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Hf BY AUTHORITY.
NOTICE TO MARINERS,
During the ptoecssnf deepening t lie
channel nl tint i'iilrant't lo Huntiliilii
luulxir llii Dredger will lio in opein
lioti night inil tiny. At night there
will ln n dangu signal placed mi the
fiiiwunl durtiek of Dictlger tilionl ill)
foci above sen level, which can bo scon
by all vessels nppiiMching the harbor.
The signal consists lied Hed
of tin CO lCtl Hglltb
ami ti whito light
an in Hits diagram,
tlii red lights being
about 11 feet upiut
with tlio white light
Mi tho center.
All steamers! dossing the bar will
stop'ut usafe distance from the Died'
gcr ami give one blast of their whistle
which will be answoieil by a single
blast fioin the Dictlger, lo lie fol
lowed by tlnec blabls from the Dredg
er when lite pan-age is Hear and they
The Tug will bo on lmipl when not
otheVwiso engaged to assist Muling craft
in pas-iny thu Diedger when necos-
C. N. Sl'ENCEK,
Minister oi the Intuiior.
.InlPiior Oilice, March J, IS)2.
Will bts leeeived at the interior Oilice
untilTHUHSDAY, April 7, 1S92, at
12 o'clock noon, fur Printing the De
pal tniont Report foi the hiinniiil
liseal period ending Match HI, 1892.
Humpies for tlio style of punting
and all requiied information can !'
luul upon application to the Inleiior
The Ministoi of the Interim docs,
nut hind himself to accept the lowest
or anv hid.
C. N. SI'HNCKK,
Minister of the inleiioi.
Interior Olliee, Maidi IK), JSD2.
Honolulu, 11. I., Dec. 2, 18!! I.
Holders of water privileges. or those
paying water into, aie heiehy noti
fied that the liouis for using water for
inigaiion purposes are fiom li lo S
o'clock a. ji., ami -I lo l o'clock r. si.
until further notice.
Supt. Honolulu Water Winks.
0. X. Sj'KNCKK,
Minister of the Interior.
I'Udgitl to i.is'k.i rit a f Partv,
tint rslai'lirbrrj for !r hrvr.il of all.
WEDNKSIJAY, APKIL , 1892.
THE BETTER POLITICS.
The industrial and commercial
situation of the country should call
for more attention just now than the
political situation. Systematic organ
ization for tut' promotion of internal
development is more to be desired
than organized agitation for organic
changes in our political institutions.
There is nothing radically wrong with
tho system of government under
which we live. It gives scope enough
for unlimited progress. Nothing is
more obstructive to progress than
the perpetual strife of tongues kept
up by professional politicians, with
out any cause outside of their own
greedy and needy aspirations. The
suggestion has been made that a
bureau should be established for the
promotion of homestead settlement
and the best possible development
of our agricultural resources. What
ever may be said ol this specific
means of forwarding these most im
portant ends, tho suggestion must be
owned to be in (lie line of the poli
tics the country requires. The dis
cussion of such subjects is at least
inviuorating, contra - distinguished
from the paralyzing influence of agi
tation against the established order.
It is true that the Government
(meaning of course the Executive
and the Legislative) has for many
years been liberal with the agricul
tural interests of the country. This
liberality has, however, been along
rather exclusive Iiiiob. With the
exception of supporting a nursery
or the propagation of useful and
ornamental trees and plants, the
treasury's aid to agriculture has been
mainlv devoted to the assistance of
the simar industry. There has been
no systematic or sustained effort lo
develop agrimiltuio of a varied sort.
A little has been done in the way of
promoting the settlement of available
public lands by small farmers. This
little hits been to it considerable de
gree abortive, owing, llrst, to lack of
marketing facilities, and, secondly
and conjointly with that lack, to the
miserable means of communication
with the main' channels of trade open
to small settlers. The man who
raises something to sell has not had
a meeting ground with the man who
should buy his products. Neither
has he luul easy thoroughfare for llic
transport of supplies to, or products
from his homestead.
These ficts and the present situa
tion of t lit? country demand the best
thought of the community. Any
suggestion offering a basis of intelli
gent discussion is to be welcomed.
