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Homostond Lots in South Koim,
NoUoo Is litTcliy kIvoii:
1 Tlmtl! UitH In Kulntimknwnlt, South
Kuiin, Itnwiill, 1 1 a vo bron set ui:iit for tliu
jittV(OM) of convoying In studi jiorsoni mm
inny wlsli to iiciiulro liomostriuls upon
wliiuli to live.
!! Malts ot tlio-u l.ntM on 1 1 lio cxiiinlned
lit Urn I.nnd Ollleo, Interior Doimrliui'iit,
Honolulu, or nttlio ollleo or .1. Kual
liiuku, lit l'nlioelioo, S. Kolm, lliuwill.
U J, W. Kiiiiiinolxii vill iiolttt out tliu
Uits to any ium-mhi deiltlng to -eo tlioin,
for which jprvlou hu will bo entitled to n
foe. of $1 from tho person applying.
I Persons who may iloslro l.ot mIihII
apply In writing to tho Minister of tliu
Interior upon a blank form, eopies of
whloh may be obtained free of said .1. W.
5 Xo application will bo considered fiom
persons wlio already own Intnl.
0 Uvery applicant must bo of full ago.
7 Tho applicant will be nllowoil ten
year in which to pay for the land, during
which time It will be exempt from tae.
8 He must within ono year build n
dwelling house on tho Lot and begin to
occupy tho same, and continue to occupy
it for the remainder of the term of ten
!) He mut within three years enclose
the Lots with a substantial fence.
10 He must pay quarterly in advance
interest upon the unpaid puichase price at
tho rate of r percent per annum. The
purchaser may pay the whole or any part
of tho purchase price at any time, which
will stop interest.
11 The preliminary agreement is non
assignable, and the land cannot bo sold
until all conditions arc fulfilled.
l'J I'ailuro to comply with any of the
condition will work a forfeiture of the
( X. SPEXCKK,
I!l8-:tt Minister of the Interior.
Tenders for Purchase of Hawaiian
Xotico is hereby given that under autho
rity of Chapter IIS, Session Laws or lSs,
"An Act to give gicaler security to Depo
sitors in tho Hawaiian Postal Savings
Hank," the Postmaster-General oilers for
sale $50,000 of Coupon Ilondsof the Hawai
ian Government, such bonds to bo issued
in tho denomination of One Thousand Dol
lars each, redeemable in not less than live
years nor more than twenty years, with
interest at six per cent, per annum, paya
ble semi-annually, principal and interest
payable in U. S. gold coin, tho bonds to
express on their face that they nre issued
as secuiity for the Postal Savings Hank
Tenders for the purchase of the whole or
any part of said bonds will bo received at
tho ollleo of tho Iteghtrar of Public Ac
counts, Finance Department, up to 11!
o'clock on THUKSUAY, the 1st day of
The Postmaster-General does not hind
himself to accept any tender, or the whole
of any tender.
Dated August "1, lMJi
11. A. Wii)i:m.vnn,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
C. X. Sl'KSl'Elt,
Minister of Interior.
II. A. WwrcMANN,
Attorney-General ad interim.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of Deepening the
Channel at the entrance to Honolulu har
bor tho Dredger will be in operation night
At night thoro will bts a Danger Signal
placed on the forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sea level, which can bo
seen by all vessels approaching the harbor.
Tho Signal consists
of 3 Ked lights and a
"Whlto light-as in I m:i ni'i
the diagram the red i ,
lights being about 3 j
feet apart, with tho wiiiti:
whlto light In the j t
All steamers cross
ing the liar will stop "
at a safo distance from the Dredger and
give one blast of.their whistle, whiuh will
bo answered by a singlo blast from the
Dredger, to bo followed by three blasts
from the Dredger when tho passage is clear
und thoy can proceed.
Tho Tug will bo on hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing tho Dredger when necessary.
(!. X. HPENOEIt,
Minister of the Interior,
Interior Olllce, March I), lh!).'.
Holders of Water Privilege, or those
paying Water itatos, nio hereby uotilled
that, owing to tho drouth and the scarcity
of water In the Government Iteservolrs.
the Hours for using wutor for Irriga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and ft toil o'clock r. m,, until fuither notice.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Kupt. Honolulu Water Works.
(), N. Bitnci:h,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., Aug, f, lh!).'.
Owing to the drought and scarcity of
water, the residents mtiukn of Judd stieet
are rei-nested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 p'f lock A. M.
