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Honolulu, H. 1., Di-c. 2, ISill.
Holders of wnlrr piivilegi's, or tlino
paying water rales, aie liuioby noli
fled tlml 11 if liiuttx fur using watei fur
Irrigation put put-pa ate ftoin 0 to 8
o'clock a. m., and 1 to 0 o'clock p. i.
until fuithcr notice.
Supt. Honolulu atcr Winkn.
0. N. SrKNor.it,
Minister of the. Interior.
'Intent to tint Air Srct not 'arty,
Hut rstablit&rd for tkt benefit ot all.
MONDAY, Vlili. 22, 185)2.
A country conospondent writes:
"What has become, of subscriptions
collected for the Kalakaun Monu
ment Association a year since? It
is time for a report and statement of
what has been done in the matter."
The Bulletin made enquiries into
the matter some time ago, and pub
lished the lcsult, namely, that an
endeavor was being made to have a
meeting of the committee. It is
about time subscribers were getting
some sort of satisfaction.
THE LANAI HORROR.
Frequently the most shocking
crimes arc committed amidst the
most peaceful scenes. Isolation and
solitariness appear to bieed morbid
conditions of mind in those subject
to such situations. The daikest hor
rors in lands of civilization aie often
reported from spaisely settled back
woods districts, where each habita
tion is far from any oliiei and re
mote Iron) populous centers. It is
not that Nature in her undisturbed
keeps, with all the charms that poets
give her, provokes the tenants of her
bowers to homicide or misanthropic
freaks of any kind. Rather is it the
lack of the checks and balances
and stimulating influence of so
ciety rude it may be but bound
together by mutual tics of self
preservation anil common interests
which makes segregated families
or tribes and scantily peopled com
munities the easy victims of suddenly-coming
inlliicnces of an ex
citing character. With an extreme
paucity of social coucerns to exor
cise them, the minds of solitarily
situated people have a tendency to
feed on themselves and, with that
pabulum becoming exhausted, to
reach out for material to what wild
Nature may suggest to their imagina
tions. Such people run naturally
into superstitious notions, and are
liable to be carried away into
the wildest actions by only slight ex
citation. Tins would appear to be
the case of the family community ot
Awalua on Lanai, the account of
who3c shocking crimes is given to
day. In addition to their isolated
stale, however, these unfortunate
Ilawaiians weie under the incubus
of a traditional respect for the super
natural power of the genus k.iliuna
(sorcerer). Any who may have regard
ed the iutluctice of kahunas at this late
day as having become deprived of its
force, except in a case hero and there
where the superstition is fatally in
voked in sickness to the exclusion of
modern medical science, will be
rudely awakoued by this dark chap
ter of heathenish crime on Lanai.
The case is not exactly parallel with
the rebellion of Kaona, the religious
fanatic, in Kona in 1807 and 1808,
an account of which is given in the
late Hon. W. C. Parke's "Reminis
cences." That case was more like
the recent "Messiah" craze among
the Indians in the United States. Ka
ona and his wife look the Bible as their
shield and buckler, materially, and
called on all people to join them in
propitiation, for a universal calamity,
under pain of death and the burning
of their houses to iho-e who lofiised.
They murdered Sheriif Neville and a
native constable, sent to serve a wiit
of ejectment on them, before llioy
were overpowered and 78 of them ar
rested by a military force over 100
strong sent from Honolulu.
Leave orders on slate, Iooin 111,
Ailinglon Hotel, or at Ilobron ec
Newman's diugstoro. Telephones:
128 Mutual and Bell.
7-2w W. II. 1JKNKON.
IMuLiiro Fntinos miule to
order from latest HtyliiH ol'
jiiouldings. Konoviition ol'
old pictures a Bjieuiully.
ALIENS IN OFFICE.
The following extract from tho
San Francisco Aigonaut and notes
aie f loin a country coricspondcnt:
Congressman Bower", of Califor
nia, lias introduced a lull to prohibit
the employment of aliens in any cap
acity in the governmental depart
ments, to which only citizens shall
be eligible. It is a good mcasuio,
and should pass. The appointment
or employment of aliens in the ser
vice of the government is contrary to
American sentiment in any case.
