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On WEDNESDAY, Eebruary 17,
1802, ut 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hah1 will be
sold at public auction Thirty-six
(!)() Lots al Alakiki, Honolulu,
Oaliu. varying in size from 1 71M00
to 8-1 0 of an acre.
Upset price Vaiylng fioni S2fiO
to SoUO each hot according to size
and location. The terms and condi
tion of sale will be cash or at the
option of the purchaser onc-fouith
cash, and the icmaindcr in equal in
stallments payable in one, two or
three years, with interest payable
semi-annually at the rate of 7 per
cent per annum.
The pui chaser must within one
yj:ar fiom the date of purchase en
close the land bought by him with a
good and substantial fence and lay
on water from tho Government pipes.
Royal' Patents will be issued for
the land upon the final payment of
the purchase price.
A map of these Lots can be seen
and full particulars lcai'ncd at the
Land Olllce. Water mains have been
laid or shortly will be laid adjoining
all of the above lots.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oillcc, Jan. 11, 1892.
Sale of Lease of the Govern
ment Land of Papaa, K.auai.
On WEDNESDAY, February 10,
181)2, at 12 o'clock noon, at the
front entrance of Aliiolani Hale will
be sold at public auction the Lease
of the Government Land of Papaa,
Kauai, containing an area of 2000
acres, a little more or less.
Term. Leabe tor 20 years.
Upset price. S100 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENUER,
j Minister of tuc interior.
a' interior unicc, dan. ji, iovz.
Sde of Lease of the Government Land
of Piha, Hiio, H waii.
On WEDNESDAY, February 10,
1SD2, al 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale will be
sold at Public Auction, the Lease of
the Government Land of Piha, llilo,
Hawaii, containing an area of -1230
acres, a little more or less.
Term : Lease for 20 years.
Upset price: 250 per annum,
payable semi-annually in adxance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Ministei of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Jan. 11, 1892.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holdcis of water privileges, or those
paying water intcs, are hereby noti
fied that tho liuuib fjir using water foi
iirigation pui poses are from (i to 8
o'clock A. !., and -1 to (! o'clock r. m.
until further notice.
Sunt. Honolulu ater Works.
V ' A , .
3 jliiijioyuu :
O. N. Sl'KNCKR,
Minister of the Interior.
' 9fil If
It has pleased Her Majesty tho
Queen' lo appoint, tho
HONORABLE HERMANN A.
To bo Miniator of Finance, v'co Hon
orable John Mott Smith, leagued,
lolani l'alncr, Jan. 28, 1892.
flit titled to neither Sect nor Party ,
jk , Hut established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, FEU. 5, 1892.
THE PALI BOTCH.
The collapse of part of the new
section of the Pali road means a In .".
of thousands of dollaiH to tho trea
sury which ought nover to have oc
curred. It caused, besides, the loss
of a unman life. Experts had pre
dicted that the structure would go
down one wet day. Tho concern
would have been no credit to an
K, ordinary Madeira fence-builder, much
Jess to high-salaried surveyors and
engineers, A narrow wall was bnijt
iOn shelf in tho side of the preci-
TlTln fiti1 Mm arifitn luilumnn ilii II
jiwwt Hiiv vu (7ftvu uuhil.Ull UIU null I
mid the precipice fllJutl in with loose I
material. The independent tracta
riana of the late campaign, whoso
game of rule or ruin happily failed
egregiously, refused to concede to
the National Reform party cither
any good quality or any valuable
service rendered to the country.
Well, the National Reform paityat
least put an end to the regime of
criminal botch-work of the Pali load
kind in the Bureau of Public Works.
STEAM TO PUQET SOUND.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs
has received a letter from Mr. J. G.
Swan, Hawaiian Consul at Port
Townsend, icgarding a project for
steam communication between Pugct
Sound poits and Honolulu. Mr.
Herbert Foote Beecher, ex-Collector
of Customs for Paget Sound district,
is the head visible promoter of the
scheme. By the way, he is a son of
the late famous Brooklyn preacher.
