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Snlo of Lcltso of Govornruent
Lauds nt Kuu, Hawaii.
On SATURDAY, Juno -1, lSi2, nt
12 o'clock noon, tit the fiont mil i unco
of Atiiuliitii Halo will ho s-old til l'uh
Ho Auction tho louse o( thu following
lnicts of lund ut ICau, Ilnwuii:
Tract No. 1. Mohakonnui, contain
ing mi nrou of iif67 acres, more or
loss. Upset price $500 per unnuin,
pnynhle tunii-anmiiiHy in advance.
Tract No. 2 Molmkoaiki, contain
ing mi urea of 201 acres-, inoio oi less-.
Upset price C0 per annuni, payable
soiiii'iintiually in advance.
Louse for IT) years.
G. N. J? PUN C Ell,
Minister of tho lnleiior.
Inteiior Ollicu, May !t, 1SU2.
Mil. CHARLES WILLIAMS luit
been appointed by the Hoard of Edu
cation, School Agent for the District
of llaiuakua, on the Inland of Hawaii,
in place of Mr. V. 11. llicktud, who
lly older of the lloaid of Education,
W. .IAS. SMITH,
May li, 1892. .112:11
J. HAOIjE, Esq , hut. thlt, day been
appointed an Agent to tako Acknow
ledgments to Labor Contracts foi
tho Distiict of Wailuku, Island of
C. N. Sl'ENCElt,
MinisfCr of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, May, 2, 18(.)2.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, MAY -1, 1SD2.
Mr. Pain, manager of the Hawai
ian Tramways Co., informs us that
the electric five-minute service, which
the Advertiser tantalized the hack
men with, is only one of that paper's
After the account of the Wyoming
trouble, which appeared with late
news from the scene, was in type for
Tuesday's issue and a comment
thereon as well, a later paper came
to hand with an account throwing all
the blauic on the cattlemen. This
latter is given in this issue, and be
tween the two readcis may strike a
balance for themselves. It is u dis
graceful business anyway.
"llornyhand'' does not touch the
point of our reference to the labor
question. What the "extremists"
were blamed for, chiefly, was their
unreasoning and demagogical howl
against an alternative proposed to
Chinese and Japanese immigration.
It is laughable to have the "Liberals"
set up as anti-Asiatic champions.
There was not one in ten of their
candidates who would not hold up
both hands for the Chinese when it
came to the pinch.
It is reported that the United
States steamer Thetis is out on a
new survey for the Hawaiian cable.
If the route is to Jlilo and, in case of
proving better than that surveyed to
Honolulu, it be adopted, there would
be an absolute necessity to have an
inter-island cable laid. Indeed, a
cable to I Jilo would be nlj but use
less without nu inter-island cable,
unless mail communications between
Honolulu and IIilo were much mora
frequent than at picsent.
AN ECONOMIC PROBLEM.
There arc koine things hard to
understand in connection with the
picseul dull times and consequent
deat Hi of einpjoyment. One of these
puzzles is the scarcity of articles of
domestic consumption, which are
caBy of pioduction and u common re
source of people of limited means.
For instance, fowls and eggs, both
being at famine prices and in supply
not equal to the demand. Of tlicne
articles the Hawaiian Hotel importod
last mouth 8200 worth from San
Francisco, getting eggs after all
charges were paid a great deal
cheaper than the home product. One
would think that the Portuguese
colony alone, especially while so
.many of its men are out of their ac
customed employment, would be able
to more than supply the market with
fowls aud eggs, besides doing a little
in the way of producing vegetable
supplies. The Chinese, with their
large legitimate and
fowl lll(lllBll'.Vi tirb Hot Atieiimttciy
supplying the market witii cither
fowls or eggs, anil hut poorly
1111 the wants of the inhabitants with
their other specialty of vegetables.
There is no doubt that one of the
reasons for the scarcity of hencoop
piodncts is the constant risk to every
one attempting to keep fowls of
having them stolen by Chinese. The
audacity of the thieves has become
colossal with many years of practice.
When the feathered plunder is picked
up in mornings by the bagful, as if
the thieves had stolen more than they
could carry away, it is about time
that citizens took sonic combined
action to suppress the marauders by
means that will be permanently olfuc
tive. Still the stealing by Chinese
is hardly a complete reason for the
scarcity of such readily maiketahle
piodncts, at a time when a great
many lannlies are in straits" for the
means of livelihood. There tire few
cases in the Punchbowl settlement,
wherein someone could not be spared
to sleep with the chickens at night.
SCIENCE 0" GOVERNMENT.
