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HP BY AUTHORITY.
Foreign Ofllue- Notice.
Pukciun Ui ricu,
Honotaimj, Mulch 3, 1S2.
Tills day hud audience of tin Queen;
His Excellency .Tobn L. Stevens, U.
S. Envoy Extiaordinaiy and Minister
Hear-Admiral Qeoigo Drown, U. S.
N., commanding U. SfNavnl torces on
the Pueille Station. '
Captain V. T. Sampson, U. S. N.,
commanding "San Francisco," ami
Chief of Stall'.
liioul. Oeorgu L. Dyer, U. S. N.
Ensign Geo. 1 Mow, U. S. N., Sec
ietaiy and Aid.
Chief-Engineer Philip Inch, Engi
neer of tin1 Kleet.
Medical Inspector J no. H. Clink,
Kiitgeon of the Fleet.
I'ay Inspector W. Gold-diorougli,
Paymaster of tho Fleet.
Captain V. S. Muse, U. S. M. C
Fleet Miuinu Oilieer.
OTFICKltR OF TIIK SAX FilANCISCO.
Lieut. J. F. Moso, U. S. N.
Passed Asst. Engineer E. T. Wiu
bnrton, U. S. N.
Lieut. Leioy M. Garrett, U. S. N.
Ensign Glms. M. MeOuriniok, U. S.
Asst. Engineer Win. It. Bush, U. S.
Asst. Surgeon L. W. Spratling, U.
Ensign George N. llaywurd, U. S.
Naval Cadet, William A. Snow, U.
Naval Cadet Alonzo Gartly, U. S. N.
Naval Cadet T. C. Treudwell, U. S.
To which audience His Excellency
John L. Stevens was introduced ly
His Excellency Hon. Samuel Parker,
Her Majesty's Minister of Foreign Af
fairs, His Excellency Mr. Stevens
presenting Rear Admiial Brown, who
then introduced hit, ollieeis.
Her Majesty was attended on tins
occasion by His Jtoyal Highness
Prince Kawauaii.tkoa, His Excellency
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Governor of
Oahu, His Excellency Hon. Samuel
Parker, Minister of Foreign Afl.iirs,
His Excellency Hon. C. N. Spencer,
Minister of the Interior, His Excel
lency Hon. II. A. Widemann, Minis
ter of Finance, His Excellency Hon.
AW Austin Whiting, Attorney-General,
Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Jus
tice and Chancellor of the Kingdom,
Hon. J.S.Walker, President, of the
Legislature, Major J. V. Robertson,
H. M.'b Chamberlain, Col. the Hon.
C. P. laukea, A. 1). C , Col. Jas. H.
Boyd, A. 1). C, Col. .Ino. I). Holt, Jr ,
A. D. C, Col. John Richardson, A. I).
0. and Major Sam'l Nowlein, of the
Governor's Stall', and ihe following
Ladies in Waiting: Airs. C. H. Wil
son and Mrs. C. H. Clark.
IJGO lt-10 It
Pursuant to a icsolution of the
Legislative Assembly pased .May -1,
1SS2, tho Birthday of Kamehaiueha
HI., .March 17lh, will bo observed as a
National Holiday, and all Government
Ulliccs throughout the Kingdom will
be closed on that day.
C. N. SPKNCKK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, March 10, 1892.
Mr. W. H. Rickard has been un
pointed by thu Boaid of Education,
School Agent for the district of Ha
makua, Island of Hawaii, in place of
Dr. C. B. Greenfield, who has re
signed. By order of the Board of Educa
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Oflieo, iMurch .'!, 1H!)2.
wwtUIl .'I, 1892.
Pat's admonition, " Bo ducent; if
not, be us dacent as you can," scums
to be needed in Hawaiian politics.
The nick-numes invented for cci tain
public men by Ku Leo might have
been funny as fun goes in that source,
but when repeated with nauseating
iteration in the page of the Ililo Reo-
ord and the columns of the Advertiser
they arc neither witty nor decent.
