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1V BY AUTHORITY. ruost effectually convinced? This 5s foreigners liavo deported vasUraounta gg -.
Mb' -- the sneer with which the Adver- of tho wealth that they had got easily I Ol''fYl g
fBm' s. tiser intrort,lcC8 it9 latest "bould" out of the Hawaiians own country, J vX JLJLACUAJ,
BHg. , fF(mm$iMsS1 stroke for economy, "That the many of thorn going away with such
Crown Lauds for Loaso on the
Island of Hawaii.
It is notified for public information
that land specially adapted for small
farming and ft nit cultivation in unit
ublo portions, may be had upon appli
cation to tho agent of Crown Lands.
DKSCUIl'TION 01' LAND.
Tho Grown Land of Olaa compris
ing an area of 51,000 acios is situated
in the District of Putin, and extends
from the crater of Kilauca to within
11 miles of the town of llilo. The
quality of the soil is excellent and
com pris-es large tracts of nupetiur laud
of deep loamy soil. The new Volcano
Road, now in couise of construction
by the Government, all'ords cheap fa
cilities of access to market. Nearly
all of the sections are heavily wood
ed, furnishing durable timber for
building and fencing purpose. The
altitude ranges from COO to -1000 f cot
nbovo sea level. Climate moist and
Tho lauds now oll'ered arc vuluablo
by teasoii of their good quality and
accessibility, none of the sections be
ing more than two miles from the
main Government Road and many of
them fronting on it.
Terms and conditions favorable.
Special inducements oflbred to set
Additional information and partic
ulars can be obtained on application
ul this ottice.
C. P. IAUIvEA,
Agent of Crown Lands.
Olliec Ciown Lands Commissioner,
Honolulu, April 0,1892. (Opposite
the oflice of H. M.'s Chamberlain.)
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders ot water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation pui poses arc from G to 8
o'clock a. si., and 4 to ( o'clock p. m
until further notice.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu ater Works.
C. N. Si'EKcnu,
Minister of the Interior.
28 J tf
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jfl ail u ullfffin
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Dut established for the benefit of nil.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1892.
In this issue is concluded the arti
cle on "The Fig" in the "Divcrailied
Industries" series. There does not
seem to be any condition of success
ful culture of the lit; mentioned, in
tho information from countries where
it is a staple product, which does not
exist in these islands. It would be
a grand thing if the kingdom could
afford to start and maintain a model
fruit farm, where experiments in the
cultivation of new products could lie
worked out for the benefit of the
The Advertiser raised u growl yes
terday about the band's, playing at a
private wedding, instead of at the
wharf when the California steamer
was leaving. As the baud had played
the previous evening for the benefit
of foreign visitors and residents, the
public were not very badly treated
after all. A score of times in a year
the band gives up public concerts for
private entertainments, hut the Ad
, vertiser never complains except when
it can get a little cheap and na9ty po
litical capital out of it. Anyhow,
there is in fact no such tiling as pri
vacy about the bund's playing. It
cannot play in any part of the town
without giving a wide circle of peo
ple the benefit of its music. The
partisanship that could croak over
tho extending to the First Minister
of the Crown of the cour.csy of the
hand's attendance at the marriage of
two couples in his house is so small
as to only reflect contempt on its au
thor. FALSE ECONOMY.
' The Advertiser occasionally makes
a splurge on behalf of what it deems
to be economy of government. That
paper is .nothing if not insulting
whenever it deals with any institu
tion, public or prlvuto, over which its
own little clique does not exercise
control. ,StiII one would have thought
that there are enough lawyers hang- j
ing round that curiosity of journalism (
to prevent the insulting of a body !
