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IAIIiY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MAY 16, 1893.
BY AUTHORITY NOTICE TO MARINERS. A Channel 200 feet wiJe and SO feet deep At uean low water bss been cut through the bar at the entrance to Ilonolola harbor. The eenter line of this channel bears N. 26 42" E. true. The line of the harbor light (red) and the inner light (green) bears N. 20" 20 E. troe and Jost touches the east side of this channel at the outer end. The line of the harbor light (red) and the Clock Tower of the Ilonolala Planine Mill on Fort street bears N. 28 30 E. and just touches the west side of this chsnnel at the outer end. The harbcr has been dredged to a depth of 23 feet at mean low water fcr a length of over 600 feet along the Pacific Mail dock. J. A. KINO, MiDHter of the Interior. Department of the Interior. Uowolnla, Ha waiian Island. May 8, 1603. 1173 3 3375 C Finance Depabtmest, ) bceeac of cc8tom3, Ho.N0H.-i.t-, II. I , May 12thf-1893.) AH outstanding commissions as special inspectors of Customs, are hereby can celled. All each commissions ante dating the present instant are now invalid. The holders cf sach commis sions are respectfully requested to communicate with the Collector-General, enclosing their commissions. JAMES B. CASTLE, Collector-General of Cnstoms. Approved: Theo. C. Porter, Minister of Finance. 3379-3t 1479-lt Notice. The new sur-charged Stamps of the Provisional Government will be on sale at the Post Office, on or about May 20, 1893, after which date the present issue, and sale of same, will cease, and none of the old issue will be thereafter sold for postal purposes. JOS. M. OAT, 3359 1 476-1 m Postmaster-General . Sale of Government Lots at Ka luaopalena, Kalihi, Oahu. On FRIDAY, June 9, 1893, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at public auction. Government Lots Noa. 20 and 21, at Kaluiopalena, Kalihi, Oahu, con taining an area of 2 53-100 acres, a little more or less. Up3et price $506. JAS. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, May 11, 1893. 3379 1479-3t Tenders for the Sale of Hides and Tallow. Office op toe Board of Health, ) Honolulu, May 11th, 1893. J Tenders for the purchase of hides and tallow from the Board of Health from date of awarding the contract to Decem ber 31st, 1893, will be received at this office, until 2 o'clock p.m., May 17, 1893. The tender must b5 for the price per pound for hides and tallow delivered on the wharf at Honolulu, cu weights ap proved by an Agen of the Board of Health. Payments are to be made in TJ. S. Gold Coin. The Board does cot bind itself to ac cept tha highest or any bid. By order cf the Board of Health. WILLIAM O. SMITH, President Board of Health. 337S-t Sale of Lease of a Government Land in Hana, Maui. On TUESDAY, May 1G, 1803, at 12 o'clock noon at the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at Public Auction, the lease of a tract of Government land in Hana, Maui, containing an area of 2.8C0 acres, a little more or less. Term Lease for 15 years. Upset price. $200 per annum, payable semi-annually in advance. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, April 17, 1893. 1475-3 Sale of lease of a Government Zand in Hana, Maui. On TUESDAY, May 16th, 1893, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at public auction, the lease of a tract of Government L&nd inl Hana, Maui, containing an area of 2,800 acres, a little more or less. Term Lease for 15 years. Upset price, $200 per annum, payable semi-annually in advance. The above sale is indefinitely post poned. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior office, May 3, 1893. 3371 1478-3t Sale of a Lease of Government Lana of Hailm, Silo, Hawaii. On TUESDAY, May lGth, 1893, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at Public Auction, the lease of the following Tracts of Land in Haiku, Hilo, Hawaii. Tract No. 1 Containing an area of 28 acres. Upset price ?50 per annum, pay able Bemi-anmially in advance. Tract No. 2 Containing an area of 100 acres. Upset price $75 per annum, pay able Eemi-annually in advance. Term Lease for 15 years. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, April 20, 1S93. 3361 147G-3t Hale of Lease of Govermnenl Iaixtla in Hualau 1 and 12, Iioliula, Iluwuii. On TUESDAY, May 16th, 1893, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at Public Auction, tbe Lease of the following Tracts of Government land in Hualoa 1 and 2, Kohala, Hawaii: Tract No. 1 Containing an area of CO 9-10 acres, upset price $2.50 per acre. Tract No. 2 Containing an area of 76 7-10 acres, upset price $2.25 per acre. Tract No. 2 Containing an area of 137 6-10 acres, upset price 50s. per rre. Term Lease for 15 years. Rent payable semi-annually in advance. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, April 14,1893. 3355-4t 1472 3t Sale of a Piece of Government Land on Nuuanu Avenue, Honolulu, Oahu. On TUESDAY, May 16th, 1893, at 12 o'clock noon, at tbe front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at public auc tion, a piece of Government land known as the "Reservoir Lot," makai of the 1 ot recently sold to 8. C. Allen, and now occupied by J. II. Paty,Nunanu Avenue, Ilonolala, Oahn, containing an area of 5513 square feet, a little more or less. Upset price $300. JAMES A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office. April 15th, 1893. 