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Honolulu, 11. l.,Miuch 15,181)2. J
SEALED TENDEUS will bo re
ceived ut the oflico of the Oollectoi
General of Customs until MONDAY,
the 2l8t of March, ut 12 o'clock noon,
for the Printing ami Rinding of the
Colleetor'H Annual Report for 1891.
Specimens of the work to be done
can be been at the Custom Houto.
Tim Collector of Customs docs not
bind himself to accept the lowest or
A. S. CLEGHOHN,
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
pajing water rates, iuc hereby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
i 'ligation purposes are from 0 to 8
o'clock, A. ji., and 4 to (5 o'clock r. m.
until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Sunt. Honolulu ater Works.
C. N. Srnxcmi,
Minister of the Interior.
1'ursuant to a icsolution of the
Legislative Assembly passed May 4,
1882, the Birthday of Kanieliameha
III., March 17th, will be observed as a
National Holiday, and all Government
Otlices throughout the Kingdom will
be closed on thai d.iy.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, March 1G, 1892.
A. Rosa, Esq., lias this day been
appointed Notary Public for the First
Judicial Ciieuit of the Kingdom.
C. N. SPENCER,
Ministei of the Interior.
Intorior Olli-e, Mareli 12, 1892.
Pledged to nctther A- nor Parry,
But rstaolhhed toy tie bcncU of all.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1G, 1892.
"Royalist," whose letter is well
worth publishing, has like "X. Y.
Z." neglected to enclose his real
name. The ride cannot be broken,
even for "Junius" himself.
The remarks of Mr. A. S. Hart
well at the General Armstrong meet
ing last week were inadvertently
omitted from our report. This was
an unfortunate mistake that is much
regretted, as Mr. Ilartwell is a life
long friend of the General, his com
panion in both peace and war, and
was one of the chief promoters of
If it were true that the fire alarm
was postponed yesterday morning to
give an advantage to the company
that camps in the Bell Tower, then a
wrong would have been done to the
public as well as to rival companies.
Suppose the engine that got the start
in such a case should break down,
the result might be that the dela' of
other engines from the withholding
of. the alarm would cause the loss of
much valuable property. Enquiry
into the matter, however, elicits a
satisfactory explanation of the oc
currence. The alarm was brought to
the Bell Tower by a lad on horse
hack, who did not wait to give full
particulars to the watchman but rode
rapidly off. On another lad's com
ing up with a repetition of the alarm,
tho watchers of Engine Co. No. 2
got the horses hitched and the
machine away before the alarm was
struck. In the meantime the watch
man received telephonic information
of the location of the fire and rang
THE BOUNTY SYMPOSIUM.
To give the readers of the Bulle
tin some idea of the working of the
sugar bounty system in the United
States thus far, and of the nature of
the controversy that is still main
tained over the measure, a large
number of extracts are compiled
from Into American papers in this is
sue. This symposium of press views
will yield valuablo ideas to our peo
ple besides tho bald news. It shows
that the. beet sugar industry as now
developing is tho result of far-sighted
enterprise, and is in the samo cate
gory there us the diversified indus
tries to ft Inch theso islands are
stretching out their hands in hopeful
The porusal of tho salient facts
ami comments on either side leaves
one with a strong belief that the beet
sugar industry could have been
healthily developed without the aid of
bounties, while the strong opposition
persistently made to the houuty sys
tem since its inauguration would
indicate that any considerable change
in the political situation miiy cause
sudden abolition of the bounties. To
have them abolished while the indus
try is in the fostering stage from
their stimulus would be much worse
for the beet sugar producers than if
they had never been offered. Theie
would be the collapse of an inflated
condition similar to what has hap
pened in Hawaii on the neutralization
of the advantages of reciprocity
caused by the abolition ot the duly
on raw sugar in the United States.
