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1 ;-, ha M BY AUTHORITY. FIRE DEPARTMENT NOTICE. Sossion Laws of 1888. Tlio ntli-ntkm of tho piddle I enlled to tlm follow ing Kire Law: Km. 'JO. No perou fhall, iinless-hj per- lu!loii of the Chief Kngineer, kimllu imy lire, nor in any way nuthorlro ntiy llro to bo made in any street, road, lane, market, pl.tee or other highway, or on tniy pier or w hurt In tho city, o.eopt for the purpose of holling tar, whleh llro thiill not ho nioro tliiui ten feet from thu end of the pier or wharf; nntl no person shall kindly or light, or eauso to ho lighted, any rnhhish or anj honllro in any plaee whatsoever sithln a radius of one mile of the prudent ito of tlic Hull Tower of Honolulu without the permit In writing ot the Chief Kngineer. Sr.r. 127. All engine, oarringes, and other niovnhle apparatus of the Honolulu Fire Department shall have the paramount right of -way through all streets, lanes, alloys, highways and hyways, place and eoiirts of the eity and tile districts of Ho nolulu, when running to a tire, and such apparatus, together with all other vehicles tlieieto, excepting street cars, shall take and keep the right side of the street, unless the same bo obstructed, and all street ears in the vicinity of any suoli apparatus go ing to a lire, shall letard or aecoloiate their snecd. as the aiuuiatus may reuuire, In order to give tho apparatus of the File De partment the unobstructed use of the street for tho time being. Sku. '26. No person or persons having the control of any vehicle shall wilfully or carelessly permit the same to obstruct the progress of tho apparatus of tho Honolulu Fire Department going to a Are. Ste. IS). Whoever wilfully, wantonly or maliciously obstructs or retards the passage of an engine, or any flro apparatus of the Fire Department, while going to or at a tire shall bo deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be pun ished by a line not exceeding one hundred dollars. Sec. .'12. No pel son shall give a false alarm of lire in Honolulu. Sw. Si. Any person violating any of the provisions of this Act shall bo deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on convic tion shall, except where the penalty is otherwise provided herein, bo punished by a fine in a sum of not more than one hun dred dollars. JULIUS ASCII, Chief Engineer Honolulu Firo Depart ment, -un-ut IRRIGATION NOTICE. Holders ot Water Vrlvlleges, or those paying Water Hates, are hereby notified that, owing to tho drouth and tho scarcity of water in the (loverninent lleservolrs, tho Hours for using water for Irriga tion purposes aro from 7 to 8 o'clock . m., and .i to (I o'clock i. m., until further notlco. JOHN 0. WH1TK, Supt. Honolulu Water Works. Appuived; 15. N. SfKscr.li, Minister of the Interior. Honolulu, 11. I., Aug. o, 181U. iyj-tf NOTICE. Owing to the diought and scarcity of water, tlie residents tiidiiAd of .ludd street aro requested to collect what water the may require for household purposes before 8 o'clock . M. JOHN ( WHlTi:, Superintendent Honolulu Waterworks. Honolulu, Aug. lit, lMf-. liM-tf THE DAILY BULLETIN. Vkihjed to neither Sect nor Part, But llntablished for the Benefit of All. SATURDAY, AUG. 13, 181)2. Tho Ailvorti&ur lias a mean rofor- onco to Miss Virginia Calhoun's lot tor, using hor nnnio ovon with rudo familiarity. This is a lino waj' to treat a lady visitor to the islands, one who moreover represents an in fluential paper in California. Miss Calhoun is not a professional writer but a sehool teacher, whoso popular ity at homo won her tho newspaper's prize of a trip to tho islands. Her letter said it Avas written under un favorable circumstances. lot it would bear comparison with tho best writing that over appears in tho Ad vertiser. The sneer is all tho worse, therefore, because it was wholly un justified. This mode of "attracting tourists" adopted by tho Advertiser should bo referred to tho Bureau of Information. NOTICE TO MARINERS. During the process of Deepening the Channel at the