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1 BY AUTHORITY.
Homolulv, Juno 21, 1S92.
III accordance with Sec. 1 of t'hap- ,
tcf XXVlI.oI the Law of ISSb j
All porsuns holding water pri defles
or llioae paying water "ales, an heio-
by notified that the water ru'os for
the term ending December 31, 1S92,
will bo duo uiul payable at the olllee
of the Honolulu Water Works, on the
first day of July, 1S02,
All such rates loninining unpaid
for fifteen days nfter llioy are duo,
will bo subject to an additional 10 per
Kates nro payable at the oflico of
the water works in the Kapuaiwa
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Wutei Winks.
Sale of a Strip of Government
Laud at Kalap ma,
On SATURDAY, July 23, 1S92, at
12 o'clock noon, at tho front entrance
of Aliiolaui Hale, will be sold at Pub
lic Auction, a Strip of the Government
Lund at Kulapana, Puna, Hawaii, con
taining an area ot 10 acre, a little
moio or less.
Upset l'i ice, $2.00 per acre.
G. N. SPEXOER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, June 21, 1S92.
Sale of a Part of the Govern
ment Land of Kolo, S.
On SATURDAY, July 23, 1S92, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of Aliiolnni Hale, will be told at Pub
lic Auction 2C0 acics of the Govern
ment land in Kolo, South Kona, Ha
waii. Upset Price, ."00.00.
C. iV. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Intei ior Oiliee, Juno 21, 1S92.
Notice to Corporations.
In conformity with Section 1111 ot
the Civil Code, all corporation art
hereby i educated to make full and ac
curate exhibition of their nil'.iirg t
tho Intoiior Department, on or befoie
the 31et day of July, proximo, tin
same being foi tho year ending Jul
Blanks for this purpose will be fur
nished upon application at the Interioi
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
in 'ration Wotice.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
IToldi is of w.itet privileges, or thote
paying water rates, aro hereby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation put poses are from (i to 8
o'clock a. -m., and 1 to G o'clock p. M.
until fuillier notice.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu W ater Works.
0. N. SrcNCKit,
Minister of the lnteiior.
Foreign OHicc Notice.
Honoi.ui.iJ, June 21, 1892. S
MR. TADAMICHI TAKECHI lias
been appointed Hawaiian Vice-Con-mil
at Yokohama and Tokio in tho
Empire of Japan.
.I.ri7 31-27 It
. n fa.
$3 at fa Jjjittlafin
Piriirid to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut ttlaliltslieit for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1892.
lion. Paul Neumann desires a
statement that appeared in Saturdays
legislative report corrected, namely,
that ho gave notiee of a bill to li
cense die fa lotteiies. Wc sincerely
regret the mistake and apologUo to
tho honorable Noble for its occur
rence, which was dm' to u pure acci
dent in tltis olllco and not to inlsio- ,
polling. Tho compositor omitted j
pait of two paragraphs, jumping from j
Noble Neumann's iiaino to the act of (
Hup. Aki. Tho paragraphs corroutod
road as follows ;
'Noblo Niiuiimnii guvo nolicm of u
bill to lluoiibo tliu iiiuiiiifuuturiiu "
"Heti. Aki uuve wollBttflf a Mil l'
u ihu jyiuklgr Qt thj JtitBiJor
When the Leg! -dam le tli'oidcd to
have till Irlls pruned on their Intro
dilution, it made It possible for tlie
public money to be wastid in putting
such a oonyloinerntlon of words ns
thu following in cold print. The se
lection is Hindu at random from Mr.
White's bill to liuenso gambling, be
ing one paragraph of the fourth sec
MMiK ftlhrltttt rttrln n e-nlrl Hi.lrnf
,,, ,ie Gut. srnvxli-Jv bv itself then
it ,K. fi,uli s u, ,,lto uvpne said
nurd, then it shall he pl.ic.-d in u
eontnmor or some other I'bjrct of
ntnu n-iUiic, then it ahull ho inKcd
lugeiher, then fiom heuee it shall lie
separately placed into four diffcient
bowls or some other container ut
twenty words in eacli bowl or con
tainer, und the person perfoiming
such duty shall not look or observe
any of those words folded, and then
take one of the said four bowls and
the twenty words containing in that
bowl will bo the gainer of said bank,
and such words will be the compari
son with those words dotted or im
piesscd on those tickets sold to any
person, and which were enleied in the
bank before the assorted words were
The cost of piinting the bill from
which tins English stew is taken
is something like thirty dollars.
