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Whereas, by a decision of the
Honorable A. KniDcis Judd, Chief
Justice of the Supietne Court, the
result of the Election for Repieseut
ntivo to the Legislature of 1892, fiotii
the District of Noith Hilo, Island of
Hawaii, 1ms been declared a tie vote
and the seat vacant:
Now therefore, by virtue of the
power vceil in nic by Law, I do
hereby give notice that a Special
Election for Kepresenlative will be
held in the said District of North
Hilo, Island ol Hawaii, on WED
NESDAY, the 13th day of Apiil,
189U, between the hours of 8 o'clock
a. uiM and 5 o'clock p. m. :
The Third District of Hawaii
(North Hilo) consists of that pot lion
of Hilo and Hainnkua, from the 11a
kalau Gulch to the bed of the lvala
pahapuu Gulch in llauiakua, (be
tween Ivtikamu anil Kainehe) to in
clude all of Kukaiau.
First Pieeinct Kroin llakalan
Gulch to the llauiakua bide of Lau
Polling Place Court IIoihc Lau
pahoclioc. Inspectors -E. W. llainaril,
D. K. Makuakane,
Specially appointed for Election
Day Ben. 1$. Aluuy,
B. W. Kahaleohu.
.second Precinct From Laupahoe
hoti Gulcli to Kalapapuu Gulch.
Polling Place Kaula Church.
Inspectors -George F. Kenton,
Specially appointed tor Election
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, March 12, 1892.
30S IU-11 -It
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of deepening the
channel at the entrance to Honolulu
harbor the Dreilgei will be in opera
tion night and d.iy. At night there
will be u dangoi signal pl.iei tl on the
foiwnrd dernek of Diedgei about .'SO
feet above i-ea leul, whicli e.m be een
by all vessels approaching the h.ultor.
The signal consists lied Red
of tbieo red lights
and a white light
as in the diagram, White
the red lights being
about .'J feet ap.ut
with the white light
in the center. ed
All bteameis ciossing the bar will
stop at .1 safe distance from the Dred
ger and gie one blast, of their whistle
which will bo answeied by a single
blast fiom the Ihedger, to ho fol
lowed by three blasts fiom the Dredg
er when the passage is clear ami they
The Tug will be on band when not
oiherwiseenganed to assist sailing cr.ift
in passing the Diedgei when neces
niiry. U. N. Kl'HNCKR,
."Minister of the Inteiior.
Intel ior Ollice, Maie-h '.), 1892.
Honolulu, II. I., Dee. 2, 1801.
Holders' of water privileges', or thoso
paying water nites, me hoieby noti
fied that tlio hours for using water for
irrigation pui poses mio from (i to 8
o'clock a, .m., and I to (i o'clock v, ai.
until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Hupt. Honolulu ater Works.
0. N. Sl'KNOKH,
Minister of the Inlojior.
Mr. John Stupjilubeen lias this day
been commissioned as Inspector of
ICoiosonu Oil foi tho Colleotion Din
tiiol of Hilo.
Jl. A. WIDEMANN,
Minister of Financo.
Finance Department, Miucli 8, '92,
Jl, Lose, JCi-q., has thisday been ap
pointed Notary Public for the First
Judicial Oiicuit of the Kingdom,
0. N. Kl'KNOER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interioi Oflice.Mar. 11, 18U2.
A, Komi, Esq., has this day been
appointed Notaiy Public for the Firnt
Judicial Oirmiit of tlie Kingdom.
0. N. Sl'KNCKR, J
Minister of the Interior.
Jntuiior OIU'io, March 12, 18U2.
PlrdQfil to nnthrr Sect nor Party,
lint utabluhed for the benefit of all,
MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1802.
The Advertiser speaks of David 13.
Hill's contriving to send a solid dele
gation for himself to Minneapolis.
Not much use in the Democratic boss
doing that the Republicans would
hardly let his delegation into their
The slayer of the snake on Satur
day is a public benefactor. Centi
pedes, scorpions and nioquitos are
pests enough, in the category of
noxious creatures, without having
serpent9 introduced into the Paradise
of the Pacific.
