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If ELECTION PROCLAMATION, !
Whorcns by a decision of the Hon
orable A. Francis Judd, Chief Justice
of the Supreme- Couit, the election of
J. N. Kapalut no Representative for
the District of Kan, Island of Hawaii,
has been declined invalid and his scat
Now, therefore, by virtue of the
powei vested in mo by law, 1 do here
by give notice that a Special Election
for Representative will bo held in the
said District of Kau, Island of Hawaii,
on SATURDAY, the UOth day of
April, 18!)2, between the hours of 8
o'clock a. m. and o o'clock p. m.
SUVKNTH DISTRICT OK HAWAII, KA1
First Precinct, Extending fioiu the
boundary of Puna to and including
the land of Xiuolc.
Polling Place. Pallida School
-T. P. Harris,
J. W. Kuaimoku.
appointed for Eleelion
X. C. Honokoa,
Second Precinct. The remainder
of the District of Kuu.
Polling Place. Waioliinu Court
Inspectors. M. Malakana,
'1'. IJ. Maoumbor,
J. H. S. Maitin.
appointed for Election
Hev. M. Lukcla,
J. V. Kahopu.
C. N. SPEIs'CEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, March 30, 1892.
3811 lit-U 4t
NOTICE TO MARINERS,
During the process of deepening the
channel at the entrance to Honolulu
harbor the Dredger will be in opera
tion night and day. At night there
will be a danger signal placed on the
forward derrick of Dredger about 30
feet above sea level, which can be seen
by all vessels approaching the harbor.
The signal consists Ked Ked
of thiee red lights "
and a white light
as in the diagram, White
the red lights being
about 3 feet apart
with the white light
mi the center. Red
All steamers crossing the bar will
stop at a safe distance from the Dred
ger and give one blast of their whistle
which will be answered by a single
blast from the Dredger, to bo fol
lowed by three blasts from the Dredg
er when the passage is clear and they
The Tug will be on hand when not
otherwise engaged to assist sailing craft
in passing the Dredger when neees-
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, Mai eh 9, 1802.
Sale of Lease of the Government Land
of Kaauwaelofi, at Palolo, Oabu.
On WEDNESDAY, May 18, 1802,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliiolani Hale will bo cold
at Public Auction the Lease of the
Government Land at Jvaauwueloa, at
Palolo, Oahu, containing an area of
18 84-100 acres, of which 7 21-100
acres is Kico Laud.
Torm Lease for 15 years.
Upset price .$100 pei annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
" C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllcc, Mar. 31, 1892.
Honolulu, H. L, Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or thoso
paying water rates, aie hereby noti
fied that the bouis for living water for
irrigation purposes aro from (i to 8
o'clock a. m., and -1 to (J o'clock i. m.
until further notice,
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu ater Works,
O. N. Sl'ENCEIt,
Minister of the Interior.
Will bo received at tbo Interior Office
until THURSDAY, April 7, 1892, at
J2 o'clock noon, for Printing the Do
partmont Report for tbo biennial
fiscal poriod ending Maich 31, 1892,
Samples for the style of printing
and all required information can bit
had upon application to the Interior
The Minister of the Interior does
not bind hiineolf to accept the lowest
or nny bid.
O. N. SPENOER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, March 30, 1892.
l'ago-Pago has got ahead of l'cart
Harbor in being wedded lo Uncle
Messrs. Ashford and Bush seem
to have shirked the regular talking
concert last night.
The native leaders arc evidently
not in love with either republicanism
or annexation after nil.
Ka Leo is a terrible frenzy over
the alleged appointment of a gentle
man, who returned to the country
the other day, as Deputy Postmaster
General. The fun of the noisy in
vective is that there is not a particle
of truth in the news on which it is
Ka Leo, in its editorial columns,
and correspondents of the Adver
tiser, anonymously, are suspiciously
hitter against the authorities and the
lkn.i.ETix. Their rage looks like
that of intense disappointment at
finding that the peace of the commu
nity could not he made a football of
by a parcel of unprincipled adven
lurcis. The welcome news is. brought by
the Planter that the fresh dilllculty
between the United States and Great
Britain over the Bchring Sea dispute
was on the eve of being allayed.
Lord Salisbury is believed to have
conceded enough to make a renewal
of the modus viveudi probable. It
would be the greatest crime of the
age for these consanguinous nations
to go to war without some tremen
KAWAIAHAO CHURCH ACAIN.
