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BH BY AUTHORITY. ' MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS,
: NOTICE TO MARINERS,
During the process of declining the
channel at the entrance to Honolulu
harbor the Dredger will lie in opera
tion night anil day. At night there
will he a danger signal placed on the
forward derrick of Dredger about HO
feet abovo son level, which can be been
by nil vessels approaching the harboi.
The signal consists lied Ked
of three red lights
and a white light
as in the diagram,
the red lights being
about 3 feet apuil
with the white light
mi the center. Keel
All steamers- crossing the bur will
stop at a safe dibtance fiom the Dred
ger and give one blast of their whUtle
which will be nnswoied by a single
blast fi om the Diodger, to be lol
lowed by three blasts fiom the Dredg
er when the p.ii-sage is clear and the
The Tug will be on hand when not
otherwise engaged to assist sailing craft
in passing the Dredger when neces
sary. C. N. SPENCEK,
Minister of the Intel ior.
Intel ior Otlice, March U, 1892.
, i 1
I ? f :i 3-
Pledged to nettlirr Sect nor Party,
Silt extabhihcil ior tir bmrlit ol all.
THURSDAY, MAY 2G, 1SS2.
Editoiially the Adveitiser iire
sumes the innocence of the defend
ants for treason, while in its news
columns it denounces a meeting,
claimed by its holders to be a Labor
Union one, because the reporter ic
cognized among them "the faces of
many members of the International
Liberal League, of which Hon.
Robert "W. Wilcox is the President "
Tnat is preserving the unities of
journalism with a vengeance.
William Astor Chanler, a young
American, is heading a military ex
pedition to explore those parts of
"darkest Africa" which Stanley lias
left still in the daik. lie is making
more fuss about his expedition, and
having others assist in making it,
than either Livingstone or htanley at
the outsets of their caieers. Never
theless he .seems to have a large sup
ply of pluck, aud his track into the
Ethiopian night will be watched
eagerly to the vanishing point, and
his emergence therefrom awaited
with equal inteiest.
It is recalled that Mr. O. W. Ah
ford was Attorney-General when the
judicial opinion was rendeied under
which all notarirs public who were
candidates for election to the Legis
lature resigned their commissions.
Geneial surprise is heaid expressed,
therefore, that Mr. Ashford's present
doubt on the m.itter should not have
found utterance befoie almoit the
eve of the Legislature's opening. It
is haul to 'say it, but the critical sug
gestions of a cortespondent of thi-
paper on the matter have been ro
maiked upon as being apt by a num
ber of thoughtful readers. The gen
end verdict seems to be that the
proffered submission of the question
to the Court at this juncture was the
most remarkable action in the whole
political career of the gentleman con
cerned. The Advertiser comes out this
morning with a comical effort to
appear the champion of a fair trial
for the persons accused of tieasou.
Nobody had been heard counseling or
countenancing anything but a fan
trial. But the Advertiser prejudged
the case to the outer limit of proprie
ty, by saying all it dared in the face
of the vommunily to discredit the
Government for making the arrests.
Surely the cause of law aud order is
entitled to a fair liial as will us per
sons who were hold enough to talk
treason in public. As the authorities
evidently do not rely on thse public
utterances of one or two of the ac
cused, the matter of their innocence
or guilt is hardly competent for
newspaper dibcu-hioii. Yet the Ad
vertiser tacilli' argued their innocence
by doing what it little could to weak
en the position of the Government in
Wlion you want a Portrait
Enlarged cill on Kiim Uros,,
get Choir jwieo lit aud hoo
Bauiltt. Ulioy caii't bo beat.
