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BY AUTHORITY. I
Teiuluis for l'uru' .10 oi
llaiviiiinn Govern .Jiont
Nolico is hereby given l
authority of Uhuptei U8, Se
of lbib8,"An Act logm gii-ii
tv lolHpoMtorsin Uielluwni
Siivini;s Dank, ' the l'lxini
n.n La Hit
1 CV.I-U' 1
eiul ollois loi fettle .iuO.000 o. Cuii(un
Bonds of thu Hawaiian Government.
Mich bonds to bo issued in the dim
munition of One Thousand Dolhi;
each, redeemable in not less than the
years nor more than twenty yo.u, i
with interest at six per cent, per an- j
mini, payable sunii-annuully, principal
and interest payable in U. S. gold
coin, the bonds to express on theii
face that they are issued as security
fot the 1'ostal Savings Hank Deposits.
Tenders for the purchase of the
whole or mi yrnit of said bonds will
be loceived at the ollice of the Kegis
liar of Public Accounts, Finance De
partment, up to 1- o'clock on FRI
DAY, the 1st day of July, 1S92.
The l'ostninstcr-Ueneinl docs nut
bind himself to accept any tender, 01
the whole of any tender.
Dated May 2S, 1SU2.
H. A. WlDIJMAN.V,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foioign AH'.iiis.
C. X. SruNCUK,
Minister of Interior.
W. Austin Whiti.no,
Sale of a Strip of Government
Land at Kalapana,
On SATURDAY, July 23, 1S92, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
uf Ahiolaui Halo, will be sold at Pub
lic Auction, .1 Strip of the Government
Land at Kalapan.i, Puna, Hawaii, con
taining an area of 10 acres, a little
mote or less.
Upet Price, $2.00 per acre.
C. N. Sl'ENCEU,
Minister of the Interior.
Inteiioi Ollice, June 21, 18'.)2.
Sale of a Part of the Govern
ment Land of Kolo, S.
On SATURDAY, Jul 23, 1892, nt
12 o'clock noon, at the front cntjniin
of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at Pub
lic Auction 2G0 acres of thoCJowiu
uieut land in Kolo, South Kona, Ha
waii. Upaet Pi ice, $000 00.
C. N. SPENCEIJ,
Minister of tho Interior.
Intel lor Ollice, Juno 21, 1892.
JXO. L. KANAKAOLUNA, Esq.,
has this day been appointed an Agent
to take Acknowledgments to Labor
Contracts for the Distiict of ll.un.i
kua, Island ot Hawaii.
C. N. SPENCEH,
Minibtui of the Interior.
Intenoi Ollice, July 8, 1S92.
I irX ii.
Pledici'i to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the brnetit of all,
SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1892.
The Kalihi people ato anxious
about the water supply for which
they have petitioned. As the repre
sentative of the fifth district, Hon.
h. K. I'ua, is prevented from attend
ing to his legislative dutie3 by severe
illness, the Kalihi people have no
spokesman in the Houbc. There is
not a Noble or a Representative
from Honolulu, however, who is not
aware of the justice of tho claim for
a water supply for the Kalihi subiiib.
Whelhei a condition he inserted in
the Honolulu water works appropri
ation, or a special item be inserted
for the purpose, Kalihi should be
given this needed boon.
THAT BIG BET.
Tho professional man mentioned
in last ninlil's paper must be myself,
as daily I am confronted by fi lends
complimenting (?) mo about my
luck on the -ltli of July yacht nice.
It is tunc that there should he an
end to that huge joke,
Two of my Knglibh friends at the
Uritish Club did not think much f
the chanced of the lSounie Dundee u.
the race, I teamed them for the r
want of patriotism and only for tin
bake of argument made with each
tiiu - )i tlt-nii a wij- mihH unjicr nlih j
!rwil uilitd in llii'lr f.ivnr :iiiii niter
witiiillii! luslnvu'il (lie while ninouiit
Oil lilt' paid ituw of llie 11 I).
