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FK1DAY, OCT. 21, 1892.
FOUR HUNDRED YEARS AGO.
Four hundred years ago to-day,
October 21, 1192, Christopher Colum
bus discovered America, landing on
tho island of San Salvador. This is
tho most momentous anniversary
over reached by Amorica, as on il all
tho sublime events succeeding in tho
New "World depend. The event is
signalized especially in tho United
States to-day by tho dedication of
tho World's Pair buildings and
grounds at Chicago, where next year
tho grandest assemblage of all na
tions, and tho most extensive exhibi
tion of tho products of art, industry
and commorco tho world has over
soon is promised with every prospect
of realization. Little Hawaii owes
so much to tho chief nation of Amer
ica that it might havo been expected
sho should havo indulged in a little
jubilation this day. All that is
heard of, however, is au appropriate
celebration by Oahu College. This
is peculiarly fitting on the part of
that institution, an outcome, as it is,
of tho civilization introduced by
American missionaries, and whoso
upbuilding, to its present creditable
status, is duo to tho earnest and self
sacrificing work of tho descendants
of those worthies. Surety oven a
band concert, if nothing more, might
havo boon given by way of a public
celebration of tho great anniversary.
Tho following exhibits will show
the state of tho Hawaiian Treasury
for tho quartor ending September
30, 1892, as compared with tho cor
responding quartor of 1891:
" 1S92. .
Treasury Balance, 1S91
" " 1892.
Receipts from loans, 1891.
" " " 1892
$1 10,755 21
if 93,10) 24
. 50,000 00
Although tho expenditures were
less by over $93,000 this year, they
included the largo extraordinary
items of 21,090.03 for dredging the
harbor and 13,319.59 for expenses of
the Legislature, a total of $31,109.(2.
The Legislature's cost cannot bo
helped, unless it might be lightened
a bit. It is only- to bo hoped tho re
sults will onablo the work to bo
styled reproductive. What has boon
spent on the harbor dredging repre
sents a permanent public improve
ment of an importance to bo only
fully realized in tho future. It is an
expenditure that meets with a unan
imity of approval from all quarters
The returns for tho past quartor
do not represent the full amount of
contraction in national finances.
There are accounts outstanding
against appropriations that havo
been some time exhausted, which
in the aggregate form a debt
under tho circumstances somo
what formidable. It is reassuring
to notice that tho amount borrowed
in tho last quarter is 155,800 loss
than in tho corresponding tiino last
year. While the mention of a natio
nal loan, liowovor, creates an un
intelligent horror in tho minds of
many people, thoro are circum
stances where judicious borrowing
becomes part of tho highest order
of financiering. If a loan of, say,
$500,000 to $1,000,000 could bo in
expensively floated either at homo
or abroad, or both, at a saving in
interest on present indebtedness
bearing iutorost, it would bo a groat
relief for what need only bo regarded
as a temporary depression. This re
lief with tho economy that must bo
realized, in bringing ordinnty ex
penditures within ordinary revenue,
would soon bring tho country into
smooth water again.
A loan is not tho only relief that
should bo sought. Measures for
increasing tho revenue without
imposing too onerous burdens
should bo devised. If ovor wo got
comploto free trade with tho United
States, such measures will bo au ab
solute necessity, to mako up for tho
loss of revenue from imports. An in
come tax, for instance, should not bo
deemed an unreasonable expedient.
Tho income qualification of voters for
Nobles might bo mado tho basis, as
the minimum income to bo taxed.
This would mako thoso who elect
half of tho Legislature pay for that
high privilege. It might go far to
ward mitigating that burning sonso
of injustice, which finds bitter voice
at every election, felt by thoso who
do not have tho Noble franchise
And it would tend greatly to pro
duce a patriotic conservatism in tho
people who exercise that great pow
er, as, when thoy had to pay some
thing for it, thoy would doubtless
lo more solicitous oyer tho manner
in which tho public rovonuoa woro
expended. A (ax of ono-quartor or
ovon ono-half porcont on incoinos of
.?600 and over would not bo a griov
ous burden, surely.
A South Son Parliament.
