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K-. BY AUTHORITY.
World's Columbian Exposition,
By nnil with the consent of the
Cnbiiiut in Council, 1 have appointed
the gentlemen hereinafter tunned .in
Honorary Commissioners to oiganizo
and arrange fur an exhibit on behalf
of Hawaii at the World's Columbian
Uxpqsition in addition to those heie
itibofoio appointed :
HUN. V. (1. IUNVIN,
HON. GEO. C. 15EC KLHY,
HON. JOHN EN A,
WALT UK HILL, ESQ.,
DUO. aEOKGlS HEItTHAM.
Minister of Foreign Allaire.
Foreign Olliee, Honolulu, March I,
1S92. 359 lt-10 It
Will be leeeived at the olliee of the
Department of Intel iur until 12 o'clock
noon, on TUESDAY, the St li day of
Miuch, 1M)2, for the erection of a
building on the Insane Asylum
Giouuds at I'alama.
Plans and specifications are to be
seen at the olliee of tho Supuiiutotid
ent of Public Works.
Eaeh bid must be accompanied
with a certified cheek in the Mini of
Five (5) percent of the amount of the
hid presented, made payable to the
older of the Minister of the Interior,
which said check will be forfeited to
the Hawaiian Government in c.ise the
bidder shall fail or neglect to execute
u written agieement and give the
bond required for the faithful per
formance of said work within six (0)
days after wiitten notice of theawaid
is given to him.
All bids must be distinctly endowed,
"Tender for Insane Asylum Build
ing." Tin' Minister of the Interior does
not bind himself to accept the lowe.it
or unv bid.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interior Olliee, Maich 1, I8'J2.
In accoidance with the law (Civil
Code, See. .'!0'.) to 1117), 1 hereby notify
all parents and guardians lesidiug
within the District fioin Maunalua to
Moanalua, who have unvaceinated
children, to bring them to the dispen
sary of the Board of Health, on King
street, Honolulu, for the purpose of
receiving gratuitous vaccination.
Unvaceinated adults are nlo noti
fied to come to tho above mentioned
place for the same purpose.
Only bovine vaccine vims will he
used and no other.
The physician will be in attendance
at the above named pi .ee fiom 8 to 10
a. in. and 1 to 2 p. m. every week day,
Saturday afternoons excepted.
Parents and guaidians who have
unvaceinated children are liable to a
fun' of Five Dollars, one-half of which
goes to the informer. (Sec. 310, Civil
President Boaid of Health,
Honolulu, H. I., Dee. 2, 1801.
Holders of water privileges, or llioro
paying water nites, are hereby noti
fied that tho hours for using water for
irrigation purposes are from (1 to 8
o'clock a. .M., and ! to 0 o'clock i 1.
until fuither notice.
JOHN O. vVHITE,
Supt. Honolulu ater Works.
C. N. Sl'lINCElt,
Minister of the Inteiior.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 18i2.
The article from the New York
Nation, referring to the German Em
peror, will remove to some extent
the veil that, to those who do not
get news direct from the Fatherland,
has obscured the cause of the educa
tional hill's unpopulaiity.
in this issue will he found an in
teresting budget of items on "Funn
ing in Foreign Lands" from the Am
erican Agriculturist. The effect of
the whole should ho stimulating to
Hawaiian agricultural euterpiise,
while valuable pointers repose in
many individual items.
A learned wiiter in Ku Leo sagely
remarks that the cause of hard Unas
here is the low price of sugar in the
United States caused by the removal
of the sugar duties. The Hui.i.ktix
allowed icceiitly that sugar stood
at about the average price of six
years since the advent of free sugar.
Jt Is the loss of a virtual bounty equal
to the duty on raw sugar from other
countries, which American refiners
paid Hawaiian planters in addition to
the price of Cuban 90 test sugar in
New York, which has made the pinch.
Should the price go down to as low
as it was for much of the time within
the prnt few years, under the changed
conditions tlio pinch will he much
tighter. Before free sugar the re
liner found it to their Interest to pay
the virtual bounty on Hawaiian sug
ar, because it was worth just as much
to them as the Cuban sugar witli duty
Ka Leo is quite smart in finding out
within a week that the Bii.i.kiis had
made a mistake about Rudyard Kip
ling's nationality. The Item in ques
tion had, however, already appeared
corrected in the Wkuki.y Bulletin.
It was caused simply by a temporary
lapse of thinking while writing the
item it could not be called a lapse
of memory because only tho day be
fore the writer read a personal item
about Kipling, which recalled the re
cent attacks of American critics on
him for hasty generalizations as a
sti anger on the ways of Americans.
