei notice.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
C. N. SiKNCi:u,
Minister of the Interior.
Plrdired to neither Sect nor Party,
(hit eilabhslict! for the benefit of all
THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1892.
Ka Leo says: "The great need of
the people of this country is capital."
Lord Duffcrin's salary as British
Ambassador in Paris is 15,000 a
year. (This item is given to lecon
cile the Liberal le.ulers of Hawaii to
tlieii missing the prize of So, 000 a
The Advertiser does the working
men of this counliy a great injustice
w hen in elfcct it represents them as
increasingly disposed to introduce
the modern war-of Labor against
Capital. There is probably no com
munity in the world where more
amicable relations subsist between
employers and employed, properly
excepting the subdivision of contract
plantation Held labor. The opposi
tion to uncontrolled Asiatic immigra
tion has not been active any more
in the interest of a class than in that
of the whole nation. It is an opposi
tion in which thoughtful and candid
capitalists here have always con
curred. Had this opposition ever
have become extinct, Honolulu would
speedily have become a Chinese
colony, rimmed with a few wealthy
white residents dwelling under for
When the steamer left Samoa, a
public meeting iwis about to be held
at Apia, "for tho purpose of select
ing a committee to form a council for
the coiiBidciation of the Ueueial Act
on Sainoan affaiis, and suggest what
alterations in the tieaty may seem
desirable and submit the same to a
future meeting of the public for en.
dorsement." Tho Samoa Tunes says :
"This is a step in the right ditection,
nnd if carried out without any display
of party feeling may result in great
advantage not only to the citizens of
Apia, but iilso to the .'oveinment of
the islands," Jt seems that the Ber
lin Conference provided for an ofllcial
to give advice to the King nnd his
counscllois, but left legislation to bo
conducted In tho primitive fashion by
the King nnd rcpicsentatixe natives.
The Times says "tho King and chiefs
of the islands ncknow ledge their ina
bility to frame law or Regulations
suitable to their existing relations
with the outside world." Speaking
for tho foreign residents the Times
says: "Wo have no desire to in
fringe on the privileges of tho Sa
moau people to deal with their own
affairs, but in the training of laws
ami ordinances for Samoa the foreign
residents have some interest and
should be considered. We maintain
that a much more simple andefllulont
legislative system should be adopt
ed." Witli steam communication
fiom north and south with the outside
woild, it is time that Samoa should
have a government on a modern plan.
IN MR. ASHFORD'S DEFENSE.
For a splenetic admixture of un
adulterated balderdash, vindictive
ness and gall, commend lis to an
article in the Buu.ktin of Feb. 2,
signed "Diogenes." There is one
thing that the dullest reader will
compieliend while reading the letter
of ."Diogenes," which is that he has
proved himself mean and despicable
enough to take fiom a small child its
la3t piece of candy, if he had the
Now then read the following
childish whimpering fiom the pen of
one who assumes the name of "Dio
genes:" "Well, you have found it
nccessaiy to make explanations a
good deal since then, haven't you?
You have found it a pretty hard
task to make people believe that
black is white, haven't you?" The
above sounds more as coming from
the pen of some peevish little school
girl who has lost her slate pencil,
rather than that of a man.
C. W. Ashford was the only one
of the Cabinet who stood manfully
by the King and people against that
bayonet clause treat', and deserves,
anil has the warm gratitude of every
honest peis-on in the Kingdom. The
rest lie is well aide to treat with con
tempt. That, and Ashfoid's manly
stand for the rights of the natives
against their enemies, has called
down the executions of a narrow
clique, who would burn him at the
stake, if they dared. Of such is a
ceitain portion of ohurchianity in
Honolulu at the piesent time, and
"Diogenes" is their mountebank.
"Diogenes" is far astray in his
definition at least of the Honolulu
"carpet bagger." It reads thus:
"Carpet bagger" is one who arrives
here (without coin), and makes for
the coat tails ot the missionary, and
there clings, ready at all times for
dirty work, merely for pap that
drops from the pockets. Only that
and nothing more." Cui.oi's.