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Aug, 10, X&0.', -UW-tf
SAIiE OF LEASE
Of Qovormnont Lniuls in Kriu, Hawaii.
On SATUHDAV, September rt, IS).', at
1'J o'olook noon, at the front entrance of
AlHolanl Halo, will bo sold at l'ubllc Auc
tion, tho Lease of the Oovemment Lands
of Mohaknpu and l'ohakuloa, nlo Includ
ing Kaalaula and Kaloula, In Kail, Hawaii,
containing an area of itKMK Acres, it little
more or less.
Term Lease for H) years.
Upset price $&V) per annum, payable
semi-annually In advance.
l'os-ossion of tho above Lands will be
given .lauuary I, tSU.1.
0. X. SlT.XOKIt,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ollleo, Aug. .1, 18!U. ISS-3t
SALE OF A 1'IEOE
Of Government Land, on Nuurtmi
"Streot, Honolulu, Oalnt.
On WKPXKSIUY, .September U, lh!).',
at li o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of
Alliolaul Hale, will bo sold at public auc
tion, a Piece of Government Land, situati
on the southeast side of Xuuanu Streot,
above Second Itridge, and below Judd
Street, containing an urea of '.'8-Un) of an
Acre, a little more or less.
Upset price, $500.
0. X. SlT.Xt'KK,
Minister of the Interior.
Intoi ior Ollleo, August It!, 1M1J.
SALE OF LEASE
Of the Government Land of Waimano-
ukn, Eva, Oahu.
On'Monday, August -11, IMU.at v o'clock
noon, at tho front entrance of Aliiolani
Hale, will be sold at Public Auction the
Lease of the Government Land of Wni-imiuo-ukn,
in Kwa, Oahu, containing an
atea of iliiiO acres, a little more or less.
Terms, Lease for Ten Years. Upset price,
$80 per annum, payable semi-annually, in
advance. C. X. SPKNOKIt,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, July IB), lh!)J.
FltlDAY, the 2d day of September,
being the Anniversary of the liirth of Her
Majosty tho Queen, will bo observed as a
Xational Holiday, and all Government
Olllccs throughout the Kingdom will be
closed on that day.
O. X. spkxoki:,
Minister of the Intel ior.
Interior Ollleo, Aug. L',1, l.s!L "
Mil. V. H. H. DLVHIULL has been ap
pointed by the Board of Education, School
Agent for the District of Hanaloi, on the
Island of Kauai, in place of Mr. ('has.
Koelling, who has resigned.
!y older of the Hoard of Education.
W. .IAS. SMITH,
Ollieo of the lioaid of Education,
Aug. ir, lb!).'. t!io:;t-:!r.!t
THE DAM BULLETIN.
Vlcdtjeit to neither Sect nor Party,
lint Established for tho Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, AUG. 2:5, 1892.
Tho news from tho United States
is of more strikes and attendant
lawlessness, with troops being called
in to restore order. In reality a
state of civil war exists at several
points, and these points only require
to bo multiplied to a certain extent,
when there will be danger of a gen
eral struggle between capital and
labor, or it mayjbo between anarch
and established government.
Now rules and regulations for gov
erning tho medical department of
the Queen's Hospital have been
adopted by tho Board of Trustees
and will bo found in this paper. It
is to bo hoped that with this revision
of internal polity, in tho most impor
tant department, tho Hospital will
take a now lease of life and become
moro beneficent in its results than
over before. Honolulu will still need
a general hospital free to all who
require gratuitous keoping and at
tendance, and, when tho time comes
to provide such an institution, per
haps it could bo most economically
and efficiently instituted and main
tained as an annex to tho Queen's.
Tho Advertiser will gain nothing
by insensate ferocity, nor reform
politics in any way by misrepresen
tation. It hud a ferocious attack on
the Minister of Finance this morn
ing, based on a reported utterance
of that gentleman which ho did not
make. A correct report of what Mr.
