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I" BY AUTHORITY.
Honoi.uui, U. 1., Doo.2, 18111.
lloktpia of water piivileges, oi thoro
paying water rates, nic hoioby noti
fied thut the hums for using wtilei foi
iirigation puipncs nio fioni 11 to 8
o'clock a. m., anil -1 lo (1 o'clock i. ji.
until finlliet notice
JOHN (3 WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu N aiur Works.
C. N. Sl'KNCEII,
Minislei of the lnteiior.
MR. G. 11. FA1RCH11.D lm been
uppoinlcil by the Uo.ud of Educa
tion, School Agent for the district of
Kawailmu, on the Island of Kuuui, in
place of Mi. G. E. Faiichild who has
By oulor of the Uo.ud of Education.
A J AS. SMITH,
Ollico of the Board of Education, Maj
18, 1S!)2. -J21 3t
It has pleased
Her .Majesty the
Queen to appoint
A. N. KEl'OlKAl. E-q.,
to bo Giicuit Judge of I ho Second
Judicial Circuit, vice Hon. Geo. E.
loliuii Palace, May 10, 18!)2.
124. lit .
It has pleased Hei Maje-ty the
Queen to appoint
THOMAS V. KVEltElT, E-o. ,
to be Her Governm foi the Islands of
Miuii, Molokai, Lan.ii and Kahoo
lawe. Iol.mi l'alaee, May 17, 1892.
- I M.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1892.
MR. WATERHOUSE IN CHICAGO.
An alleged interview with Mr.
Henry Waterliouse of Honolulu which
appeared in the Chicago Inter-Oceau
is withdrawn after being given out to
the printers, on account of direct in
formation that Mr. Walei house has
written to his brother, Hon. J. T.
Waterliouse, Jr., saying that reporters
had called on hi ji but he had leftised
to discuss the Hawaiian situation.
He had not seen at time of writing
any results of then calls, but wished
to put his friends at home on their
guard against bogus interviews. It
is further lequested to be stated that
Mr. Waterliouse was not in Chicago
"awaiting ex Cabinet Minister Thurs
ton." He had other business of his
own there. It is with pleasure that
these explanations are given, because
Mr. Waterliouse before leaving had
not revealed himself as tiie enthus
iastic annexationist he is represented
to he in the interviews, which have
been telegraphed all over the Union
by the news agencies.
THEY WANT WATER.
One of the petitions to be pre
sented to the Legislatuie is from no
less than 81 residents ai d property
owners of Kalihi, praying that an
appiopriation be made for giving
that suburb a supply of water. The
pleasant location induced many peo
ple to secure lots when offered there
some years ago, and it is remembered
that a pionuse from the Government
of the day, that a water supply would
be furnished, was one of the incen
tives to buyers. There are many
other owners of lots at Kalihi who in
tend building whose names aie not
on the list, while theie arc others
who will not build until assured of a
water supply. The oidinary liouso
water rates of the petitioners alone
would pay 10 pei cent interest on an
outlay of 812 000. Minister of the
Interior Spencer assured the can
vasser for the petition that it is con
templated to lay pipes from Liliha
stieet lo Kalihi, to give a supply
from the upper , Nuiiniiii reservoir.
The idea of some of the petitioners
is, however, to have a special source
of supply, in the shape of a reser
uir in the Kalihi mountains. Be
tween the two schemes doubtless a
wise decision can he arrived at
by the Government's special taont.
But in any case so populous and pro
mising a suhiub should not be left
dry for another biennial period.
Whether a special appropiialiou be
granted, or the Honolulu Water
Works' estimate bo expanded lo pro
vide for the service, is a matter tlio
Legislatuie will have to decide upon
whatever information may be submitted,
A Meeting nt Which Not Much ni
Another meeting of merchants win
hold this morning in connection with
the movement to curUil credit and
provide mutual protection against
bad debts. It was not so laruoly at
tended as the meeting last wiek. Mr.
T. Haiti Walker was again invited to
the chair, and Mr. Henry Davis re
quested to act as secretary. The
other gentlemen present were Mcssis.
D. H. Smith. W. W. Hall, II. F.
Glade, E. C. Maefarlane, .1. A. Mar
tin, E. 11. Hendry, Y, W. MeChes
ncy, 1'. Opfergelt, V. Kchlc-iiiger, T.
