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Regulation (or Hog Slaugntor Houses.
"No Maunliter hoiiee for liof xlmll
be lnuiutniiu'd in tin1 Diwtiict of Ho
nolulu, Oithu, on 01 nftoi tin 2tlili of
February, 1S!)2, silliout a written
peuiiil from the llo.inl of Health."
'I'lii' tliui' in which till' !ibiit U'gu
lulion shall lake i-lleut i hereby t'.x
tomkul till tin- 20th of Mnu'li, 181)2.
l'resiik'iit Ihmrd of lli'iillli.
Notice is hereby given
1. That 1( tots in ICaobe, Puna,
Hawaii, have been tut apart for the
purpose of convoying to such persons
us may wit.li to aeipiiie hoinostoiulH
upon whieh to lie,
2. Maps of these lots ean be exam
ined nl the Laud olliee, Intel ior De
partment, Honolulu, or at the ollleo
of J. 13. Elderts nt Kupoho, Puna, Ha
waii. :i. J. E. Elderts will point one the
lots to any person desiring to see them,
for which service be will bo entitled Ic
u fee of iH from the peiton applying.
1. Pet sons who may desire lols
shall apply in wiiting to the Minister
of the Inteiior upon n blank form,
copies of which may be obtained free
of J. 13. Eldeits.
No application will bo consul
fioni pi-ifcoiib who illicitly own
I3oiy applicant must bo of full
7. The applicant will be allowed
ten years in which to pay for ihe land,
during which time it will bo exempt
8. Ho miiht within one year build
u dwelling house on the lot and begin
to occupy Ihe same and continue to
occupy it foi the remainder of the
term of ten years.
!). lie must within three years en
close the lot with a substantial fence.
10. He must pay quarterly in ad
vance interest upon the unpaid pur
chase price at the ratiTof 5 per cent,
per annum. The puichasor may pay
the whole or any p.irt of the purchase
price at any time, which will stop in
terest. 11. The preliminary agreement ib
non-absignablo and the land cannot
be sold until all conditions are ful
filled. 12, Failure to comply with any of
the conditions will work a foifeituie
ot the land.
C. N. SPENCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Inteiior Ollicc, Feb. 11, 18!)2.
Honolulu, H. I Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are heieby noti
fied that the boms foi using walei for
iriigation puiposcs are from 0 to 8
o'clock a. ji., and 4 to (5 o'clock r. at.
until fuilher notice.
Supt. Honolulu aler Works.
C. N. Si'i:noi:h,
Minister of the Interior.
G. 11. Kaailau, Ekj., has this day
been appointed an Agent to take
acknowledgments to Labor Contracts
for the Dibtiit'tof North Kohulu, Isl
and of Hawaii, vice Geo, P. JCam.iu
C. N. SPENCER,
, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olliee, Feb. II, 1802.
i t u.
Pfrtlerd to nnthir iect nor Party,
Hut estabinltrd for the benefit ot all
MONDAY, FEU. 15, 1802.
Mr. Crowley gives in this paper a
simple remedy proved elllcacioua in
Queensland for the coffee blight.
The Pacific cable is ically looking
up. Our San Francisco coi respond
ent states that the Navy Department
was about to recommend its construc
tion to Congiess.
Jf the story told by a man who has
just arrived in San Francisco from
the giound Is true, the Nicaragua
Canal Is in a more unpromising state
.than ever the Panama Canal wus he
foro absolute abandonment. lint
since the enterpiise has commended
.itself so strongly to the present
,u(lininistnition at Washington us to
ys- j(1ju urged in the PreaiUcnl'u message
ss mi objtiol for llbcirnl mil from the
nation's tuwuiry, suiuly Hie iiuUutint
prlilo mid Iho national Interest com
bined will avail to prevent the pro
ject's becoming an ignominious Jnil-ure.
Thete is no sense in condemning
the elective loud boards before they
have bud lime to show vt lint they can
do. They will doubtless be handi
capped in coining in at the fag cud
of the llnancinl period when appro
priations are depleted. Still, it is to
be hoped Hint, before the Legistatuie
will assemble, the boards will have
oppotluiuty at least to show of what
mettle they are possessed. Unless
they begin well there is nothing surer
than that mmubers will be tumbling
over each other to secure the credit
of introducing tliebill to repeal the
measure. It is sound policy to lest
a new law before abrogating it, and
the hope may be indulged that the
road boards may give no occasion
for lash legislation, to the contrary
of such policy, in the very Important
I ranch of the public service to them
THE COFFEE BLICHT.