Yesterday afternoon a friend of
mine informed me that the Secretary
of the Scottish Thistle Club had air
ed his views in the P. C. Advertiser
on the propriety of alii wing enter
tainments for the amusement of the
public, which will not lie allowed in
a Reformed Catholic Church, to take
place in a kanaka church.
No doubt the Secretary of the
Scottish Thistle Club has a very ex
alted idea of the sanctity of a Re
formed Catholic Church, but a ka
naka church he seems to think is a
very proper place for Tom, Dick and
Harry to revel in, and as the rever
end pastor and ciders are of his
opinion, he very condescendingly
rushes in to their defense. My re
marks at money-grabbing in the mat
ter are as broad as the' are true. If
you sift the matter lo the bottom you
will perhaps find that the ei tertaiu
ments 1 am complaining of arc for
no other purpose than the getting of
dollars for good, bad, or indifferent,
usc9. Is not a church dedicated for
nobler purposes than that?
The advice of the secretary of the
Scottish Thistle Club to your humble
correspondent to read the Bible is
uncalled for what has the Bible to
do with iuy protest?
One material objection I have to
having the church where I go to listen
to the word of God used as a public
place of amusement is the tobacco
chewer. Where 1 sat last Sunday
the floor was gummed over with u
bacco juice and the rank tobacco
smell kept my attention between
times during the Sunday school reci
tations. Now here's a chance for the secre
tary of the Scottish Thistle Club to
come forwaid and guarantee that no
tobacco chewing will lie indulged in
by the public when the lights are out
and the magic lantern slides are en
gaging the attention of all. Per
haps, like a great many others, Mr.
Secretary thinks what do the d d
kanakas know about what is or is not
proper to be held in their churches.
A Kawaiaiiao Ciiuiioii Goku.
Honolulu, April 1, 1892.
More experience has proved, with
out doubt, that including the cob in
the manufacture of cornmeal is a
vast improvement on the old-fashioned
idea, of grinding the corn only,
and cither using the cobs for fuel or
throwing them away.
The cob contains a large amount
of nutritive qualities, in fact, accord
ing to chemical analysis, there is 1-1
percent more nuliimeut in one hun
dred pounds of meal ground from
cobs alone, than there jh in a like
weight of bran.
It seems to me that the people in
Australia unnecessarily wasto a great
quantity of good feeding itulf, and
probably when they como down to
times, such as the people in the Ha
waiian Islands are at present under
going, they will condescend to use
cobs for feeding stock, and not waste
There is no dunger fiom whooping
cough when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is freely given. It liquefies
the tough, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration. It also lessens
the severity and frequency of tho
paroxysms of coughing, and insures
a speedy recovery. There is not tho
least danger in giving it to children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substanco. nO cont bottles for salo
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
FninfihWt tfitrch f2lst, per
Mr. Blaine is improving steadily.
A vessel supposed Vo be the
cruiser Boston was sighted far out
to sea from San Diego on the 20th.
Miss Hazel Keycs, while making I
a balloon ascension at Sacramento, j
was thrown to the ground by the
trapeze fouling in a block at the top ;
of a pole thirty feet high. She had
no bones broken' but was thought lo j
be injured internally.
The Captain and crew of the U. S'.
S. Nipsic left that vessel at Port
Townsend, and took the San Fran
cisco steamer to join tho Adams at
Marc Island. The Nipsic is to be
made a leceiving ship.
hisli societies in San Francisco
have raised so far 1700 for a statue
A San Francisco preacher said
one-twelfth of the population of that
city was arrested last year by the
100 policemen, and yet there were
not enough police to preset ve order.
The United States relief steamer
Indiana, onl by the millers and
farmers of the Northwest for the
relief of the (amine stricken people
of Russia, is on her return voyage.
At Libau the ollicers of the ship and
Americans with tlte expedition were
entertained at a banquet.
There is a serious strike of con
ductors and trainmen on the Cana
dian Pacific Railway, which the
engineers threaten lo join.
The British expedition lo Tibo,
Africa, met with a severe rcmilsc. !
