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DAlLtY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER, AUGUST 4, 1893.
BY AUTHORITY ACT -lt. An Art to Appropriate an Additional Sam of Money for Cuitoni Iloune i;ot unlr Hie llareau of Custom, In the Iiepartment of Finance. Ue it Enacted by the Executive and Advisory Councils of the Provitional Government of the Hawaiian Islands: Section 1. The eura of Six Handred and Fifty Dollars i3 hereby appropriated from the Public Treasarj', in addition to the earns heretofore appropriated, for Custom IIou?e Eoat, under the Depart ment of Finance. Section 2. This Act fcball take effect from the date of its publication. Approved this 3.1 day of August, A. D. 1803. Signed. SANFOItD Ii. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands. fSigned J. A. Kino, Minister of the Interior. ACT 4.5. An Act to Appropriate an Additional Hum or Money for Incidental and Civil and Criminal Expense under the department of the Attorney General. Be it Enactzd by the Executive and Adviory Councils of the Provision al Government of the Hawaiian Is and : Sectios 1. The Uin of Five Thous and Do! Iar3 i 4 hereby appropriated from the Public Treasury, in addition to the sums here!: f ?re appropriated, for Inci dentals and Civil and Criminal Expenses under the Department of the Attorney General. Section 2. This Act shall take effect from the date of its publication. Approved this 3d day of August, A. D. 1893. Signed. 6AXFORD B. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands. SIgned.l J. A. Kino, Minister of the Interior. Mb. THEODORE F. LANSING has been appointed a member of the Board of Health, vice J. O. Carter, resigned. Honolulu, July 2G, 1893. 3447 1491-3t SALE OF TENANCY AT XVI I.I. Of the Chinese Theatre, Kins Strte. Honolulu, Oalin. On FRIDAY, Spte-nU-r 1st, IS'.)?, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Building, will be said at public auction, the Tcnam-y at Will of the Chinese Theatre Building, Mlu.itc- en King Street, Honclcla, Oahu. Term Tenancy from month to month nntil such time as the Minister of Inter ior may wish to termirate the same by giving 30 days notice. Bent ravable monthly iit advance. J. A. KING. Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, August 1st, IStti. 346-3t 1491-31 SEALKD TENDEKS Will te received at the office of ll.c Minister of Interior till neon on MON DAY, August 7ih, for the construction of the South abutment of the Wailua bri Jge on Kauai. Plans and specifications may le seen at tha office of the Supcrintendant of of Public Works. The Minister of the Interior does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, August 1st, 1S93. 3446 1491-St Water ZSTotice. 0.ving to the drought and scarcity of water, the residents above Jndd Street are requested to collect what water they may require for household purposes be fore S o'clock A. M. ANDREW BROWN, Supt. Honolulu Water Works. 3445 tf PR O CL A MA TIOX. Executive Building, ) lIo.oLi-Lr, June 30, 1893.J It is hereby ordered that until further notice, tha right of the writ of Habeas Corpus is hereby suspended and Martial Law is hereby declared to exist in and throughout the Districts of Hanalei and Wairaea, on the island of Kauai. (Signed), SAN FORD B. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands and Minis of Foreign Affairs. Approved : J. A. Kino, Minister of the Interior. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. 3420 14SG-tf Sale of Lease of Crown Land in North Kona, Island of Hawaii. By order of the Commissioners of Crown Lands, Mr. Jame3 F. Morgan will sell at public auction, at his sales rooms, on THURSDAY, AuguU 10th next, at 12 o'clock no-n, the lease of that tract of iand situate at North Kona, Island of Hawaii, known as the Ahu- puaa of Puuwaawaa and containing 40,000 acres, more or less. Term 25 years. Rent (upset) $350 per annum, paya ble semi-annually in advance. The Lease to be sold under the follow ing conditions: 1st To keep up the Forest to its pres ent aggregate area. 2d To keep the Lantana from making any further headway. 