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NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of deepening the
channel ut llic entrance to Usnululti
liaibor tho Diedgor will bo in opera
tion night iiml ilny. At niglu there
will bo ii iliuiger Hgnul pluum on the
forwuitl dei'iek of Diulgor n uul U0
feet above sea level, which can bo soon
by all vessels approaching ththtirboi.
The signal consists lted Hud
of three red lights
and a white light
us in the diagram,
the red lights being
about 3 feet apart
with the white light
u the center.
All steamer crossing the bar will
atop at u safe distance from the Dred
ger and give one blast of their whistle
which will bo answered by u single
blast from the Dredger, to be fol
lowed by throe blasts fioni the Diedg
er when the pansage is clear and they
The Tug will bo on hand when not
otherwise ongue;ed to assist sailing enift
in passing tho Diedgor when neces
sary. 0. N. Sl'ENCEK,
Minister of tho Inteiior.
Interior Oflieo, March I), Ifc!)2.
The Minister of Finance apptoves
of the following list of persons to act
as Deputy Assessors mid Collectors
for the year 1SU2 :
Honolulu T. A. Lloyd
Ewa and Wuianno S. llookano
Waiulua 1'. Malmulu
Koolaupoko No. 1 Asa Kuuliu
Koolaupoko No. 2 E. P. Aikue
Kuol.iuha L. J . Aylett
Lahaina D.ivid Tayloi
Wailuku Win. T. Hobinson
Makawao David Moiton
Hana J. P. Sylva
lolokui and Liinai J. Nukaleku
Hilo and N. Hilo A. C. Willfong
Uainakua Chut. Williams
South Kohala. . Wilmot Vredenburg
Norm Kohala Ebon l Low
NortJi Konu J. Kaelomakulo
South Kona Tho. H. Wright
Kuu O. T. Shipman
Puna J. E. Elderts
Vaimea and Niihau Th. Brandt
Koloa A. K. Mika
Lilian J. IJ. lliiniiikc
Kiiwaiiuiu S. Ki'ui
Hun.ilci W. E. Deverill
H. A. WIDEMANN,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, June '22, 1892.
Foreign Ollice Notice.
FOUUION Ol'FICK, )
Honolulu, July 20, 181)2.
An ofliciul notice of appointment
having been presented to this Dopan
ineut from the Chinese Legation ul
MR. GOO KIM
has been ollicially leeognized as the
Commercial Agent for China for this
Kingdom, and all his ollicial acts us
such are oidored to receive hill faith
and ciedit by tho authorities of Her
Minister of Foreign All'airb,
177 :it-:io It
of Lease of the Pacifio Mail
OnTHUKSlM Y.Aug. 18, 1802, at
12 o'clock noon, at tho front entrance
of Ahioluni Hale will ho sold ut Public
Auction the lease of tho Faoifio .Mail
Wniehousu, situate on the E'spluiiudo,
Turin Leuso for C yours.
Upset price, .ffiOO per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Possession of the above Warehouse
will bo given October 28, 1802.
C. N. Sl'ENCEK,
Minister of tiio Inteiior.
Interior Oilico, July 10, 1802.
Honolulu, 11. 1
IloUh'is of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, uro hcicby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
iriigution purposes uro from 0 to 8
o'clock a. ii., und 1 to (5 o'clock i m.
until further notice.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Hupt. Honolulu ator Works,
O, N. Sl'KNOEK,
Minister of the lutciior.
Iti'Mcriititin Uny, .Inly HI -i, fulling
this jour mi SMinilny, MONDAY,
Aujnift J, 1M12, will be tiluorvoil its it
ftttlioiiiil lliibvlny, ami all Govern
incut Odu-iv thrt.ughmit the King
tlutn Will bo closed on tint tiny.
0. X. M'ENCEK,
Minister of tlu Inloiior.
Interior Oluco, July 10, 180:2.
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SATURDAY, JULY 23, m
The mulcting of the Marshal and
Deputy Marshal, personally, in dam
ages for Imprisoning a man who was
acting suspiciously at a time when
roiiheries were of almost nightly oc
I'urreice, has a serious aspect.
Chaplin proved to be not the right
man, yet there was circumstantial
evidence rgiinst him, which, if the
real lohber liud not been captured,
would have gone far toward eoimet
ing I. ini in public opinion at least.
Wo tay the case is serious-lookMig,
tnuause it will have a tendency of
paralyzing ellorts of the police to
urn down criminals when crime is
rampant as was the case when Chap
lin was arrested. Olllccrs will simply
be fools if they risk their now dimi
nished incomes by interfering with
anybody, however suspiciously he is
acting, uuless he is caught red
handed in the commission of crime.
