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Tomlurs lor Purchase ol
Notice is hereby ghen thnt undei
authority of Chapter 38, Session Lawn
of 1888, "An Act to give greater securi
ty to Depositors in tho Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank' tho Postniabloi-Gen
efal oll'ora for sale $50,000 of Coupon
Bonds-of tho Hawaiian Government,
such bonds to be it-sued in the deno
mination of One Thousand Dollars
eaeh, redeemable in not less than live
years nor niuio than twenty years,
with inleresl at six per cent, per un
man, payable semi-annually, principal
and interest payable in U. S. gold
coin, the bonds to e.xptess on theii
face that they aio issued as seeurit
for the Postal Savings Bank Deposits.
Tenders for the purchase of the
whole or any pait of said bonds will
be icceived at the ofllco of the Kogis
ir.ir uf Public Accounts, Finance De
partment, up to l"2 o'clock on FRI
DAY, the 1st day of July, 181)2.
The I'ostmaster-Ceneiul does not
bind himself to accept any tender, oi
the whole of any tender.
Dated May 28, 18J2.
Appro ed :
H. A. WlDlIMANN,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foieign Allaire.
C. N. Sl'UNCKH,
Minister of Interior.
V. Austin Whhing,
Sale of a Strip of Government
Land at Kalapana,
On SATURDAY, July 23, 1S92, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of Aluolaui Hale, will bo sold .it Pub
lic Auction, a Strip of tho Government
Land at K.ilapan., Puna, Hawaii, con
taining an area of 10 acres, a little
more or less.
Upset Price, $2.00 per acie.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the ltiteiior.
Interior Ollice, June 24, 1892.
Sale of a Part of the Govern
ment Land of Eolo, S.
On SATURDAY, July 23, 1892, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale, will bo sold at Pub
lic Auction 2(30 acres of tho Govern
ment land in Kolo, South Kona, Ha
waii. Upset Price, $500 00.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Intciior Office, June 21, 1892.
Parties having or holding unpaid
bills agai'ist tho Boaid of Health foi
services l endured or supplies pur
chased during the Biennial Period
ending March 31, 1892, aio hereby
requested to leave all such bills at
the ollice of the Boaid of Health,
otherwise they could not be paid.
President Board of Health.
Honolulu, July 18, 1892.
474 31-30 3t
Restoration Day, July 31nt, falling
this year on Sunday, MONDAY,
August 1, 1892, will bo observed as a
National Holiday, and all Govern
ment Oillces throughout tho King
dom will bo closed on that day.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interim.
Interim Office, July 19, 1892.
C1IAS. T. GULIOK, Esq., has this
day been appointed Commissioner of
Private Ways and Water Rights for
the District of Kona, Island of Oiihu,
vice Pieno Joiuv, leagued.
O. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllco, July 14,1892.
P. M. KALUNA, Esq., has this day
been appointed a Notary Public for
the Second Judicial Circuit of thu
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, July 18, 1892.
OLD RAGS WANTED.
Clean white rags suitable for
bandages are wanted for use at tho
Bishop Homo and the Boys' Homo,
Leper Settlement, Molokai. Ring up
281 Mutual telephone and they will
bo sent for, or leave tho same at the
ollice of lite Board of Health or at J.
T, Watei house's, Queen street.
MH.JtfJ'.fc3BBgF. . li WSH Ti yTTTSi
r i x-;
Pirtijii'd to uttth'r Urct no fi?ty,
Hut established for the hrnttxl of all.
1UESDAY, JULY 10, 18D2.
Mr. loscpa would scorn, from his
interpolation of the Minister of the
Intciior, to be contemplating tho
establishment of nn advertising
agency. He can have the Bulletin's
rates on application, and is assured
in udvnnce he will not be charged
more than the Government, besides
having agent's commission.
Colonel Norris a while ago adver
tised that he would give away a large
qunnlily of wood for firewood or
charcoal making purposes to Portu
guese. He had no application for
the wood and is not a little surprised
in view of the hard times at the
ignoring of an opportunity for a free
speculation in fuel. Perhaps those
to whom the oiler was made were
afiaid thai the labor in gatherim; the
wood and cost of transpoi'.a ion
would leave them a margin of profit
loo small to he woith the seeking.