Apiopos ol the discussion going
on at the present time in regard to
annexation, free trade, etc., 1 ask
you for space in your valuable paper
fortius article. 1 do not think it
would be wise to attempt any radical
change in our present form of gov
ernment, for tho reason that your
citizens, not unlike the people of
other countries, are not sulllciently
instructed in the principles of poli
tical economy. It would only give
us an opportunity to make laws that
time would prove to be based upon
the quicksands of falsehood. If we
have any change let it be based upon
the rock of eternal truth. We can
not afford to try an experimental
government, and all rational-minded
men will admit thai we have no per
fect government to take as a model,
and that to make intelligent laws it is
necessary to have an intelligent con
stituency. Tlicie is only one way
ihat you can have an intelligent vot
ing population, and that is in teach
ing them the science of government.
It is not a herculean task to do that.
It can be accomplished. The easiest
way and most pleasant (my opinion
being based upon practical exper
ience) would he to organize a society,
buy all tlie acknowledged writers on
political economy, elect your ollicers,
appoint a committee to draw up a
list of subjects committee to ap
point members to deliver papers on
subjects chosen meet once a week,
let the secretaiy give the subject to
the press the day before meeting, the
member delivering the paper to fur
nish a duplicate to the press. The
press being a public educator, I am
sure the papers would be pleased to
assist in so grand a work. In that
way all of your leading public would
gut the bi'iiclit of the bc&t thought of
the past and present upon a science
that is all but a dead letter to other
wise gifted people. We are not an
exception to the rule, but we should
lake a business view of the case. If
a business man were going to make a
venture he would avail himself of all
the experience of others, by that
means he could avoid the pitfalls that
caused his predecessors to fail.
It is a well-known fact that it takes
years to cause a change in the funda
mental principles of a government,
as there is always a class of the
lniss.'Z faire kind that will put all
the obstruction they can in the way
of 11113' kind of reform. Anodier
well-known fact is that radical legis
lation is always detrimental to a
country, for a time at least. Con
sequently it behooves us as a people 1
to first make ourselves masters of the
dilfeient systems of government at
present in existence, and what rc
foims other people arc seeking to
inaugurate, etc. Until we have
thoroughly digested all the informa
tion that can be l.ad 011 the subject
we will not be capable of forming an
intelligent government, but if we do
infoiiii ourselves we have it incur
power to form a government that
will be the envy and study of the
whole world. If we can solve the
problem of government we will hold
a historical position that Home in all
her glory would be as a star to the
sun. Wo have it in our power to
hold the proudest position of any
nation in the world, hot us avail
ourselves of our natural opportuni
ties aud the homage of the world is
oura, You will probably say that if
it were so easy ot accomplishment,
why have not intelligent nations seen
the truth and adopted i( long pgo?
My answer is, "111 fares the laud to
hastening ills a prey, whore wealth
accumulates and men decay."' In
older countries the masses are in
poverty and largely ignorant. All
known governments are tho very
acme of disorder. Oisorder is disease.
If tho nation suffers f 1 am disease,
then the individual suffers. Intelli
gence discovers tho cause, restores
the natural order, aud disease disap
pears. So we suffer by a departure
from the natural order in which men
ami nations should exist, it is a
maxim that order is huiven's first
law, J 11 the realm of nature, where
the hand and voice cannot reach, we
llnd universal order. Indeed our
responsibilities arc great. ,Arp wo
ftri 11. il 1 1 tint 1ttmi nlu nf tlm nrrti t
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"""LV7'i l "' """" """said Honolulu, CI100U Wall
iug to take part in this noblo work,
1 would like to meet with them,
Jos. L. Cavius
The best spring medicine is a doso
or two of St. Patrick's l'dls. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
sulu by Beiibon, Smith & Co., Agents.
Ijertitrfl iinUrnrrit by V. M. KncilNb
nt tho V. M. C A. Hull.
A largo audience assembled at the
Y. M. C. A. Hull last evening to listen
In .. Innlnrn llV 1 M. UlUlllStl, II A.,
on Ilccilioven'. The lecture was in
terspersed with the following selec
tions: 1. Anthem "Coino Holy Ghost,"
Choir of Hoys.
2. Solo "Theie is a U recti Hill,"
Master It. Mist.
II. Trio in E (adagio) Heethoven
Misses McUrovv and O.isllo and
Mr. Paul lscnberg.
Sonata" Moonlight" .Beethoven
Miss C. Castle.
Song "Adelaide," . . . .Beethoen
Mr. Harry von Holt.