Adding the time wasted before the
thuii U lulled, Sir. White's tomfool-
cry, in this instance alone, will have
cost the eouuliy a large round sum.
The respectable members of the
House must have been asleep when
they allowed anything more than the
title of this bill to have ever been
hcaid or read. Sir. Aki has another
bill, also printed, for the licensing of
"a house in which to carry on gam
bling of all kinds." Its English is
not such an insult to the educational
reputation of the country, but it is a
shame nevertheless that it should
have been dignified by printius;.
THE POSTAL SERVICE.
The revenue of the Hawaiian Pos
tal Bureau from all sources for the
biennial period ending March 31,
1892, was S119,081.41, and the total
expenditure was S99.001.24, leaving
as net income to the Government the
snug sum of S20,080.17. When it is
remembered that the postal sci
vice is a public necessity, intended
in nowise as a means of taxing the
people like the customs service, the
fact of a respectable surplus in the
bureau is highly gratifying. The
Postmaster-General reports a large
increase in revenue from every
source in the postal department
propel, ihu sale of stamps alone ex
ceeding that of the previous period
by $12,910.89. From the money
order branch the gross revenue was
512,802.99, against 89,202.09 for
the pioviom period an increase of
53,000.90. Parcels post revenue in
creased by S498.13. "A falling off
is apparent in the revenue from the
Savings Bank, which is due to Sec
tion 2, Chapter XI. of the Session
Laws of 1890, discontinuing the pay
ment of one percent by the Treasury
to this Bureau in addition to the act
ual interest paid to depositors, which
lookelfeeton December 31, 1890."
The Postmaster-General reports
an uudesiiable practice, at present
beyond his control, being the large
postal tiallle done outside of the
buieau. A careful estimate picpared
from statistics furnished by the isl
and ollices give9 the approximate
total ot 300,000 letters and papers
cirLulaliug in the overland mails
which do not pass through the Gcn
oial Post Udk-e in transit. "In ad
dition to those, a large amount of
correspondence" estimated at 100,
0U0 lellerd, etc., from Honolulu alone
"is forwarded outside the mails,
being either handed to the pursers of
steamers or put on board during their
absence, thus not only causing great
annoyance to the steamship com
panies, but also involving consider
able risk of loss or delay in de
livery." It might bo a wise measure
for abating this practice, to tax all
mail matter not posted in a post
oflice fifty or a huudred percent of
Fifteen new post ofilccs were open
ed in the period. On the island of
Hawaii, -I ; on Maui. G; on Molokai,
1 ; on Oaliu, 3, and on Kauai, 1.
One olllee was discontinued, at Ka
idualu, Hawaii. Sixty-eight was the
total number of ollices in operation
at tho close of the period. To the
ollices pro iously doing money order
business ten others were added Ma
kawcli, Kekaha, Houiiliiili, Kaliuku,
Ileum, Undo, ilamoa, Kipahiilu, Ku
miilo and Naalrliu, making a total of
l.iriy money order ollices on March
ill, 1892. Tho reduction of rales of
put ig'i to foreign eountiies mid col
onies in January last, in conformity
willi Aitielo V. of the Univoral Pos
Ul I'iiioii Convention, has made up
iii,iuui ihio diminution in rovenuo
!..( ...ip salon to the clone of tho
p. i A Tlio number of money or-
i Imw iUvtl was-ir,Wl, llig uyKruutu
p'dd, 40,402 ; niigrcgff.c.valuu, SI,-
4X2,028 CO. Fees collected, SlV
770.47. Commissions pa.d to foreign
countries, S7GD.SU. Commissions re
ceived from foreign countries, $92.62.
