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NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During tlio process of IVopenhig tlio
Channel nt the entrance to Honolulu hur
Imr tlio Dredger will lie in operation night
Al hlght there will he n lUngei Signal
plated on the forum d doiriekof Pledger,
about i!0 feet nhoVo sea level, which can he
secti by all vessels approaching the haihor.
''he Hlgiml consists
ofll l'ed lights nml a i
While light-as in i
the diagram the red I
lights being about !!
feel nimrt, with tlio witm:
wltllu light In tlio
All steamers ovos
Iiik the H.ir will stop
at a safe dlstanee from "the Dicdgor and
glvo one blast of their whistle, which will
lie answered by a single blast from the
Dredgei, to bo followed by three blasts
from tlio Dredger when the parage is clear
and they can proceed.
Tlio Tug w 111 he on hand w ben not other
wIhi engaged to assist sailing craft In pass
ing the Diedger when nccosarj.
c. n. sri:Ncmt,
Minister of the Intel lor.
Intei lor Olllcc, March 1), ts'J.'.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Govommont Lands in Krtu, Ha
waii. On SATUKDAY, September 3, 1S!U, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at Public Auc
tion, the Lease, of the Government Lands
of Mohakapu and I'ohnkulo.i, abo includ
ing Kaulaalu and Kaioula, in Kan, Hawaii,
containing an aica of LtHii; Acres, a little
moie or less.
Term Loa-e for 10 ear-.
Upset price f'.'.V) pir annum, paablo
cnii-annuallj in id wince.
Possession of the above Lands will be
given January 1, 181H.
c. x. sit.nclm:,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Intcrioi OflUe, Aug. 3, IS'U. 1SS-.U
lloldeis of Water Privileges, oi tho-e
pajing Water Kates, aie herebj notified
that the Houis foi u-ing w.itei foi truga
tion purposes are from (i to 8 o'clock . m.,
and -1 to G o'clock e. M., until further notice.
JOHN" O. wiiiti:,
Supt Honolulu Watei Works.
Honolulu, II. L, Dec. 2, ls'll.
C. X. Smm.mm ii,
Mmistei of the Intenoi.
MI!. CHAItLLS WILLIAMS has this
tlaj bten apiiointida meniber of the lSoad
auint by the rc-ignation of Mi. .1. Waio
hinu. C. felTACLU,
Minister of the Interior.
Intenoi (Mice, Align U 2, ls'12.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pltdijcd to mither Sect nor Poilij,
Jiut listablhht (I for the lienejit of All.
THURSDAY, AUG. J, 1S!)2.
Wo thank tho Advertiser and tho
Fiiend for tlio congiatulatory ro
matks on the Holli.tin's now oflico
Fio inoro bills that huo become
Acts of tho Legislature by the
Queen's signature occupy a largo
amount of our space to-day. Thoio
is room for tho latest news nuur
tholoss. Repairs to tlio engine of No. 2 fire
company should bo mado a mattoi
of emorgoney and e.oinilotod with
out aii3r delay. Tho safety of tho
town will not admit of such an ox
collont machine's being laid aside
longer than absolutely necessary.
Tho Friend has tho following local:
"Tho Makiki suburb lying above tho
baseball grounds has lately received
a great extension by tho opening of
two streets west of and parallel with
Makiki road, up as far as the base of
tho hills. A number of Inigo lots
have been sold and fenced, which lie
on each side of tlio threo streets
abovo Wilder avenue. The not
thing needed is to establish an arte
sian pumping station to furnish an
abundant supply of water to the
Makiki and i'unahou region." A
good suggestion is this, no doubt,
but what is tho use of hoping for
any impiovemont or extension of tho
wator supply system, if tho Legisla
ture is going to abolish our oi ganied
water works buieau?
Ono of the features of tho latent
issue of Tho Fiiond is thoaddioss of
Dr. N, B. Emerson, as retiring presi
dent of tlio Hawaiian Mission Chil
dren's Society, on tho '"Causes of J
Doclino of Ancient Hawaiian Spoits."
