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Tlio Minister of Finance approves
of the following list of persons lo net
nB Deputy Awoasors and Collectors
for the year 1S92:
Honolulu T. A. Lloyd
Ewa find Waianno S. llookuno
Knolnupoko o. 1 Asa Kuulin
Koohvnpoko No. 2 12. i Aiktio
Koolauloa L. J. Aylclt
Luhuina David Tnylor
Wailuku Win. T. ltobinsun
Mukuwiio David Morton
llnnu J. P. Sylvu
Molokui and Lnnai
llilo ami N. Hilo ....A. C. Willfong
Hanuikua Clias. Williams
Soutli Koliala. . Wilmot Vr-nlenburg
North Kohala Eben P. Low
jNoith Kona J. lvaoloinukulo
South Kona Thus. II. Wright
Kau 0. T. Shipnian
Puna J. E.Elderts
Waitnoa and Xiilmu .Tli. Brandt
Koloa A. K. Mika
Lihue I. B. llanuiko
Kawaihau S. Kaui
llanaloi W. E. Devurill
H. A. WIDEMANN,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, Juno 2U, 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 be a danger signal placed on the
forwaid deniek of Dredger about IJO
feet above tea level, which can be teen
by all vessels approaching the harbor.
The hignal consists,- Jted Bed
of tluee red lights
and a white light
as in the diagram, White
the red lights being
about 3 feet apart
with the white light
An the center. Bed
All steamers crossing the bar will
stop at a safe distance from the Died
ger and give one blast of their whistle
which will bo an&wered by a .single
blast from the Dredger, to be tul
lowed by tlnee blasts from the Dredg
er when the passage is clear and they
The Tug will be on hand when not
otherwise engaged to assist sailing craft
in passing the Dredger when neces
sary. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofliee, Mai eh U, I&92.
Honolulu, June 21, 1892.
In accordance with Sec. 1 of Chap
ter XXVII. of the Laws of 1880.
All pej tons holding water piivileges
or those pitying water rates, are here
by notified that the water rates for
the term ending December HI, 1S92,
will be duo and payable at the ollice
of the Honolulu Water Works, on the
first day of July, 1892,
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they aie duo,
will be subject to an additional 10 per
Bates are payable at tlio office of
tin- water woiks in the Kapuaiwa
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Notice to Corporations.
In I'onfonnity with Section Mil of
the Civil Code, all corporations arc
hereby requested to make full and tie
filiate exhibition of their alliiirs to
the Interior Department, on or before
tlio iilet day of July, pioximo, the
tamo being for the year ending July
Blanks for this purpose will bo fur
nished upon application attho Interior
C. N. JSI'ENUEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Ho.NOl.UMJ, H. J Due. 2, 1801.
'r.t.itrn of wnlor jwiviUujoH.or Unf
ly water rul, are liuroby null
! that the hnurts for iminK watei fin
inutii'ii purjHMU are from (i to H
'"V' k A. ii., uud '1 u (1 o'clock V, V.
until furUiur nutiiitt.
JQUXi a. WHIVlt,
Httja, lluiioiwlu W uiw Warkt.
1?urui? Ollloo AS'oiiU(Ji
Pennies- Oiticb, ;
llOKOLCLU, Juno 80, 1892. f
Tltl? tiny lind audience f Uto Queen :
Miij'ir Jnmw liny Wiidehniue, II.
D. M.'8 Cointni-sioiu-r and Consul
Captain Uustnco llnnke, It. N , II.
D. 51. S. Champion ;
Lieutenant E. Nithsdalo Wrlglil,
U.N, 11. D. M. S Cli.uiipinn ;
Surisi-nn llichud V. Bale, It. N.,
11. 1). M S. Cli.mipion;
Lieiitcn.int J-lm Marehantc, It. M.
L. 1,11. 11. M. S. Cbampi.in;
Midshipman It. M G. Knight, It
N., II. B. M S. Champion.
To which audience Major Wode
house was introduced by His Excel
lency Hon. Samuel Parker, Her
Majesty's Minister of Foreign Ail'airs,
and Captain Booke by Major Wode
house. Captain Booke then presented
Her Majesty was attended on tills
occasion by His Excellency Hon. A.
