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Tohdors for tho Purchnse of Ha
waiian Govornmont Tron
Dki'.vhtmknt ok Kinanci:, )
'HflNOI.UI.11, 11. 1., Sept. 1, 1 .!.. f
Uiulur nutliurity of tlic Art approved
August 30, 18!U, tho Minister or l'lnancc
oilers nt pnr Treasury Notes of tho Ha
waiian Government for $.V),(kio, in denomt
natious of not less than ifiOO or more than
$5,000, payablo otie-hnlf In four months
mul tho other half In eleven months from
tho first tiny of September, 1MU. TIicm'
Notes will bear Interest Hot exceeding (I
pcieont per annum, payable seini-annunllj
In II. S. (lolil Coin, mul nro exempt from
Tenders for the nbuvo will bo loeeivcd nt
the Trcnsury no to the 'JOth ihiy of Soptcm
bcr, 1MU, which tenders shall state the
ninouut desired, and tho Interest which
will bo invented by the person applying
11. A. WIPP.MANN,
513-lOt MinNter of Pinance.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of Deepening tho
Uhannol at tho entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredger will bo in operation uight
At night there will bo n Danger Signal
placed on tho forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sea level, which can bo
seen by nil vessels appioaehing tho harbor.
Tho Signal consists '
of 3 lied lights and n J i
White light as in ( uki ui:n ,
thodingrnni tho red , i
lights being about 3
feet npart, with tho wiim:
whtto light in tho ! ,
center. i ,. I
All steamers cross
ing the liar will stop "
at a snfe distance from the Dredger and
give one blast of their whistle, which will
be answered by a single blast from the
Dredger, to be followed by three blasts
from the Dredger when the passage is clear
and they can proceed.
The Tug will be on hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing the Dredger when ncces-ary.
O. N. Sl'KXCUH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, March 9, IS!).'.
SALE OF A PIECE
Governmont Land, on Nmmnu
Street, Honolulu, Oahu.
On WEDNESDAY, September 11, ls02,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of
Aliiolunl Hale, will be sold at public auc
tion, u Piece of Government Land, situate
on the southeast side of Nuuanu Street,
nbovo Second Bridge, and below Judd
Street, containing an area of 28-100 of an
Acre, n little more or less.
Upset price, f VK). '
C. X. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, August 10, 1N)
Holders of Water Privileges, or tho-c
paying Water Kates, arc hereby notified
that, owing to the drouth and tho scarcity
of water in the Government lieservoirs,
tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 to 0 o'clock p. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
O. N. SrKSCKit,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. f, li-!L.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, SEPT. fi, 1892.
In "Topics of tho Time," in tho
Century for August, is a paper on
"Popular Crazes." The writer quotes
Professor Brj-co's "American Com
monwealth" in tho observation
that "in no country is public opinion
ho powerful as in the United States,"
also some of his remarks in that line,
including tho following sentences:
"Tho people must not bo hurried.
A statesman is not expected to move
ahead of thorn; ho must rather scorn
to follow, though if ho has tho cour
age to toll the people that they aro
wrong, and refuse to be tho instru
ment, he will bo all tho more ro
speetod." Amongst sevoral "crazes"
that matured public opinion has
dished in the United States, the
Century mentions that of tho green
back, which Mr. Horner is trying to
cultivate into a crop of rag money
in this country. It says tho green
back movement in 1878 "threatened
tho supremacy of political parties in
all parts of tho country, actually
gaining tho control in Maine, polling
many thousands of voles in nearly
every Western State, ami making
inroads upon tho old parties even
in Now York State." Hut, "Uy 1880
noarlj' every trace of this 'craze' had
vanished." It is to bo hoped that in
Hawaii also ovory tracoof the crazo
shall havo vanished before it will
over come to fruition in an inflated
era followed by the inevitable col
lapso of national and private finances
which is certain to ensue if fiat
inonoy bo adopted,
THE CABINET CRISIS.
Tho majority of tho Logislnturo
took n good linl of risk wlton thoy
voted tho Ministry out without hav
ing any agrotMiunit among Utotn
polvos as ton sui'eooding Ministry
that thoy would support. A dolay
of noarly a week so far in (ho soloe
(ion of a Oabinot by tho Quoon is
justification uuough for tho bolicf
that tho majority bltuulorod, whon
thoy precipitated a crisis of which
tho ond was uot visible to thorn.
Ono of tho later developments of
tho waiting period shows tho niaj
orit3 putting themselves further in a
position without parallel in tho mo
del from which our system is shaped.