Mr. Beecher has called tlifferent
tunes at the Consulate to give and
ask for information. It is asseitcd
that the line would not.be owned by,
although it would run in connection
with, the Northern Pacific Railway.
The proposal is lo buy an English
stenmer, which can be had at a very
reasonable figure now, with a passen
ger capacity of 35 in the cabin and
200 in the steerage. Mr. Beecher
indicates the modest amount of
835,000 to $50,000 as the annual
subsidy that might be given by
the Hawaiian Government. As the
subsidy grauted by the Legislature
lo the Oceanic Steamship Company
is only 824,000 a year, the Pugct
Sound line projectors will require to
modify their expectations before any
meeting ground can be reached.
They have been advised by the For
eign Olllce through the Consul that
the Cabinet can do nothing whatever
in the matter before the assembling
of the Legislature. So far as this
end of the line is concerned, steam
communication with the Sound, at a
reasonable cost, would be very desir
able. It would extend the market
for bananas and other fruits very
materially, besides perhaps enabling
us to get provisions and luiuber
cheaper than at present.
Through the kindness of Mr. C. J.
Lyons of the Government Survey,
the readers of this paper have been
informed regarding the planetary
conjunction to-night. It has been
gathered from his notes that the
planets were to come witjiin a stated
nearness to each other. Mr. F. M.
English, however, in this morning's
Advertiser states that "this evening
shortly after sunset Jupiter and Ven-us-inay
be seen in conjunction." This
he qualifies by adding, " that is in
close proximity with each other."
Some unscientific people might be
misled by the foregoing statement
into thinking that they were going to
see that great event a planetary
conjunction to see which astrono
mers will travel round the globe. A
conjunction is the actual contact of
the planets' disks, although their
centers will not coincide. To give
its readers further information on the
event of to-night, the Bulletin has
interviewed Professor Marcuse, the
astronomer sent here by the Geiman
Government to prosecute investiga
tions into the variations of the earth's
axis which were some time ago dis
covered. The Professor cordially re
sponded with the information given
The conjunction of the planets will
take place at half-past eleven, after
they have disappeared below the
horizon. It will be visible in Asia.
For people on these islands there will
only be the sight of Jupiter and
Venus in near proximity beautiful
enough yet not the actual phenomen
on of a conjunction. As for the
moon, she will not be in the coif junc
tion, her place being near the zenith
when Jupiter and Venus are oo.
quelling with each other close to the
horizon. The moon will, however,
be in vertical line with the planets.
Last night tho planets were near
enough to make a pretty sight, but
they will be much nearer at their
setting this evening.
Tho French and Russian Minister
at Peking insist, it is staled, upon
being received in audience in the
Imperial Palace itself. The same
telegram says France will not object
to a Russian protectorate in Corea.
At a recent sale of autographs in
London a letter of Napoleon bi ought
1,298; four letters by the Prince
Consort, '5 eaoh ; one by Robert
Burns, 1 10s; one by Byron 11;
one by Dickens, 30s. A letter writ
ten by Boulanger brought but 7s.
A British voter got disqualified re
cently as follows: For six years he
had been lodging in a back room and
had voted as an elector for Chelsea.
Some weeks ago he moved into the
fiout room and was knocked off the
roll, because it transpired that
though the back room was in Chelsea
the fiout one which opened off it
was in Wcstminilcr. i lie question
now arises- what woujJ happen if he
lived in the do jrw ay. '"
A CROWN OF DIAMONDS.
Tho llcniitlful Tlnrn Worn by the
Wlfn ut IJnvornor Hrotvn.
A beautiful tiara, or crown, of
diamonds, was recently completed
for Mrs. Frank Brown, who wore il
on the occasion of her husband's
inauguration as Governor of Mary
land. According to tho Globo-Dcmo-cral
it is one of the handsomest
pieces of Jenclro of tho kind ever
worn or made in Baltimore, and is an
exquisite piece of workmanship.