The presence of parasites, vegeta
ble and insect, is due very largely to
starvation of plants. Proper cultiva
tion, trenching, draining and keep
ing the land clean, is essential to
success in coffee culture. The ab
sence of these invites disease in a
coffee plant, just as certain as want
of cleanliness is productive of dis
ease in an animal.
To rid coffee trees of aphis, prune
well and strip the trees of leaves,
care being taken that all such cut
tings are burnt. Make a paint of
the following: 31bs. Mower of sul
phur beaten into two gallons of wa
ter; about olbs. fieshly burnt lime
stone is next added to the water.
This causes violent boiling and a de
sirable chemical change. The whole
is then thoroughly beaten up and
two gallons moie water added, with
as much clay as makes a thick paint.
It is laid on quickly and easily
with an old paint brush laid on
so thick as to cover the insects
completely. They are scorched and
suffocated by this -treatment. As
the mixture dries it holds them as in
a matrix, and when the whole mass
peels off the wood is left clear, while
all the ingredients are nourishing to
the tree. The paint maj' have to be
used more than once. Winter is the
best time to tackle such pests. This
is the standard remedy in Queens
land and is effective.
Of course ouc contiibuting cause
to the presence of such pests may be
a deficiency in the soil of one or
more chemical agents, which in this
country may be a want of potash or
lime, it would be a great help to the
coffee planters if there was a Gov
ernment Bureau of Agriculture which
would analyse his soil and advise him
as to chemical nature of the manure
Will anyone give this simple rem
edy a trial and publish the result?
D. M. CltOWLhY.
Another and the fourth of Ray
mond's vacation excuisions has ar
rived, iu charge of Mr. II. C. Lyon,
of Boston. From a souvenir list of
members lcccivcd at his hands the
party is seen to be made up as fol
lows: Mr. Geo. F. Brown, Plaiufield, N.
Dr. W. G. Budington, New York
Air. Erastus r'oote, jr. ; Mr. Edwin
L. Lobdcll, Chicago, III.
Air. II. G. Johnson, Milton, Alass.
Airs. D. G. Littlefleld, Miss F. A.
Littlefleld, Air. L. II. Littlefleld,
Pawlucket, R. I.
Airs. IlenryC. Lyon, Boston ,AIoss.
Airs. J. S. Patterson, Alaster W.
E. Patteison, Philadelphia, Pa.
Air. Edwin A. Spanow, Air. Wil
liam P. Youngs, Brooklyn, N. Y.
This is the first large pai ty of ex
cursionists to arrive since .arrange
ments for making the volcano trip
have been completed by the Volcano
House Co. lately organized. It was
hoped the Alameda would be heic
wilh the tourists in time to connect
with the steamer Jiiniui, hut this did
not happen although that steamer
was detained 20 hours with that ob
ject. However, the combined cour
tesy and entei prise of Wilder's
Steamship Co. have met the emer
gency. The company has put the
line new lion steamship Claudine on
the heilh for Hie vojeano trip, and
she will sail for IJilo wjtlr the Ray
mond excursionists, besides as many
inoi e as like to Join them, aid o'clock
It is hoped the visitors will havo
pleasant weather and everything
agreeable on their jaunt to the Vol
cano, and that their entire expei iences
on the islands will yield them only
i)u. MoLi.NNAtf, tjio well-known
specialist of Han Fruucitco, Cal., re
cently arrived bnrc with his family,
bus opened ollices nt No, HI Jiicliunl
street, opposite the Royal J'aluce,
The Doctor 1ms had fifteen yearn of
unprecedented success ut the Buy
City, having among Jjis patients
many of 0111 leading citiciid Ur whom
ho can now refer.
The Doctor's specially is the treat
ment of all chronic, dilllcult and lin
gering dibcubO, and he invites nil to
aillicted to visit him. Refers by per
mission to Air. J. 'J'. Wuterhouhi), Sr.
Medical and surgical electricity u
speciulty, 'd'Al lux
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
The latoit dato of San Francisco
papers has news later than that of
our American letter.
There is anxiety about the steamer
Humboldt, thrco days overdue at San
Francisco from Eureka. She had 30
pasiengcrs, a crew of 26, and cargo
valued at $7,o00. Tugs havo been
scut to search for the Humboldt.
The P. Al. S. S. City of Sydney,
on her trial trip for rating, from San
l'lnnclsco for Panama, showed an
average of 14.81 knots per hour.
Capt. Louis Kempff, U. S. N. (who
was in Honolulu iu command ot the
Adams), took the Sydney's lime and
went ashore at Santn Barbara.
An eight-ten meteor fell in Butte
county, Cab, burying itself four or
five feet in the ground.
