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Cro?u Lauds for Lcnso on the
Island of Hawaii,
It is notified for public information
that land wpeoiully ittlaitfl for small
farming iinil fruit cultivation in suil
Ulilt portions, limy boluul upon n lili
cution to the agent of Grown Lauds.
UHScutrriuN or land.
The Crown Lund of Olmi compris
ing nn urea of 5-1,000 acres is shunted
in the Distiiot of Puna, nnd extend?
from the crater of Kihitiou to within
11 miles of tho town of Hilo. The
quality of llu soil is excellent and
comprise largo tracts of supeiior land
of deep loamy soil. The new Volcano
ltoail, now in course of eonstiuction
by tho Government, ailbrds cheap fa
cilities of access to market. Nearly
all of the sections uio heavily wood
ed, furnishing durable timber foi
building and fencing purposes. The
altitude ranges from 000 to -1000 feel
ubovo sea level. Climate moist and
Tho lands now oil'ered are valuable
by reason of their good quality and
accessibility, none of thu sections1 be
ing more than two miles from the
main Government Uoad and many of
them fronting on it.
Terms and conditions favorable.
Special inducements ofl'oied to set
tlers. Additional information and paitic
ulars can be obtained on application
at this otlice.
C. P. 1AUKEA,
Agent of Clown Lands.
Ollico Crown hands Commissioner,
Honolulu, Apiil (!, 18U2. (Opposite
the office of If. M.'s Chamberlain.)
Honolulu, H. 1., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water piiwleges.or those
paying water rates, aie lioieby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
inig.ition purposes are from 6 to 8
o'clock a. M., and -1 to 0 o'clock v. si
until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu W ater Works.
C. N. Spenckic,
Minister of the Interior.
FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1892.
A province has seceded from Bra
zil, so lately changed from an imper
ial to a republican form of govern
ment. If this kingdom turned to a
republic, every different island would
piobably want to set up housekeeping
The falling off m exports from San
Francisco to these islands, for the
first three months of this year, as
shown in an item from the Examiner,
is an illustration of the contraction in
business here fioin the effects of the
The San Francisco Call disbelieves
the rumor that rich men are sending
gold to Europe in anticipation of the
passage of a free silver coinage bill.
It I10I1I3 there is no probability of the
bill's passing, and if it does pabs
gold will be worth
as much in the
United States us
in any other coun-
DOCKS BECOMING SHOAL.
Thu British ship Heumorc, while
moving mound to the other side of
Urewer's wharf, h01 stuck in- the
The Benmore got off the mud at
half-past 1 o'clock unaided, it being
low tide when she grounded. She
was towed to the Pacific Mail wharf
by the tug Eleu.
It is said that since the Ewn side
of the harbor was tilled in by the
railroad company the docks from
Brewer's wharf to the Kish Market
have shoaled several feet. The ship
Iiorrowdalo drawing more water than
the Benmore was docked at Brewer'w
about a year ago, the water at that
time being deop enough for any vessel
coming into the harbor.
FORGOT THE LICHT.
When it becomes necessary for our
Rouil Supervisor to leuve a pile of
rocks in the center of thu road as
happened on School street last night,
he slioukl see that a light is placed
in a position to warn traveler. The
writer was going toward home be
tween eleven anil twelve last night
011 horseback, and owing to no light
being there my horse fell and threw
1110 over his head, I fortunately only
icceived a few scratches. I hope
our energetic supervisor, who has
done so much for us in this district,
will see thut this docs not occur
again, M. FsK.
Stewart has addressed the Senate
on the silver question, saying the
people of thu United Slates would
not stop the agitation on the subject
until silver was restored to the place
which it occupied previous to tho
unfortunate legislation of 187I1.
Senator Palmer, in a debate on his
joint resolution for a constitutional
amendment to provide for electing
Senators by the people, said it was only
after the Republican party fell into
the hands of men who used it for the
advancement of private interests
that it became the foe to the country
which it now was. The resolution
was referred to joint committee.
An English company has let. a con
tract for an irrigation canal in Ari
zona, to be 70 miles long and .'10 feet
wide at bottom, and estimated to
cost 81,200,000. S. Si. Watson or.
Los Angeles is the contractor.
The S. S. China nnivitig in San
Francisco on the 12th had a case of
smallpox among her 220 Chinese
steerage passengers and was placed
It is ngain complained that the
Pacific Mail steamers do not call at
San Diego a3 often as their contract
under the subsidy act requires.