The crown is composed of a slender
baud of gold about a third of an
inch wide and long enough to extend
nearly around the head. It is per
forated at the ends with small holes,
though hair plus or a rubber band
may bo worn to hold it in place. The
ornamentation of the tiara consists
of live large stars, attached to the
front of the gold band and forming
a half circle of diamonds about the
head. The central star of this twiu
kling constellation measures 2J in
ches In diameter, or from point to
point, and the remaining stars arc
graded in size, decreasing slightly as
they extend from the central orna
ment. The diamonds ure set in plati
num, which makes au effective back
ground for the sparkling gems. There
are 350 stones in the five stars,
eighty-six in the large central one,
seventy-six in each of the adjacent
stars and fifty-six in each of the
From the big solitaires forming the
center of each star down to the tini
est gems that outline the slender
points tho wjiole forms a group of
flashing lovcliness.from which a thous
and rays scintillate in the tiny, shim
mering sparks, whose light seems to
be created within each jewel's depth
and clothed in all the colors of the
rainbow. In the center of each star
the lrrge 6olitairc is elevated above
the surrounding rays in a ciown set
ting, encircled by smaller stones sim
ilarly set. The diamonds in the five
points of the star and in the smaller
intervening points are imbedded in the
platinuu), where they are so closely
set as to fori) an amost unbroken
diamond surface. The stars arc fas
tened lo the gold band with pins run
ning through liny golden tubes from
which they can be readily slipped,
thus making the ornaments detacha
ble and suitable for use as breast
pins. Concealed in the top point of
each star is a pendant which gives it
another use as an ornament for the
neck or to be combined in a beauti
ful necklace of diamond stars.
FOREIGN NEWS AND COSSIP.
The French revenue returns for tho
year 1891 show a surplus of 100,
000,000f over expenditures.
Physicians of standing in Europe
now employ hypnotism for the cure
of drunkenness and the opium habit.
The autograph of Dr. Johnson
brought only 87 at a recent sale in
London, while a letter of Keats sold
Louis Kossuth is very sick at his
home ip Turin. He suffers consider
ably from asthma and also has trou
ble with his eyes.
Another substitute forgutta peroha
has been discovered in South Amer
ica, being in the form of a fluid of sol
There is now an unprecedented quan
tity of American cotton at Liverpool.
Two docks alone received 200,000
bales for the mouth preceding Christ
mas. Berlin uses the meter exclusively
in supplying water, and this is true
of 20 per cent of seventy-seven
German cities having a population of
In the Wietstoek parish of Brand
enburg there was pot a single death
during 1891. The parish books show
that this record -has not been equaled
Lady Salisbury, wife of the Eng
glish premier has become a member
of the woman's committee formed to
look after" the exhibits of English
women at the World's Fair.
The King of Ashantee is allowed
3,333 wives. Many of them are the
daughters of the chiefs of tributary
tribes over 'which the King has juris
diction, and are sent to him as hos
tages. Emperor William has addressed a
letter of congratulation to Herr Von
Korn, the proprietor of the Schlelis
,che Zcitung, on the occasion of the
I9O1I1 anniversary of the founding of
A committee of the Cardiff, Wales,
Town Council has been investigating
the elpctric-ljghting system of the
town and reports tjiat lighting by in
candescent lamps costtj two and a
half times as much as gas..
According to the Architect of Lon
don, the Edinburgh Architectural
Association has been compelled to
close its libiary on account of con
tinued theft of books which the au
thorities have been unable to stop.
The Speaker of the House of Com
mons draws a salary of 5,000 a year
while in olllce, and when he retires
he is raided to the peerage and re
ceives a pension of 4,000. The
Deputy Speaker receives u salary of
The Saxon government has decided
to undertake extensive improvements
in and about Dresden. New harbor
works are to be constructed on the
Elbe at a cost, of about 1,802,500,
and tho railway terminals in Iho city
are to be re-arranged tit an expense
of nearly 88,750,000.
