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it hai pkn-cil Hrr Aliijcstj tin- Qili'in lo
winter Uoti llommiblu
T"" uiou.viti) r. mcicuinoN,
IMrst A.-oolsti' .luillio !iml ii Viep-Clmn-rcllor
of the IvItiKiUun, iind n nu'iiiber of
Ilur Mnjfii,'H l'riv Council of Statu, tho
iltcotullon nml rink of a Uruiiil OMrir of
tliu llo.wil Onlur of Knliikmtii
lolnni t'nliuo, August 'J, IS'U.
1ST UM It
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the pntocw of i)-ei!tilii; t'1
Olmnticl nl tlio ontrnncc to Honolulu hnr
lior tlio Dieilgur will be in onur.ition night
At night there w ill be n Umgur Signal
plnei-il on tho forward derrick of Drulger,
nbout 30 fid nbovu en level, which inn bo
icui liy nil vo-els npprouhlng the hnibor
The Siiitnl eoiisiits
of 3 Hcil light-" and n
While lightin in
tlio diagramthe rod
lights being about 3
fiet ii'iirt, with tho
whtto light in tin
All steamers cross
ing the 11 ir will stop
at n safe distance from the Drulger mil
give one blist of their whistle, which will
be answered 1 n single blast from the
Dredger, to be followed bv tlirce blasts
from the Drulger when the pT.sTge isilen
and they can proeied
The Tug will be on hand when not othui
w io engagid to assist niling i r vf t in p Is''
ing tlie Dredger when neiessarj.
O. X. Sl'KSOKU,
Ministir of tliu Interior.
Intenoi Olllie, Mareli II, b'U.
In tho Supreme Court of tho Hawaiian
IS virtue of the aiithoutj m mu istul
h$ tliu Constitution and tin. statutes of tins
Kingdom, and deeming it es-cntial to the
promotion of justiic, I do hcrelij ordir
that tho regular teim of thu 'Ilurd Judiiuil
Circuit, to lie held at Wiuohiiiit, K m, Ha
waii, on tho Inst Thuisil i) of September,
1S'U, be lierch postponed until TlllJl'b
DAY, the stli day of -iu September, Is1)-',
at i) o'clock A. M.
Witness mj li mil and the seal of the s ml
Suireiue Coiut, at Honolulu, this ")th daj
of July, lb)2.
A. r. .1 UDD,
(' s f Chief .Instice Supreme Coiut.
Hi sit. Sdiui,
Olrik Oupicuio Point "
SALE OF LEASE
Of tho Pacific Mail Warehouse, Espla
nade, Honolulu, Oahu.
On Tliursdnj , August IS, 1 -), at 1 J o'clock
noon, at the fiont cntrince of Aliiolam
Halu, will be old at Public Auction the
Lease of the Pacific "I ul u chouse, situ
ate on tlio Dsplanado, Honolulu, Oihu
Terms: Lent for 8 uir- Upset l'rui,
$"00 per Annum, iable uui-aniiii dij m
Possession of the nboe Warehouse will
be gni n October tS, liUJ
o x. spi:xoi:i:,
Almiitirof the Interior.
Interior Olliie, Jul ID, 18'I2.
SALE OF LEASE
Of the Government Land of Waimano
uka, Ewa, Oahu.
On Monday, August J-', lh'U, nt 12 o'i lot k
noon, at the front entrance of Aliiolam
Halo, will be sold at Publu Auction the
Lease of the Ho, eminent Land of Wiu-mauo-uka,
in llftii, Uahu, eontaiuiug an
area of 20.50 acres, u little more or less
Terms, Lease foi Ten Ye irs. Upset pi ice,
$JftO per annum, pit) able scuu-nnnuall, in
advumc. 0. X. hl'UXUKU,
Jlmister of tho Intenoi.
Intenoi OOlie, July "U, Is'jJ.
Holders of Water Privileges, oi those
pajing Water Hates, are hereby notified
that tho Houis for using wntoi foi irriga
tion purposes are from II to 8 o'i lock A m.,
and 1 to (I o'clock . m , until further notii u
JOHN 0. wiiiti;,
fenpt. Honoliilu Water Woiks.
