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Notleo U hereby given:
1 TlintU Iits in KnliimakovMill, South
Kona, Hawaii, have lii'iin "-el inmrt for the
purpose (if conveying to Mich pci-MiiiM im
mny wMi to neiitiro liomi'Mt'iiiN upon
which to live.
'J Maps Of tlie-Hi Lots can be examined
at the Land Olllec, Interior Department,
Honolulu, or at the ullleo of 3. W. Kuai
moku, at I'ahoehoc, S. Kona, Hawaii.
3 .1. W. Kunlmoku will point out the
TiOtn to any person desiring to ce tliein,
for whiuh service ho will he entitled to a
ijo of $1 from the por-on applying.
I l'er.tons who may desire l-ol shall
apply In wiiting'to the iHnister of the
Interior upon n lilnnl: form, copies of
which may ho obtained free of said .1. W.
,1 No application will be consirtereil from
jiersons who ulrendy own hind.
0 r.vory appUeant must ito of full nge.
7 Tho applicant will he allowed ten
years in which to pay for the land, during
which tlino it will be exempt from taxes.
8 He must within one year build a
dwelling house on the T.ot and begin to
occupy the same, and continue to occupy
it for the remainder of tho term of ten
9 Ho must within three years onolo-e
tho Lots with a substantial fence.
10 lie must pay iiuurterly in advance
intere-t upon the unpaid purchase price at
tho rate of 3 percent per milium. The
purchaser may pay the whole or any part
of the purchase price at any time, which
will Mop interest.
II Tho preliminary agreement is non
assignable, and the land cannot bo sold
until all conditions are fulfilled.
12 Failure to comply with any of the
conditions will work a forfeiture of the
C. N. SPKNCP.H,
l!)8-.'St Minister of tho Interior.
NOTICE- TO MARINERS.
During the process of Deepening the
Channel at the entrance to Honolulu har
bor tho Dredger will bo in operation night
At night there will be a Danger Signal
placed on the forward derrick of Dredger,
about ."0 feet above sea level, whieh can bo
seen by all vessels approaching the harbor.
Tho Signal consists
of I lied lights and a
White light as in ! m:n nun '
thediugram the red ,
lights being about II
feet apart, with tho
white light in the
All steamers cross
ing the liar will stop
at a safe distance from tho Diedger and
give one blast of their whistle, whieh will
be answered by a single blast from the
Dredger, to bo followed by three blasts
"from the Dredger when the passage is clear
and thoy can proceed.
The Tug will boon hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing tho Dredger when necessary.
C. X. SPKNPKH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllee, March '.), l.MU.
SALE OF A PIECE
Of Government Land, on Nuuanu
Street, Honolulu, Onhu.
On WEDNESDAY, September 1 1, 1M)J,
at l'J o'clock noon, at the front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at public auc
tion, a 1'ieeo of Government band, situate
on the southeast side of Nuuanu Street,
above Second liridge, and below Judd
Street, containing an area of 2S-100 of an
Acre, a little more or lesu.
Upset prieo, .fjOO.
0. X. SPENCKH,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllco, August 10, Is!).'.
Owing to the drought anil scarcity of
water, tho residents mnuka of Judd stieet
are requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, lfc.92. Iltt-tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Purty,
lint Establhhed for the lieuejlt of All,
TUESDAY, AUG. 1(5, 18.)2.
A select committee has dono its
duty in exposing tho hayseed schoine
of taxing Honolulu specifically for
services that aro as much in bohalf
of tho whole country as of tho city.
Mr. Kaulii, childlike and bland,
booms to think tho only object of
saving time is to sorvo tho conven
ience of members. ITo has no thought
of how much vain babblings cost
Tho session is developing a good
deal of wit in its old age. There
are frequent instances also of tho
lion sporting with tho lamb, while
sometimes the boar fraternizes fond
ly with tho beaver.
In a speech in tho Senate, Mr,
Carlisle gave instances of fifteen un
protected industries where tho avor
age rato of wages had gone up, and
fifteen other trades in highly pro
tooted industries whore wages had
gone down. Such facts generally
oirculntochought to have some ef
fect on the presidential contest.
