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Foreign nillcn Notice.
1Ionomh.ii, Muioli 2t, 1892.
Thu following notice has been re
ceived frntn 11. M.'n rnnsul-Cloiiernl
, -at New York ;
Waynu County, Michigan,
Dkjsuoit, Mutch ltd, 1802.
TiilccnMicc Hint mi instrument in
, willing, purporting to he t lie lust, will
mill Ictiuincnl of Louisa l'rult
Hubert, late of said Detroit, dccent-ed,
has boon delivered into this olllce for
pruhute; tlmt the !ld day of May
next, ut ton o'clock in the forenoon,
ut mi id ofco, bus lii'iMi appointed for
proving said instrument unil tlmt
Mm hi Palmer, residing ;l Honolulu,
Sandwich li-lantl, is hii heir ut luw of
i. m I Hum Kit A. Flint,
) ? Hegister of Probate.
I'n the CoiiMil of lluwuii nt New
.1 Ij. :i77 :tt
l-'u reign Otliee Notice.
Fokkion Ontcr., (
Honolulu, March 21, 181)2.
Si'iiln.r A UUUSTO DA SI LVA MO
KM HA has been appointed Hawaiian
I'nneul at SI. Michaels, Azoic.
1177 lt-13 It
$ nil 8 vlU
Plrilffd to ntxthrr Sect not Party,
Hut established for the briirfit . of.
TUU1JSDAY, MARCH 2-1, 18112.
The columns of the IJm.i.oiN aie
again so crowded that even news has
to stand the test of a survival of the
fittest. In the near future we shall
have facilities for meeting every
emergency such as the present, when
a crush of new advertisements inter
feres with the daily plan. Adver
tisers show thai they appreciate the
value of the ttin.i.ivrix as a medium
for reaching all the people.
In view of the importance of de
veloping tourist travel to these isl
ands, and of the effective work being
done in that line by the Kilauea Vol
cano House Company, the Bii.i.ktin
presents its readers to-day with an
excellent illustration of the new Vol
cano T'ouse. The picture speaks for
itself and is worth more than a col
umn of written description for giving
a comprehensive idea of the great
improvement in accommodation pro
vided at the Volcano over that exist
ing before incorporated enterprise
took bold of our great natural won
der and chief attraction. That such
a handsome hotel should be provided
over -1000 feet above sea level ;J0
miles from the sea is a credit to local
THE REPUBLICAN TALK.
Whenever the red, black, or other
Republicans are replied to in favor
of monarchical government the writer
is stigmatised as a government tool
or, as Zero puts it, "an incompetent
Now, sir, I wish Zero to under
stand I belong to neither class. I
know very few government ollieials
even by sight. I never had a govern
ment olllce. I have been on these
lslunds a few years and have only
seen Her Majesty a few times at u
distance; have never seen the inside
of the Palace, although having seen
a few Kuiopean palaces have wished
to see this one, the smallest, but I
believe from reports not the least in
teresting. Having cleared myself of the
charge of sycophancy, I will by your
permission give not only my opinion
but the opinion of the best poitiou
of the native population of the Isl
ands. In a letter published a few
days ago in the Adveitiser the writer
suggests the curtailing of expense by
reducing the salaries of government
ollieials and abolishing some which he
describes us useless. He may be
right, but when he speaks of reducing
Hie amount voted to Her Majesty 1
think he is wrong, as in my opinion
it is now small enough to mahilain
Hie dignity of the olllce.
Again, 1 do not think it advisable
to disband the small but very elllcient
body of guards, as it would leave the
Government at the mercy of the
small number of traitorous subjects
who are, I believe, only held in 'check
Uy this well-disciplined body. I need
only refer to "Zero's" extiuordinitry
letter in the issue of 10th itist., in
which he prophesies, "The glorious
old flag will proudly wave over the
laud." Such remarks emanating ev
idently from one well versed in the
councils of the discontented should
prove to Her Majesty's government
how idiotic it would be to disband
He also wishes, according to his
letter, "that the houest opinion of
the taxpayers should predominate."
AVell, Sir"! The houest opinion of
the Jfawaiiun tuxpayer does predom
inate 1 What more docs he want?
Perhaps lie means the honest opinions
of the Burons and the few foreigners
who luvo made their money by their
honest (?) dealings with the native
Hawaiian should predominate, who
Houoltilu, March 2a, 1892.
