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the Supreme Court of the
By virluo of tho authority in mo
vested by Uio ConstittUion and tlio
slit titles of this Kingdom, and doom
ing it essuntial to tlio ptonuition ol
justice, 1 do hoiohy older tluit tlio
regular term of tlio Third Judicial
Cho.uit to lie hohl at Wiaohinu, ICmi,
Hawaii, on the first Tliurtday of Sep
tcmbor, 1S1I2, ho lieroby postponed
until THURSDAY, the eighth day
of said September, 185)2, at 9 o'clock
Witness my hand and tho
seal of tho said Supreme
V" S Court at Honolulu this 2i)tli
" day of July, IS2.
A. P. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supremo Court.
Attest : Hiixitv Smith,
Clerk Supremo Court.
IS I at
NOTICE TO MARINERS,
During the proee!?s of deepening the
channel at tho entrance to Honolulu
harbor tho Diedger will bo in opeia
tion night and day. At night llioro
will bo a danger signal placed on the
forwaid derrick of Dredger about 30
foot above sea level, which can bo seen
by all vessels approaching tho harbor.
The signal consists Red Red
of three red lights
and a while light
as in tho diagram,
tho rod lights being
about 3 feet apart
with tho white light
mi tho center.
All steamers crossing tho bar will
stop at a safe distance from tho Dred
ger and give one blast of their whistle
which will bo an&wored by a single
blast from the Diedger, to be fol
lowed by three blasts fiom the Dredg
er when the passage is clear and they
Tlio Tug will bo on hand when not
otherwise engaged to assist sailing craft
in passing the Dredger when neces
sary. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister oi tho Interior.
Interior Office, Muich '.), ibl)2.
Will be received at the oflico of tlio
Road Supervisor in the Kapuaiwa
Building until July 30, 181)2, at 12
o'clock noon, for Shoeing Government
Horses and Mule.-, at tho Government
St.iblos in Honolulu, for six mcmlis
from tho lot d.iy of August, 1SD2.
Bids must be at so much per set of
All tenders must be endoised
"Tondois for Government Shoeing."
Tlio Road Supervisor does not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any
All orders aro subject to the inspec
tion and appioval of the Road Super
visor. V. II. CUMMlNGri.
Honolulu, July 2f, 1SS)2. 180 3t
of Lease of the Pacific Mail
On THURSDAY, Aug. 18, 1892, at
12 o'clock noon, at tho front entrance
of Aliiolani Halo will be sold at Public
Auction the lease of the Pacific Mail
Warehouse, situate on tho Esplanade,
Torm Lease for fi years.
Upset prico, $fi00 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
l'ossession of tho above Warehouse
will bo given October 28, 1892.
C. N. SI'ENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Intoiior Oflico, July 19, 1892.
Honolulu, H. 1., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for using watorfoi
irrigation purposes aro from (i to 8
o'clock a. m., and ! to (I o'clock j m.
until further notice,
Supt. Honolulu Wntcr Work?,
O. N. Spknoek,
Minister of tho Interior.
MR. A. W KAWAIUIA has this
day boon appointed a member of the
Road Board for tho It-land of Niihau,
for tho unexpired term made vacant
by tho resignation of Mr. P. K. Bull.
0. N. SPENUEK,
Minister of the interior.
Interior Oflioo, July 28,1892.
18 1-3 1
When you wnnr, a Portrait
Enlarged call on KinprBros.,
get their prico HhI, and co
duniplcfl, TJioy ejuiM l)o loat.
SALE OF LEASE OF THE GOVERN
MENT LAND OF WAIMANO
UKA, EWA, OAHU.
On MONDAY, Aug. 2!, 181)2, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale will bo sold at Puhlie
Auction the lease of tho Government
Land of Waimaiio-uka,in Ewa, Oahu,
containing an area of 2ti!U) acres a
little moro or less.
Term. Lease for 10 years.
Upset piico: $!tS0 per annum, pay
able somi-annually in advance.
C. N. Sl'KN'CCIt,
Minister of tho Interior.
IntetiorOllioo, July 21), 1S92.
