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appointed Chief Engineer of tho Honolulu
B. II. KOBE,
Chairman Hoard ot Firo Commissioners.
Honolulu, March 1, 1893.
NOTICE TO SAVINGS BANK DE
POSITORS. Depositors In the Haw ollan Postal Sav
ings Bank who huve not had Interest for
1892 entered in their Pass Books, will please
forward thorn nt once to tho General Post
C04 2t-10 It
The attention of Property Owners in tho
City of Honolulu is especially called to nn
Act defining Highways approved October
15, 1892, and inoro particularly to the fol
OWNER OR ABUTTOR TO CONSTRUCT AT
Section 11. All sidewalks shall be con
structed and maintained at the oxpenno of
tho adjoining owner or ahuttor subject to
tho provisions of Section 12 of this Act.
Section 12. After tho establishment of
grades of strcot in Honolulu, ns by law
proscribed,, the Bald Minister may require
tho owners of tho land adjoining any
street, the grade of which has been estab
lished, to construct sidewalks in accord
ance with tho grade of tho street and to
comply with the regulations regarding the
material and construction of such side
CONSTRUCTION BY OWNER.
Section 13. If any Buch owner, after
receiving notice to construct a sidewalk,
as provided in Section 12 hereof, shall neg
lect or refuse to comply with such direc
tion for sixty days after notice, the Minis
ter may proceed to construct such side
walk at the expense of such owner, such
cxponse shall bo a lien on the property in
front of which such sidewalk is construct
ed, and tho Minister may recover the
amount of such lien, and the expense and
costs of the same, by action at law in as
sumpsit, or by action allowed by law and
equity, or that may be prescribed by
statute. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 2S, 1893.
All persons holding Commissions as
Special Polfco on tho Island of Oahu, arc
horeby directed to return such Commis
sions to the Marshal's Office on or before
8ATUBDAY, the 4th day of March
W. G. ASHLEY,
Marshal's Office, Feb. 28, 1803.
Holders ot Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Kates, aro hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 4 to 6 o'clock p. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 5, 18SJ3.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All llrands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 1893, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu shall be made at
the Interior Office.
On the other Islands it shall be done at
the Offices of tho several Sheriffs.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2, 1802. 6bi)-tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1893.
Yesterday evening's paper would
mnko ono believe that in tho early
civilization of Honolulu tho people
dwelt in glass houses. Tho compos
itor's ancestors at that timo lived in
jrrass houses, but ho didn't want to
give it away, so declined to make
tho correction marked "Tn tho proof.
Savants abroad will road tho state
ment and write elaborate essays to
show that it was because tho naiiv(s
lived iu crystal palaces they did
not throw stones at tho missionaries.
Tho Bulletin has novor meant to
use suoh instances of anarchy as tho
prosont Kansas incident to discredit
in tho abstract a ropublican form of
govornmont. It has merely omploy
od that, with tho abounding evi
dences of prorailing lawlessness in
tho South and West, to show that a
republic, in, itsolf does not ensure
good govornmont. Tho rogrottnblo
fact remains that our monarcho
phobist contompornry has to go
back to long past times to find any
thing in limited monarchies which
will approach in political corruption
and contusion, or social insubordina
tion and riot, tho widely prevailing
conditions in nt least a half a dozen
republics of tho present day.
Tho Advortisor does not believe
that tho reported contents of the
annexation troaty aro trustworthy.
It says thoy aro unsatisfactory.
There is, howovor, something signi
ficant in tho accompanying news
that the Commissioners nro afraid
their work will not bo approved by
their friends at home. Our contem
porary has already condemned tho
troaty that is, if it prove to bo as
represented bj the correspondents.
Nino times out of ton Washington
correspondents aro correct in their
advance rovolntions of executive ses
sions. The Advortisor is taking a
great risk of falling under its own
condemnation for the heinous of
fense of finding fault with anything
dono by or in tho name of tho- Pro
visional Government. If it doos not
approve of the troaty it will bo in
dnngor of being montioaed in Min
ister Stevens' despatches as making
common cause with "tho renegade
whites," "hoodlum foreigners" and
"moro vicious natives." Tho fore
going was in tho printer's hands be
fore to-day's mail arrived.
'THE BLACK FLAG."