A BOTTLE OF WINE.
tim-rou Bui.i.r.TiN :
Theie 1ms been a great deal of ex
citement in Mils district the last
week. The Deputy Sheriff from Hllo
enme over and at once set his in
formers to work trying to make ar
rests for selling liquor. These
wretches succeeded in a short time
in getting out warrants for the ar
rest of dozens of Japanese, l'ortu
guese and Chinamen, charging them
with selling liquor. In the Japanese
cases the poor devils were most un
mercifully uwl. They were not
guilty of selling liquor, but have
been in the habit of each man put
ling in so much and sending to Ho
nolulu for wine for their own use.
It's a shame and dicraee that the
Sheriff of Hawaii is allowed to do
this diity business just heforu the
May Term of (.'ouit. You never
hear of arrests alter the (Joint is
over, but anything to make a reeoul,
tiud a big calendar. The Hilo jury
will have to give their greatest atten
tion to these cases. It's stiange that
these men should be ai rested all of a
sudden by a gang of informers, for
the sake of Hie lew aid. Cannot a
man have a bottle of wine in hi pos
session without being ai rested by
some infoiiner who wants to get half
the reward? It's a very serious mat
ter that this Japanese should have to
pay a heavy line, and go to piisou on
the testimony of a pack of highbin
ders. No one wants to see another
hanging match at llauiakua.
A Louki:u-on is Vicnna.
llauiakua, March 19, 1892.
MR. MAOOON'S CHARGES.
As 1 understand it, the point of
Mr. Magoon's charge against me is
that I illegally took money from cer
lain passengers by the S. S. Helgie.
If this U the charge, Mr. Magoon
simply taiwifies. 1 never took nor
asked for one cent. I did my duty
a-, interpreter impartially to the best
of ill" ability, and nothing else. Let
Mr. Magoon bring forward his testi
mony and piove his charge, and
cease publishing barn unsupported
assertions. Yorxu Nai
ONLY OHE Of THEM.
Chow Yee, a Chinese merchant on
N'uuanu street, opposite Queen
Emma hall, was convicted in the Po
lice Court this morning of indulging
in the die fa mania. A. i Peterson
nppearing for him, noted an exception
on a point of unlawiul posses-iion
which he said hud never been decid
ed by the Supreme Court. Chow
Yee was lined S500. He noted an
appeal to the Supreme Court. There
are several other eases of die la
against Chinese lending in the .Su
A MYSTERIOUS LIGHT.
A resident on Punchbowl has vol
unteered the following information:
There was a signaling light kept
burning on Punchbowl about ten. or
twelve feet below the summit. It
probably has some connection with
that mystciioiis schooner cruising
about the islands. Itlookssuspicious,
therlight being kept burning all night ,
but only when an opium schooner is
cruising off the islands.
FOR THE VOLCAMO.
The following passcngid:- are hook
ed for the trip to the V oleum by Hie
steamer Ivinau to-morrow : Mix (Icn'l
Blown, Misb Alice IJamill, W Maitius
soii, F V Miltlicssou, Mi-s Mullicx
son, Miso Goulig, Misa K Miiehlei, 1)
Maitiu.OH l'nkiii.-, K M Uuhlx-U,
It W Simp-on, Jr, II IJ riperiy, Mr
A Sperry, Miss li S Spunv, J W
Smith, John II Bliss. They aie all
new .irrh.il bv the steamer Austra
Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write ih regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism tlieie
as follows: "The wife of Mr. Win.
Pruitt, the Postmaster heie, had been
bed-ridden with rheumatism for sev
eral years. She could get nothing
to do her any good. We sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's P.iiu Balm
and she was completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to her to
verify this statement." ."if) cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
Brake with Tup lire-
:fTiei). Apply to
.IAS. A. IvKNNKDY,
Honolulu (ion Works.
A COMMON Memorandum Hook,
leather covers, red edge leaves,
containing papers of no value in anyone
tun owner. A biilliiltif lewaul will lie
paid for lis iicliyerv t lhi olllce.
