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NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Dining the process of deepening the
channel ill the entrance to Honolulu
harbor the Dredgu will bo in opein
tion niflit und day. At niglil theie
will lie u dangei signal plneed on the
foivvaid dorriek of Dredger about HO
feel above tea level, which cau.be seen
by nil vessels uppumching tlie lmrbor.
'I'liu signal consists Kt'd lied
of tlnee red lights
and a while light
as in the diagnuu, While
the red lights being
about I! feet apart
with the white light
in the center. lied
All stcatucis mossing the liar will
stop at a safe distance fioin the Dred
ger and give one blast of thuu whistle
winch will be answered by a single
blast from the Dredger, to be fol
lowed by tlnee bl.islh fiom the Dredg
ei when the passage is cleat and they
The Tug will be on hand when not
otherwise engaged to assist sailing craf t
in passing the Diedger when neccs
saiy. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Intel inr.
Interior Ollice, Mai eh 0, 18!)2.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1S!)1.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aie heieby noti
fied thai the bonis foi using watei foi
iiiigation pin poses aie fiom (i to S
o'clock A. ji., and ! to (i o'clock p. M.
until fuither notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
0. X. Spknokk,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Hegulatfon for Hog Slaughter Hcires.
"No slaughter houses for hogs shall
lie maintained in the District of Ho
nolulu, Oalui, on or aftei the 20th of
February, 1802, without a written
permit from the, Ilo.ud ot Health."
A fuither extension of the time in
which the above regulatinnsUivll be
enforced is hereby granted till the 1st
of May, 1802.
President Do.udof Health.
Foreign Ollice Notice.
FoKKICiN Ol 1 ICTJ, )
Honolulu, Maich 25, 1802. f
Mons. HENHV KltANOOIS-JO-SHP1I
VIEILHOMME lias been ap
pointed Hawaiian Consul at Dijon,
Cote d'Or, Republic of Fiance.
37!) 21-13 It
It has pleased llei Majesty the
Queen to confer upon
Mons. MAIUE UAHKIKLGEOKUKK
Consul and Coinmissionei of Fiunee,
the decoiatiou of Kuiglit Coimnandei
of Ihe Royal Order of Kalakaua.
lolani Palace, March 28, 1892.
1)80 lt-ll It
E. P. Aikue, Est., bus this day been
appointed a member of the Road
Hoard for the Taxation Distiict of
ICoolaupoko, Onliu, for tlie unexpired
term made vacant by the resignation
of William Homy.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tlie Interior.
Interior Ollioo, March 2d, 1892.
r t ;c
J) titty uTTefin
Hctlrd to ntxthrr Sect nor Party,
Hut tstabhtlicd for the brnrnt of all.
MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1892.
THE TIME SIGNAL.
The Hui.MriN is i cquested to Bay
that the failure of the time signal,
which has occurred seveial times
lately, has been owing to the fact
that on some days there has been no
steam up al the Planing Mill where
the said signal is given. This has
been in consequence of the present
dull times. Persons, however, having
chronometers, or other exact time
pieces, can rate them by comparisons
with the Survey Ufllce. This can he
done by light laps on the transmitter
of the telephone, which is the
method adopted by Messrs. Preston
und Lyons in comparing the lime of
the Waikiki Observatory with that of
the Government Observatory. With
caret he comparison can be mude to u
small fraction of a seiojitf,
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AVERSE TO AGRICULTURE.
To overcrowd the trades und pro
fessions with w oi Iters to the neglect
of agriculture appears to he a tend
ency of modern civilization. Parent
wish iheir sons to be lawyers, dnc- i
tors, preachers, teachers, engineers, ,
book-keepers, public servants, any
thing hnl agriculturists. Tlie sons
wish the same, bul wish it more fer
vently. This tendency is peculiar to
no country, to no clime ; but wherever
so-called advanced civilization takes
hold, theie the tendency develop.