Tho Advertiser hoists the "black
flag" over a roport of a mooting of
tho Civil lights League latoty or
ganized hore. A more stupid exhi
bition of sympathy with tho aims of
an oligarchy was never niado. It
is indeed too contemptible for com
ment. Wo only rofor to tho heading
and unintelligent remarks in tho
guiso of "news," to show that what
the Advertiser denounces as politi
cal piracy is strongly advocated by
President Harrison in his message
to the Senate, where ho says that
legislation for a permanent form of
govornmont for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands SHOULD BE, AND 1 DO NOT DOUBT
WILL BE, NOT ONLY JUST TO THE NATIVES
AND ALL OTHER RESIDENTS AND CITIZENS
OF THE ISLANDS, BUT SHOULD BE CHARAC
TERIZED BY GREAT LIBERALITY AND HIOU
REGARD TO THE RIGHTS OF ALL PEOPLE
ND ALL FOREIGNERS DOMICILED THERE."
The chivalrous editor of tho Libor-
al may also pasto theso sentiments of
tho President in his hat. He had an
article the other day which only
stopped short of saying that all Ha
waiian, British and German aliens to
the glorious commonwealth should
bo driven into tho sea whenovor an
nexation was accomplished.
A DIRTY SELL-OUT.
It is evident that the zeal of tho
Commissioners to Washington to
secure annexation at any price has
completely run away with any hones
ty of purpose to tho people of Ha
waii that they may have had when
thoy loft Honolulu. Annexation
seems probable, and may bo neces
sary to secure and protect us from
tho machinations of thoso who
would rob us of tho birthright of
every freeman, namely: froo, repre
sentative govornmont. But thorp
may bo annexation with freedom,
and there may bo annexation with
political vassalage attached as an in
cident. Tho Bulletin will never sup
port tho latter variety of annexation.
Wo seo in tho press despatches
just to hand (Art. II. of the Treaty)
that our patriotic Commissioners
have "transferred to tho United
States, in absolute feo, the owner
ship of all public, govornmont and
crown lands, public buildings, ports,
harbors, fortifications, military or
naval equipments, and all other pub
lic property of every description."
Could tho annexation crazo by
any possibility go to a moro prepos
torous extreme? Just think of it.
Every aero of land, every wharf and
quay, tho Capitol, Palaco, Barracks,
Police Station, Post-office, Honolulu
Halo, firo halls, city lots, markots,
esplanade, Honolulu water works
and "all public property of every
description" is to pass from us for
ovor, and bo administered by its
now ownor, our amiable Uncle Sam
uel, through tho agency of his Tam
many hoolors and Tar Flat hood
lums. How delightful, to think of
having to send our complaints to
Washington in case tho patriot who
shall bo placed in charge of our
wator works shall shut off our sup
ply or allow the reservoirs to go to
But our public domain! Think
of passing that lnngnificont aroa
over to tho United States, without a
reservation. Was tho like ovor
hoard or thought of before? Whon
Texas came into the Union she re
tained hor on tiro public, domain, an
ompiro in itsolf. Why should not Ha
waii bo as lihorally dealt with?
It is not bocomiug apparent that
poor bedeviled Hawaii is being call
ed upon to pay pretty dearly for
tho inestimable privilege of being
represented by men of tho calibre
of Mossrs. Thurston and Miirsdon!
If thoy havo given away everything
iu sight, getting nothing in return,
of any momont, still lot it bo remem
bered to tho credit of that colossal
statesman, Mr. Thurston, that if
sugar gains no bounty, wo can at
least send guava jolly to California.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
A Japaneso wants a situation in a
Diamond Head. SI t. m. Weather
hazy, wind frosh northeast.
Tho Bolgic for tho Orient will sail
at 7, tho mail closing at 0 p. m.
A notico to depositors in tho Postal
Savings Bank appears in tho official
The Catholic Bonovolout Socioty
will moot at tho Convent at 3 p.m.
Mr. Levey makes an offer to-day
of a present to purchasers of fifty
Tho Japanese cruisor Kon-go will
roturn from Hilo about the latter
end of next week.
Tho regular monthly mooting of
tho Y. M. 0. A. will bo hold in tho
parlors this evening.
Deputy Marshal J. A. Mohrton
has boon ro-appoiutod to that pbsi
tion by Marshal Ashley.
Tho proprietors of the Chinoso
Times aunounco a change of collec
tor, also of place of busiuoss.
Tho scholars of Iolani College
wore entertained on board H. B. M.
S. Garnet yesterday afternoon.
People are wondering when tho
race botwoou tho Myrtlo and Hoa
lani boat clubs will tako place.
