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I BY AUTHORITY.
Bi'Reav of Customs, J
Honolulu, II. I., March 15, 1892. J
SEALED TENDERS will be re
ceived at the office o the Collector
Oenernl ot Customs until MONDAY,
the 21st of March, at 12 o'clock noon,
for the Punting and Binding of the
ColleetorV Annual Report for 1SH1.
Specimens of the wotk to be done
can be seen ut the Custom House.
The Collector of Customs does not
hind himself to accept t lie lowest or
A S CLEG HORN,
Whereas, by a decision of the
Honorable A. Francis .Ituld, Chief
.lu&tiee of the Supieine Court, the
result of the Election for Represent
ative to the Legislature of 1892, from
the District of Noith Hilo, Island of
Hawaii, has been declaicd a tie vote
and the seat vacant :
Now therefore, by virtue of the
powei vested in nie by Law, 1 do
hereby jivc notice that a Special
Election for Representative will lie
held in the said District of North
Hilo, Island of Hawaii, on WED
NESDAY, the llllli day of Apiil,
181i?. between the hours of S o'clock
a. in., and 3 o'clock p. in. :
The Third District of Hawaii
(North Hilo) consists of that portion
of Hilo and Hainakua, from the Ila
kalau Gulch to the bed of the Kala
pahapuu Gulch in Hainakua, (be
tweeu Kukaiau and Kaiuelic) to in
clude all of Kukaiau.
First Precinct From Uakalau
Gulch to the Ilamakua side of Lau
Polling Place Court House Lau
pahochoc. Inspectors E. W. Barnard,
D. K. Makuakaue,
Specially appointed for Election
Day Ben. B. Macy,
B. W. Kahalcohu.
becond Precinct From Luupahoc
- hoe Gulch to Kalapapuu Gulch.
"Polling Place Kaida Church.
Inspectors George F. Renton,
appointed lor Election
C. N. 'SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, March 12, KSU2.
3G8 :3t-ll It
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Dm in,' the pioeossof deepening the
channel at the entiance to Honolulu
harbor the Dredgei will be m opera
tion night and day. At night there
will be a danger signal placed on the
forwaid denick uf Dredger about 'M
feet aboe oe.i level, which can be seen
by nil vessels appio.iehing the harbor.
The dignal consists Red Red
of thiee red lights
and a while light
ab in the diagram,
the led lights being
about I! feel apail
with the white light
in the center.
All hteameiB closing the bar will
stop at a safe distance fioni the Dred
ger and give one blast of their whistle
which will be unswoied by u single
blast fioni the Diedger, to be fol
lowed by tlueo blasts fiom the Dredg
er when the passage is clear and they
Tho Tug will hu on hand when not
otherwise engaged to assist sailing craft
in passing tho Diedger when neces
miy. 0. N. HPENl ER,
Minister ol the Inlciioi.
lnteiioi Ollien, Maieh '., !h!)2.
Honoi.ui.ij, H. I., Dec. 2, 1801.
Hohlcie of watei pihilcgce, or those
paying water 4,ites, are hoieby noti
fied that tliu holm foi using water foi
irrigation purposes am from (i to 8
o'clock a. M., and 1 to (I o'clock i .M.
until fuither notice.
JOHN 0, WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woikc.
0. N. Sl'KNOKJl,
Minister of the lnlojior.
A, Rosa, Esq., has this day been
appointed Notary Public for the First
Judicial Circuit' of the Kingdom.
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Jijlcjjor Oili'jc, Muicli 12, JSU2,
L'LLJim WiiuLJiM'Ma WIIMHIIU'HIK1 1-.'L''""'WMii.iimwJ Hujiwwwwww
Pursuant to a resolution of the
l.ogislatio Assembly passed .May 4,
1882, tho Ilirtlidny of KauiHutneha
11!., March 17th, will he observed as a
National Holiday, and all Govrrumenl"
Ofllees throughout tlie Kingdom will
be closed on that da) .
C. N." SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Iulerlor Olllce, Mareli 10, 1892
Plcilerd to unihtr Sect nor Party,
Hut established tor thr brnrtit of all.
TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1892.
Correspondents should never for
get the rule that their faors should
be accompanied by Hie author's
name in confidence. The letter of
"X. Y. Z." will he gladly inserted
whenever this rule is obseived.
A comical incident repotted at the
Police Station of two natives bring
ing in deserting sailors by force of
arms shows that sailor-hunting un
der the stimulus of rewards is liable
to be eanied to dangerous extremes.
