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The Minister of Finance approves
of tlio following list of ier.on to act
as Deputy Assessors anil Collectors
for tlio year 1S2 :
Honolulu T, A Lloyd
Ewu find Waianao S. Ilookano
Kooluupoko No. 1 Asa Kuulin
Koolauuoko No. 'J 12. 1'. Aikuu
Kooliiulou 1 j. J . Ay let t
Laliaina David Tuylor
Wailuku. . ; Win. T. Kobinson
Mukuwuo Duvid Morton
liana. J. 1'. Sylvii
Molokai and Lanai
llilo and N. Hilo ....A. C. Willfong
Haniakua Chun. Williams
South Koliala. . Wilmot Vredenbnrg
North Koliala Ebon 1 Low
North ICona I. ICaoleinakulc
South Komi Tlios. II. Wright
Ivau O. T. Sliipnnui
Puna J. E. Klderts
Wiiimca and Niiluvi Th. Brandt
Koloa A. K. Mikn
Lihuo J. B. Uanaiko
luiwailiau S. lCeui
Uuimlei W. E. Doverill
H. A. W1DEMANN,
, Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, Juno 221S02.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the proee:?s of deepening the
channel ut the entrance to Honolulu
haibor the Diedger will be in opera
tion night and day. At night there
will be a danger signal placed on the
forward derrick of Dredger about 110
feet above sea level, which can bo been
by all vessels appioaehing the harbor.
Thf bignal consibU Bed Bed
of lliiee red lights
and a white light
as in the diagram, Whito
tlio red lights being
about Ji feet apart
wiih the white light
mi the center. Bed
All (steamers crossing the bar will
stop ut a s,afe distance from the Dred
ger and give one blast of their whistle
which will be answered by a single
blast from the Dredger, to be fol
lowed by three blasts from the Diedg
er when the passage is clear and the
The Tug will be on hand .when not
otherwise engaged to assist sailing craft
in passing the Diedger when necob
Biity. C. N. SPENOEB,
Minister of the Inteiior.
lnleiior Oilice, March 9, 1892.
Honolulu, June 21, 1S92.
In iiceoid.inee with Sec. J of Chap
ter XXVII. of the Laws of 1S&(.
All pel sons holding water piivilege.
or those paying water latcs, are here
by notified that the water rates for
tiie teim ending December .'(1,1892,
will be due and payable at tlio ollieo
of the Honolulu Watei Woiks, on the
lirstd.iy of July, 1892,
All such rates remaining, unpaid
for fifteen days after they aie due,
will be subject to an additional 10 per
Kates are payable at the oflico of
the water works in tlio Kapuaiwa
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are horeby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation purposes are from (i to 8
o'clock a. ji., and -1 to (5 o'clock r. ji.
until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
fcJupt. Honolulu Water Works.
0. N. Si'KNOEH,
Minister of the Inteiior.
J. K KEKAULA, Esq., has this
day been appointed an Agent to take
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts
for '.ho Dibliicl of Ivau, Island of Ha
waii. C. N. SI'ENOEK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Intuiior Ollieo, Juno 21, 1892.
K, K.HJVKN, Esw., has this day
bmiu appointed an Agent to take Ac
knowledgments to Labor Coutiacts
fur llitf Didtriut of Wailiiku, Inland of
Miuii. 0. N. Hl'KNUKK,
Minibtor of the Interior.
Jntorior Oilloo, Juno 21, 1892.
i'i i luwJ'"ii n')rtJt'i'wtwiw'iiiajiitJi'ia'taiiilMwJiuU'MiMi
Rotiuu to Coi porullons.
In conformity with Section 1111 of
the Civil Code, ull corporations art
hereby requested to mako full and ac
curate exhibition of their n Hairs to
the Inteiior Department, on or beforo
Ihu 31 t da of July, proximo, tho
same being for the year ending July
Blanks for this purpose will ho fur
nished upon application at Hie Interior
C. N. 8PHNC15K,
Minister of the Interior.
