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NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During tho process of Deepening tlio
Channel At tho entranee to Honolulu har
bor tho Droilgor will lip in operation night
At night there will ho n Danger Signal
placed on the forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet nbovc sea level, which can be
seen by nil vessols approaching the harbor.
The Signal consist))
of 3 Hctl lights and a
White light-as In
tho diagram tho red
lights being about "l
feet apart, with tho wntn:
white light lit tho
AH steamers cro-ci-ing
the Bar will stop
at a safe distanco from the Dredger and
give one blast of their whistle, which will
bo 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.
Tho Tug will bo on hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing the Dredger when necessary.
C. K. Sl'ENCEU,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllee, March!), Ls'.J.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying AVater Uutes, are hereby not Hied
that, owing to the drouth and the scarcity
of water in the Government Reservoirs,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock . i.,
and 5 to (i o'clock i. m., until further notice.
.101IN C. WHITE,
Sunt. Honolulu Water Works.
(!. N. Sprnukr,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. r, 1S!L.
Owing to tho scarcity of water the Arte
sian Well at Waikiki will be turnc in for
a few days.' JOHN C. WHITK,
Supt. Honolulu Water ork.
Honolulu, Sept. 11, 1S'J. Mft-tf
IE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Piirly,
But Established for the ISem'fit of All.
FRIDAY, SEPT. .), 1S02.
Tho Advertiser lies deliberately
whon it states that tho Queen is re
sponsible for tho present situation.
It is tho pig-headed obstinacy of cer
tain offico:seekors amongst the poli
ticians of tho almost moribund An
nexation Party, in persisting in re
fusing to support anj- ono but them
selves in office, whether tho country
sinks or swims by such a course.
As cholera is hy tho latest advices
advancing with rapid stops, our
Board of Health should take meas
ures to hold an investigation into
the chances that it has for making
a lodgment here if it should knock
at our doors. It is not enough to
enforce quarantine regulations. The
sanitary conditions of tho houses and
streets of tho city should bo seen to.
Forewarned is forearmed.
Cabinet making seems to bo ra
ther a difficult trade to show any
practical work in just now though
there aro many amateurs who seem
willing to try their 'prentice hands
at it. Tho number of men in Hono
lulu who earn more than .$5000 per
annum, and who can't afford -to sacri
fice it to take a Cabinet position is
astonishingly largo at present, and
so is the number of those who aro
onlv waiting to ho asked in order
to, like Barkis, express thoir willing
ness to take what hasn't been offer
ed. With our limited population it
must bo something like tho two
majorities in tho Legislature, largely
composed of tho same people.
A San Francisco Call editorial of
Aug. 25, on tho Hawaiian tariff, con
tains tho following: "Tho sugar in
dustry of tho islands was built up
by Amoricau legislation, and its pro
fits have mainly gone into American
pockets. This is tho first time that
any Govomment in Hawaii has made
tho interests of tho island? them
selves its chief noncorn." "Jotild
any moro telling praise of '.lie late
Ministry havo been given? Tho
first time that any Government in
Hawaii has made the interests of
tho islands themselves its chief con
corn. And that is tho kind of Min
istry tho majority of members of tho
Legislature had no confidence in!
This morning's Advorlibor con
tains ono of its snouially writ ton
articles on our prosont political
crisis. It is not only to bo deplored
but to bo hold up to reprobation
that tho editor of that paper, when
a steamer is about to loavo for tho
Coast, invariably brings forth tho
usual article compounded skilfully
of a mixture of truth and falsehood,
detrimental to tho business interests
of tho country. It is of course in
tondod for foreign readers only and
no doubt is oxpected to bo quoted
by thoso San Francisco papers,
V'hiclj aro over on tho lookout for
somo H.'iwniian sonsntion which will
sorvo ns a basis to show a fresh in
stances of thoir hostility to llio isl
ands. Tho business community, how
over, sees what a faithful friend to
their interests the1 have in the
Atlvm t iser.