The holiday on the 17th next
Thursday should be made a general
one. As the Government otllces will
all be closed business will be practi
cally suspended, and this is a good
time of year for all classes to have
an outing. The railway company
has gone to much expense to provide
amusement for the day, and that of a
kind that has always been popular in
Mr. Oleson did not undertake to
i tin all oi any of the plantations of
the country on his advocated system.
He simply in an able way submitted
ideas of an alternative to the present
contract labor system, for practical
men to consider and, if seeming to
them practicable, submit to the test
of practice. At the same time he
gave evidence of the successful woik
ing of the proposed system else
where. All the deLails of efficient
execution can only be discovered by
experience. Objectors to the propo
sition by piecemeal are of all the
There is no need of running down
one advertising medium for reaching
eligible tourists in order to advocate
other mediums. "Vistas of Hawaii"
iB h woik of art that is bound to at
tract attention wherever it goes. The
present discussion has suggested an
idea for gettiug the country well
written up abroad, which is hereby
respectfully submitted to the tourist
tiavel boomers. Nearly a thousand
American editors are to hold a con
vention in San Francisco in May. If
they are given notice in time to make
their ariangements, overtures so fa
vorable might be made to them as to
hi ing a large party of these editors
here. All who would come might be
depended on to give the attractions
of the country a first-class write-up
in their icspective jouina's.
Such a concern as the Hawaiian
Fruit and Taro Company ought to be
made to succeed. A greatly improv
ed piocess for drying fruit is report
ed to have b':en invented. With
serious competition threatening our
fresh banana market in California,
anything that promises the utilization
of our pioduction, in a preserved
form for export, should be eagerly
investigated. This was one of the
orig.nal lines entered by the Fruit
and Taro Company, but only a few
trial shipments of diied bananas were
made till it was abandoned, llanana
Hour, as has been rcpoited, is now
enquired after in the London market,
anil if the company could secure the
process for its manufacture, as well
as for the dried article, its slock
might go up to a premium instead of
selling, as it did to-day, at 95 per
SUPREME COURT IN BANCO.
The following cases were argued
and submitted in the Supreme Court
in banco to-day, before Chief Justice
Judd and Associate Justices llickcr
lou and Dole:
Regina vs. All Kiao, attempt at
rape, exceptions from Fourth Cir
cuit. Deputy Attorney - (ienoral
Creighton for the prosecution; W.
O. Smith lor the defense.
Regina vs. Jas. Gay, violation of
the election law in not making ic
turiib. Deputy Attorney-General
for the prosecution ; P. Nuuinann tor
A. S. Cleghorn, Collector of Cus
toms, vs. 500 honks' of opium pills.
Deputy Attorney.General for the
piosecution; P. Neumann for the de
fense. .Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
leiuarknblo cure of rheumatism theie
as follows: "The wife of Mr. Win.
Pruitt, the Postmaster here, had been
bed-ridden with ilieumatisni for sev
oi al years, She could gel nothing
to do her any good. We sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's pain Halm
and she was completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to her to
veiify this statt uient." ."iO cent hot
ties lor sale by all dealers. Ilenson,
Smith it Co., Agents,
'THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-28
A columns of liiteiestlng rcadiiu;
mutters. Mailed to loreien countries.
IS; Islands 4. '
LAND AND STOCKS.
Aqua t!nilni I,,hk Notil.-llnwallnn
Turn Low Dint u.-Mortcitgi'n lie.
The sale of the Aqua Maiinc lots,
lands under foreclosure of mortgages
and stocks took piace Ibis noon at
the salesroom of J. F. Morgan. Tho
first offered wn Mio 708 shares of
Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co. stock.
Mr. W. O. Smith's bid of $1 a share
had no opposition and the slock wa9
knocked down to him.