MR. 10S1A 1CAIIALUALANI has
this day been appointed an Agent to
Grunt Marriage Licenses for the Dis
tiict of Waianac, Island of Oahu.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interior Olllce, June 21, 1892.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the beverit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1892.
A letter has been received from
Dr. McLennan, disclaiming any col
lusion with the backers of the resolu
tion in which his name was used in
the Legislature. It lias to be deferred
to day for lack of space.
The report of the Treasurer of the
Kapiolaui Maternity Home appears
in this issue. It shows a balance on
hand of S1G30.-U at the cloe of
1891, which is $398.31 less than the
balance at the beginning of the year.
This does not appear to be a bad
showing, especially if the services
rendered have increased. The Home
is a beneficent institution which has
a strong claim on the help of philan
tluopists of means as well as assist
ance from the public treasury.
"A Passenger," whose letter ap
pears to-day, may do well to be an
gry if the comfort of a few should
not be subordinated to the vital wel
fare of the many. The steamer
would have been quarantined anyway
under the existing regulation against
small-pox from Japan, but the pre
sence of measles on board is an ad
ditional icason of great weight. If
our correspondent knew of the woe
and loss that has befallen this coun
try in its history from the introduc
tion of epidemic diseases from with
out, he would not be disposed so
freely to indulge in raillery at the
reasonable precautions taken now
against such dire visitations.
S. S. YAMASHIRO MARU.
Editor Hullittin :
In leading your note on the arrival
of the Yamasliiro Maui in harbor in
the issue of 21st inst., Captain Brown
was happily surprised to learn that
"his fiiends will be glad to see him
The welcome given to this ship
and its gallant captain is somewhat
unusual. On its first arrival the
steam launch bearing the Health
Olllcer came off with signal already
Hying, "You will be quarantined,"
and the ship had to drop anchor out
iide the harbor. Some progress was
made yesterday in the ship getting
into harbor and the immigrants land
ed on the Quarantine Station.
The ship's olllcers, crew and five
saloon passengers arc still imprisoned
on the ship, but the quarantine rcgu;
lations apparently do not apply to
cargo, which is being disembarked.
I have no doubt, however, that in
this stringent port all the goods, in
cluding silks and sake, etc., will be
passed through the lire or a bath of
carbolic acid before being landed and
cleared. The saloon passengers aie
all prepared to undergo a like pro
cess. Meantime Captain Brown ts pining
to meet his Honolulu friends, and
the saloon passengers are much con
cerned at the treatment which is be
ing meted out to them oil their return
from the heathen and unenlightened
Fur East, and they regret that there
is no Habeas Corpus Act in force in
this "l'arudibe of the Pacific."
Will you, Mr. Editor, kindly aid
us all you know and ask the numer
ous churches to pray for the deliver
ance of us all and more especially ot
Again, J. M. Horner whimpers
forth his twaddle on the subject of
pioliibiliou in the Advertiser of June
9. How much like the mock trial
the Jews gave Jesus is the moek
philanthropy of Mr. Horner with pro
hibition! "Thou hypocrite, first cast
out the beam out of thine own eye;
and then shall thou see clearly to
cast out the mote out of thy broth
er's eye." Theko words were spoken
by Hun who both made and cliank
wine. The Master is without sin,
Docs .Mr. Horner dare to charge the
Master with crime? I awuit his
answer. S, S.
The best spring iiii'dleinu is a dosu
or two of St. Patiick's Pills, They
nut only physic hut uluanuo the whole
teybteiu and purify the blood. For
bulu by Benson, Smith & Co,, Agents,
SPOOKS ON HAWAII.
Nomlhlnc tlm r.xtmiltior Khoulcl
Ilnvn Manniril"Hllly Htiiry of
It was previously reported that tho
mysterious apparition of a woman
had greatly puzzled and awed not u
few of the inhabitants of Kau, Ha
waii. This female spook is thought
by the natives to be Madame Pole.
