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On and after .July 1, 1892. the day
on which thu Universal Postal Union
Convention slgued at Vienna, July
1, 185)1, will come into operation,
tho limits of weijjht and size of sam
ple packages of merchandise ex
changed in the mails between the
United States and Hawaii, and be
tween Great Britain and Hawaii, will
be: Weight, 360 grammes; Size, 30
by 20 by 10 centimetres. Approxi
mate English equivalents adopted:
Weight, 12 ounces; Sue, 12 by 8
by 4 inches. Packet's in the form of
a roll.tnust' not. exceed 12 inches in
length and 6 inches in diameter.
The limits of weight and size of
sample package exchanged in mails
uotween'Uawaii and all other coun
tries of the Union than those above
named will be, from the llrst day of
July next: Weight, 8 ounces; size,
12 "by 8 by -1 inches.
. " ' WALTER HILL,
Honolulu, June 1, 1892.
430 lt-28 It
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the pioeeMiof deepening tin
channel at tlie entrance to Honolulu
baibor the Dredgei will be in opeta
tiou night and day. At night then
will be a dangei signal placed on tin.
forwaid deirick of Dredger About 30
feet above tuu level, wliiuli can be seen
by all vetsels appioucbing the harbor
The signal consists Red Red
of thiee red lights
and a white light
ab in thu diagram,
thu red lights being
about 3 feet apart
with tho white light
mi the center.
All steamers ciossing thu bar will
btop at a safe distance from the Died
gcr and give one blast of their whistle
which will be answered by a single
blast from the Dredger, to be fol
lowed by thieu blasts from tho Dredg
er when the passage is clear and they
The Tug will be on h.uid when not
otherwise engaged to assist sailing craft
in passing the Diedger when neces
sary. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior OHice, Mai oh 0, i&92.
Foreign Ofllco Notice.
Ho.NOi.fi.L-, May 31, lb!)2.
Official noticu has been received
from His Excellency John L. Stevens,
Envoy Eitiaordinaiy and Minister
Plenipotenti.ii y of the United Slates,
MR. W. PORTER BOYD,
United States Consular Cleik, ha
been assigned for duty at the Oiticu
of the United States Consulate-General
at Honolulu, and that he is recog
nized by this Dep.iitiiicnt as such
Consular Clurk. 433 31-23 It
Honolulu, H. I.,' Dec. 2, 185)1.
Holdeu of water piivileges, or those
paying water rates, aic hereby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation purposes' are finin (i to b
o'clock A. M., and 4 to 0 o'clock i M.
until further notice.
JOHN 0 vVHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
,-0. N. Sl'KNOKH,
Minister of tho Interior.
S. M. KAAUKAJ, Ef-q , lias this
day been appointed a member of the
Road Jlouid fui the 'taxation District
of Honolulu, O.tlm, for thu unexpired
term inado vacant b the dealli of .Mi.
C. N. SPENOER,
Minislei of the Interior,
lliteiioi OHice, May 31, 185)2.
4 35-3 t
A. MoWA VNE, M. D has this day
been apiiointud Medical .Siinciintuii
duntof tho Incanu Asylum, vice Dr.
Richard Oliver, resigned.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minislei of the Intotior.
lutiiiior Ollico, Juiif) 1, 185)2,
D. II. NAJUNU, Khq., has this
day biiun appointed a Notary Public
fiji tho Third Judicial Circuit of the
0, N. SliltMJtilt,
Hiiiituu of dip luturluj.
Salo of Loass of tho Govern
ment Laud of Opihikao,
On SATURDAY, Juno 4, 1802, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of Aliiolnni Halo will he .oltl at rub
lie Auction thu la-aM" of Government
Land of Opihikao, lit Pun , Hawaii,
containing an mci of lf00 acies, a
llttlu more or less.
Term Lvav for 26 .0iirs.
Ups'Ct price $200 pi-r annum, iay
able seini-anuuully in iidvaiice.
C. N. SPEXUER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllcc, May 3, 185)2.
&?"" The abnvc Mile ia indefinitely
C. N. SPENCER.
Minister of the Interior.
Interjor Ollicc, May 31, 185)2.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1892.