Great interest was centered in the
sales of the Aqua Marine lots at
W.dkikl. These lots had been widely
advertised and as they are situated
on a charming beach, affording a
magnificent view of the ocean and u
stretch of coast, they attracted much
interest. The first thiee lots Nos.
tl, 1 and fl - were knocked down to
Hon. Geo. C. Ueckley and Sam.
Mahelona for S500 each. A native
named Katikaliu secured lot No. G
for 85-10, and lot No. 8 was bid in by
Dan Mackenzie for S550.
Then ensued the sales under fore
clostnes of mortgage, in whicli Mr.
W. J. Castle as attorney figured. A
piece of land on Emma street, was
sold to Mrs. L. lveaweamahi. A
piece of land on Kauai anil another
on Hawaii were sold to different
parties. Mr. Castle, who was pres
ent, gave all desited particulars re
garding the lauds. These latter sales
nmotinted to S7C0.
NEW YORK LIFE.
The New York Life Insurance
Company lias had its full share, both
of criticism and of praise, during
the past year. Tho lecent examina
tion of the Insurance Department
showed it to be in excellent financial
condition, with a suiplus June SO of
nearly fifteen million dollars. The
election early in 1892 of Hon. John
A. McCall, as President of the Com
pany, removed whatever doubt may
have been felt as to the future man
agement of the Company, and no
company now offers better guarantees
to the intending insurer than the
New York Life: Its annual report,
published in another column, shows
a large business for 1891, notwith
standing the criticisms to which it
has been subjected. One hundred
and fifty-two million dollars in new
insurance, thirty-one millions in in
come, anil over twelve millions paid
policy-holders, are big figures for any
company under the most favorable
circumstances. The ieporl shows
an increase of five million dollars in
assets, and of nearly half a million
in surplus, between June 30 and
December 31. Evidently tho New
York Iife has not ceased to be a
HAWAII BASEBALL LEAGUE.
l-'our Cliilm In Cnntt-Ht In 11,.. Coming;
At a meeting of the Hawaii Base
ball League held at noon to-day an
application for admission to the
League, from the Crescent Base
ball Club, who won the champion--.hip
in the late Amateur baseball
season, was received. After sonic
discussion the Crescents were admit
ted to the league. This will make
the fourth club in the league, which
is now composed of the Honolulu,
Kaineuamcha, Hawaii and Ciescent.
The captains of the different clubs
were appointed as a committee to
draft a schedule of games for the
coming season, which will commence
in either the first or second week in
April. No changes will be made in
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A hnaki: four feet four inches long
was killed at the O. S. S. Co.'s wliaif
SatiiMUy aftei noon. The snake waH
seen wiiggling about among some
casks by Hairy Ai milage, who with a
stout stick made quick dispatch of the
reptile. It jo supposed to lime been
.1 "Mowa way" on the fcj. H. Monowni
from the Colonies.
Whh.B the U. S. S. I'eimncolii was
being swung aroind in order to face
her out tho passage her stern struck
tho yacht I clone lying near, causing
tho latter to purl with her mornings
and io drift on to the rocks. A steam
launch from tho U. S. F. S. San Fran
cisco rescued the Helene and lowed
her to the O. S. S Co.'s dock.
"I have just recovered from a sec
ond attack of the grip this year,"
says Mr. Jas. 0. Jones, publisher of
the Leader, Mexia, Texas. "In the
latter case I used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and I think with
considerable success, only being in
bed a little over two days, against
ten days for the first attack. The
second attack I am satisfied would
have been equally as bail as the )rst
but for the use of this remedy, us I
had to go to bed in about six hours
after being 'struck' with it, while in
i he first case I was able to attend to
business about two days before get
ting 'down.'" 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
it Co., Agents.
$500 REWAED !
SOME inesponsiblo niscalt" have oir
eulutid what pui pin Is to bo dip
pings fiom the New York Heiald of
Jiimmiy 25, 1892 Tim article slan
h is the Ni;w YoitK Lifk Insuiianok
OoMi'ANV mid is piohahly the eowaully
woik of competitors The issue of
the New York Herald contains noth
ing like it and no other notice th in
that ('resident lleeis is likely lobe le
taiued. 'I his tends to refute all shtn
ilejH against the Onmptiuy.
