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Hg' BY AUTHORITY.
NOTICE TO MARINERS,
During tlio process of deepening tho
channel ut the enhance to Honolulu
linrbor tho Dredger will ho in opoia
tion night niul tiny. At night there
will he a danger signal placed on the
forward derrick of Dredger about ill)
feet above sea level, which can be seen
by nil vessels approaching the harbor.
Tho 8ignal consists Hod Hod
of thiee red lights
and a whito light
as in the diagram,
the red lights being
about 3 feet apart
with the whito light
in the center.
All steamers crossing the bar will
stop at a safe distance fiom the Died
gcr and give one blast of thuir whistle
which will be answered by a Mnglc
blast from the Dredger, to be fol
lowed by thiee hhibls from the Dredg
er when the passage is clear and they
Tho Tug will be on hand when not
r-oiliorwlse"engagcd to assist sailing craft
in passing the Dredger when neces
sary. G. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Intel ior.
Interior Otlice, March 51, 1892.
Forelim Oflice Notice.
Fokkion Oitick, )
Honolulu, March 10, 1S92. (
Be it known to nil whom it may
MK. H. HENJES,
having this day presented to this De
partment his commission from Mr.
Arturo Baldiisano y Topeto, His Cath
olic Majesty's Cousul-Genoral for the
United States, which is found to be in
duo form; he the said Jin. 11. Hknjks
is hereby acknowledged, by order of
Her Majesty, as Honoiiahv Vice
consul for the Kingdom of Spain at
Honolulu; and all his oilieial acts, as
such, are ordeied to receive full faith
and credit by the authorities of this
Given under my hand and (he seal
of the Foreign Oilieo, at Honolulu,
this 19th day of Mai eh, A. D. 1892.
skal. SAMVEL PARKER,
Minister of Poieign Allah s.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, oi those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation purposes are from fi to 8
o'clock a. si., and 1 to C o'clock v. m.
until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
C. N. Sl'ENCKK,
Minister of the Interior.
W. P. Fennell, Esq., has this day
been appointed Notary Public for the
Third Judicial Ciicuit of the King
dom. C. N. SPENCEK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oiiice, Mar. 21, 1892.
v si JS
Pledged to urtthrr Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all,
MONDAY, MAKCII 21, 1892.
VIOLATING RESTRICTION LAW.
Fifty-four of the Hio Janeiro's
passengers from Hongkong, who
wore taken on to Han Francisco and
later returned to Honolulu by the S.
S. Belgio, have been brought befoio
the Police Justice charged with vio
lating Chapter CO, Section tfa of the
Laws of 1888, which reads as fol
lows: "Section 3a. Any Chinese, whe
ther a passenger on or a mainour of
the crew of any vessel arriving in
Hawaiian waters from abroad, who
shall land, or attempt to laud, upon
Hawaiian shores, except ho bo pio
vided with a personal permit to enter
tho Kingdom, as provided in Section
2 of this Act, shall he liable, on con
viction thereof, to a penalty of two
hundred dollars. If any Chinese
shall, with intent and purpose to
gain access to this Kingdom, tender
or present, or cause to bo tendered
or presentcdrto any olllcor of Cus
toms or other olllcer of the Hawaiian
Government, any ticket, permit,
passport or other document other
than a valid permit personul to him
self for such Chinese to enter tho
Kingdom, tho fact of such tender or
presentation shall bo deemed conclu
sive evidence of an attempt on the
part of such Chinese to land in this
Kingdom without a permit."
Tho case was remanded until
moved on. Deputy Attorney-General
Creighton will conduct the pro
secution; W, R. Castlo for defendants.
A FRUITLESS ERRAND.
The r.nixte Kyo mill thn Kronrli lr-
1im-II Kooleil They Claim Tor
I he I'h'Ht Time.
Some day last week a Chinese in
former reported to the Police Station
that a white man from one of the
vessels in the harbor intended to
land a box of opium that evening. !
