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Foroiim Olliuu Notice.
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Honolulu, iMnroli 10, 1892. f
Bo it known lo nil whom it mtiv
MH. 11. P.ENJES,
having this day presented to this De
partment his commission fiom Mi.
Aituro Baldasano y Topote, His Cath
olic Majesty's Consul-Gcnoial for tho
United States, which is found to bo in
duo form; ho the taid Mu. It. ltux.u:s
is hereby acknowledged, by oidei of
Her Majesty, us Honukahy Via:
Consul for tho Kingdom of Spain at
Honolulu ; and all hu oiHcial acts, as
such, arc ordered to receive full faith
and credit by tho authorities of this
Given under my hand and tho seal
of tho Foreign Olliee, at Honolulu,
this 10th day of March, A. D. 1S92.
skal. SAMUEL PAltKEK,
Miuistcr of Foieign Aflairs.
Whereas, by a decision of tho
Honorable A. Francis Judd, Chief
Justice of the Supremo Couit, the
result of the Election for Rcprcsent
ativc to the Legislature of 1892, from
the District of North Hilo, Ibland of
Hawaii, has been declared a tie vote
and the scat vacant :
Now therefore, by virtue of the
power vested in me by Law, I do
hereby give notice that a Special
Election for Representative will be
held in the said District of North
Ililo, Island of Hawaii, on WED
NESDAY, the 13th day of April,
1892, between the hours of S o'clock
a. m., and 5 o'clock p. m. :
The Third District of Hawaii
(North Ililo) consists of that poition
of Hilo and Ilamakua, from the Ila
kalau Gulch to the bed of the Kala
pahapuu Gulch in Ilamakua, (be
tween Kukaiau and Kainehc) to in
clude all of Kukaiau.
First Precinct From Unkalau
Gulch to the Ilamakua side of Lau
Court House Lau-
Specially appointed for Election
Day Ben. B. Maoy,
B. W. Kahalcohu. -Second
Precinct From Laupahoc
hoe Gulch to Kalapapuu Gulch.
Polling Place Kaala Church.
Inspectors George F. Rcnton,
appointed for Election
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, March 12, 1892.
3G8 3t-ll It
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of deepening the
channel at the entrance to Honolulu
harbor the Dredger will be in oporu
tion night and day. At night there
will be u danger signal placed on the
forward derrick of Dredger about 30
feet above sea level, which can bo seen
by all vessels approaching tho harbor.
The signal consists Red Red
of threo red lights
and a white light
us in the diagram,
the red lights being
about 3 feet apart
with the white light
in tho center.
All steamers crossing tho bar will
stop at a safe distanco from tho Dred
ger and give one blast of their whistle
which will bo answered by a binglo
blast from tho Dredger, to bo fol
lowed by threo blasts fiom the Dredg
er whon tho passage is clear and they
Tho Tug will bo on hand when not
otherwise ongaged to assist sailing craft
in passing tho Diedger when neces-
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oilico, Marcli 9, 1892.
Buhl'Au or Customs, )
Honolulu, II. I., March 15,1892. J
SEALED TENDERS will bo re
ceived at tho offlco of tho Collector
General of Customs until MONDAY,
the 21st of March, at 12 o'clock noon,
for tho Printing and Binding of tho
Collector's Annual Report for 1891.
Specimens of tho work to bo dono
can bo been at tho Custom IIouso.
The Collector of Customs does not
bind himself to accopt tho lowest or
A. B. OLEGHORN,
Honolulu, H. 1., Dec. 2, 181)1.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water lales, aio hereby noti
fied that tho hours for using watei for
irrigation pui poses mo fiom II lo 8
o'clock A. m., and 1 to 15 o'clock v. m.
until further notice.
Sttpt. Honolulu Water Wotks.
0. N. Sit.ntkii,
Minister of the Interior.
'(? to ncttkrr Sect nor Party,
b'ul establish! il for the benefit of all'
SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1892.
The full Court has decided that
where a candidate lias no expenses
he need make no return.
