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NOT 1 013.
Crovn Lauds for Lcnsc on the
Island of Hawaii,
It is notified fur public information
Uiltl lnnd speeially adapted for small
farming and fruit eullivnlion in suit
able portions, may bo bail upon appli
cation to the agent of Clown Lands.
DKSClllt'TION 01 LAND.
'i'ho Crown hand of'Olua compris
ing an area of fil.OOO no res is situated
in the District of Puna, and extendi
from tlio crater of ICiluuoa to within
Uniilos of the town of Hilo. The
quality of tin soil is excellent and
comprises large tracts of supotior land
of deop loamy soil. The new Volcano
s c .Koau, now in eomsc ot construction
i by Iho Govornmenl, nlTords clienn fa-
"oil 1 1 ius of access to market. Nearly
all of the sections are heavily wood
ed, furnishing durable timber for
building and fencing purposes. The
uUltudo ranges from (100 to -1000 feel
above sea level. Climate niuisl and
1 Tlio land now offered are valuable
by reason of their good quality and
accessibility, none of the sections be
ing .moio than two miles from the
inaiirGovorninonl Road and many of
thorn fronting on it.
, 'forms and conditions favorable.
Special inducements offered to sel
Additional information and partic
ulars can bo obtained on application
at ibis otliee.
C. l IAUKI3A,
Agent of Clown Lands.
Ollico Crown Lauds Comnii-sioner,
. Honolulu, April 0, 1S!)2. (Opposite
'- the ofliee of H. M.'s Chiimbeiltiin.)
:" USU-lm L"i-U
Will be received sit the Attorney Gen
eral's office until TUESDAY NEXT,
the lid of MAY, ui 15 o'clock p. m., foi
printing the Department Report in
Hawaiian and English, for the bien
nial fiscal period ending .March nisi,
Samples of the style of Printing and
all icquiml information can be had
upon application at the Attorney
Tlio Attorney General does not bind
hims'df to accept the lowest or mn
W. AUSTIN WHITING,
Attorney General's Office, Apirl 28,
3S92. " 107 iL
Kor I'rintint; the Uiennml Hepoit
of the Board of Health in LCnglish and
Hawaiian will be received at the
Ollico of the Hoard of Ilc.dtb until
WEDNESDAY , .May -I, 18!)2, at 2
o'clock p. in.
Samples of the style of printing
and all other required information
will bo given on application at the
Ollico of tlio Hoard of Health.
Tlio Boaul doe not bind itself to
aceopt the lowest or any bid.
President IJoaid of Health.
' Honolulu, H. L, Dec. 2, J8i)l.
,. Holders of water privileges..or those
paying water rates, aie hereby noti
fied that the hours for iieing water for
irrigation purpo.-e.s aie from (i to S
o'clock a. m and -J to (i o'clock v. m.
until furthei notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu ator Works.
O. N. Srn.se ku,
Minintor of the Interior.
Oiticb ot Tin; lloAitn op
Honolulu, April 28, 18U2.
From and aflor date no voshol fioin
foreign ports shall land hugs and lum
ber used for pig pons on hoard of siiid
vij.fcl, on tho city fiont, without a
special wiitten permit fiom the Hoard
Piosident Huard nf Health.
K " llttiimurr."
The Daohio IlAimwAiti; Co., Ld.,
have just received from England mi
invoice of the well-known Dotiltoii
Ware, comprising Hrealdast and Din
.ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sun
cers, Jugs, uto,, etc.
Their supply of 1'huitutiou Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carboliiieum Avenaiius by the bar
rcl, ease or smaller ipiuutity.
MONDAY, MAY 2, 1802.
THE BRIGHTER SIDE.