Tlio polity ot Hip French social
ists is in runlity to mnko paupers ot
workinginon, and dogiatlo thorn to
tholovolof si'ini-harbarous peoples
under foreign rule. In the recent
inunieipal elections tho socialists
were put in complete control at
Marseilles, Itmthnix, Toulon, Xar
bonno and Touloue, so that the
policy mentioned is in imminent
dniiifor of beinir carried out. One
of their mayors
has declared that
the program of the Workingmau's
Congress at Lyons is to bo carried
out in its entirety. This program
calls Tor one free meal a day for chil
dren in the public schools, and a
semi-annual distribution to them of
shoes and clothing; an eight, hours'
day, with minimum wages to bo
fixed by the City Council; free
medical treatment, and drugs at ro
duced prices; free legal advieo from
judges in all litigation interesting
workingnien; free lodging and food
for travelers and laborers without a
fixed residence in search of work;
as well as many other benefactions
to tho laboring classes at tho ex
pense of tho whole community.
Whenover the laboring classes begin
to look to the community for frco
food, frco lodging, free shoes, freo
clothing, freo law, freo doctors,
medicine below tho regular price,
and other things of the sort, their in
dependence is gone. In short, thoy
aro then paupers. A community of
paupers will soon begin quarreling
over tho mess and then tho Com
mune will end in something much
worse man an ino grievances oi
working people before it began.
The Steens Combination.
A privato exhibition to a select
few was given in tho Opera Houso
yesterday evening by Mir. and Mrs.
Steens. Among those present woro
Judge R. F. Bickorton, Hons. .Tos.
Marsdon, C. B. Wilson, A. P. Peter
son and "W. .Tas. Smith, Drs. Mc
Wayno and V. Monsarral, T. K.
James of the Australia, and wife, C.
L. Crabbe, Miss Virginia Calhoun,
.1. A. Mehrten, Mr. and Mrs. Glass
cock. Miss Schoonborgor, P. H. Hay
solden, O. lledeman, Mr. Dance, Mr.
and Mrs, .1. Vv Liming, "W. Eassie,
J. W. Winter, Mr. Lesser, P. God
frey of the Paradise of tho Pacific,
a Bulletin reporter, and several oth
ers. Previous to tho exhibition tho
manager stated the necessity ot tho
privato show, owing to the false and
damaging reports which had pre
coded thorn here. Tho entertain
ment was tendered to show tho abil
ity and refined quality of tho Steens
combination. Mr. Charles Steen
and wife were then introduced. A
committee of six gentlemen, includ
ing the Bulletin representative,
were invited on tho stage, and then
ensued the mind reading. Columns
of figures and names were summed
u and spoiled out by Mrs. Steen
blindfolded, and with her back to
tho blackboard, with despatch. Tho
performance was really wonderful
and elicited applause. Words or
figures mentally selected by a gen
tleman were also uttered by Mrs.
Steen boforo thoy woro properly
shaped. Mr. Steen promised a more
wonderful performance for Thurs
Hon. John E. Bush, Chairman of
Opium Committee No. 2, by tho
committee's detective, W. T. Shel
don, yestord.ty afternoon captured
lib" tins of opium in a room back of
tho Chinese stables opposite the
railway station. Ono handler of tho
stuff was captured, and ono escaped.
Jos. McGuire, who helped in tho
seizure, sat down in some freo opium
and will require benzine to make his
trousers wearable again. Mr. Bush
turned ono tin over to tho polico
"not for publication but as an evi
dence of good faith" whilo retain
ing tho remaining !J5 for fear, as ho
says, "it might turn into molasses."
Pacific Hardware Co,
Whitu Mountain IcoCroam Frooz-
Froni ono quart to 12 quarts.
Tho larger sizos with lly whcol.
All attempts to tnipoiwdo this
put turn havo failed.
Call and got a Whitman Patent
Riding Rit, nickel plated.
J'acjpio TIaiiuwari: Co., Ld.
Saved a Woman's Info.
Mr. J. 13. Thoronghgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, mym
"Two tcaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hein
edy'Kaved the lifo of Mrs. Jnno
Thomas, of this place." Ho also
sttites that several other very bad
ensosj of bowol complaint thero havo
been cured by this remedy, For
sale by all doalors. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Afternoon Wedding at St. Andrew's
Oathodrnl Itecoption in Honor
of tho Event.