It is reported that Captain Robinson
and a private were killed and all the
ollicers and thirteen of the men were
From a Briti-.li source it is rumored
an alliance has been formed between
the United Mates and the Aigcntine
The Minister of Finance has sign
ed a scheme for the settlement of the
Portuguese debt. The plan includes
a l eduction ol interest by ')() per
cent, the raising of a loan of 820,
000,000, redeemable in lilteen years,
and the assignment of customs reve
nue lo the service of the debt.
A terrific explosion of dynamite
occurred at the Lobau military bar
racks, adjoining the Hotel de Yille,
Paris, March lo. The guards for
tunately escaped without injury.
Hundreds of windows wcie smashed,
and the walls of the barracks and
oilier buildings were shattered.
Two infernal machines, one in a
letter box, were found in Paris in
The police have made a fuilher
seizure of anarchist documents in
Belgium. It is reported that the re
cent mine explosion at Audreluis was
the work of a spiteful miner. At
Liege an infernal machine was dis
covered on the threshold of the resi
dence of the Chief ol Police.
The Abercarne tinplatc works in
Great Britain have failed. A month's
notice of closing has been given by
the Abertillery tinplatc works, which
will throw 3000 hands out of employ
ment. Commercial treaty negotiations be
tween France and Spain are about
lo be renewed.
The anti-foreign spirit has been
suppressed in Changsha, (Jliiini, but
is still rani punt in oilier Hunan
The Valkyrie won the international
yacht race at Nice.
A bill lias been rushed thiough the
French Legislature, making wilful
destruction of property with explo
sives punishable by death.
A public meeting at Paris, Canada,
favored political union with the
United States by a large majority.
The New South Wales Legislatuie
has approved a bill for the settle
ment of labor disputes by arbitra
tion. Money is deposited for a fight be
tween Corbett and Sullivan at New
Orleans September 7.
There is a strong belief that both
branches of Congress will pass the
fiee coinage hill and that the Presi
dent will veto it.
A bill to confer a local legislature
on Scotland has bepn introduced in
tin: iii.iniiNi; i:a mattkii.
The latest is that a despatch has
been, received in Washington from
Lord Salisbury. Its contents were
not divulged, but, it was bolieved,
there was good ground for the im
pression that it contained an olfcr of
acompromiby.whieh in effect included
a renewal of the modus vivendi for
the mutual protection of the seals
until after aibitratiou.
Il is reported Russia will protest
against the Bchring Sea dispute
being submitted to ariiilratiou. Rus
sia conveyed Aluska and all the
rights and privileges concerned lo
the United States for a money con
sideration. The Emperor considers
it would depreciate Russia's itandiugj
among treaty-nuiking Powers, if the
title K.he gavo to the United Stales
should now bo e.ileiJ in question. So
the story goes.
"A Member of the v,'oinnions," in
a letter to the St, James Gazette
(London), expresses the hope that
England will not insist on her claims
m the Bchring Sea matter, as insist
ence will mean the annihilation of a
Sealing news at Victoria reports
several vessels with catches, and the
arrival of the Mermaid, 75 tons, 119
days from Loudon, to join the seal,
OUISI9 1J okkmanv.
Chancellor Caprivi has pressed
one resignation after another on
Emperor William. A serious politi
cal crisis exists. In the midst of il
the Emperor has been in retirement
at the Chateau lliibcrlus for eight
days. This has occasioned alarming
rumors about the Emperor's health.
The Emperor is suffering from an
abscess in the car, the worst he has
ever had. In reply to a despatch
from Queen Victoria the Prussian
court has explained that such repose
was necessary on account of "very
intense cerebral anemia, followed by
There has been consideiablc tele
graphic correspondence between the
Foreign Olllco and the British Em
bassy in Berlin. In London people
believe that the cnlire political world
of Germany is bent on adopting a
western policy. In Vienna the peo
ple arc restless through tear that
Czechs will profit by the recent inci
dents in Berlin and will cause a new
annoyance to the Government.
Among the latest of information is
that given by the Berlin correspon
dent of the London Times, who says
that, far from resigning, Chancellor
von Caprivi is seeking to prevent the
disruption of the Cabinet. He will
endeavor to effect a compromise by
disposing of the education bill in
pulling it by until after the elections.
If the country should approve of the
action the present crisis would be
ignored, and it the veulict is adverse
a new course will be shaped.
THE EAGLE'S FLIGHT.