Is Hawaii going to do anything for
the relief of the famine-stricken mil
lions of Russia v livery little will
help to save life, A contribution
from one of the smallest to one of
the largest nations on earth would bu
striking illustration of the brother
hood of man. Our relations with
Russia have always been friendly,
and her national ships are occasional
visitors to our capital. There is no
saying when this small community
may not be in distress such as would
call for the ( itUldc world's- yiraulicn.1
sympathy, and an act of kindness to
wnrd Russia's afllictcd people now
may be returned with interest in
more ways than one. If anything
I c done it .should be quickly, and
the immediate question is who will
tuk'j the in'tiatne. The opinions of
the piople on the -ti'-jict wi.l be
gladly published in the lri.u.iix.
The Advertiser occasionally gives
Ku Leo a dig for the td'cgid disre
putable journalism of the latter.
Hut the Advertiser Is rapidly going
deeper into tho mud than Ka Leo is
in the mire. Many people have of
late been expressing their disgust at
the Advertiser for lis constant perse
cution of Mr. John F. Bowler.
This morning's exploit m that line
is one of the lowest specimens
of gutter journalism which has
ever pained respectable Honolulu.
It drags in the supposed creed of
Mr. Bowler and smudges with coarse
language the memory of the late
universally esteemed prelate, who
was only last week consigned to the
tomb. Could indecency further go?
What makes the business all the
more despicable is the fact that Mr.
Bowler the other day won an ap
pealed civil case in the courts against
a gentleman somewhat closely con
nected with the Advertiser. It
would be going too far to charge this
fact as the Advertiser's motive for
its renewed bitterness against a gen
tleman in private life, but that paper
may as well know that this is the
interpretation many people give to
"Glass House" seems to be well
up in Government secrets, yet, if an
order such as he quotes was evtr
issued, it has never been carried out.
The Bii.i.UTiN has neither claimed
nor received a monopoly of Govern
ment patronage under either this or
any previous administration. It has
not eveu complained when some of
the fattest patronage went to the
opponents of the Ministry, opponents
whose criticism has been not always
independent and often unfair. So
far as the kick of Liberals against
the Road Board is concerned, this
paper has already expressed itself.
The roads belong to the public and
not to any party. In selecting its
working staff the Road Board is
bound to look fit st to competence.
If there are competent applicants for
positions from the ranks of the
Liberal party, they probably should
not be second in the Board's con
sideration. Still, under the secret
ballet, how are these discontented
politicians to know whether those
who have got ahead of them in billets
have not helped to elect the Road
Board? The presumption is that
they have no business to know.
Another picsumptioii is that those
who make a noise because they have
not got anything for their work in
the elections only worked in the
elections for what they expected to
iret out of the results for themselves.
Such per-ons are hardly entitled to
consideration from tliecomuiunitv.
One of the strange features of the
present election law is the provision
that contested election cases nieto
be heard by a justice of the Supreme
Court in the judicial district where
the election occurred. This is a very
inconvenient arrangement and should
be changed. It is easier to bring the
witnesses to Honolulu than to move
the Court and lawyers to Kau to try
a single case.
The Advertiser has been running
so much on a wit and humor basis
lately that it is hard to decide wheth
er to take the foregoing editorial
item in that paper this morning seri
ously or otherwise. Its opening staler
ment is contrary to truth. There is
nothing strange about contested elec
ts icing heard in the judicial dis
vhere the election occurred.