Ho takes up tho ofton-hoaid charge
that tho missionaries took from tho
Hawaiian his ancient pastimes and
gate him no adequate substitutes.
Tho doctor says many of tho Hawai
ian games woro noble sports woithy
of perpetuation, but shows that
thoro was a declining intoicst in
those games boforo tho missionary
entered on tho scene. Ho ghos a
lot of interesting information to
prove that tho ancient manly sports
sufforecl doelino from a period of
wnr, ending in a roligious and social
revolution boforo tlm inis-,ioiiarie-.
cnnio, and atao from tlio inlrod no
tion by otlior foroiynoii of loss do
Judfjmont Rovorsod on a Pair of
.1. Lnrnius biouht suit against .1.
12. Gomosi, tlio jowolor, a fow weeks
ago? i tlio Polioo Court for t ho ro
om ory of $75, tlio prioo ho paid for a
pair of allowed solid gold bracolots,
whioli had ttirnod out to bo only
plated -old. Tlio suit uas distnis-od
by I'olioo .7titioo Foster. Mr.
Laains appealed tlio oaso to tlio
Snpiomo Coutt. lleaiing was had
bofoio Judge Dolo to-day, whon ho
tovorsod tlio dooision and gae judg
monl for tlio plaintiff for .?". J.
llnbash, jowolor, as an export, had
examined the bracelets and topoitod
thorn only plntod, tho inside being
solid matorial olhor than gold. Tho
bracelet - have boon returned to Mr.
Gomos. L. A. Thurston for plain
tiff; F. M. Hat oh for defendant.
0. J. MeCnitliy has lots on Lililia
street for sale.
After hhaing nso Cnonniber Skin
Tonio. Benson, Smith cc Co.. Agents.
Snnbnrn relieved at onoe by Cn
enmbor Tonic. Benson, Smith As Co.,
Excellent firewood is offered for
sale by P. H. lonbeig, applications
to bo made at 11. Hackfeld & Co.'s.
M. Goldboig cautions tho public
to beware of imitations in Dr.
Jaeger's sanitary underwear.
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their houses by Miss
"Wolf, 7.' Borotania street. Mutual
Mechanics' Home, 5!) and fit Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 2oc. and siOe. a night; J I
and &1.35 a eek.
John F. Bowler offeis his hand
some now losideuco ou King street
to let, furnished or unfurnished,
with possession immediately.
A sale of lease of Go eminent
lands in Kan will bo hold at xVliio
lani Halo on Saturday, Sept. .'5.
Tho annual mooting of the stock
holders of tho Olowalu Company
will bo held at the oilice of W. (i.
Iiwin & Co , Ld., on Monday next
al 11 a. in.
i- c i i -.v.1 vunlll-
koa stieet, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, premises lately occupied by Di.
Lut. Ollico hours,!) to 12, 2 "to J,
and evenings (5 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 17 ; Mutual (iS2.
Tho Wigwam billiard parlois and
furnishings aro to bo offoiod at auc
tion, unless sold as a whole before,
on Tuesday next b James F. Mor
gan. Old McKinloy's work is getting
in on popular recieation as well as
oeiy thing else.
Miss Mary Lle, lately book-keeper
with Egan & Gunn, is prepared to
do stenographing and typo-writing
at modeiato lates. Graduato of
Heald's Business College, San Fran
cisco. Ollico with C. J. McCaithy,
Oft' For a Cruise.
II. B. M. S. Champion, after a
short but pleasant stay in Honolulu,
will leave this ooning at r:!50 o'clock
for Tahiti and tho Pitcaim Islands.
Tho Champion will make a four
months' crttiso among tho islands in
the South Seas. Tho presumption
is that she is going on another an
nexation scheme. Thoro is consider
able talk about a Pacific cablo, and
the necessity of having testing places
for it. Tho Champion leaves with
pleasant recollections of Honolulu
and our hearty good wishes.
