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IN DELATION TO THE PliEPAUVTIOX Of JUHY LlSTS AND THE DnAW
i.N'a or Juhies.
Be it Enacted by the Queen ami the Leijhlaturc of (he Hawaiian
Section 1. Tho provision of Chapter XXVI. of tho Laws
of 1890, boiug entitled "An Act to vcgulntb tlio drawing of
talesmen in jury trials, and to amend Section 1199 of the Civil
Code," shall bo held to apply to and control only tho drawing
of talesmon in the Supreme Court, and shall not be .held to
apply and regulate the drawing of talesmen in any of tho
Circuit Courts of the Kingdom.
Section 2. In the several Circuit Courts of the Kingdom
whenever a sutliciont number of jurors duly summoned do not
appear, or whenever from challenges or other causes a sutti
cient number of tho regular panel cannot be obtained for tho
trial of any case or cases, the Court may order tho Sheriff or
any of his deputies to summon from among the bystanders or
from the circuit at large so many persons to serve as jurors as
shall bo sufficient.
Section 3. In the Supieme Court the number of persons
drawn to serve as jurors at any tut in. of tho Court shall be
thirty-six native Hawaiians and thirty-six foreigners instead
of twenty-four each as heretofoio by law provided.
Section 4. The Act entitled "An Act to regulate the draw
ing of talesmen in jury trials, and to amend Section 1199 of
tho Civil Code," approved on the 2d dny of September, 1890,
is hereby amended by striking out the clause, "provided by
Section 1 of Chapter XVII of the Laws of 1870," whenever
occurring in the said Act and inserting in place thereof " pro
vided by law."
Section 5. This Act shall take effect on the 1st day of
August, A. D. 1892, and all laws and parts of laws inconsistent
herewith are hereby repealed.
Approved this lGth day of July, A. D. 1892.
By the Queen :
C. N. Spencer,
Minister of the Interior.
Tenders for Purchase ol
J Linviiiiiiii G overninent
Notice is hereby given that uiulei
authority of Chapter 38, Session Laws
of 1888, "An Act to give greater beeuii
ty toDepoHitoisin thellawuii.ui Postal
Savings Bank' the Poslinabter-Uen
er.il ofl'en, for tale $50,000 of Coupon
Bonds of the Hawaiian Goerninent.
such boudb to be ib&ued in the deiic
miniitiuu of One Thousand Dollar
each, redeemable in not lets than live
ye.irfa nor more than twenty ye.u-,
with interest at six per cent, per mi
nun), payable semi-annually, irinoio.il
and inteiubt payable in U. S. goU.
coin, the bonds to exprebb on their
face thsu tliey arc i&sucd as security
for tho I'ostal Savingb Bank Deposits.
Tenders for the purehabc of the
whole or any pait of bind bonds will
be received at tho oil'ico of the Kegib
trar of l'ublic Accounts, Finance I)e
partniont, up to 12 o'clock on FRI
DAY, the 1st day of July, 1892.
Tho l'ontniastcr-Geucrul does not
bind hinibelf to accept any tender, ot
the whole of any tender.
Dated May 28, 1892.
II. A. YVlDKMANN,
Mitiibtur of Finance.
Minister of Foreign A Hairs.
C. N. SrnNOKit,
Minister of luterioi.
V. AUfaTIN WlUTINQ,
Sale of a Strip of Government
Land at Kalapana,
On SATURDAY Inlv 2't 1802 nL
On bAlUKDAl, JiU .4J, JHJA ul
12 o'clock noon, at the front entianco
of Alnolani Hale, will bo bold at Pub-
lie Auction, a Strip of the Government
Land at Kalapan.i, Puna, Hawaii, con-
luiuing an area of 10 acre, u little
more or hv-b.
Upset Price, ' 2.00 per acre.
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Intel ioi Oflico, June 21, 1892.
Sale of a Part of tho Govern
ment Land of Kolo, S.
On SATURDAY, July 23, 1892, at
12 o'clock noon, at the fiout entianco
of Ahiolaui Hale, will be sold at Pub
lic Auction 200 acres of the Govern'
men t laud in Kolo, South Kona, Ha
waii. Upset Price, $500 00.