Honolulu, II. I., Dec. 2, lb'll.
0. , fil'l NCI u,
Aliliistei of tho Inteuor.
Mil, A. W. KAWA11II.A has tlii, iln
l'tcn aiiuliittil u mumbtr of tlio lloml
Board for the Ihland of Niiliiiu, for tlio un
uiiit(l term ninilu v.unnt by tlio ii'-igiu-tion
of Mr. 1 K. Hull.
('. N. hl'KNTi:!!,
Minister of tho Interior
Intel ior 0111(0,. I ul i-N, Jh'ii IHI-lt
For a Million.
Tho million dollar suit of Col.
.Maofarhino against Col. Sprookols
may hooonio as famous as tlio Ha
waiian million-dollar niantlo in tho
United States museum, about which
descriptive ai tides aio making a
perpetual round in tho American
press. The suit is entitled Waikapu
Sugar Co, vs. Hawaiian Commercial
and Sugar Co. Hearing on the
merits washoguuostorday, notwith
standing it was a legal holiday, bo
ron Chief Justice .Jutld at cham
bers. Col. Spieekols was on tho
stand an hour and a quarter. This
morning Col. Alaofarlane had his in
ning at gi ing ov idenco. Tho suit is
to dotonniuo the rights of both com
panies in tho lands known as tlio
Waikapu Commons, and the com
pensation if any to bo paid by the
II. C. & S. Co. to tho V. S. Co, The
vase is now submitted,
J'lrdued In neither Seel nor Parly,
liul Kslablhlu d for Ihe llenefil of oil.
TUESDAY, AUG. 2. 185)2.
Tho Ihillotin printing nnd pub
lishing business lias boon loinowd
fiom its old quaitors in Queen stu'ot
to a iir and hnn.lsonio building in
Minohnnt street. Toil;. thollru.r
tin is ireeiiteil to its loaders in a
beautiful now dtoss. It is punted
b, elect lie motor on a line now Cot
tioll cylinder press. Tho book and
job punting dopattinoiil lias boon
supplied at tlio same tiino Mitli a
oompleto assoitmont oC new bod
and fane typo and laboi-saing do
moos. Although a few slight de
ficiencies hae oecuuod, as was to bo
expected in the filling of so largo an
order, jet the establishment is toady
to execute oidors for all dosoiiiitions
of tjpogtaphioal ininting in tho
highest stylo of tho ait. The ivu
m.tiv is tlio oiliest daily paper in tho
Hawaiian Islands, haing been stait
od Fobiuary 1. 1SS2. Space will not
admit of a hUtmical sketch of tho
pnjier as intended on this occasion,
but it will keep. Tlavingalwajs had
tlio lead in eiiotilation, as well as in
othoi lespects the Bulletin does not
intend to bo distanced.
The Aiheilier has placed its-olf in
tho oategoiy of that numerous, class
inerjwhoro, whoso "I told jou so"
when s()inolhinr is dotnonstrated
follows thoii piodiclions that the
thing could not bo done. Out con
teinpoi.uy has passed fav lablo
judgment on the dtedgo, now at
work leinoving tho oinbaigo on the
port's deep water coinmoico, attoi
and oul-after tho work has, boon
half accomplished. It uien entures
to bo soeio on an body who lofusos
to bolieo the oidenco of his eos,
saying, "The attempt to belittle tlie
woik done, or to throw obbti notions
in the way of its completing the
work, botdois on political insanity,
whether their opposition bo in the
lomslatho hall oi outsido of it."