The Saturday Review belittles Spur-
geon s ability and methods.
It is said the Prince of Wales de
sires to adopt the Piincess May, the
mourning betrothed of the late Duke
of Clarence. Another piece of gos
sip is that there is a growing possi
bility of Prince Gcoige's marrying
the Princess May.
The Hotel Royal, corner of Sixth
Avenue and Fortieth street, New
York, was burned the morning of the
7th, and at least GO persons perished
in the llamas.
Influenza is to be olllcially investi
gated in London, where some of the
doctors say the results of other dis
eases are wrongly attributed to in
fluenza. The Emperor of Gormany'a favor
ite educational bill is in danger. All
over the Empire the Liberals nie
igitating against it, and the Conser
vatives in parliament threaten to
abandon the measure unless its finan
cial provisions are modified.
Louis Cyr, the French Canadian
strong man, while exhibiting iu Lon
don dropped a 28G-pound dumb bell
on his chest, indicting such a serious
blow that lie is laid up.
The Toronto Globe charges the
Postmaster-General, Sir Adolphe
Caion, with drawing money from
McGroevy the contractor's boodle,
for election purposes in 18h7
The Canadians beat the Danes- at
San Francisco, in both the light
weight and the heavyweight tugs of
war. The former was for $100, the
latter SI 000 a side, and the time was
18 minutos and 15 minutes 40 seconds
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Airs J S Patterson, Master W E
Patterson, Philadelphia, Pa ; Airs D
G Littlefleld, Miss F A Littlefleld,
Air S 11 Littlefleld, Pawtucket, R I ;
Air G F Brown, Plainfleld, N Jj Mr
II D Johnson, Milton, Alass ; Mr E A
Sparrow, Air W P Youngs, Brooklyn,
N Y ; Air E S Lobdcll, Chicago, III ;
Mr E Footc, Jr, Air II C Lyon and
wife, Boston, Alass; Air R W Ander
son, Honolulu ; Air J N Warrington,
Chicago; Air' A Sewill, Air F L
Sewil, Alaine ; Mr S E Fowler, Aliss
Fowler, Brooklyn., N Airs A V
Rice, N Y City Mrs F E Nickels,
Air L E Nickels, Seattle, Wash ; Mr
H Penkert and wife, San Francisco
Air L F Davis and wife, National
City; Air Al J Buike and wife, Aliss
Date, San Francisco; D W Irwin,
Aliss E Al Taber, Chicago, Sandford
Bennett. San Francisco; R T Wing,
Dillon, Alontana; W S Spledel, Bos
ton, Alass; W C Vissonel, Butte,
Alontana ; Aliss Sophie Eastman, So
Huddy, Alass ; II II Plemer, Alaui ;
1 II Qarstin, A E II Swift, Kauai.
A HUNTING QRUISE.
II. B. Al. S. Pheasant will sail for
Kawaihao, Hawaii, Tuesday after
noon. At that place Capt. Hunter
Blair and ofllcers will be the guests
of His Excellency Samuel Parker,
Premier and Aiinister of Fotnign Af
fairs, and engage in a lew days'
hunting on his domains. Hon. Alessrs.
Parker, Damon and Irwin went to
Kawaihao last week on business, and
will meet the Pheasant party there.
Col. the Hon. John Richardson, of
Her Alajesty's staff, will accompany
the Captain and olllccrs on the Pheas
ant and conduct them to Mr. Parker's
residence. He will not go as Gov
ernor of Alaui, however, as he de
clines to a3si)ip that title and dignity
on the commission of the Pacific
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public conceit at Emma
Square this evening, commencing
at 7:80. The following is the pro
Oieitiuo Poet and Peasant Suiipe
Jiii3t Trovatore Veidl
Ohoi iu T;iim)iaiiber . Wagner
heleellon Murlha Flotow
By request Ala HJUi Mnl. J,lpi(lno.
Selection- Tsiiheiiihiu Gill Ilulfe
Kniitii8la Foigo In the Foietit
Willi TJ;o Soiu eo Walilteiiful
J'olksi HfdjiMUJ UJuck t'ooto
' Hawaii L'orjpJ.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.. L'P.
New UuoiIh Juttt to Iliiud,
Slack & Brownlow's Water Filters,
Scales Topsail Chuins,
Upon Link Chains,
GohJets, Wines, J)e(innlers,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Vainishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Alinialuro "Vistas" for mailing,
"I have lccnn great
sttiTcrcr frotn Asm
ntn and sevefc Colds
every Winter, and last Fall my
friends as well as myself thought
because ot my tcenie condition, nwu
great distress from coustnut cough
mg, nud inability to raise any of the
accumulated matter from my lungs,
that my time was close at hand.
