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Jf BY AUTHORITY.
The Minister of Finance n; proves
of llio following list of person- to nel
na Deputy As?eurs and Collectors
for the year 181)2:
llonnlulu T. A. Lloyd
Ewa.nnil Wtiliumo S. linokuiio
ICooluiipoko No. 1 Asn Kuuliii
Koolitupoko No. 2 E. P. Aikuo
Koolitulon J. Aylett
Luliiiiim Duvlil Tnylor
Wniluku Wm. T. Robinson
Muknvuo David Morton
lltinii J. P. Sylvu
Molokui unil Lniinl
Hilo and X. Hilo A. C. Willfong
llaninkua. Olms. Williams
South Koliala. . . WilnioL Vredonburg
North Kolmlu When P. Low
North Komi J. Kuoleinakiilo
South Kona Thos. 11. Wright
Kiiu 0. T. Sliipinan
rumi .1. 13. Elderlb
Wainica and Niiliau Th. Brandt
Koloa A. K. Mika
Lihui) J. B. Hunaiku
Kawaihau S. Kiwi
Ilunalei W. K. Deveiill
11. A. WIDEiMANN,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, June 22, 1892.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of deepening the
channel at the entrance to Honolulu
harbor the Dredger will be in opera
tion night and day. At night there
will bo a dangei signal placed on the
forward derrick of Dredger about 30
feet above sea level, which can be been
by all vessels approaching the harbor.
The bignal consists Bed Bed
of tluee rod lights
and a white light
as in the diagram, White
the red lights being
about 3 feet apart
with the white light
the center. Bed
All steamers crossing tho bar will
btop 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 be fol
lowed by three blasts from the Dredg
er when the passage ib clear and they
Tho Tug will be on hand when not
other n ise engaged to assist sailing craft
in passing the Dredger when neces
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, March 9, IS92.
Honolulu, June 21, 1892.
In accordance with Sec. 1 of Chap
ter XX VII. of tho Laws of 188(1.
All persons holding water privileges
or those paying water rates, are here
by notified that the water rates for
tho teim ending December III, 1892,
will be due and payable at the oilice
of tho Honolulu Water Works, on the
lirst day of July, 1892,
All such rates lemaiuing unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due,
will bo subject to an additional 10 per
Kates are payable at tho oilice of
tho water works in the Kapuaiwu
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Notice to Corporations.
In conformity with Section Mil of
tho Civil Codo, all corporations arc
hereby ieq nested to make full and ac
curate exhibition of their allai'S to
tho Interior Department, on or before
the 3Lt day of July, proximo, tho
same being for tho year ending .July
Blanks for this purpose will bo fur
nished upon application at the Interior
C. N. SPENUEH,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Deo. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or thoto
paying water ratus, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation purposON are from (I to 8
o'ulook a. m and 1 to fl o'clouk v, m,
until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
tilijil. Honolulu Water Works,
TSTP-l-Jr WlA it PWWUl'l.JPMlJWtW
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For.tnciN Ofhck. ) I
Honolulu, June 2-1, 1S02.
MR. TADAMICIII TAKECH1 has j
bprti nppointcd Hawaiian Vico-Con- j
bill nl Yokohama anil Tokio in tho
Empire of Japan.
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Ptrtlgnl to untifr Sect nor Pctrtyt
tint rvahhrtrtl tor .'fir twlit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21), 1892.
TREASON AND THE ADVERTISER.
The Advertiser has what it is to be
hoped are its last words on the trea
son prosecutions. Its hoped to be
final ulteianccs arc of the same cast
as its earlier ones. From the first
the Advertiser's comments on the
prosecutions have been of the most
despicable character. It seemed to
madden the Advertiser to And that
the Government and the Marshal
had, by taking effective measures for
nipping an insurrection in the bud,
proved itself a maligner and falsifier.
The Advertiser also showed a strong
desire to have the mistake of 1889
repeated. Its closing expressions of
sympathy with filibustercrs either
sustain this view of its course, or
else prove that it gauges current
events and appraises notorious facts
with the sagacity of a fool. For in
stance, it says the examination
"proved that the conspiracy was in a
vague, obscure and elementary stage ;
that the members of the League were
divided among themselves, full of
mutual distrust, uncertain in their
aims, without plans and without arms
and ammunition to carr out any
plans which they might have had."
