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BY AUTHORITY. Office or tun Coaud op )
!T' , Hkalth,
p Honolulu, April 28,1892.)
Homestead Lots in South Kona,
Notice is hereby given
1. That 0 Lota in Knlnniakovnli,
South Komi, lfuwnii, have been bet
apnrt for tho puipose of conveying to
such persons as may wish to aequhe
homesteads upon which to live.
2. Maps of these lots can be exam
ined nt the Land Oflice, Interior De
partment, Honolulu, or at the office
of J. V. Kuainioku, at I'nhoehoe, S.
3. J. W. Kuainioku will point out
the lots to any pet son desiring to see
them, for which eiviee he will be en
titled to a fee of $1 from the person
J. Pel sons who may desire lots
hIiuII apply in wiiting to the Minister
of the Interior upon a blank fonn,
copies of which may be obtained fiee
of said J. V. Kuaimoku.
5. No application will be consid
ered from pei sons who already own
G. Every applicant must be of full
7. The applicant will be allowed
ten years in which to pay for the land,
duiing which time it will be exempt
8. He 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.
9. He must within tin ee years en
close the lot with a substantial fence
10. He must pay quarterly in ad
anee interest upon the unpaid jiui
chase price at the rate of 5 per cent,
per milium. The purchaser may pay
tho whole or any part of the purchase
price at any time, which will stop in
terest. 11. Tho preliminary agreement is
non-assignable, and the land cannot
be sold until all conditions are ful
filled. 12. failure to comply with any of
the conditions will woik a forfeiture
of the land.
C. N. SrENCElt,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflioe, April 22, 1892.
Crown Lauds for Lease on the
Island of Hawaii.
It is notified for public information
that land specially adapted for small
farming and fruit cultivation in suit
able portions, may be had upon appli
cation to tho agent of Crown Lands.
DESCHIl'lIO.V OP LAND.
The Crown Land of Ohm compris
ing an area of 51,000 acres is situated
in the Distiiet of I'unn, and extend,
from tho crater of Kil.iuea to within
11 miles of the town of Hilo. The
quality of tho soil is excellent and
comprises largo tracts of supeiioi land
of deeji loamy toil. The new Volcano
Road, now in course of construction
by the Government, aiTords cheap fa
cilities of access to niaikct. Nearly
all of the sections are heavily wood
ed, furuUhing durable timber for
building and fencing purposes. The
altitude ranges from GOO to 4000 feet
above sea level. Climate moist and
The lands now offered aie valuable
by reason of theii good quality and
accessibility, none of tho sections be
ing more than two miles fiom the
main Government Komi and many of
them fronting on it.
Terms and conditions favorable.
Special inducements olfored to set
tlers. Additional information and partic
ulars can be obtained on application
at this oilice.
C. P. IAUKEA,
Agent of Ciown Lands.
Oilice Crown Lands Commissioner,
Honolulu, April 0, 1802. (Opposite
the office of II M.'s Ohamheilain.)
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rules, uro hereby noti
fied that tho bonis for using water for
irrigation purposes uro from 0 to 8
o'clock a m,, and 4 to 0 o'clock i', M.
until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Bupt. Honolulu Water Woika,
0. N. BrKNGKK,
Minister of the Interior,
From and after date no vessel from
foreign port thall land hogs and lum
ber used for pig pens on board of said
vessel, on tho city front, without a
special written permit from the Hoard
President Board of Health.
For Punting the Diennial lioport
of the Boaid of Health in English and
Hawaiian will be received at the
Office. of the lioaid of Health until
WEDNESDAY, May 4, 1892, at 2
o'clock p. m.
Samples of the style of printing
and all other lequired information
will be given on application at the
Oflice of the Hoard of Health.
The Boaid does not bind itself to
accept the lowest of any bid.
President Bo.trd of Health.
Will be received at the Attorney Gen-eial'soffi-c
until TUESDAY NEXT,
tho 3d of MAY", at 3 o'clock p. in., for
printing the Department Report in
Hawaiian and English, for tho bien
nial fiscal period ending March 31bt,
Samples of the style of Printing and
all required information can be had
upon application at the Attorney
The Attorney General does not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any
W. AUSTIN WHITING,
Attorney General's Office, Apirl 28,
1S92. 407-4 1
i ii .fc.
