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Notice is hereby given Umi undei
ntitliurity of Clnipict US, So;i u l.nwv
of lttbS,"Au Act mgiu yiiMtu rccuil
ty toLVpuMioiiu tlif llawniiii . l'ojiiu
Savings IluiiU, ' the ltilinu? t-Ueii
ernl oirers for gale $50,000 of Couj un
Bonds of the Hawaiian Government,
fcuch bonds to be istued in the dene
wination of One Thousand Doll it?
each, ledeeninble in not less than ti
yeais nor inoio than' twenty you t ,
with in tot est ut six per eont. per an
num, payable feoini-annunlly, principal
and interest payable in U. S. gold
coin, thu bunds to express on their
face that they are isaued us, security
foi the Postal Savings Bank Deposits.
Tenders for the purchase of the
whole or any part of s.ud bonds will
bo received, at the ollice of the .Regis
trar of Public Accounts, Finance l)e-
paitinent, up to 12 o'clock on FRI
DAY, the 1st day of July, 1892.
The Postninstoi-General does not
bind himself to accept any tender, oi
the whole of any tender.
WALTER 11 ILL,
Dated May 28, 1SD2.
II. A. WllWMANN,
Minister of Finance.
Miimlcr of Foreign AU'aiis.
C. N. Sl'KNCKlt,
Minister of Interior.
V. Austin Whiting,
Sale of Loaso of the Pacific- Mad
On THURSDAY, Aug. IS, 1S02, at
12 o'clock noon, at the fiont entrance
of Ahiolaui Hale will be sold at Public
Auction the lease of the Pacific Mail
"Waiehouso, situate on the Esplanade,
Term Lease for years.
Upset price, $300 per .umuni, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Possesion of thu above Warehouse
will be given October 2S, 1S!)2.
C. N. SPENCER.
Minister of the Intel ior.
Interior Ollice, July 19, 1802.
Sale of a Strip of Government
Land at Kalapina,
On SATURDAY, July 23, 18i2, .it
12 o'clock noon, at the front unti.uin
of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at Pub
lic Auction, a Strip of the Uocruiueni
Land at K.d.ipan.i, Puna, Hawaii, con
turning an area of 10 acres, a liltk
jnore or lers.
Upset Piice, $2.00 ptr acre.
C. N. SPENCER,
M niibtor of the lutciior.
Interior Ollice, June 2-1, 18!)2.
Sale of a Part of the Govern
ment Land of Kolo, S.
On SATUKDAY, July 23, 1S92, at
12 o'clock noon, at the fiont enhance
of Aliiolani Halo, will be sold at Pub
lic Auction 200 acres of the Govern
ment land in Kolo, South Kona, Ha
waii. Uphct 1j ice, $500.00.
0. N. SPENCER,
Miniblcr of the Interior.
Intel ior Oilice, June 21, 1802.
Parties having or holding unpaid
bills against the lloaid of Health for
services icndeied or supplies pup
cluibeil during tho Biennial Period
ending March 31, 1802, are hoiehy
lcqucbtul to leave all such bills at
tho ollice of tho Boaid of Health,
othoiwico they could not be paid.
President Boaid of Health.
Honolulu, July 18, 1892.
-17-1 31-30 3t
Restoration Day, July 31st, falling
this year on Sunday, MONDAY,
August 1, 1802, will boobteived as a
National Holiday, and all Govern
ment Oilices throughout the King
dom will be closed on that day,
O, N. &PENOER,
Minister of the Intoiior.
Interior Oilice, July 10, 1802.
P. M. K A LUNA, Esq., has this day
been appointed a Notary Public for
the Hecond Judicial Circuit of the
O. N. HPKNOEJt,
Minister of the lutciior.
liiUjiior Ojlico, July 18, 18U2.
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Plcth'rd to tlnthr Sect net- Party,
lint f.itabli'lrtl to" the nm-it nfall.
W12DNKSIUY, .ItJLY '20, IBM.
II. I). M. S. Clutnplon has gone to
annex tjnlm-t'm I -.land tj Qiccn
Victoria's l niiinl itis. Tim island is i
a uorul reef lyi ij: ulnui 20 digroes
snuihinterl.v twin Honolulu, with
Wilson i-luud tilimut direel'y be
tween. 1' i in a direct line heuee
In the H.idAclc chain, the Marshall
group, ai d Austruliu. What John
Hull waul-to do with the island re
mains to be seen. Pethaps make
ii u c ible reeling place and a mid
Oco.inic coa'uig station.
A NOTED TRAVELER.