This latter consideration, however,
may be regarded as one of the
strongest bulwarks of the bounty
system, because many public men
who are opposed to it on principle
would hesitate to strike it down sum
marily while immense investments
still looked lo it as necessary protec
tion. On the other hand, the system
stands in eoustant danger from the
logical claims which other industries
than the sugar are liable to base on
its existence. Such claims are even
now cropping up in the arguments
of opponents of the sugar bounties,
and those in whose name they are
raised may not be slow in adopting
ihem as formal demands on the na
tion. It should be remembered that the
stiirar bounties were not part of the
oiiginal McKinley Bill, but were
skilfully engineered into it while it
ft as being put through Congress.
Therefore, the bounties are not ne
ccssardy a part of the revised protec
tive policy of the nation, which is
likely not very soon to be abandoned
in block. Free trade with all the
world the United States seems des
tined to reach by a process of evolu
tion, one of the earliest stages of
which maj' be recognized in the policy
now being carried out of reciprocity
treaties in every quarter.
GUILTY OF AFFRAY.
liihlmicu ol lIoiiilliiinlHin at I'.m-
II1I1 Miu u IT.
E. Holt and Kaholoho were brought
before the Police Justice this morning
charged with affray. In connection
with this case was a charge, of assault
and battery entered by the latter
against Chris. Holt and E. Quinn.
This latter charge, however, was nol
pros'd. The evidence went to show
that on Monday night at the band
concert at Emma Square, the parties
concerned engaged in a "war of
words" wherein several ungentleman
like epithets were used. The result
was that a challenge was issued, by
which party is uncertain, the evi
dence being conllicting. The gang,
however, alter some time disappeared.
It appears that E. Holt and his two
mates went away and awaited the
opposing party nearKawaiuhau Lane.
Presently along came Kahololio anil
two others, when another gage of
battle was Hung down and accepted.
In the darkness of the lane a set-to
was commenced. E. Holt being the
more scientific of the two countered
a heavy right hand lunge and black
ened his opponent's eye. The blow
was too much for Kahololio and he
His Honor, after hearing the testi
mony, said that if the police had
been on hand at Emma Square the
trouble would have been nipped in
the bud. However, he considered
both guilty and fined them $10 and
S3. 130 costs each. A. Rosa appeared
THE COURT DECIDES
3I!1iiIcih)i!i in I lie, l.ei:inluliire im
Not nu Oflico or Kinoluuii'iit.
A decision was filed in the Supreme
Court in banco yesterday in the case
of Lui Self, charged with maintain
ing a lottery. The point in question
was that it was unconstitutional for
a member of the Legislature to sit as
a juryman, such being tho case when
Self was on trial before a Hawaiian
jury. Tho Court held that as a mem
ber of the Legislative body the man
did not hold an olllco of emolument,
therefore the exceptions were over
ruled. J. L. Kaulukou appeared for
NOT A FAIR RACE.
Editoii Bulletin :
Please allow me to make a small
amendment to your very authentic
account of yesterday morning's blaze
First, that the Bell Tower com
bination held back tho alarm until
No. 2 appuratus was well over towards
Secondly, that Engine Co. No. 1,
arrived four minutes later, had to
run five hundred yards farthor than
No. 2, and still hud the houor of first
water, and prevented tho firo from
reaching the adjoining building mu
kai. Honor to whom honor is due,
Mr. Editor. Si'kctatoh.
Two bankrupt cases were heard
before Chief Justice Judd to-day,
In the estate of Tai Lung nine credi
tors proved claims amounting to 3,
218. 40, and J. Rubciisteiu was ap
pointed assignee under $500 bond.
In the matter of W. D. Mc
Wayne. Seven creditors proved
claims amounting in all lo 555.59,
WHAT THEY SAY.
That the watering catt has too
good a delivery on Fort street side
walks. That the morning Roaster's re
ceiver ot stolen goods is still im
penitent, and official letters must not
be left lying loose while he is around.
That the anti-monarchical agitators
never saw any flaws in the royal estab
lishment while they fattened and Hour
ished under its ivgis.