At halt-past three o'clock this
afternoon, Miss Dora M. Dmvsolt.
daughter of Mrs. S. 11. Dow'sett, and
Mr. Riindnl von Tompsky, son of
tho late Major von Tompsky of New
Zealand, wore united in marriage at
St. Andrew's Cathedral, tho cere-
,llnl'.Y 'i'K performed in a very im-
pressivo manner ly the Kov. .jonn
Usborne. Though it was intended
that tho ceremony should be a very
quid allhir, yet the Cathedral was
well filled by friends of the con
tracting parties. As tho bride en
tered the Cathedral, leaning on tho
arm of her uncle, Dr. Robert Mo
Kibbin, who gave her away, tho
choir of the second congregation
sang tho hymn, "How welcome was
tho call." Miss Leila Wodohouse,
youngest daughter of 11. 1J. M. s
Commissioner, was bridesmaid. Tho
bridegroom was waiting at the chan
cel steps, attended by his best man,
Mr. L. F. Hughes of Makawao. As
the ceremony proceeded soft music
was played on tno organ iiy jur.
Wray Taylor, who ofliciated at the
instrument throughout. As tho
bridal party walked from tho nave
to tho altar tho 128th psalm was
sung. At the conclusion of tho coro
mony, and as tho newly married
couple retired to the vestry to sign
tho rogistor,a special wedding inarch
with hymn was rendered by tho
choir and organist. This music has
always been performed at tho mar
riage ceremony of a member of tho
choir. As tho bridal party loft the
Cathedral, the strains of tho wed
ding inarch woro heard from tho
Tho iloral decorations in tho
Cathedral were simply superb. Tho
choir desks in tno cliancol woro
banked with tho choicest of ilowors
with a green ground. On eithor side
of tho altar stood potted plants, and
Vines were trailed around tho front
of the pulpit. The desks of the two
front seals in tho nave woro also
covered with vines and (lowers. Tho
oll'oct of the decorations as seen from
tho lower end of the church was ex
The bride looked lovely in a tra-
cling costume, and hor departure
to Maui, her future home, will leave
a void in Honolulu social circles,
which she has graced for a number
of years. In musical ciicles "Mrs.
von Tompsky has been a very pro
minent figure. She is an accom
plished musician, and tho choir of
tho second congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral in which sho
has sung for many years will miss
hor very much. Tho bridegroom is
in business at Wailuku, Maui, and is
a gentleman possessed of many
Tho bride was tho recipient of
hundreds of tho most beautiful pre
sents. It seldom falls to tho lot of
a bride to receive so many wedding
presents. It would bo impossible to
enumerate thcin. Hor Majesty the
Queen sent very handsome bracelets
with monogram, while ono present
that tho bride will no doubt treasure
was a beautifully illuminated ad
dress and solid silver cream and
sugar set from tho choir of St.
Andrew's. The address reads as
"Wo tho undersigned, members of
tho choir of St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Honolulu, beg to express to our
valued friend and member, Dora M.
Dowsott, our heartfelt wishes for
hor futuro welfare and happiness,
and beg her to accept tho accom
panying gift, as a small token of our
aireetiou and esteem in appreciation
of hor long and faithful service with
us." Then follow tho signatures of
tho members of tho choir, organist
Mr. and Mrs. von Tompsky loavo
on tho steamer Claudino this ovon
ing for Wailuku, their futuro homo.
Tho Bullktin extends its congratula
tions, wishing tho happy couple a
long and prosperous married life.
In anticipation of tho happy event,
Mrs. S. H. Dowsott, mother of the
bride, gave an "At Homo" at the
family roM.lonco, Boretanin Cottage,
j-ostorday, Monday, ovoning. There
was a very brilliant gathering of
Honolulu society people. Among
those present woro Her Majesty tho
Queen, His Exculluuuy Governor
Clughorn, Hon. Jas. AY. Robertson,
H. M.'s Chamberlain, Mrs. C. B.
Wilson, lady-in-waiting, members of
the diplomatic and consular corps,
and Legislature, naval ollicors, etc.
Tho interior of tho houso was pro
fusely decorated throughout with
llowers, evergreens and ilags, making
a pretty scono. Colored lanterns
woro hung on tho verandas. Mrs.
Dowsott received in tho main parlor,
Miss Dora and Mr, von Tompsky
standing to hor left. Tho Royal Ha
waiian Baud under tho direction of
Mr. Borgor, stationed on tho front
lawn, played choice selections of
music. Shortly after nine o'clock
dancing commenced in tho largo
parlor, and tho young pooplu in par
ticular enjoyed this very much, Dr,
Robt. MoKibbiu, Mr. Alex. MoKib-
bin, Capt. Mist, R. N., and others
did all thoy could to make tho occa
sion onjoynblo to those present.