The editor of the Bluxtin felt
honored to-day in receiving a visit,
from Mous. Jules Disfontaines, in
troduced by Mons. Vizavoun, ailing
French Commissioner. Mous. Des
fontaines is making a second circuit
of the globe, picking out mostly odd
and out-of-the-way countiies as rest
ing places. From hence he will go
by way of Japan and China into the
little known lands of the Orient.
The following sketch of M. Dcs
fonlaincs's eaieer is from a recent
article in the San Francisco Chroni
cle: "Jules Dcsfontaines is a trim
joui'g l'ri hclnnan, who is a born
traveler. Ill-, home is at Nantes,
I'lanev, v.l.eio his wealthy father
live- : t the (.bateaux de Champeaux.
In 1 .So i he son determined to go
aiouiul the world, but his parents
objected, lie would go, but his
irritated father would only allow
him 100 francs, or S20 a mouth.
On this he staited out, and succes
sively visited Tunis, Tripoli, the
Sahara, Egypt, Nubia and Palestine.
Then he started round the southern
hemisphere and spent a good deal of
lime in Madagascar, Australia, Ta
hiti, Cook's utchipclago and other
islands of Polynesia, and continued
I)-way of the Straits of Magellan
and Biazil. He occupied forty
mouths on his journey and traveled
18,000 leagues. Ilis'S20a month
proved insulllcient at times at the
best he could do, and in Australia he
herded sheep for a time to get need
ed funds, lie hoped that the fatted
calf would be killed when he return
ed home, but the old gentleman was
a tntle icy. The Geographical So
ciety of Nantes, however, invited him
to lecture, and this he continued at
various points with much success.
He was sent from Nantes as a dele
gate to the National Geographical
Congress at Rochefort, and soon his
(nine as a traveler reached Paris. A
lew months ago ho published in Paris
an inteiesting and successful book,
r.i'y Mouths of Travel on One
dimmed Fiancs a Month.' "
M. Disfnnlaines started on his
puscul iiiiiud last wiuter. His father
has raised Ins allowance to $700 a
year. He is a scientist as well as a
uavelei. and in his wanderings has
eulheed a great many of nature's
ettriositiej. A strange ambition pos
sesses Iii in of organizing in the United
States a powerful expedition to ex
plore New Guinea, with the expedi
tion to he led by an American girl.
M. Desfoutaines is a slender, tall
and energetic man, with dailc eyes
(Hied with an earnest look.
FORT STREET SCHOOL
Kiim-HHlul r.xuiiiliiulloiiH of !) Me
Closing examination exercises be
gan in Fort-street school at 1) a. in.
to-day. Principal M. M. Scott was
unavoidably absent, owing to the
leaving ol his wife and children by
the Mi-umir for the Coast. Mr.
Light h (-1, vice principal, managed
n. e ( mti i-e-i with ability, assisted
ii .Mi. AiKinon, Inspector-General.
A latf:c iitnii'.er of visitors attended.
Tiic h -p cior-General and visitors
t'liiiiiii'd ai will through the depart
iiii iit-, examining the work finished
and in ptocess. Much admit ation
was expressed for the literary work
done in the principal's room, and
exercises in geometry were perform
ed with facility in the same place.
Mr. Lightfoot's algebra class was
especially commended amongst
others that showed to his credit.
There were elocutionary recitations
in various rooms. Original compo
sitions in all were found of a high
class. Miss Courscii, teacher of the
primary giade, almost outdid her
previous successes, getting very
'cute compositions from tho wee
tots, -iiupiomptu, on pictures cut
Foil stieet has un excellent staff.
One reason for the uniformly good
quality of its results as u whole is
probably due to the fact that changes
in tho personnel of its teachers arc
rare, while the piincipul having held
on these many years moulds every
thing according to u well-conceived
and well-urticulaled system. The
stuff is composed as follows: Prof.
M. M. Scott, Principal ; Mr. J.
Lightfoot, Vice-Principal ; Miss L.
lit own, Mrs. Peck, Miss Carter,
Mi. Moore, Miss Walker and Mi&3
TM BUULETIN 1 the leading
rX. r UiUJy IWIC'" of'MJ0 Kll'iSdcmi. 60
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fr..'qJ - ,.J - "'wyvf'"'""wVl !""
CrriUt ntiV Wni k I)iim- ititlie Nnbur
li i . I'ii I) Me. m-IiimiIn
Tiicdny morning the nrnt little
hinlilinir which 0"i under the above
title pi wilted an unwound air of
bustle and ocitcineiit, the cause be
ing the annual public examination of
the scholars. Slioilly after U o'clock
the examination was in full swing.