A Roland for an Oliver.
Tho Into Hov. Dr. Mackonzio, a
well known Scottish divine, was din
ing with a largo part)', presided oor
by t lint well known legal wit, the
Hon. Henry Erskino,
Toward tho close of tho dinner a
largo dish of crosses was placed on
tho table, which Dr. Mackonzio
eagerly attacked, canying his food
to his mouth with his iingor.s. The
fastidious chaii man thought this an
excellent chance for a saicastic re
proof, and .said:
"Dr, Mackenzie, mo you aware that
you put mo in mind of King Nebu
chadnezzar while in his state of con
demnation?" Tho company smiled and expected
to soothe cioss eater abashed, but
not a bit of it; with twinkling eyes,
ho looked up to the speaker and ro
plied; "Ayo, do 1 'mind you of Nebuchad
nezzar That'll bo because I'm eat
ing among the brutes!"
Old Rags Wantod,
Clean white nigs, suit able for band
ages, mo wanted for use at tho Bishop
Homo mid tho Boys' Home, Lupor
Settlement, Molokai. Ring up 281
Mutual tolopliono, and they will bo
sent for; or loae the same at tlio
ollico of the Board of Health, or at
J, T. Watothouso'b, Queon street.
J. H. WOOD.
Fatal Result of His Fall from a
Skotch of tho Caroor of Ono of Our
Tho death of Mr. John II. Wood
of this city occunod at about two
o'clock this morning, lesulting from
injuiies roeonod by his falling from
tho roof of his carriage house, last
Monday afternoon. lie was inspect
ing tho condition of the roof, whon
tho boauls bioko and ho fell over
the eaves, striking upon a water
trough below, breaking two ribs, and
receiving internal injuries. Doctois
MeWayno and Ilenii MeGrow wore
called in, and attended him to tho
His mind lemaiued clear and vigo
rous to tho end. Eov. Henry Paikor,
at tho lcqucst of Mr. Wood's daugh
ter, Mrs. 1'ierro Jones, attended his
bedside late last night, and took tho
dying man's last messages for his
absent daughter Stella, who is tho
wife of Albeit F. Dixon, engineer in
the U. S. Navy, and for each momber
of the family. To tho clergyman's
enquiry, ''Do you feel piopared to
die?" Mr. Wood lospondod quietly
and clearly, "1 think that 1 am
Mr. Wood was a sci upulously ex
act man, tenacious of what ho doom
ed to bo his rights, but rigidly just
in his dealings with his follow-mon.
Ho lhcd a life untarnished by scan
dal. As ono of tho oldest residents
of Honolulu ho will bo missed in
this community. Mr. AYood vas
bom in Littleton, Mass., Dec. 4,
1810, and came to Honolulu in 181(5,
in the same Ossol with Charles It.
Bishop and Win. L. Lee, aftorwaul
Chicd Justice. Wo understand
that his will, after pimiding foi
his daughters and their childion,
makes tho following charitable be
"Fifh Dollais to each of tho fol
lowing associations of Honolulu,
vi.: to tho Young Mon's Christian
Association, to St. Andrew's Piiory,
to tho Episcopal Church for the use
of its Second Congiegation if exist
ing at my decease, to tho xnieriean
lftW'i I' uiul foi the benoht of
Willing uiiu uuKHiiiiit.,, 4!..i-i iifttia
in Honolulu, to tho Mechanics'
Reading Room, and to the Queen's
Tho funeral will be to-moriow
afternoon at J o'clock fiom tho resi
dence. Boxing Bout.
Tho variety entertainment gien
at tho Assembly hal' last night was
generally acknowledged by tho
knowing ones to have been ono of
tho noatost things in boing over
given in Honolulu. Thoro was plenty
of hard hitting, yet throughout the
proceedings good humor prevailed.
