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JAL.' PACIFIC COMMEEOIAL A1VERTISJ2K, JULY 18, 1893.
-: 51 r. f, a . . - .. .yr V f rv i . ,- ! If 71 t r ! BYAUTHOKlTJf A 'fwIoiOM: THOUSAND DOL Lili.S (.hi(.0.1 wVA '-' I aid to any pcr.n or ji.TFons w h hl.a!l arrest KOULAU (iO.laie'.f Kal.i!a-i, Ka::ai, who killed l'epu'y MuriiT Sto'z at Kal.ilau, Jane 27, IS)3, and deliver Lim to ray cu-toJy or to the custody of tle Sherilf of Kauai. E. G. HITCHCOCK, Marshal. Honolulu, July lolh, 1603. Zi?A 14S9-2t Sale of Lease of Crown Land in North Kona, Island of Hawaii. Ev order of the Corami.-sioners ct ! Crown Land.-, Mr. Jamoa F. Mran will sell at public auction, at hi3 sales rooms, on THURSDAY, August lOlU next, at 12 o'clock noon, the If see of that travt cf land situate at North Kona, I!and of Hawaii, known as the Ahu puia of ruuv.aavvaa an 1 containing 4 ). 000 acre?, more or lts. Term 23 years. llent ; upset) 5353 per annum, paya ble Eemi-annuaii3' in advance. The Lc.se ii bo cold under the follow ing conditions: 1st To keep up the Fotcst to its pres ent a .'predate area. 21 To keep the Lantana from making any further headway. C I To p'lt upon the land within 3 year3 from comrnenceraent of leaie sub pfa.iiii.il improvements of a permanent c!:ara-jt. r to the value of $3000. Fcr further particulars, spply to C.-r. IAUKKA, Agsnt cf Crown Lamk', at the Court lloufe. OIT:co Ccmmlii-ioners of Crown Lands, Honolulu, July 17th, 1893. Mksshs. H. C. OVENDSN and AL FKKD V,r. CAltTKR have this day been appointed Notaries Public for the Firt Judicial Circuit of the ! Ia-.va":.ni I-lanc!?. J. A. KING, Mir.iiter of tr.o Interior. Interior OlTiC?, July 17, 1S03. yO 'I 11 J w ACT 40. An Act to 2nercao tTie Facilities to Ueposltara nail PrtivMing for Teraj Deposits la tliO IIav.a!ifi I'ostl Ds it Exacted by the Executive and Advisory Councils of the Provisional Governn-iCnt cf the Hawaiian Is'ariuS t Sectio:; 1. Tho Pos' master-General, as Manager cf the Postal fc-aving3 Eank, with tho consent aud approval of the Minisicr of I inar.ee, may issue to any person Term Depo.-it CerliCcatc3 in tho name of the Hawaiian Postal .Savings Bank for deposits of not les.s than Five Hundred Doll ir3 i;or more than Five Th.ou:and Dollars. Section' 2. The amount.s so deposited shall draw interest at a rae not to ex ceed six per cent, per annum to be com puted in accordance with the law reg ulating the Bank. Such deposits shall not in the aegate execad ?I50;Cl!0 at any oi-a lime. HzLiio 3. The term for which any dopoi-it ishail be received under thi3 Act Fhal! not exceed twelve mouth?. Section 4. The form of the said cer tificate's shall bi as f jllown, aud thall contain t!ie conditions hereinafter set forth : IIAWAUAN' POSTAL SAVIKGS HANK CCRTI t ICATES. No. Honolulu, ISO. . Received from in Coin Dollars on Deposit, payable in Coin on pre sentation of this Certiuca'c, properly in dorsed. This depo.-it is made for month?, r.nd will bear interest from ISO.., at the rate of percent, per annum, and in accordance 7ith the conditions printed hereon. Interest , A pproved : Minister of Fimnce. CONDITIONS. Present thi3 Certificate at the Ferial Savin -a Ear.k at the expiration cf the term stated herein. Interest will ccn?e at that date. Holders at a distance may indorse this Certificate and send hy mail to the rosl al Savings Dank, when it will be paid. 'I his Certificate may be transferred b endorsement, and principal with interest will be paid to the holder hereof. Suction 5. This Act shall take effect from the date of its publication. Approved t:u3 15th day of June, A. D. 1S93. Signed. SAN FORD 15. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands, feigned J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. 3113 14SG lm Sale cf Lease cf ths GeTermnent Land cf Hanapai, Haniakua, Hawaii. Oa TUESDAY. Joly 2.-tti, 1-93, at 12 o'clock noon at tho front entrance of tho Executive F'niUig will be soli r.t pnhhc Rcction the Ic ise of the Government I'.nJ of H.-.c.