In collaboration with Balesttcr, an
American author, Kipling is the auth
or of the entertaining story, "The
Naulahka," now running in the Cen
tury which, by the way, the writer
of the item that tickles Ka Leo has
been reading from the start. Poor
Balcsticr has died since the story be
gan running, but Kipling is left still
with an American partner, a life one
in the person of a fair daughter of
the Republic. It is pleasant to think
we arc to have a visit from such a
brilliant author, and, before he leaves
for Samoa, whither he intends to
continue his Pacific jaunt, it may be
hoped that he will find some material
here for weaving into future interest
ing stories from his engaging pen.
WARRING OVER BILLETS.
There is rumored to be war in tin;
Liberal party's camp. In the late
election that party seemed control,
under the new Road Board law, of
that very important branch of public
works, the construction and mainte
nance of roads. The Liberals' own
road board, every member personally
acceptable to most people, appointed
their own Road Supervisor a Liber
al of the Liberals who had gallantly
but unsuccessfully carried their stan
dard in the election. Mr. Cummings
on finding himself in this responsible
position began its duties with energy
an energy showing his natural
briskness of habit as well as a lauda
ble ambition to make his administra
tion of the road tuxes a credit to him
self. He was to be met here, there and
Lverj-where investigating, planning,
and directing. He was in short mak
ing a good impression on this com
munity, and the natural inference
was that he was raising the pride of
his party in himself. It appears
that, on the contrary, his party is
the first to spring at his throat. lie
has dared to make changes in the
personnel of the roads and bridges
staff without consulting the party
bosses. His is the responsibility ;
theirs, so they seem to think, the
right to run him and the whole
bureau. It is a pretty light as it
stands another illustration of the
fact that there is no pleasing the ele
ment that engages in politics simply
and solely for what they can get out
of polities. The sympathy of the
community will he with the ollicial
with whom is the responsibility.
Right-thinking citizens will strenu
ously object to the roads and bridges'
service being made the prey of a
horde of billet-farmers.
BOYS IN TROUBLE.
In the Police Court this morning
six native boj's Kankali, Huleakala,
Malihiui, Afat, Ilalulii and Jveahiloa
were arraigned before Justice Foster
charged with larceny in the fourth
degree, the stolen property being
certain articles of wearing apparel,
valued at less than So, from the store
of Ah Young, opposite Kaumakapili
church. Tho affair is supposed to
have occurred on the night of Feb.
23d. The Chinese store-keeper testi
fied to having lost the articles, which
were displayed in the Court room,
adding also that since that time he had
missed between 30 and 810 worth
of goods. He accused the defend
ants of having committed the rob
bery, as the things weru found in
their possession. The defendants
denied the accusation. The case
was continued. V. V. Ashfoid tor
Afat, J. L. Kaulukou for one other,
and S. K. Kane lor the rest.
FROM HOTkL DELLONE.
Mr. C. W. Reed, proprietor of the
Hotel Dellone, Omaha, one of the
llnest new and modern hotels in the
west, says of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy: "Wo have used it in our
family for years with the most satis
factory result, especially for our
children, for colds and .croup. It can
ho depended upon ; besides It is
pleasant to take and seems to bu free
fi out chloroform and the oily sub
stances put into many cough mix
tures." 50 cent and 81 bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
it- Co., agents.
FIRE AT KOHALA.
Mix ItiillilliiKM Ut'Htriiiyeit IncliiiUns
Uu Sunday morning, 28th ult., a
lire broke out in Kaiopihi Hall, de
stroying the hall and live adjoining
buildings, tho only premises escap
ing being Ben Pnnglieman's store
and the cottages of N. 1'. McDonald
and Senhnr Remond. Tho hall was
'a two-story wooden building used as
a Chinese Club and also for general
Owina to the prompt and energetic
action of the malinger of the Kohala
Plantation, Mr. C. A Chapin, and
his subordinates, no damage was done
to the plantation's cane in the vicini
ty of the lire.
The hall premises, as also the store
adjoining (lately occupied by M. B.
Freitas), were the property of Akina
and other Chinamen and of some
value. Otherwise the balance of the
buildings were old rookeries and no
doubt well out of the way.
