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Homostoad Lots in South Konn,
Nolko is lieieby given:
lTlintOLols In Knliimnlmwril, Poiltli
Kotm, Hawaii, have Ill-oil vol nimit fur llio
p1lrpuoof i-onvejing to "iioli perom s
limy m-1i tii in-iniiru homi-Minils 11)11111
1 Mnpiof thu-o Lots cm lie UMihiiiu-d
t tlio Lund Olllce, Intoilor Doji irttnutit,
lIoiKilulu, or nt this ollli-o of .1. Kital
inoku, lit i'lihoohoo, S. Konn, Hawaii.
!1 -J. W. Kimlinoku will point out tho
Loll to nny pcioii ilpxlrlng to -on tliuin,
for which sorvli-o luiwlll lie entitled to a
too of 4-1 fioni tho person nppl lug.
I IVrions who inny de-dre lts sdiall
npplj in writing to tho Minister of tho
Interior 11)1011 11 hlnnk form, copies of
which may bo ohtaineil free of said J.
f Xonppllc.itlon will hoi 011sidel1.il f 10111
porMins who alrcadj own land?
(I K.very applicant must bo of full ago.
T Tlio u)i)ilioniit will bo (tllowi-d ton
cars in which to pi, for tho land, during
which tinio It will bo eeinpt from tui".
S lie must within 0110 jenr build a
dwelling house 1111 tlio 1iit and begin to
oioii) tho s.uiiojimd oontinuu to ocoupj
il foi tho lomaindoi of tho torni of ton
0 Ho niu-t within three iars onolo-o
thu Lots with a siilctnnli.il fonoo.
10 Ho niust'ii (iimitorly in advanco
intcro-t 11)1011 the unpaid pureha--e )rioo at
tho rate of C peneut per annum. Tho
mruhii"or may paj tho whole or any part
of tho puiohae prke at iin time, whieh
will stop interest.
11 The picliminarj agroemont is non
assignable, and the 1 mil i-.innot bo sold
until .ill condition'- are fullllled.
PJ railmo to comply with any of the
conditions will work a forfeiture of the
t s. si'P.xrr.K,
l')S-:U Minister of tlio Interior.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Government Lands in Kau, Ha-
On SATURDAY, September:!, 18!).', at
12 o'clock noon, nt the f 1 out entrance of
.Aliiolani Halo, will be sold at Public Auc
tion, tho Lease of the (jovernment Lands
of llohakapn and l'ohakuloi, ul includ
ing ICaal.iala and Kaioula.in ICnu, Hawaii,
eoiitaiiiingaii aiea of '2'HA'i Acres, a little
more or less.
Term Le.1-0 for 10 je.ir-.
Up-et puce fJW per annum, pi,uhle
scmi-annuall in advance.
Possession of the above Lands will be
gUim Jnntuirv 1, 18"'!.
(J. X. Sl'DNCUK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ollii e, Aug. 3, 180-'. ISS-.Jt
SALE OF A PIECE
Of Government Land, on Nuuanu
Street, Honolulu, Oahu.
Tonilors for Purchaso of Hawaiian
Notice is lieieby ghcu that under autho
rity of Chapter ,'H, Ssossiim Ijhvs of 1W,
"An Act to give greater Mctirlt, to Depo
sitors in the Hawaiian Postal Savings
Unnk," the I'oslinnstoi-lioncral oilers for
sale $.it),H00 of I'oupoii Itonds of the Hawai
ian (loorninont, such bonds tube Issued
in the denomination of One Thousand Dol
lars uieli, lcdeoinablo In not less than live
years nor more than twenty iars, witli
interest lit i pen-out. per aiiiuim, paja
ble ciiii-aniiually, prltuipil ami iiiteu-st
pajable in U. H. gold coin, tin- bonds to
ONploss oil thell face tiiat (be) ale issued
as security foi the Postal Savings Hank
Tenders foi tho purchase of the whole 01
aii p.ilt of Mid bonds will be icichedat
the ollleo of tho llegistiar of Public Ac
counts, rinaiu-o Department, up to 12
o'clock on THURSDAY, the 1st day of
Tho Postmasti-r-Oenor.il docs not mini
himself to ai-( opt any tender, or the w holo
of iinv tender.
