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NOTICE TO MARINERS,
IHiiiug tlii piot't'i-sof deepening the
chiiiiiii'l nl tlic ciilinni'c to Honolulu
hiwluii llu Diedgci will lie in opt'iu
tiun night unil day. Al night thi'io
will lie H diingui Mgnnl plui'pil mi the
loiwiiid (h'liiuk nl Diidgcr about 111)
fl'l'l llboW' "Oil ll'VOl, Which Mil 111' M'l'll
by nil mpmjIm tiin imoliiiiK ''' hiulxn .
Till frlKlltll COUMStt' Kt'd lll'tl
nf iIiiii ifil lilttf-
unit u white liuhl
iif in the ilii'ji'iiiii, White
the red lights being
about !t fcot apiut
with tin white light
in the center. Ued
All steium-u ciu.-Mtig this h.ti will
ntf i :it ti nfi! Uliincu from the Died
gi'i' unil give one bluM of their whistle
whinh will be iiiiMVeietl by h -ingle
bind fioni the Dietlgei, tu be fol
lourd by llnue t 1it ft h fiom the Dinlj,'
'i when (he paMig? ir. elein iinil llu-
The Tug will be on hiiuil when not
othetite,engu!; il loii-r-ist billing t-r.ift
in ins-ing the Pu'duci when neeci.
0. N. Sl'KNCKK,
Minister of the Intel ioi.
Intel ioi Dtllee, Mmeh 11, 1W12.
Honolulu, H. 1., Dee. 1, 1801.
Holder.-of wutei privilege.-, oi Iho-e
p.iving wiitei r.ites, me heieby nuli
tieil t lin t the hoiii- for ut-ing wutei foi
irrigation juirpoi-c- me fioni (1 to S
o'clock a. m., and 4 to (5 o'clock v. m.
until further notice.
JOHN C. A'HITE,
hupt. Honolulu Walei Woik.
0. N. Sl'E.NCEH,
Minister of t lie Juleiior.
School Ysujiiioii Notice.
'1 he legular Vuciition of nil Public
Schools in the Kingdom, nl li - close
of the titht school session of the ye.n,
will extend fioni FRIDAY, the 8th.
to MONDAY, the 25th of Apiil next.
By older ol the Uoaid ol Kducii
tion. V. .IAS. SMITH,
Ollice of the Bo.ud of Kduention,
March 21, 1892. :i7f 2t-13 2t
W. P. Kenncll, Esii., has thib day
been aiipointed Notary Public for the
'J'hiid Judicial Oiicuit of the King
iloui. 0. N. SPENCEK,
Miniatej of the Interior.
Interior Office, Mar. 21, 18!)2.
, T ti j:
Pledged to nattirr Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the brnrnt of nil.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH ii), 1802
An instance of the cure discount
ing the disease is cited fiom Jamai
ca. The Government introduced the
Egyptian ichneumon into that coun
try to drive out the rats which
damaged the sugar eune. Now the
ichneumon has multiplied until it is
a pest like the rabbit in Australia.
Alter exterminating the cats and
reptiles, it is said, the animal has
changed to a vegetarian diet, eating
bulimias, mangoes and fruit of all
kinds. This creature seems to he
the same us the mongoose, brought
hcie from Jamaica for police duty
amongst the cane. It has now got
loose in Honolulu, to tint terror of
raisers of poultry. Like tho luntana
shrub imported for beauty, but
pioving in this favoring climate a
pestiferous weed, the mongoobe is
liable ere long to he a serious nuis
ance. OPTICAL EXHIBITION.
The Scottish Thistle Club's optical
lantern entertainments in aid of the
club's library fund, will take place
in Kuwaiahuo Chinch. The first lec
ture will he held on Saturday even
ing, 2d Apt il. The subject will be;
l'ait I. The Highlands of Scot
land, I'ait II. London, or 'The Mo
The second entertainment will be
given the following Satuiday, viz. ;
Dili Apiil, the subject being:
Part I. The Lowlands of Scot
laud. Part II. Instantaneous Studies,
including yachting unil cloud effects.
The Hev. Alex. Mackintosh, who
lakes a deep iutei est in the Scottii-h
Thistle Club, has kindly consented
to act as lecturer.
Foi' Mould in jjh, FrjmiOH,
PiiHtulH, Artotyoon, Plioto
ravurs, EtulihigH ami
everything In tho Hue of
ph'hiroH, go lo King Bvoh.,
Svn Fhavisi'o, Alnr.