"There's millions in ii." In the
sweet potato. Read the conclusion
of the article on that product in tins
Without any breach of confidence,
it may be stated that some of tho
most powerful correspondence against
annexation, now appearing almost
daily, is from the best sources of
Hawaiian public opinion. The natives
arc beginning to find out the dupli
city of Ka Leo, in doling out annex
ation to English readers while repu
diating the unpatriotic cause to native
Economy has been a cry at
election in this country since
The absence of economy from public
policy, as effectuated by the people's
representatives, had long been a
standing grievance in the mouth of
the opposition to the old order of
things. Yet the country has not yet
secured a Legislatuie able to keep
the national expenses within the na
tional revenues. The debt has been
increasing all along, imperceptibly,
perhaps, but yet suiely. Because
no new loans have been negotiated
in foreign markets, the people may
not realize that the nation has been
going deeper into debt. New obli
gations have yet been incurred, the
national creditors being the people
themselves through the Postal Sav
ings Hank. Some appropriations
have also become exhausted, while
the necessary services, for which they
were made, have had to be performed.
Tins will add .more or less debt on
account of current revenue.
Most of the fresh accretion of debt
having come about for repioductive
works such as harbor and road im
provements there is no giound of
complaint on that score so long as
the works are well perfoimed. The
times, however, call for icliciichineut
in expenditures from the ordinary
revenue. Either of the past two
Legislatures could have produced an
Appropriation Bill with a goodly mar
gin inside of the levenue, which
would have left a balance at the end
of each period for the benefit of Die
debt account. Looking at the past,
it is almost hopeless to expect of the
incoming Legislature a icforui in this
respect. What is forced on expecta
tion is the usual log-rolling between
districts, as to local expenditures,
and between friends of different pub
lic officials, as lo salaries. Tlieio is
one way to secure economy, and that
is for the Government to make business-like
estimates of levenue and
expenditure, tlicu secuic a majority
of the Legislature to stand by those
estimates and vote down every at
tempt at their alteration.
If tho Legislature vote excessive
appropriations, it is useless for any
Cabinet to try economical adminis
tration. "Ministerial discretion" is
all very well so far as it can be main
tained. Yet in practice the beneli
ciary of the most unwise appropria
tion whether a district or a person
has as good a legal claim on the
treasury as has the most impoitanl
public service. Tho . chances are
that the importunity of tho beneli
ciary will prevail before the import
ance of the greater object. There
aio many items of expenditure which
might be cut down, but their indica
tion is riot the object of this article.
What is heie affirmed is that it is
Useless to talk of economy, while the
Legislature is composed of disorgan
ized and undisciplined factions, or
while each member regards it ab his
iirst duty as well as privilege to gel
Iho most ho can for his district and
for his fiiends. Estimates well and
wisely constructed, with a solid ma
jority to maintain tho integrity of
biicli estimates that is tho indispens
able requisite to economical adminis
tration. HORSFORD'S ACIU PHOSPHATE,
Beware of Imitation.
THE SAN FRANCISCO BOAT AND
Mr. Finsor, the coxswain of the
San Kiancisco' boat in the boat race
ill Peail Rheron the 17th, complains
in your issue of yesterday that the
yacht Hawaii gave Ihem her dead
water and wash for a mile, whereby
he explains his defeat. He also in
dulges in u number of insinuations
which need not be noticed. It would
seem as though the fact that the San
Franeiscos had a heavier boat and
the Knpiolani a good crew, weie
sullloiciil reasons for tho result nt the
lace without seeking imaginary ones.
If the San Fianciscos think that 1
have done them an injury, 1 regie!
it; but the statements n.ado by Mr.
Fiaser are incorrect. The Hawaii
was at no time nearer than 100 yards
lo any or the tlnee boats while ou
the com so, and when at thai distaneu
she was sailing between the Iine9
rowed by tho race boats, and in Iho
same direction tho boats were row
ing. As the San Francisco's boat
did not low in our wake, they could
not take our dead water ; and as we
weie from 100 to '100 yards in ad
vance of them, going in the samu
direction, they could not take our
wash. Lokiiin A. Tiiuusrox.
