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DAILY PACIFIC UOUAIEROUL ADVERTISER, MABCFT 6, SVPRE3IE COURT. 1891. April School Vacation Notice. The regular vacation of all Public Schools in the Kingdom, at the close of the first School Session ot the vear, will "iena "om Friday, the 10th of next, to Monday, April 27th. By order of the Board of Education. W. JAS. SMITH, ,. Secretary. Education Office, March 5, 1891. 2706-31 135-2t Sealed Tenders Will be received at the Office of the Collector-General of Customs until MONDAY the 9th of March, .t 12 o'clock noon, for the Printing and Binding of the Collector's Annual Report, for 1890. Specimens of the work to be done can be seen at the Custom House. The Collector of Customs does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. A. S. CLEOHORN, , Collector-Ge'eral. Honolulu, March 5, 1891. 2706-3t attractive hotel might be kept con stantly well filled. The seasons do not matter much to Kilauea--there K'& Kalakaua's Will Admitted need be no shutting op for eight or Probate-Other Matters. nine months in the year, as is the In the Supreme Court Thursday case with so many fashionable morning before Mr. Justice McColly. watering places. Honolulu is close in the estate of His Majesty Kala- at hand to fall back upon, and there kaua deceased, it was ordered that we all know it is always (except the accounts of Dr. Geo. Trousseau February, 1891) summer. It rains J?JSra3. imstrator, be sp ecially at Kilauea as well as ttoiu at ililo, but then with the new pointed administrator with the will billiard room, parlors and reading t?116? nder 15011(19 of W000. F. room on need cot mind that, an2 whic" wL witnSbJ. GHo"! of course the grand old open hearth pili, J. P. Kahalewai and 1. Sher- with its gloriously blazing log-fire wood is as follows: will not be improved out of exist- d .i KALAKAUA, ence By Hie ?T?ce of God and the Will of the Legislative Aes-rably of the Ha- rroDably a good many of our w waan islands, king, readers h .at ; t u lng of 80und and disposing mind reaaers nave sat in the sulphur and memory and well knowing the un- sieam dox with one's head sticking """les ot human life, do hereby out of a hole in the lid, like a Chi nese criminal in the "cangue," and yet have come out of it with a pleasant sensation of refreshment. Now suppose a handsome sulphur an inducement for an invalid to take a course of anon hatha a . in we Supreme Court of the Ha- 8tabIe too, with saddle h waiian Islands. make, punhsh and declare, this to be Our last Will and Testament, in man ner following, that is to say: First In conformity with Our ap pointment and public proclamation made on the 12th day of April A. D. 1877, and m accordance with the 2d Article of thft finnaHl .-r,. fc., vu opuvcu acieniiuc " 0 "e un aay ot July A. D 1887 principles right m the hotel, what mal!?f tL.ved i.8.te Her Royal Highness Princess Liliuokalani, be Our successor to the Throne of Hawaii, it is Our will that she ascend the Throne im mediately upon Our orses to die without heirs of Our boHv lawfniw uowa inio iveanaicaKoi or look K"-u- into , Ha.emau.naa from the blaff. A bridle-path across the floor of huokalani, failing heirs of her body the crater for invalids or rm oh uPn.8ucceeding to the Throne of Hawaii, a bater ior invanus or sucD as appoint and publicly proclaim as her could not undertake the long des- successor Our beloved Niece, Her Royal cent and fatiguing tramp on foot. gJrKS,SrkiB All these inducements must tend Third It is further Our wish that the in rone of Hawaii shall depend tn rw ORDER. uBIIrtUeof the Power vested in me by the 42d Section of the Civil Code, 1 hereby order a Special Term of the Supreme Court to be held in the Up-stairs Court il11"011111 HMn Honolulu, on MONDAY, th t.Mi-;Ah w . . ism .fift;.;r". . T uy wt MarcQ. tacreato r.nnriaf t! ..u inroneoi w7n i ,M,,Ior