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Br'' BY AUTHORITY.
J. I SYLVA, Esq., has this (lay
been appointed an Agent to take Ac
knowledgments to Labor Contracts
for tho District of liana, Island of
C. N. SPENOEU,
Minister of tho Interior.
Intetior OuVe, May, , 1892.
JWulu if TT if fin
just received ex. "BErtoRs" THE MUTUAL LIFE .INSURANCE GO,
gjT AND KOR SALE AT LOWEST MARKE'I! HATES. &
KlUSIAltll A. ttcOUnUY.
OF NEW TOftK.
Cases I. & N. OLD GENEVA (do'ublo, berried).
,). D. K. & Z. Uo (20 bottler c.ioh).
" B. & X. KEY BRAND (small whito bottles).
Uo Uo (small black bottles).
Also, Foster's Porter in Quarts and Pints.
"Fotcr Block," 10 Nuuanu sheet, Honolulu.
ALuluaU 'Vol. 308. -a (4141m) JtaT A. O. O s: lr.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LIARS,
Its New Distribution Policy la tho most liboial ever offered by any Insurance Company.
t& For full particulars apply to
1-91 n-1 A,i 1... IT 1!.... t.l l..
Tenders will bo received at the At-torney-Guuernl's
Ofllcu till 12 o'clock
noon on THURSDAY, the 19th day
of May, 1892, lor furnishing the O.ihu
1'ribon for six uiontlu beginning Wed
nesday, the first day of June, 1892,
with the following supplies at Mich
times und in Mich quantities us may
The Mutshiil, or ueli other olllcer
ne ho may designate, will make the
requisitions, and all supplies will be
subject to his inspection and uppiowil.
The ainouuls set opposite eeitnin
items iu the Sehulule are the approx
imate requirements foi the mx months,
but all tin) supplies are to be funiishud
us required by the Marshal.
Rids will be aceeptid eiliier for the
whole list oi u pait.
Tho Contractor will be requited to
furnish suitable bond for tho faithful
performance of his eon ti nut.
All Tenders must bo distinctly
marked "Tenders for Supplies, O.ihu
Prison," und mst be sealed.
The Attorney -Geneial does not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any
V. AUSTIN WHITING,
Attorney-General's OHice, May Uth,
llf-; ' A. D. 1892.
!f," ' - SOIIKUULE.
jP Poi, per lb. (10,000 lbs. more or less
jjjjT per month).
'M, - Fresh Meat, per lb.
Sai Hard Bread Medium, per lb. (but 4
Op and 5000 lbs. per month).
K'4 Bread, freeh lo.ies, per loaf.
i r, . Salmon (red) G to 7 bbls. per month.
, Tea, per lb. (about GOO lbs.).
Coifee, per lb. (Kona in bean) about
Beans, per lb. (white or red).
Potatoes, per lb.
Onions, per lot.
Rice No. 1. (average 6 bags per
' ' mouth).
Bar Soap (brown) per lb.
Sugar No. 2, per lb.
F Milk, per quart.
B Straw Hats (small) per doz , 3 do..,
, per month.
Blue Denim, per yard.
Brown Denim, per yard.
. Can is No. 1, pei yard.
1 -'r Blankets, per pair (small;.
-v', Kerosene Oil, per case, 0 cases per
Sb' Galvanized Iron Buckets, per do , 13
mtt Tin Dinner Pails per do, (double and
Jk' ' biugle).
sjgt, Broomt1 (yard) per do.
m Lime, per bbl., 1 to 2 bbls per month.
f'y Cement, per bbl., 1 to 2 bbls. per
ri , bhoes (Brogans) 3 do, paii (sin ill),
j, Hay (California), per ton.
'Mf'J- Oats (New Zealand) per ton.
M,' Sole Leathei. 417 8t
fe NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of deepening the
channel at the entrance to Honolulu
harbor the Diedger will be iu opeia
tion Highland duj. At night there
will be a danger signal placed on tho
forwaid deinek of Dredger about 30
feel abou nea leel, which can be seen
by all vessels appioaohing the harbor.
The signal tuiibistb ited Red
of thiee led lights
and a white light
as in' the diagram,
the red lights being
about 3 feet apart
with the white light
mi the center.