Wideinann said appears in this
paper, and it contains no support of
tho Hanking Hill. Tho Houso was
very ovonhy divided on tho disposal
of the bill. If tho Ministers had not
voted at all the friends of full con
sideration of tho measure would
have carried their point still. It is
usually good policy to not bo too
harsh in putting down oven a largo
minority, but when an apparent
majority is, if possible, to bo reduced
to a positive minority it would bo
madness to do anything, unneces
sarily, tending to irritato such ap
parent majority. Yet that is just
what tho Advertiser is abusing the
Minister of Financo in overwrought
iuvoetivo for not doing. Tho measuro
anyway belongs to (ho Advertiser's
political friendii, whoso names it
gleefully enrolled on its party scroll
when tho election returns camo in,
Lot it. nbu9o thorn if it is spoiling for
somebody on which to wroak its
voiigoaiu'o for blasted hopes ami
Tho Uiglil Honorable W. E'. Glad
stone, at Kl years ot ago, is again at
tho head of tho Govornmont of
Great Hritain. This is tho fourth
time he has been Triino Minister,
and lie was in tho Cabinet four times
befoio he was at the head of one.
His first Ministry came into ollieo
Dei-ember 9, 1863, remaining until
February 21, 1871; second, April 28,
1880, remaining until Juno 21, 1885;
third, February 0, 1880, continuing
only until August H of tho same
year. His present Ministry dates
from Augtttt 15, 1802, tho day ho
announced 1he names of his col
leagues to Queen Victoria. On this
occasion tho venerable statesman
comes to power filled with tho un
divided resolution of giving home
rule to Ireland. Whether ho will be
able to carry a measure acceptable
to Homo Rulers of tho original st am),
with the small majority of forty in a
House of from 151X1 to 700 members,
a few weeks will tell. There seems
to be a general expectation that if a
homo rule measure does pass the
Commons, it will bo rejected by the
House of Lords. Then the supposi
tion has been that there would bo
another dissolution for an appeal to
tho country. lato accounts or utter
ances by Mr. Gladstone and some of
his party chieftains, however, indi
cate that tho Ministry would not ad
vise Her Majesty to dissolve "Parlia
ments under such circumstances, but
would undertake measures to com
pol the Lords to bow to tho popular
will as expressed through a majority
of tho elective branch of Parlia
ment. There are interesting times
ahead in "tho old country."
Life in a Kansas Town.
An Atchison girl recently furnish
ed tho money to pay for her engage
An Atchison bride is not only sup
porting lior husband, but is paying
something every month on his first
wife's f'nic ral expenses.
Ever fince u Liivoiivcrth man
came to Atchison and drank out nT
a finger-bowl, tho people of that
town have been making fun of Atchi
If the trees around lu'h houo are
thick enough, there is no law thai
will pievent a man the.ie days from
wearing nothing in tlie evening but
An Atcnison man una so miicn
trouble with his girl's sisters, who
insisted on accompanying them
everywhere, that ho proposed to her
in their presence, after first explain
ing to tho others that it was an in
vitation that could not possibly in
Tho reason Atchison papers never
send a society reporter around to
write up tho costumes tho young
ladies wear to parties is that when a
party is given and Susan Jones at
tends over ono in town knows what
Susan Jones will wear. It will bo
tho dress she has worn all summer
and will wear made over next sum
mer, Atchison Globe.
Bits of Information.
Tho largest pyramid in Hyypl is
110 yards high.
A 110-ton gun can fire two :?ir00
shots a minute.
Thoro are 250,000 words in the
Three and a half millions of peo
ple are always on tho sea.
Tho number of dwellings in tho
United States in 18(J1 was 8,'.)55,81 2.
A cubic inch of soil contains from
(50,000 to 2,250,000 miniito organisms.
A human body, when cremated,
leaves a residuum of about eight
Of overy hundred baby girls that
are bom in China about thirty aro
put to doath.
Kansas has four cities in which
tho vote of tho women is larger than
that of the men.
Doath of Ex-Consul Oreonobnum.
Tho death is noted .Inly 12th at
Managua, Nicaragua of Bert hold
Greonohauni, formerly of San Eran
eiseo, and at ono time United States
Consul to Samoa. Ho leaves n son
and daughter residing in San Fran
cisco, besides two brothers, Alfred
and Osear Groonebaum.
Take Good Caro of the Ohildron.
If you havo children you will bo
interested in tjio experience of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
111. Ho says: "Two years ago two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, had very severe and dangerous
attacks of bloody (lux. Tho doctor
hero was unable, after a week's time,
to check or relievo either case. 1
throw the doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Im
provement was seen vory soon and
1113' children arose in a few diys
from what I feared would be their
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine." For sale ly all doalors. Bon
son, Smith & Co., Agents.
When you want a Portrait linlaryrd
call. on Kiny Iiras,, yet their Prive List,
and sec Samples, They can't he If at I
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Francisco, Any us!
1(1, per S. S.