There are plenty of worthy citizens
in every instance upon whom to be
slow the lavors of the government.
In the higher walks of government
service, as ministers to foreign courts
and impoitant consular positions,
only native citizens should be ap
pointed. But in no event is the em
ployment of aliens to be approved,
and it is not to be tolerated. Make
this the law and let it be adhered to.
rS. V. Aigonaut, Jan. 25, 185)2.
Is Session Law, Chapter 42, 1871,
and amended by Session Law, Chap
ter 8, 187G, Hawaiian Legislature,
enforced to-day or a dead letter with
Is Chapter 28, Hawaiian Statutes,
1S80, complied with? If not there
will be a mess some fine day in com
The law last referred to relates to
the registration of co-partnerships.
"ONE SUMMER IN HAWAII."
I. utter I'nmi the Author -Tiibute
from Oil. HiMcekelM.
Washington, Jan. 30, 185)2.
My Dear Sir, I have read your
review of "One Summer in Hawaii,"
and thank you for the kind words
you were pleased to speak of the
The omission to put quotation
marks to the lines of Hon. U. M.
Daggett entitled "Waikiki" was a
mistake of the type-setter, as they
appear in the manuscript and were
also in the lirst proof that I read. I
regret it exceedingly, and I would
do anything in my power to have it
Since you have called attention to
the lact, may 1 not trust to your
generosity to say, in your largely
circulated paper, that it was a mis
take, deeply deplored l) me, and, if
I should lie fortunate enough to sell
the first edition, shall make ample
compensation in the second.
Mns. Hr.i.r.N Matiii'.k.
PiiiLAunu-iiiA, Jan. 21, 1892.
Mits. Hr.i.KN Matiikr,
Dear Madam, I have read care
fully your work entitled, "One Sum
mer in Hawaii," and cheerfully and
without hesitancy commend it to the
earnest attention and study of all
such as arc desirous of obtaining a
knowledge of the beauties of that
comparatively unknown and still less
appreciated Paradise of the Pacific.
You have given the subject of your
woik close and careful study i3 mani
fest. Your descriptions of the vari
ous scenes are vivid, graphic and
possessed of a degree of accuracy in
detail which cannot fail -to be recog
nized and appreciated by persons
acquainted with the natural beauties
ot the Hawaiian Islands and the do
mestic, social and political life of the
The American 3-master schooner
Sadie, Captain Smith, arrived at Ka
1 1 it I ti t on the 13th inst., 15 days from
S.m Diego, Cal. She is a fine new
vessel, only about sixteen months
old, and comes in ballast to load su
gar for San Fisncisco.
The barkenline Khkitat, Captain
Cutler, ai rived on the I'.Uli inst. from
Poit Townsend with a full cargo of
lumber, laths and shingles for the
lvahului Hailroad Co. The schooner
Beulah is due any day, having left
San Pedro, Cal., about the same lime
Ihc Sadie did.
The baikenMne Robert Sudden ajul
schooner E. K. Wood arc both load
ing Migar, the former will probably
leave on Wednesday, February 24th,
and the latter on Saturday, Februiiry
27th, or at the end of the month.
The last few days heavy rain Ihih
lo some extent interfered with work
in the mills, but gives the country a
beautiful verdant appearance.
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
Hysteria, and other diseases of the
hoi vous svstem.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanut Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. DfSf Call and examine our stock.
rT"MIK minimi meeting of tho stock
X holders of the lluwaliuu Haihoad
Co., (L'd). will bu held at their ofllco in
this city TUKSIMY, Feb. 2.1, IBily, ut
0 o'clock a. if,
351 It tfecrelary.
I'll meet you at tho Brunswick.
0. J. McCarthy has lots on Lililui
street for sale. !l-tf
Button Holes, made to order at No.