Captain Simerson of the Hull is
authority for tho following account
which he extracted from some natives
One day recently, tho story runs,
a native woman and child living near
the shore went out fishing, ict inning
witli an abundant supply including
3ca-eggs. They had just spread
out their repast when they hoard
footsteps outside. Tho woman
went to the door and theie met a tot
tering, elderly, wrinkled woman. The
visitor was asked to share the dinner.
What was the surprise of the owner
of the house when the visitor picked
up sea-eggs and munched them
whole, regardless of the sharp spines.
When remonstrated with she said
that was the piopor way. Before
leaving she said that she would visit
them in the near future as a
young woman. Thinking the visitor
a supernatural being the owner of the
house tip-toed to the door to see
where she went. When she reached
the door the visitor had vanished.
Another instance of this mysteri
ous woman's visits was at Pahala. A
native had deserted the Pahala plan
tation contract service and located
in a cave in the mountains. Awak
ening one morning he saw an old hag
huddled in a corner of the cave, witli
her knees up near her enrs. He did
not take any notice of her this time,
but one morning instead of an old
woman he saw a pretty young woman.
She accosted the deserter and said if
lie remained an honest man and would
do no wrong for forty days he would
merit her favor and would have
wealth. She pointed to a corner of
the cave and told him to dig there
and lie would find money. Then she
vanished. As requested he went to
the corner of the cave and found
that the deeper lie dug the more
mouey lie found. He went into town
and spent money lavishly, drinking
and carousing. He was never in
lack of funds. One day, however,
after a night's spree he desired to
find the cave, but failed to even see
a trace of it. Captain Simeison says
he is still looking for it.
This spectral woman has been seen
by many in broad daylight in two
forms, young and old. The natives
are becoming frightened and the
more superstitious are of the opinion
that these visits are the haibinjer of
either an overflow of lava from Pele
or a ,idal wave.
Captain Nemling and olllcers of the
Austro-Hungarian corvette Fasana
were entertained at Iolani Palace at
noon to-day, by Her Majesty the
Queen. The Royal Hawaiian Orches
tral Band was in attendance and ren
dered the following program during
Overtuie Norma Bellini
March Slyiian Sounds Seyfert
Duet Two Lovely Eyes. Millocker
Waltz Danube Waves Ivanovici
"Hone Ao Nei." "Wai Mapuna."
Overture Enchantment. . , .Herman
Minuet Oiiginal Boccevini
WalU Gasperonne Millocker
March Bai ctzky Strauss
The Austrian Anthem.
The following was the menu:
Fried Mullet, Mayonnaise Sauce.
Chicken Cutlet, with Olives.
Broiled Mutton Chops, Green Peas.
Cold Boned Turkey, Aspeo Jelly.
Tea. CoKeo. Liquor.
Besides the guest of the occasion,
Captain Ncmliug, there were pres
ent: His Excellency A. S. Cleghorn,
His Excellency Saml. Parker, Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs, Mr. II. F.
Glade, Consul for Austria-Hungary,
Mrs. Glade, Mr. F. A. Scl.aefer,
Dean of the Consular Corps, ami
Mrs. Schacfer, Lieutenants Hcinrich,
Baron Heizlau and von Meyern;
Doctor Pillvax, Paymaster Starch;
Honorable and Mrs. C. B. Wilson,
Miss Glade, Col. C. P. Iaukca, Ma
jor the Hon. James W. Robertson,
II. M.'s Chamberlain.
Mr, Gladstone is known among
his colleagues in public life as "tho
man with u terrible memory," and
yet it has been said of him that he
has forgotten more than most British
statesmen ever knew.
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levey.
TO-MOltltOW, Juno 2.Jd,
AT IZ OMILIIOU NOOX,
I will sell at Public Auction ut the Old
Custom House Wlmif
30 Cords Firewood !
leV Delivered (ice of cliuigo In the
followlug limits i h'uwahihau Chinch,
.School and Nuiiami sliccU and Jt. J.
Linvjs ,j. IjIsvisy,
l&a It Auctioneer,
Kx " Ilpnmnrc."
