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K BY AUTHORITY.
NOTICE TO MARINERS,
During tlio piocess of ileepenine, the
channel ul the entrance to Honolulu
luirlior tlio Dredger will bo in opeia
lion night and day. At night theie
will he u diuigct igiul placed on the
foiwaitl deniek of Dredger about 30
feet aboe ecu level, which turn be s-een
b all veb.els upprtmchiuc; Hie harbor.
Tlio hignal consists Hed Hud
of tlnee led lights
and a while light
an in the diagiam,
the red lights being
about II feel apai t
with the whitu light
in the center.
All steamers eios-sing the bar will
stop at a safe distance from the Died
fcer and give one blunt of their whistle
whieli will be aiihWeicd by a i-ingle
blast fiotn tlio Dredger, to be fol
ic wed by thiee blasts from the Diedg
qr when lhi,paMige is elear and they
The Tug will be on hand when not
otbei u ise ennaged to assist sailing eraf t
in punning the Pledger when ihtcs
suiy. C.N. SPENCER,
Minuter of the Inteiioi.
Inteiior Olllee, Maich 0, IS!)2.
Foreign Oilier Notice.
KoiiKKiN On in:, (
Honolulu, Maich 20, 1S!)2. (
Ollieial notice having been given lo
this Depaitment that dining the tem
poral y absence fioin Honolulu of
Monsieur It. 15. d'Anglade, Consul
and Coin in itsionei' for Fiance,
Monmkch ANTOINE VIZZAVONA
Will di.-chaigc the function of Coil
Mil and ConimitMoner for Fiance, ad
iutciiiu, .ill person- aie heieliy 10
(piiied to give full failli and credit to
all the oflieial acts of the said Mon
sietil Anloiue Viavona.
Minister of Foieign Atl'airs.
Foreign OHiee Notice.
FuitKtcN Omen, )
HoNouri.r, Maich 20,1802.
Ollieial notice having been given to
this Dcpaitmcnl thai until further
notice the duties of Sub-tilute Chan
cellor to the French Legation at Ho
nolulu will be dkeh.wged by
WALTEK M.. GIKFAJID, Es-o..,
Therofoie, the said Walter M. Gilfaid,
Es()., is heieby acknowledged as such
Substitute Chancelloi as afoicsaid,
and all his ollici il acts as sueli aie
ordeied to leccive full failli and ciedit
by the authorities of this Govern
ment. SAMUEL PARKER,
Minister of Foreign Allan s.
381 ISt-l'l It
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2,1801.
Holders of watei privileges, or thoao
paying water latcs, are heieby noti
tied that the bonis for using water for
iriigation purposes aie from (i to 8
o'clock a. .v., and 4 to 0 o'clock r. M.
until further notice.
JOHN O. vVHITE,
Suiit. Honolulu Water Woiks.
0. N. Sl'KNGKIt,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Regulation for Hog
"No slaughtci bonnes for hogs shall
be maintained in the Distiict of Ho
nolulu, Ouliu, on or after the 20th of
February, 1802, without a written
permit fioni the Uoaid of Health."
A fuither extension of the time in
whieli the above regulation shall be
enfoiced is heieby gianted till the 1st
of May, 1802.
1'residejiMloaid of Health.
y :.80 ill
E. 1. Aikue, Esip, has this day been
appointed a member of the Road
lioaiii for the Taxation Distiiet of
Koolaupoko, Oahu, for tlie unexpiied
term made vacant by the lesignation
of William Heniy.
G. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Inteiioi.
Interior Ollico, March 2(i, I8i2.
it has pleased Her Majesty the
Queen to confer upon
UEN.1AMIN FRANKLIN PILLING
The decotatioti of Knight Comman
der of the Royal Order of Kalakaua.
lolani Palace, March 20, 1802.
381 21-11 It
Picture Frames made to
order from latest HtyJoH of
moulding. Jteuovution of
old pictures a upeciulty ut
King Brow., Jlotel street.
r t-T ?i
PUitt?rtl to ntilhrr Sect nor Party,
Hut rstabltthfJ for lir brnciit of all.
TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1802.
PEDDLING STOLEN POULTRY.
e:il C'liiliire i.t n I'IiIiwhc 'li'oUeit
Tliu other day a Portuguese living
on the slopes of Punchbowl had two
chickens stolen from his lieu house.
He commenced a systematic seaiuh
in Ins neighbors' yauls, -but his
search was fruitless. Not being dis
couraged he took in a wider scope
and located the two chickens in the
yard of another Poitugueso at the
other end of the Portuguese colony.
