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Salo of Lease of tho Government
Lands lying bolweon Haneka-
piai and Kalalau, Kauai
On THURSDAY, July 7, 1802, at
12 o'clock noon, nt t lit front iMitmtiri'
of Aliioluni Hide will be -old lit Pub
lic Auction tho Lease ot till that
rugged Napuli Ufgion, Kauai, lying
between lluuuknpiai utul Ivnlulati,
containing here und there u few acres
tit for cultivation or pasturage.
Terms Lease for 25 yenis.
Upset price $20 per annum, paya
able !imi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Otllce, .luim 13, 1802'.
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f'trttcrd to nnthir S'Ct nor Parly,
Hut eslabliuird for the brrriif of all
MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1S92.
An Organization Knruit-il mi Muniluj
Nearly one thousand Portuguese
went out to Marquesville, Puuahou,
yesterday (Sunday) to celebrate the
fi-ast of Trinity. The licretania
street cars were crowded all the fore
nnon. Among those who attended
the feast, were Mons. Vizzavona,
acting French Counuisstoncr, and
nsveral prominent Portuguese.
Twelve cbildien of both sexes were
selected as disciples, and there being
an abundance ot food, it was lav
ishly given to the poor Portuguese
by the disciples. A season of joviality
followed the picuic, dancing being
on the piograin, and many stayed
till 10 o'clock in the evening.
The Bulu:iin reported some few
weeks ago about a man going about
the streets with a red flag, who was
taken for an anarchist. It transpires
that ha was soliciting subscriptions
for the feast, which was mainly for
the benefit of poor Portuguese.
An organization was formed yes
tciday, in which 130 members 60
women and 70 men were initiated.
The object of the organization is
to provide funds for a picnic to be
given every Trinity Sunday, solely
lor the poor. The organization ha3
also to provide sustenance for a cer
tain number for a week.
CORVETTE FASANA ARRIVES.
Hit Com maniler UIi-h tlu Ituy Srev
ioiiH to Her Ai-ilval.
The Austro-Hungarian corvette
Fasana, Frederick Schweisgul com
mander, left San Francisco ou April
2Nt for this port, aniving here June
lllli, Hying her Hag at half-mast.
Shortly after her arrival it was learned
that I ommander Schweisgut had suc
cumbed to an attack of apoplexy
the day previous at the dinner table,
while in the act of seating himself.
The deceased commander was buried
yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
with military honors, in the Nuuaiiu
cemetery, the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
The funeral was attended by an
ocoi t of Police, the Royal Hawaiian
nand, Household Guards, marines
and bluejackets from the U. S. F. S.
San Francisco, besides olllccrs and
men of the Fatana. Mr. II. F. Glade,
Austrian Consul, and other Consular
M'presenlativus also attended. At
the giave a salute was given to the
memory of the deceased ollicer.
A description of the Fasana is de
ferred this issue for want of space.
Lieutenant Joseph Nemling has as
sinned command of the corvette in
place of the lamented commander.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC.
The annual Sunday School picnic
of the -Central Union Church took
place on Saturday, June 11th, at
l'uiiuhou, a large number of chil
dren, parents and friends being
present. The children assembled
lirigln and early in anticipation of a
good day's outing as the event
proved. Games weiu indulged in by
many, not excluding children ot
malum years. There were baseball
and tennis' games, between boys uuTI
gills, while the wee tolH and big ones
amused themselves in other ways,
Lunch was berved about noon und
thiouguout the afternoon refresh
niwiiH were plentiful. Her Majesty
Hi j Queen was present part of the
time. In the afternoon, the following
events took place:
Hopping raco AV. It. Castle and
Mus Louise F. Dale. Won by Misa
Tug-of-war Bachelors vs, IJene
dickH. Won by the Ilenedicka, their
opponents not being in it.
IJicycle lace, one-eighth milo
Won by II. Giles, G. II. Paris,
second. Giles deserves praise for
his pluck, having in the forenoon won
a mile race ut the lark.