1 Omdcn Lane. 7-tf
The Brunswick arc tho only Billi.ird
Parlors in town. 6-tf
A notipe to depositors in the Postal
Savings bank appears to-d.iy.
Qkouhk Sandenian oilers furnished
roonis'for rent on Queen street.
Aitkk shaving Use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
SuNiuniN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Tiik sale of Aqua-Marine lots at
Waikiki will take place on March filh
Tiik price of lots on King street
known as the "Wilcox lots" has been
The entertainment by the Y. M. 0.
A. to-morrow will have the assistance
of the Camera Club.
The annual meeting of the Hawai
ian Railroad Co., Limited, will bo
held at their oflice on Tuesday.
Ik you want to save time and
money buy your furniture, etc., at the
I X L, corner Nuuanu and King
Found tho place to buy new and
second band furniture of all kinds at
low prices, the I X L, comer Nuuanu
and King street. 5-2w
Delicious coffee and chocolate will
be served every morning early at tho
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cion, Hotel street. 1-tf
The complimentary benefit to Mrs.
E. Gray will take placo at the Opera
House Saturday evening. The box
plan is now open at L. J. Levey's
Get your boots and shoes made
and repaired by tho old Wailuku
fthoumnkcr, L. Toennies, on East
Hotel street. Fust-class work, low
Ueiikoom sets, wardrobes, ice boxes,
stoves, chairs, hanging lamps, rugs,
bureaus, chcftbiiiors, etc., sold cheap
for cash at the I X L, corner Nuuanu
and King street. 5-2w
T. V. Rawlins, of the Leleo Soap
Works, announces to the public tbat
he is still in business and ready to
supply customers with the best of
Bv oulei of F. W. McChcRiicy, as
signee of the estate of Hamilton
Johnson, tho leases of Waikiki Villa
.mil adjoining house, will be sold at
public auction by J. F. Morgan on
Saturday next at noon.
Anivals Feb. 13, stnir Kilauea Ilou,
Am tern John G. Xoith, M. Ipen, mas
ter, 23 days from Santa Rosalia, Mexico,
in ballast; 11. stmr Kinaii from Hono
lulu; 10, stmr Lclmn from Honolulu;
L'U, stmt K'iinui from Ililo.
Departures -Feb 10, Am. 3-masted
schooner Eva, I. Mollc, master, for San
Francisco with ti!M8 bags sugar, 777,504
lbs., value $22,105.05, shipped by T. 11.
Uavles & Co.; 13, stmr Kilauea lion for
Honolulu; 14, stmr Kinaii for II Ho; 17,
stmr Lt'hiiafor llaiuakuu ports; 20, stmr
Khiatt for Honolulu.
Every familj should be provided
with some reliable medicine for bowel
complaints. A fair trial will con
vince any one that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrlnea Remedy
is without an equal; besides it is
pleasant to take. 25 and oO cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son, .Smith & Co., agents.
I O V V L,
The Event of the Season !
SATURDAY EYENING, Feb, 27
Complimentary iicncflt to Mas. ERNES
TINE GKA"y, uinler the diieetlon
of 1'ltOK. II. Iipi-Giui.
The Programme will Include:
Songs, Dances, Music
Grand Ballet Dance!
With J.iino J.ig'it Effects.
Roy.l Hawaiian Orchestra, Kawuia
hao Choir, and tho
Best Local Talent !
Jgy Ilnx 1'lan for Itesorved Seats at
L. J. Levey's uow opeii. 351 (It
Notice to the Public!
Tlic Hawaiian Soap Works
Is still III existence at the old stand,
L'lco, ami has been so since the year
1855. I am picpaiud to put up Soap ut
the following prices;
$4.60 par Case of 100 lbs,; $4.00
per 100 lbs. In Bulk.
50 Cents each allowed for empty con
tainers returned in good order.
ijQr Weight for weight no rival con
ci'in'cii'i (Supply as good an uiticle for
thu same ju'lec?
iSr-Tho only Jiantlcal Soap lluljpi
In the Hawaiian Islands.
ON Queen street, between
Alalca and Itlelmuls.
