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Whereas by a decision of the Hun- j
orublo A. Francis .liuld, Chief Justice '
of the Supremo Court, the election of
J. N. Kapnhu as JlupretentiUivc for
tlio District ot Ivan, Island of Hawaii,
hat) been declared invalid and hisscat
Now, thcrefoto, by virtue of the'
power vested in nic by law, 1 do here
by give notice that a Special Election
for Keprcfccutative will bo hold in the
said District of Ivuu, Island of Hawaii,
on SATURDAY, the HOih day of
April, 1802, between the hours of 8
o'clock n. in. and ii o'clock p. in.
seventh mariner or iiawaii, kau.
First l'rccinct. Extending fioni the
boundary of l'una to and including
thu land of Xiuole.
rolling Place. J'ahala School
Inspectors. T. 1 Harris,
.1. W. Kuaitnoku.
appoiiited for Election
N. C. llouoko.i,
Second Precinct. The remainder
of the District of Kuu.
Polling Place. Waiohinu Court
Inspector.-. M. Malakatia,
'. 15. Miteoinber,
J. H. S. Mai tin.
appointed for Election
Uev. M. Lukela,
J. W. Ivaliopn.
C. N. Sl'ENUEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, March 30, 1892.
:S:t 3t-M It
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of deepening the
channel ut the entiunee lo Honolulu
hnibor the Diedgcr will be in opera
tion night and day. At night there
will bo a dangei signal placed on the
forwaid ileuick of Dredger about 30
feet above sea level, which can be seen
by nil ves.-cU approaching the harbor.
The. f-ignal consists ltetl Hcd
of three led lights
and a while light
as in the diagram, White
t ho red lights being
about 3 feel apart
with the white light
mi the centpr. Hed
All steamers, ciossing the bar will
stop at a safe distance from the Dred
ger mid give one blast of (heir whistle
which will bo aiiswoiod by a single
blast fiom the Pledger, lo be fol
lowed by three blasts hum the Dredg
er when tin: parage is clear and they
The Tug will be on hand when not
otherwise engaged toar-Mstr-ailing craft
in paBsing the Dredger when iiecos.
snrv. V. N. SI' EN OK 11,
Minister of tiie Interior.
Interior Olllco, Maich (I, 1802.
Foreign Oilicu -Notice.
Honolulu, .March 20, 1802. f
Official notice having been given to
this Department that during tho tem
porary absence from Honolulu of
Monsieur G, 13, d'Anglade, Consul
and Commissioner for France,
MoNisiBUK ANTOINE VIZAVONA
Will discharge the functions of Con
sul and Commissioner for France, ad
interim, jill poisons are heiuby re
quired to give full faith and credit to
all the official acts of the said Mon
sieur Antoine Vinvniia.
Minister of Foreign Affairs,
E 381 3i-M It
Foreign Ollice Notice.
Foiti:ia.v Oi'i ick, ;
Honolulu, Maich 20, 1802. J
Official notice having been given to
thin Department that until further
notice the duties of Substitute Chan
cellor to tho French Legation at Ho
nolulu will bo -discharged by
WALTEU M. UIFFA1U), Esq.,
Therefore, tho said Walter M. Uifl'ard,
JStsi., is horehy acknowledged as such
Substitute Chancellor ub aforesaid,
mid all his official acts as such aie
ordered to receive full faith and credit
by tho authorities of this Govern
ment. SAMUEL PAUKEK,
Minister of Foieign Allium.
381 31-1-1 It
It ImB pleased Her Majesty the
Queen to confer upon
UENJAMIN FRANKLIN DILL1NG
Tlc decoration of Knight Cominuu
dor of the Royal Order of Kulakaua.
lokni Palace, March 29, 1802.
381 2t-U It
Sale of Lease of tho Oovvtrnrntnt Lr.ml
oFKnauwaoloit, at Palolo OAhu.
On WEDNESDAY, May 18,1802,
ut 12 o'clock noon, nt the fiout en
trance of Aliiolani Hale will be sold
ut Public Auction the Lease of the
Government Land ut ICaauwaclna, at
Palolo, Oiihu, containing an area of
18 81-100 acies, of which 7 21-100
acios is Kiee Land.
Term Lease for lo years.
Upset price $ IU0 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllcc, Mar. 31, 18JI2.
Will be received at the Interior Ollice
until 'IHUHSDAY, April 7, 1802, at.