Braie words! But if it borders on
"political insanit" now to decry oi
losist absolute fact, what should it
hau boon called to do oerjthing
oiiKill in oiio'b powoi (o pietenl tlio
gtatifing icstilt? "I'olilic.d malign
ity" miglit lit that case, which is the
Adurlivt'i. Foi wookb in which tho
opoiatois of tho diodgo wore btih
ing to miTcomo conditions of diili
culty that thoy found for tho first
tiino on om roaring roof, tho now
ory gracious Aihnther scaicely
mi-sed a day for expending a con
tomptiblo sort of lidiculo, and a
weak stlo of wit, on tho diedgo and
tho Gooniment foi haiiig employ
ed such a machine. Nobody of an
souse misiindoi stood tho mot no. Jt
was not tho public intoiest, but
partisan malignity that impelled
these diurnal attacks of tho Adur
tiser. To cover up its backdown tlio i?
leiliirr makes tho following nssoi
tion: '"Tho iiim undertook it with
groat odds against thoin, almost
ooiy nautical man and engineer
oring it down as a thing that could
not lio dono that though this
dredge might suck up mud in San
.Francisco Bay, it could not suck up
our slippery sand." It was con
demned in adwineo by those who
know nothing about it, and tho Ad
vertiser tacitly consented to the con
demnation, because it has alwas
boon leady (o do anything spiteful
against tho present Ministoi of the
Intenoi, Tho ''children and fools"
who judgo unfiniFshed woik am in
this case loft just whoio tlioy usu
ally are. Their organ is thohi
tiiir, and, bincA. KaLeoexpiiod, thoir
J. H. Wood Has a Bad Fall H. W.
My lira Thrown iioni His Hoi so.
Air. J. II. Wood fell oil' tlio loof of
his house in Niiuauu avenue jostor-
day and was soiiously injiuod. The
house is a low two-stoiy one, and
Mr, Wood was making little lepaiis
on tho roof. Ho slipped off and fell
to the ground, breaking two libs
and receiving soveio internal in
juries. Mr. Wood being TUjeatsof
ago the shock to his system must bo
great. Doetois MoWajno and H.
Or. McGrew were called and gave the
unfortunate gentleman prompt at
tention. Ho was not expected to
pull thiough jestorday, Lut happily
is much bettor to day.
Mr. 11. W. Myhro, butohoi, Wai
mea, Kauai, was thrown fiom his
hoi so a few days ago and bioko his
Mr. Hamilton, staying at tho Ha
waiian Hotel, was thiown fiom his
hoise Sut in day. lecoiving bruises
and having a narrow escape fiom
"htuie Fiumen made lo ouler from
Latest Styles of MouUUikjx. Hihoiu
lion of Old J'ietuns a pt'iuUy at Ktny
llroH,, Hotel slieel,
Successful PrcBontatlou by Hawaiian
The presentation of Glide's beauti
ful cantata, "The Ciusaders," in Ha
waiian by the llui V"h Hawaii
Xoeau (Hawaiian Classical Opora
Co.) on Saturday tn oning made a
delightful entertainment and was
onjood by a small but appreciative
audience. The assemblage was a
ioproontntio one. In the royal box
woio Her Majesty the Queen and
ladios-iu-wniting, Governor Oleg
horn and Piincos Kavvananakoa and
Kalaiiianaolo. The pot foiinanco was
no doubt too classical for tins com
munity, and this no doitbl inlluonoed
the attendance to a groat ilogioo.
As a gentleman at tho dooi at intoi
mission said, if it was a cite fa thaw
ing thoio would have boon a packed
house. Those, how out, who wore
foituuate enough to be piosont en
jo.vodoneof the giontosf tieats in
classical music over given in this
city. Mis. A. A. lfaaloloa and 1'iof.
lieiger desoivo ciedit foi the suc
cessful piosontation of "Tlio Ciu
sadeis" by Hawaiian amatout.
Tlie paitieipauts woio in full cos
tume and made a ei piolty sight,
each vvoaiintr a ciusaders cioss on
tho loft bioast. Prof. Bergor looked
well in his unifoiin of a tnto knight.
The chorus singing of the IT. M. II.
Xoeau was excellent. H. S. Kapua's
solos woio not up to tho standaid of
classical .singing, being a lit t lo haish
in uttoiance, but ho will no doubt
improve. Miss F. J. Nolto's singing
was of a high oidor and showed a
cultivated soprano of unusual rich
ness well under control. Sho was
(ho locipiont of a univoisal oncoie.