Manuel aked his fellow -countryman
where he got the chickens and was
told that they iveio bought fioin a
Chinese puldler of poultiy. lie laid
claims lo the chickens when he was
advised lo lcae them theie and
await tlie appearance oL,the" China
man, as tie was name to come along
again in a few days. This morning
the same Chinaman put in an ap
pearance with his usual cry, "You
likee buy chicken, good oner" A
hoy wassentolf to the Police Station,
while the Poituguesc detained John
by examining the poultry. A cop
soon came and .lohn was nabbed and
taken to the Polite Station, wheie
he was charged with larceny of the
chickens. The Chinaman's name
is Ah Pan, and at the Station he was
recognized as the same worthy who
has bien convicted several limes ho
foie ol the same crime.
THAI OPIUM CAPTURE.
1)1 I 111'
Theie is a small banco session go
ing on belween two employees of the
police department, all on account ot
that opium capltue the othei uiglu.
It appeals Special Olllcer William
Sheldon suspected the man Thomp
son ol having opium in Ins possession
ami followed him, but tlie man went
into a saloon and escaped. The
fugitive, however, was spied by
Hack Inspector S. Maey who gae
chase and, with the assistance of
Others, cauglu him. While he was
holding him Sheldon came along and
relieved him of his chaige. Macy,
nol knowing thai the man had opium
on his person, iclinquishcd his hold
and proceeded on his way. Return
ing later to the Police hlation, he
was surprised on being told that the
man captured had seventeen tins ol
opium in his possession. Macy
thought, of course, i hut he would get
the reward, or pail ot it, and lold
the Eagle Ej e so. The latter was
staggeied by the pioposilion. It U
quite a picnic to see the two get to
gether and argue on "points ot law."
Macy has put in his claim for the re
ward, which is S12."), or p.ulof it.
So the matter icsts.
SAILIHG OF THE STEAMED
;ri'ut Ciou'il lo ;tw I lie tlmij I'.-.n-
N'IHITH Ik M'llllllM'.
The scene at the departure ol the
S. S. Australia to-day will long be
remembered as one of the liveliest
that has ever been seen at the de
parture of foreign steamers. The
wharf was crowded with people to
see and help the gay confusion, and
to bill friends goodbye. The Royal
Hawaiian Hand was present and the
boys played with a .est, denoting
their interest iri the bustle of excite
ment which prevailed. Along the
railing appeared the lamihar faces of
lions. L. A. Thurston and J. D.
Atherton, Mrs. Atherlon, Mons.
d'Anglade, Rev. and Mrs. II. Uiug
hatn,Miss Urewer, Miss Nellie Water
house, Messrs. John Thomas Water
house, llemy Vaterhouso, C. M.
Cooke, F. M. Swanzy, C. Holte, E.
M. Walsh und others.
The Puliation College was there in
full force to bid goodbye to Miss
Urewer, teacher, Miss Nellie Water
house and other departing scholars
of tlie college. Prior lo the steamer's
leaving they gave tlie college cry.
The Rev. Fathers Kiiby came in for
a good share of the friendly farewells,
while the departing tourists were in
tensely interested in the character
FRAUDULENTLY ENTERIHC CHI
NESE. The charge on which the eighteen
Chinese were convicted in the Police
Court yesterday was that of endea
voring to enter the kingdom by pre
senting permits which, although law
fully issued by the Foreign Ofllce,
were nol issued to those particular
Chinamen, They, It is presumed,
purchased or procured the permits
in China from the persons, or their
agents, to whom they were issued.
Tlie other class, ot whom theie aie
oul' a few, endeavored lo land as
boys "under M yeais of age," upon
pciiuits issued by the Consul Gen
eral at Hongkong upon ccitificales
granted by tlie Foreign Olllee, after
examination by the Chinese Commer
cial Agency, which on their face give
the fathers' statement of the boys'
ages, Mr. G, Cieighton, Deputy
Attorney-General, conducted the pro
secution with tact and skill, and de
fendants were represented by attor
neys Ilartwell, Castle, V. Y. Ash
foul and J. A, Magoou.
HORSFOIIO'S A1IU PHOSPHATE
3Iul'H mi luvltfoi'ulliig Oil ii It
with wntcMind sugar only. Delicious.
SiiNHtuiN lelioved at once by Cu
cumber '1 ouic, Benson, Smith Co.,
COM THE CORE.
I Willi Hie Chief Justice Through
I Kail and the Koiias.
