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Sotico is hereby given
1. That 10 Lot in Knobe, Putin,
Hawaii, linvo boon set apart for the
purjruse of oortveyiug to Mich persons
as tn ay wish lo nequire bntnesteiidit
njwn which to live.
2. Maps of these lulu ran In- exnin
ittoil at the Laml olllec, Interior l)e
vmrlmcnl, Honolulu, or at the olllce
of J. 12. ISlderls at Kapoho, I'liim, Ha
waii. 3. J. 12. ElileUs will point out the
lots to any person desiring to see them,
for which service he will be entitled to
ii foe of $1 from the person applying.
i. Poisons who may desire lots
shall apply in writing to the Minister
of the Interior upon a blank form,
copies of which may he obtained free
of .1. K. Kldorls.
5. No application will be consid
ered from persons who already own
0. Kvory applicant must bo of full
7. The applicant will be allowed
ton years in which to pay for iho land,
during which time it will bo exempt
8. Ho must within one year build
a dwelling house on the lot and begin
to occupy the same and continue to
occupy it for the remainder of the
term of ten years.
!). He must within three years en
close tilt; lot with a substantial fence.
10. He must pay quarterly in ad
vance interest upon the unpaid pur
chase price at the rate of f) per cent,
per annum. The purchaser may pay
the whole or any part of the purchase
price at any time, which will stop in
terest. 11. The preliminary agreement is
non-assignable and the land cannot
bo sold until all conditions are ful
filled. 12. Failure to comply with any of
the conditions will work a forfeiture
ot the land.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Feb. 11, 1S'J2.
Foreign Oilice Notice.
Foil ei on OiTin:, )
Honou'i.u, Feb. 12, 1802.
It has pleased Her Majesty the
Queen to grant Letters Patent of
ItOllKItT 15. IJREN1IAM, Esq.,
a citizen of tho United Stales of Am
erica. :mi it
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, arc hereby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation purposes arc from (i to 8
o'clock a. -M., and '1 to ( o'clock i .m.
until further notice.
Supt. Honolulu liter Works.
0. N. Sl'ENCKH,
Minister of tho Interior.
In accordance with Section 1 Chap
ter XXXV of the Session Laws of
1888, I have this day set apart an on
olosuio for tho impounding of estrayh
in Waianae, Oiihu, on a piece of laud
hounded us follows:
North Uy Waianae Co.'s Stables.
South By Kuleana Kaialiilii no
Kast By Government Hoiul.
West By Piihoa Apana .'I.
In accordance with Section 2 of
Chapter XXXV of tho Session Laws
of 1888, 1 have this day appointed
Mr, II. 1). Johnson Pound Muster to
Iho above Found in Waianae, Oahu.
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllce, Feb. 10, 181)2.
G, II. Ivtuiilau, Ftq., has this day
been appointed an Agent to take
acknowledgments to Labor Contracts
for the District of North Koliala, Isl
and of Hawaii, vice Geo. 1'. Kuiiiitii
C. N. Sl'ENOEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, Feb. 11, 18i)2.
John L. ICaulukou, Esq , bus this
day been appointed Notary Public for
tho First Judicial Circuit of Iho King
dom. C. N. SFENCEB,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, Feb. 10, 1802.
Picture Frames made to
order from latent styles of
moulding. It ('novation of
old pictures u specialty.
'l II Hi
Vrdvni M hnthtr Srct npr Wy,
Rm ntnhlithftl for thr. hrnesit of all.
SATURDAY, VVA. 18, 11)2.
Marques is malicious In his muni
ftslatioii3 of misery. See Iho trans
lation of his compliment to oppon
ents. Tho suspension of Ka Leo on both
Kntttiday and Sunday gives a much
needed rest to Its readers as well a
" KtssoB for coin," in this issue, is
the story of si lively time in a church
in America, caused by a new variety
of money-raising devices of the mod
ern species that staid church people
of the old school deplore.
The yarn of White the stowaway
in this paper is probably invention
so far as the narrator's experience is
concerned. There has not been a
vessel .named the brig Madtone at
this port. Such things as White
describes have not been unknown in
the South Seas, but of late British
and French warships have kept a
pretty close surveillance over the
The project of a fruit trust, to
embrace sonic of the largest fruit
growing estates of California, is one
of the latest developments of combination-
to which all industry and
commerce sccius to be tending.
Small farming in the United States
has in late years become overshadow
ed and pressed to the wall, in the
matter of producing great staples of
export such as breadstuffs, by the
vast estates covering thousands of
acres, which, by their advantages in
economical production and transport,
arc beyond competition in supplying
the demand. With the gaining the
control of the fruit market by wealthy
combinations, California as a home
for small producers will be a lost
Faikv Tales and Folk-Loiieok Nkw
Zealand and the South Seas ; by
Edward Tregear. Published by
Lyon & Blair, Wellington, N. Z.