Dr. Kichanl Oliver, for nearly two
years the tllleient Superintendent of
tlm Tnsnnu Aavltiin. lines been annnlnt-
nrl l'hraii.inn Inllin T.Piior KnM.ln.
ment, Molokai, in place of Dr. S. . some time ago about a peottliar Chi
Swift, resigned. Dr. Swift i9 going neso desertion case which was enter-
to the Coast. Dr. Oliver being ca in mo louce ouil. mu
popular among llawaiians may be came up Wednesday morning and
expected to have availing influence evidence was taken iu full. The par
with the unfortunates now placed ' ties are Hui Hung (k) and Ah bing
under his care. (w). Hui Hung brought the follow-
Dr. A. P.Hugus has been appoint- i"g charge, "Desertion of his bed
ed Government Physician for Haua- and boaid without cause, refusing,
u; ir.,i,i and atill refusine to return." He
Dr. Nicholas Hussell has been ap
pointed Government Plnsioian of
The appoint merit ol a -fiiecessor to
Dr. Oliver in the Asylum is vested
in the Minister of the Interior and
not iu the Board of Health.
THE MARY E. FOSTER,
The schooner Mary E. Foster,
dipt. Robert Andrews, brought from
Lysati Island a fine collection of the
island canaries a turtle weighing 300
lbs. and 3G tons of guano, the last
named for the Pacillu Phosphate &
Fertilizer Co. The schooner was
nine days going down, arriving on
Sunday moruing, May 8. Found all
on the island safe and sound aud
Maudcd i revisions. On May 10th.
heavy . W. seas were experienced,
which caused the Foster to sever
moorings and go to sea. On the trip
back experienced light westeily
calms. Three laborers were left at
the Khind, while Captain Berry, a
Portuguese and a Chinaman were
passengers for Honolulu. The Mary
K. Foster will leave again for Lysan
Islaud the iirst of next week.
INVASION BY A P. C. A. JAP.
Last night just as a sociable meet
ing (open doors) was breaking up, a
Japanese boy was going along the
streets, and thinking that he smclled
"saki" went upslaiis corner Nuuanu
and King streets onl3- to feel surely
disappointed, as he found a keg of
beer on its last legs. A gentleman
from "Germany" offered the Jap a
drink, which he refused with appar
ent reluctance, and with a double
"salaam" said to those present:
"My editor boss is a hard shell mem
ber of a Woman's Temperance
League and good rn the sniff, conse
quently I dare not change my
breath." As previously stated by
favor of the Bulletin, religion, race
or color forms no bar to becoming a
member of the Labor Union. in
tending candidates may as well know,
however, that at on: sociables we
use beer instcad'of the regulation ice
cream. Such is life in the tropics.
BRITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
May I be allowed to ask why there
has been no regular meeting of this
charitable association this year? Such
meeting has always been announced
at about this season of the year, but
the ollicers newly elected have al
lowed the Queen's birthday to go by
and no meeting has been called. Peo
ple .ire asking how this comes about.
A private enquiry from the Bul
lltin' on the 24 th elicited the in
formation that the ollicers of the B.
B. S. were preparing to call a meet
ing. Ed. J
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
sale b' Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
XOTICJK OF ASSIGNMENT.
MOK (trading under the name of
t. siainr Yuen is, Co.) of Kaupo,
Maui, ha lug this day made an assign
ment of his piopoity to the undersigned
for the Ix'iiellt of his cr- ditors, notice is
hereby given to all i,irile having claim
ag.diist said Ainoe to pieseut the same
in the iiudciidgucd within 00 days from
lids date, otherwise, they will ho'haned
foiever; all parties indebted to said
Miiou must m.ikc! immediate payment
Ki) IIOI'TSfTII,Ai:GKIl & CO ,
Assignees of Ainoe (Ming Yuen & Cu.)
of Kalipn, Maui.
Honolulu, May 20, 161)2. 431 St
I?UOM Numiiiu Val
V ley, a Khmk
Horse with n short tall.
Thu Under will lie Kiilt-
-U nliy lewurded hv 10-
tiuning Panic to
41 :!t (JAIT. A. MclNTYKE.
IJY Samuel X Kincr.-on a situation in
.) any pait of Hawaii uel, as Hook
keeper oi In any capacity. Apply at
ofliee of J. A. Mngrmn near Post Oillee.
FOK SA LB I
SPJtlXOFIKI.O 30-Light Gas Ma
chine In complete woikluir order
and giuu aimed, Will bu sold upon
f.ivoialile ten in- to the pincliascr. Also
a few llaudbome Flx(uict. Apply to
llflO tf Kimj street.