Flourishing Dairy Knler-
prlM'.s Uoliee the Oom-
After Comt biisiiuw on the 2ltli
His Honor tliu Chief Justice anij
.Mrs. A. V. Judd, with Chief Clerk
Henry Smith, proceeded on the 2"lh
lo Kapupala Ranch by way of Naa
lehu, Ililoa and Pati.ila, til aviit the
return of the steamei W. (. Hall to
Honolulu. Al Waiohiuti they were
, the 'itests ol llie Uou. Noble J Kn-
The Chief .liutii'i- -ind Mm Judd
on the 2olh bieakfasled in Ihlea as
the gucsls ot Mr. ami Mrs. Ed
Robuw, lunched al Pah.ila with Mr.
and Mrs. lid Fuller, and dined at
Kapapala Ranch as the guests of Mr.
and Mis. .Julian Monsarrat, slaying
for the night at their place.
Hon. S. L. Austin and wife and
.Mrs. U. II Austin were met al P.i
hala on the 25lh on their way to the
ICmias thiough the Disliicl of Kan.
The Judge goes on his usual circuit
to attend the hearing ol nmu pio
batc and appeal cases. They report
the cialcr ol Kiiauea in activity and
the management of the new Volcano
House by Mr. Peter Lee as capital.
The new io.nl belween Hilea and
Pahala is being pushed lapidly by
the mad supervisor, Mr. Chas. Slone.
Juilging from certain sections of it
vvTnch were completed, this road pro
mise to be one of the finest in the
district and the money for it Well ex
pended. The last legiskituie appro
priated the stun of -s.1.,,000 for the
completion ol this toad.
The following guests were tegis
leied in the Punaluu Hotel (a branch
of the Volcano House Company) on
llie 2lUh insl. : Mr. and Mrs. "John
Scott of Dover, England; Miss Sarah
Scolt ot Faypoi t, Scotland ; S. Les
ser and Hcnrv Smith of Honolulu;
Miss Annie M. Paris ot llie city of
New York; .Mrs. Wm. T. lvibler of
San Kiaucisco; Messis. M.uliu J.
Uurke, A. L. Walker and Geo. Dab
cock, all of San Francisco; and Miss
Clara Dare ol San Francisco. Mr.
Chas. Stone is in charge of this hotel.
A new dairy at Ainapo is being
erccled by .Mr. Julian .Monsarrat in
conjunction with the Kapapala. ranch
ing business. When complete it is
proposed to accommodate a working
capacity of about 100 milking cows.
The elevation of this duiiy is ."jU00
feel above sea level. The business
of llie dairy is conducted on the
sinning plan, and Mr. Monsarrat the
manager and the Poituguesc dairy
man in charge aie both sanguine of
William J. Yates, lately of Kapa
pala Ranch, has been appointed man
ager of the llouomaliuo cattle lanch
in South Kona. He was a transient
passenger on Ibis trip of the W. G.
Hall, with his family landing al Ka
awaloa for the. new Held of labor.
This ranch is owned by Mr. J. M.
Monsarrat of Honolulu, and the new
manager was Mr. Julian Monsanat's
head vaipicro on the Kapapal.t
The steamer W. G. Hall brought
down this'trip some twenty-live head
of pretty fair beef cattle, which were
shipped al Kapua from the Ilono
maiino Ranch in South Kona.
In Kailua, North Kona, the Chief
Justice and Mrs. Judd on the 2Slh
called on Her Royal Highness Prin
cess Pooinaikelaui. The Princess,
who is enjoying excellent health,
speaks in highest terms of tlie sani
tary condition of the place. It may
not be generally known by the public
that the Volcano House Company has
made an attempt lo procure a lease
of the pioperty from the administra
tor of the lale King's estate for the
pin pose ot erecting a hotel theie.
A Hying visit was made by. a pas
senger to the coffee nursery of the
North Kona Coffee ami Tea Com
pany, of which Mr. Miller is the
manager, on the night of the 27lh
instant, An inspect on of the place
was made by lamp-light, the short
stay of the steamer in Kailua not be
ing sufllcient to enable him lo see the
place in the daytime. Sulllcc it to
say that the young colfee trees were
he'filthy-lookiiig, and there were
many thousands planted and trans
planted fiom the nuisory to the outer
Melds. With the elllcient manage
ment and dystonia' ic conduct of the
work by the present manager, this
company is destined in future yeais
to succeed, and there is no reason
why it should not. The native kill -aim
holders and leaseholders in llie
two Konas all talk ot coffee-raising
as one'of the best paying businesses,
especially in these days of low sugar.