A great deal has been heard in the i
past two years about the bad effects
of the MeKiuley Hill on the indus
trial and commercial interests of
these islands. Since the uassano of !
that iiionoitrn tinrt nf iwn ti.ri.r .rm. !
and the whole of otic crop have been
marketed in the United Slates, sub
ject to the bad conditions brought
about by the cutting off of Hawaii's
advantages under the reciprocity
treaty effected by the bill. Yet the
country still lives and, in everything
cxcopling the amount received for
our sugar, thrives. Might it not be
as well to change the long-prevailing
tune and take a while at singing
something more cheerful? There is
no question that, although times
have changed somewhat badly, our i
affairs have been made to look as
bad as possible, often, with a pur-
pose apart from any idea that the ,
lugubrious portrayal would assist in j
bringing about a remedy. The con- !
dition of the country has la en used i
in fifiilnslic ways by different i
sets of politicians, with tins object i
of showing that in each pailicular j
faction lay the only hope of bolh
commercial and national salvation. I
Advocates of uniestiicled inunigra- j
lion of Asiatics for plantation labor I
have employed our changed market
relations to force their theory upon j
the majority of the people, who will
only accept cheap labor under condi
tions favorable to the perpetuation of
civilized institutions. On the other
haiiTi, extremists, who regard the
planters as enemies of till inleiesls
not their own, have taken occasion
of the labor phase of the situation to I
try to drown all discussion of reason- i
able measures for relief to our main I
industry, by frantic denunciation of 1
any and every proposition to utili.e
the hordes of labor starving for em
ployment in the far Hast, and to ob
tain which and that without danger
to civilization in this country there .
has yet been nothing like exhaustive ;
eifort. It is a pity that the whole I
situation cannot be calmly discussed i
and some practical uiideibiandini' be
arrived at between all reasonable
parties in anticipation of the ap
proaching session of the Legislature.
Hut, apart from the labor question,
are there not many promising ele
ments in the present situation!' Cer
tainly a few can be indicated off
handedly. For many years before
the free sugar uieasuic in the United
States dished our reciprocity advan
tages, there were voices on every
hand urging upon capitalists the de
sirability of increasing the range of
domestic products. The civ was es
pecially loud when the renewal of the
reciprocity treaty a fow years ago
bung in the balance. Another object
of attentions advocacy was the settle-
muni ol (Joveriiiiient lands by dusir-
able classes ol people to help build
,, ,. L . .. ,,
ui) the nation. During all lhe.-e years
me pianteis nave neen paying con
slant attention to the ptoblcm ol im
proved machinery and apparatus, so
as to obtain the best possible yields
from the cane. Has not
great progress been made in all these
respects! Nobody will have the
hardihood to answer this question in
the negative. In the matter of in
creasing the number ot products
fiom our own soil, the planter:, them
selves have not been either indiffer
ent or idle. On several Migar planta
tions, lor instance, considerable areas
arc now planted in coffee with good
promise of successful production.
Several companies have been formed
and are in active operation (or the
owners is by no means slight. There
has been a large increase in the an-
nual production and expoilalion of
bananas. Successive Legislattnes j
have amended the homestead law for 1
its smoother woildug, and many
small producers have availed them- '
solves of its advantages, liesidcs I
this tho Ijuecu has now inaugurated
a sehomo of much promise for set-
lling valuable areas of good soil in j
fuvoiablo loontion, of the domain !
appertaining to the Crown hitherto I
only open to leaseholding on a large
scale. Tho planters are better
, , ' ,
equipped than ever, and ahead of
those of other sugar countries, in tho
science of extruding sugar from the
cane. Surely the state ol the coun
try has some silver lining to it, which
may be turned to with glad rcliol
from the hluenoss of rim tiiat charac
terizes most pictures of the period.
The best spring medicine is u dose
or two of St. Uatrick'H Pills. They
not only physic hut cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
l sale by Hciisou, Smith & Co., Agents.
THAT OPIUM DISCOVERY.