Tho following extract from Thier's
History of Franco is taken from an
article in tho Century Magazine for
tho current month on tho Vrowli
Assignats and Jlandats, which every
advocate of tho Horner Banking
Bill, or any other scheme for tho is
sue of paper money secured on tho
value of the land, should road and
carefully digo-t. Its applicability to
tho present condition of business in
this country will be readily recog
nized by every thoughtful man:
Specie is apparent by tho circula
tion, Wheu confidence prevails, tho
activity of exchange is extreme;
money moves about rapidly, is seen
everywhere, and is believed to bo
more considerable becauso it is more
serviceable: but when political com
motions create alarm, capital lan
guishes, specie moves slowly; it is
frequently hAarded, and complaints
aro unjustly made of its absonce."
"Tho one who is responsible for
tho further continuance of this situ
ation is Her Majesty. Her plain
duty is to send for a member of tho
Opposition and place upon him tho
responsibility ol selecting his col
leagues. This can bo dono any time
at an hour's notice. Tho Queen has
in writing agreed to this mothod of
procedure; will sho live up to it, or
will she continue to ignore the prin
ciple involved?" Extract from this
"Sincoroly desiring to moot tho
wishes of tho representatives of her
subjects, it has pleased Hor Majesty
to summon tho Hon. A. P. Peterson
to assist, in tho formation of a Cabi
net. Hor Majesty trusts that tho
acceptance of the suggestion to call
a member of tho Cabinet, will bring
about tho result sought for." Ex
tract from Hor Majesty's Chamber
lain's letter in answer to tho com
mittee appointed by tho caucus of
members who had voted against tho
Ministry as published in yesterday
Tho above extracts sot sidoby side
show palpably tho untruthful and
dishonest way in which tho Adver
tiser tries to iniltionco public opinion
both horo and abroad, and ereato a
distinctly inimical feeling against
tho Sovereign by alleging that which
is absolutely untrue.
aUEEN AND THE CONSTI
Tho Advertiser as usual displays
its want of knowledge of tho Consti
tution or its lack of ability to under
stand English .in its remarks this
morning under tho head of "Tho
Caso of tho Queen Against tho Con
stitution." Wo reprint below Arti
cle -11 of tho Constitution, italicising
ono portion, in order that our con
temporary ma- comprehend that
tho Sovoreign has rights under (ho
Constitution which aro at least
equal to llioo arrogated to them
selves b' certain fossilized third
rate intellects whom accident or
family connection has pitchforked
into tho position of temporary law
makers. Tho Supromo Court, as tho
Advertiser and its backers woll
know, has already given its opinion
that tho right allotted to tho Sovor
oign in tho following section of tho
Constitution is undoubtedly a per
sonal prerogative and not ono to bo
exorcised at tho behest of either
Cabinet or Legislature:
Article -11. Tho Cabinet shall con
sist of tho Minister of Foreign Af
fairs, tho Minister of tho Interior,
tho Minister of Finance, and tho Attorney-General,
and I hoy shall bo
His Majesty's special advisors in the
executive affairs of tho Kingdom;
and t hoy shall be ex; officio members
of His Majesty's Privy Council of
State. They nhull he appointed and
commissioned by the Kinij and shall be
removed by him only upon a vote of
want of confidence passed by a maj
ority of all tho elective members of
the Legislature or upon conviction
of felony, and shall bo subject to im
peachment. No act of the King
shall havo any effect unless it bo
countersigned by a member of tho
Cabinet, who by that signature
makes himself responsible.
A San Francisco Decision.
'Che San Francisco Call of August
25 contains tho following:
"yesterday tho action brought by
D. .1. Jones against Chief Crowley
and Judge JJix to recover certain
books and papers raided by the
police in tho belief that (hoy consti
tuted a lottory outfit was dismissed
by Judge Hunt on a motion by
Tho prosecution wished to use tho
books and papers in demand to
prove that the business of the piain
tilf was illegal, and a test caso was
made in tho admittance of a letter
bolioved to bo especially damaging.
The court ruled that while in
criminal cases -tho admission of evi
dence obtained by what was claimed
to bo illegal means might bo ques
tionable, in civil cases this did not
apply. In a caso such as this tho
defendant could make plaintiff his
own witness and uso any document
ary evidence in plaintiil h possession
to establish a defense,
Thereupon tho plaintiff's attorney
"throw up the sponge" by the mo
tion to dismiss reforrod to, Tho
plaintiff will pay all costs and tho
result of tho caso is a victory for
Cfiief Crowley and public deconcy,
tho presumption being that if the
papors had not contained evidence
of tho lottory Choir admission wotdd
npt havo boon opposed."