That onu referred lo, of establishing
a homestead bureau, will have the
attention of this journal.
TRUTH AND JUSTICE.
Not having found the culprit in the
St. Louis College premises, the plain
tiff went lo vent his spleen in the
otllce of the Uuu.rm. The result
was a spiteful charge of "Flying
.Missiles" in yesterday's issue, aimed,
indirectly at least, at the college
authorities themselves. The article
insinuate! u total lack of vigilance
on the part of the teachers, whereas
(truth and justice demand the state
ment), in no other school of the
kingdom is surveillance more strictly
in force than in St. Louis College.
Never, at any moment of the day,
whether in school or out of school,
are tho pupils left to themselves.
They are always under the watchful
eye of one or the teachers. Hence,
the statement in ycslci day's commu
nication that the -.indents as a prac
tice throw stones, must be character
ized as a base lio. The knife story
is simply labulou, none of the St.
Louis College hoys having been in
the yard at the time of the occur
iciice reported. If tho complaining
party has reasons to think that the
quarter in which ho lives is not a
very reputable one, let him take the
hint, and move. Kamakt.i.a.
MUSIC IK THE SUBURBS.
For two months past the friends of
Mr. and Mrs. G. Waller, Kalihi,
have had the pleasure of hearing ex
quisite musical renditions on the
piano forte, fioin one ot tho best
visiting talent that Honolulu has
ever attracted, in the person of Mrs.
K. G. Gallagher of San FinneNco.
Latterly an impromptu trio was
:oniied consisting of Mn. Gallagher,
I'rof. U. J. Ordway, and Mr. Jas.
W. Lloyd, all of Kalihi, represent
ing the piano, mandolin anil violin
Last evening at the lesidcnco ot
.Mr. T. A. Lloyd, Kalihi, the follow
ing beautiful selections weio charm
ingly rendered: Overture, "i'oetand
Peasant;" Grand selection, "HTro
vutore ;" Schubert's Serenade (duct
tor violin and piano) ; Grand over
ture, "Bohemian Girl ;" Selection,
"Hubert the Devil;" Overture, "La
Dame Blanche," and the fascinating
A tew Iriends of the respective
performers were present, anil a most
enjoyable evening was spent through
out. The joyful company dispersed
a little before the early hours, with
three cheers for the Kalihi orchestra.
A HUMANE INVENTION.
Dr. A. It. l'owat, veterinary sur
geon, lias had constructed a very in
genious operating table to accommo
date his four-foot ed patients. The
table is mounted on a frame fitted
with gearing by winch it is easily
tilted up edgewise and lowered again
.0 a plane. The animal is placet)
alonside the tilted table, and cinched
thereto with fastenings through aper
tures. There is a gear for pulling
the fastenings taut. "When the ani
mal ih pioperly secured to the table,
the tabic is gently lowered to a level
position. The invention saves a lot
of rough handliLg incident to the
manipulation of horses ami cattle by
the old-fashioned processes. It may
be seen by anyone at Dr. Kowat's
veleriuaiy infirmary on King street.
The case of James Holt, chaiged
with mayhem, occupied the whole of
yesterday afternoon's session and is
still on. At 1 :30 o'clock this after
noon Judge Hickerton and jury went
down to examine the scone ol the
tiouble at lvakaako. After viewing
the premises the jury will retire anil
their verdict, if they agree on one,
will bo known this afternoon. V. V.
Ashford assists the proscculiou ; Paul
Neumann and A. Ho-,a for defend
ant. Judge Dole in the Siipiemo Court
room upstitiri. to-tlay, silting in Inter
mediary Com I, heard the assumpsit
uit of J. G. Farm vs. A. A. Silva
and awarded judgment for plaintlif
for $21. 40.
The Fire Police last night agreed
on a home of their own. It is a large
hull over Mr. C. J. Fishel's store at
Fort and Hotel streets. They will
take it on a two years' lease with the
option of another two at expiration.
