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Crown Lauds for Leaso on the
Island of Hawaii.
It is notified for public infot million
tlmt lniul specially niluploil foi small
fui ining ami fruit uultiviUioii in Mut
able portions, may bo hail upon appli
cation to Ihu agent of Crown Lauds.
unscitii'TioN or land.
Tliu Crown Land of Olaa compris
ing an area of 51,000 acres is situated
in tliu District of l'unn, and extends
from tho crater of Kiluue.t to within
11 miles of the town of llilo. The
quality of the soil is excellent and
comprises large tracts of supeiior land
of deep loamy soil. The now Volcano
ltoud, now in couiso of construction
by tliu Government, ail'ords cheap fa
cilities of access to market. Nearly
all of tliu sections arc heavily wood
ed, furnishing durable timber for
building and fencing purposes. The
altitude langcb from GOO to -J000 feet
above se.i level. Climate moist and
The lands now oil'eied arc valuable
by reason of tlieii good. quality and
accessibility, none of the sectione be
ing more than two miles from the
main Go eminent ltoad and many of
them fronting on it.
Terms and conditions favoi.ible.
Special inducements ofl'eied to set
Additional infoimution and partic
ulars can be obtained on application
ut this oilice.
C. P. IAUKEA,
Agent of Crown Lands.
Oilice Crown Lands Commissioner,
Honolulu, Apiil (!, 1S92. (Opposite
the oilice of H. M.'s Chamberlain.)
Will be received at the Attorney Gen
cial's office until TUESDAY NEXT,
the .'id of MAY, .it 3 o'clock p. in., for
printing the Department Kepoit in
Hawaiian and English, for the bien
nial fiscal poiiod ending March 31st,
Samples of tho style of Printing and
all required information can be had
upon application" at the Attorney
t The Attorney General does not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any
W. AUSTIN WHITING,
Attorney General's Oilice, Apirl 28,
, For Piinting the Biennial Report
of tho Board of Health in English and
Hawaiian will be received at the
Office of the Board of Health until
WEDNESDAY, May J, 1S02, at 2
o'clock p. ni.
Samples of the stylo of printing
and all other required infoi illation
will bo given on application at the
Office of the Boaid of Health.
The Boaid does not bind itself to
accept tho loweht or any bid.
Piosident Board of Health.
Honolulu, II. I., Dec. 2, 185)1.
. Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the houis for using watoi foi
irrigation purposes are from (i to 8
o'clock a. jr., and -1 to 0 o'clock i m
until further notice.
tiupt. Honolulu Water Woiks,
C. N. Sl'K.NCKK,
MiiJister of tho Interior.
Oj-'piok or thi: Boaud or
Hi: alti i,
Honolulu, April 28, 1802
From and after date no vessel from
foioign ports shall land hosand lum
ber used for pig poiiB on boaid of said
vessel, on tho city front, without a
Bpecial written permit horn tho Board
Picsideiit Board of Health.
fix ' Ilt'nniorc."
Tho Pacific JIauowauk Co., Lil.,
have just received from ICugland an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Wuie, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and San
ceis, Jugs, etc., etc,
Their Bupply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineuin' Avcnaiitis by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
ghult. $ uITefin
Plrdtrcd to nnthrr Sect nor Patty,
Hut rtablihrd for the brnrtit of nil.
SATURDAY, AlUUL 30, 1892.
The Australian ballot law Is enthu
siastically declared by the Examiner
to have been a success in California.
Its success wherever adopted in the
United Sl:ile3 should be an argument
in favor of its retention here, only
our law requites some amendments
to secure its smoother woiking.
California has displayed its live in
terest in the Nicaiagua Canal in a
most effective manner. A convention
held in San Francisco on the subject
has resulted in a call by Governor
Markhani of a national convention,
to be held at the central city of St.