All steamers. eiossing tho bar will
stop at a safe distance from the Dred
ger and give one blast of their whistle
which will be answeied by a siugk
blast from the Diedger, to be fol
lowed by thiee blasts from the Dredg
er when tho putt-ago is clear and they
Tho Tug will bo on hand when not
otherwise entjaned to assist sailing craft
in passing the Dredger when nece's
uary. C. N. SI'ENCEIt,
Minister ol tho luteiior.
Interior OHice, Mareli 9, 1892.
Honolulu, H. I., Deo. 2, 1891.
Holdors of water privileges, or those
pjiying wuter rates, are hereby noti
fied that tho hours for using water foi
irrigation purposes aro from G to 8
o'clock a, M., and 4 to G o'clock 1 n,
until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
bupt. Honolulu W ater Works.
0. N. Sl'ENOElt,
Minister of tho Interior.
TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1892.
THAT WAILUKU RULINC.
There is one redeeming feature
about the Dogberry ruling of Justice
Kcpoikui in the preliminary examina
tion of the opium smugglers at Wai
luku. That is, that it no doubt des
troys all chances of the magistrate's
being piomoted to the Circuit Jus
ticeship for which it is understood he
U a candidate. Also it should be
expected that the Cabinet and Judi
ciary have uo further use for Mr.
Kcpoikui as Police Justice. His
usefulness may be considered at an
end iu the juridical realm. The
question as to how the letter he
i tiled out of reading was obtained
had nothing to do with the magis
trate. It might have formed the
basis of a .suit for trespass or some
thing of the kind. Had the point of
its genuineness been laised, that
would come in for proof for and
against in its older.' The absurdity
of the magistiate's ruling was all the
greater from the fact that the docu
ments hud already been leceived in
evidence and thus become virtually
part of the testimony. It is a dis
graceful incident in the ndtninistta
tion of justice. When the absolute
authoiity for the time being of a
country Justice can interpose, by
ruling on a far-fetched technicality
without allowing argument thereon,
to prevent the regular trial of men
viitually caught red-handed in violat
ing the laws of the land, it is time
that something should be done to
improve our judicial system.
WHAT THEY SAY.
That Clarence Wilder Ashford got
SloO for clearing the three men from
the opium entanglement on Maui.
That the fee was earned by the
That Volney V. Ashford is not in
town; that he is on Hawaii, some
where. That the opium ring is shaking in
the lower limbs.
That twelve rifle shots were heard
at noon to-day in the vicinity of
Punchbowl ;. that it is not an uncom
mon occurrence in that vicinity, and
something ought to be done to abate
That our local horsemen won't be
in it on the Uth of June; you know
why? Ask a policeman.
That the new Scotch yacht has
created quite a stir in yachting cir
cles. That the Hcaiani boat club's junior
crew will be in it fiom start to finish
on May 24th.
- That It. W. Wilcox's ambition as
to the presidency of the Hawaiian
republic will be gratified mahope.
That the morning blubber contains
more boiler plate than any paper in
That Beach the maiifish is board
ing iu the Nuuanu reservoir.
That Hush is hitting "little Dan"
below the belt, in attacking him in
an unknown tongue.
INSTALLATION 0F OFFICERS.
On Monday ecning, the 9th inst.,
the ofliccrs elect of Kaiiieliamelia
Lodge of Perfection, No. 1, A.'.A.1.
S.R. of Freemasonry, were duly
installed in their respective ofllces.
Past Venerable Master, Bro. A.
Brown, conducted the installation in
a most creditable manner, and in
stalled the following olllcers:
Bro. W. Auhl, V. M.,
" B. H. Norton, S. W.,
" II. II. Williams, J. W.,
" A. B. Sciimgeour, O.
" J. M. Angus, A.,
" J. T. Downey, S.,
" P. Opfeigelt, T.,
" J. A. Spear, M. C.
A pleusing feature of the occasion
was the presentation of a Past Mas
ter's jewel to the retiring V. M.,
Bro. S V. Ilousley, as a small maik
ol the esteem in which he is held by
his brethren for the highly elllcient
manner iu which he has conducted
the duties of Venerable Master, dur
ing tho teim just closed. The pre
sentation was made by P. V. M.