An unusual swell was experienced
ut the Punaluu and Hniiuapo land
ings, together with high windo on llie
morning of the 27ti. Two passcu
gers vveie minus their hats in conse
quence, and the steamer rolled pretty
, The popular verdict along tliu Kuu
and Kona coasts is that John Aaron
Simersou is the most popular captain
that has ever sailed along these
coast ; and well may the Inter-I sland
Steam Navigation Co. be proud of
having tlie services of so old and faith
ful an employee. His promotion is
certainly well merited, and he is a
gentleman in every respect,
TiiK Hiuuswiek aie ihuouly Hilliaid
l'ailors in town. 0-tI
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James'
Kpiscopal Church, Eufaula, Ala.:
" My son has been badly afflicted
with a fearful and threatening couch
for several moiths, and after trying
several prescriptions from physicians
which failed t! relieve him, lie has
been perfectly restored by the use oi
two bottles of Bo
An Episcopal schee's German Syr
up. I can recom
Rootor. mend it without
severe, deep-seited coughs like this
aie as severe tests as u remedy can
be subjected to It is for these long
standing cases that Boschee's Ger
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many othirs afflicted as this lad
was, will do well lo make a note ol
J. F. Arnold? Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: I always use German Syrup
lor a Cold ou Ui- tu.io. i i,
never found unequal to it far less
0. G. tiKEIiN.Sule Maiffr.Wiiuubury.NJ.
Auciion Sulob hy James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On THCUSDaY, Mareh :$1,
AT IO OTMK'Sl ..
At the Residence of Mils, It. U. ELLIS,
"UlnNtlev I'liiei','" Kelt stieet, I
will sell at Public Auction,
The Entire Household Furniture
Oak Seeretaiy, Chairs,
Rugs, Hanging Lamps,
Oak Bedroom Set,
Matti.i-ses, Pillows, Child's Cilb,
Bed Lounge, Single Bedsteads,
HI NT I XCJ-KOO.M KUKN ITUKK.
1 "Reriw )Qd Stove" & Uteisils,
Meat Safe, let' Box, Km , Etc.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
:il 21 Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
lousehoid Furniture !
On WUU.VHSDAY, 31 sir. JJO,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At the liesidence ofKcv. W. 11. Haines,
School stieet, al rear of the Fort-street
School, I will .-.ell :it Public Auction, the
Knthe Household Furniture, compiisin
Cane Rookers & Chairs
LOUNGES, OENTEK TABLES,
Double aud Single Bedsteads,
Hair ami 1os Mattr.isses,
Mosquito Nets, Pillows,
1 "Almeda" Stove & Utensils
.Meat Safe. Water Killer, Gulden
Hose, Etc., Etc.
J AS. F.MORGAN,
:i7t) :st Auctioneer.
THURSDAY EVENING, Mar. 31,
Will be given the Modern Eaiee-
Comedy la Two Acts,
!i A Box of Monkeys!"
With the following cast:
Edward Kahton (a pioiiiising young
Ainei lean, nan owner ot uie hierra
gold mine) Mr ,1. F. Blown
Chaiuicey Oglethorpe (his partner,
M'cond son of Lord Doncaster)
Mr. George l'otler
Mrs. Outlcgo-.Ihonc-i (an admirer of
i. ml.) Miss McGiew
Sleira Beiigallne (tier niece, a prairie
lose) MibS Fannie Gamble
Lady Gnhilveiu LUmlpooie (daughter
of the Karl of l'ayiiaiight).Mlss Gamble
Also, T. .1. Williams' One ACT FAUUE,
TURN HIM OUT!"
With the following eiml:
Xleoileinus Nobb....Mr. F. 1'. llastlni;
Mr. Mackintosh Moke. ..Mr. Geo. Potter
Eglantine lloelf.if Mr. J. F. Brown
.Inliii (ilok-'s wlfe. Mls Gamble
Siihim M iss .faille I luu
I'oiteiB V ? ?
CST Sin plus after payment of ex
panses will he devoted lo various eha
illlo,. Admission. $1,00, 75ots. & DOets.
toy Box Plan open al olllee of L. J.
Levey, Wednesday, Mareh HOlli, at 2
o'clock r. m,
utT Doors 0mm at 7:30; I'eifotm
a lice at 8. Cauiages may bit ouleied a I
'I'HK annual meeting of the Hawaiian
I .Jockey Club will be held on
MONDAY, April lib, at 7:'.10 v, m at
tlio Hawaiian Hotel.
O. O. BKKGEK,
Tito buHt tiling lo Hend to
your lVit'iulH sibroad iH King
Bros.' llliislrntutl Houvouir
Of HjlWllll, whhth iH gotten
up tor the purpoHO and in
uot au udvorUHomunt.