Here in Hawaii it Is conspicuous,
both among natives of the soil and
people of foreign lineage. Almost
every young man who has ended his
school days will bo or do anything
for a living, even idle at street cor
nels and do uolliiiu:, rather than go
into the Held and till the ground, the
most healthful and the most natural
occupation on eaitb. In a country
whose resources .ire, and must foi -ever
remain, almost entirely agitcul
lural, tlie development of the tend
ency referred to is to be deplored.
This sentiment is teisely and inter
estingly expiessed by Verdi, the
great composer, in the following
recently published letter addressed
to a newspaper editor, hi rcponsc to
a request for some hitherto unpub
lished contribution from Verdi's
"Dear Signor Repasco, I have
nothing unpublished to offer you for
tlie Genova-Iberia. Rut as you refer
to agriculuito, of which I am little
more than an amateur, 1 wish that
that noble science were mote culti
vated among ourselves. What a
souice of wealth it would be for this,
our Italy! Fewer musician, fewer
lawyers, fewer doclois. ami a few
more agriculturists thai i what I
desire foi inv country."
DOIHC THE CRAMD.
A country correspondent enclosed
with a H'cent local hudiicl the lollou
ing paragiaph from the llliittiuled
Loudon News, improved on lor the
purpo-e of local point by inserting
the name of a famous city in
"A tourist, intending to 'do' Wales
last month, made his financial talon
hitious so badly that, by the lime he
readied the Principality, lie found he
had come to the end of his resources.
Of course he could have put up at an
hotel and waited for a remittance,
but that would have been a long job,t
for he had no money at home: not
sixpence, not a halfpenny. He there
fore threw himself no, not into the
river upnn the parish. 'As tlie ap
plicant wis likely to be a permanent
cliatge, tlie guardians paid his fnic
to London.' It was a sort of holi
day, one would think, he could
hardly have enjoyed, and yet there
aie hundreds oi people among us at
this moment who are doing exactly
tlie same. They do not go to Wale-,,
because they do not care for the
picturesque ; but they go to fllono
luluj, Folkestone or Brighton ; dress
in the height of fashion ; eat and
drink of the best; and have not one
shilling that is not by rights their
creditors', to bless theinsehes with.
They know that tlie thing cannot last
beyond a month or two, or peihaps a
week or two, and yet they sleep like
tops and arc as jolly as sandboys."
DEFENSE OF THE EMPIRE.
This day, Monday, my attention
was called to a local in last .Monday's
Advertiser which readsthusly : "Last
Saturday night tlie merry-go-ioiind
was tho scene of more drunken
brawls than the Kmpirc Saloon could
boast of in its palmiest days." He
fore tlie "Advertiser can pretend to
mount the pedestal, and pose as a
crilic of moral ideas, it must lirst
purge the putrid and festering mat
ter from its advertising columns.
The Empire is a place well known
for its choice brands ol liquois, and
square dealing ; and feels itself far
removed from any petty spile or
spleen that can be brought against
it by the Advertiser. The weekly
issue of tlie Advertiser has an adver
tisement from the Kmpirc, which it
lias held for long years past. If the
Kmpirc is disreputable, us the
Advertiser assumes it to be, con
sistency would say to the Advertiser,
erase the advertisement. Further
more the Empire eucouiagcs no
"drunken brawls," neither does it
deal in the aiticle. Onr.n.
On Saturday morning Hamilton
Johnson, manager of the Hawaiian
Hotel, caused a wairant to be issued
for the unest of several Portuguese
laborers on the Hotel premises. It
appears that on the previous evening
al the f. o'clock whistle, denoting the
laborer's task us over, the manage
ment us usual prepared diuuei for
them. No sooner had the viands
been pluced before them than the
hihoreis' hands became active and
in short order the food disappeared
fiom tlie table und found u place in
some capacious pocket or bug. The
men intended to carry the edibles
home und consume them there, hut
to this, of course, the management
could not assent. The Portuguese
will all appear foi trial on Wednes
I'm- llurxrui'ti'i Ali l'lii)"iliulf.