'TNIK Fourth Anniversary of l'.ieille
1 Kebeeca Device Lodge No. 1, 1. O.
O. V., will be ob-erved on KJtlDAY
EVKN'INO, Mareh 20th. at 8 o'clock i
M., ill Excelsior Hull, The members of
Kxeelslor Lodge No. I, Iluinwny Lodge
Xo. :i, and visiting members anil their
fiiinllluH aie eoidhilly invited to attend.
I). I'. LAWKKNOK,
:i77 21 .Sfcretary.
i, LL parties having ehibiHiigaiiii-t the
Honolulu Hunil liiitinl aie lequest
ed to piencut their vnuehers on Intel lor
Department blanks, ill thu Olllce of the
Jtoml Suiiervlhiir, hi Iuipimlua Jiullilliig,
mil Inter tliuu the -'Hth lust., in order to
close up the accounts for the biennial
period ending March III, lb!):'.
W. H (Jl'MMINOH,
1177 Ut Jtoad SiipervlMir,
JOB WORK of all kinds executed
wltti ueutuess ut the Daily iiulletlii.
THE MOHICAN ASHORE.
.siic ttii'iiti'N on tin" w.ihiiiiiuion
Cull".!, lull Ik KiivII.V l-'l(inli'il.
l'ort Towniend, March It. The
man-of-war Mohican, with the Nipsic
in tow, arrived from San Krniiei'co
to-day en route to l'ort Orchard.
While euteiiug the Inn bur here the
Mohican ran ashore on Point AViNon.
The fog was very thick, and after
live hours' delay the vessel flouted
off into high water uninjured, The
Mohican will coal at Seattle and then
proceed to Heluing Sea for duty.
The Nipsic will be stationed at l'oit
Orchard and ued as a (.iiveiinncnt
WORLD'S MIR BOOMING.
The World's Fair Commission held
a special meeting in the Chamber of
Commerce room this tillcriimm. I'hu
mutter of appointing' commissioners
to go to Chicago to select a site anil
procure preliminary information was
decided. The set vices of Messrs. L.
A. l'hurston and V.. M. Walsh, gra
tuitously offered for the capacity of
commissioners and the futlheriug of
the exhibit, was gratefully received.
These gent lenun leave on Tuesday.
Mr. Thurston's special business is in
connection with the Volcano House,
of which a lull teport is given in this
issue of the Him.lutin. .Seventeen
membeis were prcscul. Mr. J. A.
Hassingcr, in the absence of the Pre
sident ot the Commission, llis Kxeel
lency Samuel Faiker, who is at FAva,
presided at the meeting.
There is no danger fiom whooping
cough when (Jlinmljcrlum s Uougli
Remedy is freely given. It liquHies
the lotitrh, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoiation. It also lessens
the -evenly and frequency of the
paroxysms of coughing, and insures
a. speedy recoveiy. There is not the
least danger in giving it to children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substance. ."ilJ ceni bottles for sale
by all dealers. Itenson, Smith it
Auc on S-le-o by Lr-wis J. wvoy.
LOO .3 J-
Hy order of Mr. I itut'.ciiMciu, As-'ig-iiee'itf
the K-tate of '1 til I.img, 1 will
iell.it Public Miction, al my Salesroom,
On iWO" DVY, Marrli S81li,
W 1) O'CLOCK A S .
L'he Whole of die Stock ot Meiclianillse
.iial Sloie Fittim;-! In-longing to -aid Ins
tate, ((lusi-iiue: of
GENT'S and BOY'S CLOTHING,
Ladies', GcntS A. imililreu'- Ho-ieiy
.iml lioolx & Shot"-. White, Cnlnied nu'il
Woolen Shirts A Drawers, Collins, IJih-boii-,
Towels, Corsets, Mniwl-,
Rugs, Blankets, Quilts
bailies' fluid clothing, l'lints, Sheot
Ing, Tulile Clr.th-,, Cutlery. .Jewell y.
Counters, Show Cii'-e. Kelt it Straw
lint-, r.:mi-. Sewing Machine, etc.,
1 Mv.ch:r's Fir j P.o.f Ssfu.
Lf WIS J- J,EVI?Y,
tft lit Auctioneer.
IN THE MoINERnY BUDDING,
Js ojicii now and offers an un
ceelled Slock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specialty of
Slumping Patterns and are now
lendy to take nuler.s in that line.