A little elas of tots was piescnled
before the assembled i cations and
ft lends by Mn. 1'ine liookauo, who
nblv usUU Ml-s IJ. Thmiipoii ill!
niiucitial, in conducting the schunl
Kwoie- in leading, wiiiinn mid
:ti ilium tic by the pi unary elates f !-
ou'wl. '1 In woiK in all ea-ies snowed
lltal careful liainitig and haul woik
had been done by both teachers and
childi en during the pa9t year. Tho
ease and rapidity with which the
children answered thu questions put
to them showed considerable acquain
tance with the subject. An interval
of very pleasant singing by the
classes and the combined school fol
lowed, ami then the principal's
classes were examined in language,
spelling, arithmetic, reading, etc.
Some excellent lessons were given
and the result showed exceedingly
good and diligent work on the part
of the teacher with such young child
ren. The school numbers in all
about thirty, and the premises were
nicely decorated witli leis, ferns and
llowers. The sitting capacity of the
building was crowded with relatives
and friends assembled to see the
progress of the pupils, and the
vciandtih and yard were similarly
On arriving on Tuesday at this
school we found no special prepara
tions made for show, but as the prin
cipal, Mr. A. J. ilson, explained,
the ordinary cvery-day work was
what ho desired to exhibit and not
any specially prepared work for the
day. Upon enteriug, about forty
pupils were found seated busily en
gaged in various studies. The princi
pal explained that a large number
were absent engaged in conveying
bananas to Honolulu for shipment by
steamer the following day, their
parents Portuguese being the
principal cultivators of that fruit in
the neighborhood of Honolulu. Look
ing round the room the blackboards
were seen covered with really excel
lent writing by the pupils. At a
sign from the principal tho junior
class in his room stepped up to the
boaids, erased the fine work already
there, and proceeded to do equally
as line work in the shape of arith
metical problems, dealing with sums
veiy large in proportion to the size
of the scholars. These problems
were their own composition and
showed a good acquaintance with
English and a thorough knowledge
of the primary principles of arith
metic. Exercises in reading and
writing words diaciitically marked
followed in which the same thoiough
ness was seen. In the piimary room
Mrs. AVilson, who ably assists her
husband, showed some splendid
samples of wiiting by little tots
scarce 'higher than the desks they
sat at and some specimens of
drawing on the blackboaids that
would have done credit to grown up
persons. In both rooms many little
helpful devices for rapid woik con
structed by Mr. Wilson fiora his own
idea3 were seen a thing seldom
to be seen in schools where teachers
are content to go on m the old ruts.
Mrs. Wilson showed some elegant
specimens of needle work and plain
sewing done by the female pupils
under her instructions. The school
as a whole has done as good work as
any in the district and throughout
the school u thorough working and
painstaking attention to detail was
exhibited with good results in every
case. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, who
leave shortly for their home in the
States, have every reason to be proud
of their woik for the past year in the
A CURIOUS STRANGER.
It may not be generally known
that there is a live alligator measur
ing about five feet in a pond in the
St. Louis College grounds. It was
brought hero from New Orleans by
some of tho Brothers of the institu
tion several years ago when but a
baby, and has survived and attained
its present size. The reptile is kept
iu a pond of fresli water and fed with
raw meat, although sometimes three
months will elapse without its eating
anything. At night it seeks seclu
sion in the water, allowing only its
two nostrils to appear above the sur
face. Many have visited the College
grounds to see this stranger to Ha
waii and wonder to Hawaiians.
Brother George of the College has
two thoroughbred fan-tailed pigeons,
Mr. ,1. P. Blaizo, an extensive real
estule dealer in l)es Moines, Iowa,
nurrowly escaped oim of the severest
attacks "of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says the Suturduy
lleoiew. Mr. Blaizu had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unablu to get warm, and in
side of mi hour after his return he
was threatened with a sovere case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaize
scut to the nearest diug store and
got u hotllu of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which ho had oflcn
heard, and took a number of laigo
doses. He says the effect was won
derful and that in a short time lie
was breathing quito easily. Ho kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able to cumo to Des Moines.
Mr. Blntee regaids his euro as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by ull dcalem.
& Co., Agents.
nitun if Ml
1! ' Hi'iitntire."
The P.vctnc IlAiiDWAitr. Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known D.iiiltnn
Win o, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Set9, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jug", etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is veiy complete, as :il?o
of Lubricating Oil".
Carbolineitm Avenatius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
OLD RAGS WANTED.