Nelllu r 1 hor niiyimu ele, I think,
ljiii'w liiu to evil liavu iiiiulu wnat
e.h he oallul 11 bet mi iniy ovunl
wlin'fif Hut 1 1iiim iiil vii ce
that 1 wmilil Inn k tin- 11 D. iiyiiin-t
011 ol Hh v it lit- 1 Imt tiitipui e I with
lie! 01 Hi'' Mi. and in imj wen hui ,
for au ruiviiitliiu Mint m ins fo fn
I'll lo'oi'C O' OUT clliTit'ililo iustitu
iion. hi lids slnlciuiMii 1 tun Imck-
til by llic iii'iiiit'U uf yacht build-
trs lur tho lust lifucn jmis which
Ulll.it the deep hint. With till r
iii'suly n'l Hi'- h.illnil ciii inlt. nil1.
till Ol'lllf lllCllllltUUIVOI l!lil'J (lllll,
lu it t!ie -liti" ov lioat with all 01
ti nt-ty till the Imili&i hi-.iitu. .Kurolv
this i tin (Hipainuuiuul to the other
athl9 in our waters.
1 ours truly,
G. Tuot SSKAU.
SAILOR BOY DROWNED.
One of the crew of the steamer
YViiiiuuitu u, who was only known by
the name of Geoige, was drowned
off that steamer at 9:30 o'clock
Wednesday 11101 ning on the passnge
to Maui. Geoige, who was cook on
the vessel, was coming down l'loui
aloft and when near the throat halli
ards, thinking no doubt he wn safe,
let go. Instead of landing on deck
the unfoitunatc boy was tin own ovor
boaid by the pitching mid rolling of
the sleumci', it being rough at the
time. Cries of "man overboard"
being laiscd Captain Dudoit ordered
the steamer to back up. At the
same time an oar and a rope weie
tlnown near the drowning man, but
he made no effort to catch at them.
Capt. Dudoit's opinion is that George
must hive sttuck on the side of the
shii when he went overboard and
been siuiui'd The steamer was
uiiin'il aioiu.'l, but all efforts to save
Hi- 111 in wire fruitless, and soon he
ili-a,pi'iinil from view. The acci
dent ouMi'iud off Kamalo in the
Al an itiannel. There was a high sea
tiiiimiii; and the wind was blowing
George came here in the bark Amy
Turner from Boston, as cabin boy,
deserting the vessel at this port.
The initials on his arm are "G.
11.' He stated that he was born at
Liverpool, England, but had gone to
Boston when a Oung boy, making
his home theic. He never revealed,
however, whether he had any lela
F10111 obeivntlon at the main weathci
'eiviue station at Puliation, 'line IS!).!.
Aveiage tuinpi'i.iluie, 7.4 l' Xoiin.il
Extieme range of teinpeiatiiie, IH to
Mean daily i.inge, 9.S.
Average minimum, 7:2.'-'; avuiage maxi
mum, S'.' 0.
Aveiage height of baiometei,
1101 mal. :U07.
Dail.v avuiagi- i.inge of baiometei-, 0 038.
"Lxticmiiange,:!!).U7 lowest, to yo.15
highest. Low presume peiiod about
tlm lt. lligli baiometei aiouiulthu
lfitli and 30th.
Lowest tempeiutiire on the 1st, anil
highest mean teinpeiatiiie about the
Aveiage lclativo humidity, 72.0, normal,
70.0. Absolute humiillty 7.1 giains
1 1 the cubic foot.
J! lini.u1 l.So iu ; noiinal l.COm. Uloiuli
iiim A. percent, noimal 30.
iii! n.".ig-' Peaufort scale 3.3.
i in i ill ( nun N. to E. Including E.,
" ii i-; E. to S. including S., 3
il -;- to V. including , Oilays;
XV'. id N., iueluding X., 0 days,
ltig lu liailuwind ilay, 27. Noi
lu. ii ii'iiubcr of trade wind days for
.Inn . :(
K.ilii K-ioiil days 23.
I'lilnd-i oi weatliei disturbance about
ill ! 1ft, '.led and 22d.
The immili lnu been chaiacteiied by
light but veiy fiuipient tiade-wind
shuwuiN, especially on Oaliii, Molo
kai and Kuiul. The ill ought, has
('nntinued in Uauiakua, Hawaii, and
hi Koliala, and on Maui, llilo, Puna
and the i.ihihelt of Kona have had a
good amount of lain. A brilliant
meteor is lepoitcd fi am llanalel,
Kauai, on the lhtiic9:i!0p in., pass
ing fiom the casti'in hoi ion to the
C. I. Inoxs,
In Charge of Weather Service.
QUESTION OF JURISDICTION.
The following interesting civil suit
came up in the Police Court this
Fong Kce vs. Lan Chen, assump
sit foi SKo on promissory note. Sum
inoiia mi-. Usuert on July 7, with
wiiirMH ul an est on the ground that
. i' I . i.dnni it. nboiil to quit the King
"om ; io vim n the Marshal filed re
turn thai "aid defendant is not with
in ili Juii-il ctiou of the Couitsof
tins ..ludoiu, Mr. Castle for plain
tiff ..skid the Cotut to order the
.Maialiai to execute said summons
and warrant, because defendant was
within the Kingdom. Lan Chen is
one of the six Chinese detained by
the Collector of Customs on the
bchooner Transit in the harbor, on
the ground that they left the King
dom on the bark Sonoma without a
The Couit notified the Deputy
Marshal, who was present, to re
quest the Marshal to make it appear
more cleaily to the Couit why de
fendant is detained on the vessel,
under that law, and why it is claimed
lie is not within the jurisdiction of
the Courts of this Kingdom. Further
healing of this complicated case will
be had on Monday in the Police
A traveling muii who chanced to
bo iu the store of E. V. Wood, at
JMcKees Koekb, Pa., says wliilo he
was waiting to tee Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Halm and
said: "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine ; sho says it ie
the best medicine for rheumatism she
utr used." 50 cent bottles for sale
i . 'i.i dealeis. Benson, Smith &Co.,
A.i u .
h Ui-DEST DA LY lu the
Kingdoui-Tlio Daily Bulletin.
S roiiil Alii mitt Htmt u I'lrU In n
I'.'W It i.
What m'glit have bfpn a largo
IIsizi'w.t nairowly nveilcd by tho
vigilant i'e of tin- p"lice. The fire
was illofin oiid ul 3 o'olni k thi-
innriiinu in u nirrow lane off Nuuinii
Mrucl, the irate leading tn it In ing
dniilile locked. Koiocnc oil was
discovered spill holli oulsidi' and in-
-idc of iliu homo, wbiuh is nwni'd bv
L'Ming Gonk. The ihsenvciy of Hie
od and other inllaiumablc innlcrial
pointed lu ino'-iidi iri-tii on Hie p.ut
i-f -niucoui', and die fuel of ilit'dnnr
hi'iiiLr double loi'ko I allowed that tho
Ii eliiu was an iiiiiMlc of the place.
I I'lic lire Irul guined such headway
I that it was only by strenuous offoits
on the part of the police it was ex-
I tinguished. Another attempt at in
cendiarism was discoveied just in
time about four days ago in an ad
Leung' Gook, who keeps a tailor
shop, It has been ascertained is ir.
debt to the amount of SG00 and his
store is instiled with Hon. J. S.
Walker, agent of the Royal Insur
ance Co., for S1000. Mr. Gook was
not backward iu coining forward with
the above information. The town
narrowly escaped another rain of lire
ns the buildings in the vicinity are
all wooden and closely packed. The
police aic to be commended for their
Kx ' Ileiiinnrc."
The Pacific Hakdwakk Co., Ld.,
have just received fiom England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Waie, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
eeis, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avenaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith &. Co., Agents.
OFFER FOK SALE
it Specially Beicefl Hates
AN A&SOIirMIINT OK
Genuine Bavarian Beers!,
Comprising tiic following Cele
Now being landed ex "J. C. Piluger."
Fort Street, over F. Gcrtz's Shoe Sore.
View, Landscape & Portrait!
Views of the Island
Constantly on Hand
Natives Milking Pol, Grass Houses, Ha
waiian Stvlc Riding, lluhihula DancciH,
Coeoiinut Groves. Palm fc Date Groves,
Stiect Views & Buildings, Win Vessels,
Shipping & Marino Views, Etc., Etc.
ti& Al-o a Lare Collection ot all
Prominent and Inteiehlln Views of the
Hawaiian Islands cither Mounted or
HOOKS OF HAWAIIAN VIHW&
Made up to older at the most Rea-
KOinihle Rates iu Honolulu.
Ciil'iuctN Only St.") l'vi' Ito.cii !
ttiOl 1ST P. O. BOX 198 i rtf
BETWEEN the icsldenccs of J. II.
Soper and E. I. bpuldlntf, a Lady's
Gold Watch with Four Chains and a
.Small Globe attached thereto. Tho
Under will he icwaided by returning
same to the liui.t.nn.N Ollice. 407 at
l Y vvlfo having left my bed and
iVl hoard I heieby give notico thut I
will not ho it'spoiiblhle for any tkbts
contiacted by her iu my name.
Honolulu, July 9, ibua. 457 at
rpWO Nicely Furnished
X Rooms cuutially located.
Eiiquliu liui.i.hriN Ollice.
X7IOELY ruinlslied Cottage
Ll at JluMM ikmi lteieta-
niu-stieet car. Rent
Apply this ollice.
J Beretaui i
slte Foit-stieet Chinch. Ap-
R. 1. LILLIK,
At Theo, 11. Davlcs & Co,
'i n i)
AicRecelvhiK Nev Invoices of
booic and job stock i
BY EVEKY STEAMER
at their -
Steal Printing; Office
NO. 71 QUEEN STREET,
Where thoy arc fully picpared to do all
kinds of woik lu the latest styles, at
the shouest notice and at the
most Reasonable Itates.
Fine Job Work in Colors a Specialty !
Executed, iu the Most Attractive
Piiuted, uud Blockod wheu deslicd.'
Read the following p.utial list of spec
ialties and get the Bulletin's pi ices be
foie placing your order?. By so doing
you will save both time and money.
Hills of Lading,
Receipts of all kinds,
Plantation Oi tiers,
Labels of bvery variety,
1'etitioub iu any language,
Envelopes it Letter Ciictilars,
Sporting Scores &. Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
. Geneial Book Work,
Eto.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
tiy Xo Job U allowed to leave thu ol
lice until it gives satisfaction.
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.,
71 (ueen Mtroet.Uouululu, II I,
Ml MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE OQ,
ItlCIIAKIt a. .xiccimov.
Issues Every Bosirablo Forrr of Policy I
.i .,. .
It has paid its members since its mgamznlinti THREfc HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OT DOLI ARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most libu.d ever offcicd b any lnuiunco Company,
EtSy For full pai liculars applv to
r-J. B$. 11 IK.
91 Genera! Agent for the Hawaiian Wands.
Auction 'alts by J,imes F. Morean.
Ou FRIDAY, July J 5th,
AT 1( O'CLOCK A. 31..
Al the Residence of PHOF. M. M.
SCOTT, Foit Street, I will sell at
The Entire Household Furniture
1 Tpright Piano,
(Houlling and Hpangenberg, Makeis.)
Uphulsteied Chnirs, Piano Lamps,
Rugs, Lacquer Ware,
1 B. W, Marbletoy Bedroom Set,
Single Bedsteads, Huienus,
1 Antique 0. k Dining Table.
Chairs, Dish Clotet,
1 B. W. Sideboard.
Ucfiigorator, Meat Safe,
1 Fischer Steel Range and Utensils.
Also 1 Fine Carriage Horse.
Rioken aUo to Saddle.
1 Double Carriage,
1 Set Harness,
Ladies' and Gents' Saddles,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
J AS F. MORGAN,
Auction SIes by Lewis J. Le?ey.
Notice Is heieby given that in accoul
nuce with the law in such eases made
and p'ovided. I will cause to be snlil the
fallowing :iiticli".of lloong Ch ing Tong,
taken by me in di'-training for lent, to
1 Clock, 1 Medicine Cutlet. 1 Bamboo
Lounge, 1 Step Laddei.l Folding Table,
2 Sqiiiu e Tables, i Chilli"., 2 stool,, 1
Lamp ami a quantity of Medicines and
BSySaid aale will take place at the
Auction Snlui ooins of Lkw is J. Lnvi.Y,
Auctioneer, coiner of Foit and Queen
stiects, on FRIDAY, July lath, at 10 a ji.
133 lot NG GOON.
Beg to announce the anival
11!) Days fiom Bicmen, with
Oils & PuintB,
Bags & Bagging,
Cement & Fire Clay,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
-Mgi . A NKJK CoU'ijju on Beio
fiQSTif, r inula stieet near 1111 ol
afiSc stiect, i oiitainln I'mloi, Two
Iteilioouih, lt.illiiooiu, DliilliK-ioiiiii,
I'jntij and Kltelien; .Sci vanl'n Itnoin,
t'aiiiiie llou-o, blable, ete, Tiaiiieais
jmbseveiy ao luiiuites. Apjily ollleo of
this t.iH'r. !.") tf
FOlt HE NT or LEASE
5, & rPUB 1'ieinlRos on Euiiiia
UV - otH'Cl lately oeenpied by
6&Wl-fA. It. Kaoiie, a New and
DcMublo lloiibe font. lining Kltelien,
Itatliiooin, ete , ete. AUo, OntlioiibOs
on the neiniee, will bu leuted or
leaded, l'oissUAblou given 1st of July.
Apply on the piemlftus.
t&0 lui A, 1$. NAOXli.
am i in 1 R 1 ' n Pi
; n t' i v
i y eo&aVu
HAVE OPLNEl) Tlllillt
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaaliumanu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Lane Assiriwt of New Goiis ex "Union."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
New Rugs & Carpets,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
"WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
JP II IS
Oinaineutal! Ei.oiiomic.il & Dm able!
Euuy's Old E&rAMsiini
Ice Gliests & Rufriprators,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantation Tools, Implem mis & Supplies
Paints, Oils & V.unUhes.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s Luhricatijg Oils!
Always the same; made by a special
pioecss and always leliable
Carbolineum Avenarims in Quantities to Suit."
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block, FoitiV) Jleichaut stieets.
e - a
1 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to be Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
a- Tho Adeline Black Flocking. siro Uio Best Made tea
B. Ellltl Ii li
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Coruor Jfm-t Si Ilolel ti-i'i-l w
We Will Sell THIS WEEK at Ke'duoed Prices
WHITE DRESS GOODS, CORSETS, KID GLOVES,
RIBBONS, FANb, ETC., ETC,
grSr I J B O IV I 3 HATS! 2g&
Shoes & Boy's Clothing Etc., Etc.
S. ElIItLIClI & CO.,
Coiner Foit & Hotel stieets,
At Oie.uly lledueeil I'mes.
V ;i .lie l'ortioics. nt Wa I'aii. Black DiaiKil Cijieh foi Ladies, ."JvO Kctluuutl
fiuiu irlf) and !riO.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT CPST.
A new lino of Cliu11ii& at 10c. per y.ud l"2 ineli All Wool Diets
Goods, in 1'l.uii, Sniped .imi (Miet-kid, icdueed fiom
1 to OOo. per y.iicl, .i'
8. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
tar Dressmaking under Uio management ol MISS OLAltlC. -
OF NEW YORK.
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