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BP: ' BY AUTHORITY.
School Vnnttioii Nntiee.
'I hi' icjjnhir Vacation nf all I'uhlie
School iii the Kindiim. at ilu1 cloce
of tin first chool sosion of (lie vein,
will extend fiom KIM DAY, ilii Sth.
to MON'UAY, the 2iHh of Apnl nci.
l!y oidci of flic Ho.uil oi Eiluei
liuil. V. .IAS. SMITH.
Olliee ol till' Ho.itil of Kiltlciilinn,
Mmeli 21. 1892. 375 21-13 2t
TUESDAY, MARCH 22, US92.
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DUtUlUI L'llHIU TUIIUUI IL'ilUIIVI j
wlio were Inspeetois of Election enme
to town lo iitteiul the Nobles' election
trial. Tlicy look the notices of the
heating pencil on llieiu a having
tho elfoot of sub)(uinib. huii they
appealed in Court nobody beeined to
want them. Now they ate puzzled to
know who is responsible for their
expense-.. Whethet the blunder
that has taken llioui from their duties
is theirs or not is a problem for the
In the midst of the lively brce.e
of local interest in the news of the
fresh Behring Sua dilliculty, a tepoit
got about town that the U. S. Hag
ship San Fiancisco was oideied lo
sail for San Kianoiseo without delay.
The lepoit pioves to lie false. It
originated, probably, in the novv& that
the Yorktown was ordeied to San
Francisco. II. B. M. S. l'heasant,
however, which was expected to re
main until the ai rival of tlie tlagslnp
Wai-pite, received sailing ordeis by
the steamei Atisti.ilia.
An item in our toieign news le
peats the often contiadicted .story
that the Tiust has ab-oibed all the
competing lelineries. The Bn.t.i.iiN
representative called on Hon. V. G.
Jiwin to asceitain if thcie were any
truth in the repoit as to bpreckels'
letinerier. Mi. Irwin liad just ie
teived a private letter, which, not
being intended foi publication, has
noihiug of the politic about it. The
letter states that the Fumkliii refinery
of I'hiladelphia had joined the Trust,
leaving Spreekels he only competitor
""SniuTgrear corporation. ' I'm ther,
it quotes Col. Claus Spieckels as
.saying his refineries would never join
the Trust while he lived. This should
be a settler lor the haekucy ed reports
The following passengers by the
S. S. Australia are leaistered at the
Mrs E 1' Baker, Ihlo, Hawaii;
.lohii II Illiss, Erie, Fa; V D Chirk,
San Francisco, A L Claik and wife,
and Mi- Claik, Copenhagen, N Y;
Misses lieue and .Maude Uougall,
McVille, California; C II Eliot, Wis
consin, lT S; Miss Goetig, San Fran
cisco; Dr V II German and wile,
Chicago; ;' M Ilubbell, Desnioiues,
Iowa; Jas McNeil and wife, San
Francisco; D Martin. Oakland, Y
Mattiesson, F V Mattiesson, wife,
daughlei and maid, and Miss Mat
tiesson, La Salle; Misses M L and K
Mitchler, San Francisco; Robert
Niyh and wife, Misses M and Daisy
G Nish, Glasgow, Scotland ; II A and
Miss Paiker, Chicago; C II Perkins,
Desnioines, Iowa; A W Simpson, Jr,
Mrs A V and .Miss Jebsie Simpson,
Stockton, Cal, C YV Smith, Omaha;
Mis Austin and Miss lleda S Sperry,
and II B Sperry, San Fiancisco; FP
Tibbits, Wisconsin, U S; Mrs K 1$
Vanncva, Boston, Mass ; Miss Ilamill,
Chicago; F Bungey, London; K
Klein, La Salle.
Fire Mel to tint VVIiulliii; Itiii'K An.
Two nights ago at nine o'clock the
whaler Andrew Hicks lying off this
harbor was discovered by the crew
to be on lite. The discovery was
miulo just in time to save the vessel
fioiu total destiuction She was
only saved by tho pioiupt aim sticn
nous efforts of the sailors.
Most of the men were aloft sky
larking when the lire was discovered,
only two or thiee of them being be
low. Yet there was no clue as to the
actual perpetiatoi, although no
doubt that Ihc act was inccudiaiy.
'J ho Audievv Ilieks has sailed foi the
FOR THE QUEEN UF HAWAII.