I'UIHl ll)SI KM.N1-.
In the United States District Com t
at Los Angeles March 12th, Judge
Rose oruered that the hbellatit in the
case against the llntn and the two
thousand cases ol anus and luiiiuuiti
tion taken fiom her hold be granted
thlity days time from March 3rd
within which to llle exceptions to the
rulings of the court mid to appeal
An attempt, which, had it been
successful, would have resulted in a
terrible holocaust, was made last
Saturday morning lo bum a lodging
house on the south-west corner of
Biouduay and Dtipoul stieets. Il
iv us occupied by one hundred sleep
ing uieii and women. Bernard Lube.,
a l'oituguese seaman, is charged
with the deed and is now languishing
in lliu cily piisou on a chatge of ar
son, although he stoutly denies his
The committee of the Slarr King
Monument Association and the Gold
en Gate Park Lounnissioncrs have
chosen a site in the park tor the
erection ol the Thomas Starr King
monument. The pedestaPi- now on
its ia from Chicago.
Al the annual election held in this
city March Dili, James L. Flood suc
ceeded lo the control ol Hale & Nor
crois. '1 he news g-tve general sat
isfaction at Virginia. Nov.
J. M. Browne, son of the late J.
Ross Hiow ue, at one time Minister
lo China, has been arrested in Oak
land foi insanity. His mania is for
hugging women on thestieet. May
be jou won't believe it, hut it like to
have (tightened some of the fair sex
Sai ah Althea Terry has been de
claied insane and taken lo the insane
asylum at Stockton. A pitiful end
ing toa shadowed life.
The forty-seventh birthday of his
August Majesty, Alexander III., was
celebrated in the Russian Chinch in
this city last Friday with unusual
The dashing .Seneca Augusta
Swalin, who got into San Queiilin by
appropriating Claia Belle McDon
ald s jewelry, has petitioned the
Governor for a paidon, on the ilea
that he was not gtiiltt of the crime
with which he was cluuged, as Clara
Belle gave him the jewelry. He says
he is engaged lo Clara Belle and will
mat ry her when he is n Iea-ctl. Prison
life has aged him mid his golden
moustache and silky hair have turned
neifecllv white. I
Clay M. Gieene, the diamatist
and author, will present the Chinch
of St. John the Evangelist, in this
city, with a magnificent maible font,
costing S2o00. It will be in place
in the baptistiy Jjy Easter. The de
sigu is original with Mr. Greene.
The basin is shell-shaped and upheld
by the outspread hands of an angel.
The ligure is life-size, and in a kneel
ing posture. The face is a perfect
likencs of Mr. Greene's little
daughter Li.zie Esther, who died
four years ago. The font will, when
completed, be live and one-half feel
in height and is intended as a mem
orial of Li.zic Esther Greene and
Alice Maude Greene, the donor's
only children. It is made of the
finest Italian marble; the ligure is
being made in Italy and the pedestal
in Now Yoik.
Revenue Inspector Clapp and
Calluiidau seized 8300 uorih of opium
at a Chinese store on A. T. Hatch's
lancli near Suisuu mid 2000 un
stamped cigarette in the town of
The patriotic Irishmen of this city
are ananging to erect a meiuoiial to
gallant Phil Slieiidan.
It is said that 10i distinct shocks
of earthquake were counted al
Campo.San Diego, Feb. 2!Jd. Several
adobe buildings were thrown down.
Joaquin Miller the poet has re
nounced the world and will go into
retreat in the mountains of San
Diego. He says he feels keenly the
disgrace of his sou and will never
again write over the mime which has
been so dishonored. It might have
been different if he had been a more
Poi.i.v La it kin.
A splendid opportunity will be of
fered at the assignee's sale at Mor
gan's auction room to-morrow at 10
o'clock. The stock is new and com
prises an immense stock of dry goods
amongst wlrch is a large assortment
of tailor's goods, serges, tweeds, cas
simcies, etc., in suit anil pants pal
terns. There is a fine assortment of
ready made suits, pants, white and
woolen shirts, shoes and heavy wool
shawls ; also a large line of trunks
and leather valises, all to be sold at
FOR SMTHSOMAJi INSTITUTE.
1 Mr. J. J. Williama, photographer,
I haa received from the curator of the
Department of Geology, Smithsonian
I Institute the national museum of
1 the United .Slates an order for a
j complete bet of volcano views, lava
' flows and lava formations. The col
lection will go forward liy the steam
, er Australia and embraces over one
hundred views, It wouul be well to
i have a similar collection piuseived
i in a local iiiUioiiin.