- one of the conspicuous fea
' electoral reform which goes
) evolution of the ballot in
1 . countries. The evils likely to
arise from having contested elections
in the outer districts all brought to
the capital (or trial should bu obvious
to any but either an obtuse or de
praved mind. Where the greater in
uonyenience of having tho Court go
to the district instead of the district
I coming to the Couit appears is more
I than any fellow can understand,
I There may be a hundred witnesses in
I an election case, but the aristocratic
notions of the Advertiser, it seems,
would dictate that these people should
bo d tagged from their homes and
their avocations, and taken two hun
dred ami fifty miles, as in the Kau
case, to loaf around Honolulu ttoie
knows how long, miliar than that u
judge who lias the most comfortable
accommodations provided for him at
public cxpcii3U and is, besides, used
to traveling on circuit, and ono or
two attorneys, who are not bound to
go at all if the fees do not suit them,
should make the jourriey in the other
direction. Taking it altogether the
paragraph quoted is about' a's'unwiso
an utterance as ever the Advertiser
has produced, being a combination
ol Tammany piinciple and Vander
bill's "public be damned" idea.
THE PORTUGUESE PRESS.
ICditou IIci.i.ktin :
Ah a professional favor, we request
the kind publication of the following
lines. It has been represented to us
that an individual, without any
authority, has been around town,
Canvassing the business linns for ad
vertisements lor the Sentinella, a
microscopical and anonymous Portu
guese slaet wi'.hout a rcspon-ihlc
editor, which is gratuitously given
away to the public in order to makt
them read its slanderous attacks on
lespectable citizens. Now we do not
object to anyone cauvnssing for pub
lie help, but wBat we do object to, is.
that the above canvassing should be
made specially on the patrons of our
paper, under the pretence that the
well-known, popular and decent
Portuguese newspaper, the Uniao-Lusltana-IIawaiiana,
its publication. We waut the public
and especially the business men to
know, through your valuable assist
ance, that the Uniao has not sus
pended its publication and does not
intend to, but that it is more lively
and more extensively read than any
Portuguese paper hitherto published
in this city, as shown by its size and
its 28 columns crammed 'with news
and advertisements. And any further
misrepresentation about our paper
will be prosecuted according to law.
With thanks, we remain, Mr. Editor,
very respectfully, etc.
For the editors of the Uniao Lusi-taua-IIawaiiana.
J. S. Ramos, Adm.
Fancy Ice Bricks at the "Elite."
I'm. meet vou at the Brunswick.
March 17th is pioclaimed a public
Pi.ka.sant furnished room with bath
C. J. MoCakthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale. 3-tf
Thk Brunswick are the only Billiard
Put lorn in town. G-tf
Mn. W. II. Rickard has been ap
pointed School Agent for Hamakua.
Aftuk shaving ubc Cucumber Skiu
Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Siindukn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
A si'KCiAL meeting of the Honokaa
Sugar Co. is called for Saturday at F.
A. Schaefcr it Co.'s office.
Deuciouk coil'ee and chocolate will
be served every morning early at tho
l'alaee Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigscn,
.fe Cion, Hotel stieet. 1-tf
Pakticjiiaiis of an audience of the
(jueen had by the American Minister,
and (he Admiral and personal and
ollicial stalls, and officers of (he U. S.
Ilagship ban Francisco appear offi
ciallv. WELL WITHIN THE LAW.
Magistrate You are charged, sir,
with selling liquor on Sundays.
Prisoner Never sold a drop,
"But here is a reputable witness
who entered your saloon by the back
door last Sunday, culled for a drink,
received a bottle and glass, poured
out a liberal quantity, drank it, and
paid for it."
"Does he say it waslicker, Jedge?"
"He says it tasted like liquor."
"Well, .ledge, Pin a law-abidin'
citizen, 1 am. That there feller Hied
to break th' law by buyin' licker of
me, but 1 didn't sell him licker, no,
"What did you sell him?"
"It was a temperance drink, Jcdge,
made up of turpentine an' kerosene,
red pepper an' such things, Jedge.
It wasn't licker, Jedge, it only tasted
like it." New York Weekly.
FROM HOTEL DELLOHE.
