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Tondors for Drugs nnd Modlcal
Scaled Tenders will be received at tlio
Odlco of tho Hoard of Health until TUl'.S
DAY, September '27, 189-V-at 12 o'clock
noon, tor supplying Drugs mill Medical
Supplies to nil Government DMriet Phy
sicians, Hospitals nnd Dispensaries undor
control of tho Hoard of Health for tho term
of one year from October 1, 1S!)2.
Tho Drugs nnd Medical Supplies must he
up to tho requirements of the Pharmaco
peia of tho United States of Amerien, un
less otherwise ordered.
A list of the Drugs nnd Medical Supplies
enn be procured on application at the
Hoard of Health Olllce.
Parties offering tenders must furnish the
very best quality only of tho articles re
quired. The Board does not hind itself to accept
the lowest or any hid.
All bids should bo mnrked, "Tender fur
Drug nnd Medical Supplies."
President Hoard of Health.
Foreign Oflleo Notice.
Honolulu, Sept. II, 1MI2.
Olllcial notice having been given that
during the temporary ubsciife of
SENHOR A. in: SOUA CANAVARRO,
Charge d'Atl'aires and Consul-General of
K. HUTCHISON', E-o..,
will discharge tho functions of Consul-General
as Aoting Consul-General, all persons
nro hereby required to give full faith and
credit to all the otlicial acts of tho said K.
Hutchison, Esq., as such Acting Consul
Minister of Foreign Allairs.
522 2t-3S It
It has pleased Her Majesty tho Queen to
appoint the followiim named gentlemen to
bo Her Cabinet, namely:
EDWARD C. MACFARLANE,
Minister of Finance, vice II. A. Wideinann,
Minister of Foreign Allairs ;
CHARLES T. GUL1CK,
Minister of Interior, vice C. X. Spencer, re
Iolanf Palace, Sept. 12, 1S02.
520 3t-38 It
Tenders for tlio PureTiRRn, of tto
waiian Government Trea
Depaiitment ok Finvnce, )
Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 1, 1892. j
Under authority of the Act approved
August 30, 1892, the M blister of Finance
offers at par Treasnry Xotes of tlio Ha
waiian Government for if.WjOOO, in denomi
nations of not less than ?500 or morn than
?5,000, payable one-half in four months
and tho other half in eleven months from
tlio first day of September, 1W)2. These
Xotes will hear interest not exceeding (i
percent per annum, payable semi-annually
in U. S. Gold Coin, and are exempt from
Tenders for tho above will bo received at
the Treasury up to the 20th day of Septem
ber, 1892, which tenders shall state the
amount desired, nnd the interest which
will be aecoptod by tho person applying
513-10t Minister of Finance.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Government Lot on Queen Street
now occupied by tho Hono
lulu Iron Works Co.
On THURSDAY, Oct. (J, 1892, at 12
o'clock noon, nt tho front entrance of Alii
oluni Halo will bo sold tho Lease of all
that Lot on tho mauka side of Queen street,
opposite tho Old Custom House, having a
Irontago of 112J4 feet, and a depth on the
Ewn side of 80 fcot, and on the . aikiki
side of SSiZ feet, now occupied by the
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Term Ieaso for Ten Years.
Upset price $.7X1 per milium, payable
semi-annually in advance.
C. X. SPENCER,
Minister of the Inteilnr.
Interior Otllco, Sopt, 7, 1892. 517-3t
SALE OF TWO LOTS
Of Government Land at Putin, N.
On THURSDAY, Oct. (J, 1692, at 12
o'clock noon, nt tho front entrance of Alli
olunl Halo will bo sold at Public Auction
Two Lots of Government Laud at Piuui, in
K. Kona, Hawaii, an follows:
Lot 1 Containing an Area of 17 0-10
Acres, Upset price 50. .
Lot 2 Containing nn Area of 10 (MO
Acres, Upset price $50.
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oflleo, Sept. 7, 1892. 510-at
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LAND
At Lanihau 2d, Kailua, N. Kona,
On THURSDAY, Oct. 0, 1802, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Alii
olani Hale will ho sold at Public Auction
a piece pt Government Kulu Land, by sea
shore In tho village of Kuilua, at Kona,
Hawaii, suitublo for house situ or small
pasture lot, containing tin urea of 1 39-100
Upset prico IK).
