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Oilice until WEDNESDAY NEXT,
the 27th instimt, at 3 oVlock p. ni., for
Printing the Depaitnient Report, in
Hawaiian nnd English, for the bien
nial lificnl period ending Mnich 31,
Samples of thubtylo of Printing and
all km mired infounatioti ean be bad
upon application at the Foieign
The Minister of Foreign Ail'airt.
does not bind himself to accept the
lowest or any bid,
Minister of Foreign Allan a.
Foreign Olllce, April 23, 1892.
Sala of Lease of n. GcveinniMit Land
at Kaneoho, Koolbupoko, Oaliu.
On WEDNESDAY, May 25, 181)2.
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliiolani Hale will be sold
at public auction the Lease of a Stiip
of Government Land adjoining the
Kaneohu Court House Lot, Koolau
poko, Onhii, and eonlaining an area
of 25-100 of an acie a little more oi
Term Lento for 10 yeais.
Upset price $50 per annum, payabb'
semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interior Ofliee, April 22, 181)2.
It has pleaded Her Majesty the
Queen to appoint
JA.MKS WII.MAM UOMUI'ISON, EsQ.,
to be a member of Her Privy Council
loluni Palace, Apiit 21, 1892.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1892.
As the Bulletin desires during the
summer season to give its employees
the Saturday half-holiday, advertis
ers will greatly oblige by handing in
their favors for Saturday's issue early
Most of the piinting paper import
ed here is from the United States
and therefore free of duty. The
Bulletin Publishing Company, print
ing no newspaper except its own, im
ported about one-fourth of all the
printing paper entered at Honolulu
free of duty last year. As thercjHre
20 newspapers and periodicals pub
lished here, besides a great deal of
book and pamphlet work done, the
foregoing fact is very suggestive.
Mr. Bishop's exhaustive descrip
tion of the changes in Kilauca in live
years lakes up a large part of our
space to-day. Persons who may fail
to secure all the extra copies they
desire of the daily can be supplied
with the Weekly Bulletin contain
ing the article, provided they file
their orders before nine o'clock Mon
day morning. Otherwise they will
have to take their chances with the
limited number of extra copies to lie
A REMEDY PROPOSED.
In ''Comments on Sports" in last
night's issue of your paper, "D. II."
calls attention to the dangerous posi
tion of the ladies' portion of the
grand stand at the new base hall
grounds, and further along proposes
a very simple remedy, which I feel
assured would suit all base hall
lovers, and at the same time not put
the League managers to any extra
expense. This is the proposition to
remove the reserved poition of the
stand to the extreme inakai poition
of the building. Most all enthusiasts
in the national game know that the
point of vantage for experts to view
a game from is directly behind the
home plate, us from this position
good judges can form their opinion
as to whether the umpire is strictly
itnpartktl in his decisions on "halls"
and "strikes." Now, I do not wisli
to infer that the ladies ot Honolulu
nrenot as well-posted in the liner
poinl9 as are those of tho United
States, but I do claim that the inuj
ority of them simply go for the
pleasure and excitement attendant
on a contest between two well
matched teams, and not to comment
on the nicer distinctions which go to
make up the exhibition. Should this
simple remedy be canied out, I am
suie not a single objection would lie
raised,, and the extra expense of a
netting could be avoided. As for
"foul tips," landing anywhere in
that neighborhood, why the" boys
could be trusted to take care of
them, no matter how hot they might
he. The general view of tho gamo
from the lower etid of the stand is
fully equal to that from any portion
of it. A Bleachkh.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
The chicken thief h abroad in tho
CONOHATULATIONH, Hon. J. W. Iloll-
ICohala, April 20. Dty weather
nnd clouds of dust flying.
SwuiiByour tickets for tlio concert
in time to get a choice of seats.
TiiuiTEKN passengois by the Kinau
this morning were from the Volcano.
Thk band will give its regular con
cert at Emma Square this afternoon.
Miss Ukhhy's select school for girls,
on Emnin street, will open on Monday
was a biiak shower of rain
7 and 8 o'clock yostoulay
Tin: Y. M. C. Club will
their club rooms at 1 o'clock
Don't forget Miss von Gerichten's
benefit euteitaiument at the Opera
Mit. M. M. Scott will hold examina
tioi's for admission to Stan foul Uni
veisity on the 9th, 10th and 11th of
Miss N. von Gerichten's concert
this evening is bound to be one of tho
most entertaining events for a long
Diamond 1Ii:ai, 12 in. Weather
clear; wind light west; steamer Wai
uiaiiuln ami schooner Sarah and Eliza
oil' poi t.