A large iron ship leeently put into
Kio de Janeiro in a badly damaged
condition, and her owners found that
the cost of i epairing there would be
more than the ship cost when first
built, so decided to take her to Liver
pool for repairs. Tho big channel
tug, Victoria, was cliartcied, and is
now on her way to Kio to tow the
ship to England. It is expected that
she will only stop for coal once on
the trip, and that will be at the West
ern Islands. To do this she will
hac to tow the vessel over 3300
miles without stopping. The Victoria
is a twin seicw steel steamer of about
500 tons and was built expiessly for
ocean lowing. She is whalebacked
fore and aft, and can steam eighteen
knots an hour. She carries a crew
of twenty-one all told. Her lirst
tow was from Gibraltar to Plymouth,
and the vessel was the big troop ship
Scrapis, which had broken her shaft
while on her way with troops from
Malta to England. About a year
ago she picked up a German steamer
1300 miles to the westward of Cape
Clear and towed her to Liverpool.
That's ocean towing.
THAT DESERTION CASE.
Police-Justice Foster lias added
another finding in the Silva desertion
case, leported in yesterday's Bui.i.i:
'iin. It is to the effect that the case
was a civil one and an appeal could
be im.de hy either party. His Honor
also stated thai the past two days
were only infoimal consultations with
counsel. The law on the point in
question is at present iunpei alive.
After due delibeiatiou His Honor
finds that the law docs not wairant
his imposing a line. Tho defendant
was, however, guilty of deserting his
wife, theieforc was ordeied to pay
costs of Court. An appeal was not
ed. Paul Neumann and F. M. Hatch
for plaintiff, and J. M. Davidson and
Cecil Brown for defendant.
A FAVORITE REMEDY.
Chamberlain's Cough Komedy is a
favorite during the winter months on
account of its gieat success in the
cure of colds. Theie is nothing that
will loosen a severe cold so quickly,
or as promptly iclieve the lungs.
Then it counteracts any tendency to
ward pneumonia. It is pleasant and
safe to take, and fully worthy of its
popularity. For sale by all dealers,
lieiisou, Smith & Co.. atients.
Uev. Billy Frailer of Bobton, who
(piit the ring to preach the gospel
several ycais ago, has leturned to
his lirst love. Ho wants to fight any
128 pound man in Amenca. If he
c moot Hunt better than he preached,
says an exchange, he will soon bo
again on the lookout for a soft job.
A man may pound a pulpit for a
long time and never get knocked
V n miii iin
GREAT LAND CASE.
ncrlnlnn of tlm llrllloli Privy !oH
rll on n Hnmonii Iiiiw Hull.
The Judicial Committee of the
Privy Council of Gieat Britain has
rendered a decision in what has hcen
known as the "gieat Samo.ui land
case." The suit was brought in
January, 1887, by Frank Cornwall, a
British subject, and Manaema, his
wife, against McArtluu & Co., claim
ing 00,000 damages for disposses
sion of lands and conversion of pro
duce. The action was tried in the
High Commissioner's Court in 1889,
ami tlm Court cave a decree for
1 1,270 damages and the costs. The
defendants appealed to the Supreme
Court of Fiji, which alllrmed the
judgment below so far as it declined
that Cornwall was entitled to recover
possession of certain of the lands,
but in other respects reversed it, and
ordered a new trial a3 between Coin
wall and defendants. From this
decision both parties appealed. Lord
Hobhouse, in delivering the decision
of the Privy Council, observed that
their Lordships concurred with tho
Chief Justice of Fiji in thinking that
such an amount as 11,270 for dam
ages was altogether disproportionate
and excessive. Tho Ohiet Justice of
Fiji had suggested the payment and
acceptance of 15,000. Their Lord
ships also tri6d to bring about a
compromise, but they had not been
more successful than the Chief Jus
tice. In the result their Lordships
would humbly advise Her Majesty
that both appeals should be dis
missed, so that the docrec of the
Supreme Court would stand alllrmed.
FOrGtD HeVoWN NAME.
Not long since a Placer county res
ident sent a money order catling for
SlO to Miss Klla Duncan of this city.
