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Foreign OHico Notice.
FoKKUIN OKKIPE, I
Honolulu, April 11, 181)2. (
Her Majesty tlio Queen Iiiib received
an Autograph Letter from Her Maj
esty Viutoiia, Queen of Great Britain
and Ireland, Empress of India, etc.,
etc., of which the following is a copy:
By the Grace of God, of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, Queen, Defender of the
Faith, Empress of India, etr ,
etc., etc. To Her Majesty Liliu
okalani, Queen of tho Hawaiian
Islands, Sendeth Greeting: Our
Good Friend :
Wo liavo received the Letter which
You addressed to Us on iho 28th day
of January last, and in which You
convey to Us Your sorrow at the ter
rible calamity with which it has
pleased tho Almighty to visit Ub and
Our Koyal House in the death of Our
dearly beloved Grandson, His Koyul
Highness the Duke of Clarence and
Avondale and Earl of Athlone. We
request You to accept Our sincere
thanks for these expressions of sym
pathy, and We beg at the same time
to assure You that We have been
deeply touched at the expression of
sympathy and sorrow which this
painful bereavement has called forth
on. all Bides from the ltulers and Peo
ple of other nations. And so We re
commend You to the Protection of
Given at Our Court at Windsor
Castle, the 12th day of March, in the
Year of Our Lord 1892 and in the
55th Year of Our Reign.
Your Good Friend,
(Signed) VICTORIA, It. I.
392 lt-10 It
Foreign Cilice Notice.
Foreign Offioe, )
Honolulu, April 11, 1892.
Her Majesty the Queen has receiv
ed an Autograph Letter from His
Royal Highness the Prince of WaleB,
K. G., etc., etc., of which the following
is a copy :
KOURII HOUSU, I
March 12, 18'J2. $
Madam: I have received the kind
words of sympathy addressed by Your
Majesty to tho Princess of Wales and
Myself on the occasion of the death
of Our much beloved Eldest Son, His
Royal Highness The Duke of Clarence
and Avondale and Earl of Athlone.
The Princess and Myself are much
touched by Your remembrance oMJs
in Our sorrow, and hapten to return to
You Our heartfelt thanks for Your
condolences We request You to ac
cept Our best wishes for Your happi
ness, and for the long continuance
and prosperity of Your Reign ; and
with sentiments of high consideration
I remain, Madam,
Your Majesty's Sincere
:U)2 lt-lfi It
Crown Lands for Lease on the
Island of Hawaii.
It iB notified for public information
that land specially adapted for small
farming and fruit cultivation in suit
able portions, may bo had upon appli
cation to the agent of Crown Lands.
description or land.
Tho Crown Land of Olaa compris
ing an area of 5-1,000 acres is situated
in tho District of Puna, and extends
from tho crater of Kilanea to within
11 miles of tho town of Hilo. Tho
quality of tho soil is excollent and
comprises largo tracts of superior land
of deep loamy soil. Tho now Volcano
Road, now in courso of construction
by tho Government, uflbrds cheap fa
cilities of access to market. Nearly
till of tho sections arc heavily wood
ed, furnishing durable timber for
building and fencing purposes. The
altitudo ranges from GOO to 4000 feet
abovo seu level, Climate moist and
Tho lands now ollercd are valuable
by reason of their good quality and
accessibility, none of the sections be
ing more than two miles from tho
main Government Road and many of
them fronting on it.
Terms and conditions favorable.
Special inducements offered to bet
tiers. Additional information and partic
ulars caii be obtained on application
at this oflico.
0. P. IAUKEA,
Agent of Crown Lands,
Oflico Crown Lauds Commissioner,
Honolulu; April 0, 1892, (Opposite
the oilice of 11. M.'a Clituiibf rlaiu.)
Tenders for Purchaso of Ha
Notice is hereby given that, undei
authority of Chapter 118, Session Laws
of 1888, "An Act io give greater seen
rity lo Depositors in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Hank," the Postmaster
General oilers for hale $50,000 of Cou
pon llonds of the Hawaiian Govern
ment, such bonds to be issued in tho
denomination of One Thousand Dol
lars each, redeemable in not less than
five years nor moie than twenty
years, with interest at six percent per
annum, payable semi-annually, prin
cipal and interest payable in U. S.
cold coin, the bond Id e.vnruns on
their face that thev are issued no !
security for the Postal Savings llntik
Tenders for the purcluiMi of tho
whole or any pait of said bonds will
be received at the oilice of the Regis
trar of Public Accounts, Finance De
pirtmeut, up to 12 o'clock noon on
Tuesday, 20th day of April, 1S92.