The Univeisal Postal Union Con
vention which was signed at Vienna
on July 4, 1891, to take effect on
July 1, 1892, contains some features
new to the Postal System of, the
world, and makes some modifications
of previously accepted and operative
principles. The new fcatuies and
the modifications are all considered
and believed to be in the line of im
provement. Among the modifica
tions may be noted that of the tiftli
section of the fifth article of the Con
vention, which treats of sample
packets of merchandise exchanged
in the mails between countries of the
Postal Union. The maximum of size,
compared with that previously opera
tive, is nearly doubled, while the
weight remains as before. A piovi
sion is also added, authorizing coun
tries so disposed to "adopt by com
mon consent, for their reciprocal ex
changes, limits of weight or size
greater than those fixed by the Con
vention." Taking advantage of this
option, it has been ananged by the
Administialious of the countries con
cerned that in the exchange by post
of sample packages of merchandise
between Great Britain and Hawaii,
and between the United States and
Hawaii, the Convention maximum
size shall be adopted, while increas
ing the weight from 260 to 350
giammes, or approximately from 8
to 12 ounces. So that, according to
a postal notice in this issue, on and
after the first day of July next, all
bona fide sample packets of meichan
dise which do not exceed 12 ounces
in weight, 12 inches in length, 8
inches in breadth, and 4 inches in
depth in:.y be passed in the mails
between the countries named and
Hawaii. Our impoiters will natuially
hail this announcement with satisfac
tion. They presumably make up
their orders largely from samples re
ceived, and therefore a measure
which aids in the procuring of sam
ples assists in the development of
MR. CASTLE'S EXPLANATION.
ElHTOU HlJl. I.II IN'
Mr. W. U. Castle's explanation in
your paper of yesterday's date is en
couraging, marking as it does a defer
ence for public opinion, particularly
Hawaiian opinion, that is quite un
usual with those who think and act
with him. To those of us who know
Hawaiiaus it seems passing sliaiige
that one of .Mr. Wilcox'3 followers
should go to Mr. Castle, of all men
in litis community, to betray his
leader. However, it may have been
the case, for the unexpected usually
happens. On the street it is under
stood that Mr. Castle obtained his in
formation about the meetings held by
Col. Ashford and Mr. Wilcox, and
their followers, from the 'police
authorities, who, it is said, consulted
Mr. Castle professionally. This,
however, is only rumor and may be
taken for what it is worth. Certainly
Mr. Castle's motives in accepting a
retainer for the detenso tire admir
able, as ho states them, and he may
be sure that his "aloha" for the Ha
waiiaus is thoroughly understood
ami appreciated for all it is woith.
It is strange that this "aloha,"'
about which lie prates, should lead
him to earn tho information which
he obtained, never mind how, im
mediately to C. W. Ashford, whom
he, in another sentence, denounces
for outrageous and incendiary talk.
Why not have cautioned his Hawai
Mr. Castle's explanation certainly
does him no credit as a lawyer, nor
does it help him much as a philan
thropist. N A I II A.N,
A traveling man who chanted to
ho in tho store of E. V. Wood, at
Mi'Kecs Rocks, Pa., says while he
was wailing to sec Mr. Wood, a little
gill came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Halm and
bald: "Mamma wunts another bot
tle of that mi dicliio; lic says it it
thu butt iiiudicimifor rlii'titnalibiii she
uvur uyil." 6U uunl huUltw lor sale
i Ji" 11 liyuluid, Hjiison, JilllUli Co.,
i -. m Jl
The victory of the Crescents over
thu Houolulus was a surprise their
defeat by the Hawaiis was a sur
prises Following so closely upon a vic
tory which, for the moment, put the
little fellows on the top round of the
baseball ladder comes a defeat as un
expected as it was a disappointment
to everyone who had seen both clubs
play. If report be true some of the
kids wcie suffering from hydrocepha
lus, a disease so common with peo
ple who achieve sudden success. If
this is the case it would be well for
the alllictcd ones to consult the phy
sician in ordinary to the nine and be
treated for it ; "bighead" has ruin
ed many a good man.
It is difllcult In attribute the loss
of the game on Saturday to anything
but weak battery; the men in the
field played well. The boat race
had occupied the attention of Angus
on days when baseball practice was
necessary, but as the race was for
only one day he probably thought he
could afford to give more time to
preparing for it than for the ball
game with a club the' were reason
ably suic of defeating. The boys in
the infield guarded their respective
positions very creditably, Percy
Lishman notably so ; his throwing to
first was as near perfect as such
things can be. In the fourth inning
lie caught a hot ball while there was
a man at third, putting two men out.