Tin: Pacific Wheelmen's prize gold
medal is on iov at Mr. II. F. Wich
man's jewelry stoic. Us liret winner
is C. H. Tracy.
On Monday, high title large, 3 p m.;
small, 2:20 a.m. Low tide, huge, 8:50
small, v p. m.
sets, (3:23 p. in.
Sun rises. 5 :33
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W. Wright are
staying at the Waikiki residence of
Mr. T. It. Walker, through the hos
pitality of that gentleman.
Mn. and Mis. S. C. Allen entertain
ed ex-Governor Peikins of California
and Mrs. Perkins to dinner at -their
town icsidence yesterday evening.
The Kawaiahuo Church choir as
such is not going to sing at the Opera
Houso this evening. A native choir
is down on ,the piograin.of which pro
bably some members belong to church
Dit. Soulk, for a long time past on
the S. S. Australia, has opened an
oflico in San Francisco, and will
shortly join tho ranks of thu Bene
dicks. He is succeeded on the steam
er by Dr. Younger.
A Koiiala subscriber in remitting
for the Bulletin writes ; "The Bul
letin is very much improved over
what it was when I had it before. I
have noticed at tho post office that a
good many take this paper."
Mu. Levey's sale of horses for Hon.
J. 1. Dowsett this noon was largely
attended. Prices ruled low in couso
nahce with the times and some very
desir.ible animals were led away by,
doubtless, inwardly rejoicing buyers.
Two Chinese weie lined $14 eacli
for attempting to violate Sec. 5, Chap.
74, of Penal Code, which is that no
one is allowed to leave the Kingdom
without a passport. The Chinese are
those who attempted to stow away on
the balk Albeit.
On Sunday evening, at the 0:30
o'clock services of tlio second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral, the
members of I. O. O. F. will attend in
a body in regalia. Rev. Alex. Mack
intosh will deliver an appiopriate ad
dress, and special music will be sung.
All aie invited.
The new yacht will bo out next
week. Mr. Soienson, the famous
local boatbuilder, and Mr.W. L. Wil
cox look a glimpse at the boat in the
hold of the ship Benmoro this morn
ing. The yacht lias been partly tin
I'ovcnd and a fair idea of wiiat it
looks like can bo now gathered.
Ah Un, a Chinese waiter in Chap.
Lino's restaurant on Nutianu street,
was convicted in the Police Com t this
morning on a eliaige of assault with
a d.iugeious ami deadly weapon, viz,,
a knife, on Ah Sun, on Apiil 19. He
was lined $25 and sentenced to. im
prisonment at hard labor twenty-four
bonis. Ah Uu appealed,
Tub giils of St. Andrew's Priory
were given an outing at thu Waikiki
icsidenco of Mr.T. It. Walker, Biitish
Vice-Consul, on Thursday last. A
traincar conveyed the echolais there
to and lliu occasion was very pleasing
.mil enjoyable to the gills, The Sis
tors accompanied them, Tho pievious
day the Iolaui College boys were
given an outing at thu same place.
Ouit Mnhukoua, Hawaii, coi respon
dent writes: "Owing to tlie piompt
attention of thu Postal Depaiimunt
and tho courtesy of Wilder's Steam
ship Company, thu Australia's mail
was landed ut Mahuknna on Wednes
day night, thoioby giving the good
people of Kohalu ample time to an
swer letters by tlio Kinuii to connect
with the outgoing mail by tlio 8, S.
A Chinaman had a narrow escape
f lom being killed in Duwaiott'ti yard
this iifternoon, He got his foot in u
running noose at the end of ajope
attached to a hoi so. Thus trapped he
wa Ihiown down and drugged into tlio
midst of ijl stampede of a score of
horses. While the iierd was momen
tarily jammed at the gate on Queen
Htieet, the Chinaman managed to ie
Iciibo his foot.
By kind permission of Admiral
Blown, the Sun Fiuncibco's bund will
join with lliu ltoyal Hawaiian hand, in
giving a grand combined concert, in
the new bund stand ut the Hawaiian
Hotel, next Monday evening, for tlio
benefit of the laigo number of tourists
leaving Tuesday by tho Australia, iib
well as for the Honolulu public. A
lino program has been ui ranged and
Professor Berger is going to revive a
beautiful echo piece, "Sounds in tlio
Thuringian Forest," which was play
ed with such success a few years
WilihnirwmT 'n rii,i'VTmnLi'
Ebon Low Losos His Loft
HriiKtteil lij n Wild Cow on Mn-
Mr. Ebon P. Low, manager of the
Puuhue Ranch, Kohala, met with an
accident on thu mountain slopes of
Maunakea, Kohala, on Saturday,
IGth inst., which resulted in the
necessity of amputation of his loft
arm below the elbow. Mr. Low and
others had been lassoing wild cattle
in thu mountains, where they were
camping for several days.