Restoration Day, JulylUst, falling
this ye.ir on Sunday, MONDAY,
August 1, 1S92, will be observed as a
National Holiday, and all Govern
munt Olllces throughout tho lving
doin will ho closed on that day.
0. N. srHNCEU,
Minister of the luteiior.
Interior Otllce, July 11), 181)2.
O XX Xr!
Fleeced to neither Sect nor Pawy,
Hut established for the benefit of all,
FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1892.
As Monday is a public holiday, and
tho Bulletin's mechanical staff
needs time to arrange the new ollice,
there will be no issue of this paper
on that day. When our new plant is
in thorough working order, wo shall
endeavor to make ample amends for
While it is absolutely necessary to
adopt extreme retrenchment in pub
lic expenditures, it is doubtful if all
the pruning of appropriations by the
Lciiislature is of a wise order of
economy. For one instance refer
ence may be made to tho abolition of
the W.iter Works Bureau, it being
amalgamated with the Bureau of
Public Wroiks. The Superintendent
of Public Woiks is as busy an ollicial,
and his duties of as great import
ance, as any that can be named.
Besides, he is often called away to
distant parts of the group. Tho
Superintendent of Water Works has
had to hold hiuisclt in readiness for
duly at all hours of the day and
night. In limes of drought his duties
are exceedingly onerous and his
burden of responsibility by no means
light. It might have been proper to
reduce his clerical staff and his inci
dentals, but no clerk of any bureau
can fulfill the functions of the abol
ished ollice. Members of the Legis
lature should make themselves thor
oughly acquainted with all sides of
the matter before tho third reading
of the Appropriation Bill.
BOTH COOHTRIES HORT.
The evidence is plain enough that
the United Stales has suffered in its
trade with these islands, by the ac
tion of the sugar clauses of the Mc
Kinley Act, correspondingly witli the
heavy loss sustained from the same
cause by this country. A lecent is
sue of the San Francisco Examiner
gives comparative statistics of tho
trade between that port and the
Hawaiian Islands which are very
emphatic in their showing. The
article is as follows:
The mcicliandise exports from this
port to the Hawaiian Islands during
the past six months, compared with
tlio same time in 1891, were as fol
lows: Months. 1892. 1891.
Januaiy 8228,237 S'172,508
February 237,152 281,112
March 281, Gil 330,707
April 227,039 32(i,.r)13
May 210,52-J 115,824
June 113,702 370,971
Total 1,328,295 82,200,995
There has been a comparative de
crease in exporls this year of 8872,
700. Tho total for the past six
mouths is the smallest for a long
time. During tho first half of 1890
Ihe exports were valued at 82,252,
110, against 81,032,153 in 1889,
and 81,138,107 in 1888.
Tho import values have been as
Months. 1892. 1891.
.January ....8 1G0.095 81,197,011
February . . . 087,902 1,355,888
March 1,201,881) 3,781,312
Apiil 1,115,070 1,227,373
May 1,311,075 190,897
Juno 1,100,102 1,190,220
Total . . 85,072,793 89,251,731
Showing a comparative decreaso this
year oi 83,578,938. During the
same period in 1890 tho imports were
87,712,232, against 89,503,015 in
1889, and 87,801,051 in 1888.
The great falling off in Uio import
value this year is duo mainly to the
smaller, quantity of sugar received
as shown by the following compara
Six Months. Pounds. Value.
1892 19-1, 199, G29 85,381,50G
1891 210,173,538 8,990,0(10
1890 150,931,231 7,382,520
1889 181,792,020 9,188,119
1888 101,192,751 7,519,050
Thero has been a decrease of
3,(512,091 this year in the value of
sugar. The quantity received, how
ever, wrs larger than for the corres
ponding period in the given years,
with tho exception of 1891. The re
moval of the duty last year on im
ports from other countries caused a
drop in juices of Hie raw material,
hence the apparent discrepancy this
year in tho value of import from the
Hawaiian Islands. The cheapening
of Hawaii's staple product has in
turn lessened her purchasing power,
as shown by the largo falling off in
exports from here.