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Intoiiur,
Ini.'i iorOiHcoJuno ,24.M892:,4X:J
...,...--m- -.-.!-. jj ..-
Parties having or holding unpaid
bills against the Board of Health for
services rendered or biipplies pur
chabed dining the Biennial Period
ending Maich 31, 1892, are hereby
it'que&ted to leave all Mich bills at
I lie nlfice of the Board of Health,
utliomiee they could not be paid.
Pn sident, Board of Health.
Honolulu. July 18, 1892.
174 3t-30 3t
C1IAS. T GULIOK, Esq., has this
il.iv been .ippoiuted Commissioner of
l'imiio WiiVb and Water Bights for
die Di.-tiii-i (f Ivona, Island of Oitliu,
vice 1'iiiie Jones, resigned.
C. N. SPENCEK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olliec, July 11, 1892.
P. M. KA LUNA, Esq , has this day
been appointed a Notary Public for
the Second Judicial Circuit of the
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, July 18, 1892.
BOUT 30 Laying Hens at
ft J low prices. Address
100," at this
H.w ihn Ledge Ho. 21, F. & A. M.
SPHERE will Iib a meeting of Ha-
X. Wllllllll J.OlIgo NO. 21, !'. X A. M.
at l" llll" coiner ol 1-oit and Queen
ctgf TIS (M()lulay) EVENING,
' ,juiy is, 1802, at 7:30 o'clock, for
Work in the 2d Degree,
mmlm of Lodge le Progres and all
gojoiirnhig lliotluen aie fraternally iu-
, vueu to uo piesent.
By older of the XV.
T. E. WALL,
i 474 It
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual nieeting of stoek
holdeis of the Hanalei Sugar
Mill Co. held this day, tho following
ollicers were elected for the ensuing
President Chits. L, Carter, Ecq ,
.,,.,,. Hon, J. N. S. Williams,
Secretary J. O. Carter,
Tieasurur....Geo. II. Roboitson,
Auditor J. O. Carter,
Who are albo Directors of tho Coin
Secretary H. S. M.Co,
Honolulu, July 18, 1892. -174-lin
1 1.16 AfifeKLY BULLETIN-
atilfe,, fcjJliinuiB of Interesting reading
iiuuuuie.gwiuuimui, w .iwivik" H?uiHS
I " I CHILD DROWNED. Tijjr
P!fded to nrithrr A nor Party,
gut.tStablMtrd for thr (iritr.il ,f all.
MONDAY, .1UIA' 18, 18U2.
If Mr. Ilotncr's cheap money bill
would make tho eounl'-y roll in
wealth, why does (he author take the
lead in sli:ivtnir dow.i tho sahuius uf
There are enough bono nntl sinew
idling in the ligilalio clitmiliei to
pave all the stieeta o Honolulu in a
few montli9. The question Is, if the
country had the means to employ
these idle men, would they be willing
It is to he hoped the Legislature
will adopt the wise recommendations
of the judiciary committee and give
the quietus to the proposed constitu
tional auiendmeut that would unset
tle the independent status of the
Judiciary. "Hands off I" should be
the emphatic rebuke to the destruc
tionists. The Judiciary Committee exhibit
ed level heads when they reported
against the tinkering of or tampering
with the Road Board Act of 1890.
If anything tends to make a farce of
legislation, il is making laws one ses
sion to be repealed the next Espe
cially, that is, where a particular law
has not proved a failure or probably
to be a failure. An elective Road
Board is in keeping with a strong
public opinion in the line of local
self-government and decentraliza
tion. As such and in view of its pro
mising start, the law is entitled to a
fuller trial than it can possibly yet
Mr. Ashford made a strong argu
ment this morning against the pro
motion of a certain district justiceship
to a police justiceship. This change
was effected so sweepingly last ses
sion all over the kingdom that it is a
wonder there aie anymore district
justices to be elevated. One of the
strongest reasons against the change
whoie not necessary is that the high
er jurisdiction is deemed to call for
a higher salary. But the Legislature
holds the purse strings and, if it at
tend to that little matter, the change
may please many people and hurt
nobody. The best change of all
would be to wipe out all judicial sala
ries under those of police justices in
the three or four leading villages,
and make the local minor magistracy
honorary, except as to moderate fees
taxed on litigants, as is the satisfac
tory system in older countries.
