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Public School Examinations,
Tho Annual Examinations of tho
Public Day Schools in ihu District of
Honolulu will be held ua follows :
SCHOOLS IN THE EKUL1SU LANGUAGE.
On Monday, July lSlli, at Wuilupe,
ICiuuoiliili, Manoa, and Wuikiki-
On Tuesday, July l'Jlh, at Maniues-
ville, Borutaiiiu Street, Jloanalua
and ICulihi-uka Schools.
On Wednesday, July i0lh, at Foit
Stieel and Kauluwela Schools.
On Thursday, July 21st, at tho ltoynl
School and Kulilii-waenii School.
On Friday, July 22d, at the I'ohu-
kuina Girls' School.
&C1IOOI.S IN THE HAWAIIAN LANC.UAOK.
On Monday, .'uly 18th, at the Govern
ment Schoolhouso at Kuwaiahao,
the Common Schools of Kuuina
kapili, Kawuiuliao and llonia V.
AT i:A, WAIANAi: AND KOOLAUl'OKO
On Monday, July 18th, at llakipuu
and Waiahole, Koolaupoko.
On Tuei-diij, July l'Jtli, at ICaneolic
and Wuinianalo, Koolaupoko.
On Wednesday, July 20th, at Makua
and l'okai, Wai.umo.
Oii Thuttday, July 21ft, at Waiawa,
The cxcieifcet- will be free to all, and
will begin at !) o'clock a. .m., on eacli
of tlie days named. The suininor vaca
tion will extend to Monday, the 12th
of September next, on which date a
new term will begin.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Oillco of tho 15ouid of Education,
July 8, 1892. -168 :ii-21) 2t
Tenders for Purchase ol
Notice is heieby gien that undei
authoiity ot Chapter 38, Session Lawn
of 1S88, "An Act to give gieater securi
ty to Depositors in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Rank,'' the l'ostmaster-Gen
oral oilers for sale -toO.OOO of Coupon
Bonds of the Hawaiian Government,
bueh bonds to be issued in the deno
mination of One Thousand Doll.us
each, redeemahle in not less than live
yeais nor more than twenty yo.u,
with interest at six per cent, per an
num, jiayable semi-annually, principal
and interest payable in U. S. gold
coin, the bonds to oxpie&s on their
face that they are issued as security
for the Postal Savings Bank Deposits.
Tenders for tho pui chase of the
whole or any pait of said bonds will
be received at the ofl'ice of the Regis
trar of Public Accounts, Finance De
pal tnicnl, up to 12 o'clock on FKI
DAY, the 1st d.iy of July, 1892.
1 he Postmaster-General does not
bind himself to accept any tender, oi
the whole of any tender.
Dated May 28, 1892.
H. A. Widhmann,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign Afl'airs.
C. N. Si'i:nci:k,
Minister of Intcrioi.
W. Aun'iiN Whiting,
Sale of a Strip of Government
Land at Kalap-ana,
On SATURDAY, July 2U, 1892, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of Ahiolani Hale, will be sold at Pub
lic Auction, a Strip of tho Government
Laud at Jvalapana, Puna, Hawaii, con
taining an area of 10 acres, a little
moi e or less.
Upset Price, $2.00 per acre,
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Inluiioi OHico, Juno 21, 1892.
Sale of a Part of the Govern
ment Lund of Kolo, S,
On SATURDAY, July 21), 1892, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front enhance
of Aliiolani Hale, will bo sold at Pub
lic Auction 200 acres of tho Govern
ment land in Kolo, South Kona, Ha
waii. Upset Price, $500 00,
O. N. KPENOER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oflico, Juno 21, 1892.
J 5(1 :it
CHAS. T. GULKJK, Esq., has this
day been appointed Commissioner of
Private Ways and Water Rights for
the District of Kona, Island of Oahu,
vipe Pieno Jones, resigned.