Tho competitors, of whom thoro
woro four couples, all belonging to
II. 13. M. S. Champion, showed a
variety of pugilistic accomplish
ments, varying from light to heavy
weight, each couple being fairly
matched, and in no instance was
thoro any slogging, Science was
tho rule, and boxing tho ordor. Tn
tho six-round bot-to between J.
Gurnoy and W. Johnson thoro was
some very pretty work done, and
in tho last round sonio hard hit
ting. Both men aro ho.-ny weights
and stripped beautifully. J. Gur
noy especially is a Inan who would
be eagerly sought aftur by either
a painter or sculptor, and it is
no exaggeration to say ho would
command tho admiration of any
audience in the world, Tho last
sot-to botweou two boys of tho
Champion cieated much amusement
by the dodges resorted to by ono of
tho combatants, and was a good fin
ish to what was gonoially acknow
ledged to bo a splendid entertain
ment. For Supremacy of tho Whites.
Birmingham, Alii., July 2, 18i)2
An organization has boon formed
here known as the "Knights of tho
White Shield." About two hundred
and lifty woro initiated into the
ordor. Tho oath is ironbound and
rock ribbed. Tho constitution nar
rates the troubles with tho negroes
nnd proposes to form alliances for
the preservation of whito supiomacy.
Nothing will bo done in violation
of United States and Stato laws, but
steps aro to bo taken to spread tho
ordor and lid tho country of the
negro race. Some of tho prominout
men of tho city are members of tho
order. It is proposed to organise
lodges all over tho South as fast as
possible and form thoni as soon as
feasible into a political patty. Tho
meetings will bo hold weekly, but
sos.sions will bo soerot.
llVieu you want a Portrait KiiUtiyed
call on King lhon get their Price Lint,
nul see SumplcK. They can't be beat!
What Would You Say P
nrsi'KCTiUM.Y lirmrvTi.il to tiii: "ur
When on n lovely summer's night,
You'ro out for n nll upon the buy,
Willi jour very bet (drl nnnjed In white,
With riiHj checks mid ejes; so blight,
Wluil would jou vny?
And when enthralled bj nil her chnrins,
You wish tlmt life uete one long dny
Willi such ii girl to shield from lmrms
To shelter both In -torm nnd calm,
Wind would j on siij ?
While thus hi sweet mcdltntinn deep,
Your nrin steals ni mind her in n pioke
'1 here comes ii gust: the bolt's upset
And together jou're tumbled Into the
What would jou wiy?
You icm-iic the maid and bo it, and sail,
1'roiu the eulel wntcis of the bay,
And at last jou nfel le.ieh the shore
Your struggles and jour dniigeis o'ei
What u mild j oil say V
A dripping couple ai in In ai m,
Tow aid her home jou wend jour way,
And mamma meets oti nt the gate
in u terrified and anxious state,
What would jou saj V
And papa, learning of the fin t,
Thnt jou've dumpid hlsdiullng in the
lmpdres befoio the Mumbling maid,
AVlint fool taught jou a sailor's trade?
What would jou say?
Theie is but one sentence that can expiess
Your thoughts just then they aie far
Your clothes ine spoiled shoes tilled with
So when jour room is reached, nnd the
door is shimmed
You gently murmur "Well,
I'll he'd d."
KltMM iv IIUMIUT.
Tho following itoms aie from tho
Planters' Monthly for July:
Tho yield of tho Kohala I'lnntn
lion on Hawaii for 1892, has boon
Paia Plantation has earned eight
percent dividend on this season's
crop, and carries foi ward a balance
of earnings sullicicnt to take off and
maikot the crop of 18!)3.
Tho Onomea Sugar Company's
Mill at Papaikou has closed its woik
lor IH)2, wan a splentlul crop ot
0150 tons of sugar, equal to four
and a half tons to the aeie for plant
and rattoons. This is the l.v.ist
and most satisfactory jield of any
plantation on Hawaii foi 18112, and
speaks well foi the management.