0. X. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oflleo, Sept. 7, 1892. 017-3t
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SALE op government lot
Corner of Punchbowl Stroet and
Printer's lia.no, Honolulu, Oahu.
On THURS1HY, Oct. (i, l-, nt 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alli
olant Ilnle will he sold at 1'ubllc Auction
tho Government Lot on tho smith corner
of Punchbowl street and Printer' banc,
Honolulu, Oflhu, containing an area of
12,311 square feet, together with the
Tho Government reserves the right nt
nnytlnio to cut through tho upper part of
this l.ot n road f0 feet wide for the purpose
of extending a sircet from Palace Walk to
Alapai street without liability to claim for
damnges from the owner or occupier of
said I.ot, cither for land taken or for the
removal of buildings or fences,
A map of tho I.ot showing the strip re
served for rond can lie -ecu at the Land
Ofllce, Interior Department.
Upset price If 7M).
0. N". SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Sept. 7, 1MI2. r.17-:?t
HE DilLY BULLETIN.
Plcdjird o neilhi'v Srct wr 1'drtij,
Hut Jixlahlhltnl for the Henrfit of Ml.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1802.
Mr. Wilder said this afternoon ho
hoped (hero could bo got a Cabinet
with as good men in it, as Messrs.
Ashford and Thurston. Thoy were
great mon when there befoVo at
getting up a first -uluss circus be
tween t homsolves.
Tho Advertiser's selected authority
in San Francisco on the Hawaiian
political situation, including the
statement that the community is
sighing for V. V. Ashford as a savior,
spent throe terms in tho Oahu
prison tho' offenses being smuggl
ing, robbery, and trying to escape.
Mr. Wa.ller Hill, Postmaster-General,
has addressed a circular to
postmasters, to put them on guard
wfniit nllnii'ini 4 twt ti1.hwi rf
o"";'u ""e "-" ..o "
stamps irom articles in mo mans.
The -warning is necessary on account
of tho commercial value of used
stamps, which has mado tholn in a
few cases tho spoil of assistants in
As was expected after tho antago
nistic reception given tho new Min
istry by a few members on Monday,
as well as from woll-known doings
on tho outside since, a lesolution of
want of confidence was moved in the
Legislature on its opening this
morning. Hon, W. O. Smith was
tlio mover, indicating that he is
willing to umlurtaKu tlio format km
of a Cabinet that will hold, under
tho great new "principle" tlio Adver
tiser wants to tack on to tlio Consti
tution. Indications at midday wore
that there will bo no use for I lie new
"principle," as it would seem the
Queen lias commissioned a Cabinet
with a majority at its back in the
THE WATER QUESTION.
A correspondent makes a forcible
appeal for public attention to one of
the most vital subjects affecting the
well-being of tho people of Hono
lulu. This subject is tho water sup
ply. Scarcity of water is again the
complaint, as it was last year and in
former years of drought. But it is
not so much absolute search' that
gives eauso of complaint to our cor
respondent and others similarly lo
cated 011 tho highor levels. 11 is a
fault' distribution. When people
in carrying water that they have paid
to bo brought to them pass the pro
mises of their neighbors to have
their ears regaled with tho sound of
pouring and splashing water they
naturally think there is something
wrong with tho system. Whatever
it is that is wrong demands the at
tention of tho Legislature to devise
and apply a remedy. All that has
been heard from that quarter thus
far has been a rash recommendation
for tho abolition of tho oilico of
Superintendent of Water Works.
What seoin to bo the improvements
required are tho lining of the reser
voirs with cement or other water
tight material, the readjustment of
water gates in tho mains to provido
for more equable distribution in
droughty times, means for saving
water now going to waste, and, possi
bly, nu artesian well or two suitably
located with power if required for
pumping the yield thereof into
mains. Whatever set of Ministers is
to hold oilico should make tho con
servation and improvement of water
supply a chief item of policy, and
on procuring the means sot vigor
ously to work to prevent future pos
sibility of tho calamity of a water
famine. If tho people are to pay
water rates thoy should bo guaran
teed an adequate supply.
Saved a Woman's Lite.