Mrs. Keohokalolo's solos woio pleas
ant londitions. This lad has a
beautiful alto and was in good tiiin.
Tlio choitis and tableaux, "Silent 1
Creeping so Light," in which Missos
Ma Cummins, Hattio Brown, E.
Davidson, Maggio Davidson wore tho
figures, made a beautiful scene, the
young ladies looking like faiiies in
tho reflection of tlio brilliant limo
It is to bo hoped that the music
loving people of Honolulu will tiun
out in larger nuinbeis should the
cantata bo placed on the boards
again. Tlio object being a charitable
ono should inlluence the attendance.
The entoitainiiieut, although pio
sonted by ainatoiu ITawaiians, was
first-elas-, in ovei respect and pio
motoisand paitieipauts .no vvoithy
of commendation. Tho oichostia
accompaniment by the full band was
excellent and materially aided in tho
A contest between teams of the
Hawaiian IJillo Association and II.
13. M. S. Champion jestoulay losult
ed in defeat for tlio visit ois, tho
result nppomiug below:
II. it. V. TAIIM.
C 15 Wilson
200 yW. l."Jli:i 2!)
noo yds: .nrrri5 :ii go
J JI Fisher
200 i ds: iir.vrr :u
TOO .vds: ni:$.'tr3 2f)-.")9
J G Rot hw oil
200 3 ds: 1:55.111127
r00 d s : 1 55 1 1 F 1 .1 1 58
200 3 ds: 11 U1U 23
TOO 3 ds: 21.'i 15:5125-5:5
J If Sopor
2(H) 3 ds: :i.55511,5 27
500 3 ds: 115221125-52
A C Wall
200 3 ds: 111111128
500 3 ds: 1251:5:50 21 li)
200 yds: 1111:51! 2(5
500 vds: 522:52.52 I'.l 15
2(X)3ds: :i():SI.5ll 21
5(X)3ils: 0250(K)0 728
n. n. si. s. ciiAMriov,
2(K)3ds: HJlinJ 20
500 3 ds: 2212 510-17K!
S T Maiohani
200 vds: (miBl 12.5
5(X)ds: 2 12 UK 1 22-
C F Mai tin
200 ds: !51 15 1!5:5-2(5
500 ds: 21112;S0-1!
2(K)ds: lit 1155 1
500 vds: (X),(!510l
200 ds: OH 15!J 12 21
500 yds: !1!2.22 li)
200 ds: 52U25!5-25
5(K)ds: 020.512: l-!!i)
G Cost olio
2(K) yds; !5:51 15012,'
500 yds: 150:():50-15-!58
200 3 ds: 0US5211 22
500 3 ds: !X)1()22 11 !!3
OLD KAGS WANTED,
Clean white rags,suitablo foi band
ages, are w anted foi use at t ho Bishop
Homo and tho B03.S' Home, Lopoi
Settlement, Molokai. Hing up 281
Mutual telephone, and thoy will bo
sent foi; or leave the same at tlie
olllcoof the Hoard of Health, or at
J, T. Waterhoiiso's, Queen stieot.
Tho brigantino Jno. D. Spreckels,
Cap!. 12. W. Christiansen, arrived on
tho 25th inst., with a eaigo of gen
oral merchandise for II. C. and S.
Co. and A. Feminities, Jr., & Co. of
Pain. She leaves again to-day
(Sat ui day) with 1200 bags Pain and
Haiku sugar, pist enough for ballast.
Tho Captain this time brought his
wife and sislei-iu-lavv, Miss Dora
Ness, who have been improving the
short time accorded them hereby
visiting fiiends at Sprockolsv illo and
Wailuku. Man inducements have
been hold out to thoin lo poisuade
thorn to sta, ooi until the return of
tho vessel, but of no avail, much to
tho rogiet of thoir niunoiotis friends,
who would wish to have them stay
hero fotovei, as a valuable acquisi
tion to Maui society. Bon voyage,
ladies; and au rovoir in a neat
Tho schooner Anna, Capt. 12. A.
