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HONOLULU, U. L. MONDAY EVENING. JULY 1 1 ,. 1802.
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"Adihoss nil matter for publica
tion "Editor Daily ISuli.uyin."
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HtltMlltllll, II. I.
' Attorney at Law and Notary
I'ublle. Xo. -42 Merchant stieet, llonu-
i J V. Schmidt & Sons,
LjL. linpoiteis ita Commission Mer
chants. Kuit -street, Honolulu. 1-01
R HACKFELD &; CO ,
. Getiei.il (Joininission Agents.
Comer Foit and Queen stieets, Hono
lulu, II. I. 1-01
"t W Maofaulane & CO ,
VJT Impellers and Commission
Queeu stieet, Honolulu,
i ONSALVES & CO..
VX Wholesale Groceis and Wine
lieaver Block, Honolulu,
OHN T. "WATEKHOUSE,
t" Impoitor aud Dealer hi General
Mcichaudisc. Queen stieet, Honolulu,
U. I. 1-01
WILDER & Co.,
Dealers in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt and IUiildin Mateiials
of eveiy kind. Corner Foit and Quci-n
streets, Honolulu. 1-01
LEWBRb Si COOKE
Iinpottuis and Dealers in Lum
ber and all kind- of Jiiilldlng Materials.
Foit sti cet, Honolulu. 1-01
KONOLLTLXJ IRON WORKS,
Honolulu, : I H. I,
Steam Knines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; Iron, tSr.iss and Lead Castings;
Machinery of every description made to
Older. 1'articular attention paid to
Ship's ISlacksmithiug. Job Work ex
ecuted at shoit notice. 1-01
J.0. S. SMITillES,
Auctioneer & General Business
JluhiiUdiia. ICilialii. lIuM'uii.
WENNER & CO.,
92 Foit Street, Honolulu
Alios Assurance Company
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Kin;: sitincl, IIiiiioIiiIii.
Kxcellent uecominoduiiou for patients,
DK. A. It. ItOWAT, V. S.
Odlce Houiii 7:0 to 10 a. in.; 12:80
to 2 p in.; I::i0 too p. m.
Thlki'iionics : Hell 00. Mutual 183.
V. O. Jlox :I2(1. 102tf
New ColtagB io Rent!
17MNF. Cottage with Tailor, Dlnlng
looui Hall, I Laige Hediooms,
Hall), l'antiy, Kilclieu aud all modem
impinvt'iiicut.i. Iteietauia slieet-eais
pass ilit door Item 5:13.
&& l''or fiuther Information apply to
Jlfl Meicbanl stieet.
CHAS. T. CUUCK,
Notary Public for the hland of Oahu,
Agent to Take Acknowledgments to La
Agent to Giant Maulnge License, Uo
Agent foi tlie llawiillan IhliinilBof I'ltt it
Scott's Fielght A I'iiki'Is j;xpies.
Agents for the liuiliugtoii Koute.
Real Estate Broker & cX't','ll
Hell Tele. IHb.-iffJaxS' Mutual Tele, 100.
I. O. llox ur..
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MJrOrKiCE: Xo. US Meichiuit stieet,
Honolulu, Oahu, 11. 1. juu 02
Australian Mill Seiviue 1
FOK N VX FKAXCIKUO.
The New ami Fine Al Steel Steamship
OI the Oceanic Steamship romi)any will
be due at Honolulu tiom .Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Juiy 23, 1892,
Aud will leave for the above port with
mails and pas-enters ou 01
about that date.
For Sidney and Auckland !
Tlie New and Fiuo Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steaniihip Company will
be due at Honolulu from ban
Francisco on or about
July 29, 1832,
And will have piompt dispatch with
mails aud passengeis for
the above poits.
t The undei signed aic now pro
pal ed to issue Thiougli Tickets fioin
this city to all points in the United
Sf For further paiticulars legarding
I i eight or 1'assage, apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
1-91 General Agents.
Wier's stoaiulilj os
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p.m.,
touching at Lahaina, Maulacu Bay
and iUakena tho same day; Mahu
kona, Kawaihao anil Laup.ihoehoe the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Tuesday July 19th
Friday, " 29th
Tuesday, Aug. 9th
Friday, ' 19th
Returning leaves Hilo, touching at
Laupahoelioe tamo day; Kawaihao
A. ..; iMiilmkona 10 a. m.j iMakcna
I P. si.; Maalaea Hay (i p. m.; Laha
ina 8 p. ji. the following day; arriv
ing at Honolulu G a. m. Wednesdays
AKKIVKH AT HONOLULU.