The evidence did not show these
things any more or any less than tho
evidence in the treason of 1S89 trials
did in respect to that movement
which culminated in a bloody and
destructive insurrection. On the
contrary, the evidence proved a more
elaborate and belter planned scheme,
not only for capturing the govern
ment but for covering every section
of the town with a reign of terror.
Moreover, the cautious development
of the prosecution showed that much
more was known than ?vas presented
at the preliminary examination. The
evident eagerness of the prisoners
who testified in their own behalf to
gain sympathy for themselves by in
criminating others, and to put a
bland face on the mosl sinister facts
established against them, further
attested the fact of a desperate and
dangerous plot. Why did V. V. Ash
ford, a member of the Hawaiian bar,
submit to exile like a malefactor if
he was not aware of a deeper and
deadlier treason than appeared in the
strongest evidence presented? Why
should ho have flitted in stealth from
one port to another and, according
to authority furnished by the Adver
tiser itself, get on board a foreign
vessel in disguise, if he was not in
terror that the divulgcnce of the full
facts would bring down on him the
Miiniuarv vengeance of the commun
ity? Why did his brother, a mem
ber of the Legislature, and his coun
sel accoidii,g to the statement of
Hon. C. W. Ashford in the Legisla
ture negotiate with the authorities
for his ignoble expulsion from the
country, if the whole prosecution
was the ridiculous fiasco represented
by the Advertiser?
HANDICRAFT FOR JUNE.
Handicraft for Juno has been re
ceived. Among other items it con
tains the following:
We greatly regret that, owing to
ill-health, Miss Adams has resigned
at tho Preparatory. She has proved
herself a valuable assistant, aud will
be greatly missed.
Miss Emily Halstead of Waialua
has been engaged as an assistant in
the Preparatory for the coming year.
By the last mail, a letter was re
ceived from Mr. Levi Lyman, who
accepts the position of Superintend
ent of Machine Shop, and will report
for duty early in August.
I'.x " lli'imiurir."
The Pacikio IIauimvahk 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, Jtigrt, etc, etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies la very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils,
Carboliucum Avcnarlus by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
The budl spring mi'diuiuu is u dose
or tvvy of St. Patrick's Pilln, Tiuy
iiQl (inly physio hut uluuiiko thu whole
HklS)"-1 U"il purify thu blood. For
LbHJViby.UeiiBOtit Smith S. Co., AgtmW.
Clrmtii" r.xtithltlnn nf the Ncnlor
CIiihii'n In Hih)ui) Hull.
K.imehnmeha Senior School gave
a delightful exhibition in celebration
of term closlin: at Bishop Hall last
night. Visitors were cordially re
ceived at the entrance by Rev. W.
R. Oleson, Principal, and Mr. Theo.
Richards, his assistant, the older
hoys escorting them to seats.
Queen Liliiiokalani wa9 present, at
tended by His Ex. Gov. Clcchorn,
Princes Kawananakoa and Kalani
tinanh', Major Robertson, Chamber
lain, Mrs. C. B. Wilson and Mrs.
Chas. Clark, ladies in waiting.
Tho Board of Education was re
presented by Hon. S. M. Damon,
also a trustee of Kamchameha,
Messrs. W. W. Hall and Walter Hill.
Hon. J. O. Carter and Mr. C. M.
Cooke of the Board of Trustees, Chief
Justice and Mrs. Judd, Rev. E. G.
Beckwlth, D. D., and Miss Beck
with, Rev. C. M. Hyde, D. D., Revs.
S. E. Bishop and J. Waiamau, His
Excellency Saml. Parkor, Minister of
Foreign Affairs, lions. Paul Neu
mann, John Richardson, C. P. lau
kea, J. B. Atherton, W. F. Allen,
with Mrs. Allen, and J. T. Water
house, Jr., with Mrs. Waterhouse,
Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs. C. M.
Cooke, Principal Ilosmcr of Oahu
College, Prof. M. M. Scott, Mr. and
Mrs. S. C. Allen, Mr. W. R. Castle,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Castle,
Mr. aud Mrs R. Lishman, Mr. and
Mrs. Traoy, Mrs. C. A. Brown, Mrs.
Aldrich and Mrs. Arnold, Messrs.
II. Waterhouse, T. G. Thrum and
E. C. Damon, were among others
Dr. Hyde offered an invocation.
Under Mr. Richards' lead the
school sang "The Jolly Life."
Recitations were nicely delivered
by C. Jones, "A Boy's Wish," W.
Kamaua-"That Wonderful Pocket,"
and E. Robins "The Camel's La
ment." The Glee Club sang "May Song"
in good stylo.
"The Kamchameha Sentinel," a
manuscript newspaper, was read by
Frank Maby, causing much amuse
ment. "On a Bank" Werner was
sung by the school.
J. Kamnka recited "What of the
Bow," suiting the action to the word
with bow and arrow.
A. Kahilialau read a composition
on "The Legend of Lohiau."
The Glee Club sang, with fife ac
cainpanimcnt by one of the boys,
Buck's adaptation of "Annie Lau
rie." "The Tall Bonnet," a farce tak
ing off the old grievance of theatres
signified by the title, was happily
performed by S. Leslie, E. Robins,
11. Makanani, I. Pahec and II. May.
The school chorus rendered "The
Maiden of the Fleur de Lys."
Recitations were given by B. Rick
ard "The Trick of a Tramp," and
J. Aca "Shenandoah."
"Eleile," a Hawaiian glee, was so
well Bung by the Glee Club as to
produce an encore thai gained anoth
er song after a minute or two of per
severance. Next came a well-conducted debate
on the question, "Resolved tl'-t the
killing of Capt. Cook at Kealakekua
Bay was provoked by his own dis
honorable conduct." Ailirmative
J. Harbottle and S. Mahuka ; nega
tive II. Blake and M. Iloonani.
Then the school chorus gaye the
best singing of the evening, being
two negro jubilee songs, "Nobody
Knows the Trouble I've Seen," and
"Keep Me from Sinking Down."
Declamations were delivered dig
niliedly by W. Manaole "Lady of
Shalott," and J. Harbottle "The
The Glee Club closed the enter
tainment with Taubert's "Slumber
Principal Oleson invited the visi
tors to inspect the products of the
industrial classes arranged on tables
in the reading room, rear of the hall.
Many were the expressions of ad
miration heard over the articles of
handicraft in wood and iron. Some
of them were beautiful objects, and
the workmanship in geueral showed
exact aud skilful instruction. A
small cabinet of native woods, the
details made by the boys and the put
ting together :lone by Mr. U. Thomp
son, teacher in carpentry, was es
The Japanese immigrants that ar
rived by the Yamaslnro Maru were
released from quarantine last Satur
day at noon, and up to yesterday tho
following shipments have been made:
Waianae Sugar Co. . . 25 G
l'n in Plantation 25 (
Haiku Sugar Co 20 5
Honokaa Sugar Co. . . 100 22
Pacific Sugar Mill.... 35 8
Waiakea Mill 49 9
liainakiia Plantation. 25 (I
C. F. Hart, Niulii.... 15 4
Wainica Sugar Mill .. 25 8
Dr. J. Wight, Halawa. 14 .'(
Hawaiian Sugar Co.. . 09 1(1
Kekaha Sugar Co.... 20 5
Pupeekeo Sugar Co. .. !i0 7
Meier and Kruse !10 7
Koloa Sugar Co 55 11
Lihue Plantation !10 7
Hiimuula Sheep Sta
tion 3 1
Kilauea Sugar On. ... 50 11
Olowalu Sugar Co. . .'. 15 II
Ookala Sugar Co 25 ',i
Haw'u Com. & Sugar
Co 09 21
Waikano Ranch Co. ,, !l
A. S. Wilcox, liana-
matilii 15 5
W.Y. Homer, Lahaina 10 2
Kukaiau Plantation 15 II
The total number shipped is 605
men, 182 women. There remain 78
iiiuii and 17 woiiiun to be shipped by
Hit) W, 0. Hull on Tuctiduy. (Jraiul
loUl 8gU mini, 109 wouieu,
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A SPLEHOID PA.SAGs.
The toman line stcamMilp City of
New Ymlc is hi'giuuing to fu llli the
eiiily expectations of her" owners.
She pnived herself ycteiday mil
nently qilalilh d to bear aloft the stars
and s'tiipes by making u splendid fun"
lo Qticenslown. Thu time was G da,s
20 minutes, which hasbeen frequently
beaten, but her average houily speed
was 20.0G knots, which h unexcelled
in eastward voyages, and is a hunt
better than the best speed developed
by the City of Paris on her fastest
voyage (5 days 19 hours and 18 min
utes) to this port in Aumisl 18S9.
The Cily of New York coven d
289G knots in d.iily runs from noun
lo noon, a pciiod of a hlllo more
than 2!) hours of -158, -107, -170,
472, 470, 47 and 81 knots.
The eastward record, 5 days 21
hours and 3 minutes, was made by
the White Star steamship Teutonic
last fall over a course of 2790 miles.
Maintaining her fine average of 20.0G
knots an hour, the City of New York
could cover that eastward course in 5
days and about 19 hours.
For nearly a year lifter she made
her maiden voyage steamship men
unfamiliar with the City of Now York
regarded her as rather a failure. Her
original commander, Captain Wat
kins, who is now on the City of Paris,
always has declared that eventually
she would do quite as well as the City
of Paris. N. Y. Sun, May 25.
WHITE DARK WAYS.
B. M. Thomas, the revenue collec
tor, said yesterday that there are a
number of impostors going through
Chiuatown representing themselves
to bo customs officials. They dis
play badgos and make the owners of
the stores open their goods for ex
amination. After the men have re
tired the ownors generally fiud that
some of their goods are missing.
Quiu Lee, a merchant at 74 G
Washington street, icpoitod to Mr.
Thomas yesterday that four men had
entered his store on the day prece
ding and compelled him to display
all of the unopened cases in his
store. They exhibited badges aud
said they were United States officers.
After the' had oompleted their ex
amination and left the store, Lee
noticed that considerable of his fancy
bric-a-brac was missing from the
cases. lie had heard of other Chi
nese merchants being treated in the
same manner and consequently laid
the matter before Thomas.
Lee was told that there were no
officials doing such work in China
town. 'Phc police have been notified
and have been given a description of
the men by the Chinese. Some time
ago the same scheme was successfully
worked in Chinatown until they
learned that the police were looking
for them. S. F. Chronicle.
July 4, 1892,
Commencing at 10:30 a. m. Sharp.
Open to all Yachts over 5 tons and
not exceeding 10 tons in measure
ment, provided, however, that this
limitation shall not apply to Yachts
which were in Hawaiian waters and
that entered for the race July 4,
IP Xi, I Z MH :
The Hawaiian Challenge Cup
and Pennant for 1892,
Donated by the Hawaiian Rowino
& Yachting Association in 1889, to
bu sailed for annually and condition
ally under its auspices.
Won July 4, 1889, by Yacht
Won July 4, 1890, by Yacht
Wou July 4, 1891, by Y'acht
Yachts will assemble off the Paclflo
Mail Dock at 10 a. m, A prepara
tory gun will bo fired on the Judge's
boat at 10:15 a. m. The starting
guii will be fired at 10:30 a. m.
t&T Course to be sailed and
printed rules can be had by the
sailing masters of each Yacht on
application to the .Secretary. Lists
of entries will be open at the office
of the Secretary on Fort street until
2 i m., SATURDAY, July 2d.
O. H. WILSON,
J. M. DOWSETT,
O. P. IAUKEA,
W. M. (JIFFAUJ),
uliou'liitf n lino lino ol' Jiuni
loo and ntlim Ktylo Parlor
KiihoIh, Wall HraoUotH ami
Window ConiluoH at prlcuH
I to meot Uio.UiuuH.
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HE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
UBUI3 tCI A. .1lcOIJKIY.
Issu'es' Every Desirable Form
It has paid its members since its organization THHEE' HUNDRED AND
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by
Kay For full pai ticulars apply to
Ancd'in Salos by Jamns F. Morgan.