12 o'clock noon, for Printing the De
pal Uncut Repot t for the biennial
fiscal pei iod ending Match 31, 1S02.
Samples foi the style of piiutiug
and all requited information can he
had upon application to the lutciior
.Iho Mitustei of the Interior does
not bind himself to accept tire lowest
or any bid.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interim.
Interior Ollice, March 30, 1802.
Honolulu. H. I., Die. 2. 1801.
Holdeis u f water privileges, tu tho.-e
paying walei tale.-, ate hi-ieby noti
fied that the hour-, foi using water for
irrigation putposcs are from Ii to 8
o'clock .. M , and 4 to I! o'clock i m.
until further notice.
JOHN V.. WHITE,
Supl. Honolulu Water Works.
C. N. ai'KNCKii,
Minister of the Interim.
284. t f
V l-i K
t u 1 1 .a id. a ueii h
Mrtlvrd tti neither Sett nor Part,
Hft rstiihiniint for thr brmnt of till.
THUKSDAV, MAKU1I 31, 180:2.
Even the blight period of damp
ness just experienced lias put llic
Palatini road in a deplorable condi
tion. That important thoroughfare
should have the earliest attention of
"the new btoom" in the ensuing
The argument of "E. X. N." is
not conclusive of the Court's being
mistaken. The law says there shall
he not less than iwo public meetings
of Iho Inspectors, and again that
they may hold adjourned meetings
from day to day. The "not less
than two" allows as many more as
necessary, and the permission to hold
adjourned meetings is to the 'oainu
effect. There is, however, a limit
of time given, clearly, in which all
meetings shall be held. Thai is, not
less tli an live nor more than thirty
days prior lo ihe date of election.
A reason for the limit of five flays
belore the election will 02cur to
everyone, which is doubtless to pre
vent snap registrations loo close to
the election to be properly investi
gated and challenged if found neces
sary. A PLAIN QUESTION.
Some of the anonymous advocates
of annexation are quite frantic. They
seem to have the bee in their bonnet
that they are destined lo make history
right off the reel for this giotip.
Their enthusiasm is therefore of an
unhealthy kind that carries them
beyond the confines of reason into
the realms of fancy. There is going
lo he a deficiency in the profits of
this year's sugar ciop of live millions.
Therefore we must h,' annexed m
order that our sugar men can gel the
two ceiili' bounty. Those who talk
this way seem to think that the deci
sion admitting a now Slate into the
Union rests exclusively with the can
didate for Statehood. Better in
formed or less infatuated people
know that Congress is the only
power that can add a State to the
Union. And Congress always
sifts the qualifications of the
candidate, very finely, besides con
sidering what effect the admission
would lmvc on the fortunes of the
political party then in control. Has
Hawaii as she stands the qualifica
tions that Congress would approve
iu a candidate for admission? This
is a question in the category of calm
discussion. Let it bu answered by
the frantic advocates of annexation,
only without bo much frenzy and a
! little more horse bcnso than is ex
hibited In their average productions.
Dr.MCJoi'N coHeu and chocnl.Uo will
be t-oncil overy muming curly at thu
Puluco Jco Cream I'nilore, Ludwigbc:-,
ifc Cjoii, Hotel etrtci, Mi
MAKAWAO ROAD BOARD.
The Maui correspondence of the
Advertiser in its itsue of March 28
contains the following item :
The M'tkawao Road Hoard ale in
trouble About a month ago they
asked the Interior Ollice for a com
mission a supervisor for Geo. Copp
and liled the necessary bond. Since
then, they have spent much time in
watching the mails, hut, "she coincth
not" and they have grown weary,
very weary, and work on roads has
been much delayed. "Mtthope paha."
The information obtained at the
Interior Ollice and given below shows
that an injustice is done lo the Min
ister by the correspondence.
The Taxation or Road Hoard Ois
ttictof Makawno extends into liana.
The Chairman of the liana Precinct
was taken sick, delay was caused in
forwarding the returns, and the final
statement was icceived about a week
ago. With the exception of Iho
South lCona returns not yet received,
Makawao was the la-t District in the
kingdom to complete its ltoad Hoard
election returns. Meanwhile, Feb.
