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Crown Lancta for Lonso on tho
Island of Hawaii,
It is notified for public infoiiiiatinn
that land specially adapted foi small
funning ami fruit cultivation in suit
able portions, may beluul upon appli
cation to tho agent of Crown Lands.
Dnsciiti'iioN or land.
The Crown Land of Olaa cotnpris
inn nn men of 54,000 acres is situated
in tlio District of Puna, and extends
from tlio crater of Kihuiea to within
11 miles of the town of Hilo. The
quality of the soil is excellent and
comprises large tracts of stipeiioi land
of deep loamy soil. The new Volcano
Road, now in course of constiuction
by tho Government, affords cheap fa
cilities of access to inaikct. Nemly
all of the sections aie heavily wood
ed, furnishing duiahlo limber foi
building and fencing purposes The
altitude range from 000 to -1000 feel
above sea level. Climate moil and
The hinds now ollered are valuable
by reason of theii good quality and
accessibility, "none of the sections- be
ing more than two miles from the
main Government Ko.nl and many of
them fronting on it.
Terms and conditions favoiable.
Special inducement:- oifbied to set
tlers. Additional insinuation and partic
ular can be obtained on application
at this otlice.
C. P. IAUKEA.
Agent of Crown Lands.
Oilice Crown Lands Commissioner,
Honolulu, April (!, 1802. (Opposite
the oilice of H. M.'s Chamlierlain.)
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NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of deepening the
channel at the entrance to Honolulu
hiubor the Dredgei will l"e in opera
tion' night and da. . At night theie
will be a dangei signal placed nn the
forwaul denick of Dredger about 110
feet above sea level, which can be seen
by all vessels, apptoaching the hurboi.
The hignal consists Hod Bed
of thiee red lights
and a while light
as in the diugr.im, White
the red lights being
about 3 feet apai t
with the white light
mi the center. Red
All steamers dossing the bar will
stop at a s.ife distance from the Dred
ger and give one blast of thou whittle
which will be .insweied by n single
blast fiom the Dicdget, Id be fol
lowed by thiee bl.it-t.s fiom the Dredg
ei when the passage is cleai and they
The Tug will be on hand when not
otherwise engaged lonssist sailing craft
in passing the Diedgei when neees-
Minister of the Inteiioi.
Inteiioi Oilice, March 0,1802.
Sale of Lease of the Government Lokos
of Lelepaua and Kaihikapu, at
On WEDNESDAY, May IS, 1S02,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the fioul en
tiance of Aliiolani Hale will be sold
at public auction the Lease of the
Government Lokos of Kaihikapu and
Lclepaua, at Moanulun, Oahu.
Term Loane for 20 years.
Upset pi ice .ffiOO per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oilice, April 7, 1&02.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1801.
Holders of water privilege, or those
paying water rates-, are heieby noti
fied that tho hours for using water foi
irrigation purposes are from (5 lo 8
o'clock a. w., and -1 to 0 o'clock i, m.
until ftuther notice,
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Workn.
C. N. Sl'ENCKlt,
Minister of the Interior.
It has pleased Her Majesty tho
Queen to appoint tho following gentle
men to lio nicinbois of tho lloanl of
JAS. G. SJ'ENOEK, Esy.
MARK P. ROBINSON, lieu.
Iolani Palace, March 31, 1802.
Tho bent tiling to soinl lo
your friends abroad i Kiujir
Bros.' IllttHtralod Souvwiilr
of Hawaii, wJiicli in potion
up lor tlio purpose and is1
uofc au advertisement. i
t'lrtlsrrd to nnthrr Srct nor Party,
lint rsta&lnhrd for the bairlit of all,
FRIDAY, Al'UlL 8, 1802.
Tlio announcement of the revival
of the defunct Puion Iron Works mi
der the name of the Pacille Iron
Works is a most welcome one. Mr.
llaekteld and his associates are
woithy of all piaiio for their enter
prise in hiking hold of the works for
business in the midst of the iudus
tiiul and commercial depression.
