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llpr '' Ai AraSa&sH rlk Hi health.
NOTICE TO MARINEKS.
l)tiritg tlio process of Pfciumltig tltc
Clinnncl nt the I'litraiit-c tu Honolulu lmr
lmr tlio Drcitgur will lu in opffutlon nlghl
At niglit thcrottill hi- n Dnugrr Signal
pliu'eil on tlio forward tlurrick of DrcitgiSr,
about !!0 foot nliovi son lovrl, vliluli vim lie
seen Jiy nil vouN nniiroiiuliliig tliu lmilxir.
Tlio Signal eonsists
of 3 Itotl lights unit a ,
Wlilto light-as In ' "i: "M'
tliu diagram tlio led I
lights being nbout 3
feot apart, with tliu I
white light In tliu j
All steamers cross.
ing the liar will stop
at a sufo distance from tlio Drcdgur and
give one blast of their whittle, which will
be answered by a single blast from the
Dredger, to be followed by three blasts
from the Dredger when the passage is clear
and they can proceed.
The Tug will bo on lihnd when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing the Dredger when necessary.
U N. SPHNCKlt,
Minister of the Interior,
Interior Otllce, March!), 1N1A
Tenders for the Purchase of Ha
waiian Government Trea
DlIPAlSTMKST OK KlN VMM:,
Honolulu, 11. 1., Sept. 1, 16!)-'. )
Under authority of the Act approved
August 30, Ih'J-', the Minister of rinanee
oilers at par Treasury Notes of the Ha
waiian Government for $.71,01)0, in denomi
nations of not loss than $.VX) or more than
$r,000, payable one-half in four months
and the other half in eleven months from
the lir.-t day of September, 1MIJ. Thu-o
Notes will bear interest not exceeding 0
pel cent per annum, payable semi-annually
in U. S. Gold Coin, and are exempt from
Tenders for the above will be icceived at
the Treasury up to the 20th day of Septem
ber, lb!).!, which tenders shall state the
amount desired, and the interest which
will be accepted by the person applying
11. A. W I J) KM ANN,
513-10t Minister of Finance.
SALE OF TWO LOTS
Of Government Land at Puna, N.
On THURSDAY, Oct. !, 1S02, nt 1'2
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of A lii
olani Halo will be sold at Public Auction
Two hots of Government hand at l'uaa, in
N. Kona, Hawaii, as follows:
Lot 1 Containing an Area of 17 li-10
Acres. Upset price .$.)0.
hot 2 Containing an Area of 10 0-10
Acres. Upset price if.V).
C. X. SPKNUKlt.
Minister of the Inteu'or.
Interior Oflico, Sept. 7, lb!)-'. .r'1(l-:it
Holders of Water Privileges, or tlio?o
paying Water liatos, are hereby notified
that, owing to the drouth and tlio scarcity
of water in the Government KeMirvohs,
tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 7 to S o'clock A. M.,
and Ti to (i o'clock v. m., until f urtlier notice.
JOHN 0. WHITK,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works,
(), N. Si'KNcmi,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, 11. h, Aug. fi, IS.",).'.
Owing to tho drought and scarcity of
water, the residents niauka of Judd street
aro requested to collect what water thoy
may require, for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN ('. WlllTi:,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. U, Is!)-'. filS-tf
Owing to tho scarcity of water the Arte
sian Well at Waikiki will bo turned on for
a few days. JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, lh!U, filfi-tf
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
l'leihjnl to neither Heel nor J'urtji,
Jlut Jiutiihlished for the Jlmefil of All.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7, J8i)2.
In reply to the resolution of a
caucus of members of tho Legisla
ture, asking Her Majesty to call a
leader from among tho majority who
carried tho resolution of want of
confidence, to form a now Cabinet,
tho Queen this morning summoned
Jlon. A. P. Peterson, one of tho Oaliu
Nobles, to perform that task. Mr.
Peterson has boon consulting with
moinbors all tho forenoon, and this
afternoon tho caucus in in .session
again, deliberating with tho view of
inviting gentlemen supposed to bo
available and acceptable for tho now
Tho suggestion is made to tho
Bulletin that, in rebuilding tho
burned wash-houses, only a single
story structure should bo erected,
and it should bo confined strictly to
laundry purposes. Tlioro ought to
bo no lodging, or cooking, or opium
smoking rooms provided, so that both
public scandal and public danger and -11 bags mails. Experienced re
frain fire may both bo averted. This is j inarkably iiuo weather throughout
a good suggestion and if tho whole the entire voyage, and arrived at
wash-house establishment could bo Honolulu September 7th at i) a. m.