Qivo Us Something Elso.
Tho present condition of tho lot
tery discussion reminds one of noth
ing so much as tho situation of tho
little-boy whom the bad boy of the
neighborhood is tempting to piny
truant with him by tho contingent
offer of cako and marbles, while his
sister is fronziedly screaming at him,
"O you bad boy, if you go your
mother will whip you and the teacher
will point yon out as a real bad boy
not fit for tho others to play with."
If tho Dio-lotterv people desire
their project to become law they
must eonio out with some better
argument in its favor than the con
ditional bribe of a possible half mil
lion a year in revenue, and on tho
other hand the anti-lottery people
must do more than appeal to tho re
ligion and moral sense of tho com
munity as tho factors for tho over
throw of tho scheme. "With" a de
ficiency in tho rovonuo staring tho
country in tho face they must bo
propared to oiror somo alternative
sehoine to supply that deficiency, or
they will not got tho support of those
who have- boon attracted to tho aid of
tho lottery by tho idea that it will
help tho country out of its difficul
ties. It is not enough at this junc
ture to cry, "To your touts, O
Israeli" Lot us have somo common
sense and sound argument as woll.
It is Reported
That tho Advertiser printed num
borloss ballots in its lato fleecing
lottory deal in native papers.
That its roportorial acquisition
made a vilo and cowardly report of
Mr. Aschoim's mental misfortuno
which was reprobated by the entire
That tho Advertiser's remedy for
hard times is "bananas."
That tho half-hearted religious
opinions of its editor havo roused
tho ire of tho church people.
That ho seeks to olovato tho moral
tone of tho paper by quoting tho
oaths of millionaire Vandorbilt.
That ho gives prominence to vilo
slurs against a woman who, though
a Queen, is still a woman.
That tho Wilcox-Hunt sman' Liber
al bantling is suckled with Adver
That Huntsman sold whatovor
sOul ho ever possessed to tho xUlvor
That the spectacle of tho spirits
of his departed ancostors witnessing
tho degradation of thoir illustrious
son is sufficient to mako angels weep.
That tho Advertiser is sore be
cause an alleged American did not
patronize its lato gambling deal, but
publicly exposed it.
Editor. Bulletin :
For puro unadulterated servile
chattorings, for vaporings of a mind
diseased; for tho illiterate, ungram
matical utterances of a school boy,
commend mo to tho supposed inter
views in tho fish market on tho lot
tory. And yot tho Advertiser staff
lay tho ilattoring unction to thoir
souls (?) that such brainless effusions
aro devoured with avidity by tho
Honolulu public. Tho public can
stomach a good deal but do not caro
to bo driven to tho vorgo of lunacy
by such "hash."
The Hawaiian Cable.
Tho official report of tho sound
ings for tho proposed Hawaiian
cable shows that a good lino has
boon found between Monterey Bay
and Honolulu. It. follows a great
circle of tho earth, being tho short
est distanco between tho two points.
Tho cost of laying tho cable is esti
mated at $1,200 a mile, or $2,520,000.
Of course there is no hope of get
ting any Government aid for such a
commercial facility from the present
Democratic House. Tho members
havo spent too much money in trad
ing bills with each other to havo any
loft for tho larger and moro gonoral
public interest. It ought not to bo
diilicult to raise the amount private
ly. Tho Hawaiian Government will
no doubt lend its aid. Tho British
Government is picking up a lot of
small islands lying along tho route
between Hawaii and its Australian
colonies. Undoubtedly they aro in
tondod for telegraph stations, as thoy
were good for nothing elso. Unless
our people mako somo move shortly
to put in tho first link of tho chain
between horo and Honolulu there
will bo a British cable landed tit
Victoria A'. F, llulletin, July 28.
"When You Hit It."
Regarding tho accident to II. 13.
AI. S. Wnrupito tho oilicors of tho U.
S. S. Baltimore, on arrival at San
Francisco from tho North lately,
Hpoko vor3' emphatically regarding
tho necessity of moro exact survey
ing along the northorn coast. On
tho vessel's trip up to Whatcom tho
captain found it "very pad navigat
ing," and, as an ollicor put it, "now
and again you aro apt to find a rook
wheu you hit it." Tho "Wnrapito is
now iu Esqnimault undergoing ro-
A BLASTING ACCIDENT.