Miss Duncan received it, but while
on the way to the post ofllce managed
to lose it. By a very rare coincidence
it was picked up by a calored girl
who boasts the name Ella Duncan,
the same in every paiticular as that
of tho young lady to whom the order
had been sent.
Miss Llla Duncan, colored, went
forth with to the post-olllee and cashed
the order. Miss Ella Duncan, white,
also went there ; but to apprise the
money-older department of its loss.
She was astonished to learn the check
IiaiI been cashed. An investigation
unearthed the colored girl, who was
asked to give back the S10 and
escape prosecution. She refused,
claiming the check must have been
meant for her as that was her name.
She was arrested for forgery and is
now in the custody of "United States
Marshal Long. S. F. Call.
DEATH OF A VENERABLE TRIPLET.
Monroe Remington, a resident of
Blackstone, Mass., is dead, aged 75
lie was the last of the Remington
triplets, Washington, J.efferson and
Monroe, who were born in Noith
Smithfii'ld, R. I., and whose general
appearance was strikingly similar.
They all lived to an advanced age,
and only a couple of yeais ago fur
nished substance for an article when
the Globe published the twin and
triplet stories which its correspond
ents gathered from all oyer New Eng
land. The father of the triplets was one
of the first Democrats iu Rhode Is
land, and his ions were named in
honor of the fathers of the United
The Remington bi others through
out life were among the most inter
esting of curious humanity, and many
funny incidents of their love-making
and the dillleulty in identity made a
remarkable history. Boston Globe.
THERE IS NONE BETTER.
R. L. St. John of Howland,
Putnam county, Missouri, takes es
pecial plcasuic in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, be
cause he knows it to be reliable. He
has used it in his practice for several
years, and says there is none better.
It is especially valuable for colds and
as a preventive and cure for croup.
This most excellent medicine is for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public conceit at Emma
Square this evening, commencing
at7:JJ0. The following is tho pro
March Vienna Schnunmcl
Ovcituio King's Lieutenant Till
i 'nwitlna The Pirate ISelllnl
itcniluNcenees of Ilelllni Goilficy
OlwlNaui. Hole Wulinea. I.lhl Kal o
Medley Night in New Yoik....I$iooU
Fantasia On the Mlllstic.un Klluiibeig
OiiNotte boft Ulanxs Nevaux
Wall. Over tho Waves Itoses
WORTHY OF A TRIAL.
If you are troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind on over
the seat of pain a piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. You will be surprised at the
prompt relief it affoids. 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smitli & Oo., aironts.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned
against shooting or ttesp.issliig
upon the Jlcef or 1-lanil known as "Hhu
Uliuid," situate in Ileeia Hay, off Ividia
hill, ICooliiunoko, Ou'iii. Auioiie found
riulating this notieo will be pioseemcd.
3:i!) 2w Mies. O. bTKWAKl).
rpilE legular aumiul meeting of the
L Hawaiian Kiult .V T.uo Co. will ho
he'd at their ollleo hi Wulluku, Maul, on
KJtIlAY, Feb. 12, lS'Ji', at 10 o'clock
A. m W. U.HANIKLS,
31 1 88t Secretary 11, l & T. Co.
ii iiumu tfijiMrphJ
ITEMS CF INTEREST.
North Dakota lias a barley farm of
Child marriage had its origin at
tho time of the Mohammcdnn inva
sion of India.
Within tho lust thico years tho
American Indians have disposed of
25,000,000 acres of their land.
Ordinaiy lubber ink-orasois, it is
said, will remove rust from polished
cutlery without injuiy.
There are about two and a half
gallons of whisky on hand for every
man, woman ami child in the United
All the varieties of the tame duck
arc descended from the wild mall,
which, though timid, is easily domes
Most ladies aie magnetic. All
girls are attractive. But it is widows
with cash and real estate who have
A divorced woman in England sued
a man for breach of promise made
while she was still a wife. She got
The cowcatcher of the locomotive,
which has never been patented, was
invented by D. B. Davies of Colum
A London dentist, about the mid
dle of December, hung out the sign,
"Have your teeth pulled for a Christ
Miss Helen Gould would be recog
nised as beautiful if alio did not havo
a hundred million-dollar father or any
but a calico dress. This cannot often
bo said of rich men's daughters.