The Californian Illustrated Maga
zine for July is a fine number in des
criptive articles. "Pompeii," fully
illustrated by recent photographs, is
contributed by J. J. Pealficld. "In
the Yosemite," by Charles T. Gor
don, is illustrated from paintings by
Tlior, Dahlgren and Brown, and from
photographs by Tabor. Other lavish
ly embellished articles are: "Phre
nix, Arizona," by E. S. Gill, Adju
tant General of Arizona ; "A South
ern California Mountain Railroad
(Pasadena)," by Olaf Ellison ; "The
Schools of San Francisco," by Fred.
II. Hackett; "My Studio at Mon
terey," by Paul Vandyke; "Through
Lake County in a Six-in-hand," by
George Charles Brook. There is a
second instalment of the important
discussion, "Shall We Educate our
Politicians?"' which might be useful
to Hawaiian students of politics, by
Caspar T. Hopkins. In fiction and
poetiy the magazine maintains its
usual brightness. Both in literary
ability and aitistio illustration the
Californian, although only in its
second volume, takes rank with the
chief magazines of the United States,
which nobody denies lead the world.
Counter Suit or Col. Xnriin Against
3Iuiluuie de Ilcrlilny.
Wong Kwork Hang was convicted
of embezzlement by a foreign jury
before Judge Dole at term this morn
ing. A. S. Hartwell assisted the
piosceution, while C. W. Ashford
conducted the defense.
This aftei noon the famous Hcrb-Iay-Norr'i3
case, in reversed older, is
being heard before a foreign juiy.
Samuel Norris had final judgment
entered against him a while ago, at
the suit of Emily Ilerblay of New
Yoik, for a large sum, being princi
pal and interest for a loan alleged to
have been made many years ago in
New York. After the suit was en
tered Col. Norris advertised his pro
perty in this kingdom for sale. In
response to this the plaintiff brought
suit to have the defendant placed in
bankruptcy so that his property
could not be sold while the suit was
pending. Now Col. Norris becomes
plaintiil for $5000 damages against
Emily de Ilerblay for the attempt to
put him in bankruptcy. There is a
hugo raft of counsel on either aide,
drawing two legal lights from their
legislative diitie3. For the plaintiff
there are Hartwell, Hatch and David
son; for the defendant, Neumann,
Thurston and Frear.
The following names, not Includ
ing steerage passengers, are register
ed at the ollice of W. G. Irwin & Co.,
to leave by the S. S. Australia to
morrow for the Coast:
Miss M Crowley, J Groig, E M Mar
shall, Miches Mclutyie, Miss A Maud,
Mrri M M Scott and 3 ehildien, T
Brown, Ch.iiliu Cowan, Miss A Kelly,
Mrs 8 Taylor and 2 children, Mrs 11
riponuur, Mrs Layton, Miss Brodie,
.Miss B Ramsdell, Miss B CumiuiugK,
Richard N Webster, F Tin rill, Prof J
Keep, D W Kiator, G Vorlsman, R
Ilalstead, Chas llydo, II Earlsclifl'e,
Mrs Beckwith, J B Athertou, Mrs
Peterson, Mrs Thos Maddock, F M
Soincrs, Mis V Spaulding and maid,
Mm M J Kellv, Geo E Fairohihl and
wire, Arthur Baldwin, T O'Brien, W
A Chance, W H Chanco, Mies Gould,
Ben llollidav, tho Misses Fairchild,
DrW W Winter and wife, Geo II
Mixer, S Cunningham and wifo, Miss
Genie Leckie, Mis Hamilton Spoucer.
The Prohibition Convention at Cin
cinnati has nominated General John
Hidwell of Caljfornia for l'resideut
and Dr. J. JL CranfilJ of Texas for
Vice-President. Tho plutforji) re
fused to indorse free coinage after
a spirited debate,
Fur Mouldings, Frames,
Pastels, Arte types, Photo
gravures, Etchings and
everything in the line of
pictures, go to King Bros.,
LIFE LINE PRACTICE.