J. King, M. A. Gonsalves, U. I. Lil
lie, M. Goldberg, L. C. Abies, and
representatives of the Bui.i.ktin and
A report was received from the
committee on organization who called
the meeting. It lecotnmeuded that
an organization be maile unucr the
name of the Merchants' Protective
Association, and submitted certain
main objects to be adopted such as
mutual nriaiigements in the winding
up of bankiupt estates, the listing or
bad-paying debtors, the appointment
of a collector of bad debts, etc. The
committee preferred not to formulate
rules for governing the wholesale
trade, until a conference could be
had with the wholesale merchants. '
At the suggestion of the chaitmau
the consideration of the report was
proceeded with in detail.
Mr. Hendry asked if it had not
Ijeen intended oiiginally to call the
organization the Board of Tiade.
Mr. Hall said the committee had
discussed that matter, and concluded
that Board of Trade meant some
thing broader in scope than the asso
ciation they desired to organize.
Mr. Hendry thought it was useless
to proceed without organizing on
some settled basis and electing olli
cers. The point raised was discussed by
Mcssis. Smith, Logan, Schlesinger,
Glade, King and Macfailane, the ma
jority being of opinion that the.com
mittee had not furnished an adequate
basis for organization.
Mr Maefarlane mjvi d in sub
stance that the committee have more
time", and see the wholesale dealers
as to rules under which they would
be willing to join the Association.
He remarked that the movement
would certainly fall through unless it
had the co-operation of the whole
sale houses, a laige part of whose
business was of a virtually letail na
tuie.. Mr. Schlesinger seconded the mo
tion and gac the meeting some sug
gestions as to what was necessary to
secure the acceptance of wholesalers.
Mr. Glade supported the motion
and a discussion ensued, which the
chairman reminded the meeting was
beside the question then pending
the adoption of a clause of the com
mittee's report. The chairman
thought they might with advantage
consider the report, whose recom
mendations he regarded as sound.
Mr. Maefarlane said lie was willing
to withdraw that part of the motion
which leferred the report back to
committee, if it was the sense of the
meeting that the consideration of the
icport should pioceed.
Mr. Davis gave considerable light
on the action of the committee.
The motion was put so far as it
related to the wholesale houses and
"Merchants' Piotcctive Associa
tion" was adopted for a name as re
commended. Mr. Glade still saw difllculties in
proceeding and suggested adjourn
ment to give the committee fuilher
On motion of Mr. Hendry, accord
ingly, the in eting adjourned subject
to call by the committee.
The absence of Messrs. Swanzy
and Hackfeld, members of the com
mittee, was openly reuretted by dif
rerent speakers at the meeting.
Mr. Thomas W. Everett has been
appointed by the Queen lo be her
Governor for the Islands of Maui,
Molokai, Lanai aud Kahoolawe. He
has been Sheriff of Maui for many
Mr. A. N. Kepoikai lias been ap
pointed by Her Majesty to bo Circuit
Judge of the Second Judicial Circuit,
in place of the late Hon. G. E. Rich
ardson. The appointee has been Po
lice Justice of Wailuku, in that ca
pacity having given the recent deci
sion that broke down the prosecution
of tin uc men for opium smuggling,
for which he has been censured by
the press and a lart; public opiniou.
Mr. G. II. Faiichild has been ap
pointed School Agent for Knwaihau,
Kauai, in place of Mr. (5. K. Fair
Mr. J. P. Blaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one ot the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says tho Suturduy
Jleview. Mr. liluize had occasion to
drive several miles dining the storm
aud was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour after his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaize
sent to the nearest drug store and
got a buttle of Chambei Iain's Cough
Remedy, of which he had often
heard, aud took a number of laige
doses, He says the effect was won
derful and that in a short time he
was breathing quite easily. Ho kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able lo come to Des Moines.
Mr. Bluizc regards his cine as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co,, Agents,
"Wiiimu hlmll J ceo y.ou
ingr" "Oh, tame
The Flirt of the t'n In lliii Davin
Louis McGrew will appear in the
Police Court to morrow morning to
answer to the charge of assault with
a deadly weapon ou Philip Davis on
Monday night. The facts of Ihc case
are as follows:
Paddy Uyan and others had been
drinking in the Commercial Parlors
on Nuilanu and Bcrctania streets.
Louis McGrew appeared on the scene
and was knocked down. J. W. Brown,
ol opium trial fame, came in for a
knock-down also, from the same
source, Paddy's dukes. Louis Mc
Grew picked up a billiard cue and
went for Ryan, when the latter scoot
ed downstairs and out the Bcrctania
street gate with McGrew after him.