Eight hundred railway switchmen
on strike at Buffalo, New York, aro
rioting and destroying' property.
They have burned hundreds ot cars,
many of which wore tilled with valu
able merchandise. Several fires were
started among the buildings, burn
ing watchmen's houses, otc. Two
regiments of troops have been sent
to suppress violence.
Striking Lehigh switchmen at
Sayre, J'a., have caused a good deal
of trouble by preventing trains from
movinir. The strikers aro in com
plete possession, the shorilf being
The Philadelphia & Heading Rail
way Company otfer a reward of .?5,
(XX) to any person furnishing evi
dence leading to the arrest of any
one guilty of violence to the com
pany's employees or destruction of
Armed bodies of miners in Ten
nessee have seized prison stockades
and returned the convicts employed
in the mines to Nashville. In one case
they made prisoners of (55 regular
truards and took charge of 272 con
victs. A correspondent says 'the
guards could have kept 'off the
rioters, but displayed great coward
ice. A OltKAT SKNSATIOX.
Jennie Tabor, of Hudson, Michi
gan, has been arrested for having
dynamite in her possession. Twenty
cartridges of tho explosive were
found in her room. The Tabor
family is one of tho best known and
wealthiest in the State. A family
quarrel was suspended a year ago on
the sudden death of .lennio's mother,
who died of no particular ailment.
A while after the father was found
dead in bed, the doctor said of heait
failure. Nol a lover of Jennie, a
strung and robust man, was taken
suddenly ill while visiting her, and
diod a few days later. It if-nnwsiev
p"ded that Jennie had to do with
the dcnt'is oT hi-r paientr, and lover.
Physicians who have examined the
girl say she has been cunningly in
sane for years.
James 13. Oilman, a Hour broker of
State street, Boston, who lived at
Newton, has disappeared, a defaulter
in executor's funds, etc., to tho
amount of ..'00,000.
At a people's part convention at
Maouno a row was started betweon
Caleb Garrett and John Peoples on
oiio sido and Davis and Burton Brown
on tho other. When tho convention
adjourned tho four men simultan
eously began firing, and when their
pistols were emptied they closed in
with knives and fought desperately.
After thoy had fallen to tho ground
they kept on slashing ono another
until two wore dead and tho others
weio so badly injured that they can
Professor C. A. Young has formed
the opinion, on his observations of
Mars at Halstead observatory, Ha
nover, N. 11., that tho lines on tho
face of the planet are nothing like
Tho New York Herald correspond
ent at Aix-Les-Bains cables: Tho an
nouncement of the engagement of
tho Calif oruiau beaut y Miss Ivors to
E. M. Robinson, stepson of Hood
Wright, contributes to make this
lady a center of attraction. Every
ono is loud in praise of her beauty
and Mr. Robinson may bo congratu
lated on having drawn a pri.o in
our beauty show.
(H.ADSTONi: IN I'OIVKII.
Tho House of Commons divided
at midnight of the 11th, on a mol ion
of want of confidence made 1 13 As
quith. Tho result was !!50 a3-es and
HO noes, and was received with great
enthusiasm bv the opposition. On
motion of Balfour the House ad
journed for a week,
In the House of Lords on the 15th
Lord Salisbury announced that tho
Government had tendered its resig
nation to tho Queen and Her .Majesty
had accepted it. Ife then asked the
intentions of (he incoming Ministry,
Tho Earl of Kimborhy replied that
he was sorr3r he was unable to give
Lord Salisbuiy any information, Ho
was not yet a Minister and could sa3
nothing until he had consulted his
Gladstone, accompanied In- Sir
Algernon Edward West, loft on tho
15th for the Islo of Wight to lay be
fore Her Majesty the names of those
who comprise tho new Cabinet, and
to carry out the old custom of kiss
ing the hand of the sovereign. Glad
stone was loudby cheered on his de
parture and was greeted with enthu
siasm by crowds at points along tho
After Gladstone had eaten lunch
eon at tho palace tho Queen gave
him audionco and ho kissed her
hands in accordance with the estab
lished usage. He then submitted
the names of his Cabinet, and was to
return to London noxt morning.
Gladstone will take tho olllce of
Keepor of tho Privy Seal as well as
that of First Lord of tho Treasury.
Lord Brasoy will be Viceroy of
The News announces that Earl
Rosobory will be Foreign Secretary;
Baron Ilerscholl, Lord Chancellor;
Sir William Vornon Hnrcourt, Chan
cellor of the Exchequer; Herbert II.
