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Tenders for Purchase of
Notico is hereby given thut undei
authority of Chapter 3S, Session Luwa
of 1888, "An Acilugivi greater tccuii
ty to Depositors in the Hawaiian I'odim
Savings Uiink,'' tliu l'ostinuMej-Uen
oral oilers for sale $50,000 of Coupon
Bomls of the Hawaiian tloverninent,
such bonds to be issued in the deno
mination of One Thousand Dollars
each, redeemable in not less than live
years nor more than twenty years,
with interest at six per cent, per an
num, payable semi-annually, principal
and interest payable in U. S. gold
coin, llit bonds to express on their
face that they are issued as security
for the l'ostal Savings Bank Deposits.
Tenders for the purchase of the
whole or any part of uul bonds will
be received at the ollice of the Regis
trar of Public Accounts, Finance De
partment, up to 12 o'clock on FRI
DAY, the 1st day of July, 1SU2.
The l'oblmastei-Gcneral does not
bind himself to accept any tendor, oi
the whole of any tender.
Dated May 2S, 1S92.
II. A. Widhmanx,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign Affaire.
C. N. Spencuk,
Minister of Intcrioi.
V. Austin Whiting,
Sale of a Strip of Government
Land at Kalap ma,
On SATURDAY, July 23, 1892, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at Pub
lic Auction, a Strip of the Government
Land at Kalapana, Puna, Hawaii, con
taining an area of 10 acres, a little
more or les.
I'pset Price, $2.00 per acre.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior,
rntciior Office, June 2-1, 1S92.
Sale of a Part of the Govern
ment Land of Kolo, S.
On SATURDAY, July 23, 1892, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at Pub
lic Auction 200 acres of the Govern
ment land in Kolo, South Kona, Ha
waii. Upset Price, $500.00.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Intei ior Office, June 21, 1892.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1892.
A SEWERACE SYSTEM.
"The Shone Sewerage System as
Applied to Honolulu," is the title of
a pamphlet issued by Tlico. II. Davies
& Co. It concisely presents the ad
vantages' of the Shone system, espe
cially in places whose topography
will not permit a satisfactory gravi
tation system of sewerage. The
pamphlet says what the Huu.rriN
said long ago, that it is better to
have no system at all than a bad one.
Many towns in England, the houses
of Parliament, and towns on the con
tinent, are cited as having proved
the Shone system to he perfect in
practical operation. It Is also men
tioned as to be adopted for the drain
age of the World's Fair grounds at
Chicago. Once put in, the system
in Honolulu would, it is alleged, pay
its working expenses from the sale
of fertilizing material from it. Tho
only way Honolulu could get a
sewerage system established, at
least lor a long time to come,
would be through a national loan.
Things are rather unfavorable
for taking action ut the present
session, further than appointing a
coiniuissiou to report at the session
of 1891. Theio might at the same
time be appointed a commission to
consider a scheme for some degree
of self government for the capital
city. Every intelligent resident
ought to rcajl the pamphlet herein
referred to. i ho description of the
system's wot king will bo interesting
to any btudeul of saictary science.
A ltmu was given at the seminary
Juno 1 1, by tliu parents of the pupils,
and was greatly enjoyed by all pres
ent. The pig was cooked in Hawaii
an stylo at tho seminary. Tho ta
bles were spread under the trees and
were loaded with iir, flli, chicken,
poi and other good things, ateo
bread and cake made by the girls of
the school. One hundred guests
were seated at the table.
After the feast the seminary girls
gave an out-door concert, vocal and
instrumental, which was very enter
taining. Then a general rush was
made for the lawn, where old and
young engaged in croquet, ball and
other games until night's shadows
approached. This is the first luau
given at the school and will be a
June 15, the public examination
took place at the school-rooms, which
were not huge enough to admit half
the visitors. The girls all showed
great progress in their studies and
command of the English language,
speaking distinctly and promptly,
also doing much quick black-board
work. The primary classes were
very interesting. The reading of
the intermediate department was un
usually good. The highest grade in
physiology, free-hand black-hoard
ilriiwintr .mil arithmetic called forth
much piaise. The examination,
which lasted from 9 a. in. to 1 p. in.,
was considered by many patient list
eners not long enough, and gave
much credit to the instructors, Miss
M. F. Whiiticr, May Logan, and
In the afternoon of June 22, the
exhibition took place at the native
church which was well tilled with at
tentive listeners. The stage which
extended across one end of the
church was beautifully decorated,
making a background of Hags in the
center, while oil each side were
mnile, banana, palm, ti and other
trees entwined with ferns, passiou
vmes, etc., which extended entirely
around the church, making a very
pleasing effect. The program was
good and very well executed.