the nea"ngof .. ... t uuuut beloved Niece, Her Royal Highness the Banco Cases only. they will be amply advertised and Princess Victoria Kawekiu KatS! the fT SiteV111 hand and the each succeeding year may see in- daur andTh,eir of Her Royal HiKh- Sea sjw of the Supreme Court at i. . . ness Princess Likehke, and to the heirs I J Honolulu, this th,A a i creasing nnmhflrn An nr innvaac n! h ,u Marrh 1qi 3 w "vcao- wjj lu ouccession, it Deing Uur iart,u, ism, o:i:: wish and Aaair tut ' u- Pele anrpasses the "serpent of in temilT oi "SK "TrHhe old Nile" himself, never can a cus- head- , torn stale her infinite variety," no JSSZiS&TiSZSZZl two parties of travellers ever saw Niece, Her Royal Highness the Princess A. P. JUDD. Chief Justice Supreme Court. Attest: Henry Smith, Clerk Supreme Court. 2705-1 w It has pleased Her Majesty the Queen to appoint Col. the How. CURTIS P1EHU IATJKEA. to be Commissioner of Crown Lands and Land Agent. lolani Palace, March 3, 1891. 2704-3t 1365-lt It has pleased Her Majesty the Queen to appoint the following gentlemen to be Commissioners of Crown Lands: His Excellency Hon. SAMUEL PAR KER, His Excellency Hon. HERMANN A. WIDEMANN, and Col. the Hon. CURTIS KEA. lolani Palace. March 3, 1891. 2701-3t 1365-lt her in Dreciselv the A. - V-t and no one has ever been once without longing to go again. The enterprise appears to be in eminently suitable hands. Abun dant capital, ripe experience, and boundless energy are there. Tn r wishing the company a success we are wishing the country "onward." CORRESPONDENCE. PIEHU IAU- Wa do not hold oarselvea responsible forth Utementa made, or opinions expreaaed by onr wrreapondenta. and EVENTS OF TO-DAT". 8t. Andrew's Cathedral Service Second Congregation at 7:30 p. m. I. O. O. lat Polynesian Encampment, No. A h 21 H- Oceanic Council. No. 777. at 7:30 P. it. by His Ex. the U. 8. 8. Mohican, 2 to Concerning Thermometers Cold Weather. Mr. Editor. There is probably more difference in the temperature of different localities than is com- and atter her failing heirs of her body! raonly supposed, even in this equa ble region. At Oahu Colle if. has o " Victoria Kawekiu Kaiulani, as in the last article provided, while she has not at tained the age of majority, We ordain that Her Majesty Our beloved Queen Consort Kapiolani, if then surviving, shall be Regent to conduct the Govern ment until the. Princess shall have at tained the age of majority. Fifth In case, however, the royal line an hereinbefore indicated in articles one, two and three shall be about to become extinct, and Her Majesty Our beloved Que.n Kapiolani shall then sur vive, it is Our wish that the Sovereign last reigning of Our immediate family, as before indicated, shall appoint and proclaim Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani to be the next successor to the Throne of Hawaii. bixth It is Our wish to provide that when the last one of Our immediate family shall come to the Throne, there being no issue of his or her body to suc ceed in order, and Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani not being alive when such event shall occur, the Throne of Hawaii shall d scend to Our beloved Sister, Her uyai tuguness rnncess foomaikelani. A HURRICANE v 1.1 not interfere with the regularity of action of the Aermotor because it is so constructed that it swings with the wind, uo matter how hard it blows. This stvle windmill is an innovation on these Isl ands and plantation men are beginning iv icauzo me necessity ot them: some uay, not tar distant we imagine, a plan- uiiiou win not De considered complete without one. There are many styles of windmills on me market, some cheap, others high priced, others again dear at anv price. The old-fashioned wooden ones may be proerly classed among the latter. Our opinion is based on the fact that thev are going out of use on the line of the