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T&,-. - Jf less otherwise ordered.
Tenders for Drugs and Medical
Scaled Tenders will lo received nt tlio
Ofllco of tho Board of Health until TITUS
DAY, September 27, PW. nt 1- o'clock
noon, for supplying Drugs nnd Medical
Supplies to nil Government District Phy
sicians, Hospitals and Dispensaries wider
control of tlio Hoard of Health for the term
of one year from October 1, IMU.
Tho Drugs and Medical Supplies mint bo
up to the requirement1 of tho I'liarin..
poela of the United States of America, uu
less otherwise ordered.
Alit of tho Drugs nnd Medical Supplier
can bo procured on application nt tho
Board of Health Olllee.
Parties olVoring tenders must fiirnMi the
vory best quality only of the nrticles re
quired. Tho Board docs not bind itself to ncccpt
the lowest or any bid.
All bids should be marked, "Tender for
Drue nnd Medical Supplies."
President Hoard of Health.
Tenders for tho Purchase of Ha
waiian Government Trea
Dkpaiitmknt ok Finance, I
Honolulu, H. 1., Sept. 1, ISO J. f
Under authority of the Act approved
August 30, 1SU2, the Minister of Finance
offers nt par Treasury Notes of tho Ha
waiian Government for $50,000, in denomi
nations of not less than $500 or more than
$5,000, payable one-hnlf in four months
and the other hnlf in eleven months from
tho first day of September, WJ2. These
Notes will bear interest not exceeding 0
percont per annum, payable semi-annually
in U. S. Gold Coin, and are exempt from
Tenders for the abovo will be received nt
tho Treasury up to the 20th day of Septem
ber, 1892, which tenders shall state tho
amount desired, and the interest which
will be accepted by the pen-on applying
H. A. WIDEMANN,
513-10t Minister of Finance.
Foreign Office Notice.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During tho process of Deepening tho
Channel at tho entrance to Honolulu har
bor tho Dredgor will bo In operation night
At night there will bo a Danger Signal
placed on tho forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sea level, which can bo
seen by nil veols approaching tho harbor.
Tho Signal consists
of 3 lied lights nnd i I
Whlto llght-ns In i kkii "" I
tho diagram the red i
lights being about ft
feot apart, with tho
whlto light In the
All steamers oros-
imr the Par will stop
at a safe distance fiom the Dredger nnd
give one blast of their whistle, which will
ho answered by a single blast from the
Dredgor, to bo followed by threo blasts
from the Dredger when the passage is clear
and they can proceed.
The Tug will ho on hand when not otlier
w Iso engaged to nsslst sailing craft in pass
ing tho Dredger when necessary.
U. N. SriiMUI'JH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllco, March 0, 1802.
Owing to tho drought nnd scarcity of
water, tho icsidouts maiika of J udd street
nro requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock a. M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 1892. 515-tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Alono in a Big House.
Thoro is ono man in Bar Hnrbor
who Una room enough and to spnro,
says a Har Harbor lottor to tho
Lowiston ilournnl. Holms sumptu
ous aparl moats, dining room capa
blo of sealing several hundred, soino
lift von or twenty pallors, mammoth
lmisic room, and nearly WX) rooms
for his guests should he care to en
tertain. This fortunate man is
George Baldwin Nowoll, of Now
York, tho commodoro of tho Mount
Desert Canoe Club, and ono of tho
best known society nen in tho place.
For ninny years Mr. Newell has
been coming to Bar Harbor, and has
always had tho same room at tho
Rodiek House, whieh had boeomo
tho headquarters or tho boating fra
ternity. AVlion he eaino this year he
was thunderstruck to hear that tho
Rodiek Houso was not to opon.
When ho was told that ho could not
have his old room, so full of pleasant
associations, ho mndo up his mind
that heroic measures wore necessary
and proceeded accordingly.
Commodoro Nowoll ordored his
luggago taken to his old room at tho
famous houso. Ho took possession
immediately and has occupied his
old quarters over since. Ho has to
hnvo his work done by his own at
tendants and rooms in peaco all
alono in this big house of uoarly 700
rooms. Chicago Inter-Ocean .
rrTIT7 T'DfTOT RfPTTDl?