Premiums paid on exchange remitted
to foro'gn countries in settlement of
I balances, 4.918 05. Tho money or
der capital of 85,01 1 32 at the be
ginning of the period was found to
be insufficient to carry on the in
creasing business of that branch.
The appropriation of 87,000, made
by the Legislature of 1890, was there
fore drawn and is now letaiued as a
capital fund to mccl payments on
money orders, prior to receipt of re
mittances. Should the anticipated
further extension of business be re
alized au additional appropriation of
S5,000 will be required.
The reference to the Postal Sav
ings Bank in the report may bo left
for another article, as it will require
considerable space to give adequate
information regarding this branch.
In concluding his report Postmastor
Ueucral Hill makes the following
submission in respect to accommoda
tion: "It is here respectfully sub
mitted that the work of the General
Post olllee has entirely outgrown the
facilities furnished for its perform
ance. Accommodation is altogether
inadequate to present requirements.
Sulllcieucy of space is lacking for
prompt delivery, assorting and des
patch of mails. The Registry cor
respondence and Parcels Post pack
ages have of necessity to be handled
at great inconvenience and loss of
time on the second lloor, to furnish
room for the Postal Savings Bank
and Money Order Department, which
last aro also greatly inconvenienced
for want of proper space. I would
respectfully suggest the occupation
of the adjoining premises, which arc
Government property, and their ap
propriation to the use of this Bureau.
The whole of the ground floor of the
General Post oillce is not more than
sufficient to supply the room required
for use of the mail department alone.
More post olllee boxes aro needed to
satisf' the demand, and a conse
quent loss of revenue is sustained."
J.ocal Talent Drnwi a Ijnrso l'atron
ns In Aid or thn liiuiul It.diiKtriul
The benefit concert at Kawaiahao
Cliurch to the Kauai Industrial
School Saturday night was largely
attended, the sacred edifice being
filled in every part. Her Majesty
the Queen, attended by Governor A.
S. Cleghorn, Major J. W. Robert
son, and Mesdamcs Wilson and
Clark, was proscnt, besides other
notable people. Aiound the edge of
the platform was an embankment of
The entertainment opened with an
organ solo by Mr. F. M. English,
followed with a duet by the Misses
Uowsett and Atkinson, sung in a
The "Blue Hells of Scotland" was
sung by a boys' choir, the voice of
one tot ringing out above the others.
Miss Glade in "Spring Song" was
applauded. This lady has a soft,
sweet voice. Miss Dale's appear
ance was heralded by applause. She
sang "Whither" so well that she was
encored and gave "Comin' thro' the
Rye" and "Annie Laurie." She
was the recipient of bouquets. The
Piinahou Glee Club rendeied "Fairy
Moonlight nicety and was encored.
Mrs. W. G. Irwin sang the dilll-
cult piece, "Ave Maria," in n sweet
clear soprano, for which she received
applause and a bouquet. A solo by
Hon. C. P. Iaukca, in a fine tenor,
willi violin and piano accompani
ment by Prince Kalanianaole and
Mr. English, was applauded.
"Scmiramide," although an old
chestnut, was given with a vim by
the Royal Hawaiian Orchestra. A
trio by Mrs. Glade, Mrs. Tenneyand
Miss Maiie von Holt was rendered
with musical taste, the beautiful
voices ringing out clearly and har
moniously. The most diflicult song
of the evening, perhaps, was "Ju
dith" by Sullivan, which was artisti
cally rendered by Miss F. Nolte.
This talented young lady's voice was
in good trim, and her effort added
one to many previous triumphs. Miss
Howland accompanied Miss Nolte on
the piano with delightful effect, her
touch being light and whole execu
tion in tasteful subjection to the
The Kawaiahao choir as usual
sang nicely. Lieutenant Garrett, in
"Tell Her I Love Her So" was ap
plauded for a grand effort, as was
also a quartet by Messrs. Hoogs, Hall,
Lyman and Nichols. A pleasing
number was "Love's Golden Dieain"
by Mrs. Leihulu Keohokalole. This
lady was loudly applauded and
responded with a native air. Au
anthcin by the SI. Andrew's choir
closed the evening's entertainment,
which was in every way a successful
one. The management was perfect
and it" success is due to thu untiring
ellorts of Miss .1. Smith.