I Mr. 0. K. lloardninn, Deputy Col
lector of Customs, caused no ai rests
1 to be made while on Mnui, in con
, irucllon with the discovering of cvi
I donee of a large deal in opium on
that island. It is nrohahlc that, hv
i this time Ah Mi, a Chinese merchant,
has lieen arrested by tlio police
"Ullioritles. Theie will be a hearing
I of the ease of lliu four natives, in
cluding one woman, in custody for
handling the opium discovered, be
fore Police .Justice Uepoikai at ai-
Hr0,V" U,e. l'ril.'lml. whose hail
was S1000, .Johnson arid Williams,
SoOO each, were uol ptos'd in the
Supreme Court to day, only to be
immediately re-ai rested on a warrant
issued and retuinnble at Wuilukii.
They will be sent there by steamer
to-moirow. The special police on
Mnui have discovered a good deal of
important evidence, in addition to
that held by the Customs authorities
here on which Hie three strangers
It is supposed that the opium was
landed by tlio schooner Caseo, and
that it helcugs to the notorious 1'tiei
tic Coast smuggler, Stewart.
We have selected two oi
three lines from letters
freshly received from pa
tents who have given German Syrup
to their children in the emergencies
of Croup. You will credit these,
because tliey uotne from good, sub
stantial people, happy in finding
what so many families lack a med
icine containing no evil druc. which
mother can administer with con- j
fidence to the little ones in theii i
most critical hours, safe and sure
that it will carry ttiem tlirougn.
lio. h. Wilmts, of Mrs. Jas.w. Kirk,
Alma, Ne1. 1 give it Daughters' College,
to my children when HarroiHlnirf;, Ky. I
troubled with Croup have depended upon
and nevei saw any it hi attacks of Croup
preparation act like with mv little ilauh
it. It is simply mi- ter, and find it nn in.
raeulous. valuable lemcdy.
Fully one-half of our customers
are mothers who use Boschce's Ger
man Syrup among their children.
A medicine to be successful with the
, little folks must be a tieatment for
the sudden and terrible foes of child
hood, whooping cough, croup, diph
theria and the dangerous inflainma
tiousof delicate tluoats and lungs.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
i A 0 01 fl'l) Ofl'o C 0 0 flf T 0000 I
! AuMIKjIl l) Oillb Ui IlDllflu ,
Hy (.td.-r nf Mr. .1. l Hnckleld, A
signee of the K-tale of Jacinto de
Mdlo, ol llonokan, J, will tell at Pub
lic Auction, at my S.desioom, ,iireii
On WEDNESDAY, May
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
All the Right, Title and Inteiest of
said Jacinto de Mcllo in that certain
l.t'M-e fiom Ernest Hntchiiison and
Uhas. Phillips, dated 10th May, LSS8,
lor the Hiiufo Lot on corner of (jucen
and South stieets with tin- Hiiildings
The Lease exiires l!lt Decembei,
lb'.)'.). The annual loutal of the Lot
'- l"ll'i;!' "I'"'1,"1
mil i- iaid up to
' ' '
Tl11-' PmmUes can pinlmbly be le-
lciiM'd at a Honlal of $100 to $120 :i
I P01 I'm llier paiticular.-apply to
! ' 1 -l
JAS. K. MOSttfAX,
Y. M C. A.
LECTURE 111 BBHTHOYffl
By F M English, B. A.
V'V l'1'11 "hi-tratlon- from the O0111-
1 t po-ltioiih of the (Jreat Oomposcr,
and oilier Selections by a Choir of Hoy.-,
On Tuesday Eveniiiu, May 3rd,
! Tla TiBinriattB LbbIL!
j ,. ... , ... , , , ,
Iho IMeyele with which Kub
Dexter won the Medal on
j Saturday a
Theo. H, Davies & Co,
T- "VTOTIUK Is heiehy given thai
cSl the following described
animals will be sold at public auction
1 ;, .SA'WJMMY, May II. 8'J3. at Vi
I o'clock noon, 111 Hie Oovernnioiit Pound
1 Hay IIoim), while. foiehcad,all leg
shod, bianded "L.I" 011 light side of
1 Konel lloie, white foichead, all
gs shod, bramli . I ' "'u lolt bind leg.