Mr. E. L. Marshall was arrested
on a warrant (which named him
"John") yesterday, issued on the
oath of a Chinaman, charging him
with assault, and battery on the com
plaining Chinaman. The Mongolian
showed a cut on his eye and a face
daubed with carmine, which he al
leged was caused by a slick wielded
by Mr. Marshall. The trial will be
Another Chinaman made complaint;
at the Police Station at noon to-day
against Ah Hoy, a fellow country
man, for assault. The Chinaman had
a deep cut over his right eye, from
which blood was flowinii, consequent
ly a warrant was issued and Ah Hoy
apprehended. Further investigation
elicited the information that the two
had a quarrel over some gambling
affair. Ah Hoy in the dispute got
his dander up and dropped lus right
tist'ou the other's right optic.
Fancy Ice Bricks at the "Elite."
O. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale. .'t-tf
Thk Brunswick are the only Billiard
l'i lore in town. (!-tf
A salk of stocks will be held by J.
F. Morgan next Friday at noon.
Aitkk shaving use Cucumber Skin
'1 niie. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Suxnuitx relieved at once by Cu
emnbor Tonic. Benson, Smith k Co.,
C. J. Fishi:l has a partly furnished
house to lei opposite the new baseball
Tin: Foreign Olliee gives notice of
additions to the Honorary Commission
for the "Woild's Fair.
Mas. GitAY will hold a dancing
class at Aiion hall eety Saturday
evening. She gives terms in an ad
vertisement. PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanut Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. S&" Call and examine our stock.
Auction Siles by Lewis J. Levey.
On THURSDAY, March 3,
AT O'CLOCK XOO.V
I will sell at Public Auction, on the pre
mises 144 Queen stiect. opposite
Two Collages & One Store
qT Building to be removed within
10 days after sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
M8 L't Auctioneer.
' 'no a leery ruriiisneii
WyWMdm JL Rooms I'l'iilnillv lne.iti.il.
Kmjiilro Bullktin Olliee.
MttvA A 1'artly Furnished House
itft?i -'--L opposite the Now Ilaso
V&SSa ball Grounds, situate at the
corner of I'ilkni and l.ini UIlo Bireets.
Comfortably arranged with hot and cold
water, and other modern improvements;
will rent furnished or otherwise.
Apply to Oil S. J. 1T3IIKL.
ELEOIION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual incciliig of the stock
holders of the People's lee & Re
frigerating Co. held this diy lln fol
lowing leisons were elected as oflleeis
for tliu entiling year:
hum. Austin , President,
Win F Allen Vieu-1'iesldent,
L. C, Abies,. Tmibtucr,
G, I Callo Secretary,
T. W. Hebron Auditor.
Tim above named olllecrs constitute a
Ildind of Directors.
T. W. HOURQN,
Honolulu, March 1, 1BU3. 851) 1 w
The majority of well-read phys
icians now believe that Consump
tion is a germ disease. In other
words, instead of being in the con
stitution itself it is caused by innu
merable small creatures living m the
lungs having no business there and
eating them away as caterpillars do
the leaves of trees.
A Gorm The phlegm that is
coughed up is those
Disease. parts of the lungs
which have been
gnawed off and destroyed. These
little bacilli, as the germs are called,
are too small to be seen with the
naked eye, but they are very much
alive just the same, and enter the
body in our food, in the air we
breathe, and through the pores of
the skin. Thence they get into the
blood and finally arrive at the lungs
where they fasten and increase with
frightful rapidity. Then German
Syrup comes iu, loosens them, kills
them, expells them, heals the places
they leave, and so nourish and
soothe that, in a short time consump
tives become germ-proof and well.
March 17, 1892
PROGRAMME PART I..
1 YACHT HACK 1st Class.
Couiise, (to be published Inter.)
2 YACHT RACE 2d Class.
Couhsk, (to bo published Inter.)
Yachts will assemble off the foot of
Iii'liua Avenue In Pearl City Peninsula
at 9 A. M.
A preparatory gnu will be tired on the
Judge's boat at U:30 A. m. 'I lie starting
gun will be tired at 10 a. m. shirp.
The fitart will lie a Hying one; the
time of eaeh yacht being token as she
erosses the Hue, hut no yacht shall bu
allowed more than ten minutes within
which to start after the signal to start
has been given.
Time allowance one minute to the ton
Knell yacht must e.irry atlier inniiitop
inast head, a distinguishing Hag of :i
suitable size, which must not lie hauled
down uiile.-s she gives up tho race
Kach yneht shall carry dm lug the race
no moi e than the usual nnchois and
chains, which must not he used ns ship
ping ballast or for uttering .the trim of
the yacht No bags of shot shall he on
board mid all buh.ist shall bo properly
stowed under the platforms or iu bickers
and Minll not be shipped or trimmed In
any way whatever during tho race.
