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We,LlLIUOKALANI,by the Grace
of God, Queen of the Hawaiian Isl
ands, agreeably to Article tweuty
eecond of tlie Constitution of the Ha
waiian Kingdom, do hereby appoint,
failing an Heir of Our body, our be
loved Subject and Nit-ee Her Royal
Highness VICTORIA KAWEKIU
KA I ULAN I LUNA LI LO KALANI
NUIA1I1LAPALAPA to he Our Suc
cessor on the Throne after it shall
have pleased God to cull Us hence.
Done at Iolani Palace in Honolulu,
thin ninth day of March, in the
year of Our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and ninety.
By the Queen :
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
573t 10 lit
It has pleased Her Majesty the
Queen to appoint the following gen
tlemen to be members of Her Privy
Council of State :
HON. WILLIAM H. CORNWELL,
HON. RICHARD F. BH'KERTON,
HON. CHARLES B. WILSON,
HON. FRANK S. PRATT,
HON. JOSEPH 0. CARTER.
Iolani Palace, 7th March, 181)1.
:i 3t lo it
School Vacation Kolice.
The regular vacation of all Public
Schools in the Kingdom, at the close
of tho lirst Sclutol Session of the ytsar,
will extend from Friday, the 10th
of April next, to Monday, April 27th.
By Older of the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Oltice, March 5, 1SD1.
55 :u 10 2t
In the Suprtrae Court of !he Hawaiian
By virtue of the power vested in nie
by the Slid Section of the Civil Code,
I hereby order a Special Term of the
Supreme Court to lie held in the Up
stairs Court Room of Aliiolani Hale,
in Honolulu, on MONDAY, the
thirtieth day of March, 1S91, at ten
o'clock a. m. for the hearing of Banco
Witness my hand and the
S , ,f seal of the Supreme Court
aval$ t Honolulu, this third dav
of March, lS'.ll.
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Clerk Supreme Court. 53 lw
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MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1891.
Interesting editorial comments
have been unavoidably crowded out
Complaint? have been made that
persons unknown are cutting the tops
from the iron pine trees in Kapiolatii
I'ark. A dozen or more fine tops of
trees from six to twelve feet high
were scut lo the Bulletin ollice this
morning, which had been cut by
unscrupulous visitors between last
Saturday afternoon and this morning,
on the main road near the residence
of Mr. J. B. Castle. If it has come
to this, mounted police should be
appointed to patrol the park on holi
days. REMEMBERING THE COMRADE.
Mr. Harry Grillin, late quarter
master of the S, S. Australia, died a
year ntro yesterday, while the steamer
was off the harbor. He was buried
in the Catholic Cemetery. Yester
day the ollicers and crew of the Aus
tralia turned out in company to pay
respect to their departed comrade.
The grave was decoiated with all
sorts of llowers, in the shape of au
thors, monograms, etc. Nothing u
to be seen of the jjravu hut u whole
mass and profusion of iI.hmis. A
photograph of the decoiated grave
was (aki n, to he sent lo the dead
bailor'' li. other in t unada.
Advici iieeHed by the J'ari
li.tlllois limn iieini- Amis ale that
the lnAilhiu.nl 1 1 . .i 1 1 -. litis 0 re Willi i
ill I In; pie II. ei of i . . . I . I .it Ulld IlilM
M i ul i d I In' liiiviiii.il' palace. In
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Princess Kaiulani Proclaimed
Successor to the Hawai
ian Throne. .
A Dignified Meeting-The
The (Ini-m's Speech mid Itrply of tlie
Xiibk'H of (he Kiiigdum.
Pursuant to notice promulgated
und published, the House of Nobles
met Her Majesty the (.ueeu this
morning for the purpose of proclaim
ing the successor to the Hawaiian
Throne. The meeting took place in
the throne room ot the Palace at
eleven o'clock. The following No
bles were present: Hons. J. S.
Walker, President of the Legisla
ture; K. 1). Walbiidge, II. P. Bald
win, W. II. Cornwell, W. Y. Horner,
C. J. McCarthy, 1). W. Pua, C. O.
Berger, I., von Tempsky, II. G.
Crabbe, E. C. Maei'arlane, P. P.
Kanoa, James Anderson, J Kau
hane and J. Phillips.
The Nobles were seated in the
At eleven o'clock Her Majesty the
tiiecn entered the room accompanied
by the Prince Consort, Hon. J. O.
liominis ; Hon. A. S. Cleghorn; II.
M.'s Chamberlain, Mr. J. W. Robert
son ; His Ex. lion. Samuel Parker,
Minister of Foreign Affairs; His Ex.
II. A. Widemann, Minister of Fi
nance; His Ex. C. N. Spencer, Min
ister of Interior; His Ex. W. Austin
Whiting, Attorney-General ; Col. J.