Special ollluers Willie Sheldon, the
"Eagle Eve," and Louis Touissaint,
the "French Detective," took the
matter in hand and towaid dusk
secreted themselves in proximity to
the wharf whore the supposed opium
was to he lauded. They were not
fairly ensconced in a pile of lumber j
when they saw u foieigncr come along
with a goodly sized wooden box uu
dor his arm. The Chinese informer
nudged the ollluers, hinting that the
fellow was their victim. Tlicolllcers
sprang in front of the man and in
the name of tho Hawaiian lioveru
inent arrested him on suspicion of
smuggling opium. Tho foreigner
was taken to the Police Station,
where the box was opened and found
to contain ship pegs or nails covered
with sawdust. The man was dis
charged and the ambitious olllcers
went "around the corner" for an
cyc-opencr. The "Eagle Eye"
claims this is the llrst time he has
been fooled, hut declares it will be
MISBEHAVING SCHOOL CHILDREN.
EuiTon Uui.lutin :
Please give space for the publica
tion of this, and tho appended no
tice, in order that tho attention of
public school teachers may be called
to the annoyance complained of by
Mr. Watcrhouse, as well as others,
with the view of preventing, as far
as they may bo able, the practice by
the pupils of the public schools.
W. J ac. Smith, Sec.
Olllcc of the Hoard of Education,
Honolulu, Mar. 21, 1892.
tun uoi.i.Aits m:VAitD !
For the conviction and punishment
of any person who has defaced my
property on School Street by pencil
and chalk writing upon the side of
the house in kanaka, also, in Eng
lish, "dear teacher," and drawing a
chalk vessel upon it so that I shall
have to be at the expense of repaint
ing it. Also Five Dollars Reward as
above for the conviction and punish
ment of any boy chalking or penciling
any of my fences.
John Thomas Watkkhousi:,
AFTER MANY DAYS.
A titolcn ;ilil Vt'utcli Itrrovcrt-d---I'ounri
in n C'liincF-u Ntorc.
A. B. Scrimgeourlost a gold watch
valued at $125, in Honolulu on the
night of October lOlh, 1891. This
journal reported the loss of the
watch at the time and the trial of a
lin'.ivi' Atiiiunsnrl In have, stolen it.
. I-- -
The native was discharged but Mr.
Scrimgcour continued on a still hunt
for his missing ticker, and the other
day espied it in the window of a Chi
nese watch maker's store. Mr. Scrim
gcour reported to the Station, when
a policeman despatched to the store
look the watch for safe-keeping. On
the watch maker being asked where
he got the watch he said it had been
sold to him by a man named Lindo.
The latter was arrested and a deci
sion of the Police Justice is pending.
ROAD BOARD LABOR.
This morning's Advertiser pub
lishes a statement purporting to be
from a member of the Koad Board,
which is untrue. The Portuguese
discharged from public works lately
were not offered work for 81.25 per
day or any prico, but simply told to
"get" and natives placed instead,
and in some instances a larger num
ber of natives to do the same work
that a smaller number of Portuguese
wore doing. And to prove that there
arc Portuguese laborers willing to
work for that ligurc the undersigned
is ready to procure from one to one
hundred, if the Board will give them
a chance to earn their bread.
Jose 1)K Gouvi:ia,
One of the laborers discharged by
W. II. Cunimings.
LODGING HOUSE KEEPERS.
The Advertiser of March 1 9 Hi in
giving a criticism of a French play
ut Punahou observes, "a young lady
as the keeper of the lodging house
was excellent, and hit off the obse
quiousness of this class very well."
If his remarks applied to' French
lodging house keepers, cola va sans
dire, hut if he includes lodging
house keepers in general, or more es
pecially Honolulu lodging house
keepers, ho is seriously mistaken, as
a more independent class docs not
exist in this community.
O.nb or tiik Bi:ui:u.
March 21, J 892.
THE KAU PROTEST.
The petition to void the election of
Representative for the District of
Kau, Hawaii, will ho heard in the
Waiohinu Courthouse on Thursday
next. His Honor Chief Justice and
Mrs. Judd, and Mr. Henry Smith,
Clerk of the Supremo Court, 'will
leave to-morrow on the steamer W.