Clean white rags suitable for
bandages are wanted for use at the
Bishop Home and tho Boys' Home,
Leper Settlement, Molokal. King up
281 Mutual telephone and they will
be sent for, or leave tho same at lite
ollice of Ihe Board of Health or at J.
T. AVaterhouse's, Queen street.
W. P. REYNOLDS, Puoi-hietoii.
Solo Agent for the
This Machine is now improved o
as to make either Chain Stitch on
Lock Stitch. It stands at the head
NEEDLES and ATTACHMENTS
for all kinds of Machines.
Sewing Machines of all kinds
gBt Don't forget that this is posi
tively a CASH STOKE no private
individual can obtain Credit. Every
thing therefore Chi:ai
Stationery and Blank Cooks!
GUITARS, from $1.00 up.
AUTO HARPS, MANDOLINES.
Purneaux's Beautiful Views of the
Lawn Tennis Rackets and Balls.
Base Balls and Bats.
Popular Bound Books
At 35 Cents Each.
NOVELS! NOVELS! NOVELS!
S&f Special Arrangements for school
supplies. " 4GG-lf
ELECTION ol" OFITIOEKS.
AT the annual meeting of stock
holders of Hie Hanalci Sug.tr
Mill Co. held this day, the following
oiliccrs were elected for the ensuing
President. Chas. L. Caiter, Esq.,
Hon. J.N. S. Williiinw,
Tieasurer Geo. II. Robeitson,
Auditor J. O. Caiter,
Who are also Direclois of the Com
pany. J. O. CARTER,
Secretarv II. S. M.Co.
Honolulu, July 18, 1&92. .17-1-1 in
rjco i..io'r :
COTTAGE on Emma stioct. lately oc
cupied by Mr. McCarthy. Rent $30
per month and water rate.
COTTAGE on King stieet, Kcwalo,
lately occupied by Mr. Clarence
Ciabhc. Rent S-T per month and
water rate. 44K 1 ut
NOTICE to DEBTORS.
'IMIE iindeislgned hereby gives notice
JL that she Is the sole owner of the
juweby business heictofoio conducted
lor her on Fort street, Honolulu, by
Joseph Ilub.ifili. That she lias deter
mined to elosM out said business and to
cull iu all outstanding accounts, wlieie
foie all panics owing accounts for goods
mil chased or work done at her stoio me
huichy notiied to mako pimnpt payment
of the same to O. W. Ashford, at his
ollleo on Meieh.int stieet. Mr. Ash
ford's receipts will bo good acquittance
lor all such accounts.
MRS. E. BATCH ELOR.
Honolulu, July 14, lS'Ji 471 2v
AT SIO I'Klt :oiti
tSf Delivered free in uny part of
L. J. LEVEY,
7'2 lvv Coiner Foit AJuecn sts.
ASPRINOF1KLD H0-LIlit Gas Ma
chine in complete woikiu Older
and gimiaiitccd. Will be Bold upon
fuvoiable teruiii to the piueluu-er. Also
a few Handsome Fixtures. Apply to
:t'J0 tf Kiuu btteet.
riJIlE Aiiniml Uleetlne; of the Stock-
JL lioldeis' of Win. li. Irwin & t'o
(L'd). will take place at 1th ollleo on
MONDAY, July L'Stb, ut 10 o'clock A. ji.
W. M. pIFFARH,
Hecrtry W. G. I. & Co., (L'd).
Tho befit thing to himkI to
your l'licndH abrotul in King
IJros.' illustrated Houvonir
i'i'lluwiiii, wliicli 1h gotten
ii Ii ior tho pui'iioHO and is
' not an advertisomont.
Aiifitnii JiiWs o Jiimcs F. Morgin.
AUJII0N SALh (JF
Desirable Ras'denca !
On y VTUHI) V, .July 23 ii.
AT l!i I'M1' (It'll XUIIV.
At my Hali'Miiotn. Qiiccn stie t, I will
sell tt Public Auction,
THAT DESI.1ABLE RESIDENCE
At.P.iluin. iii'j'iluliiy the icslilt'iicn nf
Mr i' U pulmit. umi It lntr a p if I u
ut tin. lumeiiv ol tit Kitiite hi M iih
Ivlllg", i U"l!(l
The l.nt 'mo a fr i lane f 7'2 fi-rt on
the Im . umi N ItlU hci mid is 1 t) Iter
CO VJ4N1 i:xt COT VAii
On the Lot eoutaluluK 5 Booms. Dinlug
room and Kitchen, etc. The Lot Is nil
fenced: water laid on. An unusual op
portunity to obtain a Convenient Uesl
ilence. JHai?" Per further particulars apply to
J AS. P. MOI.GAN,
Leases of Residence Sites
Un WEDNESDAY, .Inly 27,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At mv Salesroom, by order of II. M.