Portions of New York State have
been shaken by two earthquake
shocks in close succession.
The New York and Cuba Mail S.
S. Co. have had their contract under
the subsidy act canceled at their own
request because it didn't pay.
There is war between the cattlemen
and the rustlers in Wyoming. The
cattlemen have killed some of the
rustlers and burned their houses.
United States troops will assist the
Territorial authorities in restoring
It is believed Attorney General
Miller will get the vacant seat in the
U. S. Supreme Court.
There is a great crush of town site
boomers awaiting the opening of thu
Sisseton reservation in the North
west. Jim Hall and Bob Fitzsimmons
have arranged for a glove fight to a
finish at either New Orleans or San
Francisco, not before Nov. 1, or after
Dec. 30, for a purse of 812,000 and
a side bet of 85000 each.
Bernard Reiss, of the firm of Neu
bcrger, Reiss & Co., San Francisco,
has been arrested a second time for
smuggling silk fabrics.
Just after it became general!
known that the Republican candidate
for mayor was elected in Jersey City,
N. J., early this morning, a fire broke
out in the olliecvif the City Con
troller and City Treasurer. By the
latest news obtainable, it was thought
all the contents of the olllces would
be destroyed. Republicans believe
the fire was started by Democrats to
destroy the records of corruption
during their control.
Wiciespiead disaster and destitu
tion by Hoods are reported from Mis
sissippi. Hundreds of lives were
lost. From 1000 to 1200 negroes
are leit witnout nouses, ioou, or
The Boston Smelting Works Co.'s
works are binned. Loss, S2o0,000;
insurance, SOU, 000. Five hundred
iLen are thrown out of employment.
A gang of anarchists has been dis
covered in Brooklyn, N. Y., working
with over-insured occupants of tene
ments to burn their property for a
share of the insurance.
Two hundred people attended at
the pier of the Inman line, New
York, on invitation of Rev. Dr. Tal
mage, to assist in asking God'c bless
ing on 280,000 pounds of Hour, the
first installment of 1,000,000 pounds
which the Christian Herald promised
to send to the famine districts iri
Russia by the steamship Couemaugh,
which will sail in a few days.
De Giers, Russian .Minister of For
eign Affairs, is suffering from erysi
pelas in the licud, with an ulcer in
the ear, and will probably resign.
It is reported that the prohibition
of the export of gtain from Russia
will be withdrawn this month.
It is announced thatl'rince George
of Wales will visit the World's Fair.
Home Secietary Matthews is said
to have decided on releasing Mrs,
Floience Ethel Osborne, who is serv
ing a uiue months' sentence for the
theft of Mrs Hargreave's pearls and
Countess Russell, wife of Earl
Russell, from whom she lately tried
to get a divorce, and her sister, Mrs.
Dick Russell, appeared in a skirl
dunce befote a fashionable London
audience at a performance in the
Royalty Theater for the benefit of the
National Lifeboat Institution.
From Zanzibar the discovery is
reported of a plot to depose the Sul
tan in favor of a prince of Muscat.
The British are said to he in favor of
the scheme, in order to obtain a proi
tectorate over Muscat.
Manager Smith of the Australian
Mercantile Co has been sentenced
to three and a half years' imprison
ment for conspiracy to defraud tjio
company. Auditor Muck got two
The Legislature of Matto Grosso
has declared that province independ
ent of thu Republic of Brazil,
Sierra Leone' advices report the
Biilish captured nud destroyed Tam
bi, in the interior, with a loss of nine
A despatch from Toklo, Japan,
says there was a fire there Sunday,
which destroyed 0000 houses. Fifty
persons are known to have lost their
lives uud a number are still missing.
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Heavy .Iiidstmont ARiUnnt tlio Knln
knnn Kwtntc Will of the I.nt
.Indue aieUnlly Filed.
A decision was filed yesterday
awarding John T. Baker judgment
for 80857.25, on a promisory note
for S3500, against the estate of His
Into Majesty. Tho case has been
pending some time. The interest for
nine years amounted to almost as
much as tho principal. A. Rosa for
the plaintiff; F. M. Hatch for de
fendant. Another judgment still pending
against the estate is one in favor of
Keawe for S1200 and interest, being
the amount of the purchase price of
u piece of land sold to Ilia late
Mujesty. The administrator is now
preparing to file an account which
will be submitted to the Court in a
S. C. Allen anil fll. r. uooinsou
as trustees of the estate of the late
James Robinson vestcrdav filed an
account for examination and approval
of the probate Judge. Tho account
shows receipts $156,87-1.42, payments
$1-17, 370-75, aud the amount upon
which statutory commissions arc due
Justice Dole was hearing in cham
bers this afternoon the appeal case
of J. H. Schnack against L. II. Dee,
being an assumpsit suit from the Po
lice Court of Honolulu which render
ed judgment in favor of defendant.