News from the Horvoy Group by
tho S. S. Richmond states that tho
newly-constituted nativo Parliament
of the Horvoy Group Federation
concluded its sittings at HarotouKa
on tho 9th .luly. Tho proceedings
included some interesting legisla
tion. To Pou to liaugi, who rocontly
visited Auckland, acted as speaker,
and tho debating was throughout
conducted in a fair and ordorly
manner. Tho House throw out a
divorco bill, alleging that each is
land in tho group should mako that
a local subject, and retrenched two
They adopted a flag for the Feder
ation, authorized Queen Makoa's
head to bo placed on tho postago
stamps, passed addresses of wolcomo
to Lord Glasgow, Governor of Now
Zealand, and to Mr. F. J. Moss,
British Resident, thanking him for
guidance. Tho Parliament also
passed tho Appropriation Act, under
which a portion of tho Government
surplus of $7000 will be appropriat
ed for roads, education ami public
works. A Parliament House is to bo
erected; as at present tho only build
ing available for tho nativo legisla
tors is tho jail. A Karotongan cor
respondent writes us regarding tho
Parliament as follows: "Tho most
important proceedings wero voting
and deciding by majority. .This is,
indeed, a great point gained. Form
erly, a chief by objecting could stop
the whole proceedings. Within a day
or two of its close, one of the Faro
tonga members sent in his resigna
tion because 'ho was not listened to,'
thinking by so doing ho would upset
all that had been done. Much to
his horror and disgust Parliament
wont on without him." Samoa
Stage, Song and Show.
Messrs. Lyon and Healy, of Chi
cago, have constructed a mandolin,
of which tho tone-chamber is half a
cocoanut shell. Exports say tho tone
of thoso instruments is very lino.
Messrs. Lyon and Healy (says tho
Piano Trades Journal) are also ex
perimenting with wood-fibre for uso
in banjos in place of tho orthodox
old sheepskin that has done duty for
so long. Tho material is manu
factured from wood-pulp, and can
be shaved down to any required
Go-Won-Go-Mohawk is tho curious
name of a North American Indian
actross, who is going to England
noxt year to act in a drama called
"Tho Indian Mail Carrier." Sho
opens on April 10 at the Shakespearo
Theatre, Liverpool. An admirer de
scribes Go-Won-Go-Mohawk as
straight as an arrow, graceful as a
fawn, powerful as an amazon, the
possessor of a sweet voice, and a
proficient performer on several musi
At tho Theatre Royal, Plymouth,
last month a largo bouquet was
handed over tho footlights to Mr. C.
Arnold's little girl during the pro
gress of "Hans the Boatman." With
tho bouquet was this letter: "This
Bokio I have Presented 3-our daugh
ter hoping ovory success To you If
3'ou Wish To seo mo I ham in Tho
Cornor by tho Drum Man I suppose
you do not want a boy to mind your
dog if you do I would like to Trawl
with you if you Want ouo Would
you send Answer by a boy Around."
Australian Star, Sept. 30.
An Infant Phenomenon.
An infant phenomenon has been
discovered at Plaisanco, a suburb of
Paris, in tho person of a little girl
called Jeauno Eugenie Moroau, aged
only 5, but endowed with a most ex
traordinary memory. Sho is a walk
ing encyclopedia on all matters ap
pertaining to the history ot J' ranee,
and especially of the groat revolu
tion; is an adopt also in natural his
tory, and at tho same time answers
without hesitation or error, practical
questions about cooking, gardoning
and household management.
The youthful prodigy was born in
Paris in January, 1887, her father,
Philippe Moreau, being a humble
laborer, but descended from a revo
lutionary hero whoso naino figures
in tho annals of 1789, and who was
decorated by Gonoral do Lafayette
after tho taking of tho Bastillo. Ow
ing to the poverty of her progenitor
Eugenie Moroau was adopted by a
widow Mine. Callay who, noticing
the retentive faculties of tho child
cultivated and developed them with
assiduity until tho phenomenon has
become capable of passing a stiff
competitive examination and of put
ting to shame many a schoolboy or
schoolgirl of inaturor years and more
expensive education. Tho fato of
Eugonio Moroau will no doubt bo
that, rosorved for all intellectual pro
digies of years. Sho will bo exhibit
ed to scientific men and reported
upon; sho will probably receive an
offer from an enterprising showman,
and in all likelihood Eugenie, should
sho survive academical testings nnd
public examinations, will eventually
settle down to the life of a school
mistress a calling for which her mar
volous memory will preeminently fit
her. Paris Letter to London Telegraph.
m m im
A Good Thing to Keep at Hand.
From the Troy Kanms) Chief,
Some j'oars ago wo wore very much
subject to sovoro spells of cholera
morbus; and now when wo fool any
of tho symptoms that usually pro
ceed that ailment, such as sickness
at tho stomach, diarrhoea, etc., wo
bocomo scary. Wo havo found Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhcua Remedy tho very thing to
straighten one out in such cases, and
always keop it about. Wo are not
writing this for a pay testimonial,
but to lot our readers know what is
a good thing to keep handy in the
house. For salo bj' all dealers.
Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
Tho raw whito of anogg, in almost
ovory instance, will dislodge a fish
bone or anything else which may be
come lodged in the throat.
Extra Minco Pies at tho "Elite."
Hon. S. Parkor has a notico in this
Root Boor on draught at Benson
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy
street for salo.
has lots on Liliha
.7. F. Morgan will hold an under
writer's salo to-morrow at noon.
A two-wheolod cart with springs,
also a leader harness, is wanted.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Ss Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store forni-rly occupied
by Frank Gertz.
J. F. Morgan will sell a Regan
Vapor, launch on Monday noxt at
his salesroom at noon.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovorin &
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
street. Lodging by tiny, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Marshal C. B. Wilson has ordered
two sales under executions issued
out of tho Polico Court totako place
on Oct. 22d, and Nov. 12th. Parti
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will ro
sumo giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Hesidonco, Alaltoa street,
near the Y. M. C. A.
Little Harry Morritt, tho cele
brated boot polisher, has arrived
from tho Coast and has resumed
business at tho old Union stand.
Merchant streot, and will be glad
to seo his old patrons.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
koa streot, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, premises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Office hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 4,
and evenings G to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Uoll telophono 197 ; Mutual (582.
J. F. Morgan will sell certain pro
perty described elsewhere under fore
closure of mortgage on Wednesday
next at his salesroom, at 12 noon, by
order of Bruco and Alex. J. Cart
wright, executors of tho estate of A.
The Iiibel Suit.
Daniel Logan, editor of this paper,
appeared before tho Polico Justice
this morning, to answer tho charge
of criminal libel against tho Ameri
can Minister. Doputy Attorney
General Croighton appeared for tho
Crown and asked that defendant
bo remanded till Tuesday. Tho re
quest was mado at tho instance of
Mr. Hatch, counsel for dofondant,
who was engaged at tho Supremo
Court, and it was granted.
Porsons troubled with chronic
diarrhoea should try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ro
med3'. Many cases havo beou cured
by it aftor all olso had failed and
skilled phj'sicians woro powerless.
For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
with Snriiii"1. alo a. sec
ond-hand Leader Harness.
551-3t H. W. SOHMIDT it SONb.
IS REQUESTED THAT ALL
claims of every nature and description
against the uiulorsifirieil bo sent to Messrs.
1. C. .Tones and Godfrey Jlrown at as early
a dato as possible.
Honolulu, Out. 17, 1892. 651-lw
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECU
tlon issued outof tho Police Court, on
the 12th day of October, A. D. 1802, against
liento Jose iKiiaeio, defendant, in favor of
Gunsulvos it Co., nluintiir, for the sum of
$105.21, 1 havo levied upon and shall oxiiose
lor sale at tho Police Station, in tho District
of Honolulu, Island of Oaliu, at 12 o'clock of
SATURDAY, tho I2thday of November, A.
D. 1802, to tho highest bidder, all tho right,
title and interest of tho said liento Jose
Ignacio, defendant, in and to the following
property, unless said judgment, interest,
costs and my expenses bo previously paid.
List of property for sale:
Sundry Groceries, Crockery, etu,, stock in
trade of aforesaid liento Jose Ignacio. 1
Show Case, '1 Scales and Weights, and 1
Wagon, and 1 Set of Old Harness.
(Signed) C. II. WILSON,
Honolulu, Oct. 15, 1K92. 551-lt
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXEOU
tion issued out of the Supremo Court.
on tho li'Jil day of July, A. D. 1802, against
S. Paaluhi, dofondant, In favor of Anl,
iilalntlll', for the sum of $140.(15 with legal
Interest thereon from aforesaid date, 1 havo
levied upon ami shall expose for sale at tho
Polico Station, in tho District of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, ut 12 o'clock of SATUR
DAY, tho 22d day of October, A. D. 1802,
to tho highest bidder, all the right, title
and interest of tho said S. Paaluhi, defen
dant, in and to tho following Property,
nuless said judgment, Interest, costs and
my expenses bo previously paid.
List of Property for salo:
All the right, title and Interest of said S.