A symposium of American opiniou
on the sugar bounty, which will be
found very inteiesling, and an edi
torial commenting thereon, would
have appeared to-day, but that the
original story contributed by a cor
respoiuk'Ht has run longer than anti
cipated. It is funny that most of those wise
people who are demolishing inonatch
ical institutions with their prodigious
pens have not learned to spell the
word "monarchical." The mis-spelling
is hardly accidental, either, be
cause it is the rule and not the ex
ception with those writers and their
A London despatch to the Austra
lian press states that a Pacific isl
ands syndicate has been registered
w ith a capital of "00,000. The di
rectors are the Earl of Albemarle,
Mr. J. S. Balfour, M. P., and the
Marquis Saint Yves, and the manag
ing directors, Mr. John Iliggmson
and Mr. Joseph Ebbsmith. The ob
ject of the syndicate is to acquire
I mineral rights and lands in the New
lleuiules, rscw (Jaicuoma, anil otner
islands in the Pacific, and to enter
upon fiuitrgrowing, banking opera
lions, and all kinds of exploration
and mercantile business.
A CURIOUS CASE.
John It. Griflith, a sailor on the
whaler Northern Light, has written
a letter to the American Consul, con
fessing that he and two other young
men were the perpetiators of a train
lobbery at Pixley, California, in 1889,
wheieiu the fireman and one passen
ger were murdered. The self-accused
murderer wanted to be taken
into custody by the Consul and sent
home to be dealt with by the Cali
fornia authorities. Captain Simmons
of the Northern Light believes the
confession to be a ruse for securing the
confessor's release from the vessel.
Grillllh says one of his accomplices
shipped on the whaler John P. West,
lately burned olf our coasts, and be
lieves he set die to the vessel. The
probability is that the captain is right
in his surmise, as the reason given
by the sailor for making the confes
sion is rather fishy namely, that he
left pioofs of his guilt by accident in
Fresno, which would be surely found
out before lie got back to San Fran
cisco. Consul-General Severance is justly
indignant that a letter, on the face of
it so important to the interests of
justice, should have been published
addiessed as it is to liiui before
it had been shown to him. It appears
that Captain Simmons had shown the
letter to several people about town,
and then given it to the Advertiser
repoilei for publication, before sur
rendering it to the Consul-Geueral.
That i eniarkable "energy" with which
the Advertiser boasts it secured the
letter might well have been accompa
nied by sulllcient coutlosy for asking
the Consul-General's permission to
use a document belonging to his of
fice and by a breach of faith withheld
therelroni. The story might have
hem invested with just as much in
terest without containing the details
that, it theie is anything In the
"sensation," will, when sprung on
the Caiilorniaus by .steamer, enable
the guilty person over there to make
his escape. However, tho chief
blame must lie upon the Captain for
commit ing such a glaring breach of
faith with his country's Consulate.
Din.icioim ci'ilee and chocolate will
bo ccivcd eveiy-niorning early at the
Palace Ico Cream Parlors, Ludwigson,
ifc Cioii, Hotel Btrcel, JL-tf
This is the query per
petually on your little
boy's lips. And be is
no worse than the big
ger, older, balder-head-Lifc
is an interrogation
point. " What is it for?" we con
tinually cry from the cradle to the
grave. So with this little introduc
tory sermon we turn and ask: "What
is August Fwwkr for ?" As easily
answered as asked : It is for Dys
pepsia. It is a special remedy for
the Stomach and I,iver. Nothing
more than this ; but this brimful.
We believe August Flower cures
Dyspepsia. We know it will. We
have reasons for knowing it. Twenty
years ago it started in a small country
town. To-day it has an honored
place in every city and country store,
possesses one of the largest manu
facturing plants in the country and
sells every where. Why is this? The
reason is as simple as a child's
thought. It is honest, does one
thing, and does it right along it
G. G. GUEBN. Sole Man'fr.Woodlmry.NJ.
rpV0 Nicely Fimmlicd
L Itooui centrally located.
Knimiie Itn.i.ETiN Olllce.
COTTAGE TO LET
ON Punchbowl .tieet;
8-JO. Euuulif at
No. til Nuuanii meet
SUITE "f Furnished
Kooins to let. Enquire
Mns. A. M MEIJilS,
101.!,. Foit st , upxtuhs.
VN Unfurnished Room suit
able for a youiiji niiiii,
nicely located near the Palace,
with tin use of a turnlslieU Parlor.
Apply at this olllce. 309 lit
COTTAGE TO LET.