Again in the seventh inning lie dis
tinguished himself by making a run
ning tly catch and during the inning
retiicd three men. Chri3. Holt also
made a good fly catch and added to
the glory already attained by making
a throw from left field to home plate.
The Hawaii nine with their Varie
gated uniforms somewhat resembled
a crazy patch quilt. Palmer pitched
a steady out-shoot which the Cres
cents hjl with considerable dexterity.
Thompson's playing at first was lie
feature of the work of the team ; in
addition to his work at the bases
Thompson excels as a "coach," and
to his ability as a rattler, perhaps, as
much as anything is due the defeat
of Hie Crescents. Thompson has
shown himself to be a good general
and a model ball player. If the Ha
waiis had more such men in their
nine victory would be easier for them
and more frequent.
Next Saturday the Crescents htve
another go with the Kamehamehas
and unless the former spend more
time practicing for the game than
they did for the last one it will not
-lie hard to name the winner. It is
possible Peicy Lishman will pitch a
portion of the game and as he throws
a very speedy ball it may confuse the
students and assist thu Crescents
toward victory. It is not definitely
settled that Lishman will pilch, nor
will he if it is believed Angus is in
Lrood condition for the work imposed
upou the man in the box.
The near approach of the racing
day and the arrival of horses from
the other islands add to the interest
among the horsemen. The latest ar
rivals are the horses from C. F.
Horner's stables on Maui, which
camu down by the Claudinc on Satur
day last. Mr. Horner's stable con
kisis of "lllitz,"
i he pacer well
known to all Ho
lie is in splendid
con d i 1 1 o n and
shows evidences of
For a stable com
panion he has the
gieat old cam
paigner "Lot Slo
cum," ono of the
best known trotters in tho Kingdom
and who has rade more fast hrats in
races than any of Elcclionccr's col lb.
If Slociim gois to thu wire in shape
on the 11 th and is well driven some
of thu sports will wish he had stayed
on Maul whcio ho belongs. This
stable may possibly bare ..n addition
by the next steamer from -thu coast,
a fast iuiiiiit who will take part in
the free for nil iiiuning races, l'lie
Maui spot ts will furnish their own
barrels In which to pack their win-iiings-lf
Mr. A. Iloriior's horses are ulso
.Quartered at jhe tiack ,atablo Uu
rtot U.Wn.rtiii im3jm m ww w wt
has Rob Roy, fonfiorly " Tom Do
lunoy," n long distance bay who de
feated J. A. 0. in a mile and a half
race about three years ago; aUo tho
bay pony Lucy, a datmhlcr or tho
old favorito Waterford, and last, but
not least, a gray mula who has a hai d-lo-beat
Johnny Goldsmith the brown pacer
is in splendid form aud promises to
be a good horse on the lllh June.
His present driver we think is a very
good one, but he U about seventy
pounds over weight which would be
a great handicap. Jas. Wallace his
trainer is also one of the best drivers
in the Kingdom, and if Wallace drives
him he will make a belter recotd
than any one else in the Kingdom
could give him.
The Honolulu Tennis Club tourna-
l inent took place on the Wodehouse
court last week. Hie games were
exciting from the fact that two hand
some prizes, donated by the gentle
man members of the club, were to bo
given to tho players having the best
scores. The folloning is the record
of the games:
1st. Miss 'Woods and Miss Widc
mann, the latter receiving 15 and 1
bisque, resulting in favor of Miss
Woods G-3 and 6-5.
2nd. Miss Mist and Miss May At
kinson, the former receiving half
thirty. Miss Atkinson won in G-l,
3rd. Miss Wodehouse and Mis
Lani Atkinson, the latter receiving
one bisque; Miss AVodehouse win
ning G-4, G-l.
-I 111. Miss Mollic Atkinson and
Miss Wodehouse, the former receiv
ing half-fifteen and one bisque. Af
ter an exciting struggle and many
exhibitions of fine play Miss Atkin
son won by 0-5, and G 3.
5th. Miss May Atkinson and Miss
Mollic Atkinson, the latter receiving
half-sixteen anil one bisque. Miss
Mollic winning in G-2 aud G-l, which
declared her tl e winner of the tour
nament with Miss May Atkinson sec
ond. Miss Mollie Atkinson won un
stinted praise f'om eveiyone, as she
is the vouiiitest player by several sea
sons. A little more experience will
place her on a par with thu best of
the senior tennis players in the King
dom. The 1st prize is of solid silver and
designed by Wichman ; the 2nd a
handsome racquet with silver name
plate. D. II.
