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Sale of Lease of Govorumont
Lands at Kau, Hmvnii.
Ou SATUHDAY, June -1, 1S92, at
12 o'clock noon, it the fnuit ciitiaitcc
of AV.ioliun Hale Will be bold nt l'ub
1U" Auction the louse of ilu following
tracts of land at Kan, Hawaii:
Tract No. I. Mohakeniiiii, contain
ing nn niea of '2557 acres, morr or
less. Upset pricy .$500 per annum,
payable eeinbuiininilly in advance.
, Tract No. 2. Mohakcuiki, contain
ing un men of 201 ta'ie.-, tnoie or Us.
Upset price !?f0 per nntiuni, payable
bOiiii-annunlly in advance.
Lease for 15 years.
C. N. Sl'KNCEU,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilie.o, May II, 1802.
n 1 Hi
Sale of Lease of the Govern
ment Laud of Opihikto,
On SATURDAY, June J, 185)2, nt
12 o'clock noon, at the ft out entrance
of Aliiolani Hale will bo .old at Public-
Auction the Lease of Government
Land of Qpihikao, at 1'iina, Hawaii,
containing an aiea of 1500 aeier., a
little more or loss.
Term Lcafet' fur 25 years.
Upset price $200 per annum, puy
nble bcmi-aniuially in advance.
C. N. SPKNUKK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, May 3, 13!)2.
OFI'ICE 01' THK HOAJtl) OK i
IIonoi.iji.1!, April 2S, 1S02.)
From and after date no ves-sel from
foreign ports t-hall land hogs and lum
ber used for pig pons ou boatd of said
vofcFel, on the city front, without a
special written permit from the Bo.ird
President Hoard of Health.
J. HAOLE, E.-q , has thib day been
appointed an Agent to take Acknow
ledgments to Labor Contracts for
the District of Wailuku, Island of
C. N. Sl'ENCEK,
MinUtcr of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, May, 2, 1S92.
T 11 JC
lJlritt;cil to neither Sect not Party,
But established for the benefit of nil.
TUESDAY, MAY 3, 18112.
There is a little civil war in Wyo
ming. A very clear explanation
and apparently a correct one of the
cause of disturbance is given in our
foreign news to-day.
Some frcbh pniticulars of the po
litical situation in Germany, to be
found in this issuu, are very interest
ing. Emperor William is in a box
from trying lo run the great Empire
by his individual kingciaft. If he
let till parties alone and administer
affairs according to the will of what
ever majority may crystallize out of
the chaos of factions he will do the
best thing for huiiiolf.
California has been viMlcd by the
severest earthquake she has experi
enced since the memorable one ol
1808. San Francisco escaped with a
blight shaking. Although the dam
age to properly in the smaller town-,
ss veiy great, it is a matter of pro
found gratitude that no loss of life is
to he reported. The earthquake
shock on Muni reported in the Boi.
i.ktin was tlireo days later than the
No doubt employees Hud it very
dilllcttlt during the present depres
sion ami fulling off in trade, to keep
up their stuff of clerks and laborers at
salaries and wages formerly paid
thorn. Would it not be better under
present circumstances for employer
and omployeu to agiee ou a reason
able reduction of wages and thus
prevent men from being turned out
on the streets, to udd to the great
number of unemployed, whose only
relief seems to bo lo emigrate to
California or Australia, where, from
all reports, times ate much worse
than they arc here.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physio but cleanse the whole
syHlcui and purify the blood. For
talc by Beiifaon, Smith & Co., Agents.
Congressman William J. Bryan of
Nebraska, the Democratic member
of the Legation from that state, in
his speech of a few daj 3 ago derided
the bounty on sugar, which the Re
publicans provided in tho Mclvinlcy
law in order to save the Democratic
planters of Louisiana from ruin.
Somebody on the Democratic side
asked if the sugar subsidy would
make the maple trees grow larger.
When the laughter had subsided,
Mr. Bryan replied: "If the Hepub
lic.tn statements be tine, they will.
Why, with protection the sugar beets
wilfgrow o large that all you will
have to do will be to bore holes into
them and extract simar as you do
from the maple tiees."
