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HoNol.ui.r, 11. 1., August f, 1N)2. f
Notice N hereby given that nil Hnwnllitii
Onrtiflentci of I)ctmH of the denomination
of Ten l)ol!nr, N-med on the 80th of .luly,
IS!2, will he redeemed nt either of the
ll.iuUlng 1Iouom of llNhun A: Co. and
Uluu Sjirpckel iV. Co., or nt the Tri-amiry,
iiml nil ioim)1ih holiling them lire hereby
requested to exchange this same nt either
of the. ahove mentioned jiltieeo.
11. A. WIDKMANN
180-It MiuKturof rinnnee.
Holder of Water Privilege", or tlioc
paying Wnter Hates, are hoieby notllled
that, owing to the drouth and tho seareity
of water in the Government ltcervoiri,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion liurpoxes nro from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 toll o'clock i M., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Waterworks.
C. X. Si-km'kr,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. 1., Aug. i, 18IU.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the pioees of Deepening the
Channel at the entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredger will be in operation night
At night there will be a Danger Signal
placed on the forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sen level, which can be
seen by all vcs-ols approaching the harbor.
The Signal consists
of 3 Hcd lights ami n
White light as in m:n i:ii ',
the diagram the led I I
lights being about R I
feet apart, with the wiiitk
white light in the
All steamer.- cross
ing the liar will stop
nt a s-afe distance from the Dredger and
give one blast of their whistle, which will
bo answered by a single blast fioni the
Dredger, to be followed by three blasts
from the Dredger when the passage is clear
and they can proceed.
The Tug will be on hand when not other-wi-o
engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing the Dredger when neces-nry.
c. x. srnxei:u,
-Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oillce, March!), lb'JJ.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Government Lands in Kau, Ha
waii. On SATURDAY, September. 'I, 1WL, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance ot
Aliiolnui Hule, will be sold at Public Auc
tion, the Leu-e of the Government Lands
of Mohaknpu and l'oliakulou, nlt-o includ
ing Kaalaala and Kaioula, in Kau, Hawaii,
containing an area of -"(! y. Acres, a little
more or lea-.
Term Lease for 10 years.
Up-et price $AV) per annum, payable
senii-aiiiiually in advance.
l'osvt-sion of the above Lands will be
uiven Jiniuiiry 1, lS'J.i.
C. X. SPENCEH,
Minister of the Interior,
interior Ollice, Aug. li, 18!).'. Ib8-3t
Mil. 0HAHLKS WILLIAMS lias this
day been appointed n member of the Itouil
Hoard for the Taxation Di-trict of Hama
kua, Hawaii, fur the unexpired term made
vacant bv the icsigiiatioii of Mr. .1. Waio
liimi. " C. X. SI'ENOEH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior OInVe, August 2, 1NU.
Pledged In neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the lieneflt of All.
FRIDAY, AUG. f, J8!)2.
Tho Advertiser had a paragraph
this morning which has caused a
sensation mingled with wrath on the
part of many citizens. It was that
"at a mooting of tho Board of Health
tho other day, it was decided to havo
tho next through mail steamer from
Australia quarantined outside. This
action of tho Hoard is duo to now.s
received by tho last steamer of tho
prevalence of small pox at Sydnoy."
Enquiry at tho Board of Health of
lico elicits tho information t. .1
tho item is incorrect. Tho Boaul
discussed' tho intelligence of small
pox at Sydnoy but came to no such
decision. If the steamer has not a
clean bill of health, slio will be
quarantined but not otherwise.