The lease will bo matle to tho Firo
Department, from whose biennial ap
propriation the rent comes. Furnish
ing will bo done at the company's
own expense. The
flue body" will
have one of the most spacious meet
inr halls in town. Cant. Thomas
n t . ,
Krouso, becretary Ariimago, i.ieu
tenants Llnd and Hruiis, with a
score of oilier members, attended the
monthly meeting last night, at which
the Uali wan the only important bust
THE TROTTING LIMIT.
,V ,llNHiiurl HoIoiiHhI IMiicch II nt
Oiii .11 1. Kite it nil Thlrly-tlii-ct!
At present a lively interest is be
ing taken in the discussion of the
fastest possib'e trotter, scientists,
horsemen ami others venturing all
sorts of wild opinions on the subject.
This reminds me that the same sub
ject was up during the summer of
188.'$, when many of the leading
mathematicians of the country plot
ted "curves" and advanced theories
in a vain effort to determine how fast
horses will ultimately trot and when
this mhxiinuni will be reached. One
of the most learned of these articles
was by Professor F K. Nipher of
this State, which appeared in the
July, 188!), number of the American
Journal of Science.
According lo Nipher's conclusions,
fie speed to which the American
trotter will constantly approximate,
but never reach, is one mile in 92
seconds, or 1 :i)2. He also concludes
that the lime of the trotting horse
will be reduced to within one second
of this llgure in 300 years after the
year 1800 that is to say. in the year
of our Lord 2220. But it must be
remembered that our great Missouri
scientist was loo astute to claim abso
lute ccitainly for his figures. He
even admits" that the maximum
speed may possibly be as great as
100 seconds. In the course ot ten
years, or in 1891), he says in his arti
cle, the limit can be definitely fixed,
lie also remarked that, he was quite
sure that eventually tho maximum
speed of trotting and of running
horses will differ only by a few
In an article tollowing the one
quoted from above Mr. Nipher stated
that he had made a new calculation
based on lmithonialieal rather than
on giaphical methods. The maximum
time thus obtained was eighty-one
instead of ninety-three seconds. The
probable error of this deduction, ac
cording to the piofessor's opinion, is
not over four seconds. From the re
sults thus obtained il is not likely
that the running horse will be able
lo stnpass the t rotter at the end of
the year 2200. it is a curious spec
ulation, to say the least, to even guest
that by an artificial gait tho trollicg
horse will linally he able to make
better lime than one of his species
who Uavels as natuie intended he
should. St. Louis Republic.
THE HAWAIIAN LEACUE.
The following is the schedule of
games to be played the coming sea
son by the Hawaiian League:
April !) Honolulu v. Kaniohanieha.
" l(i Orescent vs. Hawaii.
" 211 Cichceiilv ICamch. nucha.
" HO Hawaii . Honolulu.
Mav i Hawaii . Kaiiiehamch.i.
" 1-1 Honolulu vn. Ciescenl.
" 21 Honolulu vt. ICauichanicbii.
" 28 Oiofcont vc.. Hawaii.
June ! CreM'onl n. K.imchanielia.
" 11 Honolulu v.s. Hawaii.
" 18 Ivamcluiiicha vs. Hawaii.
" 2f) Honolulu h. Crescent.
July 2 Honolulu vs. Ivamehauieha,
" -1 Cies-eenl. vs. Hawaii.
" !l CiCbccut vs. Ivamchauicha.
" JO Hawaii t. Kaineh'.nicha.
" 2!t Crcfcoul . Honolulu.
' HO Hawaii vs. Honolulu.
ORANGE CULTURE IN TAHITI.
The decision of Judge McKinloy
of Los Angeles in the case of a cargo
of 025, 0GO orange trees imported
f mm Tahiti in June last will no doubt
lie deeply fell, by If. M. Mesorve,
who is at present in Tahiti growing
more trees for shipment.
Mr. Mesorve is a graduate of the
Illinois Horticultural Society and was
sent lo Tahiti by some I'omoua orch
ardists for the purpose of transplant
ing the trees.
Mesorve, after shipping the trees
to California, made arrangements lor
the puichase of a f)0u-acre tract on
the eastern side ot Tahiti, on which
to grow oranges.