Mr. J. 13. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two teaspoonfulH of ChamborJaiu's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hom
ed' saved the life of Mrs. Jane
Thomas, of this place." J to also
states that several other very bad
cases of bowel complaint there have
been cured by this remedy, For
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
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1 linvo rend with considerable in
terest the vaiious article in your
paper on politics, lottery licenses
and schemes for raising money nnd
making tho country flourish without
the lottery -to say-nothing of Cabi
net making and numerous other sub
jects, and in all the subjects dis
cussed there is not one of vital im
poilanco, and when 1 say vital im
portance 1 mean what T say. Even
when such n subject is staring us in
the face and many people of all
clascs colors and reli Jons are
sorr to testify to the truth of the
above assertion. Some people may
wonder what lam trying to come
at, but 1 will guarantee that they
will not be found among the num
ber who have been packing water
this very night up the side of Punch
bowl hill for tin most necessary
purpose1-', and who have done so for
the nasi week ami who, on account
of the lack of a little water, have
seen their plants die one by one. 1
claim that this water question is not
only a big but a most important
question, nnd as tho Government
has sold lots on tho slopes of Punch
bowl with tho promise of a water
supply (without which they are not
worth 10 cents each), 1 also claim
that it is liable to terminate as a
serious question to tho Government
for making false, promises.
Those who have artesian wells of
their own or have access to them, or
live on the flat portion of the town
and are thereby able to drain the
last drop of water from the water
main, will not see the force of these
remarks. 1 do not wisli to complain,
but until this water question is re
medied it demands the attention of
the Legislature tho earliest of any
thing thoy have in hand.
I should have addressed you a
week itgo, Mr. Editor, but 1 have
been anxiously waiting for someone
to 1)0 obliged to pack water who is
fond of addressing a newspaper
editor, and now 1 have come to the
conclusion that all tho newspaper
writers bunco I heir own artesian wells
and have know nothing of the water
famine. 1 also hope that someone
who is inclined to criticise 1113 feeble
improving tho supply of a necessity,
will kindly step in and bear 1110 out
so far its is consistent and do all tho
justice to tho subject possible for
the Held is large. So pitch in and
sty something while tho Legislature
is in se.sion and they will help us
out. A. B. C.
Honolulu, Sopt. 11, 181)2.
Is tho Trust Better?
Editou BuLi.rn.N :
The P. C. Advert isor of Sept. 5
said that "over three hundred peo
ple attended (ho Y. M. C. A. service
last evening to hear briuf speeches
from leading men against the lottery
scheme." As the Advertiser has
thieatoncd to give tho names of
those who signed the lottery scheme,
1 will now ask the Advertiser to also
give tho names of all those who wero
at tho )l. M. 0. A, meeting, who did
not join or were not heart and soul
in the sugar trust, for the double
purpose of crippling Sprockets and
making- money. Now, then, Mr.
Advertiser, do your duty; and at the
same time acknowledge the truth,
that tho biigar trust was and is to
day one of the biggest thieving and
swindling corpoiations in tho United
States or any other state.
Gamo of Blum
13uitoii Bulletin :
in an editorial of tho 1 C. Adver
tiser of Sopt.li, is the following: f
tho majority of tho Legislature has
tho courage of its convictions, its
will must prevail, and a new victory
will be registered for popular liberty
in Hawaii." Article -11 of tho Con
stitution reads thus: "Thoy (mean
ing tho Cabinet) shall bo appointed
and commissioned by tho King," etc.
The Queen should also have the
courage of her convictions. Bravo
men never stoop to tho level of play
ing the game of 1)1 11 If, upon a lone
Something Now in Ranjjos.
The Paoiho ITaiidwaiu: Co., (L'd.),
havojiist received an invoice of the
M. A; D. WnoiTuiiT Sn:i:L It Axons
which are superior to anything of
the kind yet invented. They have
been adopted by tho United States
Navy and are in use on the Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
other new vessels, Also on several
of tho now vessels lately built for
the trade but ween San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of these Ranges
will at once show their many advan
tages over all competitors.
Kulolo, Something Good.
Six cups Turo Flour, 1 cups cocoa
nut milk, 1 tablcspoonfuls sugar,
grato lino tlio moat of 2 coeoauuts
ami mix all toyothor well, put in a
(loop (UkIi well buttort'd anil balco
1 hour in a moderate oven; uaton
warm or cold it is uxcollout and can
not bo bout.
FIRE IN A BARN.