The decrease of nearly 8900,000
in the exports from Sa'n Francisco
does not tell the whole story of the
loss sustained by our friends over
there. A largo amount would have
lo bo added, to got at the full figure,
for the falling off in tho profits of
shipping that trades out of San Fran
cisco with these island-. Without
considerini; theso incidental mailers,
however, the face of the returns
shows Uio comparative loss lo be
greater on tho side of San Francisco.
The imports there from these islands
fell off in the first six months of this
year 38. G percent, compared with
the same period of 1891; while the
exports of San Francisco to these
islands fell off 39. G percent in the
same time. It would be strange if
anybody in San Francisco should
venture to contend that the interests
of that port are not largely identical
with the interests of theso islands
Cultivation and Preparation for
v .iimsox l'ornxoi:, of montgomlky
Cutting and Housing. As a gen
eral rule tobacco should be cut in
about two weeks from topping, at
which time the loaves assume a
spotted appearance and appear to
have filled up thicker; double up tho
leaf and press it together with tho
thumb and linger, and, if ready to cut,
tho loaf whore, pressed will break crisp
and short. Do not lot your tobacco
get over-ripe or it will cure up yel
low and spotted ; it is better to cut
too soon than too late. Take a
hatchet or short corn-knife, grasp
the stalk with the left, hand,
bend it well to the left, so as to ox
pose thts lower part of the stalk,
strike with tho knife just at the sur
face of the ground, let the stalk drop
on over Ihe ground without doubling
the leaves under, and leave it to wilt.
The usual practice is to worm and
sucker while the dew is on in the
mrrniiig and as soon as the dew is off
to commence cutting. There aro some
whoadvocate cutting in the afternoon,
say three o'clock ; let it wilt and lie
out until the clow is off next day, and
lake it in before the sun gets hot
enough to burn it. 1 prefer the first
plan, because a heavy dew may fall
on the tobacco, and i-jxt day be
cloudy, leaving tho tobacco wet and
unpleasant to handle. After cutting
allow thelobacco to wilt long enough
to make tlio leaves tough, so that
they can be handled without tearing.
Great care is now necessary to keep
the tobacco from sun-burning; cut
ting should bo commenced as soon as
the dew is off, and all that is cut
should be housed by eleven o'clock,
unless it is cloudy ; from eleven to
two o'clock the direct rays of the
sun on the tobacco, after it is cut,
will burn the leaves in twenty min
utes ; after two, as a general thing,
there is no danger of such burning,
the sun's rays not btriking direct on
the tobacco. Have a wagon at hand,
witli stiff boards, twelve feet long,
laid on the running gears; as boon us
the tobacco is willed so that it can be
handled without breaking, commence
loaditig on botli sides of the wagon
on the front end, lapping the tobac
co the same as loading fodder, keep
ing the butts out on both sides build
about two feet high, and so on until
(To be Continued.")
Building & Loan Association
A. V. Go.ir Trosidont,
S. B. Roso Vieo-I'residont,
J. G, Rothwell Treasurer,
Thco. K, Lansing Socielary,
J. M. Dowsett 1
W. R. Sims Auditors,
E. W. Peterson )
L. A. Thurston Attorney.
ifF Meets tho Pirst Monday of
each and every month at Oh.unbor
of Coiumeico Rooms, 7:30 i. .i,
r I'M IE Front Half of a Gold Locket set
X. Willi Diamond, Ruby and Sap
phire. Rowaul on i et tun to
48121 JAS. K. MORGAN.
POSTAL Savings Bunk Pass Hook
I No. 7011. Kinder please leave at
JL dally nuner of tho Kliiirdoui,
cents per mouth,
WHAT DOES A SPUR DO FOR A
Your horse Is weak and weary with
a long day's journey. You hnve rid
den him since early morning. Im
patient to reach n shelter for the
night, you drive tho spur into his
panting sides. He leaps forward,
and for a timo trots onward rapidly.