KAPIOLAN1, I will sell at
THE LE&3E FOR 20 YEARS OF
Adjoining the residence of Mr. W. P.
Toler on the east.
Tho Lots have a frontage of about
8-1 feet on the Waikiki road, are about
1111 feet deep, with a line frontage of
81 feel on the beach.
Tho Lots all have a frontage on an
unrivaled clear sandy beach. The
'bathing is lir.-L-oliiss, being among the
best at Waikiki.
gjS The Lots are staked out
maiked from A to E.
gjaF" For fuither particulars apply
JAS. F. MORGAN,
4G9 13t Auctioneer.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Leyey.
LA NDL0 SITS SALE!
"VrOTIOK is hereby given that in ac
xN cot dance with the law in such cases
made and piovidi-d, I will cause to bo
old thu following aiticles of Hoong
Chang Tong, taken by me in destr.dnhig
for lent, to wit:
1 Clock, 1 Medicine Cutter. 1 Itntnboo
Lounge, 1 Step Ladder, 1 Folding Table,
1 Squiue Tables, 'i Cltaits-. ! tjtooR 1
Lamp and a quantity of Medicines and
CdS' Said sale w ill take place at the
Auction Milcrouins of Lr.wis J. Li:vi:v,
Auctioned, corner of Port ami Queen
stteets, on FRIDAY, July '-'iith, at 10
n. in. NG GOON.
H. HACKFELD & GO.
OFFER FOR SALE
AN ASKOUTMUNT OP
Gimme Bavarian Beers!
Computing the following Cole
FRAN KEN BRA U.
Now being landed ex "J. C. Piluger."
&il rPW0 Nicely Furnished
wj'ii'rivtjS v.. ,..,.... i.,. . ...... .t Am....
W -t VF1CELY Furnlslied CottiiL'o
S IN at JlukiUl near Heictii-
sJ2r nla-stieot car.
Apply tills ollltw.
V I""VAT' PRKMhES, ill
jfi'.-S-P - Beretunii stieet, opno
Ck3u3A bltu Foit-stieetCliuich. A(-
R. I. LILLIE,
AtTlieo. II. DuvIhb.v, To.
mu. a A NICK Cotngo on Iloie
.ftwSjil tiinlii stieet near Pllloi
BilitH stieet, eoutiduiiif 1 nilor, Two
Hediooius, It.itltiooin, Dlnln-iooui,
P.iutiy mid Kitelien; Hervaut'ii Romu,
Oarilatfo House, Stable, etc, Truineaid
miss cverv !iti minutes. Annlv ollice of
this paper. 158 u
. rtwMeT wx am MM.Ktm
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Center l-'oi-l, tSs Iluil "(i-i'i-ik
Wo Will Sell THIS WEEK at Reduoed Prices
New Goods ! - :
Pongee Draperies, Portieres, Pineapple Tissii", Satteene,
White Dres Goods in Checked and Striped.
JAPANESE CORDED CREPE.
SJSF" A Great Variety
A FINE LINE IN ZEPHYRS,
JBatliing- Snitf in (ottou iv1 Wool !
For Ladies, Gents and Children.
Call and see our New Goods 1
B. F. EKLERS & CO., 9e FORT ST.
'J' lirPSinuiMtiK under the lnnnnccmi'iit of MISS CLARK. 'ta
HAYE OPENED THEIR
New Chine, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaihvniianu Street, Grouud Floor, with a
Lane Assortment of New Goois h "anion."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royai Worcester, Crown m Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
fiSew Rus & Carpets,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc..
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
rr ii E
Ornamental! Economical & Dm able!
Eddy's Old Estaiii.imii:i
In Ctets k HoMpjatJfs,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantation Tools, Implenr.nts & Supplies
P.iints, Oils & Viiinlslies.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s Lu if leafing Oilsl
AlwayB the naitiej made bv a special
piocess and til ways reliable.
Carbolineitm Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
1 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a 'Sew Invoice of the
Guaranteed lo be Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
J GF Tho Adeline Black StockingH are tho Best Made &k
BOYt.' SHOES !
lCllliLICII & (JO.,
Cm tii't Km I .V, llnli I .r ets'
- lev C-oods !
AI INFANTS' WEAR!
and Low I'liccs.
PACIFIC IIAKDWA11E CO., L'd.,
Ciiniinliis New Block, Fort & Merchaiit stieets.