Pledtred to neither Sect t.tii Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1892.
GERMAN BEET BOUNTY:
Mr. H, V. Schmidt has procured
from Germany a copy of the act
passed last May regarding sugar
bounties. Many people have been
under the impression that the law
provided for a gradual reduction of
bounties until thJr extinction in
1895. The act shows this is not the
case, but instead the bounties are
heavily cut down the first time. At
present the bounty is 8.50 marks,
about S2.12, per 100 kilo., or 2201b.,
which is equal to 90-100 cent per
pound. From August 1, 1892, the
bounty will be only 1.25 marks,
or 31 cents, per 100 kilo, which is
only 14-100 cent per pound. This
is a reduction of 82-100 cent per
pound in one clip. As the beet sugar
producers claim they make next to
nothing on their product now, such a
heavy cut would seem certain to bo
injurious to the industry. " The home
consumers of sugar will hardly com
plain, however, a3 they have to pay
the bounty. It comes out of a tax
of 2 els. a pound on the sugar con
sumed at home, which makes their
sugar come high to the German peo
ple. Should the effect of the reduc
tion, with ultimate abolition in view,
be a sluinkuge of the German beet
sugar industry, it will make a ma
terial difference in the sugar markets
of the world. The act really locks
as if Germany had after trial con
cluded that tlieru is no profit in
taking'money out of one pocket to
put it into another. Probably the
United States will learn the same
lesson one day, and then there will
be a chance for sugar-raising coun
tries that go on their natural merits
THE HONOLULU ROAD BOARD.
Tho new board appear to have
taken a vigorous. hold of that branch
of the public service which his been
entrusted to their care by a vote of
the people at the February elections.
They have been foitunato in their
selection of it Road Supervisor, who
is prosecuting the toad work with mi
intelligence and energy that is sure to
bo productive of good results. lie
lias already proved himself to be tho
"light man in the right place" and
has not only shown his ability as a
road builder, but also in handling the
road workers, who are taught that
they are expected to do a "fair day's
woik for a fair day's pay." A glance
in the Road Supervisor's oflice, shows
that good work has also been accom
plished there. The jew clerk has
systematized the records and ac
counts in a very comprehensive man
ner, so that the Board can tell at
any moment the exact cost and
nature of cost of each section of
street c6nstruction or repairs; also
t he exact number of laborers, prison
ers, caits and loads of material em-
played on overy piece of work. This
is accomplished by a system of daily
reports made by the lunas of each
section and a timekeeper. On tho
table is kept a file of tho now monthly
magazine devoted to the inteicst of
road makers, "Good Roads," which
the Supervisor and IiIr staff eagerly
study and have gained considerable
knowledge of the principle of Telford
and Macadalu. A look over into the
Government stables whtrc the mules
and carts and tools are kept shows
that the Road Board is excellently
well equipped for its woik, and such
disciplinary methods prevail that not
a tool or a pound of feed can go as
tray. All this ts the moro creditable,
since the Board and its staff arc all
Hawaiians of the rising generation.
They are determined to discredit
the prevalent fallacy that Hawaiians
are not Qt for public service, and to
prove that Hawaii can produce as
competent men as the imported
stranger who often gets the prefer
ence. So well organized and discip
lined is the ltoad Board service at
present, we may confidently expect
that they will give a good account of
themselves during the coming period,
and our citizens may be read' to
give them a vote of thanks for that
important necessity to the business
and pleasures of a community, good
streets and toads.