that it is making a show of trying to '
inllueuceV Is that the way that
urje's or any other bodies of uieu are
most effectually convinced? This is
the sneer with which tho Adver
tiser introduces its latest "bould"
stroke for economy, "That the
coming Legislature will ho a wisely
economical one is perhaps too
much to hopo of any legislature
sic body in the present low
state of political institutions." This
studied libel coming from such a
source is decidedly refreshing, wueu
it is remembered that, in the Adver
tiser's classification of p-irties in tiie
coming Legislature, it gave 86 Con
servatives or those counted on for
wise and economical legislation and
2-1, or half of the House, out of that
ilo as belonging to the particular
section of which itself is tho adver
tised oigan, but whose interests in
the election it so hunglingly repre
sented as to leave them without
journalistic rudder or compass. How
that particular half of tho House,
who justly count on tho co-operation
of many of the remaining 11 Conser
vatives in nil things wise and good,
must love their self-appointed organ
for its kind estimate of their charac
ter and capacity contained in the
sentence above-quoted 1
In its plethoric wisdom the Adver
tiser 'advocates, as a measute of
economy, the abolition of the small
body of Household Guards the
smallest the kingdom has ever seen
of a "military establishment. This
we have no hesitation in denouncing
as false economy. Further, coming
from the source,, docs, it may well
be regarded with suspicion. The
Advertiser has fairly put itself on
record as the enemy of the country's
existing institutions. It believes in
a complete surrender of the inde
pendence of these islands, and has
shown a spirit indicating that it
would welcome any disturbance cal
culated to hasten that end. Its ad
vocacy of the wiping out of the small
display of force at the Palace is
therefore only an additional evidence
of anti-national treachery.
There has always been a military
establishment of greater or less
strength attached to the Hawaiian
monarclry. For many years it was
supplemented by a numerous militia
force aided out of the treasury.
Sometimes the ambition for military
I display on the part of sovereigns has
I run to extremes and become ridicu
1 lous. Still the military has often
been of great service. It was avail
ing once to quell a dangerous Chinese
riot in Honolulu, and more than once
to suppress disturbances in the coun
try districts. The present small
force may be sneered at as useless,
but who can say what might not have
happened, had it been absent, almost
any time within the past two jears?
There is no more reason in the Ad
vertiser's argument than in the judg
ment of the Cadi, discharging the
camel thief clearly proved guilty by
eyewitnesses on the evidence of a
much greater number of persons who
testified that they did not see the
culprit steal the beast.
It is a downright, disgraceful, un
manly and ungallant insult to the
Queen to propose that she the first
sovereign of the tender sex ever on
the throne of her country should be
deprived of the reasonable dignity
of a guard, and that the smallest
ever in existence. The reference of
the Advertiser to tho passivity of the
Household Guard hi 1887 is dis
honest and dishonorable. Everybody
knows and most right-thinking peo
ple are grateful for the fact that the
King's forces remained passive
on that occasion, when a form
idable force of " foreign militia,
patronized by the King and largely
equipped by the Government,
and backed by a small army of citi
zens organized and armed in secret,
threatened to overthrow the estab
lished institutions of the country.
It was considered a matter of con
gratulation to tho community, from
both within and without, that tho
King then conceded the vital objects
of the uprising and made the revolu
tion bloodless. Yet it has remained
for the Advertiser at iliis late day to
reproach the King's Guard for not
over-ruling tho King's peaceful coun
sels and showing fight to the almost
universal demonstration of foreign
residents. There is after that nothing
too despicable for utterance by the
The Household Guards, small us
the footing is to which they have
been reduced, were never better
drilled than now. Their, pay is all
spent iu the community. They are
a necessary adjunct to the royal es
tablishment, iu receiving distinguish
ed visitors und firing salutes. It
would be a crowning piece of foreign
usurpation to nboHsh them, simply
because times have become a littlo
tight. It makes tho proposition look
still meaner when it is considered
that times arc as tight as they are,
not merely because there is a shrink-
agejn tuo value of tue country's
chief product, but because selfish
foreigners havo deported vastjiraounta
of tho wealth that they had got easily
out of the Hawaiians' own country,
many of thorn going away with such
fruits of Hawaiian simplicity and
generosity to .live in luxury there
upon in foreign lauds. And now
that our prosperity has boon curtailed
partly by this robbing of life from
the land, the remedy is proposed of
shearing off every remnant of Ha
waiian dignity from the court of our
amiable Queen 1 Shame 1
LES ILES HAWAIENNES.
Notice Hisloriquc, Geographiquc et
Statistique, par Henry Jnlhay.
Anvers (Antwerp), 1892, pp. 43.
The character of the above work is
well described in its title. The
author, a member of more than one
geographical society, has compiled
an admirable summary from the
materials at his command,' which
shows the hand of an experienced
statUtioiau. He appears to have
drawn his information from Manloy
Hopkins' "Hawaii," from Marcel
Jionnier's work, "Les lies Hawaii,"
and especially from Mr. T. G.