The girls all dressed in white look
ed very pretty as they marched to
and from the stage, going up and
down on each side at the same time
lor recitation or singing. The motion
songs and recitations of the Primary
and Intermediate departments were
performed in perfect movement
amidst great applause, and when the
two youngest girls of the school,
aged 6 years, walked upon the stage
and made their little speeches,
"About the Birdie," it brought down
"John Majnard" was charmingly
recited by 20 of the largest girls,
"Barbara Frietchie" was clearly and
feelingly spoken by Jessie Mahoahoa.
One of the pleasing features of the
utlcruoon was the cooking class of
12 girls wearing caps and aprons,
who look thoir places at the tables
on the stage and moulded real bread
in time with their song. When the
bread was in the baking pan, they
inarched around the tables and out
of the church with song. The audi
ence weie delighted with the "Goose
Children," live little girls m costume
who had run away from home and
were anxious to get back, but could
not find the house, which was a large
box opened like a book and painted
on the back with large letters,
"Mother Goose's Melodies," behind
the door of which peeped "Mother
Goose" nodding and grimacing at
them throughout the dialogue. Boy
Blue made free use of his horn. Bo
Peep could not find her sheep. Jack
Horner was "starving to death."
Jill was glad to sit on her pail and
rest, while Jack would bring water
quickly if he could find his home.
The man in the moon gave them good
advice occasionally much to their
The singing was very fine. Tie
solo by Eunice Kaimana was encored.
The music was all vocal. A pleasing
tribute to the founder of the school,
Father Bond, was given by Katie
llarbotlle, "adapted from Whit
tier'b Quaker Alumni."
After brief speeches made by II. L.
IloUtein and D. S. Kahookano, each
giil waved her llag while singing the
Mar Spangled Banner, which was
followed by Hawaii Ponoi, two of the
largest girls keeping time with the
The exhibition showed careful
training by the teachers and earnest
work by the girls, whose bright
happy faces and charming deport
ment were very pleasing.
The exercises being over there was
a general adjournment to the semi
naiy diningroom, where nil articles
of the sewing and culinary depart
ments were quickly sold. The sew
ing department consisted of useful
and fancy articles, braided work in
bamboo and hala leaf, funs, mimosa
seed belts, etc. The culinary deparl-
consistcd of bread, cake,
cookies, candies, and New England
doughnuts, the demand being greater
than the supply.
The examination, exhibition and
sale were a great success, and much
praise should be given to the hard
woiking principal, Miss M. F. Whit
Her, and her assistants M. L. O.
Gorton, May Logan and Jennie
The school 1ms increased since
1888 from eleyeri to 00 pupils, and
applicants are waiting to enter. Ko
hula and thelslaml of Hawaii should
he proud of such a hdiool. The licit
term will commence Sept. 12.
Hymn : When tho Mists have Rolled
Away, Scriptuie Recitation,
Chums Wo Come with Song to
Rocitutiuu Poetry Quutaiions. .
By six Girls
Song Suilurti Glco ,Chorul Clasa
About tho Bil'diofl...
' ( Lily lCekuewa
c (Lovely May
ong Fivo Little MiceJ "
Recitation Hard Study
Chorus Away the Track is
Dialogue Scbool Louise Kola
Recitation Parts of the Body )
Song Tho Shoemaker
Recitation Robin and Billy ....
Kong My Home in tho Valley;
Recitation Iter Answer (
Solo Mauna Oliva (original). .
... , Eunice Kuimaua
,, 5 Go to Sleep )
b0,,S- All for Baby
Recitation John Maynard
Song Last Night Fourteen Girls
Song Molding Bread. Cooking Class
Song Bill of Fare Choral Class
Quartette Mother's Song
play Tin: aoosi: ciulukkn:
Mother Goose Ktilome Kida
Boy Blue Akeau Alumm
Bo-Peep Amy Perry
Jack Homer Eliza Naipo
Jack Bulla Finotca
Jill Fanny Leslie
Recitation The two Charlies.. .