Williams, lo-ues to-moriow, Sunday,
fot San Fianeiseo, also with a small
cargo oT sugar about 1100 bags
Tlio .1 no. D. Spieekols takes as
p.issengeis Lr. U. U. 1'oss, assistant
engineer of tho Wailuku Mill, who
goes foi tlio soa-tiipand a short stay
in San Fianeiseo; Mr. H. W. Drydon,
ex piincipal of tho Wailuku school;
Miss F. E, Campbell of Wailuku, on
a vacation tiip to the coast, and Mis.
W. I1. Mossnian and child, who re
tain to their homo in Oakland after
,i sovoial' mouths sojouin on Maui.
Col Clans Spieekols, who caino up
on a visit to tlie Sprockelsvillo Plan
tation b the last Claudine, lotuins
b her with Mis. Spieekols, to-night.
The Colonel has inspected the
vaiious depaitinents of his extensive
est. ilo and also inado visits to Waihoo
and Waikanu diuiiur his slay. Ho
looks as halo, hearty, oung and
active as of yore, and does not seem
to shaio tho goneial gloomy view of
things indulged in by most of tho
plantois at tho piosont time.
The weather continues to bo hot,
windy and diy, and tho country in
consequenco wears a patched, sun
lnlvod appeaianco; copious showers
ju-4 now would bo an inestimable
blessing, which over body is hoping
and pinying for.
lulv ill), 181)2.
THE LOST TAHITI.
Stoiy of tho Discovery of Two of the
Loon Maitoll, ieeontl3' from Mox
iio, claims to havo oon ne.u Mana
nillo in Apiil last two suivivois of
the capsiod Gilbeit island slavor
Tahiti. Ono was a Itussiau Finn,
and tho othei a Gilbeit islander.
Tho stor3 told is that a squall came
up, and that 0V013' 0110 on board was
drowned save a woman and thieo
nion, who spiang into a small boat
as tlio brig wont down. The occu
pants of tho boat had neither food
1101 watei, and thoir suffoiings wore
tumble. Tlio date of the capsizing
of tho Tahiti is said to havo boon
Ootobor 10th, and on tho 2(5 th of
that month .loliansen and his com
panion duffed aslioie.
On tho fouith day after leaving
the Tahiti (lie woman died, and the
tlnoo 111011 to siiitain life woio com
pelled lo cat portions of hor bod'.
On the tenth day ono of the Gilbert
ishindeis took to drinking salt water
and soon wont Living mad, and that
night ho ended his stilloiings by
plunging into the sea. Sixtoon days
aftoi leaving the Tahiti the small
boat with .loliansen and his com
panion was cast ashoro and, more
dead than alive, the two nion ciawl
ed.otit of hoi and lay down 011 the
beach. Thoy wore cariied lo the
huts of some lishounon neat I13', and
it was thoio that thoy woio found
hyMuitoll. Situ Framheo Clnmiule.
The K110 Police moot this evening.
Two now cottages aio to let on
A &5 lovvard is olloiod for the re
turn oT a lily horse.
''Tho Crusaders" opoia will bo re
peated at Kavvaiahao Church Satur
day night. Go.
Mechanics' Home, 5",) and (51 Hotel
stieot. Lodging by day, week or
month -25c. and 50o. a night; i
and $1.25 a week.
Hon. H. K. Hickerton is announced
as having received fiom Her Majesty
tho deeoialion of Giand Ollicei of
tho Oidor of Kalakaun.
Tlio Golden Jlale niiiumnro. (lint
Hov. Di. P. E. Clink, (ho J'liUlont
of tho Unitu'l Soi'ioty of Chiistinn
Hii(havor, will inaku a tour of tho
vvoihl in tho intoro-its of that oigan
ia( ion, whoso olovonth -iiinual I'ou
vontion has just boon attoiuli'd in
Now York City by Ivvonty (houhand
ICudoavoroib. Dr. Clink's wifo ai
coiuimnios him. Thoy will loayo San
Fiatii'iseo for Austialia on tho
bto.inioi iMaripo-sa, August HI. "Thoy
will s)oii( a fow houih in Honolulu,
whoio jwrhaps a mooting of thu O.