A quartorly meeting of tho Board
of Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
will bo hold at 10:30 on Saturday.
Tho appointment of Frank Hus
taco as Chief Engineer of tho Hono
lulu Firo Department is officially
Tho Union steamship Monowai
will leave Sau Francisco at 2 o'clock
to-morrow afternoon for Honolulu
and tho Colonies.
Monday evening the "Sons of St.
George will have a social and dauco
at thoir hall, for which only fifty
tickets will bo sold at $1 for gentle
men. Tho now band gave a moonlight
concert at Thomas Square yostordaj'
ovoning. As there was no notico
given of the concert very few were
Captain John Loo has boon ap
pointed mastor of tho bark Iiichard
III. at San Francisco, vice Prit chard,
deceased. Gonial Jack Loo is well
Captain Rock, who was formerly
in command ,of tho bark Harvostor
plying between Sau Francisco and
Hilo, has been appointed mastor of
tho bark Annie Johnson.
With tho exception of 36 Chinese
who were refused landing hero last
trip, tho Belgic had no passongers
for this port. Sho made tho passage
in 6 days, 20 hours and 19 minutes.
Tho names of local talent who will
take part in tho concert at Kawaia
hao on Saturday evening appear
elsewhere. Tho concert promises to
be an ontortaining ono of a high
Tho Wilder diamonds, of whoso
thoft tho Bulletin gave an exclusive
account somo weeks ago, havo been
recovered. Thoy were found hid
among some rubbish noar tho Gov
ornmont wash house on King street.
Tho Board of Health has elected
Mr. J. O. Carter as its president, and
reappointed Mr. Charles Wilcox as
secretary. Mr. O. B. Reynolds, who
resigned tho position of agent to
the old Board, has been reappointed
by the now ono.
Win. Crowes was released from
Oahu Jail this morniug after having
been confined there twenty-four
days for using obscono language.
As soon as ho gained his liberty he
made for a saloon and was arrested
again on a charge of drunkenness.
An inquest is being held this after
noon on tho death of Chas. Brazier
who was found dead in a room in
tho rear of Bay View Hotel. The
intestines were examined by Prof.
A. B. Lyons and havo boon submit
ted to the jury with his testimony.
Chief Officer Smith, of tho bark
Manna Ala,roportod in Sau Francisco
that four of his crow deserted in
Honolulu to join tho army of the
Provisional Govornmont. Ho also
stated that tho recruiting party
would havo onlisted his whole crew
if thoy could. Tho Mauna Ala loft
horo on Fob. 22d.
James Stansbury. champion oars
man of tho world, has loft Australia
on the S. S. Alameda for America,
and may theroforo bo oxpocted horo
noxt Thursday on his way through.
Tho telegram was received iu San
Francisco on Feb. 20th. Stovo
O'Donuoll, another Australian heavy
woight boxer, is also a passongor on
tho same steamer.
A fair and luau will bo hold at tho
former residence of Mr. Waller, Ka
lihi, ou April fi. Proeoods aro to bo
for church purposes of tho Catholic
Mission. Trains will run every hour
each way at low oxcursiou rates. Tho
event is to lie managed by Mrs.
Waller and Mrs. Wilcox, undor
superintendence of Fathor Olomont.
It promises to bo a gala timo.
"Dirty Sell Out."
V. V. Ashford writes privntoly
from San Francisco, under dato of
"Tho Treaty iH lookod at all around,
as a dirty-sell-out by tho commis
sioners, and everybody is wishing
for delay, for full explanations, mid
a fair deal, which will satisfy the
JIawaiians, This is tho way tho Amer
icans all talk whom I have spoken
Yti: Jul, Printimj at the Bulletin OJjke,
' Items of Interest.
Somo Europoan soldiors still woar
Tho youugost English brido on ro
cord was two yoars old.
During tho yoars that Henry VIII.
reigned 72,000 thieves woro hanged.
In tho reign of Henrj' II. of Eng
land monkB woro nllowod thirteen
courses at dinnor.
Eight olivo trees now exist in tho
Garden of Olives at Jerusalem which
aro known to bo at least 800 yoars
A face which doos not cliango ex
pression in conversation indicates
oithor caution or stupidity, accord
ing to its other characteristics.
A mine at Iron Mountain, Mich.,
boasts of tho largest pumping plant
in America. The machine, it is
said, pumps 4,000,000 gallons of wa
ter in twonty-fonr hours' timo.