Recitation Adapted Irom Whit-
tior Katie Haibottlo
c jStar Spangled Banner)
ftong nawii ronoi
A Special Rkpoktuh.
nuunpurtn Turns P:ilc.
A few nights before tho 18th Brntnairc
a little scone was enacted at ray house
which would be void of interest but
for tho circumstances
Gen. Bonaparte, then lodging at Rue
Chantereine, had eomo to havo a talk
with me about the preparations for the
eventful da'. I was then living in Rue
Taitbout, in a house which had since be
come No. 24, I believe. It stood at the
back of a courtyard, and running from
tho first floor thero were galleries which
led to wings looking on tho street. My
drawing room was lighted with several
candles. It was 1 o'clock in the morn
ing, and wo wore in tho middle of a very
animated conversation when wo heard a
great noise in the street. To tho rum
bling of carriages was added tho gallop
ing of an escort of cavalry.
Suddenly tho carriages (-topped right
before tho door of my house, Tho gen
eral turned pale, and I quito bcliovo I
did tho same. Tho idea struck us both
at tho kuiio time that they wero coming
to arrest us by order of the directory. I
blowout tho candles and crept stealthily
along tho gallery to ono of the outside
wings, from which I could seo what was
going pn in tho street. For some timo I
was at a loss to mako anything out of
tho tumult, but at last I discovered tho
somewhat grotesque cause.
At this epoch, tho Paris streets being
very unsafe at night, when tho gambling
houses closed at tho Palais Royal all the
money that had been used for the bank
was collected and placed in cabs, and the
banker had been allowed by tho police to
havo his cabs escorted by gendarmes, at
his expense, to his homo in tho Ruo do
Clichy, or thereabout. That night ono
of tho cabs had broken down just in
front of my ' honse, and that was tho
reason of tho halt, which lasted for about
a quarter of an hour. Wo had a hearty
langh, tho general and I, over our panic
very natural though it was when wo
knew, as wo did, tho tendencies of tho
directory and tho oxtremo measures it
was capablo of taking. Talleyrand's
Memoirs in Century
A Cnrelcn Tcachor of Deportment.
Politeness, to bo worth anything, must
bo instinctive. It is a good scheme to
instruct youth in tho outward signs of
this inward grace, even though it bath
it not, but tho teacher should also prac
tico what ho preaches, or discredit falls
on him and his instruction. A certain
professor in a popular school has been
very strenuous in enforcing certain
"manners" on his classes, and very prop
erly insists that tho little boys should
tako off their hats whenever thoy meet
jiny person thoy know, and also givo up
their seats in a crowded street car to la
dies who aro standing. Somo of tho
small boys questioned tho latter noces
tity, but when informed that a gentle
man, nnlcHS ho was a cripple, .would
never sit while a woman stood, accepted
the edict as final and havo doubtless
acted on it. But some of theso pupils
havo recently credited their professor
with insincerity, for they havo seen him
retain his seat in a crowded public con
veyance, and, furthermore, ho barely re
turns with a touch of his hat rim the
courteous recognition of the yonng girls
iu his classes. Boston Herald.
KUITOK BUM-KTIN :
Will you kindly correct one of the
inaccuracies In your last evening's
report of the 1th of July regatta by
staling that the yacht Helene was
Bailed by one of her owners; also
that Captain McCulloch was not on
board during the race.
With regard to the presence of
Cupl. McCulloch on the Helene on
July 1th, being tho writer of the Biii.
i.ktjn report 1 gladly wy peccuvi. I
am now sutibllcd why the Helene lost
several favorable opportunities dur
ing tho yacht race. My personal
opinion of the Helene is that, proper
ly sailed, she can, with a fresh sail
ing breeze, beat either tho Ilealuui,
Hawaii, or our latest comer, the
THE REGATTA COURSE,
Tho actual length of the coiirbe of
the regatta on the Fourth is twenty
miles. This is by faea miles, and di
rect (lislauees. C. J. Lyons.
Honolulu, July 7, 18D2.
JCx ' It vn in ore."
The Pacific IlAnnwAtiE Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avcnarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levey.