-.pai. II aj.nku , Hawaii, containing an nrt-i of ;-cres a littla more or less. Terra L- :so for 1.1 years to commence frera the 13Lh of Octoher, Upset prici vCOO pc-rannaui pnyabloserai r.nuahy in advance. J. A. KINO, Mird.-ter of the Interior. Interior OGce, Jcne 21, 1833. S115-3 1433-3 WaU;of Ijeast'of the Govcrniuprit J '.ml of HaiKipai, Ilamn- OnTUrSDAV, July 23, lsr-.j, at 12 oVloi k r.cu::, at thy front entrance of the Kr-e-!!iv: Hull lv.-ir, will be soM at pub lic auction, ti e K'iii e i the Government l of i Iar.ap-ii, II.t.:i:i.1m i, Hawaii, :c::tai;.ir: an ar"a ot 77'' i aery?, a little more t r :e s. Tc'iin Lc.i-9 for 1." yeir.s to commence from the Utii day of October, 1S33. Upset price $209 per annual, payable seiTii-arr.u.iuy ja aivance. J. A. KIN Minister of the Interior. ;rior OtScc, June 2ith, 133. C41o-3t 14SG-St- Int PR O CL i MA TION. KXECCTIVS ECILTUNG, ) IIo::olcli', June SO, ISSC.f It lioreby ordered that until further no.ice, tuo riltt cf ths writ of 'Habeas Corpus is hereby suspended and Martial Law 13 herry declared to exist in anl throughout the Districts of Hanalei and Vairr.oa, on the island of Kauai. (i?ned), SANi-ORD E. DOLE, Pi-Chldent cf the Provisional Government of t.ho Hawaiian Islands and Minis of Foreign Affairs. Approved : ' J. A. Kixa, Minister of the Interior. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. 3J20 HSG-tf Sale of Lease of Government r T - -r. - T T . iUHUH til JXIJKlll'll'i, liana, INXc.vii. On THURSDAY, July 20, lSt3, at 12 o'clock noon, at ihe uont entrance of Executive Eui?ding,vvi!l be s Ad at public auction, tho lease of the Government remnants in Kipahuhi, liana, Maui, con taining an area of i"5 03-100 acres, a little more or hps. Term Lease for 5 year.'? to comment-? from the M of No ven.-b r, 1:03. Upsei- price $'C3 per am um, paya ble s:mi annually in advance. J. A. KING, Minister cf the Interior. InJeru-r Office, June 20, 1893. -112 113j-3t Sale of Lease of Government I-inntls in liolialu, Hawaii. On WEDNESDAY, August 9, 1893, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Euilding, will be sold at public auction, the lease of those lands in Nortn Kohala, Hawaii, known as Kohala PiU Lands from Pahinahina to Kaipuhaa inclusive, and extending from shore to the makai boundaries of Gov ernment Grants made from these lands an i containing an approximate area of 7873 acres. Term L?ase for 10 years. Upset price $259 per annum, payable semi-annually in aivance. The lease of the above lands is sold upon the following conditions : (1) The lessee to make every reasona ble effort within one year from the date cf tho h;aS3 to develops water for stock on the premises. (2) The lessee immediately aft- r the purchase of the lea'.e to plant ansl make every effort to establish a kiawc fotest along the coast of the land.- leaded. J. A. KING, Minister of the Inteiior. Interior Olii je, July 10, 13. 3423 4SS-3t Sale of Leas3 cf tto Government Land Lying Between Fahoe- Iioo aud Kaoho, South Kona, Kavaii. Oa THURSDAY, August 17, 1S03, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance cfthe Execuuve Euilding, will be sold at public auction, the lease cf the Govern ment mountain land lying between Pa hoehoo and Kaohe, South Kona, Hawaii. Term Lease fcr 1 year with privilege of continuance at same rental until r,uch time as the Minister cf the Interior may de-ire to terminate the tame, by giving CO days notice. Upset price $-5-3 per annum, payable semi-annually in advance. JAMES A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior OiTlee, July 12th, 1S93. 3120 14S3j3t Notice to Corporations. In conformity w ith Section 1411 cf the Civil Code, all corporations are hereby requested to make fad and accurate exhibition cf their affairs to the Interior Department, cn or before tho 31st day cf July, instant, the same being fcr the year ending July 1st, 1S93. Blanks for this purpose will be furnish ed upon application at tho Interior OnT;c. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, July G, 1S93. 