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Salo of Govorninont LotB at
Makiki, Honolulu, Oahu.
On WEDNESDAY, February 17,
1802, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolnni Hale will be
ynld at public auction Thirty-six
(III!) Lois at Makiki, Honolulu,
Oahu. varying in size from 1 7'J-IOO
to 8-10 of an acre.
Upset price Varying fiom $2f0
to $.U0 each Lot according to size
ami location. The terms ami condi
tion of sale will bo cash or at the
option of the purchaser one-fourth
cash, and the remainder 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 purchaser must within otic
year from the date of purchase en
close the land bought by hi m with a
good and substantial fence and lay
on water from the Government pipes.
Royal Patents will be issued for
the land upon the linal payment of
the purchase price.
A map of these Lois can be seen
and full particulars learned at the
Land Olllcc. Water mains have been
laid or shortly will be laid adjoining
all of the abovo lots.
C. N. SPENCER,
Ministei of the Interior.
Interior Olllcc, Jan. 11, 1S92.
Honolulu, II. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
HoUleib of water pihilcgcs.or those
paying water laies?, are heieby noti
iii'd that the boms for using water for
irrigation purposes are fiom (i to 8
o'clock a. M., and -1 to (i o'clock v. M.
until fuilher notice.
Supt. Honolulu A ater Works.
O. N. SrnNCF.it,
Minister of tbe Interior.
Regulation for Hog Slaughter Houses
"No slaughter bouses for bogs shall
bo maintained in the District of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, on or after the 2Uth of
February, 1S92, without a written
peimit from the Board of Health."
The time in which tbe abovo regu
lation shall take efl'ect is hereby ex
tended till the 20th of March, 1892.
President Board of Health.
Wm. C. Acbi, Esq., has Ibis day
been appointed Notary Public for the
First Judicial Ciicuit of the Kingdom.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Feb. 10, 1892.
G. II. Kaailau, Emj., h.ib this day
been appointed an Agent to take
acknowledgments to Labor Contracts
for tbe District of North Kobala, Isl
and of Hawaii, vice Geo. P, Kainau
. C. N. SPENCER,
Minibtci of the Intciior.
Interior Ollice, Feb. 11, 1892.
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TUESDAY, FEB. 10, 1892.
The notaiics public who resigned
their commissions to run for the
Legislature, but did not get there,
are one ly one getting Ircsh ones.
Her Majesty tho Queen Dowager
in giving a chaiity feast is proving
her well-known benevolence, by
which alio won when wearing the
crown the warmest love of her sub
jects. Iva Leo has not got out of the elec
tion campaign yet. The Advertiser
is telling the woild that it is Good
and Gieat, which will not be disputed
by anybody except people outside
the Advertiser ollice. The Bum.lti.n
meanwhile goes on the even tenor of
its way, advocating what it deems
for the public good and giving the
news of Hawaii and the woild.
Lovers of munic as a pleasure, and
benevolent souls who must be musi
cal also as a duty, will bo bound to
turn out to the concert at St. An
drew's Cathedral on Friday evening.
There will be a collection taken for
the depleted treasury of the Hiitibh
Benevolent Society, and Britons es
pecially will feel bound to contribute
liberally. Tho general claims on
uniblio benevolence treated in an
rother urticlo appeal pointedly on this
occasion to British subjects.
CLAIMS OH BENEVOLENCE.
The funds of the several benevo
lent societies of Honolulu aro run
ning low, or have quite run out, and
the calls for aid by those who can
not find employment, or who aio not
able to work, arc on the increase. No
doubt there arc some trami3 who
prefer to beg when woik is offored
them and of course there aro some
in distress in consequence of their
improvidence or their vices ; but
theic nic many now who aie worth'
and willing ,to woik, who, by sick
ness or other misfortune, are really
unable to provide for themselves or
those dependent upon them.
