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Notice Is hereby given :
1 Tlint (! 1-ots In Kulniutilunvnll, South
Komi, llnwull, liavo been -el apart for the
nurpom of ennvoyiiiR to sueh persons us
moy wish to nccpilre homesteads' upon
which to live.
'2 Maps of these Lots enn ho examined
nt tlio Liitul OIlU'c, Interior Department,
Honolulu, or nt the olllce of .1. W. Kuni
moku, nt l'nhoohue, S. Konn, Hawaii.
y .T. W. Kuiiimoku will point ollt 11'
lots to liny person deslilng to see thuui,
for which service ho will he entitled to n
fee of $1 from the person applying.
4 l'cr.-ons who may desire 1its shall
apply In writing to the Minister of the
Interior upon n hlnilk form, copies of
which may he ohtaineil free of said J. W.
5 No application will he considered from
persons who already own land.
(! Every applicant must he of full age.
7 The applicant will ho allowed ten
years in which to pay for the land, during
which time it will he exempt from taxes.
S lie must within one year huild a
dwelling house on the Ix)t and hegin to
occupy the same, and continue to occupy
it for the remainder of the term of ten
!) He must within tliieo years enclose
the hots with a substantial fence.
10 He must pay quarterly in advance
interest upon the unpaid purchase price at
tho rate of f percent per annum. The
purchaser may pay the whole or any part
of tho purchase price nt any time, wliieh
will stop interest.
11 The preliminary agreement N non
assignable, and the land cannot he sold
until all conditions are fulfilled.
12 Failure to comply with any of the
conditions will work a forfeiture of the
C. X. SPENCEK,
19S-;!t Minister of tho Interior.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Government Lands in Kau, Ha
waii. On SATUltDAY, September 3, 1892, at
12 o'clock noon, nt the front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, will ho sold at l'ublic Auc
tion, tho Lease of the Government hands
of Mohuknpu and I'ohakuloa, also includ
ing Knalualu and Knioula, in Kau, Hawaii,
containing nn area of 21X11 Vi Aeies, n little
more or less.
Term Lease for 10 years.
Upset price $250 per annum, payable
heini-nnniinlly in advance.
Possession of the above Lands will he
given Jiiniinry 1, IbM.
G. N. SPENCEU,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Aug. 3, 1802. 18S-3t
SALE OF LEASE
Of tho Government Land of Wuimano-
uka, Ewa, Oahu.
On Monday, August 22, 1802, at 12 o'clock
noon, lit the front entrance of Aliiolani
Hide, will be sold at l'ublic Auction the
Lease of tho Government Land a' Wai-mano-uka,
in Kwa, Onhu, containing an
area of 2(30 acres, a little more or less.
Terms, Lease for Ten Years. Upset price,
$380 per annum, paynble semi-annually, in
advance. 0. X. SPENCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, July 20, 1802.
SALE OF A PIECE
Of Government Land, on Nuutinu
Street, Honolulu, Oahu.
On WEDNESDAY, September It, lh92,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, will he sold at public auc
tion, a Piece of flovornmont Land, situate
on the southeast side of Nuunnu Street,
above Second It ridge, and below Judil
Street, containing an area of 28-100 of an
Acre, a little more or less.
Upset price, $.ri00.
0. N. SPENCEU,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, August HI, 1802.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, ure hereby notilied
that, owing to tho drouth and thu scarcity
of water in tho Government Heservoirs,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes mo from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
anil S toll o'clock p.m., until further notice,
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works,
0. X. Sl'K.N'CKIt,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, H. L, Aug. 5, 1802.
A reward of Twenty ($20) Dollars will ho
paid for tho conviction of the person or
jiersons who stole a Danger Lantern from
King street, near Alapal streut, on the
night of August hith, or for thu detection
of any person committing any similar
HONOLULU HOAD HOAIID,
AV, H. Cummlngs, itoud Supervisor.
Honolulu, Aug. 17, 1802. 100-3t
Owing to tho drought and scarcity of
water, the residents vinuka 61 Jmld street
are requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock a. M.
Suiierintendeut Honolulu Water Works.
Jlouolulu, Aug. 10, 1802. J03-tf
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of Deepening tho
Channel nt the entrance to Honolulu hnr
hor tho Dredger will he In operation night
At night there will hen Danger Signal
placed on tho forwnrd derrick of Dredger,
nhout TO feet nhove sea level, which cnu he
seen by all vessels approaching the harbor.