A wild cow was caught and two
natives, Frank and Sam, were lead
ing the animal to the camp, when
they met Low. Low being dissatis
fied" with the way the men were han
dling the cow, became indignant and
took the rope from the leader. He
started ahead and the men followed
behind. They were proceeding along
quietly when-the party came to a rise
and Low and the cow disappeared
over the hill, the animal having given
chase to the former. When tho two
natives readied tlio top of the knoll
they saw Low on the ground while
the cow was galloping away. Low
ordered the men to go after the cow,
which they accordingly did. Jack
Low, brother of Ebon, who was in
the vicinity, heard someone calling
him by name, and immediately com
menced a search, the place being
Jack suddenly spied his brother
lying on the ground with his right
hand on the wrist of his left arm.
The wrist of his left arm was found to
be badly laceiated. On questioning
Eben, it was found that while trying
to get out of the way of the cow the
lasso got entangled round his wrist
and almost severed it from the arm.
Several natives appearing" on the
scene bandaged up the injured mem
ber the best way they could. After
a short rest a start was made for the
camp which was between six and
seven miles from the scene of the
accident. This distance was covered
by the injured man walking on foot
with a man holding his left arm up.
A telephone message was sent to
Ilonokaa, but Dr. Greenfield was
engaged with other emergent cases
and could not come to Low. A Jap
anese doctor was telephoned for and
arrived on Sunday morning. He
proposed that the arm be amputated
but Low would not consent. Conse
quently the doctor said he could not
do anything but dress the arm.
Another telephone message was
sent to Kohala and Dr. Fredcnberg
came out on a horse borrowed from
Mr. J. Maguire, of Waimea. The
doctor arrived late Sunday night and
further dressed the wound. At 8
o'clock on Monday morning the party
left the camp for Mana and arrived
at G o'clock in the evening. Low
only stopped twice on the way, the
second time refusing to go any
farther on account of weakness. lie
was given an eggnog, which greatly
refrcsiied him and he finished the
journey. On Tuesday morning the
unfortunate young man's left arm
was amputated by Dr. Weadick, of
When the news spread about the
accident telephone messages were
received from all over the country
asking if any would be allowed to
see the patient, but all were refused
by the doctor, who said that Low
was too weak to see anyone, owing
to the loss of blood. Dr. Fredcn
berg was seen by Mr. J. Maguire
before the latter left for Honolulu,
and said that Low was regaining his
strength and spirits. Dr. Wcddick
was of the opinion that Low will be
confined to his bed for three weeks
before he can be moved. When the
Kinau left Purser Beckley of the
steamer Kinau received a message
that Low was slowly improving.
Eben Low was at one time a favo
rite player in the Honolulu baseball
team. He broke his left arm several
years ago by (ailing off a horse, but
had fully recovered.
st. Andrew's catiiediial.
First Sunday after Easter; Holy
Communion 6:30 a. in.; morning
prayer and Holy Communion 11a.
in. ; Hawaiian evensong 3 :30 p. in. ;
evensong and sermon 7 :30 p. m.
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, will be as follows: morn
ing prayer with sermon 9:45 a. in.
Te Deutn and Jubilate, Tours in F.
Hymns 131 and 135. Anthem, "He
is Risen" by Simper; G:80 p. in.
evensong with sermon. Magnilieat
and Nunc Dlmittis, Tours in F.
Hymns 273 and 391. Anthem "Ye
shall dwell in the laud" by Stainer.
The Rev. Alex. Mackintosh will give
an address to Odd Fellows who will
attend in a body. All are invited.
V, M. U. A. HALL.
Evangelistic services in the Y. M.
C. A. hall, G :80 to 7 : 15 p. in. Topic :
Am I my Brother's Keeper V Ezekiel
High Mass, 10 a. m. ; Rosary,
Sermon, Benediction, 3 p. m,
All membois of tho I. O. O. F. in
this city are requested to assemble in
the Sunday schoolroom adjoining St,
Andrew's Cathedral on Sunday even
ing ut 0:15 o'clock, for tlio purpose of
attending a special service in tho
Culhedral at 6:30 o'clock.
f .iw57HAr a ; , .
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leap Year ndi.
riontiAnt I'nrty Ulven H.r thn Kutifti
-H-ak-on ut thn Arlon.