Union lacine Kailway, and, in fact, nearly every place where windmills are used. In California, where windmills are as plentiful as dwelling houses, the ranch men are taking out their wooden ones, even though they be in good condition, that is, not rotten, and replacing them with Aermotore. We secured the sole agency for the latter s:yle because we were convinced of its eueriority over any other manufactured, and because we were satisfied that it would bring better results to the purchaser. The first one set up worked successfully, and the man who bought it told his neighbor about it, so we sold another one. That's the way it has been ever since we intro duced them ; now the demand for the Aermotor is eo great that we have decid ed to kep a few of them in stock. Late purchasers have been obliged to wait until we could have their orders filled in San Francisco, new ones will not. We could publish other testimonials as to the practicability of them on these Islands, but we thing the following will answer : Honolulu, February 26, 1891. Messes. The Hawaiian Hardware Co., Honolulu: Gentlemen : I have had the Aer motor, purchased of you, placed in posi tion on Maunaloa Ranch, and desire to express to you the genuine satisfaction I feel at the work it has done . It runs smoothly and the wheel re volves with the slightest wind. One strong point in its favor is the fact of there being absolutely no noise in its oper ation, a lault so common with every ether windmill I have ever seen. (Signed) George J. Campbell, Manager Maunaloa Ranch. The Aermotor is the only windmill made of steel; it cannot rot, as the wooden ones will, and it does not rust. It runs noiselessly, and its action is perfect. It is bound to give satisfaction, lhey are sold only bv us. Prices on application. THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARK CO , Opposite Spreckles' Bank, Honolulu, j iVciu 3tacrtiscment8 FOR RENT! DELIGHTFULLY QUIET, vly furnished room, iuidw.iy A ..v.n luiuisjieu room, iuiuwfiv "vvncrii ucicisum anu Mng sts cars, or 15 minutes' wnlL- w.t street (no children): enquire at this office 2703-4t Lecture At Y. M. C. A. hall J. L. 8teyens at 7:30 p. m. Recxptios On 5:30 p. m. THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER B Jaat and fear not; I.t all the ends thou alm'at at be Thy Country'!, thy Ood', and Truth'. FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1891. THE &SfcTI rED NEW VOLCANO HOUSE COMPANY. been for some time noticed that the thermometer on cool mornings is not as low by one or two degrees (F.) as it is at my house about a thousand feet nearer the sea and thirty feet less elevation. The low ground on the plain lying directly in line with the downflow of cold air from Makiki Valley has a still lower temperature, just as low grounds in Northern countries are always the first sufferers from frost. On Wednesday morning, March 4, my thermometer, which was "properly placed," indicated 53 deg. as the minimum for the night; at 6 o'clock it was 54 deg., falling at 6:30 to 53 deg. again. At th( same time a thermometer two feet from the cround and exnospd tn the lhrone of Hawaii shall descend to me sous ot uur cousin as follows: first, to His Royal Highness Prince David Ka wananakoa and to the heirs of his body ; and failing heirs then to His Royal Highness Prince Cupid Kalanianaole and the heirs of his body ; each to as sume the name and title of Kalakaca, and to be numbered in order from Us as the first of this name, and in that case to assume the number that shall next follow in numerical order. Seventh We desire that Our Cham berlain the Honorable Curtis P. Iaukea or his successor be allowed occupation Lthe chamber8 and archives of his office at the Palace for one month after Our decease, in which to regulate and put in order the affairs of his office before passing them over to his successor, in case any should be appointed, and We desire him to take charge of all our pub lic and private papers immediately upon our decease . Eighth After the payment of Our just """"i " " iu "its loiiowmg disposition of the property both real and personal vi which e snan oe seized and pos NOTICE. pARTIES HOLDING ACCOUNTS against J.