An alarm for a firo in tho vicinity
of Thomas Square was sounded nt
10:25 o'clock this morning. Engine
Co. No, 1 was on the spot inside of
four minutes, but failed to Hud a
hydrant, and after no little delay
one was found hidden in tho dust
about four inches from tho surfneo
of the ground. The chemical en
gine followed No. 1's engine, but in
some way or othor mado a nustako
and went over to Horetania street.
The lire was finally located in a bain
in the roar of Mr. F. S. Dodge's resi
dence. A Chinese servant with a
bucket of Witt or mounted the roof,
through which small spurts of lire
wero issuing, and soon quenched the
blaze. Tho side of tho room in side
was scorched and had it not been for
timely warning and assistance tho
whole placo would hnvo been burn
ed. The firo originated from heated
irons which had been loft near
clothes after ironing. Some of tho
clothes wero burned. The nssistanco
of the engines was not required.
Mrs. Dodge and friends wero in at
tendance at tho Legislature- and
were summoned and arrived homo
in quick order. After viewing tho
lire and its result, and noting noth
ing disastrous thoy returned to the
Avoid This Stylo.
Tho following correspondence
taken from the New Glasgow (Nova
Scotia) Chronicle, anent tho habit
of some young men there to stroll
and loiingo on a certain bridge of an
ovening and tho results thoreof,
shows how a real grievance may bo
mado ridiculous by the adoption of
a mock-horoic rhetoric in describing
the nitiDai: surroitTS ok new Glasgow.
Fellow Citizens and Civic Fathers:-
You, who havo over sought the
weal and honor of our town this
grand old growing town, New Glas
gow hear mo this day as I appeal
to you and to your patriotism.
Hear 1110 as L lift up my voice and
in warning. Can you not see that
wo have reached a crisis, a crisis in
tho history of this our town. Threat
ened we are this day with an inva
sion. (Oh, tremble not) I speak not
of an enemy without but one within
the camp. Wo aro not threatened
with tho army worm or bug that
eats potatoes, even this wero para
site enough heaven knows, thoy
could not but fatten on our crops
and scarcity produce. Bui we make
boast oT Scotch descent and all that
(hat implies, who glory in the fact
that wo havo sprung from stock so
grand, a raco who wero nature's real
gentlemen, gallant and chivalrous
they wero oven to a fault, and thoy to
us a lasting heritage havo given, of
noblo instincts, instincts which, if wo
but follow in their load will make us
far too manly to allow a something
clothed in garb of man to make
their rendezvous our own street cor
ners, or prop their uncouth forms
against tho bridge which spans our
pretty river, leering and peering in
the face of maiden, wife and mother;
left without choice thoy walk tho
carriage path, thus giving up tho
right of way to these rude loafers.
This day I challenge any town in
this Dominion to produce a truer,
fairer typo of womanhood than wo
can boast of in our Now Glasgow.
Then why porinit them to bo thus
annoyed and treated as a walking
circus. These bridge supports will
tell us thoy but seek ozone from air,
and cooling breeze from off East
Kiver, and yet their backs aro over
to tho breeze and faces to the ladies.
If air thoy need a fund to that end
might bo raised and give thorn
nightly sails upon tho river,
Oh, for a citizen above such things,
full of tho lire and nature of tho
gentleman, who, for tho sake of gon
tlewomanhood, would shoulder rako
and hoe, and shovel, eloar out our
streets and corners, rako and shovel
up our bridge of those unmanly
But think not ovou for a nioniont
our civic fathers, fellow citizens, that
wo would either ino or jail him for
thus keeping up to the typo of our
forefathors. Wo would hand his
name in honor down to our postority
and hold him up as a true sample of
a manly man. TnisrLi:.
New Glasgow, 15th August, 181)2,
Jay-Eye-See Still In It.
Aii exchange in a report of what it
calls "tho most successful trotting
meeting over hold in Chicago,"
which closed on tho 19th of August,
hits tho following roforonco to one of
Another speed contest was that of
Jay-Iiyo-Seo. Ho started to beat- his
own record of 2:10, made nine years
ago, when he was tho sensational
trotter of the year. Ho is now 11
years old and in his old age ho has
nucoum a oncer, and at that gait
yesterday, driven by his owner, Jack
sou J, Case, he paced a mile in 2;08ij,
and it- was evident to good judges of
speed that ho could have gono tho
mile at least a second faster. Before
the season ends this reiuiniscenco of
other days may conio very closo to
tho low mark of 2:05J set by Hal
Pointer during tho moo'ting.