There is now on exhibition in
Kohler &. Chase's vvnreiooms, 28 and
JIOO'Fuiiell street, a giaml piano
made of Havvaiiuii Islands woodn by
.1 and 0. Fischer of Now Yoik for
Queen Liliuokaluui. The instrument,
which will be used in the palace at
Honolulu, was ordeied through J.
II. Sopcr of the Hawaiian Nnws Com
pany and will be forwarded to its
destination by the next steamer.
Sun Fiancisco C'iroiiiclc.
ky l no piano ai rived by the Austra-
- lhi. As it is verv heavv. It will not
piobably be unpacked until delivered
t the palace,
Made by J, A, Magoon Against
Statement in Contradiction by the
Chinese Commoroiil genl.
After having the uiaUer liei aided
about town foi a day or two, Ka Leo
came out this morning with some re
in, ukable eonespondence. It is be
tween Mr. .1. A. Magoon, attorney,
and the Colleetoi -General of Cus
toms. Mr. Magoon in effect charges Mr.
Young Nap, a lespeclable and well
known voung Ubiuain.iu, with having
extoited a thousand dollars from Chi
nese passengers who arrived on the
S. S. Belgic. lie alleges thai Young
Nap, in his capacity as interpieter to
the Port Suivoyor, got &2o apiece
fioni forty Chinamen by threatening
llieui that, if ihey didn't pay him tho
amount, he should have them all sent
back to China.
The accuser is quite sarcastic
toward the Collector-General, be
cause that olllcial after an investiga
tion found nothing in the charges.
Mr. 0. Alee. Chinese Commercial
Agent, is quoted b) Mr. Magoon as
authority for the charges. Mi. Alee,
however, in an interview sought with
the editor of this paper, expressed
indignation that he should have been
lepiesunled as sayiiifi tilings that he
declined lie never uttered. He vo
lunteered the following circumstan
tial account of the SKIUO transaction,
which shows that Young Nap never
handled the money ul all, but acted
in the most straightforwaid manner
throughout. Young Nap has a good
reputation and holds a highly recom
mendatory letter fiom ex-Consul
General Putnam of the United States,
in whose olliee he was long employed.
He piomises to make a statement
later on his own behalf in reply to
Mr. Magoon's charges. Following
SlATBMUNl OK C. AM'.l..
The nighl the Beluic arrived I went
on bo.ird to see my sou and family
who weie passeugeis. I met Young
Nap on the steamei and asked him
how about the Chinese passengers.
Young Nap told me he didn't know
yet; tnajbe some of them would
want to get a lawyer to give a bond.
After coming back to 1113 olliee, some
friends came and asked me how
about the Chinese passengers. 1 said
Youiik Nan told uie that some of
them would require a bond, they had
better gtt a lawyer lo get bonds. I
Said I.conldn't do it. They waited
lor Lod'ICuit Sam to come to my
olliee. When lie came one of them
asked hiintwhut the expense would
be for a lajyyer. Loo Chit Sain said
he thought about S2o tor each man.
He said it was too late then it was
half-past nine ul night they would
have to wait till next morning. The
men said they wouldn't lake the
money hack, but would leave it with
my bookkeeper till morning. Next
morning Loo Chit .Sam came in and
asked me again how about the Chi
nese people. I said I didn't know
but would ask Young Nap, and I
telephoned to Young Nap lo come lo
my olliee He came and I asked him
about the passeugeis, and he said
they were all right ecept 20 men,
who hud got their bonds alieady at
the Government House. I then asked
him how about that money now
(there was SIOUS. j() of it). He told
me the money was no use now. I
left the money on the table, and
Young Nap said Loo Chit Sam had
belter take it back lo the Chinese
who Lontnbuted it. Loo Chit Sam
took the money and returned it to
those fiom whom it was received.
THE CHE FA CRAZE.
Paaulii, a Chinaman who was ar
rested lately charged with running a
lottery bank known as che fa, was
tried in the Police Court this morn
ing. Three natives who were ar
tested ul the same time were dis
oliart'ed. The Courtroom was crowd
ed with Havvaiians who were dully
indulgcrs in the game. Files of paper
weie exhibited in Com t, used in con
nection with die fu, and after a
lengthy trial wherein the evidence
appeared against Punuki, the defend
ant was found guilty and lined 8500.
J. L. Ivaultikou who appeared for
defendant luu bored a different opin
ion, and noted an appeal to the
.Supreme Court and a jury.
AN ORDERLY CONCERT.