Thcic is no danger fiom whooping i
cough when Chamhei Iain's Cough
Heniedy is fruily given, It liquefies i
tho lough, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration. It also lessens i
tho severity and fiequency of tho j
paroxysms of coughing, and insures J
a speedy lecovery. There is not the
least danger in giving it to children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substance, so cent bottles for sale
by all dealers, ISeiuou, .Smith &
Wo have but a small amount of
urws lo send, but will forward what
wc have ruther than miss entirely.
The usual monthly -oeiable was at
tended at the house of Judge Lyman,
most of the evening being occupied
in conversation, looking al plioto
irraphs and listening to a solo liy Mrs.
11. C. Austin and reading by Mrs.
W. S Terry. After the company
had taken refreshments, Mr. Stoeckle
put in an appearance with the Edi
son phonograph and entertained us
with fourteen selections Afterwaul
Mrs. Austin, Dr. Wiggins and Gov.
Baker sang into the phonograph, llieir
efforts brlim saUsf-iotoiily repio
dueed. Mrs. W. E. Scott gave a
recitation into the instrument, which
was also reproduced with telling ef
fect. Mr. Stoeckle has exhibited
tins wondirful invention to the Ililo
Boarding School, Union School and
at Papaikou to the amazement and
delight of all who have listeticdjto it.
There was a uinaway match at this
place on the lillh. A Poiluguesc
youth mariied a comely, blonde Por
tuguese maiden, much against her
parent's wishes. Rev. S. L. Desha
made them man and wife. We re
joice with 'the blooming couple and
hope their honey moon will last for
ever ami a day over, and that they
will always live in clover.
I he schooner ,1. 1. Uoleman is ex
pected any day, chartered by the
On the l'.lth hist, a daughter of
Mr. and Mr-. Maul, de hilva Car
nairo died, aged 21! months, fiom con
gested brain Funeral services weie
held at the Piotestaiit chinch. The
church was veiy full, every seat
taken. Rev. B. K. Bapliste olli
ciated. After the set vices each
one of the fiieuds kissed the dead
child. The remains were placed in
a beautiful cotlln and carried lit
tle gn Is to the Foreign Church ceme
tery, followed hi a huge number of
sympathizing friends with bends un
covered all the way from the church
to the cemetery. At the grave there
was singing. The collin was covered
by laige bouquets of beautiful flow
ers. The loving mother fainted at the
giave and thanks lo a daughter of
Mr. E. G. Hitchcock she was taken
home in a cairiaue. Sympathv was
fully appiecialed, would that there
were more of it in this world. It is
so much needed.
I ll. nii'i'l von al I lie Hi 1 1 i l w i i k
(' .!. Mi'CAiiiiiv
-lint till -.lie.
Ilu- It t i- nil
'I 111. lilUlll-Wlfl.
1 '.i ill ii.- iii town.
Jom: .Mcriciion linn a hon.-e ami hit
Ioi .-ale mi Young rDccl.
Al ir.lt .-iiuvini; um IIihmiiiiIici Skin
I ontc. I'.cii-nii, Smith it On., Ajjcul-.
M'Mii'JtN M'licvcil at once by (Ju
cuuilici l'lililc. ISciiMHi, smith it Co.,
i-)i:i iriocx euiice .mil chncol.ilc will
ue .-el veil cvci 1 1 it ji n i ii ciuly al the
Hal. ice Ice Oleum l'.iiluiM, LuiiwiKetui,
.t Cmiii. (Intel Hticcl l-ll
Oi:t yom tnnl. anil aimiv. made
aid icjiaiinl I'V the old WailuUlt
-lliiciiuikci, I.. Toi'.NNIH..-, mi En-t
llotil sticci. Kiixi-d.iM- wink, lnt
puce.-. I -i I
Ax ciilcrl.iiumcnt will he given at
V M C. A. hall Kruliu evening, h
Hie Ulciueia and the Y. W. C. T. U.
The piogn.111, a lir-.i lute one, apj enii
in tin- p.ipei.
V'u,i)i:i: A Co. .ue lecciving the
hiigeft stuck and git.itcM vaiiely nl'
wail pit'ci, hniilcin .Hill dcciii.itinu
uvcr hioughl In Honolulu. The)
eoinpriM' all the IdUhl pattern, anil
pi iron arc lower thin ever.