The news of the peaceful settle
ment of the point at issue in the
Behring Sea negotiations is very
gratifying. Owing lo the universal
interest of the subject, all available
space for foreign news, after the ar
rival of the mail, was reserved for a
summary of the latest phases of the
negotiations. There are a few other
items of important news. Count von
Kulenberg lias accepted the Prussian
Pieinicrship in succession to Count
von Captivi. His tlrst utterance in
the Landtag was an announcement
that the Government had decided to
abandon the education hill. This
caused a storm, the Ultramontanes
hissing the Premier. It is positively
stated that the Trust has acquired
Sprockets' refinery in Philadelphia
tor 7,000,000 in Ti ust certificates.
Walt Whitman, the "good gray
poet" of America, is dead.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
I'rocct'itiiijIN of (lie Iluui-il of llrri
m'liintlx'f. There was a smaller attendance
than usual at the monthly meeting of
the Hoard of Representatives of the
Honolulu Fire Department last night.
Several members are out of town,
while olbeis were unavoidably absent
from the meeting. Cine! Engineer
Ascli, Assistants Hunt and Kalawaia,
and Secretary Smith were, however,
Most of tbe business led either j
directly or indirectly to the great I
question of a new central station and
bell tower. Col. Boyd got at with
a resolution sent up uy ins company, i
Engine No. 4, for a committee of
experts to examine and report on the
condition of their enurine house and
hall. Messrs. T. R. Lucas and .1. j
C. White were appointed foi tbe pur
pose. Mr. r. Kroiise ga 0 another peg to
hang the discussion on, in the shape
of a lease of Fisbel's hall for the
Fire Police. With some suggested
amendments the lease for two years
was approved at S3.") rent a month.
It was given to the meeting that the
Minister of the Interior is confident
the Legislature will provide for the
much needed new department head
A committee reported it had given
Mr. Viggo Jacobsen the order to en
gross the letter of condolence lo the
family of the late Geo. Lucas. The
sum ol S50 was voted as relief to a
member of No. 1 company.
THE HAWAIIAN LEAGUE.
rilC IliVttl rlllllH t) 0ll Mil' Sl'UNIIll
For tin' past few days the talk
around town has been baseball and
what team was going to take the
championship this year. The Hono
lulu club is at present holding the
pennant, having won it hist season
with the Ivaniehamehas a close
second. The college boys have ma
terially strengthened their team and
expect to make a "grand tush for
the highest rung on the ladder." The
first game will be between the rival
clubs Honolulu and Kamebameha.
and will take place to-morrow after
noon at tbe League Grounds at 3 -.30
o'clock. As both teams have been
hard at practice and have good men
picked a brilliant game is expected.
The popular prices of last season
will be the admission this season.
Following will bathe teams to play
Chan. Wilder c R. Baker
Willie Lucas p. . . . W. Mebeula
H.Wodehouse .11 S. Mahuka
H. M. Whitney 2b.... R. Pahau
Chas. Wildoi .. s.s. .G.Cuniinings
E. Wodohouso 3b ... P. Davis
C. Conradt l.f W. Aliia
Geo. Lucas: r.f las. Kaukti
O. Carter . . . c.f. CIiuh. Kaanoi
Substitutes Honolulu : .las. Le-
and ,1. llarboitle.
Tbe following bids were tendered
for printing tho report of the Minis
ter of Interior, which closed yester
day at noon :
(EiiB.)-p page..., 1 i
(Haw) do .... i..r0
(Eng.) -p page.... 1,'Jo
(Haw.) do .... l.5
Elolo Publihhing Co.
(Eug) 9 page.... 2.00
(Haw.) do 2.00
Tho contract was awarded to the
Hawaiiau Gazette Co.
TO HONOLULU SUBSCRIBERS.
Mr. Charles J, McCarthy has from
April 1st had charge of the collection
of subscriptions for the Daiw Bui.i.k
tin in Honolulu. A collector from
his olllce will wail on subscribers,
nu biihseriptions may he paid at his
The Views of Minister J. Mott
Ho Says tho Island Kingdom Hank
ers for a Share- in Our
New York, March 2f. lion. .1.