Em ru Uri.i.uTix:
The statement made py Mr. Feasor
in last night's IU'I.i.utis, that the
Hawaii interfered with the San Fran
cisco's boat in Thursday's race is
not ti ue. I was in a position to see
all that happened, being in advance
of the San Francisco's boat all the
way around the course, so that 1
would have been nearer to the Ha
waii than they were, and at no time
was the Hawaii near enough to in
any manner interfeie with any of
It the San Francisco have not
had enough, the Kapiolanis will
lace them again at any seasonable
time or place.
A. L. C. AlKlNsO.N.
The complaint made by the cox
swain of the San Francisco's boat in
ie the race at Pearl Iliver the a'J
tion of the master of the yacht Ha
waii h well founded. The judges,
Mr. W. M. (iiti'aul and Cttpt. King,
warnid the Hawaii away but no heed
was j,;iven to their objections, and
the headstrong captain kept on and
across the course. The San Fran
eiscos weie not impeded, however,
as the yacht being well to windward
kept I he full force of the wind off of
them, but the yacht had no business
there. An Em'mci.
Honolulu, March IS.
Tile Uoyal Hawaiian Militaiy Hand
will give a public concert at
Emma Square this afternoon, com
mencing at -1 :.'i0 o'clock. Following
is the program:
Oieitiiii1 T.iui'iedi I?o-sini
B.illiiil l'abn I.easea Kauiis
Walt Million U'alilteufel
KcmiiiitciMieo-. of Meyerbeer.. ..Godfrey
Choi us U.i y of .1 udgoieiit .... fai'lint'ltler
hjt-leuioii l'iiali'-! ot lViu.itiuc.biillivnn
Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas,, write Us regardrng a
remarkable cuieof rheumatism tlieio
as follows: "The wife of Mr. Win.
I'ruitt, tlie I'oilmabtcr heie, had been
bed-iidden with iheuniatisin for sev
eral years. She could gel nothing
to do her any good. Wo sold her a
bottle oi Chamberlain's Pain Ilalm
and she was completely cured by its
use. Wo refer any one to her to
verify this statement." ."() cent bot
tles for sale by all dealer,. IScnsoii,
Smith it Co., Agents.
lr you want ,'ood pan-ago for break
fast or luncheon, tho lined t-auc.igo.s
in tho Kingdom aio the Celebrated
Cambridge l'ork Saw-age ond liologna
made at the City Mnikit, Nuii.uiu
stieet, oppoMlo Queen Emma Hall,
Jos. TrxKr.it, Prop. IMiu
Here it something fiom Mr, Frank
A. Hale, proprietor of the He Witt
House, Lewistoii, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Me. Hotel men
meet the world a it comes and goes,
anil are licit hlow in si.ing people
and things up for what they are
worth. He says that he liab lost a
father and several brothers and sis
ters from Pulmonary Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and lie
Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at
Consumption..- stomach. When
ever he has taken a
cold of this kind he uses llosclree's
German Syrup, and it cures him
every time. Here is a man who
knows the full danger of lung trou
bles and would therefore be most
particular as lo the medicine he used,
What is his opinion ? Listen ! "I
use nothing but Iloschte's German
Syrup, and have advised, 1 piesume,
more tlrarr a hundred diffeieut per
sons to take it. They agree with
me that it is the best cough syrup
in the ruaiket."
KNIGHTS ol' PYflUAH
npilKHE will hu a xpci'liil meeting of
JL Mydlo Loilgo No. L', K. of P.,
at their (!atlo Hall, THIS (.Satiuihiv)
KVKMXG, at 7 o'clock blimp, fur ilia
liiirpunu of confenlug tho Auiplllleil
Thiid Hunk. All Knights qiialllleii aio
cordially Invited to bo pic-eeiit.
Per ordur of the 0. (J.