Anthem "Cast Thy Burden,"
Choir of Boys.
The lecturer, in his opening re
maiks, invited all boys with good
voices to join his singing clns, which
is entirely free.
In a very interesting manner Mr.
English then traced the life of the
distinguished musician from his birth
at Bonn in 1770, to his death at Vi
enna in 1827. lie gave a very vivid
description of the eary life and work
of Beethoven, his peculiar character
and the dilliculties under which he
labored. The account given of the
great trial of Beethoven's life his
deafness was very pathetic.
During the lecture, Mr English
gave a very ingenious parallel to a
sonata, showing how music can bo
made to adapt itself tc the various
passions and emotions of humanity.
The musical part of the entertain
ment was extremely good. The sing
ing of;the boys and their deportment
before an nudience showed very care
ful training. The solo of Master
Robert Mist was very pleasing ; ho
has a very sweet voice, and will"; in
all probability, become a great sing
er. The audience loudly called for
an encore to his song.
Mr. Paul Isenberg sang m his us
ual good style and was compelled to
respond to a call for another song.
Mr. Harry von Holt sang "Ade
laide" with great good taste.
The trio in E "brought down the
house." Miss McGrew's violin con
tains tears and smiles which that tal
ented young lady can produce at
The "Moonlight Sonata" was per
formed by Miss Carrie Castle in a
masterly style ; and, with thu lights
turned down, and accompanied by
the grand diapason of the elements,
thoroughly enchanted the audience.
Ibis is the third lecture delivered
by Mr. English on the great compos
ers, and it is much to be hoped that
Honolulu music lovers will have sev
eral other treats of a like nature.
The "fine body" had an attend
ance of 25 Iai night in spite of the
weather. Thos. Krouse, captain,
presided. J. Herlihy acted as secre
tary in the absence of II. Armitage.
Neil Boyle reported from the flag
committee, thai the work had been
done, and presented bills fro n Geo.
Townsend of S35 for making the
Hag, and from F. II. Red ward of 15
for making the pole. The company
elected W. W. Wright, L. H. Dee
and Geo. Bruns by ballot as a com
mittee to procure furniture for the
new hall. It will be necessary for
this4committee to solicit subscrip
tions from the business community.
As the fire police fill a longfelt want
in the Fire Department, in keeping
the wa' clear for the firemen and
pi eventing pilfering, it is to be hoped
there will be a gencious response to
The majority of well-read phys
icjans now believe that Consump
tion is a germ disease. In other
vyords, jjistetd of being in the con
stitution ifelf it is caused by innu
merable small cfeattires living in the
lungs having no business there ap'd
eating them away as caterpillars do
the leaves of trees.
A Germ The phlegm that is
coughed up is those
Disease. parts of the luugs
which have beeu
gnawed off and destroyed. These
little bacilli, as the germs are called,
are too small to be seen with the
naked eye, but they are very much
nljvic jjf the same, and enter the
body m our ftjfld, in the air we
breathe, aud through t)ie ppj-es of
the skin. Thence they get juto tfi$
blood and finally arrive nt the luugs
where they fasten and increase with
frightful rapidity. Then German
Syrup comes in, loosens them, kills
them, expells them, heals the places
they leave, and so nourish and
soothe that, in a short time consump
tives become gepu-proof and well.
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NOTICE is hereby given that Chock
Wall, of Honolulu, Oaliu, have
fhs day sold my Interest in the llrm of
I Chock Wall Ke & Co. to Loo Chee of
Ktiii iV: Co.
will asi-umu all liabilities, and all ac
1 uoiinU duo the said firm arc payable to
tliom. Alter tins ilato 1 will not no res
ponsible for any hill whatever against
Houohilu, May 1, 1802. 412 8i
THE BULLETIN Ts "tho" Tending
' dally paper of the Kingdom. GO
cents per month.
On THURSDAY, luy 5tli,
A.W ia NOON,
At my Saleroom, Queen "boot, I will
sell at Public Auction,
10 Shares Intor-Iahnd Stcnm
Par Value $100 Each.
10 Shnres Wildor's S. S. Co.
Par Viilue 8100 hneh.
20 Sh ires Prcbs Publishing Co.
Par Viilue 8i". Each.
J AS. P. MORGAN,
By older of Mr. Iv. I'odeyn, Asstmiee
of lim Kstate of Wing I.oy (JI11111, I will
sell at Public Auction, at my Salesroom,
On FRIDAY, May Gill,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11 .