3356 1475-3t MORTGAGEE'S Foreclosure Sale of Chattels! TY VIRTUE OF A CHATTEL I tmnrfcrnfTf pvppiitetl bv JameS Nott. Jr., to Alfred A. Doiron, dated March 8, A. D. 18H2, and recorded in tne negisiry of Deeds, in Honolulu, book 131, page 464, and following, and upon which de fault has been m?de, to wu- non paj inent of interest, I will expose for sale and sell for cash, at public auction (un less sooner disposed of at private sale a9 heiinunder provided), on MONDAY, the 12th day of June, A. D. 1893, at 12 o'clock noon, at corner of Alakea and Kn? Rtrpp.ta. in said Honolulu . the pro perty mortgaged, consisting of 1 Bay Horse, 1 5uck bkm Juare, Dranuea. act clubs on hip and L. R. L. under inane ; 1 Wagon, 1 Brake, 2 Hand Carts, 2 Sad dles, 2 Sets Harness, and also, all Tools and Stock in trade, comprising or be longing to the plumbing business ot the mortgazor heretofore conducted at said corner of King and Alakea streets, and now being and situate at said place of business, also, a Life Insurance Policy on the life of the mortgagor, to wit : num ber 391,491 for $1,000 in the Equitable Assurance Society, dated June 4th, A.D. 1888. The undersigned i3 authorized under said mortgage to dispose of the aforesaid propertv at private sale and will do eo if be receives an advantageous offer therefor, prior to the date of said auction A complete schedule of the property and further terms of sale and other par ticulars can be obtained of W. A. Kin ney, attorney for the undersigned, No. 318 Fort street, Honolulu, or at the public auction aforesaid. ALFRED A DOIRON. Honolulu, Mav ICth, A. D. 1893. "33Sl-3w Goio Rule Bazaar SOLK AGENT FOR -THE CELEBRATED Remington Typewriter ! Which has no ecual. Society Stationery, Blank Books, Office Supplies. A HEW AND FULL STOCK OP To suit all Bights careful tests made by the Eyemeter. which mu3t be correct. CfiTTull Ptock Gold Framed Specta cles and Eyeglasses. DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINES ! AND PAPER FASHIONS. TOIXjIST soaps, HAIR BRUSHES, ETC. At Prices to Suit the Times! JLC"Last but not least, don't forget that this store is established on a Cash basis and can afford to sell cheaper than those who go in for the credit system. FULL "SUPPLY BASE BALL AND TENNIS GOODS. W. F. 3361-1 m REYNOLDS, PROPRIETOR. For Rent. A DESIRABLE DWELLING With COmmrulinnq flrnnnHa. Shrubberv. etc.. on TCJnnn stroot nesi 10 corner oi x ensacoia; one block - e -n . ... trom iramcars. E. K. HENDRY. 3577-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co. To Let. A WELL FURNISHED Cottage at No. 254 Beretania Street. Terms reasonable. Ap- ply to 3363-tf J. F. MORGAN. Queen Street. HIS AUTHORITY. TEXT OF COMMISSIONER BLOUNT'S INSTRUC TIONS. He is Vested with Full Discre tion and Power. i To tbe People of the Hawaiian Isl and. Honolulu, H. I., May 15, 1S93. To the People of the Hawaiian Islands. I deem it proper now to publish the following instructions under which I am now acting: Department of State, Washington, March 11, 1893. The Honorable James H. Blount, Etc. Sir: The situation created in tbe Hawaiian islands by the recent deposition of Queen Liliu okalani and the erection of a Pro visional government demands the fullest consideration of the President, and in order to obtain trustworthy in formation on this subject, as well as for the discharge of other duties herein specified, he has decided to despatch you to the Hawaiian islands as his special commissioner, in which capacity you will herewith receive a commission and also a letter where by the President accredits you to the President of the Executive and Ad visory Councils of the Hawaiian isl ands. The comprehensive, delicate and confidential character of your mis sion can now only be briefly outlined, the details of its execution being necessarily left in great measure to your good judgment and wise discre tion. You will investigate and fully re port to the President all the facts you can learn respecting the condition of affairs in the Hawaiian Islands, the causes of the revolution by which the queen's government was overthrown, tbe sentiment ot tne people toward existing authority, and, in general, all that can fully enlighten the Presi dent touching the subject of your mission. To enable you to fulfil this charge, your authority in all matters touch ing, the relations of this government to the existing or otner government of the Islands, and the protection of our citizens therein, is paramount, and in you alone, acting in co-operation with the commander of the naval forces, is vested full discretion and power to determine when such forces should De lanciea or witnurawn. You are, however, authorized to avail yourself of such aid and infor mation as you may desire from the. present Minister of the United States at Honolulu, Mr. John It. Stevens, who will continue until further notice to