312411S7-3t ffalo ot" Leapo of Government ii:tnl in Ilohala, ITivwaii. On WEDNESDAY, August 0th, 1S93, at 12 o'clock noon at the front entrance cf the Executive Building, will he sold at public auction, the lease of tho Gov ment lands of Awalua, Ifaena, Kapuna pnna and Kapaaiki, Kohala, Hawaii, containing an area cf 22 i acres, a little mere or less. Term Le.'.s for 10 years. Upset price $00 per annum, payable sc-uii annually in advance. J. A. KING, Minister of the Intcr'cr. Intel ior Depaitrnent, July 10, 1S93. C127 14SS 3t All kinds of artistic printing at the Gazette Office. CAPITOL. BUS IK ESS CONSIDERED IN SPr CIAL SESSION. P.-of V . Ooea to Washington. Moniay, July 17lh. the- mcrmcg tioticee were i?-Ut'd for a called meeting of tho councils to be hrd r.i 3 p.m. The mrctlzg wns called to order at 3:07. There tver. prj?eub Ministers Do3?, Patron, King and Smith; Couccijmn Brown, Eur;, Allen, Wil der, Alo gap, Young, Tenney, Water Louse, Einnic-lr.th ardSuLr. Pi-csident Dole stated Ihat there was no bni-inc'-s excopf f- r special session. Aticrtiej General ymith said he wished to crdl Rttpnlion to the fact that tho Provisional government of tho Hawaiian Islnnds had been in existence just six months today, lie moved that tbo councils go into special session. Carried. SPECIAL SESSION. Tho ruinutca of tho last special session wero read and approved. Th.9 question cf appointing a co commissioner to act with Minister L. A. Thurston for tho purpose of as f-isting in ncgoiiating lor political union with the United States was brought up ar.d discussed in its vari ous phases. The report of the special ccmmitloe was received, and it v.;;s decided to se?ul one co com mi-sioner to c.t operate wiih Minister Thurston. Prof. W. 1). Alexander was se.ecled as co-commissioaer to act with Minis ter Thurston. Correspondence touching tho poli tieal situation and Hawaiian affairs in general was road from Minister Thurston. The councils adjourned at 4 v. m. T7-; co::d route. A faiJ.-jnese Laborer IInug Him self at Waialae. A Japanese gardener employed by Paul Isenberg at Wraialae com mitted suicide yesterday morning. His body was discovered hanging from a rafter. A piece of stout cord did tho work. It is thought that the suicide had become despondent over gam bling losses. During tho after noon a coroner'i? jury was empan eled which brought in a verdict of suicide by hanging. Public Concert. The Hawaiian band, conducted by Professor IJerger, will give a public concert at Hawaiian Hotel, this (Tuesday) evening, commen cing at 7 :30 o'clock. Following is the programme : PA 1ST I. 1. March "The Dudes" Wagner 2. Overture "Zumpa" Ilerold 3. Finale "Carmen" Bizet 4. Selection "Pirates of Penzance" Sullivan PART II. o. Medley "Pleasant Memories" Beyer G. Gavotte "Soft Glances"... Devreux 7. Waltz "Vienna Forest". , ...Strauss- 8. March "High School Cadets" Souza " Hawaii Ponoi." The Press. The condition of a place may always be gauged by the appear ance of its newspapers. When the local journal has a poverty-stricken look, and live advertisements are scarce, it is safe to pay that the town is either on the down grade or never got very far up. When a sensible man is thinking of settling in a new place the first thing he does is to get hold of a paper pub lished tii ere. Unless that shows signs of prosperity lie looks some where else. What a front gate off the hinges is to a house, a poorly supported local paner is to a town. Ex. The following is the standing of the clubs of the Hawaiian Baseball League, season of 1893 : -games. CLUUS. PLAYED. Kamehanieha 9 Hawaii 10 Crescents i WON. LOST. 9 0 Aluminium is to bo used wher ever practicable in the accoutre ments, arms and equipments of tho German army. By its use the weight curried hy infantry s ddiers will be a trifle over 57 pounds, while now it is slightly more than 0S4 pounds. A Greenfield (Kan.) man has a revolver of English make which can very easily be hidden in the palm of the hand, and is carried in a case the size of an ordinary cigar case, vet is said to be an effective weapon. i 11 Ht MAD. ill JL J DILKE THINKS KE SENSED. xlai Lived lie Would IJeen Court-Martlale J and Probaliiy Shot. Lomv.