A. V. GKAK,
273 It K, of K, & S,
A-. Jon Sale- ly James f. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE 'OF
On WBDNESDAY, Mur. &
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my Saleroom, Queen sheet, 1 will
(sell nt Public Auction, to close
consignments a lino of
Clung iimteil Tea Sets,
Pieces of .JAVANESE Cl.OTU,
LARGE PUTE GLASS MIRRORS
Iron liiuLst-ail. ainUi'iit-sos,
Etc., Ktc, Etc., Etc.
Cf" Articles on low Tuesday.
J AS. P. AIOKGAN,
Uv ordi'r of Mr. Iv. Poileyn, Assignee
ot the Kslate of Ah Yet Co., 1 will sell
at Public Auction at my S.desiooni,
OnTllUHSDAY, March 24,
T 10 O'CLOCK A. .11..
The Slock of MerrhanilUc of ald estate,
Gent's Sooks, Hosiery,
Pi hits. L'iwn, )ns tiooils
Staudnid . hlilil-. Wool Oveishhts,
Gents' Fine Suits,
Siitpcmluis. Felt .t Straw flats,
White iV ltiow u Uottims
Cent's Carters & Shoes,
A vi'iy flue line of
Leather Valises Ti links,
3 Kew Horn 3 awing Machines, Etc.
J AS. J?. MOKGAX,
m SITES !
At my Sale-room, Queen .-troot, 1 will
sell at 1'ublrc Auction,
On SATORDAY, March 2G,
J.T lis O'CLOCK NOON,
Formerly occupied by Mr. J. A. lfas-
singer as a Jti'sidenci', on Piikoi
and Pens.icul.i dieets.
Tho Lot is t!0U feet wide and 100
feet deep with a 2o feet entrance from
Pnkoi btieet, and 25 feet fiom l'ons.i
eol.i btieet. 1'heio is a
LARGE DWELLING HOUSE
On iho property, containing Parlor,
Dining Kooin, -1 Ifcdioouis, Largo
Verandas, Pantry, Kitchen,
etc., etc., etc.
At the same time will he bold
TJLItEE BUILDING LOTS
Adjoining the above on 1'iikoi dreot;
s-i.e 7fi feet on 1'iikoi btieet,
and 200 feet deep.
All this pioperty is nicely planted
with Pruit arm Sliailo Tieoo. Water
laid on throughout.
yyi'.ut of the ptucliaso niouoy
can lciuaiii on nuutg.igo. For further
p.uticulais apply to
JA.9. F. MORGAN,
fly older of Mit. M. HYMAN I will
sell at Public Auction, at piy
Salesroom, Queen Mic'et,
On SATURDAY, March 2(5,
AT J-i M'Cl.OUK XOCf.V.
Oil IClilK Hll'ool,
Tho Lot Inn a lrontagu of 15'',5 feet on
King htiTDi, l.iy.S leet on Younir stieet,
i ami is iiiU.3 leet deep.
The llou-c is olio of the first Built.
j Mont C'oiiM'iiii'iit and Hauilgoiucst Iteni
i dunei'b in tlie. city, anil contains I.iugo
I I'm lor, i lii'iliooms, Hath, Diiilngromu,
P.inliy, Kill-lieu, etc. Tlieio aiu Lingo
I Vi'i.iiiila, on tlueo t-iile-i of this lloiihu.
There i- nl-o a Largo Attlo which can
leadily hit iliiiled into rooms.
A Laigo Uoitago at the rear contains
Kciv.iiit't (Jii.uteis, Laiuulry, Path, titii
blii and O.iulagu Jiooiu.
Tho (jioiinds aie planteil with Fruit
True,, anil Uinaiiiental tjliiubhery, Tho
Walk, liuoughout aio well-built, ensur
ing cointurt dining wet weather.
This olfers an unusual opportunity to
inirelitisetlie llaiiilBiHiio-it niiil Most C'ou
euieut J!usiiluicu in ilpnoliilu.
02- For TKHMS OF SALE nud fur
ther paiticiikua aj))ly to
,)AS. F. MORGAN,
801 lOt Auctioneer.