Judge Dole gave judgment for the
plaintiff for $13. Rosa for plaintiff
appellant; Magoon for defendant.
The will of the late Lawrence Mc-
Cully has been filed in the clerk's
olllce of the Supreme Court together
with an application for probate, and
May 1st next was appointed for
hearing proof of execution of the
same. The widow, Mrs. Ellen Har
vuy McCully, is the sole devisee and
i xecutrix of the will.
II. B. M. S. Garnet has arrived at
Valparaiso from Honolulu via Tahiti.
The U. S. S. gunboat Petrel has
arrived at Hongkong via Suez Canal.
The U. S. S. Baltimore .nd
Charleston were at San Diego, April
The U. S. S. Adams and Dalter
son sailed from San Francisco April
12th for Behring Sea.
Commander Henry L. Johnson is
ordered to the command of the Mo
hican ; Lieutenant Carl Rohrer is or
dered for duty in the inspection of
'-leel for the new cruisers. Naval
Cadets Charles T. Vogelsang, Charles
B. McVey, A. W. Catlin. Matt. H.
Signor and Henry J. Sigmier are de
tached from the Charleston and or
dered to examination for final gradu
ation. Naval Cadets L. H. Moses,
Claude Bailey, Lay H. Eyerhart,
William A. Moffett, Claude B. Price
and John R. Edie are detached from
the Baltimore and ordered to exam
ination for final graduation. Naval
Cadets AIon?o Garley, Moneas C.
Creadwell, William N. Snow and
George W. Williams are detached
from the Pensacola and ordered to
examination for final graduation.
Paymaster J. Porter Loomis is de-tached-from
the Pensacola and or
dered to settle ins accounts and will
then be granted leave for two months.
Chief Engineer Elijah Laws is de
tached from the Pensacola and grant
ed leave for one month.
THE HAWAIIAN TRADE.
During the past three months the
exports of merchandise from San
Francisco to the Hawaiian Islands
were valued as follows :
Against $1,087,087 for the corres
ponding time in 1891, 81,104,9-16 ip
1890, 8789,578 in 1889 and 8752,190
As compared with the first three
mouths of 1891, there was a falling
off in the past quarter of 340,057,
and there was also a decrease as com
pared with the two preceding years.
The total for the past month, how
ever, shows a good gain over the two
previous months this year. S. F.
Examiner, April 13.
Four of the Hawaiian sugar fleet
came into port yesterday as follows ;
Vessel. Mng8 Sugar.
Forest Queen 14, 889
S. G. Wilder 10,520
Uncle John 7,518
These vessels came up in 10 to 23
days. The S. G. Wilder also Drought
up 15,88(1 gallons sperm oil. The
Bertha Dolbcer is 15 days out from
Honolulu for this port and tho Irm
gard is 12 days out. There are 22
other vessels to come along, some of
which are probably on the way,
others are loading or to load. It is
said that the planters have renewed
their contracts with the local refiners
for a period of five years from Janu
ary, 1893. We look for heavy arri
vals of sugar from the islands this
month. Evening Bulletin, April 11.
Manuel and Joe Ferreira were ar
raigned in tho Police Court this
morning on a charge of assault and
battery on F. F. Medeira. A nol
pros, was entered in the case of Man
uel by tho prosecution. Joe, the
"npto'rious Joe," was eonvicted after
the hearing of arguments by the re
spective counsel. Sentence was sus
pended until Friday, May 13th, and
defendant, who is out on bail, was or
dered to appear on that day. A. P.