II. Boyd, A. 1). C. ; Major Jno. D.
Holt, A. D. C. ; Major II. K. Bertel
uiann, A. D. C. ; Col. lion. Ii. II.
P.aker, A. D. C. Mrs. C. II. Clark,
lady of the Court, was in personal
attendance on Her Majesty the
After the Royal party had entered
the Throne room prayer was offered
by Hon. the Rev. J. Kauhane, alter
w hich Her Majesty the Queen read
the following speech and nomina
Nobles of My Kingdom:
I have called you together to deli
berate on a grave matter of State.
Article 22 of the Constitution calls
upon me to appoint a successor to
the Throne. The name Article calls
for the approval of your Honorable
Body of my appointment.
I now announce to you Our beloved
Niece, Her Royal Highness Victoria
Kawckiu Kaiulani Lunalilo Kalani
nuiahilapalapa as my Successor to
the Throne of the Kingdom, and 1
hope that your deliberations will lead
you to approve of my appointment.
Immediately after wart the royal
party and the Ministers of the Crown
withdrew, leaving the royal nomina
tion to the consideration of the
House of Nobles, as by the Constitu
Under the spirit and letter of the
law the House of Nobles immediate
ly concurred in Her Majesty's nomi
nation, and were received in the Blue
Room of the Palace.
At this audience II. M.'s Cham
berlain, Mr. J. W. Robertson, pre
sented to Her Majesty the Queen,
Hon. J. S. Walker, Noble and Piesi
deut of the Legislature, who then
presented to Her Majesty by name
the members of the House of Nobles
The President of the Legislature
then announced to Her Majesty the
concurrence of the House of Nobles
in Her Majesty's nomination, in the
following words :
We the assembled Nobles of the
Kingdom, hereby approve the ap
pointment by Her Majesty Liliuoka
lani, Queen of the Hawaiian Islands,
of Her Royal Highness Princess Vic
toria Kawckiu Kaiulani Lunalilo Ka
laninuiahilapalapa as Successor to
the Throne of this Kingdom.
Done at Iolaui Palace this 9th day
of March, A. D. 1891.
Jno. S. Wai.kkk,
C. O. Berueu,
D. W. Pua,
E. C. Macfaklanf.,
II. G. Ckabuk,
C. J. McCarthy,
W. Y. HoitxKii,
II. P. Baldwin,
Wm. II. ColtNWF.l.L,
It. D. Walukiimje,
Louis von Tumisky,
(. N. Wilcox,
Paul P. Kanoa,
The meeting of Her Majesty the
Queen and the Nobles of the King
dom this morning is no'uble for the
dignity it displayed und the n spect
it commanded. The Royal Hawaiian
Military Band, the Il iu-.e!iold Guard
and royal attendants were ail in full
Hon. J. M. Homer, one of the
Hawaii Nobles, di I not attend. Tlie
fi. Mowing Nobles are absent from the
Kiiiudomt lions. Paul Isenbeig, R.
li. Hind, E. A. liuichurdt, Jos.
Mal'sden und E. .'duller.
Till: I'lllllT AMA ! HN.
Immediately after the nieiiioiiy
ill ihe I'lilat-e, ihe lb raids went foil It
i til pill. Ill l p. i I'll. II Mil' III i: Ap III-
! ml. I mL ,1 II li.ij.l, it'll ol Ihe
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succession of l'rincess Kaiulani. It
being a little after twelve o'clock
many people were in the streets,
whose curious attention was attracted
by the Heralds. .
While the proclamation was thus
being uuule, a royal salute was fired
by the Hawaiian battery and tho
United States warships Mohican and
Iroquois, in honor of the Heir Ap
parent. lion. A. S. Cleghorn, father of
Princess Kaiulani, entertained a
lumber of friends and the Heralds
at luncheon at the British Club. The
health of his royal and popular
daughter and his own health was
Will you kiudly give space for the
"The writ of mandamus issued by
the Supreme Court, commanding the
President of the Board of Trustees
of the Anglican Church to call a
meeting was not quashed by the ap
peal against it, but up to the present
date the Bishop has not called the
meeting of the Trustees."
The foregoing, which appeared in
the last issue of the Anglican Church
Chronicle, takes the palm for lack of
truth und veracity, and i9 no doubt
intended by the writer to mislead
unprejudiced minds by withholding
ceitain tacts well known lo him.
Whether the meeting of the Board of
Trustees, called and held last No
v 'inber, was or was not a sullicient
answer to the mandate of the Su
preme Court (the writer above men
tioned presumes it was not), is a
matter not for him but for the Court
to decide. That question not being
submitted to, was never decided by,
the Supreme Court. Not satisfied
with becoming a prosecutor, said
writer wants to become judge and
executioner as well.