The suggestion of a correspondent,
which is in keeping with the prayer
of a petition elsewhere reported, that
the Legislature should assist pass
ages of unemployed people out of the
countr3', is, it is to be feared, im
practicable even if the Legislature
had the means to carry it out. To
what country could most of the un
employed he assisted other than the
United States? When they reached
the shores of that country all except
American citizens would find them
selves under the provisions of the
law forbidding pauper immigiation,
as those whose passages are assisted
by a foreign government are classed
in that category. Then they as well
as this country would be subjected
to the humiliation and the expense
of having to be returned to the isl
ands. Measures for reducing the
cost of living so that "white men,"
to use the designation of our corre
spondent, could afford to work for
reduced wages, are the measures for
which the present times cry out.
Measures to abolish monopolies in
necessities, and to make prices cor
icspond with low markets abroad,
TRIBUTE FROM A TOURIST.
ICl)lTOn IJui.i.ktin :
The many readers of your clever
paper are all no doubt aware of tho
genial and hospitable treatment of
visitors to your beautiful islands,
which are surely appropriately called
the "Paradise of the Pacific." Still
as repiesentative of the San Jose
Mercury I take great pleasuro in
telling you of the many kindnesses
and comforts given the passengers
on board the Australia by the good
Captain Iloudlette and indeed by all
of the ollicers.
Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu,
July 18, 1892.
A traveling man who chanced to
be in tho store of E, V. Wood, at
McKees Rocks, Pa,, says whilo he
was waiting to see Mr, Wood, a little
gill came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Halm and
said : "Mumnia wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it ie
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used," 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Al7AntJl.h. ' r. .
Mi hi J. II Iti'l-t Iiiihi-h Her Ymitiunt
'Twinnle," the youngest daughter
of Mrs. J II. Rel-'t, wut drowned at
her mother's ho illiotisu Sunday even-,
ing. Nobody saw the chihl lull into
the water, tint, after sliu was nifs' d
and had been sought for sonic mill
ute, her body was seen Hunting 11 f-
tcon or twenty yanls inshore fiom
:ir. Ahx. L.vle '
iuinni d into the water anil luotii'lit
the lifi'los Utile fuim into the hoiie. j
Ur. TrmiS'ieau was telephoned fnj, !
w hih1 huvi rul fiieiids i.t tint them
olvts to icvive the t hil I. Tin' esci
tious wire in vain and the doctor,
who quickly ai rived, said the little
one had been dead some lime.
"Twinnie," as the child was fami
liarly called in place of its native
uunie, was the survivor of twin, the
other one having died when' It was
five mouths old. Sho was a bright
and merry child, and her mother has
the heartfelt sympathy of many
friends in this sudden nflhction. Mrs.
Reist, since her husband left the
country soon after the death of the
other child, has btavely supported
herself by keeping the boat and
bath house built by Dr. Tiousseau.
It is supposed that the child got over
the picket fence guarding the landing
b' climbing a set of unused blairs
left against the fence. It was only
one week over a year back from
the same day that a little child of
Mr. and Mrs. Dickson, who lived at
an adjoining boathouse, was drowned
by toddling off the bathing platform
into the water. Mrs. Rcist's child
was buried this afternoon.
NO KAHUNA BUSINESS.
An item in your paper of last
Saturday, July lGth, places my fa
ther, Mr. A. P. Paehaole, in a very
false light before the public. You
have likened the sad event of my
aunt's death to the Lanai horror.