-n, July 3. ir Charles Dilke, ons of England's most emi nent lay authorities in naval and military matter?, was interviewed today concerning the reports that Admiral Try on was suffering fr- m temporary mental derangement when ho conducted the maneuvtr off Tripoli. S.r Charles ea;l : "While the foreign cificehas a d .:! to say on the subject, 1 must e-.ui-ft?s that Admiral Tryun never gave me the idea that he had any ; mental weakness whatever. The blunder, however, simply passes i comprehension. Had Tryon lived ' he must have been adjudged guilty, I according to tho present evidence. : and, unless the crown used its pre- ; rogative, have been shot.'' Numerous private letters con- censing the sinking of the Victoria have been received from sailors of the Mediterranean licet. One sailor on one of the smaller vessels writes with reference to Admiral Tryon's signal : "We all stood zed at such a signal, knowing ver' well that there was no room for the ship to turn, but he gave the order and he had to be obeyed. Although the vessel was fast sink ing, Tyron signaled refusing boats. May I never see such a wholesale murder again. We saw men fall against the sharp blades of the screws and cut to pieces. The whole fleet could see the poor fel lows standing in perfect order, quietly drowning in their ranks." When we have learned who is really to blame for the collision we shall want to know why the Victo ria turned turtle, and justice must take her course in the case of the naval officers and the architect alike. Amid the instances of heroism, gallantry and of pluck, of which the c:tasthrope h:;s given us so man' examples, none stands out clearer than that of young Lauyon, the little middy, who stuck to his admiral to the last. We can fancy the boy standing hy tho great burly figure of Sir George Tyron, a giant, as Mr. Froude somewhere describes him, and the sense of security which his presence must have placed in the youngster. 'You had better jump," the admiral is reported to have said, and sharp came the reply : "I'd rather staj' with you, sir." The subject is one worth' of ; being placed on the walls cf the academy next year. AND NOTES. One hundred and fifty American newspapers have an aggregate capi tal of .$200,000,000. The quickest time ever made by a steamer between Hongkong and England was twenty-four day.. The United States is the first na tion in the world's history to have three cities of over 1,000,000 each. The Wabash has adoped the rule limiting tickets to continuous pas sage one day from date of sale. The total production of silver in the world during the last year, wa3 placed at 145,000,000 ounces troy. A man in California has invent ed a device that will prevent gas from escaping when it is blown out. In Amherst, Mass., the public electric lights are furnished free for the privilege of occupying the streets. A fortune of mammoth propor tions awaits the discoverer of a process for curing leather without the use of bark. European railroads are fenced in, have no grade crossings, the engines have neither bell nor headlight and the engineer must stand. An interesting English invention consists of a camera combined with a parachute especially designed for obtaining photographs of fortifi tions and of the camps of the ene my, although pictures may also be made for general surveying pur poses. In New York, 250 years ago, food was so plentiful that a burgher could get a fat buck from an In dian in exchange for a pipe, while nuts, plums and grapes were to be had anywhere for the picking, and wild strawberries grew so thick 1' that children could drop down in the meadows and reach all they could eat without moving. A long tunnel near Paris has been lighted in a novel way. Re flectors throw the light from many electric lamps eighteen feet above the rails to the sides of the tunnel, where it is again reflected by bur nished tin, covered with glass, into the coaches, making a soft and agreeable light. The trains auto matically turn the current on and off when entering and leaving the tunnel. Dr. Gilbert, whose brain con- NOT j L-eivcJ rlio idea which has been ex i par. Jed