entrance to Honolulu har bor the Dredger will bo in operation night and day. At night thero will bo 11 Danger Signal placed on tho forward derrick of Dredger, about WO feet above m-h level, which can be seen by all vessels approaching the harbor. The Signal consists of 'A Red lights and a White light as in tho diagram tho red lights being about I! feet apart, with the white light in the center. All steamers cross ing tho liar will stop at a safe distanco fiom the Dredger and give one blast of their whistle, which will be answered by a single blast from tho Dredger, to bo followed by threo blasts from the Dredger when the passage iselear and they can pioceed. Tho Tug will boon hand when not othcr v No engaged to assist sailing craft in pass ing the Dredger when necessary. J. N. Sl'DNCr.lt, Minister of tho Interior. Interior Olllce, March !), 1.VJ2. litti-tr SALE OF LEASE Of Government Lands in Kiiu, Hawaii. On SATUUDAV, September:!, 181)2, at VJ o'clock noon, at tho front entiauee of Aliiolani Hale, will bo sold at 1'iibllc Auc tion, the Lease of tho (loverninent Lands of Mohakapu and l'ohakuloa,,also includ ing Kaalaula and Kaioula, in Knit, Hawaii, containing an area of L1KI1J4 Acres, a little 111010 or less. Term Lease for 10 years. Upset price $230 per annum, payable seiul-aniiually in advance. Possession of tho above Lands will be given January 1, 18'J.l. ;. n. si'KNonu, Minister of the Interior, Interior Olllce, Aug. :i, 18IU. IfeS-Ilt STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Tho Register for 1891-02 of tho Loland Stanford Junior University has beon received. It gives informa tion of a splendidly equipped insti tution of learning. "Tho founding at Palo Alto of 'a university for both soxes, with tho colleges, schools, so niinaries of learning, mechanical in stitutes, museums, galleries of art, and all other things necessary and appropriate to a university of high degree,'" says the Register, "was de termined upon by tho Hon. Loland Stanford and Jane Lathrop Stan ford, in 1S8-1." The University was formally opened to students Octo ber 1, 1891. It is located on tho Palo Alto estate in tho Santa Clara Valloy,thirty-threo miles southeast of Sau Francisco, on tho Coast Division of the Southern Pacific Railway. Mr. Stanford named tho university in memory of his son and only child, to whom ho gives credit for tho idea of founding such a grand institution. It is a groat honor to California to haVo what has beon from the start, by the wise application of vast means, one of tho leading scats of learning in tho United States in point of equipment. Tho existence of such a university on tho Pacific Coast is a great thing for Hawaii, as it does away with tho necessity of anything higher than an academy in this country. People who can af ford to give thoir children a univer sity education can support thorn through thoir course as well thero as at home. Thero aro Hawaiian youth now in attendance at tho Stanford University, and examina tions for matriculation there have lately beon held hero by Prof. M. M. Scott, principal of Fort-streot school. Stanford has a largo fiiculty picked from tho brightest scholars of both America and Europe. discriminate putting out of sight of dead bodies, tho causo of death re maining a scrot? Would it not bo moro consonant with decorum, to say nothing of security, to insist up on a post mortem examination in all cases where the cause of death is not ascertained? In all probability a stringent law to this effect would in duce man' a sick man to send for tho doctor, for tho idea of an autop sy is repugnant to most minds. Thoro aro, moreover, grave grounds for the belief that murder is at least occasionally concealed under tho un savory heading of "causo unknown. Not very long ago a well-known phy sician, now practising in Honolulu, had reason to believe that one of his patients had died from poison; in fact, of this ho had no doubt. He found tho poison, and know by whom, in all probability, the fatal doso liad been administered. Ho