Dr. II. T. Tuiinkp, JCiixsoii, .Minn.,
says: "I have found it very hcuclicial
in ncivoua debilit), fiuip any i:hii.h,
and for indication."
The following report of a unique
cutcituintuent that look place lately
in New York, was written for the
World by a lady who formerly resid
ed in Honolulu :
A social event of rare occurtonce
in America a typical English house
paity lasting two weeks was given
lecenlly by Mr. R. Rleecker Ralh
bone al Ins country icsidence, de
lightfully situated in Fort Washing
ton, on flic Hudson.
About fourteen congenial people
were invited and every evening two
or inoi c of tlie guests were allowed
the privilege of asking six friends to
dine. Tlie chef was Ilia celebrated
Monsieur Grande, impelled by Mr.
W. K, Vanderbilt, consequently the
menu was lit for the gods and would
have pleased the most fastidious epi
cure. Tlie genial host planned a
surprise every evening for his guests.
On one occasion Rellamy's lancers
were danced by the entire party
dressed so us to give the impression
of dancing backwards a most com
ical siiiht. On another evening a
costly display of especially prepared
lireworks was given, again balloon
ascensions ol the most novel type
were tne order of entertainment
these with tableaux vivant, fancy
dress dances, gentians, late suppers,
and cotillions tilled in the balance of
tlie time and kept the ball of gayety
Almost every one of the hoiue
paity, played some musical instiinnent
and had been pieviously drilled to
play together by a professional leader.
Snare and bass drums and cymbals
were among the novel intiunients
used, one young lady being u pio
uiiuent amaleur coruelist. Tims an
orchestra was formed in connection
with the regular musicians which
lent additional zest to the jollity of
the paity. The residence is admira
bly adapted for entertaining, as tlie
ontue (list llooi coinpnsing ill awing
rooms, libiary, banquet hall and
Foyer can be thrown together and
having inlaid llo'is .aie superbly
adapted lor dancing. The dccoia
tions were exceedingly ai tislic, those
of the Fovor (which is thiity-live by
fifty ft el) being gailnmls of laurel
festooned so a-, id cover the entile
ceiling. The urnud old Mail ease wh-
a bank ol licnutilul terns and palms
ami ran1 exotic-, weie placed in evtry
available sp.tcv the guut open fire
place vvilh log lire bid wt Iconic to all
visitors the whole 'cene r minding;
one of Fairv land and with the soft
red lights one felt as if they were
ically pienioing in Cupid's bower.
Daily decoiations of lloweis includ
ing corsages and boxes of Hatiylers
bonbons for the ladies and a dainty
souvenir ring for each a lattice woik
of gold set with torq noises fiom
Tiffany's will convey a slight idea of
Mr. Rathbone'.s lavish hospitality. It
was a sad awakening when the paity
broke up a drop from lomance to
reality and with reluctance adieux
were said in ihe Monte Ciislo host.
The resident huiiic party consisted
ol 3fr. Italliliouc'i futlier and mother,
Dr. and Mrs. W T. Alexander, Air.
and Mis. L. S. Rlood of Brooklyn,
Miss Lalla Baldwin Moilon of Staten
Isl.iud, Miss Ida K. Maurver, Mis-.
Dorothy B. Whitney of Brookhn,
Mrs. Floience C Kenney ot San
Francisco, Mr. R. Rleecker Rath
bone, Mr. Eugene L. Bushe, Mr.
Frederick Camp and Mr. J. A. Mor
ton. Among the visitors on the
various evenings were: Col. and
.Mrs .John A Coekenll, Mr. and
Mis. Chas. II. Raymond, Mr. and
Mis. Win. M. Eaile, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Undeiwood, .Mr. and Mis.