3d To put upon the land within 3 years from commencement of lease sub stantial improvements of a permanent character to the value of $2000. Intending bidders must previous to the sale, satisfy the Commissioners of their financial ability to carry out the covenants of the proposed lease. For further particulars, apply to C. P. IAUKSA, Agnt of Crown Lands, at the Comt House. Office Commissioners of Crown Lands, flor:o!u!u, July 17tb, 1S93. :;il0-3t 14S9-td AVVTlCIl NOTICE. In accordance with Section 1 of Chap ter XXVI of the laws of 18SG, all persons holding water privileges or those paying water rates, are hereby notified that t he water rates for the term ending Decem ber 31, 1S93, will be due and payable at the office of the Water Works on the first day of July, 1893. All such rates remaining unpaul lor fifteen da3s after they are due will be subject to an additional 10 per cent. Rates are payable at the office of the Water Works, in the ICapuaiwa Balding. All amounts over ten dollars, payable in United States gold coin. ANDREW BROWN, Superinterdent Honolulu Water Works. Honolulu, June 10, 1S93. 3442-tf Sale of Lease of Govenuncnt Lands in. Kohala, Hawaii. On WEDNESDAY, August 9, 1S93, at 12 o'clock noon, at the frotit entrance of the Executive Building, will be sold at public auction, the lease of those lands in North Kohala, Hawaii, known as Kohala Pili Lands from Pahinahina to Kaipuhaa inclusive, and extending from shore to the makai boundaries of Gov ernment Grants made from these lands and containing an approximate area of 7973 acres. Term Lease for 10 years. Upset price $250 per annum, payable semi-annually in advance. The lease of the above lands is sold upon the following conditions : (1) The lessee to make everj reasona ble effort within one year from the date of the lease to develope water for stock on the premises. (2) The lessee immediately after the purchase of the lease to plant and make every effort to establish a kiawe forest along the coast of ths lands leased. J. A. KING, Minister of the Inteiior. Interior Office, July 10, 1893. 3428 14S8-Ct Sale of Government Lot South Slope, Punchbowl II ill, Honolulu, Oahu. On THURSDAY, August 17ih, 1S93, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Building, will be sold at public auction, one Government lot situate on the cast corner of Alapai and Quarry streets, and immediately above the Portuguese Mutual Benefit Society premises, containing an area of 9012 square feet, a little more or less. Upset price $150. ' J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Iutcrior Office, July 12, 1893. 3436-ot 14SS-3t Sale of Lease of Government Lands in Itohala, Hawaii. On WEDNESDAY, August 9th, 1893, at 12 o'clock noon at the front entrance cf the Executive Building, will be sold at public auction, the lease of the Gov ment lands of Awalua, Haena, Kapuna puna and Kapaaiki, Kohala, Hawaii, containing an area of 224 acre?, a little raore or les3. Term Lease for 10 years. Upset price $50 per annum, -ay able semi annually in advance. J. A. KING, - Minister of the Interior. Interior Department, July 10, 1S93. 3427 14S8-?t " Sale of Lease of a Piece of Government Land in Kano hoanahopn, Koolau poko, Oahn. On THURSDAY", August 17, 1S93, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Building, will be sold at public auction, the lease of a piece of Government land situated at Kauohoana hopu, Koolaupoko, Oahu, containinglin area of 1 4-10 acres. Term Lease for 15 years. Upset price $20 per annum, payable semi-annually in advance. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, July 12, 1S93. 3430 14SS-3t Messrs. II. C. OVENDEN and AL FRED W. CARTER have this day been appointed Notaries Public for the First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, July 17, 1S93. 3334 14S9-3t - Wanted. ONE COPY EACH OF THRUM'S Almanac for the following years, for which the publisher's price will be paid : 1831, 1S92. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. 3423 14S3-2t PROPOSITION FOR A SET TLEMENT MADE YES- TERDA Ir. Hio L'liAfcurrd CrulUors will (let Iwei.ty lVr Criit. Ca ll and a Fourth The absolute secrecy with which the credito-s of Samuel Parker con duct their meetings has led some people to remark that they are at tempting to hide something. The affairs of the gentleman mentioned have been public property for some time aud just why the creditors want to meet behind closed doors is not apparent. At their Grst meeting reporters were excluded, but this did not prevent this paper from publishing a full account of what took place. Another meeting was held yes terday afternoon at the chamber of commerce to pacify the unsecured creditors whosj claims exceed $50,000. A representative of the Star was in the room for some time be fore he was recognized by the peo ple present. As soon as the news paper man was discovered a reso lution was passed requesting that he make no mention of what he had heard, which he reluctantly consented to, but only on the understanding that the "morning paper" would not get a "scoop" on his paper. This was agreed to and a second resolution was passed which vehe mently declared that the Adver tiser was not to receive any in formation whatever. Then the Star man withdrew. The meeting was not as well at tendeed as the first one, and it turned out to be about as satisfac tory. As usual no coin was in sight, much to the disappointment of most of the creditors. Owing to tho absence of II. A. Widemann, who is chairman of the committee appointed to investigate Mr. Parker's affairs, no definite statement of facts and figures was given. After much talk, the unsecured creditors agreed to the following proposition : 20 per cent, of the debts are to be paid in cash, and the balance SO per cent. is to be secured by a fourth mortgage on the estate. While this proposition was not hailed with unbounded joy, it was accepted as being just a little bet ter than nothing at all. It is not known who is to ad vance the 20 per cent, in cash, but another meeting will be called next week, when the identity of Parker's alleged friends will be disclosed at least that is the prayer of the creditors. More Than 50,000 Immigrants in June. Immigration statistics for the month of June show that 51,907 alien steerage passengers were landed on Ellis island during that month. As usual Italy heads the list. The number of her citizens that were landed was 10,159. Ger many sent G576 and Russia 5S44. From Sweden there came 4G2S and from Norway 2103. Immigration from other lands was as follows: Ireland, 36S2 ; England, 15S2; Wales, 120; Scot land, 092; France, 350; Poland, 92G; Switzerland, 32G; Belgium, 1G2; Holland, 412 ; Portugal, 740; Denmark, 1059; Hungary, 3S53 ; Austria, 5401 ; Bohemia, 59S ; Fin land, 1914; Armenia, 30; Turkey, 29; Greece, 304; Spain, 4; all other countries, 449. Am. Ex. A Simple Zlewcdy for Toothache. One of the best remedies for toothache is the common com pound tincture of benzoin, sold everywhere in tho drug stores. If a few drops are placed on cotton and put in and around the tooth, the pain will be almost instantly stopped. It is a remedy easy to procure and always efficacious in its action. We Speak What Ye Know. l'i-o.ii (''. CvA tiUe (2Y.ij) Dmitry. My wife end four children were taken very suddenly with severe eases of cholera morbus. I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and from one to two doses gave relief in each case. I heartily recommend it; believing it the best remedy known for bowel complaints. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by all medicine dealers. Bexsox, Smith & Co , Agents for II. I. All kinds of artistic printing at the Gazette Office. TUE MISSIONARIES. They are Entertained by Friends in this City. Several missionaries were on board of the S. S. City or New York yesterday and among them were Rev. and Mrs. Knox, of Tukio. and their four children. They were met at the wharf by Mrs. A. F. Judd and U. S. Consul-General Severence who entertained them during their stay in port. The doctor and Mrs. Judd were school mates. The Rev. McFar.and and the Rev. and Mrs. McGilvary were passengers on the steamer also. Both of the reverend gentlemen are from Siam where they are en gaged in missionary and educa tional work. They were most pleasantly entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Damon who take great delight in showing strangers about this citv. To Ice Fruit. To ice any fruit, dip first in the beaten white of an egg, then in pulverized sugar. Do thi3 until the icing is sufficiently thick. Peaches should be peared and cut in halves, and sweet, juicy pears are treated in the same way. Cherries, strawberries and other small fruits are iced with the stems on, only the largest being chosen. Pineapples should be cut into thin slices, and these again divided into quarters. Oranges and lemons should be peared and all the white skin removed, the lemons cut into horizontal slices, the oranges divided into quarters. O YOU FEED THE BABY I Tue Skin needs foo.l. If the Com plexion is sallow, rough, scaly, pimply, it is because it is not fed with LOLA MONTEZ CiiEME The Skin Food and Tissue Builder, positively the only safe and reliable ar ticle for the Complexion. Absolutely harmless, opens the pores, increases the natural and necessary secretions of the skin. Restores the flesh to firm healthy state of youth. Prevents wrinkles. Good for burns, chapped lips and hands. El2FPot lasts three months. PRICE 75 CENTS. "Ask vour druggist for it. HOW CAN YOU TOLERATE ..-Freckles, Pim ples, Blackheads, yellow or mud dy Skin, mouth Wrinkles or any form cf facial dis figurement when Mrs. Nettie Har rison guarantees to cure you. Don't consider your T'-'-irf Iff tofao'feTvdu.tfcase a hopeless Mrs. Harrison treats ladies for all de fects of face and figure. The perma nent removal of superfluous hair guaranteed. MRS. NRTTIE HAKRISON America's Beauty Doctor. 23 Geary Street, San Francisco, Cal. "For sale by IIOLLISTKR & CO., Druggists, 109 Fort St., Honolulu. 3406-tf For Sale. 1 House and Lot on Liliha Street. 2 Lot on Kuakini Street, between Nunanu Avenue and Liliha Street. 3 House and Lot on the Palama Koad. To Let. 1 House and Lot on Emma Street. 2 House and Lot on Liliha Street. JSTTor further particulars, apply to J. 51. 5IONSARBAT, Cartwright's Block, 5Ierchant Street. 3429-tf Mortgagee's Notice of Si TN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PHO JL visions of a certain mortgage made by Simon Aylett (k) to 1J. K. II. Poo maikelani, dated January 11, 18S9, recorde 1 in Liber 10S, pages 4S4 and 465, notico i? boreby given that the mortgagee intends to foreclose the same for conditions broken, to-wit: non pay ment of interest. Notice is likewise given that after the expiration of three weeks from the date of this notice, the property conveyed by said mortgage will ba advertised for s lie at Public Auction, at the auction rooms ol James F. Morgan, in Honolulu, Oil Monday, August 2ist AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, The premises covered by si;d mortgage consists of 3S-100 ACHES, More or less, at Kaliu, Honolulu and described as follows : All that certain piece of land situate at Kaliu, Honolulu, Oahu, being a portion of Royal Patent 2673, kuleana 1103 to Iosia Kalehua, containing an area of oS-100 of an acre, and being the same cmveyed to the mortgagee by deed, dated October 27, A. D. 1S37, of record in the Hawaiian Registry of l?eeds, in said Honolulu, in boak 103, page3 463 and 4G4. TOOMAIKELANI, Mortgagee. J lis. TP Morgan, AUCTIONEER. Paled Honolulu, June 2(1, 1S93. 