20lh, Mr. John lvnlaimi wrote to llic
Minister of the Interior staling that
he, Mr. Hocking and Mr. Andrews
wete elected members of the Road
Hoard for Mukawao, and that on the
17th he was elected Chairman, and
that they nominated Mr, Geo. Copp
as Road Supervisor, and asked for a
blank bond and also if they could
draw against Road Damages to fin
ish the new road from Kula lo
Makawao. lie fiirtlic asked for
SS.fiOO for Repairs of Roads.
Feb. :20th reply was made enclosing
bond for Mr. Copp to execute, and
he was informed that the road damage
appropriation could not be drawn
against for general road work. March
."illi the bond was returned to the In-
terior Ollice duly executed, and was .
approved by the Minister and held, I
and March 28th. returns from the I
Hoard of Inspectors being all in he
wrote Mr. Kahuna, asking that a
statement signed by ihe other mem
bers of the board be forwarded to
the Interior Ollice slating that he
had been elected chairman as re
quired by law, and as soon as that
was icceived the Hoard would be
recognized as duly organized and the
commission of their supervisor for
warded with full instructions. The
law requites thai the chairman shall
countersign all drafts, and it is very
necessary thai the Depart incut should
bo properly notified of the election
of chaiimau in such manner that the
olllcer can be lecognized.
In view of these facts the Maka
wao Road Hoard have themselves to
blame for their weariness of waiting,
and the Advertiser correspondent
owes an apology to tlu Minister for
an uiigentlemanly reference to him.
DISPUTES A DECISION.
Your repot t last night of the deci
sion iu llic election case at Kau
-.tales as follows:
"The law requires thai live days
inlet veue between the last siltin: of
the inspector and the election."
The law dot-n nothing of the kind.
It provides that at least two public
meetings shall be held between the
30th and the flth day prior to the
election, mid provides also that Ihe
Inspectors may continue and hold
adjourned meetings from day to day
if necessary. But it does not pro
hibit any meeting heiny held iu the
five days pi ior to the election The
following is the texl of the law:
"Section 1!J. After the posting of
the certified lists of voters as provid
ed iu Suction 11, the Board of In
spectors for lite purpose of correct
ing the said electoral roll or voting
list by adding new mimes thcicto or
striking off t lie names of such voteis
as have died, removed, or otherwise
become di-qitalilled, shall not less
than live nor more than thirty days
prior to the date of election, hold not
lesj than Iwo public meetings in thu
piecincl or district (if no precinct),
of which not less than live days gen
eral notice shall he given by posting
notice in not less than three con
spicuous places in the district, or
prccincl, if the district bo divided,
and such oilier notice as said Inspec
tors shall deem necessary. The In
spectors may continue and hold ad
journed meetings from day to day,
if'lhe same shall he necessary."
E. N. N.
Honolulu, March 30, 1892.
A NEW LABOR UNION.
The local branch of tho Labor
Union held their weekly meeting at
Robinson's hall Wednesday even
ing, An application to allilialo
with the ICiiights of Labor has
gonu on to Philadelphia and a
farewell reply is expected. The
Union is based on the nrineinlus of
the Knight of Labor, ami admits ull
. . . " . . : . '. ..
members ifrcspcc-tivu of racu or color,
excluding only piofcshioual politi
cians, and n hall jiis taken upon pro
posals of incuilicrKliip. At next meet
ing a papor will hu read n Co-opora-tivo
Agriculture. Tho entrance fee
and dues come within the rcacli of
all poor men, Cum.
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
.tlalit'H an liiviaoruliiic Hi-Ink
with water and sugar only. Delicious.
THE OLDEST DAILY Iu tho
J Khigdoin-'lho Dally llulletlu.
A VETERAN CYCLIST.
Mr. .lames Robertson, Latiricslon,
is one of llic oldest, bicycle riders in
Scotland at, present, anil during the
last year hu has ridden 2"2. miles,
the greater part ot which he has ac
complished on a boneshaker, which
weighs 72 lbs. lie has in his posses
sion various kinds of machines, hut
this is his favorite, and it is his own
I make. Upon it he can enjoy a run
I at any lime. No matter what stale
I the load may he in, or what may be
I the nature of the weather, he getier
' ally runs at the rate, of fi to 8 miles
an' hour. When, however, he is
i mounted tin a modern cycle, he can
"do" 10 or 12 miles an hour, which
do' iu or il' miles an Hour, witicn
may be considered a good perform- i
anccforanoliliiiiui. Mr. Unbcrtson is
li years old ; lias been ai abstainer for
nearly (10 years; M years he has been
a vegetarian ; and to all appearance
he Is a vigorous and healthy old man. '
His" food consists mainly of four
ounces of oatmeal made into porridge
for breakfast, and oae pound of
potatoes with a little milk for dinner,
and about live ounces of bread with !
