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NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the proecs of deepening the
channel ut the entrance to Honolulu
harbor the Dicdgor will lie in opotu
tion night and day. At night thoie
will bo a danger signal placed on the
forward denick of Dredger about !!0
feet above sea leel, which can be s.oou
by all vesbels appioaching the harbor.
Tho signal consists Iteil lied
of three red lights
and a white light
as in the diagram, White
the red lights being
about 3 feet apart
with the white light
in the center. Heel
All steamers ciosbing the bar will
stop at a safe distance fiom the Died
ger and give one blast of then whistle
which will bo answeicd by a single
blast from the Dredgei, to be fol
lowed by three blasts from the Dredg
er when the passage is clear and they
The Tug will be on hand when not
otherwise engaged to iibsint tailing craft
in passing the Dredgei when neci"
Barv. C.N. Sl'ENCCR,
Minister of the Intenoi.
Interior Otlice, March I), 1S92.
BuilfcAU 01- CUbTOMc, I
Honolulu, H. l.,M.ueh 15,1&!)2 $
SEALED TENDERS will bu 10
ceied at the oflice of the Oolloelot
Generul of Customs until MONDAY,
the 21st of Mai eh, .it 12 u'dock noon,
for the Printing and Binding of the
Collector' Annuil Report for lS'M.
Specimens of the woik to be done
can be been at the Cif-tom House.
The Collector of Custom, docs not
bind himself to accept tne lowest oi
A. S. CLEG1I0RN,
Honolulu, H. 1., Dec. 2, 185) 1.
Holders of watei pmileges, oi those
pajing water laleb, are heieby noti
fied that the hours foi using watei foi
irrigation purposes arc from 0 to 8
o'clock a. m., and 1 to G o'clock i i .
until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu "Water Woik.
C. N. Spencer,
Minister of the iutcnor.
1" M JK
a tig u H ct'isi
Pledged to neitlur Sect nor Party,
But established for the bcneit of all.
FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1892.
An article in "Diversified Indus
tries" on the "Sweet Potato" begun
to-day &eems to be one of the most
important in the seiies.
The Bulletin is somewhat handi
capped to-day by the absence, owing
to sad bereavement, of its regular
staff local and shipping reporter,
and this with an eventful holiday to
report. A substitute for the absent
reporter was not obtained till a late
hour. Readers will please pardon
any observed deficiencies.
The suggestion of a coi respondent
that aid should be given to the
various schools that combine indus
trial with intellectual education, in
order to enable them to afford in
struction in scientific agiiculture by
competent teachers, is worthy of
consideration. Lately an agiicul
tural professor recommended by the
United States Secretary of Agricul
ture passed tluough Honolulu to
take a position as instructor under
the Government of Queensland. As
moBt of the wealth of this country
must continue to he derived from the
soil, there is no more important
question than that of agriculluial
development to enlist public con
sideration. Messrs. Cage &. Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism theio
as follows: "The wife of Mr. Win,
Pruitt, tho Postmaster heio, had been
bed-ridden with rheumatism for sev
eral years. She could get nothing
to do her any good, Wo sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and she was completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to her to
verify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
smith & Co., Agents.
Her Majesty Gives One of the
Perfect Arrangoaicnts-Budnt't'il Dicor
ations Reffosuments R ink
and F.ishtou In Great
Since Iolani Palace was built it
has nevei been the scene of a moie
brilliant entertainment than that
given by Queen Liliuokalani last
night. It was a magnificent closing
of a popular holiday-keeping.
Besides the rank, beauty, fashion
and manhood of tho community, in
large lepresentution, theio was the
added biilliancy of the naval utii
foims of the ' United States and
Elaborate and elegant preparations
had been made by the ollleuls of the
Household for the eout. The point
of icccption of guests was with ad
vantage changed from the fiont on
tianco of tho Palace to the entrance
to the Chanibei Iain's ollice. This
affouled eus access to moie spacious
hat and cloak rooms than tho main
tlooi of the building contains, also
enabled guests to prepare themselves
for piesent.ilion without having to
picas tluough Huongs of earliu
comers before lousing their toilets.
A canopy was plated ovei the re
ception poit-ils, and on passing be
neath it the gueits weio conducted
ladies to large apiu Imoiits on the
left, gentlemen to the spacious outei
olliies of the Cliamhcil.iiu on the
light. Diapei,) ol tod, white and
blue bunting, tiimiiicd with wreaths,
lined the corrttlot leading from the
dressing room to the stairci-"e.
