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NOTICE TO MARINERS.
,.) During the iuoi'i8uf deepening tho
channel ul the ciitiaDcc to Honolulu
litubor the Diodger will be in opera
tion night mul day. At night thoio
will bo a dangci signal placed utt the
forwaid doriick of Undger about !I0
(eel ubovo tea level, which can be soon
by all vub&ela upproaehing the hiuboi.
The hignul consist! Hed lied
of tlnee red light
and a white light
as in the diagram,
the red lights being
about It feet apart
with the white light
mi the eeutui.
All steamers eios&ing the bur will
utop at a safe distance from the Dred
ger and give ono blast of then whistle
which will be answered by a tingle
blast from the Dredger, to be fol
lowed by tlnee blasts from the Dredg
er when the parage is clear and they
The Tug will bo on hand when not
otherwise engaued to assist sailing craft
in passing the Diedger when neces
sary. C. N. SrENCKtt,
Minister 01 the Inteiior.
, Intel ioi Utlice, March U, IS!)!
Silo ol the Lcaso oi the Mauka Ponioit ottho
Government Land ol llonalu,
S. Kona, Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY, May It), 1S0J,
ut 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliiol.ini II. de will be sold
at public auction the Louse of the
M.iuka Portion of the Government
Land of llonalo, S. Kon.i, Hawaii,
containing an area of 710 acres nioiu
Term Lease for 10 yeais.
Upset price $7.") per annum, pay
able semi annually in advance.
O. N. Sl'ENCEK.
Minister of the Interior.
Inteiior Oilice, Apiil 19, IS!)!
100 3 1
Sala of Lease of a Qovernni'-.t Land
at Kaueohe, Kooliupoko, Oahu.
On WEDNESDAY, May 25, lb'J2,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliiolani Hale will be sold
at public auction the Lease of a Strip
of Government Land adjoining the
Kaneoho Court llou.-o Lot, Koolau
poko, Oahu, and containing an aiua
of 25-100 of an aeie a little more or
Term Lease for 10 years.
Upset price $.r)0 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
C. X. bl'EXCEIi,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interim Oilice, Aptil 22, lb'.)2.
Sale of Leusj of tho Govern
ment Land of Opikikao,
On SATURDAY, June -1, 1802, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of Aliiol.ini Hale will he sold at Pub
lic Auction the Leat-e of Government
Land of Opihikan, at Pun i, Hawaii,
containing an aiea of 1500 acix-o, a
little more or less.
Term Lease for 25 years.
Upset price 1200 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
C. X. Sl'ENCEH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, May a, 1892.
Sale of Ledsc of Government
Lands at Kau, Hawaii.
On SATUItDAY, Jiinu 4, 1892, at
12 o'clock noon, at the fiont oniniuco
of Aliiolani Hale will ho sold at Pub
lic Auction the lease of the following
tracts of land at Kau, Hawaii:
Tract Xo. 1. Mohiikeanui, contain
ing an ajiM of 2557 acres, more or
less. Upset price 1500 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
Tract Xo. 2. Mohakeaiki, contain
ing an urea of 201 uoio., mote oi less.
Upset price $ 50 jilt annum, payable
oeiiii-aunually in advance.
Lease for 15 years.
C. X. bTEXOER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, May ',, 1892.
Sale of Lease of the Govern
ment Lund of Kaipapau,
On WEDNESDAY, Juno 15, 1892,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tho front en
trance of Aliiol.ini Halo will be sold
at Public Auction this Lease of the
Government Laud of Kaipapau, K'oo
lauloa, Oahu, containing an jjroi of
1C0 ucri'b moie or lose.
Term Lease foi 20 yeius.
Ujieot juice, $50 per annum, myu
blu sniiii-aniitially in advance.
C. X. SJ'EXOEJt,
Miuiotur of tho Inteiior.
iHtuiior ailioo, May, 13, 1692, ,
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 18111.
Holders of water privileges, or thoso
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
iriigalion purposes ate from 0 to S
o'clock A. m., and I to 0 o'clock r. M.
until fuilher notice.
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
0. N. Sncxotiit,
Minister of the Inlet ior.
The public are eoidiiilly lniUd to
be iirosont ut the opening of the
Legislative Assembly by Her Majesty
the Queen at 12 m. on Saturday, the
28th instant. Ushers will be in at
tendance to wait on visitors.