The entertainment ut Assembly
Hall on Saturday evening was well
patronized and the utmost decorum
was the rule, u solitary exception
was an individual who would not
cure lo have his nuuie piinted, and
who left the loom when he found
that ho was not at a "ruzlc-daz.le "
Sobriety and pi opriety are require
ments in anything over which I have
control. D. M. UitowMsi.
.Messis. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, wrile us regarding a
reiuutkuble cure of rheumatism theie
as follows; "The vvifu of Mr. Win.
Piuitt, thu I'ont master heie, hud been
bed-i allien with ihcuinalisui for sev
eral years, She could get nothing
to do Inn any good. We sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Iliiliu
ami she was completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to her to
veiify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all deulers. lieusou,
Smith ii Co., Agents,
1. Hairiuglon and J. Campion,
flreuicn on the steamer Pole, vvcie ar
rested to-day and taken in custody
at the Police Station. A oblige of
assault on Paddy Hyan vvnsenteied
against them. The affrav In which
the assault is alleged to have been
committed occurred ouSatuiday last I
about midnight, 011 a vacant lot on
Fort stieet. The two first-mentioned .
intended to make it all right wilh
lyan,vvhilethi' latter spoke decidedly
that he would not prosecute the men,
as they were all uioieoi les to blame
in the affair.
The facts aie as follows: Cam
pion challenged Hyau to light, and
the latter consenting, they icliied to
a vacant lot and shipped for the fray.
They were accompanied by Barring
ton who proposed to act as refeiee.
I pott anival at the scene of action
Bairlngton proceeded to divest him
self of his coal, when ho was struck
by Hvan, who thought that B. intend
ed to take a hand loo. This led to a
general row and in the melee which
followed Ryan was badly cut in the
side, blood (lowing fieely Irom the
wound. Medical assisinnce was pin
cured and the wounded man's injur
ies attei'ded to, since which time he
has been improving. He will not
suffer any serious inconvenience un
less an ahsct ss forms.
The stdimei Pele to which the two
men belonged sailed Ibis afternoon
with two new men in the fuurooni.
. The latest advices about the Biit
ish Squadron in the Pauilh: aie thai
live ships will remain at Vancouver
dining the summer ami lluee in
southern waters. The five to i cumin
noi Hi are the Wai spite, tlagship,
Champion, Pheasant, Daphne, and
Melpomene, while the Nymplic and
Gaiiict will look after British inter
ests in the south. The Pheasant now
in port leceived sailing oiders by the
Capt. Hemey, formerly of the
Charleston, has been presented with
a S125 marine glass by the ctevv of
The Thetis has been detailed to do
the new survey f.ir a cable; orders
to Albalioss have been countei niiiud
i'd. Theie is no danger fiom whooping
cough when Chainbei Iain's Cough
Remedy is frceh given. It liquefies
the tough, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expecloiation I1 also lessens
the severity and fieqiicucv, of the
paroxysms of coughing, and iiisiues
a speedy tecovery. There is not the
least danger in giving it to children
or babieb, as it contains no injurious
substance. ."() cent hollies for sale
by all dealers. Benson, .Smith A
Diuicioiis inilee and chui'ol.itn w.)
be MHicd uveiv morning e.nly at the
I'.d.ice Ice Cie.nn I'niloii, Liulwig-en,
it I'liin, Hotel i-tii ii l-'i
Auctlon S les by L-wh J. Levey.
AT AIJC'I ION.
liyoidei of Moils. O 15. tl'Aiigliule,
Kiench Coiiinii-iiiui'i-. I will -ell m
I'uhlie Auction at ll Kesiileni-e, lleie
t.iul.i stieet, onniisite the lie Woik-..
AT IO O'CMH Ii A Tl .
The Whole of til-. Household l'mii'iniie
.111(1 liffl'UI". L'OII-lhtllltf ol
One Secretary, 150 Years Old;
Mutliifnetuieil iliuiuif the leiu of
Willow I hail a. Cli.uiilulieii, .lai.i'ie-e A
China Viisca anil inion, Knsy
4SII ISICDKOO i r.
Hair A Spiitifl M.ittt.ien, .Mosiiiltn Xet.
U. W. Kxten-ioii Dining Tiible. lo Fine
It. VV. Diniiig-iooiii CIli, ills, (ilu.-iu.ue,
SUPERIOR DRESDEN CHINA,
Me.it Safe, Kefilnei.itoi. "Gipsy (iueen"
C(ioKil) Stove it L'leiislh. Slep Ladder,
I.uvvii Mower, Gatileu Tools, ele. A I mi.