Pedplp nt the Hlnnchtcr Ifotiftc Mdirt.
li-il by tho Arrival of tho MIsnIIc.
There was a large group from
shore to seo tho life-lino throwing on
board the Oceanic Co.'s steamer
Australia at 9:30 this morning;. His
Excellency Samuel Parker, Minister
of Foreimi Affairs, lions. W. II.
Cornwall and John Richardson, Capt.
IloutUette of the Australia, Messrs.
Henry Waterhouse, Sam. Carter, W.
C. King, Fred. Turrill, Commodore
King and Capt. Davies of Wilder's
S. S. Co., Mr. Fred. Whitney of
the Oceanic S. S. Co.'s office, and
the editor and the reporter of the
Bulletin among othcis viewed the
operation. Chief Olllcer Lawless of
the Australia was gunner for the oc
casion. He loaded a neat little brass
mortar with four ounces of powder
the smallest charge used and a long
bullet coue-ahaped at each end, at
tached by a piece of wire to a coil of
small hempen line wound up in a
tub outside of the ship's rail. The
gun was pointed to throw the lino
over the cattle pen in the direction
of the beach close to the slaughter
house at Iwilei. It was supposed
from former experiments that the
bullet would fall in the water mid
way between, the cattle pen and
slaughter house. A boat's crew
was therefore awaiting at one side
of that point the arrival of the
missile. The mortar was lashed to the
rail and sand bags were placed to re
ceive the recoil. When all was ready
the spectators were directed to stand
aside and watch for the flight of the
bullet. Mr. Lawless inserted a short
fuse and lit it. Iu a few seconds
there was a sharp detonation and the
line was seen to break halfway to the
cattle pen, while the bullet with a
vibratory motion was visible career
ing over the reef. , Then a cloud of
dust was observed' flying as high as
the slaughter hou3o a few yards east
ward of the building on the beach.
A parcel of dogs in the locality
darted off, scattering in all direc
tions, and a moment later a number
of people emerged from the slaughter
house as if stricken with some sud
den alarm. Capt. Crane of the
water works service was in the vicin
ity on horseback, and securing the
missilo brought it into town and to
the police station. The bullet is 15
inches long and weighs 17 pounds.
Another experiment was going to be
tried with tho mortar turned iu a
direction where it would not endanger
any people on shore, but Hon. W. G.
Irwin arriving on board ordered that
further experiments should be con
ducted on the reef at the quarantine
station, so as to be absolutely devoid
of danger to the public. The dis
tance traversed by the bullet was
fully half a mile, and it went so far,
no doubt, on account of losing all
checks except natural ones bjr the
breaking of the line. It was the
link of wire that broke, what never
happened in previous experiments.
ST. LOUIS COLLEC
i:nmliintloiiH in I'roirri'HH--- Kiue
Npi'clnieiirt ol I) nwlnc.
Examinations iu the lower grades
of St. Louis College commenced yes
terday and were continued to-day. A
visit was paid the examination hall
this morning for an inspection of
drawings and penmanship by the
diffeient classes. There were free
hand drawings of animals, armored
warriors and woodland scenes, also
colored maps of the different islands
in the group. Special mention must
be made of fiee hand drawings by
Frank Kuroda and James Lane, who
graduate this year. Kuroda exhi
bited two exceptionally beautiful
drawings of two bucks, fighting with
each other, in one scene, and, in the
other, when both are dead, after the
conflict. These scenes were drawn
by Kuioda at home without the as
sistance of the drawing master,
Brother Frank. A woodland scene
by moonlight drawn by James Lano
looks as natural as the original and
rellects great credit on the young
artist. J. Crowder, J. Lino, B.
Apiki, Cooper and otheisof the first
class had also on exhibition some ex
cellent reproductions of the pen and
pencil. The map drawings were ex
cellent illustrations of the proficiency
of the young artists. There are four
classes in drawing and penmanship,
taught by Brothers Frank, Martiii,
Joseph and Michael, and these teach
eis merit great praise for tho young
artists' splendid progress.
