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Hp BY AUTHORITY. '
wr. B!'.rriu.ri7i .- 4.
m- imam :
Wherum y u decision of tin- Hon
onil'lo A. Piancis .liuhl, Chief Justice
of Ihe Supreme Couit, tin- election of
J. N. ICupnhu ih Bopresentntive for
lite District of Kan, Isdiuul of Hiiwnii,
has been declined tmitliil ami hii '.cut
Now, therefoie, by viituv of the
power vested in me by lnv, I do hole
by give notice tlmt u Special Election
for Bopresentiitive will bo hold in tbe
said District of Kun, Island of lluwuii,
on SATUHDAY, tho liuth duy of
April, 181)2, between the hours of 8
o'clock ii. in. and 5 o'clock p. in.
suvkntii nirtrutcT or iiawaii, k.u
First Precinct. Extending from the
bonndnry of l'una to and including
'the land oPNiuole.
Polling Place. Pallida School
Inspectors. T. P. Harris',
.). W. ICuaimoku.
.Specially appointed foi Election
Day N. C. llonoko.i,
Second J'recinct. The. rcinaindei
of the District of Kau.
Polling Plncu. Wsiiohinu Oouit
Inspectors. II. Mal.ikana,
T. U. JIaeonibor,
J. II. S. Martin.
appointed for Election
Uev. 31. Lukelu,
J. W. Knliopu.
C. N. SPENCKK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olliee, March 110, 1892.
asa :u-u -It
NOTICE TO MARINERS,
During the prooe-sol deepening the
channel at tlie entrance to Honolulu
liaibor the I)red"''r will he in opera
tion Highland day. At night Iheie
will be a danger signal placed on the
forwaid derrick of Dredger about U0
feet above cea level, which can be seen
by all vessels approaching the liaibor.
The signal consist.- Bed Hed
of tlnee red lights.
and a white light
as in the diagram, White .
the red lights being
about .1 feet apart
with the white light
n the center. lied
All steamers ciosing 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 be fol
lowed by three blasts from the Dredg
er when the passage i clear anil they
The Tug will be on hand when not
otherwise euy aged to assist sailing craft
in passing the Diedger when neces
Bary. C. N. SPENCEB,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, March 9, 1892.
Sale of Lease of the Government Land
ofKaauwacloa, at Palolo Oahu.
On WEDNESDAY, M.iy 18, 1892,
al 12 o'clock noon, at the fiont en
trance of Aliinlani Hale will he sold
at Public Auction tho Lease of the
Government Land at Kaauwaeloa, at
Pulolo, O.iliu, containing an area of
18 84-100 acies, of which 7 21-100
acres is Bice Land.
Term Lease for Ifi years.
Upset price $100 pei annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, Mar. 31, 1892.
Will be leceived at tho Interior Olliee
until THURSDAY, April 7, 1892, at
12 o'clock noon, for Printing the De
pal tinenl Itepoit for the biennial
fiscal period ending March 31, 1892.
Samples for the style of pi idling
ami all ienuired iufoiniatiuu can be
had upon application to the Interior
The Minister of the Interim docs
not bind liiinnolf to accept the lowest
rn any bid.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior,
inteiior Office, March 30, 1892.
JIonomimj, H. L, Dec. 2, 1801.
Hohieis of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aie hoieby noli
tied that the hour- for using watui for
iuigation puipo-e are from (I lo 8
o'clock A. m., and 1 to Ii o'clock I'. M,
until furthoi notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
8upt. Honolulu Water Woiks,
O. N. gl'KNOKIt,
Minister of the Intotior,
f .. i t .. :
II I I V ft in
Pletlid to unlit r Stct not Party t
But rstniltAietl for !ht icnrit of alt.
MONDAY, Al'KIL I, 1892.
THE SEAL DISPUTE. !