These calls for aid are not tempo
rary. Fortunately there are organi
zations for reltet Here wmen nave
done much of good work in the past ;
and there is no way in which aid can
be given so economically and kindly
as through these organizations. Let
all make up their uiind to help
systematically either through their
national society or through the
Ladies' Strangers Friend Society or
both, and much of want and distress
which cannot be ignored will be re
lieved. A good many unable to get
a living for themselves here, though
willing to work, have been helped to
get back to where they came from or
to their country or friends, and that
is often the best kind of help to them
and for all concerned.
While wc arc helping poor for
eigners to get away or to a living
here others arc coining in without
funds or other means of support,
having paid away the last of their
money for passage, and in some
cases having paid the whole or
part of their passage in work on
board the vessel. In the United
States it has been found necessary to
pass stringent laws, to prevent ves
sels from bringing paupers and those
likely to become charges upon the
community into the country. Will
it not become or is it not nlready
necessary, to have some legislation
upon that subject for the protection
oi this community? That there are
calls for prompt, generous and
systematic contributions to help the
poor and sick (such contributions
as may require self-denial on the part
of a good many), there can bo no
THE SOUTH SEAS.
Arr.incliiir to hocuru Kxliibltu for
the Great KxpoHltlon.
Chicago, Feb. 5. Leigh S. Lynch,
special commissioner of the World's
Fair for the South Sea islands, started
for San Francisco to-day and will sail
by the first steamer for Yokohama.
In the course of the next ten or
twelve months he will visit the Phil
ippine islands, Java, Sumatra, Bor
neo, the Fiji islands, Friendly islands,
Solomon islands and other members
of the Malay and Polynesian groups.
His mission is to secure exhibits ami
natives for the exposition. It is the
purpose to make the South Sea is
land exhibit one of the most curious
and attractive on the grounds. Two
hundred thousand squat e feet of
space have been set apart on the mid
way plajsance on which will be erect
ed Japanese, Maori and other vil
lages, as nearly as possible represen
tative of the life and industries of
the natives of those regions.
The public is cordially invited to
attend the special choral service at
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Friday even
ing next, the 19th inst., at 7:30.
The order of service includes Ebdon's
beautiful Magnificat and Nunc Dimit
tis in C, Dudley Buck's B minor Tc
Deum, the anthem "The suu shall be
no more thy light by day" by Rev.
Canon Woodward and Tallis' festival
responses. The choir of ladies and
gentlemen will number twenty-four,
and Mr. Wrav Taylor will preside at
the organ. The Rev. Alex. Mackin
tosh will deliver an address suitable
to the occasion. A collection will be
taken up for the British Benevolent
A ROYAL PIANO.
The New Yoik Musical Courier of
January 27th says: "There is now
on exhibition in the warerooius of
Messrs. J. & C. Fischer, 110 Fifth
Avenue, Now Yoik, a rare specimen
of one of the finest grand pianos,
made to order for Queen Liliuoka
lani. It is made from a log of koa
sent from the Islands and the veneers
were sawed in New York. On the
front and inner side of the fall board
the royal coal-of-anns and insignia
arc artistically painted with effect,
and the tone of the instrument is ex
quisito with refined touch." It was
to be shipped from New York after
the 1st of February.
SUICIDE OF A STRANCER.
Samuel S. Boone, a Chicago man
vlio arrived the latest trip of the Aus
tralia, shut himself in the right tem
ple at his room in the Hawaiian Hotel
yesterday afternoon. Ho was dead
some time before being discovered,
A letter to his sister showed that the
act was premeditated, Boone had
been in poor health for some years.
He was a single man about 55 years
of age, and leaves a brother and sis
ter in Chicago. In his effects taken
charge of by the American Consul
General, there is a letter of credit
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TRICKS THAT ARE VAIN
Chin ho Trncni lit Iloturn IVrhiltH
DooHii't Always Work.
Mr. W. Horace Wright of the For
eign Ofllec gave a reporter somo in
teresting facts regarding the trafllo
in the permits to return to this coun
try issued to Chinese who arc going
away on a visit to tholr native land.