Fa ik Play.
n Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
On WEDNESDAY, March 11,
A r 10 UTl. 0 K A. M.,
1 will fell at Public Auction at the resi
dence of Mr. A. II. Jtaseinan, Kinau
street, near Alapai, the whole ol his
Household Furniture, consisting of
UUmI Hoom ?jet,
Child's Cot, Spring Mattrass,
Lounge, Parlor Furniture,
Mosipiilo Nets, Pictures, Hugs,
Chest of Drawers, Bedding,
I amps, Crockery, i;atting,
Move it Kitchen Utensils,
Gai'ilcn Hose, F.le., Ele.
LEWIS .). LEVEY,
57 i t Auctioneer.
tOU Si ALE
OA A rilOIOH Pieces Music, of the
w U V' best compilers, to be solil very
die ip. in single pieces or the whole lot.
A. .1. SCIIKKIBEK,
Watchmaker, under ".Arlington," Ho
tel street. " C7 2t
I Oil .--ALE
kx . OL'SK Lot on Beretania
ff,';- -IJ- street, near Thomas
K5ral Square, 84x170. Well shaded
and fenced, water laid on. Apply to
F. S DOUGIC.
57 lw Survey Olliee.
r.NDEIl THU AUSl'ICKS OF THE
TO UH lllil.D AT THE
New Baseball Ground,
Tuesday, ?1arch 17,
Cuii:nie K'inz ::l ' V. H.
I'ltOCJ It M:
100 Yard Uun,
Kuimmg Iiro id Jump,
Kunniiig Hup, Step and Jump,
Putting the Shot,
Throwing the Hammer,
Punnimj llih Jump,
12(1 'Yard Hurdle Knee.
J3" A g ild medal for first prize
ii ml a, silver medal for second prize
will he given in each of the above
S&TEVENTS OPEN TO ALL-a
Competitors must deposit, One (ifl)
Dollar as an cm ry feu to show good
will, which will he returned upon
their coin pet in;: at the course. Tie r
1 1 1 1 1 1. lie two slarfers in each event ill
order to secure the lirst prize, and
thi'i e in order to secure tlie second
3J Kntrie are now open at C. J.
McCarthy's, 1'Vnt street, and will close
Maich lti'.h, at I o'rl.iek.
Admission to (irnun l Tp e !
RosB'ved Sea i f r L -din !
tW 'I h'- ll'i.v.il Hawaiian Land
V .il In' in ul I. ltd. Hire.
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Damaged Corrugated Iron!
On WED NESDAY, March 11,
AT 1S O'CLOCK XOO.V
t llioivev'tt W'hui.f T nill dull nt Plllilill
Auction for account .of whom it may
Ms of Cor. Iran Mil
Mzes 6, 7, 8 and 9:
Damaged by fresh water on yoyaje pr
British bark "Fl'eshir."
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
57 2t Auctioneer.
Messrs H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Having received instructions to close
several consignments, will hold a
Credit Auction Sale for that purpose,
ut their Store on Fort s reet,
March 11th and 12th,
Commencing at 10 o'clock A. M. Each Day.
When will he offered a Fine Assort
New Fancy Goods,
Dry Goods, Hardware,
iiii'S, Bs'rs, Etc, Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
57 2t Auctioneer.
CO MPAX y ,
ON A WKEKLY PAYMENT OF
We will givo u 4 oz. Coin Silver,
patent dust and waterproof Cise with
a Nickel 1 S. Hartlctt movement,
pendant set, 15 ruby jewels, 4 p'.iirs in
gold setting, Canipeu's balance, pa
tent regulator, Ureq. hair spring, hard
and tempered in form, for
gjETThese Watehes are HAIL
KOAD IIMK KEEl'EKS, and the
Best and Cheapest oiler that bus ever
been made in this line. All who
want an excellent time-keeper, should
join this Club at once. Every mem
ber gets his Watch within 15 weeks.
A. J. SCHKEIUER,
55 2v Hotel Street, Arlington.
Has just arrived with other fine
Havana Cigars !
Such as VIKGILIO, IRMA, FLORA, &e.
FOlt SALK BY
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
NEW YORK LINE !
VN At Vessel will he desiiatelied in
this line to sail from New York in
all the month of .May.
J8t2T For further information apply to
CASTLE & COOKE,
Honolulu, 11. 1.
Or to W. II. Crossman & Buo.,
77 & 7! Broad St., New York.
'M1E patrons of the Oceanic S. S. Co.
1. are hereby iniiilled that hereattivi
no round trip or excursion tickets will
be issued fur any of the througli mail
Pleaiiieis. These tickets will, however,
l.u issued as customary for the local
strainers "Australia" and Zealuudiit."
I'asseimers who hold round trip tickl
and wish to take the through mail
sieainer will be charged an extia fare of
J 'er order of the Oeeanlo S. S. Co.