13. Sociotios may bo hold."
Successful Parade and Drill of tho
The only public event in colobra
tion of Kestorntion Day was a parade
of tho Queen's Guards. Thoy march
ed 5(5 stiong exclusive of ollieors
lotind town anil out to Makiki re
creation ground. The corps was led
by the Royal Hawaiian Band. At
the parade giound they stacked arms
for a brief rest and then had an
hour's drill. Col. Sam. Novvloin, as
Captain of tho Guards, was in com
mand. The body marched first in
battalion and then by two com
panies, lod respectively by Lieuten
ants Foary and Kaaha. Their
evolutions woio admirably well ex
ecuted, every movement being as
pieoiso as clockwoik. In marching
the men kept in perfect lino and
wore applauded for this featuie.
Tho manual of aims without word of
command was a pretty exhibition,
could hardly have been excelled by
the ilowor of any country's nnlitaiy.
Loud npplauso broke ftom the eiovvd
nl the end of tho performance. The
giand stand was filled, mostly by
natives, and there woio giotips of
spectalois on all sides of the ground.
The best Spring Medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only phsic, but cleanse tho
whole s stem and purify the blood.
For .sale by Benson, Smith ic Co.,
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
August 3, 1892,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.
At my bilusiooui, I will soil at I'ubliu
Auction an mvoii a of
Fine Rattan Furniture
The Assortment Compi 111s
All Goods on View To-Day.
Jas. :F Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
Stocks and Bonds.
On Wednesday, July 3d,
AT 1.' OCLOOK XOOV,
At in) feilcsroom, I, will sell ut 1'ulilii.
10 Shares Inter Island
Steam Navigation Co.
Stock, Par Value .$100.
Ami by ouler of tin i:iiutoisof the Instate
of l'ctcr Diilton, (IkcuskI,
S2500 Hawaiian Government
Six per cent. Bonds.
HUI MELE HAWAII NOEAU
Will Repeat the Opera of
Tor tliu bum Hit of that rhuri'li,
Saturday Evening, August 6th,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.'
Tickets will be found at
1IOLMSTKK X CO.,
HAWAII A K N1CWS CO.,
HOHItOiV, XKAV.MA.V A CO.,
VAA'VK IOK (JIIIJAM l'AUI.OKR.
Adults 50c. Children 25c.
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass, and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaaliumaiui St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New
Sl'l-.CMAI, DISPLAY OF
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY,
and Other Pine "Ware.
Fine Show of Glassware, lYoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
PACIFIC HARQWAHE CO., Ltd.
Fort Street., Honolulu.
REFRIGERATORS and ICE
OHWM1 NT VI. 11 OXOMU'VIj lIUItAllll .
. Eddy's Old Established
ICn OHKSIS nml linmiGUKATOliS,
CI11XA, CIlOCKr.HY, gi.a&swaiu:,
1'I.ANTATION TOOLS, 1M1M.H-
MKNTS, .mil SUl'l'I,li:S.
AI-o l'AINTS, OILS, mill
Yacuum Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils.
Alw.ns the same JIailo by u Special
I'roLess, and Ahvajs Heluiblei
IX QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Pacific Hariware Company, Ltd.
Cummins' New Block, Fort and Merchant Streets.
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Just Received a New Invoice of the
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, and Children.
Fast Color and
Are tlie Best IMIsicLe-
Temple of Fashion.
ISTe-w G-oods ! isre"w Goods !
I'O.NlilM; DHAl'r.KlKS-l'OllTlKKKS-I''KAPI'U: TlhSUK-SATrKUNH
WIHTK DItKSS UOODS IN OIir.OKS AND bTUll'LB.
JAi'ANr.bi: coiti)i:i) ouni'i:,
Ladies', Childreus', and Infants' Wear
IN (iltKAT VAlUr.TY AT LOW l'MOKS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batliing Sviits ixi Cotton a.nci Wool
roit LAWKS, CJKN'TS, AND OIIILWtKN.
OA-ILjL .AJSro SEE OXJK. 3STE"W GOODS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Eort St.
VIES & CO.
Goods, ex Benmore.
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