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NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Dining the piocessof deepening Iho
channel ut the entrance tu Honolulu
harbor the Dtedgor will bo in operu
tiuii night nml ilny. At night there
will be a dangut tignul placed on the
fonvatd doriiek of Dredger about HO
fool aboso ton lovol, which can bu soon
by all vtBtols approaching the harbor.
The signal consists Hod Rod
of thiee red lights
and a white light
as in tlio diagram,
the red lights being
about !t feet apart
with the. vto light
Sn the center.
All steamers crossing the b.ir will
stop at a safe distance from the Dred
ger and give one blast of their whistle
which will be answered by a single
blast from the Dredger, to bo fol
lowed by three blasts from the Dredg
er when the passage is clear and they
The Tug will be on hand when not
otherwise ougaued to assist jailing craft
in passing the Dredger when neces-
C. N. SPENCKR,
Minister of the Jnteiior.
Interior Otlice, March U, 1892.
Honolulu, 11. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
lied that the hours for using water fpi
irrigation purposes are from 6 to 8
o'clock a. M., and -1 to G o'clock r. si.
until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu ater Works.
C. N. Spencer,
Minister of the Iutoiior.
MR. G. H. 1'AIRCHILD has been
appointed by the Board of Educa
tion, School Agent for the district of
Kawaihau, on the Island of Kauai, in
place of Mr. G. E. Fairchikl who has
By oulor of the Hoard of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Ollice of the Board of Education, May
18, 1892. -I24 :it
It has pleased Ucr Majesty the
Queen to appoint
A. N. KEPOIKAI, Eho..,
to be Oiicuit Judge of the Second
Judicial Ciicuit. vice Hon. Geo. E.
loluni Palace, May 10, 1892.
It h.ia pleased Her Majesty the
Queen to appoint
THOMAS W. EVERETT, Esq ,
to be Her Governor for the Islands of
Maui, Molokai, Lanui and Kahoo
lawe. Iolani Palace, May 17, 1892.
a 3 1 si
P!rttt?rd to nnthir A'tt nor 1'arty,
But established for the irnrftl of all.
THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1892.
There would seem to bo no rest for
the Sugar Trust, no matter how ef
fectually it may don legal guise. A
bill in equity has been filed by the
United States Government agaiiwt
the Trust, to prevent the consumma
tion of the recent deal by which it
obtained control of individual reftn
It might be a good speculation now
to send a. cargo of hats of particu
larly large caliber to Ililo, Should
llilo prove, with all elements con
sidered, the most advantageous Ha
waiian lauding place for the Pacific
cable, it will be foolish for Honolulu
to buck against nature or make any
lidiciilotis manifestation of jealousy.
The group ib too faiuall to' contain
sectional envy. Honolulu will have
to be connected with the cable one
way or another, as it can never have
a rival as a safe rendezvous for ship
ping. SIR ORACLE SPEAKS.
Hon. C. W, Ashford displays iu
the Advertiser a remarkable chugnii
at the precautions being taken by
the authorities against surprise by a
group of filibusters with which he is
politically connected. Although at
public meetings held iu the name of
the party on whose platform ho was
elected Incendiary and warlike
pouches havu been dellversd, Air.
Ashford in childlike and bland inno
cence beautifully affected talks of
disturbance being only held in view
after constitutional means arc ex
hausted. One is compelled to think
of this great statesman as having his
finger on the button, awaiting the
moment when he and his friends
reach the point of despair at getting
control of affairs, which would mean
the exhaustion of "constitutional
means" to them and signify the time
when he was to "press the button,"
leaving the organized filibusters to
"do the lest." Mr. Ashford, in an
affected tone of taking the public
into his conlldenoe, says, "It is
quite true 1 have not scrupled to
hold up to the Ilawaiians a view of
the inherent right of revolution, but
only as a last resort, and when other
means have failed or do not exist."