Paaluhi In and to thoso Pieces and Parcels
of Lund situate In Palama, described as
(1) 8-100 Aero being a part of A nana
Elua of Royal Patont 1500, No. 1371, to Ra
ima; tho same premises being conveyed to
Louisa Paaluhi, wife of said S, Paaluhi, by
J. Alapal by deed dated April 20, 188(1.
(2) 1-10 Aero being K of Annua Ekahi,
Royal Patent 087, Land Commission Award
No. 1188 to Kelllpueaiua; the samo pre
mises being conveyed to Louisa Paafuhl
and S. Paaluhi, by deed of W. C. Achl,
dated March 25, 1800.
1H02 Liber 121)1
(Signed) (WAS. 11. WILSON,
Honolulu, Sopt. 21, 1802. 630-St
elves notice that he has bouidit the
restaurant formerly owned by Lam Kail
and known as tho "lluy View Resort," and
ho hereby gives notice that ho will not ho
responsible for any of tho debts of said
Lam Kan. lam Kan will sign tho bill of
sale on October 10, 1802.
Honolulu, Oct. 3, 1802. 638-lw
How doos he feol ? He feels
cranky, and is constantly experi
menting, dieting himself, adopting
strange notions, and changing the
cooking, the dishes, the hours, and
manner of his eating August
Flower tho Remedy.
How doos he fool ? He feels at
times a gnawing, voracious, insati
able nppetitc.wholly unaccountable,
unnatural and unhealthy. August
Flowor the Remedy.
How doos ho feel ? He feels no
desire to go to the table and a
grumbling, fault-finding, over-nicety
about what is set before him when
he is there: August Flowor tho
How doos ho feol ? He feels
after a spell of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhorrence, loathing,
and detestation of food ; as if a
mouthful would kill him August
Flowor tho Remedy.
How does ho feel? He has ir
regular bowels and peculiar stools
August Flowor the Romody.
Members of Lodge Le Progres
de l'Oceanie No, 124,
HAVE DECIDED TO GIVE A
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 18S2
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let of Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rr.il im m I? , 13 , -vm Dim
urban Citl:it? 011 N'nii- .tfc2-VJV .
uruan ixjuago on .Mill- Xfr.-irirz. ,W
btrcet. ndiolnimr thoffTi.-tfcKSi-
residence of Mr. Thomas yi-sbhiEB-
Soronon. nlcclv imnulntpil and with airrec-
able surroundings, suited to a small family
and within an easy remove from the heat
of tho City. Terms ljls per month.
AN I OE COT'i'AO E W ITH
pleasant grounds on
llerctania street, a few doors
from Kec.iumoku street, re-l
cently occupied by Sirs. Carnoy, entrances
from Young anil Boretnnia streets. House,
Stables and Outhouses all complete, and
In lirst-class order. Street Cars pass the
front door every twenty minutes. Terms
$22 per month, Including water rut cm.
1HAT PIECE OF
pertv unimproved, nitu
on tho Diamond Head
side of Mr. H. J. Nolte's pre
mises at Kaploiam Park, containing an
area of about -1 acres, suitable for a vege
table gardeiif chicken ranch, etc.
THE OFFICE ltEOENT
ly occupied by Judge
j. ai. jjaviiibuu, u jiaanu
maiiu street. In the heart of
the business center, and a fluo onnortunitv
for a lawyerorbuslnessniun. Thesoolllces
havo always found ready tenants.
NOTE Before seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, It will pay you to scan our
column, and to at once consult tho under
signed at their otllce.
WWo keep property in lirst-class con
dition. Our terms ure .moderate and as
landlords we will always be found reason
able In our dealings.
gW Apply in each case to
BR00E or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
'Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
J. W. GUNST, M. D.
Has removed to Dr. Foote's premises anil
ollice, corner of Punchbowl and Bcre-
tania streets, during Ills absence,
(From 0 to 11:80 a, m.j
(2 to ft and 7 to 8 i-. h,
W. A. WALL,
SUIlVKVOll (LtTK WITH TIIK (lOVKKNMU.NT
P. O. Box 103. Mutual Tele. -110.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AT 12 O'CLOOK NOON,
At Wlldcr's Carpenter Shop, 1 will sell at
Public Auction, for account of
whom it may concern
l Freiglit Boat
Damaged on Stmr. "Klimu."
OT" TERMS CASH I
65 1-1 1
On SATURDAY, Oct. 22d,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At tho Premises, corner of Punchbowl
streot nnd Printer's Lane, opposite Palace
Walk, 1 will sell at Public Auction,
1 Convenient Cottage
Stable & Carriage House
Formerly used as tho King's Stable.
10- Buildings to bo removed within 10
days from day of sale.
AUCTION SALE OF
Regan Vapor Launch!
On MONDAY, Oct. 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOOK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, I will ell
at Public Auction
1 REGAN VAPOR LAUNCH
In thorough good order,
The vessel is
Al and nearly new.
CSF" The Boat can bo seen at anfv time
previous to sale. For further particulars
AUCTION" SALE OE
By order of Mr. E. D. Tcnney, Executor,
and William O. Smith, Esq., Administra
tor with Will Annexed of the Estate of
Parker N. Makco, deceased, I will soil at
On MONDAY, Oct. 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my Salesroom, Honolulu,
Fifty-eight and One-half Shares
of the Stock of the Wai-
hee Sugar Co.
Of the Par Valuo of $1000 per Share.
?- TEKMS CASH I
For further particulars innuire of
i. i.. lenney, or vt . u. Hiniin.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 18!)2.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Sale.
Notice is heieby given thnt pursuant to a
power of sale contained in a certain mort
gagu dated March 1ft, A. D. Ib'M, made by
WILLIAM C. ACHI of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, to Alexander .1. Cartwright, late
of bald Honolulu, deceased, recorded In the
urn jionoiiiiii, ucceaseo, rccorucu iniue
ce of the Registrar of Conveyances, in
er t'A folios 201-2U:t, Brnce Cartwright
I Aloumlur.l. Cartwright, Executors of
and .Alexander . I. uartwrig
and Trustees under the Will of the said
Alexander .1. C.irtwiight, deceased, intends
to foreclose said mortgage for a breach of
tho conditions in said mortgage contained,
to wit: the non-payment of both tho prin
cipal and interest when due.
Notice is also hereby given that all and
singular the lands, tenements and heredi
taments In s.iid mortgage contained and
described will bu sold at Public Auction, at
tho Salesroom of .Tamos F. Morgan, on
Queen street, in said Honolulu, on WED
NESDAY, the 2lth day of October, A. D.
18!)2, at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
Tho property In said mortgage Is thus
1. IiO-100 of an ucro at Kalawahine, Ho
nolulu, Oahu, and conveyed to said Wil
liam C. Achl by deed of Bishop A:, Co,,
April 20th, 18si), and recoided in Liber 112,
2. 18-100 of an acre at Kalawahine, Ho
nolulu, Oahu, and oonveyed to said Wil
liam 0. Achl by deed of Bila Kawaa, Liber
107, page 125.
.'I. 'iyi acres at Kapaakca, Honolulu,
Oahu, and conveyed to said William 0.
Achl by deed of Lam Chung Wa, January
,11st, lhs'.l, and recoided in I.lbor 111, pugo
1. 3 acres at Kapaakea, Honolulu, Oahu,
and convoyed to said William 0, Aohi by
deed of Mary Hyde, Liber 111), pago 1121.
5. 378 acres at Kcalakoino. Puna, Ha
waii, and convoyed to said William 0. Achl
by deed of Joe Malm, October 18, 18S8, and
recorded in Libor lift, page 88,
l). 12(1 acres in Kealakomo. Puna, Ha
waii, and conveyed to said William O. Achl
by deed of Wailehua, October 0, 1888, and
recorded in Liber 118, pago 281,
BHUCE CAUTWItinllT and ALEX
ANDER J. CARTWKiailT, Execu
tors of and Trustees under the Will
of Aloxandor.L Cartwright, deceased,
Terms Cash, Deeds at oxpent-e of pur
For further particulars apply to
J. M. moVhahhat,
Attorney for Bruco Cartwright and Alex
ander J, Cartwright, Executors of and
Trustees under the Will of Alexander
J. Cartwright, Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, October 1st, 18!)2.
A SECOND - HAND
Phaeton; must be in
Thorough Repair and of
Stylish Appearance. Aimlv to
650-1 1 W. L. HOPPER.
A FURNISH ED APART
nient, private family
iireforrcd, Apply, stating
terms to "Hiawatha," Hul
Teiiiple of Fashion
TWO SPECIAL SALES
Wednesday & Thursday, 6ct. 19 & 20,
Will be Closed Out at
OT OF EVERY
Velvets, Velveteens, a
Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons,
Ruching, Satins & Silks
' " .A.t eu G-reat. Sacrifice !
Everything Must Go Next Friday ! ttto8- No Reserve on the Above Goods !
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Slock., Fort Street.
1. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
REPARE for CHOLERA
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Copperas, Chloride of Lime,
Contly's Fluid, Sanitas,
Bromo-Chloralum, Carbolic Acid,
ETO., ETO., ETO., ETO.
113 & 115 Fort St.,
Manufacturers' Cost !
Temple of "Fasliion..
Honolulu, H. I,