HAWAIUN OPERA HOUSE.
THE MUTUAL LIFE
uiokiAicn a. aiccuiuw.
Issues Kvery Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLl ARS,
lis New Distribution l'olioy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company. .
Hr For full particulars applv to
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
jJ-AT THE I
(toIiM Rile Bazaar!
I.ut A. JL. Smith' Store. j
ON INSTALLMENT PLAN
$5 Down & $5 a
! Easy! Easy!
JUST RECEIVED FULL BOUND
With M Iller-Megee Patent Backs. Also,
Full Bound, Half Bound, Cloth
iri n in.-
Fais bank: k Goly's BmIih.
Depot i..-WILLit KINOK'S C I-: 1 . 12
lUCA'llil) CUTI.F.KY MitVIiG MATE.-.I M
riie T SAI-'KI Y IIAZOK
is the heti' (iel uik mid u el mKei-
able? It only ii ,t .-J. Don't foigel
wo keep a full line ol
Aud SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
CHAOC UMDDDIICtlCC PntADC CI-
Croquet, Lawn Tonnls, Itacquots, Etc.
W. .F. REYNOLDS,
Wi: Alii: NOW ItKCKIVINO Tilt:
nv'Kit iiiiouoirr to iionoi.ui.ii.
ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS !
Prices Lowor than Ever !
Call and Examine !
WILDER & CO.
IN THE MolNERIW BUILDING,
i'Vu'l HI i' t.
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy GooiIm.
We make a Hpecially of
Stamping 1'altcriiB and are now
ready to take orders in that line.
A brand new Htock of Silkjiin
broideries, Art Linens, Taust'ltj,
Fringes, Draperies and oilier
artistic goods arc offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
DiHHoIution of (Jo-imrliiei-Hhlp.
rIMIK iio-paitnorhlp heietoforu exUt-
lue between II. II. Williams and
J. II. Wood, under the linn name of "II,
il. Williams & Uo.,'1 esnlies this day by
limitation, J. II. Wood nuiehuses the
I l.it..s,.jt nt II II WI1lt.i.,,a ...t.l ....II ..
- su uui all liabilities and collect all ae-
CDiuits due tliu firm
(I. II. WILLIAMS.
i Honolulu, March 1, 1893, 350 3t
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
VorU St.root, IIoiioluln.
Nw Goods by Late Arrivnle !
1LA NT ATIi ) N' SU lM'LI ES,
Tools Sl Smplements,
Paints, Oils Sl Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OKS
OF THK HKS1 QUALITY.
CABBOLINEUM A VJ5NAKIUS
'From I Gallon to SOI) O.iUons).
BSf We are the only Authorized Agents for this atticle, and are
prepared to quote special pricca for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Id.
P. D. CORSETS
Just Received a Full Line of l. t. CORSETS at
104 Fort street, Hot olulu.
VV iiw3il lll lillIJtTT
t1 ffil'i u illllfJ'
M 'mill urn
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COIWK AND SEE THE CORSET WE AUE OFFERING AT
IT CAK"r BK BBAT ! 5 0 C
COKNEIt FOItT &
Spring Opening I
A Grani Display of
i Wc bet; ta inform tlie liiidieti Unit iiur ahsoitinent of New Wash Dress
I Matcnals this Benson comprises full Hues of Foieig.i and Domestic impurta
Special attention is called to our High Novelties and our dibplay this
j seaion will be found the most coinpicbcnsivc in choice mid lowest in prices
ever mouglit to this mailed.
Full LineB of Bedford Cords,
"Fine Twilled Llama Cloth.
Reil Scotch Ginghams,
Fine Trench Pocalee,
Ww.h Novelties in Figured Persian EVSulls,
Choice Batiste, Pine Apple Tissues, (entirely new),
Full Lino of India Linen, Plniu nnd Figured Swisses
13P NAINSOOK and ninny other New Goods too numerous to mention.
N. U. Ladies in search of White Dress Materials will do well to in
spect our stock lirst, before purchasing anywhere else;.
, S. EILRLLC1I & CO.,
Corner Fort & Hotel streets.
Society of the
i LiaUUties, 4 percent
New Business Written in
Assurance in Force
Tlio 32d Annual Statement will be iHsuud hereafter; in
the interval the foregoing' Hguren will bIiow approximately
the chief items of the account.
ALEX. ,J. CARTWmCHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
OF NEW YORK.
T S . ' c BK !
Spring Opening !
Wash Dress Fabrics !
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