went to the Marshal's olllce. (It is fair to say that it was before tho ap pointment of tho present incum bent). Ho represented tho facts of tho case, and olfered to swear to the truth of his statement. Tho police authorities positively declined to take action, and wo presume the body was buried as one of the "causo un known" class. Tho fact of tho mat tor is it is an outrage on public deconcv to issue a certificate for burial unless tho causo of death bo known. We have skilful physicians in abundance in Honolulu. Tn a few minutes the cause of death would bo made clear. Foul play would be oxposed if it existed, and the public mind sot at rest. Is not this a fit ting matter for legislation? Ought not a law bo passed forbidding tho interment of an' dofunct person, tho causo of whoso death is un known, and making it imperative when any such circumstances ariso that a post mortem examination bo invariably hold? Surely decency, to say nothing of security, cries for this provision. There is abundant room for fur ther remark on matters connoctod with our vital statistics, but for tho present it will bo sufficient to point to tho fact that in 1891 the month of May was by far tho most fatal of the year, while September had tho lightest list of deaths. Tho follow ing percentages for tho year will be read with interest: Fever 10.03 percont Unattended 26.51 Causo of death un known 8.14 Old ago 9.91 Consumption 8.50 " Under 1 year 22.92 Doaili Without Warning. Amsterdam, July 27. Tho lland elsbad publishes letters from Celobes, giving details ot the recent eruption at Groat Sangir Island. The erup tion commonced at Gp.m.,unhorald ed by tho sligliost seismic warning. An immense volume of tlamo and smoko and masses of stone suddenly burst from tho volcano, and showers of stono fell all over tho island, kill ing hundreds of natives who wore busy in their fiolds. . Those who succeeded in reaching the supposed shelter ot their homes found no refuge, many of the houses having been crushed beneath tho weight of falling stones and the roofs having collapsed under tho weight of ashes, burying tho inmates. In many instances whole families perished in this way. Streams of lava flowed with fright ful rapidity down tho slopes of tho mountains, and it is estimated that over 1000 persons perished on I hose slopes and many hundreds moro in tho lowlands. The exact loss of life is not .yet known. Tho island is now threatened with famine, all tho crops having boon destroyed. In many parts of tho island tho wells have become dry, and so tho tortures of thirst aro added to tho othor sufferings. Tho Dutch authorities aro doing tho best thoy can to nlloiatotho distress. "August Flower" The Hon. J. W. Fennimore is the Sheriff of Kent Co., Del., and lives nt Dover, the County Seat and Cap ital of the State. The sheriff is a gentleman fifty-nine years of age, ntul this is what he says : "I have " used your August Flower for sev " eral years in my family and for my " own use, and found it does me " more good than any other remedy. " I have been troubled with what I " call Sick Headache. A pain comes " in the back part of my head first, " and then soon a general headache "until I become sick and vomit. 11 At times, too, I have a fullness " after eating, a pressure after eating " at the pit of the stomach, and ' ' sourness, when food seemed to rise " up in my throat and mouth. When 1 ' I feel this coming on if I take a "little Aucust Flower it relieves " me, and is the best remedy I have " ever taken for it. For this reason "I take it and recommend it to " others as a great remedy for Dys "pepsia, &c." G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer, Woodbury, N'cw Jersey, U. S. A. THEO. H. DAVIES & CO. Have Opened Their New China, Glass and Furniture Salesroom on Kaalmmaiiu St., Ground Floor, --WITH A Engulfod in Lava. City of Mexico, July 27. Henry Adams of Now Hampshire and James D. Walton, an Englishman, to sottlo a dispute as to the relative courage of Americans and English men, agreed that