The public know all about that, also
that, in the matters wherein the
cnuse of alleged rightful revolution
has been urged upon the Ilawaiians
by Mr. Ashford, the especial griev
ances own Mr. Ashford us one of
their principal authors. And the
oracle never acknowledged or recog
nized such grievances so long as he
had ollice and a good salary
alongside of them. Moreover, one
of the most bitterly felt of those
grievances is that aliens should
have the franchise, and Mr. Ash
ford in the election campaign
fiercely denounced a measure for the
redress of that grievance. Again
Mr. Ashford appears as the champion
of Hawaiian rights in the following
lofty phrasing, "The Hawaiian, as
represented by the Liberal party, de
mands only justice and equality with
the foreigner, and will be content
with nothing less, hut our party has
faith in obtaining it by peaceful
means." This means nothing else
than that Mr. Ashford poses as the
champion of the well-known native
sentiment that Ilawaiians should be
restored to their oldtimc control of
affairs. Mr. Ashford is an unhappy
representative of that sentiment.
Who that was present at the mass
meeting of June 30, 1887, does not
remember that the only bitterness
manifested toward the Ilawaiians as
a race that day was in Mr. Ashford's
speech, when he said iu effect and
almost exactly in words that it
was intolerable for Anglo-Saxons
to be under any domination of
colored races. Mr. Ashford would
probably prefer to let the filibusters
have full swing just now, while be
lies low to grasp whatever prize may
come to the surfaci of disturbance.
The public will, however, commend
the authorities for taking steps to
prevent a repetition of the disgrace
ful surprise of 1889, when the Gov
ernment of which Mr. Ashford was a
member had full knowledge of the
conspiracy long in advance of the
outbreak, yet allowed "the house to
bo broken up" as Mr. Ashford seems
to yearn for being done on the pre
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Awomauin Alexandria, Va., on
her way to a fashionable party, attired
in decollete costume, was arrested
for being out before dark.
The monument to the Confederate
General Cleburne and the Army of
the Tennessee will be unveiled in
Helena, Ark., on May 25th.
An Esquimau village, inhabited by
from fifty to seventy-five natives of
the frozen regions, will be one of
the sights at the World's Exposition.
Dulullt elevators have in store 15,
205,000 bushels of wheat enough,
with the 200,000 barrels of flour also
stored there, to feed 1,000,000 peo
ple three years.
The present year has been unusual
ly fatal to the "last survivor of the
battle of Waterloo." His death is
again reported for the fifth lime in
Nanncth McDowell, great grand
daughter of Henry Clay, was mar
lied recently iu the old homo of the
Kentucky statesman (Ashland), to
Dr. Thomas Bullock of Louisville.
R. G. I loir has been preparing for
the New York Tribune a list of the
millionaires of the country. He re
ports the work so far advanced that
he can give the number as a little less
The largest grain fleet ever con
signed to Huffulo was lately on the
way from Chicago. It carries 0,000,
000 bushels of grain, and another
fleet with 8,000,000 bushels was ex
pected from Duluth.
A single immigrant ship landed at
Ilaltimoie 2493 iiumigiauts from the
port of Bremen. Europe still sceins
to have an idea that this "tariff-ridden
country" is a good place for poor
people to settle.
Honorable Cassius M, Clay became
hoarsu while addressing the Kentuc
ky Legislature a short lime since, so,
(hawing a pint flask of bourbon from
his pocket, he look a few swallows
and then proceeded with his argu
ment. A hill has been introduced in the '
Legislature of Ontario creating the
Canadian Niagara Water Power Co.,
capital 6,000,000, and giving it the
exclusive privilege to develop the
power of the cataract ou the Canadi
NEW CABLE SURYEY.
SATISFACTORY LINE RUN
FROM POINT CONCEP
CION TO HILO.
Hllo in High Plume ovor Prospects ol Bo
Ing the Torminut.
The United States survey steamer
Thetis, Capt. Reiter, arrived at Hllo
from Point Coucepcion last Friday
evening. She reported having found
a satisfactory route for the Pacific
cable. On Saturday the Thetis com
pleted her line of soundings at Ililo,
and it is said found favorable condi
tions for a landing place there. The
Thetis sailed for Honolulu on Mon
day evening and may be expected
here any time. Possibly, however,
she may be making a Burvey of a
brunch line from Hilo to Honolulu,
by way of Maui.