A brand new .stock oi Silk Kin
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies and other
artistic goods an. offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNEHNY BUILDING,
L'Viim i IriM'l.
wi: aim: now iii:ri;iviMi 'iiu:
i:vi:k uiiouiiiiT 'io iiokom'j.i'.
ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS !
Prices ov-mv than Ever !
Call iad Examine !
WILDER & CO.
Picture Frames made to
order from latest sty Lea of
mouldings, liunovnt ion of
old pictures a. specialty at
King- iiroH,, Hotel street.
For Coughs & Colds.
John lf. Jones, lidom, Tex., writes
1 have used German Syrup for the j
IJilrtl Slit yu.un, iui ouic iiiiuui,
Cough, Colds, Pains in the Chest
and Lungs, and let me say to any
one wanting such a medicine
German Syrup is the best.
B.W. Baldwin, Caiiicsvillc.TcKn.,
writes : I have used your German
Syrup in my family, and find it the
best medicine I ever tried for coughs
and colds. I recommend it to every
one for these troubles.
R. Schmalhausen, Druggist, of
Charleston, 111., writes : After trying
scores of prescriptions and prepara
tions I had on my files and shelves,
without relief for a very seveie cold,
which had settled on my lungs, I
tried your German Syrup. It gave
me immediate relief and a perma
G. G. r.WBEX, Sole Manufacturer,
WooJuiiry, cw Jersey, II. S. A.
l.a- A. It .Smith's 8 tow.
ON INSTALLMENT PLAN
Si) Down S S5 a
Easy! Easy! Easy!
.JUST KEOHIVKI) FULL HOUND
Willi Miller-.YIegee Patent Hacks. Also,
Foil Bound, Half Sound, Cloth
as o c EC :
FiiM k Mti BljOS.
Depot for WILL i K1N0ICS CULE
UHATED CUTLERY 4 SHAYIHG MATEHIAL'U
X5 The STAlt HAK10TY HAZOIt
ih the lie-t 1 Get one and fuel miser
able? It only costs $2. Don't forget
we keep a full line of
Aud SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
SOAPS, HAIRBRUSHES. COMBS. Etc.
Croqu-t, Lawn Tonnis, liucqutls, Elc.
W. F. REYNOLDS,
:77 j I'lioi'KiK'ioii. ;iw
Gleaners k I ff. C. T. .0.
FRIDAY EVENING, ffcrnll 25th,
"V. 1W. C. A..
av 7::to 4i,(i(!ii..
i. Dui'i ,
..The MUfcs Hopper and Wldilillelil
'2. Infantry Drill
:!. VoealHoh H. M. A. Miller
I. .Suiilhiwer ('hnrii
..The MUhus hehiicferand Lawrence
(I. Leap Year Pastorale
7. Vocal Solo Mlwi Dowm'U
8. Crandiutnher'x (Jho-t ritory
II. Puimhiiu (lice Club
Admission, : 50 Cts.
NttT 10 12.
'"pilK iiiuleisigued litis been duly np
X pointed .-.signee of the Kitate of
Ah Yet & Co., Ilaukiupt, of Honolulu.
All puiboiis having clothing being iiiudu
or icpiihed hy Ah Yel A (;o., of Minium
Hlreet, must cull Ininieillaloly on the Ab
signed, or the uillcles will be hold at
Assignee Ktato Ah Yet it Co,, care of
II. W. Schmidt it Sons. 1177 tit
HOUSE & IAVV tfOlt SALE.
JPfiKi (X Yiiuiijj street. House
ilrS?' contidlis live loonib,
EwlKift kitchen, bathroom, ec. Lot
60x140 feet. For further juirtlciihirs
apply to JOSE MEDKIRCW,
37(J lm Young street,
THE MUTUAL LIFE
lttUlAKSI A. HcOlJJUUY,
It lini paid its members since, its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
Its New Distribution Policy is the moat liberal over offered by
ariy For full imrtictilars imnlv to
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOORMATS. DOOM MATS.
llubher, superior quality; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoiiniit Mats, a dewirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. EST- Call and examine our slock.
Auction Sales riy James F. Morgan.
BUiLBING SITES !
At in v iSalcHinoin, Queen .street, I will
ell at Public Auction, j
Oh SATURDAY, Mnrch 2(5,
AT 11! 0'GLOOJC NOON.
formerly occupied by Mr. .1. A. llus-
t-inner :is n Hesideuce, on Piikoi
mid l'em-iie.ohi Htreela.