Tho liist vear's output of tho F.wa
Plantation lias been 2815 tons of su
gar, or about ! tons per acie. A
yield of five tom per acie was look
ed for, but owing to aiious eiicuni
stancos, as usual with a new mill
and a now plantation, the outcome
fell off about eight peicont fiom
what it should hae been. II $00
acres of cano aro ''omiug on for the
well, (5500 tons of sugar may be
There has been a consideiablo fall
ing off in this yeai's) jield of sugar,
equal to at least ten percent on some
plantations, which is attiibuted to
the cold weathei dining tlio winter
of 1890-1, which chocked thegiowth
of tho young cane that matured and
was ground this reason. Tho Euro
pean boot crop of I8'.)l sulleied from
the same cause, and to full' as groat
an extent; tho beets maturing in the
same year (1891) while the cane, ro
quiiing twenty months' growth, did
not mature till Ib92. Hawaii and
Maui suffered moie in this w.-ry than
did Kauai, owing piobably to theii
high mountains which gieatly af
fect tho temporal mo of the air lower
Tun I'u'ilio Jl wmu m:i: Co,, Limited,
has just recohed from lhiglnnd an imoiee
of tho well known Doulton Waie, compos
ing Breakfast nnd Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets,
Cups nnd Sauceiri, -lugs, etc.
Thoii tdock of TJ inlatlon Tools ami Sup
plies i.s very complete, as also of I.uhiicnt
C'arboliiieuiii Awniirius by the liiuol,
case, or smaller quantity.
A traveling man who chanced to
bo in the store of E. V. Wood, at
Molxoos Kocks, Pa., says while ho
was waiting to see Mr. Wood a little
girl came in with an empty bottle
laboled Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
and said, "Mamma wants another
bottle of that medicine; she says it
is tho best medicine for lhoumatisni
sho over used," Eifly cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
rpjli: ANNUAL- MHKTINtJ OK TUi:
1 btockliolihrsof the Olowalu Oiuiipanv
will take pluto at the tilth o of Win. ti.
hwin A Co., (L'd),on MONDAY, August
X, IH'L', nt II oVloukA. m.
W. O. JHWIX,
IKS-IIt President Olowalu Co
For Sale !
FOR SALE CHEAP
Ai tho Wulalnu Jtanch.
W Applj to
P. R. ISENBERG,
WS-lw At'll. Hackfeld .V Co.'n.
By Jns. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Wigwam Billiard Parlors!
On TUESDAY, August 9th,
AT to O'CLOCK A. M.,
On the l'leiulses. 1'ort street, t will sell nt
I'ubllc Auction the
Stock and Fixtures !
Of the Wigwam Hllliaid Premises, com
prising. 2 PoolTables
With Halls nnd Cues,
2 Carom Billiard Tables,
Iugo Coillltel, Show Cases,
Desk, lk'imhes, Chaiis,
Ice Hex, i:tc, l'.te.
MF The nhoYo olleis a dcshablo chance
OF Turtles wishing to puiehase the
above as u whole should coiiiniunlcatu
witli tho Auctioneer previous to the -nle.
J"a,s. DF1. 3VCorga.il.,
AUCTION SAL ID OF
Fine Linen and Silks!
On Friday, August 5th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At in Salesroom, Queen Strtetj 1 will -ell
at l'ublie. Auction an invoice of
Fine Linen and Dress
Comprising some of the Finest Goods Im
pel ted hcie, as follows:
ranev Xet J)ress Goods,
Crepe Cloth, Tine Dress Stripes,
Canvas Curtains, Madias Curtains,
IMntid India Muslins, Madias Muslins,
Victoii.i Lawns, Linen Lawns,
White India Linens.
Also an invoico of etia fine
Japanese Goods !
.Lip inesc Silks,
1'iiie Silk ll.indkei chiefs.
