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Hawaiian Iiottor Signals for Uso
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HoNOMll.V, September l7tli, !!).'.(
The Collector-acnernl of Customs for the
Hawaiian Kingdom is hereby authorized
and empowered to assign, issue nnd pub
lliih n code of letter signals for the u--o of
vessels registered undor tlic Hawaiian
Flag. Such code shall be In unlon with
the British Codo List and the Interna
tional Code List. The letter signals
assigned by the Oollcctor-Ocnoral shall be
entered on the Ship's Kcglstcr.
E. C. MAOFAULANK,
Mlnlutor of Finance.
Minister of Foreign AlValrs.
CHAS. T. QUUCK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Huhkau ok Custom-".
Honolulu, September 27, lb'J.
By virtue of tho authority above con
ferred, 1 havo assigned to the Hawaiian
Merchant Vessels below mentioned and
described, the signal letters following their
A. S. CLEOHOUN,
Collector-General of Customs.
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Tho Hoard of Health has directed its
Agents to make a special inspection of
houses and premises in thu City of Hono
lulu with a view of putting tho same in a
good sanitary condition, and the public
ure therefore requested
1, To rendor all assistance possible to
tho Agoits of tho Hoard of Health.
2. To obey the instructions of the
!). To put drains, cesspools, privy-vaults
and other receptacles of refuse In a good
4. To have all garbago and otb.T decay
ing refuse promptly removed, and all
sources of noxious smells disinfected.
ity order of the ilourd of Health.
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 1802. fiSO-l It
Hy virtue of authority given by an Act
of thu Legislative Assembly entitled, An
Act to Prevent the Infection of Cholera in
the Hawaiian Islands, approved on tho27tli
day of Soptemher, 1892, and upon the re
commendation of tho Hoard of Health, I
do hereby declare all Ports of Kntry In this
Kingdom, excepting Honolulu, closed to
shipping other than coasting until further
notice. K. 0. MACFAHLANK,
Minister of Kinunco.
Honolulu, Oct. 1, 1892. M8-tf
Messrs, King Bros, are showing a fine
line of Bamboo and other style Parlor
Easels, Wall Brackets, and Window
Cornices, at Prices to meet the times.
Wafer i hi i " ii Ti jiiiilMir i r in tJMiiiltfWMiiMBK &.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOT
Oornor of Punchbowl Stroot and
Printer's Lano, Honolulu, Oahu.
On THURSDAY, Oct. 0, 1B!, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front ontranco of A1H
olanl Halo will bo sold at Public Auction
tho Government Lot on tho south corner
of I'unohbowl street and 1'rlnlor's Lane,
Honolulu, Oahu, containing nn area of
12,311 square feut, togethor with the
Tho Government reserves tho right at
any time to cut through tho upper part of
this liOt a road 50 foot wide for tho purpose
of offending a street from Palaco Walk to
Alapal street without liability to claim for
damages from the owner or occupier of
said l.ot, cither for land taken or for tho
removal of buildings or fences.
A map of the Lot showing tho strip re
served for road can bo scon at the Land
Office, Interior Department.
. Upset prieo $760.
0. N. SI'KNOHU,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllce, Sept. 7, 1892. fil7-3t
SALE OP LEASE
Of Government Lot on Q.uoon Stroot
now occupied by tho Hono
lulu Iron Works Co.
On THUUSDAY, Oct. I), 189.!, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Alii
olanl Halo will bo sold tho Lease of all
that Lot on the mauka side of Queen street,
opposite tho Old Custom House, having a
frontage of 1I2J4 feet, and a depth on tho
Kwa sido of WIH feet, and on tho Waikiki
sido of 92Ji feet, now occupied by tho
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Term Lease for Ton Years.
Upset price $300 per annum, payable
scmi-annuallv in advance.
(5. N. SI'ENOKU,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oillcc, Sept. 7, 1892. MT-Iit
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LAND
At Lanihau 2d, Kailua, N. Kona,
On THUUSDAY, Oct. (!, 1S!, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale will bo sold at Public Auction
a piece of Government Kula Land, by sea
shoro in tho village of Kailua, at Kona,
Hawaii, suitable for houe site or small
pasture lot, containing an area of 1 li'J-lOO
Upset price $150.
C. N. SPLNOKU,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllco, Sept. 7, ISO!. 517-Iit
SALE OF TWO LOTS
Government Land at Pima,
On THUUSDAY, Oct. (i, 18!).', at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Alii
olani Halo will be sold at Public Auction
Two Lots of Government Land at Puaa, in
N. Kona, Hawaii, as follow:
Ix)t 1 Containing an Area of 17 U-10
Acres. Up:ut price $.r0.