Within a week from tho voting out
of tho Ministry by a majority of tho
Legislature, wo find a majority in all
likelihood nearly identical with the
original ono petitioning tho Queen
to restore tho Premier and ono of
his colleagues, of the retiring Cabi
net, to ollice. This is perhaps all
right as an evidence of that sober
second thought that comes to some
people for tho correction of thoir
errors, but it makes a precedent cal
culated one day to give our system
of responsible govornmont tho simili
tude of a farce. It is true that somo of
those who canvassed up tho majority
against the Ministry gave pledges
that thoir part-would support tho
return of Messrs. Parker and Neu
mann to ollice. Tt is only right that
such a pledge should bo redeemed,
but the end might have been arrived
at in a more straightforward man
ner. Those who put tho Ministry
out should have had put on thorn
tho responsibility of presenting a
new Ministry acceptable to tho
Queen and the Legislature. !Mr.
Wilder, who moved want of confi
dence, in tho absence of recognized
leadership of parties, should have
been asked to name a now Cabinet,
or to name a substitute who would
undertake the task. If nobody could
bo found able to accomplish tho task,
then Her Majesty would bo justified
in returning their commissions to
the resigned Ministers ;nd sending
them back to meet the Legislature.
There is reason for suggesting such
a lino of procedure as the best that
could have been taken, from tho
fact that the ambit ion of several as
pirants has sizzled out since tho
voting out of tho Ministry. These
gontlemcn havo learned that thoy
were not in a position to obtain re
lief for tho national finances, which
had boon on tho evo of consumma
tion by tho condemned Ministers
when tho Legislature withdrew from
them its confidence. Since tho fore
going remarks were determined on,
it is learned that thoro is a prospect
of a now Cabinet being formed this
afternoon. Let us hope that tho
end will bo such as to make all
things accepted as well, and that
the hastily acting majority against
tho Parker Ministry will have to re
gret only damage that might havo
accrued from their action but avert
ed more by good luck than good
A Downright Lie.
Tho editor of tho Advert isor prints
a downright lio in this morning's
issue, when ho states that ho was
not cognizant of tho fact that gam
bling would bo, and was, tho out
come of tho Advertiser's late voting
contest. Tho editor of tho xdvor
tiser knows as well as I do, that
thousands of copies of his paper
were printed not for general circula
tion, but for tho ballots thoy con
tained, that tho ballots were cut out
of the papers in the Advertisor ollice
and sold, tho remainder of tho sheet
being consigned to tho waste paper
basket. But thon the editor of tho
Advertiser reaped a rich harvest'in
the sale of these ballots, and can
now hold up his hands in hoi' hor
ror at tho thought that gambling
could possibly result from k inuo
con'. a cause. Haiikt.
Honolulu, Sept. II, 1892.
m m tm
I kick! Our national honor is in
sulted. The lottery follows offered
the State of Louisiana a million and
a quarter a year, and thoy offer us
only half a million. Wo aro not on
the bargain counter yet. 'Wo aro
just as good as any Yankee living or
dead. "Wo have our faults, but we
are not cheap, Ivai.so your auto
another throe-quarters of a million,
or wo won't play. J. B.
" Guns to Do It,"
Editoh Bu!.r.r.TiN :
Tho Y. M. C. A. is on tho warpath
and means gore. Hon. "W. O. Smith
iaftor blood. At tho Y. M. C. A.
meeting yesterday ho said that his
parly tho holy sugar stock-gamblers
would shoulder guns to pre
vent tho passage of the lottery bill.
Come on Smith. Got yer gun!
Max Limon, who throo months ago
was a wealthy banker at Kiov, Rus
sia, is working in a clothing storo in
Chicago at $7 a wook. Ho had to
loavo all his possessions behind in
Russia by tho Czar's edict against
ItoniB of Intorost.
Mrs. Martha Annie Hex, tho aged
negress, who recently went all tho
way from West Africa to see Queen
Victoria, had put aside her small
savings for W) years to accomplish
Trees in Central Patk, Now Yolk,
are said to be dying for lack of pro
per attention. It is also said theie
is not enough onith in the park to
permit of proper development in
It is reported that fully 2r,tXX),(XX)
feet of timber have boon recently
destroyed by forest flivs along the
line of the Northern Pacific liailroad
west of Missoula. Tho fires are still
The United States manufactures
(r,0(X) hats every day, while England
manufactures about lO.tXX). The
largest hat manufactory in the world
is the Brussels, which turns out 10,
(XX) hats a day.
Tho average consumption of meat
in tho United States is not less than
175 pounds a year for ovory man,
woman and child, and that includes
tho great element of infancy, where
the meat eaten is trivial in amount.