A day's later news by the bark
Albert changes the rumors from
Washington, so that, instead of seek
ing a compromise, Lord Salisbury is
represented as being moru imperious
than evci in his demands. If this
prove to he true it can only be ex
plained, at present sight, by two
causes. Either Sir Charles Tupper,
the Canadian Agent-General in Lon
don, has iullueneoil the British Pre
mier into believing that an easy
going course will seriously disaflect
Canada, or else Lord Salisbury is
playing with lire to divert the na
tion's attention from the problems
that tin eaten to overwhelm his ad
ministration in the coming elections.
It is to lie hoped, however, that the
news is not true, but that the steamer
advices this week will reveal a more
cordial situation. In this connection
the following is intercstiim, being the
closing w'ords of Sir Edwin Arnold's
course of lectures in the Eastern
Stales, belorehis recent depaiture for
1 came to Ameiica her friend; 1
go away her champion, her servant,
her lover. I have the deepest con
viction that the future history of the
human race depends for its happy
development upon that lirtn and eter
nal friendship of the great republic
and ol the British Empire which is at
once so necessary and so natural.
Resolve on your side of the Atlantic
along with us who know 3011 on the
other to allow no ignorance, no im
patience, no foolish passing passion
to shake that amity The position
and progress of the caith aic found1
ed on it, and ihey who would destroy
it are guilty of high treason against
humanity. Accept, I pray ou, and
allow me to express toothers through
this large and representative assem
blage, the sinceie giaiitude I feel for
the unbroken goodness, incompara
ble patience, the quick appreciation
and the "sweet reasonableness"
which I have met with universally
among American audiences.
To these sentiments, so character
istic of tho author of "The Light of
the World," some American papers
place in opposition the utterances of
aristocratic organs of Briti.sh opinion,
both newspapers and magazines,
which take a pompous satisfaction in
contemning the American institutions
and people. The attitude of these
publications, however, is no more
obnoxious on the one side than the
tail-twisting assaults on the Biitish
lion, freely indulged in by American
politicians on the iloora of legisla
tures and in the columns of party
newspapers, for the purpose of tick
ling the Irish vote. Sensible Ameri
cans would, however, fain look for
the true British sentiment rather to
that other England, represented now
by such citizens of the world as Sir
Edwin Arnold, and during the dark
days of the tvar between Noilli anil
South by John Bright and the great
middle class. In the same way
Great Britain's peace-loving people,
who sincerely admire America and
Americans, will piefer to seek else
where than in the dust of politics for
the fraternal esteem at the hcait of
the Union which they wish to reci
procate, THE S. S. BATAVIA.
The British steamship Batavia,
Captain I. R. Hill, arrived on Sun
day from Yokohama and Hongkong.
She brought sevent' eight Japanese
immigrants, four of whom are fe
males, for this port. She showed a
clean bill of health, consequently
was allowed to come in and is now
lying in the stream. On board for
Honolulu are 4011 packages of Chi
nese and Japanese general merchan
dise, while in transit for Portland
and Victoria ports are 8890 packages
of general merchandise and a quan
tity of bricks. The Batavia com
mented discharging 10 II. Hackfeld
& Co.'s two steam scows this after
noon. The immigrants and those who
went on board yesterday, including
Port Surveyor C. L. Crnbbe, will be
placed in quarantine at the Quaran
tine Station by older of the health
authorities, foi a few days, as all
passengeis from Yokohama and Hong
kong ports are to be eighteen days
from port under quarantine.
The Batavia was built in Glasgow
and is 1C01 tons register. After dis
charging her Honolulu freight she
will continue her voyage to Puget
Sound porta and Victoria, B. C,
There is no danger fiotn whooping
cough when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is freely given. It liquefies
the lough, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration. It also lessens
the severity and fiequency of the
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
substance. 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Noolrty XeMH.-Knlmlul Mlilpptiiir--Wrnthrr
Society people have been unusually
active the past week. Many very
pleasant gatherings linvo taken place.