West Pollock, Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Bunker, .Miss Sadie t'lomwell, Miss
.Marie Budd, Miss Estelle Gilbert,
Miss Lucia Potter, Miss Raymond,
Miss Florence Huff, Miss Agnes
Wilson, Miss Augusta ICeep, Miss
Reillia X. Ivobiii-on, Miss Emily
Maurer, Miss Louder, Mr. G. Mac
comb Foster, Mi. Win II. Butler,
Mr. Cieo. Butler, Dr. II. Conner,
Mr. W. Capps, Mr. L Rochefiiss,
Mr. A. Mullor, Mr. W. D. llobart,
Mr. W. T. S. Kennedy, Mr. J. Wat
son, Mr. Hugh Camp.
The following unusually large list
of "living freight" is booked for the
S. S. Australia, to leave to-uionow,
at the ollice ol W. G. Irwin it Co. :
C M Cooke, C Hollo, B F Dilling
ham, Mrs and Miss Peebles, Chas
Feuiing, W II Bell, Edgar Halstead,
Miss Mansfield, Mrs Cheney, Mrs
and Miss Warden, Mr and Mrs David
Rico, Mr and Mrs Lihby, O A Steven
and wife, Messrs Peebles (2), Revs
T II and W P Kirhy, Hon J B Ather
ton und wife, Mrs C B Hubbuid,
Miss Biovvn, Father Francis, Mons
D" Anglude, D Campbell, F W
Bangey, Mrs .1 Russell, Miss Bar
nurd, Mrs Barnaul, Airs A Young
and daughter, F Aitchisun, Mrs und
Miss Dodd, E M Walsh, Hon L A
Thurston, Miss Wilbur, Mrsllobron,
II G Dyar and wife, Mrs Cnptain
Lower, Mrs Lowell and child, L E
Reed, Miss E S Eastman, Miss L
Ilurmun, Mrs L F Mitchell and 2
children, Master Bingham, II Wuter
hnusc, Jr, Rev II Binghum and wife,
Mr. Mnngersen und " wife, Miss
Stone, Mrs F II Swilt, It R Demp
ster, F M Swnnzy, Mr and Mrs A W
Chamberlain, Mis Dr Day, Miss E
Wuteihouse, Mis F E Nichols, II
Achilles und wife, F P Stone und
wife, A large number also are
booked in the sv ruge.
Dissolution ol' Cn-purliior-Hliip.
'PHK co-piutnershlp heietoforo exht-
Iiik between II, H. Williams and
J. II Wood, uuilei the linn name of "II.
II. Williams & Co.," explies this dtij by
limitation. !, II. Wood puich.ueH Ihe
liitcrcH of II. II. Williams and will as
KiliiKiall liabilities and collect all ac
counts due the linn.
' - II. II. WILLIAMS,
IJonolulu, Mujch 1, ms. 380 8t
THE "AD" WHICH NEVER CAME.
Anil Oh. lor I ho 1 aim n r " l"llnr '
Ho was tall, gnflht K-: I seedy, ami ho
hud u sore eve nii'l rallied his right ,
hand enveloped in it lun.l ma which had
evidently traveled afar. He walked up
to u uuiti who vvasfitainhiint onoof tlm I
whitlows hi the postnfliee corridor, and ,
exteudiliK a phcoof wrapping paper and
tho stub of it pencil ho poiiununueil:
'Write ma u neiounl ti be inserted in
the paper Yam setj, my rif?ht hand is
'Til obHfjoyou, certainly," replied tho
other. "What will you have?" i
"Write it thuslv: Will the lady who
had on a sealskin ulster and diamond
earrings, and whoso front teeth were
filled with gold"
"I've got it."
" and who is doubtless way up in
G, and who stood tor" n moment on the
corner of Fifth avenue and Fourteenth
street throo weeks ago Tuesday"
"1 have it down."
" and who was smiled at by gent,
evidently the victim of adverso circum
stance?, and who seemed to regard him
with favorable consideration''
"1 am waiting."