Lot 2 Containing an Area of 1U 0-10
Acres. Upct i)rice $."0.
C. N. SPUN'OKU,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofllce, Sept. 7, 1802. OKKJt
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, arc hereby notified
that, owing to tho drouth and tho scarcity
of water in the Government Hcscrvolrs,
tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 to IS o'clock i m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITK,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
O. N. Sl-KNLT.II,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. fl, 18!I2.
AUUAHAM K. K1CKAI has this day
been appointed Luna to take up estray.s on
the Government roads, from Moanalua to
Lillhii street, from Lililia street to Haalili
amanu lliidgc, along School, Kuakiui and
Jntltl streets to Nuuanu street, also on
Government toads at Kahololoa, and on
Government lands in Kalihi, Honolulu,
Oahu. ('HAS. T. GULICK,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Interior Olllce, Oct. 1, 1802. 537-:!t
Miss. K.MMA METOALK NAKU1NA
has this day been appointed Commissioner
of Private Ways and Water Uights for the
District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, vice
Clias. T. Gulick, resigned.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllce, Oct. 3, 1802. SliS-Iit
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
Hut Established for the Benefit of All,
TUESDAY, OCT. -i, 1802.
Big: Opium Soizure.
Oiliuor John Bukor was on duty
on tho Oceanic Steamship Com
pany's dock at 7 o'clock last night,
when ho saw a man coming down
tho gangway of tho barkontino S. N.
Cabtlo, carrying two oil drums.
Bakor suspecting hoinothing follow
ed tho man, who wont over to tho
Intor-Island Sloain Navigation Com
pany's wharf. At that placo tho
man deposited his load. Tho ollicor
whistled lor assistance and some
natives who were fishing near by re
sponded. Thon ho got tho night
watchman to telephone to tho Sta
tion for assistance, which being
done brought down Lieut. Aiwoln
and another ollicor.
Tho prisoner said his name was
Staugo and ho was carpenter on tho
Castle. With tho two oil drums
which wore marked "Castlo&Cooko,
Honolulu" ho was convoyed to tho
station. On tho drums being opened
they wore found to contain 102 half
pound tins of opium packed in
oakum, Tho value of tho catch at
present prices of tho drug is about
&I0O0. Stango's bail was iixed at
.f()0. Ho didn't put it up, but ap
peared boforo Polico Justico Foster
this morning. After hearing evi
dence ou both sides His Honorj at
tho Crown,s request, instead of im
prisonment imposed tho highest
lino under the law $250 with $.'$
costs. Tho lino was not paid up till
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
CHOLERA SCARE OYER IN THE
Hawaiian Consul-General McKin
ley at San Francisco Dead,
CHOLERA REPORTED ON THE S.
EMPRESS OF INDIA EN ROUTE
TO VICTORIA, B. C.
Tho Hawaiian Treaty Pending at Wash
ington Permanent Cession of
Pearl Harbor Desired.
Francisco, September 27,
Mrs. Harrison is worso again.
San Francisco papers have ex
tended reports of Frof. E. D. Pros
ton's astronomical work in those
David A. MoKinloy, Hawaiian Con-
sul-Gonoral at San Francisco, died
at tho Palaco Hotel, Sept. 18th, of
Tho cholera scaro is declared
ended in the United States. No
moro caos havo appeared in qua
rantine sit Now York.
Tho Governor of Texas has de
clared a quarantine against New
A ship arrived at Buouos Ayros
from Genoa, reporting 21 deaths
from cholera on board.
Congress has expressed itself by
voto that tho World's Fair should
bo closed on Sunday.
Sir Richard Owen, tho celebrated
surgeon and professor of anatomy,
is dying in London. Ho is 88 years
Lord Rosoberry thinks British oc
cupation of Uganda might prove as
big a job for Great Britain as tho
conquost of the Soudan.
Tho New Zealand Legislative
Council has passed the Woman's
Franchise bill, with a proviso that
female voters may bo registered
without personal attendance at tho
Tho imprisoned Irishmen, con
victed undor tho Coorcion Act, will
nearly all bo released by Morloj,
Secretary of State for Ireland.
Tho disastrous results of tho fall
in tho price of silver on tho financial
position of India aro shown in an
ostimato made public in London.