Ilei Alaiest informally lecuvcd
the guests in the throne loom This
always beautiful apaitment was in all
the gloiy of a Hood of elettnc light
from the magnificent ci.vM-il chande
liers. Great binks of llnweisweio
placed at the b tse of the l.uge niir
rois, while trailing vines weie taste
fully disposed along the walls ovci
bead. The hallway was goigooiisly
decorated with stands and pots of
plants and floweis. There were beau
tiful arrangements of flowers on the
grand staircase, at the head of winch
was an cnwrcalhed device, homing
the initial lottoi of "Aloha." On the
dais in the throne loom, in fiont of
which the Queen stood bowing hoi
welcome to the gnosis in piomcnadc,
were placed a tabu t-tiik and large
Music for the dancing was played
by the Ro)al Hawaiian Orchestra,
stationed at the rear of the hall, con
ducted by Piof. Beiger. The hand
of the U. S. flajislnp San Ft.inci'-co
occupied a platfoim off the hick ver
anda, placing selections between
dances. Dancing was conducted m
both the throne loom and the slate
About midnight the Queen, lean
ing on the aim of Adinual Biown,
led the way to the refreshment lanai
in the lront yard. His Ecelleno
Gov. Cleghorn conducted .'Mis. Judd,
Piince Kawanauakoa was the escoit
of Mrs. Brown, and so on, but the
seating at Her Majesty's table was
not in anywise official but purely in
formal. A plank walk led from the Palace
entrance to tho lanai, which is the
structuio erected for Her Majestv's
Accession Day liia.it. The building
was gay with (lags and biilhant with
electric light. Theie was a choice
layout of edibles, substantial as well
as delicacies. After the supper
dancing was resumed, the remainder
of the order occupying a couple of
Major Robeitson and Her Maj
esty's staff are worthy of all praise
for the excellent management of so
grand an entertainment. Her Maj
esty is to be congratulated on the
signal success of her first state ball.
a double IhuffTe.
Euiioii Bulm riv:
Recently what purports to bo Ka
Leo's English page is devoted to fo
menting discontent and feeding the
depraved appetite of a certain few
foreigners hero who hanker after the
government llesh-pots. The matter
furnished by Ka Leo lor this section
of the discontented is intended to
lead them to watch and piay for a
chance to cut throats, or, at the veiy
mildest, to put guns to I heir shoul
ders and make read' j that is leally
what the English teachings of Ka
Leo amount to. But how about the
Hawaiian portion of Ka Leo? Ah!
quite another picture, Heio wo fail
to find a word lavoring annexation or
a republic, and tho native reader of
Ka Leo is in blissful (?) ignoiunco
of the fact that the editor and quon
dam patriot-statesman is playing the
part of low trickster in such double
dealing. John E. Bush is well aw are
of the fact that he daro not talk an
nexation or republicanism befoic an
audience of his countrymen, for fear
of being tin own out of the ncaicst
window. Yet this man, who would
pose as the philosopher, guide and
friend of his people, is willing to lie
by misleading strangcis on a matter
of such momentous consequence as
the truth about the national senti
ment among Hawaiians.
Knnou Bi til tin:
On looking ovir the columns of the
Adveitisor n few days ago, I noticed
a letter proposing a newspaper dis
cussion on the advisability of estab
lishing a lepublican foi in of govern
ment foi these islands and thou an
nexation. In the issue of same
paper dated loth int., there is a let
ter headed "Salvation in Annexa
tion" signed bv "Zero," hut it
reads as if it emanated from the same
pen as former one. No doubt "Zero"
has a pei feet right to his opinions
and to express them if he chooses,
but w hen ho makes the statement that
"the prevailing sentiment of both
natives and foreigmus is foi anncvi
tion," he asseits what he cannot sub
stantiate ; the opinions of a few dis
appointed politicians, chronic growl
ers and thwarted traitors cannot be
accepted as the opinion of tho whole
And pi ay where does the salvation
of the count! v come in? Is a lepub
lican form of government the pana
cea for all Hie ills that alllict this
lovely countiy? 1 think not, foi
it's more costly, more coiruptaml
certainly opens more (loots for specu
lation than a libeial monarchy.