C. B. RIPLEY,
(n hck ; Knom 5, Kpi uckels' Jilouk.
Mutual Telephone 208.
New Designs ! Modern Buildings t
Complete plans mid snccillcatlous for
every deseilptiou of building. Contiacts
diawu and caieful superintendence of
coin-Unction given when requited. Call
mid examine iilanx, upi 211 ly
'PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN--'8
1 column of iutcici-iliig reading
mutteis. Mailed to foreign countries,
fC; Islands 94,
.j.Z.iviiMumm.'ZiiJjmHntMim lHMI MHW i I'nif' 'fi v
A GlilHESE DESERTION.
' A ChMi- Wlilrli Interrupt the Mil-
A TCDOrt W.19 filveil in UlC HtJl.I.KTIN
also claims that they were married
according to the Chinese custom of
sitting before the bones of their
grandparents iu Canton, China.
This the woman, Ah Sing, says is
not true and that they were never
married. Hui Hung also claims
that they have been living peaceably
together for five years and seeing
that thercvwa9 a cooling in his wife's
affections he asked her to go to Cali
fornia, hoping the change of climate
would have some effect on her. She
refused and left him. Hence the ar
rest. Police Justice Foster sentenced Ah
Sing, under Sec. 3, Chap. 30 of the
Laws of 1890, to imprisonment at
hard labor for 12 hours and to pay
costs of Court. J. M. Davidson for
defendant noted an appeal to the In
termediary Court. P. Neumann for
the prosecution. Both paities are
engaged in the Chinese Theatrical
Co. as actor and actress. Ah Sing
is a pretty littlo woman, 31 years of
Kx ' Hpinnorp."
The Pacific IIakdwaue 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.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avenaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
L. J. I-ovey.
Lessee jb Manager.
IS' special desi to the management have
decided to give ONE MOKE
On Thursday EYeaing, May 26th,
On which occasion
Will Play the
Suite of Franz Ries in 4 Parts
Hir Also, Russian Airs of Wlcnlaiiskl
aud an Entile Change of Progi amine.
t& Box Plan now open at Oillee of
L. .J.Levey. 4'J8 4t
HUSTAGE & CO.,
WOOD & COAL.
White & Black Sand
Which we will sell at the very lowest
maiket rutct fui cash.
Bull Tele. 414. -aoUaT Mutual Tele. 19.
Rice and Taro Land
I PIECES of A J Rleo and Taro Land
-fc situated at Walklki, Kona, Oahn.
(Kamnililli), now under cultivation,
containing about t! acres in all.
Al o, 1 Jtesldeuee Lot on corner of
lleretauia and Miller sticts, bark of Dr.
Ihodie's former lesldeuee, containing
10.1! 12 square feet. 'I'heie are 2 Good
Cottages and 4 other Building-; on thu
place, f i om which a leutal of 8.10,00 per
month Is derived.
Bk&" Kor futther piiitieul irs enquire of
130 tf Hotel stieet, cor Union.
MONDAY', .'10th May, will bo Decora
tion Day, all those who have rela
tives or friends resting Iu "God's Acre"
aro hereby lespeetfully leijncstcd to
have their seveial plots put in order.
TRUSTEES OAHU OEMETEKY.
Honolulu, May U., 18!).'. 4110 it
HENS FOR SALE!
(N account of removal to
' my lesldeuee on the
Plains, I chad sell my liens,
eonfibtlnn of about Six Do.un
Common and Half-bieeUs, at
31 c,uch; good for the table, having
been fed on corn and wheal. Also, Ten
Hi own Leghorns with Cockerel), piice
62(5; the cheapest ever known.
X. F. BURGKSS,
Mutual Tel. No. R2
rx Hull and Jersey Hei
fer, the latter about four
weeks of calving, also Two
i nlvcti. To he seen on Klnau tdiect,
ulieio apply or at raellle Iron Vvoiks.
l'J7 lw T'iOS KEWOASTLK.
MIt II. LOSK is alone anthorLed to
make colleetiuiu for the Mutual
L O. JShJtGKJt,
llouolulu, May Ut lbUa. -li-O-at
T " r-i'r1 -'iwwU!