G. Hall for tho district. The party
expect to return on March 29th.
Mrs. Judd goes on a pleasure trip,
ARRIVAL OF THE IROQUOIS.
Pursor W, White of the steamer
U. S. S. Iroquois arrived at Wai
mea, Kauai, Friday, 24 days out
from Samoa, short of coal. She will
take Boine aboard there and proceed
to Honolulu, will arrive Wodcsday
or Thursday. All woll aboard.
ELECTION CONTEST. j
llonrlnic mi thr I'rnti'M mill rMltlou
or i'nptnlii llnNH nmt Othern
This morning Judge Hlckerton sit
ting at Chambers commenced a hear
ing on the petition of Captain John
Hoss and others, of the Liberal par
ty, praying for the voiding of the
election of Nobles for the Island of
Present in Court wore: llis Ex
cellency Samuel Parker, Minister of
Foreign Affairs ; His Excellency W.
A. Whiting, Attorney-General, who
appears fur the Inspectors; lions.
J. A. Cummins, Paul Neumann, J.
N. S. Williams, John Ena, A. P.
Peterson, C. W. Ashford, J. W. Hi
pikano, R. W. Wilcox, S. K. Pun,
and A. Kauhi; Mr. A. S. llartwoll,
who with lion. C. W. Ashford ap
pears for tho petitioners; Mr. F. M.
Hatch, lor the inembcrs-clcct; be
sides the defeated Liberal candi
dates. F. M. Hatch at the opening moved
for the dismissal of the petition. The
Couit overruled the motion.
The case then went on, tho Initial
manouvre being the examination of
the Election Register to see whether
the names of the petitioners appeared
as eligible voters. The case is still
The "rounds of the petition arc
that certain words on the ballot were
not pi inled in Hawaiian as well as
English and that no translation of the
uame of Henry Watcrhouse, a can
THE EWA CASE.
A correspondent offers the follow
ing statement to exonerate District
Justice Johnson of the imputation of
"Although there were live defend
ants, that is the live inspectors, it is
hut fair to say the prosecution entered
a nolle prosequi us to Starr Kapu and
D. Mulo. It is in the power of the
prosecution to enter a nolle pros.,
and so when the time came for con
viction, there were only three defend
ants before the court. The case has
been appealed to a Justice of the
Supreme Court at chambers and will
be heard at the next sitting of the
Intermediary Court next Thursday.
The names of the live inspectors wore
J. W. Smith, A. H. Lindsay, Victor
Kapule, Starr Kapu and David Mulo.
The last two defendants were nolle
Mr. Achi, counsel for the prosecu
tion, says Kapule was fined So and
Thiee Chinamen were arrested
last night for smoking opium at
Kikihale. In tho Police Court this
morning Ah Ton, one of the number,
pleadid guilty and was lined $50.
The others were discharged. The
arrest was made by Oilicers Crabbo
and Kckona. Auothcr Chinaman
pleaded guilty to taking a few puffs
of the nefarious weed and was sent
enced to pay a fine of 800. They
will persist in doing it.
There is no danger fiom whooping
cough when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is freely given. It liquefies
the tough, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration. It also lessens
the severity and frequency of the
paroxysms of coughing, and insures
a speedy recovery. There is not the
least danger in giving it to children
or babies, as it Contains no injurious
substance. 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
By order of Mods. G. 1!. d'Angladc,
French Commissioner, I will tell at
Public Auction at his Residence, Bere
tanla stieet, opposite the lee Works,
On FJRIDAY, March25tli,
AT 10 O'OI.OUK A 31 .
The Whole of his Household Furniture
and Effects, consisting of
One Secretary, ISO Years Old;
Manufactured during the reign of
Willow Chairs, Chaudclieis, Japanese it
China Vases and Curios, Easy
ASH BEDHOOM HJCJL
Hair & Spring Mattiasses, Mosquito Net,
B. W. Extension Dining Table, 10 Fine
B. W. Dining-room Chairs, Glassware,
SUPERIOR DRESDEN CHINA,
Meat Safo, Refrigerator. "Gipsy Queen"
Cooking Stove & Utensils, Step Ladder,
Lawn Mower, Garden Tools, etc. Also,
1 Fine French Saddle
Made specially to order.