Tho record-breaking steamers
Fuorst Bismarck and Normannia,
with two others, of tho Hamburg
American Packet Company, will bo
gin next winter a now service, from
Now York to Gibraltar, Genoa and
Naples. These bwift steamers will
enable travolors to reach tho winter
resorts in Spain, Franco and Italy in
tho shortest possible time. An ex
cursion trip to points in tho Medi
terranean, and -Egypt, Palestine,
Turkey with time to see the sights
according to their relative impor
tance will bo inado by the Fuorst
Bismarck, leaving Now York on Feb
ruary 1, 1893, the trip to occupy
from two to throo months. So far
as a wiutor rosort is concerned, Ha
waii can oll'or as genial a climato as
thoro is. Tf slio has not great re
mains of antiquity, slio has a volcano
in some respects t ho most remarkable
in tho world. All that is needed to
almost overwhelm its with trnvolors
is to start (ho fashion of coming to
Hawaii amongst tho fonr hundreds
of largo American cities. Then the
leeord-breaking steamers would
como into the harbor loaded with
Mr. J. Marsden, while traveling in
Asia, passed through tho tobacco
growing districts of .lava and of
Southern India. In conversation
with tho tobacco-growers of thobo
countries Mr. Marsden became aware
of the fact that the saltpetre in our
soil, wliiclt heretolore has been con
sidered an eirectual bar against the
successful cultivation of a good
smoking tobacco on these islands,
can be turned to good advantage in
tho growing and curing of tobacco
for wrappers for cigars. The island
of Sumatra cannot grow a smoking
tobacco on account of tho excess of
saltpetre, but produces a line article
of cigar wrapper.
It is proposed to test tho capacity
ot these islands in the production of
cigar wrappers, and to this end Mr.
Marsden was appointed by tho Trus
tees of the Plant org' Labor & Sup
ply Company to proeuro a quantity
of tho best Sumatra tobacco seed.
This seed has arrived and is now on
hand, and will bo distributed to per
sons wishing to experiment, upon
the following understanding: that
tho recipient of tho seed will plant
and cultivato tho same, and cure tho
tobacco when grown, and send at
least one-third of the cured tobacco,
with full particulars of tho condi
tions of soil, etc., under which it was
grown, to tho Secretary of tho
Planters' Labor & Supply Company
who will upon receipt of a sufficient
quantity forward tho same to some
largo tobacco market, for tho pur
pose of ascertaining tho market
value of tho tobacco, full particulars
of tho lesults to bo published in the
Honolulu newspapers. A copy of tho
prize ossay on tobacco cultivation
that lately appeared in .this paper
will bo furnished with each lot of
seed. Applications for seed should
be made in writing to Mr. J. Mars
den at tho oflico of tho Planters'
Labor & Supply Company. "Wo aro
promised some notes on tobacco cul
tivation from a gentleman of Hono
lulu whoso lx3-hood and youth were
passed on a largo tobacco planta
tion. Building Associations.
Tho man who is always going to
save money, hut never saves any, is
well known to everyone. Generally
thoro has been no good roiiBon why
he should not have saved money
except that ho has merely been
"going to save it."
Perhaps ho has started a savings
bank book, but ha1) had some need
of 11101103-, and has drawn out his ac
If this "going to save" person had
invested even a very small monthly
share of his earnings in 0110 of those
excellent institutions, Loan and
Building Associations, or Co-opora-tivo
Banks as thoy aro called insomo
States, ho would havo boon compell
ed to make his regular investment,
or undergo a small lino each mouth,
and would havo had in addition tho
strong motive of possessing an actual
share in a profitable business.
Thoso associations oiror great ad
vantages either to thoso who wish to
own a homo or to invest their money.
Thoy aro so safe that it is said that
only 0110 has failed in the more than
sixty years that thoy havo been in
operation in tho United States.
Thoy enable tho man who wishes
to build to borrow money,- when,
perhaps, hut for such an association
ho could not borrow at all, and to an
amount nearer to tho value of his
property than lie can get 111 any
If ho is an investor, ho has an as
surance .that his nionoy is earning
larger profits than it would earn in
an ordinary savings-bank, owing to
economy and tho principle of co
operation in tho managomont of the
More than one-sixth of tho real
estate in tho citj- of Philadelphia is
owned by members of these co-oper-ativo
banks. This fact is a good
demonstration of the value to tho
people of tho principle of co-operation
in saving nionoy and boyiiiing
homes. Youth's Companion.
Tin: Pacific JIaihim-.mii: Co,, Limited,
haH just received from Lngland an invoice
of the well known Doulton Ware, compris
ing Breakfast and Dinner Bets, Toilet Hets,
('lips and Hauccr.s, .lugs, etc.