'The orange industry in Tahiti
used to form the largest figure in its
list of products." said a Tahiti gen
tleman to a Chronicle reporter recent
ly. "Now it is a thing of the past.
On plantations where 1100 and 100
ton vessels could be loaded every tiny
in the season not enough oranges to
sink a rowboat could npw be gath
ered. Insects ami scale have killed
all the trees and it is utterly impos
sible to kill the posts."
THE SUBSIDY ACT.
The Pacific Mail will have things
made warm for it at Washington if it
persists in trying lo give San Diego
the go-by. The managers ot the
company are not gifted with a sur
plus of common sense if they imagine
that the Government is going to pay
a subsidy for tho performance of a
service which requires no special in
centive. It was on the ground that
now avenues of trade would be open
ed by eucoui aging blcauiiliip linos to
add to their service anil to afford bet
ter facilities to the Poslofllce by slop
ping at ports like San Diego that the
appropriations were matle which the
Pacific Mail wishes to eujoy the
benefit of without rendering any re
turn. If thu company means to do
only as it did before the passage of
the new law it might as well bo re
pealed at once for all the good il will
do the country and the American
people. S, F. . roniole.
There is no danger fioin whooping
cough when Chamberlain's Cough
Heinedy Is freely given. Il liquefies
the lough, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration. It also lessens
tho severity and frequency of tho
paroxysms of coughing, and insures
a speedy recovery. There Is not tho
leasl danger m giving it to children
or babies, as il contains no injurious
substance. 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers.
Benson, Smith &
A GENTLE HUMORIST.
Romn Stnrlr- nt thn Iitn A. Minor Orl-
wohl, "Tin. l'nl Cimlrllinlnn"
tSiiecldl Corresiimiilpnoo.l '
Nuw Ycmk, March 20. "The world
erects no monuments to funny men."
It was u wiying of Tom Corwin, and the j
latest humorist to leave ue, A. .Minor
Uriswold, wjm fond of quoting the re- ,
m.irk hi his serious mouiK lie hutl lluve J
moods, for his humor, like all Hint rin?n
true, was ever on the border of strict !
tiutli. Even tho ciule.iturist to sue- ,
cewl must keep close to nature, and tu j
dear friend Griswold was no caricnlur-
ist. Hn was lather tho gentle, great '
hearted, kindly philosopher, who won '
our laughter by pointimr out the in-
liercnt eccentricitifs of things than
the cynic who exaggerates them.
"Miner" or "Grin." at wo used to love
to call him. was a grea num. Not giont
according to tho standard by which tho
world metes out its clumsy approval,
but inherently great in that ho liml mas
tered a philosophy that was sufficient to
him, and was a complete exponent of it.
Generous beyond bounds, ho was forever
doing good, and satisfying himself com
pletely with tho consciousness of having
done it, looking for nothing more, Lov
ing by nature, lie went at times even to
excess in tho good fellowship that too
often became conviviality. Clear head-
of 'will that kept him within hounds !
not the bounds of conventionality, but
thoso of his own good sonce.
This man, who was a cherished friend
of a great many of the most distinguished
men of the last thirty years, was born in
obscurity, and ran away from homo
when only a dozen years or so of age to
go to work on a canal boat. To lull tho
story of his life would bo like turning a
kaleidoscope, for there was nothing liko
consccutivcncss in it, and the variety of
his experiences was bowildering. A
somber tragedy in his lifo made of him
a broken heai ted man in the prime of
life, and it was only after years of suffer
ing that ho found peace and happiness in
his second marriage.
With the exception of that episode
his history was merely a succession of
caicless adventures full of merriment.