Koot 13eor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
O. J. McCarthy hns lots on Lililin
at root for salo.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Uonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco ly Cu
cumber Tonic, Benson, Smith & Co.,
Abraham Fernandez, trustee- of
Lydia K. and Sam. Kainaknia, has a
cautionary notice in this issue.
Mechanics' Homo, 5!) and 01 Hotel
streol. Lodging by dtvy, week or
month--25c. and 50c a night; ?1
and 1.25 a weok.
Stockholders of tho Mutual Tele
phone Company are notified of tho
annual meeting to take place nt tho
company's building nt 10 a. 111. of
Wednesday the '28th inst.
James F. Morgan will hold his
regular cash sale to-morrow, offer
ing various merchandise and by or
dor of L. B. Korr, assignee of Ilaino
uiofo, sundry belongings of that
bankrupt ostnto at Wnialua.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Oilico hours, 9 to 12, 2 to -1,
and evenings (5 to 7 ; Sundays JO to 1.
Bell telephone 197 ; Mutual 082.
Tho President of tho Board of
Health calls for sealed lenders up
to noon of Tuesday tho 27.th inst.,
for supplying drugs and medical
supplies to physicians and institu
tions under tho control of tho Board,
for one year from October 1.
Suit to-Test Police Powers.
An important suit, which will
servo as a tost case to dot ermine
whether tho polico and District At
tornoy can summon and hold un
willing witnesses for tho purpose- of
extorting information from them,
,was begun yostenh-vy by Henry Lax
against Assistant District Attorney
Francis L. "Wellninn, Inspector
St oors, Firo Marshal Mitohol, Michael
Cardoza and Detective- J. C. Mont
gomery. Mr. Lax wants 510,000
damages for alleged false arrest and
detention at Headquarters on May
In his complaint Lax alleges that
ho was taken to Polico Headquarters
and kept thoro without a warrant by
the defendants, while Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Wollmnu and others
endeavored to extract a confession
from him implicating him in an
alleged crime for defrauding insur
ance companies. After thoy had
vainly triod for six hours to mako
him incriminate himself, Mr. Lax
says, ho was released and permitted
to go homo. No criminal proceed
ings wero over taken against Mr.
Lax, and ho wants damages.
Lawyer Townsond, of No. 1!) Cham
bers street, is pushing tho case for
Mr. Lax, and thinks ho will win tho
suit. Ho believes that tho case will
result in putting a stop to tho Czar
like acts of tho polico authorities in
trying to frighten prisonors into con
fessions of crime.
Dotectivo Sergeant Bird, who is in
charge of tho Detective Bureau dur
ing Inspector Steers' absence, yester
day said: "This man Lax camo to
Headquartors willingly to toll what
ho know of tho doings of Morris
Spiegel. His statements aro false,
and ho has not the slightest chance
of recovering any damages. Tho
Corporation Counsel has ahead'
boon notiliod to defend tho suit. It
is very well known that wo havo no
power to compel witnesses to come
hero and toll what thoy know against
their will, although wo can arrest
and detain suspects." AVw York
m m m
Tho volunteers of Engino Co. No.
1 will moot tho How do You Like- It
town on tho League Grounds on
Saturday afternoon for a purse. An
admission of twonlj'-livo cents will
bo charged. The following aro tho
teams and thoir respect ivo positions:
Volunteer No. 1. Positions. ,t"t n'-'i.
1 Oil JlkU 11
R. linker e T. Pryco
J. Maknimoku p 1. S. l-uinon
Kaonn u ). Lane
J. Oruhe 2h W. Wilder
I). Carter Hh W. Young
S. llamnla., s.s T. Aukui
ICNakuiim r.f . . . .H.Yiurn
KalnnI c.f P. bowls
Ed, .MeCorriston, ,. l.f I., Singor
Old Rags Wanted.
Clean white rags, suitable for band
ages, aro wanted for use at tho Bishop
Homo and the Boys' Homo, Leper
Settloinont, Molokni. King up 281
Mutual telephone, and thoy will bo
sent for; or loavo tho same at the
oilico of tho Board of Health, or at
.1. T. Watorhoiibo's, Queen street.