I Dark Bay Mate, it'll legs shod, brand-
ed 1 ' on leu niiiu leg.
1 Black lloise, white foieliead, liiaml-
ed ,11'" on left hind leg.
1 Bay llome, whlto foieliead, branded
-D" on right hind leg.
toV Owners of the above, animals must
semi lu their claims within lii days,
otherwise iimy will bo sold on tho date
u,,ovo Mtt,UeQover.nut Pomulma"er.
HoudIuIii.Mii) J, lbOi!
Auc ion Sales by James F. Morgan.
By ouli-r of Mr. K, Podeyn, Assignee
of tiio Estate of Wing Loy'Chan, I will
soil at Public Auction, at my Salesroom.
0n WBDNKSDAY, May '
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11 . j
The Stock of Mcrehaudbc of the said i
Ktatc. comprising i
Gents' Socks Mil Hosiery,
Prints, Lawn, Dicss Goods.
Wool A Cotton 0erMilrts,
Gents' Fine Suits.
Ladles' A. Gents' I'lidoi-wear.
White ,V Hi own Cottons, Etc., Etc.
,) VS. P. MORGAN,
1 10 !H
On TH(iJtSlAY, May fith,
A.T I a NOON.
At mv fealesioom, Queen street, I will
veil at Public Auction,
10 Shares Iutor-Ialnnd Steam
Par Value 8100 Each.
10 Shares Wilder's S. S. Co.
Par Value $100 llncli.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
LOT FOR SALE
On WEDNESDAY, May 4tli.
AT 1 O'CLOCK .OOX.
t my Salusrooin, Queen street, 1 will
-ell at Public Auction,
i Piece of Land, 50x120 Feet
Adjoining the iiuuika side of the icsl
dciue of Mi. T. V. Lansing. Lunalilo
-treet, 15 iiiiiiutes' walk from Post Ollico.
and '' minutes' walk to the ears. Water
main runs through the Lot. The above
Lot commands a line view of the Harbor
and Diamond Head.
BaT TKRMS L4 Cash, halance in 1,
and a yeaiR at !) percent.
JAS. F. AlOltGAN,
1 hae received iustructioiis from Mr.
lr I 'nil a.Y-T, Auclirm.f. rf tli.i l.i.t.iti'. rf
S. a. Ah Yet. to '-ell at Public Auction
at my Sale-room. Queen -treet,
On WEDNESDAY, May 11,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
The Unexpired Lease
! Of the Piemisc lately occupied hi" Ah
I Yet & Co. and others, having about S
I years to run. The Premises commence
I iroin the west corner of Nnuanu street
I and run along Pauahi street, comprising
j about (! compartments. The rental paid
is SL'i lier month, and the income from
j tlio re-lasiug part lias been S10."i per
I mouth, making this one of the finest in
i vestments to capitalists and others.
I t&f" For fuithcr particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
10'J lit Auctioneer.
Notice is hereby gien that the under
signed having distrained certain goods
and chattels, the property of M. 1. Sllva
and M. Gomes, for non-payment of rent,
under the statute in such case made and
provided, and the said rental and costs
of diitiaint and removal remaining still
unpaid after llttcen days' dUtrahit; the
-aid goods and chattels will he offered
for sale at Public Auction at the Sales
room of J. K. .Morgan, Auctioneer, on
.SATURDAY, the 7th day of May, 1S!JL
at 10 o'clock a. si , or o much thereof
as shall he necessary to (lie payment of
all linear- at the time of such sale, to
gether with the eots of such dl-tress,
icuioval, custody and sale.