Tholr stock of Plantation Tools and Sup
plies is very complete, as aho of Lubricat
Oarbolinoum Avenailus by the barrel,
c;im, or Hiuuller ijuautity.
wr vi:i:iCLY mn.uj'm M Q0L-
uiiiusof IiiteicstiiiL' licailinir Matter.
Islands, 1 1; mailed to foreign countries, $5.
Monthly Mooting of tho Board of
The monthly meeting of the Board
of Representatives of the Honolulu
Fire Department Inst night was well
attended. .1. Asch, Chief Engineer,
presided, supported by tho First
and Second Assistants,,!. H.Hunt
and D. L. Kalawaia.
Henry Smith, Secretary, read cor
respondence between the Fire Mar
shal and tho manager of tho Hawai
ian Tramways Co. Mr. Neill asked
for a conference with the tramways
man about the damage done to No.
2 engine, claiming t lint it was caused
by a tramways driver's not giving up
the right of way as required by law.
Mr. Pain did not want a conference,
having decided himself that tho De
partment had no case. Tho Chief
Engineer was authorized to further
investigate the matter.
Tho bills relating to tho Depart
ment, which have been introduced
to tho Legislature by Mr. Ash ford,
were read for tho information of tho
dolegates. Tho first one provides
that all expenditures on behalf of
(he Department shall bo approved
by the Board before being made. A
committee previously appointed on
legislation was authorized to ask for
an amendment to tho bill, providing
that in case of emergency, such as
tho destruction of apparatus by lire,
or while employed at a lire, the
Chief Engineer may in conjunction
with tho Minister of tho Interior
tako immediate action for restoring
the equipments to their usual effi
ciency. The second bill provides for tho
abolition of the office of Fire Mar
shal, and for paying tho Chiof En
gineer a salary for doing the abolish
ed officer's work. Its main section
Tlio office of fire marshal of the
lire department of Honolulu is here
by abolished. All duties herotofoto
peitaining to said ollice shall here
after be performed by tho chief en
gineer of said lire department, except
as hereinafter provided, and said
chief engineer shall bo entitled to
receive from any moneys appropriat
ed to tho uso of said department a
monthly salary of seventy-live dol
lars. Only tho Chief Engineer defended
the proposed measure, although Mr.
Smith, Secrctar', contended that tho
Firo Marshal was under no legal
control of tho Board, and if retained
should bo nominated by and made
amenable to the Board. The follow
ing resolution was, after an animated
discussion of tho whole matter,
passed without opposition:
Rixolved, That this Board, while
willing to have tho duties of the Firo
Marshal dolined by law in a manner
to better promote tho safety of the
community and tho advantage of
this Department, hereby protests
against tho proposed abolition of t he
False Charge of Shooting Preferred
Several Cinnamon niblicd into (ho
Police Station shortly after last
midnight and reported that a native
had 11 red a pistol at them at Palolo,
hurting one liatlly. One of tho
Cinnamon had wounds on his head
and arms, and blood was Mowing
from his forehead. Nothing could
bo done until daylight, when two
police otlicors wore despatched to
tho scono, and at tho instigation of
tho Chinaman three natives, Pipi
lani, Hololio, and KeakaNaiwi, woro
brought to tho Police- Station at
12:30 o'clock to-day. Investigation
has elicited tho following informa
tion: Thoro is a largo resorvoir of
witter at Palolo from which How
three munox or branches. Ono half
belongs to Ah Lo, a Chinaman, nnd
tho three nativos, as partners, the
other half being divided between
Chinamen in quarters. This water
wont to irrigate rice patches. It
seems that the Chinaman had been
stealing a march on tho natives sev
eral nights, diverting tho wator from
their patches into his own.
Last night about 10 o'clock tho
Chinaman was caught at his trick
and commanded to leave tho place,
and tlio diversion was changed.