The Stock of lerehanilis,oAof the said
Prints, I,awn, Diess Goods,
Wool & Cotton Overshlrts,
Gents' Fine Suits,
Ladies' & Gents' Underwear,
White & lirown Cottons, Etc.
J VS. V. MORGAN,
I have received Initiiu'iinus from Mr.
K. I'odeyn, Assignee of the Estate of
S. S. Ah Vet, to Mill at Publio Auction
at my Salesroom. Queen street,
On WKDNISDAY, May 11,
AT IS O'CLOCK NOON,
The TJi expired Leae
Of the 1'ieiiiisos lately occupied by Ah
Yet & Co. and other, having about S
years to run. The I'lemises commence
fiom the w't corner of Niiuanu stieet
and run alons I'auahi street, comprising
about (S compaitmcnts. The leutal paid
is 815 per mouth, and the income from
the rc-WMng part has been SI 03 per
mouth, ni'ikhii; this one of the llucst in
vestments to capitalists and others.
J6!f" For further particulars apply to
J AS. F. JMOKGW,
40!) fit Auctioneer.
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed having distrained ceitain goods
and chattels, thp property of M. I Silva
and "M Gomes, lor non-paymi'iit of rent,
under the statute in such case made und
provided, and the said rental and costs
of distraint and removal ruuiainiiig' still
unpaid after tifteeu days' distraint; the
said goodi and chattels will be offered
for sale at Public Auction at the Sales
room of .1. F. Morgan, Auctioneer, on
SATUIlDAY, the 7th day of May. 1S!)2.
at 10 o'clock a. m , or so much theieof
a sh'ill be necessary to tho payment of
all in i cms at the time of such sale, to
ncilicr with t!(e costs of such dlsties,
icmoval, custody aud sale.
The following Is the list of goods and
chattels aboe referred to:
1 Shii'iuaii Engine and oiitlP, 1 Dy
namo, I et Connections, Pulleys. 1 Ta
ble, 1 Pesk, Plating Tools, 1 et Kleetric
Light Who aud Camps, 1 lion Wash
stand, 1 et .Solutions, liutlery .lai-, 1
Plating Tank, 1 luting Tub, 1 Diuiii
Oil, 1 et Picture Frames, l Working
IJcnd and 2 Vice, 2 Sign Hoards, I
Haired, 1 et Miiuliies.
402 l!it ANTONIC HOMKN.
NOTICE Is hoicby given that tho im
del-signed, having distrained ccilain
floods aid chattel?', the pr' pertyof Ngov
Kee Chan Koojieo, for uuii-paymcnt of
rent, under the statute hi such eatc made
and piovidcd, and the said icutul aud
costs of dUtraiut and icmoval remaining
still unpaid.aftcVJIlticu days' distraint;
the said goods and chattels will be offer
ed for sale at Public Auction at Sales
rooms of J F. Morgan, Auctioneer, on
SATUKD Y, thu Mlh day of May. 1892.
at lu o'clock a. M., oi' so much thereof
as s)idl bo nccessaiy to the payment of
all nricars at the tipiu of such hale, to
gether with thu cols of siiel) distress,
removal, custody and salo,
Thu following Is thu list of gondii aud
chattels above refened to;
11 tiipiaie Tables, B Itonnd Tables. 2U
Wooden Chairs. Assorted Chaiio. 11
Wood llnocs, 1 .Joss Table, 1 Meat Safe, ,
i Hanging Lamp, l Clock, I Stand
Lamp, Lot of Dishes, Bowls, Spoons,
Cooking Utciihils and X. W. Uoauls,
(Igned) GOO YOUIv,
JCJlHt PcrG. Awana.
Cottages to Jteilt !
t I H. MX 'OLX
Pft 1U completed Tli
Etis Desirable Cottages
'hi co vi'iy
corner of Young and Maklkl hlieets.
These t otuiges have been liuished with
all modern iuiiuoveiucuts aud being
bttuated near the Makikl Valley have
ajmnduucu of ficsh and cool air. The
gi'mpids eoiitajn bcimlifiil shade trees
ai H rain pioms. H aio only two
minutes' wiiik jioii) io tiiieais, am
!iillira ucMiuun III f U(J IMfcJ "I'M "1 lC
veiy pU'iiMintuHt rtltiiailoiis of the city
are i'fjueSt"d ' lusiiect the ahovo pio
mUes. UeirVor fuither imillculars apply to'
4U lm J, A. MAHOON.
rPIIl: Stores in '(Arlington
I !llniik"icceiilly occupied
hv K. G. Kehmnaii are to hit.
together with i ho Cellar. This Cellar Is
the tluest and dilca la tho city. Apply t6
U. JUlKWI'll & CO.,
Ul lm Queen street.