(Continued from blh Page.)
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Established for the Benefit of Alt.
The Water Question.
I read tho articlo by A. B. C.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1SU2.
THURSDAY, SE1?T. IB, 1892.
Tho Advertiser says this morning,
"Wo are willing to sacrifice piquancy
to fairness." This opon confession
of its practico in tho past of sacri
ficing fairness (nnd truth also) to
piquancy and several other things is
refreshing. AVo hope in the future
to see a regonorato Advertiser ac
tually telling tho truth, supporting
honest deeds, and working for tho
best interests of tho community and
country. Keep on, neighbor, you'll
get there if you try hard enough.
Official notice having been given
during tho temporary absence of
SENHOR A. nc SOUZA CANAVARRO,
Charge d' Affaires and Consul-General of
E. HUTCHISON, Es,Q.,
will discharge tho functions of Consnl-Qen-
ernl as Acting Consul-General, all poisons
are hereby required to give full faith and
credit to all tho official acts of tho said E.
Hutchison, Esq., as such Acting Consul-
Minister of Foreign Allaire.
52-2 2t-38 It
SALE OF LEASE
Of Government Lot on Queen Street
now occupied by the Hono
lulu Iron Works Co.
On THURSDAY, Oct. fl, 192, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alil
olani Halo will be .sold tho Lease r.' Ml
that Lot on the mauka side of Queen strc
opposito the Old Custom House, having
frontago of 112J feet, and a. depth on the
Ewa sido of 80J4 feet, and on the Waikiki
side of V24 feet, now occupied by the
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Term Lease for Ten Years.
Upset price $300 per nnnum, payuhlo
semi-annually in advance.
C. X. SPENCER,
Minister of the Intorior,
Interior Office, Sept. 7, 1892. 517-3t
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LAND
At Lanihau 2d, Kailua, N. Kona,
On THURSDAY, Oct. 0. 1802, at 1
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Alii
olanl Halo will be sold nt Public Auction
a piece of Government Kula Land, by sen
shore in tho villago of Ivailua, nt Kona,
Hawaii, suitable for house site or small
pasture lot, containing an area of 1 39-100
Upset price $150.
C. N. BPENOEIt,
Minister of the Intcriur.
Interior Office, Sept. 7, 1892. !17-3t
Tho Advortisor's bantling, tho
Liberal, says: "Sond for one of these
gentlemen to form a Cabinot, thoy
are tho only ones who can bo called
leaders: L. A. Thurston, Jno. E.
Bush, H. P. Baldwin, H. W. Wilcox,
W. O. Smith, .7os. Nawahi. No mat
ter what the opinion of these men
may be, they are too honorable to
undermine tho throno while they"
hold -your commission." Tho secret
is out at hi'st. If these gentlomon
can hold a ministerial portfolio and
lead a cabinet of their own choosing,
they aro then too honorablo to try to
undermine tho throno. If the' can
not get that, what then? "Wo hope
that tho logical conclusion to the
abovo remarks will bo immediately
disclaimed 1)3' tho gentlomon referred
to publicly repudiating any such in
tentions or desires.
last night's Bulletin on tho wator
question, and I can say that over'
wordho writes is tho truth. For I
carried last night ono hundred
buckets of wator and have boon do
ing it lor a week, wo on x'uncn
bowl havo to stay up until two or
threo o'clock in tho morning so as to
got enough wator to last through
tho day. Tho Superintendent of
Wator Works is tho right man in
tho right place and does tho best ho
can under tho circumstances. But
what wo want is tho Legislature to
take tho matter up and appropriato
enough money for several artesian
wells and a pumping plant. Come,
Legislature, got a move on you.
P. J. V.
SALE OF TWO LOTS
Of Governinent Land at Puaa,
On THURSDAY, Oct. 0, 1892, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olanl Halo will ho sold at 1'nbllo Anction
Two Lots of Government Lnnd nt J'lian, in
N. Kona, Hawaii, as follows;
Lot 1 Containing an Area of 17 0-10
Acres, Upset price $50.
Lot 2 Containing an Area of 10 (1-10
Acres. Upset price $50.