Five more rooms have been laid
open in that part of Pompeii which
has been uncovered this year, and
not far from the forum. Visitors
were astonished to find in them a
number of pieces of biead, which
must have been wrapped up in nup
kins, tint tissue of which is still in a
I perfect slate of preservation.
ForTkroat and Lungs
"I have been ill for
Homorrhago "about five years,
"have bad the best
FluoYoars. "medical advice,
"and I took the first
" dose in some doubt. This result
" ed in afew hottrseasy sleep. There
' was no further hemorrhage till next
"day, when Iliad a slight attack
" which stopped almost immediate
"ly. By the third day all trace of
" blood had disappeared and I had
"recovered much strength. The
"fourth day I sat up in bed and ate
" my dinner, the first solid food for
"two months. Since that time I
"have gradually gotten better and
"am now able to move about the
"house. My death was daily ex
"pected and my recovery has been
" a great surprise to my friends and
"the doctor. There can be no doubt
"about the effect of German Syrup,
"as I had an attack just previous to
"its use. The only relief was after
"the first dose." J.R. LouGiiuitAD,
Adelaide, Australia. -
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
TO-MORROW, Fob. Gib,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, a largo lot of
Heil room Sets, Chairs, Hugs, Stoves,
Damaged Galvanized Buokets,
Sacks Potatoes Boxes Apples
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
3:17 It Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Residence on Young Si
On SATURDAY, Fob. Ctli,
AT 1 UVI.OCK XOOV,
At my Salesroom, Queen stieot, I will
s'cll at Public Auction,
A Desirable Residence
On Young Street, at tear of resi
dence of Hon. S. Parker.
The Lot has a frontage of 50 feet on
Young street and is 140 feet deep. There
New Dwelling House
On the Lot containing Parlor, 3 Bed
rooms, Diuimj-room, Pantry, Kitchen,
etc. Tho grounds are nicely planted
with Flowers and Shade Tiees. Water
laid on throimhout.
J For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
3:il 7t Auctioneer.
On TUESDAY, Feb. lGlh,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31..
I will sell at Public Auction at tho
lion Warehouso of G. V. Macf.irl.ine
& Co., Queen street, the following
Distrained for non-payniont of lent,
fiom the premises of the Union Iron
1 Ki-inch Lathp with chuck, gear
wheels, belts, wronehec, study rcbt,
fall plate, holder, turning and bor
1 Emory Wheel with countershaft,
pulleys, hangers, helling, shifter rod
1 Brass Worker's, Lathe jvith chuck,
blide rest, counter shafts and pul
leys, hangers, bolting, turning and
boring tools, two dogs, nhiftor rod,
wrenches, lathe centre, lay screws
and brims lqvnr.
1 10-inch Lathe with countershaft am'
pulleys, hangerK, chuck, faceplate,
wrenches, study rest, socket wi cinch,
tool, post, gear wheels, shifter rod
1 0-inch Lathe with counter shaft,
study rest, gear wheels and wrench
es. I Drill Piess with bubeplato, counter
shaft with pulley, shifter roil, belt
ing, cone, shaft, pulley and haiue,
bed plate, handle and hangers.
1 48-inch Latho with chuck and
blido rest, two tail pieces, two
clamps with bolls, bolting, wrenches,
gear 'wheels, bevel pinion, hangers,
tool post, counter shaft with cone
and pulleys, study rest, chuck, slide
rest, boring and turning tools, two
lathu centres, one pipe centre', one
rest for cutting shafts.
1 Milling Machine with two han
gers, bolting, shifter rod, counter
bhaft and pulley, wrenches, oil
boxes, gear head.
1 Simper with two tables, bed plato,
countershaft and pulley, three
hungers, two shifting rods, bolting,
pno ccpfral, ojo rod, onu gear
Wheel, toojs, o r'bwl pates.
1 Grinding Maohino vil cpiinlci
shaft, hanger and pulleys, bulling,
2 Cases Tool.
ST'All abovo arc complete and in
JAS. P. BIOKO AN,
383 ICt Auetloueor.
riArMiiwwiiinwi-iftw ! m
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00.