That the treaty was made for the
benefit of native llawaiians, but
failed largely in that object; and, as
under it many of them have lost
their lands, it is outrageous to ask
them also to surrender their institu
tions and independence.
That it is rather mean for the
beneficiaries of recipioeity a boon
that could not have been got but for
the influence of native royalty- to
accuse the royal slate of being one
ol the causes of hard times.
That the advocates of a republic
apart from connection with the
United States are worse than fools
they are knaves playing the part of
piratical wreckers for what they can
j;et out of the ship of state when on
That the advocates of annexation
arc no worse than fools, disturbing
public equanimity for an end at pre
sent impossible the conditions of
the case absolutely precluding any
change in that direction beyond a
protectorate, which virtually exists
already with two oilier nations co
operating. That lite United Stales will not
admit a State or Territory with 25,
000 Chinese; will not tolerate a con
tract labor system; will not incur the
expense of fortifying one of the most
dillicult coasts to defend in all the
earth; will not annex the group
without Urn general request of the
That the Crown Lands would be of
better value to the country at large
by l dimming in the present hands
than becoming the pre' of greedy
speculators, who would not bo long
in getting hold of them once they
were alienated to the stale.
That the Bulluiin never avsuines
that a morning paper has not a place
of its own to lili - even if containing
7fi percent of gas it may bo tolerated
as a nece-isary evil.
That Ka Leo is an odd mixture of
political quackery, pious cant, vin
dictive personalities and social filth,
while it leads the Advertiser in the
yield of socialistic rliidomontade.
That woman suffrage would mean
the degradation, not the cmnneip-i-tion
of the gentler sex.
That cane cultivation by the lease
hold system will be gradually intro
duced, to the ultimate supplanting
ot the coolie contract labor system.
That a republic requires a homo
geneous and enlightened body poli
tic to enable it to achieve any sem
blance of success.
HOFISFORD'S A ID FH0SPHAT?
Beware i f Imitations.
if. u R"? h s a ,
Ji JJL AiL2LUy-
" I have been a great
sufferer from Asth
ma and severe Colds
every Winter, and last Fall my
friends as well as myself thought
because of my feeble condition, and
great distress from constant cough
ing, and inability to raise any of the
accumulated matter from my lungs,
that my time was close at hand.
When nearly worn out for want of
sleep and rest, a friend recommend
ed me to try thy valuable medicine,
Iioschee s German
Svrup. I am con
fident it saved my
life. Almost the first
dose gave me great
relief anda gentle re
freshing sleep, such as I had not had
for weeks, ftfy cough began immedi
ately to loosen and pass away, and
I found myself rapidly gaining in
health and weight. I am pleased
to inform thee unsolicited that I
am in excellent health and do cer
tainly attribute it to thy Boschee's
German Syrup, C. B. Stickney,
Picton, Ontario." &
Auction Siles by Lewis J. Levey.
IJy onlci of Mr. V. Opfurgelt. ssignco
of the Iiuukriipt Estate of Chin I'liu, 1
will sell at Pnhllo Auction, at my Sales
rooms, On PMIDAY, March 18th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A U..
Tho whole of the Stock of Mcichiliidlso
and Store Fixtures beluiiglng to said
estate, consisting of a Guienil Assoit
All new and in lino order, comprising
Denims, Shins, brills, I"Iaiiiiuls,
White A Hi own C'ntton-s, Linings,
Spool .Silk & Thread, lliittons.
Tailors' Irons & Shears, I'll cpronf Safe,
G Remington & 1 Domestic Sewing Ma
cIimcs ncrrly mw.
Chairs, Tables, La p, Gioik, Lie.
TK1UIN V lill.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
AN Unfurnished Kooin suit
able for u young man,
nicely located near the I'alacc,
Willi mo use oi a iMiriiisneu runor.