0, N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 7, 1802. fiHKJt
Holders of Wutor Privileges, or those
paying Water Kates, are hereby notified
that, owing to tho drouth and the scarcity
of water in the Government Reservoirs,
the Hours for using wator for Irriga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 6 to 0 o'clock i'. m,, until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt, Honolulu Water Works.
O. N. Sl'ENOEIt,
Minlstor of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 5, 1892.
Messrs. King Bros, are showing a fine
line of Bamboo and other style Parlor
Easels', Wall Brackets, and Window
Cornices, at Prices to meet the times.
Mr. T. R. Walker, who is a lead
ing Hawaiian merchant as well as
tlio British Vico-Consul, is not res
ponsible to his Government for
everything ho saj-s or does except in
his ollicial capacity. As a resident
of this country ho is as much enti
tled to oxpress his views publicly on
tho political situation as an' other
resident, ovon if the other is a mem
ber of tho consular or diplomatic
corps. But Mr. Walkor has in no
souse of tho word expressed his
views on tho political situation or
its causes or ofTccls. Ho has simply
pointed out that tho Advertiser
editorially has niado htatomonts
derogatory to tho Sovereign of tho
country to which ho is accredited,
which its own proofs and argunlonts
do not bear out, and that those
statements may bo prejudicial to
tho interests of this country abroad.
Many people, however, dosiro to
suppress 11113' lair or true statomont
or expression of opinion which does
not coincido with their own viows
and schemes, and this no doubt is
tho cause of the abuse heaped daily
on Mr. Walker's head.
Not Quito American.
A correspondent in this morning's
Jdvertiser, who apparently is an
American" of tho spread-eagle type,
.statesThrtso, islands aro American
ft. .muuhiaatAustralia is English or
Algiers, French." Australia is Eng
lish by riglil' Df discovery and exclu
sive settlement. Algiers is French
by right of conquest and military
occupation. Hawaii is American by
right of neither of thoso claims. If
tho othor statcmoits of tho corre
spondent aro not based on an'
greater truths than tho above, tho
whole of his assertions fall to tho
ground, as simply tho bluffing asser
tions of ono who desires to croato
tho feeling that ho is tho spokesman
of a party. Spectator.
The Af8cnihly again reconvened for
tho further consideration of the want
of conlldunco lcpolution ut 7:30 p. m.
sharp. Tliu interior of the House was
tilled to stifroeiilinti almost, but muny
representatives of the fair sex gave a
rolii f to the heavy nir which sur
rounded the general multitude.
Rep. Wiiipuilani said that Hup.
Wilder lind stated that Hie support
ers of Iho Lottery scheme wcro sup-
portcisof the Cabinet. Ho was sat
isfied that could not be so us he sup
ported tho Cabinet but did not sup
port tho Lottery.
Rep. Wilder Yon don't 1 Well, I
mo glad to hear that.
ltup. Wiiipuilani (continuiiifj), said
that in the resolution forwarded from
the caucus tbeio was no right re
served that the members of that cau
cus 8 1 ion Ul form Unit Ciibini't. or that
tlioy could discharge the new Cabinet
on appointment. Iho Queen Had
complied by tlio appointment of
Messrs. Peterson and Mncfarlane. The
letter sunt to Her Majesty was not
from tlio House but fiom tho mem
bo's in their private capacity us citi
zens in emeus. That was the reason
that audience was refused to Hep.
Bush : ho woul'l not have been refused
as a mumiier of tho Houso.
Noble Pot arson said just boforo
recess tho Houso had hoard an hour's
oration on representative govern
ment. It was a grand oration, full
of glittering generalities. It told
enough to fill a constitution, but
contained vory littlo on tho matter
boforo us to-day. Tho lion, gentle
man said tlioy had taken a stand for
representative govorninout, and the'
intended to follow it to tho end. In
1800, when tho Reform party was
put out, did it. insist on tho King
sending for a leader of tho National
Reform party? That was the timo
when tlioy should havo taken this
stand. Tho lion. Noblo had a great
deal to say about tho rulo of the
majority, otc. Majority of what?
Of the people Tho most ho had
heard of that was from threo Nobles.