The editorial which appeared in
the Advertiser of the 2Gth instant ex
hausts itself in the endeavor to hold
up to ridicule the few guards we
have in Honolulu, and concludes by
making a very plausible but irrele
vant statement as to the foundation
on which the throne of Hawaii re
poses. If I may be allowed to ex
amine the concluding paragraph
first, I will say that I do not believe
anybody in his right mind for a
moment imagines that the household
guard is meant to bolster up a
crumbling monarch'. Not in Ha
waii alone, but in England, in
France, in Germany, everywhere the
form of government rests on the af
fections of the people. .Napoleon
the 3d was the idol of a large army,
but this could not save htm from
overthrow when he had forfeited
popular confidence, and if the Queen
of this kingdom relies for the stabil
ity of her throne on what the Adver
tiser culls the army then is her
house built on sand indeed. Such
is not a serious view of the question.
I, for one, consider a small number
of soldiers a necessary adjunct to
sovereign power, whether royal or re
publican. It is not mere sentiment,
but the respect due to the head of
any nation. Quite recently the guard
was ridiculed for an excessive display
of zeal ; ndw we learn that they nev
er do anything. Furthermore, the
presence of a well-drilled body of
men is a positive benefit in a com
munity such as this. May I ask wlio
prevented the leader of a famous
mutiny from entering the palace?
Honolulu is a gieat rendezvous for
foreign men-of-war, and the courtesy
of nations demands the return of cer
tain foimalitics. Imagine the San
Francisco or the Warspite or a Chi
nese man-o'-war entering our harbor
and filing the recognized salute,
while in return we should send a
policeman to dip the flag, or fire a
pistol. Should we not present a
pitiable sight in the face of all peo
ple? If needless expense .bo in
curred in the administration of our
veiy modest military establishment
if the men arc neglected aod not
properly drilled and officered or if
any other abuse exist, by all means
let it be corrected. But totally to
destroy the last remnant of the war
lior left to this once warlike people
would, I cannot help thinking, lie a
mot injudicious and childish pro
VETERINARY OPERATING TABLE.
Dr. V. T. Monsarrut, Govern
ment veterinary surgeon, has im
ported from New Y'oik a Price oper
ating table wiili the latest improve
ments. It is to be seen at the Ha
waiian Hotel Stables. The table is
cushioned, making it comfortable for
the animal. The animal is placed
alongside the table, whjch lias been
tilted to a nearly vet tical position.
Then the cinch stiaps and hobbles
coming through apertures in the
table are attached to the beast, when
the gear is worked again to put the
table witli its burden on the level.
The working is simple and the table
is a great advantago to both the sur
geon and his four-footed patients.
The inventor is a Dr. Price, V. S.
THE POWDER MAGAZINE.
A deputation of citizens waited
this forenoon on His Excellency C.
N. Spencer, Minister ot the Interior,
and presented a nutnerously signed
petition praying that the powder
magazine -be removed fiotn its pres
ent site. His Excellency received
tho deputation with his usual cour
tesy and answered them that the
matter hud already rpueived the at
tention of the Government, and tpit
the coming Legislature would be
asked to vote the necessary amount.
He thought that the land of the pres
ent site and immediate neighborhood
would paitly recoup the Government
lor the expense of a new building in
a safe locality.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physio butcleaiibe the whole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Beneou, Smith & Co., Agents.
mm. m't w.miwaii 'win in i - - -- - . ,- ,- .. -
-,..- ., .....'-. - . .mi mm w
How does he fool ? He feels
cranky, and is constantly experi
menting, dieting himself, adopting
strange notions, and changing the
cooking, the dishes, the hours, nnd
manner of his eating August
Flower the Remedy.
How does ho feel ? He feels at
times a gnawing, voracious, insati
able appetite, wholh unaccountable,
unnatural and unhealthy. August
Flowor the Remedy.
How does he feol ? He feels no
desire to go .to tile table and a
grumbling, fault-finding, over-nicety
about what is set before him when
he ,is there August Flower the
How doeB ho feel ? He feels
after a spell of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhorrence, loathing
and detestation of food; as if a
mouthful would kill him August
Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel ? He has ir
regular bowels and peculiar stools
August Flower the Remedy.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
Stock of Ms, Etc.
On FRIDAY, April 29th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31 .'