Apply at tliU ollee, 8W lit
March 17, 1892
- tr ftaSiJSg-SsilwJ
V Spoilt 1$J1CJ 1'!
1 YACHT RACE 1st Class.
CoDiisn: Staitlng from a lino drawn
hi extension of tho l'carl City wharf,
down the main channel, to tho mouth of
thulmibor, near tho reef, taking around
tho stake boat; theueo up the main chan
nel to tho Ilonoiiliiill Loch, im the llono-
iillull Loch to and tacking around a stake
boat at the head of this l.oeh opposite
Kobineoii's landing; thence out of the
llououlhill Loch up the main channel,
passing between Kurd' Island and the
Manaiia I'enbisiila, to tho windward of
Foul's Island; thence down tho channel
lj-ing east of Ford's If land making a cir
cuit of Fold's Island; tlieneo to the.
point of commencement.
2 YACHT HACK 2d Oi.Ass.
Counsi:: Starting froinTi line drawn
in extension of tlio l'oai'l Oily whaif.
down III'' main channel, to the mouth of
the inn bo', near die reef, taekintr around
tho stake boat; thence up the main cliau
in'l, pas-ing between hold's Island and
the M nana Peninsula, lo tho windward
of Fold's Is-land; thence down the chan
nel lying F.ast of FoidV Island m iKini;
tho ciieuit of Ford's Island; tlieneo lo
the point of commencement.
H YACHT RACE 3d Ci.ab. For
Open Boats under 18 feet length.
1st Prize, $20; 2d Piizo, iflO.
Coriisi:: From starting point. ame
as in Uncus 1 and 2, to windward of
Ford's N'and, making ciieuit of iid
Island, thence to point of commence
ment. Yachts will assemble off the foot of
l.elma Avenue in Pearl City Peninsula
at 0 a.m.
A preparatory gnu will be Ihed on tho
Judge's boat at !i:U0 A. m. 'I he -tarting
gun will be llred al 10 A. m. sh.up.
Tho start will he a llying one; tho
timo of each yacht being taken as she
cios-os tho lino, but no yacht shall bo
allowed moio than ten minutes within
which to start after the signal to sjait
has been given.
Time allowance one minute to tho ton
for I'd Class Yachts. .t Olas-, Yachts
as per schedule.
Each yacht must carry atliorinaiutop
m list head, a distinguishing Hag of a
suitable -Ize, which niii-r not lie hauled
down unless she gives up the race
Each yacht slnill carry dining the vivo
no more than the usual anchois and
chains, which must not 1" used as ship
ping halhiet or for altering the trim of
the yacht Xo bags of 'hot sh ill be on
boaidaud all ballast shall he propeily
stowed under tho platforms or in looker
ami shall nol be shipped or trimmed in
any way whateer during the nice.
Xo restiiction as to quantity of sail.
TR? owing" XSfB.ee?;.
1 SIX-OAKED BOATS Sliding
Couusk: Stilting from a lino drawn
in extension ot the Pe.ul City wharf, to
and loiniil a stake boat at the head of
Waipio l.oeh, tlieneo to the point of
o FOUU-OAIIED BOATS Slidi.vo
Counsi:: Same a in ltace Xo. 1.
(i SIX-OA KE1) BOATS Si-atiox-aky
Slats. 1st Prue, $20; 2d
Coritsu: Same as In Haoes laudi;
cour-e to bo pulled over twice.
X. H. Tho Jtegatta Jiaees will l;o
miller the i tiles adopted by the Hawaiian
Uowing it Yachting Association; copies
ot which can lie obtained from V. U.
In all races, two or more boats must
stall to miiku a race.
The rowing races will take place at 1
o'clock i'. m. .-harp.
The signal gun will be Hied from the
Judge's stand at 12 ::I0 o'clock
Signal for '.ho computing boats to as
semble at tho sinning, lino will bo the
tiring of a gun 10 minutes boforu Hie
Stmt of eaeli race.