Louis. It is a wise precaution that
has been taken of having the conven
tion non partisan, by having the del
egates to it equally divided between
the two parties. Great hopc9 may
be entertained of practical leaults
following the holding of the national
In his annual report the Collector
General of Customs says: "In view
of the Mclvinley Bill, which will
cause a large deci ease in our imports
and exports, would it not be advis
able to increase the duties on a few
articles of merchandise? More par
ticulaily on spirits, and all Chinese
clothing, provisions and sundry mer
chandise now coming in at ten per
cent advaloiem, as recommended to
Your Excellency in a communication
under date of February 12th of this
year." If dulies be raised on the
articles mentioned and others that
may be found appiopriate objects for
increased taxation, pet haps the Legis
lature may see the way clear to aboli
tion of the dutios on printing machin
ery, type and ink. The printing in
dustry is a large one here compara
tively speaking. It gives employment
at good wages to a large number of
persons, while open to no small com
petition from the printers and litho
graphers of the Coast. While the
revenue derived from presses, type
and ink each year is but a trifle to
the treasury, it is a severe tax on a
newspaper or job oilice that puts in
new equipments. The lax is a bur
den on the cause of public intelli
gence as well as on a valuable home
The Collector-General draws at
tention to "the lack of wharfage,
which is becoming more apparent
every day," saying that with the
entrance of the haibor deepened for
the admission of large steamers, it is
absolutely necessary that wharfage
be provided. lie suggests that "a
great deal of accommodation might
be allorded for the smaller vessels by
the removal of the present market,
and the repairing and extension of
the wharves in that portion of the
harbor." As the Interior Depart
ment also has wharf extension in
view iii connection with the deepen
ing of the channel, the Legislature
will doubtless not be left without
something tangible on which to deli
berate in tliis important matter.
The erection is recommended of
detached kerosene warehouses for tho
storage of oil, to be built entirely of
corrugated iron, so that in case of
fire only one building would-be burned
or destroyed. At present, since the
destruction of the warehouses by fire
last summer, the Government is los
ing considerable revenue from the
lack of sullicient storage.
A recommendation of the appoint
ment of a board of examiners, for
passing on the qualifications of offi
cers commuiidiiig our forcigh and do
mestic vessels, and of a board for
the examination of the qualifications
of pilots, is refeired to by u corres
pondent in this paper. As there are
ol vessels on tho Hawaiian registry,
it would seem to be necessary to have
such piecautions taken, as those re
commended, for the pioper regulation
of our home and foreign mercantile
COFFEE AND TEA.
At the meeting of the Hawaiian
Colfi'Q iiiul Tea Company to-day, Mr.
Tom May, president, gave a gratify
ing report of a visit or inspection he
had paid tb the coflee plantation iu
Komi. It was not expected that
planting would begin before June,
but tliu ocuui rupee of exceptionally
favorable weather induced Mr. Mil
ler the manager to begin earlier.
Theie are over HO actus set out with
joung plants fiom the uuisery Not
one of Ihu plants is dying, although
tho usual expectation of death is 10
percent. A specimen of tliu growing
coffee is exhibited in a window of K.
O. Hull & Son's stoic. Thu annual
meeting of the company will be held
in a few days, when a full exhibit
of jts status iu eyuiy respect will be
BOARD OF EXAMINERS.
Editoii JIulj.etin :
Tho Collector-General of Customs
in his annual report recommends that
a board of examiners be established
for passing on tho qualifications of
officers commanding bur domestic
and foiclgn vessels; also, one for
examination of the qualifications of
pilots in the ports of the Kingdom.
This is what should have been
done years ago. A law should be
passed at the coming ses.slgn of the
Legislature covering the recommend
ations of the Collector-General, and
also one providing that our inter
island vessels be pioperly officered
and provisioned. How many of our
inter-island captains are navigators?
It has frequently happened that when
there has been occasion to send one
of our tsltmd fleet out of sight of
land, her captain has had to be re
placed for the voyage by one who
knew enough to find his way back.
There is a rumor cuirent that the I.