Bro. A. Brown, in a few well chosen
words, in his usual happy manner.
A RARE EVENT.
The pati mis of the O. It. & L. Co.
will have a chance on next Saturday
afternoon to witness one of the most
astounding exhibitions ever seen in
Honolulu. The innuiigement has en
gaged the celebrated diver and nitin
fisli C'apt. Beach. He will sit at the
bottom of a large glass tank filled
with water, anil will eat, drink, smoke
and writo in the watery depths, Ye
who disport iu hath tub's and feel tho
sensation of suffocation caused by
getting your noso under water will bo
astounded when you 'witness this
monarch of the deep. The Captain
will give an exhibition at Heinond
Giove on next Saturday afternoon.
See tho advertisement. Popular
rates ol fare, 50 cents for the round
trip, including admission to the Pavilion.
THE HONOLULU CABLE.
Tho Hteanirr Tlirtln to Make n Sew
Burrv Tor It.
The United States steamer Thetis,
Commander Iteiter, came down from
Mnro Island yesterday and is conllng
at the Pacific Mail dock chute. The
Thetis will sail in a few days to con
tinue the Biuvcy of a proposed tele
graph cable between the United
Stales and tho Hawaiian islands. Tho
former suivey made by the steamer
Albatross from Monteiey to Honolulu
has been completed. The survey to
be made by the Thetis will be flora
a point nearer San Francisco and
will be enthely separate from tlint of
the Albatross. The idea is to find a
better line if possible. The reason
the Thetis was uot sent to the Beh
rmg sea this year is that she is a veiy
slow boat. Last sealing season Com
mander Rciler soon discovered on his
arrival in the Bchritig sea that he
could uot chase seal pouching schoon
ers with the Thetis, so lie steamed to
the sealing headquarters at Sand
Point, and notified each poacher as
he made his appearance to keep out
of Bchring sea, thus saving coal and
loing effective woik. S. F. Chioni
de, April l.".
THE COMING 'CONCERT.
Ovule Musin, the greatest of living
violin viituosos, will shortly make
his appearance in this city. Musin
is a foreigner by birth, but an Amer
ican citizen by adoption. He is en
thusiastic over the United States, and
were it not for his old mother, to
whom he is deeply attached, he would
long ago have severed his connections
with the old world. All of his busi
ness interests are located on the
mcrican soil, and to-day he is one
of the largest real estate owners who
appear on the stage. Year after year
he adds to his former purchases any
where his keen sight for business
tells him of a near and brilliant
future. The ovations tendered to
Ovule Musin all over the norld are
innumerable. Alone by himself, he
will give satisfaction to an entire
audience of the most difHcult dispo
sition or refined character, his tech
nique, style and feeling being so re
markable that this great artist passes
with an extraordinary ease from the
most classical execution to the intri
cacies and gymnastics of the purely
romantic music always admired, al
ways applauded, carrying away his
audience spell-hound under his mag
netic powers. Tho Musin company
is a company of stars. It is seldom
that the public can find brought to
gether such a powerful organization
of brilliant artists. The presence of
.Miss Annie Louise Tanner, thegieat
ost lyric soprano on the American
atage, would be a credit to any com
pany in any part of the world. In
fact, evciybody in the Musin concert
company is up to the standard, and
not a music lover should miss the
opportunity offered them.
The king, with the unpronounce
able name, from Butarilari, in the
South Seas, who has been visiting
the city for the past few weeks, will
leave in a day or two for Honolulu
on the steamer Montseriat. He goes
there to adjust differences that have
arisen between some of his subjects
who are employed on the sugar plan
tations and the Hawaiians. Fiom
Honolulu lie will go to his kingdom
on the missionary brig Morning Star,
which is expected to leave there
about June 1st. His majesty, who
is said to be exceedingly close
in financial matters, has an income
of about 810,000 a year. While here
ho has bought a number of suits of
clothes for himself and relatives in
the islands and his only sorrow seems
to he that he cannot load a vessel
with some of the curious things he
has seen here and take down as
mementos to his island home. S. F.