Moniborsof tho Logislaturo should
rolled that tlioy havo not been sent
there to foreo either one party or
another into or out of ollieo, but to
see that the business of. tho oouutry
is out rusted to tho hands of good
men whom they are confident are
able and willing to carry it out, not
for tho profit and advautayo of one
man, family or class of men, but for
tho equal advantage of all; and fur
ther they aro sent to make whole
some laws for tho benefit, of tho
whole people. Personal considera
tions and oven parly considerations
should be entirely sol aside and sup
port given to only such men as will
1)0 able to tide over tlio present
financial dilllculties of tho country
without having recourse to danger
ous, vicious, immoral, or visionary
and untried oxporimonts at restoring
the national prosperity. Lot all
work together for tho common good,
sinking potty and personal dill'or
oneos, and every ono will receive tho
benefit of the restored confidence of
An article in tho creed of every
honorable man which ho rigidly ad
heres to forbids him to attack tho
character, inoti es or dcedsofanot her
man except in his presence whon ho
can defend himself before tho same
audience. Our constitution guaran
tees to persons accused of oven tho
greatest crimes that thoy shall meet
their accusers face to face and Havo
an equal right to bo heard with them.
Hardly will any man, however dis
honorable, attack a woman oven
under such circumstances, and no
one having any pretensions to bo
considered a gentleman will over in
sult a woman either in her presence
or in her absence. All right-minded
men and women abhor and repro
bate such conduct even if they pro
foundly pity tho lack of tho finer
fibre of manly sentiment and deed
in the creature (wo cannot say man)
who does so. It would do good to
some of our legislators to carefully
pondor over and assimilate these
wholesome truths, though it may
possibly be merely dofectivo early
education and not tho want of man
liness which produces their splenetic
and slandoious outbursts from time
Hoot "Beer on draught at T5ensou,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
White P. K. scarfs ,5 for 25 cts.
during tho clearance salo at Sachs'
Fresh, frozen oysters on ico havo
been received at the Beaver lunch
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smit h & Co.,
Tlio S. S. Australia will sail for
San Francisco at noon of Wednes
At Mystic Lodge, K. of P., this
evening tho amplified third rank will
Dr. TJowat has bought tho City
Shoeing Shop and installed J. "W.
McDonald as manager.
Men's fine silk shirts for $1.75 re
duced from $0.00 during tho clear
ance salo at Sachs' store.
A variety of goods olsowhoro spe
cified will bo sold by Jas. F. A organ
at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
.las. l Morgan will sell California
apples, potatoes and onions at his
salesroom to-morrow noon.
Gentlemen's hemmed stitch white
silk handkerchiefs for 50 cts. during
tho clearance salo at Sachs' store.
Two lots of Goyerninont land a
Puaa, North Kona, Hawaii, will bo
sold at Aliiolaui Halo on October
Mechanics' Home, 51) and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; .1?L
and $1.25 a week.
Dr. McLennan has lemoved to Ala
kea street, opposite tho Y. M, C. A.
hall, iromisos lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. OJlico hours, i) to 12, 2 to 1,
and evenings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Jell telephone 107 ; Mutual 0S2.
Tho Tramways Company intend
introducing a through service, every
20 minutes, between Nuuauu Valley
and Puuahou, by way of Queen, Fort
and Borotania streets. Tho time
table for Borotania street will not bo
changed. Tho now time schedule
for Nuuauu street is advertised in
another column, Tho now arrange
ments are to take effect on and after
Monday, Sept. 12th.
S. S. Auatralia.
Steamer Australia, II. C. Howl,
lotto, commander, sailed from San
Francisco August 111, at 2 p, in., with
Jll cabin ami II steerage passengers,
Sun lyvie!sco, AuiUhI SI, per S.
Tho Diyeaso Spreading in Europe
Appears in tho British Isles
Alarm in tho United States.
Seven cholera cases weio in hospi
tal at Antwerp on the 2!)lh, some of
them in a serious condition. A
stoker belonging to the steamer
Urania from Hamburg has died
from cholera in Amsterdam. Thir
teen cholera patients were admitted
to the hospital in Bremen. Eighty
now cases of cholera and twonly
four deaths were reported in Havre
on the 281 h. Twenty persons suffer
ing from choleraic diseases were ad
mitted to tho hospitals in Paris tho
Cholera has reached Herv in Turk
estan, and panic prevails among tho
inhabitants. Tho American mer
chants wanted to close their shops
immediately, but tho governor
threatened to oxpol them from tho
country if thoy did not continue
business. Should tho Americans bo
allowed to close their shops it would
cause great distress.