O. N. SPENOER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ollice, July 11, 1892.
UJi jij jjfcriiS8PPSft&
Foreign Oillco Notice,
Honolulu, July 15, 1S92. (
MIL V. PORTER HOYD 1ms this
day received the oflleial recognition
of Her Hnwaiim Majesty's Govern
ment, as Vico and Deputy Consul
General of tho United States of Am
ciica at Honolulu.
Minister of Foieign Allairs.
Pleitctd to neithrr Sect nor fariy,
Hut rtalitiIiul for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JULY 1G, 1892.
A bill is waiting its turn, to re
quire bio3 oles ami similar vehicles to
carry lights. Their riders should
also be compelled to wear bells.
Mr. J. M. Horner has a hill to
abolish the ollice of assessor on each
island, and have the woik done by
district deputies under the Minister
of Finance. As most that Assizor
does now is to "boss the job" and
draw the lion's share of the emolu
ments, and as the Minister of Fi
nance has the heavy work of his De
partment done by heads of bureaus,
the proposal of Mr. Homer appears
to be in the line of economic reform.
The S. S. Australia biought intelli
gence of the death, at Rerne, Swit
zerland, on June 11, of Mon. Eugene
Roicl. The deceased gentleman was
for many years, and until the lime of
his death, the able and assiduous
Director of the International Bureau
of the Universal Postal Union. He
was also Hawaii's representative at
Postal Union Conventions and in the
Bureau, and in his demise this coun
try sustains the loss of a most capa
ble and watchful representative in
everything appertaining to postal
Mr. Akina litis varied the time
honored attempt to have the Hawai
ian made the binding voision of the
laws. He only wants to make the
Hawaiian version binding in the case
of a law introduced originally in that
language. When a foreign member
introduces a bill whether his foreign
tongue is English or not the English
voision is to be binding. Mr. Akina
means well, but English is still good
enough to bo the standard language
of our laws. When the Ilawaiians
give up their language altogether,
the same as the Scotch and Irish did,
they will have taken their greatest
upward step in civilization.
HILO AND HAMAKUA RAILWAY.
The Ililo and Hamakua Railway
project comes up this session father
ed by Hon. J. M. Horner, who has
introduced a bill pioviding for a na
tional loan of S200.000 for building
the road. There is no question of
the eminent desirability of the
proposed railway, but whether
Mr. llornci's method of getting
it is the best must be argued out. It
is a large undertaking for the Gov
ernment and it is boubtful if the Gov
ernment can accomplish it as eco
nomically as a private corpoiation.
As a private enterprise this railway
pioject originated and was worked
up to the point of being accepted by
public opinion as a certain means of
great internal development. State
ownership of lailways is a moot ques
tion to be decided by the circum
stances of each country wheie it
arises. In some countries railways
are built and maintained satis
factorily by the government, while in
others state railways arc a curse
from their inception onward. Scan
dalous robbery of the public in their
construct ion and corruption and poli
tical favoritism in their operation
when built arc too often the con
comitants of slate railways. Not a
weak argument against the Hawaiian
Government's building of the Ililo
and Hamakua Railway with borrowed
money is that it would be a depart
ure lrom the established policy of
the country. Tho already existing
railways are owned by private cor
porations. Only for ceitain untoward
ciicumslauces the late Samuel G.
Wilder would have had the line
fiom Ililo to Hamakua at least pro
vided for with private capital beforo
his death. What Mr. Wilder so
nearly accomplished should not bo
regarded as impracticable now. The
Government should aid tho work.
One way it could do so would be by
guaranteeing the interest on the
bonds issued for tho railway's con
struction. Miss Mauy Lyli;, lately uook-keopor
with Kguu&Gujm, is ;oparid U iu
steiiogiaphing and typo-writing at
moderate ratefe. Graduate of Heald'a
Business College, San Francisco,
OHico with 0. J. McCailhy, JJ5 Mer
chant street. 2-lm
WHAT DOES A SPUR DO FOR A
Your horse is wenk and weary with
a long day's journey. You have rid
den him since early morning. Im
patient to reach a shelter for the
night, you drive tho spur into his
panting sides. Ho leaps forward,
and for a time trots onward rapidly.