Mount Stuart, Lord Buto's palaco
in Scotland, is said to bo tho most
magnificent mansion in Groat Britain.
Tho building, decorating and finish-
ingof it cost $1,500,000.
Tho first cornet in England and
Amorica was blown by a French
man, name unknown, and tho instru
ment has since, for that reason, boon
generally called the Fronch horn.
Thoro aro estimated to bo at pres
ent 40,000 elk, 1C00 door, 400 buffa
loes, 1000 black-tailed door, 300
mountain shoop and plenty of boar,
beavor and other variotios of ani
mals in tho Yollowstono Park.
Throo-quartors of a second is tho
timo occupied by the fall of a knifo
in tlio gnniotino. mo mino is
weighted by 120 pounds of lead, falls
nine foot, and outs through flesh and
bonos as easily as through a bar of
Tho oldest armchair in the world
is tho throno used by Queen Hatafu,
who flourished in Egypt 1000 B. C.
It is made of ebony, beautifully
carved, and is so hardened with ago
as to appear to be carved from black
Somo of tho native womon of
Australia have a queer idea of beau
ty. They cut themselves with
shells, keep tho wounds open for a
long time, and whon they heal hugo
scars aro tho result. These scars
aro deemed highly ornamental.
F. A. Lewis, Sr., who lives near
Howardsville, Va., slipped and fell
tho other daj- to tho bottom of a
well said to bo 75 feet deep. Ho
landed, it is said, in 15 feet of water,
and, according to our authority, ho
soon rose and climbed up to whore
ho could support himsolf until his
friends rescued him.
Persons who aro subject to attacks
of bilious colic can almost invariably,
toll by their feelings, whon to expect
an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
taken as soon as theso symptoms ap
pear, thoy can ward off tho disease.
Such persons should always keep tho
Remedy at hand, ready for imme
diate use when needed. Two or
three doses of it at the right timo
will save thorn much suffering. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. SITUATION WANTED
BY A JAPANESE IN A SMALL
family, where he would have time
to study. Address
CCMw P.'O. Box 200.
gentle with Sad
dle and Bridle. Apply
to "E.," this office.
A QUARTERLY MEETING OP THE
Board of Trustees of tho Queen's Hos
pital will take place on SATU UDAY, the
4th March, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., at tho
Room of the Chamber of Commerce
F. A. S0HAEFER, fcjec'y.
Honolulu, March i, 1893. UJJ-2t
'THE CHINESE TIMES.'
LAM ON, FORMERLY REPORTER
and Collector of "Tho ChinehO
Times," has resigned, of which all persons
having business with that paper will
S lease tako notice. Lee Chu is from this
ate the authorized Collector to transact
all tho business of the said paper. Tho
office of the Times has beon removed to 37
Honolulu, March 2, 1803. 044-lw
rpHE PREMISES LATE
X ly occupied by P. P.
Kanoa on King street. It
ha-j a Large Ynid and .the
House is very convenient.
05&2iv JOHN F. COLItURN.
TO LET OR LEASE.
TPHE BUILDING FORM-
X erly usod as a Soan
Factory, Leleo, opposite tho
Oahu Railway Station. Al
so, another Building, fireproof, 42x24 feet
in the clear, and 14 ftot height of wall in
the rear of the above; may bo taken binglv
or together. Moderate terms to a good
Wl-lw T. W. RAWLINS.
Purchasers of FIFTY TREES
Will bo Presented with a
Cara of Silk Worm Eggs
Lewis J. Levey,
Corner Fort &. Queen sts.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
generally that I huve disposed of my Kuan
Lr. ilulJ ?'". M. W. Mi'Chesm.v ,V
...iVAi .i "L'lBU,lH """ "'.vsnlf tlio Man
XZ. i, !'?. hi!i"l', J'nc'"y. Thanking the
public or Us kind patronage for the mist
?W1M. I , would respectfully soil
Boapttunyf ,,,Bm)' '"rt,, ,,0,'uh"1'
-lw ' T. W. RAWLINS.
We have selected two ot
Croup, three lines, from letters
freshly received from pa
rents who have given German Syrup
to their children in the emergencies
of Croup. You will credit these,
because they come from good, sub
stantial people, happy in finding
what so many families lack a med
icine containing no evil drtiy, which
mother can administer with con
fidence to the little ones in theit
most critical hours, safe and sure
that it will carry them through.