McGicw being an elderly man failed
to keep up and Ryan disappeared.
P. Davis, on his way home, was just
passing the gate, when McGrew, in
his excitement thinking it was Ryan,
struck Davis ou the head, felling him
to the ground. He found out. his
mistake but it was too late.
ANOTHER BICYCLE TRIP.
Around th World on n "Victor"
Ciieuiniitlf I'yro IUijpIc,
"Outing," an interesting maga
zine of amateur sport and recreation,
has decided to lest the durability of
the latest novelty in bicycle circles,
viz., "pneumatic tyres." It proposes
to send a young niau, Frank G. Lcnz
by name, around the world on a
machine fitted with this style of tyre,
lie has been given his choice of
wheel and lias selected the "Victor,"
made by the "Overman Wheel Co.."
of Boston, Mass., on account of its
duiability and the facility with which
it can be repaired.
His trip begins on May 15th,
1892, from New York across the
States, Japan, China, India, Afghan
istan, Asiatic Russia, Persia, Turkey,
Palestine, Turkey in Europe, Servia,
Bulgaria, Hungary, Austria, Ger
many, Switzerland, Holland, Bel
gium, France, England, Scotland and
Ireland; and will occupy at least two
THE PISTOLING PR'NTER.
Gus Aea was tried in the Police
Court this morning on a charge of
assault with a deadly weapon, viz , a
pistol, on David Kekulu on Monday
night. Aea was found guilty of the
charge and seutenced to pay a fine of
S100 and costs and be imprisoned for
one hour. The judge in pronouncing
sentence said that he had known Aea
to be an upright and very quiet young
man, which disposed him to give him
a lenient sentence. Should he have
been otherwise in character His
Honor would have given him two
years and a 4200 line. J. L. Kaulu
kou appeared for defense and made
the usual appeal to a jury.
LARGEST CHECK TVER DRAWN.
This interesting document is a
check drawn by two directors of the
DeBeers Consolidated Mines (Limit
ed). It bears date of Kimberly, 18th
Jul', 1889, and was drawn on the
Cape of Good Hope Bank (Limited),
Kimberly Branch, by two directors
and the secretary of the DeBeers
mines in the process of the amalga
mation of the diamond mines at Kim
berly, South Af i ica. The sum named
is 5,aa3,C50, or $2C, 693,250.
Rhodes' Journal of Banking, Novem
ber 1, 1HUJ.
The program of the fall meeting of
the Olympic Athletic Club at New
Oi leans is: Jack McAuliffeand Billy
Meyer, lightweights, September 3d,
for $10,000; Ted Prilchard and
Bob' Fitzsimmons, middle-weights,
September 5th, for 8 12,000; Sullivan
and Jim Coibett, September 7lh, for
S25.000, making the total of the
purses hung up S17,000.
Poor persons are supplied with
spectacles free of charge by a Boston
Kx " Ilcninorr."
The Pacific Hakdwaue Co., Ld.,
have just received fioro England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
eeis, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is vory complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
(.'arbolineum Avenarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
COTTAGE TO L.ET!
CO'iTAGK, 10 minutes' walk
item Post OUlee; nice
A SPECIAL meetliiK of tho.UulholIe
lii'iievolent Koelety ou F1UDAY
AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, at the Con
vent. All members uio leiiui'Btcil to be
picsunt, 421 2 1
KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS.
AlAt Kuiglits mu)illed are cordially
invited to he priseut ut the Oustlu
Hall of Mjstlo Lodge No. 2, K. of P.,
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING. The
Amplified 'I'll I id Itunk will be conferred.
1'er older of the U. t.
A. V. GEAR,
424 1( K. vf K. ft ,
Auction &ies by Lawis J, Levey.
TO-MOllROW, May 19Ui,
A.T 12 0)N,
1 will sell at Public Auction at my Sales
rooms, 100 Sacks California Potatoes !
LEWIS J. LISVI3Y,
On FRIDAY. AIuj 20th.
VT 10 (I'OMICK A H..
1 will sell at Public Auction at my Sales
rooms, a quantity of
Kemoved to my Salesrooms for conveni
ence of sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Late A.Ij Smith' Mtore-
BE SURE AND SEE THE
Latest and Greatest Inducement
IN THIS WELL-KNOWN
MAC1II N E!
t6T It is a Lockstitch which with
simple airangenient can he turned Into
a Chaiustiteu, thus making two ma
chines in one.