Among them was a most delightful
picnic up the picturesque Iao Valley.
Nearly all the prominent people of
Kahuiui, Wailuku and Waihcc, with
a few friends from Paia and Spreck
clsville, enjoyed the combined bounti
ful hospitality of Mr. ami Mrs. Ulias.
B. Mnkcc and Dr. and Mrs. George
Herbert of Wailuku. The weather
was cool and pleasant, and the ar
rangements for the comfort and en
joyment of all present so perfect,
that il was without doubt one of the
most enjoyable gathciings of the
Mr. and Mrs. H. Z. Austin with
their genial and popular friend, Mr.
Ned. Bivcns, entertained a party of
select friends al their pleasant homo
at Wailiee. The principal feature of
the party was an elegant little dinner,
after which dancing was indulged in
until a late hour. The house and
grounds were brightly illuminated,
while the interior was decorated witli
ferns and flowers, artistically ar
ranged by Miss Kittio Ritchie, who
received many compliments for the
great good taste displayed. During
the service of dinner, instiuuiental
and vocal music was rendered by the
Waihcc Glee Club a band of natives
and very fair pci formers. The guests
of the evening, in whose honor thu
dinner was given, were: Mr. and
Mrs. Charles B. Makcc and their
talented trieud, Miss Karnakcc Cum
mins. Amongst the others present
were Miss Kittie Ritchie, Mr. Ned.
Bivcns, Mir. Win. A. McKay and Mr.
We regret to announce the re
moval from Maui of Mr. and Mrs. C.
B. Makee and family, who will make
their home at Kcalia, Kauai, as soon
as the necessary arrangements for
departure are completed. Mr. Ma
kee lias accepted a position with his
brother-in-law, Col. Z. S. Spalding.
We wish them every success and
happiness in their new home at
Kauai, and trust they will win for
themselves there as many dear and
loving friends as they leave here, on
Maui for we kuow of no other
family we can so ill afford to lose.
Geneious to a fault, gentle in man
ner at all times, and with hearts like
loving friends read' to melt at a rna
uient's notice, opctftianded and
open-hearted to the appeal of even an
acquaintance, no wonder that Mr.
and Mrs Charles B. Makee have
hosts' of friends, friends whom they
gi applet! with hooks of steel, ready
and willing lo stand by them on any
and every occasion. Alotia 11m. 1
We are pleased to notice the re
sult of Mr. Thurston's peiseverance
and energy, in the increase of tourist
travel as seen by the animated
crowds at, and prosperous condition
of the Hawaiian Hotel, which, by the
way. we were under the impression
had recently changed management
and owed a large share of its improv
ed condition, as well as its present
beautiful internal and external ap
pearance, to the business qualifica
tions and skill of Mr. Hamilton John
son, its only manager. Is it possi
ble we are mistaken in this supposi
tion? In the Paradise of the Pacific
is a column devoted to "Information
for Tourists," "carefully compiled
and necessary corrections made for
every edition," and yet we see, by
this reliable information, that Mr.
T. E. McTighe is still the manager
of the Hawaiian Hotel.
Kahuiui, March 29, arrived bark
cntiue Skagit, Koheitson, master, in
low of steamer Claudine from Hono
lulu, to load Paia sugar for San Fran
cisco. March 31, schooner Anna, Wil
liams master, twenty one days from
San Francisco, witli cargo of general
merchandise. Will load sugar for J.
D. Spreckels & Bros.
The mills arc still busy grinding.
Crops looking very well, but business
Strong N. E. gales still prevail;
weather clear and cool, witli consid
erable rain in the uplands.
There nre many of our prominent
residents still upon the sick list.
Our Circuit Judge, Hon. George
Richardson, is very ill agaiu. For a
few days there was quite au improve
ment in his condition, but towards
evening on the 21st inst. lie was tak
en with a bad turn, and although no
immediate fatality is loeked for, his
friends and relatives are exceedingly
anxious about him.