The Lot it- 200 feet wide ami -J00
feet deep with a 25 feelentruuce from
I'iikoi street, and 25 feet from l'enhii
eolu street. Tbcie is a
LARGE DWELLING HOUSE
On tlie property, containing Parlor,
Dining Room, -1 Bedioonis, Large
Verandas, Pantiy, Kitchen,
etc., etc., etc.
At the same time will be sold
Til RISE BUILDING LOTS
Adjoining the above on Piikoi street';
si.e 75 feel i.n Piikoi street,
and 200 feet deep.
All this propel ly is nicely planted
with Emit and Shade Trees. Water
laid on thiougbout.
gJfiPTait of the purchase money
can remain on mortgage. For further
particulars apply to
J A 13. V. MORGAN,
order of Mu. M. UYMAX 1 will
sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom, (jueeii street,
On RATUKOAV, March 2,
Ai' ix :i.;i'it miu.v,
His Fine Residence
The Lot has a frontage of 152.3 feet on
If inn street, lfiU.5 feet on Youmj street,
and 1 2!)3.:i feet deep.
The House Is one of the Host llullt.
Most Convenient and Handsomest Resi
dences In Ihe city, mid contains Large
Parlor, i bedrooms, ISath, Diuliigroom,
Panlrj', Kitchen, cte. There are Large
Ver.iuilas uu tlnee tides of the House.
There In uKo a Lare Attic which can
icailily he divided into rooms. '
A Large Cottage at the rear contains
Servant's Quartern, Laundry, liath, Sta
ble and Carriage Room.
The Grounds are planted with Fruit
Trees and Oriinmeutal Shrubbery. The
Walks throughout aie wcll-hullt, ensur
ing eonitort (luring wet weather.
This offers an unusual opportunity to
purchase the Handsomest and Mosl Con
venient ltesideuce in Honolulu.
0-For TERMS OF SALE and fur
ther particulars apply to
JAS. IP. ;.IORG AX,
G. SO MM A,
107 KIM; NTltl'.IVI'.
Has the honor to Infoiui the Ladles that
he bus opened in connection with
his liiirber Shop a
First-class Parisian Ladies'
liair Drepsing Parlor
For Linden' Hair Diesslug, Shampooing, 1
iimr (Jutting ami i.mrimg. Also, all Minis
of Artistic Hair Woik. U7 lw
Win RTmililimrM. IfmniUH.
Pastels, AHotylies, Photo-
gravures, Etoiungs aim
everything in tho line of
pictures, go to King Uros.,
issues Every Desirable Form of
CORSETS J30RSETS !
P. D. CORSETS
Just Received a Full Line of P. D. CORSETS at
104 Fort btreei, Honolulu.
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE COKSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
I IT CAN'T BE BEAT 1 ) Q O
New York Life
Interest, Rents, etc . . ..
Endowments and Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc
TOTAL TO POLICY-HOLDERS
New Policies Issued
New Insurance Written
Liabilities, 4 per cent. Standard
Policies in Force
Insurance in Force
Growth of the Company During the
Past Eleven Years.
NEW INSURANCE ISSUED.
In tho year 1880 $ 22,229,979 00
In the year 1885 '. . . 68,521,452 00
In the year 1891 152,604,982 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 $135,726,916 00
January 1, 1886 u 259,074,500 00
January 1, 1892 614,824,713 00
January 1, 1881 8 43,183,934 81
January 1, 1880.. 60,804,321 32
January 1, 1892 125,917,290 81
January 1, 1881 0,047,202 81
January 1, 1886 10,188,215 90
January 1, 1892 ." 15,141,023 31
In the year 1880 8 4,499,89124
I.. i. ioor.
m IU. year 1891
OF NEW YORK.
FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLI ARS,
any Insurance Company,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
T S 1T CAN'T BE BEAT
T M K
$ 26,'25G,275 40
$ 31,854,194 98
$ 0,087,620 70
. 2,438,429 37
. 4,145,440 81
$ 12,671,490 88
JAN. 1, 1892.
' $125,947,290 81
.' $15,141,023 31
n noi QTQ r?n
General Agtiit (or the Hawaiian Inlands.
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