Did you worry through that extra
ordinary effusion which appeared in
yesterday's issue of the Advertiser
signed "The Eagle"? If so would
you kindly give your readers an idea
ol the meaning of it. It com
mences, "'Who isC. Burnett? wasui'
lirsl thought after reading his warn
ing notes in a laic issue of the
Royalist." That first thought shows
a great mind.
The latter part of his remarkable
epislle 1 did understand, wheu he
speaks of the exploits of that loyal
100, and I do not suppose that since
that glorious defense made by "Leo
nidas" with his -1000 Pelopoiinesians
against the Persian army of 3,000,
000 men, that there has been any
thing to equal it except the daring
of these loyal 100 in defense of the
liberties ot llawaiians, and it is fear
ful to contemplate the devastation
that will occur if his threat (that
the loyal -100 will never turn out
again to protect or defend that
which cannot protect llieni) is car
Great Scotl ! Are we to be left to
protect ourselves? Is the Govern
ment to be overthrown? The coun
try given up to pillage? The city to
be looted? The women insulted, and
the men put to tho sword? When
all might be avoided by distributing
the Government otllces amongst this
truly loyal, patriotic and disinter
ested band of -100 heroes!
Pei haps if you were to give a hint
to Her Majesty's Government, they
might, to save the country from such
fearful destruction, hand in their
resignation to Her Majesty who
could then satisfy (?) the demands
of these patriots. The country would
be saved and the inhabitants pro
tected. I noticed this morning that either
sonic idiots or children had hoisted
the American Hag on Punchbowl.
They evidently had intended a 1st of
April joke. RorAi.iST.
Honolulu, March 31, 1802.
THAT LABOR MEETING.
Editok Bulletin :
The article in last evening's issue,
imreference to the meeting held at
Robinson's Hall, as being more or
less intlueulial in having the flag raised
on Punchbowl, is absolutely false.
The meeting was that of the Hawai
ian Labor Union, an organization
lately formed here for the benefit of
workingmen, and has no connection
with any organization here ; nor do
we allow politics in our discussions,
and as Mr. Robert Wilcox is not a
member, he could not be present at
Tiino. P. Sr.vKiux,
Sec. Hawaiian Labor Union.
Auction Siles by Lowis J. Levey.
The Most Extonsivo Bankrupt Stock
Offered at Auotion this Season !
Ity order of Mr. J. F. Hackfeld, Afinig
nee of Iho l'Mato of Fonjj Wo, I will pell
at Public Auction, at my Salesrooms,
On TUESDAY, April 5Mi, I
AT O'CLOCK A. M , I
The Whole of the Stock of Merchandise,
etc., belonging to Mild ICsUite, compris
ing a Large Assortment of
Doeskins, Moltons, Drills, Linings,
Flannels, Shirts, Clothing,
lllankeis, Sheetings, Pilnts,
WHITE & BROWN COTTONS
Denim, Ticking, Hosiery, Hoots ami
.Shoos, Underclothing, I'er-
Felt & Straw Hats, Etc.
Sewing Maohines, Counters, Shelv
ing 4 Glass Show Cases.
LKW1S J. LISVEY,
'PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN-aa
1 columns of Interesting reading
matters. Mailed to foreign countries,
f&; lelaudu $4.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
IllOIIAKI A. ."UcOl!KBY.
I issues every irc:irtiuiu e-urm ui ruuvij t
j It baa paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
Its Now Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
! teiy For full particulars applv to
i 1-91 General Accnt for the Hawaiian Islands.
Wc have selected two oi
Croup, three lines from letters
freshly received from pa
rents who have given German Syrup
to their children in the emergencies
of Croup. You will credit these,
because they come from good, sub
stantial people, happy in finding
what so many families lack a med
iciue containing no evil drug, which
mother can administer with con
fidence to the little ones in their
most critical hours, safe and sure
that tt will carry thein through.
UD. Lj. willits, or
Alma. Neb. I uive it Daughters' Collcire.
to my children when Harrodsbiircr, Ky. 1 i
troubled with Croup have depended upon '
and never saw any it in attacks of Croup '
preparation act like with my little dauch
it. It is simply mi- ter, and find it an in. ,
raculous. valuable remedy.
Fully one-half of our customers
are mothers who use Boschee's Ger
man Syrup among their children.