Mott Smith, Minister from Hawaii at
Washington, is in the city on an im
portant matter pertaining to the
future relations between the kingdom
of Queen Liliuokalani and the United
States. He will see a number of
men interested in the island kingdom
and its sugar and rice products, and
will discuss with them the feasibility
of bringing about a commercial
union between this country and Ha
waii. As the Minister tersely puts it, "we
would not only like to have free trade
between the two countries, but we
desire to have the same relations
commercially as a State in the
Minister Smith is a native of this
Stale, but for the last forty years his
caiecr has been closely connected
with bis adopted country, where he
has held high olllce once as Minister
of the Interior and where he has
always been highly esteemed by all
classes of people and by the reigning
sovereigns. He succeeded the late
A reporter asked: "Is there not
a treaty already in existence between
I the United States and Hawaii?"
I ,lYe. mil! mndn in 187fi. which
u, -- - . -,
admitted sugar and rice duty free
into ibis country. We were satisfied
with that treaty until the new tariff
law went into effect, putting sugar
on the free list. If Hawaii had the
s.ime commercial relations to the
Union as a State we would get a
i,nimtv ,, mir SI1,Tnr .,,,,1 i,n liaimv.
uUjllg sj,ar 0n the free list lias vir-
Ua)ly aoro,jaU.(i t)e irL.aty between
jJjq two countries.
tll .iske(1 Mr i5a-ine f,. njs 0,)jn
j,,,, ud he answered in the ailirma-
UvCi 1)llt our r(.ations with this coun-
u are f)f lhu f,.junilliest and we do
, ,,.,03,. t() take the initiative in
declaring the treaty abrogated be
cause sugar is free of duty. We
propose to establish closer relations
and become to all intents and pur
poses, so far as commerce is con
cerned, a State in the Union. Am
ericans have S30, 000,000 invested in
sugar cane, plantations in Hawaii,
and so it can be seen how necessary
it is for them to protect their inter
ests by a new treaty. But tlu point
is simply this: Sugar on the free list
to all the world in thiscouutry works
a great hardship to the sugar inter
ests of the Hawaiian Islands."
The concert at Makee Island, by
the Hawaiian band ycstercliij' even
ing, was attended by a large con
course of people. The Tramways
Company put on extra cars, which
were crowded with passengers. The
1 music by the band sounded pleasant
I in tiie still night air, distuibed only
1 by the rolling of the waves. The
moonlight was brilliant. Quite a
number on horseback attended the
Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism there
as follows: "The wife of Mr. Win.
Pruitt, the Postmaster here, had been
bed-ridden with ihcumatism for sev
eral years. She could get nothing
to do her any good. We sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and she was completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to her to
verify this statement." 30 cent bot
tles tor sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
HAWAIIAN Council No. ;8!l, Aine
licau Legion of Honor, meetb
THIS EVENING, at 7:80 o'clock, at
Haimoiiv Hall, King street.
,IOS. M. OAT,
3!)0 It Secretary.
A QUARTERLY dividend will be
paid to tho stockholders of Wil
der's Steamship Company, at their olllce
on SATURDAY Apill'J, 1802.
S. B. ROSE,
Honolulu, Apt II 8, 1S!2. 'M0 2t
NOT I OK.
MR. J. SI. CAMARA, Jit., has been
elected President of the Society
St. Antonio Ben. do Hawaii, SI. A.
.1. S. RAMOS,
Honolulu, April 4. 1802. 3!)0 III
A SPRINGFIELD UO-Llght Gas Sla
cbhie In complete working order
and guaranteed. Will bo sold upon
favorable teinif lo the purchaser. Also
a few Handsome Fixtures. Apply to
300 tf KlnK street.
BETWEEN St. Louis College and
Cathollo Church a Gentleman's
Gold Watch, engiaved. The Under will
ho suitably lewaided on leaving same
at the Buli.kijn Olllce. 389 8t
1 columns of interesting reading
matterri. Mailed to foreign countries,
(6; Islands U
ForThroat and Lungs I
" I have been ill for
Hemorrhage " about five years, ,
"have had the best ,
Flifo Years, "medical advice, ,
"and I took the first
" (Lose in some doubt. This result- I
"edin afewhourscasy sleep. There i
' ' was no further hemorrhage till next '
"day, when Iliad a slight attack !
" which stopped almost immediate
"ly. By the third day all trace of j
" blood had disappeared and I had i
"recovered much strength. The ,
"fourth day I sat up in bed and ate
"my dinner, the first solid food for i
"two months. Since that time I ,
"have gradually gotten better and '
" am now able to move "about the .