You stated that "the efforts of the
kahuna proved fruitless and the wo
man died at Halawa on Thursday
night." This is an unwarranted at
tack on your part, and you have done
my father and my family an injus
tice. . Allow me to state briefly the
fact: My aunt Lupo was affected
with cancer in the bieast some time
ago, and she was removed to the
Queen's Hospital for treatment, but
linding no relief there, and as she
grew worse and worse, my lather
thought it prudent to remove her to
our home at Halawa, Molokai, where
she could be nursed by our relatives
and friends. Besides she knew her
end was nigh, and for that fact, she
became anxious to die in the pre
sence of her father and mother. I
assure you that there was no "ka
huna quackery" connected with her
death, and whoever misrepresented
the fact to you did us a great harm.
Li u.i r. Paehaolk.
Honolulu, July 18, 1892.
HARMONY LODGE OFFICERS.
The following ollicers have been
installed in Harmony Lodge, 1. O. O.
J. Alfred Magoon, Noble Grand.
Win. Hosier, Vice Grand.
(Jhas. Hill, Warden.
A. L. Cron, Conductor.
F. J. Wilhelm, P. G., R. S. N. G.
J as. II. Love, L. S. N. G.
L. II. Dee, P. G., It. S. V. G.
D. T. Bailey, S. S V. G.
W. E. Ileniuk, I. G.
W. O. Atwater, P. G., Chaplain.
IVY LODCE OFFICERS.
The following are the new ollicers
of Ivy Lodge, K. of P., Kohala:
G. E. Kempster, P. U.
It. II. Atkins, C. C.
II. It. Bryant, V. C.
G. P. Tullooh, P.
W. P. McDougall, R. of R. S. and
M. of F. '
F. Northrup, M.' of E.
It. A. Lucas, M. at A.
T. Keeen, I. G.
J. Bannati, O. G.
The Paohio Hakdwauk Co., Ld.,"
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avenaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
at is io ii:it coitn
t8f Delivered fiuis hi any part of
L. J. LI3VICY,
172 lw Coiner Fort & Queen sta.
rpiK Annual Meeting of the Stock-
X holders of Win. ti, Irwin & Co.,
(L'd). will take plueu at Its ollleu on
MONDAY, July 25th, at 10 o'clock A. M.
XV. M. OIFFARI),
Seeietaiy XV. Q. 1. & Co., (L'd).
LETTER of Credit on Clans
Snrcokels & Co. The Under w ill
nlcabu letura to tho Bank a'udtecclvo
l,TwunJ3IEfi:,C 33BKS.lS37J7il at.
MIIIM LIFE INSURANCE -00. OF NEW YORK.
iciOiiAicn a. .tic.guitoY,
Issues Every . Desirable Form of Policy I
,. 4 -. !
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0L1 ARS.
Its New Distribution Policy Is the most liberal ever offered by any Irisiuaiicc Company.
tSST Kor full pailiculars apply to
Aur.ll m "rIhs by j.tmos F. Morgan
AUOIION SALE OF
REAL ESTATE !
On TUESDAY, July 19th,-
AT la O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salt'tnmm, Queen stioct, I will
-oil ut Public Amnion, tho follow
ing Valuable Piopuities:
i-4 Pieces of Land at Waikiki
Comprising 4 Pieces as follows:
Apatia 1 122 sq. mils.
" 2 A'2 mi rods.
' (i (l"4 -q. rods.
" 7 4 40-100 auics.
All at present letited at $130 per annum.
Leases 1" years to inn.
21 Piece of Land on Miller St.
At iear of the lute ii'sldeneo of Dr. Bio
diu. Theie aie Two ijub(antlitl Cot
tages and Four oilier ltiiildlngs on the
Lot, liiiliglug in a lental of ijUO per
CSf Deeds at puielLiscis' expense.
For fiuthcr paitieul.iia, apply io
J AS. P. MORGAN,
Lea of Residouce Sites
On WEDNESDAY, .luly 27,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, by order of 11. M.
KAPIOLANI, I will tell at
THE LEiSE FOR 20 YEARS OF
Adjoining the reddenee of Mr. V. P.
Toler on the east.
The Lots have a fiontage of about
81 feet on thu Waikiki load, aie about
131 feet deep, willi a line fioutage of
SI feet on tho bench.
The Lots all have a frontage on an
unrivaled ule.tr t-andy beach. The
h.ithiug is lin-t-elabs, being .inning the
best at Waikiki. .