I now oiler a rewa id of Five Hun
dred Dollais foi the discoveiy of the
authorship of the lying statement and
foigeiy diUiihutcd in these Islands
concerning tho Ni:w Yokk Like In
0. 0. BURGER,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Isl
ands, 355 lin
"n-o-n THE I
A Farmor nt ily. We live in n
tr, t., plarc where we are
Edom'Toxas' subject to violent
Says: Colds and Lung
Troubles. I have
used German Syrup for six years
successfully for Sore Throat, Cough,
Cold, Hoarseness, Pains in the
Chest and Lungs, and spitting-up
of Blood. I have tticd many differ
ent kinds of cough. Syrups in ray
time, but let tnc say to anyone want
ing such a medicine German Syrup
is the best. That has been my ex
perience. If you use it once, you
will go back to it whenever you
need it. It gives total relief and is
a quick cure. My advice to every
one suffering with I.ung Troubles is
Try it. You will soon be con
vinced. In all the families vhere
your German Syrup
is used we have no
trouble with the
Lungs at all. It is
the medicine for this
G. G. (JRhT-N.Solc Mau'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
Auction Sales Dy James F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, Mar. 10,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At the Resilience of Mr. O Ucnun, No.
31 Ueiet'inla street near Nuiiatitu 1 will
sell at Public Auction, the Household
Wet Holsters! Lome,
Eay Chairs. Rocker.
Large Carpet. Rugs,
Hanging Lamp-, CnrtidiH,
8. W. Marbletop Bedroom Set,
I'ine Heihooiu Set,
1 Wintluop .Ntovo, Etc., Ktc
JAS. F. MORGAN,
!!05 Gt Auctioneer.
SALE OF THE
Union Iron Works Property
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
By order of A. J. C.utwright, V. F.
Allen and V. O. Smith, Receivers of
the Union lion Works Conip.iny, and
I'nihtee.s, under two certain Deeds of
Trust of B.iid Conip.iny dated iCbpeet
ively the 2'Jlh day of December, A.
D. 1890, and the Dili day of Octi her,
A. I). 1891, and rectiided in the llegib
tiy of Deeds in baid Honolulu, in
Book 132 on pages 21 to 2-1, and in
Book i:U on pages :i32 to .137, I will
cell at Public Auction
On SATURDAY, March JO,
AT l O'CLOCK MIO.V
At my Salesioom, in Queen btreel,
Honolulu, II. I.,
All of Hie Properly of the Union lion
Voiks Company now in (he po-ige
lion of the hitiil Keeciveis and Trus
tees, including its
Plant, Stock, Merchandise and
But excepting its contracts, account!-,
and choacs in action, being, except us
above mentioned, all of tho Pioperly
gianled to said Tiustees by s.iid
Deeds of Ti list.
Tho taiil Piopeity will be offered
for bale at the uptel juice of $i:),,r)00.
An inventory of the Properly is
open for inspection at my said tales
loom. JAS. F. MORGAN,
Just arrived by Steamers "Oceanic" and
Large & Selected Lot of Goods!
Silk it Crepe for Lady's Dicss,, Ilanil
kei chiefs, Eiubroideieil Fans, Very
Handsome beiceiiB in Hlk t Satin,
Showy Flow er J'ots it Va-es, Tea,
ltieakfat A; Desert Sets with lino
aitistle design, UmbrelUs, ItllmN,
Lueiiii'ieil bunds for corner ami
wall, Lady's iV Geul's .Made Dres.-e,
Toys, Straw, llaiuhoo it Palm Jlnt-i
ami Ilehiii'th, Bamboo Waie, Tea
Tables, Matches, Trays, Umbrella
Stand. Walking Canes, IJruslius it
Truys, Paper Napkins Hau, Jtu
zors, Cabhiuts, etc., ete.