S. Cleghorn, Governor ot O.ihu, His
Excellency Hon. Samuel Parker, Min
ister oi Foreign Affairs, His Excellen
cy Hon. Hermann A. Widemann,
Major tin- Hon. James W. Bobertson,
Chniiiheiliiin of the Royal Household,
Colonel the Hon. Curtis Piehu laukea,
A. D C, Coloiul the Hon. John Rich
nitLoti, .V 1). ('., and Colonel the Hon.
Etlwaul K. Lihkalani, A. D. C, and
Mrs. C In iles B. Wilson and Mrs.
Chuiles H. Clark as Ladies-in-Wait-ing.
Pledged to uctticr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1892.
The Oakland, California, train
robbery is matched by the robbery
of a bank messenger in the streets of
the city of London. It is a further
coincidence that the amounts stolen
correspond with each other about
$15,000 in eacli case.
The commiteo of finance brought
in a new Act relating to the Postal
Savings Bank in place of the one in
troduced b' Minister Widemann.
P. C. Adccrtisa; June 2S.
The Act is the Act as originally
intioduccd with ttvo or three amend
ments by the committee.
"A Hip to Mauna Loa and the
great crater of Mokuawcoweo," ad
vertised by the Volcano House Com
pany," piesents an opportunity, one
may say, of a lifetime for seeiug
some of the most remarkable" vol
canic phenomena of these islands.
Any resident in whose prospect is
the chance of removing permanently
from the country will, if he has the
means but does not embrace the
opportunity, have a regret to carry
ava with him lo another land for
letting the privilege slip. Visitors
from abroad who can afford it will,
if they fail to make the trip, be able
to accuse themselves of having wil
fully neglected seeing some of the
greatest wonders of the islands.
UTILIZING THE VOLCANO.
It was a good day for the country
when an enterprising company took
hold of Hawaii's great attraction
the Volcano of Kilauca to work it
ui) for tourist patronage. So fitful
was the puli ouugc previously that the
tleamsliip companies could not have
been expected to make large outlays
for the entertainment of guests at the
Volcano House. Worked as a spec
ialty by a corporation the case is dif
ferent, the results of the chnnge be
ing seen in a large and commodious
hotel, a proper utilization of the sul
phur steam for health purposes, con
venient arrangements for free choice
of routes going and coming, also for
duration of guests' stay at tlio Vol
cano, and other improvements. The
company further displays the true
genius of enterprise by judicious ad
vertisintr of the Volcano with all par
ticulars needed for information. Its
employment of the local press for
this purpose is wise, as papers from
Hawaii arc the ones read abroad when
kuowledgo of things Hawaiian is
sought. An advertisement on the
back page of a New York maga
zine has to bear the competition of a
hundred other of health and pleasure
resorts, and will as a rule only excite
a dreamy and half-idle interest on the
part of those who turn over the ad
THE FINANCIAL CRITIC.
.Mr. I'liurnton may lie abler with
(Kin (ii.tl mouth tlnui thu Minister of
KjiiHiiut1. ut tlio latter ubkurvud yok
U'ltliiy, but lliuru Ih not imiuh uiiku
ill Ui Ih'PlO iiivcutivu wliun duiiu.
If It ili'M nilu ii 10 Uf OkUllllklllMl,
tudling uuy llrUou ui UlO Apjna
WteUtui Ml 1$ Ui0 MgMJiiLiiry u-u
tf.tcein the Mini-dry, nil thu talk
about want of duality or perfection
ih lite financial proposals may he
fair enough. But nobody hns dared
lo 3iiggu3t that such a rule should he
nrioplcd and carried out to the utter
most consequence. The practice in
m country, both before and since
1S7, has been to ihc the Appropria
tion Bill, as submitted by the Minis
ter of Finance, merely as n basis of
action by the Legislature. There is
another reason why Mr. Thurston
and any who may echo his senti
uie. its should avoid hasty dentin
cation of the Ministry's quies
ci'iice over the legisla'ive mangling
of its budget. Husiness men need
only be consult eil to inform the sa
pient Solons that within the past
mouth, or since the Appropriation
Bill was prepared, there has beeu a
very evident increase of financial
stringency. Indeed, it i3 because
many of the members are aware of
this fact that the House has been
seized with a disposition to pull the
public purse strings tighter than the
Finance Minister had deemed neces
sary when he prepared his well-balanced
bill. It was town talk for
some time that Mr. Thurston was
conceiving revenge under his tongue,
for the satisfaction of ancient scores
with the Minister of Finance. When
he thought the time had come, how
ever, he was not so well equipped
with poison after all. The perform
ance was not that of an astute finan
cial critic, but rather the outburst of
a common and chronic old wife scold.