Tho Postmaster General does not
bind him.sclf lo accept any tender, or
the whole of ,uiy tender.
Dated Aptil 11, 18U2.
II. A. Wu)i:mann,
Minister of Finance.
Ministerof Koieign Allaiis.
C. N. Sl'KNCKK,
Minittlcr of Inteiior.
W. Austin Wihtino,
Ptcilntd to neither Strt nor J'arty,
But established for the benefit of all
MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1892.
By the death of Judge McCully
the Supreme Court loses one of the
ablest and most upright Justices it
has had since organization. The sur
viving three Justices will find the
burden of work left to them all the
greater from the loss of the mature
counsels of the deparled jurist. Ac
coiding to the existing statute the
vacancy in number cannot be tilled,
the only change being Judge Bicker
ton's promotion to be First, and Judge
Dole's to be Second Associate.
Mr. Clark D. Jvnapp, whose breezy
letter on annexation appeals to-day,
is a prominent attorney at Albion,
New York. Although the Bulletin
does not agree with his opinions, it
is glad to find one so far away taking
a lively interest in Hawaii. It is idle
to assume that, even if this country
were compelled to make the change,
the United States would give it more
than a territorial government just
now, and that is something even
those most favorably disposed lo an
nexation do not want.
THROWN FROM HIS HORSE.
Ileno 1'ertro .1Io(h With AeHtli-ntuI
This morning shortly elorc 7
o'clock, Reno Pedro, an "old and
faithful employee of the firm of II.
Hackfeld & Co., met with an acci
dent whicli shortly caused his death.
He was riding down to work from
Kalihi, where he lived, when, going
past Maunakea street, a Chinese veg
etable peddler came around-Uio corn
er anl ran into Pedro' horse, scaring
the animal and causing it to shy to
one side. Pedro was thrown from the
horse on his head, dislocating his neck
and severing the arteries. lie was
picked up and carried to the Police
Station where medical attendance was
given him. The friends of the man
wanted to take him home, but were
prevailed upon to have him removed
to the Queen's Hospital. He lingered
till about 10:!30 o'clock, when he
Those who have attended the ser
vices of the second congregation of
St. Andrew's Cathedral the two last
Sunday evenings, have heard oratorio
solos, On the .'Id of Apiil, Miss May
Atkinson sang with much tuste the
alto solo, "Woe, Unto Him," from
Elijah, Last evening the solo was,
"He was despised," from the Mes
siah, and it was most excellently
sung by Miss von Holt, At the close
tho choir sang the choral, "Cast thy
burden," with much expression.
This choir is preparing an elaborate
program of music for Easter Sunday
including Dudley Buck's Te Deuiii
in E flat, Sir John Stainei's Anthem,
"They have taken away my Lord,"
and Tours' Magnificat and Nunc
Diuiittis. At the evening service at
C:80 o'clock Miss Kulamanu Ward
will sing that superb solo from the
Messiuh, "I know that my Redeemer
Mr, Daniel O'Connell, formerly
editor of the 1', (J. Advertiser and
now of the San Francisco News Let
ter, is the author of an opera, "Bluff
King Hal," for whicli II. J. Stewart
composed the music. The opera was
produced successfully by amateurs
at the Grand Opera House before a
Urge and fashionable audience in
WuST MAUI HOTES,
Hot ween midnight, and 2 o'clock of
I tho morning of Thursday, April 7, ,
1 lire was discovered in the business I
1 portion of Pain. A store kept by n i
I Celestial by the name of Kim Fn, to- '
gollicr Willi throe or four other build- ,
I ings, was reduced to ashes. Kim Ka j
l was insured on stock and fixlnies to i
the amount of $11000.
I An attempt nt incendiarism was
made early in the morning of the I
' Mondny preceding the lire in the i
same uoighboihood, but the Hre-lvug i
I was frightened away before he could I
accomplish his purpose. An inquest
will he held by the authorities, where
the facts in the case may he foith-
1 Cliieken-8teallug about Waihee
and Wniluku has been of frequent
occurrence lately, amuv or our
people have lost all their chickens.