.TuixiL's: O. II WilMMi, W. JI
Glffiud, Oapt. .1. A. King.
TniLKLiU'Liis: Jos. Ilubash, W. F.
IQ" List of entries will ho open at the
olllo.i ot the Sui'LUiNTK.Niir.NT of the
Oaihj Kailway & Lami Co., until id
o'clock noon, .March l.", IB')2.
Pfizos for llio abova Itaccs are now on Exhi
bition at tho PACIFIC IUHDWAKE
CO.'S STORE, Foil Street
TitAIXS will leave Honolulu for Pearl
Ilaihorat 7;3n, !), 10, 11, 12 a. m.,
and 1, L;l,'l and 1:30 v. si,
UETUItXIXO will leave Peail Mai boi
ler Honolulu KVEBY HOUR.
Popular Rates of Fare :
50c BOUND TB1P-50C
AFTER this date 1 will not be res
ponsible for any debts wllhuut
my written older,
Honolulu, March 1C,J612. a70 III
For Moulding Frames,
Paslels, Artotyiius, Fholo-
.,. . .
gravuro, isiemn .mu
everytliiiijJT i the line oj
pictures, go to King; Bros.,
lt!0tA358 A. Wrf'lUlWV, 1-roMlaenl.
Issues Evory Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its memhers since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR lYlLLIONS OF DOLLARS,
Il9 New Dislrihution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
65 bor full particulars applv lo
y?. a-s. K-?O0,
1-91 General Agcnl for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., I'D.
DOOK MATS. DOUR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality; loitered
"Aloha, " "Welcome," and pi'
Coeoaniil Mats, a ilc&iiahlu'assoiU
Slccl Scraper Mats, practical, so"??
flg?" Call and examine our stool
Auction Sales by James F. rilorgan
On F HID AY, Mnmli J 8 th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
Al the Ke-idenre of Mr. V. May. No.
Kiiift b'treel near AtaKea, I will .-ell al
Public Auction Ihe
Household Fumitu e
Single and Double Bedrteids,
Chali-!!, Table-, Iinip-.
A Lot of FireWGo:i, E;c, Et .
,JAS. P. MOHGAS,
SALE OF Tllbl
Uiiioo Iron Works Propaly
AT FUBLIC AUCTION.
By ordei of A. .1. Cartwrigbt, W. V.
Allen and W. O. Smith, Ueceivei of
the Union lion Works Company, and
Trustees, under two ei-ilaiii Ucedn ut
Tru.-t of .--lid Company diiud respect
ively the 29th day of Decjinbmr, A.
1). 1S9U, and the !ll day of Oel her,
A. I). 1891, and recoidcd in the Regis
try of Deed in wrd Honolulu, in
Book 132 on pagee" 21 to 24, and in
Book 131 on pagen 332 to 337, I ti!l
sell at Public Auction
On SATUIiDAY, March 15),
AT 12 , J.OJJU SOUS
At. my Salesroom, in 'Jucon street,
Honolulu, II. I.,
All of Ihe Property of (Ik Union lion
Works Company now in the poa.-us-ion
of tlm Miid Ucceiveis and Tint
leer., including ila
PUv.t, Stock, iVScreha i'Jise .-wti
But excepting its coutiaels, acauunU,
and elioM'b in action, heiiijr, oxcept as
above mentioned, nil of lliv Pivpeity
gi.mled lo paid Trustees by said
Deeds of Trust.
The said Piopeily will be oU'eieil
for hale al the upsul price of !fij.,,.ri()0.
An iuventorv of ihe Pinperty i
open for iuPpeLlioii at my s-.iid sules-
g,?ir" Also immediately af'er the
above sale, will be sold, upon lb- -ame
authority, ONK MARSDKN A KICK
A Rl) EVAPORATOR partly con
Miuelod now on the pieinihcs of the
Union lion Works Co., ami in posses
sion of the a.iid Receivi r. -
,7 AS. F..MOIIG X,
;i(!7 7t Alletioiiei't-.