Wm. G, WW IN & CO.,
51 If General AgtuiU.
MUTUAL TEIEPHONE CO,
M'I I'lAI. liiee.hiu of the tue
lllillli'la l. I lilt .Mllllllll I I'll'llllillll!
I il will he held mi I Kill Y, Alllll'll
I ilk, ill In o'i l.u k 4. VI , ill Hie Cum.
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WE HAVE RECEIVED Ex "AUSTRALIA" THE FINEST
Direct from the makers, ever shown in this Kingdom.
In Plain & Cut Class Containers.
ALL SIZES ! -mot ALL PRICES 1
IO oi t Strict, : :
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO,, L'd..
IMl'OETEKS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Crockery, Glassware,
2, 3 and 4-Light Chiuuleliers and Electroliers, Metal and Glass
Lamps, Lamp Fixtures,
PAINTS, OILS & VARNISHES.
Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil, Mecca Engine and Cylinder Oils, Dynamo Oils, Powder,
Shot and Caps, Chamberlain's Patent Machine-loaded Cartridges,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware, Table Cutlery,
George Westenhohn's Pocket Knives, Wade & Butcher's Razors,
Plows, Planters' Steel Hoes and othei Agricultural Implements, Handles,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe and Bolt Cutting;
Rubber Hose, either Plain or Wire Bound; Spiinklers and Stands;
New "Easy" Pennsylvania Lawn Mowers, High Grass Cultera;
Manila and Sisal Rope.
Hartman's Steel Wire Fence and Wire Mats,
Neal's Carriage Paints,
W. G. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges and Fire and Burglar-proof Safes,
Gate City Stone Filters,
New Process Twist Drills.
It is made of Steel and will last, longer and give better satisfaction
than any other manufactured.
NEW GOODS received by every Steamer. NO OLD GOODS IN STOCK!
Orders from the other Islands solicited and promptly filled. 1-91
J. L. MEYER,
House and Decorative Painter.
Paper llsuiging a Specially.
130 For i - - 5 iortolulu.
dec-24 1 (Opposite Club Stables). 1890
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
ICIVIIAIti A. MftVt'KiV.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since its organization TWO HUNDRED AND NINETY MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
t& For full particulars apply to
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CATS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
KroH iio Oil A LO 1 1 A .'
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware. Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
.1 a I A I r o i :
FEHTIl Zl US: Hlil. hd.ur. Iu-.m.U,,! I'muian l.u.i -in, ill I. nduil'. hp,-, j Can. M uuiie,
l.Otl,UN I'UMrH tl Ubi'lUil lI'-H ) el I'l I I'lain. I ullull ,V I 'iiilkel Wi.,lll, III
bCKWU r X I t MlNA I liK: In n.- H N..xi..,., W . . I a h. n,U..
ISAii; mi-.ii, line, I'.i II). i mi,i. v t i I f,!M'AKVA;, MAVY AKUM
Ml TtH PHt.'U iTUI Hi t I ' d, I In 1. 1 I. II llr. .i. -I ili.jn i-W i I.i Ml ln.ili'. i.,l ,il. li kl Of.
Ji.iliiiilnl Wuivr I'ljin, riiMtui.il il linn, 1 1 iir lir, I Iuliiu", Mi' , III
Honolulu. II. 1
Admitted by everyone to be the
very best Windmill in existence.
iW;'-:'?V WELSH STEAM COAL,
s fk v. .4 "" CEMENT, LIME,
-. ' FIRE CLAY,
And see their Souvenir of Hawaiian
Islands, a collection of
FIFTY-SIX OF THE
His late Majesty and Queen Kapio-
l nii. Palace,
Kesidenee ol Princess Ituth,
Koyal Hawaiian Hotel,
Palm Groves, Uocoauut Groves,
Volcano, Volcano House,
Lulu Dancers, Harbor,
Ltc, ate., Etc., Etc.
JBS? Just the thiug to send abroad.
PRICE $1 EACH.
THOItOUG 1 1 BBED
Ros?cnmb White Locjhorns,
White-faced Black Spaniih,
Sittings of Kggs of any of the above fine
bred fowls for sale.
ALSO, FOR SALE TIIOKOUOHIIUKD
Berkshire & Poland-China Pigs.
C. W. MACFARLANE.
Bell 26 -TELEPHONESsfeg- Mutual 603
Per Bark "CHARLOTTE," a number of
From the celebrated factory of
C. BECHSTEIN, London & Berlin;
Kow ready for inspection.
FOU SALE 11Y
M, HACKFEL& & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Oruiskeen Lawn !
A FHESH LOT OF THIS
In Stone Jars and Glass;
Just received and for sale, in bond or
duty paid, by
CONSALVES & CO.
37 1 in
OF NEW YORK.
ralii Poultry Yard
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SI LV ERWARE, STATIONERY,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
RED BRICK, ETC.
tlitiil' CuUt is & into Knivt 8.
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