Mr. H. G. Treadway was compelled
to return to his bed again, after a'day
or two of respite, and is again quite
THE BARK ALBERT.
The Aineiican hark Albert, Capt.
J, U. M. Winding, arrived on Satur
day evening, lU days from San Fran
cisco, having left that poit on March
22nd. She tied the passage of the
harkentlne l'Janter. which arrived the
day before. She brought the follow
ing cargo; 1027 sacks of barley to
F. A. Schaefer & Co. ; 150m shin
gles, CO111 bricks, 1U0 barrels lime,
30m posts, 220 bales hay, 10 sacks
bran, 10 sacks oats and 5 sacks rolled
barley, all to II. Hackfeld & Co.
In connection with llio tying of
tlie Planter's trip by the Albert it
may be inenlioneii the latter vessel,
in an ocean race witli the barkentinc
W. II Dimond, from Honolulu to
San Francisco, on her last trip, per
formed Ihe same feat, tying the Di
mond in twenty-one days.
LANDING OF BATTALIONS.
Tlie battalions of tho U, S. F. S,
San Francisco and the U. S. S. Iro
quois will land at 10 o'clock to-morrow
for exercise on Palace Square,
providing the wealher and roads be
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS. '
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered ,
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain '
Cocoanul Mats, a desirable assoit- !
Steel Semper Mats, practical, sor- '
16T" Call and examine our 9tock.
The majority of well-read phys
icians now believe that Consump
tion is a germ disease. In other
words, instead of being in the con
stitution itself it is caused by innu
merable small creatures living in the
lungs having no business there and
eating them away as caterpillars do
the leaves of trees.
A Germ The phlegm that is
coughed up is those
Disease. parts of the lungs
which have been
gnawed off and destroyed. These
little bacilli, as the germs are called,
are too small to be seen with the
naked eye, but they are very much
alive just the same, and enter the
body in our food, in the air we
breathe, and through the pores of
the skin. Thence they get into the
blood and finally arrive at the lungs
where they fasten and increase with
frightful rapidity. Then German
Syrup conies in, loosens them, kills
them, expells them, heals the places
they leave, and so nourish and
soothe that, in a short time consump
tives become germ-proof and well. &
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, April (,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At tlie PiemKcx at learof the Honolulu
Planing .Mill will sell at
3 Wooden Buildings
Containing Pceiboom, Stalls, etc
n Feed 1 1
rod with l
Biir Bulldlmts to
before Apiil Huh.
lie 1 cinoved 011 or
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
Household Furniture !
o.. toesday. Amu, !,.,,
at 10 i':i,k:u
At the rehidence, No. I) Kukui L.me,
by older of A. IC. Weir, I will sell at
Public Auction the Household Furni
ture, comprising :
toy Sefa ail Chairs,
Centre Table, Hanging Lamps,
Wicker Bockerti, Lounger-,
Chaiis, Bugs, Pictures, Curtain,
ASH BDFtOO?fl SET,
One Stove and Kliclbn Uioihils
Garden Tools, One Canary and Cage.
J AS. F. AIOItGlT,
AUCTION SALE OF
I have received instructions to sell at
I'ublle Auction, at my Salesroom,
On SATURDAY, April Dili,
AT lii O'UI.OOIt XOOX,
Tho following Deshablc Properly:
1st A PARCEL OF LAO
Near the Fish Market and facing on thr
Water Front. There aro
Two Dwelling Houses
On the Pioperly, and contains 'f'weiity-
jour Jtous. ueeu iiom iuiuiikiuiui.
T.rt-MHr, nf Ynnlrtft.,
.ucbu.u.0 O.U iLaiWttDft,
Itpoluu polco. Ollllll.