There is meat vigilance against
fraud in permits exercised by the
Hawaiian Consulate General at
Hongkong. Lately a permit was
impounded there on its presentation
by a Chinaman -10 or 45 years of age,
with a wife and two children. The
permit he held proved to have been
issued to a single man of 35, who
died on the passage to China. One
man bought a penult for $30 and
sold tt for SCO, but the document was
presented at the Consulate only to
There were 94 more permits Issued
on presentation of passage tickets
for the latest trip hence of tho bark
Velocity than were used on that
vessel. The Custom House entries
of passengers were 348. Pcrrait9
were taken out by 311. The actual
number of Chinese passcugers landed
at Hongkong by the Velocity was
217, or, as statctl above, "J4 less man
As a permit cannot be obtained
without showing a paid passage tick
et, it must be that the buyers of tick
els either hand the permits to some
one on board or mail them to China.
The Hongkong Consulate has instruc
tions to impound all permits picsent
cd by Chinese who cannot prove
clearly that they are the persons de
scribed in their respective permits.
II. M. Kapiolani, Queen Dowager,
will give a grand luau on Friday
next for the benefit of benevolent so
cieties in general and the Matornity
Home especially. It is intended the
luau will be had at her Luakaha resi
dence, Punchbowl street. A nomi
nal sum will be oharged. The lay
out will be in the Hawaiian fashion.
A large crowd ought to be present,
to advance the feast's beneficent pur
poses. The Maternity Home, it has
been found out, is deficient in certain
things, and it is intended to enlarge
the building and provide more con
venient accommodations. The Queen
Dowager was the prime mover in es
tablishing the Home.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
New fooil(t JuHt to Hand.
Slack & Bro wnlow's Water Filtors,
Scales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chains,
Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Miniature "Vistas" for mailing,
Du. McLennan, the well-known
specialist of San Francisco, Cal., re
cently in lived here -with bis family,
has opened offices at No. 31 Richards
street, opposite the Royal Palace.
The Doctor has bad fifteen years of
unprecedented success at tho Bay
City, having among bis patients
many of our leading citizens lo whom
bo can now rofer.
Tho Doctor's specialty is tho treat
ment of all chronic, difficult and lin
gering dibcase, and he invites all so
afllictcd to visit him. Refers by per
mission to Mr. J T. Waterhouse, Sr.
.Medical and burgical electricity a
specialty. 331 lm
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
Hysteria, and other diseases of tho
NOTICE Is hereby given that Lau
York has assigned to mo all his
Interest In the firm name of Wing Slug
Chan, tailor shop, No. 40 Nuuanu street.
Feb. 10, 18U2. 310 tw
Special JM'eoling' Notice
SPE'TAL meeting of tho stock
holders of the Walluku Sugar
Comp.my will he held on FRIDAY.
Feb. 2Utli, at 10 a. m., at the ollice of
(J. Hrower&Uo., (L'd).
E. O. WHITE,
tl Id at Seeietary.
AN luljouniinl nuniml meutlnir of tho
Union Feed o , (L'U), will bo
held at the Company's olllcc, cm FRI
DAY, tho lUth hist., at 11 o'rloek A. M.
V. R. VII) ,
aid lit Secretary U. F. Co., L'd.
'PUE Stockholders of Wallieo Sugar
I Company will plenso tuke notice
that a Special Meeting ot tho Company
will bo held at tbe Olllco of 0 Drawer
and Company, on THURSDAY, tho
25th Instant, at 10 o'clock a. in., to con
sider lmpoi taut business.
Secretary Walheo Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 181)2. iiJIIOt
IF you want a Firot-claBB .lob of Paint
ing of any description done, call ou
tho Practical Painter, J. L. Mky" only.
Fort street ISO. P. O. Box 387. Mutual
Telephone 002. 150 tf
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
1 "The Dally Bulletin." 50 cent
Wkn Wing has n HbJico this issilc.
I'll mectyou T tho BfunsvMck.
Ex-rnA Minco'rWiit tb ''Elite."
BtiHAOH BtiiiNKnH at "Hebron, New
man & Co.'s. 3-lw
W. C. Actu has been appointed it
0. J. McOAiniiY has lots on Lililiu
street for pale. ''
Button Holes made to order at No.