Saturday, luly KJtli
Wednesday, " 27lh
Saluiday, Aug. 0th
Wednesday, " 17(li
Satuiday, " 27th
gj& Xo Freight will bo received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock P. M., touching at Kahu
lui, Hiiulo, Ilium, Iliunoa aud Kipa
hulii, Maui, ami 1'aauliau, Hawaii,
ltfturning will arrive ut Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
gj9 No Freight will bo received
aftor '1 p. m, on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at the landings
to receive their fi eight, as we will not
hold oursolviM responsible after such
freight has been landed. While tho
Company will uso duo diligence in
handling live 6toek, wo decline to as
sume any responsibility in ease of the
loss of same, and will not be i csiionsiblo
lor money or jewelry unless placed in
the caro of Pursers
V. C. WILDHK, 1'resident.
S. U. JtOSK, Secretary.
CAI'T. J. A. KING, l'urt Supt.
J4s-vIsr to WiitoluimUor.
KUKUI JEWELMY a SPECIALTY.
JUnjsSlroet, Ilomihilii, II. I.
toy I'aitieiilar attention jiald lo nil
kinds of lep.drn. l-'H
Island Shells and Curios !
vy IIOLKSALIC and ictall. cheap for
I eabh, at 101 Foil stieet, between
Khleis" diy goods btoio and Frank
Geit.'s shoe stoie.
8o3 ti 'J'. 'PANNATJ'.'
Tiilcaiio House Rales
Special Rhtes For Families and
The Volcano IIouco rates from and
after this date will bo:
Kittiiit Trip, up and return by
same route, 7 days $50
Up by why of Kati, return by
j way of Hilo, 11 days $70
Up by way of Hilo, return by
way ICau, 11 days $S0
Board and Lodging at Volcano
UoiibC, $1 per day.
To lloldeis of Hound Trip Tickets
staying over, and any one staying
over live days, $!S a day for all excess
oer live days.
To families, oi parties of four and
upwaidb, holding tickets and staying
oor, or staying after live days, $2.."i0
Children under live, with parents,
Children between live and ten, li.ill
KILAUKA VOLCANO HOUSE CO.
June 21, 1892.
15(5 lilt 20 It
Pacific Mail HtBhifl Go.
Occidental & Grieniii S. S. Co.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steameis of tbe nboo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
above ports on or about the following
Slmr. "Oceanic" Aup. 23, 1892
Stmr '-China" Oct. 3, 1892
Slmr. "Ocoanic" Nov. 1, 18f2
Stmr. "China" Doc. 12, 1892
Smr. "Ocoanic" Jan. II, 1893
Slmr. "China" Feb 20,1893
Stmr. "Gaelic" April 11, 1893
For San Francisco.
Steanieis of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to the above
poit on or about the following dates:
Stmr "Ocoanic" July 26, 1892
Bay Kound Trip Tickets to Yokohama
aud return, 950.
Bttr- For freight and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD &. CO.,
Onic mum Go.'s
fioin S. F.
for S. F.
.luly 12 Inly 19
Aug 9 A ug l(i
Sept I! Sept 13
Octl Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
From San Francisco From Sidney for
An h'c Honolulu,
Alain. da July 29;Mnrip.isa ..liilj J8
Mariposa. .Aug 2(i Momnv.ii Aiii; 25
Monowai Sept 2:$!Alnineda. Sopt 22
Alameda . Oct 21 .Mariposa .Oc 20
Maiiposii. .Nov 18IMouowai . .No 17
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
j ,. un uimi auer May ifii,
&?.& 18U2, tho Now and Ou-
'VJVtJ'iiil! ciHUJiu.iu'iiiiu jvuainuiivu
MriMr tt l..i Mi..l.....lr.w.il ...
ut wivj iiiiuli iiiv;i mi
l lliuiMoii Avenue, containing i.aige Par
loi. Dining Jtouni, Conservatory, Two
Hedioouin, DieBiug Hooiii with htiUlon
aiy Wufli-land aud (Vdai Waidinbe,
llathrooin wl'li l'ati'iit ( lotet and Hot
aud Cold Water attachment, Tannics,
China Closet aud Kilelieu with Xew
ltaiige, Hot Water Holler and all attach-,
Lingo and convenient Stublu on tlie
piemlseseonlaiuing tun large box-stalls,
eaiilage, liuiiio-s and feed looms, and
Gioiuuls 200200, betuitlfully (aid out
aud teuacei). Tlie view is iuibiii passed
For fuither partleulais see
W. G. AhiiLKY,
SI8CK O. H. it I.. Co.'h Depot.