C. N. SPENCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, May 23, 1892.
Sat In tftulU'fin
Pirated to nnlhrr Sect nor Party,
But rstnbltslicd tor the brnrtit of all.
MONDAY, MAY 211, 1892.
"A STABLE GOVERNMENT."
The Advertiser has a thinly dis
guised article in favor of annexation
or else a foreign protectorate, its ilea
being that prosperity is impossible
without "a stable government."
Such a declaration of want of confi
dence in the arms of law and order,
backed as they ought, and are fairly
believed to be. by the material re
sources and moral sentiment o( the
respectable elements of the commun
ity, is a strange deliverance, as pur
porting to reflect public opinion, to
be transmitted abioad by the outgoing
mail. Nothing ever helped the cred
it of this country more thau the
result of the episode of 1889,
which was that in spite of some
blundering and necessary reliance on
half-heaited olllcering the constitut
ed authorities were able, without
outside assistance, to maintain the
established government against an
assault that had been long in plan
ning and not the slightest prepara
tion made to repel it. Is it not
worth while for all true friends of
the country resident here, irrespec
tive of party politics, to hold to
gether in maintaining the honorable
record of being able, desiitc many
conspiracies from within for bring
ing about confusion and turmoil, to
show the world that the country is
capable of self-government? The
Advertiser, instead of being ani
mated by this sentiment, seems deter
mined to encourage conspiracy by con
demning the Government for being
forehanded in dealing with conspira
tors, and sending abroad the false im
pression that foreign rule is imminent
ly necessary to give a "stable govern
ment." There is oniy one conclusion
from that paper's attitude against
the authorities in the present emerg
ency, which is that the wish is fa
ther to the sentiments by it express
ed. Other people who beljeye that
annexation is Hawaii's manifest
destiny still tieusure the more honor
able bciuimcnt of hoping that when
that day arrives the country can
point back to an Hubroken lecord of
stable government as a complete
qualification for being admitted a
member of the American Common
wealth. The Union does not want
communities added to it as pau
pers any more than individuals,
but the Ad voi User makes jthia com
munity out o jumper in self-jiroleci-mg
patriotism. When the Hehring
Sea eiisis was lately jiresent with
the United States Senate, members
of both parties united in standing
for what they deemed the honor of
the nation. Some of eucji a quality
of patriotism seems to be the greijt
lack in the AtlvcitLser m tJjj3 junu
ture, Its sniveling over details of
administration which the Legislature
is competent to remedy if wrong, at
a crisis in the preservation of the
common peace, is a striking illustra
tion of that jiajier's genius in saying
things ut the wrong time. The Ad
vertiser's present course is most in
imical to "stable government." For
tunately its local iutliteuge is sligljt,
hut abroad where the situation is mi'
known its utterances will be aminunl
tjon for the country's enemies.
A traveling man who chanced to
he in the store of K. V, Wpofl, at
McKces Hocks, J 'a,, says while l;o
was wailing to see Mr. Wood, a little
gill came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's I'ain Halm and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it it
thy bust medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles lor salo
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
dally imper of the Kiuudooi.
tuuu iur imuuvu,
FAIR COMMENT AGAIN.
The dozen lines nddrcssed to you
as an appeal to refrain from com
ment winch was obviously written to
influence public feeling in the case
of prisoners under arrest for treason,
should not have been necessary ; but
1 dare to assert oven now, that your
rematks in last Friday's Hut.t.r.TiN
betrayed a zeal much beyond the re
ijuiremcnts of the occasion. Being
mysell impiessed with the impro
priety of publicly commenting on
matters which are aub-judiee, I avoid
even indicating the points in your
Friday's issue which 1 considered
liupioper. I congratulate you, there
fore, that in Saturday's jiuper you
turned the current of your zeal from
the helpless ones behind prison bars
to myself as follows :
"The comments of "Fair Play" in
this issue arc singular among remarks
heard on the Bulletin s treatment
of the arrests. It is a pity this cor
respondent has not chosen to give his
name to the public, as the tenderness
he displays in regard to notorious
facts deserves personal commenda
tion." Not being aware of the need of
any "tenderness", on my part as to
"facts," "notorious" or otherwise, 1
fling back this innuendo with con
tempt and challenge the author of it
to meet me before the public on the
platform of any hall in this city.