I. S. N. Co have discharged the
second officers of all their steamers
with the exception of the W. G. Hall
and Mikahala. Anv one who has tra
veled around these islands on steamers
knows that there is woik enough for
the first and second officers ; with some
vessels it is work day and night from
the time port is left until their re
turn, and any reduction such as the
otic contemplated would only impose
additional hardship on the remaining
responsible persons, to the increased
Ldanger to valuable lives and property
entrusted to their care. It is. a well
known fact that the arduous duties
of seafaiing men demand more time
for sleep and rest than those of per
sons employed on land, and if they
are compelled to do double service
while at sea it stands to reason that
they cannot exercise their full
faculties in times of danger if they
aie deprived of their neccssaiy icst
by a lack of capable assistants. In
justice to those who travel from
place to place in the aroup a law
should be passed compelling every
company carrying passengers to em
ploy competent navigators, and an
examining board should be provided
as is done iu every other nation in
the world. It is to be hoped the J
coming Lcgislatuie will take the hiut.
The whaleback Chailes W. Wet
more is at Main-street whaif, and
was visited by a large number of
shipping masters and nautical ama
teurs yesterday. She will leave in
about three days' time for Poit
Townsend. Captain O'Brien, who
commands her, was formerly of the
3teamer Premier on Puget Sound,
and is one of the best known navi
gators on tho coast. He was at one
time owner of the Alden Besse.
The Wetmore will go up in ballast
and will take down a cargo of coal
from Poit Townsend to San Diego.
S. F. Call, April 13.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
isslpee's Sale ui' Lease
I have received Instructions from Mr.
K. Poilevu, Assignee of the Estate of
ti. S. Ah Yet, to sell at Public Auction
at my Salesroom, Queen street,
On WEDNESDAY, May 11,
AT 12 O'OIiOOK NOON.
The Unexpired Lease
Of the Premises lately occupic I by Ah
Yet ito Co. anil others, having about 8
yearstomu. The Premises commence
from the west corner of Nuuami stieet
and run along Puiiiilil street, comprising
about 0 compartments. The rental paid
is 8-15 per month, and tlo income from
the re-l".islng p.nt hs been 8105 pur
mouth, uiaUlnx this one of the finest In
vestments to capitalists anil otheis.
jar For further particulars apply to
J AS. F. AIOUG W,
109 nt Auctioneer.
LOT FOR SALE
On WEDNESDAY, May 4th.
AT l!i O'UIiOUK XOO.V
At inv Salesroom, Queen stieet, I will
sell at Public Auction,
1 Piece of Land, 00x120 Feet,
Adjoining the niauKa side of the resi
dent u of Mr. T. F. Lansing, Lunalllo
stieet, 15 minutes1 walUfiom I'ost Otlleo,
aud 2 mlmitcb' wajk to the cars. Water
innii runs tljtiMigh the Lot. Tle nbovo
Lot coiiiinuniU u line )ew of t)m Harbor
and Diamond Head,
ESS TI-JKMS X Casl, balance fit 1,
2 and 3 years at 0 pel cent.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
105 7t Auctioneer.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho umlor
slgned having tlisti allied eeilaiii goods
and chattels, the piopuity of M, 1 Silvu
and M Gomes, for utin-payiiiimt of lent,
miller the statute in such case mailu und
provided, ami the said rental and costs
of distialut and iciiioval lemaluliig still
iiii).ilil after llttceu days' distraint; the
i-ald goods and chattels will be offeicd
for sale at I'uhllu Auction at the Halcs
luom of .1. F. iMoig.ui, Auctioneer, on
SATUKDAY, tho 7lli diy of May, 1892,
at 10 o'clock a. m , or so much thuieof
as shall bu iieei'ss.uy to the payment of
all ai i eai sat the time of such sale, to
gether with the costs o( such dlstieos,
lemoval, custody and side.