D ited August '22, 1S'L
11. A. Wmr.MVNN,
Minister of Kin.incc.
Swn-ri. Pmiki 11,
Minister of Koicign Allah".
('. N. Sl-l.M'l a,
Minlstci of lntci ior.
H. A. Wlin M inn,
Atto1ncy-Oe11cr.il ad Interim.
Foreign Oillco Notice.
ViiuciiiN On icr,
HoMiiiu.u, Aug. 11, Ib'lJ.
It has pleased Her Majestj the Qtutrn
to confer upon
SYDNUY KltOAl), llvi.,
Into Her Majesty's Consul at ralinouth,
England, the decoration of Knight Com
panion of thu liowil Older of tho down of
Hawaii. ' flUt. tt !! . It
whii'h t-an bo loarnoil from fitics
shtMO thoy aio in vogtio by cono-spotHloni-t'.
Tho groat tutotion to
bo Fotllod, if wo aro to got boyond
inaonilaiu, is what wrl of ootistnic
t ion is bost for tho moans at dis
posal. Maomlam with good matorial
istliomoM aoooptod, doubt loss, for
country roads and oity st roots with
out muoh (raliio, but all can soo for
tlioinolvos that it has a ooinpara
tioly short lifo on stroots having
oontiniiotislj lioavy trallio. It, more
over, is not adaptiul to oithor tho
sprinkling or washing or horaping
t lint thoioughfanis in tho business
quaitor of ii oity roquiio.
BUREAU OF INFOHMATION.
Tho Hawaiian lluroau of lnfouna
tion is now fully oiganiod, and on
such a basis as to nun it tho confi
dence and support of tho business
community. The people have long
boon asking for relief front tho pio
sont financial depression; nothing
hototoforo has boon suggested that
tends to remedy tho situation. Now.
something practical is offered; tho
IJuroau of Information has formu
lated a delinito scheme: advertise
Hawaii as a health and pleasure re
sort, jiiuI the incoming tide of tour
ists will sottlo tho question of dull
times. The plan is feasible, easily
carried out, and ovoiy one can assist.
Tho iomiU is sure. There can bo
but 0110 result. Hawaii will bo over
run with travoleis and sightseers.
Let every one buy a few shares;
every shaieholder is a member of
the Buiuau and has a voice in the
election of Directors. Tho make-up
of tho Uoaid is a siillicient guaran
tee that every dollar subscribed will
bo expended judiciously and for the
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
l'lahjid to wither Sat nor J'urti,
lint IMublixhnl for the Jicurfit of All.
THURSDAY, AUG. 25. 18.)2.
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
0. J. AcCarthy has lots on Liliha
shoot for sale.
Tho lady bugs at Lav xngeles have
been found not woith their salt. It
looks as if they woio a failuio hero
also. They went at tlio scalo tooth
and nail when intioduced first, but
now when the pest has returned to
despoil our foliage the ladies have
not leported for duty. Toihaps (he
chemical engine of tlio Fiio Dopait
ment would kill and wash off tho
scale. It would be good diill for
tho firemen at least to try il.
On WKDNKSDAY, September II, lsOJ,
at 1'-' o'i lock noon, at tho f lout intrance of
Aliiolani Hale, will bo s-old at public auc
tion, a Piece of Government Land, situate
on the fOtithc.ist side of Nuuanu fetieot,
above Second Budge, and below Jutlil
Stieet, containing nn aiea of 1!S-100 of an
Acre, a little more or less.
Upset prh 0, f VKI.
0. X. SPLNCnit,
Ministei of the Intel ioi.
interior Oiliio, August Hi, li')J.