The following' is tlio ll3t of goods and
chattels above referred to:
1 .Slilpinan Engine and outfit, 1 Dy
namo, 1 et Connections, Pulleys. 1 Ta
ble, 1 Desk, Plating Tools, 1 et Electric
Light Win; and Lamps, 1 Iron Wash
slund, 1 et Solutions, Itatlcry .bus, 1
Plating Tank, 1 I luting Tub, 1 Drum
Oil, 1 et Picture Frames, 1 Working
Rend ami '2 Vice, "J .Sign Hoards, 1
Hailed, 1 el .Suudilen.
102 lilt ANTONK IIO.MKN.
LANDLORD' SS ALE.
NOTICK is heiehy given that the 1111
dersigned, having distrained certain
goods and chattels, the property of Ngov
ICee Chan Poo Kee, for non-payment of
rent, under th Malum in such ciuo made
and piovlded, and the said lental and
aotln of dl-traiut and removal remaining
still uupaidkafter tltteeu days' diMiaint;
the said goods mid chattels will ho offer
ed for sale at Public Auction at Sules
ioouisof.l I'. .Moigau, Auctioneer, 011
.SATl'ItDAY, the Mill day of May, 18U2,
at 10 o'clock a. .m., or so much thereof
as shall he ucceMsiuy to the payment of
all aiiears at the tbnu of such sale, to
gether with the costs of such distress,
icuioval, ciistod) and sale.
Tljo following is tlio list of goods and 1
chattels above icfeired to:
11 .square Tables, 5 Round Table. :.':.' ,
Wooden Chubs, a Assorted Chairs, 11 i
Wood Uoii-cs, 1 .Iihs Table, 1 Mcut safe.
1 Hanging Lamp, 1 Clock, 1 stand
j Lamp, Lot of Dishes, Bowls, Spoons,
! Cooking Utensils and X. W. Boards,
1 j-'u . i;.
(--Igned) GOO YORK,
I KW Ibt . Per G. Awaua.
1 . . ,. .rs
, riuluru Frames iiitulu to
order lroni latest styles ol
, mouldings. Koiioviition of
I old pictures u specialty at
I King IJros., Hotel street.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00. OF NEW YORK.
ICIUIIAICK) A. McCIJimY, l'l-eshlcnt.
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 liberal ever offered by any rpburancc Company.
tUf For full particulars apply to
iS. JO. i-s os b o.
On TUESDAY, May U1,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., i
I will sell at Public Auction at the resi- !
deuce of ,J. C. Gall, Palace Walk near
Punchbowl street, the whole of his ,
Household Furniture, consisting of ,
Chihhen's Oil) & Cradle, Spi lug Mat
traces, Mosquito Nets, B. W. (Jlndrs,
lied Lounge, Rugs. Curtains & Cornice,
Lamps Pictures Babv Oarrlntre. Croc-
kery A; Glassware, Kitchen Stove and 1
utensils, l Domestic Sewing Machine,
nearly new; anil a lot of
I..EWIS J. LEVEY,
To remind you. that it is
nearly two years since we
cleaned your watch.
Isn't it about time to have
hei' oiled up?
H. F. WICHMAN.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
1 On and after May M, .
r5J5t 18!I! tlm Ti'v unci Da- I
tfjlfl-tWj -:...,ii f. nnn:,t '
fi"JiiZ? nf tlut mwldt'fc.liriwwl on
Thurston Avenue, containing Larjre Par
w "" ..-. -...-, ....
lor. Dining Room, Conservatory, Two
Hedrooms, Dressing Room with Station-
ary Washstand and Cedar Wardrobe,
Hathroom with Patent Clo-et and Hot
and Cold Water attacliinent. Pantries.
China Clo-et and Kitchen with New
Range, Hot Water Holler mid all attach-
Large and convenient Stable on the
carriage, harness and feed rooms, and!
pi onuses containing two large uox-staus,
Grounds 200x200, beautifully laid out 1
and terraced. The view is tinsurpas-eU 1
Kor further particulars see 1
W. G. ASHLEY,
:it)0-tf O. It. & L. Co.'s Depot.