When nearly worn out for want of
sleep and rest, a friend recommend
ed me to try thy valuable medicine,
iiosciiee s liernian
Syrup. I am con
fident it saved my
life. Almost the first
dose gave me great
rplipfnnrin pentle re
freshing sleep, such as I had not had
for weeks. My cough began immedi
ately to loosen and pass away, and
I found myself rapidly gaining in
health and weight. I am pleased
to iuform thee unsolicited that I
am iu excellent health and do cer
tainly attribute it to thy Boschee's
German Syrup. C. B. Sticknky,
Pictou, Ontario." Q
MRS, FLORENCE WILLIAMS
Short Course of Lectures
Wednesday, Feb. 17,
.A.T lOi'JO A. M.,
Residence of Mks. HQUltON, Nuu
it I Uaiifini:
Class will lie EVERY
::t0 to 10:00
M., at the Aiioli Hall. ;h
ALL over nine months' outotanding
accounts not paid befoie the '2-2iitl
Instant, will be nl.iccd In the hands of
my attorney, and p.iyincnt enfoieod
345 3t GHAS. .1. FISIIEL
THEKE will be a meeting of the
Liberal L'arty for special business
lu Roblmoii's Hall at 7:30 THIS (Mon
day) EVENING. 345 It
(1HATELAINE Satchel with small
J piuse inside, between Kinau stieet
and l'uuahou Preparatory School. 1'le.ise
return to Bulletin Olliee and luceivo re
ward. 313 3t
LARGE Building Lot
coiner Kewulo stieet
and Wilder avenue; area 2'4
acres. Hue locality, teinis easy, l'rice,
apply to JOHN. F. COUJURN.
A LL parties who have left watches or
i. clocks wjth A. A. Do-iion, Wai
luku, Maui, for lepubs, ,uj lii'M'y noti
iled to claim their property wfthhi sixty
tlajs, as thuy will be debarred from
claiming thereafter, lie having gone out
of business. Claims to bo sent to Mr.
EeKart. at Mr. Doi Ion's late place of
bushieps, Wallukii, or to tho under
signed. TIIOS. NQTT,
THE stockholders of the Hawaiian
Agricultiual Company will please
take notice that a special mfctlng of the
Company will be held at the ollleo of C.
Brewer & Co., Queen stu-et, on MON
DAY, Feb. 29, 1892, at 10 a. M., to con
sider impoitunt business.
J. O. CARTER.
Secretary II. A. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 15, 1892. 315 2w
rpilE stockholders of the Haualul
4- Sugar Mill Company will please
iitke notice that a special meeting of the
Company will be held ut the olljeo of i
Urewer & Co., Queen street, on MON
DAY, Feb. 2!l, 1892, at 11 d'elock a. m ,
to consider Impoitunt business.
Pecictary II. S. SI. Co.
Honolulu. Feb 15, 1892. 345 2w
Sausages ! Sausages !
FRESH Bologna, Liver PiuMlni;,
Blood PuddiiiK, lioud Cliche,
FiuiiUuit Simsimc, VU'iimi Suiisngu anil
Kino Poi k Sausage always on hand and
delivered to older by
GEO. D. SOHRAEDER,
132 Foit street, f wo doors above tho
1 Geimuula Muiket.
VT Mutual Tel. 710. 343 3m
MH. Al J J8N"7l UTC HI NS ON holds
his classes on 'Wednesday mid
Satin day at his Studio. No, 4 Adloi's
avenue, Punchbowl stieet. opposite the
Queen's Hospital, 340 tf
MR.R. O. BARNFIELD holds classes
Iu Diawing and Palatini; at his
studio. Hotel btieel, back of Drs, Ander
son & Luudy. 1141 tf
TO JJ. WAWH, ' .
4i 4fl,S7 t Xww. Olliee lu
(Jiirtwriglrt J" "IJna, Meichiint ntcpt,
Honolulu. p feb 11-D2
1 ' '" "ii-imi lilJUP''-i ... i i
Picture FraiuCH JiiaUo to
order from latent stylos of
mouldiiiffs. Konovutioii of
old pictures a specialty.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO. OF NEW YORK.
JtlOIMKIk A. .UcUUJUW. 1'iTHiiluiit.
issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its mombcrs since Its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0UARS.
Us Now Distribution Policy la the most libel al over offered by any Insuiancc Company.
tQr For full paillculars apply to
r. JB. JUfIK.
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
Auction Sales by James P. Morgan.
On TUESDAY, Pel). Kith,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 91..