374 It Auctioneer.
A NEW STORE.
HAVING sold out my half hitoieat in
the business of 11. II. Williams &
Co,, I will (after a short visit to the
States) open a Now Store with a selected
stock of the latent styles of Furniture
and Upholstery. Also, a full Hue of
Undertaker's Supplies, and will bu pro
pal cd to do Embalming in a thoiough
and satisfactory manner,
374 Ivv 11. II. WILLIAMS.
Sausages ! Sausages !
FRKSI1 Bologna, Liver Pudding,
Blood Pudding, Head Cheese,
Fraukfiut Sausage, Vienna Sausage and
Kino Pork Sausage always ou hand and
delivered to oidcr by
GEO. I). BOHRAEDKR,
132 Foit street, two dooi? above tho
&- Mutual Tol, 710. Sit Sua
The lion. J. W. I'cnnimorc is the
Sheriff of Kent Co., Del., and lives
nt Dover, the County Seat and Cap
ital of the Slate. The sheriff is a
gentleman fifty-nine years of age,
and this is what he says : "I have
" used your August Flower for sev
" eral vears in mv family and for my
"own tise, and found it does me
" more good than any other renledy.
" I have been troubled with what I
" call Sick Headache. A pain conies
" in the back part of my head first,
" and then soon a general headache
"until 1 become-sick and vomit.
" At times, too, I have a fullness
" after eating, a pressure after eating
" at the pit of the stomach, and
" sourness, when food seemed to rise
" up in my throat and mouth. When
" I feel this coming on if I take n
"little August Flower it relieves
" me, and is the best remedy I have
" ever taken for it. For this reason
"I take it and recommend it to
" others as a great remedy for Dys
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY, Mar. 23,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Salcsioom, Queen street, I will
sell at I'ublio Auction, to close
consignments, a line of
Pieces of .TAPANliSE PLOTH,
LARGE PLATE GLASS MIRRORS
Iron Bedstead, Mattrasses,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
US'- Articles on view Tuesday.
:i73 :tt Auctioneer.
Uv older of Mi. IC. 1'odevn. Assignee
f tlie Estate of Ah Yet Co., 1 will sell
M Public Auction at my Salesroom,
On THURSDAY, March 21,
AT 10 (ITtlK'U A. 31..
The Stock of Mcichandiso of said estate,
Gent's Socks, Hosiery,
I'lIutB, Lawns, i)res Goods,
Standard W.ShhU, Wool Overshirts,
Gents' Fine Suits,
Suspenders. Felt & Straw Hats,
White & Brow u Cottons,
Gent's Gaiters & Shoes,
A veiy line line of
Leather Valises, Trunks,
3 Me? Home Sowing Machines, Etc.
!!72 St Auctioneer.
BUILDING SITES !
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
soil at 1'uhlic Auction,
On SATURDAY, March 26,
AT 12 O'CLOCK WOOW,
Formerly occupied by Mr. .1. A. Has
singer as a llesidenco, on Piikoi
and 1'eiiBiicoht stiects. "
Tho Lot is 200 feot wido and 400
feet dooj) with a 15 feot ontrance from
Piikoi street, and 2G feet fiom l'onsa
cola sticot. There is a
LARGE DWELLING HOUSE
On tho pioperty, containing Parlor,
Dining lloom,'l Bedrooms, Largo
Verandas, Pantry, Kitchen,
etc., etc., oto.
At the same time will bo sold
THREE BUILD I NO LOTS
Adjoining tho ahovo ou Piikoi street;
size 75 feel on Piikoi street,
and 200 feot. dcop.
All this pinpoily is nicely planted
Willi Fruit and Shado Trees, Water
laid on throughout.