" please sent! her address to
Crushed, but Not Conquered, .City
Post ollice. She can write in- rontldencu.
Object, mutual advancement aud pot
"kxaetly. Hero it is. Is that nil?"
"That's all, thanks."
"And do you think it will woik?"
"It's got tai. I've staked my all on the i
throw, anil lesM.,r.itiuii alwajs brings
success. II' you could advance 1110 a
dollar to buy a bouquet ol' roses to bold
in my left band at our fust uieetim; 1
But the other had gone, and the soft
March breezes eiept in at the open
doors and gently climbed up the long,
thin body of tho uuconqueretl until they
reached his ear and soothingly whispeied
"Nest." New York Sun.
The following bankruptcy cases
were heard by Justice Dole in the
Supreme Court to-day.
Tom Gow, a tailor on Hotel street,
Honolulu, lately adjudged. Six
creditor proved their claims amount
ing to S2(lvSt; ()!). A. Ascheim was
appointed a-snrnee of the estate
under SliUO bond.
Shoon Iling, a storekeeper, in
Honolulu, a biukrupt. Seven cicdi
tor pioved claims amounting to
$2812 27 and L. H. Kerr was ap
pointed assignee under SHOO bond.
Captain V. I). Walker, late ol Ihe
wrecked b'uk Wandering Minsliel,
bankrupt Nine ci editors proved
claims amounting to S-18o7. VV. R.
Castle wtis appointed assignee under
PARADISE OF THE PACIFIC.
The l'aradise of tlie Pacific for
Mai eh has more than the usual
amount of local matt or. An excel
lent icport of the celebration of Ka
mehameha III. day, including a des
cription of dresses at the state ball
in the evening, appears. There is
the report of the Raymond party's
recent excursion lo tlie Volcano, and
one of a late ball on board the U. S.
F. S. San Francisco. Mr. C. M.
White contributes a well-composed
poem on Hawaii Nei. His Excel
lency II. A. Widemann, Minister of
Finance, is the subject of a lifelike
portrait on tlie lirst page.
The statements quoted below are
from the Advertiser. They are about
as accurate as its picture of the Vol-
"The schooner Waiehu capsized
and a man was lost."
The Waiehu was wrecked on the
I reef at Waialua.
I "The schooner Mulolo went down,
I four or five yenis ago, with all on
j If so, only one man stayed down,
j as all the rest escaped.
j Sanioan advices state Hint vaiious
I meetings held throughout the island
have declared that an amendment of
the Ueilin treaty of 18hi) is neces
sary. Petitions to that end will be
addressed to the Governments of the
United States, Ureal Britain and
How does ho feel ? He feels
cranky, aud is constantly experi
menting, dieting himself, adopting
strange notions, and changing the
cooking, the dishes, the hours, and
manner of his eating August
Flower the Remedy.
I How does ho feel ? He feels at
tunes a gnawing, voracious, insati
able appetite, wholly unaccountable,
unnatural and unhealthy. August
Flower the Remedy.
How does ho feol ? lie feels no
desiie to go to the table and a
grumbling, fault-finding, over-nicety
about what is set before him when
he is there August Flqwer tho
How does he feel ? He feel3
after a spell of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhorrence, loathing,
and detestation of food; as if a
mouthful would kill him August
Flower tho Remedy,
j How doos ho feol ? He has ir
i regular bowels ami peculiar stools
I August Flower the Remedy.
rPHE annual meeting of the Hawaiian (
I Joekey Club will he held on i
MONDAY, Apill -1th, at 7:110 i M., at
the Iluwalluli Hotel.
O, O, BEROKR,
3X0 7t Seeietary.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00.
ItlCIIAItn A. IHcOLKUY.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
. i .
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
t For full particulars apply to
S. 13. JO10,
1-91 General Agent for tin Hawaiian Islands.