Peteison assisted the prosecution;
W. R. Castle aud J, M. Davidson for
wAM ! "
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James'
Errisconal Church. Ettfaula. Ala.:
" My sou has been badly afflicted
with a fearful and threatening cough
for several months, aud after trying
several prescriptions from physicians
which failed to relieve him, he has
been perfectly restored by the use oi
two bottles of Bo
An Episcopal schee's Germau Syr
up. I can recoin
Rector. mend it without
severe, deep-sealed coughs like this
are as severe tests as a remedy can
be subjected to. It is for these long
standing cases that Boschee's Ger
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many others afflicted as this lad
was, will do well to make a note oi
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: I always use German Syrup
for a Cold on the Lungs. I have
never found an equal to it far less
G. G. GREEN, Sole Mau'fr.WoodLury.NJ.
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
Auction Sf.les by Lewis J. Levey.
For Sale at Auction
V take place in the yard roar of Hon.
J. I. Dowsctt's olllce, Queen street,
TO-MORROW, April 30Lli,
AT l:aO UDI.OCK,
- They will comprise a Choice Lot.
LEWIS J. LIDVEY,
On TUESDAY, Mtiy 3d,
AT 10 O'0IOajC A. M..
I will sell at Public Auction at the resi
lience of J. U. Gall, Palace Walk near
Punchbowl street, the whole of his
Household Furniture, consisting of
Children's Crib & Cradle, Spring Mat
trasses, Mosquito Nets, B. YV. Chairs,
Bed Lounge, Kugs, Curtains & Cornices,
Lamps, Pictures, Baby Carriage, Croc
kery fc Glasswaie, Kitchen Stove and
Utenlls, 1 Domestic Sewing Machiuo,
nearly new; and a lot of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
LOT FOR SALE
On WEDNESDAY, May 4th.
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX.
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, 1 will
sell at Public Auction,
1 Piece of Land, 50x120 Feet,
Adjoining tho inauka side of tho resi
dence of Mr. T. V. Lausing, Lunalilo
ntrect, 15 minutes' walk from I'ost Olllce,
and 2 minutes' walk to the ears. Water
main runs through the Lot. The above
Lot eommaiids a line view of the llaiuor
and Diamond Head. -
B6T TERMS Cash,
2 and 3 years at 9 peieent.
balance iu 1,
Notice is huieuy given that the under
signed having distrained certain goods
aud chattels, the property of M. I. Silva
and M. Gomes, fur nuu-payuiiMit of rent,
under the statute in such ease made and
provided, and thu said rental and costs
of distraint and removal loinaiiiing still
unpaid after flttccn days1 dUtraint; the
said goods aud chattels will be offered
for bide at Public Auction at the hulus
rnoiii of .). F. Morgan, Auctioneer, on
SATURDAY, tin: 7ih diy of .May. 1 Sua,
at 10 o'clock a. si. or so niiieh thoicof
as shall bo wci'fcsaiy to the payment of
all in i ears at tho time of Mich sale, tu
Kcthurwith the costs of such disti ess,
removal, eustoily and sale.
'J ho following is thu lUt of goods and
chattels above referred to:
1 Shlruuiu Engine and outfit, 1 Dy
namo, 1 et Pouneetions, Pulleys. 1 'ru
ble, 1 Desk, PlatbiK Tools, 1 et Electric
Light Wiie and Lamps, 1 Iron V,i-,h-btaiiil,
1 ct Solutions, Mattery .)!', I
Plating Taak, 1 latins Tub, 1 Dimi
Oil, 1 et Pictiue Frames, 1 Working
Bend and i Vice, 2 Sign lioarcU, 1
Haired. 1 et Miudiics.
402 1!H ANTONE HOMEN.
NOTICE is hereby given that tho mi
dorMgued, having distrained certain
U'oods and chattels, the prrperty of Ngov
Kce Chan l-'oo Keu. for non-payment of
tent, under the statutu hi such ease made
ami provided, nud the said tental aud
coats of distraint and ruuuival remaining
still unpaid.aftcr fifteen days' dlstitiint;
tlio said kooiIs and chattels will be offer
ed fur sale at Public Auction at Sales
looins of ,1 F, Moigan, Auctioneer, on
SATUKU.iY, thu 14lh day of May, 1892,
at 10 o'clock a. m., or so much thoieof
us (-hall be nece&bary to tho payment of
all an earn at the time of such sale, to-gi-ther
with tlio costs of Mich ilUticss,
lemovni, custody and sale.
Tho following is tho list of .goods and
chattels ubuve referred to;
II Siiuiuu Tables, 5 Round Tables. 22
Wnodun Chairs, 3 Assoiled Chairs, 11
Wood lliusos, 1 Joss Tablo, I Sleat Safe,
1 Hanging Lamp, 1 Clock, 1 Stand
Lamp, Lot of Dishes, Howls, Spoons,
Cooking Utensils uud N, W. Board3,
(-Igued) GOO YORK,
4(M lat Per Q, Awaua.