Mr. C. W. Reed, proprietor of the
Hotel Dcllone, Omaha, one of the
finest naw h1 modern hotels in the
west, saj's of Chamberajn'3 Pough
Remedy: "We have used Jt jn pur
famijy far years wjth the most satis
factory result, especially for our
children, for colds and croup. It can
he depended upon ; besides ' it is
pleasant to take andsoems to be free
from chloroform and the oily sub
stances put into many cough mix
tures." 50 cent and SI bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
Anct.on Sues by Lewis J. Levey.
TO-mOKItOVV, March 4lli,
AT If 0'!l,Ot;K A. II., "
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesrooms, for account of ivholu ft
H, In diamond; B,
No. 3946 I Cs obtaining 10 Pes,
Bhck Silk Crepe.
painagcd on voagu of Importation ex
i. C. t.'AJuiueda" 110111 Suu Francisco.
And at 12 o'clock noon,
One California Colt
3 year old unbroken,
bbWIS J. IiEVEV,
300 it Auctioneer,
I bad been troubled five months
witb Dyspepsia. The doctors told
me it was chrome. I Jtatt n luuuess
ifter eating and a heavy load in the
pit of my stomach. I suffered fre
quently from a Water Brash of clear
matter. Sometimes a deathly Sick
ness at the Stomach would overtake
me. Then again I would have the
terrible pains of Wind Colic. At
such times I would try to belch and
could not. I was working then for
Thomas McHeury, Druggist, Cor.
Irwin and Western Ave., Allegheny
City, Pa., in whose employ I had
beeu for seven years. Finally I used
August Flower, and after using just
one botte for two weeks, was en
tirely relieved of all the trouble. I
can now eat things I dared not touch
before. I would like to refer you to
Mr. McHenry, for whom I worked,
who knows all about my condition,
and from whom I bought the medi
cine. I live with my wife and family
at 39 James St., Allegheny City.Pa.
Signed, John D. Cox.
C. G. GREEN Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A
March 17, 1892
1 YACHT RACE 1st Class.
Couuse, (to be published later.)
2 YACHT RACE 2d Class.
Couuse, (to be published later.)
Yachts will assemble off the foot of
I.chua Avenue in Pearl City Peninsula
at D A. m.
A preparatory gun will be tired on the
Judge's boat at "JiISO A. m. The starting
gun will be tired at 10 a. m. sharp.
The start will be a (lyinp one; the
time of each yacht being taken as she
crosses tho Hue, but no yacht ebatl be
allowed more than fen minutes within
which to start aHcr the signal to start
lias been given.
Time allowance one minute to tho ton.
Each yacht must carry at her malutop
111:1st head, a distinguishing Hag of a
suitable size, which must net be hauled
down unless she gives up the race.
Each yacht shall carry (lining the ra"c
no more than the usual auchois and
chains, which must not be used as ship
ping ballast or for altering the I rim uf
the yacht No bags of shot shall lie 011
board and all baliaSt shall be properly
ftoiycri under tho platforms or in loekers
and bhall not be shipped or trimmed In
any way whatever during the race,
No restriction as to quantity of sail.
Couuse, (to be published later.)
1-FOUK-OARED BOATS Si.iiiino
Couiwic, (to bo published lat-r.;
N. B. The Regatta Itaees will lie
under the rules adopted by tho Hawaiian
Itowln? & Yachting Association.
In all races, two or more boatu must
start to make u race.
The rowing races will lake place at 1
o'clock i m. sharp.' ' '
The signal gun will be Hied from the
Judge's stand at 12, "30 o'clock
Signal for the competing boat to as
i'inb)u at t)ie Marling line will be the
lliing of a gun 11) ii)miles before ll)o
sttu t of each race,
tSf I.Istof entiles will be opon at the
oflieo of the Siri'UltiNTKKDisNT of the
Oahu Railway & Land Co., until 12
o'clock noon, March 15, 189a.