into the elevated railway i t-viem, and whose suejrestion de i veloptu a property representing ! Ta.l'CO.Oi J, with an income of j ;f:l.000 a day. died without realiz iL'.D LIS ; ing anything but mortification and sorrow for hi.s id-u. j One hundred and three thousand j dollars has been offered and refused for a Hebrew Bible now in the lib- an of the Vatican at Home. This makes it the most valuable book in the world, so far as dollars and cants go. CUiTora Elaclcmar. A Ooston Boy's Eyesight Gauod Perhaps His Lifo By Hood's SarsaparlUa Blood Poi soned, by Canker. Read tho following from a grateful mother: "My little boy had Scarlet Fever when 4 years old, and it left htm very weak and with blood poisoned rritlj canker. His eyes be cam 8 so inflamed that hi3 sufferings were intense, and for seven wee'aa ho CguIcI Hoi Open His Iyos. I took him ttvico during that tima to tha Eye and Ear InQnnary on Charles street, but their remedies failed to do hira tha faintest shadow ot good. I commenced giving him Hood's Sarsaparilla and it soon cured him. I have never doubteu that it eared his oicln,even if not his rery life. You may uso this tes timonial in. any way you choose, lam always ready to sound tho praise oi Hood's SarsapariUa because of tho wonderful good it did my son." Ar.niE F. Biackiia:,-, 333 "Washington St., Eostcn, J.Ias3. Get IIOOD'S. HOOD'S FlLL3 aro hand made, and are p f set in composition, proper :ion and appearance. hod hon, m:v.yian & CO., 3.r -Vi:oi,fsai.b Agents. O YOU FEED THE BABY? The Skin nerds too'. lithe Cor? plexion is pal low, ro'ltrh, s.-aly, piini-.'y, it is because it is not ft-.i wi'h LOLA MONTEZ CRK31E The Skin Food and Tissue Builder, positively the only safk ami jticLt.vci i: ar-ii.-le for' the Complexion. Absolutely harmless, opans tho pores, increases the natural and nt-cfSsary secretions cf the skin. 1-teatcrns the nVsli to firm healthy Ktato cf jouth. Tievents wrinkles. Goo. I for bmns, chapped lips and haudo iJsSyPot lasts three months. PRICE 75 GENTS. 2i?""Asli vour drnist for it. HOW CAN YOU TOLERATE Freckle?, Fim ptes, Blackheads, yellow or mud dy Skin, mouth Wrinkh'3 or any form cf facial dis figurement when Mro Nettie Hau nisox guarantees tocureyou. Don't consider vour f - - rJLs oz ----- .Adt Cle a hopeless 4 lt'.lsv fone- Mrs. Harrison treats ladies for all de fects of face and figure. The perma nent removal of superfluous hair guaranteed. INI ItS. ICFJCTIE ITATiiaSON America's Ueauty Doctor. 2G deary Street, San Francisco, Cal. 2&ror sale by IIOLLISTtfU & CO., Druggist 6, I Fort St., Ilono'ulu. ..40Vtf For Sale. ""t"- i..t 1 House and Lot on Liliha Street. 2 Lot on Kuakini Street, between Nuuanu Avenue and Liliha Street. 3 IIon?e and Let on the Talama Road. To Let. 1 House and Lot on Emma Street. 2 House and Lot cn Liliha Street. vS?I"or further partiulars, applv to J. M. MONSAltKAT," Cartv7ri-:ht3 BI.jcIc, ?Ierchant Streftt. 342U-tf For Sale. A LIGHT CO VERF.D BUG ;:y in ool condition ; price Inquire of II. M. WHITNEY, 4(J Merchant Street. MISS BURROW'S "Dressmaking Rooms 03 HOTEL STREET. Frices lovrer thrin elsewhere in Hor.o HiTn. Lati st styles as worn in London ar.d Paris. A socially of Washing I'res0 e.. All work neatlv and promptly Notice. I7RO:d AND AFTKK THIS PATE, L no frr-iglit will h received by the O.ihu KaiUvay A Jand Co. for fdiipment iiTiloss prcn.i:d. 'a'iu I'aihvavct Land Co. K. F. DILLINGHAM, General Mananer. t ,nf.:n!.i. "h". 1 R')?,. 347 lw Tho Daily Advertiser is deliver ed by curriers for 50 cents a month. Ring up Telephones 88. No'.v e the tima to subscribe. Mk Hill Met, m 2Cciu totrttflcmn'tiJ. OEDWAY & POET EE, Robinson Block, Hc-tel Street, bstweea Fort and Nutunu. Furnitare, Upholstery AND C-AJBI3STET ELEGANT DESIGN'S IN WK'KKK WAKE, ANTIQUE OAK. BEDROOM SUITS, CI1EEF0NIEHS. SIDE-BOARDS, ETC.. ETC., ETC Ssf Matting laying a specialty. All orders attended to. gr BELL TELEPHONE 525. MUTUAL (45. HAWAIIAN A N D Book Job CLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS AND Merchant St,., Honol ulu. 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