1 Fin Fruiich addle
Mo(Iupcclully to onlei.
OK BEHALF OF
THE SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUi'S
Optical Lantern Slides
(pcelally Imiioituil from Swit
liiml for the oeensiiiii)
vviu. iik iiivi:n in
Kawaiali '.o Olrarcli,
Saturday Evening, April 2, '92,
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Th High dLd o ScGtldDd & Lud o
or the ' oderu Babylon. '
ALKX MACKINTOrill, I.eetiuer
D on Open at 7:3l'ffiit!5rC.mmDncc at B
Admiss on, : 50 Cts.
SS? Tickets nuy be hail of Unit A
Co., Iteusou, .Smith A Co., llulhster A
Oo T. G, Tin urn, II. .1. Nolto, lliiwullan
News Co., or of any of the S T. U.
Picture FraiiicH inado to
order from latent styieH of
mouldings. Kenovatiou of
old picturoH a HpecialLy at
Jliuo; lirou., Hotel street.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On WISDM SJ)AY, Mnr. ',
, , . .
A'rv 10 OLOCK Al M '
At inv iNtlinuii'iii, Queen siieet, I Will
cull ul Public Atiellou, to close
Coui;iunents. ;i Hue of
Cliii Dmioi Tea Ms,
1'iioe of.i u'ini:si: cloth,
URGE PLATE GLASS MIRRORS
Iron Ki'dstciul, Miittrnssos,
Ku, Kte., Lie.,
Bzt' Aitlek's tin view Tumhiy
.1A-. l MOHGAN,
Kv unlet of Mi Iv. Podejn, Assignee
ot the IMa'e of Ah Yet Co., I will sell
. at rulille AiHtion at my .Sulesi oom.
On THURSDAY, March 24,
, AT l) ll't'l. IK'li. A VI..
1 The MoeU ot .Meiehanilise of .ilil estate,
. i iiiiipiislug
i Gent's Socks, Hosiery,
. I'l lilts, l.tiwu. l)t es liooils,
1 Stamliiul W. hlihls Wool OvcitliliN,
I Gents' Fine Suits,
I Hiispi'iiilen. Fell ,fc Straw Hals.
White A. blown Cottons,
1 Denims, TieMngs,
' Cent's Gaiters & Shoes,
i A veiv tine line of
I Tailor's C-oolx,
! l.cathi'i Valises, Tiniik-,
3 Nefl Home Siwing Machine1-, Etc.
.JAS. F. MORGAN,
BUILDING SITES !
At inv .Siilesiiio.n, ii'iien stieet,
m 11 at 1'iihlic Atli'tiou,
On SATIKDAY, Aliin-h td(J,
AT la O'CLOCK NOON,
Kiniiieily iifiupii.il bv Mi. .1. A. liaa-
sinjjei as a Kii-nlenee, on l'likm
.mil l'eu-iuul.i stieelK.
I The Lot I -J(K) feet wide mid 100
, feel deep with ,i '17 feet enti.uife fmni
I'llKOI (-In et, iiml -) lift IKHII lellsii- i
1 I'olu stieet. Theie i .i
j LARGE DWELLING HOUSE
On Ibc piopiifv, i iiiii.iiniiig I'.ul.'i,
Dining ltooui, I i dioouis, Large
Vii.iiiiIiis, PiititiN, Kilehen,
ele , etc., etc.
At (he same tune will he .-olil
THIiKE BUILDING LOTS
Adjoiuiii); the iihovo on 1'iikoi treet ;
oie.75 feet on l'iilcoi stieet,
and 200 feet deep.
All this piopei tv is
witli Flint .mil Shade
hud on tbioiighout.
l'nit ol the pine
Fin fin thei
can leiii.uu on nun tgiic.
pailieiilair, aipl to
.) VS. F
Ity oidor of Mlt. M. IIYMAX 1 will
sell at I'uhlie Auction, ur my
Siilesiootn, Queen stieet,
On S T(7K1A.Y, Mill-till '3(,
.VI' ix II lil.UUK XllOV,
His Fine Residence
on it-inur HiruDt .
The Lot has a Iron luge of lo :.'.." feet on
KliiK tu'l'l, 162 n feel on You in; stieet,
and is L'iM.a feet deep.
Tint lloiL-u U one of the ltest Itullt.
Mot Convenient and Uuiulsmuett ltei-l-(lemes
hi the eliy, and eoiitiilns Lai go
I'uilor, r liedionnis, lluth, Dluliigiooiu,
I'uutiy, Kitchen, etu. Theie aie Laign
Veianilus on tluee sides ot the House.