Prizes lor the above Dace are now on Exhi
bition at the PACIFIC II .RDWARE
CO.'S STORE, Fjrt Slroot.
TRAINS vylll leave UqiioIiiIi; for Pearl
Harbor at 7 j30, 0, 10,' 11, 12 A. .,
and 1,2,3,4 and -haul-, m.
KETURNING will leave Pearl Harbor
for Honolulu EVERY HOUR.
Popular Rates of Faro:
ItlOllAStn A. McUUMDY,
issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid lis members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOl.1 ARS,
Its New Distribution Policy Is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Cotnpanj.
IST For full particulars apply to
J. !-. MZiht BO.
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'D.
DOOlt MATS. DOUR MATS.
Rubber,- superior quality ; lettered
"Aloha," Welcome," and plain
Cocoanut Mats,' a desirable assort
Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. BSr Call and examine our stock. '
Auction Sales bj James F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of Stocks
On Fit ID AY. March 4 th,
Jx.T J a NOON.
At my Salesroom, Qni'i-n street, 1 will
sell at Pulili Miction,
20 Shares Wild-n's Steamship
10 Shares Iuter-Ialand Stonm
50 Shares Hawaiian Tot &
$25 Per Share Paid Up.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
33!) lit Auctioneer.
AMfliSMOr'S Mu!i6aiu ia Assets during six
IJy order of G. Trousseau, Adminis
trator, with the will annexed of Ills lute
..! ... ,r..l.., T ...Ml -11 . 1V.1.1!.. '
iUujeM i;imituuu, x win feuu ;it J. iiuiiu
Auction, ut my Salesroom, Queeu street,
On SATURDAY, March 5.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON",
LAUD AT A1EA, EWA, OAHU,
lloyal Patent 785; Uoval Patent 287(1. 1
37-100 acres, and Itoyal Patent 7fln, yz
acre, 3 chains and 33-100. Deed fiom
.7. S. McGrcw and wife, Liber 70, Kolio
2!) I O-G aero subject to lease to .1.
Humphreys; rent $10 per annum; ex
pires Sept. 1, 18'JU.
if This will be offered at an upset
price or 32,."00.
TEItMS CASH. Deeds at purchaser's
JAS. F. MOKGAN.
!!.)4 8t Auetioiiper.
Aqua-Marine Bench. Lots !
On SATURDAY, MarrhSlli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, 1 will
sell at Public Auction,
SIX BE A.0H LOTS
Itoyonil Ivnploln.nl Iui'lc.
Tlfi'so Lots, varying from one-imlf
to seven-tenths of an acre, are ad
vantiigcously situated, heliiffjusi beyond
the Park, and lyin between the Dia
mond Head road mid tho sea. Govern
ment water Is laid on along the front of
these Lots oii'lhe road. The beach Is of
Koft white sand, and the reef Is famous
for delicious Hsh of various kinds,. which
The title is fee simple, and terms are
cash, or one-half cash and the bulaucu
on mortgage at 8 percent for one or two
years. Deeds at thu expense of pur
chasers. 86T A chart of the Lots Is on exhibi
tion at my Salesroom,
5 These Lots are marked, by
eoruer stakes, giving t)io iumbois.
351 lit Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Jewelry & Clocks!
By order of PA I KKK & CO.. I will
sell at Public Auction at their Store, No.
!I7 Niuiiimi street.
On TUUltHDAY, March 10,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31 .
THEIK ENTIItK STOCK OP
Gold ami jM (Jewelry,
WATCHES and CLOCKS,
Hloro Fixtures, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
357 Ut Auctioneer.
When you winit a Portrait
Enlarged call on Kinj; Bros.,
tr.et'fhofr nrico list untl nee
suuiplcM. They piin't ip tfeat.
P. IK CORSETS
Jusl Kwi'ivwl a Full Line of 1 D. (JOKSETS it
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T HE BEAT ! 5 0 C T S . IT CAN'T BE BEAT !