No restriction ns to quantify of sail.
I! SIX-OAREl) UOATS Sliding
Coijksk, (to bo published later.)
1-FOUK-OAftEL) BOATS Slidino
Couksi:, (to be published lnt-r.;
N. It. The Itegnttn Races will be
under the rules adopted by the Hawaiian
Rowing & Yachting Association.
In all races, two or mora boats must
htiut to iniiku a race.
The rowing races will take place at t
o'clock i'. m. sharp.
Tho signal gun will be tired from the
Juilgu's stand at 12:1)0 o'clock
Signal for tho competing boats to as
semble at the starling lino, will ho the
thing of a gun 10 minutes beforo thu
start of eaeh race.
t&f hint of entries will bo open at tho
otllcti of the Sim'uiiintkndi:nt of the
OAIIU RAILWAV & liANU Co., until 12
o'clock noon, March ."), 18't2.
Prizes lor the above Racss aro now on Exhi
bition at the PACIFIC II .I10WARE
CO.'S STORE, Fort Street.
TRAINS will leave Honolulu for Pcail
Harbor at 7 slid, 9. 10, II, 12 a. ji.,
and 1, 2, 3, 4 and 4:110 r. m.
RETURNING will leave Pearl Harbor
for Honolulu EVERY HOUR.
Popular Rates of Fare:
Aicran It-iT 13
"I M liia iVyMw .
THE MTOt LIFE ''WSOliJSODL' llEW YORK,
ItlOllAltll A. McUl)KIY, I'lvnidcnl.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid Hh members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOL1 ARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
WiT For full patticulars apply to
Auction Sales by James F. Morgau.
On THURSDAY, March nl.
AT lit O'Ul.OOK MKIV,
At the pieinlses Klug 9treet, 1 will sell
at Public Auction,
I fViERRY-GO ROUINJD)
J AS. F. MOIiG Tv
Auction Sale of Ms
On ntm AY, DTnrcli 4th,
jx.'X' is :noo;v.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
20 Shares Wildor's Steamship
10 Shores Inter-Island Steam
50 ShareB Hvv iian Tea &
$2.-i Per Slmr Paid Up.
JAS. P. AD KG AX,
330 2t Auctioneer.
Hy order of G. Trousseau, Adminis
trator, with the will annexed of His late
Majesty Kalakaua. I will m-11 at 1'ublie
Auction, at my Salesroom, Queen .street.
On SATURDAY, March 5,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
LAND AT' A1EA, EWA, OAHU,
Hoyal Patent 785; Royal Patent 287C, 1
:S7-100 acres, and Royal Patent 7!)."i, C,
aero, 8 chains and 3IJ-100. Deed fmiti
J. S. McGrew and wife, Liber 70, Folio
291 0-0 1 acre subject to lease to .1.
Humphreys; rent 10 per annum; ex
pires Sept. 1, 18!I0.
Ttjr This will be offered at an upset
price oi $2,500.
TERMS CASH. Deeds at purchaser's
354 8t Auctioneer
Aqna-Marinc Bench Lois!
On SATUKDAY, Murcliuli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
SIX BE &0H LOTS
Jic ond Iiiiplolitiil P.i i'lt.
These Lots, varying from one-half
to seven-tenths of an aeie, me ad
vantageously bitualed, being just beyond
tbe Park, and lying between tie'l)iu
inoiid Hi ad road and tbe sea, Govern
ment water U laid on along the front of
these Lots on tlr road. The beach 1. of
soft white sand, mid the reef is 'anion
for delicious lish of various Kinds, wlileb
iu it free.
The title Is fee simple, and terms aie
cash, or one-half cash and the balance
on mortgage at 8 percent for one or two
years. Deeds at the expense of pur
chasers. tSST A chart of the Lots Is on exhibi
tion at my Salesroom.
H3F These Lots are marked by
corner stakes, giving the iiiimbeis.
.1 VS. P. MORGAN,
!I51 lit Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Jewelry & Clocks!
By order of VM ICKK it CO.. I will
sell at Public Auction at their Stoic, No.
117 Nuiitinu street.
On TIIUKSDAY, Mm ch JO,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A, .11 .
TIIKIR ESTIKI5 STOCK QV
WATOUKS and OLOOKS,
Storo Fixtures, Etc , J2t.
JAS. L MORGAN,
357 at Auctioneer.
JV you want a First-class Job of Paint
ing of any description done, call on
tho Practical Painter, J. L. Mk.yi" only.