Your correspondent lost forty-two
one night and the next night the
thieves returned and carried off tho
remainder. Tuesday night a Portu
guese caught a heathen in his
chicken-house, who had bagged
several of tils buds. After pom
meling him pretty thoroughly 1 e
walked him down to the jail. At
his trial the evidence being' conclu
sive, he was convicted and sentenced
to eight months' hard labor.
Society people hereabouts have
been cnteitaiued in the usual man
ner (hiring the past week.
Mrs. U. D. Wulbridge gave a lun
cheon at her lovely home in Wniluku
lo a number of lady friends, lo meet
Mrs. Clms. 11. Makee, who leaves
Maui to-day for Honolulu for a brief
visit, and thence goes to.Kapna, Kau
ai, "where she will make her future
home. The luncheon was pronounced
by all present as one of the most re
cherche affairs of tho kind ever giv
en on Maui. The following are the
names of the ladies present: Mrs.
I R. 1). Walbridgc, Mrs. Chas. B. Ma
! kee, Mrs. Harry .Austin, Miss lvit
I tie Ritchie, Mrs. C. B. Wells, and
! Mrs. Geo. Herbert.
We aie pleased to see Mr. II. G.
Treadway out' for a little airing and
sunshine behind his trotter yesloulay,
the first time since his illness. Friend
Treadway has every appearance ol a
very severe tussle with malaria.
Judge George Richardson is little
or no belter, and the eldest boy,
making tho third, was taken down
seriously ill with fever. The sympa
thy of the community is with the
The American bai k Newsboy, John
son master, arrived in ballast from
Honolulu, to load Pain sugar for San
Francisco, and will get away in a few
days Willi about 1(1. 000 bags.
The schooner Anna, Williams mas
ter, sailed the morning of the ,'Jd
i with ."1,290 bags of sugar consigned
o J. D. SprecKels & Bros.
The tegular N. E. trade winds have
set in, we trust to stay. Weather
dry and warm.
Waihee mill was compelled lo make
a brief shut down this week, owing
lo breaking of piston of engine driv
ing knives, but it is running full lime
Honolulu, April 1, 18!)2.
His Excellency C. N. Sii:nci:u,
Minister of the Interior.
Sir : I have the honor to present to
you my report ot the Insane Asylum '
for the qtiaiter ending Match JJ1,
As pur last report of Dee. Ill, lbill.
the number of patients on thai
dale was 7!)
Palieuts admitted during Qn.nltv
ending .Match ill, 18IIL' 10
Patients discharged during quarter
ending Match. 'II, ls'J2 -j
Patients died dining ipiarler ending
March :S1, 1S1I2 i
Total remaining In Asvl m .Mar.
Nationality of patients admitted dm
I ng quarter
Hawaiian mah' :!; female....:! .. f
Chinese. ;...; ' ....0....1
.bipane.se ,...:; ' ....o....'j
ti S Islanders " ....-J; ' ....0... 2
Nationality of patients discharged dur
Hawaiian, male.. .. 1 ; female. ... 1 ....;!
Chliiec, male '; " ....0 2
.lapanu.se, male I; " ,...(....-)
American, male. .. .1 ; " ....0....1
Portuguese, male...'.'; ' ....().. ..2
.Nationality of Patients w died iliu
American, male '. 1
Chinese, mule ,.. I
Nationality of patients renuilnini;
Asylum, March 111, 1802 i
Hawaiian, male... ,ir; female.. (I....
Portuguese," ... Id; " . it....
German, " -'; " . .. 1
American, " ..'., 4 ; " ......
English, " .... 0j ..1....
hlllOM!, " ....12; ' ..0
E. Indian, " .... I; ' ..0....
Manllanian, .... 1; " ..0....
U.S. Island. "... 0; ..(),...
C.Ainerieau " .... 1: " ..u....
N'orweglan, " .... U; ,,U....
Swede, " .... 1; " .,0....
Canadian, " .... 1; ..()....
Japanese, " .... :i; ,,m ...
Italian, " .... 1; ..0....
Total (i-2 12 71
Cause of death of Iho two patients
who died during the (punter;
Name E. II., age It), American, ad
mitted April 0, 1882, died Feb. i), 1892,
of hemorrhage from the lungs and
Name Ah Yam. ago 00, Chinese, ad
mitted Deo. U, 1MII, died Feb. 24, 1802,
of general paralysis.