The Ililo people arc in high feather
over the prospects of having the chief
cable station in the islands at their
port. What advantages the route to
Hilo may have over that to Honolulu
cannot be stated until a report of the
survey by the Thetis is compaied
with the report of the survey lately
made by the Albatross.
Point Concepcion is about 25 miles
north of the 34th parallel of latitude,
and commands the entrance to the
Santa Barbara channel. It is about 240
miles in a direst line from San Fran
cisco, and 230 miles northwest from
han Diego, being thus nearly midway
between those two points. Captain
Tanner of the Albatross expressed
the opinion here that Monterey Bay
was the most favorable place for a
landing on the Pacific Coast accord
ing to the preliminary surveys made
before starting thence for Honolulu.
A Monterey is 170 miles north of
Point Concepcion, there would be
some distance saved in the route
from Point Concepcion. Hilo com
pared with Honolulu has an advan
tage in being farther east which she
loses by being farther south. This
loss would not count, however, in a
through cable to Australasia.
Two sales of leases of Government
laud took place yesterday at noon,
at the front entrance of Aliiolani
Hale. The first sale was the Gov
ernment lokos of Lelcpaua and Iva
ihikapu, at Moanalua, Oahu. These
were bought in by Akau for Hook
Lee & Co. for 81500. The terra
is twenty years and the upset price
8500, payable semi-annually in ad
vance. The second was Government
land of Kaauwaeloa, Palolo, Oahu,
purchased by J. II. Boyd for 200.
The lease is for 15 years aud the up
set price S 100. The land is 18 84-100
acres, of which 7 21-100 acres is rice
In the case of the guardianship of
Priuccss Kaiulani, the accounts of
the master regarding the annual al
lowance were approved by Chief
Justice Judd yesterday.
His Honor also approved the an
nual accounts of the Trustees of the
estate of Bernice P. Bishop.
A Brooklyn inventor proposes to
tap the earth's interior for heal and
thus save fuel.
A contractor in Chicago had to
pay double wages to induce men to
dig out the ruins of a burned cheese
A bill has passed the Lower House
of Congress permitting the Metro
politan Railway Company of the
District of Columbia to equip its Hue
with overhead wires.
Harry Rogers Hogged Father O'
Kane ou the public street at Eureka,
Cal., with a horsewhip. The trouble
giewoulof alleged assertions made
it'flecting on the honesty of Rogers'
wife from the altar of the church
some time ago.
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of IS. V. Wood, at
McKoes Rocks, Pa., says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says Hie
the best medicine for rheumatism she
over used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
ONE Second-hand Piano, has to bo
hi good order: state price, itiuker
and bow long beeu used
DEUTSCHER 60TTESDIENST !
AM SONNTAG, den 22 May, 11 ubr
Vonnittagp, wild llerr Pastor
Iseubcig hi dor Y. M. O. A. Hall pro
dlgeu DAS KAISEKLIOHE KONSULAT
s!. .A.. IT.
G1 EO. W. DKT.OXG POST No.
r 45. Dep't Oah, G. A. R.,
will hold a special meeting at
the Post Room, at 7:3u r. u
ou T lURSIMY, May lOtli, to
complete arrangements for the
obMMVatiun of Memorial Kxur
, clbc& ou May ISUIh.
J, V. rJ13IU.I hUM,
V V. AsuroUu, P. O, mi at
Auction s'riks by James F, Morgan.
Morlpiee'sMice of Sale.