Ru. L. WiLLtTS, of Mrs. Jas.W. Kirk,
Alum, Neb. I give it Daughters' College,
to my children when
troubled with Croup
and never saw any
preparation act like
it." It is simply mi
have depended upon
it in attacks of Croup
with my little daugh
ter, and find it an ra
of our customers
are mothers who use Boschee's Ger
man Syrup among their children.
A medicine to be successful with the
little folks must be a treatment for
the sudden and terrible foes of child
hood, whooping cough, croup, diph
theria and the dangerous inflamma
tions of delicate throats and lungs.
SONS OF ST. GEORGE
AT THEIR HALL
Over Hollister's Store
MONDAY EVENING, March 6th,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
LADIES "WELCOME !
Tickets for Gentlemen $1.00
C9 Only 30 Tickets will be sold so as
to prevent "crowding.
Golden Rule Dainnr or
WILL RE GIVEN BY THE
H. I. H. NOEAU
Saturday Evening, March 4tb,
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK.
Among thoso who will tako part are
MISS KATE McGREW.
MISS EVA PAIiKER,
MISS LOUISE F. DALE.
MISS CLARA OLADE,
MISS CARRIE CASTLE,
ASn SEVEBAL OTHKBS
Will be Sung by tho Hui Noeau in
Veterinary .-. Mrmary,
W. T. MONSAKRAT,
Veterinary -:- Surgeon.
Government Veterinary Surgeon. Inspector
' of Stock, Port of Honolulu.
Excellent Accommodation for Pationts. No
Risk in Throwing Horses.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
E$F Orders for Plantation and Ranch
Stock will receive prompt attention.
Mutual 183 -TELEPHONES -Boll 96.
H. L MINER, D, V, S
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
OFFICE: HOTEL STABLES.
8 to 10 a. (.;
1:3U to 3::t0 i
With Dr. F. L. Miner,
All Galls Will Receive Prompt Attention.
ALL WHO WJSH TO CO.M.MUNIOATE
ulth mc liy tulephouu in business
hours, pk'iiKU ring up Hull No. 1S7. uml all
who wlhli to telephone out of business
hours, pluusu ring up Bell No. &V
UUMw T. W. RAWLINS.
Social and Dance
Hawaiian Hapflwara Co., L'ft
Saturday, Feb. SB, 189S.
What to do.
What to do.
Want to pay
"Fine goods!" .
Think it over;
They caught on,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite S rjolccOa' Block,
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers ! .
Wo want to call tho attention
of our patrons to n novelty which,
from tho fuvor it has boon re
ceived with, wo bcliovo has come
to stay mid become an indispen
siblo article of gent's furnishing.
A glance at tho cut above will
show at onco tho superiority of
goods made in this manner over
thoso heretofore in vogue.
Scriven's Patent Elastic
Seam Drawers are provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insertion at the .
inner and outer seams, which
gives clasticityun movement and
comfort in fit. The drawers are
cut in figure outlines and afford
tho wearer all the advantages of
knit gcods, while retaining tho
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The Patent Elastic Seam,
which contains no rubber, re
tains its springiness and wears
longer than the other portion of
tho garment. It makes the
drawers conform to tho position
of the wearer and avoids anjr
strain, no mutter what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also bo found that these
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers
aro equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow tho
greatest freedom and case of
motion. In tho position as
sumed in tho cut, not tho least
tension is produced on tho main
portion of the goods, while tho
elastic seams allow the transfor
mation of tho figure as seen in
the position, which would be im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on tho goods
and friction upon tho person.
Wo have now a complete stock
of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend those made of
tho material known as "Jean"
to be the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
They say that thoro is "noth
ing now under tho sun," but tho
follow who said that was all
wrong. He forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something now in that lino.
Tho latest yet, wo have just
received samples of, from tho
manufacturers. It consists of
Gau.o, Balbriggan, or Silk Un
dor Garmonts with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho breast and
back to protect tho most vital
parts of tho body from cold or
chill. To tho many peoplo who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of tho irritation .some
times folt, theso goods will bo a
great boon, as, whilo thoy will
havo the advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, tho lungs and
back will havo a nice warm cov
ering of wool. From tho ninny
sontimonts of upproval wo havo
hoard regarding thobo goods wo
boliovo them to bo a good thing
for our climato, and havo placod
our orders for a full slock,
which will bo on sale iu about
To any person desiring to sco
tho samples which wo havo wo
will bo jilouriud to show thoin.