a little cocoa, weak tea, or warm j
water for supper. Most of his oy- I
cling is done in the early morning. J
Old as he isj lie can perform tricks
on his favorite machine, such as driy- i
ing with one leg, steadying the blcy- I
clc with his one hand, etc. He has I
something new in the shape of riding j
wun siaii in ms nana, which no uses
much the same as a man walking.
He has also whal.he calls his "Hies"
two square box-like articles which
strap on his legs, to perform the
function of holphig to steady him iu
a long drive. Mr. Robertson never
knew what it was to have an aching
head nor has he ever had a tooth
drawn for toothache. This he attri
butes, in a great measure, to the
health giving exercise of which he is
so fond, combined with ills vegetarian
and temperance habits, and he has
an opinion thai a vegetarian or a
good templar is seldom troubled with
influenza or any other troubles to
J which the
llesh is heir. Falkirk
How does he feol ? He feels
mue, a deep, daric, unlading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, and lie
makes everybody feel tkesaie way
August Flower the Remedy.
How does ho feci? He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stant, but sometimes excruciating
August Flowor the Remedy.
How does he foci? He feels a
violent hiccoughing 6r jumping of
the stomach after a meal, raising
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
eaten or drunk August Flower
How does he feel ? He feels
the gradual decay of vital powe'r ;
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death and
peace August Flower tho Rem
edy. How does he feel ? He feels so
full after eating a meal that he can
hardly walk August Flower the
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
THURSDAY EVENING, Mar. 31,
Will be given the .Modern Farce
Comedy iu Two Acts,
Box of Monkeys!"1
With tho following e.i.t:
Kdward Jtuhton (a promising young
Ainciic.iti, half owner ot the Sierni
gold mine) .Mr. J. F. Urown
Olmuticcy Ojili'lhoijju (his niirmcr.
second son of Lord Unncastcr)
Mr. Georgo Potter
Slr. Ondejjo-.Thoiies (mi admher of
rank) Jllss MeGrew
Sierra ISeugsilliiti (her niece, a prairie
ro.-e) Miss Kaituic Gamhle
Lady Gulnlvcru Lhiiidioore (daughter
of the Earl ot I'nymi ugh t). Miss Gamble
AIM), T. .1. Williams' One ACT FAHOK,
"TURN HIM OUT!"
With Iho following cast:
NMcodeintiB Nobl....Mr. IM Hustings
.Mr. Mackintosh Moka...Mr. Geo, Potter
Eglantine Jtoulcuf Mr. J. F. Urown
.lullii (Moke's wife) Mi-s Gamble
.Susan .. -. ...Mis. Inula llaio
Porter 't ? V V
BS" Surplus after payment of ex
penses will he devoted to vailouseha
lilies. Admission, $1.00, 75ota. & 50uts
KtiV Dux Plan open at olllco of L. .1.
Levoy, Wednesday, March 30:h, at '1
o'clock l'. 51.
ity Doors jDiien at 7:30; Pcifortn-
i " " " uan'mges tuny ne or ere.i ai
i in :nii. is
ff"TOT10L is hereby giveu that
Cvl the following described
animal will bo Mild at public auction
on SATUHDAY, Apill 1G, 1802, at VI
o'clock noon, nt ilu Government Pound
1 Hay IIoiso, all legs black, both foic
feet ehoil, branded "Kll" on left hind
leg, ali-o '!)" on tight hind leg.
&V Owner ol the above animal innst
bi-nd in his claim within 17 days,
otherwise It will be sold on tun dato
above named. D, KAOAO,
Honolulu, Aim-oli 31, 1602, i)E3 2t
IE IHTOE LIFE
liHSS.t SCI A. ttcJtJnY.
issues very Desirable Form of Policy I
II has paid its members smco Its oigamzation THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal ever offered by any Insuranco Company.
tab" For full particulars applv to
S2i. Jbi. 1-CCMSJLg,
1-01 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
, J N 1
it CjOl (VTIAA CJ iC4 O
JtilJPlCjlluU O FJCtlU
Bv older of L II. KRHH As'lgneo of
the Estate of W Hop. 1 will sell at i
Public An iini. it my .Salr-iimm,
On miiU V. April IhI, j
A r to D'I'lilH'K a ii . I
Tin- Moek of Ooo Is, comprising I
I Mess Goods, Prints,
CLOTrlM, 'MbOR'S GOODS,
While and Brown Cottons,
Table Cloth. Hats,
ShiW C'iscs, Tables, 1 Fischer
Steol Safe, Etc., Etc.