THE MUTUAL LIFE
IIIVIIAUI A. 3ICUUIKOV.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
i m -
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LI ARS.
Its Now Distribution Policy is tho most liberal over offered by any Insurance Company.
Kiy- For full particulars apply to
.!. hi. 0JK
'91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
To remind yon. that it. is
nearly two years since Ave
cleaned your watch.
Isn't it about time to have
her oiled up?
H. F. WICHMAN.
Published Every Thursday
AT S4 A VKAIt.
The Leading Chinese Paper of
EST Advertisements Inserted at Low
Rates! Job Pi luting iu Chinese Jeatly
Oilice, : : 53 Xuuiuiu St.
Ladies' Hair Dresser,
HAS REMOVED TO
.No. Z54: Merchant Street.
jfiy- Ladies' Ilahdres-Ing and Sham
pooing done at ladies1 residences be
tween 10 A. m. and 5 i" xi. 401 lw
COLUM 13 1 A.
JH business In
this Kingdom will
by Mr. Js. ltubln-
V be conducted
stelu under full power of attorney.
Honolulu, April 2(1, 1B02. 405 2w
DUUING my absence from this King
dom Mr. Is Itubiiisteiu is autho
rised to act for mo under full power of
attorney. M. HYMAN.
Honolulu, April 25, 1892. 405 2v
SOT 1 012.
IritOM and iiftar this date no person is
' mithorlzfd us u Mib-Agent of thu
Equitable Life Ai-snr.inru Society, un
less under wm itkn .uithoiiry fioni
General Agout Equitable Life Assur
Honolulu, Uituu. Apiil 25, lbU2.
401 1 in
PAPER HANGING I
G.IVE.L L Mbuju tlio Painter a call
and Imvuyoui Paper Hanging done
promptly and neatly 180 Fmt street.
P. O. Box HHT. Mutual Telephone
mi. ir.it tf
When you wuuti si Portrait
Enlarged call on Kinu Bros,,
g4i their piico lint and nee
samples. They can't be beat.
104 Fort Street,
Boys' Calico Shirt
IN ALL SIZES. A NEW
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS.
Antique Lace Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Goods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
''From 1 Gallon to S00 Gallons).
SSf "We are the only Authorized Agents for this artiele, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
P2V.CIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
Society of the
Trie Equitable Isle Assurance
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
SURPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
New Business Written in 1891 $230, 000, OOP. 00
Assurance- in Force $800, 000, OOP. 00
The 32d Annual Statement will he issued hereafter ; in
interval the foregoing1 figures will show approximately
chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. GAI3TWRIGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
B. P. BHLBBS & CO.
oj fowt a-jwifliizr.
After taking Stock we offer supei lor values for less than former pilcos in every
CHENILLE POKTIEUES, FKOM $0.50 UPWAKD,
Iadien' Ac 'liilctreu'N Goswamer
AT ALL STYLES AND PRICES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFfS, "
SOCIO AM) SCARFS AT COST.
tsr Dressmaking under the management of MISS K, CLARKE.
: p.' o.' box '.180. ': HI
AVewt Cor. INuiuiiiu .to Jilif f-j(iutH.
&- If you want to save time and money buy your Furniture, etc., at the
I. X. L., corner Nuuanii aud Klnjj stioet
gQ?" Found tlio place to buy Nw and Second-hand Fumlturo of all Kinds at
lowest prices, the I. X, L., cot nor Nuuiiuu and King streets.
r lledioom Sets, Wiudrobos, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Chairs, Hauging Lamps,
Rugs, Bureaus, Oheffoiilers, etc., sold cheap for cash at the 1. X, L., corner Nuu
iinu and King btiuets.
Vaf Steamer and Veranda .Chairs, Sofas, Bed Lounges, Baby Cribs, Clothes
BasUeth, Sowing Machines, Whatnots, Meat afos, Trunks, etc., sold at tho lowest
cash prices at tho I. X. L., Now nnd Second-hand Furniture House, corner Nuu
auu aud King sheets.
S. W. LEDERER,
Store Open (Saturday
OF NEW YORK.
Weist for 25cts.
Waist for 40cts.
Late Arrivals !
MUTUAL TEL. 90.
Evenings till 9 o'clock. -?