"bouse. My death was daily ex-
"pected and my recovery has been j
"a great surprise to my friends and .
"the doctor. There can be no doubt !
"about the effect of German Syrup, i
"as I had an attack just previous to '
"its use. The only relief was after i
"the first dose." J.R. Loughhkvd, i
Adelaide. Australia. 46
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
REAL EST ATEI
I have leceived instructions to sell at
Public Auction, at in Saleroom,
Queen Miff I,
On SATURDAY, Airit IMli.
AT Itf O'TMMJIl XOOX.
The following Desirable Propfity:
1st A PARCEL OF LAND
Near the Fish Market and facing on the
Water Fiont. Theie are
Two Dwelling Houses
On the Propel ty. anil contains Twenty
fourRods. Deed fiom Kauakanui.
Lands at Kaalaea,
Described in R. P. L'lWC, L. C. A. (Iir.r,.
to Nanaliele, containing .'1.50 aeies.
gT For fiiithcr partieulais apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
:tS:J 8t Auctioneer
AUCTION SALE OF
Bv older of Mksshs. II. I1ACKFELD
& CO.. t will sell at Public Auction, at
my Salesroom,' Queen street,
On WEDNESDAY, Apr 13,
AT 1 O'CLOCK A. .11..
The following invoices:
1 Bavarian Lager A; MillcrV Beer,.
Tenants' Ale, TI10111 V Cameron s w nis
CHAS. f ARRE'S CHAMPAGNE.
An invoice of Fine
Manila Ciprs k Mscm,
Wiapping & Printing Papers.
Saddles, Iron Bedsteads,
Caudles, Soaps. Vinegar, Olive Oil.
Crow & BlaekwellV Pickle & Jams,
Cases Al Table Fi nit.
AIpo an ifsoitiiienl of
Crockery ani Glassware,
Dinner Sets, Te.i Sets, Etc., 1'te,
Sfijr Good 011 lew Monday
JAS. F. MOIiG W,
EXECUTORS' SALE OF
By order of T. R. Lucas and .John
Lucas, Executors of the will of Geo.
Lucas, deceased, I will sell at Public
Auction, at tlio J'remises. itukiu i.aue,
On THURSDAY, Apr 1i
AT IO O'OMHUi. A. M..
The Entire Household Furniture
Ebony Upholstered Parlor Set,
Easy Chairs, Rockers.
Large Center Rugs, Vases,
a and 4-llght Chandellem,
M. T. Center Tables, Whatnots.
Lace CuitalHS and Portieres,
3 Uluolc Walnut
M. T, Bedroom Sets.
1 Mahogany Secretary. Cat cl Table.
Book Cases, Books,
1 Household Sewing Machine,
B W. Extension Dining Table,
I). R. Cluilrs,
I McNeal & Urban Safe,
Kitchen Stove A Utensils,
Kto., i;tc Etc.,
JAH. V. MUKUAN,
THE MUTUAL LIFE
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liboral over offered by any Insurance Company,
lay Kor full particulars apptv tn
. JB. KOSE,
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered (
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain I
Cocoiinut Mats, u desirable ussoit
tnpiil. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. Soy Call and examine our stock.
Auct.on SMes by Lewis J. Levey.
Notice 1- hfifliy glw'ii that tn accord
ance with the law In ucli case made and
provided, I will cause to be cold the
Household Furniture of T.C. MoGUlKE j
taken bv me hi distraining for rent, j
to wit: "
1 lllnck Walnut Hedroom Set. 1 Roll '
Matting, 1 Wilcox & OlluVs Sewing
Machine, 1 diet of Diaweis. II Spring t
Mattrass. 1 Whu Spring and 1 Wool
Mattrasses, 1 Pine Bedstead, 1 H. W.
Baby Crib, 2 H. W. ' liaii. 1 B. W. Rd. ,
Table, 1 Kanej It miict Table. I Rugs, 1
Mammock Chair. 1 Hanging Lamp. '
sr -aid Sale will take place at the
Auction Salfst (nuns of LKVt'lS J. LE- ,
VEY. Auctioneer, coiner of Foit ami 1
On WEDNESDAY. April 20th,
IT ta 11'li.llCK XOOV.
ItSr, lflt GOO KIM.
TO BE GIVKN BY TI1K
Horibliilu Arion Society
On Saturday Evening
APKIL J, 181W.