3442-1 t lS90-2t ITors ford's Acid Phosphate irclieves the Feelinc of Lassitude eo common in mid-summer, and imparts vitality. D gall! 21r. T)c:Z ZZ. Jordan. ct E iston, N. Y. Colorless, Emaciated, Helpless A Complete Cure by HOOD'S SAIt -APARILZui. ' This is from I !r. D. .51. Jordan, a re tired farmer, ad ce of the most re spected citizens cf C'c-go Co., N. Y. Tourtecn years iuto i had an attack of ths gravel, and havo since ! troubled with my Livor and Sidneys gradually growing verse. Tliroe years aso I got down so low thnt 5 couIJ acarcelf vrlk. I looked more like a oorpso tlian a living being. I had no appetito and lor live weeks I nt nothing but gruel. I was badly emaciated and had no more color than a marble ntatne. Hood's Sarsaparilla waj recommended and I thought I would try it Before I had finished t!i9 first bottle I noticed that I felt better, suf fered less, the inflammation ef t!io blacU Ser had subsided, the color bessm to return to my face, and I began to feel hungry. After. I had taken three bottle I could cat anything without hurting me. Why, I got so hungry that I had to cat 5 times a day. I have now fully recovered, thanks to Hood's SarsaparHIa I feel -well and nn ttcII. All who know me marvel to see me so well." 1. M. JoSDAJf. HOOD'S PlLLS f e the best after-dinner PUla, HiUt dlsetUon, cuie headache and biiloasasaa. HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO., 3336 U'not.ESAT.K Aoknts. H-A.WVXILlr CLDB! EAOES AT KAH0LAN1 P4M ox September 2nd COMMKNCINti AT 1:30 O'Cloek Sharp. 1st RACK - QUEEN i CUP 1'orse f50. Running Race ; .i mile dash for Hawaiian-bred horses. 2d RACE HONOLULU PURSE $30. Trotting and racing; mile heats; bf.t U in 3 to harness. Hawaiian bred horses. 3d RACE MATCH RACE. Running Race; l mile dash be tween Duke Spencer and Lord Brock. 4tii RACE PRESIDENT HAWAI IAN JOCKEY CLUB CUP. Trotting and Pacing; mile heats; best 3 in 5, to harness. Free for all. orn RACE KALAKAUA CUP. Running Race; mile dash for Hawaiian-bred horses owned bj' the members of the Club. Cup to be come the property of the one win-iii--ir it t?. ice. 6th RACE KAPIOLANI PARK CUP Purse $100. Trotting and Pacing; mile heats; 3 minute class ; best 2 in 3 to har ness. Free for all. 7ra RACE - OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.'S CUP. Running Hare; miii dash. Ire3 Tor all. All entries to close on WEDNESDAY, August i9th, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the cfiice of the Secretary, aiid all Entry Fees 10 per cent, of the Purse; all Cups $10 All Races to be Run or Trotted under the Rules of the Hawaiian Jockey Club. All Horses not withdrawn iy Friday, September 1st, at 2 o'clock v. m., are expected to start. All Horses are excreted to appear on the Track at the ta; of the bell from ihe Judge's ."itand, otherwise t ley will t o lined. Admission 50 Cents Gand Stand (extra) 50 Cents and $1 Carriage (inido of course) $"J.50 (i'i?rtertrt t' h I'ades $5 C. O. BERGER, Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Ciub. 3441-td Notice to Planters. 'piIE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS JL of the California Fertilizer Works (J. E. Miller, Manager) have on hand a limited supply of that firm's Hich Grade Fertilizers for short notice orders and rconirerr.ents of the planters. C. BREWEli & CO. (L'd.), Qaeen Street, Honolulu. 3425-1 m Kite ilea Volcano House Co. A MEETING OF THE ABOVE Company will be held in Honolulu on WEDNESDAY, August lGth, 1893, at 10 o'clock a. 31., at the office of W. R. Castle. Easiness of importance requires 1 a full attendance of all stockholders. WM. R. CASTLE, President, Honolulu, August 2, 1S93. 3447-2w JOCKEY HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., ook f Job Printers B BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS AND Merchant St., Honolulu. PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING PROMPTLY AND NEATLY EXECUTES Law Books and Blanks, Pamphlets of any kind, Lawyer3 Briefs, Freight ami Plantation Book, Statistical Vork, Colored Poster Work, Lithograph Colored Cards, Business and Visiting Cards, Ball and Wedding Cards, Programmes, Billheads, Letterheads printed in Copying Ink, Ete., Etc., Etc., Kte. 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