Something of the way ho regarded tho
serious matteis of life is shown by what
lie said to Charley Stow when that sifted
gemus mot hnn in Uincinnau. "what mg are unknown joys, ror uer
aro you doinjr here?" asked Stow. "U.imo man Syrup we do not ask easy cases,
on n collecting.' tour," said Griswold. , gugar and water may smooth a
"What luekr "Capital! Mo,t snece-s- I tiiro;lt or stop a tickling for a while,
tnl trip 1 over made ot the kind Been , T1 . . far as the ordinary C0Ugh
here hreo day.. Col ected a hundred ,. . Boschee's German
and Ilttv dollars. Telegraphed to my A " i- i n ,.
wife forlifty lo et homo with, and just Syrup is a d -covery , a great 1 hroat
got tll!lt - J and Lung Specialty. Where for
In his early days ho was always likely ' years there have been sensitiveness,
to bo "broke," though he made great pain, coughing, spitting, liemorr-
Minis by lecturing when "The Fat Con- Mage, voice laiture, weakness, snp
tributor" was at tho zenith of his fame ping down hill, where doctors and
Ho used to tell with great gleo of one
morning in Cleveland when no and a
boon companion found themselves penni
less and lireakfastloss, with no credit
even for a cocktail. They stood on the
corner in n quandary, when suddenly
Artenius Ward, n warm friend of both
of them, came along. Urowne (Artenm
Ward) was then very Hash of money, us
they both knew, and they hailed him
joyously. Ilo stopped and chatted ple.is
antly for a few minutes, paying uo at
tention to tht'iv evident lustres'., and at
length Griswold told him plainly that
thoy were both "butted" and hungry.
"Oh!" said Biowne. talking very fast
and giving them no chance to interrupt,
'Tm very sorry. .Nmv I'll tell you what
you must do. Go to work right away
Start a uowspaper. You must be sure to
niako it light and breezy in character
Bewaro of dullness. Don't attempt to
be too serious. Make it breezy. -Slake
it breezy. Good morning." And ho
walked otr rapidly, leaving his friends
It was rather more cruel than Artemus
Ward's jokes were apt to bo, and Gris
wold would havo been incapable of it.
though ho nover got over his apprecia
tion of tho fun in it. Ho was fond of
practical jokes, but never at any ouo
else'tj expense. Ho always made himself
tho butt, lor instance, ho used to tell
withgie.it gleo how ho got himself ar
reted 11 vu liiiifi in ono evening by dif
ferent policemen for tho sake of being
taken to a station house whore tho
captain was a pernonal friend, and would
not lock him up as tho chargo was noth
ing more serious than singing in tho
street. "Of cuuxuo," ho said, "I could
not sing, but I felt jus though I would
like to, and 1 tried. Tho policeman
could not be blamed."
Griswold was an inveterate punster,
but this w3 excusable on the ground
that some of his puns were witty. He
was in Dotioit at tlio timo of thu Fenian
invasion of Canada, and crossed tho river
to Windsor and entered a barroom,
where in a spirit of puro fun ho began to
bing a Fenian song. It was dangerous
fun, foi u Ftnlwart stranger, full of Can
adian patriotism, suddenly presented a
revolver at his head and exclaimed
stonily, " You can't bing that song in
Windsor." Quick as a Hash Griswold
replied, " I couldn't s-iug it if I was out
ot wind, son'!
ilo and Artemus Ward in Uovelaud
played a characteristic prank on u teach-
erof elocution who had just eomo to the
city to settle. Thoy culled at 3 a. m
and rung his bull, lie came, to tho door
in his nightshirt, inid they pushed theii '
way in and told him they came to inter i
view lum Tlio professor, though do-
lighted at the chance of a notice, protest- I
etl that it was vwy late. "Oh, wo don't
mind that," wiid Griswold; "wo are used .
to nightwork." And Urowne w.'d, !
"You are an elocutionist';" "Yes." I
"Well, then, elocuto." And before tho '
bewildered man knuw what ho was I
about ho wa on a chair in his scanty I
costume spouting heroin verso. Then
thoy wont off and wrote him somo llrat
Such stories show only ouo side ol this
truo gentleman and kindly fellow, but
to ono who loves iho laughter of lite
they may indicate tho gentlo chur.ictei
of him "who was without guile."
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Those who have not
used Boschee's Ger
man Syrup for some
severe and chronic
trouble of the Throat
and Lungs can hard
ly appreciate what a truly wonder
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sensations of healing, easing, clear-
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Auction Saias n .ixmos F. Morgan.