The Advcitiser the other day had
a bcnsalional report of the death of
a man named Wilhelm Gude (al
though this is not the name that paper
gave him) at the Queen's Hospital.
It w a? made to appear in the report
in question that one Andrews, des
cribed as Glide's son-in-law, had
shortly before Gude's death violently
assaulted the old man. The infer
ence was left to ho drawn that there
was something auspicious about the
cause of Gude's death. Mr. Eek
hardt, 1'urvcyor of the Hospital, has
furnished to the Secretary, Mr. F. A.
Schaefer, a written report on the
death of Gude. This shows he wn.
sent to the Hospital on the 2d inst.
by the American Relief Fund, and
his wife visited hitn several limes
there. Andrews, who was Guilo'i
stepson, attended with his mother. in
making arrangements for the funeral
and they both attended the funeral.
Tho cause of death, as certified by
Dr. McKibbiu, was typhoid fever.
There seems to have been nothing to
demand the attention of the police,
which the Advertiser invoked in a
scare heading, or nothing to make
fitting the observation of that paper
that "this circumstance proves that
a man can die and he buried in this
little city without the knowledge ol
Ins friends." Our contemporary's
eagernev. to libel the police adminis
tration gots it into some very ridicu
'1 he Advertiser is greatly concern
ed over tlie Atloiney-Gcneral's resig
naiion. It makes a fresh guess every
dav a- tu ilit: cause, but is as far off
ihe truth as it usually is when party
-.pile dictates its course. No more
manly act has ever been recorded of
a Minister in Hawaii than the sur
render of olllco by Mr. Whiting. It
was an act that showed, besides, the
Attorney-General's thorough know
ledge of the principles of ministerial
government as if has been developed
in this country. Tho premiership
has become an established part of
our Cabinet system. There is no
such thing in the English syBtem,
followed more or less closely by ours,
as open disagreement of another
Minister with the I'lemier. Internal
Cabinet dissensions may he often
surmised outside, hut wlieuever they
hecouic public either the Premier
must n coucile his colleagues or the
w hole Cabinet must resigjl. Tho other
liiy, when items in the Attorney
Geiiciul s Department were under
consideiation in the House, tho Pre
mier joined in opposing and defeat
ing an item for which the Attorney
General was strenuously contending.
This action of the head of the Cabi
net left the Attorney-General no op
tion, according to his view of the fit
ness of things, hut to surrender his
portfolio to tho Premier. Mr. Whit
ing's course in the matter is, as be
fore said, manly and will at once be
placed in favorable contrast with the
course of his predecessor in the He
form Cabinet in 1800, who stuck to
cilice to the last ditch, causing one
of the most disgraceful episodes that
ever hnppened in our Legislature
Ministers openly abusing each other
with the most abandoned license.
Hud Air. Abhford acted like Mr.
Whiting has done, ho would stand
much higher tbiiu ho does to-day in
Friday morning saw the last of the
('losing exercises of ttie Honolulu
dittuct schools. The hnnoi of thus
closing the scholastic edillce for the
year was leserved to Pohukaiiia
School for giih which for many year9
under thu able management of
its lust ptincipal, Mi-is Corney, has
held a plnic in the front rank of Ha
waiian educat'onal institutions, and
now continues to add to its Inurels
under the control of iMiis Laura
Duncan. A no'tccable fact In con
nection with this Institution h that
while three out of its four teacher
have reci ived the whole of their i du
cnlhiiiid training on the Island, first
under the tuition of Mr. A. T. Atkin
son, the present Inspector General
of Schools, and later under Mr. M.
M. Scott. Principal of Fort-street
School, their wotk bears favorable
comparison with that of any of our
teaching fraternity who have come
from abroad. According to an
nouncement exercises showing the
regular course of studies were given
from 0 o'clock until a little after 1
o'clock in tho various rooms under
the control of the several teachers.
Throughout the school the same ex
cellent and clear style of handwriting
was to bo seen from the smallest
girl to the tallest young lady. The
exercises varied with the attainments
of the scholars, but in all the classes
a uniform excellence of work was
shown, nn especial feature being the
clearness and distinctness of articu
lation and enunciation. In the pri
mary rooms presided over by Miss
May Atkinson and Miss Anna Perry
man)' interesting and tuneful action
songs interspersed the exercises,
which not only delighted and inter
ested the little singers but the spec
tators as well. Special mention must
be made of the writing of the pupils
in Miss M. Atkinson's room, explan
atory of some really finished draw
ings in colored crayons by the teach
er. At the close of the exercises in
school studies, the following program
was gone through by the combined
classes of Misses Perry and Atkin
son, the first recitation by a little
girl attracting special attention.