Lawn tennis Between A. F. Judd,
Jr., and O. M. Cooke, Jr. Won by
the JuilU boy. Between C. M.
Cocke and Hon, A. F. Judd. Won
by .Mr, Cooke.
K.i.n loiib come and ohoiolaio will
Ijii irvgil every miuning eitily t the
tJIuIul'O Ice Qrouni Puilorn, LuUwigbun,
.J'MtlsjJa.slibtbliuoet,, I'M '
Monday, June lil, 1892.
House convened at 10 o'clock, n
bare quorum being present when the
gavel of President Walker called to
order. After prayer by the chaplain
minutes were read by Secretary Mc
Carthy and Interpreter Testa and
Rep. Kaucalii presented a petition
from North AVailuku praying, (1)
that the "Act to Mitigate" bo re
pealed; (2) that a license for the
sale of opium be granted; (3) that
all liquor licenses outside of the city
of Honolulu be recalled; (4) that a
new Reciprocity Treaty be engaged
in and that a National Bank be es
tablished. To Miscellaneous Peti
tions. AUo, by the same member the fol
lowing: (1) that both jury terms of
the Cir6uit Court be held at'WaiVuk'u,
Maui; (2) that a majority of the
commissions of agents to take ac
knowledgments be cancelled ; (3) that
lepers at the leper settlement, known
to be cured, be allowed to lelurn to
their homes. Refeired to Miscella
Also, (1) that konhiki patches of
lands situated within kuleanas be
sold to the owners of the kuleanas;
(2) that konohiki fisheries be made
free to the people; (3) that a post
olllce be established at AVaihee, Maui.
To Committee on Public Lands.
By Rep. Akina, a petition from
Waimea, Kauai, containing 135 sig
natures, ptaying that the salaries of
the Cabinet be reduced to 8000.
For consideration with the Appropri
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported bill No. 49 print
ed and ready for distribution.
Noble Neumann, chniiman of the
Judicial' Committee, gave notice to
members having bills with that com
mittee to meet with them this after
noon after adjournment.
Noble Cornwell, from the Military
Committee, reported favorably on
bill No. 1G, "An Act to appiopriate
money for the purpose of paying the
expenses of bauds, flags and sa
lutes," and amounting to $10,000 to
include August, and recommended
that the bill pass to engrossment.
Report approved, bill ordered to en
grossment and for third reading on
Thursday, lGth inst.
Rep. AVaipuilani gave notice of a
meeting of the special committee on
Permanent Settlements at 1 o'clock
Noble Macfarlane, under suspen
sion of the rules, read a petition
from Bishop Willis and clergy of the
Anglican Church relative to the treat
ment of leprosy and leper subjects
and which presented that, notwith
standing all that had been done,
"this nation will have failed to fulfil
its duty towards those who for the
sake of the public health are forcibly
removed from their homes, unless
"1 Every facility and encourage
ment are given for the employment
of remedial methods elsewhere found
"2 Young persons segregated as
lepers are considered as wards of the
Government for whose protection
from the vice and immorality so
notoriously rampant at the Leper
Settlement the authorities are re
sponsible. "3 Steps are taken whereby suf
ferers from leprosy in a mild form
or in its earliest manifestations may
be preserved from contact with per
sons in the worst and most distress
ing stages of the disease."
Referred to the Sanitary Commit
tee. Rep. Kamauoha presented the fol
lowing questions to the Attorney
General: (1) Has Mr. Dayton, the
President of the Board of Health,
reported the, number of washhouses
established in the city? (2) Are any
such washhouses established by law?
(3) Are they legally established by
order of the Board of Health or by
Rep. Kamauoha gave notice of
bills (1) to repeal Chap. 35, Session
Laws of 1887, relating to the prac
tice of medicine ; (2) to repeal Chap.