Akana Kalauki, a lad about fourteen
years of age, went thoro later and
found tho water diverted again and
saw tho Chinaman thoro, Thrico
the water was turned off, tho China
man still persisting. Tho half-caste
lad used somo angry words, when
tho Chinaman lunged a pitchfork at
him, hut luckily missed. Tho boy
picked up a stouo and hit tho China
man on tho arm. Tho latter then
drew a two-foot blado and slashed
at tho boy, missing him again. Tho
boy picked up a heavy stono and
throw it, hitting tho Chinaman on
tlio head, making a deep gash. The
others had arrived and londored tho
boy assistance, when tho Chinaman
with his friends caino to tho Police
Station and reported that tho nativos
had tired pistol shots at him. Akana
Kalauki, tlio lad who did tho dam
ago, has not been arrested as yet.
IIVk'm you wuul i Portrait Enlarged
call on King Jtron., get their Price Lint,
and nee Hawples, They can't be, beat I
By Lowis J. Lovoy.
AUCTION SALE OF
STORE FIXTURES, Etc.
To-morrow, .A-iag. 8,
AT, 10 O'CLOCK A. M
1 will sell at l'uhlle Auction, at my Sales
rooms, a number of
Upright Counter Show Cases, Shelving,
Lamps, Chandeliers, Table,
Crockery, Hoots it Shoes,
3D PL IT O-OODS,
And a (limcral Assortment of
1-je-wis J. Levey,
ISM l . AUCTIONEER.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Wigwam Billiard Parlors!
On TUESDAY, August 9th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
On the l'lemises. Fort street, I will sell at
Public Auction the
Stock and Fixtures !
Of the Wigwam llillinrd Premises, com
prising: 2 PoolTables
With Halls and Cues,
2 Carom Billiard Tables,
Large Counter, Show Cases,
Desk, Benches, Chairs,
lee Box, Etc., Etc.
Tito above oilers a desirable chance
fW Parties wishing to purchase the
above as a whole should communicate
with the Auctioneer previous to the sale.
lIOHPi: POWKIt UPRIGHT HAXTEH
Rnglnu and Boiler, in good working
order. J'or paitioulars or terms aiiiilv to the
npwo vku v urcsi bablk a n plkas-
JL aiitly Located Building Lois, located
on Kinau and Pen.sacola streets, this city,
are ollered for sale on advantageous terms.
For particulars iniiulre of
l?.)-'Jw ,",8 Merchant street.
rpHK ISUSIXESS 01' THE LATH K. A.
JL Kego of Koioa, Kauai, will bo canied
on as heretofoie by Ins un, M. A. Hugo, in
his own name. 11. A. ItlvtiU.
Koloa, Kauai, Aug. 1, lsju. itn-.r,t
rpiIE ANNUAL MINTING OP TDK
X Stockholders of tlieOlowalu Oompuiiv
will take piaco at the otlice of Win. U
Irwin.tCo., (L'd),on -MONDAY, August
S, lb'JJ, nt 11 o'clock a. m.
W". G. 1KWI.V,
lSS-.'rt President Olowalu Co.
of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
will be held at the room of the Chamber of
Commerce, on Monday, August -JJ, 1W)J, at
10 o'clock a. M., for the purpose of consid
ering proposed Amendments to l(v-Lavs.
Per Order. F. A. SOHALViCIt.
Honolulu, July '21, 1NU. 178-m
STOOKHOLDKHS IN THK HONOMU
SUGAR COMPANY will please take
notice that the Annual Meeting of the
Company will be held at tho ollice of C.
nrewer v; iu. wuccii street, on Weilnesdav.
August 10th, at 1
it Hi o'clock . M.
A. 0. LOYKK1N.
Pecretarv II. H. Co.
Honolulu, July i!(i, lrt)j. 181-1 11
AMKBTING OP TIIOSI3 INTKHKSTED
in the proposed "Hawaiian IIukkai;
ok Initikmation" will bo held at the Cham
ber of Commerce, on MONDAY, August
Mh, at 3 o'clock v. m., for the purpose of
organizing the .same and deciding upon
tho lino of expenditure to he followed.
L. A. THUHSTON,
i:. C. MAOKAHLANK,
IfD-'Jt V. 0. WILDKIt.
to tho salil INtatu that thoy iiimtt niaki!
Iniinediati) unuut to him; nnd nil iiur
bons claiming against tho said l' A. Hi-bo,
ili-ci-iihcd, miiKi proi-iit their i-lahns to him
ut Koloa, Kanai, within slxy days or tliuy
will ho fomvi-r Imnml.