Pp. 1G5, 12mo.
This unique and entertaining little
book is intended to be used as a read
ing book for the children in the New
Zealand schools. Happy are the
children who have such a charming
text-book. Tho learned author, who
has no superior in the department of
Polynesian folk-lore, has succeeded
in telling these stories in simple, racy
Saxon English, superior to the style
oi the average school readers. The
collection embraces thirty-four stor
ies, live of which are Hawaiian, de
rived from Ellis, Forbes, Mrs. Naku
ina, Gibson and Daggett, and ten
from the llervcy Islands and Ta
hiti. Fiji, Samoa and New Guinea
each iurnish one, while the remaining
sixteen are New Zealand legends, in
cluding the famous story of the demi
god Maui. It is believed that the
use of this work will not only serve
to familiarize the children with the
primitive history and customs of
Polynesia, but also assist them in
acquiring a mastery of genuine "Eng
Mr. Tlios. Wright, captain of the
English team in the recent tug-of-war
tournament, is forwarding to
Sydney by the steamer Alameda gold
medals for the ten members of the
team in the crew of the H. Y. S.
yacht St. George. The medals were
made by Mr. J. HiihaHh, jeweler,
and are very pretty. Their desin
is a ring with a shield bearing the
cross of St. George In black enamel
inside. It will be remembered that
the English team won the second
prize of S7.r in the tournament. The
medals have been obtained by sub
scriptions of a few Englishmen in
Honolulu. There is little doubt that
the gallant men of the St. George
will be proud to wear these memen
toes of their Honolulu visit and vic
tory. They well earned all their
honors, both by their prowess and
by their deportment.
FROM HOTEL" DELLONE.
Mr. C. W. Keed, proprietor of the
Hotel Dellone, Omaha, one of the
llnest new and modern hotels in the
west, says of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy: "We have used it in our
family for years with the most satis
factory result, especially for our
children, for colds and croup. It cuu
be depended upon ; besides it is
pleasant to take and seems lo be free
f i oiu chloroform and the oily sub
stances put into many cough mix
tures." 50 cent and 81 bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
Cape Colony, Africa, will make an
ambitious display at the World's
Fair. One of the features will bo a
miniature diamond mine, where the
whole process of washing, sorting,
cutting and polishing will be shown
C. H. SPURQEON.
line Of the mo' remarkable uiPtl
of the age win Oniric linddow
Spurgeon, the news of whoso death at
Monlone, France, has just reached
us. Mr. Spurgeon was born at Kel
vntnti, F,s.ex, in 1881. of humble
parentage, but received a fair gram
mar school education at Colchester.
At the nge of fifteen he removed lo
Koyston, Cambridge, where for three
years his studies were advanced.
A I tho age of seventeen he com
menced his impromptu evangelical
career, and his friends advised him
to enter on a course of theological
study in a college in order lo better
qualify himself for his adopted mis
sion ; but he said life was too short:
his message was plain, and the path
of duty lay straight before him. 1
think it was in lSoG that the "boy
Drencher" first appeared in London,
where in the quiet of a Sunday after
noon in some of the public squares
he could be found with audiences
composed chielly of members of the
humbler classes who rarely visited a
church. There were peculiarities
about the young preacher which ar
rested attention. There was the
freshness of the Cambridge meadows
in his voice and manner, as there
was a bloom of health on his cheek.
Tho boy had the earnestness and
vigor of a man, and the soul of a
giant. He evidently understood the
sins and sorrows and wants of a
great city. It was the gospel of
humanity -the same that had been
preached and practiced in Judea
centuries ago, but Time and the
World had covered it with barnacles,
and Spurgeon in his unconventional
way kicked them off.
Mr. Spurgeon realized in England
what Henry George wrote years after
wards in America, that the World
had captured the Church. Spurgeon
always spoke from the heart with a
burning, touching eloquence, and the
common people Heard linn gladly.
The condition of the London poor
touched him and he went alone into
lanes anil alleys where a single police
man did not venture, lie helped to
establish meetings where he could
sup with, and address men whose
sole claim to be present was that
they were professional thieves. Again
he would in like manner meet with
an audience of fallen women. He
founded temale repuges, the Stock
well orphan asylum, night schools,
prisoners' aid societies, a training
college for young ministers, in addi
tion to ragged schools. Spurgeon
impressed on others what he felt
himself, that a life devoted to hoard
ing shekels was generally a violation
of the golden rule, but to help the
needy and lift up the fallen was a
Christian duty. It is safe to say that
out of the large sums entrusted to
Spurgeon, none of it clung to his
lingers, and like John Wesley he
died poor. At about the age of
twenty-live Spurgeon married and the
onby children were twins, one of
whom, Charles, entered the ministry
and settled in New Zealand.