The following Is tho list of goods and
chattels above referred to:
1 .Slilpiniui JCnglne and outfit, 1 Dy
namo, I et Connections, Pulleys. 1 Ta
ble, 1 Desk, I'Jiitlug Tools, J et Electric
Light Who and Lamps, 1 lion Wubh
htaud, 1 et .Solutions, flattery Jtii", 1
I'luting Tank, 1 i lnthig Tub, 1 Dunn
Oil, 1 et Picture Frames, 1 Woiking
Jii'iid and 2 Vice, 2 .Sign Hoards, 1
JJaiied, I etbiuidiies.
02 13t ANTONE IIOMEN.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Mortqageo's Notice of Intention
to Forccloso and of Sale,
IN accordance with tho provisions of
two certain inoi tgages, one niiulo
by N. llookano and Nanaele (w.), his
mother, both of lvapalaiini, Honolulu,
Island of O.iliu, to M. 1). Monsarrat,
E. 0. Howe and Cecil Brown, Trustees
of lliumony Lodgu No, !1, I. O. O. F.,
iluted December 31, 1886, and record
ed in llio olllco of the Kegistiur of
Comoyanccs, in Liber 1)8, folios 18-1-0,
and by them iisRignul to Alexander
Oitmpbcll, latu of said Honolulu, de
ceased, by deed of assignment dalcil
Juno 18, 1888, and recorded in tho
omee of the said Kegistrar of Convey
ances in Liber 112, on (olios 30-7 and
the other made by said N. Hookauo
and Nanaelo to said Alexander Camp
bell, dated July 18, 1888, and record
ed in tho ollire of tliu said Registrar
of Conveyances in Liber 113, folios
5)1-2, Notice is lieieby given by
Margaret Campbell. Elizabeth Ky
croft, her husband ltobert Itycroft
herein joining and consenting. Alex
ander J. Campbell, Mark 1 Robinson.
Guardian of J. L. P. Bobinson, M. A.
Robinson and A. O. Robinson, chil
dren of Sophia Louise Robinson nee
Campboll, W. II. C. Campbull and
John T. Campbell, heirs of said Alex
ander Campbell, that they intend to
foreclose tho said mortgages for a
bleach of the conditions iu said
mortgages contained, to wit: tho non
payment of both tliu principal and
interest when duo.
Notico is also hereby given, til it all
anil singular the lands, tenunieiits
and hereditaments in haul mortgages
contained and described will be eold
at public auction at the auction
rooms of Jas. F. Morgan, on Queen
Street, in said Honolulu, on MON
DAY, tho 25th day of April, A. D.
18'J2, at 12 o'clock noon of saw day.
The propoity in said mortgages is
thus described :
All those three certain pieces oi
parcels of land situate in Kapulama,
near King street, in baid Honolulu,
containing in all an aiea of 1.07 acies
and being apanas 1, 2 anil 3 of Roval
Patent No. 150G, L. C. Awani No.
2310 to Nawai.
ALEXANDER J CAMPBELL,
MARK P. KOBINSON,
Guardian ol J. L. P. Robinson, M.
A. Robinson und A. C. Robinson.
W. II. C. C MPBELL,
JOHN T. CAMPBELL',
Heirs of Alexander Campbell, de
ceased. Mortgagee and Assignee of Mort
gagees. gJtF" S.ilo postponed until MON
DAY, May 2, 1892.
For further particulars apply to J.
M.Monsairut, Attorney for heirs of
Mortgagee und Assignee of Mort
gagees. Dated IIouolulu; March 29, 1892.
r , , .
Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclo
sure. IN accordance with the provisions of
a certain mortgage made by Hoo
kauo Nakeu of Kupalama, Oaliu, to
Simon Roth, dated Maicli 20lh, 1890,
recorded Liber 123, page 208; notice
is hereby given that the mortgagee
intends to foreclose the same for con
ditions broken, to wit: non-payment
Notice is likewise given that after
the expiration of three weeks fiom the
date of this notice, tho property con
veyed by 6uid mortgage will be adver
tised lor sale ut public auction, at the
auction looms of .Ins. F. Morgan, in
Honolulu, on MONDAY, the 2d day
of MAY, 1892, at 12 o'clock noon of
Fui t her purticuluis cm be hud of
Dated Honolulu, February 10, 1892.