1 Garden Lane. 7-tf
Tiik Brunswick aie the only Billiard
'Parlors in town. "-tf
An ndjoumeil meeting of the Union
Feed Co. will bo held Friday.
Aktkii slaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith &, Co., Agents.
A SPECIAL meeting of the Wniluku
Sugur Co. will be held on tbe 2Gtb
Sxinhurn lelieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Have your children vaccinated.
Fresh vaccine virus at llobron, Now
nian & Co.'s. 3-lw
Mits. Aii.au announces her opening
of a Hawaiian bazaar in the Club
Tin: Wa'heo Sugar Co. will bold a
special meeting on tho 25th inst. for
If you want to save time and
nioney buy your furniture, etc., at the
I X L, corner Jfuuanu and. King
Foun-d tho place to buy now and
second hand furniture of all kinds at
low prices, the I X L,cornor Nuuanu
and King street, 5-2w
Dklicioui ooiree and chocolate will
be i-erved every morning early at tho
Palace lee Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
it Cron, Holol btiuet. 1-tf
Egan &. Qunn announco they will
do a strictly cah business on and
after April 1, till which date their
clearance snlo will continue,
Gkt your boots and shoes made
and repaired by the old W.iiluku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on East
Hotel street. Fust-class work, low
Bedkoom sets, wardrobes, ice boxes,
sloven, chairs, hanging lamps, rugs,
bureaus, ehcllbniers, etc., sold cheap
foi cash at tbe I X L, corner Nuuanu
and King stiect. 5-2w
Received. 14th February, per S.S.
Alameda for tho California Fruil
Maiket, Apples, Cauliflower, Celery,
Frozen Oysters in shell and in tins,
Potatoes, Onions, Nuts and Raisins;
also 3000 Pineapple Plants, Smooth
Cayenne and Sugar Loaf varieties
for sale reasonable
5-3t P. G. Cahamnos.
Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper Is very
well known to tbe citizens of Apple
ton, Me., and neighborhood. He
says: " Eight years ago I was taken
" sick, and suffered as no one but a
" dyspeptic can. I then began tak
"ing August Flower. At that time
"I was a great sufferer. Every
" thing I ate distressed me so that I
"had to throw it up. Then in a
" few moments that horrid distress
" would come on and I would have
" to eat and suffer
"again. I took a
"little of your med
" icine, and felt much
"better, and after
" takinga little more
" August Flower my
peared, and since that time I
" have never .had the first sign of it.
"lean eat anything without the
" least fear of distress I wisu all
" that are afflicted with that terrible
"disease or the troubles caused by
"it would try August Flower, as I
" am satisfied there is no medicine
"equal to it."
MRS. J. K. AILAU has opened a
Mauaiian Itaaur In the Club
Stable's building, where b o intends
supplying all customers with anything
in that lino. A Dressmaking Depart
ment, making a specialty of Ilolokus,
has also been opened In connection with
!M0 3t MKS. J. K. AILAU.
'piIE regular annual meeting of tbe
1 Hawaiian Fiuit & Taro Co will lie
held at their ollice in Wulluku, Maui, ou
SATURDAY, March 12, 1802, at 10
o'clock A. m. W. II. DANIELS,
Wn 23t Seeietary II. F. & T. Co
yR. ALLEN HUTCHINSON holds
1VX his clusi-es on Wednesday and
Saturday at his Studio, No. 4 Adler's
avenue, i'uiiclilmwl sticet, opposite tlie
Mlt.lt. C. DARNFIELD holds classes
in Diuwlug and Painting at ills
studio. Hotel stieet, back of Drs. Ander
son & Lundy. 341 tf
Attorney at Law. Oulce iu
Cait wright Didlding, Merchant btreet,
Houolulu. feb ll-2
Picturo FramoB intulo to
order from latent stylos of
inoiililiiigri. Koiiovution of
old pictures a specialty.
