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i - BY AUTHORITY.
NOTICE TO MARINERS,
During the process of deepening the
uhanuel wt tliu entrance to Honolulu
haihor the lJicdger will bo in opera
lion night unil ilny. At night thoro
will bo a diiiigci bignnl placed on the
forwaid deriiek of Dredger nboul MO
tout ubovo soa lovol, which ciui bo toon
by nil vetiols appioaching tho lmrbor.
Thu signal consists Red Red
of throe led lightb
and a white light
us in the diiigram,
the red lights being
about 3 feet apart
with the white light
mi the center.
All steamers crushing the bar will
Etop at u safe distance fiom tho Dred
ger and give ono blast of their whistle
which will bo nnsweicd by u Miigle
blast fiom tho Dredger, to be fol
lowed by tlnee blasts from the Diedg
er when the passage is clour and they
Tho Tug will be on hand when not
otherwise engaged toassistbailing craft
in passing the Diedgor when neces
sary. 0. N. SPENCER,
Minister o! the lnteiior.
lnteiior Olliei-, Mutch I), IS'Ji!.
Sale of Lease of Government
LandB ut Kau, Hawaii.
On SATURDAY, June 1, 1S02, at
12 o'clock noon, at the fiont entrance
of Al'.iolani Hale will be sold at Pub
lie Auction the lease of the following
tracts of land at Kau, Hawaii:
Tiact No. 1. Mohakeanui, contain
ing an area of 2j57 acres, more or
less. Upset price .foOO per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
Tract No. 2. Mohakeaiki, contain
ing an area of 201 acie-, more or less.
Upset price $f0 per annum, payablo
semi-annually in advance.
Lease for l." years.
C. x SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofiiee, .May 3, 1802.
Honolulu, H. 1., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the bonis for using water for
inigation purposes are from 0 to 8
o'clock a. m., and 1 to G o'clock i si.
until further notice.
JOHN C WHITE,
bupt. Honolulu ater Works.
0. N. Sl'ENCKH,
Minister of the lnteiior.
MR. G. II.FAIRCIIILD bus been
appointed by the Board of Educa
tion, School Agent for the district of
K.iwiiihaii, on the I&l.md of Kau.ii, in
place of Mi. U. E. Fnirohild who hat
loigned. By order of the Hoard of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Ollice of the lioard of Education, May
18,1802. -121 lit
Jt has pleated llcr Majehty the
Queen to appoint
A. N. KEl'OIKAI. Eho..,
to be Ciicuit Judge of the .Second
Judicial Circuit, vice lion. Geo. E.
Ioluni Palaco, .May 10, 181)2.
It has pleased Her Majesty the
Queen to appoint
THOMAS EVERETT, EhQ ,
to be Her Governor for tho Inland of
Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoo
lnwe. ioluni Palace, May 17, 1892.
Pltdtretl to natAir Sect nor fartyt
Hut cstablttftcd for the iriirtit of all,
FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1892.
There may bo different opinions as
to tho wisdom of the action taken by
the authorities in arresting the per
sons believed to be engaged in a
treasonable conspiracy. Some have
been heard to say that an overt act
on the part of the suspected league
should have been awaited. It is not
well, however, for people to bo hasty
in forming an opinion on the mutter,
without being in possession of tho
facts on which the Government has
acted. Many people have for weeks
and even months blamed the Gov
ernment for allowing latitude to
incendiary and treasonable npceeh in
public. Their blame might be much
more severe if they were aware of
the extent to which the conspiracy
has gone in private.
One thing is certain, which is that
in the freest countries on earth the
license of tlrebiand public utterance
allowed here, even within the past
few weeks, would not be tolerated
longer than would be required to put
ttie machinery of law in motion. Mr.
Huntsman is fond of telling the Ha
waiians how things are done in the
United Slates, but he knows well that
he would not in the United States
emit the mischievous gas ho does here
without inhaling the air of a police
cell as a corrective of his distemper
within twenty-four hours. The
anarchists of Chicago found when
too late that the abii3e of freedom
by then) made America anything but
a free country for them. rIn tho re
cent May-day celebrations in Chicago
that class found that they could not
even show their colors in a country
whetc one of freedom's highest
meanings is the freedom of decent
people to be unmolested by villains.
There is not a spot on earth more
sacred to freedom of speech than
Hyde Park in London. Iu that place
full liberty has been allowed people
who believed iu a different system of
government than the established one
to air their views to the public. But
iu the arrangements for preserving
the public peace on May-day, the
line was drawn against citizens or
aliens' making any remarks of a
treasonable character. The order
was that on the fit st attempt of any
speaker in that direction he was to
be "pulled from the platform with
Constant political agitation, espec
iallyof the insensate kind Honolulu
has been having for many years, is a
curse to any capital or any country.