Auction Sales by Jamos P. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
! Household Furniture!
1 On WEDNESDAY, Mar. 0, j
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
i At the Residence of Kcv. W. II. Haiucf,
' School stieet, at rear of the Koit-Ntreut ,
I School, I will sell at Public Auction, the
Entire Household Furniture, compiling
Oane Rockers & Chairs
LOUNGES, OBNTEK TAUI.Rfl, I
Double and Single BodBteadB,
Hair aud Moss Mattrassus,
.Mosquito Nets, I'illows,
1 "Alameda" Stove & Utensils
Meat Safe, Water Filter, Qnidoii
Hose, Etc., Etc.
Golden Rule Bazaar
I.utt A. Ii Nnlitli's Store.
ON INSTALLMENT PLAN
$5 Down & $5 a
Easy! Easy! Easy!
JUST RECEIVED KUM. HOUND
With Mlller-Megee Patent Backs. Also,
Full Bound, Half Round, Cloth
Fairliask k Gale's Bauias.
Depot for WILL & FINOK'S CELE
CUTLERY A SHAVING MATERIALS !
SJST The STAR SAFETY RAZOR
in the best! Get one and feel iniKei
ahle? It only uosttj $2. Don't foigel
we keep a full line of
And SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
SOAPS, HAIRBRUSHES, COMBS. Etc.
Croquut, Lawn Tennis. Racquets, Etc.
W. F. REYNOLDS,
II77J Piioi'uiKion. Itvv
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
Kort HI rout.
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stoclc of Fancy Goods.
Wo make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and arc now
ready to take orders in that line.
A brand new stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies and other
urtislio goods arc offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUIl DING,
IV you want u Firnt-elass Job of Paint
ing of any description done, call on
the Piaetleal Painter, J. L. Mkvvw only.
Knrt street 180, P. O. Uox S87. Mutual
Telephoim 02. Ifift tf
Tho best thins to sontl to
your friuiKlH abroad is King
Bros.' Illustrated Souvenir
of Hawaii, which Is gotten
up lor the purpoBO und is
not uu udvortirioineut.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Now Goods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF TUB BUST QUALITY.
Trnm 1 Gallon to SUt) Gallons).
i& We are the only Authorized Agents for this aiticle, and are
I prepared to quote sptcial prices for
P. D. CORSETS
Just Received a Full Lino of V. D. COSSETS al
104 Fort street, Hor olulu.
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BE BEAT ! 5 0 O TT S . 1T GAN'T BK BEAT !
CORN Bit FOKT &
Spring Opening !
We beg to inform the Ladies that om as-iortincnt of New WhhIi Dress
MateiialM this hea.son emnpiibCH full lines of Koieign anil Domestic importa
tions. Special attention is called to our High Novelties mid our display this
season will be found the most eompieheiisive in tdioiee and lowest in ptices
evei Inonght to this market.
Full Linea of Bedford Cords,
Fine Twilled Llama Cloth,
Reil Scotch GinghaniB,
Fine French Pocalee,
Hirh Novelties in Figured Persian ftSulls,
Choice Batiste, Pino Apple Tissues, (entirely new),
Full Line of India Linen, Plaiu and Figured Swisses
BiP NAINSOOK and many other New Goods too numerous to mention.
N. B. Ladies in search of White Dress Materials will do well lo in
spect our stock first, before purchasing anywhere else.
S. EIIRLIOII & CO.,
Corner Fort afc Hotel stieels.
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
JANUARY I, 1892.
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
New Business Written in 181)1 $230, 000, 000. OO
Assurance in Faroe $800, 000, 000. 00
The 32(1 Annual Statement will be ibstied hereafter j in
the interval the foregoing ligures will show approximately
the chief items of tho account.
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands ,j
OF NEW YORK.
Late Arrivals I
HARDWARE CO., L'd.
i - P
Spring Opening I
fell Dress Fabrics !
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