Descrlued hi B. P. 2H3U, L. O. A. Illfifi,
to Nauahele, containing U.50 acics.
t2T For fiulher puitlcnliiis apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
'piIE annual meeting of the Hawaiian
A Jockey Club will ho held on
MONDAY, April MU, at 7:30 r
the Uawauuu Hotel.
0. 0, BEKG1CB,
8S0 7t Secietary,
THE MUTUAL LIFE
ich;iiaki a. McutumY.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its member since its otgamzation THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLIARS.
lis New Distribution l'oliuy is the most liboral ever offered by any Insurance Company.
ItsT For full paiticulars applv to
fe. Jb. J-SOPtfJK,
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Auction Siles by Lewis J. Lovey.
Tho Mosl Extensive Bankrupt Stook
Offered at Auction this Sojson I
Iy older of Mr. J. K. Ibiekfulil. Asslg- I
nee of the Ksiato of Kong Wo, I will sell
lit I'ublle Auction, at my Salesrooms, 1
A I' IO O'CLOCK A. M.
The Whole of the Stock of Meiulianillse,
etc , belonging to satil TCstute, compris
ing a l.iugo Assortment of
Doeskins, Meltons, Drills. Miliums,
Flannels, Slilils, Clothing,
Blankets, Sheetings, Pilots,
WHI TE & BROWN COTTON'S
Denim, Ticking, Hosiery, Boots and
hlioes Underclothing, Pcr-
Felt & Straw Hats, ;c.
Sewing Machines, Counters, Shelv
ing & Glass Show Cases.
Xotiee i hereby niwn Hint in accord
ance with the law in miuIi eii'-e inside and I
provided, I will cause to he .-old the !
Household Kiunitureof T. C. MoGl'IKE
taken by iile hi iliiti aiding for rout,
to wii: '
1 lllnck Walnut llcdiooin 'it. lltoll
Matting, 1 Wilcox it Ollih'. Sewing
Machine, 1 Chest of Drawers. 1 Spring
Mattniss 1 Wire Spiiug and 1 Wool
Mattr.issiis. 1 pine Bedstead. 1 11 W.
Baby Crib, 'J . XV. 1 hairs. 1 B V. lid. ,
Table, 1 Kancj Kouml Table. 4 Hugs, 1 !
Hummock Chair. I Haugh'g Lamp.
jar Said Sale will take place al the
Auction salesrooms of LEWIS J. l.K
VKY, Auctioneer, corner of Port and
On WEDNESDAY. April 20th,
AT I O'CLOCK. XOO.V.
38.-) lot OOO KIM.
Da-iigt.s ij sto-i;, Brick, Irou or 'flood
Modjrn, Cheap & Artistic Cottagi's
a Spocia'ty I
Plan, .Specifications, Coiitr.icls drawn
and IC-tlinnti'- complete for evei y des- :
criptlon of building. Also, thoiough
superintendence of construction.
! BUILDINGS APPHAI9ED & LOTS SURVEYED
Jtooiii Xo. !), '-pieekels'
j rjj., ohas. A. Peterson
HAS leturned fioin the Coast and re
MiiiK (1 practice at Ills 1 eeldence 011
Xuuaiiii Avenue, ju&t above the First
BUT Both Telephones 382 lv
Iliwad Land 111 G'itoia
. r'" Address '-A," llils olliee. :182 (Jt
SUITE of Furnished
V Rooms to let. Enquire
Mas. A. M. MELLIS,
101 Fort si , upstairs.
HOUSE & LOT fOlt SALE.
tju a. 4 N Young stieel. House
K'pSgSgj t contains live rooms,
E&jZjctaa kitchen, bathroom, etc. Lot
50x1 -Mi feet. For further particulars
apply to JOSH .MKDKIBOS,
:17(J lin Young sheet.
OOTTAG13 TO LET.
,t r"MIK Cottage on School
&$$& -- street at present oeeu
fe?3fiK pied by Kuv. W. II. Barnes.