1 promise my tradueer the utmost
latitude in catechising me as to
"facts," and I further promise to
sample some of the alleged facts of
the Bui.r.KTiN', and j)rove them to be
the usual reportorial gossip retailed
at fifth hand on sidewalks and street
1 have no time for dissecting the or
phaned romance of the Uuli.ktin oilice
through the medium of an intermin
able discussion in print, and as l am
the challenged one, I name my
weapon speech in public. Will the
Bullutin now name the place and
time? This is "Fair Play."
D. M. Ckowlky.
fftlr. Crowley's nervous assump
tion of the caj) will carry its own im
pression. Before Hinging things back
he had better go out to the baseball
ground and practise throwing awhile.
He may hire a hall if he please, but
tiie editor is not accepting challenges
for variety shows this season. Neither
will he catechise Mr. Crowley when
it is facts that are wanted. Ed. J
WEST MAUI NOTES.
There is little of interest to chroni-.
cle from thi3 section since my last
The appointment of the Hon. NoalV
Kcpoikai as Circuit Judge at Wai
luku to fill the vacancy-caused by the
death of Hon. Geo. E. Richardson
seems to meet with the approval of
the public in general.
It is rumored that there are other
changes to take effect in the near
future, to wit, that the Hon. Thomas
Everett, our esteemed Sheriff, is to
he appointed Governor of Maui, and
Mr. II. G. Treadway made Sheriff
than whom a better man cannot be
The question that seems to interest
the majority of our citizens just now,
is, who is to fill the vacancy caused
by the promotion of the Hon. Noah
Iicpoikai. That we should have for
our Police Justice a worthy and'eon
scionlious man, thoroughly convers
ant wjth Jhe flawaiian character as
well as a good English scholar and
familiar with the law, is conceded on
all sides; but who shall it lie?
Society items are scarce this weik,
as many of our people have gone, or
aie making arrangements to go to
Honolulu, on pleasure or personal or
legislative business bent.
Mr. Tcnnpy, wife and child are
visiting Mrs. Tenney's sister, Mrs.
Geo. Herbert of Wailuku.
lion, and Mrs. II. I). Walbridge
leave by this Claudiiic for Honolulu,
to be absent during the session of
;.Jje Legislature. We shall miss them
severely, (jut trust they may enjoy a
pleasant sojourn with you.
Sailed, Friday, May 20, 3-masted
schooner Redfield, Birkholm master,
for San Francisco, with a cargo of
? 1,130 bags sugar, valued at S5C,
52a 17, consigned to J. D. Sprcckels
& Bros. The Hedfield wob towed
out by the steamer Waiinanulo.
CONCERT TO MRS. BROWN.
Mrs. Admiral Brown will be the
recipient of a farewell concert by the
Koyal Hawaiian band, this evening
at the Hawaiian Hole), commencing
at 7:0. In addition to a number pf
native songs to be rendered by the
boys, a song dedicated to Mrs.
Brown will be sung. The following
is the program;
Overtiue Masaulello Auber
Klnale (J.uinen .. lti.et
(,'ornet Polka Tho Palace lluglur..
Jicminbcciirt's of Gounod Godfiey
MJkfoJ. Like no a Like, Main
J ke Ao.
To .Mrs. G. Mown; Jin JJnnl I'un Man,
by ills. Ilaalelt'n,'
.Medley American Melmlle.-.. .. buyer
Piccolo Solo Eliui Mann llwl .. Klliijj
Waltz O beautiful 'ay Stiauss
Two .Muiches by Merger:
:i Queen IJliuokulanl
1) -Admiral lirowu.
'fho brar ypi;leij IJaiiner.
FOR MA MS
Hull mid Jersey Hei
fer, the latter about four
weeks of calving, also Two
l a Ives
To be seen on Kliiati sheet,
jiply or ut Pacific Iron Works,
y TUUtJ. RKWUASrUiii
SECOND MUSIM CONCERT.
A Slt'l Trou-il Tlmn on the Klrnt
Monsieur Ovido Musin the violin
ist and company appeared Satin day
evening at tho Hawaiian Opera
House before an audience crowding
the building. Chairs placed in the
rear pa3sages had all been reserved
in advance, and the reserved prices
were readily paid by tardy comer9
for the front row of the balcony.