What did the spur do for him? Did it
give him strength? If so, why feed
him? If not, what made him go fast
er? Heru is n short personal state
ment which a mau makes. Try and
see if you can see any likeness be
tween the two cases.
He says: "Up to August, 1885, I
was a strong, healtHy man. At that
time I began to feel tired, dull and
heavy, with a faint, dizzy sensation
as if 1 should tumble down any min
ute. I could not imagine what was
coming over me. Theic was a bad
taste in my mouth, 1113' breath was
bad, and my mouth would often fill
with an offensive slimy matter. My
appetite was poor, and after eating I
suffered great pain, and wind would
roll all over inc. 1 had much pain
at the stomach, and was sick every
morning, and threw up a great deal
of phlegm. I also had a pain like
the thrust of a knife cutting mo be
tween the shoulders and low down iti
the back at the kidneys. Wlicn at
work 1 got tired in live minutes, and
had to stand and rest.
"I kept on with my work, how
ever, for some time as best I could,
for I had a wife and family depend
ing upon me. But it was a hard and
tedious task, as even stooping made
me cry out with pain. After a while
1 grew bo weak I could scarcely
crawl about, and was compelled to
give up my employment. Whon I
ventured out of doors 1 felt so dizzy
that 1 had frequently to stop and
rest for fear of falling, and was so
bad that people would thiuk I was in
drink, and I had often to call at a
chemist's and get a draught to help
me home. I tried herbs and other
medicines, and was attended by a
doctor, but 1 got no better. In this
dead-and-alive way J lingered on
until April, 1890, when my wife got
an almanac from the druggist, and I
read of a eaBC of a railway guard at
Manchester, who had been cured by
a medicine called Mother Seigel's
Curative Syrup after the doctors had
given him up. So I wrote to him,
and he replied that it had cured 'lira
and would do me good. Upon this
1 got a bottle, and after a few doses
I felt better, and by kcepinc; on
using it 1 was soon all right and
back at my work, and have been well
ever since. When 1 feel any signs
of stomach disorder a few doses set
me right directly. I feel very grate
ful for the great benefit I have re
ceived, and wish others who may be
ill to know of it; as, if 1 had known
of Mother Seigel's Syrup at the out
set I would have been saved over
four years' suffering. I have lived
in Birkdale fifteen years, and if any
one writes to me 1 shall be glad to
(Signed) "Thomas Spi:iikin,
"Kitchen Range Setter,
"28, Stamford Road,
Now, where is the likeness between
Mr. Sperrin's experience and our
illustration about the horse? It is
this : The horse gains no new strength
from the application of the spur. Of
course we all see that he cannot.
But the pain arouses him and makes
a draft on his reserved nervous
power with a corresponding degree
of exhaustion to follow. This is al
ways Nature's way. She gives
nothing for nothing. All must be
paid for. Look back at Mr. Sper
rin's statement where he says: "I
kept on at my work, for I had a wife
and family depending on me." That
was his spur. It was work or worse
with him, as it is with mqst of us. But
lie had to pay for laboring when he
was unable, by having to give up
woik altogether, and what the end
would have becii had not Seigel's
Syrup come to the rescue nobody can
say. Possibly the saddest thing wo
can think of. Any way this trium
phant medicine saved him, and he
can work now without a spur.
If the reader also has indigestion
and dyspepsia, witli its painful and
alarming consequences and symp
toms, or knows of another who has,
he will be able to treat himself or
advise his friend.
The Pacific IIakdwakk 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 Avenarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pilla. They
not only physio but cleanse the whole
system and purify tho blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Atients.
at 810 ri.u :uti
UQf Delivered freo in any part of
L. J. LEVEY,
ATi w Comer Fort& Queeu stu,
mii'' v'ffi 1
Audllon Sales by Jamas F. Morglli.