Song Roll Your Hands
Recitation I am a little body
This is the way wo clap our hands
Recitation Four pretty little birds
By 8 Girls.
Song Hold the right hand up
Recitation Tho Smart Girl Ida
Song We'll all stand up together
Recitation' A Kiss Jennie
Song Raise your lands
Recitation Fly little birds
Ry G Girls.
Song In the tall bough
Dialogue The Sweet Rod Rose
By 2 Little Girls.
Song , Raindrop song
Recitation That's the way. . . . Kean
Song The Blacksmith
Recitation My Doll Sarah
Song Were I a bird
Recitation Shoe Story
By 11 Girls.
Song. . . .Where do all the daisies go?
Recitation Kind Friends Pom
Song T is two o'clock
The upper classes under the charge
of Miss Zoc Atkinson and Miss
Laura Duncan gave proof of the
excellent training accoidcd them in
their studies, and after a short recess
at the close went through the follow
ing program with noticeable absence
of stage fright or nervousness. The
recitations in concert sltowed very
careful training from the simultan
eity of tho voices and gestures.
Chanting of Lord's Prayer
By the School
Song One Sweetly Solemn
Song Jingle bells
The Cobbler By Nino Gills
Little Mischief Aim Kula
Cuddlu Down, Daring Lilia Auld
Song Now I Lay Me Down to
Anabol McCarthy Koala Keliipo
Rock iv-by Baby Ten Little Girls
. Dora Bredo and Karen Neilson
Song Grasshopper Groon School
Little M(wi) Cecilia Linis
Hock of Ages.. . .Twelve Large Girls
The Gieedy Kitten
Song Chiming Bolls School
Hio Old Black Ciow Lucy Mahoo
Buy My Flowers .Three Littlo Girls
Ho Didn't Think Marin Bredo
Song Convent Bells School
The Elf and tho Dormouse
I'lio Bluebird's Song Eight Girls
Mother' Girl Karen Neibon
Song Breezes Soft School
The I it tie Chickens. . Apasina Panaui
Ten True Friends. . . .Ton Little Girls
Song Bitdio's Ball School
DoiothyV Mistake Pukeke Likai
Tho Ostricli Dora Bredo
Song Swiss Boy Sciiool
Motion Piece Twelve Girls
Our Secret. ... . Kamaka Pualuka
Song Over tho Hills School
A noticeable feature throughout
school was the neat and tidy not to
say gay appearance of tho pupils,
As a whole Miss Duncan and her as
sistants may feel proud of the results
of tho year's woik. Ainongtue visi
tors present were Mr. W. AY. Hall,
member of the Hoard of Education ;
Hon. W, Jus Smith, Secretary of
the Board; Mr. Atkinson, Inspector
Generul of Schools; Rev, K, G.
Iteckwilh, und many of the teachers
f loin the other schools.
OLD RAGS WANTED.
Clean white cmih suitable for
bandages are wanted for use at the
Bishop Home and the Hoys' Homo,
Leper Settlement, Molokaj, Ring up
281 Mutual telephone and they will
he sent for, or leave tho same at the
ollice of the Hoard of Health or at J.
T. Wiiterhouso'H, Queen street.
WI1011 you Avani a Portrait
KnlurgcMl call on Kin Bron,,
gut their price Uul ami Hue
aumiilca. They cau't be beat.
SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1892.
LANTERN SLIDE EXHIBITION!
HAWAIIAN -:- CAMERA -:- CLUB
Introducing View taken from Plinlo-
gr.ipbs by Hie II ox. J. Maiisdkn
dining bis Lite M-it tu
CMm, Jap and India !
A LECTURE BY MR. MARSDEN
Describing the. Different Views and
Incidents will also bo given dur
ing tho Exhibition.
&Gf Piuci:s: Dress Circlo and
i'nrquctle, 75 cents; Balcony and
Gallery, BO cents.
fjST Box Plan for Reserved Seats
without extra charge open at L. J.
Levey's on Friday. 177-3t
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On MONDAY, July 25, 1892,
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Saleroom, Queen stieet, 1 will
soil at Public Auction,
1 Black Mare,
1 Sorrel Sprayden Mare,
1 Sorrel Gelding,
Partly broken to Saddle & Harness.