At the Premises, King street, ne.ir the
Bridge, I will sell at Public Auction, the
Of the Premises at piescnt oeeupted by
M. Flguoiio, having about 8 years to
Store & Dwelling House
On the Property. At the same time will
he sold a stock ot
Provisions nl Dry Goods
1 Express Wigon, 1 Brake, -
2 Good Oani ige Horses,
'J Sets Harness, Etc , Klc.
g&" For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MOHGVN,
LOT FOR SALE
On WEDNESDAY, May 4th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK xoox.
At "my Salesroom, Queen stieet, 1 will
Nell at Public Auction, v
1 Piece of Land, 00x120 Feet
Adjoining the niiiuk.i side of the resi
dence of Mi. T. F. Lansing, Lunulilo
street, 15 minutes' walk from Post Olllee,
aud 2 minutes' walk to the eais. Water
main runs through the Lot. The above
Lot command-, a fine view of the Harbor
and Diamond Head.
8-1'EBMS H Cash, balance in 1,
2 and 3 years at 9 percent.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
NOTJCE is licieby given that the mi
derslgncd, haying tli-traincd eeitalu
goods aud rliuttuls, the v peiiyof Xgov
Kco Clmn Koo Kee, for non-pi) iiient of
rent, under the statute in Hieheate made,
and provided, and the Mid tent.d am
eo,-ts of dUtraint ami UMiun.il leinaliiing
still unpaid, after Illteen iliijdlsti.iiiit;
the aid goods and chattels will he offer
ed foi'Mlo a: Public Auction at Sales
loomsof J F. W oitrii n, Auctioneer, on
SATUKIJ ,Y, the. 4th day of May, lS'.U.
at 10 o'clock a. m,, or so much thcieof
us flnill he necessary to the payment of
ail uuears at the tlifie of bucIi sale, to
gether with the cohts of Fiieh distress,
leinova , custody and .sale.
The following Is the JUt of goods and
chattels above rcfencd to:
11 Siiiiaio Table, C Jtoiinil Tables, 22
Wooden t hahs, 11 Assorted Chairs, 11
Wood IIoit.es, 1 Joss Table, I Meat riufe,
I Hanging Lamp. 1 Clock, 1 Stand
Lump, Lot of Dishes, Bowls, Spoons,
Cooking Utensils and N. W. Boards,
( Igued) GOO YORK,
10J 18t PcrG.Awaua.
Notice Is heiehy gleu that the undor
Higued having disdained ecitaln goods
and chattels, the pioperty of M. I. rtilva
and M. Gomes, for uon-p.iyinent of tent,
under the statute hi such case made and
piovidecl, and the said lental and costs'
of distraint and removal remaining still
unpaid after fifteen days' dUtiuiut; the
said goods and chattels will he offend
for halo at Public Auct uu at the Sales
room of J. F. Moigan, Auctioneer, ou
SA'i'PJUMY, the 7h d ly of lav. 181)2.
lit 0 o'clock' a. m, or go nieli'thoieof
sis blnlj lie neeets.uy to the lujiuent of
all aneaia at the time of such Kilo, lo
go her with the costs of such dlaties,
lemov.il, custody and sale,
'I he following is the list of goods and
chattels jibove lefemd to:
l-hljlpmnn Engine and oultlr, 1 Dy
niipo, I el Cniiiirciluiis, Pulleys. 1 Ta
ble, 1 Desk", Plating Tools, 1 et Kleefilc
Light Who and Lumps, 1 lion Wuth
stiuid, 1 et Solution,, Diuiciy Jai, I
Plating Tank, 1 latlug Tub, 1 Dunn
Oil, 1 et Pietuie Frames, I Winking
Head aud 2 Vice, 2 Sign iJoaid3, 1
hailed, 1 et Miudiles.
402 13t ANTONKUOMEtf.
A MAN to Cook on a ranch on Ha
waii. Apply at this olllco.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00.
KIOiRAUD A. aicUUKUY.
Issues Every Desirable Form
- i ii - .
It lifts paid Its members since Its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
Its Now Distribution Policy is the most liberal oVcr oficred-by
KJJ" For full particulars apply to
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOlt MATS. DOUR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Aloha," "Weleoine," and plain
Cocoanut Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. B Call and examine our stock.
To remind you. IJiat it is
nearly two years since we
cleaned your watch.