What did the spur do for him? Did'it
give him strength? If so, y feed
liitu V If not, what made him go fast
er? Here is a short personal state
ment which a. man makes. Try and
see if you can see any likeness be
tween tho two cases.
lie says: "Up lo August, 1885, I
was a strong, healthy man. At that
time I began to fool tired, dull and
heavy, witli a laint, dizzy sensation
as if 1 should tumble down any min
ute I could not imagine what was
coming over inc. There was a bad
taste in my mouth, my breath was
bad, and my mouth would often fill
witli an offensive slimy mailer. My
appetite was poor, and after eating I
suffered great pain, and wind would
roll all over me. I had much pain
at the stomach, ami was sick every
morning, and threw up a groat deal
of phlegm. 1 also had a pain like
the thrust of a knife cutting me be
tween the sliouldets and low down iu
the back at the kidneys. When at
work I got tired in five minutes, and
had to stand and rest.
"I kept on with my work, how
over, for some time as best I could,
for 1 had a wife and family depend
ing upon mo. lint it was a hard and
tedious task, as even stooping made
me cry out with pain. After a while
1 grew so weak I could scarcely
crawl about, and was compelled to
give up my employment. When I
ventured out of doors 1 felt so dizzy
liiat 1 had frequently to stop and
rest for fear of falling, and was so
bad that people would think I was in
drink, and 1 had often to call at a
chemist's and get a draught to help
me home. 1 tried herbs and other
medicines, and was attended by a
doctor, but 1 got no better. Jn this
dead-and-alive way I lingered on
until April, 1890, when my wife got
an almanac from the druggist, and I
read of a case of a railway guard at
Manchester, who had been cured by
a medicine called Mother Seigel's
Curative Syrup alter the doctors had
given him up. So I wrote to him,
and he replied that it had cured him
and would do me good. Upon this
I got a bottle, and after a tew doses
1 felt better, and by keeping on
using it 1 was soon all right and
back at my woik, and have been well
ever since. When 1 feel any signs
ot stomach disoidor a few doses set
mo right directly. 1 feel very grate
ful for the groat benefit I have re
ceived, and wish others who may be
ill to know of it; as, if I had known
of Mother Seigel's Syrup at the out
set I would have been saved over
four years' suffering. 1 have lived
in Birkdalo fifteen years, and if any
one writes to me I shall be glad to
(Signed) "Thomas Srmtnix,
"Kitchen Range Setter,
"28, Stamford Road,
Now, where is the likeness between
Mr. Spenin's experience and our
illustration about Hie horse? It is
this: The hor3C gains no new strength
from the application of the spur. Of
course wo 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 whore he says: "I
kept on at my work, for I hail a wife
and family depending on rao." That
was his spur. It was work or worse
with him, as it is wilh most of us. But
ho had to pay for laboring when he
was unable, by having to yivc up
work altogether, and what Hie end
would have been had not Seigel's
Syrup come lo the rescue nobody can
say. Possibly the saddest thing we
can think of. Any way this trium
phant medicine,- baved him, and he
can work jiowwitliout a spur.
If the reader also has indigestion
and dyspepsiawitli its painful and
alarming consequences and symp
toms, or knows of another who has,
ho will bo able to treat himself or
advise his friend.
For San Francisca.
The J'lmi lluriientlne
A. IV r-T fl K, "
sail lor tho above port on
AUGUST 2, 1892.
CQr For 1'ielght or 1'uesugo apply to
H. HACKFELD A CO.,
LIIAVE this day given to Chas. L.
llrown the exclusive nlit and pri
vilege to the game nresuives of the lands
included in the Wiihlnwii Hunch, Dis
trict of Waialua, Island of Oahu, All
rights and privileges heietofoio granted
to tlinot game on thcno lauds aio hereby
(Signed) GEO. M. RAUPP.
Honolulu, July 27, 18U2.
J KI'ERHING to tho above the nndcr'2
It del signed given notice that having
acquired the exclusive light to the above
mentioned game preserves for lint spe
cial purpoec of breeding game hlid,
Imported mid otherwise, all persons are
heieby untitled mul foi hidden from going
ou said lands to shoot or hunt guinu of
any Kind whatsoever. Anv person dis
regarding this notice will ho promptly
(Signed) OIIAS. L. BROWN.
Honolulu, July i!8, 1SUL'. 183 lit
I'.s. ' Ih'iiinori'.1'
The Pacific IIauuwaui; Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of tlio 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.