SALE OF LEASE
Of the Government Land of Waimano-
uka, Ewa, Oahu.
On Monday, August '22, Is').', at I J o'clock
noun, at tho fiont entrance of Aliiolani
Hale, will bo sold at Public Auction the
Lease of tho Government Land of Wni-mauo-uka,
in Uwa, Oahu, containing an
area of 'JiiiOuues, a little 111010 or less.
Terms, Lease for Ten Years. Upset price,
$;jsO )(.r milium, pavablo semi-nniiimlly, in
advance. 0. X. SPllN'Olllt,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oillco, July SI, Is').'.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, 1110 houby notified
that, owing to tho drouth and tlio .scan it j
of water in tho Government llc-servoiis,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 to 0 o'clock i m., until further notlio.
JOHN 0. WHITi;,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
0. X. Sri nci it,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, H. L, Aug, .r, IN).'.
There is nothing loft of the little
sensation about tlio alleged violation
of American lights by the British
occupation of Johnston isles. A
prominent American in Honolulu
pooh-poohed tlio idea of American
ovvnorship boforo II. B. il. S. Cham
pion returned from tho annexation.
Tlio State Department at Washing
ton, it appears, looks on the matter
with the saino unconcern. Tho re
poited Biitisli occupation of a coal
ing station site beside the American
one at Pago Pago, Samoa, is also
found to be all right and in accord
with amity between the two gioat
After shaving use (Jucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
t umber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Vita oil is a specific adveitised foi
various injuiies and maladies by
Hob: on, Newman & Co.
The blt-ons will give a faiowoll
testimonial benniit to Mrs. Martha
li. Sleeti on .Monday evening not.
Fine tailor goods, furniture and
feed are to be sold at auction by .1.
P. ILorgan at 10 o'clock 1 0-11101 row.
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at thoir houses by Miss
Wolf, 7.'$ Boietania stieet. Mutual
Mechanics' Home, 59 and 01 Hotel
Of tho class of 181)2 nt Cornell
University 118 favored a protootio
tariff nud forty-nine opposed it.
Tho Prosbytorians ate about to
establish a college in Salt Lake City,
and have purchased a site of 100
Ono-third of the students abioad,
it is said, dio prematurely from tho
effect of bad habits acquired in col
lege. During tho last joar there giadu
atod from tho medical colleges of tho
United Slates about r,00() young
Moip than one-third of tho leach
ors of tho United States aro men -12MI2!)
men and 227,.'W)2 women
In almost all the manufacturing
towns of Europe during the last
half-century schools have boon open
ed for apprentices in the industrial
England, with ninety-four univer
sities, hits 2,723 more professois and
51,81-1 more students than tho 360
universities of tho United States.
The revenues of CKfoid and Cam
bridge represent a capital of about
$75,000,000. The University of Loip-
sic is worth nearly 20,000,000- .V.
Tho oldest college in North Amer
ica was founded in 1531 tho Col
lege of St. lldofono, in tho City of
Mexico. Tlio next oldest is Laval
Prussian education is more thor
ough than that of any other country.
Ever' child is in school f 10111 live to
fouiteeu years of age. Patents must
obey tho law, pay a iino, or go to
Out of a class of 110 gills, the
largest Wellesloy College has ever
graduated, thirtj'-eight gills havo
health as good as when they entered,
twenty-six bettor and fourteen not
On Juno 131 h the School Boaid of
St. Paul, Minn., abolished tho dis
tinction of sex in tho niattei of
salaries, and will hereafter pa- wo
men tho same as 111011 for doing Ike
President Eliot speaks of Harvard
as '"tlio only university in Ninth
Ameiic.i which has had the piivilo0o
of giaduating eight successive gen
et at ions of men in one honorable and
sin v ii-oablo family."
The University of JWlin, with lis
U,(MX) students and scores of famous
professors, has a capital of but 750,
000. Its largest endowment, that of
tho Countess Bose, is only S150.000.