A traveling man who chanced to
lie in tho store of K. V. Wood, at
Mclvees Rocks, Pa,, says while ho
was waiting to see Mr, Wood, a little
gill ciuno in with an empty bottle la
holed Clmmbci Iain's Pain Balm and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that mmlluiiiu; shu says it It
Ihu buit iiiuiliuliiufor rheumatism shu
iivoi iikeil." nU ouut bottluH for salo
by all iluuluis, Houson, Smith &C'o.,
rttfltf n trtvwf tt?twtiiw Mw " t
I DQULTON WAKE. - - ITMC
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Kx ' Ilriiniiiro
The FACtrtc llAnmnr. Co., Ld.,
liavo J uit received from England an
invoice of the well-known D.nilton
Waie, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sail
ccis, Juts, etc., etc.
Their Isupply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies Is cry complete, as also
of Lubricating Oil-'.
Cnrbolineuin Avenaiius by the bar
rel, case or quiiiller qunntitv.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, June 20,
AT IX ll'l!I.U(!K XOOX.
Ou the PieinUes, corner o' Iteietaiila
and Alakea sticeN. i will sell at
Public Auction the
2-story Mi Building,
Recently damaged by lite.
56f Building to ho removed within
12 days f loin sale.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
The undersigned, Administrator of
the Ebtate of C. Aleo, deceased, will
sell at Public Auction at the ollicc or
Chilian & Co., Honolulu,
On TIIURSDAY, June 30th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Large Fireproof McNoale and Urban
Safe, inside dimensions depth 16
inches, height IJO inches, width 37
inches; 2 Fine Ko.i Desks, Pino Debk,
Ebonv Sot Chinese Furniture, inlaid
willi mother of pearl, containing 1G
pieces; 2 ChuiCbo Reclining Chairs,
Large Regulator Clock, Letter Probs
and Stand, Common and Wicker
Chairs, 72 Cases of Tea, 2 Packages
Cliinese Hats, Lot of Sundries.
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Administrator Estate C. Aleo, de
AUCTION SALE OF
Household Furniture !
On TUESDAY, June 2Sth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the Residence of MR. J. OUDER
KIRK, I will sell at Public Auction
The Entire Household Furniture
Comprising in pait:
.1 Fiio B. w. Parlor Sot
Upholstered in Plush;
B. W. Maibletop Center Table?,
Large Center Hugs, Ciiandelieis.
Lace Cm tains, l'liibh Lambieqiiins,
B. W. Secretary, Pletui e-,
2 Elegant B, W. Bedroom Sets,
Spring Mattras&c, Mosquito Nets,
1 Ash Maibletop Siileboaul,
Extension Dluing Table & Chaiis,
I Elegant Dinner Set,
Crockery ic Glassware,
"Model" Stove, Refiigemtor,
Meat Safe, Qaulen Tools,
1 Top Buggy, 1 Buckboard,
1 Double Geared DenieK.
iSf Premises open for Inspection ou
Monday fiom 0 A. 31. to 12 noon.
JAS. F. MOllGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, June. 21),
AT 10 U'ULUOIC A M .
At the Residence of hit. LUTZ, Alakea
stieet, I will sell at Public Auction
The Entire Household Furniture
New Wicker Parlor Set,
Inlaid Table and Stool,
Lace Cm tains. Piano l.amp,
Large and bmall Rugh,
B. W. SECRETARY,
REVOLVING BOOK OASES,
1 Vienna Pailor Set, I.oiuie;os,
Oak liedi oom Set, Mattia.-es,
1 Wilcox & liihh's Auto. Machine,
ICxtciiMou Dining Table,
Decorated Dinner but,
UiocUfiy and Glassware,
1 "PniiHy" SLovo & Utensils
Refiieiatoi, Meat hate,
1 EASTERN-MADE PHAETON,
1 Top llral.0, s Set ilainohn, a
1 Family GurrhiKO Horso
Kind mid (iunllo.
Stay I'li'iuUu open fuj nituuioii on
Tiittaday, bum l a. m. m 1 i-, ,
J AH. F. AIOKUAN'.