20, Session Laws of 187G, relative
to the medical treatment of lepers ;
(3) to le-eniict Chap. 29, Laws of
188G, relative to a Hawaiian Board
Rep. A. S. Wilcox offered a reso
lution that $G00 be appropriated to
rcpuit the courthouse at Waioli, Kau
ai. To Public Lands.
Rep, Aid reud for first time bill to
amend Sec. 17, Chap. 44, Laws of
1890, relative to the bale of spiritu
ous liquors. Also first time, a bill
authorizing the Ministers of the In
terior to grant a license to a house
for gambling games of all kinds.
Noble Pua read for first lime bill
to abolish the ofllco of assessor-in-chief.
Rep. Akina gave notice of a bill to
amend Section 1493 of the Civil
Rep. Akina also gave notice of bill
to prohibit children under "20 years
of age" from being out after 8 p. tu.
(Laughter.) The same member in
troduced resolution that $500 be
appropriated for roads ou the Island
of Niihau. To Public Lauds.
Rep. Nahiuu offered the following
resolutions (1) that 82500 be appro
priated for lauding at Pukoo, Molo
kai, (2) that 2500 be appropriated
for repairing the lauding at ICauna-
kakal, (3) that 81000 be appropriated
for repairing biidge at Pclckumi,
Molokai. Refeired to Public Lauds.
Rep. IoBepa offered a resolution
that 82000 be appropriated for a road
from Mukeuu inuuku of Ulupulakua.
jMut.' To Public Lundd.
Rep. Nahinu offered resolutions
(1) that 83000 be appropriated for
repairing rbad from AVaikolu to Ha
lawa, (2) and 81500 for repairs to
road from Pclckunu to Kona, (3)
aUo $1000 for repaits to road from
Wnilau to Kona, (4) S1500 for the
establishment of an English school at
AVailua, Molokai, (5) that $1500 bo
set aside for establishment of an
English school at Karaalo, Molokai.
The last two items were referred to
the Committee on Education, the
proccding ones to Public Lands.
At 10:50, on motion of Rep. Ka
mauoha, tho Order of the Day was
taken up, bringing forward for con
sideration the third reading of Bill
No. 12, "To provido for a police jus
tice for tho district of AVaimca, island
Rp. Kamauoha moved rc-refcrenco
of the bill to the Committee on En
rollment and Revision for the assim
ilation of the enacting clause.
Considerable discussion ensued on
this motion, as it brought up the sub
ject of having the word "King" or
"Queen" as the special word in the
enacting clause. The time and at
tention of the members were oc
cupied by, the controversy, the
strongest argument against change
being made by Rep. Aihford who
drew ottention to the mandatory
clause in the Constitution of 1887,
Article 7G, which reads, "The enact
ing style in making and passing all
Acts and Laws shall be 'Be it enacted
by the King, and the Legislature of
the Hawaiian Kingdom.' He moved
reference to the Judiciary Committee.
At 12:15 the motion was put and
the bill and question were referred to
the consideration of the Judiciary
Committee. At 12:20 on motion,
the Assembly took recess until 2 p. m.
MORE SALES OF REAL ESTATE.
Saturday, June 18, will be a not
able day for bargains in real estate,
as the following lands must be sold
at the salesroom of Jas. F. Morgan:
Three residences belonging to the
estate of the late Eliza Holt: 1st,
the residence on Fort street at pres
ent occupied by J. Carden; 2d, the
large and convenient residence form
erly occupied by T. R. Lucas ; and,
3d, the residence formerly occupied
by Rev. W. tl. Barnes.
Also, a large residence on the west
side of Emma street. There is a
fine large dwelling house on the lot.
Also, a number of lots and buildings
in rear of above.
Also, by order of Hon. S. B. Dole,
lot No. 7 of those valuable Aqua
Marine lotstf in front of Diamond
Head, facing on the beach and hav
ing unrivaled fishing facilities. The
only nqua marine lot left.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
S3'stem and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Auction Ssles by James F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of Stocks
On THUKSDA.Y, June IGUi,
AT 1 O'CI.OOlt XOOX.
At my Salesioom, Queen street, I will
sell ut Public Auction,
10 Shares Inter-Island Steam
Nav. Co.'s Stock.
50 Shares Hawaiian Tea &
And to close the Estate of J. F. B. Mar
10 ShareB of C.
Brewer & Co.,
JAS. F. MOKGIN,
The undersigned, Alakonia Naono,
Administrator of the Estate of Ka
pika Nuonu, deceased, by virtue of an
order of Bute made by the Hon. S. U.
Dolo, one of the JiibticeH of the Sup
reme Court, dated May 27, 1892, will
bull at Public Auction, for the pur
pose ol paying the dents ot sum de
ceased On SATURDAY, June 18th,
AT l O'iJI.UCR NOOJV,
At the Salesroom of Jas. F. Morgan,
in Honolulu, all of tho following
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE !
Situated on the west ido Emma
Htreet in Honolulu, nearly opposite
Emma Square, lately occupied by
Tho Properly extends from Emma
street to the lane adjoining the Chi
neso Young Men'n Christian Associa
tion and will be sold in small lots.
Lots 1 and 2, 1G feet on Emma
street by 100 feet deep, are leased to
Pung You Kee, 17 years remaining,
at $180 per annum,
In tho reur small lots will be sold
in sizes to suit purchaBciu.
hot 12, 00 feet ou Emma htreet by
150 feet deep, comprises the New and
Desiiablu lloiibu lately erected by
Hiiid Naono, This is an unrivalled
opportunity to obtain centrally situ
ated and easily loutttl prupcitics,
fjF A Map may be seen at Jas.
F, Mtirgau'ri auction looinu and fin
ther paiticuluis theie obtained.
A LA K EM A NAONK,
Adiuiuihtrutor Estate of Kapiku
Nuouo. " t44jj 71
Monday, July 4, 1892.
Races to Commence at 10 o'c'ock.
Running Race, -mUe dash. Free
for all Hawaiian bred horses.
RACE MAKAAVAO PURSE.
Running Race, J-niilo dash. Fieo
RACE LAHAINA PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing, 1-mile
beats; UC5.1 2 in 3, to harness.
For all horM'B without a record of
3:20 or belter.
4th RACE AVAILUKU PURSE.
Running Raco, -mile and repeat.
Free to all Hawaiian bred horbes.
5th RACE KAHULUI PURSE.
Running Race. 1-mile dash. Free
6th RACE HANA PURSE. $125.
Trotting and Pacing, 1-mile
heats; best 2 in 3, to harness.
Free to all horses with no'better
record than 3 :00.
7th RACE KULA PURSE. $50.
Running Race, -milc dash. For
Ponies 14 bands and under, to
carry 100 lbs. and upwards.
8th RACE MANA CUP. Value
$150 or its equivalent in coin.
Running Race, 1-mile dash. Free
to all Hawaiian bred horses.
9th RACE -$150.
Trotting and P.icinR Race,
mile heats, best 3 in 5. All
ses with a record of 2 30 or better
to go to road eait and carry 185
10th RACE CORINTHIAN. Gold
Medal, value S50. Entrance
Running Race, 1-in dash. Wel
ter weights. Free to all members
of the Association.
11th RACE-QUEEN LILIUOKA
LANI CUP. Purse $150.
Running Race, 1-mile dash. Free
12th RACE POLO CUP. Purse
$10. Entrance fee $7.50.
Running Race, ;mile dash. Own
ers to .ride, welter weights. For
members of any Polo Club in tho
13th RACE MULE. Purse $50.
Running Race, J-miledash. Catch
weights. Free to all.
14th Race SWEEPSTAKES. $50
each; $10 forfeit.
Running Raco, jj-miledash; hou
dicup. $50 each, .$10 forfeit, As
sociation addn $50, Free to all.
Jl entries close at 12 o'clock noon
on THURSDAY", Juno 23, 1802, it
the office of tho Hecretiiry, and all
entrance fees uro 10 percent unless
All Races to bo run or trotted un
der the rules of the Absociution, and
all horbOB are expected to start, unless
drawn by 12 o'clock noon, Saturday,
July 2, 18!)2.
L. M. VETLESS-N,
rpiMBER enough to make 6000 cords
L of Firewood or Clmicoal at SO
cents a cord. Apply at
443 tf Hawaii.
A MEETING of Stockholder of the
Juno 10, IB',12, at 10:30
o'clock A, M.,
ut the otllce of Oustlo &
J. U. ATHEltTON,
rpiIE annual meotlng of the Drltish
JL lieuuvuleut .Society will be held at
ihu Y. M. t", A. Itooin on MOND vY
ICVKNlNG, June 2U, 18-J2, at 8 o'clock.
A full atU'iidiiucc of the subscriber to
this chin liable ttoeloty is requested.
K1CV, A. MACKINTOSH,
416 7t tYluojl'NisUleiit.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LIARS.
Its Now Distribution Policy is thd most liberal over offered by any Insurance Company.
I" For full particulars apply to
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Pasture Lands in Kapuliiilii,
By order of Hon. S. B. Dole, I will
od'er for sale at Public Auction, at
my Salesroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, Juno 18,
AT 12 O'OIiOOK NOOXf,
The Following Debirabli Properties:
1 Lot 37 of the Kap ihulu survey,
including an i'rea of 455 acres and
fenced on the easterly, westerly and
mauka sides with stone wall for tho
moat part. This land is bounded
mauka by the Wuialae road, easterly
by Waialae and westerly by Lot 38.
2 Lots 38, 33 and 34 of the Kapa
hulu survey, including an area Of
38'JJ acres. Fenced in by stone wall
and wire fence and Jor a short dis
tance by a sti'i'p pait of Diamond
Head. Bouinh-d mauka by the
Waialae Road, easterly by Lot 37,
westerly by the i'l of 1'alioa and ma
kni by Park lots, and has an outlet ou
the Paik and a water supply for
stock. This laud is cleared of lantaua
for about J of its luea.
3 A portion of the Hi of Pahoa
lying wet't of Iho last mentioned land
with the Waialae road h kilting its
mauka side. The new Kapahulu
road cuts across its westerly end.
Area 73 ucies. Fenced on its east
All of these Lands furnish
considerable pasture during a huge
patt of tho year anu contain a yearly
increasing growth of algeroba trees,
which frirnisli a large amount of feed
JAS. F. MORGAN,
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
Under and by vhtue of an order is
sued out of the Supreme CouiT, iu Pro
bate, dated tho l'.ltb day of May, lR'J'i,
upoii tho petition of Alex. J. Cartwi Iglit,
Executor of the last will and testament
of Kliza J. Holt, deceased, praying for
an order for leave to sell certain Real
Estate belonging to said dpcedout's es
tate, I am directed by the said A. J.
Caitwiighr, Executor as afoicsald, to
offiu' at Public Auction at my Salesroom,
in Honolulu, ou SATURDAY, the Hth
day of June, 18U2, at 12 uoou ot that
day. all and singular tho following des
cribed pieces or p.ucels of land:
1 All that Piece or Paiccl of L-uul
situate at Kiipuukolo, in Honolulu, con
taining 3-10 of an acre, and described iu
Royal Patent 1Q8C, L. U. A. 10:19, leased
to J. K. Colburn for 8120 or annum.
2 -All that Piece or Paicel of Land
situate at KaUwalilnc. hi said Honolulu,
and known as the "Doiron Premises,"
ami the same as described iu Royal Pa
tent, 1107, L. U. A. 1037.
3 All that Piece or Paiccl of Land
situate on Foit stieet, in said Honolulu,
and occupied by J. J. Tardea as a family
lestdcuce, lease expiiiug hi May, ISO I.
yearly rental 810.
4 All that Piece or Parcel of Land
situate on Foitsticer, iu said Honolulu,
and occupied by A. W t'larK as a family
lesideuee, yeaily lental $180.
5 All those t'ei tain Pieces or Parcels
of Laud situate at Palauia afore.-aid,
and liehiL,' Apauas 1 and 2 of Royal Pa
tent 2M11, L. L'. A 20!)5 and Apana'iof
JJoyal lMtcnt 2817, 1-. U. A. M7U, under
least-to ii In at a yearly rental of S0.
Tlio above sale Is made subject to oon
lii matioii by the Uoiut. issuing the order
war- Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Deeds ut the expense of the purchaser.
For fut ther particulars apply to A. J.
JAS. F. S1URGAN,
Mortgagee's Notice uf Intention
to Foreclose ;md bf Sale.
IN accordance with the provisions con
tained In that certain Iiuleutuie of
uioit.ige dated tlM 8th day of May, A".
1). 18U0, lniulu by O. W. Unit of Hono
lulu, Island of Oaliu, to Mrs. Adella
Coinwell of the feaine place and of te
cord in tho Olllco or Iteglslrar of Con
veyuuecs Iu Llhcr 1211. on pages 40 mid
11; noMcc is boieby given that thn uu
doislgiicd Intends to force, om3 said mort
gage for condition broken, to-wlti non
payment of the principal aud Inteicr
the B.ime being due, and
Notice is hiiieby given that after the
cxpliutiiMi of tin eo weeks fiom the date
o' this notice, the Property In said mnit
gago deed deseilhed will be sold at Pub
liu Ancllon, iu the ellv of Honolulu, Isl
and of Oaliu, on TUESDAY, the 14th
day of June, 1802, ut 12 noon of (hut
thu auction looms of Jas. F.
.Mo i gun
For further paitieulurs npply to
MHS, AUI'.MA. lUltN WKLiIj,
Or to A. J. I'aitwright, Ageuf, or to
Cecil brown, Attornov-at-Luw.
Dated Honolulu, May 17, 1802.
.Property In mid inurtgago mentioned
iHt All that l'j uppity situate-on the
N. E. corner of Hon'tunta und Punch
howl bticcts, and being apaua 2 uf Itoyal
Patent No 2i'J(i, Thu above preuilbus
have Two Cottages upon them, und
bring iu a yearly Hiatal together of -$5 10.
2d All that euitalu other Piopuily
sltiiute ou the ti. K, comer of lleietaulu
and Piiuchuowl stieets, ami being thu
piemlsus upon which the Aunnry aud
two other Cottages ptuud and contain
ing an uica ot (iS-lOU of an acie, this
pioperty brliigg Iu it yearly rental of
about 81100. 441 Ct
Wuen you want u Portrait
Enl ugtHl cull ou itiutr BroH.,
got their niico llht and Hfi
(uiajilcH. Tlioy cuu't bOjbcat.
HAVE OPENED THE IE
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom f?4
On Kaahumanu Stroot, Ground Floor, with a .
Large Assortment of M Goods ox " Benmore." -
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
lew Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
. IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
r - WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ornamental I Economical &, Durable!
Ennv's Old Established
In Chub & BifflpntoB,
China, Crockery & Glasswire,
Pldotat on Tools, Implem iais& Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Vacanm Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils!
Always the siiuio; made by a special
process and always leluible.
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE
JUriT RECEIVED BY
H0LL1STER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
t fort StrtH't, : : : : t Honolulu. II. f.
1 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a
GimrnnUiud to bo Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children,
86? Tho Atfoliuo filaolc Stocking arc tlio Best Mtulti -i
DUVAL PJtKMHKS, 81
itert'tunli btieet, opno
bltu Poit-Btieel Cliuieh. Ap-
M. I. I. II. I. IK1.
At Tlieo. H.Davloa&Uo.
OF NEW YORK.
New Invoice of trie
fPH'O Nleely Fiiriiluhoil
itoonu cmilnillv Incited.
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