perform the usual functions attach ing to his office, not inconsistent with the powers entrusted to you. An in struction will be sent to Mr. Stevens directing him to facilitate your pres entation to the head of the govern meot upon your arrival, and to render you all needed assistance. The withdrawal from the Senate of the recently signed Treaty of Annex ation forre-examlnatlon by the Presi dent, leaves its subject matter In abeyance, and you are not charged which any duty in respect thereto. It may be well however for you to dis pel any possible misapprehension with its withdrawal may have excit ed touching the entire friendliness of the President and the Government of the United States towards the people of the Hawaiian Islands, or the earn est solicitude here felt for their wel fare, tranquility and progress. Historical precedents, and the gen eral course of the United States, au thorize the employment of its armed force in foreign territory for the securi ty of the lives and property of Amer ican citizens and for the suppression of lawless and tumultuous acts threaten ing them; and the powers conferred to that end upon the representatives of the United States are both necessary and proper, subject always to the ex ercise of a sound discretion in their application. In the judgment of the President your authority, as well as that of the commander of the naval forces in Ha waiian waters, should be and is limited, in the use of physical force, to such measures as are necessary to protect the persons and property of our citizens; and while abstaining from any manner of interference with the domestic concerns of the islands, you should indicate your willingness to interfere with your friendly offices in the interest of a peaceful settlement or troubles within the limits of sound discretion. Should it be necessary to land an armed force upon Hawaiian territory on occasions of popular disturbance, when the local authority may be un able to give adequate protection to the life and property of citizens of the United States, the assent of such au thority should first be obtained, if it can be done without prejudice to the interests Involved. Your power in this regard should not, however, be claimed to the ex clusion of similar measures by the representatives of other powers for the protection of the lives and pro perty of their citizens or subjects residing in the islands. "While the United States claim no right to interfere in the political or domestic affairs, or in the internal conflicts of the Hawaiian Islands, otherwise than as herein i iated, or for the purpose of maintaining any treaty or other rights which they possess, this government will adhere to its consistent and established policy in relation to them, and it will not ac quiesce in domestic interference by other powers. The foregoing general exposition of the President's views will indicate the safe courses within which your action should be shaped and mark the limits of your discretion in calling upon the naval commander for co-operation. The United States revenue cutter Rush is under orders to await you at San Francisco and . convey you to Honolulu. A stenographic clerk will be detailed to accompany you and remain subject to your orders. It is expected that you will use all convenient dispatch for the fulfilment of your mission, as it is the President's desire to have the results before him at the earliest passible day. Besides the counected report yon are expected to furnish, you will, from time to time, as occasion may ofTer, corres pond with the Secretary of State, communicating information or solicit ing special instruction in such points as you may deem necessary. In case of urgency you may telegraph, either in plain text or in the cypher of the .navy department, through the kind offices of the admiral commanding, which may be sent to Mr. W. A. Cooper, United States dispatch agent at San Francisco, to be transmitted thence. Reposing the amplest confidence in your abilly and zeal for the realization of the trust confided to you, I am, sir, Your obedient servant, W. Q. Gresham. While Lshall refrain from inter ference between conflicting forces of whatever nationality . for supremacy, I will protect Ameri can citizens not participating in 6uch conflict. Very respectfully. James H. Blount, Special Commissioner of the United States of America. FRED. WIWELM. Laid to lieet in Nuuanu Cem etery. The funeral of the late Fred. Wilhelm took place yesterday afternoon from his late residence on Queen street. Services were conducted at the house by Rev. H. H. Parker, and also at the grave. The friends of the deceased sent in numerous floral tributes during the day. The funeral procession started from Queen street and passed along Nuuanu street to the cemetery. It was largely attended. The pall bearers were : Captains Campbell, bmythe and bimmerson and Messrs. F. Harvey, Wm. Ross and T. McLean. THE ATHLETIC CLUB. Important Meeting A Middle weight Wrestling Match. There was a good attendance at the Armory last night of the mem bers of the Athletic club organized by Prof. Loheide. The meeting resolved