On July 6 tho native inhabitants
of Tashkent!, a town of Asiatic Rus
sia in Syr-Darya, becoming enraged
by tho reports that the Russian doc
tors were poisoning all tho victims
of cholera in tho hospitals, liokl a
mass meeting and precipitated tho
worst riot ever known in that part
of tho country. Tho mob invaded
tho Russian quarter, tore down tho
house of tho Doputy' Governor and
stoned him to death. Thoy wreck
ed many neighboring houses And set,
lire to tlio hospital.
Tho mob increased until it was
5000 strong. Troops from neighbor
ing towns wero hurried to tho scene.
Thoy wore mot by tho mob, ready to
fight to tho death. Tho soldiers
opened lire, killing sixt y and wound
ing several hundred. Then tho mob
charged tho troops and a desperate
struggle followed, in which fifteen
soldiers wore killed outright and
mairy wore soriouslj' wounded. It
looked as though the mob was going
to win, whon the soldiers wore roin
forced by a largo body of Cossacks.
Tho mob was driven to a mosque,
where another battle was fought.
Altogether about 100 wore killed
and H00 wounded.
Tho United States Government
has taken alarm, as have tho author
ities of some of tho chief cities.
Tho following despatch has been
received at tho State Department
from tho United States Consul at
Glasgow: "There is a cholera out
break hero among Russian emigrants
Tho Consul at Liverpool cables:
'Cholera is imminent; strongly urgo
medical inspection of immigrants
under consular directions with olli
Chicago is having all its back
yards cleaned out.
At San Diego, Cal., it. is believed
that tho danger of cholera reaching
that port is very remote. There is
dangor by tho Pacific Mail steamers,
but vessels out many days would
havo all dead or convalescent, as tho
pest runs its courso in two to ten
days. Tho dangor is from vessels
thirty days only from infected ports
or from passengers therefrom who
A cablegram to the Now York
World sa3rs it begins to look as
though cholera had come to England
to stay. Tho only mitigating features
in what now must bo admitted to bo
a cholera outbreak aro tho lntoness
of tho season and tho pronounced
fall of tho temperature that has
taken place the last day or two.
Gravesend is tho chief seat of tho
disease in the London district. The
schooner Ilelono arriving on tho
BOth had two cases on board, and
tho vossol was quarantined and tho
patients removed to tho London
Sanitary Hospital. As tho schooner
was on her way to America, it shows
how easily tho disease could bo car
ried across tho Atlantic.
Tho Treasury officials at Wash
ington havo received assurances of
tho oilcetivoncss of tho National and
Stato quarantine services, and say
the Department has done all it can
to prevent cholera gaining admission
to tho United States. Collectors on
tho Canadian and Mexican frontiers
aro instructed to exorcise special
vigilauco in tho examination of im
migrants and their ofTocts.
Tho latest from Germany indi
cates no diminution in t ho progress
of the disease in the many towns
wheio it has appeared, Hamburg
prosents a mournful aspect. There
lias been a stampede of people who
could afi'ord to get away,
Thoro is a decided improvement in
tho health of Paris.
Detectives have dug up 1500 sil
ver coin back of tho house of Evans
who with Soiling commit ted the
Collis train robbery in California.
Tho latest from Fall River, Mass.,
is that tlioro is not the smallest par
ticle of evidence on which to hold
Lizzie Borden for (he murder of her
father and step-mother.
ProT. Holtlen of tho Lick Obser
vatory has reported to the police
(hat ho had observed for (hrco
nights parties encamped at (he foot
of Isabel peak, in a wild section,
and ho thinks thoy aro tho Berkeley
Collector Phelps of San l''Vanei''eo
has planted a licet of lovonuo boats
at tho Golden Gate to watch for tho
yacht Halcyon, Twonly-ono coast
ers wero boarded and searched be
tween daylight and dark on August
a ihj.ssian smimi:.
Tho Russian warship Seabraka
has captured ono American and
three British schooners sealing otf
tho Copper islands. Tho captains
and crows wore sent to Victoria on
tho American bark Majestic. Whon
tho captains objected to seizure,
claiming they wero free men on a
free sea, tho Russian marines prick
ed them with tho points of thoir
bayonets and informed them there
was such a place as Siberia for (hose
who spoke too loudly of freedom.