The premises covered by said mort
gage consist of:
1st Tuio Land in It P 2081, L C A
1979, to Hiki, 1 4-10 ucreH convoyed
to said mortgagor by deeds of ftloa
and Kale Aibonua, recorded in Liber
08, page 301, and Liber 83, pa go 51,
2l All tlioso premises depot ibed in
R P 2145, L C A 2319 to Nawai, 1
acres .it said Kapalnma.
3d All tlioso piemises described
and known us Apuua 1, 2 and 3, in 11
P 1500, on L C A 2317 to Nawai, con
taining an area of 1 7-100 acres at
said Kupalumu, also, tliu piemises
adjacent to the luilroud and siiiren
doied by tho Nawai lots. 409 It
NOTICE is hereby given that the uu
deielgnei), haying distrained cuitain
goods ad chattels, t)ie on pialyof Ngov
Keo Chipi Foo Keo, for iioii-nayniont of
rent, uniler the statute iu siiclieasu made
liii proyhed, and (lie said icntal and
costs of distraint and ieinoa1 luimilulng
atlll iliiiiaid.ufter littiuu dais' dlsiialnt;
thu salu goods and eliattols will be offer
ed for sale ac Public Auction 'at bales
rooms of J F. Moigtin, Auctioneer, on
SATUJID Y, thu 14th day of May, 181)2,
at 10 o'clock a. jj., or so miiuli theienf
us shall bo neces-iuy to tho payment of
all uriears at the thou of sueh sale, to
gether with tho costs of., such distress,
leniovai, custody and silo,
Tho following Is the llrt of goods and
chattels above lefent d to;
11 Squaio Tables, 6 Round Tables. 22
Wooden Uhtiiis, a Assoited Cludis, 11
Wood Hoises, 1 Joss Table, 1 Moat Mifu,
1 Hanging Lamp, 1 Clock, 1 Stand
Lamp, Lot of Dishes, Bowls, Spoons,
Cooking Utensils and N. W, Hoards,
( Igned) GOO YORK,
40.)18t Per G. Awana.
Picture FrainuH intuit) to
order from Intent KtyleH of
mouldingi. Henoviition of
old pictures n (specialty ut
King ISroH., Hotel street.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00. OF If W YORK,
mUIIABtl A. McUUItlW i-ri'KlittMit.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since its 01 gamzation THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0L1 ARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most libuial ever offered by any Insutoncc Company.
ffir For full patticulars apply to
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
Auction S.iles by Minis J. Lovoy.
On TUESDAY, May df
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will sell at Public Auction at tho resi
dence of J. U. Gall. Palace Walk near
Punchbowl stieet, the -whole of his
Household Fui uitiiru, consisting of
Chlldien's Cilb it Cradle, Spiing Mat
trusses, Mosquito Nuts, It. W. Ghaits,
Bed Lounge, Hugs. Oniiulns & Coi ulccs,
Lumps, Pictures, Unity Can luge, Croc
kery Qliisswaie, Kltulr mi Stove and
Utensils, 1 Diiiutstte Sewing Machine,
neatly new ; and a lot of
LEWIS ,T. LEVEY,
408 !lt Auctioneer.
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. WICHMAN.
FOR SALE0R LEASE.
On and after Muv 1st.
SJ& 1S!2. Urn New and Du-
"LfcK. ..:. .1.1.. 1. ,).... .. llnnl.l
niltlLMU .in. in. I II 111 S1WUIIUU
w'of tin1 uniler-dmied. on
Thuistoii Avenue, containing Luigo Par
lor, Dining Ituoin, Conservatory, Two
Uediooius, Dressing Ituoin with St.itinn
niy Waslist.md ami i ed.ir Wuidiobe,
tluthrooui with Patent ( loset Mini Hot
and Cold Water att ii'liincnt. Panliios.