Thrum's Hawaiian Annual. His mis
takes are fewer than might have been
expected, and have generally been
copied from Mr. Monnicr's entertain
ing but inaccurate book.
After a rapid sketch of the history,
political organization, geography,
productions and population of tho
islands, he gives ten pages of statis
tics, chiefly commercial, and con
cludes with a brief topographical
description of each island, and an
accouutof the'famous "Belgian Con
tract" of 1843, drawn from Mr.
Hopkins' History. .
Such publications arc calculated
to do much good by diffusing correct
information about this country, of
which so little is known in Europe.
tiljuiilcntloii or AcciuntH--IcclnlonH
In the matter of the estate of Jas.
Woods, of Kohala, deceased, Mr. T.
K. Walker, as one of the executors,
has presented the eighth annual ac
count to Chief Justice Judd. It
shows receipts of $38,334.17 and ex
penditures of $40,749.02, leaving a
shortage of 88)414.85, to be carried
on to nesrt account.
Antone G. Cunha, as executor of
the estate of Antone G. Cunha, his
father, has filed his second annual ac
count, showing receipts $81o0 and
expenditures the same.
The Court in banco has filed a de
cision, through Dole, J., in the matter
of the estate of Duncan M. McBryde,
deceased, application for approval of
accounts, appeal from decision of
Judd, C. J. The decision upholds
the end arrived at by the Chief Jus
tice, refusing to discharge the Trus
tees on stated reasons.
The decision on the Chinese re
striction law is elsewhere reported.
A banco decision was filed on
April 23d by Judd, C. J., in the suit
of It. W. Aylett and Kuhiau vs. Ke
awentnahi, fur possession of land at
Kaakopua and damages. This suit
was heard at the special term, Dec.
21st, 1801," and is defendant's ap
peal from the verdict then rendered.
The laud in question is a certain por
tion of the land opposite the resi
dence of Hon. C. It. Bishop on
Kmma street, commonly known as
tho Princess Ruth Keehkolani pre
mises. Kuhiau, one of the plaintiffs,
deceased testate, and the following
persons were substituted therefor
with leave to proceed with the suit:
Christian Titcomb, Angelina Kuhiuu,
his guardian, and Lawrence Kekei
and ICaomea, devisees of said Ku
hiau. Aylett claimed three-fourths
and Kuhiau one-fourth. The deci
sion, which is rather lengthy, over
rules the exceptions, thereby award
ing the land to the plaintiffs, besides
over 83000 damages. Messrs. Thurs
ton & Frear and A. Rosa for plain
tiffs ; Messrs. Hatch and Ashford &
Ashford for defendant.
The land In question was obtained
by the defendant iu exchange with
Hon. C. R. Bishop for part of the
land now occupied by the latler's
A DISGUSTED HOUSE.
A loose horse stood iu front of tlip
Hawaiian News Co.'s store this morn
ing, when a wag spying the animal
undertook to work a suup on it. He
procured a placard and inscribed on
it the words: ,(I Want a Job," and
tied to the horse's neck. Tho
animal quietly took it all in and
started in the direction of the
Advertiser olllce. The poor bruto
felt depressed at the libel on bis
kind perpetrated by that paper this
morning, and wanted to stand as a
model for the P. C. A.'s "own
nrtist." It would satisfy tho animal
if the etcher in soap could only show
whether he meant a clothes hoise or
a live quadruped.
In a trespass suit for damages
against Ah Sow ct ul., Upunui se
cured a verdict before Judge Bicker
ton and u mixed jury yesterduy and
was awarded $200. It was an ap
peal from decision of Judgo Dole at
Chambers. J. A. Magoon for plain
tiff ; W. R. Castlo for defendant.
Hop Hiug & Co. vs. C. L. Crabbe,
Port Surveyor, is now being heard be
fore a mixed jury. It is aeuit to
recover damages alleged to have
been sustained while tho Port Sur
veyor was searching for opium,
G. Glogcr, Drusgist.Vatcrtown,
Wis. This is the opinion of a man
who U eons n drtir store, sells all
medicines, comes in direct contact
with the patients tnd their families,
and knows better than anyone else
how remedies seL, and what true
merit they have. He hears of all
the failures and successes, and can
therefore judge: "I know of no
medicine for Coughs, Sore Throat,
or Hoarseness that had done such ef
fective work in my
Coughs, fanily as Boschee's
Cn,nTi,,,i GcinianSyrup. Last
Soro Throat, walcr a la(ly callcd
HoarBonosa, at my store, who was
suiiermg irom u vuiy
severe cold. She could hardly talk,
and I told her about German Syrup
and that a few doses would give re
lief; but she had no confidence in
patent .medicines. I told her to take
a bottle, and if the results were not
satisfactory I would make no charge
for it. A, few days after she called
and paid' for it, saying that she
would never be without it in future as
a few doses had given her relief." (D
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Stock oHMs, Elc.