There is a village in Austria called
Sterbeck of which all tho inhabitants
aro choss-pla3'ors. The game is regu
larly taught in the schools and ovory
year thoro is a public examination
in tho game and a distribution of
prizes in tho shape of chessboards.
"Evening dress indisponsablo in
tho grand anil pit tier boxes, stalls
and dross circle. In all other parts
of tho houso morning dress will bo
admitted." Theso aro tho regula
tions at Drury Lano and Covent
Garden theaters, London, during
tho opera season.
A London schoolboy brought to
his teachor a letter from a physician
stating that "this boy is unfit to at
tend for 301 days." The long and
rather exact poriod named aroused
tho teacher's suspicions and ho dis
covered that the physician had writ
ton "II or 1 days." This tho boy had
changed to "301 days."
Tho area in square miles of Phila
delphia is 129, that of New York
11. Tho largest city in square miles
in tho United States is Chicago, with
an area of 18iU squaro miles. Phila
delphia comes second. New Orleans,
San Francisco, San "Diego, St. Louis,
St. Joseph, St. Paul, Minneapolis
and "Washington all cover more
ground than New York City.
Sir Edmund de Cane, a student of
crime, says that thero were 85,2r0
"habitual criminals" known to the
London polico in 180J, and that in
1890 the number had fallen to 52,000.
He scouts tho idea that crime would
ceaso if drunkenness were swept
awjiy. "If any social habit more
than another leads to crime," ho says,
"it is that of betting and gambling,
which derive their attraction from
the hope of getting' rich without
A quick courtship is chronicled by
a Georgia paper. A man stopped at
a house in Douglassvillo and asked a
lady for a glass of water. "When ho
had quonchod his thirst ho asked
her if she was married or single.
She replied, "Widow." On which
he said ho was a widower in search
of a wife. "Walk in," answered tho
widow, "and we'll talk the matter
matter over." Ono hour later tho
twain wore mado one by the nearest
Hawaiian Tramways Go,, L'd.
On aud After Monday, Sept. 12th, the
NUUANU STREET CARS
Will I.BAVK PAUOA (1:10 a. m., 0:lii),
U:fKi. and KVKHY :!0 JIINUTKS
until 10:110 i'. m.
Ctt These Cars will run through to Pu-
....i t.. i ...i it. .. ....:.. ...........
JI1II1WU, VIM l!l','l! Hllll .WUIUIIIIIIU PII.UIS,
exuipt the 10:10 and 10:150 i m., which will
go to Palama. On Saturdays t lie 10:10 I'. i.
a 111 go to Punnhou.
I.KAVH WHAM-' i):3 a. m i:K), 7:13.
and KVKHY Uo MINUTKS until
10:13 I-. m.
BERETANIA STREET OARS
Will run through to the Valley, via Queen
street. Times us at present.
FORT & ALAKEA STREETS OARS
I.KAVK PAUOA (via School, Port and
Alakea streets) 7:35 a. m., S:35, (on
Hundavs !l:.r), 11:35, 1:!:35 i. m 1 ::,
1:35, 5:35, 0:35, (for Pahima 7:35 i m.)
PHOM AVHAHP (via Port and School
streets) S: a. ., !):3, 10:3, 11:3, l:.i
I-. m., 1:3, 2:3, 5:3, 0:3 and 7:3 v. i.
SW All Port-street Cars will connect
with llcnitania-street Cars at Central
W Detailed Time Tablus may bo ob
tulncd gratis from the Company, or from
Hobron, Newman it Co., corner King and
Port streets. 51l-t
NOTICK IS HKHKHY
given that the fullow
sng described Animals will
1. ...... 1.1 ... II. .1.11.. A. ...It....
on SATUHDAY. Sept, 17. JfcS
i. niiiii hi iiiiiiu ..II1..IU.I. s
1MKJ, at l!i o'clock noon, at the Uovcrunicut
Pound at Maklki:
1 Sorrel Maro, white forehead, all feet
white, brand iiudcsci limbic on left hind
1 lilaiik Hull Calf, white streak on back,
all feet white, no brand.
ter" Owners of the ubove Animals must
send in their claims within 15 days, other
wise they will be sold on tho dato above,
named. D. KAOAO,
(lovcriui'jiu Pound muster.