SUPT. PIEECE'S REPORT
ew York Life
Extracts from the "New York
Insurance Deiktmi:nt of tiih State of New York,
Albany, N. Y., January lUth, 1892.
Pursuant to statute, and by request of the Company's Board of
Trustees, the undersigned, Superintendent of the Insurance Department
of the State of New York, has caused an examination of the conditions' and
affairs of the New York Life Insurance Company to be" made by the Deputy
Superintendent of this department.
THE COMPANY IS SOCVENT,
The most satisfactory result appearing in this report is the conclusion
readied that this great and useful institution of our State, whose business
interests and relations extend and arc being advanced in nearly every Statp
of our Union and in 60 many of the civilized countries of the world, and
whose 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 sura of S6,QJi,
1'Aii '.i'.i accrued upon its general account, and !jjS,670.5U9.50 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?
This examination was made as of June 30th, 1891, and on that dale
wc flud that its assets and liabilities were as follows:
ApprnUed value of ic-il estate owned bv the Compaqy, as
jier Exhibit 1 .' $ 1:1,225,038 5ij
Loans on bond and mortgage (lirat lions) on real estate,
us per Exhibit 20,825,-183Jjl
Loans secured by pledge of bondn, slocks, or other niarket-
able collaterals, as per Exhibit 3 11,509,500 00
Premium notes, loans, or liens on policies in forcu, the re
serve on each of such policies being in excess of all
indebtedness (hereon us per Exhibit -1 '138,808 00
Mtukcl value of bonds, slocks, and securities owned abso
lutely, us pur Exhibit 5 75,010,049 92
Cash in Company's office 14,092 06
Cash in bank, except iixed deposits in foreign countries, '" ''
included in item f 3,010,091 52
Interest duo and accrued on boudn and inortgagcs "427,210 31
(iiosH premiums duo and unreported on policies
in foroo ,89,577
Gross deferred premiums on policies in force. . 'IJ(ii,G18
Annuity premiums uncollected ....'... .'.'... 157,091
12. Total $C,801,aiO
13. Deduct 20 per cent loading -on above gross
14. Net amount of uncollected and deferred premiums 4,013,453 00
Total assets : . .if 120,7 10,090 01
1. Net present value- of all tho outstanding policies in force
on tho 30th day of Juno, 1891, computed according to
iii uuiiiiieu oxperieueo mine
cent, ihtoiesl. . .1
Deduct not value of lisks-of this
other solvent 'companies
Net reinsurance reserve
Claims, for mat tired endowments
Claims for death losses awailiuc
Amounts due uml unpaid on annuity clitics
Liability on account of lapsed policies
Pu'iuiunis paid in udvanco
Total liabilities on policy-holders' account., .
Gros surpliiB on policy-holders' account. . . .
Estimated surplus, accrued on
tho pmllts upon which are especially received for that
class of policies 8,070,539 GO
Estimated surplus accrued on all othor policies () 038 130 33
It is with great satisfaction that wo aie able to report, as shown in the
above statement, that the Company is perfectly solvent. t
fiigned, ' JAMflS 1.'PIEI(CK, SfinerinUntleni. .
MICIIAKL SHANNON, Deputy Siiperinteinhnt.
The Now York Insurance Commlsilonor's Report prom thai ihe NEW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE CO. has a larger Surplus than Is claimed by any other purely mutual lite
Insurance company In the world.
G moral Agml lor the IlawJlui LI add;.
nmrfcwif wmr ripwiwwi
OF NEW YORK.
T II V.
mmh of nearly $0,000,000.
Times" of January 23d, 1892.
oi mortality, with'-r per
. ';' !ji 105,010.324 00
Company reinsured in' ' ' "
( 402,120 0Q
due and unpaid ,. 39,019 OQ
, .1100,002,014 81
, . 14.708,075 83
. 120,7 10,090 (II
Tonliuu or other nolicics.