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Pasture Lands in Kapalinln,
By order of Hon. S. B. Dole, 1 will
ollbr for sale at Public Auction, at
my Stlcftooui, Queen otreet,
On MONDAY, Juno lSlli,
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON.
The PolloYlng Desirable Properties:
1 Lot 37 of the Kapahulu survey,
including an. prea of 455 acres and
fenced on the easterly, westerly and
niauka sides with stono wall for the
most purl. This laud is bounded
niauka by the Waialae road, easterly
by Waialao and westerly by Lot J18.
2 Lots 38, 33 and 34 of the Kapa
hulu survey, including an area of
389J acres. Fenced in by stone wall
and wiie fence and for a short dis
tance by il'isteep part of Diamond
Head. Bounded niauka by the
Waialae Road, easterly by Lot 37,
westerly by the ili of Pahoa anil ina
kai by Park lots, aud has an outlet on
the Park and a water supply for
stock. This land is clcaied of lantaua
for about sl of its urea.
3 A portion of the Ili of Pahoa
lying west of the last mentioned land
with the Waialae road Girting its
mauka side. The new Kap.thtilU
toad cuts across its westerly end.
Area 73 acies. Fenced on its east
0S All of these Lauds furnish
considerable pasture during a largo
part of the year and contain a yearly
increasing growth of algeioba trees,
which furnish a large amount of feed
428 17t Auctioneer
CLEARANCE SALE !
OUR LARGE STOCK OF
Ribhotib, Dress Goods,
Coifolp, Lace Caps,
Velvets', Shuts, Collars,
Men's Hats, Table Covers, Etc.. Ftc.
Will ba So d Out Grcitly BhIow Cost I
& Great Bargains iu BOOTS aud
A. C SILVA & CO.,
Hotel St., bet. Fort & Nuuanu.
San Francisco, : Ca'ilornia.
This Hotel has leeently added a laige
Single Rooms Baths Attached
which will hi: li:t
AVUH or Without. Hoard.
4"AIho a FlrHt-elOMH lti'Ntniirnit.-U4
WM. B. HOOPER,
npWO Nicely Furnished
JL Rooms centrally located.
Enquire Bulletin Oillee.
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
IlRietauIt stieet. onno-
slte Foit-stieet Church. Ap-
K. I. LILLIE,
AtTheo. 1. Davh-K & Co,
A 4-ltOOMED Cottage on
Fort stieet. Good loea-
tion and moderate
Apply .on the premises or to
41 1 tf At the Gov't Hulldlng.
rPHE Stores Iu "Arlington
' lllnek" recently occupied
by K. G. Schuiiiaii are to let.
together with ibe Cellar. This Cellar Is
the lluest and di lest Iu the eltv. Apply to
Ill lm Queen stieet
AVKKY Desirable Jtcsi
ileueo beyond tlie Pil
lion, coiitainhiL' n ItoouiB with
Kiti hen, Pantry, Oiningromn an I Hath.
The PieiiiUesaie well-laid out with finit
and other treeb. Apply to
L. P. FKltNAN'DKZ,
400 lm At 11. K. Wichnun's.
HOTEL FOR SALE!
rJ"HAT Fine New. Two-
1 htory Hulldiiig opnoi-lio
tlie Italluav Station, Walluku,
at present occupied by Gun W. Mnefar
laue & Co. ThU is the best btibluess
itanil Iu Walluku, and suitable for either
a hold or More. It commands a line
view of liu harbor. For teuns apply to
MltS. K. UATUHKLOJe,
401) tf 160 Nutiuuu Avenue.
u-,...i frrt f r '-"-,- -.fffly'
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00.' OF YOHK.-
1CXC1IX. -i.l A. Jlr.Oim:y, ' I'm-mMi-mi.
issues Every Desirabio Form of Policy i
II has paid itsmeinbcrs since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLl ARS.
Its New-Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
I" For full particulars apply to
191 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
HAVE OPENED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahumanu Stre?t, Ground Floor, -with a
Larp Assortment of New Gooils 11 " Benmore."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Weclgewojd & Other Fine "WVire.