The patient who escaped from tho
Asylum on the 2'Jih ult is a Portuguese,
ho was admitted August fi, thill, buffer
ing from cuto .Mama, he had improved
so much that hopes were entertained uf
his ultimate complete recovery. He is
supposed to havoloft for Hun Frauclseo
by tho "Australia,'
I have the honor to be, sir,
Your obedient servant,
Med. Sup. Oahu Insane Asylum.
rPHE OLDES'T "DAILY In the
X JilugdomVrjUe Dally UullBtiu.
Here is an incident from the Soutti
Mississippi, written in April.iSgo,
just nftertlic Grippe had visited that
country. " I nm a fanner, one of
those who have to rise early and
work late. At the beginning of Inst
Winter I was on a trip to the City
of Vicksburg, Miss., where I got well
drenched in a shower of rain. I
went home and was soon after seized
with a dry, hacking cough. This
grew worse every day, until I had
to seek relief. I consulted Dr. Dixon
who has since died, and he told nie
to get a bottle of Boschee's German
Syrup. Meantime my cough grew
worse and worse and then the Grippe
came along and I caught that also
very severely. My condition then
compelled me to do something'. I
got two bottlesof German Syrup. I
began using them, and befoie taking
much of the second bottle, I was
entirely clear of the Cough that had
hung to me so long, the Grippe and
all its bad cflectti, I felt tip-top and
have felt that wty ever since."
PhtjjrJ.Briai.s, Jr., Cayuga, Ilines
Co., Miss. U
T II Id
Pacific 111 Ms Go.
Having neiiuired the property of the
t'lilou Iron Woiks, Co. offer for
sale at reduced rale
Hardware & 3rorc.IiiiiHli.sc I
Bar Iron and Steel,
fin" Pipe it Fittings, Uras Valves,
. Globe, Angle it Cheek, Iron it Steel
Plates, large assortment;
Bl A C U I IN 1'! 1LS u T H ,
Ill-ink Nuts, hexagon and square,
hot and cold preyed ; Boiler Tubes,
Holler Rivets, Hrass Rod it Brass
l'lpe, lite., Etc.
Ako. all Surplus Stuck if Machinery.
Small Cisllngi. Jobbiiiijs & Bepiir Work
Attended to with despatch.
Iffir For terms apply at oll'iee Queen
street, or P.O. HoxIISO; Mutual Tel. -IS7.
Panifi Iron Worki Co
KltOM 5 A. M. TO .r P. M.
On GoiiFMiy, April l Slli,
F. HORN. Proprietor.
APRIL If), 1S!)2.
B&r Quality Well-known V M
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock' of Fancy Goods.
Wo make a specialty of
.Stamping Patterns and tiro now
ready to take orders in that lino.
A hrand new stook of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies and other
artistio goods uro offered to the
Indies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
.Picture Frames mmlo to
order from late.st styles of
mouldings. Kouovntioii of
old picluruH a specialty at
JUng-UroM,, Hotel street.
ct ire s
0 I III r i MOW
va IV H H EHK u -a K M
'THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
Issues Every Desirable Form
It has paid its member since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
Us New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by
adS For full particulars apply to
iMon ,s u i u. ;
Hv order of V. C. Paike, Assignee of
tho 'KMalc of Mm v llopkee and A pan, I
will sell at Public Auction, at my Sales-
On TUKSIJAY, April 12th, j
AT 10 O'OLOOK A. M..
The Stick of Merchandise of vuid Kstnte, I
Prints, Dress Goods,
Kliiunel hlrts, ClothtiuMlosh'iy,
White and Kmwu Cottons,
Denims, Ku, Kte. Also.
1 Fischer's Steal Fireproof Safe j
ri.it lis :nii.'
Notice i hereby given that in accord- I
anee with the law In Mtcli ease made and
piovlded, I will cause lo be sold the
Household Kurnitmeof T. U. MoOUlKK
taken by me In distraining for rent, !
to wit :
1 lllaek Walnut liedioom Set, 1 Itoll '
Matting, 1 Wilcox & Gibb's Sewing
Machine. 1 Chest of Drawers. 1 Spring
Mattrass, 1 Wire Spiing and 1 Wool
Mat trasses, 1 Pine Itedstead, I II. W.
Haliy Crib, 'J U. XV. (hairs. 1 B. W. Kd.
Table, t Fancy Hound Table, 4 Hugs, 1
Hammock Chaiv. 1 Hanging Lamp.
jjnysald Sale will lake place at the
Auction Salesrooms of LEWIS .1. LE
VEY, Auctioneer, corner of Fort ami
On WEDNESDAY, April 20th,
a 'i' i -:. o:k ..