D. Crowningburg Struck on tho Head
by a Falling Stono.
A serious accident happened at 8
o'clock this morning on the Robin
son road, Xuu.inu Valley, above t ho
comotory, to a prison luna named
David Crowninubunr. Workmen
wore blasting rock, and after a blast
Orowningburg saw two stones fall
ing on him. Ho dodged one, but
was uuablo to got out of the way of
tho other. The stone struck him on
tho head, crushing in a helmet ho
wore, and causing a depressed frac
ture, the bones being driven in. Dr.
Petersen was summoned and tho
man was removed to the Oahu Jail
hospital. Dr. Peterson called in Dr.
Wood in consultation and the bones
wore removed and the wound care
fully bandaged up.
Dr. Peterson was seen by a Bulle
tin reporter this afternoon nud
stated that Orowningburg was rest
ing easy, although not out of danger.
As the Uulletin goes to press a
messago is received that David
Orowningburg will not live. Ho is
an uncle of Dav,id Crowuingburg,
Sir Edwin Arnold left Japan in
tho Empress of Japan on the Sth
inst. Wo understand that Sir Ed
win has been unexpectedly summon
ed to take charge of the Daily Tele
graph, and his intention of going on
to India from hero has consequently
boon abandoned. Japan Gazette.
This is the query per
What Is petually on your little
boy's lips. And he ia
It For? no worse than the big
ger, older, balder-headed
boys. Life is an interrogation
point. " What is it for?" we con
tinually cry from the cradle to the
grave. So with this little introduc
tory sermon we turn and ask: "What
is August Flower for ?' ' As easily
answered as asked : It is for Dys
pepsia. It is a special remedy foi
the Stomach and Liver. Nothing
more than this ; but this brimful.
We believe August Flower cures
Dyspepsia. We know it will. We
have reasons for knowing it. Twenty
years ago it started in a small country
town. To-day it has an honored
place in every city and country store,
possesses one of the largest manu
facturing plants in the couutry and
sells every where. Why is this? The
reason is as simple .as a child's
thought. It is honest, does one
thing, and does it right along it
G. G. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
By Lewis J. Levey.
Hawailaa & nnn Curios
On TUESDAY, Sept. 13th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will .'ell nt I'ulilie Auction, at my Sules
looniH, a quantity of
Samoau Ancient Curios
Calabashes, Tapas, Mats,
Cocoa Nuts, Walrus Tusk, Shells,
Battle Axes, Walking Canes, Etc.
gXf The attention of jmn.'li.'t-.er.s is
railed to tliis uiro lot of Curios to be wild
or- thumb cash i
Hku, 111. TELEPHONES Mutual 19.
$9.75 Per Corn
$12.60 Per Cord
$1 1,00 Per Cord
I Keel Lengths
Sawed and Split
$l!i.0.r Por Cord. .
iin.no Per Cord
ilT.OO Per Cord .
. I Feet Lengths
Sawed and Split
to any part of Honolulu
HUSTAOE & CO.
N, U. Wo guarantee our
sound anil freo from worms.
Wood to ho
Armory Building, - Beretanla St.
TDecy &c Evening.
Ladies' & Gents' Bicycles For Hire
11V THE DAY OK HOUIt.
Bicycle Hiding Sclioo
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SA.L13 01?
Household -:- Furniture
On TUESDAY, Sept. 13th,
AT 10 O'OI.OOlv A. M.,
At the KcstuVueo of M It. II. 1-'. IIEMIAIID.
I'llliehbowl xtreet, I will M'll at
Larfe Upholstered Parlor Set,
Chandelier-", Hanging Lamps
Center ,t Sofa Hugs.
Curtains A Poles, Pictures,
B.W. Marbletop Bedroom Set
Spring t llnlr MntliesMw,
Painted liedrootn Srtft Lounges,
Single Hcclstoads, ('limn),
B. W. Extension Dining Table,
15. W. SlDEHOAUl), MKATSAKE,
1 Redwood Stove & Utensils,
K I !'.,
FINE FERNS & PLANTS.
Of Salo of Goods Distrainod for Kont.
the floods anil Chattels of Thomas Onokea,
for rent in arrears of preiui.-es at the cor
ner of Punchbowl anil Kinnii streets, no
tiee is herehv given that on SATURDAY,
the 21th of "Sept., 1M)-, at 1'J o'clock noon,
at the Auction ltoom of J k I Mouoan.