I VERY HANDSOME PAIR VASES
Also In splendid condlliou
Natural Scented Tea High Lilu Wulers,
Importer & Doaler In Japinrse Gon'l Produce
.1. M. in: sa i: SIIA'A, Piop.
Honolulu, II, I,
V FINAL dixlilcud W now payable
tlie StoekliohlciM of Hut Mini- M
Co., at the ollleo of tba Agents, Win. (1
Irwin it Co., (ld).
WM. U. IHWIN,
For Mouldings, Fninujs,
Pastels, A rtotynuH, lMioto
Knmirop, JSujhingH and
overfilling hi tho lino oi"
pictures, go to King Bros.,
IUTUJIL LIFE INSURANCE CO, OF NEW Y0M.
IBtlHA.Kl A. McUUKDY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It haa paidlts momhcrs stnee its orgainzntion THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOL1 ARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ov,r offered by any Insurance Company.
1ST For full particulars apply to
,.01 ?. 13. KOSPC,
mhiii .I, , , Ociiernl Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
March 17, 1892 1 TELLING ""FIGURES ""
PROGRAMME AKT I.
1 YACHT HACK 1st Class.
Codksi:: Stsu thur from a line drawn
In extension ot the IV-irl City wharf,
down the main ehiinm-l. to the I'nouth of
the liubnr, near the n-cf. taklnjr around
the stake boat; thence up tho main chan
nel to th-Hononliiili l..i-h, iiimIiu llono
ullull Loch to and talking aioinul a xtake
boat at the bead of ibis l.och opposite
Kobiiison's lauding; thence out of the
Honoiilhili l.och up (In- in tin elriuiicl,
passing between Ford's Islam and the
.Mamma Peninsula, to the wimlwaid of
Ford's Island; tlienee down the channel
lying east of Ford's If land making a cir
cuit of Foul's Island; thence to the
point of eoniiiietieeiiient.
2 YACHT ItACH 2d Ci.a.s.s.
Couusk: Starting fiom a line ill awn
In extension of tin- Pearl Citv wliaif.
down the main channel, to the mouth of
the haibnr, near the leef, lai-kiui; around
the stake boat; thence up the main chan
nel, passing between Ford's Island and
the Alumina I'cuinsnla, to tlie wimlwaid
of Ford's Island; llieneu down the chan
nel lvhig Kast of Foul's Island m.ikiii"
theciiciiit of Foul's Island; thence to
the point of commencement.
II YACHT HACK lid Class. For
Open Boats under 18 feet luimth.
lht Prize, $20; 2d Prio, 10.
Couksk: From skirting point, same
as in Races 1 and 2, to windward of
h oid's Island, making ciicuit of s.dd
Island, thence to point of commence
ment. achls will assemble off the foot of
Lehua Avenue in Pearl City Peninsula
al !) a. M.
A pioparntory gun will be liied on the
.Judge's boat at !:H0 a. m. '1 he stalling
gun will lie Hied at 10 a. m. -imp.
The tait will be a llviug one; tlie
time of each yacht being taken as she
ciosses the line, but no yacht shall be
allowed moie than (en minutes within
which to htait aUer tlie Igna to utait
has been given.
Time allowance ono minute to the ton
for 2d Class Yachts. Ibt Class Yachts
as per schedule.
Eneh yacht must c u ry ather maintop
mast head, a di-tinguishiug nag of a
suitable size, which inut not be hauled
down tuile-s she gives up the iaee
Kaeh yacht shall cairy dining the in 'e
no moie ili.ni the usual auehois and
chains, which must not bo iii-ed as ship
ping ballast or for altering lliutiimof
the yacht No bags of shot sh ,n i,,. ,,
bu.ii dam all ballast shall be properly
stowed under the platfonns or in looker
ami shall nut be shinpcd i r trimmed in
any way whatever dining the nice.
.No lesliictiun as to quautiiy of sail.