For Coughs & Colds.
John F. Jones, Kdoni.Tex., writes
I have used German Syrup for the
past six years, for Sore Throat,
Cough, Colds, Pains in the Chest
and Lungs, and let inc say to any
one wanting such a medicine
German Syrup is the best.
B.W. Baldwin, Carnesville.Temi.,
writes : I Jhave used your German
Syrup in my family, and find it the
best medicine I ever tried for coughs
and colds. I recommend it to every
one for these troubles.
R. Schtnnlliniiscn. Drutrpist. of
Charleston, 111., writes: After trying
scores of prescriptions and prepara
tions I had on my files and shelves
without relief for a very severe cold,
which had settled on my lungs, I
tried your German Syrup. It gave
me immediate relief and a perma
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF
Leases & Furniture !
Hy order of F. AV. McChesney, As
signee of tho Estate of Hamilton John
son, 1 will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, Feb. 27tli,
AT 1 UCIiUUU. XOOV,
The Unexpired Lease of the Premises at
Waikiki kuown as the
The Lease has U years and 3 months to
run at an annual rental of 8775. To
gether with the Lease will be sold the
Household Furniture and Fixtures
As per Inventory which can be -cen at
my Salesroom. There will also he sold
a Lease ot House, and Lot adjoining and
u-eil in connection with the Villa. The
Lease has 1 year ami 10 mouths to run at
aienlal of S:)5 pur month. There will
iiKo he sold 1 Horse, 1 Canlage and 1
tr Km ther particulars, apply to F.
W. Me.Cliesney, Assignee, or to
351 Ot Auctioneer.
Aqua-Marine Beach Lots!
On SATURDAY, March filh,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOQJff,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, 1 will
sell at Public Auction,
SIX BEACH LOTS
lloyonil ICaploliiul Lvarlc.
These Lots, varying from one-half
to seven-tenths of an acie, aie ad
vantageously situated, being just beyond
the Paik, and lying between the Dia
mond Head road and the sea. Govern
ment water Is laid on along tho front of
these Lots on the road. The beach is of
soft white sand, and the iccf is famous
for delicious lish of vaiiou Kinds, which
Tho title Is fee simple, and terms hip
eaih, or one-half caMi and the balance
on mortgage a't 8 peicent for one or two
years. Leeds at the expense of pur
chasers. t8f A chart of the Lots is on exhibi
tion at my .Salesroom.
SQf" These Lots are maikeil by
corner slakes, giving the iiumhcis.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
:t51 lit Auctioneer.
Lane Mucli in Price !
I am now piepaicil to sell those
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS
On li-liiK Btroot,
Known as the "WILCOX LOTS," at a iu
duced figure, apd (in liberal terms.
t&" Intending purchasers will do well
to call eaily.
Ml lw JAS. F. MORGAN.
MONEY TO UUJI.D HOMES.
IF you have a lot, I will build you a
house, and furnish the money on
easy teiuis. J. L. MEYKK,
l'!0 Fori stieet.
Mutual Tel. G(i2; P. O. box !1S7.
"VTOTICE is hereby given (hat Lau
IN Yoik has assigned to mu alibis
luteiest In the linn name of Wing King
Chan, tailor shop, No, 111 Nuuanu btieut.
Feb. 1(1, 18U2. SHil lw
rNSTItUCTION hi Fiench, Spanish
.1 and Latin given by Professor F
Lombald, University Graduate. Classes
niuTniivatu lessons. Grammar or con
versation. Highest (Jiedejitirts from
Fiance and Calfuriilii Terms modu
late, Paitlculars from tho French
Consul, oi at Mrs. Cowes', near Y. M,
C, A. aj8 Mil
1? M. WALSH,
It' Attorney at Law. Oflleo in
Caitwtight linildlng, Meichant stieet,
Honolulu. feb U-iW
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It has paid its membcra 9,nce its organization THReFhUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOL'ARS.