Theie is uUo a Liuu Attle which enn
icadily ho divided Into looms,
' A I ..ii go Cottage al thu teat contain
hei wuil'fc (Jnaileip, Liiuudi.v, Bath, Mu
hlii and Canlago Kooin.
The CiiouniU aie phttited with I'lilil
Treea and Oiimiueulii) Slniihbory. The
Walks tin ouhoiit urn vvull-lmllt, ensur
ing eoiufuil dining wet weather.
ThUolteis mi iiuiiMiiil npnoiitinlty to
piuehuoo the Utuidnuuicit anil Most Cou
veiiieut licsldi'iii'u In Honolulu.
S3T For TKHMh OF SA1.K and fin
thei paitieulau apply to
381 101 Auction!',
THE MUTUAL LIFE
iticiivitn a. mcuukuy,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
i m .,
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LI ARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most liboial ever offered by any Insurance Company.
tatr For full patticulars apply to
. JbS. KOSIO.
l-Di General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWAHE CO., L'D.
?M HMO II II lilt' i)l00ll(l.
DOOR .MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lelteted
"Alolm," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanul Mats, a desitable assott
iitenl. Sleel Sctaper Mali, practical, ser
toy Call and examine our slock.
For children a medi
cine bhould. be abso
lutely reliable. A
niolhir must be able to j
pin her faith to it as to
her Bible. It must
contain nothing violent, uncertain,
or dangeious. It must be standard j
in material and manufacture. It
muit be plain and simple to admin
ister; easy and pleasant to take. ,
The child mu.st like it. It must be
pioinnt in action. Riving immedi
ate relief, as childrens' troubles !
come quick, grow fast, and end
fatally oi otherwise in a very short
time. It must not only relieve quick I
but bring them aiound quick, as
children chafe and fret and spoil
their constitutions utider long con
finement. It must do its work in i
moderate doses. A large quantity .
of medicine in & child is not desira
ble. It must not interfere with the I
child's spit its, appetite or general I
health. These things suit old as j
well as young folks, and make Bo-1
schee's German Syrup the favorite
familv nie '-cine. d ,
Klt SAN FltANCJfSCO,
'I lie Al ritenniblilp
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday. March 29th,
Cj? For fi eight or passage, apply to
Win G. 1IIWIN & CO., L'd,
Vii ll Agents.
To remind you. that it ia
nearly two years since we
cleaned your watch.
Isn't it about time to have
her oiled up:
H. F. WIGHMAN.
EK HANGING 1
I V12 .1 . I, Mkykr the I'ulotoi' ii cull
X ttiid imve voui I'anui-IliiiiirluL' done
pioiuptly utul netttlv. ISO Fort street.
P. O. box 387. 'Mutual Telephone
ttfj. ice u
k it u si
New York Life
I Premium Income
Interest, Rents, etc
Endowments and Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc
TOTAL TO POLICY-HOLDERS
New Policies Issued
New Insurance Written
Liabilities, 4 per cent. Standard
Policies in Force
Iusuiance in Foiee
Growth of the Company During the
Past Eleven Years.
NEW INSURANCE ISSUED.
In the year 1880 $ 22,229,979 00
In the year 1885 68,521 ,452 00
lu the year 1891 152,064,982 00
In the year
In the year
In the year
INSURANCE IN FORCE.
January 1, 1881 8135,720,910 00
January 1, 1886 259,674,500 00
January 1, 1892 T.... G14,824,713 00
January 1, 1881 8 43,183,934 81
January 1, 1880 (56,864,321 32
January 1, 1892 125,947,290 81
January 1, 1881 0,047,262 81
January 1, 1886 10,188,215 90
January 1, 1892 15,141,023 31
In tho year 1880 ". 5 4,499,89124.
In the year 1885 7,081,873 75
In theyoar 1891 12,071,490 88
General Agent lor the tall in Islaods.
P. D. CORSETS
Just Received n Full Ijiue of P. D. CORSETS at
; US". . SUM3JHE
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
j nil IflMiv
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE AKE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BK BEAT 1 5 0 C i S IT 0AN'T BE BEAT l
OF NEW YORK.
'i' u i:
t ii i:
41), 192 50
8 31,854,191 98
8 6,087,620 70
8 12,671,490 88
JAN. 1, 1892.
8 125,947,290 81
8 8,90-1,719 41
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