Nevertheless, it is tho seat of the
highest German learning and claims
to havo the ablest corps of instiuc
tors of all tho vvoild's schools.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
For two years I suffered terribly
with stomach tronhlc, and was for
all that time under treatment by a
physician. lie finally, after trying
everything, said stomach was about
worn out, nud that I woidd have to
cease eating solid food for a time nt
least. I was so weak that I could
not work. Finally ou the recom
mendation of a friend who hod used
A worn-out with beneficial re
sults, I procured n
Stomach. bottle of August
Flower, and com
menced using it. It seemed to do
me good at once. I gained iu
strength and flesh lapidly; my ap
petite became good, and I suffered
no bad effects from what I ate. I
feel now like a new man, and con
sider that August Flower has en-
ji . .. .1 ... r T...Knr.!n 2.. St.
ureiy emeu 1111; ui jjyajjsjsiu 111 ic
worst form. Jajiks F. Dudhrick,
Saugerties, New York.
V. B. Utsey, St. George's, S. C,
writes: I have used your August
Flower for Dyspepsia and find it au
China, Glass anil Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalnmianu St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New Goods, ex Benmore,
SI'ITIAI. DISPLAY OF
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION " SALE
On Friday, -A-vig. 86,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
I will sell nt Public Auction, at mj SiiIpm
roouiM, a l.i ro line of
FINE TAILOR GOODS,
In Suit and 1'ants Patterns:
Wools, Tweeds, Diagonals,
Dtc, I'tu., Ktc. Also,
I'.irloi- (sets. Ik-dsteails, Chairs,
lite, Dtu., and
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WED6EW00D,
and Other Fine Ware.
USTe-w I2.tn.gs and Osurpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, lYoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Gut Salads, Etc.
MUDWARE 00., Ltd
au.xxim.ins' Blook., Fort Street.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
l'ltlDAY, tho 2d day of September,
being thu Anniversary of tlio lllrth of Her
Jlajosty tho Quien, will bo observed us a
National Holiday, and all Government
Olllcefi throughout tho Kingdom will be
dosed on that d'iy.
o. s. si'u.vonii,
Minister of tho Inteiior.
Interior OHU-o, Aug. 21, lb'J2.
ilil. V. i:. II. )UVi:itILI has been un
pointed by tho Hoard of Kdiieatlon, School
Auont for the District of Iluiinlel, on tho
Inland of Kauai, In plain of Mr. Chan.
Koclliiij,', who hap resigned.
Ity order of the Board of Kducatlon.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Oillco of tho Douid of I'diientlon,
Aug, 15, ls!).. !!! :it-:il 2t
Picture Frames made to order from
Latest Styles of Mouldinys. Jtt nota
tion of Old 1'ietures a specialty at Kimj
Jhos,, Hotel street,
THE JUDICIARY BILL.
Tho Lcgislaluru is engaged to-day
in i-cnihidoring tlio Jtidiciaiy Bill ppc-
tion by hootion. It is to bo hoped
tho mcnsuio will cotno through with
out daniago fioin ollicions ainend
nionts. Haing had its provisions
maturely discussed by tho ablest
mindfe of bench and bar, tlioto is
danger in tampering with tho do
tails. Unless somo vital omission bo
discovered it is doubtful if tho bill
can bo improved by tho assembled
wisdom. Tho main question is on
the principle of tho bill, to which
there seotns to bo a preponderating
assent. It ought to result if passed
in a imolutioniing for the better
tho Judiciary of the Kingdom.
by day, week
FiOc. a night;
A graphic description of the scones
in Parliament attending tho down
fall of Lord Salisbury's long-lived
admiuibtiatiou is to be found iu this
issue. If we mistake not, tho "Mem
ber of Parliament" who supplies Ben
nett's cablo letter is Michael Davitt,
who is well known as an able writor
as well as parliamentarian, The
view he takes of Gladstone's posi
tion, as that of a prominent homo
rulor, is decidedly interesting and
scarcely calculated to inspire san
guine hopes of the "grand old
inan's" nticcoss in this doubtless last
great oUbrt of his lifo. Homo rule,
howoor,hnstakou an immense stride
fonwtid, It is now advocated by
Cecil Hhodos, tho Imperial states
man of Capo Colony, as au import
ant factor iu the piohlom of Impe
month 25c. and
and 1.2." a week.