B-TRAINS will leae the Oulm
Itullway Depot at 7 anil 8 o'clock r. m.;
letuining will leave the Grove at 10 and
12 1". 51.
t-TICKETS to be had al J. Hu
bnsh'b store, the Elite anil Ludwigen
t Cron's Ice Cieum Parlors.
SaT Quality Well-known? -155a
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
i , uii auu aner iiuy ii,
cHi lR!,- 'bo New and l)e
dwwla'fss shablu Modern HoBldenee
'of the umlerxlgued, on
Tlnustnii Avenue, containing Large Par- I
lor. Dining Room, Consei vutory, Two I
Bedioomh, Dressing Room with Station- .
uiv Wiisiisiaud una ceunr wui-uioih,
1 lliitluoom with Patent Closet and Hot
1 and Cold Water iittaeliiiient, l'aniiles.
1 China Closet and Kitchen with New
Range, Hut Water Boiler and all attach
Liuge and convenient Stable on the
piemises containing two lingo box-stalls,
ciinlage, harness and feed looms, and
j set vanis (pinners,
j Giouuds 200x200, beautifully laid out
! and teiraced. The view Is iuimu passed
I In Honolulu.
i Kor fuither particulars see
I W. G. ASHLEY,
I :i(!-tf O. R. & ICo.'ri Depot.
For San Francisco.
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inn , i-c-n ...... u..).... . ... -
t'auin Aceoinmouatioii anu win nave
enily dispatch for above port.
THEO. H. DAVIESACO,,
1 388 tf Agents.
Hot Buns I
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
New Goods by Late Arrivals !
Tools & Bmplements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THK BKST QUALITY.
'Fiom 1 Gallon to 800 Gallons'!.
BSF- We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepaied to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC 1IAKDAVARE CO., L'd.
P. D. CORSETS
Just Received a Full Line of P. D. CORSETS at
N. S. SACHS,
1 04 Fort Street.
1 ttrU KaJTMTfe.
iH'cfld! llil illliTrTf
vmV r v H Wil J If I JJ
nJV W I xl Ifv
A WW fill
irUhllU 11 IllhW
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BE BEAT ! ) Q O I"' S IT CAN'T BE-BEAT !
Trio Efiiiifolilo I ifo Hi
i ISO LUIJllOillO L,liO Hyo
Society of the United States.
JANUARY I, 1892.
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
SURPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
JVeiv Business Written in 1891 $280, OOP, OOP. OO
Assurance in Force K. $800, OOP, OOP. OQ
The 32d Annual Statement will be issued hereafter ; in
the interval the foregoing- figures will show approximately
the chief items of the account,,
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
. F. EHLEBS & CO.
iI FOMT KUMMDICX'.
After Inking Stock we offer superior values for less than foinicr pilees In every
CHENILLE PORTIERES, FROJI $0.50 UPWARD,
JiKliow'' Ac CyliilOren'w (Gossamer
AT ALL STYLES AND PRICES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUM.
SOCK AND SOAIU'8 AT COST.
C3T Dressmaking under the management of MISS K. CLARKE.
P. O. BOX -180.: H HL H A : MUTUAL TEL. DO.
WchI Cor. IVuiiuim &. ICiiiy; KlrooiM.
tfis? If you want to save time and money buy your Furniture, etc., at the
I. X, L., corner Numiiiu and King stieets.
B3T Pound tho place to buy New and Second-hand Furniture of all kinds at
lowest pi Ices, tho I. X. L., comer Nuiiauu and King streets,
tar Hedroom Sets, Wiudiobes, Ice Iioxes, Stove, Chillis, Hanging Lamps,,
migb, jnueiws, uiieuDiuers, oic boiu eneap tor casii at the I. X. Ji., corner Nuu
anu and King streets.
11 1111 unu iving tsiieuiH.
I-Steamer and Veranda Clmhs, Sofas, Bed Lounges, Baby Ct lbs,
Baskets, Sowing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the
cah piicesatthoLX. L., New and Second-hand Furniture House, eoim
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S. W. LEDERER,
Store Open Huturduy
OF NEW YORK.
- j-mimuio iiuiiru, uunior fliw-
JSvoniuga till 9 o'clock. w