Tho Signal consists
of II Itcd lights nnd a ,
Whlto Hght-ns in ' !'
thedlagrnni the red
lights being about It
feet npart, with tho I
white light in the
All steamers cross
ing the liar will stop
nt n safe distance from the Dredger and
give one blast of their whistle, which will
1)0 answered by n single blast from tho
Dredger, to ho followed by three blasts
from the Dredger when the passage Is clear
nnd they enn proceed.
The Tug will be on band when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing ernfl in pass,
ing the Dredger when necessary.
0. X. SPENOElt,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior OMeo, March II, 1WH.
Mil. W. K. II. DEVK1ULL has been ap
pointed by tho Hoard of Education, School
Agent for the District of llanalei, on the
Island of Kauai, In place of Mr. Ulins.
Koelllng, who has resigned.
Hv onler of the Hoard of Kducation.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Olllce of the Doaid of Kducation,
Aug. tr, imu. lot) ami 2t
MB DAM BULLETIN.
Pledijed to neither Seel nor Party,
Hut Established for the llenejlt of All.
THURSDAY, AUG. 18, 18'.)2.
Mr. D. L. Huntsman contradicts
tho rumor that ho was to bo ono of
tho editors of tho projected now
ovening paper. Tho "Bulletin regrets
A correspondent in Hilo writes:
"Am delighted with tho appearance
of tho Bulletin. The now typo and
now paper make a fine show. Long
may she wave!"
Tho bills to provide for throo
Inspectors-General of Schools and
to abolish tho oflico of Assessor-in-Chiof
have been sat on heavily.
Thoro was no public demand for
either measure, and tho expense of
their handling by tho Houso is only
tho penalty of having hobby-riders
in tho House.
Tho costly protraction of tho pro
sent Legislature's session has been
caused chiefly by the futilo efforts
of discontented politicians to prove
some of thoir reckless electioneering
charges against tho administration.
It does not save tho country tho
great waste of money, for those
demagogues to gnash their teoth
ovor thoir egregious failures to prove
their fierce accusations madoto gain
Mr. George Cavanagh makes tho
serious charge in tho Advertiser
against that paper of having insert
ed the word "opium" in an inter
view from tho Tacoma Ledger given
to it 13 him for publication. Tho
forged word casts odium on tho per
son giving tho interview, who, at tho
least, is entitled to exemption from
being falsely represented as making
a confession. Forgery is hardly less
odious than opium smuggling.
TO ADVERTISE HAWAII.
Tho Hawaiian Bureau of Informa
tion has been started auspiciously.
Thoro aro energetic men of affairs at
its head, and tho object commends
itself to everybody. Hawaii's advan
tages as a health resort, and a win
tering place for tho delicate of
rugged climes, have never approach
ed being mado generally known
abroad. Tho improved means of
reaching tho Volcano, and bettor
provision for tho comfort of tourists
there, cannot be too widely pub
lished, as tho most popular works
on tho Islands date from times when
hardships of travel and sojourn hero
wore greater in number than tho
conveniences and luxuries of to-day.
If tho Bureau of Information suc
ceed in placing Hawaiian attractions
adequately bo fore tho world's eyes,
thoro. is no doubt that tho results
will bo so gratifying as to make tho
date of organization ono of tho most
important in tho history of tho
country's material dovolopmont.
Success to tho now organization!
ANOTHER ATLANTIC CABLE.
Whilo Hawaii has long boon held
in patient expectancy of having
cable communication with tho out
sido world, capital continues to reel
off cables across tho Atlantic. A
steamer is about this time finishing
tho laying of a cable 2105 miles long
from Senegal in Africa to Urazil in
South America. In Africa it will
connect with lines running north
ward, as far as England and othor
Europoan countries. -In Brazil, it
will connect with tho cable linos be
tween Pernambuco and Santos,
where it will bo in communication
with tho laud and water linos run
ning to many othor parts of South
America. An Eastern paper says of
tho ontorprifio: "It. will bo used al
mosl wholly for ooiinnorclal pur
poses. Its promoters nro shrewd
and far-sighled capitalists. Tho ro
itmrknhlo growth of railroads wit liiti
tho last fow years, largely built by
English capital, in Urnzil and other
South American count ries.lms opened
up to trade vast regions that furnish
products needed in TCuropo and that
offer profitable markets for European
goods. Tho now African-Hrazilian
cable is tho property of a British
SCOPE FOR CHARITY.
Instead of such laws as have been
proposed, which cannot bo enforced
without serious trenching on tho
rights of the innocent and law-abiding,
a vigorous Society for the Pro
tection of Women and Children
might do a great service in Hono
lulu. "What is needed most is tho
putting of existing laws in motion.
An instance is in point. A lady dis
covered a easo of a child that was
not being treated well. Details aro
unnecessary. Tho lady made en
quiries as to what could bo dono if
anything for tho child's protection,
and tho person to whom sho stated
tho case laid tho information before
tho Marshal. Ollicors woro imme
diately sent to tho homo of tho child
to investigate. They considered
after seeing tho child that tho mat
tor was not so serious as represented,
but they saw enough to justify them
in severely cautioning tho mother of
tho child. Thero was good reason
for their finding tho child in a less
abused condition than reported, for
the lady who initiated action had
been there before thorn and given
tho infant a much needed toilet and
dressing, besides ministering to
severe external ailments and giving
tho half-starved lit tie ono nourishing
food. Tho oirect of her merciful
work was that tho infant was com
posed and like a now being when tho
ollicors, called. How man' similar
cases might bo found to exist under
Honolulu roofs if thoro was organ
ized charit' to seek and relieve
The Advertiser Goes All Wrong in
an Officer's Expcusss.
Tnis morning's Advertiser has a
report regarding tho expenses of
Cnpt. Hopkins on his expedition to
bring back Illinois Wise, charged
with murder, from San Francisco.
It might have been expected that
anything about the Mar&hal's de
partment would not bo represented
fairly by tlio Advertiser, but in this
case that paper has succeeded in
getting ovor3' particular wrong, not
a single fact or iiguro relating to
Hopkins' expenses being straight.
The following facts have been ob
tained from tho Deputy Attornoy
General, Mr. C. Creighton:
Mr. Hopkins' accounts represent
ed an outlay of $1,382.15. Of this
sum S912.K) had already been drawn
from tho Treasury, and the balance,
$1119.75, was represented by a draft
held by Bishop & Co. and drawn by
tho Hawaiian Consul at San Fran
cisco on tho Attorney-General here,
and already accepted.
As Mr. Hopkins could not furnish
vouchors for $385.40 of this outlay,
at tho suggestion of tho Auditor
General, acting under instructions
in Section 22 of tho Audit Act, a
hearing was arranged for boforo His
Honor tludgo Dole. Tho Auditor
General, Deputy Attorney-General
and Mr. Hopkins woro present.
After a full hearing His Honor dis
allowed $31 of tho above $385.40,
which was satisfactory to all parties
Under this ruling tho outlay of
Mr. Hopkins to tho extent of $1333
would appear in order, and to bal
ance tho overdraft $49.15 has boon
paid into-tho Treasury as a Govern
ment realization. In this amount is
included $15.15 of cash in Hopkins'
hands on his return.
Compare tho foregoing figures with
tho Advertiser's, which represented
tho total espouses at $00, and gavo
tho amount allowed without vouch
ors without deducting tho amount
disallowed. Satisfactory explana
tions woro given to tho Judge of tho
absonco of vouchors, excepting in the
case of tho small amount disallowed,
in which His Honor considered the
ollicor might and should have ob
Of tho total expenses, all that aro
personal aro Captain Hopkins'
steamer faro and his board and lodg
ing in San Francisco, for which ho
had vouchors. It should bo romom
bored that a question of jurisdiction
was raised against the extradition of
tho prisonor, and tho ollicor of this
Government was compelled to con
test if, paying lawyer's fees, Court
Saved a Woman' Lifo,
Mr. J. E. Thorougligood, writing
from Georgetown, Dolawnro, Bays:
"Two teiiHpooufuls of Chninborlnin's
Colic, Cholorn and Diarrlm-a lioin
ody saved the lifo of Mm. .lane
Thomas, of this place." lie also
btatos that, several other very bad
cases of bowol complaint thero have
been cured by tins remedy. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Formation of tho Hnwniian Buroau
of Information as a Joint Stock
An adjoutned mooting of citizens
was hold j'Ojstorday afternoon to re
ceive tho report of tho committee to
draft a plan of organization of tho
Hawaiian Bureau of Information.
Mr. W. H. Castle was appointed
chairman and Mr. L. A. Thurston
Mr. Castle read tho report of com
mittee, addressed to Mr. J. O. Carter,
as chairman of the original meeting.