At the time of tho reporter's visit
the 2d grammar class, under Biother
Henry, was being examined in Eng
lish grammar, geography local and
foreign mental arithmetic, the dif
ferent lessons being interspersed with
recitations and instrumental selec
tions piuno and violin by the
pupils. The declamations by the
little fellows were good, and the
quick and correct answers to mental
problems were very creditable. A
dialogue between two nalivo boys
was laughable iu tho cxtrcmo and
was thoroughly enjoyed. Tho Bro
thers were courteous us usual.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. J. II. Heist takes this means
of returning to Mr. Alex. Lylo her
heaitfelt thanks for his activity in
jumping into tho water to savo her
little daughter, and for bringing
what sadly proved to be its lifeless
body ashore; also, her deepest grati
tude to the ladies whose tender and
willing hands prepared the body for
burial, and to all the kind friends
who in many ways showed their sym
pathy with her in fcr great and sud
The beat spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physio but cleanse the whole
system and purify tho blood. For
sale by Henson, binith & Co., Agents.
The Pacific Hardware Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of tho well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sots, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Cnrbolincum Avcnailus by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
A traveling man who chanced to
bo In the store of E. V. Wood, at
McKees Rocks, Pa., says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came In witlnan empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it is
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
W. F. REYNOLDS, PuoiMUirron.
Solo Agent for tho
Domestic Sewing; MacMie
This Machine ib now improved o
as to make either Chain Stitch oh
Lock Stitch. It stands at tho head
NEEDLES and ATTACHMENTS
for all kinds of Machines.
Sewing Machines of all kinds
BJ3F" Don't forget that this is posi
tively HqCASII STORE no private
individual can obtain Ciedit. Every
thing therefore Ciii:ai
Stationery and Blank Cooks!
GUITARS, from $4.00 up.
Furneaux's Beautiful Views of the
Lawn Tennis Rackets and Balls.
Base Balls and Bats.
Popular Bound Books
At 35 Cents Each.
NOVELS! NOVELS! NOVELS!
jfP?"Special Arrangements for school
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancj' Goods.
We make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and are now
ready to take ordcis in that line.
A brand new stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies and other
artistic goods arc- offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
T. l SKVKUIN.
A, W. II (1 1.81X11,
Fort Street, over F. Gcrtz's Shoo S'oro.
View, Landscape & Portrait 1
Views of the Island
Constantly. on Hand
Natives Mukiii'; Pol, Grass Iloiues, Ha
waiian Stylo Killing, llnluliulii Ounceis,
Coeoanut Gloves. Palm & Hate Gloves,
Stieet Views & Uulldlngs, War Vessels,
Shipping & Marino Views, Etc., Etc.
BSir Alno a Largo Collection of all
Prominent and liitcicstlng Views of the
Hawaiian Islands either Mounted or
HOOKS OF HAWAIIAN VIEWS
Made up to older at the most Kca-
sonable Kates hi llouolulu.
Cabinets $6 and $5 a Dozen.
4fi(Jl tor P. O. UOX -138 rtf
COTTAGE on Eiiiina street, lately oc
cupied by Mr. McCarthy. Rent $30
per month and water rate.
COTTAGK on King street, Kowalo,
lately occupied by Mr, Claionco
Crabho, Rent $25 per mouth and
water rato. 44a I in
rPHE WEEKLY BljLLltlN-28
1 columns of Interesting reading
matters. 'Mailod to foreign countries.
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Aiifitlon Sabs by James F. Morgan.
Leases of Mkm Site
On WEDS USD AY, July 27,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, bv order of II. M.
KAPIOLANI, I will sell at
THE LESbE FOR 20 YEARS OF
Adjoining tho residence of Mr. W. P.
Tolcr on the east.
The Lots have a frontage of about
81 feet on the Waikiki road, are about
131 feet deep, with a lino frontage of
81 feet on the beach.
The Lots all have a fi outage on an
unrivaled clear sandy beach. The
bathing is first-clusc, being among tho
best at Waikiki,
fl5ff" Tho Lots are staked out
marked fiom A to E.
gjSF" For fui (her particulars apply
J AS. P. MORGAN,
100 13t Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Desirable Residence !
On SATURDAY, July 2'3d,
AT 12 U'ULUVK X4OV.