Fort street 180. P. O. Uox 387. Mutual
Telenhono 002. Ifiis tf
When you want a Portrait
Enlarged call on King Bros.,
gt't thoir price llHt and see
samples. Tliuy can't bo beat.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
hli. urn . Willi u hiii i mm wt embpliji hi. a g..Lijiiitnjjii-i.i.. jnwij.
CORSETS ! " CORSETS"!
P. I). CORSETS
Just Received :i Full Lino of V. U. CORSETS at
imr k& c
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BE BEAT ! ) Q Q rj g IT CAN'T BE BEAT I
SUPT. PIERCE'S REPORT
w York Life
Gaia in Assets during six
Extracts from the "New York
Insukancp. Dki'.vktmunt of Tin-. Statk of Nr.v Yoiik,
Amiany, N. Y., January 19th, 1892.
Pursuant to statute, and by request of the "Conipairy's Board of
Trustees, the undersigned, Superintendent of the Insurance Department
of the Stale of New Yoik, bus caused an examination of the conditions and
affairs of the New York Life Insurance Company to bo made by the Deputy
.Superintendent of this department.
THE COMPANY IS SOLVENT.
The most salisfacto result appearing in this report is tho conclusion
reached that this great and useful institution of our State, whose business
interests and relations extend and are being advanced in nearly every State
of our Union and In so many of the civilized countries of the world, and
whoso policy-holders therein may be named as legion, is beyond all question
solvent, and is the actual owner and possessor of a surplus of available
assets and property exceeding its present liability by the sum of S(.Ott8,
liJG li'.i accrued upon its general account, and $8,070 5IJ1) SO upon
its Tontine accumulation.
Such a result was one most earnestly desired by this department.
Those interested may be assured that this conclusion is accurate and trust
worthy. This examination was made as of June :30th, 1891, and on that dale
we find that its assets and liabilities were as follows:
Appraised value of real estate owned by the Company, as
per Exhibit 1 ". $
L-ians on bond and niortgago (lirnt liens) on real estate,
ah per Exhibit 2
Loans hcoured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other market
able collaterals, as pet Exhibit .'1
I'reiniuin notes, loans, orliciiMon policies in force, the iu
serve on each, of such policies being in excess of all
indi'biedness Ihuieon as per Exhibit -1
Miuket value of bonds, stocks, and i-ecuritics owned abso
lutely, as per Kxhililt 5
(!iibh iu Coiiipnny'b olliee
Cash in bank, except fixed deposits iu foreign countries,
included in item fi ,
Interest duo and acciued on bonds anil mortgages ,
CJrOBS premiums due anil unreported on policies
in force $:5,)82,577
Orosb deferred premiums on policies in foice. . 1,901,018
Annuity premiums uncollected 157,091
12. Total $5,801,310
13. Deduct 20 per cent luading on above gross
14. Net amount uf uncollected and deferred premium.. . . 4,013,453 0Q
, Total assets $120,710,090 01,
1. Not prwont value of all tho outstanding policies iu forco
on the 30lli day of .liinu, 1891, computed according to
the ooiiil'jnod oxpciienco table of mortality, with 4 per
cent, interest $105,010,324 (10
2. Deduct net value of risks of this Company roinmuod ii)
other solvent companies ,' -102,120 00
3. Net reinsuranco reserve ,
4. Chums for matured endowments duo and unpaid. .
5. Claims for dcntl) losses awaiting proofs
0. Amounts due and unimid oo nnnuilv nluiinx
Liability on account of lupr-cd policjes.. . . ,'
I'liiiiiiuins paid in advance
'total liabilities on polioy-holiloio' acvmtut $100,002,014 H
dross biirplus on polioy-holdon,' aecuiiiit 14.708,075 83,
Total liabilities $12l, 10,(191) HI
Estimated surplus, aeuruud on Tontine or other policies,
uiu jii .ms upon wiiieii aro especially reseived lor tli.it
class of policies 8,070,539 50
13. Estimated surplus accrued on all other policies 0,038,130 33
It is wilh great satisfaction that we aro able to report, as shown in tho
above statement, that the Company is perfectly solvent.
Signed, JA.MKS l- I'lKRUK, Superintendent.
MICHAEL SHANNON, Deputy Superintendent. '
Tho New York Insurance Commisjloner's Report provci thai tho NEW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE CO. hat a largsr Surplus than is claimed by any other puroly mutual life
Insurance company in tho world.
Gsnerdl Agent lor the Hawaii ;q Mauds,
,m &r mmm
t ii i:
months of nearly $5,000,000.
Times" of January 23d, 1892.