About half-past ton o'clock a beauti
ful supper was sorved consisting of
the most toothsome vinnds. Dancing
was continued after supper, and by
midnight tho guests had taken their
Mr. Lander's Rocommondation.
Mr. J. A. Lander, a prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widely known in that Stale, says of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Homed y: "f have seen its
good results niul can recommend
!l tl l,s.. ..!.. 1... 11 .!..! !....,..,
u. j' wr pwiu uy .ill wu.uois. .ui'iinuu,
Smith & Co., Agents.
Bessie, said the young man, plead
ingly, this is the fourth time I have
called at your homo since I saw you
last. Is there an- way by which 1
can always bo sure of finding you in,
or at least of always knowing where
you aro when I call for you? You
might ring mo up, you know, re
sponded tho pretty telephone girl,
looking dreamily at her shapely lin
gors. Chicago Tribune.
Linda Bella, I'm greatly puzzled
over a mat tor.
Bella So am 1. Tell mo your
trouble and I'll toll you mine.
Linda Well, Dick Hardaway told
mo last night ho loved me, but did
not ask mo to marry him.
Bella And ho asked mo to marry
him, but didn't say a word about
Young Author What did you
think of my now novel?
Cynical Undo Oh, it is all well
enough, J suppose, but for general
uso I am inclined to think sonio
other opiate would bo cheaper and
easier to take. Somerville, Journal.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Corrugated Iron & Granite Stones
On Friday, .A.-u.g. IStli
AT in O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Snlurooiii, Queen street, I will sell
at l'ulillc Auction for account of
whom it may concern:
76 Bundles 8-fest Corrugated Iron, about
17,000; and 2000 Granite Pav
ZG?- THIIMS CASH!
' AUCTION KHU.
Landlord's Notice of Sale of Goods
Distrained for Kent.
HAV1NU HKKKTOKOKK TAKKN
and distrained the (ioods and Clmt
tlei of one lvawaihoa, for rent in arrears
of iireinNcM at Kiikanlcu, notice is horchv
L'iven that on SATU1M1AY, the 27th davof
Anmist, lhtli. at tho Auction ISooin of .las.
V. Morgan, Honolulu, will he s-old for non
payment of rent anil costs of distraint and
removal the following articles:
1 Cluck, 1 Sewing Machine, 2 ('hairs, 1
Lamp, 1 Hound 'Inhlc, 1 llox Shells, 1
Saddle and lliidle.
M. iia SII.VAPAltCOKS,
lly his nttornev A. S. Coirea.
Dated Honolulu, Aug. 11, lb!)-'.
1 ! 1 1 -1 It
Per Bark "Albert"
A VltnSH INVOICK OP
Hay, Grain, Feed
AN II -
For Sale Cheap In Quantities to Suit.
AT if!) PKlt OOIU) DKMVKUKI).
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.,
i'JS (Jlicen Stieet. 2w
H. Hackfeld & Co.
-OPPr.lt KOK SAMi
Best Refined Alcohol!
For Mccliauical & Medical Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
AT Till! RATI'. OF
S1.75 Per Gallon
IdSJ INCLUDING (iOXTAl.NKlt. Im
CHAS. T. GTJLICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahii.
Ayeut to tultii AcUnowleilguiiieiitH to La
Agent to uriuit Mnrrlutjo Licenses, Hono
Agent for the lliuvnilaii Islaiiils of Pitt A
Kcott's Preight unit Piucel Kiicss.
Agent for the Burlington lloutc.
1UCAL P.STATK JIHOKKIt
and GMNKHAL AGKNT,
,i.3l- TKLKPIIONl-: MmiiAi. l!l
-P.O. llox -115
,'M Merchant t.
Honolulu, II. I,
OP 1IOUBKIIOL1) PUlt-
XV nlturii us
it stanilK. Tint I.:imi of
tliu Premise No. ll'i Port Mreet, inulMi
oll'ercil for ilisjio-ul. Partner imrtlculurti
on uiiiilicatiuii to
H'S-tf On thu premises.