The Future l'riii'lial of Knmcliu
ui el i ii School Taken to Illmxcir n
Mr. Theodore Richards, Principal
elect of Kamckanieua Schools, and
Miss Mary Cushing, eldest daughter
of Hon. and Mrs. J. B. Atherton,
were married at the residence of the
bride's parents yesterday evening.
Rev. E. G. Ueckwith, D. D., pastor
of Central Union Church, olllciated,
being assisted by Rev. W. IJ. Oie
sou, Principal of Kamehameha
Schools. Only the members of the
bride's family and a few intimate
friends weie present at the cere
mony. Mr. Anderson, a K.imehaniclia
teacher, was best man, and Miss
Lowrey bridesmaid. Arrayed in a
robe of white silk trimmed with
chiffon lace, veil and orange blos
soms, the bride looked fair as a lily.
The bridesmaid was dressed in pink
silk with short train and chiffon
niching at the neck. W'ien the cere
mony and fond salutations of parents
and friends were over, the couple
moved to the receiving point in the
handsomely decorated parlors. A
great many invitations had been is
sued for the reception, and but few
of the people invited could have
stayed away. There was a crush ot
guests from nine to teu o'clock, not
withstanding the amplitude of the
apartments thrown open on both
floors. It would have been useless
without a squad of reporters to at
tempt making a list of the throng
that strolled through the rooms and
grouped about the verandas. "Every
body was there," is near enough the
truth for general information.
Carriageways and footpaths through
out the tropical park in which the
house is embowered were thickly lined
with colored lanterns, producing ef
fects of remarkable brilliancy and
beautj'. Over all an electric lamp
aloft in the foliage 'shed a cheerful
glow. The Hawaiian Band played
on the grounds. Between the band
selections the Kainchaincha Glee
Club, standing oil the front veranda
just outside of where the couple
stood, sang the songs tlio bridegroom
had taught them so well in the school.
Light refreshments were kept in ac
tive circulation, the clink of spoon on
plate accompanying the all-pervading
hum of pleasant conversation. In
odd corners might be seen the initial
stages of similar happy events in the
future. Mr. and Mrs. Atherton took
care that none of the guests did not
feel at home.
The happy couple left by the Ala
meda for San Francisco to-day. Mr.
Richards will spend a large portion
of their stay in the States in gaining
further insight into the most approved
methods of industrial education, so
as to be thoroughly equipped for the
responsible duties of the Principal
ship of Kamehameha Schools as suc
cessor to Mr. Oleson. He is to be
congratulated on winning and wed
ding bo amiable and cultivated a
wife, who was an ornament of the
l'unahoii schools from the first of the
preparatory course to her graduation
from the college with honors. Long
and happy be the wedded career of
air. and Mrs. Richards.
S. S. ALAMEDA.
The S. S. Alameda discharged
Sydney pilot June lUth, at h :02 p.
m ; stopped for Auckland pilot June
J 7th, at I p. in ; discharged Auck
land pilot June 18th, at ;i p. m. ;
stopped for Apia pilot on 22d, at 1
p. ni. ; discharged Apia pilot at I ;ll!
). in. ; stopped for Honolulu pilot
June 29th, at !) p. in. Timu, II!
days, 19 hour, Ilfi minutes from
Sydnoy ; 1 1 duyn, 22 hours, 1 1 mill
iUuh from Auckland. Experienced
N. N. K. itiul V.. N. E. winds from
latitude 212 kouth. Arrived Hono
lulu June 29lh uLli:!)0 p. in.
The bul uprilig lui'illuliiu i ii doku
or luo of lil. I'uliiuk'k 1'ilU. They
nut unly pliywo but cltikiikii thu hIiuIu
kyUm miilI purify Utu UUmhI. fur
gab U' niion, kutUh ii. Ui),, AguuU.
The pACirto IIaudwaue Co., Ld.,
have just received from England nn
invoice of the well-known Doiilton
Ware, comprising Break fast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Planlntion Tools
and Supplies It very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oil.
Carbolineuin Avemuius by llic bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
July 4, 1892,
Commencing at 10:30 a. m. Sharp.
Open to all Yachts over f tons and
not exceeding 10 tons in measure
ment, provided, however, that this
limitation shall not apply to Yachts
which wore in Hawaiian waters and
that entered for the race July 1,
The Hawaiian Challenge Cup
and Pennant for 1892.
Donated by the Hawaiian Rowing
& Yaciitino Association in 1889, to
b sailed for annually and condition
ally under its auspices.
Won July 1, 1889, by Yacht
Won July 1, 1890, by Yacht
Won July -1, 1891, by Y'acht
Yachts will assemble off the Pacific
Mail Dock at 10 a. m. A prepara
tory gun will be fired on the Judge's
boat at 10:15 a. m. The starting
gun will be fired at 10:30 a. ji.
fiST 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 olllcc
of the Secretary on Fort street until
2 i-. m., SATURDAY, July 2d.
C. B. WILSON,
J. M. DOWSETT,
C. P. IAUKEA,
W. M. GIEEARD,
Ml lie Deceived !
In seeking a medium wherein to adver
WARES or WANTS
Don't he deceived by the declarations of
unscrupulous publishers, but
examine Into the
Of the two English dailies. You will
llud that while Die Bui.i.i'.tin is
Hot continually boasting,
IT GETS THERE
In a way very gratifying to mlvertUerR.
FOURTH OF JULY
r piIOHU wishing to biiubuiIIk) for tlio
i celebration of the coming Fourth
will llml Suhm'lptluii LIsU at the fol
lloliron, Newiium it Co..
llnlllxttir & Co..
IIuiimiii, Suillli iV- Co.,
Hawaiian Haul ware Co,
I.ViM For thu lilt of July.
AIOhHI'H. KJnjy lU'UH, IU'l
hIiowIhh' a lino linn of Hmiii
Itoo mill ntlmr Hlylo I'urlnr
KiihhIh, Willi Ilnuiluita and
Window Uoi'iiimtH lit jiHuoh
to moot Llio.Uinow,
aMT-jiiB.iiiiimM.TtmmwtA!i."l' n u'nii. i Lut 'mun 'i m'u .m
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE ' GO.
KIOESAKO A. JlcUUKHY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its members since its organisation THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0L1ARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
Ear For full particulars apply to
ri. J. 1 T f H ;,
Genera! Ajient for the Hawaiian Islands.
"-- .'.' I !
Aucton S'Ibs by fowls J. Levty.
Nolii'i- i li ivbv j.) von Unit in ur-emil-iilii'i'
wild ti Inw in Mivb ra-e ininli
anil p-oviiled, 1 will imui' lo be sold die
following nitlelesot Huong Chung Toinr,
taken by mo in dltr.ihilim for rent, to
1 Clock, 1 Medicine Clutter. 1 ltamboo
Lounge, 1 Step Ladder, 1 Folding Tabic,
2 Square Tables, 2 Chairs, 2 titools, I
Lamp and a tiuantity of Medicines and
my Salil salt' will take plneo at the
Auction Salesrooms of Lkwis ,!. Lr.vr.v,
Auctioneer, corner of Kort and Queen
street, on FIUDAY, July lfitli, at 10 a m.
I5S lot NGGOOX.
A Trip to fauna Loa
Great Crater of Mokuawcoweo,
Special arrangements have been
made by the Volcano House Company I
ior Hooding it party 10 mo lop oi iUa
ii ti it Loa.
THE PARTY WILL LEAVE HO
NOLULU ON THE STMK. HALL
ON JULY 15 and return on the
steamer Kiiiau arriving in Honolulu,
THE PUICE FOR A ROUND
TRIP TICKET, including btcamer
fare, animal, guides, blankets, foods
and all expenses will be 100,
which includes all of the regular es
peiibes of a trip to the Volcano. The
trip includes a three tlnys' stay at the
Volcano limine after the leturn from
jSTieki'ts can be obtained from
the Inlcr-IcJiind Steam Navigation
Co., and full information will be sup
plied by mid Com puny, E. C. Mac
rAKi.ANj:,Treasiirer,or L. A. Tiiuhton,
Secretary of the Volcano Company.
Applications for tickets should be
made immediately :tb the number will
KILAUKA VOLCANO HOUSE.
Honolulu, June 21, 1892.
Special Rates For Families and
The Volcano Home rates from and
after this date will he:
R Hind Trin. no uiul ri'l.nrn liv
binne route, 7 days $50
Up by way of Kau, lottirn by
way of Hilo, 11 days ". .$70
Up by way of Hilo, return by
way Kau, M days $80
Hoard and Lodging at Volcano
Houbo, $1 per day.
To Holders of Round Trip Ticket
staying ovei, and any ono Maying
over live day, $15 a day for all oxcei-i-over
To families or paitics of four and
iipwaids, holding tickets and Maying
over, or Maying after livo d.iy.s, $2.50
Childieu under five, with paiuutb,
Children between live and Ion, half
KILAUKA VOLCANO HOUSE CO.
June 21, 165)2.
rea- a TTOUcjK within 15 inliiittu'
L-yIjg l walk from Pot Olllcu,
SSSSfesWr containing Dhiiugroimi, Par
lor, 3 Large hi.ed bedrooms, Kitchen,
Pantry. Bathroom, etc., cto. Addrenn,
with full ituitlciilais. "P. 0. liox 87."
-Wi. to, X10B C'ottuyo on Iliire
fl'Jtt JTi. tmilii stieec near I'ilLoi
l4iia utreet, ciiulaiiiln I'arlnr, Two
Iteiliouuis, liathrouiii, Dlnlii-ioitin,
r.iutry ami Kitchen; .Servaut'n itouin,
UarrliiKo IIinie, Stable, etc. Traiueurs
pagneveiy 20 minuted. Aiijily ulljce of
thib paper. !& if
FOJ KENT or LEVSK
'PI1E Premln'b on Kiiunu
I fcin'ct lately oi'ciiplml hy
A. It Ntiiiiie, a Mew and
Diihlrahlti llniue i'iiiiiiiIiiIiil; Klielmu,
ilaihioinu, ell' , etc. AUu, OiilhuiiDUit
mi the piciulr-es, will ho reuled ur
li'u-t'd I'tiuua.lnu ;lvuu Ut id July.
Apply on the pi uiiiImw.
IfiVliu A. 11. nauni:.
Tin) hunt tiling (o honil to
,Mur IVIuikIh hIm'oikI Ih Klntr
Hi'oh.' liliibd'iitiHl Houvouir
oi Hawaii, wliloli Ih goltuu
up ior tlio iiii'M)ho lind Ih
not mi iidvortlHomont.
1JAVK OlMiNED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahumanu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Lane Assortment of Hew Goods ex "Bewore."
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
riew Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, .
IVOKY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
rX' II BC
Oriiiiincutall Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old EvrAiiusincn
Ice Cliesls k RsfrtpritoB,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantation Tools, Implenunis & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varniblius.
Vacanm Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils I
Always the same; made by a .special
process and always reliable.
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins Now Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
i i -imirrrr " " " . . -. - - - . --
illWCi'W.tW - - W. -BEMffiSaw' r
A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE
JUST RE015IVEI) 15Y
HOLLiSTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
10!) fort Street. : : .
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Gimnint mid to by Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
yTlio Ailoliiio Itlnolc HookiiiK'x tiro Host MaIo"
filtoAffl J JMfUuU lll. uHu.
Oft At nm, t iyjjyftv
OF NEW YORK.
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i Honolulu, II. I.
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