But the sugar bounty is encourag
ing experiments with beet sugar in
Mr Bryan's own state. The beet
sugar bulletin issued from Nebraska
university on the Hist of March
shows that the avoiagc cost of pro
ducing sugar beets in the Lancaster
county experiments was in one series
S32.155 per acie. The yield averaged
81.31) tons, and the cost of produc
tion was therefore but a tritle in ex
cels of SI per tou In another bcries
the cost was a little more, but there
is reason to believe that the beets
can be grown for commercial pur
poses in this country as cheaply per
ton as in any other part of the coun
try, the experiments conducted thus
far, indeed, having shown a consider
able advantage for this locality over
other portions of the state. Should
it become possible for the average
farmer to' duplicate the university
experiments as lo cost and yield his
net profits would be from $50 to 1)0
per acre, using the scale of prices
for the beets now paid at the Grand
Island and Norfolk factories. Taking
the standard of cost prevailing over
Nobraska generally, about $1.50 per
ton, lie wculd still clear more than
$10 per acre.
A meeting of the Laucaster Sugar
Beet Association was held a few
days ago at Lincoln. There was a
big attendance of land owners and
fanners fioin every part of the
county. A series of experiments is
to be conducted that will convince
farmers as well as capitalists that
there is money for everybody con
cerned in developing this new and
The Nebraska "Stale Journal,
published at Lincoln, is enthusiastic
over the prospect. "The people of
Lincoln ought to be greatly inte
lested in this movement," it says,
"for its success means much for the
city. The fnctory and beet fields
will give employment for large num
bers of people in the city directly.
The prestige of the city as a commer
cial point will be vastly increased by
the manufacture of sugar here and
its distribution from this center. And
more important than all, perhaps,
will be the great increase in the
population of the county, which is
all practically dependent upon Lin
coln for supplies. The sugar indus
try will add thousands of people to
the population of Lincoln directly
and indirectly, and its establishment
is therefore a matter of keen interest
to the people who are identified with
the city, and whose fortunes arc in
dissolubly bound up in its future."
If the two-cent bounty ou sugar
shall encourage the development of a
big sugar beet industry in the United
States, particularly in Nebraska, the
laugh will be on Mr. Bryan. Look
port, N. Y., Journal.
The Koyal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert this even
ing at Thomas Square, commencing
at 7:30 o'clock. The program is as
March Imperial City Schlld
Overture-I.a Damc'lllanchc. . Hoieldieu
.-election Mlgiiou Thomas
"Ilooheno " "I'ua Alani."
"Nun o ka l'ajai."
Selection -tradel la Klotow
r-'uiiliolu .Military Helical ....W'ely
Waltz Ai list Life Strauss
Galop 111 l'aiii-t
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following paongers are book
ed at the ofllco of W. G. Irwin & Co.
to leave by the K. M. S. !S. .Mariposa
for .San Francisco:
Mrs A Lydgatc and 2 children,
Air and Mr Kuudscn, Miss Knud
r.en, II II (Jarstin, Mrs W Douglas,
F W Thrum, .J 1 Garrick, wife and
daughter, B D Iliggs, W A Swiner
ton and wile, Dr Win While, F E
Macdouuld and wife, Alfred Michell
and family, F A Waterhouse, .J G
Scott, J Ebrhardt, F Ilellwig, Geo
Judge Iilckcrton heard the tiling
of accounts, in the following estates,
in the Supreme Court to-day:
In re Citato of 11. M. Stillinau, J.
M. Dowsutt, executor, filed his an
nual accounts which were approved
by the Com t.
In re guardianship of .Samuel Rio
ula, Mary C. Becklcy as guardian
filed her annual accounts which were
examined and approved.
In re estate of Owen .foneb Holt,
J. 1). Dolt, executor, tiled his final
account which was approved.
I'lie present Congress said to bo
much more iiiigruuimaticul than jls
predecessors. It is also more Demo
cratic. The modern mail acknowledges
This paradox be grim,
When ho can't "raibo the wind" it is
An awful blow to him.
THE BULLETIN is tlio leading
I dully puper pf Ujo JChigdoui. i0
ouuU per mouth.
The following selections will bo
rendered at Mr. F. M. English's
lecture on Beethoven this evening:
1 The Moonlight Sonata
M if s Carrie Cnstlo
2 Tun in K. (adugiol
MittscH McGiow and Castle, Mr.
3Adelaide Mr. II. von Holt
I Theie is a Green Hill. . .(Gounod)
Mastei It. Mist.
5 Come Holy Ghost (Atwootl)l
0 Cast Thy Buiden.(Mendels3ohii)i;
By a i'hoir of Boys agisted by
Miss Atkinson, Colonel the Hon-
oinble C 1. laukea and Mi. I'.