When you vinil a Portrait Hnhtried
cull on Kinij Jlrou., (jet their Price Lint,
and are Humpies, They can't be beat I
Mrs. Sarah M. Black of Seneca,
Mo., during the past two years hns
been affected with Neuralgia of the
Head, Stomach and Womb, and
writes: "My food did not seem to
strengthen uie at all and my appe
tite was very variable. My face
was yellow, my head dull, and I had
such pains in my left side. In the
morning when I got up I would
have a (low of mucus in the mouth,
and n bad, bitter taste. Sometimes
my breath became short, and I had
such queer, tumbling, palpitating
sensations around the heart. I ached
all day under the shoulder blades,
in the left side, and down the back
of my limbs. It seemed to be worse
in the wet, cold weather of Winter
and Spring; and whenever the spells
came on, my feet and hands would
turn cold, and I could get no sleep
at all. I tried everywhere, and got
no relief before using August Flower
Then the change came. It has done
me a wonderful deal of good during
the tune I have taken it and is work
iiiEr a complete cure."
G. G. GREEN, Sole Maii'fr.Wooilbury.N.J.
Roy id Hawaiian Opera House
I.KWIK .1. I.KWT.Y, - M.Hl.Mlr.ll.
Thursday & Saturday Evenings,
AUOUST lSth it 'JOth,
Grand Opening Performance
OF THK MAKVKI.OUS
MA11T11A K. STKKN,
The Only Genuine Minil Header mid Sec
ond Sight in the World; ns-si'-ted
PItOF. OlIAKt.ES N. STKKN,
The World's flreatest Kviioer of Spiritim-
Hmii who has llallletl the Most
The ltei'onnized Premier Ventriloipii-.t and
lIiuiiorif.t of the World in his Kn-
tei-tainiiicnt "Mystic Voices."
Grand Matinee Performance,
TTSTT.AX, PRICES !
& Tickets on Kile at Lew is J. l.ovey'K.
The llox Plan will open on Wednesday
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
PUl.I. LINK OK
prices whieh wo established
commencing OAH1I llusines.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Farina Bouquot, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Curly Maplo, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
CSF" See our Pine Line of
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
Hf Call unci wo our GhoiIh befoio Inly
ing cNowhore. Last but not leant
a i.Aitni: vahiktv or
Novels & Popular Bound Books,
Lost, Strayed or Stolon.
licmil mill Vitrv Tut.
Htaiiils about 1 Hi linucls
lili.li tin. iiriuw.rtv .if
Mr. P. W. Macfarlanc. fSr
Tlie animal Iiiih been mining ten tlayx. A
unliable riuvanl will bo given on returning
miiiiu tu the Union Peoil Co., (Jucen Htreet,
lllack anil Tan
Toy Terrier Dog, with owner's
name on couar. a re want
will be iialil for bis leturn to
K. W. HOLIJSWOHTH,
At Then. II. Dnvlos ,fc Co.'h olllco.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, lb'J.'. -UW-tf
IMrOUTKI) MI1.1U1 row. ia,
(looil milker; very gcntlei fv.
with heifer calf a week ol, W
it. i. m i.i.ii';.
lit. 'I'. II. 1 1n vliix A-. Cn.
HOltSK POWPH UPHIGHTIIAXTP.H
I'iigini) ami J toiler, in good working
I'or particulars or uiniiaaiiinv to inu
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaaluimaim St.-, Ground Floor,
Large Assortment .of New Goods, ex Benmore.
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD
and Other Pine Ware.
KTe-w Rugs and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, lYoryware,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Block, Port Street.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
China, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
. S. SACHS,
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Just Received a New Invoice of the
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, and Children.
Fast Color and
Are tlie Best IMIeicLe-
Temple of Fashion
COKNElt OP FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
"W Just K.oivcl
3ST3-w IDress Goods,
Ladies' Bedford. Caps,
Belts, Latest' Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH & CO,
IsTe-w Goods ! 3STe-w Goods !
PONGP.P, DHAPKHIP.B-POHTIBHP.K-PINKAPPLP. TISSUP.-SATTP.F.NS
-WH1TK IMtKBS GOODS IN OHEOICH AND STJtIPKS,
JAPANKSU COHDKD OHKl'E.
Ladies', Childrens', and Infants' Wear
IN GHEAT VAHIKTY AT LOW PltlOKS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Bettlaixig Suits in Ootton ctxici Wool
POIl LAD1KH, GICNTS, AND OHILDHKN.
C3JUUJL, .AJSTD SE3E3 OXJK. 3STEW GOODS.
Dressmaking under (tie Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., . 99 Fort St.
VIES fc CO.
Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES