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'lMlo Minister of c'iniinco approves
of llio following list of pt'tsonti lo net
Us Deputy Awrrurs mid Cullurluis ,
for Uio year 1S02 : j
Honolulu T. A. Lloyd j
13wtt nuil Wuiiuinu 8. lluokituu j
Wnlalua 1'. Muh.uilu
Ivoohiupoko No. 1 Asu lviiulin
Kuuhuipuko No. 2 12. 1 Aikue j
Koolauloa L. J. Aylett
Lnlinlna Davkl Taylor
Waltuku Wm. T. Robinson
MrtktttViio David Morton
liana J. 1'. Sylva
Molokai anil Lanai J.Nakaloka
llilo ami N. llilo ....A. C. Willfong
llnnmkua Chat.. Williams
South Koliala. . . Wilmut Vredcnburg
Xorth lvoliala Eben 1". Low
North IConn J. Ivneleninkulo
South Kona Thus. II. Wright
Ivan 0. T. Shipman
1'uun J. 13. Eldeits
AVaimoannd Niihau Th. Brandt
Jvoloa A. 1C. Mika
Lilnio J. B. llunaike
Knwaihau S. Kind
llnnsilci W. E. Dcvonll
H. A. W1DHMANX,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, June 2i2, 1S92.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of deepening the
channol at tho entrance to Honolulu
harbor the Dredger will be in opera
tion night and day. At night there
will be a dangoi signal placed on the
forward denick of Dredger about 110
feet above sea level, which can be seen
by all vessels approaching tho harbor.
The signal consists Ked Bed
of tin co red lights
and a white light
as in tho diagram, White
the red lights being
about 3 feet apait
with the white light
mi the center. Ked
All fcteameis crossing the bar will
stop at a safe distance from the Died
ger and give one blast of their whistle
which will be answered by a singli
blast from the Diedger, to be 1I
lowed by three bl.ists from the Di till
er ,w hen the passage is clear and lhe
The Tug will be on hand when not
otbei wise engaged toassistsailingcrali
in passing the Dredger when neces
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Intel iur Oilicc, March 1), 181)2.
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Pledged to neither Sici nor Party,
Hut estaoltstecl for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, JULY o, 1892.
The Louisiana Democrats are tak
ing advantage of the presidential
campaign to save the sugar bounty.
It was determined by the parly lead
ers in Congress to move for llie re
peal of the bounty. But the Louisi
ana Democrats have served notice
that if the repeal of the bounty on
the chief product of Iheir State be
enacted, they will deliver the elec
toral vote of Louisiana to the Repub
lican ticket. Late advices indicate
that the threat will piove clfective.
THE STROHCER NAVY.
The Chicago Herald of June 19
contains the following editorial para
graph. It makes the same mistake
that many othor American papers
do, in attributing AL-. JUncfarlnne's
resolution to llie Government:
Our relations with Hawaii have
been biiglitly perturbed, but the
clouds h.ve blown over, and we arc
again on friendly terms with the
island kn.gdoui. As in the case ol
the late unpleasantness with Chile,
the trouble was largely due to the
impolitic conduct of our consul. Mr.
Stevens, tho American representa
tive, made a speccli on Decora
lion day, in which he made un
favorable comparison between the
United Slates and the Kingdom of
Hawaii. The latter government
thereupon introduced a resolution
cciibiiritig the United Stales consul.
All good democrats will be relieved
to know that the obnoxious resolu
tion has been retracted. If Mr.
ll.urUon had declared war again-t
Hawaii just at this juncture ho would
have so aroused the inailial spirit ol
Ameiica as to have made his election
sure. And what's more our navy
could whip Hawaii's.
AHOTHSn VIEW OF RICE.
fcoaiu lime hjjo I had occasion lo
cxnintiii! n piece of ribe land which'
was lor sale. It was a small piece
in llio midst of a large rleo plnnta
lion. Tho owner wanted lo sell ut.
$?."iO per acre. A it was f.tr fiom
ntiy toivn ilu- price seemed lomo very
liigh; but lite ortner an old withe
called my nit en' ion to lliu fact Hint
the Chinamen had been paying him
nti annual reniul of So pur aero.
ThU was pio'i-ibly an exceptional
case, litil i lieli! thai thu usual
teiilnlt paid ioi nee lamU is lioiu SHO
to $0U per m tv. Tins suggests ?oui"
qucsiio is lo me relative lo llie duly
o i rice: Who is reipinj; Hie lienelli
or llie pto'.eclitvi o i rice, llie rice
grower or ihe owner of rice land?
If llie owmr or tne land, does lie
seem 10 ik oil that protection 'i it that
pumel.o.i is withdrawn will the rice
gioivor cease to cultivate rice or will
he simply pay a little less rent for
his laud? In thi3 latter ;ase will not
the owner of rice land still be more
fortunate than the average citizen?
Now 1 am not speaking for the
sugar planters. 1 do not wish to
help them grind tho poor down any
lower man they have already giouiul
them. But is it fair to raise the pi ice
of the ordinary necessaries of life to
many of the poorest people of the
land, that the fortunate owners of
rice land may receive such stupen
dous rentals? L may be mistaken
about this, but it seems to mc that
the author of the pamphlet concern
ing rice is throwing dust in the eyes
of tho public, and that the rice in
dustry is not in any danger of extinc
tion. If the owner of rice land has
lo step do n o.l his stilts and walk
on the cum with the rest of us I
sball not waste much time grieving
at o it it. Equal Jtstick.
FQR1UNES IN OLD BOOKS.
Bibliomaniacs are usually men.
Women have a rage for collecting old
china, old lace, fans, miniatures and
the rest, but not ofteii rare and curi
ous books. There is, however, one
woman in New York who journeyed
to Boston not long ago after a "first
edition" that was to be sold there.
She did not get it. It was a little
book of not more than thirty pages,
a first edition of Edgar A. Poo's
writings, of which only two are
known to be in existence. The vol
ume sold for SlSoO which was a little
above her figure. "1 wanted it bad
ly," site confessed, '"but 1 had to
limit my bidding, and it was below
This same woman had a fortune
tied up in rare old books. ""Why
not?" she says. "They constantly
increase in value, and it you know
what lo buy they aie as safe as peach
blow vases. You can insure them
against tire, and it would take a very
cultured thief to know what volumes
ii cirry away. I find a wondcrlui
fascination in the pursuit of a treas
ure - tl.is l'oe edition, for instance.
I'lie pi biter who got it out has been
iiaced, Iii5 descendants visited and
lii- tcconl scutched. It is positivo
i hut onlj two copies of the original
idiii'Ui sue left. No, old books arc
not loiged," she finished, in answer
to a (pic-uon. "It has been tried,
but Hie deception is sure to be dis
covert d. The old paper and old type
eanuoi be made now." New York
The following telegram from Hon.
J. O. Carter to Mr. P. C. Jones has
been extensively copied in the United
States pi ess. Mr. Carter's action
was thoughtful and patriotic, furnish
ing an effective antidote to false re
ports that were certain to be let
"Everything quiet here. Accept
no alaimiug newspaper accounts. V.
V. Ashford, 11. W. Wilcox and twen
ty others have been arrested for trea
son. Preliminary hearings on twenty
six warrants issued by Judge Dole,
of the Supreme Bench, on a full
kno ledge of facts. No excitement
.niioiig iniiiNus. The Altorney-Gcn-eial
mid Marshal are confident of
(o.iVK-ttinii. Fifty other warrants
at o in Hie hands of llie Marshal.
Our iiu.ons generally approve of the
action oi Hie government."
A piesa telegram from Toronto,
June 1, says :
"A despatch was received here
this afternoon from a brother of Col
onel Volney Ashfoid, who is under
arrest at Honolulu on the chargo of
treason, stating that there is no foun
dation for the charge and no cause
for alarm. Colonel Ashtord was born
at Poll Hope, Out., anil was educat
ed in Toronto, wheio ho joined the
A JUST COMMENT.
The following is from the Denver
"The revolution in Hawaii is at an
end. The conspirators have been
in rested and will be bi ought to trial,
it is evident that the authorities are
capable of preserving order and main
taining the government. The failure
of the revolution is the best kind of
evidence that the kingdom is capable
of maintaining its autonomy, ll is
piobable that the republican spirit is
growing, and the day may come when
a republican government will be es
tablished upon the islands, hut the
tune has not yet arrived for the over
throw of tho monarchy."
'1 he best spring medicine is a dose
or iwodf St. Patrick's Pills. They
ii'ii, only physio but cleanse the whole
hvstcin :u. I purify the blood. For
ui'ii by Bi'iison, Smith & Co., Agents,
Leo XI II is the richest man in
TuiaiuY, July f, 1892.
Assrmhly convened at 10 o'clock,
resident Walker in the chair. Mili
um of previous meeting were read
1 lie fol'owing petlliona were pre
sented and lelctred
By Bop. Wilder from 12. Colt Hob
rou llu.l S2.i0 be paid him for laud
damages. To Committee on l'ublio
By Rep. K:niauolia that all lijiht
cases of leprosy at the Leper Settle
ment be returned to Kalihl for treat
ment by Mr. Lowell. To Sanitary
Rep. Kaluna read for the first lime
a bill relating to the descent of in
heritances. Rep. Kaunamano offered a resolu
tion that 2500 be appropriated for
a schoolhousc at Hamakua, Hawaii.
To Committee on Education.
Under suspension of the rules
Rep. lvoahou presented a petition
from Central llilo, that the duty on
rice lie lemoved. lo committee hav
ing bills on the subject.
Noble Baldwin presented two peti
tions asking that the term for settle
ment of homesteads be extended.
Committee on Public Lands.
Ry Rep. lvoahou a petition from
llilo that Hawaiian be made the
ollicial language of the Kingdom.
Noble Baldwin from the Finance
Committee reported on a petition
from C. Brewer & Co. as agents of
the Onomea Sugar Co. that S338 be
refunded for double taxes said to
have been paid on a lot of sugar.
The committee slate that they are
satisfied that this is a case of double
taxation and recommend that the
Biun be placed in the Appropriation
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lilihn
stieet for sale. Il-tf
A moistoaoi:k'k notice of sale ap
pears to-day the bale next Saturday.
Aktkh shaving use Cucumber Skin
'ionic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Si'Niiun.v relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bcnbon, Smith it Co.,
Tiik Biunbwick billiaul parlors are
the most elegant pleasure lesort in
"Wiikuk shall 1 sec you this even
ing?" "Oil, same old place, the
Tiik famous "Seed Plate" for photo
graphing is attractively advertised by
Hollister .t Co.
Cokkuoati:i) iron at lowest prices
and in quantities to suit is for tale bv
J I. Hackfeld & Co.
A new supply of the celebrated
Haier Saueibrunnen is just received
by 11. Hackfeld & Co.
This evening the Pioneer Building
and Loan Association will hold its an
nual meeting and elect dii colors.
Oni: freight boat, damaged, off the
steamer Kimiii, will be sold at auction
by Jas. F. Morgan at 12 noon to-morrow.
Dm.icious coiice and chocolate will
be solved every morning eiuly at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
it Cron, Hotel stieet. 1-tf
Diti:ss.MAKiNG, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 7:t Bere
tauia street, or Mutual telephone G9G,
before 8 a. m. or f:!!0 p. m. 8-3m
II. If ackitlu it Co. announce the
arrival by tho bark J. C. Plluger, 119
days fiom Biemen, of diy goods,
groceries, oils and paints, and several
other staple lines of meicliandise.
Dn. LoLenna.v has removed to
Alaken street, opposite tho Y. JI. C.
A. hall,' premises lately occupied by
Doctor Lut.. Office hours, 9 to 12,
2 to 4 and evenings (! to 7. Sundavs:
10 to 1. Bell Tclephono, 197, Mutual,
There is a lively lime going on at
San Leandro at present over the em
ployment of Chinese, who are en
gaged in picking and packing cher
ries. The packing-house of Langley
& Cook of Sacramento leased a ware
house at San Leandro and employed a
number of people to pack cherries to
be shipped East. A few days later
llie white people were discharged and
a gang of Chinamen were put lo
work in their place. Tho reason
given for tho change was that the
white people did not puck the cher
ries properly and many of them
A mob, formed In the town, pro
ceeded to the warehouse and demand
ed thai the Chinamen be discharged.
No satisfactory arrangement could
be made with R. C, Sutton, the agent,
and the mob commenced lo thtow
sticks and stones at the Chinamen.
The latter lied for their lives and
were pursued. Some of the China
men received injuries, hut no arrests
were made. Mr. Sutton insisted on
working the Chinamen in preference
to the white people.
The packing linn informed the ob
jectors that if thoy persisted in pur
suing tho Chinamen there would he
trouble. No satisfactory arrange
ment has been arrived at as yet, ami
more trouble is expected. S. K.
Chronicle, June 5.
THE BULLETIN is the leading
I daily paper oftlie Kingdom. 50
cents per mouth.
Aactiou Sales Dy Jainos F. Morgan.
TO-MOKUOW, July 01 h,
AT l UTI.UCIl XOOX.
At the Klnmi Wlurf t will m-II at Public
Auction, fnr ncconut nf whom it
inn v ccncoin:
ONE FREIGHT BOAT
Damsigul Kx Slmr. Klnau."
II It IIS V VII.
JAS. I' 31 U II G AX,
AUCTION SALE OF
Household Furnitura !
On TILUKSDAY, July 7th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At the Residence of MR. A. K. WKIR.
Ko. 2 Kukui stieet. 1 will sell at
Public Auction the
B, W. PLUSH PARLOR SET,
Wicker Rockers, Curtains A; Pole",
Hovelled Plate Glass Minor,
New ( 'hamlcllcr-i, Pictures,
Oak Center Table,
4 Ash Marble-top Bedroom Sets,
MaUraes Mosqullo Net,
Center & Sofa Rugs,
H. W. Kxtuiilou Table & Chillis,
Crockery it Gla'-swiue,
1 HAVILAND DINNER SET,
15. W. hldcbonrd, 15ed Lounge,
Hanging Lamps, Stove , Utensil,
I New Tip Seat Brake,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Ktc.
JAS. F. MO KG AX,
101 4t Auctioneer.
Mortgagee's Notice ot Fore
closure. THE UNDERSIGNED, EDWARD
FURSTENAU, the mortgagee named
ina certain moitgage deed from C.
ALEE and CHANG FOOK, dated
December Ll, 188(5, of lccord in Liber
100, folios 47C--17S, Hawaiian Registry
of Deeds, gives notice that ho intends
to foreclose said mortgage for condi
tion broken, to-wit: Ihe failure of said
mortgagors to pay when due their
note for $7,000, t-ccurcd by taid moit
gage, and that he will cause tho prop
erly named in said mortgage to be
sold at public auction at the bales
rooms of J. F. Morgan, in Honolulu,
on SATURDAY, July !), 1892, at 12
The following properly is covered
by said mortgage, viz. :
1. Land at Waihole, Koolaupoko,
Oahu, containing 31 8 100 acics more
or less, being a part of L. C. A. 50110
to Puuiki, It. P. (f.)78, convoyed by
metes and bound lo Miid nioitgngors
by deed of Lydia S. Ulanehatd, dated
Sept. 23, 1878, Liber o7, folio lb:
2. Land on the North side of Mer
chant street, in Honolulu, being a
portion of L. C. A. .0573, It. P. 2101,
to Kualii, conveyed to said Chang
Fook bv deed of Ikclupainii et al.,
dated Dec. 27, 1870, Liber 02, folio
3. Lease from Joseph S. Gilman
and Louis Maigret to Chang Fook,
dated March 20, 1880, Liber 02, folio
1J0, for lei in of 30 years from said
date, of premises on Punchbowl stieet
in Honolulu, now occupied by
fj&- TERMS CASH. Deeds al
CApente of purcluu-ers.
Uy his Attorney-iu-facl F. A.Scbaefer.
gjST For further particulars apply
to F. M. Hatch, attorney, or to J. F.
Morgan, auctioneer. -1(5311
Ueg to announce the arilval of the
1 lit Days from Bunnell, with a Full
OUb & Paints,
Bags & Bngging,
X O I J BJI ,
Cement & Firo Cloy,
H A K D W A R E,
When you want u Portrait
Enlarged call on Kinu liros.,
gut their nricu linl and mm
! ouinplea. They can't be beat.
Hit 1 f U 0 fi
B iuiaiCEISlu m US
THE MUTUAL LIFE - INSURANCE CQ.
UI4JU.VItl A. j'icl.'UKMY,
Isssjgs fevery Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LIARS,
lis Now Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
Kay For full paiticulars apply to
f3. 115. UffO!i IK,
91 General Acnt for the Ilnuaiian Islands.
Auct on S les by Liwis J. Levey.
Notion U h -reliv elvoil (hill 111 necoiil-
ance with ilii- luw In such cu-cs ni.ulo
anil p'-ovlded, I will onnse to bo sold the
follow big articles of Ilooni; Clung Toug,
taken by me hi (lltrtiluhi' for lent, to
1 Clock, Medicine Cutter, 1 liimiboo
T.ouiiro, 1 Step Ladder, 1 Folding Table,
2 Square Tables, 2 Chairs, 2 r-tools. 1
Lamp and a (inutility of Medicines and
BSjy Said sale will take place at tho
Auction Salesrooms of l.i:wis.I. I.i:vi:y,
Auctioneer, corni'i' of Fori mid Queen
strei't, )iil"miAY,.ulvlith,atlOA m.
I."-' 15t XO OOOX.
A"f rip to fauna Loa
Great Grater of Mokiraoweo.
Special arr.inp mculH have been
made by the Volcano House Company
for bonding a party to the top of Jin
THE l'AUTY WILL LEAVE HO
NOLULU ON THE STAIR. HALL
ON JULY If) and icturn on tho
steamer Kiniiii arrivinc; in Honolulu,
THE PRICE FOR A ROUND
TRIP TICKET, jnoliidiiur Mcanier
fare, animal?., guides, blankets, foods
and all expenses will bo 100,
which includes all of the regular ex
penses of a trip to tho Volcano. The
trip includes a tlnee days' slay at the
Volcano House after the return from
7" rickets can be obtained from
llio Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co., and full information will be sup
plied by said Company, E. C. Mac
rAii.AXE,Treasuior,orL. A. Tiiuiisto.n,
Secretary of tho Volcano Cuiiip.my.
Applications for tickets should be
made immediately as the number will
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE.
Honolulu, June 21, 1802.
Special Rates For Families and
The Volcano House rate.- fiom and
after tliih d.tto will be :
It Hind Trip, up and return by
game route, 7 days $.")0
Up by way of Kau, return bv
way of llilo, 1 1 days '. .$70
Up by way of llilo, return by
way Ivan, M days $80
Boiild and Lodging at Volcano
House, $1 por day.
To Holdeis of Knuml TiipTickult,
slaying over, and any one btayingl
over live days, $.5 a day for all excess
over livo ilayt.
To families, or paitiess of Tour and
upwanlti, holding tickeU and Maying
over, or Maying after live days, :ji2.sH)
Childicn under livo, with parentis,
iiuai tor rates.
Children between live and Ion, half
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE CO.
June 21, 1892.
1.1(1 15l 2(1 It
.JYiVL . I-TOU.SE within IB mhuites'
ISftsft I L walk fiinii l'ost Olllco,
fcfejBSsJ.'tr 'ontaiuhig Dlningroom, Par
lor, :i Liu go hleil Iteihooms, Kitchen,
I'iiulry, ll.ithrooiu, cle., etc. Addiess,
wilh full imiilciilais. "P. O. o87."
jSv A 'lUK Cottle on Uoro
.j, 1 inula stieet near I'llCol
WwSsiif bticet, (oiitaiiiin I'arlor, Two
lied rooms, lSulhiooia, Obihi;-ioom,
l'.mtry anil Kilehcu; Servant's Kooin,
I 'ii I I itirm ll.,itkit Siltilili. itli. 'Pi i mini i1
pafcseveiy SO minimis. Apply olllco of
lino ;.iiui ,
FOR KENT or LEASE
fi$ & rI",Hl' I'leinlK'h on Liiima
&?'?$ sticei lately occupied by
tGwrJv"S A. IJ. Naoue, a New ami
Dc-lrable House conliilnbijj Khelieu,
Jtathrooiu, etc , etc Also, Outhouses
on the inuuilncs, will be runted or
leaded I'lisesslon given 1st of .July.
Apply on the inuinlscs.
J05 lin A. 11. NAONE.
Tho best tiling to hcimI lo
your i'rioiidK abroad is King
Uros,' Illustrated Souvenir
oi' Hawaii, which is got (en
up lor tho nurnoso and is
not an advertisement.
ijmimlflt'.inwji'.uj.iv.'t.ji iwnrxw'vu'i mm wm.n,ijjijajjjji
, ' s j
HAVE Ol'liNUU TI1KIU
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahumanu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Lane Assorlinl of Hew Goods ex "Beiiore."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OK
! Ryal Worcester,
, Wedgewood fe
BSew Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
I? II IS
Oraaiaeut.ill Economical Ss Durable!
Eddv's Old Estaiimshi:i
Icd Ghent! k Mpratori,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plaoiat'on Tools, Implem mis & Supplies
I'aints, Oils & VarnUhes.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils!
A lii'ni'c tlm h.mit niiwli. in. .i ciw.o.iil
process and always reliable.
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC J I AKD WARE CO., Id.,
Cummins Xew Mock, Fort.fc Merchant streets.
I 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to be Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children,
Tho Adeline Black Slocking? uro tho i?est Made -a
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fori V. Ilolol . t reclN.
We Will Sell THIS WEEK at Reduced Prices
WHITE DRESS GOODS, CORSETS, KID GLOVES,
RIBBONS, FANS, ETC., ETC,
2C PIONKJ HATS ! ga
Shoes & Boy's Clothing Etc., Etc.
S. E11KL1CII & CO,,
Corner Kort & Hotel streets.
At (iicatly Ucduced l'nccb,
OI.ji .Jlo 1'ortiurcb al .fC a l'air. Black Buadi d CapeB for Ladies, ir'S Ueduccd
from .flf) and $20,
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A new line of Challies at 10c. per yard. 12-inch All Wool DrcsB
Hoods, in l'laiii, Stuped and ChccKcd, leduccd from
il to UOo. per yaul, al
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 FOBT ST.
BiT DrcBsuiakluj; under tho maiiagciiicut of MUSS OLAKK. -a
,.. iaii nv.i- m.1-1 l ,.i jif-irtin t'lDmfl
" OF NEW VOilR.
! iiMiec o m
m uihvol$ t Ub
Other Fine Ware.