!Ht, mmi life- INSURANCE CO.
Issues Every Desirable Form
It has paid its members atnee its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
Its Now Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by
l& For fiill particulars apply to
To remind yon. that it is
nearly two years .since we i
cleaned your watch. j
Isn't it about time to have i
her oiled up?
H. F. WIOHMAJ.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
On and after Mav 1st.
S23iTa- 1!-J-- "Ui Ai'w anu l)c-
'ziSIilZmSKL cll-llil,. M.wli.rl, !!,cl, !,.,,
-of the iiiiderilsrued. on
Thurston Avenue, cnntalnltu: I.aiiro Par
lor, Dining Hoom, Conservatory, Two
Bedrooms, Drei-siiiK Koum with Station
ary Wash'-taud and Cedar Waidrobc,
Bathroom with Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water attachment, l'antrles.
China Closet and Kitchen' with Xew
linage, Hot Water Boiler and all attach
Large and convenient Stable on the
premises containing two large box-stalls,
carriage, harness and feed rooms, :pul
Grounds 200x200, beautifully laid out
and terraced, The view is iiiiui passed
For further particulars see
W. O. ASHLEY,
auii-tf O. K. & Ii. Co.'s Depot.
Tho Bicycle with which Kuby
DejUer won Uie Medal on
B&- SOLD 11 Y
Theo. H. Davies & Co,
CAPTAIN JiOSS JENKINS "of the
British .Ship "Beimiorn" wll not
bo ivHioi)ih(i fop any dubts contiactejl
by his crew without 'his willtcn order.
I 10 lit
OUlt business In this Kingdom will
hu conducted by Mr. Is. liulilu
stclu under full power of attorney.
Honolulu, Apiil 2C, 18112. 40.") 2iv
DUUINO my absenco from this Kjngr
doin Mr. Is Kublut-tehi J autlior
iI.imI td act. fur nit! under full power of
attorney. M. 1IYMAN.
Honolulu, April 25, 18'JS. 403 2
NOTICE Is hereby given to.all (inrtles
eopcei lied Ihat 1 will pay no debts
pontraolei! )' t)J" H'n wilhuut -niy
wilttou order. n
J, II. BLACK.
IlQIIOlllIu, Apnl l.'l, 18!)2. HU.') lm
FliDM and after IhU date no peisou Is
mithorl-'d as a hub-Agent of the
Equitable Life AfSiiraucu .Society, un
less under winrrKN'aulhoiiiv fioul
.. .,- , ALEX. J. UAlirWltiqllT,
Qeueriil Ageur Kijuittiblc Life AbMir
Houohilu, Oalm. Apiil 25. Ih'JJ,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu
FIRST QUALITY '
'1' II iu
Oriiaiuentall Kiononileal & Durable!
Eddy's Old Estaui,isiii:d
Ico Cliests k BoMpraton,
China, Crockery & Gias&ware,
Plautat on To Is, Itnpleni&im&Supp'ies
Paints, Oils & VainUhes.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils I
Always the sumo; made by a special
process and always l citable.
Carbolineum Avenarius fn Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWAKE CO., L'n.,
Cummins New Block, Fortfc Merchant stieets.
m Imp 6
1 04 Fort Street,
Boys' Calico Shirt Waist for 25cts.
Children's Corset Waist for 40cts.
IN ALL SIZES. A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS.
Antique Lace Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
Society of the
Toe Equitable Life issoreoce
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
SURPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
New Business Written in 1891 $280, OOP, 000. 00
' 'dsMU'Mw in Forw $800, OOP, 000. 0.0
The 32(1 Annual Statement will be issued hereafter ; in
! the interval the i'oreirohur
the chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. C&RTWIR6CT,
General Aiyont for Hawaiian Islands.
;:; tThis Space
rOKNEK KKT &
After diking Stock w coffer supoi lor values for less than former pi Ices In every
OHKNILLK I'OHTIEHESFKOM 50.00 U1'W.,D,
1 jixlii-' Ac liildr'onV (ioHHamer
AT ALL STYLKS AND lMUUHJ.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFhS.
SOCK-. AND SUAIU'S AT COW.
tS' Dressmaking under tho management of MISS K. CLAKKE,
OF NEW YORK-
- - . twie...
of Policy !
FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LIARS.
any Insurance Company
8. Jt. 1-PB'.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
H nfM 11
& a 1L K 3 $
fiirures will show unnroximatelv
EHLEBS & CO.