SST Special inducement for Sat
urday (Might only !
Cloth Gilt Popular Books !
AT 25 CENTS ONLY !
W. F. REYNOLDS.
424J Piioi'iiiEroii. 4t
L. J. Levey Lessee & Manager.
Grand OoikjcvL l.y
The Famous Violin Virtuoso, sup
Mdme ANNIE LOU'SE TANNER,
The Ameiieau Nightingale, and
MONS. EDUARD SCHARF,
Superior Solo Pianist,
Will give Two Grand Coneerts on
Thursday & Saturday Evenings,
May 10th and 21st
t&r Box Plan open on Mondiy, May
lCth, at the Ollice of L. J. Levey.
Per S. S. "Australia."
Af The Beaver Saloon,
II. .1. NOIriO, Proprietor.
Tamashiro Maru "
Is due at this poit mi Juuu l'Jtli and will
leave for the above ports on or
86y For Ku'ljrlit or Piibsago, having
pujiei lor Cabin ami btceinge accommo
dations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
423 1m Agents.
C. A., i-t.
GEO. W. DELONG POST No.
4fi. Dep't Cul U. A. It.,
will hold a special meeting at
the Post Hoom, ut 7:S0 i m.,
on T UliSOW, .Muv lilth. to
coinpicio iirruiigeiiienw lor tlio
. ' " - .
ohseivailou of Memorial Exe.
cuet, ou iMay IIUIli,
J. Y. S1MONSON,
obi nil 4$r P
fK Mlm sm Ed
For Yokonama& HoiiEkoiiE.
The Al KtcnuiHlilii
V. V. AfluyojHJ)(I.0. 42iSt
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00.
IClOliAlCO A. .llcCBJJCOY.
issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid Its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LI ARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
- S& For full particulars apply to
r. EJS. B?3-
191 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
This is the auerv ner-
What Is petually on your little
boy's lips. And. he is
It For? no worse than the big
ger, older, balder-headed
boys. Life is an interrogation j
point. " What is it for?" we con
tinually cry fiom the cradle to the
grave. So with this little introduc
tory sermon we turn and abk: "What
UiluuuV W11 t. r t?
ancwprnil nc ntiLFTi It it: fnr live. '
I 1 TIl-lTTf T lTniTT.'"TlT-lllX'-iirinP,ll
"-".- r ".-- -' -J.
the Stomach and Liver. Nothinc
more than this; but this brimful.
We believe August llover cures
Dyspepsia. We know it will. We '
have reasons for knowing it. Twenty
years ago it started in a small country
town. To-day it has an honored
place in every city and country store,
possesses one of the largest manu
facturing plants in 'he country and
sells everywhere. V liyisthis? The
reason is as simple as a child's
thought. It is h"iiest, does one
thing, and does it right along it
G. G. GKEBX.Solc Man'fr.Wooubury.NJ.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
On THURSDAY, May lDLli,
AT lO O'CLOCK X. .11 .
I will sell at the Residence of Mus. .T. D.
TUCICEIt, Xuu.inu stieet (ou account o!
The Entire Household Furniture
2. W. Upholstered Parlor Suite,
B. AV. Jlaihletop Beihoom Huite,
Oat it sh Hi dst ciuls,
Spifug ifc Whe Al.ittrasses,
B. W, GMbniers & Wardrobes,
B. W. Marbletop (minor back) Sidc-
Large Extension Dluing-i oom Table,
B. W. chairs, Vei.uida Chairs,
Chandeliers, Hanging Lamps,
Pietuies, llosiputo Nets, Hugs,
Charter Oak btuve & Utensils,
Crockeiy & Glaswaie,
1 Fme Top Brke,
Horse & Harness Pots Feins,
Ete., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
On FRIDAY, May SOLli.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M...
I will sell al PuIjIIo Auction at the Ite-,1-denee
of UK. ItOUGEItS, Hotel stieet,
opposite Y. JI. t). A., (on account of
dep.iituie), hh Entire
Household Furniture. & bffscts,
IPDRriS CURTAINS, RUGS,
Piano Cover, l'iiiuo Stool,
Wicker Chillis, Wioker Hoekein,
1 Oheiry Centio Table,
A Kino lot of
Standard and Medical Works,
1'iescilptlon So lies, GlacsShow Cabes,
Folding Hook Cau,
AbIi Ucdroom Sets,
Coloied Heilrooin .Sets,
Spring & Hair Mattrasses
Lounges, Mosquito Nets,
Killing-loom Talile ix ('hairs,
rietoiCft, OU Stove,
CROCKLRY and GLASSWARE,
Etc., Etc., Ete., Etc.