$f3 Tho Lota arc
inaiked fiom A to E.
bl iikcd out
For fui tber particulars apply
109 Lit Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
On SATURDAY, July ''3d,
AT 1 O'CLOCK .VttO.V.
At my tiale'i ooiii. Queen hticet, I will
.sell at Public Auction,
THAT DESIRABLE HESIDENCE
At l'lil.una, adjoining the li'sldenco of
Mr U. It Dwliit. and b.'iiiK a poitlon
of the propeity of tho K.st.ito of MjiIii
The Lot has a fi outage) of "2 feet on
the hiue, and Is 100 feet and Is H'O Ret
deep. Tlieio U u
OOX V15N1 KST JTTA;
On thu Lot containing ft Rooms, Dinlng
moni and KIteheu, etc. The Lot K all
'fenced: water laid on. An uniidiial op
portunity to obtain a Convenient Resi
dence, Cfiy- For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MOKGAX.
Auci on Sales by Lbwis J, Levey.
VTOTICK isheioby given that in nc
X cordaucu wlih the law In euchcasea
inadu mid piovided, 1 will cause to bo
hold the lollniii nitic'en of lloou
Chaiifj Toiij, taken by mo In debtr.tliiliitf
for lent, to wit:
1 Clouk, 1 Medicine Cutter, 1 Itaiuboo
Lounge, 1 .Step Ladder, 1 FoldlngTablu,
'JMjuaiu Tables, 2 Chaiiv, "J Stools, 1
Lamp and a quantity of Medicines and
CV? Sahl sale will take place at the
Auction MdcM coins of Lnwis .1 Li;vi: ,
Auctloueei, corner f Koit and (jueen
Hticets, on FRIDVY, Julv aUlli, at 10
u. ni NG GOOX.
tvt. fv Jx.aiiJUAUu oi win,
V ' Atwater situated ou
DM Kiuau street near corner l'cu
8ucoiu Htrcot. inuuire oi
. .WM.O.' ATWATER.
t'riimliiiiTJxTVwT wrt r rrrt
i 0 itCUo m
HAVE OP UN ID D THEIR
New China, Glass k Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahumanu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Lane AswlMt of New Goods ii "Beiim"
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
33ew Rugs & Carpets,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
T H IG
Oimuiicutul! Kconomieal & Durable!
Eddy's Old Estahmsiiud
Ice Chest! k Refrigerators,
China, Crockery & Giassw;ire,
Plantation Tools, Implements & Supplies
PalntB, Oils tta Varnishes.
Yacuum Oil Co.'s Luorlcatlug Oils I
Always the s'lino; m.iclc by a speeial
pioeess ami always leliuble.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC UAKDWARB CO., L'd.,
Cntmnlus New Block, Fort& Slercltaut stieets.
!04 Fot Street,
Just Received a
Guaranteed to be Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children,
nsy-Tho Al dint) lUiclc Stocking? urn (ho Best Mad -a
S. fiJthl.H II.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort c Hotel MreetH.
We Will Sell THIS WEEK at Reduced Prices
WHITE DRESS GOODS, CORSETS, KID GLOVES,
RIBBONS, FANc, ETC., ETC,
S3 I- K O IV JE
Shoes & Soy's
At Qiuully Heduccd 1'iiccs.
Ol ,i .ilo PoitieiCb at !j0 u I'aii, Black Headed Onpub for Ladies, $5 Heduceil
from $15 and ij20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A new lino of Cliallies nt40o, per yard. -12-incli AH Wool Dress
Goods, in l'luin, Stiipud and Oliecketl, reduced from
ifl to GOo. per yaid, a"
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
tsr DreeemakluE under tho management oi MISS OLAltK, i
r. j. I 'U
General Agent for the IInwuii.ui Inland1.
i32rt:. ' rVKV.tfZJSfri
New Invoice of the
3 Il-l r &i !
Clothing Etc., Etc.
S. EIIRLIC1I & CO.,
Corner Foit & Hotel Bticcts.
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in l?i WV I A u oi