HP UK (oltae
1 street at l
pled b- Rev
V. II. Barnes.
1, 18!)2. For
Possession jjivcti Apu
paiticulars apply to
Mil lin ALEX. J. CAimVRlGllT,
A Partly KuiiilMicu House
opposite the New Uase-
ball Grounds, nitif.nu at the
corner of Piikol and Lnualllo sueets.
Oouifortnbly arranged with hot and cold
water, and other modem Improvements;
will lent furnished or otherwise.
Apply to Oil AS. .1. K1SI1KL.
FOR SALE or LEASE
KbIDENOK on Luualilo
street iiresently oeciijiled
bv Mr. .1. A. Kennedy, con-
lainiiiif double narlois. four bedrooms,
dinlng-ioom, batlnoom, large dlnliif:
rooin, kitchen and pantiy; seivant's
room, stabling. ec, on tear of main
building. Giotinds, 300x105 feet, well
laid out. Vacant on 14th August Lot
:rjo!ning '.100x105 feet may bepineliarfid
on reasonable terms,
K. I. LILLIE,
IG8 tf With Theo. II. Davies & Co.
Hey There !
Hi ing us in a couple of
pounds of those delicious
Brefkfist Sausages !
This is what folks sing out
when they see the Central
Maikei Sausage Wagon
going past their gate. If
you mUi the wagon tele
phone to the Mm Ki-t and
yon will be promptly at
tended to. Ileadeheei-e,
Holoua Sausages and all
kinds of meat always ii
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
JAS, II, LOVE, Proprietor.
.fust ai lived by Steamers "Oceanic" and
Larpo & Selected Lot of Goods!
hllk & Ciepo for Lady's Dress, Hand
kerchiefs, Einbroldeied Fans, Very
Handsome Screens in hilU &Satlu,
Showy Flower Pt & Vn-es, Tea,
Itreakfatt & Des-eit Sets with lino
mtlxHc designs, UmbrelUs, Itlluds,
Laciiired btatidn for coiner and
wail, l-iiiuy'H tv ucui s .iiaue uies-es,
loys, hi raw, isamnoo x. mini uni-
and Helmets, Ramboo Waic, Tea
Tables, Matehe?, 'Tiay, Umbiella
Standi, Walking Canes, Mnishes &
Ti.iys, Paper Napkins. Ita-kels, Ra
oih, CabliietH, etc.. etc.
I VERY HANDSOME PAIR VASES
AIho In splendid condition
Natural Scented Tea. High Life WjIcis,
.IV PAN SOWN ICAZVAEt.
Importer & Dealer In Japinrso Gcn'l Produco
.1. M. in: Sa i: SILVA, Piop.
Hotel Street Honolulu. 11, I,
Al-TKR this dale 1 will not bo res
ponsible (or any debts without
my wiltten older.
Honolulu, March 1.1, 1S1I2. U7U :il
For IMotihlingH, FnunoH,
PnstulH, Arfotypes, PJioto
fravuro", HloIiiiijjH anil
every! liinj,' in tho line ol'
pictures, go to King Bros.,
: crt m-r-'
On PHIDAY, IHuri'h ISIli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M-.
At the Residence ot Mr. V. May. Snf- -Kin?
stiei't near AlakiM, I will sell at
Pub'llo Auction the
Painted Bedroom Sets,
PICTURES. MA'l TRASSES.
Single and Double Bedsteads,
Chairs, Table-, I.ninps.
A Lot of Firewood, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, Mar
,VT lO O'OMMJK A. .!..
At the Residence of Mr. O l!eiien, No.
:'.) Heietunla street near Niiimnu, 1 will
cll at Public Auction, the Household
Velvet OiloliMI Loup,
Kai-y Chair. Kockei,
Large Carpet. Hugs,
Hanging Lamps, (Jin talus,
8, W. Marbletop Bedroom Set,
" Mattrusscs, Pillows,
Pine Bedroom Sets,
1 H'inthiop Stove, Klc. VAv.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
U0." (Jt Aiintioueor.
SALE OF TUB
Union Iron Works Property
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Ry older of A. .1 Caitwright, W. K.
Allen and W. O. .Smith, Receivers of
the Union lion Workb Company, and
Triiblecp, under two certain Deeds of
Triibtof said Cnnipuny dated respect
ively the 2'Jtli day of December, A.
I). 1890, and the Dili day of October,
A. D. 185)1, and iccoided in the Regit
tiy of Deeds in i-aid Honolulu, in
Rook 1:12 on pages 21 to 2-1, and in
Book i:il on pages :)32 to XM, I will
well at I'uhlie Auction
On SATURDAY, Miirch 19,
at lit oci.ntjii xuax.