The Pacific IKnmvAnn Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Dmilton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sct9, 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 Avcnarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AnGtion Sale ofHorses
On SATURDAY, June 25th,
A. r- t o TV"W !J
At the stables at tho rear of the olllce of
,f. I. Dowsott, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction about
20 Head of Mares fi Colts
Sonic broken to saddle and har
1 PAIR OF GRAY PONIES,
Uioken to harness.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
453 3t Auctioneer.
Groceries & Lipors !
By order of Mkssus. II. HACKFELD
& CO , I will sell at Public Auc
tion, at my Salesroom,
On FRIDAY, June 2ltli,
,VT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11..
To close consignments.
Demijohns Vinegar, IJoxes Candles,
(!asc Castor & Salad Oils,
Cases Corned Beef,
French Peas, Pickles.
Crockery & Glassware
Dinner Sets, Tea Sots,
Bowls, Plates, Etc., Etc.
Beers, Wines, Brandies, Whiskies,
Caees Champagne, pints and quarts;
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. AIORG VX,
451 4t Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
I will sell at Public Auction at my Sales-
On MONDAY, June 27tli,
AT li O'CLOCK .VOO.V.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
Situated at Niiipiiip.il. Honolulu, at rear
of Iolani College.
Containing 27-100 Aeie. There is a
Dwelling House on the pi cinisus.
2 TARO PATCHES
Near above Lot containing 18-100
tSf Deeds at puiuhsisciR1 expense
For further particulars, apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
152 5t ' Auctioneer.
Having heretofore, to wit, on the
25lh day of JUay, 1892, distrained for
arrears of rent of tlio Ohinoho Theater
premises, King htreet. tlio following
Goods and ChattelH, to wit:
8 Cbe.itb containing Chiuct-o Cloth
ing, Garments and I'araplieru ilia,
Masks, Fans and Suudricti umm! in
Chinese plays, 1 Cliiueto Joss, Lumps,
Lai go Clock, Small Clock, L.uiternw,
Chairs, Tablet, Flags, Fans, Oina
iiiuntB, Ghiiicbo Musical Instruments,
Chinese Weapons, Sofas, Stop Lad
ders, etc., etc., all iised in baid Chi
nese Theater, tho same being tlio pro
perty of Chook l'un On & Co.
Notice is hereby given that in ciimi
of non-pay men t of mioli an ears of
rent and costs within 15 days fiom
this dato the said Goods aiid'CnattelH
will bo told at I'ubliu Auction, to wit,
on MONDAY, tlio 27th day of Juno
inst., -at 12 o'clock noon of said day,
at tlio ChincRo Theater premises on
King street, Honolulu, near tho Oahu
Railway & Laud Co.'s ollieo,
VIM QUM and
WONG CI 10W.
Dated Honolulu, Juno 10, 1802.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER fj & BUILDER.
Jobbing piomptly attended to,
B4 Beretanla 81. mvtir Oe'l Tclo. 200.
40 1 Uin
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00,
mUMASlU A. 3IcJllJIUY, iToNlilcnU
Bssues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It lins paidlts members wnco its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LIARS,
Its New Distribution Polioy is tlio most liberal ever ottered by any Insurance Company.
& For full particulars apply to
, .. e. .IB. BSOfii';.,
I-JI n.....1 A i I .1... it .. M . , I y
SIXTH. ANNUAL MEETING
Racing Association !
Monday, July 4, 1892.
Races to Commence at 10 o'c'ock.
1st RACK Sl'KECKELSVILLE
Running Race, -inilo dash. Free
for all Hawaiian bred horses.
2d RACE WA1KAPU PURSE.
Running Race, -mile dug.li. Fiec
3d RACE LAIIAINA PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing, 1-mile
heats; best 2 in 3, to harness.
For all horses without a lecord of
.'1 :20 or better.
lth RACE WA1LUKU PURSE.
Running Race, -t-inile and repeat.