Isn't it about time to have
her oiled up?
H. F. WICHMAN.
Ladies' Hair Crasser,
HAS KBMOVKD TO
No. 54 Merchant Street.
t& Ladles' Hah dies-injj and Hliniii
)ooin; dune at ludius' lesideuces be
tween 10 a.,m. and 5 ! 31. 4UI lv
C 'OI..CJ VB fl-SI V
Hotel mi cut.
OUlf bushiest In this Kingdom will
be conducted liy Mr. R Itubjn
steln under full power ot uttorhev.
Honolulu, April 20, 1BU2, 405 2w
DUKING my ahsenco from Uils King
dom Mr. Is Itiibiiibtclu Is aiubu
lUcdtoact for uie under full power of
attorney. M. HVMAN.
Honolulu, Apt 11 '25, 189a. 405 2w
NOT I UK.
F1JOM ami nfti r this dutn no peifon Is
nuilioihsod us a Mib-Ageut o) the
Eijul able l.lfe AMir.ui'u Mie'ely, un
less under w in 1 1 i.n iiu- Inn i' v I oiu
Gcuciul Agent Kqiil able Life Assur
Honolulu, O.ibu. A pi 11 25, 1KD2.
401 1 in
PAPER HANGING I
GIVE. J. L Mi;vi: t)i I'aluter a call
and have your 'iiiurlliuuliiK done
promptly aud neatly lilO Foit bticet.
I'. O. Box S87. Mutual Telephone
When you wain a Portrait
Enlarged e.Ul on Ilinu Bros.,
get their pi ice ltat si ml neo
) samples. They can't be beat.
Tlflf1 Q Q A p TO? g '
1 04 Fort Street.
Boys' Calico Shirt Waist for 25cts.
Children's Corset Waist for 40cts.
IN ALL SIZES. A NEW ASSORTMENT OP
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS.
Antique Lace Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Coods by
Tools & implements.
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
'From 1 Gallon to 800 Gallons).
B& We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and aje
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
Society of the
The hmmm Life Issierence
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
SURPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
New B asin ess Written in 180 1 $230, 000, OOP. 00
.dssuraii.ee in Force $800, 000, OOP. 00
The 32d Annual Statement will be issued hereafter; in
the interval the foregoing- figures will show approximately
the chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
B. F. BHLBBS & CO,
0 FOBT m12liD.
After taking Stock we offer supei lor values for less than former preea In every
CHEtflLLE J'OItTIERES, FKOM $0.i30 UPW..RD,
JI -.ixcliow' Ac 'liildrcn'N GoHHitmer
AT ALL STYLES AND PRICES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFfS,
SOCKS AND SOARKS AT COST.
p? DrcRHinakhu under the management of MISS JC. CLARKE.
:l O. UOX -180.: BB
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"Worn, Cor. JNiimtuu .to liiuii !S tw.
WW If ynu want to save .time and money buy your Furniture, etc., at Uie
1, X. L., corner Nnuanii and KIn stieets
, assr Fouud fho place to buy Kmv and Second. hand Furniture of all Kinds at
oest prices, tie I. X, I... corner Niimuiu and King streets.
Kir Mcdroom Stls, Waidiobes, leo Hexes, Stoves, Chairs, Haiieing Lamps,
Rugs, Ilureaifs, Olicffpnlens, elp., bold cljean fyr cash at the I. X. L., corner Nuif
auu and King stieets.
lar hteanier and Veranda Chnir.f, Sofiw. Bed Lounges, llaby Orlbs, Clntbea
HasUits, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Men itc, Ti links, etc., sold at Hie lowest
cubli pi ices ai the J. X L., New and S -hand Furniture House, corner Nuu-
anu and King stieets.
S. W. LEDERER,
Store Open Saturday
9F NEW YORK.
of Policy !
FOUR MILLIONS OF D0L' ARS.
any Insurance Company.
Aqent for tlie Hawaiian Islands.
Late Arrivals !
fc mLd : MUTUAL TEL. 1)0,:
. .. am
Evenings till 9 o'clock. m