tho 0110 who should first plant tho flag of his nation on tho edge of tho crater of tho volcano of Colima would bo declared a win ner, wnon tnoy reaciioa tlio moun tain smoko was issuing from tho crater. Tho guides stopped some distanco down the side and watched tho adventurous climbers. When near tho top thoro was a sudden eruption and both woro engulfed in tho molten lava. To Iiot or Xioaso. Large Assortment of New Goods, ex Benmore. TO LET. rp0 N10HLY 1'UTH JL nlshed Kooius, eon tinllv located. Inquire nt IIui.i.ktin Oillec. IJo'l-tf TO LET. iop.ly fuunisiihd Cottage at Makiki, near lleretuntii street car. Kent 10. Apiilv this otllec. Itil-tf N' TO LET. DUVAL PIWMISISS, 31 Heietania street, 011 posito Fort street church. Aimlvto 15. I. LILL1K. JJ-tf At Tlico. II. Davit's A- 112181: Co. COTTAGES TO LET. Pacific Hardware Oo. SALE OF LEASE Of tho Pacific Mail Warehouse, Espla nade, Honolulu, Oahu, On Thursday, August 18, IKrJ, lit 12 o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Aliiolani ilalu, will ho sold at I'uhlic Auction thu Lease of the I'aclllo Mail Warehouse, situ ate 011 the Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu. Terms: Lease for 6 years. Upset Price, fSXI per Annum, payable semi-annually In advance. Possession of tho above Warehouse will be given October 123, 1W. 0. N. SPKNOWl, Minister of the Interior, Interior Ofllio, July If), 18!t. 170-3t SALE OF LEASE Of the QovernmontLand of Waimano- uka, Ewa, Oahu. On Monday, August '22, IS'U.at l'J o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Aliiolani Halo, will be sold at Public Auction the Lease of the Government Land of Wal-inano-uka, in Lwa, Oahu, containing an nn-a of WJ) acre, u little more or less. Terms, Lease for Ten Years. Upset price, ifjsf) per milium, payable semi-annually, in advance. 0, N, SPKNOKK, Minister of the Interior. Interior Olllce, July 2), 18!K. J85-31 VITAL STATISTICS. At a time when the Legislature is discussing tho salaries of tho various public officials, it may not bo alto gether unseasonable to oHor a word or two of comment upon the facts shown by tho monthly reports of tlio Hoard of Health. Some of thorn aro sufficiently startling to arrest our fit (out inn in moro than a passing way. Every allowance must bo made for tho extreme difficulty in persuading tho moro ignorant por tion of our people to send for medi cal aid. Therefore, whon wo find that for tho entire year 1891, 2(5.51 porcont of those who died woro un attended in thoir last, illness, al though tho proportion is appalling, yet allowance- must bo made. Some of tho natives will not send for a physician, honco thoir unnecessary deaths are upon thoir own heads and not chargeable to others. Tho same may not bo haid of those who have died from causes unknown. Moro than 8 porcont of the deaths for 1891 aro unaccounted for, It is said that hero again thu difficulty is insurmountable. It may bo truo that if no doctor attends thu patient an ante mortem diagnosis of disease cannot bo safely obtained, but does this justify what seems to bo an in- STJNDAY SEVIOES. st. Andrew's catiigdrl. Tho services of tho cathedral con gregation, Ninth Sunday after Trin ity, will bo as follows: Holy Com munion, G:30 a. m.; morning prayer, 11 a. m.; Hawaiian evensong, ."5:30 p. m.; evensong and sermon, 7:.'J0 p. m. All aro invited. SECOND CONGREGATION. The services of tho second congio gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to morrow will bo as follows: Morning prayer with sermon, 9:15; To Doum, Dykes in F; Jubilate, Taylor in F; Hymns 217 and 218; Anthem, "Give peace in our timo, O Lord," by Cal cott. Evensong with sermon, fi:30; Magnificat and Nunc Diniittis to double chants; Hymns 222 and 21. All aro cordially invitod. CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL. High Mass, 10 a. m.; Rosary and catechism, 2 p. 111.; Sermon followed by tho Benediction of tho Holy Sac rament, 4:30 p. in. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST. Soventh Day Advontists will havo Biblo meetings every Sunday even ing, at the corner of Punchbowl and Boretania streets. IlETHEL HALL. Evangelistic services will bo con ducted by tho Y. M. C. A. in Bothol hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30 p. m. CENTRAL UNION CHURCH. Sorvicos at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Preaching by Rev. Thos. L. Gulick of Makawao, Maui. T. M. U. A. HALL. Evangelistic sorvicos in the Y. M. C. A. hall. 0:30 to 7:15 p. m. White Mountain Ico Cream Freez ers. From one quart to 12 quarts. Tho largor sizes with ily wheel. All attempts to supersede this pattern have failed. Call and get a Whitman Patent Riding Bit, nickel plated. PAcirio Hardware Co., Ld. Fort Street. pantry. It rpV0 NKW COTTAGES J. ccntially located, con taining two licdrooms. par lor, diuini'-rooni. bat 11 and a . .. . i . . . .. Kent f la. 1 .11c 1 11 ire at this ouire. Ib!l--2w TO LET. HPKf'lAI. DISPLAY OK ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WED6EW00D, and Other Fine Ware. 3SI"e-w R.-ugs and Carpets, Englisli Furniture, I2,a.tta.n Ware. Fine Show of Glassware, Ivorywarc, Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses, Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc, Prices ZEediaced- PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd. CJu.m.m.ins' Bloolc, Port Strset. Hardware, Agricultural Implements AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE -vji:v iiousr. ok fivi: XN rooms, on .Mag.izine street, with ltatbrooin, pat ent v. C. ete. Commands one of the llnest views in Honolulu. Appl to (177-tf) .1. M. VIVAb'. TO LET. A NICK COTTAGK ON licietania street, near l'nkoi street, containing Parlor. '2 Uedroonis, ltutli- 100111, Diniiigrooiii, Pantry and kitchen, Servant .s room, Carriage Jloii'-u, stable, ete. Tiamear.s pass every 20 minutes. Apply at oflU-e of this paper. Uxs-tf HOUSE TO LET. COTTAGK X0. 1, NKAK tho Queen's Hospital, iliiBSik By Jas. F. Morgan. Landlord's Notice of Sale of Goods Distrained for Kent. TTAVINO ties iii:khtopoke takex ami distrained the Goods and Uliut- of one ICawaiho.i. for rent in arrears of premises at Kakaako, notice is hereby given that on SATURDAY, the 27th duv of August, Ib'.ii, at the Auction Itoom of .las. P. Morgan, Honolulu, will ho sold for non payment of rent and costs of distraint and removal the following articles: 1 Clock, 1 Sewing Machine, 2 Chairs, 1 Lamp, 1 I'ound Table, 1 J!ox Shells, 1 Saddle and llridlc. M. da SIIVA PAKCOKS, lly his attorney A. S. Correa. Dated Honolulu, Aug. it, 18!)-'. Mil-lit Meeting Notices. facing on Punchbowl street, furnished. Parties wishing to rent the hou'-e can imrcliabe the turo if desired. The Furniture will be s-old at Public Auction if not disposed of by Aug. 18, lh!)2. Furniture consists of 2 It. W. Bedroom Sets, I Pai lor Set, (I pieces; 0 11. W. Dining Ohaiis, 1 Jlnrblelop Conkr Table, 1 Lounge, t Diiiing-iooin Table, 1 Stove and Fixtures, Hofrigcrator, Mosijuito Xets, Parlor Lumps, Oil Paintings, Spring Mattrasscsand Carpets, etc., ete. Imiuireof L. ADLKlt, IfhMw , l.'i Niutanu street. China, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery ART GOODS! PICTURE F NAMING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES &3 Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd. C Baldwin Locomotives. Take Good Oaro of tho Children. If you havo children you will bo interested in tho experience of Mr. John Coolc, of Pilot, Vonnillion Co., 111. Ho says: "Two years ago two of my family, a young man and a girl, had very severe and dangorotiH attacks of bloody llux. Tho doctor horo was unable, after a week's timo, to cheek or relievo either case. I throw tho doctor overboard and be gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho lera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Im provement was soon very soon and my children arose in a fow days from what I foarod would bo thoir deathbod. It is a grand, good medi cino." For snlo by all dealers. Bon bon, Smith & Co., Agents. Mr, Lander's. Recommendation. Mr. J. A. Lander, a