In accordance with the provisions of a
certain mortgage mado by Manuel Knns
of Honolulu. Oahu. to William O. Smith,
Mary S. Parker and Henry AN nterhouse.
trustees, under the Will of W. O Ltma
Hlo, deceased, ilutul February ?8, 18!)0,
and recorded In tlic Jlcglstry of con
veyances, In said Honolulu, In Liber 123.
pages 1B1, 1"2 and Hill. Notice Is hereby
aiveu that the said mortgagees Intend to .
foreclose the Paid mortgimo for condi
tion broken, to wit: non-payment of
principal and Intercut. Alo the Pro
perty conveyed by said mortgage will be
sold at Public Auction, at iho auction
rooms of Jas. F. Muigau, In Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, May 21st,
AT la O'CLOCK NOON,
Further particulars can bo obtained
of W. O. Smith, 6G Fort St., Honolulu.
MARY S. PARKER,
Trustees Lunalllo Estate.
The Promises conveyed by said mort
gage, and to be sold, aie those Desir
able Premises at Mnklki, tu said Hono
lulu, described as follows: All of that
House Lot with the Buildings !
Aud Appurtetiancus, on the easterly
side of MaMki, in Honolulu, being a
part of the premises described In Royal
Patent GIIOS, and liavnu: a frontage of
120 feet and a depth of t)70 feet, aud
being a portion of the pieinlses con
veyed to said .Manuel Etios bv Walter
R. Heat by deed dated .Tune 27, 181. anil
recorded' in said Registry In Liber 71,
page 5U, et seq.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
AUCTION SALE OF
On FRIDAY, May 20lh,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will sell at Public Auction at the Resi
dence of DR. RODQKRS, Hotel street,
opnoslte Y. M. O. A., (on account of
departure), his Entire
Household Furniture & Effects,
1SQXJ&&E PI AMO,
MADRAS CURTAINS, RUGS,
Piano Cover, Piano Stool,
Wicker Chairs, Wicker Rockers.
1 Cherry Centre Table,
A Fine lot of
Standard and Medical Works,
Preset iptlon Scales, Glass Show Cases,
Folding Book Case,
Ash Bedroom .Sets,
Colored Bedroom Sets,
Spring 4 Hair Mattrasses,
Lounges, Mosquito Nets,
Dining-room Table & Chairs,
Pletutes, Oil Stove,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Etc, Etc, Etc., Etc.
JAS. P. MOKGV1V,
Auction Silos by Lewis J. Leyey.
On FRIDAY, Mny 20Ui.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .H..
I will sell at Public Auction at my Sales
rooms, a quantity of
Removed to my Salesrooms for conveni
ence of sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
L. J, Levey.
.Lessee & Manager.
Or-jnul Coucei'L ly
The Famous Violin Virtuoso, sui
Mdmo. ANNIE LOU'SE TANNER,
The American Nifjhtlng.de, and
MONS. EDUARD SCHARF,
Superior Solo Pianist,
Will give Two Grand Concerts on
Thursday & Saturday Evenings,
May 10th aud 21st.
H$T Box Plan open on Monday, May
10th, at the Ollice of L. J. Levey.
Is due at this port on .Itinu I'Jtlt and will
leave for the above ports on or
. about the
flr For Freight or Ptusuj-e, having
supei lor Cabin and Hteetage itccoiiiiuo
datlolte, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., Ld,
'-': Ini Agents.
When you wain, a Portrait
Enlarged c.iJI 011 Kiou Bros.,
get their mice lit and se
HUiiiplea, 'Ahoy cun't be beat.
The Al Kti-uuiNlilp
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KBOI8AKE A. HcCUKUY. 1'iuHJUtciti.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid Its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
Us New Distribution Policy is tlio most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company,
lay For full particulars apply to
11 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
" I have been a great
sufferer from Asth
ma and severe Colds
every Winter, and last Fall rny
friends as well as myself thought
because of my feeble condition, and
great distress from constant cough
ing, and inability tointsc any of the
accumulated matter ft run my lungs,
that my lime was clce at hand.
When nearly worn out for want of
sleep aud rest, a friend recommend
ed me to try thy valuable medicine,
Gontle. Syrup. I am con-
DofVoU, fident it saved my
Refreshing nfe Aimo9tlhefirt
Sleep. dose gave me great
. re 1 i e f and a gen tie re
freshing sleep, such as I had not had
for weeks My cough began immedi
ately to loosen and pass away, and
I found myself rap'dly gaining in
health aud weight I am
to inform thee ui.- licited
mil niifMiiiniir it. Hill iiiki rir j-r
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German Sytup C B. Stickney,
I.ntu.V.fi Smith's Store.