M. A. HIXIO.
Koloa, Kautu, Aug. 1, 18!)J. ts'J-nt
from T, J. King'H resi
donro. l'ilkoi HtiKiit. Kinder
will ha Miltulily rowardod on CI 1551
ruturiiing tho caiuo to tho rosldouco.
FOH CONVIOTINU THK TJUKI-' WHO
stolu Two I'ahiiB from my mountain
homo on Kiuidiiy lust. If that thiol hud
como to vy houo In town 1 would havo
glvuu him a doon freo of ohargoand Mivcd
him tho trouble of carrying ilium down.
Maluhia, Aug. 5, 160J. IhiWt
OST, JULY 23d, A
a Itay JIorno having
uhltogpot on foit-hoad,
X.'llii.t ktliMl1.-iflt..iil atjuil'
ono hlud foot whitu. unil '- -?-.u-
hrumk'd "A"- 'I'lm ahovo reward will ho
pit i il tu auvoiio leaving tin- hnro at tho
leaidciu'oof Mr, 0, II. White, Nuiiauii Val
loy, near J odd street. 1S7-U
rpllH UNDlCIINIGNKn, HAVING DKI'.N'
X duly iiiipoiutvd Ailnihilstiator of tho
Kstatuof K. A. ItoL'o of Kuloa, Kanai. ilc
I'l'iiM'tl. IiimuIiv iiotliii'S all iiurxniiH Imlulitcil
Are Hecelvlng New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
STEAM PRINTING OFFICE
Where they arts fully prepared to do all
kinds of work In tho latest styles, at
the shortest notice and at tho
most Reasonable Hates.
Fine Job Work in Colors a Specialty !
Executed in the Most Attractive
Head the following partial list of spec
ial ties mill get the Hui.i.i;tin'3 prices be
fore placing your orders. By so doing
you will save both time and money.
No lis Heads, -Hill
Iiillt, of Lading,
Receipts of all kinds,
Promissory N tea,
Labels of every variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Loiter Circulars,
Sporting Scoics & .Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Book Wink,
Klc.. Etc., Etc., Ktc,
l'llntcil, and lllnukcil when ilcshcil.-
3F No .Toh Is allowed lo leave, (ho of
fice until It gives satisfaction.
BUliOT PUBLISHING CO.,
Hmtnliilu II, t
OHAS. T. GULICK.
Notary Public for the Island of, Oahu!
Agent to tako Ai-knowh-dguments to I,a-
Imr ( outiauts. -
Agent to grant MqviV.tgo License, Hono
lulu, Oahii, . '
Agont for tlio Hawaiian Islands of 1'ilt it
rVottJ l'Vight and 1'areol KxjiroMs,
Agonl.fortho Ituilington Houto.
HKAI, KHTATK 1IH0KKH
a sit (IKN'KHAh AOKNT.
TKI.Kl'HONK -MimiAi. 13')
1 O. Dox 115
."8 Men-haul nt.
Honolulu, II. I.
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass, and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaaliumanu St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New Goods, ex Benniore.
ROYAL WORCESTER, GROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
and Other nine "Ware.
3Srew Rugs and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins1 Slock., Fort Street.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
BJGT P1CTUKE FlUMlNCi IN ALL ITS BRANCHES jg(9
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Just Received a
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, and Children.
Fast Color and
Temple of Fashion.
nSTe-yvT- Goods ! USTe-w Goods !
UOXflKi: IHtAl'KHlKS-l'OHTlKHKB-l'IMUl'l'LE TI8SUK-SATTEKN8
" WHITE DltKBS HOODS IN OHEOKS AND ST HIVES.
JAPANESE COHDED OHEI'E.
Ladies', Childrens', and Infants' Wear
IN (UlEAT YAHIETY AT LOW PH10ES,
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Bettliiiig Staits in. Cotton anal Wool
l'OH LADIES, (1ENTS, AND 01I1I.DHEN.
O-AXil-. -AJSTjD SEE OUR. 3STE"W GOODS,
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Eort St.
VIES & CO.
New Invoice of the
tlxe Best IMIeicLe.
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