The committee wore "unanimously
of tho opinion that a corporate
organization will be best prepared to
do all business necessary to effectuate
tho object foiwhich this association
is proposed, and recommend tho
adoption of such a Charter and By
Laws as Ihoy herewith submit."
Signed by W. li. Castle, II. F. Glade,
C. M. Cooke, .7. II. Soper, John Fna.
Tho articles of association givo as
tho charter monitors H. F. Glade,
William K. Castle, L. A. Thurston,
Charles M. Cooke and H. von Holt.
Capital stock is $20,000, in 2000
shares of $10 each, with the privilege
of increasing to. 5200,000 by tho issue
of new stock. Every share entitles
its holder to ono vote. Tho third
article gives tlio objects of tlio cor
poration as follows:
"3d. Tho purpose for which this
association is formed is, generally,
for tho collection, compilation and
dissemination in foreign countries of
correct information regarding tho
Hawaiian Islands, in order to en
courage and induce tourist travel;
tho immigration of desirable popula
tion; tho settlement of tho country;
tho creation of new industries; to
encourage tho establishment of
hotels, sanitariums and othor resorts
in tho Hawaiian Islands for tho
entertainment of tourists, tho care
of invalids and others seeking re
creation or health, and to do and
perform all such matters and things
as may ho necessary for the accom
plishment of such objects.
Tho charter and by-laws having
been adopted after discussion, stock
was subscribed by all present and
the following officer woio elected:
1'rcsidentj Hon. W. G. Irwin.
Vico-1'rosident, Hon. John Enn.
Scerutarj-, Hon. L. A. Thurntoii.
Treasurer, H. von Holt, Esq.
Auditor, C. L. Carter, Esq.
Elective Directors Dr. Tmusscau
and Sam. B. Ifo.o, E-q.
Hawaiian Tjodgo No. 21, F. & A. WC.
rpHElli: WILL 11D A J1KETIXO OF
X Ilnwaiinn Lodge No. '21, K. ,t A. M.,
its hall, corner of Fort and Queen t roots,
THIS (Tlmr.tliiy) KVKXlXll, Aug. lfeth,
at 7:.'i0o'elouk, for
Work in Tin: Scconii Di:utrx.
Members of Lodge Le Piogn-i and all
xojoiiniint; lirethren are fraternally invited
tO 1)0 pWMillt.
Jlv order of tlio W. M.
T. K. WALL.
QTOOKIIOLDK11S IN Till! WAIIIKB
O Sugar Coiur:ury will ilea-e tuUo no
tice that n Special" Meeting of the Com
pany will ho held ut the ollico of 0. iirowor
it t'oninany, on FUIDAY, the lililh ln.it. ,
at 2 o'clock r. m.
J. O. CAUTEK,
Secretary YVaiheo Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. IH,"lhl)2. flOO-lw
rpiIEUE WILL UK A MEETING OK
L the Stockholders of the Kohala Sugar
Co. nt tho olllce of Castle, it Cooke, on
MONDAY, the 2i)tli in-.t., at (I o'clock a. m.
.1. II. ATHEUTON,
rpjIEUE WILL HE A MEETING OF
.L the Stockholders of tlio Haiku Sugar
Co. at the olllce of Castle it Cooke, on
MONDAY, they'd inst., at It o'oloek a. m.
.1. II. ATHKISTON,
HEKE WILL HE A MEETING OF
ut the olllce of Castle A Cooke on MON
DAY, Aug. '22, IMt.', nt U o'clock a. M.
THOS. W. HOIIKON,
of Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
will be held at the room of the Chamber of
Commerce, on Monday, August '-'-', IW1J, at
10 o'clock a. m., for the nurioo of consid
ering proposed Amendments to llv-Laws.
Per Order. 1 A. SCHAEKElt,
Honolulu, July '22, lblU, 17h-in
A YOUNO MAN DESIHES A POSI
xi tion as Coachman in a private
family. Address "K," this olllce.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
"I7HO.M YVA1KIKI, A
J? Small lllaek ami Tan
Toy Terrier Dog, wit h owner'H
iiiiiiiu 011 collar. A reward
will be paid for his return to
E. W. HOLDHWOHTH,
At Theo, II. Davies A Co.'s olllce.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, lb!).'. -UM-tf
Picture Frames made, to order from
Latent Styles of Mouhlinijs. Innova
tion of Old J'iclures a specialty at Kiny
Jiros,, Hotel street,
rplIE IIIILLETINIH TlFirLEADINO
X Daily Paper of thu Kingdom, Fifty
cents pur month,
A. Ucllanger, Propr. , Stove Foun
dry, Montagny, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower for Dys
pepsia. It gave me great relief. I
recommend it to all Dyspeptics as a
very good remedy."