itself into a business one, at which it was decided to pur chase a complete gymnastic outfit. Members now in arrears for dues will be given until the 1st of June to settle up, and if in arrears at that date will be dropped from the roll. The next wrestling tourna ment for the middle-weight cham pionship in grseco-roman wrestling will take place about June 1st. ' Illicit Swipes. Last Saturday evening, about 8 o'clock, Captain Schlemmer, as sisted by officers Ilookena and Kaapa, raided three different swipe shops two on King street and one on the corner of Maunakea and Beretania streets. They' captured eight barrels and twelve dozen of beer, together with beer pumps, etc. A lot of beer, which they were un able to remove, was left in one of the houses, but was destroyed when they returned for it. Change of Captains. Captain McCullough, so long and favorably known in this city as master of tho brigantine W. G. Irwin, who was lately appointed bar pilot at San Francisco, has en tered on his new duties. Captain Williams, late of the schooner Anna, has been appointed to the command of the Irwin, which has been placed in the Kahului trade. - Auction Sales of Zand. Bruce Cartwright, administrator of the estate of R. W. Holt, de ceased, will sell at noon to-morrow, at Jas. F. Morgan's auction rooms, a piece of land on Nuuanu street. J. M. Monsarrat will also offer for sale, at the same time and place, a piece of land at Keauhou, Kalihi. Government Sales Today. The minister of the interior. will sell at the government building to day at noon the lease of two tracts of land in Hana, Maui ; the lease of two tracts in Haiku, Maui ; the lease of three tracts in Kohala, Ha waii, and the piece of land on Nuu anu street known as the "reser voir lot." Released. The 127 Chinese and 16 Japan ese who arrived by the Oceanic and were placed in quarantine were re leased yesterday afternoon, after undergoing the usual formalities with the authorities of the Foreign office. For Target Practice. The Boston is expected to leave for Lahaina early next week, probably on Monday. The trip is for the purpose of target practice and to give the crew a chance to exercise their sea legs. Passengers to Vancouver. The following are booked to leave for Vancouver by the steamer Mio wera, due here June 2d : J. A. Mc Candless, wife and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. Muller, and D. P. Johnson. iood'sCures Dyspepsia and Indigestion ' Mrs. 17. Flske San Franeteco. The combination of excellent stomach tonics In Hood's Sarsaparilla is such that, with proper attention to diet, indigestion and even the worst cases of dyspepsia are cured by this medicine. Head this: "Having for several years been greatly troubled rrit'a indigestion, and having teea Hood's Sarsaparilla advertised, I concluded to Sarsaparilla MR give It a trial. To my happiness and great satis faction I found it to be the only remedy for this complaint." Mbs. N. Fiske, 42:5 Geary Street, San Francisco, CaL Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and mcleatly, on the liver and bowels. 25c HUBKON, NEWMAN & CO., Wholesale Agents. In the Circuit Court of the First Circuit, Hawaiian Islands. In Bankecptcv. At Chambebs. IN THE MATTER OF THE Estate of James Nott, Jr. of Honolu lu, Oahu , a Voluntary Bankrupt. Creditors of tbe said Bankrupt, are hereby notified to come in and prove their debts before euch Judge of the Circuit Court of the First Circuit as shall be sitting at Chambers, at Aliiolani Hale, in Honolulu, on MON DAY, the 22d day of May, 1S93, between the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon and noon of the said day, and elect an Assignee or Assignees of the said bank rupt's estate. By the Court. F. W UN DEN BERG, Clerk Circuit Court, First Circuit. Honolulu, May 12. 1893. 33Sl-6t Moonlioiit Excursion ! TO BE GIVEN AT BE m ND GROVE, ON SATURDAY -:- EVENING MAY 27th, 1893, BY THE Pacific -:- -:- Wheelmen To aid them in completing their NEW BICYCLE TRACK. Trains will leave the depot at 7 and 11 o'clock, and returning will leave the Grove at 10 and 11 o'clock. TICKETS $1. To be had at Hollister & Co.'a, Thrum's Book Store, Elite Ice Cream Parlors, Uobron, Newman & Co.'s or from any of the members. Music by the Hawaiian Quintette Club 'No liquor to be sold on thf grounds. . 3331-td For Sale. A LADY'S SAFETY, NEARLY new. Inquire at Honolulu Cyclery (Armory). 33CG-tf The Daily Advertiser is deliver ed by carriers for 50 cents a month. Ring up Telephones 83. Now is the time to subscribe. GilOD?S it iMcru luEcrtiscmrnts. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., Book's. Job Printers BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS AND GENERAL Merchant St., Honolulu. PLAIN AM' FANCY PRINTING PROMPTLY AND NEATLY EXECUTED -o- Law Books and Blanks, Pamphlets of any kind, Lawyers' Briefs, Freight and Plantation Books, Statistical Work, Colored Poster Work, Lithograph Colored Cards, Business and Visiting Cards, Ball and Wedding Cards, Programmes, Billheads, Letterheads printed In Copying Ink, Etc., Etc., Etc.s Etc. 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