There was a humorous vein run
ring through the serious in Spur
geon's nature, as when he adopted
the music of "Auld Lang Syne" for
sacred song, declaring that the devil
should not have all the good music.
He declared that man was made to
laugh as well as weep, and freqm nt
ly shocked the more grave by caus
ing laughter in the church. His mo
bility of facial expression, though
not in any way extravagant, was a
powerful aid to a voice of great flex
ibility, in addition to which he rivet
ted his eye on every one before him.
Spurgeon had no love for doctrinal
disputation. His sympathies were
broad and he enjoyed the friendship
of Dr. Tate, Bishop of London, Dean
Stanley, Archbishop Manning, t'unon
Karrar, and all Christians of broad
views. Although a Baptist his church
was what in England is termed an
open Baptist communion. "Spur
geon's Tabernacle," as the great
building in Kensington Road is call
ed, seated about 5,000 people and
was built chielly by the working
classes, Well may the great London
dailies edge their sheets in mourning,
for a friend to humanity has passed
over the river. D. M. C.
Yesterday, Feb. 12, was the Coro
nalion Day anniversary of His late
Majesty Ivalakaun. Her Majesty
observed the day with a luuii. In
the afternoon the Queen, attended
by Prince David Kawananakoa,
ladies-in-waiting and others, seated
on the King street side of the Palace
yard, reviewed the different riding
societies. The women on horseback
wore red and yellow pa-us and re
minded one of tho olden times, when
such riding costumes were common
everyday scenes. The rlduis halted
at every corner when the bugler
blew a blast from a trumpet. Quito
a number of people were abroad to
witness the equestrian spectacle.
FEELING RATHER SORE.
Literary translation of local
Marques's paper this morning:
"Went to Hawaii a very edifying
trio Messrs. L. A. Thurston, B. F.
Dillingham and E, C. IMacfarlanc,
the trailor of the old National Party.
Would to God that they will never
Cauces do' Burro nao cliegam ao
FOR BHAIN FAC
I!kc llui'Htoril'n Arid l'li(iMiluilr.
Dr. W. H.FisiiKU, be Sueur, Minn.,
Miyo: "I find it veiy hcrviceablo in
ui'ivous debility, sexual weakness,
brain fag, excessive use of tobacco, as
a drink in foverc, and in some miliary
troubles. It is a grand good lemcdy
in all cases where 1 have used it."
A Plfitffc SCHOONER'S CHUISli.
HlmviittHl IVlillc'H Nlitiw lltifin llnti.
cil IiiiiiIh NlriciiHiin I'lai.ii'.
San Francisco, Jan. 21. -Jinnes
White, a stowaway from Honolulu
nn the steamer Australia, tells a re
markable story of his adventures in
the South Seas. He says he desett
ed from an American ship in Sydney
last May and shipped on a hundred
ton schooner for a trading voyage
among the islands of the l'aeillo.
Soon after leaving the Australasian
coast, guns were brought up from
the hold and While was told that
they were to be sold to the isl
anders. The vessel eat noil a crew
of fifteen men, comninnded by Capt.
Colton, a Southerner. At the first
place the vessel touched, live young
girls were forcibly abdilolcd. The
natives puisued in a canoe, and
when near the ship were fired Upon.
Six or eight were killid, and the
canoe was overturned and the rest
were devoured by sharks.
Two weeks later the ves-el touch
ed at another island, and in a fight
with natives one of the crew was
killed and the mate's arm was
broken. At another island a lot of
sandalwood was stolen and the
schooner was chased by a French
gunboat, but she got away. At thu
Qualmn Islands White deserted and
was taken to Honolulu by the brig
By request Prof. 11. Merger has
arranged a novel program for the
Rjyal Hawaiian Baud concert at
Kmnia Square this afternoon, com
mencing at 1 :30 o'clock. Selections
by the string orchestra and singing
by members of tho band will be in
troduced. Following is the program :
Overture Enchantment Hermau
Waltz - .Rose Queen rowe
Fantasia Emperor Cornflowers. .Thlele
Uuolieni). Pirn Alaui. Nuti o ka I'alul.
Oveiture Golden Crown ICappi'y
Waltz Danube Waves Ivauovlci
I a Prince ItUinarek Scndrowsky
l. Count Caprlvi
Thluvos Mukn llrstltuttmi.
Conscience works in mysterious ways
sometimes. A Concordia (Kan.) preach
er, whose horse blanket was stolen a
while ago, started n series of revival
meetings, converted the thief and got
his blanket back again. Tho wife of
Councilman John Ilullormi, of Cincin
nati, is another one who has benefited
by an awakened conscience. In 1870
somo ono stole her wedding ring. The
golden circlet w;is returnee to her
through tho mail a few days ago.