J AS. F.MOKGAX,
AUCTION SALE OF
I have icceived instructions to sell nt
Public Auction, at my Salesroom,
Oil S'ATOUDAY, April JHh,
AT ISJ O'CLOCK XOO.V.
The followiug P' sir.thle Propeity:
1st A PAiCBL OP LAND
At Iu EU(l Kolo.
Near lite Klsh ..M 'lKet and f.iebijr on the
Water Fiout. Tlicic in-ts
Two Owcijiny Bosses
On tin- I'mperty, and contains Twenty
four JtotK licet tiom Kiintikiimii.
lv.oliii.Iio, Oil Jul,
Described in K. I 2".3(l, ,. U. A. Olfifi,
to Xaiialiele, containing il.uO acre.
C3)." Foi fiuther particulars apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Men Rule Bazaai
Biiitf A. 1.. Smith's tttort!.
ON INSTALLMENT PLAN
$5 Down A S5 a Month
Easy ! Easy ! Easy !
! JUST ItEOEIVED FULL BOUND
With Miller-Megeo Patent Backs; Also,
Full Bound, Half Bound, Cloth
i -5 o ML !
Palrtiaiil( k Gull's Banjos.
Depot for WILL FINUICS OELE
HKATED CUTLERY & SHAVING MATERIA I
gjST The ST A It SAFETY ItAOR
ih the best I Got one and fool niisor
abloV It only costs V-. Don't forgot
wi keep a full line of
Ami SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
SOAPS, HAIRBRUSHES, COMBS. Etc.
Croiitl, Lawn Tennis. Hat(uoU, Etc.
W. F. REYNOLDS,
:577J Piioi'iiiiuoit, llw
FOR toi-A-I-rC !
"V Address -A," this olllco, 382 Ot
Tho host tiling to soiul to
your IVlouU.s abroad is King
I$roH, UliiKtratod Souvonir
of Hawaii, wliicli is rotlun
up lor thu juirpoBo and in
not mi advitrtlHmnoiitf "
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Tools & implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
'From 1 Gallon to SOI) Gallons);
4qT" We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
P. D. CORSETS
Just Received u Full Line of P. D. CORSETS at
104 Fort btreei, Honolulu.
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE TIIE COKSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BE BEAT ! ) 0 O T S 1T CAN'T UE BEAT !
U 'fTllS I
i a Sa qWB s Bin
COKNJSR FOUT &
We heg to inform the Ladies that our assortment of Now Wah Dress
.Materials this 80iison comprises full lines of Foreign and Domentic importa
lioiiN. Sjiecial attention is called to our High Novelties and our display this
(eucoii will bo found the inot comprehensive in choice and lowest in prices
over brought to this market.
Pull Linos of Bedford Cords,
Fine Twilled Llama Cloth,
Rail Scotch Ginghams,
Fine French Pecales,
5-3 bh Novelties in Figured Persian Mulls,
Choice Batiste, Pine Apple Tissues, (entirely new),
Full Line of India Linen, Plain and Figured Swisses
iSf" NAINSOOK and many other New Goods too numerous to mention.
N. B. Ladies iu search of White Dress Materials will do well to in
spect our stock first, before purchasing anywhere else.
S. EHKLICI-I & CO.,
Corner Fort & Hotel Ktreets.
Ii r ' r - niin-inwin n inni m iimii ! i i n irri tr 'ir
Society of the
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000,00
SURPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
I Willi W I IMM III llllll I r W MMM BMI
JVeto Business Written m 1801 $230, 000, 000.00
Assurance in Force $800, 000, 000. 00
Tho 32d Animal Statement will bo issued hereafter; in
the interval the foregoing- figures will show approximately
tho chiof. items of the account.
ALEX. J. CART.WR8GNT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
OF NEW YORK.
Spring Opening 1
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