Fiee to all Hawaiian bred horses.
oth RACE KAIIULUI PURSE.
Running Race, 1-mile dash. Free
Gth RACE II AN A PURSE. $123.
Trotting and Pacing, 1-mile
heats; best 2 in Ii, to harness.
Free to all hores with no better
record than Ii :00.
7th RACE KU LA PURSE. $50.
Running Race, 4 mile dash. For
Ponies 14 hands and under, to
carry 100 lbs. and upwards.
8th RACE MANA CUP. Value
$150 or its equivalent in coin.
Running Race, lj-inilodiibh. Fieo
to all Hawaiian bred horaos.
0th RACE WAH1EE PURSE.
'Plotting and Pacing Race. 1
niile heals, best .'1 in 5 . Ail hoi
st's with a lecoul of 2 ISO or better
to go to toad cut and cany 185
10th RACE CORINTHIAN. Gold
Medal, value S50. Euliaiicc
Running Race, 1-ni dardi. Wel
ter weigln-. Free to all iiiembeis
of tlio Association.
11th RACE QUEEN LIL1UOKA
LANI CUP. Purse SI 50.
Running R.ico, 1-inile dash. Fiee
12th RACE POLO CUP. Purse
$10. Entrance fee $7.50.
Running Race, -niile dash. Own
ors to lido, welter weight. For
inenibois of any Polo Club in tho
13th RACE MULE. Purse $50.
Running Race, i-iuilo dash. Catch
weights. Free "to all.
1-ltli Race SWEEPSTAKES. $50
each; $10 forfeit.
Running Race, jj-iniloduhh; han
dicap. :ji50 each, 10 forfuit. As
sociation adds $50. Pico to all.
All entries closo at 12 o'clouk noon
on THURSDAY, Juno 23, 1802, it
tho ollieo of the Secretary, and all
entrance fees are 10 percent unless
All Races to bo inn or trotted un
der tho rules of tho Association, and
all horses are expected to start, unless:
diawn by 12 o'clock noon, Satuidav,
July 2, 1802.
J fil. VETiilSSftN,
IIOU.SE beluw the Pil
i Mia, contains 5 loni,
UlnliiL'i oiiiii. l'aiitrv. Kitchen
anil llalli, Item, fclj lu'i'inonili Alinly
" u. 1. I' r..H. . niv,, 1
m hit At 11 l- Wleliiimii'b.
Whun you want n i'orintit
Knlai'i;Ml cull on Kint; Bros,,
W1 (heir irh:o IIhI, anil hco
BiinipluH. Thuy can't bo boat.
1UI ' I IlLUUUJJKa
: HAVE OPENED TI1EI11
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaaliumauu Stroot, Ground Floor, with a
Large Assortment of Now Giofls n "Binm."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
Mew Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
KPRSCES REDUCED gg
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Port Street, Honolulu.
T 11 JE
Ornamental ! Ecouoinlc.il & Duiuhle!
Eddy's Old EsTAnusunn
Ice Ghosts & MriOTlsrs,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat'on Tools, Implements & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils I
Always the saino; nvule by a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWARB CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block, Fort & Me'rehant stieets.
A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE
JUST DECEIVED BY
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
KM) Korl Street, : : : : : Honolulu. II. I.
iarB s. smwb
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Giummtuod to ha Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
aaTTlio Artolino Ulaulc Stocking1 aro I ho IIohI. Mado -j
.Jm& Ml VAL PICUMISKS, y
eVH'SE . lltJ'titanh kiicKt, opixi.
II i'1, hilu luil-MMul t'lnncli. Ap -
'y'",, K. 1. LILLIIC,
U82 U At Tlico, 11, iJuvloa & L'o.
OF NEW YORK.
vjcucrni Jieiib lur inc Hawaiian inlands.
1' tow vj; a
AW ten-? M-jiJf'JH4ii!
. - S
,8bi - Amr3
,a'PVO Nicely Kninhilied
, -WW-wS .1 Jtnoins eenlrally luuated,
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