" I inherit some tendency to Dys
pepsia from my mother. I suffered
two years in this way ; consulted a
number of doctors. They did me
no good, I then used
Relieved In your August Flower
and it was just two
days when I felt great relief. I soon
got so that I could sleep and eat, and
I felt that I was well. That was
three years ago, and I am still first
class. I am never
Two Days, without a bottle, and
if I feel constipated
the least particle a dose or two of
August Flower does the work. The
beauty of the medicine is, that you
can stop the use of it without any bad
effects on the system.
Constipation While I was sick I
. f e 1 1 everything it
seemed to me a man could feel. I
was of all men most miserable, lean
say, in conclusion, that I believe
August Flower will cure anyone of
indigestion, 11 taken
Life of Misery with judgment. A.
M Weed, 229 Belle
fontaiueSt., Indianapolis, Ind." 0
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of Stocks
On FRIDAY, Feb. 12th,
AT 11! O'CLOCK XOOIV
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, I will
sell at Public Auction,
10 Shares Inter-Island Steam
Nav. Co.'s Stock.
Par Value $100.
20 Shares "Wilder's Steam
ship Co ,
Par Value $100.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Horses & Carriages!
On Fill DAY, Fob. 12lh,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom,, Queen stieet, I will
sell ut Public Auction,
1 LARGE EXPRESS WAGON,
1 Small E)iess Wagon,
1 Family Can luge,
1 IOP BUGGY,
2 Iliakes, 2 Sets Harness,
1 Spjn Bay Horses.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
H.1I. fV llAHViriU'.l.n linl.la ..liiiiooa
1M lu Diawhii! ami Palatini: at his
fctudlo, Hotel stieut, back of Dik. Ander
son 4"fc l.uiuly. 341 tf
CLASSES In Modeling, Free Ilanil
) Druwlnir, and Tiaincilil8 fiom
Natuio In Planter
IMOtf P. O. 110X823.
For MoultliugH, FrumcH,
Pastels, ArtotypoH, Plioto
KruvureH, Etchings aitd
ovoryUiing in tlio lino of
pictures, go to King Bros,
the" mutual life insurance" "cOfIew YORK.
K1CHAK1 A. HcUVICUY froNiilunu
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid Us members since its oigamzation THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0L1 ARS.
Its Now Distribution Policy is tho most libeial over offorod by any Insurance Company.
t& For full paiticulars apply to
!$. 13. KOWF,
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
i-w UnoilH limt to II mill
Sl.iuk & Hrownlow's Water Filters,
Seales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chains,
Goblets, Wines, Deeanters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Miniature "Vistas" for mailing,
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
ENGLISH 30G CART
a.t a no riots.
On MONDAY. Wl. 15llif
1 w ill sell at Public etion at my Sales-100111-,
1 F,N;i,!SII FMXi CtltT
lu llrt-cl.is ouler.
LEWIS ,T. LEVEY,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On TUESDAY, Feb. Kith,
AT IO OMII.OOIt A. .11..
I will hell at Pitblie Auction at the
Iron Waiehouso of G. W. Macfmhmo
& Co., Queen btreet, the following
Dihtr.iineil for non-payment of tent,
from the premises of the Union lion
1 10-inch Lathe with chuck, gear
wheelh, holth. wrenches, study resl,
fall plate, holder, turning and bor
1 Emory Wheel with counteifchuft,
pulleys, hungers, belting, shifter toil
1 Brnsb Workei's Lathe with chuck,
slide rest, counter bh.ifts and pul
leye, hangerf, belting, turning and
boring toole, two dogs, shifter lod,
wrenches, lathe centre, lay hcrewh
and brass lcyer.
1 IG-iiK'h Lathe with couiiterhliaft and
pulloys, hangers, chuck, faceplate,
wi enches, Ktudy iest,Hocket wieneh,
tool, post, gear wheels, p huter 101I
1 (i-inch Lathe with countei shaft,
study refet, gear wheelb and wrench
es. 1 Diill Press with baseplate), countei
bhaft with pulley, f-hiftei 1 oil, belt
ing, cone, shaft, pulley and finnie,
bed plate, handle and himgeis.