Tlio young lady ptipils of Prof. U.
J. Ordway's dancing daises, under
the name of the "Eunawaro Club,"
gave a leap year party at Arion hall
last night. An artistic hand-made
invitation card wufissuod, which had
result in an attendance to the fu.ll ca
pacity of tho hall.
Everything was., conducted, from
first to last, strictly on the leap year
plan. A "civil code" witli fines at
tached subdued the beaux into a pas.
sive state. To walk across the lioor
without an escort was a misdemeanor,
but one that tender vigilance allowed
not even the old '"Mia'-k numbers" to
There was a police force to com
mand respect for the laws, consisting
of Misses Kate Woodward, Eva John
son, Ida Dower and Rachel McSliano
The "Uoor tlamager" was incog.,
assuming the cognomen of Mary Ann
Overall, and was assisted by Mrs.
Abbie Greeu, Misses Kate McLai en
and Emily Plemer. They really ex
celled in managing tact the lords of
creation under similar responsibili
ties. The first act In the program wasa
sale by auction of partners, who
brought from ten to ten times ten
beans. This performance was con
ducted beneath a floral bell at the
head of the hall. Decorations of the
hall were elaborate aud in great
taste. Flags of Hawaii nnd the
friendly powers were nicely draped
and festooned. Large and luxuriant
plants, interspersed witli flowers, be
decked the head and corners of the
The order of dances was ban d-de-lineated
fancifully on the cards, op
posite each dance being a melting
sentiment that must have softened
many a hard heart. Some of the
dances were beyond the scope of all
but Mr. Ordway's pupils, but
the rest were satisfied with being
wall-llowers for the nonce by the ex
hibitions. In Hie bon-bon lancers
one of the impressed ones carelessly
threw away his verses, and when
asked to show them said he thought
they were "diiections for using."
A detachment of the U. S. F. S.
band furnished music for the hop
with general satisfaction. Every
thing passed off merrily and decor
ously, the conclusion coming past the
witching hour of midnight. In the
middle of the program came an in
termission for refreshments, when a
great variety of sandwiches and pas
try products, irrigated with choice
temperance beverages, was served by
fair bands to the well-appetited com
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of E. V. Wood, at
McKees Rocks, Pa., says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine ; she says it is
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
Mrs. Sarah M. Black of Seneca,
Mo., during the past two years has
been affected with Neuralgia of the
Head, Stomach and Womb, and
writes: "My food did not seem to
strengthen me at all and my appe
tite was very variable. My face
was yellow, my head dull, and I had
such pains in my left side. In the
morning when I got up I would
have a flow of mucus in the mouth,
and a bad, bitter taste. Sometimes
my breath became short, and I had
such queer, tumbling, palpitating
sensations around the heart. I ached
all day under the shoulder blades,
in the left side, and down the back
of my limbs. It seemed to be worse
in the wet, cold weather of Winter
and Spring; and whenever the spells
came on, my feet and hands would
turn cold, and I could get no sleep
at all. I tried everywhere, and got
no relief before using August Flower
Then the change came. It has done
me a wonderful deal of good during
the time I have taken it and is work
ing a complete cure."
G. G. GREEN, Sole Man'fr, Woodbury, N.J.
FOJt SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, April 26th,
Sf For freight or passage, apply to
Wm, Q. IRWIN & CO., I'd,
'.Wfi Ot Agents.
Dissolution of Co-nnrtiicr-ship.
NOTICE la heieby given that the co
partneislilp of Swift, Oarstlns &
Co., sugar planters, etc., at Kilauea,
Kauai, is tei initiated and tho firm dis
solved, ARTHUR E.D.SWIFT,
II. II. GARST1N,
NORAUN D, GARSTIN,
By his attorney-in-fact II. II. Gaietin.
Honolulu, April 12, 1802. 403 2t
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SATURDAY EVENING, April 23
Grand Concert 5 Con plimantary BeiiBllt
Assisrr.n iiy ihe
U. S. F, S. San Francisco and
Eoy il Hawaiian Sands.
SSf- Among the numbers of the pro
gi amine are:
Song Seieiiade by Franlz Apt
Master niuile Kerndt, liittle Bertha
Heine and Little Maud Stevenson,
pupils of Miss Geriehten.
I'l.ino Solo Invitation a la ValbO.. .
Cuil M. von Weber
Gypsey Tiiniboiuinc D.uiee fin cos
tume), from the Opera Bohemian
Little Maud Slevenon.
Flute Solo By Mr. L. Baisatti
K"cltaiion The Whiskers
The Highland Flhur (in costume;.
Little Ueitlia Heine.