At my Salesioom, in Queen street,
llouolulii, II. I.,
All of the Property of the Union lion
Woiks Company now in (he po-t.es-sion
of the naid Receivers and Triib
tees, including its
Plant, Stock, Merchandise and
Rut executing its contracts, accounts,
and chorees in action, being, except as
above mentioned, nil of the I'mpeily
granted tu said Tnislces by said
Deeds of Trust.
The baid Propeity will be offered
for Mile at the upbet price of $1!1,G00.
An inventoiy of the Pioporty i
open for inspection at my said salcb
room. JAS. P. MOIIGAX,
Hy older of Mit. M. HV.MAN I will
m:II at Public Auction, a my
Salesroom, Queen htieet,
On SATURDAY, March 20,
AT IK UOI.UUK .OOV,
His Fine Residence
H Jtlnu Ht.rot.
Tlie Lot lias a fi outage of :2.r feet on
King street, 1S2 f feel on Young stieet,
and is 2!tf.:i feet deep.
Tlie House is one of the Rest Hulk.
.Most Convenient and Handsomest Resi
dences in the city, and contains Large
I'm lor, ft Pediooms, Ruth, Dlniiigroom,
Pantry, Kitchen, etc. Tlieio nro Largo
Veirtiidas on three sides of the House.
Theie Is also a Lare Attic which can
leadily ho dlWdcd into looms,
A Laige Cottage at thn tear contains
Seivant's Quaiters, Laundry, Hath, Sta
ble and Canl.igu Room.
The Grounds mu planted with Fiult
Trees and Oiimiuentiil Shriibbo-y. The
Walks thioiighujii aie well-built, ensur
ing eomfiut dm ing wet weather.
This offei an unusual opportunity to
piueliasetlie HuiidhOiiicit unit Most Con
venient Residence hi Honolulu.
iSf For TKRMS OF SALIC and fur
ther paitleulais apply to
JAS. F. AIOKCJ W,
MONEY TO UUIliO IIOAIES.
J F j on have a lot, I will build you a i
house, and fmulsh the money on
easy leiins. J. L. MKYKJt,
130 Fort slieot.
Mutual Tel. CC2; P. O. Ilox 387.
IMcliirc FrnnioH nuido to
oi'dcr from latoHi alyU's of
iiionUliiiH. hunoviilion of
old iicturuB a specialty.
ItlUllAUU A. McUUKIkY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy 1
U has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOL1 ARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is the most libeial ever offered by any Insurance Cotopnj .
fcsT For full particulars applv to
191 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
March 17, 1892,
1 YACHT RACK 1st Clash.
Cotinsr,: Stalling ft om a line diawn
in cNtension of the I'eail City wharf,
down the main chamii'l. to the mouth of
the haibor, near the lief, tilling mound
the stake bed; thence up the main chan
nel to 1ih lloiioiiliuli Loi'li, iipthelloiio
illiuli Loch tu and tacki' g mound a stake
boat at the head of lliN Loch opposite
Robinson's lauding; thence out ot the
lloiioiiliuli I. boli up the main elruinel,
passing between Ford's Island and tlie
Mauaiia Peninsula, to the windwaid of
Ford"- Island; thence down the channel
lying east of Ford's Ifbinil making a cir
cuit of Foul's Island; thence to the
point ot commencement.
2 YACHT RACE 2d Ci.AhS.
Cockm:: tailing from a line.drawn
in esten-ion of the Peail City wbaif.
down the main channel, to the 'mouth of
the h.uboi, near the reef, tuekiiit; aiouiid
llie stake lioat; theiicu up the main chan
nel, pas-lug between Ford's Island and
the M iniiiia Penln-ula, to the windward
ol FoulV Island; thence dowu tho chan
nel lying East of Foul's Island miking
the oil cult of Ford's Island: thence to
the point of commencement
:) YACHT RACE M Class. Fi
Open lloalb under 18 feet length.
1st Prize, $20; 2d Prize, $10. '
Counsi:: From b'arting point, same
as in Race-, 1 and 2, to windwaid of
Foul's Is and, making circuit of ,iid
Island, thence to point of commence
ment. Vnehli will assemble off the foot of
Lehu.i Avenue In Pearl City Peninsula
at !) a. m.
A prepaiatoiy gun will be died on the
Judge's boat at '.1:110 A. i. '1 he Malting
i;un will be tiled at 10 a. m. shun.
The -tait will be if'llylng one; the
lime of each yacht being taken a-, she
cio-si." the line, but no yncht "hall be
allowed moie than ten minutes within
winch to start a'ter the signal to -tart
has been given.