This shows a probable deficiency
from 80,000 to 150,000 lacs of rupees
in tho next budget.
Emperor "William has had a re
turn of his old oar trouble. His
general health is excellent, but His
Majesty's spirits aro much depressed.
Specialists pronounce the roturn of
tho trouble to bo tho effect of a cold.
Tho business men of Liverpool,
England, aro alarmed at tho pros
pect of tho transfer of the Inman
steamer lauding placo to Southamp
ton, and by rumors that tho Cuuard
and "White Star steamers will also
withdraw from Liverpool, and by
tho threatened competition of Mil
ford and Bristol as British posts for
the trans-Atlantic steamship trado.
Cunningham, who passod through
Honolulu on tho Monowai, is exhi
biting a troupo of Queensland na
tives in San Francisco. Ho is the
man who had a baud of Samoans
hero in 188!), who loft him in tho
States and wore sent homo by tho
New York Word"
Tho Band of England reports a
decrease of $10,000,000 in the liabili
ties of tho Baring brothers in tho
past six montliSj reducing tho
amount outstanding to abouj. $3,
000,000. Tho whole business is now
in a fair way of settlement without
further loss to anyone.
Baron do Hirsoli's La Flecho won
tho Lancashire pinto of 10,000 sov
ereigns on tho last dny of the Man
chester September meeting.
Offers have been mnuo of the
money required, (5000, for tho pur
chase of ground near tho Damascus
gate, Jerusalem, which General Gor
ilon and others identified as the
actual silo of thosopulchorof Christ.
This money will buy a froohold of
ground and maintain tho tomb and,
protect it from sacrilege and decay."
Princo Fordinand of Rotunania
and Princess Mario, tho daughter of
tho Duko of Edinburgh, will bo mar
ried on January 20 at Sigmarigon,
The steamer Esporanza arrived at
Hull, England, from Manchester on
Sopt. 21th. An hour after her ar
rival hor captain was stricken with
cholera and removed to tho hospital.
All tho othors wore well,
Tho Democratic Stato Central
Committee of Colorado has endorsed
the wholo People's ticket.
Grovor Cleveland's letter of accep
tance is published. It says thoro
should bo no tnriiF levied further
than is needed to secure funds for
the nocessary expenses of govern
ment. Tho force bill is denounced
as a lawless attempt to retain a dis
credited party in powor. Every dol
lar should ho worth as much as
every other. The civil servico re
form law should bo enforced in
spirit and in lettor.
It is rumored that Glndstono will
havo trouble in tho Cabinet ovor his
' ASHCM-.' i
homo rulo hill long boforo Parlia
ment has A chance to discuss tho
Thoro is war in Venezuela. Tho
Govornmont has tho advnntngo of
tho fighting so far. Tho U. S. war
ships Chicago and Koarsago nro at
La Guayra find tho Concord at Pu
Captain O'Brien sticks to tho
wrecked wtialeback steamer Wot
more, so as to keep salvage parlies
off tho vestal. William Holmes is
with him, and thoy aro in great dan
gor. At night thoy go aloft to bo
out of tho broakors.
It is rumored tho Democratic and
People's parties in Washington
Stato will unite, undor an arrange
ment to give tho Stnte to (ho Peo
ple's and (lib presidential electors to
Tho Roalimr schooner Dora Sie-
ward has arrived at Victoria, B. 0.,
12 daj's 21 hours from Copper Isl
and. On her. homeward voyage sho
was caught by a submarine volcano,
which tossed her almost out of tho
water nnd throw tho men down on
deck like nine-pins.
A bomb vras exploded on a South
Pacific traiiirfiioar Tracy; Cal., and
tho headlight of tho ongino of a fast
freight tram was shaltorod and tho
ongino all but thrown from tho rails.
It is supposed to havo been tho work
of train-wrockors, and that tho pas
senger coaches were tho object of
tho villainous worlc.
Sir Edwin Arnold says of cholera:
"Moro people die from bronchitis,
teething and measles than from cho
lera. It is not such a terrible dis
ease. 1 havo helped to carry into
hospitals man' persons alllicted with
it in the streets of India. It is no
more than n colossal, protean sto
mach ache. Simple precautions will
ward it ofi."
Seventy new cases and 81 deaths
from cholera wore reported in Ham
burg on the 2(i(h. Up to Saturday,
Sept. 21, the authorities report a
total of 17,000 cases and 7000 deaths
Havre had four now cases and 51
deaths, Sept. 25. St. Petersburg, 17
now cases and 10 deaths.