HAWAIIAN STAMPS COUNTERFEIT
ING. Mr. W. P. Reynolds has furnished
the Bulletin with a copy of tho
Stamp Nevs.for April, which contains
a forty-page report of tho trial of
Benjamin, Sarpy and Jeff ryes for
forging and uttering Hawaiian and
other postage stamps. The trial took
place before the Iiccorder, Sir Chaa.
IIn.1l , and a juiy at the Central Crim
inal Court, Loudon It was ruled by
the Court that the counts charg
ing forgery could not stand, as
according to common law thcie was
r.o foigery except of written docu
ments. Prisoners were convicted of con
spiracy to defraud the public, and
Jeffryes and Benjamin wero sen
tenced to imprisonment for six
uionlhv, and Sarpy four months, ut
A traveling man who chanced to
he in the store of K. V. Wood, at
McKees Hocks, I'a., suys while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's l'ain Balm and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it ie
the beat medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Bciisou, Smith &Co.,
There is a gentle
Dyspepsia, man at Malden-on-
tbe-Hudson, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
has written us a letter iu which it
is evident that he has made up his
miiad concerning some things, and
this is what he says:
" I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly in my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves .the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
and I think you had
better get another bottle.' 1 am also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two. and all trouble is removed." 9
Auction S'lles by Lewis J. Levey.
Regular Cash Sale !
TO-MORROW, Muy lltli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will sell at 1'ubllc Auction, at my
S.ilesiooms, for account of whom it
Light Pr.essed & Twist Tobacco
lO 3ox. S I'KAW HATS.
Also, a General Assoitment of
Dry Goods, Crockery & Furniture
LEWIS J LEVEY,
417 It Auctioneer.
By order of T. F. Lansing, Assignee of
the Bankrupt Estate of U. W. spit, I
will sell at I'ublio Auction at my isales
room, On WEDVESDAY, May 11.
A.T 13 NOON,
The following 1'ioperty belonging to
1 18k WATCH CHAIN,
1 Hunting Case Golf Watch,
By Ilowaid & Co., Boston; 18 K.uat
Cases and weighing about 10 oz.
fdr The above Watch bcus the fol
lowing hisciiptlou: "li counted toCapt
Thomas Long by the IT. S. Gowinineiit
in lecoguitlou of eciwoes tendeied the
crew of tho Saglunw.''
2 Opan Pace Nickel Watches and
1 Gold Filled Case Hunting Watch
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
IIS lit Auctioneer.
On THURSDAY, Muy 12tli,
AT 10 O'CliUUU A. II .
I will sell at Public Diction, at Hie Cot
tage, Hcictania lititLt, adjoining the
residence of Mr. II. W. Schmidt,
the whole of tho Household
Kurnltuie, coiiBlbting of
I Singlo B.W.and I Pine Bedstead
Spilng Mattiess, Mpsipilto Nett.,, ,
liugp, Willow Chalr, ItofLcrri,
Dining Table and Clialrf , Lamps,
Lounge. Pictiues, Uioekery, Cutlery
ami Tinted 'Waic, I L.ugo Japanese
Screen, Meat Safe. Ico Box and
Kitchen Stove and Utensils.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
110 3t Auctioneer.
Notice of Meeting.
TO all who aro desirous of having
ABOLISHED tho old time worn
QUAKTEMy PAYMENT SYSTEM,
which lias been in force on these Isl
ands for tho past forty years or more,
and which lias always been a groat
curco to tho biuuiOBS of tho country,
as well as tho cause of much of tho
extra vaganeo in the way of living
among all classes iu our community,
in this notico addressed; but ESPE
CIALLY to all Ihobo busiiiOHs men
wholiuo higned tho piper recently
circulated in our middt abking that a
BOARD of THADB or fconio similar
organization ho formed hero for tho
purpoto of accomplishing tho change
from the Quartet ly to tho Monthly
payment S.Vhtom. Meeting to bo held
at 10 o'clock a. m. at tho Chamber of
Commerce room WEDNESDAY, Muy
llflt. . 1EK OliDEIt.
Ex " Urn more."
The Pxcirio Haudwake Co., Ld.,
have just recoived from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Waic, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
ccib, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is ery complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avenatiui by the bar
rel, cast' or smaller quantity.
Auction Salo by Jhiihv- F. Morgan.
Assign's Hale if Lease !
1 lniu reeehed Intt n Minns fiom Mr.