HrliifT u in a couple of
pound of ihopo (IclU-luu-
Broakfist a.iuslnos '
This Is what folks sing out
when they see the iViilrid
Market .Sausage Wagon
going past their gate. If
you nil--, the wagon tele
phone l'i the MaiKot and
you will be pioinpllv at
tended to. Ileadclii'.-o,
Hologua Siui.-iige and all
kinds of meal always on
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
JAB. H, L0VU, I'rppridor.
it'a) I in
. 'j'"ij .Nicciy iMirnisi
$SWSw -- Rooms ceiitr-illy local
wiSSSa Kmiuii'o lii'i.urriis Ulllce.
FOUSAl.li! or IJCAKIO
V f JJKSIDKNOK on Lunalllii
,-'Yf,ii$i sti eel pii'M'inlj occupied
SS&fJ&by Mr. J. A. Iv uiu-dy, con
taining double parlor,-,, four hedcooiiin,
dhiiiig-iooui, bathiooiu, largo, dinlug
iiiom, kitchen and piiuliyj'veivnni'B
room. siahliiiLr. etc.. on lear of main
, liiillillmr CiieimU 'tolls Hi . f e... . well
j;;-r v ;;;;,,,; Hm Vu.gnst i...t
adjoining :()xio; feet mi be puivhasid
on leuboiiuuie lunus,
It. I, Lit. I.IK,
1U8 tf With Thco. IL Davlea it Co.
i1 1: O M
w I rfp
Interest, Rents, etc v
Trus-L Deposits .
3?WB Q WB I
Endowments and Annuities . .'
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc...,
TOTAL TO POLICY-HOLDERS,
New Policies Issued. ..
New Insurance Written.
Liabilities,'! per cent. Standard.
Policies in Force ,
Insurance in Force
Growth of the ? Company During the
Past Blevea Years.
NEW INSURANCE ISSUED.
In the year 18S0.. ..
In the year 1885....
In Ihe year 1891....
In the year 1880 , - 8 8,904,719 41
In (lie year 1SS5 10,121,172 74
In the year 1S91 mvt 31,854, 191 98
InSUHANCEIN FORCf .
Januaiy 1 , 1S8 1 ". ?.,.' '. $j 135,720,91 0. 00
.January 1, IS80 '.. .'."...;. 259,07-1,500 00
Januaiy l,s 182.
Januaiy 1, 1SS0,.
Jniiual-y 1,' 1892.
January 1, 1SS1 0,017,202 81
January 1, 1S80 10,188,215 90
January 1 , 1892 Ji- -. 15,14 1,023 31
In the year 1880 .4, A 6 4,199,89124
In the year 1,885 .' ; 7,081,873 75
In tie year "1891... 919: 12,071,490 88
P. D. CORSETS
.IiihI IiwiMvwl a Full Line of P. D. (X)1SKTS ut
Tsacr 8bA &.m& m. BB-nrfii9
IN ALL liUALITJKS AND ALL SIZES.
CO.ME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T M HEAT I Q (J (J X S . 1T 0AN'T 1JK 1,BAT '
OF NEW YORK.
T II V.
tIi'i'.' - - -
a a w w b &a a e nj w 2Pwi
8 2G,2.")G,27") -10
,..S 31,851,194. 98
.S 0,087,020 70
!, S 12,071,
, ...Sl52,Cfi 1,982 00
JAN. 1, ,1892.
.SI 10,80(1,207 50
. $15,141,023 31
,S 22,229,979 00
. 0rf,521,452 00
. 152,001,982 00
L..t. .?.-;.". 014,824,713 00
,7 S 43,183,931 81
'..'.' 00,801,321 32
V;. . 125,917,290 81
O. Of RrgEi3XS,ir5 2UHr.
Giuiofiil A .it fur tho HdWiiilui Inlands.