1 3BTTLt! M-Y.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON MONDAY, JULY 25, 1892,
AT 111 U'UI.IICK A. 3I
At tho Store of MKSbits. II. HACK
FELD & CO., Queen street, I will bell
at Public Auction for account of
whom it may concern the following
Damaged by salt water on voyage of
importation ex baik "J. C. I'fluger"
from Liverpool via. Bremen:
H. H. & CO.
408 2Uc Blue Mottled Soap.
107 20c Blue Mottled Soap.
210 nests Market Biibkets.
A, in diamond.
32 bids White Bros. Portland Cement.
B, in diamond.
LI bbl& White Bros. Portland Cement.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Ciin.
Leases of Residence Sites
On WEDNESDAY, July 37,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesioom, bv older of II. M.
KAPIOLANI, I will hell at
THE LEASE FOR 20 YEARS OF
5 SHASIDR 5
Adjoining tho ichidonco of Mr. W. 1',
Toler on the east.
The Lots have a fiontago of about
81 feet on the Waikiki road, aio about
lltl feet deep, witli a lino frontage of
8-1 feet on the beach.
Tho Lots all have a frontage on an
unrivaled clear sandy beach. Tho
bathing is liict-clasH, being among tho
best at Waikiki.
gjV Tho Lots aro staked out
marked bom A to E.
gjET" For fuither paiticulars apply
JAS. P. MOKGIN,
iOi) lt Auctioneer.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lewy.
VrOTlt'K is huiehy given that in no
JL cordaiu'o with the law hi such cases
made and provided, I will cause to be
hold the follow lug in Holes of Iloong
Chang Tong, tukeu by mo In destraliilng
tor lent, to wit:
1 Clock, 1 Medicine Cutter, 1 Bamboo
Lounge, 1 Step Ladder, 1 KoldlugTable,
U.Sipiaie 'Cables, 'J I hairs, 2 Stools, 1
Lamp and a ipiautity of .Medicines am)
tV' Said sale will take place at the
Auction Mih'hiooms of Li:wis J. Li:vi:v,
Aiii'lioueei, corner of Koit and Queen
stieets, on FRIDAY, Julv 20th, at 10
a. m. NG GOON.
, Are Receiving New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
NO. 71 QUEEN STREET,
Where they are fully prepared to do all
kinds of work in the latest styles, at
the shortest notice and at the
inoit Reasonable Kates.
Fine Job Work In Colors a Specialty !
Exeeuted in the Host Attractive
Read the following partial list of spec
ialties and jet the Bulletin's prices be
fore placing your orders, lly so doing
you will save both time and money.
Bills of Lading,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels o every variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Book Work,
Ele.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Printed, and Blocked when desircd.-
OSr No Job Is allowed to leavigthu of
fice until It L'lvua satisfaction.
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO,,
71 tuoen Mtroet, Honolulu, It. JU
HAVE OPENED THEIR
New China, Giass & Furniture Sakoom
On Eaihiinmuu Street Grout:d Floor, -with a
Lirp AKorlmti or Kbw Ms ei "Hsu ire."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OK
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
ftSew Runs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WAKE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., . Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
Ornamental! E-oiiouilc.il & Durable!
Eddy's Old Estaulisiikd
Icb Chests k Refrigerators,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantation Tools, Implem'jnis & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Yacuum Oil Co.'s Lubficatlag Oils!
Always the same; made by a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWAKE CO., L'd.,
Cummins Xew Block, Fort fc Merchant stieets.
11 '-' mm - iiirn nliii mrritil null i i i i .n. i t ifcmmi-ip . ii .
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to be Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children,
soy- Tho Adeline Black Flocking? are Ihe Best Made -a
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner XTrl & IIo(el NtreelH.
We Will Sell THIS WEEK at Keduoed Prices
BOYS' CLOTHING !
mt II mi.
lew Goods I -:- New Goods !
1'ongeo Draperies, Portioion, I'liicipplo Tihsuo, Hattoous,
White DiCiis OooiIm in Cheeked and Striped.
JAl'ANKSK COltDIil) CIltil'K.
LADEN', CHILDREN'!! AND INFANTS' WEAR!
gf3 A Ureal Yniioty und Low Piieus. jg(3
A FINE LINK IN ZKIM1YKS, OKISTONX13, ETC., KTO.
.Oixtliing' feitw in 3ott.oi ml Wool!
For Liulies, UcuU .ind Children,
gST Cull und tee our New Ooudt. !
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 FORT ST.
tm DroSHnmUujs under the iuauageuient of MISS OLA11K. -a
E1IRLICII & CO.,
I 'oritur Forttfc Hotel streets.