KlOfilAKID A. Mi-UIUMIY. fiosiilcnt.
issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
- - -
It has paid ils members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLIARS.
Its Now Distribution Policy is the most liberal over offered by nny Insurance Company.
Way For full pailiculars npply to
S5. J3. JrtOPJLC,
1-01 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
iLlMI'Lilil At JMjJ i" m'ujnajmj.ji J. m .W'l.l ll IJUJI"!
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
1)0011 MATS. HOOK MATS.
Rubber, superior quality j lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanul Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. lx&" Call and examine our 9tock.
TO UE GIVEN BY THE
Honolulu Avion Society
On Saturday Evening
BffirTKAIXS will leave the Oaliu
K.iilway Depot at 7 and 8 o'clock l' m.:
letuining will leave the Grove at 10 -.mil
Pi l'. jr.
- TICKETS lo be had at J. llu
bush's vloie, the Elite and Luilwigseu
it Oi oil's Ice Cie.uu Parlors,
To reniiiKl you, that it is
nearly two years since we
cleaned your -watch.
Isn't it about time to have
her oiled up?
H. F. WIGHMAN.
'"TWO Nicely Furnished
i X Hoonis centrally located.
1 Emiuiru UuLM'riK Olllce.
COTTAGH TO LET
AiA,-ai ( S Punchbowl stieet; rent
-tfttSS J J-0- LiKjulro at
Xo. lit Xiiuaiiu ttieot.
OOTTAGIO TO i,
rttv ... rpUL ( ottiigo on .School
.ftlaTS -- street at pn'suiit oeeu
rM?J& pled by Kev. W. II. Haines.
l'o-cssli)ii given April 1, H0. Kor
1)111 llCllllll'b a))lv to
Ml lm ALKX,. J. CAUTWJUG11T.
JAL15it II A N GJ NG 7
GIVE.!. L. Muykii the Painter a call
and havo your Paper Hauling done
promptly and neatly. 1.40 Koit street.
P. O. Box B87. Mutual Telephone
cm. ifiil tf
A FTBHihU dato
will not he ics
xjL noublble for any
my wiittcu .order,
Uouululu, March 15, 1S93. 870 3t
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!ARY OF REPOIRT.
BUSINESS OF 1891.
Premium Income $ 2G,25G,275 40
Interest, Rents, etc 5,5-18,727 08
Trust Deposits 49,192 50
TOTAL INCOME S 31,854,194 98
Deatli-Claiins $ G,087,G20 70
Endowments- and Annuities 2,438,429 37
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc 4,145,110 81
TOTAL TO POLICY-HOLDERS S 12,671,490 88
New Policies Issued 52,746
New Insurance Written 8152,604,982 00
CONDITION JAN. 1, 1892.
ASSETS 125,947,290 81
Liabilities, 4 per cent. Standard SHO, 800,267 50
Surplus 15,141,023 31
Policies in Force 193,452
Insuiance in Force 8614,824,713 00
Growth of the Company During the
Past Eleven Years.
NEW INSURANCE ISSUED.
In the year 1880 8 22,229,979 00
In the year 1885.- 68,521,452 00
In the year 1S91 152,004,982 00
In the year 1880 8 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 S135,726,910 00
January 1, 188G '. 259,674,500 00
January 1, 1892 014,824,713 00
January 1, 1881 S 43,183,934 81
January 1, 1886 06,864,321 32
January 1, 1892 125,947,290 81
January 1, 1881 $ 6,047,262 81
January 1, 1886 10,188,215 90
January 1, 1892 15,141,023 31
In the year 1880 8 4,499,89124
In tho year 1885 7,681,873 75
In the year 1891 12,671,490 88
O. Or iOJEfiGKEIfc,
General Agent for tho Hawaii in hlaads.
P. D. CORSETS
Just Received a Pull Lino ot P. D. CORSETS nt
?V1 Kr-4 iYi
J ..QTftPfc 3KK)-;
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARK OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BE BEAT I g 0
OF NEW YORK.
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