OUR business In this Kingdom will i
lie conducted hy Air. Is, Rubin-
stein under full power of attorney.
1IYMAN HKOS. ,
Honolulu, April iii, lS'Ji.'. -tori 2w 1
DURING my abseuco from this King- '
dom Mr, Is, Ruhhisteln Is autho- .
lilU to ut't foe nil, iimli.r full nrtivoi1 nf I
attorney. M. HYMAN.
Honolulu, Apill -M, 1KU:'.
ITMtOM and after this date no person Is '
? iiutliori.ed as a Sub-Agent of the
Equitable Life Assurance Society, 1111- j
less under wjuitkk autlioiitv from
ALEX. J. UARTWRIGUT,
General Agent Equitable Life Assur
Honolulu, Oahu, Apill 25, 1H'J2,
101 1 in
When you want a Portrait
Enlarged call on King Bros,,
I got their price list and see
suuiples. They cuu't be bout.
uJPACffiC HARDWARE CO., L'cL,
Fori SI reel,
Ornamental! Economical A; Durable '
ISnUY'S Ol.ll KSTAIll.tSIIKl)
Ice Gliosis k Mriyratori,
China, Crockery & G-assware,
Plantafon Tool, Irnplerarinis & Supplies
l'alnts, Oils A Vmnl-lius.
Yacnum Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oilsl
Always the sumo; made by a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolineum Avsnarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HAKDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cunnnlus New UlocK, Fort & Jlereliant streets.
I 04 Fort Street,
oys' Calico Shirt
Children's Corset Waist for 40cts.
IN ALL SIZES. A NKW ASSORTMENT OE
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS.
Antique Lace Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
SGcietv of the
1 .Q'9 7J'7TS'
1 . j
LiabUlhCH, Jf percent
TritT , rTQ
Jfew B USUI CHS Written, ill.
I ,,.,,, ,,.nnP. ., Fnrr.n
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. I Tho EftsEiitcihlfii I
8 BIO IkQJtLBggKMSgO iL
The 32d Annual Statement will be
the interval the foregoing- figures will show approximately
the chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
nkiiig Stock we offer supeiior values for less than former prices hi every
CHKNILLK PORTIERKS, FROM ?0.50 UPWAItD,
Jlj,lieH' Ac CliildroiiVj GowMamer
AT ALL STVLKS AXD PRICKS.
GENTS SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUM
SOCK- AND SCARPS AT COST.
t3T Dressmaking under iho nianiigenient of MISS K. CLARKK.
:r. o. uox. .iBo.: hi gBL
Acswi. Cor, .Niniimii Si. Iliiifi MtreetN.
' if ym w.u,lt '" fc!iV0 ,llu" all(1 money buy your Eurnitiire-, etc., at the
I. N. L., comer Nuuttuii and King sticots
ASS" Pound tho place to buy Now ami Second-hanil Funiltuio of all kinds at
lowest prices, the I. X. ,.. comer Xtiiuinii ami Kim. stn...iu
ttSf Bedroom Sets, Watdrobes, Ice Bo.es, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lau
Rugs, Bureaus, Cheffonlers, etc., sold cheap for cash at the L X. L corner N
.. ,r Sleanier and Veranda Chain,,
Baskets, hewing Mae lines, Whatnots,
cash prices ut tnu 1. x. 1.., Now and Stcoml-hand Furniture House, corner Nuu-
ami and King streets
i c ... . cr,cocn
S W LEDlEJ!l
Sr Store Open Suturduy
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
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Waist for 25cts.
... $1 10,000,000.00
o or nnn nnn nn
J 8!) 1 $230,000,000.00
...... . . .
800. GOO. OOO OO
issued hereafter ; in
MM .A : mutual tel. do.
Sofas, Bed Lounges, Baby Cribs, Clothes
Meal Safes, Trunks, etc., told at the lowest
Evenings till O o'clock. ta