Thoy wero given tho astounding in
formation that Russia hold jurisdic
tion a thousand miles from her
shores. Under threats of being sent
to Vladivostok for court-martial
and sentenco to Siberia, tho skippors
signed a paper admitting thoy had
been sealing, in Russian waters. Be
fore being shipped on tho Majestic
tho prisoners wero kept for days in
a prison room 11x11, with a leaky
roof and broken fioor. Tho four
vessels wore sent to Petropaulovski
to bo sold.
The New York Tribune assorts
that tho customs officers have un
earthed frauds by which the Gov
ernment has boon cheated out of
thousands of dollars in the importa
tion of sugar by an extensive and
systematic uudorwoighing of sugar
and that a number of prosecutions
will soon bo begun. From August
1, ISfll, to March 1, 181)2, when sugar
was put on tho free list, -1,000,000
pounds was imported which was not
accounted for to tho Custom-house,
and tho Government is said to have
boon defrauded out of ,?(J5,000 to
$75,000. Eight importers aro in
volved, as well as several employes
in tho weighers' department. Tho
oflicors will not rovoal names for tho
Louis B. McWhirtor, a prominent
lawyer and democratic politician,
was decoyed from his house at
Fresno, California, into his yard and
elmt. tlirnmrl, iu lmnvl. nf 't1
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o'clock on tho morning of August
2i). Circumstances indicated that
ho sold his life dearly, and it is
rumored a man with a pistol wound
has been arrested. McWhirtor is
bolioved to have been assassinated
for his political belief and not for
mono'. Tho citizens of Fresno havo
made up a reward of $10,000 for tho
conviction of tho muiderer.
Editor Bulletin' :
The Advertiser and its friends and
backers, over since 1887 whon thoy
manufactured tho Constitution un
der which wo exist, havo discovered
Haws of all kinds in it, tvhich pre
vent thoin from having things ac
cording to the dictates of their own
sweet wills uncontrolled by any con
sideration for others. In order to
got things thoir own way and sub
vort and destroy tho rights of others
thoy persistently attempt to amend
thoir Constitution not in the way
themselves provided in tho body of
that document. No! fearing at the
time that some of thoir precious
provisions would bo excised sooner
or lator thoy made tho amendment
clause so practically ironclad as to
now provont their own endeavors to
interpret tho Constitution accord
ing to thoir own wishes. What
remedy do thoy propose then? Do
thoy drop thoir aggression on the
rights of others under cover of up
holding constitutional principles?
No. Thoy havo abandoned thoir at
tempts to coorco the Supremo Court
as in tho veto clause, etc., to con
strue tho Constitution to suit thoin,
and simply stato that "tho opportu
nity has now arisen to clarify and
perfect tho working of Hawaiian
institutions by definitely incorporat
ing it in tho body of our unwritten
law," What uttor imbecility when
thoy aro 'well aware wo have no un
written law as regards our Constitu
tion, and no amount of specious
argument in (ho Advertiser will give
us any till the majority of tho peo
ple amend the Constitution to per
mit it, Constitution,
Saved from Sunstroke.
Tho poor youth's brain began tirwhirl
As ho stood 'neatli tho win's llureo glare,
Hut hu winked at u pretty llostou girl,
And she froze him with a stare.
AVic i'urk J'((m,
" I inherit some tendency to Dys
pepsia ft om my mother. I suffered
two years in this way ; consulted a
number of doctois They did me
no good I then used
Relieved in your August Flower
and it was just two
days when I felt great relief. I soon
got so that I could sleep and eat, and
I felt that I was well. That was
three years ago, and I am still first
class. I am never
Two Days. without a bottle, and
if I feel constipated
the least particle a dose or two of
August Flower doesthework. The
beauty of the medicine is, that you
can stop the use of it without any bad
effects on the system.
Constipation While I was sick I
f e 1 1 everything it
seemed to me a man could feel. I
was of all men most miserable. I can
say, in conclusion, that I believe
August Flower will cure anyone of
indigestion, il taken
Life of Misery with judgment. A.
M Weed, 220 Belle
foiitaiuc St., Indianapolis, Ind." J
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Apples & Potatoes !