C. B. RIPLEY.
Oi'KicE: Itoom f, Spieekels' Block.
Mutual Teleiihone M6.
New Designs ! Modern Buildings I
Complole platia' and sneclllcatlous for
eveiy deeciijitlon of building. Contuicts
diawu ami eaieful iiperiiitenduiieu of
coiistiuctiun glVeiMhuiji lenuiicil. Call
aud examiuo nlan's. " apr291y
(Pioiii Hie Mm Dl
Editc u Sfs: Lilo teports from
the Hawaiian Inlands wuubl carry
thu Juliireiice that poiitic-.il'Aff'fiV'i in
that cnuulry wre in an uusutiltd
couiliiion. .My :iuH;iiiit:iin o with the
island kingdom began in 1UU.", since
which time I biivreaided tliurvj intuV
thnn twenty years, and am in con
tinual receipt of letters and weekly
papers from Honolulu. During all
these years tlie government has been
conducted in a most orderly manner,
and citizens and residents have felt
that life was secure, property safe,"
liberty untrainnieled, tlie laws
which are good promptly and justly
The inhabitants are an educated,
luw-abiding part of the human fam
ily. The natives are not like the
people of the latin countries of Amer
ica, quick to go into revolution be
cause some law is executed in a man
ner to displease, or some addition
has been made to a cabinet not to
tlie taste of some demagogue. On
the contrary Hawaiuins know their
rights well and prefer to await tlie
meeting of the biennial parliament,
when an opportunity will be given to
Unfortunately, at picsent there are
a few characters residing at Hono
lulu who have of late endeavored to
disseminate seeds of revolution.
They have done no overt act of trea
son, but tlie government concluded
that their conduct and language was
detrimei.tal to tho best interests of
the Kingdom and some seventeen of
them were piomptly arrested. The
government is strong, not in its army,
but in the respect of its people. The
Queen is an educated lady of great
dimness of tuiud and with a great
love fon her people. She has been a
patron of schools all her life and has
shown much interest in the intellect
ual advancement of her subjects.
Although annexation with the United
States is written of and talked of on
the Islands it is an old threadworn
subject. As early as 1805 I heard it
discussed openly in Honolulu. Every
decade when some article of com
merce as coffee, rice, or sugar do
not bring as much in tlie Amer
ican market as they would do if
raised in America, some one
stirs up the subject of annexa
tion. It is not necessary for uic
to say that it is not a popular one
with the Queeu by her native sub
jects. If there is a people on the
face of the globe who are patriotic,
that people is tlie Hawaiian. Their
desire is to maintain the autonomy
of an independent gocrntneui as
long as there is one of tliu native
race extant. Although the natives
recognize the lact that they are slow
ly dying out, they live in hope of a
check being given to this slow death
and that as a people they will again
multiply and fill tlie laud. It is a
boon greatly to lie desired as they are
a most honorable, hospitable and
The Parliament was to have met
on the 28lh tilt., aud theie is no
doubt it has abetted tlie ministry in
its action in arresting the foolish agi
tators, who had no definite idea of
what they do want. The leadinir
spirits among them was a half-breed
named Wilcox and a Canadian named
Wilcox is tlie son of an honest
American seaman and n native wo
man. He was educated by the gov
ernment of Italy, aud is both an
iconoclast and anarchist, showing
tlie company he has been accustomed
to while abroad. Ashford saw some
service, 1 believe, in tho tanks of the
Dominion government when putting
down tlie Noithwest half-breed re
bellion in Canada. He was a mem
ber of the lalo King's Crbinet, and
is a disappointed politician. From
private advices I do not believe any
of the agilatois have done more than
to use iudUcicct language, which
might have been an incentive to ig
norant parties to go fiuther than
their leaders intended.
The short telegrams i mining
through thu papers in California
would lead the oidiuary reader to be
lieve that property and life were un
safe, aud that the government is in
an unstable condition. This letter is
written to correct tins impression as
far as possible.
Thanking you for your space, I re
main, your obedient servant,
,Ias. W. (Jikvin,
Her Hawaiian .Majesty's Consul.