Notice Is hereby given that In accord
ance with tho law in such cases made
and provided, I will cause to bo sold tho
following articles of Hoong Chang Tung,
taken by me In distraining for rent, to
1 Clock, 1 Medicine Cutter, 1 Bamboo
Lounge, 1 Step Ladder, 1 Folding Table,
2 Square Tables. 2 Chairs, 2 Stools, 1
Lamp and a quantity of Medicines and
sSf Said sale will tako place at the
Auction Salesrooms of Lkwis J. Luvkv,
Auctioneer, comer of Kort and Queen
streets, on FRIDAY, July loth, at 10 A M.
ir.S let NO GOOX.
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notice ot Fore
closure. THE UNDERSIGNED, EDWARD
FUKSTENAU, the mortgagee named
in a certain mortgage deed from C.
ALEE and CHANG FOOK, dated
December 14, 188(5, of record iu Liber
100, folios 470-178, Hawaiian Registry
of Deeds, gives notice that he intends
to foreclose said mortgage for condi
tion broken, to-wit: the failure of said
mortgagors to pay when duo their
note for $7,000, secured by said mort
gage, and that he wilj cause the prop
erly named in said mortgage to he
sold at public auction at tliu sales
rooms of J. F. Morgan, in Honolulu,
on SATUKDAY, July 9, 1892, at 12
The following property is covered
by said mortgage, viz. :
1. Land at Waihole, Koohuipoko,
Oahu, containing HI 8-100 acres more
or less, being a part of L. C. A. oODIJ
to Puuiki, II. P. G!)7S, conveyed by
inetes and bounds to said mortgagors
by deed of Lydia S. Bhinchard, dated
Sept. 2H, 1878, Liber 57, folio 75.
2. Land on the North side of Mer
chant street, in Honolulu, being a
portion of L. C. A. 5573, R. P. 2401,
to Kualii, conveyed to said Chang
Fook bv deed of Kclupaina et al.,
dated Dec. 27, 1879, Liber 02, folio
It. Lease from Joseph S. Oilman
and Louis Maigrot to Chang Fook,
dated March 2Q, 1880, Liber 02, folio
440, for term of 30 years from said
date, of premises on Punchbowl street
iu Honolulu, now occupied by
gj& TERMS CASH. Deeds at
expense of purchasers.
By his Attorney-in-fact F. A.Sohucfor.
0" For further particulars apply
to F. M. Hatch, attorney, or to J. F.
Morgan, auctioneer. 403 J t
The Princeville Plantation Co.'s
Now In possession of Chas. h'odllntc.
This is a Compluto Su;ar Kstate, with
Now Diffusion Works, capable of mak
ing 12 tons of suar each '24 hours.
Tliu Lauds aio all fonucil, anil Ditches
nuil Flumes are all in order for irrigat-
Thi'io aro Houses for Manager, aid
Overuois, and Lahnrcrs ; Kuil Trucks
for transportation, ami Implements. All
will he leased for a term of years.
There are 2."0 Acres of Plant fane ami
M0 Acres of First Ilattoons to cut off
in Deeemher and .miliary next. Alo
Oxen and Mules, all of which can he
EST Possession to he lven July 1,
This affords a lino opportunity for a
co-operutlvc company to he organized,
t&f For terms, which will ho com
mensurate to the times, apply to
W. F. ALLEN,
President 1. P. Co., over Itlsdiop &
Co.'d Itunk. s?l-4t
J. O. PFLUG-ER
A New Supply of the Colebrntod
VOH SMAi J5Y
H. HACKFELD & CO.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00, OF NEW YORK.
lUOUAKIr A. tfcGUJtOY.
Issues Every Desirable Form
It has paid Its members since Its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
teT For full particulars apply to
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
IIWI WL IM-H-JmLUMf.
-.mu-miiiMin aww winnMmi'j!iLiwun.niiLij'i..j.i,r
!T TT j u ft N iTfilitft
la HwyHOIUi S UOa S llOJg
Beg to announce the arrival of the
llil Days from Bremen, with
OUb & Paints,
Bags & Bagging,
Cement & Fire Clay,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
A Trip to Haia Loa
-and t i iE-
Great Crater of Mokuawaoweo.