Possession given Apill 1, 181)2. For
piutleulurs apply to
301 lin ALKX. J. UABTWBKUIT.
JX'SJa. V i. ..,.., ....I.;, i.w.oiw... in
;jjwi t jtiHJiu ijiiiui luvHiiij , iu
Keiiliisaa minutes troni tun rost unit'c.
Board with family if dashed. Address
"A, U.," this oitleo. :t8 1 :n
,- a rpVO Nicely Furnished
AY-? 1 Booms centrally located.
a2S52S2K Knuulro Buu.irriN Of
I UVAL PBKMISE.S, 31 I
B. Iteretauii stieet, opuo- '
, tdtu Foit-stieel Church. Ap-
B. I. LILLIE, ' i
AtThco. II. Davli'B Co. I
The best thing lo hoikI to
.,,, i'i.liwluiiliiiinl luirino-
JUIIt II ICIUinaUl Ollll in IVUli:
, Hr0H.' IllllStrutod BoilVHIlIr
., ., ., , .,
.. , , ' ... ,
up lor tho purpose una la
uol nu udvoitibouient.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Goods by
JP L ANTATIO
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BKST QUALITY.
CARBOLINEUM A YEN AM US
'From 1 Gallon to SOU Gallons').
. SSf We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC JIAKDWAKB CO., L'd.
CORSETS V CORSETS!
P. D. CORSETS
Just Received a Full Line of P. D. COESBTS at
104 Fort tetretu, Honolulu.
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE AKE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BK BEAT ! 5 0 C T S IT CAN'T BE BKAT !
1& Sy J? m &M ti II Hl fvV '"t u Kift 3i " &.
Society of the
Liabilities, 4 percent
New Business Written in
I Assurance in Force-
Tlie 32d Annual Statement will be issued hereafter ; in
the interval the foregoing- figures will show approximately
the chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. OARTWRICHT,
General Agent Tor Hawaiian Islands.
iaMiw W..aili...-.ili1iwiii.lnii i !.!.! . a illij
9 JL I
OO PORT -.'JPXtli:iUrX
After taking Stock we offer supei lor values for less than former pilees iu every
CHENILLE POBTIEBES, FBOil $0.50 UPWABD,
I -)tlM' Ac . .liilliiVi ixoMMam'er
AT ALL STYLES AND PBIUES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
SOC KS AND SOAKF8 AT COST.
tS? Dressmaking under the nuiiuigeiiiPiit of MISS If CLABKE.
: v. o. box 480,: Hi 5h
WeHl Cor. ISiiiiuiiu V, Ilnu Kl.rootw.
Y- If you want to save time and money huy your Furniture, etc., at the
I. X. L., corner Nutiauu and King stieuts.
Cfflf" Found tho place to huy New ami Second-hand Furniture of all Muds at
lowest prices, the I. X. L., coiner Nuuanii and King streets.
VaS' Bedroom Sets, Wardrohos, Ice Boxen, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lamps,
Bugs, Bureaus, Cheffonlers, etc., sold cheap for cash at the I. X. L., corner Nuu-
iuiu nun iviiik hiiuuis.
tar Steamer and Veranda Chalro.
iei8, aewing Moclilneg, Wtiatnots, Meat Safes, Truuks, etc., eom at tue lowes
IWdll nnns t. llm I V T. W... ....,1 Cnn.wl-l.i,twl l.'uriillur. Ilitiiux nirnnr Kllll
Haskets, Sewing Alaehines, Whatnots,
aim and King streets. '
i S. W, LtDERER, :
j tmr ritoro Open HuturUuy
OF NEW YORK.
Late Arrivals !
N SUP PLI ES,
U suited States
1891 $230, 000, 000. 00
EELERS & CO.
MkA mutual tel. do.
Sofiw. Hed Louimes, Baby Cribs, Olotheu
Meat Safes, Truuks, etc., sold at the lowest
Evenings till 0 o'clock, -td