On FRIDAY, April 29th,
AT tO O'CLOVK A. 31..
At the Premises, King street, near the
Bridge, 1 will sell at Public Anotinu, the
Of the Premises at present occupied by
M. Fignciro, having about rt yeais to
run. There is a
Store & Dwelling
On the Property. At the i
At the s.une time will
be sold a stock of
Provisions ail Dry Glials
1 Express Wagon, 1 Brake,
2 Good Carriage Horses,
2 Sets Harness, Etc., Etc.
t- For further-particulars apply to
JAS. F. MOKGN,
LOT FOR SALE
On WEDNESDAY, May 4th.
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX,
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, 1 will
sell at Publlu Auction,
1 Piece of Land, 50x120 Feet,
Adjoining tho nnuka side -of tho resi
dence ot Mr. T. F. Lansing, Lunalilo
street, 15 minutes' walk frrthi Post Olllce,
aud 2 minutes' walk to the cars. "Water
main runs through the Lot. The above
Lot commands a line view of the Harbor
and Diamond Head.
- S6T TERMS K Cub, balance Iu 1,
2 and 3 yeais at i) percent.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
NOT! OK Is hereby given thru the tin
dorsigned, having distrained certain
goods and chattels, the pr periy of Ngov
Kee Chan Koo Kee, for non-payment of
rent, under tlie statutu iu sneheafe made
and provided, and thu said lentnl and
costs of dl-traint and luinovnl remaining
still unpauljifter llftreu diiys' dUiiaiut;
the said goolds and chattels will be offer
ed for sale at Public Auction at Sales
rooms nf .) F. Morgun, Auctioneer, on
SATURDAY, thu 1-lth day of May. 18!)2.
at 10 o'clock a. M., or so miiuh thereof
as shall be necessary to thu payment of
all arrears at tho time of fuchale, to
gether with tho costs of such distress,
rcmova , custody and side.
The following Is the lUt of goods aud
chattels above icferml lo:
11 Square Tables, 5 Round Tables. 22
Wooden (.'hairs, B AsMirtcd Chairs, 11
Wood Horn!?. 1 .loss Table, l'Mcat oufu,
1 Hanging Lump. I Clock, 1 Stand
Lamp, Lot of DUhex, Howls, Spoons,
Cooking Utensils aud X. W. lioauls,
(Igned) GOP YORK,
10J18t PerG. Awana.
Notice Is hereby given tiat tho under
signed Imviuu; distrained ceitntn oods
and chattels, tho property of M. 1 Sllvn
and M Gomes, fur nnn-payuu'iit of rent,
under the statute In such case uiiide and
provided, and the said rental und costs
of dlstuiiut and lemoval remaining still
unpaid after fifteen days' distraint; the
said goods aud chattels will be offend
for sale at Public Auction at Ihealcs
room of J. V. Morgan, Auctioneer, on
SATUKDAY, the 7th day of May, 1892.
at in o'clock a. si, or so much theieof
as fclnill be necessary to the payment of
all aireaisut the time of such sale, to
gether with the costs of sueh dMticss,
removal, custody and sale. .
The following is tho list of goods and
chattels above referral to :
1 Shipuiau Engine und nutllt, 1 Dy
namo, 1 ct Connections, 1'ulleys. 1 Ta
ble, I Desk, Plating Tools, 1 ut Kleetilc
Light Who aud Camps, 1 Iron Wut.li
staud, 1 et Solutions, Mattery Jul-, I
Plating Tank, 1 luting Tub, 1 Diuin
Oil, 1 et Plotuie Frames, I Working
liend and 2 Vice, $ Higu Hoards, 1
402 IBt ANTONKUOMKN.
A HAY Maio brand
ed' "S" under
inane, Finder will re
turn to Kuwrtlahao
Seminary and receive
THE MUTUAL LIFE
KIUIIAKU A. .UcOUKDY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0L' ARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal uver offered by any Insurance Company.