Its Now Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
ItST For full paitlculars apply to
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"' Genet nl Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
The Binjc fas
All interesting incident oc
curred at a wedding in Nyack,
N. Y., recently, says the Al
bany Argus. All went mer
rily until the bridegroom was
called upon to produce the
wedding ring. In vain he
felt in his trousers' pocket
for the indispensable article.
Nothing could be found ex
cept a hole, through which
the ring had evidently fallen
into his boot. What was ho
"Take your boot off," said
the parson. The suspense
and silence were painful.
The organist, nl the domi
nie's bidding, began a u vo
luntary." Tho young man removed
his boot, the ring was found, !
also a hole in his stocking,
and the minister remarked,
evidently with more than the
ceremony in mind, 'Young
man, it is time you were mai
ried." For appropriate Engage
ment or Wedding Kings, in
new ideas and odd shapes,
H, F. WICHMAN.
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T HAVE on hand at'Llt-
1 til' Itlililill," lldlllllll'll,
13 Iloail Ciillfdiniii Mules
i on) U lo 5 years old, many
nf wlilnh uill uolirli fmm
1000 to 1100 His. each; 1 Thoi outlined
IloIU-in liiiil 'J e.UN oiii inn ol nrvt
iMaich; 1 Half JeiMiy linll .'I ye:u- old
next May; i" or (J lmpoiU'd Jovn, all
fjentlc, youn and have had calves within
jiabt two months. A No, for want of iikc
and all us ;ood as new, 1 2--c.iti;d Cov
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Donlile llauiti-is for same. All of above
inotieily can be bought. ch ap.
.7 N. WKICillT,
lino lm P. O. ltox -jr.-j, Honolulu.
Sausages ! Sausages !
F'KKSII Bologna, Liver Pudding,
ISIood Pudding, Head Uheetc,
Fraukfmt fciaiiMiue, Vienna Sausage and
Klne. Pork Sausage always on hind and
dullveied to older by
OKO. D. SOIIltAKDKR,
V.V2 Koit stieet. two doors above the
Get mania iMatket.
Hr Mutual Tel. 710. alililm
ALL parties who haw left watches op
rloeks with A. A, Poilpn, Wai
luku, Maui, for icpairs. niu hcichy unti
tled to claim their ptopoity within sixty
days, as they will he uebancd ftoin
claiming thei caller, he having gone out
of buiiiess. Claims to be bout to Mr.
Kckait. at Mr. Dot ion's late place of
business, Wullukii, or to the uuder
lgned. 'I'llOti. NO'IT,
315 1m Honolulu.
Mll.lt. O. HARNFIKLI) holds classes
In Drawing and Painting at his
htitdin, Hotel stieet, back of Dih. Ander
son iV Luiidy. till tf
VI H. ALLKN HUTCHINSON holds
11 his classes on Wednesday and
.Satiiidny at his Studio. No. 4 A1Ici'k
aventio, l'ii!!!:!ibovl stieet, opposite the
ui'cn'a Hospital. o!u if
A OOIUMX Bolter Pup,
ttboi't 10 weeks old.
A iflw'tui) of 010 will ))o
paid to anyone on the re
turn of tho nun to W. II
Cunningham at the Anc)or Saloon.
Anyone found In possession of said pup
alter this notice ha nppenred vll bo
pioseoutcd to the full extent of the law.
THE REPORT ON
k Life insor
to York Statu SiipriHteiiiit of Insurance,
Published January 22, (892, Shows:
Assets June 30, 1891, per Superin
tendent's Ilepori, - SI 20,710,690
Assets January 1, 1801, per Com
pany's Report, - - SI 15,947,809
Surplus June 30, 185)1, per Supeiin-
tendent's Koport, - S 1 4 708,675
Surplus January 1, 1801, per Com
pany's Report, - - s 14,898,450
The above Surplus as shown by the Superintendent's
report is larger than that of any other purely mutual life
insurance company in the world.
C. O. BEEGER,
31-l-lw General Agent Hawaiian Islands.
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FAMILY MEDICINES, so long
held by our house, has been
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all orders should bo sent.
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