CREAT MUSICAL EVENT.
It will be twenty years on the 2d
of June since Henri Uerger arrived
from Germany and took charge of
the Hoyal Hawaiian Baud. In this
score of years Prof. Berger lias made
the band an institution of the country
almost if not quite as famous as the
Yolcano. A movement is on foot to
celebrate the anniversary by a pub
lic benefit concert, in honor of the
veteran leader, at the Opera House,
which will have unique teaturesto be
announced later. Mr. Wray Taylor
is diligently working up the arrange
ments, and has already planned some
For two years I suffered terribly
with stomach tremble, and was for
all that time under treatment by a
physician. He finally, after trying
y, alter trying
d for a time at
everything, said stomach
worn out, and that 1
cease eating solid food
least. I was so weak that I could
not work. Finally on the recom
mendation of a friend who had used
A worn-out with beneficial re
sults, I procured a
Stomach. bottle of August
Flower, and com
menced using it. It seemed to do
me good at once. I gained in
strength and flesh rapidly ; my ap
petite became good, and I suffered
no bad effects from what I ate. I
feel now like a new man, and con
sider that August Flower has en
tirely cured me of Dyspepsia in its
worst form. James E. Dedbrick,
Saugerties, New York.
W. B. Utsey, St. George's, S. C...
writes : I have used your August
Flower for Dyspepsia and find it an
Auction Sales by Lewis J. LeYey.
. AUCTION SALE OF
Chinese & Japanese Ornaments I
TO-MORROW, May dth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
will sell at Public Auction (to close an
estate), at my Sulesioom,
Chinese & Japanese Ornamants,
2 Camphor V'ood BraM-bound
Cbests & Drawers, lee Box it
i! Largo Japanese Umbrellas.
Also to cloe. consignments
Cs. Ghipp.d Bef, Tias & Kegs of Lard
And a large assortment ot
C K O C K SO K, V .
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
teisorfs 8eii if Lease !
By order of Mr. J. K. llaekf;ld, As
signee of the Entato of Jacinto dc
Mello, of llouokaa, 1 will cell at Pub
lic Auction, at my Salesroom, Queen
On WEDNESDAY, May l
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
All the Right, Title ami InteicHl of
said Jacinto de Mello in thai certain
I.catc from Kruct.1 llutchim-oii and
Ubu. Phillips, daicd lltth A'ay, 1888,
for I bo Hoin-e Lot on corner of Queen
and South htreetH with the Building
Tho Lease expires .list peee;;ibor,
I Sill) The annual tental of the Lot
i !)ilf per milium and is paid up lo
Tho I'remit-Uh can piobably ho re
leased at a Rental of if 100 to if 120 a
l?or further particulain apply to
J AS. F. MO KG ATT,
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION !
IMJJ'; leular monthly meeting of this
oompunv jvHl take place THIS
(Tuesday) KVJ'JNlJtfG, Jay 3rd, at
the Hall of iSngluu Company No, 2,
tit 7:ti0 o'clock. IJvmy meinour Is
requested to he present
411 It Secretary
STOKAGE TO LET I
STOKAt for Kiirnltiiie, Wagons,
etc., can bo hail at
NO 11 UNION STR1SKT.
XUISRKIJY give notice that I will not
he responsible for any debts con
ducted without my wiitteu order.
411 at GKOltGK WILSON.
! W mwra
Auction Sale by James F, Morgan.
AT V U'CUICK xoox.
At mv Salesroom. Queen ticet, 1 will
sell at Public Auction.
i Piece of Laud, 00x120 Feet,
Adjoining the iniiuka "hie oftheiesl
detue of Mi. T. P. Laii'lnp. Lunalllo
street, lo minutes' walk from Post Ollloe,
and 2 minutes' walk to the ear. Water
mala itius through the Lot. The above
J.ot commands a tine view of the Harbor
and Diamond Head.
Bfcjy-TEKMS Vj Ca-.li, balance In 1,
i nnil 3 yeats at 0 peieuut.
JAtt. F. MOlitt.VX,
On THURSDAY, May 5tli.
A.P 112 KOON.
At my Salesroom, Queen stiect, I will
'ell ut Public Auction,
10 Shares Intor-Ialtmd Steam
Par Value 100 Kaeh.
10 Shires Wilder's S. S. Co.
I'ar Value $100 Knch.