'.; ki a. jici;imiv,
Issues Every Desirable Form
It has paid its members s.neo Its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
its iew uismuuuon Policy is tho most liberal ever offered by
For full particulars anplv to
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
Sew UooiIh .litHt to II mid.
SI ick & Hrownlow's Water Killers,
Scales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chains,
Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Painls, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Miniature "Vistas" for mailing,"
Residence For Sale !
I have been instructed by Mr. M. Ilyinan
to dispose of his i
Fine Ilosidenctt on King St.
At I'rlvulo to.
EST" Full paitieuhus in leg.ird topilco
and tenn call be had at my olllce. In
tending puiehasprb wishing to inspect
the property can do s.o on application to
lw - ' JAS. V. MOJtGAN.
rr."VrOTICE is hereby given that
2.CZX y the following described
animals will be sold at public auction
on SATURDAY, Feb. 20, I8H2, at 12
o'clock noon, at the Government Pound
1 Itoan Iloise, all legs white ami shod,
whiti' spot on foiehead, biamlcd "KK"
on left hind leg, and "j" on right bind
1 Hay Mare, white stieak on foichc.i'l,
both light legs white, all legs shod,
SQt Owners of the abovo animals must
semi In. their claims within in days,
otherwise tliuy will be sold ou the dale
abovo named. D. KAOAO,
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1802. 830 2t
MISS N, yon 6ERICHTP,
Tenches the Higher and Lower Itudl.
incuts of Muelc. For fiuther informa
tion inipilie at Hawaiian News Oo.'s
Store, or call Mutual Telephone 0U5,
a "NK Cottago to let oi
VtA " ' Punchbowl street. Ku
agquii-oof I,. ADI.KU,
207 tf 111 Nuiiauu St. phoo stoie.
HOUSE of G iooiiir, kitchen
and batlnuom, within
four minutes' valU. of the
1'oj.t Onieo, Kept $20 a mouth, Apply
at this ollluc. p28 tf
BluHHrs, King Bron. tiro
showing it Hun lino of limn
boo and othor stylo Parlor
EusoIh, Wall Brackets and
Window Cornices ut prices
to meet tho times.
HA US SOME
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LVL
N.w Goods by Late Arrivals !
PLANTATION SUPPLIES, "
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
(Fiom 1 Gallon to 800 Gallons).
1ST Ve aro the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HAJtDWARE CO., L'd.
N. S. SACHS,
1 04 Fort Street,
The Popular Millinery House,
Builders' & Gene.al Hardware,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WIL"OX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
' - . i i -.
SING LOY & CO.
53 KIN"G .STREET.
Have rc-ononed In their New Building,
where they will keep constantly In
stock at- the lowest prices, a
large assoituieut of
Satins. Pluslici, Ribbons, Purses,
Laces, Embroiijerlos, Ec Etc.
SOME malicious persons having cir
culated a rumor that wo aro going
out of husiuess, wo take pleasuie in
announcing to tho public in goneral
ami lo the trado in particular, thai it
is our iutoution lo carry on our busi
ness in tho future- to tho full extent
as il has been horetoforo during the
last 25 years. And from tho success
wo havo made in our business wo feel
assured that wo will stay another 20
years, To.be convinced pleafO call
and examine our stock and you will
find jf." in our line the largest and best
assortpd in the Hawaiian Islands,
335 tnj HYMAN HKOS.
A Fine Weber Piano For Sale !
I U AVE for sale a Fine Square Weber
Piano, a splendid lusti anient In
3C lw JAS, P. MORGAN.
OF NEW YORK.
of Policy !
FOUR MILLIONS OF DOL'ARS.
any lnsuianco Company.
8. Jt$. jcfii;.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Al OPPORTUNITY !
At tho request of a
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer tho services of our
artist, Mr. W. Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and Wa
ter Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for tho past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, ho
can teach his pupil just
what ho wants to lciiow
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without tho
tji-esorae qaur.s.p. usually
adopted by in.structo:s. "
Foj- further partfcidars.
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