J SIX-OAKKD 1IOATS Smiii.no
CouifjBi-Stiiitingfioina line drawn
In extension of the Pen i Ity wharf, to
and loniid a stake boat at tlie head of
Naiplo Koch, thence io the point of
r FOUIJ-OAHKD HOATS Smhiko
Couitsi:. Hinnens inJtaceXo. I.
(i SIX-OAIIKI) IJOA I'H Sta-i ion
ahv Si:atk. 1st Prize, .20; 2d
Coijie.sk: .Same lis in n-.wi iinnix. I
eoiioo to be pulled over twice.
N. . The Hegattii Races will ))0
under the niles adopted by the Hawaiian
Rowing A; Yachting Association; copies
nuii.il can lie. ouuillieil iroin IV, (J.
In all r.iciv, two or more boats mut
stall to imikii a race.
The lowing nice,, will lake place at I
o eloek i; m. shnip.
The signal gun will be tired fiom the
Judge's siaiid al 1S;:io o'clock
higuid for 'be computing boats to as
semble at the stinting line will be the
tiling of a gun 10 inliiiiiea befoic lliu
stait of each iaee.
Olffird, dipt. .1. A. King J
Ti.ii.Ki:i.n:ii,: -,,, liubash, y, p..
t&T l.isi of cnti cs ill bo open at the
Olllcu of the .MM'Kltl.VICMIKNT of the
Oaiiu Railway a- Land Co., until 1U
o'clock noon, Maich l.r, l&'JL'.
Prizvs lor tin abovd Races are now on Exhi
bition at tho PACIFIC HMIDWARE
CO.'S bTORc, Fort Street.
TRAINS will leave Honolulu for Peail
llnibor nt 7::u, n, 10, n, pj A. .m
mid 1, '.', .1, I ami li.'IU i. m.
KKTUjjXINQ will leave Pearl Harbor
for Honolulu KVKRY HOUR.
Popular Rates of Fare :
'jfTi 7 Wit,
v a o
lew York Life
BUSINESS OF 1891..
Premium Income 8 2e.2fi6.27fi JO
Interest, Rents, etc 5,5.18,727 08
Trust Deposits 4()192 gQ
TOTAL INCOME i" 81,854,194
Heath-Claims ? 0,087,020 70
Endowments and Annuities 2 438 .p9 37
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc 4,146440 81
TOTAL TO POLICY-HOLDERS SP2,G7l,4)0 g8
New Policies Issued . . . .' '. 52 74G
New Insurance Written .'.'. .'.' '." V..'.'. .8152,664,982 00
CONDITION JAN. 1, 1892.
ASSKTS S125,947,200 81
Liabilities, 4 per cent. Standard $110,806,207 50
f"PU,V:, 815,141,023 31
Polices ,n torce ?
Insurance in Force $614,824,713 00
Growth of the Company During the
Past Eleven Years.
NEW INSURANCE ISSUED.
In the year 1880 g 22,229,979 00
In the year 1885 0,521,452 00
In the year 1891 152,664,982 0(1
In the year 1880 $ 8,904,719 41
In the year 1885 16,121,172 74
In the year 1891 31,854,194 98
INSURANCE IN FORCE.
January 1, 1881 8135,726,916 00
January 1, 1880 259,074,500 00
January 1, 1892 014,824,713 00
January 1, 1881 $ 43,183,934 81
January 1, 188(5 66,864,321 32
January 1, 1892 125,947,290 81
January 1, 1881 C,047,202 81
January 1, 1880 10,188,215 90
January 1, 1892 15,141,023 31
In the year 1880 s 4,499,83! 24
In tho year 1885 7,681,878 75
In the year 1891 12,671,490 88
General Agent for the HtwdiliD Wands."
P. D. CORSETS
JiiBt Keceived n Full Line of P. D. CORSETS at
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZBS.
COMK AND HUB TUB CORSET WE ARE OKFKRING AT
IT CAN'T RE HEAT I 5 Q (J S . 1T CAN'T 1JK AT I
fKfll nftiHft lliHiluM
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