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Will be received nt the Interior Olfico
until MONDAY, June 27, 18)2, nl 12
e'elook noon, for furnishing to tlio In
snno Asylum, tlio supplies in med in
tlio following Schedules tor the term of
6 months fioin July 1st, ISD2:
AVKUAOK MONTH LY
ttUMS. liKqUtltKMKS'T, SAY.
llcef, frosh J (WO lbs
lkef, iiritnu 00 lbs
Brood, fresh. . . 020 loaves
Urea il, 'saloon HGO Ibe
Brooms, steamboat $ doz
Baking Powdor, ltoyul, 0-oz.
tins 2 doz
Beans, pink 80 lb:-
Coilec, greon, IConn ....... 100 lb
Codii-h, whole 200 lbs
Plotir, Golden Gate Il-qr. sW
Matches, long cards gros
Macearoni lf b-
Vcrniicolli .-. IT) h
Pearl llailoy 2f lb
Oat Meal f.O lbc
Oil, ICorosono (host). ........ 0 cases
Onions -I orates
Potatoes 0 "
Cork, corned A bbl
liice, No. 1 700 lbs.
Sugar, No. 1 S00 lbs
.Salt, coarse 100 lbs
Salmon I! bbls
Tobacco, iilujj, nt per lb 2 b
Tea, China, Powcliing, nt per
pound 2 bxs
Tomatoes, canned 0 doz
Bran, at per Cm of 2000 lbs . .5 lugs
Middling.- at pur ton 2000 lbs fi bags
Kolled Bailey at per ton of
2000 lbs." 5 bags
Bids must be made for the items of
each Schedule separately.
All supplier must bo delivered at
thi! Asylum in such quantities as
lioin time to time required and sub
ject to the inspection and appiov.il of
tlie Medical Siiiriiitondunt or his
All tenders must be endorsed, "Ten
dei for Supplies, ln.sme Asvluni.
The Minister of the Interior does
not bind himself to accept the lowest
oi any hid.
C. N. ril'ENCEH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Qilice, June 17, 1S92.
NOTICE TO MARINERS,
During the ptocess of deepening the
clinniiol at the entiauce to Honolulu
hiubnr the Diedger will be in opera
tion night and day. At night there
will lie a danger signal placed on the
foiward doriick of Dredger about lit)
feet ahoo sea level, which can be seen
by all vessels approaching the harbor.
The signal consists Bed Ked
of tin (i j i'd lights
and a unite light
as in the diagram,
the n-d lights being
ahoul '.i feet apart
with tliu white light
mi the confer. Bed
All steamers ciossing tho liar will
stop at a safe distance from the Died
ger and give ono blast of their whistle
which will bo unswcicd by a single
blast from the Dredger, to bo fol
lowed by tin co blasts from tho Dredg
er when tlio passage is clear and they
Tho Tug will bo on hand when not
otherwise engaged to assist sailing craf I
in passing tho Diedger when neces
sary. (J. N. SPENOEK,
Minister of tho Inleiior.
intciior Ollice, March 0, 1802.
Honomim', June 21, 1802.
in accoidauce with Sec. 1 of Chap
ter XX Y4i. of tho Laws of ISSO.
All persons holding water piivilegos
or those paying water rates, are hoio
by nutilled that the water rates for
the tciiu eliding December .'il, 181)2,
will be duo and payable at tlio ollice
of tho Honolulu Watoi Works, on tlio
llreulnyof July, 1S!)2,
All such rates loiimiiiiiig unpaid
for flfleon days after tlioy uro title,
will be subject to an additional 10 per
Bales mo payable at tho ollice of
tlio water works in tlio ICnpuuiwu
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Siijil. Honolulu Walor Works,
In accordance with Section i,Gliip
XXXV , of llio Softkion Laws of 1888,
I liiive thii day nut apart an unuloiiiio
for llie iiiipoiuiding of olr.y in i'u
iialuu. Kutl, Hawaii, cm a piece of
lain! tllialu uii the wovt'kidu of the
"hi lloturnniuni kmu! at Piiimluipkui.
Q. N. gl'lte'UKIl,
MiuUter of Ilia lutwiur.
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Depahtmest of the IXTntnon,)
llON'OLUMJ, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Kxow ALL MfcN by these presents,
Hint in accordance with the provisions
of Section 2, Chaptci 3 of tho Session
Laws of 1SSS, William Do Witt Alex
ander lias filed in the office of the
Minister of tlio Interior, an applica
tion for a Ceitiflcnte of Copyright for
a book entitled "A Brief History of
tlio Hawaiian People," which said ap
plication is accompanied by the unlli
of the said applicant that ho is the
original and llrst author of said book.