As to cost, if Zeio will load statis
tics showing cost of the French ind
American icpublics compared to the
cost of muiuichieal Great Britain lie
will if honestly seeking the truth
acknowledge the snpeiiorily of the
lallei. I must only icfer him to the
dail, American pre-s of the piescnl
tune 'o prove the corruption and un
coitauily of a lepublic. lie will
leal n theio that merchants arc ufiaid
to hunch out until it is known which
party is to govern; consequently
money is scirce and the mass of the
Of course as a republic anjone
will have a chance to be elected
1'iesident. That mutely depends on
iii se and parly independent of eh.ir
ictei , and the foitunato one elected
bv the two P 's mav retire at the end
of his term on a small fortune saved
fiotn the p.i , etc., of Ins ollice.
As I understand Zeto, it is the
planteis who ate to reap the greatest
iieneht ft om this political change;
tlie cotiuliy and common people only
fiom tho supoi-uhundance of those
hat otis sis in the good old English
I i -. I wnndoi if it ever occurred
to Zeio that this little Kingdom and
tlw.iv,s w. iilhc home of the llawat
i ills bi'iote the sugai batons weie
ho.iid of ; that ihuy ate bete to slaj
unlike the foiciguci who inctely gets
ill lie can, ihen (pill- to moie con
txeni.il climes. Ibis being so the Ila
waii.ius and ihev onlv have the right
losn illicit t what foi tn of govern
ment tliov will live. If those lew sore
heads objecl, the.v have the privilege
of leluining to tho lounliy of then
dioicc, and it is nothkel the natives
will lose inncii deep in muuruin the
Zero's iciii uks about loynltv, aic
too tmetile to notice. Thov merely
expose his ignoiatice .mil his nalion
A lata! mish ip oicuiied with the
Amci ic.in whiliug birk Andrew
links while off the equator. That
vessel artivcd heio c"-leiday with 70
tui'ols of sppim oil. At the place
mentioned the vessel loveied foi a
whale. The sleet er in one of the
boats darted his lance into tho ani
mal. Immediately on feeling tho
lion the gie.it ctealure gave a mighty
lurch, turning completolv over. Its
huge bulk stiuck the bo it and demo
lished it, its ocetip nits being tluown
a snuggling group into tho water.
Edgar 11. Dm-, wis killed and C'has.
Tnpp severely in piled.
Bcw.nc nf Imii itions
Auction Salo") dj James r. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
KA.HUKU STOCK !
TO-MOKKOW, March l!)th,
AT V4 (I'l'l.Ot It VtlllV,
At mv Salcsiooni, Qiieen stieel, I will
sell at Public Auction,
45 Shares Kahuku Plan, Stock
.IAS. F. MORCJAN,
:I71.' It Auctioned.
Uj oi del of .Mi. IC. Pnik'jii. Assignee
of the l.stato of .h Yet Co., I will sell
at Public viutiun at tnv !saltiooii,
On THURSDAY, March 'M,
V 11) (''I,MIt A. 3 .
Tho bloi K of MeioliiimlNii of s ml estate,
Gent's Sooks, Hosiery,
Pilots, I.awii", I)i cm, Goods,
htaiukild W. slihts, Wool Choielillln,
Gents' Fine Suits,
,Sllsl)i'l)ilcis. Poll it Mi.iw Hilts. I
Wliito iV Htown ('ntiiiiin,
Gent'fc Gaiters & Shoes,
A veij line line of
Leather Yiillsis, I'ltiuks,
3 New Hini) stwliM Mddiues Etc,
iIAS. F. KIOItUAN,
Mi fit Auctioneer.
AFTER this (Into 1 will not boto-,-ponslulo
for aitv debt', without
my wiittcn order.
llonobtlu, March 15, lbOl. 370 it
Auction Sales by Jaus F. Morgan.
BUILDING SITES !
At mv salesroom, Queen street, 1 will ,
"ell at Public Auction, '
On SATURDAY, march 20,
A.T la O'CLOfJK IIOON.
Fotmoilv occupied l Mi, .1. A. IIiib-
smgei as a Kcsideiiu , on l'likoi
and I'dnsniohi Htteits.