BERGER'S BENEFIT CONCERT.
Following is the program of the
benefit concert tendered to Rand
master Berger, Thursday evening,
1. Second Grossu Ariei fl Clario
U. S. Sun Francisco Band.
2. Waltz Tiio "O'er Blooming
Kawidabao Sum!,-i,y Choi us.
3. Song " Wamlnlied". . .Schuman
Hon. P. It Isenberg.
4. Violin Solo Caprice No. 2 .Miisiu
5. Kinder Symphony iivC-m.ijor .
Trumpet, Miss Alhcrton ; Cuckoo,
Miss Patch ; Bells. Miss Ellen
Hopper; Triangle, Mil's P.irme
lec; Quail, J Q.Wood; Nightin
gale, Wiay Taylor; Rattle, G. E.
Smithies; Drum, George 11.
Paris; Piano, Professors G. L.
Bahcock and Oscar Hciold; lsl
and 2d Violins and Cellos, by
members of the Roval Hawaii in
G. Ari.ifiom the "Pearl of Brazil"
Annie Louise Musin.
7. Concert Scene ICiesler
St. Louis College Oichestia.
8. Flower Song from "Faust"
Mins Loui.-e F. Dale.
5). Quintette Selection from "'La
Piano, Miss Hopper; 1st Violin,
Miss McGrew; 2d Violin, J
Lighlfoot; Viola, A. Maiques;
Violoncello, Wi.iy Taylor.
10. Trio Three Littlu Maids, from
"Mikado" (in costume). .. .Sullivan
Airs. Howler, .Miss Aolte, Miss Li-h-
11. "Trumpeter's May Song".. Osgood
Kiunchamcha Glco Club.
12. Festival March "l'wontyYeais"
(new) Homy Beiger
Royal Hawaiian Rand.
Dr. dolpli Marciisc, who has been
making latitude observations here
for a year past, had audience of the
Queen on Friday last, being present
ed by Mr. LI. F. Glade, German
Consul. Her Majesty confened on
Dr. Marcuse tho decoration of Knight
Commander of the Royal Order of
Kapiolaui, one of the most distin
guished orders of tho realm. ,The
doctur will leave for" Germany this
Profossor E, D. Preston, of the
United Slates Coast and Geodetic
Survey, to-day received through thu
Foreign Ofllcc the same distinction as
his German coadjutor from Her Maj
esty. Prof. Preston lias also been
hero a year, on this his third olllcial
mission, making pendulum as well as
latitude obscrvat.ous. His observa
tions aru neatly completed.
In tho course of tha treason' pro-
ccedings this afleruoon the pios.eou-
lion cmercd a nolle nroBuqui in tlic
case of Alex. Smith, olio of the tie
fciiilauts, as there was uo evidence
against him. Smith wut, accordingly
dischaigcd and came down town at
once to receive the congratulations
of his friends.
Thu bot spring nu'dlcine is a dose
or two of St. Patriuk's 1'llln. Thoy
not only physiu hut clc.nibc thu whulu
HyHUiiu una purity tint
ale.uym'ubon, SmUhi JOj,
ItJU'tE'AUSJ A. HcCBJKUY.
tssues iEvery Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members sinco, its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOl) ARS.
Its Now Distribution Policy is tho most liberal ever offered by any Insutanco Company,
tea?" For full particulars apply to
,i)1 General Agent-for the Hawaiian Islands.
The Pacific IIauuwaue Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of- the 'well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din-,
nor Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
ceis, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oil".
Carbolineum Avcnarius by the bar
tuI, case or smaller quantity. "",
Auction Sales oy James F. Morgan.
By order of lion. S. B. Dole, I will
utter for sale at Public Auction, at
my Sdehroom, Queen htieol,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
The Following Dosi'aW Properties:
1 Lot 37 of ibe Kap ihulu survey,
including an :' tea of 455 iicrc and
fenced on the easterly, wcsteily and
mauka sides with stone wall for the
mot p.nt. This land i bounded
mauka by the Waialac ro id. casteily
by Waml.io ami wo&teily by Lot .!.
! acres. Fenced in by htone wall
...:... r l .... l ..1!
and wiic fence and for a abort dih
tanco by a sleep part of Diamond
Head. Bounded mauka by the
Waialac Itond, easterly by Lot .'17,
westeily by the ili of Pahoa and ma
kai by Purl; lots, and has an outlet on
the Patk and a water .supply for
stock. This l.uiil is cleared of lantaua
for about j of its area,
3 A portion of the Ili of P.ilio.i
lying wett of the last mentioned land
with the Wai.dae road skirling iu
mauka side. The new Kupahulu
mad cuts across its westerly end.
Area 715 acies. Fenced on its east
S" All of these Lands furni-.li
considerable pasture during a l.uge
part of the ye.u and coni.iin a yeaily
incieabing growth of algeiobn trees,
which furnish a large amount of feed
JAS. F. MORGAN.
42 -22t Aui'tlmipr
TUMBLE in .JRWELRY !
WENNER & GO.,
Oldest Jewelry Establishment to
the Hawaiian Island?,
Reg to announce that from thN date
they make a i eduction of fioin
15 to 25 Percent !
On all Goods in thi-lr line. Kveryaitl-
cle will be niaikc I in plain
llgurea at the
LOWEST PRICE POSSIBLE !
! Gall and fcuo for yutirculf, -u
92 FORT STREET
Honolulu, Mav 31, 1802. 1'.15 tf
rpHE piU'tiUThiii lieretnfoio exUtlnir
i between .1. A. I'almer and YV.
JtlehuiiUon under tho linn niiuie of
ruliiirr & Jticliardsou" Ih heicby JIh
polvcd lj, nuitiial cnni'iil. All out
slamllntc inUcliti'diKK dim to sildlhin
ylll bo collected by J A. 1'alini'r, who !
will also M'ttlu all out8tiiidIug debts
njruiiist tab! tlrin.
.1. A. PALM Bit,
W. W. KIUllAJtU'sON.
Honolulu, May ;ll, 1RUJ. .;),i ;)t
UOTKIj for SALE I
ti'kt THAT Finn New, Two-,-2t
' htory Itiillilinu; opiiotii
W!& the J tail way .Station, Wailukll,
at pieocnt occupied by Geo. V. Macfar-
, muihI In WalluKu, and Miiuiblo fundi licr
laun cc in, 'nils H ine imfi uuiiifMi
a hotel or ntoio. ll command a II mi
view of tha liaibor. For tcinii. apply to
MUS. K. II V'rOllKT.OK,
toil tf IM) Niiimiiu Avenue.
TO 1 , 13 V
m .1 'I'lii: Stoics In "Arlliiclou
$&&! lllocU"ii,i,eully occupied
&&8s& by H. U. tiuluuuiiu iiuti luti
hjuiiiur Willi um um ar. initi uuiiar ig
HHcmrtw rjvwii tii i awtiMmmjiJuiuM
1" ij R i'Ai
HAVE OPENED T1IEII?
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahunianu Stro t Ground Floor, "with a
Limn AswlMt of Hew Goods exlemn"
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Rayal Worcester, Crown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
Sew Ru?s & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd,
r.r ii jhz
I G-nmey Refrigerators
Ornamental! Economical & Dm able!
Eddy's Old Estaismshed
Ice Clissts k Mriprita,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat onT-rls, Implemnis & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Ydonnm Oil Co.'s Lurlcatiug Oils!
Always the same; nvido by a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
j m &-
I 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a
RtP5 n jj i
3? Thoy are Pliable, Supporting and Unbreakable j
they conform easily to every position of the body while
affording a delightfully comfortable and pleasant support.
The Best Ladies' Waist Made !
At (licatly Iti-duccd Prices.
Chenille Portieres at $(5 a Pair Black B.-adcil Capet, for Lailien, $S Kcduceu
from $lf anil iO.
GENTS WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A new line of ChuUicH iit-10u per yanl. 'J2-inch All Wool DrcbB
Goinlf, in Plain, Striped ami Uheuked, icduccd fronf
tl to OOo. jiiir yaid, a ""
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
DrrfstnaMne; under tho inaiuimimoiit of MLSS OLAHIC. 1f&
This is only to remind you that TO-MOR-JIqY
will be a good time to visit our Store.
We are selling Goods at "and mai-ow cost
for TWO WJSJilKS'ONLY!
Full Assortment of
p as tSsws !'t'ife".j vft, a
$k P TH?
dgttf-. &!M JIUUHULiJIIUiii;.
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