I will sell nt Public Auction nl the
Iron Warehouse of G. V. Maufarlunu
fc Co., Queen street, tho following
llistrained for non-payment ol lout,
from the premises of tho Union Iron
Works Co :
1 10-inch Lnllio wilh chuck, gear
wheels, belts, wi enches, study rest,
fall plate, holder, turning and bor
1 Enioiy Wheel with countei shaft,
pulleys, hangois, belting, shifter rod
1 Brass Worker's Lathe with chuck,
slide rest, counter bhafts and pul
leys, -bangers, belling, turning and
boring toolc, two tlogs, shifter rod,
wrenches, lathe centre, lay bcrews
and brass lovnr.
1 lC-incb Lathe wilh countershaft and
pulleys, hangers, chuck, faceplate,
wrenches, study u si, bocket wrench,
tool, post, gear wheels, shifter roil
1 G-inch Lathe w lb counter shaft,
study lest, gc.u wheels and wrench
es. 1 Drill Prcs-s with baseplate, counter
shaft witlyjulloy, -liifter tod, belt
ing, cone, TRafi, pulley and frame,
bed plale, handle and hangeis.
1 18-inch Lathe with chuck and
slitlo test, two tail pieces, two
cl.imps w i tli bolls, belting, wi ouches,
gear wheels, bevel pinion, hangeis,
tool post, counter shaft with cone
and pulleys, study rest, chuck, slidu
rest, boiing and turning tools, two
lathe centres, one pipe centre, one
lest for cutting bhafts.
1 Milling Machine with two han
gers, belling, shifter rod, counter
hhaft and pulley, wrenches, oil
boxes, gear head.
1 Simper with two tables, bed plate,
countershaft and pulley, three
hangeis, two shifting lods, belling,
one central, one rod, one goaf
wheel, tools, four bed plates.
1 Grinding Machine with counter
shaft, hanger and pulley b, belting.
2 Cubes Tool.
flfiF"All above are complete and in
TlimiS UAH II.
J AS. P. MORGAN,
33.1 15t Auctioneer.
On WEDNESDAY, Feb. 17,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11 .
At the residence of Mrs. MILKS, Ohrist-
loy place, Foil stieet, I will
sell at I'ublie Auction
The Household Furniture !
One Ash Bedroom Set
II W Iiedi ooni et,
Lamps, Cm tains,
SINGER SEWING' MACHINE
Dining Table. Chairs, ,
Sleat Safe, Itefiigerator,
1 "tfodtsi" Stov3 and Utensils Etc.
JAS. P. AIOHGIN,
34i3 2t Auctioneer.
Al OPPORTUNITY !
At the request of a
number 9 1' our patrons,
Ave have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. W: Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and Wa
ter Coloring, Iroo of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for the past
ftyo years and we feel
confident that, by prao?
tical demonstration, ho
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in tho matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
yoy further particulars
THE REPORT ON
New York Life
New York Stale Spile flnt of Insurance,
Published January 22, 1892, Shows:
Assots June 30, 1891, per Superin
tendent's Report, - SI 20,710,690
Assets January 1, 1801, per Com
pany's Report, - . - $ 1 1 5,947,809
Surplus June 30, 1801, per Superin
tendent's R jport. - S 1 4 708,675
Surplus January 1, 1801, per Com
pany's Report, - - $ 14,898,450
The above Surplus as shown by the Superintendent's
report is larger than that of any other purely mutual life
insurance company in the world.
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A FULL LINE OF COLORS IN
Ins Mils, CasMeres ait Henrietta Clis,
Figured Chailles & Silk Striped Ohailles.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy Striped Flanaels & Flannelettes.
CpME AND SEE OJJR
STRIPED & PLAID WORSTED COMBINATION SUITS. TRICOT &
FINE CLOTHS FOR RIDING HABIT.
BSF If you arc in search of Dress Materials come and examine our
immense assortment before making your purchases elsewhere.
The Agency for ' JAYNES
FAMILY MEDICINES, so Ipng
held by our house, lias been
transferred to Messrs. BEN
SON, SMITiI & CO., to whom
all orders should be sent.
CASTLE & COOKE.
. Honolulu, H. L, Feb. 4, 1892.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.rid,
Port Street, Honolulu.
New Goods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
(Fiom 1 Gallon to 600 Utillniis).
jSSf Vfu aie the only Authorized Agents for this aitielo, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any nuuutfty.
PACIFIC UAliriWAliE CO., Lf
General Agent Hawaiian Islands.
Dress Goods !
CAN BE FOUND AT
Late Arrivals I
fe&lk v '.'.