By older of Mr. K. I'odeyn, Assignee
of the Kstate. of Wing Loy Chan. 1 will
ull at Public Auction, at my .Salesroom.
On FRIDAY, May tttli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A It ,
The Stock of MuruhaiidUii of Hie said
IMs' Socks aid Hesi&FF,
Prints, Lawns, Dress Goods,
Wool & Cotton Oversbirts,
Gents' Fine Suits,
Iulies' & Gents' Underwear,
White & Brown Cottons, Ktc, Etc.
1 have received instructions irom Mr.
1C. I'oduvn, Assignee ot the Estate of
S. S. Ah Yet, to sell at Public Auction
at my Salesroom. Queen street,
On WEDNESDAY, May 11,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOO.N.
The Uij expired Leae
Of the Premises lately occupied by Ah
Yet & Co. and others, bavin;; about S
years to rim. The Premises commence
fioin the west corner of Nnuauu street
and run alone Pauabi street, comprising
about 0 couiouitiucnts. The lentnl paid
is $1. per mouth, and the income from
the ie-leashi part has been S105 per
month, m.iklim this one of the lines! In
vestments to capitalists and others.
tQf For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGVN,
40!) !1t Auctioneer.
Notice is hereby iven that the under
signed having disdained eeitaiu oods
and chattels, the property of M. I. Silva
anil AI Gomes, tor noii-payin"ut of rent,
under the statute in -null eae made mid
provided, and the aid leutal and costs
of distraint ami removal renminbi;; still
unpaid after lltteeu day' ili.-tniiut ; the
said goods and chattel-, will be often il
for sale at Public Auel on at tins Halei
imoiii of .1. I Moigan, Auctioneer, on
SATURDAY, the "lb day of May. lSiii,
at 10 o'clock a. .11 , or so much theieof
as shall be neeeisaiy to the payment of
all at rears at the time of Mich sale, to
goilmr vih the coti of such distress,
removal, custody and sale.
The following Is the list of goods anil
'chattels above lefeired to:
1 Shipman Kiiglue and outlb. 1 Dy
namo, 1 el Connections, Pulleys. 1 Ta
ble, 1 Desk, Plating Tools, 1 et Electric
Light Wiie and Lamps, 1 Iron Wiixh
Maiid, 1 el Solutions, llatiery Jai-, 1
Plating Tank, 1 luting Tub, 1 Diiim
Oil, 1 et Picture Frames, I Working
Rend and '2 Vice, 2 Sign Hoards, 1
Itaired. 1 et .Miudiles.
102 lt ANTON' IS HO.M1SN.
LANDLORD' SS ALE.
NOTIC1S Is hereby given that tho un
ilerslgned, having distrained certain
goods and ehuttcli-, the pr perly of Ngov
Kee Chan Ion Kee, for iiiin-p.iyuieiit of
rent, under the stuluto in such eiue made
and provided, and the said rental and
coifts of dlMr.dnt and removal remaining
till miiiiiiitiifiir iltteeii days' dlsiralnt;
the talu goods anil chattels will be offer
ed for sale at Public Auction at Bale-k-rooms
of .1 P. Morgan, Auctioneer, on
HATUUD Y. tho I lib day of May, 18112,
at 10 o'cloek'.i. m., or so much theieof
as shall be iieees-iary to tho payment Of
all aricara at the time of such side, to
gether with the costs of such dUhvss.
i iciuova., eiisiody and sale.
I T following Is the lift of goods and
I'liuiiuia iiijuyu ict''iei u, ;
11 Jjijiinro Tablon, 5 Hound Tiiblu, 2J
ooieii ctiatis, :i Assorted Ghalrs, 11
n um iiiiicun, j .iijbo tauiii, i iiiuiii tiiiu,
i Hanging i.auip. i liock, i ,-inn!
Lamp, Lot of Dixiic-, Howls, Spoons,
CooUiug Utensils and X. W. J!oaii!,
Pur G, Awaiirt
I'ictiiro Frimies m:vd io
order from IjiIohI hiylo of
luoiildingH. innovation ol'
old pictures a Hpecialty at
King-Bros.. Hotel street.
j:s4huajcb a. iiaconjKiuy.
It has pnidits members since its ortmzntion THREE HUNDRED AND
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by
t&' For full particulars apply to
d i :
To remind you. that it is
nearly two years since we
cleaned your watch.