It is reported there is a case of
cholera among the ziii steerage pas
sengers of tho Empress of India, on
tho way to Victoria, B. C, from
Hongkong. Tho report says tho
steamer was not allowed to land at
A big strike of cotton operatives
is expected in England if tho masters
carry out a design to reduce wages
Chinamen in New York Stato aro
lefusing to register and have their
photographs taken under the Geary
Tho Pan-Prosbytorian Council,
in session at Toronto, is considering
a resolution condemning the harsh
treatment of Chinese in the United
States, Canada and Australia.
Tho Life Guards at Winson, Eng
land, aro disaffected and inclined to
bo niutiiiou. Thoy dislike Capt.
Rawson for his imposing of extra
drills on them.
Seattle sealers aro exorcised over
tho report that a British warship has
gone to Vladwostock to investigate
the Russian seizure of a British
schooner. Thoy want tho United
Stato to send a warship to look into
tho seizure of American vessels by
rnAnL iiAitnoit theaty.
A Washington despatch of Sopt.
21 says Hawaiian a flairs aro being
watched very closely. "Until the
next mail arrives it will bo impossible
to toll whether tho change in tho
Cabinet will affect in any way the
interests of the United States. Jt is
understood a new treaty, which gives
tho United States enlarged rights
and powers in tho islands, is now
being prepared in Washington, and
tho composition of the Cabinet may
havo much to do with deciding
whether it will bo accepted by tho
Queen. It is understood tho treaty
will give this country perpetual
rights in Pearl Harbor for tho estab
lishment of a naval station and a
coaling depot. Tho present treaty
to occupy this haibor will expire
upon either party giving twolvo
months' notice after November, 1801.
There is at present $250,(KX) available
for the improvement of tho harbor,
and it is probable its expenditure
may bo delayed until some posit ivo
assurance can bo obtained that tho
cession of the harbor will bo mude
By Lowio J. Iievey.
SPECIAL CASH SALE !
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,,
I will soil at 1'ubliii Auction, at my bales
rooms, a quantity of
Household -:- Furniture
AND MATTRESSES !
Also to close consignments
English, German & American Beer
Parlor Set ! A Barpin !
Black Walnut Parlor Set
Upholstered hy Williams
last your In
OLD COLD WITH CRIMSON PLUSH FACINGS
(1001) AS 'KV.
Will bo Hold Very Cheap on account of
breaking up housekeeping.
A1TI.Y AT TH IB OFFICII.
For Mouldings, Frames, Pastels, A rto
types, Photogravures, Etchings, and
everything in the line of Pictures, go to
King Bros., Hotel street.
Here is nu incident from the South
Mississippi, written in April, 1890,
just after the Grippe had visited that
country. " I nui a farmer, one of
those who have to rise early and
work late. At the beginning of last
Winter I was on a trip to the City
of Vicksburg, Miss.,vhere I got well
drenched iu a shower of rain. I
went home nnd was soon nfter seized
with a dry, hacking cough. This
grew worse every day, until I had
to seek relief. I consulted Dr. Dixon
who has since died, and he told me
to get a bottle of Boschce's German
Syrup. Meantime my cough grew
worse nnd worse and then the Grippe
came along and I caught that also
very severely. My condition then
compelled me to do something. I
got two bottlesof German Syrup; I
began using them, and before taking
much of the second bottle, I wa3
entirely clear of the Cough that had
hung to me so long, the Grippe, and
all its bad effects. I felt tip-top and
have felt that way ever since."
PetbrJ.Brials, Jr., Cayuga, limes
Co., Miss. O
By Jns. F. Morgan.
On Monday, Oct. lO,
XT Vi O'CLOCK. NOOK.
Mr. Jus. I Morgan will noil at 1'itlilli- Auc
tion, at hit Auction Hnum, Qw-un
Thu paid up l'ollcv No. r)0i),.rl5 of the
Mutual Llfo In-. Co. of Now York for H'i0,
isMiicil to Anton lloiba of Wailnku, Maui;
And all the right, title and in ten-it of
Anton Itorlu of Wailnku, Maui, in anil to
an undivided two-fifths Intoroit in that
certain l'ieco or Parcel of Land containing
an una of t:f,7;!(t square feet, nnd helng
situate on the mauka ildo of King tiect,
l'awna, next to thu vacant lot at tho corner
of King and l'unahou street-. Tliu wholo
piece ol land lui- u frontage of 18J)y, feet on
King street, and a depth of '.Ml feet and is
under lca-e to Chin Cluing at $100-per an
num, lea-e to run up to September 15. 18!W.