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;tlOil.KI A. .lloCHKIlV,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy 1
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLlARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most libeial ever offered by any Iiisiiiancc Company.
fiy For full paiticulars apply to
1-91 General Asienl for the Hawaiian Inlands.
Auci on S les by L-wls J. Levey.
On WEDNESDAY, June 29,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A W..
I will ell at Public Auction at my Sales
room, n Laige As"oituicnt of
Jewelry, Watclies, Dry Goods,
Pilots, Dress Goodi, Towels,
White and Brown Cottons,
Revohors, Guns, etc., etc. Also,
Upright & Counter Slinw Csvses,
Lamps, Etc., Kto.
TP.ItUH C VS1I.
Volcano House Rates
Special Rates For Families and
The Volcano House nxtes from and
after this date will bo:
It mint Tiip, up and lolurn by
same route, 7 days $.r)0
Up by way of ICui, lelurii by
way of llilo, 11 days $70
Up by way of llilo, ictiirn by
way Kim, 1 1 days S0
Hoard and Lodging at Volcano
House, $1 per day.
To Holdcis of Round Trip Tickets
staying over, and any one staying
over live days, $.'! a day for all excobs
over five days.
To families or parties of four and
upwards, holding tickets and btaying
uer, oi staying after five days $2 50
Childion under, live, with parents,
Children between live and ten, half
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE CO.
Juno 21, 1802.
150 151 20 -It
'yilOSE wishing to subscribe for the
1 telebiation of the eomiiiu; Foiuth
will liud Suli'-i'iipiinu Lists at the fol
I loin on, Newman & Co.,
llollister & Co..
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Hawaiian liuidware Co.
155 St For the Ith of July.
C. B. IPLY,
OrFici:: Room fl. SineeUcls' block.
Mutual Telephone 208.
New Designs ! Modem Buildups !
Complete plans and speellleatlons for
every description of hiiii(liu;. Contiael
drawn and caieful bii))eilutendeiico of
eoiisuiictlon given w-liuu leiiniieU. Call
and exaiiiino nlans. am- -20 ly
Japanese Pug Dogs
FOJl SALE I
Buy Apply at onto to
'5" lw W. SLUCE.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER fj! & BUILDER.
.fobbing piomptly attended to.
84 Rcrotanla St. -Qiay- Bell Tolc. 200.
"VJ"OTI(!E ih lu-ieby ulven that I will
1 not be icspoiislblu for any bills
coutiai'tud for the Steamer "Akamai"
without my written order.
.IOILN F. HOWLER,
Ownei Steamer "Akamai. "
Houoluhi, Juno 10, 1KU2. 448 2u
TVJOTJi'E Is heioby given that the
1 iiuduiblgiied will not bo letpoii'd
ble for any debts iuciiiii'd witlionl his
A. IJ. NAONE.
Ilonohdii, .lime 2't, 18 U. lAii 'Jv
to make CUUOeouls
L of Fhow'ooil or
l haieo.il ut CO
cuiitb a coul
Tliu l)!ht I li itir to soiut lo
your IVioiHlHiklit'oiul is lv I n f-c
llroH.' 1 11 list ra( oil Soiivtiiiir
l iliiwnii, wliicli is foil on
up lor lilt) IMII'IIOHO llllll is
UOt till JUlVOltlHOIIIOItt.
1JAVE OlMiNlSD TJIE1U
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahunianu Street, Ground Floor, sitli a
Larp Assortiml of New Goods ox "Boomoro."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
Sew Rugs & Carpets,
Fine" Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Economical A; Durable!
Eudy's Old Estaiiusiii:i)
Ice Clesls k Refriprators,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
PldQtat onTouIs, Implemanis & Supplies
Paints, Oils iV: Vainishi's.
Yacnmn Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils!
Always the sniiio; made by a special
piocess ami always l citable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block, Fort is Mei chant streets.
A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE
!! Vnrt tr't. : :
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104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
GunrmUoud lo bo -Fust Color and Absolutely Stiiiulesss
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
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MMVO N'luoly rurnUhud
1- H' juiiu cuiilndly louiitod. .
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