Better than the Lottery Scheme !
We will llguro ugalnst any man In
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE !
In fact if you wish to tell anything for
CASH nt To. Prices call nt
MORGAN'S AUCTION ROOM,
The Hon. J. W. Feurimorc is the
Sheriff of Kent Co., Del., and lives
nt Dover, the County Seat and Cap
ital of the State. The sheriff is a
gentleman fifty-nine years of age,
nnd this is whn he says : "I have
" used your August Flower for sev
" eral years in my family and for my
"own use, and found it does me
"more good than any other remedy.
" I have been troubled with what I
" call Sick Headache. A pain comes
" in the back part of my head first,
" nnd then soon a general headache
"until I become sick and vomit.
" At times, toq, I have a fullness
" after eating, a pressure after eating
"at the pit of the stomach, and
"sourness, when food seemed to rise
" up in my throat and mouth. When
' ' I feel this coming on if I take n
"little August Flower it relieves
" me, and is the best remedy I have
" ever taken for it. For this reason
"I take it and recommend it to
" others as a great remedy for Dys
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
By Lowis J. Lovoy.
Hawaiian Tramways Co,, L'd.
On and After Monday, Sept. 12th, the
NUTJANTJ STREET OARS
Will LKAVE VAUOA 0:10
ll:t0, nnd KVEltY 20
until 10:.'10 v. m.
& These Cnrs will run through to l'u
nahou, vin Queen nnd lierctunin streets,
except the 10:10 nnd 10:30 i m., which will
go to I'nlniua. On Snturduys the 10:10 i M.
will go to Punnhou.
LEAYK "WHAKF (!:: a. m., 0:K1, 7:W,
nnd EVKUY 'JO 1IINUTKS until
10:13 i m.
BERETANIA STREET CARS
Will run throngh to tho Vnllcy, vin Queen
street. Times ns nl present.
FORT & AIjAKEA STREETS CARS
IJ3AVH l'AUOA (vin School, Fort and
Alukca streets) 7:35 a. m., 8:35, (on
Sundays !):35), 11:35, 12:35 i M., 1:35,
1:35, 5:35, (!:3.i, (for Vnlnnui 7:35 I: i.)
FKOM WHAKF (vin Fort nnd School
. streets) 8:3 a. m., 0:3, 10:3, 11:3, l'J:3
r. m., 1:3, 'J:3, 5:3, 0:3 mid 7:3 i. m.
E& All Fort-street Cars will connect
witn lleretnnlii-sti-cct Curs at Central
Detailed Time Tables ninv he ob
tained gratis from tho Company, oi fiom
Hobron, Newman it Co., corner King and
Fort street-". 511-St
rpilK UNDKHSIOXKD GIVES NO
JL tice thut he has been appointed
Trustee of all of the Kstate of Lydia K.
Kumuknia and Samuel Kamnkaia, her
husband, by deed of trust dated this
day. All persons indebted to them
are notified to make immediate pay
ment to me.
WithE. O. Hall it Son.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1MI2. KHMw
rpilK UNDKRSIONED HEREBY
J. given notice that all debts con
tracted after this date by either Lydia
K. Kamnkaia or Sam Knmnknin, her
husband, will not bo paid without his
written order, and requests that all ac
counts against them be presented to
him promptly nt the end of each
Trusteo of the Estate of Lydia K.
Kamaknia and S. Kumakaln.
Honolulu, Sopt. 14, 189.'. 5220 w
FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE THE
Millinery Establishment on Fort
street will bo under tho charge of Miw.
Uooii. Miss MoCowau will return on
Monday, Sopt. 12th.
All accounts duo are lo bo paid Imme
diately to Mrs. Hood, or thoy will bo placed
in tho hands of a collector.
Iff- Trimmed Goods will ho sold nt cost
till Nov. 1st. OlS-lw
Election of Officers.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
Meeting of tho Stockholders of the
Waiohinu Agricultuul ,t Gracing Co. held
this day, tlio following Olllcers wero elected
for the ensuing year:
President Hon. W. 0. Irwin,
Vice-President. .Mr. .1. M. Monsarrat,
, & . .. . .Hon. 0. P. Iauken,
Auditor Hon. W, M. Gillard.