Gloods on view all day
lteiiieiubci this is an
Unucual Opportunity to Buy Goods!
g.& The L lilies invited. -&1
Jas, 3F1. 3VEorgari,
FINE CANDIES !
HART & CO..
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish to inform the l'ublie of Hono
lulu and all residents of the other
Islands that they have t-eeuicd tho
seiwtesof Mr. Ch.ules Luduig-un,
an expert Candj Makei of long ex
perience, and who is pirticulail
familiar with the t.iMesof all loveis
Having recently made gieat im
proveiuents.ind added new machin
ery to our extensive Candy Factory,
v,o aie now bettei able than evei
before to supply the public with
High Grade Confections of Unsur
passed Quality and Stiittl l'uio
and Wholesome Mateiial. Our
motto will always be
"mit now ouru', hut now noon"
can v,u make tho Candies.
Youre, anxious to please.
JIAltT A CO.
Dun. Ici:GuKM I'a limits
ami Cmiv Factokv.
O. L. BK.ITO,
Corner of Smith & King Streets, Honolulu,
KIWI'S A OOMI'LLTi: LINK OP
Hew Consignments by Every Steamer.
Fresh Waialna and Kona Butter
At 40 cts. a Pound.
KM 1 111
The Best Limcli in Town.
Tea. a-nci Coffee
.A.t -A.11 Hours,
The Finest Brands of
Cigars and Tobacco
Always on Hand.
H. J. 3STOLTB, Frcvp.
I OhT, JULY aid, A
ij iia iiorse Having
wlilte npot on ioielu.ul, a
u liilit sti.MiL inmul in il. ' Zli
oiiehinii foot white, ami -i -n&iS?!
branded "a". The abovo reward will be
paid to undone leaiug the horo nt th
resideiueof Mr 0. H White, Nuiianii 'a
lc, nca i Judd htrict
rplli: WKKKLY HULLliTlN -,'n COL-
1 uiunsof Inteiestint,' lleadint; .Mutter.
Islaiultj,'f I, mailed to foielgn touutiies, V-
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass, and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumaim St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New Goods, ex Bcnmore.
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD
and Other Tine Ware.
3Sre-w Rugs a.nci Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, lYoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
ACIFIO HARDWARE GO.,
Fort Street, HEonol-ULliJi
REFRIGERATORS and ICE CHESTS.
ouxmi:.tt, rcoNOMicM. nunviii.r.
Eddy's Old Established
ICi: CHLSTS and ltlirilKinitATOKS,
CHINA, CI10CKHRY, OLASSWAIMO,
PLANTATION TOOLS, IMPLi;-
MT.NTS, nnd SUPI'LIT.S.
Also 1'AIN'IS, OILS, and
Yacuum Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils.
Always the same. Made hj a Special
1'ioccss, and Alwajs l'eliable!
IN QUANTl'l'lUS TO &U1I".
Pacific Hardware Company, Ltd.
Cummins' New Block, Fort and Merchant Streets.
t-- Bs 3
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Jxist Received a New Invoice of the
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, and Children.
Fast Color and
Are tlxe Best ZMZsicLe
This Space is Reserved
Temple of Fashion.
IsTe-VT- Groocis ! nSTe-w Goods !
i'ON(ii:i: i)i:Ai'i:i!ir.s-'ouTii:iii:s-i'iNK.vi'i'Li: tibhui:-satti:i:ns
-WHlTi: DHLSb (lOODB IN OJJKOKB AND STItll'LS.
JAl'ANi:SU COKDKl) OltLl'i:.
Ladies', Childrens', and Infants' Wear
in oki:at YAiMiyrv at low imoi:s.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Bettl-Ling Suits in Cotton and Wool
KOIt LAD1LS, (lILNTh, AND ClULDltKN.
CALL uA.3STD SEE OTJK. TXXYW OOODS,
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Eort St.
VIES & CO.
2b. V JL JL F-- M m