(Jnrbolineum Avenarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
TO THOSE WHO VALUE THEIR
,4 T A "Tt17
V, .. JLiVlNlL.
liy appointment to II. Y tho Marquis of
Duffeilii, ox-Vieoioy of liuliu,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
1 H No -W I S r I'O
And (previous to establishing a LOCAL
AGENCY) may he consulted for Spec
tacles at the
E AGILE HOUSE,
8-FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY -B
The system of Sight Testing (Patent
435I, invented by htm) is now being
universally adopted, and
Specially invites the Medical Profession
and all interested hi
To see this Beautiful Test, and the
Latest Improvements in
Lenses and Frames !
As prescribed by Ophthalmic Surgeons.
Hawaiiaa Harflware Go.. L'O.
ELECTION OP OFFICERS.
A T a meeting of stockholders of the
hove corporation hold July 21,
1892, tho following wore elected for
tho ensuing year:
K. R. Hendry President, "
Hon. John Ena. ..Vice-President,
II. M. von Holt ? &
Godfrey Brown Auditor
The above and Cecil Brown, Board
II. M. VON HOLT,
182 21-31 2t Secretary.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A T tlio annual meeting of thostock--"-
holders of Win. G. Irwin it Coin
panv, (Limited), hold at its oflico on
Monday, July 25, 1S92, the following
gentlemen woio re-elected to serve as
o Ulcers dining the ensuing year, viz.:
i V resident
Win. G. Irwin
W. M. Giflard...
Thco. C.Porter Auditor.
W. M. G1FFARD,
Sec'y Win. G. I. & Co., (L'd).
C. L. BEITO,
Corner of Smith and King Streets,
Keeps a Complete Line of
And Receives Now Consignments by
Every Steamer. Also
Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter
At 40 Cents a Pound.
Lost, Strayed or Stolon.
signed, Pauoa road,
three weeks niro. n
r- Hay Filly, HI., hands
high, feet and mane mid tall black, will
all grow black. Ten ($10) dollars re
ward Will be paid for the return of the
Filly. E. L. MARSHALL.
July 22, 1892. 17S-2W
i LL accounts standing six months
J and over, if not paid by August 1,
18!)2, will bo placed for collection with
out further notice.
X. S. SACHS.
Honolulu, July 2:1, 18!)2. 179 lw
AISAKGAIN 1 lrirli;ht Westermeyer
Piano, very nearly now; a very
hamhniiio piece of furniture ami In per
fect order. Apply at onco at this ollice.
WO Very Desirable mill
UXUtiiZ ISiilKlliiL' j.ots, located on
Kiuuii and Penaaeoht streets, this city,
aio offered for sale on advantageous
terms. For particulars inmilro at
I7i '-'w lis Merchant stjeet.
'PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
X columns of liiierebtlng reading
matters. Mailed to foreign comilricH,
$0; Islands 81.
HAVE CXPENED TIIEIK
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaaliumauu Stroot, Ground Floor, with a
Larp Assortment of New Ms n "Benon"
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
New Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
. WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Kg5 JPJEfcffOES EfcELDUOEJO gS
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ornamcutal! Economical & Durable!
Eduy's Old Established
Ice Clrnsts & Refrigerators,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantation Tools, Implements Sl Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Yacnura Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils I
Always the same; made by :i special
process ami always reliable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins Now Block, Fort & Mcrchaut streets.
1 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to be Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
tsr- Tlio Adeline Black Stocking? aro tho Best Made "a
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner IToi-i, & Hotel fctre"tw.
We Will Sell THIS WEEK at Keduced Prices
New Goods ! - :
Pongee Draperies, Portieres,
White Drcbts Goods
A Groat Variety
A PINE LINK IN ZEPIlYItS, CRETONNE, ETC., ETC.
JESn, tiling"- JsSuitH in Ootton. maul Wool!
Pur Ladies, Gouts and Children,
jf)8P Call and boo our Now Goods I
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 FORT ST.
3T Drt'SMiuukliiK under tho uiauaueiiifliit ol MUSS CLARK. i(Sl
EILRLICII & CO.,
Corner Fort & Hotel streets.
- New Goods 1
Pineapple Tissue, Sattuons,
in Checked and Striped.
and Luw Prices.
if mm wMMMmt
m m life fMwwwli
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