A traveling man who chanted to
ho in tho store of E. V. Wood, at
JIoKees Uocktj, l'a,, says wlnlo ho
was waiting to see Air. Wood, a liltlo
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain lialm and
said; "Mauiuiu wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it it
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles foi sale
by all dealeis, Hciisou, Smith &Co,,
FOR KENT or LEA.SE
fcA.rrHE Premli-es on lOinina
I street lately oceiiplcd by
A. IL Nauiie, a Xew and
Desliablu llou-e coiilaluiiig Kilclieu,
liatliinoiii, ele , etc Also, OiiilioiigiM
I on the piemUes, will bo lenled or
, le.wcil. Puatesslon given Hi of July,
Apply ou the piciuUci.
455 1m A. II, NAOXE.
THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM.
A;irj jvj laiiifla
; if" , ,
p. tatjsr ;of:. Moktiarow,
j Spuohil ) ufrniigcmellts' hiiv6 beoh
made by therVidoino'lIouiH.' ('oinp.lily'
for ending iiipaUtothe top"of MitJ
lllia LttH. ,. . .n..l m !.. Ii ii
THE PARTY WILL LBAVk" HO-'
XOLULU OX TlPE'STMli. HALL
ON JULY 15 and return'mi'he"
steiimer Kinuu arriving nV IIonoTulu.,
July 27. ' - " " '
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THE l'UICE FOR A KOUXI).
TRIP TICKET, including sluanut
fine, animals, guide, blanket-, foods
and all e. pen-en will be SlOO,
which includes all of the regulai o.
pent.ee of a tup In the Volcano. The
trip includes a thiee dnyj.' stay al the
Volcano House after tho leturn from
fJSF Ticket can be obtained from
llio lutei-Iblaud Steam Navigation
Co., and full information will bo sup
plied by said Company, E C. M.vc
tAULANi.Tieasuier.or L. A. Tiiuit.-ioN,
Sccret.uy of the Volcano Company
Applications for tickets should be
made immediately as tho number will
K1LAUF.A VOLCANO HOUSE.
Honolulu, June 21, 1S92.
Is showing a beautiful line of
In the pieiced work now so popu
lar and at plices which you will
For Such High Grade Goods,
H. F. WICHMAN
Now Landing !
"J. O. PFLUG-ER"
A Xew Supply of the Celebrated
FOR SALE IJY -
H HACKFELD & CO.
tr i3rxx rv i i n w.
For Portland, 0., &Victoria, B. C.
TheS. S. "PALMAS"
OF THE AllOVE LINE IS
o n K
At Honolulu and will have lininedlate
disjiiilvh for aboNu poitn,
txir For Fielght or Passage apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
m tf Agouti-.
A MAX who uuileiMauds faruilug
and taking eaic of stock; iniirt he
sober ami ihonuiglily pnud in hl woik
aud luie good lefeicuccn; none but a
coinpi lent iiiiiii need apply. Aildns
"P. O, IIo I.,'1 Honolulu 4 IJ lui
rMMIlER eumigli to make 6000 eoids
1 of Fliewood or chiiuo.il at 50
cents a cold. Apply at
TUO'Tl E Is heieby given Hint
i i iindciciL'iH.'il will not bo icsiKi
ble for any duhu lueuiied wUUoui his
jY.ltwn eonke..t, A U yAQNB
Jlonnlubi .lin.o 'i i" ' -
Wblt ij. iiwTo ijmai-
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d.t iti't in.),
Ot'Piqil KOH SALK'
iXUMt 4.V "73tJt. J
, ; f
J "llEEU'S PAlErflT
,1 i o . I
Felt Steam, Pipe Corain&'iUl.iiieB.
YVOUL DUST, n '"'" " "
- DONE "MEAL,' " ,! '
j .. ' ' FTSll GUANO
I I i I
' HUCJK A OUliANUT'8
Higli Grade, Chemical Cane HiunirM
GRASS SEEDS :
COCKSFOOT, ' ' '
Fairbunk Cunning Co.'b Comer
Goer, 1 and 2 lb. tin.
SALMON IX 15ARRELS.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
Assets, SG,2 1 9,458.98.
London & Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.
Thamos & Mersey Murine ins. Co,
Assets, $6, 1 24,057.
IMow York Life Insurance Co.,
. Assots. $125,947,290.81
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
ffEUEfll & CO.,
(i.i ii i ri:i.
Win. G. Iiwin. . .Pieslileiu x. Manager
Glaus .ipicckel.-t Vice-President
. M. Gill lid... .heeieiarj .M'Treasuiei
Tlieo. .'. Poller Auditoi
AOKNT3 OK THK
OtiiLiic Sliiiisiiij Gyi'f,
4r Hun I'VniiciMCU. (,'ul.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lito, Fire & Marine
Insurance Agents 1
M England Mutual Lilt ib. Co.