The Lot is 200 feet vvtile and 100
feet deep with if 25 foot entianoe fiom
l'likoi street, and 25 fool fiotn l'ensa
eola sheet. There is a
LARGE DWELLING HOUSE
On the piodorty, containing l'ailor,
Dining Konm, J Bedrooms, L.ugc
'i rnndis, Piinttj, Kitchen,
itc., etc , etc.
At the Mine tone will bo oold
TintElS BUILDING LOTS ;
Adjoining the above on l'likoi street ;
sie 75 feet on l'nkot street,
ami 200 feel deep.
All thtii piopintv is nicely planted
with Flint and Sh ulu Trees. Watei
laid on thiough()iit.
"Putt ol the puichase money
can loniain on mortgage. Forfuithei
patheuliirs applj to
.1 VS. V. MORGAN,
172 St Auctioned.
SALE OF THE
Onion Iran Works Property
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Hv (itdiuof A .) C.ntvvright, W. F.
Allen mil W. O Smith, Receivers of
the I'tiioii lion Work" Company , and
I ltistcc-., undci two cettiiin Deeds of
Tnilofsuil Ciiiiipiiiiv dated icsptct
tvoh the 2!)ih day of lleeenibei, A.
D lS'.MJ, and tho'Jlh diy of Oetrbor,
V. 1). IS!) L, tnd Mcoidcd in thcHcips
tiv of Deed m 'mil Honolulu, in
Hook 1.'2 on p.iie- 21 to 21, and in
Hook 1.11 on pages IM2 to. 'W7, r will
m 11 at i'ublu Auction
On SATURDAY, Msuch W,
T 1 (I't'litM'K 0A.
At mv fi.ilesicmin, in (Jucen striet,
Honolulu, II I.,
All of the Piopul.v of the Union lion
Woiks Company now in the post-os--lon
of the siid lleroiveis and Trus
tees, intituling itn
Pla.il, Stock, uSerchandisG and
Hut I'Mcpttng its conti icts, iccnunts,
and ehost'b in action, being, cecpt as
above mentioned, all of tho i'ropeily
gianted to said Tiustees bj slid
Deeds of Tiusi.
The Mid Piopoitv will be oflercd
foi sale at (he up-ct pine of .IM.nOO.
An invcntoty of the Propeiij is
oiioii foi inspection .it my said Miles
tooni. iJPr Also itumtdiatcl) after the
above s do, will be -old, upon the same
aulboiily, ONE JIARSI)i:N i RICK
ARD RVAPORAlOi: p.iiily con
ti noted now on the iienii-es of tho
Union Iron Walks Co , and in puses'
ion of tho said Reeoiveip.
JxVS. F. MORGAN,
Mil "t . Aitetioiicei. I
Ity oi din of .Mil. .M. II Y.MAN I will
sell .it Public Auction, a' mj
b.ileioom, Queen stieet,
On SATURDAY, 3ritrch 2(i,
AT I-: 'I)I,1M)K 0).
s Fine Residence
On JCIiiu- bttl'onl.
Tho Lot bus a ftont.ige of 151'. ."i feet on
Klnjr stieet.lfi2.fi feet on Young sticut,
anil Is :!).),:! feet deep.
Tlio llonso K one of the Host Unlit.
M-t Convenient and D.inilsoiuest ResU
(loiiees In tho city, and contains Luge
Piitlot, 5 I'ediooui-, Hath, Uliilngiooin,
PjlMllV. trill llfHl ilfn M'limn lid, l.iiirr
.....v.i.-t ..I. .in. yi nun ill iiiu iiuiinv.
Thcii'K al-o a Liii an Attic which nut
icadllv bo divided Into looms
A Iii go Cottage at the iciii eontaitiH
HeiViiut's (jtmileis, L.iundiv, Hath, bta
blo and Cttiligo Itooin.
The Oioiiuils .no planted with Ptiilt
Tiee8.ini Oin.iiiicnt.ll Slu iilbor. The
Walks ilnonghoiit tiro well-built', eusui
Injrooinfojt dill big wet weather.
Thisoffois an unugUiil oppnituulty to
ptneliiisolhti lliindsoiueit and .Mo-l Con
venient Jto-diluuco in Honolulu.
BoT Foi TKlt.Mh OP hALH and fni
thei paitleiiluihapply to
Vlll IllllltlC llll tlllIIl tlllllU .if fll.l Il.lll..