' I hae r eel veil in-li actions tti sell al i
Public Auction, nt my SulcnriMiiii,
, (Jiieeii slreet,
i On SAT I ltllAY, April Hli,
AT VZ O'l'I.OCK XOO.V.
i The following Desirable Property:
; 1st -A PAEGBL OF LAND
1 Al li il ultolo. !
I Near Hie KMi .MnUet aud facing on the
Water Krout. Then: are j
j Two Dwe'lini? Houses '
I On the Properly, and contains Tweury
! four Hods. Deed fioin Kauakauui.
nds at &
Knolii il polio,
Described in K. V. 'JXtli, L. G. A. (Jir.r., ,
to Xauiihelo, containing ;!.."() acres, ,
CSV" l"oi' further p:inlculiir apply lo i
JAS. F. MO KG AN,
Auction SIes by Lewis J. Levey.
i Notice is hereby fjivun that hi accord-
' aucc with the law in Mich case made and
, pnnlded, I will caui to be sold the
i Household Furniture of T. O. McGUiUE
j titltcu by me in ilMrululiu; for rout,
i to wit :
Walnut Uodroom Set, 1 Koll
l Wilcox .K uiuii'ii sewing
Machine, 1 Client of Drawers, 1 Spring
Mattrass, 1 Wire Spring and 1 Wool
Maltr.isees, 1 l'iuu Bedstead, 1 U. W.
Ilabv (.'rib. 2 II. W. ( hairs. 1 It. W. ltd.
T.iblo, 1 Fancy llmintl Table, t Hugs, 1
Hammock Chair, 1 Hanging Lamp.
SoY" fald SiiIh will take place at tlie
Auction SalcMOoms of LKWIS .1. LK- ,
VHY, Auctioneer, corner of Fort and
Queen streets, I
On WEDNESDAY, April 20th, j
AT is; otl.OCti NOOV. i
385 lftt OOO KIM. '
'I'llE umlcndgiieil Executors of tho ,
will of Iho lute Ueo. Lucas de--
ceased testate, heieby notify all persons
having claims against tho estate of the .
sahl deceased to nrcsiiiu tlie same to tho
undersigned wllhlii six mouths, or they '
will be foi ever buried, and all those
owing the said estate will please make
Immediate payment to the imdoislgucd,
(Signed) THUS, It. l.l't'Ah,
JOHN I.UUAS, !
Kxeeutors Estate (leo. I.ucas, ,
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IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BE BEAT 1 ) Q (J "X S IT CAN'T BE BEAT !
Society of the
The Equitable Life Ass
JANUARY I, 1892.
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
SURPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
New B iisiiicss Written in 1891 $230, 000, OOP. 00
Assurance in Force $800, 000, OOP. 00
The 32d Animal Statement will be issued hereafter; in
the interval the foregoing figures will show approximately
the chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. CAKTWRJCHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
! B. F.
OO KOBT 'JTBICKT.
After Inking Stock we offer superior values for less than former prices In
OllENIMiK l'OKTlEKES, FKOM ?(l.50 Ul'WAHD,
AT ALL STYLES AND PRI0E3.
GENTS' SBIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFtS,
SOCICn AND SUAKl'8 AT COST.
rJ5 Dressmaking under the management of MISS IC, CLAKKE.
1. 0. UOX 480.:
Vh Cor. INuiiiLiiii As liii Htrootw.
If you want to save time and money buy vour Furniture, etc.. at thn
X, 1.., corner Niiiiiiuii and King streets.
Bfiy Found tho ulueo to buy New
lowest prices, the I. X. L., coiner Nuuaiiu and King streets.
jUajr Iledroom .Sots, Waidrobes, Ice Uoxus, Stoves, Chairs, Iluiiglug Lamps,
Hugs, Ilureous, Cheffonlens, etc., sold cheap for cash at the I. X. L., corner Nuu
aiiu and King streets.
aar Meamor uuu veranua uiialrs,
S. W, LEDERER,
Sf Store Open Saturday
OF NEW YORK.
Late Arrivals I
EILERS & CO.
: MUTUAL TEL. DO.'
ami Hooond-hatiii Furniture of all kimi f
Sofas, HeU Lounges, Uaby Cribs, Olothea
JbH'ouinga till 0 o'clock, -