Ed. Hcrgeron, General Dealer,
Lauzon, Levis, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower with the
best possible results for Dyspepsia."
C. A. Barritnrton. Encinecr and
General Smith, Sydney, Australia,
writes: "August Flower has effected
a complete cure in my case. It act
ed like a miracle."
Geo. Gates, Corinth, Miss. .writes:
" I consider your August Flower the
best remedy in the world for Dys
pepsia. I was almost dead with
that disease, but used several bottles
of August Flower, and now con
sider myself a well man. I sincerely
recommend this medicine to suffer
ing humanity the world over."
G. G. GUF.KN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, II. S. A.
Pficilic Hardware Co.
White Mountain Ice Cream Freez-
From ono quart to 12 quarts.
Tho largor sizes with 113' wheel.
All attempts to supersede this
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman Patent
Biding Bit, nickel plated.
Pacific Hakdwaiu: Co., Ld.
By Jas. I Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Corrugated Iron & Granite Stones
Oia Friday, Jx&. IStli
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will sell
at Public Auction for account of
whom it may concern:
76 Bundles 8-fcet Corrugated Irou, about
17,000; and 2000 Granite Pav
Car- TEltMS CASH 1
Jas. F. Morgan,
Landlord's Notice of Sale of Goods
Distrained for Rent.
11 and distrained the (ioods and Chat
ties of ono Kawnihoa, for rent in arrears
of nrcmi-es at Kakaako, notice isheiebv
given that on SATUltDAY, tho-JTth day of
August, W.)2, at thu Auction Iloom of .las.
F. Morgan, Honolulu, will bo sold for non
payment of rent and costs of distraint and
removal the following articles:
1 Clock, 1 Sewing Machine, '2 Chairs, 1
Lami), 1 Hound Table, 1 llox Shells, I
Saddle and Uridle.
M. ha SILVA PAUCOES,
llv his attorney A. S. Correa.
Dated Honolulu, Aug. ll, 18!U.
finyal llawaimn Opera Uonse
i.kwih j. m:vj:v,
And Saturday Evening,
AUGUST 1Mb & 20th.
Grand Opening Performance
OF THE MARVELOUS
MAKTHA E. STEEN,
Tho Only flenuino Mind Header and Sec
ond Sight in the World; as
PUOF. 01IAKLES X. STEEN,
Tho World's Oiealost Exposer of Spiritua
lism who has Dallied the .Most
The Iteconized Premier Ventriloquist and
Humorist of the World in his En
tertainment "Mystic Voices."
Grand Matinee Performance,
XJSXJlL PRICES !
Itf" Tickets on sale at I,qwb J. Levey's.
The Dux Plan will open on Wednesday
morning. Il)7-lv '
A FULL SET OF HOUSEHOLD FUIt
nituru as it stands. The Lease of
tho Premises No. U2 Fort street, is also
oll'ereil for disposal. Further particulars
011 application to
lOS-tf On the premises.
9 H01(SE POWElt DPKK1HT IIAXTElt
ij Kiil'Iiiu anil Holler, in good working
order, For particulars or tonus anulv to thu
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalmmanu St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New
Sl'KOIAI. DISPLAY OK
USTe-w Rugs ELXxdL Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, lYoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
&W PICTURE FRAMING IN ALL ITS BLANCHES fi
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
- 3 .
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Just Received a New Invoice of the
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses and Children.
Fast Color and
Are tlie IBest ZMZetde..
emple of Fashion
COKXEK OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
"We Just Received
ISTe-w Dress Goods,
Ija,a.ies' Beciforci Caps,
Belts, Ija.test Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
ISTe-w Goods ! HSTe-w Goods !
POXOEE DltAPEltlES-POltTlEltES-PINEAPPLE TipSUE-SATTEENB
WHITE DUESH (iOODH IN (11IK0KS AND BTHIPES.
JAPANESE COltDED OHEPE.
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IN (1HEAT VAII1ETY AT LOW PIUOES.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batliing Suits in Cotton, a-nci Wool
FOU LADIES, (iE.NTS, AND OHILDHEN.
CALL 2STD SEE OXJK. 2STEW GrOODS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St,
VIES & CO.
Goods, ex Benniore,