To-morro,wl Sept. S,
AT ll! O'CLOCK XOOX,
At my Salesroom, Qui'Pii Rtrcot, 1 will soil
nl Public Auction
50 Boxes Cal. Apples,
50 Bags Cal. Potatoes,
25 Bags Cal. Onions.
g&-A.U TO UK SOU)-i&l
Jas. V. Morgan,
To-morrow, Sept. S,
AT HI O'CLOCK A. SI.,
At my iSiilesioom, T will si'll lit Public
Kmlius' ,t Gent's Slioes, Uiitli'nvonr,
F TJ PL 3ST I T XJ IR. E5,
Asb llcilniuni Sots,
J'ine Jtcilroom Sots,
Mattrnssps Pictures, Etc., lCtc,
Household -:- Furniture
On. Friday, Sept.
AT 10 O'UI.OCK A. M.,
At tho Uesiui'iu'i' of AlltS. I'HPbAH, Xo.
112 Korl sheet, comer (if Iteretniiiii street,
I will tell at Public Auction, tho Kntiio
Jlousoliolil Furniture, cumprii-iiii;
1 New Wicker Parlor Set,
Kitsy Clmirs it ltockurs,
Jilack II. C. Lounge,
Jlurblotop Center Tabic,
Drawing Room Portiere,
1 Elegant Piano Stand I,ainr,
C'Hiur Spiint; Jlattiabscn,
2 Fine B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Sets,
It. Clieilbiiicru, Mosquito Nets,
Vonmcla t'liairH, Funis , Plants,
2 Ash Marbletop Bedroom Sets,
Meat Safe, Ico Chest, Jlath Tub,
1 Automatic Sewing Machine,
Now Guidon Iloso,
1 Parrot Stand, Etc., Etc.
Jas. !F Morgan,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
OKPA11ATK 8HA1.KI) PltOPOSAI.S
O will bo received at tlioolllconfC.il,
Kipley, Architect, IJooiuoKmecljolaUlock,
until ''i o'clock c. m,, on tliu 10th day of
September, Ih!U, and opened immediately
thereafter, for all tho labor and material
requited for tlio Foundation, Mason Work,
Carpenter Woik, PlumhliiL', Plastcrine;,
Painting and Hlectiio Work, on tho New
Masonic llulldiuo: to bo erected at the cor
ner of Alakea and Hotel utreots, in accoid
anco with tho drawing ami Hpeo!tlcutiou
n (v on lllo at the Architects ollieo, copies
of which may be had on application. The
itulldini! Committee reserve tho right to
reject any or all bldn.
O. 11. UIPUIY,
Hia.i. Ti:i 1111, -Wt9-MiniAi,TKi.. hi.
&- Ui hiiiksck Hni.i, Tia.. ,"ii.'t. -j.i
pIIAUI.KB U'.ONAIU) IJKdS TO 1N
J form his friends ami the public that
ho has opened tho Carriage Stand, coiner
of N'uiianuaiid King streets, to bo called tho
"I. X. L. CARRIAGE COMPANY,"
whuro Special Kates will bo mado for Tou
rist and Piculo Parties t" nil places of In
terest j also Careful Drivers provided for La
dles calling or shopping. Tho undersigned
hopes by strict attention to business to
gain custom and fiivor by all.
TI8P- Carriage furnished at all hours, day
or night, alto Jluggago Kxiuess.
OWi-lw (J, WJONAIU).
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KV- VrtW , VlL-L-txu. jy--r ' - . - j- jf
M. & D. Wrought
THEO. H. DAYIES fc CO.
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalmmanu St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New Goods, ex Benmore.
SI'KCIAIj DISPLAY OF
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
"" and Other Fine "Ware.
3STe-w Rugs eliicI Oarpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Yine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
Temple of Fashion
CORN 131? OF FOJtT AND HOTEL STREETS,
"Wo Jvist Kaoeived
IsTe-w Dress Goods,
3LjEiciies' BeciforcL Caps,
Belts, Xjsitest Style.
Also a Large Line oi Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EX3IR.ILJIOI3: 8c CO,
USTe-w OoocLs ! IsTe-w Goods !
I'ONdHH DUAPKItir.y POHTUMtllH-PINKAPl'I,!'; TISSUK SATTKKN8
-WIHTU DUV.HH (100DH I.N OlIKOKB AN!.) STHIl'KS.
.lAPANKbK COIIDKD OHIIPK.
Ladies', Childrons' and Infants' Wear
IN (II1KAT VAKIKTY AT LOW I'KIOKS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Bettlaiaag Siaits in. Cotton and. Wool
KUll J.AIUIW, (1KNTH, A XI) OHIIJMtNX,
CALL A.2-T3D SEE OXJR, ISTE'W GOODS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
rABE CO., Lid.
Steel Ranges !
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.