ON MONDAY, JULY 18, 1892,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31,,
At tho Store of Mi:ssits. II. UACKFELI)
A CO., Queen street, I will sell at Pub
lic Auction for account of Whom It may
concern the following
Damaged by salt water on voyage of
importation ex baik "J. U. Pllugor"
f 10m Liverpool via Bremen 1
Ala l'lc 1
H. H. &. CO.
S. A T.
Nos. 1-7058 lulls ea, 1-1 sheets Gft
Cor. Iron, 1H322 lbs, 8-3x210
Nos. 71-12027 bdls ea, 12 sheets 7 ft
Cor. Iron, 022 1 lbs,8-3x21G
Nos. 121-20051 bdls ea, 10 sheets 8 ft
Cor. Iron, 11297 lbs, 8-3x2-10
Nos. 201-50 12 bdls ea, 9 sheets 9 ft
Cor. Iron, 910 libs, 8-:)x2IG
Nos. -158-527 32 bdls ea, LI sheets i ft
Cor. Iron, 7-102 lbs, 8-3x210
Nos. 528-7727 bdls ea, 12 fheets 7 ft
Cor. Iron, 0215 lbs, 8-3x2 IG
Nos. 578-01750 bdls ea. 10 -dieots 8 ft
Cor. Don, 10975 lbs, 8-3.2 IG
Nos. 018-70235 bdls ea, 9 sheets 9 ft
Cor. Iron, 7578 lbs, 8-3x2 IG
Nos. 708-8700 bdls ea, 12 sheets 0 ft
Cor. lion, 11201 lbs, 10-3x21G
Nos. 788-837 10 bdls ea, 10 sheets 7
ft Cor. Iron, 9529 lbs, 10 3x21G
Nos. 838-917 8 tbdls each, 8 shoetR
8 ft Cor. Iron, 18550 lbs, 10-3x2-10
G in diamond;
565 Bids Cement
29 Nests Market Baskets.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS P. MORGAV,
On WEDNESDAY, July 37,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesioom, by older of II. M.
KAPIOLANI, I will aell at
THE LEASE FOR 20 YEARS OF
Adjoiniug the residence of Mr. W. P.
Toler on the east.
The Lots have a frontage of about
81 feet on the Wuikiki road, are about
131 feet deep, with a line fiontage of
81 feet on the beach.
The Lots all have a frontage on an
unrivaled clear sandy beach. The
bathing is firt-class, being among the
best at Waikiki.
ifST" The Lots aio htaked out
marked fiom A to E.
jfiP For fuithcr particulars apply
JAS. F. JVIOItGN,
409 lilt Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Desirable Residence !
On SATURDAY, July 23d,
AT la O'UI.OCK. xoo.v.
At my Salesroom, Queen htieut, I will
sell at Public Auction,
THAT DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
At Palama, tuiioiuin; the residence of
Mr. O. li Dwiglit. and being a portion
of the propei ty of tho Estate of Maria
The Lot 1ms a frontage of 72 feet on
the lane, and Is 10U feet and is 100 feet
deep. Theie Is a
CON VJBNI MNT COTTA K
On the Lot containing 5 Itooms, Dining
room and Kitchen, etc. Tho Lot Is all
funeed : water laid on. An unusual op
portunity to obtain a Convenient lleul
dence. fiSy For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
408 lit Auctionenr
Auction Sales by Lowis J. Levey.
NOTICKUhoiuby given that in ac
cordance with the law In such eases
mado and piovhled, I will cuiku to be
sold the following at tides of Huong
Chang Tong, taken by niu In destralulug
for lent, to wit:
1 Clock, 1 Medicine Cutter, 1 Itnmboo
Lounge, 1 .Step Ladder, 1 KoldingTablo,
U Sipim e Tables, 'i I halts, i Stools, 1
Lamp and a ijuiuitlty of Medicines and
3t Said sale will take place at the
Auction Milesiootus of Luwis .1. Li:vkv,
Auctioneer, corner of Foit and Queen
stieets, on FJtlD.vV, Julv BUth, at 10
a. in. NG GOON.
nESlDENOE of Win,
Li. Atwatcr situated on
Kimtu htrt'et nearcorucr I'cn-
hacola Mieut. Inquire of
Wi 1 w WM. 0. AT WATER.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 80
KBCIAItl A. McCBJKUY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLIARSi
lis New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
1ST For full particulars apply to
as. 33. J.--Sr
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
Don't lie DficeiTBu!
In seeking a medium wherein to adver
WARES or WANT
Don't be deceived by the declarations of
unsenipulous publisher, but
examine into the
Of the two English dallies. You will
Ibid that while the Huli.utin is
not continually boasting,
IT OETS THERE
In a way very gratifying to advertisers.
The undersigned having been appointed
sole agents for the Hawaiian
For tho Celebrated
From the works of
BURHAM, WILLIAMS & 00.,
Are now prepared to tjive estimates and
receive orders for these engines, of any
size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotivk Wokks
aio now inanuiactuilng a style of Loco
motive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
leeelved at these Islands, and we will
have pleasuic in furuis'liiiig plantation
agents ami managers with particulars
The superiority of Oii-po Locomotives
over all other makes is not only known
hero but is acknowledged tlnonghout
the United States.
Wm. O. IRWLV & Vo., L'd,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Island:.
The PiinceYille Plantation Cos
Now In posehslou of CIiiib. Koulliutr.
Tins if a Complete Suar Ketutu, wllli
Now Diffusion Works, capable of uml;
iii 12 tons of suar each 24 hours.
The Lauds tiro all fenced, and Ditches
and Flumes aio all in order for irrigating-
Tliero aio Houses for Manager, and
Overeeeis, and Laborers; Rail Trucks
for truuspoitatlou, and Implements. All
will be leased for a lei m of vuais,
Thmu aio 2.10 Acies of Hunt C.uiu and
1M0 Acies of. Kirnt Riittoonh to cut off
In December and .January next. Also
Oxen and Mules, all of which can bu
UST I'oMissblou to be Riven
ThU affoids a Hue oppoitunity for a
co-operativu couipauy to be organised.
&- For terms, which will bo coin
iiieusuratu to tint times, apply to
W. F. ALLEN,
President 1'. 1. Co., over Bishop it
Co.' Dank. 24-4 1
HAVE OPENED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahuiuaiiu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Large Aswlool of New Goods u "Biinore."
Royal WorcBster, Crown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Waro.
Uew Rugs & Carpels,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARIi:, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
gCS PRIO K K EDUOB O . 2
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Port Street, Honolulu.
'X II 12
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old Estaulisiikd
In Gtais k Refrigerators,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plaatation Tools, Implenrints & Supplies
I'aiuts, Oils & Varuisbes.
Vacaum Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils I
Always tbe same; nude by a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HA11DWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins Now Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to bo Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
flSTTIie Adeline Black Stocking? nro Ihe Best Made -a
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner IToi'L to Hotel S-ti-eots
We Will Sell THIS WEEK at Reduced Prices
WHITE DRESS GOODS, CORSETS, KID GLOVES,
RIBBONS, FANb, ETC., ETC,
Uc PIOWU) 1L-8L A.TS ! "2Ja
Shoes & Boy's Clothing; Etc., Etc.
S. EIIRLICII & CO.,
Coiner Foit & Hotel streets.
At (lioatly lieduccil 1'ricuu.
01. ji .lie Portions at ifO a Pair. Ulack Headed Capos for Lailics, $5 Itcduceri
fium $15 and $20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A now lino of Cliallics. at lOo. per yard. -12-inoh All Wool Druts
UoocIb, in Plain, Striped and Checked, reduced fiom
.$1 to GOo. por yaid, at
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
BT" UroBsmnkiiiK under the xuamigemeut of MISS CJiAKK. -J
XLIUUJJiEJMUA UHUtV I1HM