W. Lanss has leased tho shooting
right of ceitain lands in Koolatt
poko, and warns liospassors they
will bo prosecuted.
Chas. R. Bishop issues an inipoit
aut notice to members of tho Ameri
can IJeliof Fund and Americans, who
ought to belong to it.
Madam Steen oilers her soi vices as
advisor to ladies and thoso disap
pointed in business and other all'aii.s.
Consultation hours aio given in a
Dr. McLennan has returned to Ala
kea street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lut. Ollico hours, 1) to 12, 2 to 1,
and evenings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Hell telephone PJ7 ; .Mutual 082.
Oilicor.i of the Waiohinu Agricul
tural and Grazing Company have
been elected for tho ensuing year as
follows: Piesidont,IIon. W. G. Irwin;
Vice-President, Mr. J. M. Monsairat;
Secretary and Treasinor, Hon. C. P.
taukoa; Auditor, Mr. W. M. Giilard;
Directors, W. G. Irwin, ,1. M. Mon
sariat, C. P. Iaukoa, Hon. J. Kntt
hane, J, D. Paris.
Bits of Information.
Statistics piovo that tho negto in
tho South lives longer than tho ne
gro in tho North.
While there aro now 1,000,000 Ho
biows in tho United States, there aio
over r,000,000 in .Russia.
Tho number of juvenile criminals
in England shows a reduction from
.1.)S8 in 1871 to 38i)2 in 1891.
Tn 100 j'eais $500 woith of pennies
would only bo worth $250, so quickly
does copper money wear aw'ay.
Tho river approaches to Lake Nica
ragua abound with tho onfy species,
of fresh-water shark known to .scien
tists. lion expands with heat, and the
Eiflbl Tower is said to lie eight
inches higher in hot than it is in
A well-known artist declares that
in ninety-nine cases out of 100 the
left side of the human face is more
pei feet in outline.
Tho area of Philadelphia is 12!)..'$
square miles. The city of Philadel
phia is co-extensive with the county
of tho same name.
Bran & Middlings,
(psl-u; SMI nt,
Monday Evening, Aug. 29th,
The List I'eiforin.inee anil rmetttll
Tustiiiioiuil Hcnelit to
Mrs. MARTHA E. STEEN,
The Only Genuine Miutl Reader & Second
Sight Seer In the World 1
Prof. CHAS. N. STEEN,
IN NT.W STAHTMN'd NOVlUriKb.
Oscar Smith's New Entertainment
" Voices from Shadowland ! "
Best Programme of the Season !
gUp- Tickets now on s-ile .it Lewis .1.
WILL ltUMJMK HLS
China, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery
S0 J'lCTUKE FRAMING IX ALL ITS BRANCHES
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Pftcitlc Hardware Co.
It ih to bo hoped that tho Hotul
Board of Honolulu, having htnitcd
well and won gonoral prnij-o for olli
uiont work, will not ontor on a carcor
of i-ostly oxporiinontation. Thorn
aro many woll-ostablishod syntonis of
btroot construction, tho uatuio of
Columbus and tho Egg,
Profoshor Edwin J. Houston, in
his roconl lootnro boforo tho Brook
lyn Institutu of Aits and Scioncos,
in roforring to tho inoidont of bal
ancing an ogg on ond, givos tho usual
explanation that Columbus accom
plished it by cracking tho shell. Wo
aro not prepared to controvert this
idea authoritatively, but for years
havo regarded it w.ith suspicion,
Patriotism inspires in our breast such
a high regard for tho one who dis
covered tho land upon which wo live
as to foi bid our attributing to him
any such disroputablo trick. Wo bo
liovo that others cracked eggs boforo
Columbus, as thoy havo since, and
stood them ou ond, too, but, as t hero
is another way of balancing an ogg
without rosoitiug to such unfair
means, wo submit this explanation
as probably tho true one of Colum
bus' foat. If a fioshly laid hen's egg
bo violently shaken so as to thor
oughly mix tho yolk and white, and
also to fracture tho air sac and
allow the contained air to rise, it is
simply n question of manual dexter
ity, within tho roach of all, to balance
an ogg, without cracking it, on ti
porfoctly smooth surface,
White Mountain Ice Cream Freez
ers. From one quart to 12 quarts.