China Oloet and Kitchen with New
Range, Hot Water Holler and all attach
Large and convenient Stable on the
piemises containing two huge box-stalls,
cairlagc. harness and ficd looms, and
Grounds 200x200, beautifully laid out
and tei raced, 'lbe view' is uuVur passed
For further pu.tt!cu).iifl see
W. G. AnllLLY,
y8C-tf O. K. A I,. Co.'s Depot.
CJOL-CJ VH HI A.
"VUIt liiislnuss In this Kiiuriloui will
J ho conducted by Mr. . Kuulu-
btuln uniler full power ot attorney.
II Y MAN UKQ9.
Honolulu, April 2(1, 18!i!. JO.TSw
DUltlNG my absence fiom litis King
dom Mi. U Itiibiustelu Jo autlo
il.mltouu fur mo umloi full power of
attorney. M. I1YMAN.
Honolulu, Apill 25, 18'JJ. 103 2v
ITUtOM anil after this iliile no purnnii Is
' nuthoil. d us a Hib'Agunt of the
Kuuitublo Life A-sur.uu'o hueiety. ink
less under will I l'lCN autlioiiry fimii
General Ar;ent Kquhablo Life Abear
Honolulu, O.ilnt, April 20, lU'.li,
Wliuu you wuut a Portrait
Enlarged cull on Kin;: UroH.,
get tliuir niice lint ami hco
Buruplca. They can't bo beat.
5) &) a
104 Fot Street,
Boys' Calico Shirt
IN ALL SIZES. A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS.
Antique Lace Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'tL,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
New Goods by
PLANT ATIO N SUPPLI ES,
Tools 6l Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
'Fiom 1 Gallon to 800 Gallons).
SQy "We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
.prepare'd to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC 1IAEDWAEE CO., L'd.
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United State,.
J4NUASY I, 1892.
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
SURPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
New B usmesn Written in 1891 $230, OOP, 000, 00
.assurance in Force $800,000,000. 00
The 32(1 Annual Statement will be issued hereafter; in
the interval the foregoing' figures will show approximately
the chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
B. F. BHJLEBS & CO,
i I'-owrr ri?L-nsnsv.
After taking Slopk wo offer supei lor values for less than foinicr pilcea in every
CHENILLE rORTlEltES, FKOM $.50 Ul'WARP,
I-lfilers, Ac 4 "'liildreuV G osMamer
' , AT ALf- STYLES AND lRJOK3.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND COM.
60CKS AND S0AHF8 AT COST.
r? Drf'SHtiiiiUng under tlienianageiwnt of MISS IC. CLAItKE.
: i o. box 180. :
WhC Cor. .Nuiiiiiiu
i&f If yon wnn t to save time and money buy your FnrnUuio, etc,
I. X, L., coiner Niuiaiiu and King stiueu
liQr Found thu place to buy New and .Second-hand Furniture of all M
lowest prrees, ino i. A. li., corner jsuiirrmi and King stieets.
taf Hedrooiu Sets, Wanirobes, Ico lloxe-t, Stoves, Chairs. Hanging Lumps,
Hugs, Iliireuiis, Chi'ffonleiB, etc., hold cheap for cash at the I. X. L., corner Nun
aim aud King htieetB.
ttsThteainer and Veranda Chairs, Sofas, lied Lomifjes, Ilaby Cilbs, Olothea
Ilufekt'iii, Sowing Maohliii's, WluttroU, Meat afeu, TituiKs, eto., told ut the lowest
oath piieos at thu I. X.. L,, New and Sicoiid-huml Firrultuio Hoiibo, comer Nuu
auu and King eticuts.
S, W. LEDERER,
i&- Store Owen Saturday
Waist for 25cts.
Waist for 4Qcts.
Late Arrivals !
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Si- ICinji Hlrotw.
EvouiiigH till 9 o'clock. -