prominent citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and widoly known in that State, BnyH of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy: "I havo soon its good results and can rccommond it." For sale by all.dealors. Benson, Smith & Co., Agontb, SPECIAL MEETING. ASPKOIALMEKTIXOOFTHKliOAKD of Trustees of tlio (Jueen's Hospital will bo held at tho room of the Chamber of Commerce, on Monday, August tU, 18'U, nt 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of consid ering proposed Amendments to Ilv-Law.s. Per Order. F. A. SOHAKKIOU, Secretary. Honolulu, July 22, 189-'. -178-ni MEETING NOTICE. rpiIK UEGULAlt QUAKTKKLY MKHT X ing of the Union Feed Co., (L'd), will be held at the Company's olllce, Queen street, on MONDAY, the 1Mb inst., at 11 o'clock a. m. '. II. VIDA, UU-3t Secretary U. F. Co., (L'd). FINE CANDIES ! HART & CO., ov Tin: Elite Ico Cream Parlors, Wish to inform the Public of Hono lulu and all residents of thu other Islands that they have secured tho sorvicos of Mr. Chailes Lnthvigseu, an expert Candy Maker of long ex perience, and who is particularly familiar with the tabtesof all lovers of sweets. Having recently made great im provements and added new machin ery toonroxtensive Candy Factory, wo are now better able than ever before to supply the public with High (liadu Confections of UnMir jiasK'd Quality and Strictly Pure and Wholesome Muteiial, Our motto will always be "NOT HOW t'IIKl', HUT HOW OOOIl" can we make the Caudles. Yours, anxious to please. HAItT & CO. K1.ITK It'K OlIKAM I'AKI.OIW AND CaNHV FAl'IOItY. Ih7-m rpHK" WKKKLY 11ULL1CT1N-W COL X limns of Interesting Heading Matter. Islands, $ I; mailed to foreign countries, $ 5. HJWffiMBliiii lriraQsyljtffcflll Tim undeisigned having been appointed Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands rou Tin: ci.m:iiiivtfi Baldwin Locomotives FROM THK WOKKB OF Burham, Williams & Co., Philadelphia, F01111,, Are now prepared to give Kstliuates and icceivo Urders for these Lngiues, of any siio mid style. 104 Fort St., Honolulu. Just Received a "New Invoice of the Adeline Black Stocki A The Baldwin Locomotive Works AUK NOW MANUFAOTUHINO STYI.K OF I.OCOMOTIVIO PAHTIOULAHLY Adapted for Plantation Purposes A number of which havo recently been received at these Islands, and we will have pleasure in furnishing plantation agents and managers with particulars of same. The Superiority of these Locomotives over all other make- is known not only here but is acknowledged throughout the United Htutes. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd., Solo Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands. For Sale. MS For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, and Children. Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless. .AXJELIlSrE Are tlie- Best IMIe,c3.e. s. Eimucn, S. LEVY. FOB SALE. TMPOllTKl) MILCH COW. A (lood milker; very gentle; with lienor l!- 31 milker; very gentle; 2'"jS7trl or calf a week old, MtfWVVO ih It. 1. LILL1K, -WAm at T. II. D.ivies A ('o.lir,' iron sale. 9 IIOltSK l'OWKK UPHKHITllAXTnit ii Liiidmi and Holler, In good woiklug order. For paiticularsor tcrmsupnlv to the UULLKTIN 0Fll(Ji:, Temple of Fashion COHNEll OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS. "We Just Reoelved HSTe-w- XDress Goods, Ladies' Bedford. Oaps, Belts, Latest Style. Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises. S. EHRLIOH & CO. ISJe-w Goods ! USTe-w Goods ! po.NtinK 1)Uapi:uiks-pohtii:ui:s-pi.n'kapplk tissuk-sattekns -WHITi: DHKSH 0001)8 IN 01IKOK8 AND STIUPICS. .TAPANKSK COltDKl) OHKl'K. Ladies', Childrens', and Infants' Wear IN (1HKAT YAltirl'Y AT LOW PltKUCR. A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc. Batliing Suits in Cotton and Wool FOIt LAlJi:s, (JKNTri, AND (UIILDItKN. CAXjXj .AJSTD SEE3 OXJK. nSTETW GOODS, Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark. . B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort Si i -, . .A t"5 " .taslSiLayalfcii M&&. . . , jtvst A&Xio, & &zm S. toji8toi8fc& AJ&Wfc.