A medicine to be successful with the
little folks must be a treatment for
the sudden and terrible foes of child
hood, whooping cough, croup, diph
theria aud the dangerous inflamma
tions of delicate throats and lungs.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
I have reeehi'il instruelioii'- to -ell at i
Public Auction, at my Salesroom. i
Queen street, i
On SA1TR!AY, April )tli,j
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX. j
The following Desirable Property: '
1st A PARCEL OF LAHDI
At ICllIMIAlltOlO. I
Xear the Fish Market and facing on the I
Water Front. There are
Two Dwelling Houses i
On the Property, and contains Twenty-
four liods. Deed from Kanakanul.
Lands at Kaalaea,
Described in It. P. 2.130, L. C. A. 0155,
to Naiuiliele, containing 3.50 acres.
13?" For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN',
U83 8t Auctioneer
on behalf A M Display of M Ml FaMcs!
Till? QPAWTHQI WQTCTI 17 fll FID'Q i e t0 'l,mnn lno k''ul'cs that our assortment of New Wash Dress
InlS uulll Hull lnlulLu uLUU O Materials this season comprises full lines of Foreign and Domestic importations.
A. I-.'EOTCJ O.M3
I M.USTltATKO 11V
Optical Lantern Slides
(Specially hnportcd from Scot-
1 laud for the occasion)
WILL Hi: OIVKN IN
Saturday Evening, April 2, '92,
Tho Highlands of Scotland & London
or the 'Modern Babylon."
KKV. Al.KX. MACKINTOSH, Lecturer
Doors Open at 7:30iai3!rCommence at 8
Admission, : 50 Cts. '
jjQjr Tickets nmy be hail of Hurl &
Co., Ilenson, .Smith & Co., Ilolllster & '
Co., T. G. Thrum, II. J. Nolto, Hawaiian
News Co., or of any of the S T. C. i
Members. !l7u 41 i
.f TVri)T,0E lfl hereby given that
2c6?l the following described
animal will bo sold at public auction
on SATURDAY, April 10, 1802, at VI
o'clock noon, at the Government Pound
1 Hay Horse, all legs black, both foie
feet shod, branded "KII" on left hind
leg, also "D" on right hind leg.
HSf Owner of tho above animal must
send in his claim within 17 days,
otherwise It will ho sold on tho date
above named. D. KAOAO,
Honolulu. March Ul, 18H2. a8:S tit
'W Address "A," this oilice. 382 Ot
, Tho best thing to huihI to
I your friends abroad is King
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of Hawaii, which is gotten
up lor the purpose and is
i not tux advertisement,
pacific hardware co lu,
New Goods by Late Arrivals !
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE. LUBRICATING OILS
OK THE BEST QUALITY.
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t6f We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWA11E CO., L'd.
P. D. CORSETS
Just Received a Full Line of P. U. COKSBTS at
hf. s. mM.
104 Fort Street, Ho? olulu.
1 fir! If
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IT CAN'T HE BEAT ! ) 0 O Ii S 1T CAN'T BK BEAT !
CORNER FORT &
Spring Opening !
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jiui;iui atuuniiuu jb uuuuu iu uur njgii iiuvuiutTH nun uiu uiujjui.y uns
i-eas-on will be found the most comprehensive in choice and lowest in prices
ever hi ought to this market.
Full Lines of Bedford Cords,
Fine Twilled Llama Cloth,
Boal Scotch Ginghams,
Fine Frenoh Peebles,
High Novelties in Figured Persian ftflulls,
Choice Batiste, Pine Apple Tissues, (entirely new),
Full Line of India Linen, Plain and Figured Swisses.
S NAINSOOK and many other New Goods too numerous to mention.
N. Ii. Ladies in search oi White Dress Materials will do well to in
spect our stock first, before purchasing anywhere else.
1 S. EI1KLIOH & CO.,
Corner Fort it Hotel streets,
The Equitable Life Assurance
j Society of the United States.
JANUARY i, 1892.
Liabilities, 4 percent $1 J 0,000,000.00
'SURPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
1 New Business Written in .1801 $280, 000, 000. 00
I dusuraiioe in Force $800,000,000,00
Tho 82(1 Annual Statement will be issued hereafter; in
) the interval the foregoing figures will show approximately
i the chief items of the account.
! ALEX. J, CARTWRIGHT,
I General Agent for Hawaiiuu Islands,
OF NEW YORK.
Spring Opening 1
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