S& For full particulars apply to
S. JB. JUOB'
1-91 Gencrnl Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality j lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome,"' and plain
Steel Scraper Mats, prnctical, ser
viceable. B6f Call and examine our stock.
- ' i
To remind you. that it is
nearly two -years since we
cleaned your watch.
Isn't it about time to have
her oiled up?
H. F. W-ICHMBJJ.
Ladies' Hair Dresser,
HAS KKMOVI3D TO
No. iidL Merchant Street.
JOS?" Ladies' IIidrdresiug and Sham
pooing done at Indies' residences be
tween 10 a. m. and 5 l' si. 404 lv
C 'OJCJO iiiV.
OUR business In this Kingdom will
bo conducted by Mr. I. Kubin
6teln under full power of attorney.
Honolulu, April 20, 181)2. 405 2w
DURING my atactica from this King
dom Mr. Is Kublnstein is autho
rised to act fur mo under full power of
attorney. M. ilYMAN.
Honolulu, April 25, 1R02. 405 2w
1?ltOM und after this dato no person is
. iiutliurl.-.d us u hub-Agent of the
Equitable l,lfu Ai-suraneo hoclety. un
less under wiiiiten authority fioin
AI.KX. J. UAKTWKIGHT,
General Agent Hipdtable Life Assur
Honolulu, Uuhu. A pill 2.p, 1802.
401 1 in
PAPER HANGING 1
GIVE J. I. Mkvkk the 1'idnter n call
and have your Paper Hanging done
promptly and neatly 130 Fort street.
P. O. Box 887. Mutual Telephone
Pfi2. 15(1 tf
Vt you wuuc iiPorirnit
Enlarged cill yji ICluu Uros.,
get their piioo lint and hcg
samples, Thoy can't be beat.
j 04 Fort Street,
Boys' . Calico Shirt Waist for 25cts.
Children's Corset Waist for 40cts.
IN ALL SIZES. A NEW ASSORTMENT OP
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES'
IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS.
Antique Lace Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
New Goods by
PLA NTATIO N SUPPLIES,
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OP THE BEST QUALITY.
CARBOLINEUM AVENARIUS -
'From 1 Gallon to S00 Gallous).
BSF We are tbe only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARD WAKE CO., L'd.
Society of the United States.
JANUAHY I, 1892.
Liabilities, 4-percent $110,000,000.00
SU11PZUS $ 25,000,000.00
JVew Business Written in 1891 $230, OOO, 000. OO
Assurance in Force $800, OOO, 000. OO
.The 32tl Annual Statement will be issued hereafter ; in
the interval tho foregoing figures will show approximately
the chief items of the account.
AL&.X. J. CARTWRSGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
B. F. BHLEBS & CO. .
OO FOUT "TKE1OT.
After taking Stock vo offer supei lor values for less than foinuT prices In every
CHENILLE POKTIKKES, FUOM $0.&0 UPWARD,
AT ALL STYLES AND PHIOES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFtS,
SOCKS AND SCARFS AT COST.
r- Dressmaking under tue management of MISS K. CLARKE.
box 480.: tm mL
tf f t
WeHi Cor. Niiiiauii
& If you want to save time and money buy your Furniture, etc, at the
I. X. L., corner Nuiiuuii and King stieets
S6T Found the place to buy New and Hwoud-liand Furnlturo of all kinds at
lowest prices, tho I. X. L comer Nuiiuuii and King streets.
ajr Itedroom Si'ts, Waulrobes, Ice Hoxes, Stoves, Chairs. Hanglug Lamps,
Rugs, Hiirvaiii), Clieffonlers, etc., sold cheap fur cash at tho I. X. L., comer Nuu
anu and King htreets.
tfeSr hteumor ami Veranda Chairs, Sofas, IJcd Lounges, Hnfiy Cribs, XUotUes
Baskets, Solving Machines, Whatnots, Meat -nfeb, Trunks, etc, sold at tho lowest
CUsll lriCC3 lit the I. X. L.. Suw unit Stirnntl.lutml Fni-nltiirit llnusf,. irnmi- Vim.
,auu and King streets.
S. W. LEDEFjER,
Store 'Oi)ou Saturday
OF NEW YORK.
Late Arrivals !
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