1 1 you want good Mintage for break
ing or luncheon, the lined Miiir'iget.
in the Kingdom ate the (Jnlei)iatcd
C'ltnihiiiige I'ork Halii-age and Bologna
in, iilc it the City Mnikct, Xuit.iuit
ntrcet, oppo.-ito (Juccn Kiiiinn Hull,
Jos Tl.NKl'.ii Vnip. :Min
S. Ko.mmo hith opened a hair dici-u-ing
pmloi lot ihe aceomniodiiliuii of
latlieh. All. IScihei, a lirHt-cliir-s ton
forittl ui tint, funnel ly with the well
known San Fi.incii-cu hair dicurer,
S aniHl.iiif ,Siio,v.iiihki, him been en
gagtd lo lake charge of thi.- dep.ilt
A SUIT FOR DAMAGES.
T. W. llnwliiih, of the Leleo Soap
Works, has brought a suit auainst J.
(J. White, Superintendent of Hono
lulu Water Woiks, for SHOO dam
ages, for shutting off his water.
Rawlins alleges that he pays al the
ratu of Sloayeir for water for his
home and soap works, and has been
doing so for four years past. When
he tendered his regular 84.0 fee this
year it was refused by the Superin
tendent of Wait r Woiks and his
water was shut oil, consequently
gieaily inconveniencing- his soap
works. The shut-off occurred on
Monday week and Rawlins claimed
$300 damages. The decision of the
Conrt was reserved, Cecil Hrown
appealed for plaintiff; Cliau. Cieigh
ten for the defendant.
Messis. Cage & .Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism thuie
as follows: "The wife of Mr. Win.
I'ruitt, the l'o-'u tster here, had been
bed-ridden win. ilieumatisin for sev
cinl years. She could get nothing
lo do her any good. We sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's I'aln Halm
and sho was completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to her lo
verify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for fcalo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-28
1 columns of Interesting reading
matters. Mailed to foreign oouutrlut,
i UlttuUi $1,
Mrs. Sarah M. Black of Seneca,
Mo., during the past two years has
been affected with Ncutalgia of the
Head, Stoninch and Womb, and
writes: "My food did not seem to
strengthen me at all and my appe
tite was very variable. My face
was yellow, my head dull, and I had
such pains in my left side. In the
morning when I got up I would
have a ilow of mucus in the mouth,
and a bad, bitter taste. Sometimes
my breath became short, and I had
such queer, tumbling, palpitating
sensations around the heart. I ached
all clay under the shoulder blades,
in the left side, and down the back
of my limbs. It seemed to be worse
in the wet, cold weather of Winter
and Spring; and whenever the spells
came on, my feet and hands would
turn cold, and I could get no sleep
at all. I tried everywhere, and got
no relief before using August Flower
Then the change came. It has done
me a wonderful deal of good during
the time I have taken it and is work
ing a complete cure."
G.G. GREEN, Sole Mau'fr.Woodbiiry.N.J.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
By m tier of Mr. K. Podeyn. Assignee
of the Kstate of All Yet Co., I will sell
at Public Auction at my Salesroom,
! On THURSDAY, Slavish 24,
j AT H O'OMM'K A 11..
I Thi' Stnek uf Merchandise of said estate,
' Gent's Socks, Hosiery,
I'lints, I.awm. Dress Good,
.Stiiniliinl W. Shhu, Wool Overslilm,
j G-ents' Fine Suits,
i SupiMMlcw. Felt & Straw Hats,
j White Drown Cottons,
I Gent's Gaiters & Shoes,
A ery line line of
, Leather Valises. Trunkii,
1 3 Now Home Swing Machine's, Etc.
J AS. P. MORGAN,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
bell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, March 2G,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Funnel ly occupied by Mr. J. A. IIan-
ciiit;ur in- a Kcfiilenee, on I'iikoi
and l'eiitiH'olu streets.
The Lot L- 200 feet wide and 400
feet deep with a 2f) feet en trance from
I'iikoi street, ami 25 feet from 1'ensn
oola Mreel. There is a
LARGE DWELLING HOUSE
On the propci ty, containing l'arlor,
Dining Kouui,4 Bc-diooms, Large
VcrandiiB, Pantry, Kitchen.
I etc., etc., etc.
' At the iiime time will be aold
ITHItBB BUILDING LOTS
Adjoining the above on I'iikoi Mtieet ;
Me 75 feet on I'iikoi street,
anil 200 feet deep.
All this property is nicely planted
with Fiuit and Hli.tde Trees. Water
laid on thioiiglmul.
lOfiTTiiit ol the purchase money
cuii remain on moilgiigc. For further
paitiiiulars apply to
.JAM. F. MORGAN,
Auction SMes by Lewis J. Levey.