BE HUltE AND SEE THE
Latest and Greatest Indncement
IN THIS WELL-KNOWN
t It is a Lockstitch which with
simple arrangement can he turned into
a Ohainstiteh, tints makiug two ma
chines iu one.
BQy Special inducement for Sal
urday Night only !
AT 25 CENTS ONLY !
42 J j
I'uoi'iii i:ron. -lt
J. T. Waterhou.se
Just Received per "Au4rlia"
A FULI, LINE OK
Ladies' Hats !
t ntoHt Sy!tH.
(ON I OK)
Per S. S. "Australia."
At The Beaver Saloon,
II.. I. NOIni, l'iiiictor.
S P E C I A L M EETI N G
A.SI'EOlAL-mi'etlnu' of the Oatliolio
Iti'iievolent .Society on FJllDAY
AI'TKKNOO V, at y o'clock, at the Con
vent. All members are rcqm-eteil to be
present. 424 ii
Picture Frames mado 10
order from latent styles of
. moulding;, innovation of
old uioliiroM ii fneeialtv at
Kints livoti., Hotel street.
MMi-aWlimU'PH,MPNBUJtf 'Jgi'gJUJfjiumjLMnimiln ill
-n" Equitable Lite Assurance
Society of the United States.
An Eminently Conservative and Safe Company.
FIN AN OIAL ST UENGTII.
The consideration of first importance in judging of the condition of
any financial institution (and notably of a life assurance company, the ma
jority of whose contracts extend over long periods of years) is its surjflus
strenylh. The Equitable hits, over and above all liabilities, a larger sur
plus thau any other assurance company.
Assets, D..c. 31, 1891, - - $136,198,518.38
LIABILITIES, Including the Roscro on all existing Policies, (4
. por cont. Standard) and Special Roscrvo ( wud tlio es
tablishment ol a 3;.; per cont. valuali.n) U $1,500,000 109 995,537.82
lining in 'i'liis Surplus remains after making provision for every obligation, on a
liWT rigitl calc,,lat'" of Liabilities based on the standard prescribed by the In
1 mat 1 1 suranue liiw 0f ti,0 .state of New York, which assumes that Asset's will be
' '"vested so as to realize interest at the
1 T . j . 1 f
audition to this, in a spirit of conservatism, the Directors of the Society.
on the recommendation-of Us Finance Committee, have set aside a Special
Additional Reserve, looking towards even a more stringeut and conservative
future standard of valuation than the law now prescribes.
ALEX. J. QARTWR8GHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
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Eddy's Old Estai!I.ishi:d
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China, Crockery & Giasswdre,
Plantat'on T i Is, Implemims & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Yacunm OH Co.'s Lubricating Oils!
Always the same; made by a special
process aud always reliable.
Carboiineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins Now Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
104 Fort Street,
Boys' Calico Shirt
IN ALL SIZES. A
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADES
UOltNMW FOIfcT & HOTEL NTKKKTS.
We Offer for TWO WEEKS Our Entire Stock at Reduced Prices !
Swires, Scotch G-iiighauiti, French Sateens, White Dress Goods, cheeked
and striped; BEDFORD CORD, latest stylo; Filmed Lmwiih, Etc.
TUTndB'siw ! FVf it,i-3i. ! TVffjidrsftM !
Ladies' Underwear, Corset Waist for Ladies it Ch'ildieit ; Comet (Cooler) very
nice for this climate; Embroidery and Ibices,
Boy'u Clothing, Trunks & Valises, Hats. Parasols, Hosiery, Etc.
S. EI1RLIC1I & CO.,
Corner Fort & Hotel streets.
After taking Stock we offer superior values for lees than former juIcpb In every
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GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND GUFFS,
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