Honolulu, Sept, 0, 181'-', olI-L't
Perhaps you do not believe these
statements concerning Green's Au
gust Flower. Well, we can't make
you. We can't force conviction in
to your head or tried
Doubting icine into your
throat. We don't
Thomas. war.l'o. T'ie money
is u'.m, and the
misery is yours; ntul until you are
willing to believe, and spend the one
for the reliefof the other, they will
stay so. John 11. Foster, 1122
Brown Street, Philadelphia, says:
" Mv wife is a littb Scotch woman,
thirty yeursofa-e nulof si naturally
delicate disposition. For five or six
years past she has been buffering
from Dyspepsia. She
Vomit became so bad at last
that she could not sit
Every Meal, down to a meal but
she had to vomit it
as soon as she had eaten it. Two
bottles of your August Flower have
cured her, after many doctors failed.
She can now eat anything, and enjoy
it; and as for Dyspepsia, she does not
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KUOW UUlk "l CVtl ll.i ..
By JttS. F. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
On Friday, Sept. 9,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho Hesidence of MPS. PKOLAH, No.
1 1'J Port street, comer of Herctaniastieet,
1 will "ell nt Public Auction, the Untlic
Household rurniturc, comprising
1 New Wicker Parlor Set,
Kasy Chairs it ltockor,
lllack II. C. I.oini;u,
Marblutop Center Tabic,
Drawing Room Portiere,
1 Klcganl l'innu Stand Lamp,
Clipper Spring Mattras"us,
2 Fine B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Sets,
Ji. CliclVonicru, Mo-ltito Nets,
Veranda Cliair, Ferns iV Plants,
2 Ash Marbletop Bedroom Sets,
ileal S.iTe, Ice Chest, li.Uh Tub,
New (Jaidcn Iloe,
1 Parrot Stand, Etc., Etc.
Ml-It ' AUOTIONKKK.
Household -:- Furniture
On TUESDAY, Sent. Gtl!:
AT 10 O'C'I'.CK A. :!..
At the He.sidencc of ..'U. .!. DYEK. Nuu
anu htrcet (above the r. " '.euro of Mr. C.
Afong), I will sell ac Public Auction the
Tn'ir? Household Furniture
Comprising in part:
Pine Center .t Honi Hugs,
Oak Hockers, Piano Stool, Pastels,
1 Elegant Antique Oak Secretary,
Upholstered Easy Chairs,
Largo Oak Dining Table,
Oak Dining-room Chairs,
SOLID OAK SIDKHOAHD,
1 Antique Oak Bedroom Set,
Huir.fc Spring Mattrasscs,
Iron llcdstcad A: Mntlrases,
P. W. Hureau it Washstand,
CHOOICKHY ,t Hl.ASSWAliK,
1 Standard Stove & Kitchen Utensils,
Combination Kitchen Puruituic,
lee Chest, Meat Safe,
Harden Tools, Ho-e,
1 CUTUNDKH CAHHIAHK,
Ferns, Etc., Etc.
tS The Purnitiirc is all new, having
been in use hut a very shoit time.
ISf Promises open for Inspection on
MONDAY, Sept.5tb,fiom II a.m. till '-' r. m.
Jas. IF1. HVEorgan,
N KN'HLIKH COOK W1HHKS A BITU-
ntion on plantation. Address "L.
this ollice. 51l-'Jt
PIONEER BUILDING & LOAN
J of the above Association will beheld
on MONDAY KVKNINO, Kept, fi, 1WU, at
7 I'M o'clock, nt'tlio Chamber of Commerce,
A full attendance is rcnucstcd.
THKO. P. LANHINH,
The Queen's Hospital.
of the Hoard of Trustees ol this Cor
poration will he held at tho Chambci of
Commerce on WKDNKKDAV, the 7th day
of September, at Il:'i0 o'cIock a. m. The
election of u Physiu'un nail u burgeon will
be a portion of the oiivln of the meeting.
A full attendance Is ucslrcd.
Per order. JOH.n 'I- PATY,
Hccrotarv inu cm.
Honolulu, Sept. a, 1802. f.ll-'.'t
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Paper Patterns !
rtn.i. link ok -
prices which wo established
commencing CASH Hiisiness.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Farina Bouquot, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmoal Soap, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Curly Maplo, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 'lb Cents.
tV See our Fine Lino of
' .MKMOKASmiM HOOKS,
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Baso Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
SF Call and see our Hoods hefote buy
ing elsewheic. Last but not lent I
I.ARiir. VAlttKTY OK
Novels & Popular Bound Books,
HART & CO.,
Elite Ice Cream. Parlors,
Wish to inform the Public of Hono
lulu and all lcsidents of the other
Islands that they have secured the
services of Mr. Charles I.udwigsen,
nn expert Candy Maker of lone; ex
perience, and who is paiticularly
familiar with the tastes of all lovers
Having recently made great im
provementsand added new machin
ery toorirextensivo Candy Factory,
we aie now better able than ever
before to supply tho public with
High Grade Confections of Unsur
passed Quality 'and Stiictly Pure
and Wholesome Material. Our
motto will always be
"sot now rin:.r, mir now noon"
can we make the Candies.