Practically the same audience as as
sembled the first night was in the
house, with as many more as could
be accommodated The following
program, with an obeyed recall to
each number, constituted the enter
tainment: 1 Overture Xorma Bellini
Koyal Hawaiian I) and.
2 Polonaise (E-major) LisU
3 Air and Variations 1'roch
Annie Louise Musin.
4 Caprice Xo. 1 Musin
5 Fantasie Emperor's Cornflow
Royal Hawaiian Band.
G Duo From "Pre au oleics,". . .
Annie Louise Musin und.Ovide Musin.
7 Soli for Piano,
a. Minuet Sgambati
b. Tarantello Rubinstein
8 Dear Heart T. Mattel
Annie Louise Musin.
9 Soli for iolin,
(a. Cavatino Hall'
i.h. The Fly Bohm
(o. Mazuika Musin
10 March Piince Henry. .Trenkler
Royal Hawaiian Band.
The applause that followed eacli
number was general and spontaneous,
and would not subside for any less
price than a re-ajipcarancc. There
is nothing to be added to the repoit
of the first night in this )aper, which
would add weight to the fact that
Mons. Musin and his supporters have
made a complete conquest of the
musical ear of Honolulu.
At an mlenal in the second part
Mr. Levey aj)j)eared on the stage to
announce another concert on Thurs
day evening, when Mons. Musin
would play the Suite of Franz Ries,
iu four parts, also Russian airs of
Wionianski and an entire change of
The Pacific Hakdwaue Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Poiilton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Ciijis and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supjilies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avenarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
Most clergymen give their wed
ding fees to their wives. Therefore
the clergymen's wives are now flush
unto exceeding (lustiness.
Mrs. Girgle Roger. Girgle Well?
Mrs. Girgle Something tells me 1
may die before 1 wake. Girgle O,
go to sleep. Brooklyn Life.
So that young heiress has jiroinis
ed to marry you?" "Yes in three
years." "Isn't that a long while to
wait?" "It may be; but she's worth
her wait in gold." Washington Star.
L.J, Levey.,. ,.. Leasee & Manager.
By special de;lre the management have
decided to give OX K MORE
On Tharsday Eyeaiag, May 26th,
On which occasion
Will Play the
Suite of Franz Ries in 4 Parts
txif Also, Russian Aits of Wjeiijiiuski
and an Kiithu Change of Programme "
Way Box Plan now onen at Ofllro of
j L. J. Levey. 42ti -It
HBSrt FOIt SALE!
N account of removal to
" " in v lobideneo on the
i&9 ' 'mils. 1 sunn sen my nens,
r coin-Mine, of about hi.r Doen
is Common and llalf-bieeds, ul
9) each; good for tho table, having
boon fud on'corn aijil wheat. AJso, Ten
Krown Leuhonis with Coekeioll, prion
9:25; the cheapest ever known.
X. V. IIIJKGJWS.
m :it Mutual Tul. Xo 1S3
A Safe and Gentle
can al.so he used under
;iiijii; 1 Top JSiakoaud Uaruess. Ap
ply at olllco of ' '" ' '
tliVt II, UAUKVKhUfrUQ.
G-rapes For Sale !
3.J(AI'KS lieth from tho tree aio for
7 ;au afTH.u.s. oiuu-rrwy.-,
i-t If I'ort utieiit
i'icluit) FrtuncH jmulo to
order from latest Mtylutt of
moiiliiijiys. lUMiovulion of
old picturoH a HH)(!iitlty at
lLlua Bros., liotel utroot. '
Irtl-ft Ml !! iiKiiiTiaiM itflMiwiM
ItSrHIAgSt A. McCIJKDY. J'iri.Hl.m.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy J
It has imiditi members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0U AHS.
Its New Histribution l'olioy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Coniatiy.
Way For full paitioulars apply to
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Mantis.
Auclion Sales by James F. Morgan.
Pasture Lands in Kapaliulu,
By order of lion. rt. II. Dole, 1 will
oiler for salo at Public Auction, at
my Silet.room, IJiioen stieet,
On MONDAY. .Juno lth,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
The Following De.M'bl Properties:
1 Lot 37 of tho lvtij) hulti suivey,
including an i'um of "105 acres and
fenced on the easterly, westerly and
mauka sides with xtouu wall for the
most pait. This land is botindid
mauka by the Wiiial.iu io.ul, easterly
by Waialae and we Icily by Lot 158.