Time allowance one minute to the ton
for lid CUvs Yachts. 1st Clan Yachts
as per schedule.
ICach yacht inii-t cury at her uialntop
uiast head, a disliugiiishing 11. ig of .i
suil.ible ile, which iiuist net he liuuled
down unle.-s shu gies up the nice
Each yacht shall cairy dining the isce
no moie 'li.ili the u-u.il unchois and
chains, which iiuist net be used as ship
ping hullust or lor alteihig the iriiu of
the yacht No bags of shol slu(l he on
board and all ball l slnill be piopeily
htowed under the platfoims or in lneker
aud flnill not be - 1 1 j ti 1 1 r tiiiiiiued in
any way whatever dining the lace.
fso lestiietion as to ipi.iutliy of sail.
I SIX-OARED ROATS Kmdi.s'(i
CouitsK: Slaiting fioni a line dfawn
III extension ol the Pen I i u wharf, to
and liiiiud a slake boil til the bead of
Walplo Loch, thence lo the point of
5 FOUR-OARICD HOAl'ri Si.idinu
CoiJitsi:; Same in In Race No. 1.
(I SIX-OARUD HOAI'S Ki'A'i ion
AH v Si:ts. 1st Pri.o, .20; 2d
Couitsi:: Same as in Races I and A;
comve to be pulled over twice.
N. . Tho Regatta Races will be
under the mien adopted by the Hawaiian
Kowini; it Yachting Association ; eupies
ol which can be obtained from V. O.
In all races, two or more boats must
stall lo make a race.
The lowing races will lake place at I
o'clock r. m. nharp.
'I he signal gun will he Ihed fiom the
Judge's Mam) at l'.'::!u o'clock
Signal for 'he competing boats to a
M'lnble at the Mulling line will he the
Hung of u gun 10 minutes befoie the
stall of each race.
,Iui)(ii.s:-C. It Wilson, W. M
Olffaiil, Onpt. .1. A. King
TiMiiKUhiT.ns: -,lus. Iluhish, W. F.
iQT List of entilen will ho open at the
Olllce (if tllUt,M'l'i:UINTKNIKNT Of Hie
Oaiii' Raii.wav .V. La.sd Co., until 12
o'clock noon, Jlaich 15, Ih'jy.
Priz s (or tin above Races are now on Exhi
bit on atlhu PACIFIC II H0 WARE
CO.'S STOItc, Fort Street.
TRAINS will leave Honolulu for Peail
llaibor.it -::.", li. 10, 11, 12 a, m
and 1, 2, ;!, I and 1:30 r. .i.
RKTUKXI.NG will leaxo Peail Harbor
for llouolulii KVKRY HOUR.
Popular Rates of Faro:
nwni miim i.i t'PoiiivuLAiiMl-tJM'.i'Wrujwfti.'BiiHtji'gwajggjyi
r It O .11
- O V V
Hew York Life
SUMMARY OF REPORT.
Interest, Rents, etc
Endowments and Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc.
TOTAL TO POLICY-HOLDERS
New Policies Issued .
New Insurance Written . . .
Liabilities, 4 per cent. Standaid.
Policies in Force
Insurance in Force ,
Growth of the Company "During; the
Past Eleven Years.
NEW INSURANCE ISSUED.
In the year 1880
In the year 1885
In the year 1891
In the year 1880
In the year 1885
I In the year 1891.-.
INSURANCE IN FORCE.
January 1, 1881 8135,72(1,910 00
January 1, 1880 : 259,074,500 00
January 1, 1892...- 014,824,713 00
January 1", 1881 ,. . '. 8 43,183,931 81
January 1, 1880 00,804,321 32
January 1, 1892 125,917,290 81
, . SURPLUS.
January 1, 1881 '.. 0,017,202 81
January 1, 1880 , 10,188,215 90
January 1, 1892 '. 15,141,023 31
In the year 1880 8 4,499,89121
In the year 1885 .'". 7,081,873 75
In the year 1891 12,071,490 88
P. D. CORSETS
Just .liecuivod " Full Une ol' P. D. CORSETS ut
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
vK'Btfffli 11 1 tfTtuliu
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T J1IC HEAT 10 C T S 1T CAN'T BE MI5AT
OF NEW YORK.
T tl K
S 2G,25C,275 10
$ 31,85-1, 104 98
S 12,071,490 88
JAN. 1, 1892.
."; 8 125,947.290 81
. S 15,141,023 31
.8 22,229,979 00
. G,o21,452 00
. lfi2,CC 1,982 00
S 8,9(14,719 41
General Agnt for the lhwdilw Mauds,