Uiuiei writer's Sale.;
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
1 will sell at Public Auction, at niy
SalcsioouH, for account of whom It
may concern ;
...IUiii'lc : .f j
T. H D. V.
G & 7
2 Cs. Eureka Brooms, S6 doz. ea.
Damaged on vovago of Importation per
bark "Mary S. Ames"
from Now Yoik.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
4f8 2t Auctioneer.
On TIIUHSDAY, Juno ,'JOth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Sith'Mooin. Queen stieet, 1 will
sell at Public Auction, on account of
whom it may concern:
C. & C.
No. 912 Doz. MATTOCKS,
No. 92 2 Doz. PICKS,
(54 Coils BAltHEDWIKE,
111 Oases LANTERNS.
Damaged on voyage of importation per
balk "ilaiy t. Ames" fioin
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
45S 2t Auctioneer.
The uiuh'rbigned, Administrator of
the Estate of 0. Alee, dceciu.cd, will
pell at Public, Auction at the oilice of
Chilian it Co., Honolulu,
On THURSDAY, June 30th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Large Fircpioof MeNoalo and Urban
Safe, inside diinensioiib depth 15
inches, height 00 inches', width 37
inches; 2 Pino Koa Desks, Pine Desk,
Ebony Set C)iinoeo Furnituie, inlaid
with mother of poail, containing 10
pieces; 2 Chinese Iieqlining Chairs,
Largo Kegulator Clock, Letter Press
and Stand, Common and Wicker
Chairs, 72 Cases of Tea, 2 Packages
Chinese Hats, Lot of Sundries.
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Administrator Estate C. Alec, de
Auct'on S"les by Lewis i. Levey.
Notice is hri'by given that in accord
ance witli the law in such capes made
and provided, I will cause to lie sold the
following articles of lloong Qlning Tong,
taken by me in dNtralning for rent, to
1 Clock, 1 .Medicine Cutter. 1 ISiiiiihon
Lounge, 1 .Step Ladder, 1 Kolding Table,
1 t-ipiaio Tables, 2 Chair-, '.' Stools, 1
Lamp and a iiautity of Medicine and
EkiT Said sale will take plai-o at (be
Auction Salesrooms of Luwia.l. Li:vi:v,
Auctioneer, corner of Fort and Queen
streets, on KJUDAY, July lfitli, at 10 a m.
tt lfit NG GOON.
Tolcfflo House Rales
Special Rates For Families and
Tho Volcano House rates' from and
after this date will be:
Hound Trii, up and return by
Maine route, 7 days $50
Up by way of Kiju, return by
way of Hilo, 11 day $70
Up by way of Hilo, return by
way Kau, 14 days $80
Boaid and Lodging at Volcano
House, $1 per day.
To Ilolderri of Hound TripTtckots
staying over, and any one btaying
over live ilayn, $3 a day for all oxcess
over live dayn.
To families or purlieu of four and
upwaids, holding tickets aud utayiug
over, or staying after live daya, $2,50
Ohihlioii under livo, with patents,
Children between live ami tup, half
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE CO.
bill 15i 20 It
Tho bout UUntf to koikI to
your IViondHnbroml iH King
ItroH,' IlliiHtratoil Kouvonir
of Hawaii, which Ih notion
up lor tho iHirjtoHo and Ih
not uu udvui'tluoiuuut.
HAVE OPENED THEIR
New China, Glass k Furniture Saleroom
On Kauliumanu Stroot, Ground Floor, with a
Um AswUneit of New Goads ex "Benon"
SPECIAL DISPLAY OP
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
SUew Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WAKE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
. Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
2CS JPlRMTOJKsSi 3R.H3XrJO"EO
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LUP
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ornamental! Economical & Durahle!
Eddy's Old Estaiiushud
Ice Chests k MEiraton,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantation Tools, Implement & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varni.-hcs.
Yacuura Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils!
Always the same; made by a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC UAEDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block, Fort & Merehaut streets.
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A LARGE INVOICE OP THESE
JUST RECEIVED BY
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
100 ft'ot-t fttrcut, : : . : : : Honolulu, II. I.
104 Fort Street,
O, h lb JIL C Jilii IS f)
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to be Fust Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
3yTho Afloliii!) IilneU HtnukliiKH aro tho Hunt AItilos
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OF NEW YORK.
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FOUR fVILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
any Insurance Company.
Agent for I he Hawaiian Islands.
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