New Ru s & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WAR1S, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,.
Etc. , Etc. ,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'L
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ornamental! Economical & Dm able!
Eddy's Old EhTAiiUBin:i
In Ghosts k Miierte,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat'on Toi lb, Implements & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Vacuum OH Co.'s Lubricatiiig Oils!
Always the Mime; made hy a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cnnimiii'-. New lock, Foit & Meiohaut stieets.
a e b
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a
jJCSr They are Pliable, Supporting and Unbreakable;
they conform easily to every position of the body while
affording a delightfully comfortable and pleasant support.
The Best Ladies' Waist ?$ade !
At Gieatly Itpduoed Prices.
Chenille Portieres at !f(5 a Pair Hlnek Deadeil Cape for Ladies, $5-
froni $15 and 20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A new lino of ChaHies at-lbV. per yard. 42-ineli All Wool Dress
(jooiIh, in Plain, Striped and Cheeked, reduced fiom
$1 to (iOo. per yaid, a'
B. F. EHLEBS k CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
w DrwHiimMng under the nianagoim-nt of MtSS CLAItK. "i
This is only to remind you that TO-MOK-R()W
will be a good time to visit our Store.
We are selling Goods at and. .below cost
for TWO WEEKS ONLY !
-n i fff'' ' ifiW' 1 V.y
sJf a M u Sua 3'
fgjt, ,. .I.,., ,, MJII .V.,,,,,,, 'J? TyY
Full Assortment of
)HAS. J. FISHEL.
r r j-.---.j my rpjii
AI OFFflBTIT ITY !
At the request of a
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. W. Y. Itbw,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and Wa
ter Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
For YoJtoiiaiM& HonEkoas.
The Al NtcntllHliip
Is duo at this port on June Tilth and will
leave for the above ports on or
CST" Kor Fieiglit or Passage, having
sniHM ior Cabin and titeeiasre accuinmo-
I dations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
l-23 lm Agents.
J. T. Waterhouse
Just Received per "Australia'
A FULL LINK OF
Ladies' Hats !
I, a tout, Sy!en.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
On and after May lstv
1892, the New and De-
Mrablo Modem licsidence
'of tho iiuderslirned. on
I 'I'biu&tou Avenue, coutaluiug Lai go Par-
1 ir. Dlnlii; itooin, uonservatoiy, two
Hedinoms, Diesin Hooiu with Station
ai y Waohitaud and Cedar Waidrobe,
I'athinoin wi'li Patent Closet and Hot
nod Cold Water attachment, l'anirlcs,
China Closet aud Kitchen with New
Kunge, Hot Water Holler aud all attach
Laiu aud convenient Stable on the
piciuit-cs containing two laro box-stalls,
('aniline, harucs aud feed rooms, and
Gi omuls 200x200, beautifully laid out
and teiraced. The view Is iiusuipassed
I For further particulars 6eo
W. O. AS11LKY,
I a8l5-tf O. It. & L. Co.'s Depot.
Cottages to Rent !
MK. LINCOLN hab Just
cnuipletcd Tlueo Very
s Desirable Cottaires on tho
corner of Kiiiiiu and Aluklkl stieets.
Thesu Cottages have breu linlslied with
all model n iiuiuoveiuents aud being
situated near thu Maklkl Valley havo
tibuudiiiee of fresh and cool iiir. The
grounds contain beautiful hhadu trees
ami raie plants. They aro only two
minutes' walk fiom thu trauieais, aud
patties dcciious of recuiing one of the
very plensautest bliuuilimi of thu city
aro i (-quested to Inspect the abovo pie-nii-ts.
jpay For further paitlculurs apply to
411 lm J. A. MAGOO.V.
G-rapes For Sale !
IHAPlitj fieah fiom tho tree aro for
427 tf Fottbtieet.
For MotiUUiiH, Frames,
1'uHtelB, A rtctyj)i!8, I'holu
j;raviirH, JilcJiiiijiH and
ovorylliintjr iu tho lino of
picturuB, go to Klntr Hros.,