J Ari. P. fllOKGW,
OTOOKIIOLDKHS of WalUeo Sugar
Cj CoHipaiiy will t.iho notice that a
Special Meeting of the Company wilt ho
held at the olllee of Hi ewer &z Co., on
the 20th day of May, 1!12, at 10 o'eloek
A. ji. J. O, OAJtTEK.
heo'y Wnllieo Hugai i o.
Honolulu, JIayK, 18112. 41(1 lOt
SPECIAL Mr ETING.
Q'rOPICnObDEKS of Hawaiian Agil-
m.lllltill l!nnili.iiiv will tuLi. mitti...
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( t,ut a Special Meeting of tho Company
will be h ld at tho otllee of C. Ihewer it
Co., on the 21st d.iy of Muv, 1811', at 10
oMoek A. ji, .7. (. OAUrEK,
See'y Haw. Agil. Go.
Honolulu, Jluy 8, inn. 41C Ut
OWCBBIi 1 111111 1 LI TJWKIVWfSrCT
INS UK K.
FflH!t3h0 B 8'
bUiyiRlUtMfHU s e it
Society of the United States.
An Eminently ConservitiYe and Safe Gompaoy.
The consideration of first importance in juriniiiii of tho condition of
any llnancial institution (and notably
. m - -
iuly ot wuose contracts extend over
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jority oi wuose contracts oxienu over lo
tttrennth. The Enuitahlu has. over and
Hremjm. ine ntiuna-me nas, over
plus than any other assurance company.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891, -
liabilities, Including tho Rcsera on all
por cent. Standard) and Special Hoscrvo ( wtid the es
tablishment ol a 3rf por cant, valuati.n) $1,500,000 109 905.537.82
This .Surplus remains after making provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation of Liabilities based on the standard preseiibed by the In
suiance Law of the State of New Yoik, which assumes that Asseis will be
invested so at to icalize interest at the rale of 4 oer cent, ner annum. In
addition to this., in a spirit of conservatism, the Directors of the Society,.
on the lecommendation of its Finance Committee, have set aside a Special
-iwuimonai ueservc, loosing towards even a more stringent and conservative;
future standard of valuation than the law now prescribes.
ALEX. J. CARTWFtSCiHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
rr ii io
Ornamental I Economical & Dm able!
Eddy's Old EsTAiiMsunn
Ice Chests k BoMpntoB,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat'on T-i lb, Inipl8mtMs & Supplies
Taints, Oils & Varnishes.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils I
Alwajs the snnie; made by a special
process aud always lehable.
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HAKDWAUE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block; Foit& Merchant sticets.
! 04 Fort Street,
Soys' Calico Shirt
IN ALL SIZES. A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADES AND COLOKS.
Antique Lace Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
OOItNKH FCltT & HOTEL STltfSETN,
We Offer for TWO WEEKS Our Entire Stock at Reduced Prices 1
KwiRses, Scotch QinghnniH, Ercncb Sateens, White Dioss Goods, clieckod
and striped; BEDFORD CORD, latent stylo; Kigiued Lawnb, Etc.
Ladies' Underwear, Ooisot Waist for Ladies it Obildioii; Corset (Cooler) very
nice for this climate; Enibioideiy and Laces,
Boy'a Clothing, Trunks & Valisos, Hats, ParnBola, Hosiery, Etc.
S. EI1RLICII & CO.,
Corner Fort & Hotel stieets.
B. F. BALERS & CO.
il FOH'l' -TKlflFr.
After taking Stock wo offei supeilrtr values for less tbiin former pilces in every
CHENILLE rORTI EKES, FROM fO.50 UI'WaRD,
AT ALL STYLUS AND PRICES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
SOCICi AND SCARFS AT COST.
139 Dress muklng under the uiuuugemtut o MISS K. CLARKE,
OF NEW Ml
Btawvnat ft trt--irp:-n
IN III K
Q fa & ?
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of a life assurance company, the ma
long peiiods of years) is Us Mirlus
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and auove all amities, u larger sur-
existing .Polichs. (4
Waist for 25cts.
Waist for 4 Gets.
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