"Part of the purchase money
can remain on mortgage. For further
particulars apply to
J VS. F. MORGAN,
372 8t Auctioneer.
The best thing to send to
youi- friends abroad is King
BroH.' Illustrated Souvenir
of Hawaii, which is gotten
up lor the purpose and is
not an advertisement.
THE MUTUAL LIFE
UlUIIAltl A. aicCJI)ttlY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOL1 ARS,
Its Now Distribution Policy is tho most liberal over offered by any Insurance Company.
t&' For full particulars apply to
&. J23. KOWK
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
ftvuHOimblu i UimmU.
DOOlt WATS. DOUH MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Aloha,'' "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanul Mats, a dctirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. S Call and examine our stock.
TO BE GIVEN BY THE
- AT -
On Saturday Evening
31AHCn SO. 1SOS2.
BtirTRAlKS will leave the Oahu
Railway Depot at 7 and 8 o'clock p. m.:
returning will leave tlie Grove at 10 and
12 i M.
tW TICKETS to be had at J. Uu
basli's store, the Elite and Ludwigsen
& (Jron's Ice Cream Parlors.
To remind you. that it is
nearly two .years since we
cleaned your watch.
Isn't it about timo to have
her oiled up?
H. F. WICHMAN.
ryVO Nicely Furnished
X Rooms centrally located,
Enquire Bulletin Oflice.
1(5)55, a rpiIE House now occupied
AjKjayli X by Capt. Davies on Klnau
Mi i iiittil stieet, between Ahipai and
Knpiolaul streets. Possession given ou
tho 1st of April For terms apply to the
imdcisigned at tho Custom House.
II73tf G. K. UOAKDMAX.
OOTTAGID TO LET.
'pilE f'ottagu on Suhonl
JL street at present occu
pied by Rev. W. II. names.
Posesslon given Apill 1, 1802, For
particulars applv to
Ml I ill ALEX. J. OARTWRIGHT.
PAPER HANGING I
GIVE J. L. Meveii tho Painter a call
and have your Paper Hanging done
promptly aud neatly. ISO Fort street.
P. O. Box 3S7. Mutual Telephone
CC2. 15i! tf
Pioturo FraniCH inado to
I (ii'ilm fruit, liilouf. alvloH nl'
mouldings. Innovation of
old pictures a specialty at
King Bros,, Hotel stroot.
Honolulu Avion Society
ew York Life
SUMMARY OF REPORT.
Interest, Rents, etc
Endowments and Annuities "
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc
TOTAL TO POLICY-HOLDERS
New Policies Issued
New Insurance Written
Liabilities, 4 per cent. Standard
Policies in Force
Insurance in Force
Growth of the Company During the
Past Eleven Years.
NEW INSURANCE ISSUED.
In the year 1880 S 22,229,979 00
In the year 1885 68,521,452 00
lu the year 1891 ." 152,664,982 00
In the year 1880 '. 8 8,964,719 41
In the year 1885 16,121,172 74
In tho year 1891 81,854,194 98
INSURANCE IN FORCE.
January 1, 1881 8135,726,916 00
January 1, 1886 259,674,500 00
January 1, 1892 614,824,713 00
January 1, 1881 S 43,183,934 81
January 1, 1886 '.. 66,864,321 32
January 1, 1892 : 125,947,290 81
January 1, 1881 $ 0,047,262 81
January 1, 886 10,188,215 90
January 1, 1892 15,141,023 31
In the year 1880 8 4,499,891 24
In tho year 1885 7,681,873 75
In the year 1891 12,671,490 88
O. Or JBEOEfcQ-EJTES.,
General Agent for the II mail m hlands,
P. D. CORSETS
Just Received a Pull Lino of P. D. CORSETS nt
104 Fort htreei, Honolulu.
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BR BEAT I 5 0 C T S 1T CAN'T BE BEAT
OF NEW YORK,
t it k
8 26,256,275 40
.". . . " 49,192 50
$ 31,854,194 98
S 0,087,620 70
8 12,671,490 88
JAN. I, 1892.
SI 10,806,267 50
.' 815,141,028 31