Now TiM'.iii'.Koitfi, this Certificate is
to grant unto the said William De
Witt Alexander, his heirs or assigns
for the term of twenty years from the
2!hd day of June, one thousand eight
bundled and ninety-two tlio exclu
sive righl lo print, re-print, publish,
ue and cnd the said book, through
out thc Hawaiian Kingdom.
In witness wheieof, I have caused
this Certificate to be issued at Hono
lulu, this 23id day of June, A. D.
1S02, mid the Seal of the Department
of the Intemr lo bo hereto atlixod.
(Signed) C. N. SPENCER,
Sk.vi. Minister of tlio Interior.
Honolulu, June 23, 1802.
1 hereby certify, th it I have this
day asigned to the itoaul of Educa
tion of the Hawaiian Kingdom, all
my right, title and interest, as the
original and first author, of tho book
entitled "A Brief History of the Ha
waiian People," named in the fore
going Ceitilieate of Registration of
WILLIAM DE WITT ALEXANDER.
I 50 31-2G 3t
Sale of a Strip of Government
Land at Kalapana,
On SATURDAY, July 3, 1802, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at Pub
lic. Auction, a Strip of the Government
Land at Kalapana, Puna, Hawaii, con
taining tin area of 10 acres, a little
moie or less.
Ui set Pi ice, $2.00 per acie.
C N. SPENCElf,
Minister of the Intciior.
Intei ior Ollice, June 2-1, 1802.
Sale oi a, Part of the Govern
ment Laud of Kolo, S.
On SATURDAY, July 23, 1802, at
12 o'clock noon, at the fiont entrance
of Aliiolani Hale, will lie sold at Pub
lic Auction 200 acres of the Govern
ment land in Kolo, South Komi, Ha
waii. Upset Pi ice, .$500 00.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, June 21, 1892.
Notice to Corporations.
In conformity with Section 1 -i -1 1 of
the Civ il Code, all corporations art
hereoy requested to in, ike full and ac
cuiate exhibition of their ailairs to
the Interior Department, on or befoie
I be 31 -t day of July, proximo, the
same being for the year ending July
Blanks for this purpose will bo f hi -nibbed
upon application ut the Intciior
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu. H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water niles, are hereby noti
fied i hat the hours for using water for
irrigation purposes are from 0 to 8
o'clock A. m., mid ! to IJ o'clock v. m.
until further notice.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
0. N. Sl'KNOKIt,
Minister of tho Interior.
In uccoi dance with Section 1, Chap
ter XXXV of tlio Session Laws of
lb88, 1 liavo this day changed tho lo
cation ol tlio Government Pound of
tlio Dhuiict of Kawaihau, Kauai, fiom
Kaltialihilihi lo Kapuua-kai, Ke dm,
on the land owned by J.ts. W. Bush,
the Potindimisterof said distiict.
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Intciior.
Inteiioi Ollice, Juno 22, 1802.
hMl.V. II. DICKEY was uoniniis
tinned on the 21m intiant ai Afeueor
and Cullwotor of Taxo for the Second
Taxation DivUiuu of (ho Klnyilum.
II. A. WJDHAJANN,
.Miiiktur of Finance.
Wmw JMkubuu Jiuib 2fi 'UK.
Vll. 10S1A KAHALUALAN1 has
Ibis day been appointed an Agent to
Grant Mairiago Licenses for tho Dis
tiiolof Wiiiunuo, Island of O.ihu.
C. N. SPENCER.
Minister of the Intciior.
Interior Offlcc, June 21, 1892.
1' 11 JW
IHtttcrd to nritlur Srrt nor Party ,
Ii H nafiitfird for hr hnirtit of nil,
SATURDAY, JUNE 2f, 1802.
An able pamphlet, "Concerning
Rice," has been received from an
anonymous author. It makes a
powerful argument npainst abolition
or reduction of the duty on rice.
The work is in both languages and,
as it will probably bo in the hands of
every member of the Legislature,
leaves no need for tho newspapers to
make any further light against the
proposals for either of the ends in
Mr. Marsden wants the Legislature
lo make some provision for a carrier
pigeon service between the outside
islands and Honolulu. It is a wonder
this has never been done when times
were good and there was no imme
diate necessity of looking at both
sides of every dollar of public
money. The pigeon post would he
of great advantage in carrying im
portant news or despatches. It
would to some extent supply the lack
of telegraphic communication.