There has not been a real grievance
iu the fundamental law, nor an evil
in thcadministiationof affairs, which
could not be remedied by constitu
tional means Those who instil a
contrary view into the minds of the
native llawaiians, trying to incite
them to discontent and disturbance,
are the country's worst enemies and
guilty of the greatest crime tlyit
could be committed. It behooves
every lover of stability, peace and
progress to uphold the means of law
and older in the present emergency.
The duty of everybody at the same
time is to preserve personal calmness
and avoid loose utterances in crowds
which may irritate the situation.
A MIMIC HERR MOST.
I). Ij. IIiinlHiiiun 3Inkcn n Ntrnns IlliI
for r.le vatlon to a Telephone 1'oHC.
The Advertiser contains the report
of a meeting in the name of the Lib
eral party last night, when a long
btiing of resolutions denunciatory of
the Queen and the Government was
proposed by Hon. John E. Bush and
The following i9 the report of one
of the speeches. It is only lacking
in brains to enable it to come up to
the standard of Heir Most's incendi
ary utterances. The fellow is evi
dently becoming despetate for want
of honest employment:
D. L. Huntsman Gentlemen: 1
came because I heard we are goina
to be "pulled in" to-night. I want
to tell you about the hard times.
The foreign home papers say that
limes are hard because sugar is
down. The real reason is because of
the abominable administration we
have to-day. Now, I observe, that
in any country where you have aris
tocracy, the common people are very
poor; but wheie wealth is equally
distributed, there the people are
happy and prosperous. I tell you,
trentlemen, that the accumulation of
uealtli iu the hands of a few is a
calamity. Thcie are in your coun
try to-day, a few men who sucked
the wealth of Hawaii, and made you
like beasts of the field. Now, what
is it that made these men rich ; it is
the sugar industry. If you were
like men in other countries you would
not be degraded to-day. It is your
own fault that you have been de
graded. In the northern part of the
United States the Indians' use boards
to deform their children's heads.
Now if the missionaries put boards
on your children's heads, you would
have objected ; but the missionaries
have filled you with faNo doctrines.
First they took your lauds; next
they introduced foreign immigration ;
and, lust of all, they brought .in men
to fahoot you down. It is an awful
thing for tbo Queen to get ammuni
tion to kill her own people. Are you
men, or are you children? Are you
afraid of the whip 5" There is no peo
ple iu the world that would stand
what you have endured! You only
talk, but you never do anything. I
ain an American. I was born in a
republic, where they can't tolerate
such a thing as your "noble vote."
What happens to you depends on
how much you will stand. 1'hoy
have taken all ; when are you going
to ataiui up and say, halt? You
have two hands; buyaijlju; sell
your pigs and buy a rifle. (An-
Arrest of the Agitators for
Warrants Issued Out of tho
Warrants were issued yesterday
for the arrest of the following named
persons on tho charge of treason :
V. V. AsiIKOKD,
It. W. Wilcox,
J. W. Bll'IKANE,
Manuel Ross, Jk.,
The following is the form of war
rant as issued by Judge Dole:
Hekoke Hon. S. B. Dole, Justice
Sui'ltHME COUUT, AT ClIAMBKHS.
Warrant or Arrent.
To the Marshal of the Kingdom,
or his Deputy, Greeting:
You are commanded to arrest
accused by C. 8. Wil
son, on information and belief ven
ded by oath, of the crime of treason
in Honolulu within six months last
past, and have him before me at my
Court room, in Honolulu, forthwith,
to answer said charge.
Given under my hand this 19th day
of May, 1892.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
Justice Supreme Court.
Policemen armed with these war
rants went out this morning and be
fore 10:30 had arrested and lodged
in the cells ot the Police Station the
V. V. Ashford, Keimimoku, J. W.
Bipikane, Manuel Ross, Jr., George
Maxwell, Robert Palau, Alex. Smith,
Ivaohiwaena, Manuel Espinda, Jim
A few minutes later a batch was
brought in, which included the re
doubtable agitator, Robert W. Wil
cox, leader of the insurrection of
1889. The remainder of the arrests
up to 12 noon, after those heretofore
mentioned, were: Kahahawai, Balo
ka, Lot Lane, R. W. Wilcox, George
Markham, Gus Cordes, Kila making
17 in all.
The hearing of the cases of treason
will be before a Justice of the Su
preme Court sitting as a committing
magistrate. As yet the time for the
hearing is not determined.