Asquith, Homo Secretary; Right
Hon. Henry II. Fowler, President of
the Local Government Boards; Right
Hon. C. II. Cainpbcll-Bannornian,
Secretary of War; Earl Spencer, First
Lord of the Admiralty; Right lion.
John Morloy, Chief Secretary of
Ireland; Right lion. A. J. Mundella,
President of tho Board of Trade;
Sir Charles Russell, Attorney-General;
John Rigby, Solicitor-General;
Right Hon. Samuel Walker, Lord
Chancollor of Ireland; Mr. McDor
niolt, Attorney-General of Ireland;
Right Hon. Edward P. C. Majori
banks, Patronage Secretory; Alex
ander Ashor, Solicitor-General
for Scotland, and Right Hon. J.
13. Balfour, Lord Advocate.
Messrs. Bryce and Ac-laud will also
have seats in the Cabinet, while Mar
quis Wipon, Earl Kiinberloy and Sir
George Trevelyan will undoubtedly
The Earlof Aberdeen is mentioned
to succeed Lord Stanley of Preston
as Govornor-Goneral of Canada.
Tim ltUSSIAN ACQUISITION-.
According to reliable diplomatic
information received in Borlin China
has addressed a strong representa
tion to Russia, protesting against
the occupation of tho Pamir coun
try by Russians as a breach of the
treat j of Livadia, which fixed the
frontier 100 miles north of Aktash,
where tho Russians are encamped.
Tho Governor of Chinese Turkestan
has sent troops to protect the fron
A Simla despatch gives a rumor
that China has ceded the Pamirs to
Russia. Four thousand Usbegs,
after being repulsed by the Ameer's
garrison at iMasmona, crossed into
The ship Thrncian, just, built for
William Thompson of Nova Scotia,
was lost with all on board between
Greenock and Liverpool. She was
being towed to Liverpool to be
rigged out, when a squall struck her
in tho night and capsized her. Tho
crew consisted of 22 riggers, and tho
captain's wife was also on board.
Tho steamer Runneborg sank the
pleasure steamer Ajax oif Holsing
fors, and from -10 to 80 persons were
The 'Canadian Pacific S. S. Em
press of Japan lately had to put into
Hakodate with her cargo on fire.
MISCELli ANEOUS .
Gaudaur, tho American oarsman,
beat Stephenson, tho Australian, by
20 lengths in a threo-niilo race at
Orillia, Canada. Timo, 20:03.
Cholera is raging in Persia. Tho
Shah has retreated to a camp 21
miles from Teheran. Tho deaths at
Simla averago 300 daily. American
Protestant missionaries aro doing in
calculable good at the hospital.
Tho cholera situation is more
favorable in St. Petersburg, only 12
deaths being reported on tho 15th.
The arrival of a largo number of
Russians has caused excitement in
Kansas, as many of tho peoplo come
from tho cholera-infected districts.
It is feared tho disease germs may
be in their goods.
Saved a Woman's Life.
Mr. J. E. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Dolaware, sa3's:
"Two teaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhiea Rem
ed3' saved the life of Mrs. Jnne
Thomas, of this place." He also
states that several other vmy bad
eases of bowel complaint there havo
been cured 1)3' tins renied3r. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Picture Frames made to order from
Latest Styles of Mouldinys. Jleuora
lion of Old Pictures a specially at Kiny
Pros., Hotel street.
By Lewis J. Levey.
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 24th,
AT Vi OOI.OCK- NOON,
I will M'll nt I'ulilln Aiictlun, at tho I'u--
1 COTTAGE & 1 2-ST0RY COTTAGE
Now occupied us u .lni:uu-M jloanlllig
IluiibK on Mi'ivliimt xtit'ct, adjoining
tliu Jtm.i.icriN Ollliu, ami
On Queen btriTt, noxt to tliu ollk'o of Jlon,
J. l. Dou.sott,
fOf- liiiUilingi to lo removed by 8ip
&- TIIltMS 0AK1II
X-ie-wis J. Levey,
vki:ki,y mjj.wrnx im (ioi,.
Jillisof Intort'stiiiL' Kcndiiur Mulli'i'.
Inlands, $4; uiailod to foretell couiitiiii,$5,
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumanu St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New
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3STe-w K.vigs and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
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Hardware, Agricultural Implements.
China, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery
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Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
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Ba-tliins Stilts in Cotton and Wool
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