At my Salesroom. Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
THAT DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
'At Palama, adjoining the icidcnee of
Mr. C. U Dwiglit. and being a portion
of the propci ty of the Estate of Mai la
The Lot lias a frontage of I'l feet on
the lane, and Is 100 feet and is 100 feet
deep. There is a
On the Lot containing 5 Jtooms Dining
room and Kitchen, etc. The Lot'is all
fenced: water laid on. An unusual op
poitunity to obtain a Convenient Resi
dence. Qr" For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auction Sales by Lowis J. Levey.
NOTICE H heieby given that in ac
cordance Willi the law in such cases
uiado and piovided, I will cause to he
sold the following m tides of lloong
Chang Tong, taken by me in destraiuiug
for lent, to wit:
1 Clock, 1 Medicine Cutter, 1 Bamboo
Lounge, IStcp I,addur, 1 KoldlngTublo,
iiSqunie 'fables, 2 ( hairs, 2 Stools, 1
Lamp and a quantity of Medicines and
r-5? Said sale will take place at the
Auction Salesiooius of Lr.wib J. Lr.vr.v,
Auctioneer, corner of Foit and Queen
stieets, on FJUD.vY, July 2!lth, at 10
a. in. NG GOON.
H. HAOKFELD & 01
OFFER FOlt SALE
AN ASS-OUTMENT 01'
Genie Italian Beers!
Comprising the following Cele- t
Now being landed ox "J. C. Plluger."
rpVO Nicely Furnished
1 Rooms centrally located.
i Eiiqulio J!ui.u:tin
R& , 1M JOELY Fui nished Cottage
Jt'yXU IN at Maklki near Heieta
bSSsSBJ1 nla-street ear. Rent 10.00.
Apply this olljeu. 401 tf
DUVAL PREMISES, Ul
Iteretania stieet, opnor
site Foit-EticetChiueli, Ap
R. I. LILLIK,
At Then. 11. niwle ,V Co,
.imjt, NICE CottJgo on Ilere
ffz& J,. tanla stieet near PllLol
iSSSMOe stieet, containing I'uilor, Two
licdruoiiiN, llathroom, Diiiln'ioom,
Pantry and Kitchen; Servant's Room,
Can laire House. Stable, etc. Traincars
pass every 20 ifllmites. Apply ofllco of
' tills paper, ' ' ' " " Wtl'
TEMPLE OF FASHION
We Will Sell THIS WEEK at Reduced Prices
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New Goods ! -:- New Goods I
Pongee I)rapeiii,., 1'oitirio, I'lut-apple Ti"mit Satteens,
White Dress Goods in Checked and Mripod.
JAPANESE CORDED CREPE.
liMllGD , UaiLUABll 0
gX& A Great Variety and Low Prices. jS2!
A FINE LINE IN ZEPHYRS, CRETONNE, ETC., ETC.
TSntlniiig- !sr?aitt isn 4. Jo i. Co si j3.b!1 Wool!
For Ladies, Gents and Children.
tif Call and see our New Goods I
B. F. EHLERS & GO., 99 FORT S
W3 UrPRHmaMuK undnr the inniiiigpinptit of MISS OLATUt. l
HAYE OPENED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahunianu Street, Ground Floor, ith a
Large Assortment if to Goods u "Bohum."
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine "Ware.
lew Rugs Sl Carpets,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
gns JP JR, 1 0 JM W
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Ornamental! Economical & Durablu!
Eddy's Old Estaiii.ishkd
Ice Chests & RefflEBrators,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantation Tools, Implem wis & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Yacuum OH Co.'s Lu'irtcatlug Oils!
Always tho sumo; iniulo hv a special
piocess and ahvuys i enable.
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWABB CO., L'd.,
Cummins Now Block, Fort& Mei chant stieets.
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to bo Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
r For Ladies, Gent'e'nen, Misses & Children,
Tn,. fill. A -- V-1 tt - - Vl
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CHILDREN'S S-'Os.S !
EILRLIC1I & CO.,
Corner Koit & Hotel tri'ifs
Al INFANTS' WEAR!
Etc., Etc., Etc.
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