Violin Solo Home Sweet Home, with
Tho Iri-h Washerwoman. A comical
danee (in eostiine).
Little Maud Stevenson.
Mr. Oh ts. Gnisseolt of S. F. Band.
Miss Geriehten will also do her famous
Hornpipe and Sailor Sonc (m costume)
with Hawaiian Flag. Theie will also
be other line features, Including Sing
ing, Musical Solos, etc
16? Kecived Seats and tickets can
be had now at Mr. L. J. Levey', stoic,
81 00. 7fie. and 50c.
'OIM Ml ! dililR All !
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
NOTICE is heieby given that the nn
derbigiicd, having di-truined eeiiain
goods and chattels, tin pr perty of Ngov
Kee Chan Foo Keo, for iioii-piyinent of
rent, under the st.it nt In Mich case npulu
and piovided, and tlie said icnMl and
costs of dNiraint anil removal remaining
itlll iinpaiil.after llttien dii'dlsiralnt;
the said goo'ds and chattels vip bo offer
ed foi hale at Public Auction at Sa'e
lonnmof.J F. Moiean, Aueiionet r, on
SATUHU .Y, the 1-ith day of May, 18!l2,
at 10 o'clock a -M.. or so much tl.eieof
as shall be
iiccesaiy to the p.iyim-itt of
all uriciirs at the time of such sale, to
gether witli the CO-U of such distiess,
icmova custody and -nle.
The following' is ihe INt of goods and
chattels above leferred in:
11 Nimuo Table, fi Itoiuid Tables. 22
Wooden ( bails, !t Assoiled Chairs, 11
Wood Horses, 1 .loss Table, 1 Meat Safe,
1 Hanging Lump. 1 Clock, I Stand
Lamp, Lot of Dishes, Bowls, Spoons,
Cooking Utensils and X, W. Boaids,
( Igned) GOO YOJMv,
JOJ 18t Per U Awana.
Notice in hereby given that the. under
signed having distrained eeitalu goods
and chattels, the piopeity of M. 1 .-.llva
and M Gomes, for iioii-pa,vuint of lent,
under tins statute in such ease made and
provided, and the said rental and costs
of distiaiutand removal remniiiiiig still
unpaid after llftecn days1 distraint: the
said goods and chattels will bo of feud
for sale at Public Auet on at the Sales
ri.oin of .1. F. Moigan, Auctioneer, ou
SATURDAY, the 7ih day of May. 1892,
at In o'clock a. m , or so lunch theieof
as shall be ueeessaiy to tho payment of
all aiicaisut the time of such sale, to
geiher with the costs of swell dlstios",
removal, custody and Fale,
The following Is the list of goods and
chattels above icfemd to:
I Sliipmau Engine and outtlr, 1 Dy
namo, 1 ut Connections, Pulleys. 1 Ta
ble, 1 Desk, Plating Tools, 1 ut Kleelrlu
Light Wiie aud Lamps, 1 Iron Wash
stand, 1 et Solutions, Uatiery lai, 1
1'latiug Tank, 1 luting Tub, 1 Dunn
Oil, 1 et l'letuio Frames, 1 Working
Hend and 2 Vice, 2 Sign Uoauls, 1
lianed, 1 et Miudiles.
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Children's Corset Waist for 40cts.
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After taking Stock we offer supei lor values for less than former pilces in every
CHENILLE I'ORTIERES, FROM $0.50 Ul'WdRD,
I ..n-tfiow' Ac vliillren't-4 Gossamer
AT ALL STYLES AND PRICES.
GENTS' SBIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS ASD CMS.
SOCKS AND SCARFS AT COST.
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If you want to save time and money buy your Furniture, etc., at the
I. V L corner Niiuauu aud King atieets -'
CSr Found tlio place to buy New and teeond-hanU Furniture of all kinds at
lowest prices, tho I, X, L., comer Nuuanu and King sheets.
idr, Hedrooin Sets, Wauliobos, lee IJnxoi, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lamps,
Rugs, Uureaus, Cbeffonlers, olo., sold cheap for cash at tho I. X. L., corner Nuu
anu and King stieets,
ltr- htoamer and Veranda Chair.-, Sofas, lied Lounges, Baby Orlbs, Clothes
Baskets, Sowing Machines, Whatnots, Meat -afos. Trunks, etc., sold at tho lowest
cash prices at tho I. X. L., New aud S.-eoiid-hand Furniture House, corner Nuu
anu and King sheets.
S. W. LEDERER,
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OF NEW YORK.
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: MUTUAL TEL. 90.
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Evenings till 9 o'clock.
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