Anton Itnrlin'H title to two-fifths of this
piece of land wae convoyed to him l deed
of John and .loo Kinsbcrgor, dated May 18,
188ii, and recorded Hook 81, liaise 4J7.
Assignee of the Hankrupt l-Miite of An
ton lSoiha, Wailnku, Maui.
Honolulu, Sept. 17, 18!f2 MS-fit
Saturday Evening, Oct Oth,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
A Grand Concert
Will bo given to assist in p-iying the Pas
tor's Salary. As-.i-.tod by tho follow
ing Ladies and (ieutlemeii and tho
Royal Hawaiian Orchestra
MISS F. .1. NOIrn,
MISS M. CUMMINS,
MISS A. II0LMKS,
MILS. M. KKOHOKALOLi:,
Ml'.S. M. 1CAUIIAXK,
MIL SCHWAB AOl I,
MIL fl. KOSS,
mu. i:. noss,
Kawaih.au G-lee Club
Hui Mele Hawaii Noeau.
12S Tickets can bo bought at
eiutunco of Kawaiabao (.'lunch.
To Lot or Loauo.
rpW'O N10ULY l-'Ult-X
ulsliej Koouis, cen
trally located, lnqulio at
llui.i.i:riN Olllce. .Ti-J-tf
TpvUVAL l'HKMIBKS, 31
jL-f Jieretania street, op
l''ort street church,
n i i ii. ii.-.
At Theo. li. Davies iV Co.
BV MOUSi: OK I-'IYK
looms, on Magazine
sheet, with llutlirooin, pat
ent v. C. etc. Commands
one of the llnest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VlYAri.
A NICK COTTAOK ON
lleretuuia street, near
1'IIkoI street, containing
1'arlor. - llcilrooms. Hath-
room. Dinlimrooni. rantrL and Kitchen.
(servant's room, Cun logo Hoin-e, Ktablo, eto.
Traincais pass every -u minutes. Apply at
olllco of this paper. -JS-j-tf
FOR SAIE or LEASE
JL l'remii-es lately occu
pied b Mr. K. Bulir, will
ho for Mile or lease at rea
sonable prieo or leutal. The Grounds con
tain a variety of I-rult and Ornamental
Trees. The Commodious Dwelling is well
furnished with modern Improvements and
conveniences, llooiuy Dam and a '.'-Room
Cottage for servants, Kor further particu
lars, apply to JOHN KNA,
OAiee Inter-Island Hteam Navigation
ritJIi: CNDKIIHICNKl) HlIItCIlY
.1 gives notice that ho has bought the
lOnlauraut formoily owned by Ijuii Kau
and known as tho "lluy View Itesort,"and
ho hereby gives notice tliut ho will not bo
reHpoiihiblo for any of the debts of said
Lam Kau. Uuu Kau will sign the bill of
salo on October 10, lu
Honolulu. Oct. 3. 1802. KH-lw
Monday, Oct. 3d,
IS THE UKG1NN1NG OF ODU
im: .a. im: im: o t iel
Temple of Fashion
COHNM311 OP FOllT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Store Opens at 8:30 A.
wi: will in: closkd
Friday and Saturday
In order to nmle the l-'iniil l'ic
parations for this Immense Sale.
Wo beg to call our attention
that this is not a
THE lINTIIti: STOCK
MUST UK SOLD
tF You will be all surprised at
tho liargains u aro ollbring I
IT WILL NOT BE A SALE IN
Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts., -
PACIFIC M1DWARE CO., Ltd.
Ou.mrxiin.3' Bloclc, Ior-t Street.
I , . ,r-T . ,:' -4
I & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Copperas, Chloride of Lime,
Condy's Fluid, Sanitas,
Bromo-Chloralum, Carbolic Acid,
ETO., ETO., ETO., ETO.
113 & 115 Fort St., - - : , Honolulu, H. I.
oaj-ini . '
M. Monday, Oct. 3d.
To make this Balo Interesting wo
horebv Inform vou that on our Open
ing Day, MONl)AY,
ivory 10th Sale !
IN OUH STORK
WILL GO FREE
E& You will receive the floods
bought and we return you tho money
of your purchase.
How Long Will
This Sale Last?
In answer to this question we bee
to stato that it will continue until
KVKUYTHING is disposed of.
Monday is tho Opening Day of Salo I
Tell Your Friends!
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