The larger sizes with lly wheel.
All attempts to supersede this
pattern hao failed.
Call and got a Whitman Patent
Killing Bit, nickol plated,
Paciiiu IIaiidwaiik Co., Ld.
Residence 13 Emma St.
Mutual Tel. 321.
To Let or Lon.sc.
rpVO NIOH1.Y i-'UK-
tnilly hunted. Inquire at
ISumxtik Olllcu. 3SMf
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Just Received a 3STew Invoice of the
Oottugu nt MuKIUi,
near lieietaiila street I'.ir.
Kent 10. AiililvtliNullieit.
TMJVAL IMIUMIBIJS. 31
xJ Keriitniiiii Ktreet, 011-
Fort street eluueli.
It. I. lillii;,
Davies A (Jo.
Mr. Lander's Recommendation.
Mr. J. A. Lauder, a prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Aio,, and
widely known in that State, says of
Ohamboi Iain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Komodv: I havo seen its
good results and can iccomniend
it." For saloby allde;tlois. Bonson,
Smith iVi Co., Agents.
9 iioitbi: l'ownit immikjut iia.ti:u
Jj Lnginu mill Holler, in good wot king
order, for part lutilnraui terinmipply totlui
Messrs. King Jiros. tire showiny a fine
line of ISamboo and other style 1'arlor
Easels, Wall JSraehets, and Window
Cornices, at Prices to meet the times.
Ni:v nousi: ok rivn
rouniH. on Mumiine
Ktreet, w It Ii Ilatliruuiii, pat- Sji
cut Vv. 0.. etc. t'oniiiianilH JLJ
oneol the IliieHtvIewHiu Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS
AN'ici; cori'Aoi: on
lleietaulu stieet, near
I'ilKni Htieet, containing
I'nilor, '2 Ilidiooms, Ilatli
rooui. Dliiiiiurooni, I'antrv
Traini-arn liass even ainiiniiti-s, Apply at
(illicit of thin paper.
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses and Children.
Fast Color and
Are tlie Best DVCaxfLe.
Al-'III.I.SHT OK IIOUKKIIOI.I) KUII
nitiire iih it htiuids. The Lease of
the 1'reinlscs No. U Koit street, in ul-o
ollcred foi iliwp03.il. Knrthei paitieitlais
ou iipiillcatton to
I'W-tf On the pn-nilsen.
When you mint u Portrait Ihdaryed
call on King Jiros,, git their Pi he l.ixt,
and see Samples. They can't be beatl
Temple of Fashion
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
"W Just Received
2Te-w Dress Goods,
Ijic3.ies' Bedford Caps,
Belts, Latest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH & CO,
3STe-w Goods ! 3STe-w Goods !
l'ONdKi: DKAI'nKIKk-l'OltTIKKLri-J'lNnAl'I'bi: TISBUH BATTi:i3N8
wuiTi: i)i!i:bh (iooi)b in oui:oks and whu-us.
japan i:si: coiiDr.D tutni'i:.
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IN CiltNAT VAltlDTV AT LOW I'HIOIIB.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batlaing Suits ixi Cotton and Wool
KOlt LADIlIb, (UJNTb, AND OlIILDltK.N.
OA.IiIj .A-l-TID SEE OXJK, 3STEV7" GOODS,
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
& o f