When the United States shall have
taken action to secure the completion
and the control of tho Nicaragua
Canal, there may be some sense in
supposing that she will consider seri
ously the question of buying or leas
ing Pearl Harbor. The canal is of
infinitely more importance to thc
United States than a naval station in
Hawaii. Yet we see the canal bonds
being hawked all over the United
States and met with aversion, be
cause there is a lack of confidence
that Congress will give the woik a
The baikentine S. G. Wilder of
Williams, Dimoiid & Co.'s line ar
lived from the Hawaiian Islands
June 1st, with three cabin and 20
steerage passengers, thc latter being
Japanese. The Japs had enough
money with them to evade the pauper
law and will undoubtedly go to swell
the throng of cheap laburers who are
crowding into the fruit belts of the
State. The labor market on the isl
ands is reported as fearfully over
stocked and the Chinese are getting
a monopoly of all work on the planta
tions. S. F. Call.
"Overcrowded" is good as used
above, read in connection with the
fact of the arrival this week at Ho
nolulu of over a thousand Japanese
to supply the Hawaiian plantations.
It. W. Wilmx nml Five Oilier N1
ut Mix; i tj
The six prisoners committed to
the Supreme Court for treason were
icleascd this uioiuiug. Their names
are K. W. Wilcox, Lot Lane, It. Pa
iau, John Brown, Ivaohiwacna and
Keliikuewa. It W. Wilcox and two
others were held at the Police Sta
tion, and Lot Lane and two others at
Oahu Prison. The prisouers were
released by order of Chief Justice
J inlil on the information from Attorney-General
Whiting that he declined
lo prosecute thc charge of treason
against them. The release is not
equal to a discharge, as the men may
be arrested again on the same charge
if it be deemed necessary. The dis
charge of it dozen other defendants
for treason, by Judge Dole at the
preliminary healing, the exiling of
V. V. Ashford, and the opening of
the question in the Legislature, as to
the privilege of Wilcox as a member
of that body, are events preceding
the release with whio'i our readers
are familiar. The last six prisoners
to regain liberty have been confined
for thirty-six days.
S. S. YAMASHIRO MARU.
Captain Uiown of the S. S. Yama
shiro Main was released from quaran
tine on that vossel to-day and went
up town to sec his many friends.
The steamer left for Yokohama this
afternoon. Permission wii9 grunted
from the Foreign Ollice to 277 men,
07 women and 21 children, and 27
men and ono woman took out pass
ports fiom the Custom House, The
total number of passengers was 309.
The Yaumshiro sailed in' ballast. The
major portion of the Japanese were
transferred to the steamer in II.
llackfeld Co.'s scows, ami it was
laughable to see the leave-taking be
tween friends at the O. S. S. dock.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Kami
under the leadership of Professor II.
Ilergor will give a concert at Hawaiian
Hotel thU afternoon nt -1 :30 o'clock.
Tho following Is the program:
Oviu lino '.Maaaiilullo'' Aubitr
piiialo "Blvoimn" Puliyllii
MHoinku "ipit.lii" Coiiugglii
JwlwuUon "Trnvkim" Yniill
Wulu "Tlio i lukitt". ., Amlrad
PolUGlujimU" ,,.,....,,..... I'ain
Following Is the program of a con
ceit given by the llilo Hoarding
School on the lSth insl. r
Selection "Bel Air".. .II.-H. S. Hand
Chorus "Merrily goes ourBaik,"
Solo 'Tho White Squall,"
Exercise Dumb-Bolls School
Solo and Quartette "The Song of
the Old. Bell," .. D. Pio Kealii
Overture "Blanco,".. .11. U. S. Band
Vocal Solo "Econnomi o llilo
Gov. J.T. Uakcr
Recitation "Whi?pi'iin' Bill
Solo "I would I weio a Bov Again,"
Diill Company C School
Trio Violin, Cornet, and Piano .
Dr. Williams, Mr Lord, Mrs. Loid
Chorus "liow, Boatman, Row,"
Andante and Waltz "Helena," ..
II. B. S. Band
Rec. and Chorus "Wo tuo till Nod
ding," lolin Waiohinu
Gymnastics Fre Hand School
Overture "Little Dandy,"
II. B S. Band
Solo "Polly and I,". . . .Dr. Wiggins
Solo and Ohori16 "Those Evening
Bells," Enoch Brown
Ohligato Solo-"Murguerito's Bouquets
Mrs. II. C. Austin
Duet "Mother's Songs,"
Willie Nailima, David Makuakano
and Willie Kalawe.
A SPLENDID JEWEL.
The gold medal for thc Corinthian
Race at Kalitilui on the -1111 of July
is a splendid jewel. It is on view at
tlio store of Mr. J. llubash, jeweler,
who made it. At the lop there is a
clasp on which a wreath of laurel in
green gold embraces the date. "July
lth, 1802." The medal proper is
suspended fiom the olasp by three
chains; on thc upper maigin of its
rim are the initials "M. It. A."
(Maui Racing Association), and on
the lower the name ol the race, both
inscribed in black enamel. The
annular shape of the medal is reliev
ed by the points of stars all round,
and thc lop of the clasp is adorned
with sunrise rays. In the center of
the medal appears a horse shoe, with
turquoise stones for nails, and thc
shoe encloses a horse's head in relief.
With this specimen of local art in
jewelry in view, people of discretion
and patriotism should hesitate before
sending orders for jewelry abroad.
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of E. V. Wood, at
McKecs Rocks,"1 Pa. , says while lie
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empt- bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Ilalui and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of Unit medicine ; she says it is
the best medici: jfor rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
Auction Sales hy James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
VALUABLE URAL ESTATE
I will sell at Public Auction at my Sales-
On MONDAY, Juno 27th,
AT 1-Z U'Cl.UCK OI.V.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
Situated at Niupaipal. Honolulu, at rear
of lol.ini College.
Continuing v7-1 00 Acie. There in a
Dwelling Iloiie on llie picui-c.
2 TARO PATCHES
Near above Lot containing 18-100
Tl'IC'IK : VNII.
tSt Deeds at purcliaseis' expense
For further particulars, apply to
JAS. P. 310KGAN,
52 fit Auctioneer.
FOURTH OF JULY
'TMIOSK Wishing- to subscribe for the
J. celebration of the coining Koiuth
will tlnd Siibseilptiuii Lists at the fol
Hebron, Newman fc Co ,
UoIlUtcr iV Co..
Benson, Smith it Co.,
Hawaiian lliirdwaiu Co.
EI N A N C E CO M M l'lTE 10
Jfifc&t For tho lth of .Inly.
Japanese Pug Dogs
aQy Apply nt once to
ior. iw W.S.LUCE.
ASUBKlt, luihctiloiib Man to drive
milk wagon. Wage SMI ami
found. Apply lo J. UICAUE,
tfii 21 Honolulu Dairy.
AF1NB PIANO. Eiueuoii make, by
Mis ion lieikhti'li, at the Fori
Klieet Home. Piicn ifl.SO. ll tf
iHi-HHi'H. Kliitf Hi-oh. im
HlioniiiK ii linn lino ol' Ituni
Imo anil otlim Klylo INirlor
HiihhIh, Hull ISi-msUoU uixl
Window LiM'iiimiH n(. prh-tiH
to JlltU-t UlO lilllOH.
-Tii v - inr mm' i ii inTri"
UtT.SAICtl b. tfcVllttOV.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy f
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0U ARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Compam.
fi&- For full particulars apply to
'91 General Ajjent for the Hawaiian Mauds.
Audi n s u ly JjmisF. fihrg n.
LbbH's Notice of Sal
Having heielofoie, to wit, on the
25th ' of May, 181)2, distrained for
arrears of rent of the rhinese Theater
pictures, King slieel. the following
Hoods and Chattels, to wil :
8 Cheats containing Chiuct-c Cloth
ing, Oarinonts and Parapliern ilia,
Masks, Fans and Sundries used in
Chinee plays, 1 Chine.-e Joss, Lamp-',
Lnige Clock, Small Clock, Lantonw,
Chairs, Tallies', Flags, Kims Orna
ments, Chinese Musical lustiument.s
Chinese Weapons Solas, Step Lad
dus, etc., etc., all u-ed in said Chi
nese Theater, the same being llie pro
perty of Chook Pan On it Co.
Notice is hereby given that in case
of non-payment of Mich artears of
lent and eoMs within 15 days fiom
this date the said Goods and Cnattels
will be sold at Public Auction, to wit,
on MONDAY, tho 27lh day of June
insl,, at 12 o'clock loon of Miid day,
at the Chinese Theater premise on
King street, Honolulu, near the Oahu
Hallway A- Laud Co.'s ollice
YIM QUM and
Dated llonolu u, June It), 181)2.
1 1 1 lot
AUCTION SALE OF
Household Furnitura !
On TUESDAY, .1iiih 2Slh,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At llie llc-Mcnce ciT MB. J. OCDBK
K1KIC, 1 will sell at Public Auction
The Entire Household Furniture
Comprising iii paif.
1 Fine B. W. Parlor M
B. V. Mmbletop Center Tables,
I.nge Center Hugs Chandeliers,
Lace Cm tains, l'insli Luiiibieipiins.
IJ. W. Secrcuiy, Picture-,
2 Elegint B Yf. Bedroom Sets,
Sjiring Mattia u. Moqnito Xets,
1 Wi Maibletop lik'lioard,
ExleiiMou Dining Table & Chairs,
I Elegant Dinner Set,
( roekerv & Ula-sware,
".Model" Stove, Hefi igeratm-,
Meat Sate, (jardeii Tools,
1 Top Buggy, 1 Buckboard,
1 Double Geared Ttenlek.
tr Piemltes oneu for hi'-pectiou on
Monday from !) a. h, to VI noon.
JAS. P. MOKGAX,
l.'it It Auetlniieer.
On W M)NKSIAY,.liui'' 2(.t,
,11' 10 O'OI.OCIi A 1! .
At llie Ueoih'iiiv of 1)11. I V TZ, AlaKea
slieel, 1 will M'll at Public Auetlini
The Siniiro Hous hold FuiTi t-Jiv
iii Wider Purlor M,
Inlaid Table and Stool,
Lace Uurt'dii-. Piano Lump,
Larue and bnrnll Hii-,
B. va. SECRETARY,
HICVOLVINU HOOK CASKS.
1 Vienna Parlor Set, Lounges,
Oak bedroom Set. Mutilates,
1 Wilcox it (Jibb'n Auto Machine,
Kvteusiou Dining Table,
Dei-omti'd Dinner tier.
Crockery and Glasswaie,
i IuiiBy" SLovo & UloiiHilH
Hefrleraior, Meat Safe,
1 EASTERN-MADE PHAET0M,
1 Top Ilriike, a sets Hiuihss, 'J
1 Family Curriau Ilorso
Kind and Gentle,
CSy PremiM) open for inspection on
Tuesday, from ii a. m. io I v. m.
lf)l 5t Auetloneer.
CARPENTER jg & BUILDER.
.lobb'iiK pionipily iitleuded to.
84 Btrolaiiia St. '(eljar Hull Tele. 280.
te4 t IIUI'hK IhiIiiw llie Pi I.
RluJJirv1 ' "" coiiialin. U I(imiiii,
illiM&i lnilii;im.ii. I'aiHI). Kl .M
ami Unlli. Hem l.'i iicriiiiiiiili iiiily
to L. P. KHIJ.S'A.NlihZ.
J mi Jiu Al II K. Wliliuirf.r..
! WhiMi ,mmi Winn ii J'orirnil
linliirt'il f.ill on Kluu IIhih,,
Hi. I iMlll' lll(IO llfcl lilltl HilO
uuiiiploH. TJioy uuu'i lo bout.
- ni nf i'iTt ifi'ii tn rn jniu
J Til Eft
11 A VIS OPENED TIJE1K
New China, Glass -& Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahunianu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Large Assorient of to Goods oi "Buiiin."
SPKC1AL DISPLAY OK
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
Mew Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
1VOUY WARE, BOIIKM1AN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUM1JLEHS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
3 1? R, B O E3! I S ED DCEl -2
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Port Street, Honolulu.
t ii xa
Ornameiital! Economical Ac Durable!
Eimv's Old EsTAitusiiKn
Ice Ghestn k BoOleerators,
China, Crockery k Glassware,
Plaatat'on Toals, Implomonis & Supplies
Paints, OiK & V.irniihus.
Yacuuin Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils!
Always the --aiue; made by a special
proec iiml always reliable.
Carboiincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC UAHDWARE CO., L'd.,
Ciiiiiiulus Xcw Ulouk, Fort& Moruhant streets.
j&at J?LW -
A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE
JUST RECEIVED I1Y
HOLLSSTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
HHi 3 tut ,Srf'L : : : : : fHonolulii. H.I.
a 3 a
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Ciiiiminluud to bo ltisl Color and Absolutely Staiuluss
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
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