Honolulu, will ho sold for mm-payinent of
rent ami costs of distraint and removal
the following articles:
1 Sewing Machine, 'J Small Tallies, 1
Small I'ouml Table, 3 Chairs, 1 liedstoad,
1 Spring Mattrexs, '2 Sea Shells,.
AUbl'ST Vl'MVA It A GONSALVKS,
517-lot ISv his uttoinov A. fl. Corron.
Fire Department I
MKMHKUS OP COMPANIES IIE11E
linricr mentioned uie requested to
atemlile on the Kxplannile, foot of Foit
To-morrow, Saturday, Afternoonj
For the imrno-o of taking part in a
Department Line Drill!
far- The following Companies aro to
participate in the Drill: Co. Xo. 1, No. '2,
No. 1, No. r, 1'ire. Polico and Volunteer
Hoys No. '2.
l&- Five Taps of tho JScll at the Central
Station is the Mgiinl for members to leave
their stations, from whonce they shall pro
reed with their Apparatus to tho Espla
nade. Per order of the Chief Engineer.
To Let or X.oaso.
rpWO N10KIY" FUU
JL nislied Itooms, cen
trally lorated. Inquire at
Biii.i,i:tin Oillre. 353-tf
UYAL PItEMlSKS, III
llerulania street, op
posite 1'ort stieet church.
Annlvtu It. I. LILL1K.
!is2-tf ' At Then. 11. Davics .t Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
J. Let one on Merchant
street and one on Port
utreet next lo miIiooI 1ioii
Apply to W. Mi OANULKSH.
'house to let.
ANEW AND VERY
to let on KIiicui street, all
IinnrovoiuentH. For narti-
cularn iiimlv to N. 8. SACHS.
SlS-lw 101 l-'ort stieet.
IOUSE OK PTYE
rr-r I'. Jll 3
btieet, with llathrooin, pat
ent . (!.. ele. Commands
one of tliu'liiioxt views In Honolulu.- Apply
to (177-tf) J. M, VIVAS.
HOUSE TO LET.
rpllE COMMODIOUS '.'-
iT ;: ;.,.. i ..;..... v.". .: ikjtu
lleretania and Kinii, ori-u- ai
pled by the undersigned to whom ainilv
fj.r ii'lrrtflllflf. W K I.ITI'I.
W. S. LIK'E
rpili: HOUSE LATKLY
1 oeeupied by H. V.
Hehbard on I'uiirhbowl
utreet. Citli Laruo Yard,
Good Stabler, etu, Eor further particulars
apply to 1)11. JNO. S. Mc (1 HEW,
rfltf-lw Hotel htreet.
A NICE (X)TTA(IE ON
lleiutaula Htreet, near
I'iikoi htreet, i-ontaiiiing
l'ailor. '2 Hedrooma. liatli-
room, Diningroom, I'antry and Kltehen,
Survant't loom, Can-lane Houhj, Stable, ete.
Trauieure pa every -u minutes. Apply nt
ollleu of t liia paper. 153-tf
IKtj i TTlffiBiCr
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins1 Bloolt, Ifori Street.
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalmmaini St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD
and Oblier Fine Ware.
3Sre"w Rugs SLncl Carpets,
Enslisti "urnitvLre, : '
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Yine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
Temple of Fashion
COUXER OP FOKT AND HOTEL STREETS.
"Wo Jvist Received
3Sr-w IDress Goods,
LsLclies' Beclforcl Caps, ,
Belts, Latest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH & CO,
ISTe-w Goodsj USTe-w Goods!-
I'ONdEli DKAI'KIUES-I'OIITIEIIE.S- l'INEAl'1'LE T1SSUE-SATTEENB
-WHITE DIIESS (iOODS IN CHECKS AND STIUI'ES. -.lAl'ANKhi:
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IN OIIM.VT YAII1ETY AT LOW 1'IUOES.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
' Batlaing Suits in. Oottoxi axid Wool
KOI! LADIES, OENTS, AND OHILDKEN,
CA.X.Ii -A-lKro SEE OTJIR. JTE"W" GOODS,
j Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
Steel Ranges !
VIES & CO.
New Goods, ex Benmore,
Ice Cream Freezers I
& Barrel Churns.
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