Special arrangcmenlH. have been
mailo by the Volcano House Company
for bcndinf,' a party to the top ol Ma
THE PAKTY WILL LEAVE HO
NOLULU ON THE STMK. HALL
ON JULY 15 and return on tho
btoumcr Kiimu arriving in Honolulu,
THE PRICE FOR A ROUND
TRIP TICKET, including Meamcr
fare, animals, guides, blankuth, foods
and all cxpen&cs will bo ijilQQ,
which includes all of tho regular ex
penses of a trip to the Volcano. Tho
trip includes a 'three days' btay at the
Volcano llmihu after the return from
jS Tickets can be obtained from
I ho Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co., and full information will hu Hip
plied bv staid Company, E. C. Mac-
i'Aiti.A.N'i:,Tre.ihiiier.or L. A. Tiiuih-ton,
Secretary of the Volcano Company.
Applications for tickets should bo
made immediately as tho number will
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE.
Honolulu, Juno 21, 18i)2.
U X-r.TO IV LSNE.
for Portland, 0., & Victoria, B. C.
TheS. S. "PALM AS"
OF THE ABOVE LIKE IS
At Honolulu and will have Immediate
dispatch for above ports.
tST For Freight or Passage apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES &. CO.,
411 tf Agents.
A NICE Cottage on Here
tniiln strpi.r lump Plll.'nt
(&?&!& Mrt. cmitMlnlmr I'mvIoi'. Two
itedroonis, itathrooiii, Dlnlng-ioom,
Pantry and Kitchen; Servant's Room,
Carriage Hoiibe, Stable, etc. Tramears
pass every 20 minutes. Apply olllco of
this palter, -158 tf
FOJ KENT or LE VSE
w, a r"MIK Pjeinlses on Kninui
&.&$ I Mi eel lately occupied by
2ttA. . .Nnone, a New and
Dcxlrnble House containing Kilclieu,
Ilathi'ooni, etc., etc. Also, OulhoiibCb
on the pioiiiIkcs, will be reined or
leased Poe.sslon given ltt of July.
Apply on iho premises.
135 lm A. 1$. NAONE.
The best (bint? to send to
your friends abroad isKinj?
Bros.' Illustrated Souvenir
of liuwufi, Avbieb is gotten
up lor the purpose and is
uot uu advertisement.
-ggrn umM&nwi.!fSvwfzzi3!t!U!M jj.mavma WUWBJtaWXI
HAVE OPENED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahuruami Street, Ground Floor, with a
Large Assorta! of New Goiis u "Benin"
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
fliew Rugs & Carpets,
fcS JPJaiOJEJS? REDUOTEl), $
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ornamental! Economical & Durable I
Eddy's Old Estaiiuhhkd
Ice fliuSts k ReffloratoB,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantation Tools, Iraplemams & Supplies
Paints, Oils it Varnishes.
Yacunra Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils!
Always the same; made by a special
process and always reliable.
. Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit
PACIFIC HAKDWAEE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Ulook, Fort & Merehaut streets.
m a is
1 04 Fort Street,
Just Receive! a New Invoice of the
Ciiiai'iuttoed to bo Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
ssy-Tlio Adeline Blade Stocking.! are Ihe Best Made to
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort to Hotel !-trclH
We Will Sell THIS WEEK at Keduoed Prices
WHITE DRESS GOODS, CORSETS, KID GLOVES,
RIBBONS, FANS, ETC., ETC,
Shoes & Boy's
At Greatly lUdiici'il Prices.
Oh'ji Jlo Porticics at $li a Pair. IJluok Headed Capes for Ladies, 15-
froni $15 and .fO.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND "UNDERWEAR AT COST..
A new lino of Challies atlOo. per yard. -12-inch All Wool Drebs
Ooodh, in Plain, Striped and Checked, minced fium
$i to GOo. per y.ud, u'
B. F. EMIRS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
- Drcssnittkluj; uuder the management of MISS OLAltK. x&g
of Policy I
FOUR MILLIONS OF DOS
, I .1 ....... ,.M .p
ow of Glassware,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS, '
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
w, , J.x3rt'i 'vv .vvlvrvy i
$3) UP-t 1 tripi g) ,
HAT ! -gga
Clothing Etc., Etc.
S. EliKL-rClI & CO.,
Corner Fort & Hotel Etreets