A lllow ul Marljlo l'litylng.
There can be littledoubt that Jackson,
Ky,, is O; dignified and orderly town,
Witness this extract from a report of the
proceedings of the city fathers: "The
council at tho last meeting ordained that
tho playing at ball and marbles bo for
ever prohibited in Main street and the
court house yard, and that upon Sunday
neithor of these games shall be played
within tho town limits."
Hut Voted Ono Hundred Tlme.
David Uarjow is entitled to recogni
tion as a good citizen who takes a proper
interest in public affairs. Ho voted for
tho ono hundredth timo at his nativo
village of Ballston, N. Y., tho other day,
having cast a ballot every spring and
autumn since reaching his majority. Ho
is now seventy-ono years old:
This is the query per
petually on your little
boy's lips. And he is
no worse than the big
ger, older, balder-head-
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 Flowuk 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 lias an honored
place in every city and country store,
possesses one of the largest manu
facturing plants in the country and
sells everywhere. Why ?s this? The
reason is as simple as a child's
thought. It is honest, does one
thing, and does it right along it
cures Dyspepsia. Q
G. G. GKKKN.Solc Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey,
ENGLISH "DOG" CART
On MONDAY, Feb. 1ilh,
A'r 13 NOON,
I will sell at Public Auction at my Sales
rooms, 1 HXUIilNH lHHi O.IKT
In llrst-class Older.
LEWIS J. IiEVISY,
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LMIKSII Bologna, Liver I'uddlug,
F Blood I'uddlug, Head Cheese,
FraiiMuit Hausaue, Vienna Sausage and
Finn Fork Sausage always on hand and
delivered to order by
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Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
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& Co., Queen street, tho following
Distrained for non-payment, of rent,
from the premises of the Union Iron
1 l(i-ineh bathe with chuck, gear
wheels, bolts, wrenches, study icst,
fall plate, holder, turning and bor
1 Emory Wheel with countershaft,
pulleys, hangers, belting, shifter rod
and i est.
1 Brass Worker's bathe with chuck,
slide resi., counter shafts and pul
leys, hangers, bolting, turning and
boring tools, two dogs, shifter rod,
wrenches, lathe centre, lay screws
and brass lover.
1 lG-ineli Lathe with countershaft and
pulleys, hangers, chuck, faceplate,
wrenches, study rctt, socket wrench,
tool, post, gear wheels, shifter rod
1 (i-ineh Lathe with counter shaft,
study rest, gear wheels and wrench
es. 1 Drill Press with baseplate, counter
shaft with pulley, shifter rod, belt
ing, cone, shaft, pulley and fiaino,
bed plate, handle and hangers.
1 -18-inch Lathe with chuck and
slide rest, two tail pieces, two
clamps with bolts, belting, wrenches,
gear wheels, bevel pinion, hungers,
tool post, countershaft with cone
and pulleys, study rest, chuck, slide
rest, boring and turning tools, two
lathe centres, one pipe centre, one
rest for cutting shafts.
1 Milling Machine with two han
gers, belting, tdiifter rod, counter
shaft and pulley, wrenches, oil
boxes, gear head.
1 Simper with two tables, bod plate,
countershaft and pulley, three
hungers, two shifting iods, belting,
one central, one rod, one gear
wheel, tools, four bed plates.
1 Grinding Machine with counter
shaft, hanger and pulleys, bolting.
2 Cases Tool.
g'jfipfAll above are complete and in
,JAS. F. BIO KUAN,
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the I .land of Oahu.
Aj;ent to Take Acknowledgments t La
Agent to (Jraut Mairlago Licences, Ho
Agent for the Hawaiian Ixliiiiilsof Fill it
s-eott'ii Freight A I'areels KxjiresK.
Agents for the Burlington itoute.
Real Esthte Broker &
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Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. jan !t2
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A T Iho adjourned animal meeting of
'V the htoekhohlers of the C. Brewer
& Company held this day, tlo following
were elected Olllcers of the Coiporallon
to serve during the ensuing year:
Hon, J.Q. Carter.
(Jeo. II. Robertson Treasurer,
ii. is isiMiop beerctary,
lion. W. F. Allen Auditor
Hon. O.K. Itlfihop, ll,Vaterhouse,KMi,,
S. C. Allen, Ksi,
K. F HISIIOF,
Secretary C, Brewer & Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, lhO:'. ill! lin
MIL it. C. BAltNFIKLD holds classes
in Drawing and Fainting at his
studio, Hotel street, back of Dm. Ander
son it Lundy. IM1 tf
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General Agent for Iho Hawaiian Islands.
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New York Slate Sprite flout ef Insurance,
Published January 22, 1892, Shows;
Assets June 5H), 1S91, pur Superin
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