W. G. Irwin, .T. M. Monsnrrat, 0. P.
Inuken, J. Kuulmne, J, 1), Paris.
0. P, I All ICE A,
Secretary W. A. it G. Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1W)2. fiOfMni
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETI NO OF THE
Stockholders of tho llouomu Sugar
Company held this day, tho following
Olllcers worn elected for the ensuing yean
President Tom May,
'JivuMircr Geo. H. Robertson,
Seeietnry A. O. Lovekln,
Auditor F, Wiiudonberg,
... , t J. O. Cart?;
Directors J &
(Win. G, Unihli,
A. 0, I.OVEKIN,
becrelnrv Honomu Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, M)2. 4i).'i-lm
T"l'i "UM'K'-MN IS THE LEADING
X Daily Paper of the Kingdom. Fifty
cents per month. '
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Regular Gash Sale !
To-morrow, SeRt. IB
AT to O'CLOCK A. At.,
At my Snlwroom, Queen Street, 1 will sell
nt l'n bile Auction
Ari Invoice of Merchandise,
A Large Line of Fine Tailor Goods
Household Furniture, Sks Rice & Sugar.
Ami by order of Mr. h. 11. Korr, Assignee
of tlio Kstato of Hnnminoto
1 Horse, 1 Carrlago, Stock of Goods,
Lease of Store and Fixtures at Walalua.
Jas. F. IMIorgan.,
SATURDAY, Sept. 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, 1 will sell at Public
"" Auction tho
Lease of the Seaside Residence
11. Mncfarlauo, Esq., nt
Tho Lease has Six Years to run with n
Ten Year extension, at nn annual rental of
$300. There is a
Large Dwelling House,
A Convenient Cottage, Bnth Houses, etc.,
on the Property.
This odors nn unusual opportunity to
obtain a Fine Seasido Kcsidonce with Fine
Deacb and Unexcelled Bathing.
SF For further particulars in regnrd
to houndnrios, etc., apply to
Of Sale of Goods Distrainod for Rent.
Having heretofore taken nnd distrained
tho Goods and Chattels of Thomas Onoken,
for rent in arrears of premises at the cor
ner of Punchbowl nnd Kinuu streets, no
tice is hercbv given thnt on SATURDAY,
the 21th of Sept., 1802, nt 12 o'clock noon,
ntthe Auction Room of Jah. F. Moikian,
Honolulu, will bo sold for non-payment of
rent nnd costs of distraint and 'removal
tho following urticles:
1 Sewing Machine, 2 Smnll Tables, 1
Small Round Tahle, 3 Chairs, 1 lledstead,
1 Spring Mattress, 2 Sen Shells.
AUGl'ST FEREIRA GONSALVKS,
51 7-1 St Jly his attorney A. G. Corren.
11i:i.i. 111. TELEPHONES Mutual 19.
!f!).7f) Per Cord -1 Foot Lengths
ifr.'.M) Per Cord Sawed
M.00 Per Cord Sawed and Split
iflXOO Per Cord 4 Foot Lengths
$15.00 Per Cord Sawed
$17.00 Per Cord Snwed and Split
Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTAOE & CO.
N, I). We guarantee our Wood to be
bound and free from worms. 618-lw
DO YOU FOLLOW ME?
The "Tourist Oi
oau" is mado of
und Turkish Tobac
co Filler with Ha
vana Wrapper of
suporlor grade, and
without paper; pro
seurs to be tho finest
where a short smoke
is desired. Health
ier and better than
a cigarette for a
& Ask your
dealer for them I
Tlio Kuuoy & Co. Branch oi tlio Amorlcau
Cigarette Co., Honolulu.
AT A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of tho Oahu Railway &
Land Company hold this day, tho follow
ing Resolution was adopted;
U'litrent, the name of the Oahu Railway
it Uind Co. has heen used In connection
with u Lottery Scheme without authority,
llemUfd, that public notice be given by
tho Provident that this Company Is not
connected with said scheme and repudiates
such lice of its name.
JOHN II. PATY,
President O. It. ,fc L. Co.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 189.', S20-lw
rpHE WEEKLY IIULLETIN 28 COL
X uiuus of Interesting Rending Matter,
Islands, $ I; mailed to (oreigu countries,,
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