All the prisoners submitted quietly
The only exception was that of
Bipikane when brought to the station.
He then broke out in an opprobrious
speech to Marshal Wilson, who was
present and whose only leply was to
take the prisoner by the shoulders
and rush him down the gangway.
After finding a resting place in a cell,
Bipikane found exercise for his
tongue. The reverberations of his
voice in haranguing his fellow prison
ers filled the building.
It is learned late this afternoon
that Natvaakoa, a policeman, has
Warrants are being prepared for
the arrest of f3 more, which will
bring the number up to 70- alto
Everybody is, asking "Is Hunts
map arrested?" His arrest would
apparently please public opinion
more than tljat qf a hundred llawai
ians, as ho has been most audacious
in disseminating mischievous ideas
amongst the natives.
The occasion of the resolute action
taken by the authorities is not a
matter of tho past few days. For
many months they have been on the
track of the instigators of disturb
ance and the participators iu a con
spiracy whose success would mean
only a Dictatorship under Wiloox.
What are considered thorough ar
rangements have been made for put-
t tj j
. . r
down with promptness any up-
or disturbance. It is believed
that withiu twenty minutes a strong
force of volunteers can be coucea-
trntcd at any point desired, to tender
assistance to Ujc regular arms of 'law
When the arrests began crowds
gathered along Merchant street,
where they hang about store doorB
and the front of the Station all fore
noon. This afternoon most of the
crowds had dispersed of their own
accord, and nobody would judge
from anything visible that unusual
events were happening.
I'.x ' Hcniiiore.1'
The PACirio Hardware Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and SaU
cers, Jugs, etc., etc. t -
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avenarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper is very
well known to the citizens of Apple
ton, Me., and neighborhood. He
says: " Eight years ago I was taken
" sick, and suffered as no one but a
" dyspeptic can. I then began tak
" ing August Flower. At that time
"I was a great sufferer. Every
" thing I ate distressed me so that I
"had to throw it up. Then in a
" few moments that horrid distress
" would come on and I would have
" to eat and suffer
"little of your lned
" icine, and felt much
"better, and after
" taking a little more
" August Flower my .
peared, and since that time I
" have never had the first sign of it.
"lean eat anything without the
" least fear of distress I wish all
" that are afflicted with that terrible
"disease or the troubles caused by
"it would try August Flower, as I
" am satisfied there is. no medicine
"equal to it." Q
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Loyey.
J IS CJ TJ JL. A. I .
WEEKLY SALE OF HORSES!
The Fourth Regular Sale of Horses will
take place in the yard rear of
Hon. J. I. Dowbctt's oillec,
TO-MORROW, May 21st,
AT 1 O'OUICK XOOX.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Mope's lie if Sale.
In accoi dance with the provisions of a
cuitalu moitgnge mailu by Manuel Hios
of Honolulu. Oahu, to William O. .Smith,
Mary H. Pinker and Henry Waterliousc.
trustees, under the Will of W. C Liuia
lilo, deceased, dated February ?8, 18!K),
unil recorded In the HegMry of Con
veyances, in paid Honolulu, in Liber 2H.
pnges 1D1, 152 and lf:t. Notice Khoieby
given that the said mortgagees intend to
foreclose the said mortgage for condi
tion broken, to wit: non-payment of
principal and lnteiet. Also the Pro
perty conveyed by said uioitg.ign will be
Fold at 1'iiblie Aucllon, at the auction
looms of Jas. F. Moigau, iu Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, May 21st,
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON,
Further particulars can be obtained
of W. O. Miiith, Cll Fort St., Honolulu
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Trustees Luimlllo Estate.
The I'riiinlEei convoyed by said mort
gage, and to be Hold, aie those Desir
able Premises at Mnklkl, iu said Houo-
lulu, described as follows
aii or tnat
House Lot with the Buildings 1
At)d Appurtenances, on the easteily
side of Maklkl, in Honolulu, being a
part of tho piemlscs described In Koyul
Patent 0:i0.i, atul having a frontage of
120 feet and a depth of 370 feet, and
being a poitlou of the premises con
veyed to said Manuel Enos by Walter
H. Soul by deed dated June 27, 1H81, and
iccorded in said Heglstry hi Liber 71,
page 511, et sen,.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
Engine U, No, I,
ASPKOIAL Meeting of this Com
pany will bu held THIS (Fiiday)
EVE ING, at 7:'M o'clock, for the pur
pose of teudeihig a reception to Km e
ui u n Itobt. Mote. A full attendance of
the membiTs Is reipiested.
42(1 It Secretary.
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