Isn't it about time to have
H, F. WIGflMAN.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
On nnil nftrti fo 1ef
gt, 1HI2, the Xow and Ou-
twrfil-, , , , ., ij..:,!
of the imder-Iuod. on
Thurston Avenue, containing Large Par
lor. Dining Itooui, Cousei v.itory, Two
Bedrooms, Dressing Itnom with Station
ary Waebsiand and Cedar Wardrobe,
Bathroom with Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water attachment. Pantries.
Clilna Clos-el and Kitchen with New
Itauge, Hot Water Boiler and all attach
Large and convenient Stable on tho
pictures containing two large box-stalls,
carriage, harness and feed rooms, and
servants' quarter. I
nirviiiwla 'MUK-'lnn lioiiiillfullv lnlil oiif i
"' j -'-, .-..... ,. ...... ......
and terraced. The view Is mism passed
For further particulars see
W. 0. A SULKY,
080-tf O. II. & L. To.'h Depot.
OOSIU Vfl 851A
UH business In this Kingdom will i
be conducted hv Mr. N. Hiibln- I
teiu under full power of attorney.
it i Jiiia inu i.
Honolulu, April 2(, WJ'. lu." 'w
DITItl.NG niy abseneo from this Kbig
' doni .Mr. Is Itiibin.-tehi I- auiho
rl.eil to act for me under lull power of
attorney. M. HY.MAN.
Honolulu, April -in, ln'J. 105 iv
NOTICK h hereby given to nil parties
concerned that I will nav no debts
contracted hi my iruue without my
Honolulu, April 13, 16!)J.
FItOM and after this ilato no person Is
authoii.i'd as a .Sub-Agent of the
Equitable Life Assurance Society, un
less under wiititkn authoiitv fioin
General Ageui Kipiitahlu Life Assur
llouohilu, Uahu. April 'J 5, 1KD2.
-101 1 in
.-r "rVfO'liCK is heiehy given that
2CLV 1 tho following described
animals will he sold at public auction
on .SATURDAY, May II, I6!)2, at 12
o'clock noon, at the Government Pound
! J by Uorso, wblto foiehead. all leg.-,
Ki amlei i'L.1" on i".',t kdo lit
1 Son el Horse while foiehead. all
legu blind, brauileil "" ou left bind leg
1 D.ii k Hay Mate, all legsfchod, hrauil
cd T" on left hind leg.
1 black Uoiviu, while lorehead, biaud
ed .l'l " on left hind leg
1 Itay Homo, while foiehead, branded
iKjyQwneiB of the above animals must
Hem lu their clahmJ within -13 tjuyis,
otlierwibe they will he hold ou the date
above uaiiiod. 1), KAOAO,
llouohilu, May 2, lb'J2, 110 2t
."?Z2ZrZr,' "'"J 1t"i" . u
i- miiunflHUL uuB
issues Every Desirable Form of
PACIFIC HARDWARE 00. L'cL
Ornamental! Kononi!eal & Durable!
Eddy's Old ISstahusiikd
lea Chests & BoMeDratqrs.
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plaotat oil To h, Implements & Supp'ics
Taints, Oils & Varnishes.
Yacuum Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils!
Always the same; iiuiiln by a special
process and always tellable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC IIAEDWA11E CO., L'd.,
CiunmlnsKew Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
!04 Fort Street,
Boys' Calico Shirt Waist for 25cts.
Children's Corset Waist for 40cts-
IN ALL SIZES. A NEW ASSORTMENT OE
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHAPES AND COLORS.
Antique Lace Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES
Society of the
New Business Written in
I ,'JsSLintVCe in Force.
Tho 32d Annual Sttttement will- bo issued hereafter ; in
the interval the foregoing figures -will show approximately
tho chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. OARTWRICHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
rOltNEK FOUT &
i JL g
EH L BBS
r tnklne; Stock wo olfei eupeilor values for lei-B than former piices In every
CIIKNIJ.LH i'OHTlhllKs, TltOM ijU.M Ul'W.iHI),
,fidiM' Ac Jtildi'o.iV GosNnmer
AT . LL hTVLES S) lKIUl.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFtS,
SOIK AM SUAIU'S AT COST.
t UrcsbuiakiuK under the iiianiigciiient of MISS li, CLAltKK.
' i iTwit i Tnnr"r irmiT r TnrjW liium
. CM B n U 1
FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LI AHS,
any ltiburnnce Company.
General Acnt for the Hawaiian Islands.
iiw.MAa i-'maji.'x'-iuwi. j i hi j.igs ffr
m icL : I .ffisattE-
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