2 Lots :!3, HI! ami .'(1 of the Kuim-
hulu suivey, iin billing an tnca of
IIS'J',' acres. Fcuci ' in by stone wall
and wiie fence an I for a shot t din
lance by a htecji part of Diamond
Head. Hounded mauka by the
Waialuo ltmid, oasuily by Lot !17,
westeily by the ili of I'aho.i and ma
kai by Park lots, and has au outlet on
tho Paik and a water supply for
stock. This land is cleared of lantana
for about of its area.
3 A poitinn of the Hi of Pnhoa
lying wo.-! of the last mentioned land
with the Waialae road pkirting its
mauka bide. The new Kaji.ihulu
road cuts across its. westeily end.
Area 7!1 ucrcb. Fenced on its east
All of these Lands furnish
considerable pasture during a huge
part of the year and con'ain a yeaily
increasing growth of algeroba tieos,
which furnish a large amount of feed
J AS. F. MOHGA.N.
42S 17t Auctioneer
Men BnlB Bazaar
B.uii- A, Li. Sisiith'.s Store.
UK SURE AND SEE TIIE
Latest and Greatest Inducement i
IN THIS WELL-KNOWN
ac ii l n e ii
tii!r It U a LocK-ilteh which with
siniplo airaiioineut cm be turned into
a hnlnstiteh, thus making two ma
chines in one.
fifiy Special inducement for Sat
urday Night only !
M Gill Popular Books!
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W. F. REYNOLDS.
424 J ruoeiillW'oii, It
J. T. Waterhouse
Just Received per "Australia"
A VVIU LJNU OK
Ladies' Hats !
I lltt'Kt MlJ l'H.
THE GEO, LUCAS' HOMESTEAD
On K.llKllt Ill),
Containing 7 lUnhoouib, J'arlor, Dluing
iiioiu, HtlliiK-iooui, Halli, etc. Am. a
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Society of th United States.
An Eminently Conservative ajid Safe Company.
F1NAN CIAL 8 TKENGTII .
The consideration of first impoi lance in judging of the condition of
any financial institution (and not ably" of a life assurance company, the ma
jority of whoso contracts extend over long jiciiods of years) is its surjrfus
strength. The Equitable has, over and above all liabilities, n larger sur
plus than any other assurance company.
Assets, Dric. 31, 1891, - $'136,198,518.38
LIABILITIES, including tho Rcscro on all existing PoIIcIps. (4
por cent. Standard) and Special Roscrvc (: wild the es
tablishment ol a zy, por cent, valuation) ul St, 500,000 109 905,537,82
j' This Surplus remains after making provision for every obligation, on a
j rigid calculation of Liabilities based on the standard presciibe'd by tfie ln
' surance Law of the State of Isew Voik, which assumes that Assets will be
i invested so in to realize interest at the rate ol -l per cent, per annum. In
j addition to this, in a spirit of conservatism, the Directors of the Society,
on the recommendation of its Finance Committee, have set aside a Spacial
Additional Reserve, looking towards i veil u more stringent and conservative
I future standard of valuation than the law now jirescribes.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd..
jr n hs
Ornamental! Economical & Durablul
Eddy's Old EbT.uiMbiinn
Ice Ctals k EBliipratott,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plwjtat oa T 1 1&, Implem'uis & Supp'les
Paints Oils it Variii-hes.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s LuMlcati.ig Oils I
Alwajs the same; made by a speeial
jiroeess and always reliable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New liloek, Kort & Merchant streets.
a & m
J 04 Fort Street,
Boys' Calico Shir!
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SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADES
IN ALL QUALITIES.
CORK) Kit POUT & HOTEL STItKETS.
We Offer for TWO WEEKS Our Entire Stock at Heduced Prices I
SwiHM'e, Scotch Ginnhanirt, Kioneh SuteeiiH, White Diess OoihIh, cheeked
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Boy'b Clothing, Trunks & Valises, Hat3. FaraBols, Hosiery, Etc.
H, E1II1LICII & CO.,
Corner Koi l & Hotel htreets.
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