Etna Firo Ins. Co. of Hartford,
OK SAN VIIANOIbCO, CALItOltNIA.
C. BREWER & CO..
i.isr oi- oKin.'Kits:
J.O. Ciulei Piesideiit it Manager
G. 11. RobcttEoii ....Tietisiue,
K. F. llli-hop.. Soeietiirj
W. F, Allen Auditoi
Hon. C. R. lUsliop, S. O. Allen,
II. Walei house.
For Moulling, Fr.nuus,
I'astfls, ArlotyiiijH, IMioto
nivuruM, EU'hiii"s nml
j uvoryihlii; in I hi) Huu of
, piuturus, go to lilnsr Bros..
wu ffl mim
Dining tin- prorefgof deepening the
Channel at the i ntrance to Honolulu
I. hrbor.ilGt)rodger,ivili be in opera
tion oiuin iiiiu uiiN. in ingni mere
Will be a duiir' I signal ilaced on tho
forwald derrick'-ur Urediier about :iO
feet'-aboVe'dcil Wel, w'blcli can be eein
'by all veels upproaehiug the harbor,
''llhe signal coiisls Ked Red
ol ihiee red lilit e
'and a white light
as in the diagram,,, ,,, .White.
i ., . .ut, I , i , ' ' "' ' '
tlie 'led lights being
nooui it leui anaii
' witl'Afiowiriloligfil , -j i
ii mo cenier. ( (li huii , (l
' iAU steamers closing the bar unll
ctop at a tafe disiaii.ee from the Dred
ger and givo one blast of then whi-tlo
which will bo aiiewered by a single
bhisl liuiii the Dredger,, 1,0, be lv
lnwni by thiee blasts frpin UiJrydg-
i when llio parage is olijar and l'ipy
The Tug will bo on hand when not
oihei wise engaged to afcsist-ajling craft
in passing tbe Diedger when neces
sary. C. X. SPEXCER,
Al mister of the Interior.
Interior Oflieo, Match U, 1&U2.
The Minister of Finance ujij toves
of the following list of pereont- tn act
as Deputy Ae!-ors and Col tors
for the year 1SU2 :
Honolulu T. A. Lloyd
Ew.i and Wai.inae S. Hook. mo
Waialua. P. Muli.uilu
Koulaupoko No. 1 Ata Kauli.i
Koolaupoko Xo. 2 E. P. Aikue
Koolauloa L. J . Aylett
Lahaina David Taylor
Wuiluku Wm. T. Robinson
M.ikawao David Moituii
llima J. P. Sylva,
Molokui and Lan.ii J. X.ikalcku
Hilo and X. Hilo A. C. Willfong
Haiiiakua Clnib. Williams
South Koh.il.1. . Wiliuot A'redonburg
Nurlh Kolmla Ebon P. L.w
North Kona J. Kauloinnkulu
South Kona Thos. II. Wright
Kau t O. T. Shipman
J'una J. E. Eldirts
Waimea and Xiiliau Th. Hiaudt
Kolo.i A. K. Mika
Libue -. J. P. Him. uke
Kaw.uliau S. Kt'iii
Hanalei W. E. l)eerill
H. A. W1DE.MAXX,
M under of Finance.
Finance Department, J line 22, lh',12.
Honolulu, Juno 21, lS'J.
I In accordance with See. 1 of Ch.ip
i lerXXVII.of the Laws of 1880.
I All ,.,....,... l.. .1,1 :i
.... j.i icwiic iiuiviiii iuui pin iiee
or those paying waler rait, are here
liy nolihed thai the water rates foi
the leim ending Decembor ill, 18U2,
will be duo and payable at thu ollico
nf the Honolulu Watei Vurki,on Hie
lirrt day of July, lfa'J2,
All Mich lutes lein.iining unpaid
for fifteen days after they nio due,
will bo subject to an additional 10 per
Rates me payable nt tho oilice of
thl' Wutur woiU in tl10 "i'ii
JOHX C. WHITE,
Supt. llouoliilu Water Wurko.
Honolulu. H. I Dec. 2, 1SUI.
Holdeib nf water piivileget.oi tluito
paying wain lutes, are heieby uoti
llnl that the limits for using water for
irrigation pin poses are fiuui (i lo S
u'oluuk .. M , unit I to (i o'clock i, m.
until fuither notice.
JOHX C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works,.
C. X. Si'i:.sckk,
Minister of the Interior.
huu ou want a l'onraii
L Eularytul cull oirlvhi" llroB"
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