1 48-inch Lathe with chuck and
ulido rebl, two tail pitees, two
clamps with bolls, belting, wrenches,
gear wheels, becl pinion, hangers,
tool pobt, countei t-lmft with cone
and pulleys, btudy rei-t, chuck, blide
rest, boring anil turning toolh, two
lathe ccntic, one pipe centre, one
lest for cutting .--hafts.
1 Milling Machine with two ban
geis, belting, shifter lod. counter
shaft and pulley, wi ouches, oil
boxes, gc.u head.
1 Shaper with two Initios, bed plato,
counteibhafl ami pulley, lluee
ha tigers, two shifting rods, belting,
one ceulial, one rod, one geai
wheel, tools, font bed plates.
1 Grinding Machine with Louiitoi
Hluift, hanger and pulleys, belting.
2 Cases Tool.
gj0A aboe aie complete and in
JAS. F. MOUUAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
iilwc on Yom St
On SATUKDAY, Fob. 13th,
at i;e o:i.o;k jvoov,
At my .Salesi 00111, Queen sheet, will
sell ut Public Auction,
A Desirable Residence
On Young Sicet, at rear of resi
dence of Hon. S. Paikei.
The Lot has a fi outturn qf f0 feet 011
Young btieet and Is 14(1 feet deep, Tlieiu
New Dwelling House
On tho Lot containing Pallor, (1 Iled
1001118, Dlnliig-iooni, Pantry, Kitchen,
etc. Tim giouuils ipn nicely planted
with Flow pi it and Simile Trees. Water
laid on tlnoiiliout.
Bfiy For fuither pnitlculai supply to
JAS. F. MOHG4.V,
Pluturu Frames uuulo to
order from liitUBt styles of
mouldings. Iteuovuiion of
old niclurus u sneeialty.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
Mew Goods by
Tools & B implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
(K10111 1 Gallon to S00 Gallons).
B&" 'We are the only Authorized Agents for this aitiele, anil are
prepaied to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'u.
Dress Goods I Dress Goods !
A FULL ASSORTMENT CAN BE FOUND AT
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
Latest Dssips in siii uii Plata Dress Gooils,
All Woo' CamHette in all Shades,
A FULL LINE OF COLORS IN
lis i!iii!i Cashmeres M Henrietta Clotls,
Figured Chailles & 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.
CSy If 5011 are in search of Dress Materials come and examine our
immense ussoitmeul before making your purchases elsewhere.
N O T
The Agency for JAYNE'S
FAMILY MEDICINES, so long
held by our house, has been
transferred to Messrs. BEN
SOJST, SMITH & CO., to whom
all orders should be sent.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Honolulu, II. I., Feb. 4, 1892.
THE STOOIC OF
Japanese (in k Curios
Lately on exhibition over GoiiFalves &
C'o.'ftSloiu has been lemovcd to thu
Robinson Block, Hotel Street,
(Opposite IJethul Stieet),
Wlieie the Piopiletor will ho glad to
bee his fi lends.
New Goods Opened I
tOf The Mock is on the loiuiil floor,
no htuhcaso to climb. 1110 tf
SING LOY & CO.
53 KING- STREET.
Hae ie-opeiied lii their New Hiilldliig,
whcie they will Keep constantly in
stock at the lowest pileci, a
huge assoitmunt of
Dry Goods, Cliiw Silks,
Satins. Plushes, lllbbons, Purjcs,
Laces, Embroideries, Etc., Etc.
Late Arrivals !
I C E I
AI OPPORTMT Y !
At tho request of a
ipimbcr of our patrons,
we have cqncjudod 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 hiojfln
qur employ 'tor tho past
"two yeare ai4 we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, ho
can teach his pupil just
what he wunts to Hhqw
in the matter of handling
colors, etc, without tho
tiresome courso usually
adopted hy instructors,
For further particulars
.ou4toiiL , ..& .. ui.ii.