JAB. F. AIOKUAV,
''ul lot Aitclioneer.
For Hlouldins, Frames,
Pawtols, ArtolypuH, Photo
gravures, Utfshius and
everything in the lino oi"
pictures, go to King Bros.,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00.
HIVHAltU A. McOimOY.
issues Every Desirable Form
......... , ,
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal over offered by
ft5T For full particulars apply to
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; leltetod
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanut Mats, a deuirable assoit
mont. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. Sf Call and examine our stock.
To remind you. that it is
nearly two years since we
cleaned your watch, .
Isn't it about time to have
her oiled up?
E F. WICHMAN.
Hung us ill a couple of
pounds of those dellelono
Breakfast Saus-iges !
This is what folks sing out
when thov pee the Ceitii.il
Msuket Sau,i;i' Wagon
going past theii gite. If
.von miss the wagon tele
phone to the Mmket tind
you will be pioinptlv at
tended to. Headcheese,
Holngn.i b.iup.iges and all
kinds of meat olwajs on
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
JA8. H. LOVE, Proprietor.
H MVO Nicely Furnished
X Itooius eenti ally located.
Knqulie llui.i.i.iiN Olllee.
COTTA GK '1 6" LE 1' "
ON Punchbowl street; rent
No, 1,1 Nuiiaiiu Btreet.
AN Unfurnished Kootn sutt
ahlo lot a voiing tiiiiu,
5wSf"ii mu mi 11 juiiuK 1111111,
SwSiiS nicely located neiii the l'alncc,
wiiu 1110 iiho 01 a iMitniMieu i'.uior.
Applj ut this olllee 31)1 8t
AbUI'Ii: of ritiiiUhed
Kouins to let, Ihimiiro
Mux. A. M M ELLIS.
Jliti llll 101 ' . l'oitBt . ll)M,ih.
COTl'AUlfi 'IO i.r,.
''J'IIL ( oitago on helmol
X Rtiect at pit sunt oecu
pled hv Itiv W. II. Humes.
Possession given Aptil 1. 102. For
paitleukua tipplv to
301 Hit ALEX. .1, OAltTW KKJI1T.
l'APJKIt 11 A CilG!
GIVE .1. 1. Mkvkii the Painter a call
and lmvoyotu Papei Hanging done
proinptlv and neatly, I.'IO Fnit Btteit.
P. O. Box 387. Mutual Telephone
(!02. irfi tf
JF you want a Flrst-elnss Job of Paint
ing of any description done, call on
tho Practical Piilntet, J. L. Mkv w only.
Fort street 130. P. O, box .W. Mutual
Tolephoue 602. let) tf
Hey There !
i" n o ii
Intct est, Rents, etc'
Endow ments and Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc
TOTAL TO POLICY-HOLDERS
New Policies Issued
New Instiiance Written
Liabilities, 4 per cent. Standard
Policies in Force
Iusurance in Foice
Hew York Life I
Growth of the Company During the
Past Eleven Years.
NEW INSURANCE ISSUED.
In the year 1880 8 22,229,979 00
In the year 1885 68,521,452 00
In the year 1891 152,664,982 00
In the year 1880 ' 8 8,964,719 41
In the year 1885 16,121,172 74
l the year 1891 31,854,194 98
INSURANCE IN FORCF.
.lanuaiy 1, 1881 8135,726,916 00
January 1, 1886 259,674,500 00
January 1, 1892 614,824,713 00
January 1, 1881 8 43,183,934 81
January 1 , 1886 60,864,321 32
January 1, 1892 125,947,290 81
January 1, 1881 $ 0,047,202 81
January 1, 1886 10,188,215 90
January 1, 1892 15,141,023 31
In the year 1880 $ 4,499,891 24
In the jear 1885 7,681,873 75
In the year 1891 12,071,490 88
General Agent lor tne Ilnwdllin hlaads.
P. D. CORSETS
Just Rocolvod n Pull Lino of P. D. COHSBTS at
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
ftTinTiiril I r7777)H
nil lllmm I'llrATOv
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BR HEAT I Q Q (J T S . "' CAN'T BK nEAT '
OF NEW YORK.
of Policy I
FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LIARS.
any Insurance Company.
!5$. B. KOS15,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
t n r
T II K
8 31,854,191 98
$ 6,087,620 70
8 12,671,490 88
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