By oidt-r of Mons, G. B. il'A'ngliide,
Kiench Commissioner, I will cell at
Puhlle Amnion at IiIh Rehideucu, Buro
titnla ttticet, opposite the lee Works,
On FRIDAY, aiaroli 25th,
AT IO O'OI.UVK A 31,
Tim Wholu of hlH Iloui-eliulil Furniture
a nil Kffccte, consisting of
One Secretary, ISO Years Old;
Manufactured dining the reign of
Willow ( luili.s, Chaiulellerg, Jununenu &
t'lilim Vahes and Curios, Kusy
VII BlflDUOOM KI;'JI
Muir&.SpthigMattraHsefi, Moafjulto Not,
B. W. Extension Dining Table, 10 Fine
B. W. Dining-room Cluilrs, Glaaswnre,
SUPERIOR DMESDEN CHINA,
Meat Side, Refrlgeiator. "Olpay Queon"
Cooking .Stove & Utensils, Stop Ladder,
Lawn Mower, Gaiduu Tools, eto, Also,
i Fine French Saddle
Mndospoclally to order.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
'THE MUTUAL LIFE
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its momhors since its oigamzation THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOL' ARS.
Its Now Distribution Policy is tho most liberal ever offered by nuy Insurance Company.
19 For full particulars apply to
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Mauds.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, suporior quality; lettered
"Alobn," "Welcome," aud plain
Cocoauul Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. && Call and examine our stock.
Steamship Comp y
imit. sav icitAiwiNrn. !
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for (he above
Tuesday. March 29th,
1ST For freight or paisnge, apply to I
Wm. Q. IllWIN&CO.,l'd, ,
w; ur Agents.
To remind you, that it is
nearly two years since we
cleaned your watch.
Isn't it ahout time to have
her oiled up?
H. F. WICHM4N.
AS Book-keeper, single or douhle
entry, by a Young Man of expe
rience who would he willing to make
hlnifccU sreuerally useful. Terms mode
rate and references given, Atldreas
"It. II. II., P O. Box 455. 372 lw
rpWO Nicely Furnished
X Rooms centrullv located.
KnquiiH Huli.ktin 6lHce.
HUITIJ of Furnished
Rooms to let. Kiiqulre
Mns. A. M. MKLL18,
104i Fort st , upstairs.
UOTTACM3 TO LET.
rpilK ( ottage on Keliool
I JL street at present oecu-
; nlpll liv l(lV W II IlltVnoa
Possession given Apiil 1, 1892. For
particulars apply to
301 lin ALKX. J. OAKTWRIOUT.
PAPER HANGING I
G1VK J. L. Mkvkii tho Puhitnr a eall
aud tiavo your Paper Uauglug done I
proiupuy aim noaiiy. ibu rort street.
P. O. Box R87. Mutual Telephone
662. 160 tf
Picture Frames mude to
order from latent styles of
mouldings. Kenovution of
old pictures a speoiulty ut
l, Sliuo; Brou., Hotel Htroot.
1' It O M
New York Life
Interest, Rents, etc
Endowments and Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, oto
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 Buring the
Past Eleven Years.
NEW INSURANCE ISSUED.
In the year 1880 8 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 the year 1891 31,854,194 98
INSURANCE IN FORCE.
Jauuary 1, 1881 ' 8135,726,916 00
January 1, 1886 259,674,500 00
January 1, 1892 614,824,713 00
January 1, 1881 8 43,188,934 81
January 1, 1886 66,864,321 32
Jnnuary 1, 1892 125,947,290 81
January 1, 1881 $ 0,047,262 81
January 1, 1886 10,188,215 90
January 1, 1892 15,141,023 31
In the year 1880 $ 4,499,89124
In the year 1885 ". 7,681,873 75
In theyoar 1831 12,671,490 88
O. Or JSiEfcO-JEJlR,
Gonei-al Agent for tbe Hiwalhn Islands.
P. D. CORSETS
Just Received a Full Line of P. D. OOESBTS at
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
wn lbjB iffl
ffl I v ilvufev
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BK BEAT I 5 0 O T S GIK'T BK BEAT
OF NEW YORK.
T II K
t H t;
f sisyrance Go.
8 26,256,275 40
- 5,548,727 08
'. ..$ 31,854,194 98
$ 0,087,620 70
$ 12,671,490 88
JAN. I, 1892.