Yours, anxious to please.
I1AHT A- CO.
Hi.nr. In: Chi:m Pahlous
AMI C'A.MIV V M'TOISV.
WILL HKSUMK HIS
Residence 13 Emma St.
Mutual Tel. 321.
L. KONG- PEE,
Port street, next to Club Stables,
XT Lately Cutter and Manager of (loo
Kim it Co. (luaruntees flood Pit aud Hea
sonablo Prices. Patronage solicited.
rpHK UNDKIiSIHXKD WILL NOT HK
JL responsible for any debts contracted
by his ton Geo. O. Hoss.
' HK0. .T. HOSS.
Honolulu, Sopt. .'1, 18&!. 51,'l-:it
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
QKPAHATK 8KALKD PH0P0SALS"
O will bo received at thoolllcoofU.il.
Hiploy, Avubitcct, Hooiu5Hpreckelsllloek,
until 'J o'clock v. ji., on tho 10th day of
(September, IbilJ, and opened immediately
thereafter, for all the labor and material
reciutreii tor tne I'ounuation, .uason on;,
Carpenter Work, Plumbing, Plastering,
Painting and Klectrie ork, on tho New
Masonic liuildlng to bo erected at the cor
ner of Alakea mul Hotel streets, In accord
ance with the drawings and speculations
now on lllo at tho Architect's ollice, conies
of which may he had on application. The
Jluilding Committeo reserve tho right to
inject nnv or all bids.
0. H. HIPLKY,
Hitt.i. Ti:i.. ifll. -)-MtiTiiAiiTKi-81.
ttr- IlWlllKNI'l! Ui:i.i. Tbi., WW. -
"1HAHLICS LKONAHD HKCIS TO IN
J form his friends and the public that
he has opened the Carriage Stand, corner
of Nuuanuaud Klugsticels.tobociillcdlho
"I. X. L. CARRIAGE COMPANY,"
whoie Special Hates will he mado for Tou
rist nnd Picnic- Parties to all places of in
leiest ; also Careful Drivers movldcd for La
dles calling or shopping. Tho undersigned
hones by strict attention to business to
gain custom and favor by all,
r&- Carriaue furnished at all hours, dav
or night, also ltaggago Kxpicss
I.N HONOLULU, SUl'POSKI) ON THK
1 Water Pront, a Hold Stud, for tho re
turn of which a iuwuiiI of '.fiO will be
paid. Hetum to this ollice. fii:t-::t
A HKH.MAN HIHL WISH KB A SITU-
V atiou to take care of children. An-
M HS. SOU AKPKH,
Llll Huccn street.
ipoil THK ItKTUHN OP ANAMHKIl
I1 Cigarette Holder, lost on tho Waiklkl
road, toward the Park, on Tuesdav last.
&u,s-lw J. y. MctiUlHK.
PACIFIC EARDWABE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Blook., Iort Stroot.
. 11BJF T7TI?jS.''j!jliy- "Wtai i ' - - .-f j-jjfcJt -aPfSfTw
M. k D. Wrought
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumaim St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
and Other Pine Ware.
3Sr-w Rugs a,ncL Carpets,
IE:n.glisla ZF'-u.rnit-u.r, -
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivorjware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
s I Automatic
Temple of Fashion
CORNER OF FOKT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Wo Just Roooivod
IsTe-w Dress Goods,
Ija.ciies' Bedford. Caps,
Belts, Latest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH & GO.
3Te-w GrOodLs ! JXTe-w Goods !
PONHKK DIIAI'KHIKS POHTlP.ltKH-PlNKAPPLK TISSUK-SATTKKNS
WIUTK DltKSS HOODS IN OHKOKS AND STH1PKS.
.IAPANKSH COItDKD OHKPK,
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IS (1HKAT VAH1KTY AT LOW PHIUP.S.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Bsttliixig Suit3 iaa Cotton and Wool
POP LADII'.M, HUNTS. AND CIULDHUN.
ojoliIj uA.asrD see oxjk. new goods.
Dressmaking unfe the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
Steel Ranges !
VIES & GO.
New Goods, ex Benmore.
3D ID "IT'S
Ice Cream Freezers !
& Barrel Churns.
S "... t.L..', ' v.tL.'fciOj.,... . 5 .W'sr" -'.
ji-tMfijjitMiiMafcKiidSktiiaai'ijit' ,.i, hsa.