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Having been duly notified by Hon.
J. S. Walker, President of the l..ce;is
lativu Assembly, that bj the adoption
of the report of the Judiciary Com
mittoo the election held at North
llilo Disliicl is declared to b void,
and that Disliict lias no Hupiceeutu
tive in this House.
Now therefore, by virtue of the pow
er vested in me by Law, I do hereby
give notice that a Special Election
lor Representative will be held in the
said Distiict ol North llilo, Island of
Hawaii, on THUUSDAY, the 30ih
day of June, 1802, betwteu the bouts
of 8 o'clock a. m, and 5 o'clock p. m.
Thiul District of Hawaii (N. llilo)
consists of tliat poition of llilo and
liamakua, from the Hukalau Gulch
to the bed of the Knlapapuu Gulch in
Hamakua (between Kukaiau and
Kainchc), to include all of Kokaiau.
First 1'iecinct From llik.iluu
Gulch to tho Humakua hide of Lan
Polling l'lacc Court House, Lau
pahochou. Inspectois Goo. Kaihunui, Ghnii
II. K. Unea,
Dr. L. S. Thorn pi-oii.
appointed for Election
1$. 1). Mucy,
Second Precinct From Lanpahoe
hoe Gulch to ICalap.ipuu Uulch.
Polling Place Ivanla Ohuich.
lnspeetois Geo. F. Kenton, Chan
appointed for Election
It. Hornet .
C. N. SPENCEU,
Minister of the Intetior.
Interior Office, June 4, 1892.
439 :it-23 4t
Will be received at the Intel ior Oltiee
until TUESDAY, June 7, 1892, at 12
o'clock noon, for publishing the Ses
sion Laws of 1892, as follows :
1 Publibhing iu newspaper Eng
lish one time, at per 1000 "ems,"
octavo measure, double column.
2 Publishing in newtpapei Ha
waiian one time, at per 1000 "ems,"
octavo measure, double column.
3 Piinting and Binding 500 Copieo
fof the above laws English in same
style as Session Laws of 1S90.
' 1 Piinting and Binding 500 Copies
of the above law.- H.iwaii.ni in
same btylo as Session Laws of 1890.
All bids must be endorsed, "Ten
ders for Piinting Laws," and mut be
made in conformity with the abeve
items as specified.
The Ministei of the Interioi does
not bind himself to accept the lowest
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
"SIuteiior Office, June 3, 1892.
Tenders will be received by the
Printing Committee of the Legisla
ture of 1892, now in Session, for the
supply of printed matter required
during the Session.
'fonder to be addressed to Chair
man Printing Committee, Legislative
Hall, not later than Monday, Juno 0.
Tho Committee does not bind itself
to accept tho lowest or any tender.
J.N. rf. WILLIAMS,
437 3t Chairman.
SATURDAY, the 11th day of June,
being the Commemoiatiou of the
Biithday of Knuichainohii I., will bo
observed as a Public Holiday, and all
Government Offices throughout the
Kingdom will bo closed on that day.
C. N. SPENCER,
Ministei of the Intetior.
Inleiior Office, Juno 3, 1892.
I 1 ts.
flrUetd to nrtthtr itirl itnr -'any,
Hut rstabhihcd lor the irnrrit of all.
SATURDAY, .JUNE 4, 1892.
The Committee on Agrictilttue of
the United States House of Repre
sentatives has adopted an amend
ment to the agricultural uppioprin
tion bill, appropi lallng $20,000 to
cany on experiments in sugar cane
cultivation in California. It would
be unkind to wish that thu uxpeii
muiits should prove illacotiniging,
especially tvlillc there Is a cliunue
that Hie sued (,'uuu to bu used iheicln
Tliero Is n rumor by tlic foreign
mnil that Emperor William (it Ger
many will lie required to abdicate,
on account of developing mental ab
erration. Ho ha5 been writing let
ters personally to the Russian Gov
ernment which, if taken seriously by
the Czar, would inevitably produce
war. The Czar having knowledge of
tho German Emperor's condition
pretends to misunderstand the letters.
OUR ANNEXATION MINISTER,
His Excellency J. Mott Smith, Ha
wniiatt Minister ut Washington, lias
been interviewed at lcrgth by the
correspondent of the New York
Herald on the question of annexa
tion. He Is reported to hove said:
"What our people need is a more
stable government, and this we would
secure if we were anuexed to the
United States. It is for this reason
thai our wealthy and mercantile class
dcslte it." Dr. Smith weut on to
claim that the British and German
residents arc in favor of annexation
as much as the Americans. He is
further reported as expressing the
opinion thai Queen Liliuokalani
would not veto an annexation mea
sure, because: "She is getting
well along in years, and would
not probably object to laying down
the reins of oilice. Moreover,
she is not particularly interested in
the succession, for she has bul one
elalivs whose kinship is at all close.
This is a young girl of sixteen whose
mother is f wasj the Queen's sister
and whose father is a Scotcli gentle
man. The young lady is now being
educated in Europe." There is a
material discrepancy between this
view of the Queen's mind as pre
sented by Her Majesty's Minister at
Washington and as revealed in Her
Majesty's own words from the throne
at the opening of the Legislature.
The country is being made to
appear in a ridiculous light by
somebody. There is a hope left
that to the lively imagination of
the correspondent part at least
of the humiliation may be attribut
ed. The Legislatute has time before
the departure of the mail on Monday
to ascertain whether the reported
utterances of the Minister at Wash
ington relleot in any degree either
the mind of the Queen or that of her
ST. ANDKKW'S CATHEDKAL.
The services of the cathedral con
gregation tor to-morrow, Whit Sun
day, will he as follows: Holy Com
munion G:30 a. m. ; morning prayer
and sermon, appropriate hymns, at 11
a. m. ; evensong and sermon 7:30 p.
in. All are invited.
The services of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, (Whit Sunday) will be as
follows: 9:30 a. m., moining prayer
and Holy Communion; Te Dcum, by
Berg in C. ; anthem, "Come Holy
Ghost," by Attwood; hymns 155 and
370; Kjrieand Sanctus, by Hart in
D; G:30 p. m., evensong .with ser
mon ; hymns 154 and 207 ; anthem,
"Turn thy face from Sin." by Att
wood. Rev. Alexander Mackintosh,
pastor. All aie cordially invited.
The special car will leave Pauoa at a
quarter past 9 a. in., for St. Andrew's
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
liali on Saturday andSuuday at 7:30
CKNTItAI. UNION CHUItCII.
Pleaching by the Rev. T. L. Gul
ick, of Maui, at 11 a. m. and at 7:30
u. in. All are invited.
y. m. c. A. HALL.
Evangelistic services in the Y
C. A. hall, 0:30 to 7:15 p.
High Mass, 10 a. m. ; Rosary.
Sermon, Benediction, 3 p. in.
DEATH OF JOHN RITSON.
News comes of the death of John
Ritson, who was for many years a
familiar figure in Honolulu. He died
in Sweden. His age must have been
about seventy years or more. Uutil
about six years ago for some time he
had been a clerk in the olllce of the
Registrar of Finance.
Jon Ritson came to Honolulu fioiu
China curly in the llfties. He was
llrst employed by General Miller, the
British Consul-Gcueral, us clerk, and
in after years was in the wholesale
liquor business with C. V. Hart. Mr
Ritson was a man who had a good
education in early life and was
much lespected by the people of that
day. He was married to an English
lady in 1802, who died a number of
years ago. There are two children
of that marriage u son and daugh
ter. The son is a lawyer in England.
The daughter was muriled to a civil
engineer by the name of E. Macfle
now living in Sweden.-
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physiu hut cleanse thu whole
system and' purify the blood. For
side by llmiHon, .Smith & Co., Agents.
JMct iiro FrunifH nuulo to
onlr from lutont HtyioH of
iiioiilriiiigri. Konoviitioii of
old pioluruH u HMOoiulty ut
Klllif livuu,, Hotol Mlt'OOt.
San Franeicco, May 2S, per S. S.
STOUM9 AND FLOODS.
Wellington, Sumner county, Kan
sas, was devastated by a cyclone Ia9t
night. Fifty persons are reported
killed and 125 Injured. The Phil
lips House, Lutheran and Congrega
tional churches, several newspaper
offices, a foundry and the opera
house are among 200 buildings des
troyed. Loss 500,000.
To overestimate the suffering and
destruction in the valleys of the
White and Arkansas rivers is out of
the question. There are not a thou
sand acres of dry soil left in Desha
county. The towns of Ilollendcl,
Chicot City, Red Fork and Pendleton
have been wiped off the earth, ana
not a living being is at any of them.
All have been rescued and are now
on high ground, but actually starv
ing, so difficult of access are they to'
lelief steamers. All the big planta
tions for forty miles in the Arkansas
valley arc utterly ruined.
A waterspout visited Siloam
Springs, Arkansas, which resulted in
tiic loss of three lives and the des
truction of property worth 8100,000.
Dr. Swallow's house was carried
away, taking the doctor, his wifo
and mother down the stream and
Thousands of acres of wheat and
much fruit were destroyed in Jack
son county, Iudianu, by a hail and'
A "general overflow of tho Red
River valley, Louisiana, seems in
'cvitable from a steady rise of the
river. Thousands" of people at
Shreveport have been impoverished.
The Sacramento river has reached
27 feet, the highest point in many
years, and the people are alarmed.
Ex-Speaker Reed has come out
squarely for Blaine. He is convinced
Mr. Blaine intends to accept the
nomination, if offered to him by the
Senator Pettigrew of South Dakota
believes Blaine will be nominated on
the first ballot.
The Republican convention of the
Fourth Congressional district, Illi
niis, declared for Blaine by resolu
tion but left delegates uninstructed.
In a deafening' roar of approval that
followed the resolution, the Harrison
people themselves shouted for Blaine.
Representative Milliken of Maine,
an intimate friend of Blaine, says
Blaine will write no more letters,
that he will be nominated at Minnea
polis and elected.
Quay says Blaine will be nominated
by a hundred voices at once.
The Philadelphia Inquirer will say,
in its Washington despatches, that
Uol. Clarkson announces Blaine has
told him he would accept tho nomina
Salisbury was to announce the
date of dissolution of Parliament on
the evening of Whitsuntide. The
decision will enrage the opposition,
who will resort to every device to
obstruct the Government business.
No Gladstone Government will be
possible until the end of the spring
of 1893, and no home rule until
1894, meanwhile the Belfour local
tiovernmcnt measure, having a clear
year to operate, must complicate
Gladstone's tusk in creating a new
Tho proposed program for the con
gress of chambers of commerce of
the British empire will include con
siderable protectionist agitation.
Proposed resolutions favor a commer
cial union of the empire, the estab
lishment of differential rates between
Great Britain and the colonies, the
preference of home products against
foreign, Great Britain to grant a
discriminating tariff against grain,
and an international monetary union,
with unification of the currency of
the empire. From present indications
the gathering will be the greatest
trade d moustiation ever held in
It is announced that the Queen
offered Salisbury a dukedom in the
event of his retiring from power, but
it is doubtful if the Premier will ac
cept the honor.
P. M. S. S. COLIMA.
The P. M. S. S. Colima from San
Francisco arrived off port and
anchored there early this morning.
She brought .021) of the City of
Peking's coolies, which the latter
look on to San Francisco. The
quarantine was raised on May 27.
The remaining Chinese passengers
of the Peking were sent to Hnvana,
except about 100 still held on
Angel's Island, San Fiancisco. The
Colima will land her passengers at
the Immigration Depot
Sau Fiimcisco on May 27,
(. 1IIB ,
Colima will salt for San Francisco on I
Monday. As she does the voyage in j
eight days, she should be preferred
to the llielis for mails.
A traveling man who chanced to
bo in the store of E. V. Wood, nt
Molvccs Rocks, Pa,, says while he
was wailing to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl cuiiiu in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's I'aln Balm and
stdd ; "Muiiima wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it it!
tliu heel lui'dloliiuforrhciiinallhiii she
ever imuil." oil cent bottles for sale
y all dealers, liuiisuu, .Smith &C'o,,
A Chlnamnn named Long Yuen
was arrested (his morning charged
with being accessor V " the murder i
of tho Chinaman, ii.hhiu unknown,
whoso bodv was found in the bay on
April 17th. Long Yuen h n peddler
of vegetables and when the barken
tine "was hero on her last trip this
Chinaman furnished the vessel with
vegetables. A preliminary hearing
will probably bo had on Monday.
Detective Locklmrt, Capt. Hopkins,
and Illinois Wise, arrested in San
Francisco for the murder, will arrivu
by the S. S. Australia on the 14th
hist. It is presumed that, in the
peddler's business connections with
the Dimond's people, tho murdered
Chinaman was made acquainted with
Illinois Wi-c. Further developments
urc awaited with interest.
Please be Bo-kindusto let mo know
through the columns of your paper,
when and where was Judge Terry
shot? A Constant Rcader.
He was shot August 14, 1889, nt
the Depot Hotel, Lathrop, California,
by David1 Naglc, a Deputy-Marshal
of the United States. Ed.
Mr. ,1. P. Blaizc, an extensive real
estate dealer in Dcs Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped on" of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says the Saturday
Review. -Mr. Blaizc had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour after his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaizc
sent to the nearest ding store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which he had often
heard, and took a number of large,
doses. He says the effect was won
derful and that in a short lime he
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine mid the next
day was able to come to Des Moines.
Mr. Blaizc regards his cure as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by allxlealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agonts.
Auction SUes by Lewis J. Levey.
By order of Mr. F. Scb'esMiigei. As
signee of the Bankrupt Estate of Lai
Ting, I will sell at Public Auction, at
On TH1 KSDAY, June 9th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
The Whole of the Stock of Merchandise
belonging to said estate, consisting of
MEN'S and BOY'S CLOTHING,
lioots ifc Sh"es, Whjto & Flannel Shirts.
Collars, Underclothing, Stiaw
Hats & Caps,
ORE BS GOODS
Prints, White & Brown Cottons,
Itlbbons, Denims, Perfumery,
Tobacco & Cigais,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Show Cases,
Chandeliers, Lamps, Etc.. Etc.
Jt The whole to be sold without re
serve and In lots to suit.
Tj;it:iH cvs ii.
For San Francisco.
c j r l i ivi a. " 9
Will leave for .Sau Fraaeii-co on or about
MONDAY, JUNE Gth.
Bay For further paiticnlars regarding
Passage, auply to
H. H4CKFELD & CO.,
ALL persons having accounts
against the Legiblativc As
sembly of 181)2 are requested U
hand their bills in on Legislative
Blanks which can be had from
the Clerk. No other forms will
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Honolulu, Juno 4, 1892.
CO IN MICK.
Building ii Loan Association
KEGI'LAR Monthly Meeting will bo
held MONDW EVENING, June
lh. at 7 30 o'clock
Fifth Series Stock will be Usued iu
July aud those duhiug to subscilbu
should make iinuiedlate application.
'I'.iii'n w I iwiwn
J jyj at Seeietary.
POSTAL Money Older for 810,
payable to Henry Crane Pay
ment has been stopped. Finder will
please ruturu to thU olllce. 431) 3t
c. b7 rIpley,"
OtncKS Itoom 0, HpreckeU' Jllock.
New Designi Modern Buildings I
Coiiipleiu plans ami kiicclllcuHous for
evi'iy dccilpilon of building, Contract
diuwu mid uaiehil Miipurliitemlnucc of
coimtHictluu ulveii when icuulrud. Cull
aud examine olutu, mr 3'J ly
THE MUTUAL LIFE
uioeiAtti a. jnuuuituY.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its members stneo Us organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0UAHS.
Its Now Distribution Policy is the most llbeinl ever offered by any Insurance Company.
t&" For full particulars apply to
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
Pasture Lands in Kapahulu,
By order of Hon. S. B. Dole, I will
offer for sale at Public Auction, at
my Salesroom, Queon ptrcet,
On SATURDAY, June 18,
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON,
Tho Following DesMbih Piopertlos:
1 Lot 37 of the Kupahulu survey,
including nn aiea of 455 acres and
fenced on the easterly, winterly and
mauka sides with stono wall for the
most part. This land is bounded
mauka by the Waialao ro'id, easterly
by Waialao and wcsteily by Lot .lb.
2 Lnls 33, 33 and 31 of llio Kupa
hulu survey, including an aiea of
38'JJ acres. Fenced in by stone wall
and wire fence nii-l for a short dis
tance by a steep it of Diamond
Head. Bounded innuka by tho
Waialao Road, eastcily by Lot 37,
weaterlv bv the ili of I'ahoa and tua-
kai by Park lots, and has an outlet on
the Paik and a water sujjply for
stock. This land is cleared Oflantnua
for about J of itb area.
3 A portion of the Hi of I'ahoa
lying west of the last mentioned land
with the Waialae road tkutinc; its
mauka side. The new Kapuhulu
toad outs ncrn its wcsteily' end.
Area 73 acres. Fenced on its east
All of these Lands furnisli
considerable pasture during a large
pait of the year and contain a yearly
increasing growth of algeroba trees,
which furnish a large amount of feed
J AS. F.MORGAN.
42? 22t Auctioneer
Under and by vhtue of an order Is
Biied -out of tutfbupi erne Court, In Pio
bato. dated the 13th day of May, 'HUi,
nnou the netitlon of Alex. J. Cirtwi lalir.
Executor of the last ytill and testament.
of Eliza u Holtrrdcccaseil. praylujr for
an Oilier for leave to sell cei lain Real
Estate belonging to said decedent's es
tate, I am dbecti'd by the said A.J.
C'artwright, Executor as aforesaid, to
offer at Public Auction at my Salesroom,
in flono'tilii, on SA'l'JIlD Of, the tth
day of June, 1892, at 12 noon ot that
day. all and singular the following des
cribed ptcet'h or paicels of land:
1 All that Piece; or Paicel of Litnl
situate at Kipuukolo, in Honolulu, con
taining 3-10 ot an acre, mid declined in
Koyal Patent 1!W3, L. (J. A. 103'), leased
to J. F. Col burn for 81'.J0 rer annum.
2 All that PL-co or Put eel of Land
situate at Kalaw.ihiuc in said Honolulu,
and knojvu as the "Doiron Premises,"
aud thu s.imu as described in Royal Pa
tent 1107, L. U. A. 1037.
3 All that Piece or P.neel of Land
situate on Foil stieet, in said Honolulu,
and occupied by J. J. (!ardeu as a family
lesulence, lease cxphiug In May, 1S04,
yearly rental 8 ISO.
1 All that Piece or Parcel of Land
situate on Fort street, iu said Honolulu.
and occupied by A. V t'larU asafamily
residence, ye.uly iciilal S180.
f All those 1,'ertalu Pieces or Parcels
of Land situate at l'alama aloreNiid,
aud being Apanas I aud 2 of Royal Pa
tent 2f0 1, L. O. A 2015 aud Apaua 2 of
Royal Patent 2847, L. U. A. 8370, under
le.iBe to Ah In at a yearly rcnt'd of SM.
The above sale is made subject to con
tinuation by tlie Couit lsnulug the order
u Terms Cash In U. S. Gold Coin.
Ueiids at the expense of the pun baser.
For further particulars applv to A. J.
Oai twi lght.
JArf. F. MORGAN,
Is due at this poit on June VJtu and will
leave for the abovn ports on or
Ii3f For Ji eight or Passage, having
supei ior Cabin and Stcciagc accommo
dations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
Vi'i 1 in Agents.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
, i , Ou and after May 1st,
(feMr 1M2, thu New and Du
j'ixbo liable Modern Hceldencn
KSA-'of the timlcmigued. ou
'riuuiiton Avenue, containing l,;uge Par.
lor. uiiimg icomu, conservatory, two
HedioouiH, Dieifelugltooui with titatluu
aiy Wanhstaud and Cedar Waidiobe,
bathroom wl'li Patent Clot-ct and Hot
and Cold Water attachment. Pantries
China C'lotet and Kitchen with New
linage, Hot Water Holler and all allach
Large ami convenient Stable on tho
piuuiUcs containing two largo box-iialU,
cari luge, bin on and feed i minis, and
kltlVlilllk' 1)11111 tt'l h,
liioiiiuU tiixix-Joo, licauillully laid out
and terraced Tim view IH muiiipiiised
In IIo lolulii.
For further particulars hcu
V). (1, Ahllliin.
0, It, & U. Col's Depot,
HAVE OPENED T11EIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahumanu Street. Grouud Floor, -with a
Larp Assortment if New Hoods u "Benore."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
ftlew Russ & Carpets,
PACIFIC HARDWARE GO., LL
Port Street, Honolulu.
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old EsTAnusimi)
Ice GIbsIs & MiloMori
'Clii'na, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat'on Tools, Implsm uus & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Ydcuani Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils I
Always tho. samej madu by a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Id.,
Cummins Now Block, Fort& Merchant streets.
ss$U B tss B 2 esiisj pi i )
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
. ' -. Stockings ;
Guaranteed to be Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentaen, Misses & Children,
B The Adeline Black Ptockingp ar fclie BeHt Made -a
At Greatly Keduccd Prices.
Chenille Poitiores at $U a Pair. Uhtok Leaded Capes for Ladies, $5 Reduced
from $ir and $20.
GENTS' WfllTE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A now lino of Chnllies at -lOo. per yard. 42-inch All Wool Dress
Goods, in Plain, Striped and Checked, reduced front
!jl to GOo. per yard, a
8. F. EHLEBS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
t.- llresHiniiMng under the management of MISS OLAKK. "tea
This is only to remind you that TO-MORROW
will be a good time to visit our Store,
AVe are soiling Goods at and below ojqst
lor TWO WElilKS QXLY !
, OH AS. J. JMSM1L.
OF NEW YORK.
Agent for the Hawuiian Islands.
2 4 rt H
ow of Glassware,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
CUT SALADS,' ' ,:?
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
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