K. Poilevn, Apslgnei of the Estate of
S. S. Ah Yet, to ell -it Public Auction
at my S.ilesioom. Quia n select,
On U IvDNKSI) V Y, May 11,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Hie Unexpired Lea-e
Of the Piemlson lutoly i oeupied by Ah
Yet to Co. anil others, haWng about 8
je.us to inn. The PreiuUo lommciioo
f i om the wet coiner of Niiiiauu stieet
and urn silo m: Paiiahi sticet, eompilslng
about 0 rompait incuts. Tbe lental paid
i 845 per month, and the income fiom
the ro-Kiblng pint has been 8105 per
month, iiiakins this one of the finest in
vestments to capitalists anil otlieis.
TEKMS CASH in U. S. Gold Coin.
Deeds at expense of puiehascr.
I For fmther particulars apply to
J AS. F. MO KG A IV,
409 9t Auctioneer.
NOTICE Is heieby given that the un
dersigned, having ill-trained ccitain
gootls aud chattels, the pr'penyof Ngov
Kee Chan Foo Kee, for non-payment of
rent, under the statute in such cieo made
and proidcd, aud the said rental and
costs of distr.iint and iemoal lcuiaiiiiug
still iinp.ud.uflci lltteeu d.ijs' dlstiaint;
the saiU goods and chattels will be offer
ed for sale ac I'ublio Auction at S.iles
iooms of. J F. Morgan, Auctioneer, on
SATURDAY, the 14th day of May, 1892,
at JO o'clock a. m., or so much thereof
as sh.ll be necess.uy to tho payment of
all aucais at the time of sueli sale, to
gether with the costs of such distress,
icmova., custody .mil sale. .
The following is the list of goods and
chattels above lefened to:
ltSiiu.no Tables, 5 Hound Tables. 22
Wooden Chaiis. 3 Assoited Cliahs, 11
Wood Hore, 1 .Toss Table, 1 Meat bafe,
1 Hanging Lamp. 1 Clock, 1 btauil
Lamp, Lot of Dishes, Bowls, Spoons,
Cooking Utensils ami N. W. Boards,
Etc., Etc. ,
(-Igncd) GOO YORK,
To remind yon. that it is
nearly two years wince we
cleaned your watch.
Isn't it about time to have
her oiled tip?
H. F. WICHIAN.
CI IVE.T. L. Mkvi:k tho Painter a call
T and have your Paper Hanging done
promptly aud neatly. 180 Foit street.
P. O. Box 887, Mutual Telenlioim
i PG2. 160 tf
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Vavi St root,
-jr ii ie
Ornamental! Ei onomlr.il & Dm able I
Eddy's Old Hmtmu.imiuii
Ice Chests k Miifirat,
China, Crockery & Giasswtre,
Plantat on IVIs, Imploimnis & Supp'Ies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Ydcanm Oil Co.'s Luhricatiig Oils I
Alwajs tho sumo; niulo by a special
pioeoss and always l citable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., !.,
Cummins Now Block, Fort & Mcichaut sticeta.
1 04 Fort Street,
Boys' Calico Shirt Waist for 25cts.
Children's Corset Waist for 40cts.
IN ALL SIZES. A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS.
Antique Lace . Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
Toe EquifebSe Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
JANUARY I, 1892.
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
SUliPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
New B usiness Written in 1891 $230, 000, 000. 00
Asswan ce in Force $800, 000,000.00
The 32d Annual Statement will be issued hereafter ; in
the interval the foregoing figures will show approximately
the chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. CARTWRBGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
' . - . . - . - - xxx . hi IM
This Space is Reserved
CORNER FOItT &
B. P.. EHLEKS & CO.
OJ H'OMT "'VUMIW.
Aftur taking Stock wo offei Eiijjoi lor uhus fo'lesB than foiniur jirlcos lu every
CHENILLE I'ORTIEREb, FROM $U.G0 Ul'W.UtD,
I--n.liow' Ac HililfOTi'M (-JoHHamer
AT ALL STVLES AND 1'IUUES,
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AMD CUM,
SOCK? AND SCARFS AT COST.
tS Drusbinuklng under tho inunugeiiuiut of MUSS K. CLARKE.
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