- P. Parker or myself will PT2?1 them at my office by ,he 7th inst. 270fi-2t SAMUEL PARKER. DR. EMERSON, OFFICE 135 Fort St., (formerly Dr. Tuc ter's office). Office Houks-9 to 11 a. m r. m. ; ounaays, to 1U A. M. Bell Telephone No. 51. Residence School street. 2704-3 ruq and 2 to 3 5 Annual Meeting. T1HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Union Iron Works Kii or tne elftctin of officers, will be ?mvf,t1tve,w0ffice on -ueen street, on MONDAY, Mercn 9th. at 11 o'clock a. m. ROBERT MORE. Secretary. -NOTICE. the clear sky read 51.5 de whil !f!?!a " Lth.e tlme ? Our death, the hnnr for a timo ,v u' a 7. ?nt .De.inS ro?al domain or Crown ? i , " ' " " ii ianas, dui Deing Our private property, marked 54 deg. The cold stream namely : We give, devise and bequeath A verv DromiqW Pnt0mr;aa w "uiu i air cnngs to the ywuur Deiovea vueen Kapiolani and VCIJ promising enterprise thl rrrnn tpK,K A j to her heirs nnri uaa,,a f ii , XTl rr , i b'"""") ""ivu w uuuut w CU I aown I , . . , i6uij ivicver uu oi lotunuu xiouso unaertaking ap- to 48 deg. in the nicht as there uur eBiaie reai and Iersonal of whtso . i . . r I a. . o"1! ao mcici ever namo nnrl nature i pears io do, promising safe and easy transport, comfortable lodging and unequalled convenience for en joyment of the greatest wonder of the world to travelers and touriste and promising fair returns to in vestors. The compilers of the pros- tions M.r WuIker and others per pectus have certainly hit mofat . c ? reIlJ4le " thermometers are aptlv rn u, . CA any ways accurate. As to the Hotel ILI T8 bIem,8he801 it may Ll the stream of cold from inconveniences of a visit to the Pauoa Valley. Thefitandarrf hoi(fl from the ground for purposes of great have been hitherto subjected. First, in bringing about co-operation instead of antagonism between the island steamship companies, between the hotels at Ililo and Punaluu, and the means of trans port between either and the Crater TT -T . . .nouse. rexr, in remodelling and was a modPrnt rl th a V" " m "aiur.e. ana wneresoever u-u t u j . T.6 " Biiuaiea in tne Hawaiian Kingdom. Which I find nnt nTrunfH o. Vinik i i . . . . v.,vv,i,tu, biic I b nure uv leave ine nnmina. dew point the evening before was tlon and appointment of Executor of this just 48 deg. uur Jast Hill and Testament to the op- There is no doubt that the night iani ith "bouds euonso"aeen KaPi in question was the coldest on rec- Done at Our' Palace at Keakealani ora in Honolulu, and thA nhs ' v.c, uanan. LUIS IWfnLV- first day of May in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty-Eight.. Signed KALAKAUA REX. In re bankruptcy of Joseph Gold stein, of Wailuku, Maui. Voluntary petition for adjudication. Petitioner is declared and adjudged a bankrupt. Friday, March 24tb, is appointed for proof of claims and election of assignee. C. L. Carter for peti tioner. In re bankruptcy of Richard Oliver of Honolulu. Voluntary petition for adjudication. Petitioner is declared enlarging the house itself so that ported here will be gratefully re not merely transient sight-seers ceivedt Pt on record and use made may procure food and shelter for f t.hem'. . ' Ar,il j i , A curious though rather an ex- couple of days, but encouraged by treme example of "this law of cold ready access to Kilauea-iki and air happened to the writer years other spots worthy of a visit may aS- Camped on the side of Mauna deliberately undertake a week or Kea' at the neight of feet, but two, which neod 'not seem heavy ,A,W- "ST. J. ' J .thl nn fh nt . . I - viutu ui au 1UCQ Or uvo ui auj traveler wnen io tvu ieet. xnerc should always be some screen inter vene between the bulb of the ther mometer and the clear sky, in whatever direction it may be. J may add that there is a reliable standard thermometer at the Sur vey Office, lately imported, with which others can be compared, also and adjudged a bankrupt. March tuai any iacts in meteorolocr r,. ftu apDomtea tor proof of o etc. v . j. omitn tor petitioner. Brain workers, and all who have tc stand the severe mental strain conse quent on intellectual employment, find Clements' Tonic invaluable. Hol lister & Co. are the Agents for the Islands. 3Tcuj U)Drrtistmrnt3. improvements have the proposed The old Volcano House, what there was of it, has been always well managed, and the visitors always had the best of care, and the best of fare that was available more. JLater on, camped on the summit of a crater cone 1,000 feet higher, 61 to 6b deg. was the low est temperature, while on apeak at ; over ii,uuu lect elevation the ther mometer went down to 38 deg. only on the night that the point was occupied,aud the bitterest cold camp found on the campaign was i Cosmopolitan Kestanrant. I fc0uLD ALL MY INTEREST A m the the above Restaurant to Y. Anln now aumonzed to collect all counts and pay all bills. .Ub-Jw JOHN YING. ac- but witft roads practicable through- the b,ottom of a crater which was THIS PAPER IS KEPT 0 FILE m. - awa i a . r.ai loiA i- auecy, tn & bo merchant's Exchange, Bin Francisco, Cal., where contract fo "erasing can be made for it4 a. r u ven.cies, to say pitching a tent uotumg oi tram-cars, a large and Hawaiian Bell Telephone Company. H'kujl AAU AFTER THE FIRST OF u ii ine Kates o the Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co. will be the same as mvae oi me iuuiual uo., namely: Private Residences. . ..$2 00 per month Business Places $3 00 per month o-vv. i o J- F- BROWN, 2, 04-1 w Secretary H. B. Tel. Co. NOTLCE. Hawaiian Bell Telephone Company. a prm a .-t . Aj. mr, AiNiNUAL. MEETING OF nuuKuoiaers neia eb. 2S, 1891, the 'u"u"lui? omcers or tne Company were "" 'ji iuf ensuing year: Godfrey Brown.. President and Treas. Cecil Brown Vice-President J.. Brown.. Secretary J. Lassid v . . . . . .Gen'i Superintendent H. von Holt Auditor iJirectors-Jas. Campbell, W. O. Smith, (Signed) J. F. BROWN, Secretary H. B. Tel. Co. 2704-2W 13i5-lm CHAS. BREWER ft CO.'S Boston Line of Packets. IMPORTERS WILL PLEASE lase nonce mat the fine BARK MARTHA DAVIS Capt. 3TfDj lliDcrtisrnitnla. Royal Hawaiian Opera House L. J. LEVEY. . W. H. HAMILTON, OSCAR HEROLD - LESSEE ANP MABAGEB - - STA-fc DIRICTOK - MITSH Al. UlRFt TOR THE NEW YORK Bijou Opera Co. GRAND OPENING NIGHT, SATUKDAY, MARCH 7tl. STtn) rcrttscnKUifl. HOLLISTEE & CO., IMPORTKRS AND DEALERS IN DKUGS, Jledicines, Chemicals, II Trovaoro, Reserved S ats cm Uo soon rtui mt J. Levcv'- this morning, at OoVlock. Tl:ESDAY M(JHT, 4 FAUST. ? Special Notice Tht mmnmf have much pleasure in infnmino th rons that arrangements have been made with the Tramway Co. to have Cars ready at th close of each pt-rforruanoe for Palit ma, Nuuanu Valley and Waikiki via Kin street. Parties wishine to return hnm h mis moue oi conveyance can by procuring Tickets from L. J 2704 only do so Lievey. Oceanic Steamship Company FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The Al steamship 66 A.XJ S T EALIA," Will leave Honolulu for the above port on Tuesday, : March 10th, -A-t X3 o'clock noon, tST For Freight or Parage apply to WA1. G IRWIN & 2704 6t AGENTS. THE "BEST" TONIC CURES DYSPEPSIA, S TR E. GTH KNS THE SYSTEM, RESTORES SOUND REFRESHING SLEKP, PRICELESS TO NURSING MOTHERS. Toilet Articles, Fine IVrfumes and Soap-;. Sponges. Etc. TOBACCOS, Finest Havana, Manila AND American Cigars, Cigarettes Pipes, Etc. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE MPA SODA WATEfi Eye Glasses, ' yr. Pera GI, Opera Glasses KT Eye Giasses A. Full Line of Spectacles o HOILISTER CO., 79q 109 Fort Street, PACIFIC HAEDWARE CO., LU Fort Street, Honolulu. Tub Question is Sometimes Asked Tell us concisely which ailments The " Best " ToDic will most effectually cor rect ii ere is ine answer: Dyspepsia, All Nerve Troubles, Loss of Sleep, Loss oi nppeuie, uenerai Debility, Exhaus tion from any cause. To those Recover ing from Illness, nothing better can be prescribed. A WALKING MATCH. For Athletics. " We the undersign ed participants in the six-days' walking match, ending at the Mechanics' Pavil hon February 27, 1889, fully endorse the vitalitmg effects of The -Beat" Tonic. Frank Hart, Charles J. Sheridan, Gus Guerrero, Pat Guerrero, Old Sport Cam pana, James Davis, Oofty Goofty, John Brodie, E. C. Moore, Thomas Howarth, George Cartwright, James Leahy, Gus Brown, L. Crozier. W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Sole Agents Honolulu. P. 0. Box 504 . Telephone 46. 1362 2688-3 m UP-TOWN Book, News and Stationery Store. PRANG'S ART STUDIES In greaat variety. SPECIAL BARGAIN, Orders solicited for ENCYCLOPEDIA v BRITTANICA With American Supplement. Comprising 30 qnarto volumes a whole Horary in itself, price $55. V Pronounced th oroafot - j i . lot of Books ever offered. THOS. 6. THRUM. 1336 134-y Pbopbiitor. Get Best! These MILLS have given per fect satisfaction wherever need. They run easier, require less tare. do not rust and do more work than any other. FEI5Nf?fninL5i?p0rt?du' lntity of HABTMAN STEEL GALVANIZED M&Vg&iSSlrg 8ame' We 8UP a 6lu of a few W CS3-8CRAPER MATS Something new. The do not become sliprery when 2STew G-oods by L,ate Arrivals Staples of weclal nn.HtV"':: "TliyVL"0 r'?ln CE WIRE, high test.' Market Baskets. GLASS WARK.S"0" Pn8' t a-ic. 79-n W. 0. PEACOCK & CO. OFFER FOR SALE EX CHARLOTrE," AND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS IN BOND OR DUTY PAID, At Lowest Market Rates 1 AKui awu CHOICE STOCK OF Wines, Liq uors Beeis 5 Ales 5 Stoiit, Etc. Election of Officers. '?r this port on June cient inducement offers AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF 3L SI("ckhnlHorQ tt Ik. !..,- T.l i "luoeiamon tne berth in Boston lo leave stockholders of the Inter-Ti.nH BRANDTF.S TVa t r:i For further particulars apply to 9 1343-i C. BREWER & CO. TH5 FAVORITE "LUCIDA" CI5AR Has just arrived wi h other fine brands of Curtis J. Lyons. HAVANA CIGARS, 4 Such as VIRGILIO, IRMA, FLORA, fcc. For Sale by H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS. 2702-lw tne to'lowine Officers Anrl In i t .u ; were '"icu lur iuc ensuing year: .B. Godfrey President t r n?;-;- Vice-President w h v,Lf an Secretary t v m Can Treasurer T. W. Hebron Auditor Directors W. B. Gnrffrpv i n v Wilcox, M. P. Robinson, W.V. Smiih." , ,JA?; L McLEAN, Secretary. Honolulu. March 3. 1891. 270Mw H. PETERSEN 133 Fort Street. Fresh F ruits and Potatoes by everv Stmr. from ban rancisco : the htin 4 the market. A line stock Of Havana PiV.ro Ti Orders for Groceries promDtlr'fi!!l 'Ca8h sales small profits. 2677-3mo 'pHE ADVERTISER IS THE A leading daily paper of the Kingdom COMPRISED IN Part AS FOLLOWS : CHAMPAGNE in Pints and Quarts: G. H. Mumm & Co. "Extra. Drv , Louis Rodere;" oSid vSTSt? Gre" " Sec " CALIFORNIA and EUROPEAN Port, Sherry, Malaga, Muscat, Madeira, Zinfandel, Claret, Malbec, T TT . ' " egs ana Lases. E. fe J. Burke, . !SSrS55f. SSS."Af.- Shea,, O. F. C. Hiram Walker & Sons 1883 "Club" Whiskey 1884 " IMPERIAL " RYE WHISKEY, Days From ZSew York GUN" Palm Tree, J. D. K. & Z r T tt u , . Son-. d Tom," lSrASi-S V&3& Hennessy . John Exshaw - wwnai9 GUINNESS' STOUT. TtA. A TVtTT -rv a BEER, BKKI7, IRISH WHISKIES--John Jameson & Son, PABST In Quarts and Pints. PEACOCK 1362 26S3-3m no -x-rm. W m The Weekly Gazette and Daily Advertiser ARE THE LEADING JOURNALS OF HONOLULU.