I MUTUAL LIFE
HIUIIAUM A. DlcCUJtllY,
Bssues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0UARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal over offered by any Insurance Company.
6P For full particulars apply to
. a. JL5. 1)?5C.
191 , General A'gfntVor the Hawaiian Inlands.
TUB RiBff fas
In His Boot!
An interesting incident oc
curred at a wedding in aSTyaclc,
N. Y., recently, says the Al
bany Argus. All went mer
rily until the bridegroom was
called upon to produce tho
wedding ring. In vain ho
felt in his trousers' pocket
for the indispensable article.
Nothing could be found ex
cept a hole, through which
the ring had evidently fallen
into his boot. What was he
"Take your hoot off," said
the parson. The suspense
and silence wore painful.
The organist", ar the domi
nie's bidding, began a "vo
luntary." Tho young man removed
his boot, the ring was found,
also a hole in his stocking,
and the minister remarked,
evidently with more than the
ceremony in mind, "Young
man, it is time you were mar
ried." J? or appropriate liingage
ment or Wedding Kings, in
call on .
and odd shapes,
H. F. WICHMAN.
AN 0PP0RT1ITY !
At the request of a
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. W. Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting find Wa
ter Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can leach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
S PJ301 AL MEKTINW.
rpi'K stockholders of the llnwailuii
I Agilculttual Company will plenhe
take notice that a special niccting of tho
Companv will be held at the ollice of C.
Biewer & Co., Queen stivet, ou MON
DAY, Feb. 20, 1U2, at 10 a. m., lo con
sider Important busiuoss.
J. O. OUl'I'Iilt.
Seeietary II. A, Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 15, 18112. 315 2w
rpilE Ktoekholdcrs of tho Hnnalel
X Sugar Mill Company will please
take notice that a special meeting of the
Company will be held at the ollice of 0.
llrewer & Co., Queen street, on MON
DAY, Feb. 2!), 1SD2, at 11 o'clock A, i ,
to consider lmpoitaut business.
J. O. CARTER,
Fecrctary II. S. M. Co.
Honolulu, Feb 15, 1802. IMS 2w
Sausages ! Sausages !
I'RESII Bologna, Liver Pudding,
I1 liloud Pudding, Head Cheese,
Fiaukfuit Sausage, Vienna Sausage and
Kino Pork Sausage always ou hand and
delivered to Older by
GEO. D. SOHRAEDER,
182 Foit Btreet. two dooia above tho
- Mutual Tel. 710. 818 :tm
A LL over nine months' outstaudinu
accounts not paid before tho 22nd
Instant, will he placed In tho bands of
.my attorney, und lmymeut enforced
' mom CHAS. J. F1SIIEL.
THE REPORT ON
New York Lif
Hew York Stein Sopiitc All of Insurance,
Published January 22, 1892, Shows:
Assets June 30, 1S91, per Superin
Assets January 1, 1801, per Com
Surplus June 130, 3891, per Superin
Surplus January 1, 1801, per Com
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.
0. O. BERGER,
Dress Goods 1
A FULL ASSORTMENT CAN HE FOUND AT
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
Latest Designs Ii iS lilleiil Dross Goods,
All Woo! Camelette in all Shades,
A FULL LINE OF COLORS IN
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Figured Chailles & Silk Striped Uhailles.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
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COME AND SEE OUR
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BQ5" If you are in suarch of Dress Materials come and examine our
immense assortment before making your purchases elsewhere.
The Agency for JAYNE'S
FAMILY MEDICINES, so long
held by out liouso, has been
transferred to Messes. BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., to whom
all orders should be sent.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Honolulu, II. I., Feb. 4, 1892.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort, Street, Honolulu.
(Nkw Goods by Late Arrivals !
PLANTATION SUPPL1 ES,
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE REST QUALITY.
(From 1 Gallon to 800 Gallons).
tOr We are the only Authorized Agents for this (iiLiulo, ami are
prepared to quoto sptcial prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC UAKDAYAKE CO., L'd.
OF NEW YORK,
S 14 708,675
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
e insurance Co.