Auction Salus hy James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Hy order of Mi:ssi:s. II. II VCIvFEM)
& CO., to elo-ie cnn.lgmncils, I will sell
at Public Auction, at my Salesroom,
On WEDNESDAY, Apr 1,
AT IO O'CMH'li. A. .11..
The following invoices :
Ilavnrian f ager & Miller's Beer,
Tenants' Ale, Thorn it Cameron's Whis
CHAS. FARRE'S CHAMPAGNE.
An Invoice of Fine
Manila Cigars & Tobaccos,
Wrapping & Printing Papers,
Saddles, Iron Ucilsieads,
Candles, Soaps, Vinegar, Olive Oil,
Crosse A Ilkickw ell's Pickles it .lams,
Cases Al Table Fi tills.
Also an assm Uncut of
iiiwomr oiin it
II II Ul Ul
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Ftc, Kte.
t8 Goods on view Moiulav anil
J AS. V. MORGAN,
;W) 4 1 Auctioneer.
EXECUTORS SALE OF
FU-KNI TURK !
Hy order of T. It. Lucas and John
Lucas, Executors of the will of Geo.
I.ucas, deceased, I will cell tit Public
Auction, at the Premises, Kuktil Lane,
On THURSDAY, April 14,
AT IO O'UMHIIt A. 31.,
The Entire Household Furniture
Ebony Upholstered Parlor Set,
Kasy Chairs, Hoekers,
Large Center Rugs, Yases,
:i and -l-llgbt Chandeliers,
M. T, Center Tables, Whatnots,
Luce CurtaiNS and Portieres,
It Ulaolc Will nut
M. T. Bedroom Sets.
1 Mahogany Secretary, Card Table,
Hook CuseR, Hooks,
1 Household Sewing Machine,
II. XX. Kxtenslou Dining Tablo,
I). It, Chairs,
I McNeal & Urban Safe,
Kitchen Stove & Utensils,
Kto., Ktc, Kte Kto.
JAM. P. MORGAN,
390 fit Auctioneer.
fsi. Jb$. J-tOSIC,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Goods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes, '
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
''From 1 Gallon lo 8(10 Callous).
fieSf We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC IAKDAVARE CO., L'd.
P. D. CORSETS
.lust RiHi'ivMl :i Full Lino of V. D. CORSETS at
N. S. SACHS
! 04 Fort Street,
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT ,'
IT CAN'T HE BEAT ! ) Q Q T S . IT CAN'T BE BEAT !
PRELIMIN AR Y STATEMENT.
The Equitable Life Ass
Society of the
Liabilities, J, percent
New Business Written in 189 J $230,000,000.00
Assurance in Force $800,000,000.00 '
Tlii! ;52cl Animal 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 fslands.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
1S FORT KUXItfCKT. -
After taking Slock we offer superior values for less than former prices in every
CIIKNII.LE POKTIKIIES, FJtOM ifO.OO UI'WAKD,
IfLdLioM'' &c Oliildren'ts GoNHamer
AT ALL STVLES AND PKIOKS.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
SOCK'S AND SOAKF8 AT COST.
PJ Dressmaking under the management of MISS IC. CLAKKK.
: p. u. isox 180. : H Bk
AVwi. Cor. Niiiiiiuii
SJf If you want to save time and money buy your Fiirnlturo, etc., at the
I. X. L corner Nuuiuiii and King streets,
eSf Pound the place to buy Now and Second-hand Fiirnlturo of all kinds at
lowest prices, the I. X. h comer Niiuanu and King streets.
Wf- Hedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lamps,
Hugs, Hurcaus, Cheffonlers, etc., sold cheap for cash at the I. X. L corner Nuu
auu and King streets,
KT Htenmor and Veranda Chairs, Sofas, Hcd Lounges, Uaby Cribs, Clothes
uiunutn, ounuiK uiuuiimus, u natiiotst Moat sales, Trunks, etc., told at tno lowest
j aim ami King streets,
uusn pi ees ai mo i. .v, i.., mow and Second-hand Fitrulturo House,
S. W. LEDERER,
- Store Open BatuiUtiy
OF NEW YORK.
of Policy !
FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLI ARS.
any Insurance Company.
Late Arrivals !
A : mutual tel. o.
&, King HlrootN.
Eveniuffs till 9 o'clock. tH
la- .. - 'tavU
't l Jtrjm .
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