One of them wont to Hawaii to bo
elected by his own plantation. An
other hot bought himself of his own
homestead and romomboring his
earl' piety and goodness, thought
they would give him a chance. An
other wont to Maui because ho
Something New in Ranges.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co., (L'd.),
havo just received an invoice of tho
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranoes
whieh aro suporior to anything of
tho kind yet invented. They havo
boon adopted by tho United States
Navy and aro in use on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
othor now vessels. Also on several
of tlio now vessels lately built for
the trade botweon San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of these Ranges
will at onco show their many advan
tages ovor all competitors.
Messrs. Thurston, W. O. Smith
and R. W. Wilcox mndo tho most
dastardly and outrageous ehnrgo
hist night against political oppon
ents that could bo made. Tlioy
charged tho Cabinet and tho Mar
shal with spiriting away or being
privy to tho disappearance of tho
lion. P. 1'. Kanoa, claimed to bo a
supporter of tho Opposition, in or
der to provont his voting in favor of
tho motion of want of confidence.
Notwithstanding the absolute denial
of tho Attorney-General on behalf
of himself, his colleagues and tho
Marshal, or anyone acting on thoir
behalf, of any knowledge as to tho
whereabouts of tho missing moinbor,
or of any action on their parts load
ing to his absonco, these gentlomon
reiterated thoir foul aspersions and
vile imaginings in order to make po
litical capital against their oppon
ents and oreato a fooling that tlioy
wore capable of any trickery. Thoir
political ruso will, however, recoil on
their own heads, as nil such despica
ble, unfounded and cowardly mulign
ings of honest opponents should do.
Take Good Oaro of the Children.
If you havo children you will bo
interested in. tho 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 vory sovoro and dangerous
attacks of bloody llux. Tho doctor
hero was unable, after a week's timo,
to check or roliovo either caso. 1
throw tho doctor overboard and bo
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhoea Eomody. Im
provement was soon vocy soon and
my children arose in a few days
from what I feared would bo their
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine." For snlo by all dealers. Bon
son, Smith & Co., Agents.
Kulolo, Something Good.
Six cups Tnro Flour, i cups cocoa
nut milk, 1 tablospoonfuls sugar,
grate fine the meat of 2 eocoauuts
and mix nil togothor well, put in a
deep dish woll buttered nnd bnko
1 hour in a modorato oven; eaten
wamv or cold it is oxcollont and can
not be bent.
Old Rags Wanted.
Clean white rags,suitablo for band
ages, aro wuntedforubont tho Bishop
Homo and tho Boys' Homo, Leper
Sottloinont, Molokai. Ring up 281
Mutual telophono, and they will bo
sent for; or leave tho same at tho
ollice of tho Board of Health, or at
J. T. WatorhousoV, Queen street,
For Moulding-, P ames, Pastels, A rto
types, I'liotognwures, Etchings, and
everything in the line of Pictures, go to
King Bros,, Hotel street.
wanted to be-olected as ho said, and
was.iibtjritnning for fun. What did
thoJ;3peoch amount to? Tho only
thing in it is tho complaint that two
of tho old Cabinet had como back,
and the Promior had not consulted
his colleaguos in tho Houso. Tho
speaker then read tho resolution
presented to Hor Majesty. Ho had
been called in accordanco with that
resolution to form a Cabinet. Tho
objection had boon made that ho
was not a leading member of tho
opposition. Ono Noblo had said,
Who's Potorson? Who'd think of
calling him? Tho man was probably
so filled with a consciousness of his
own importance that the rest of tho
world looked liko pigmies to him.
He had boon asked if ho would con
fer with a commit fee of tho caucus,
and ho had said ho would do so.
False statements had beon made
ltup. Smith rote to n point of order.
Tho lion, member was talking solely
about himtelf. No want of confidence
motion ug'iinst him had been biougbt.
Noblo Peterson said that he was ex
plaining tlio situation. Tho discus
sion in committee had been private,
yet a column and a half account of it
appeared in tho Advertiser which
contained, however, borne suspicious
omiatiioiiB. Ilia latt proposition had
been to give the Reform parly three
moil, he insisting on but one, tlio
present Attornuy-Oeiieral. This oiler
was refused. Tho next morning lie
renewed bis offer. The answer was,
"it is impossible," I therefore told
tho Queen I could not form u. Cabinet
owing to tho obstacles placed in my
way intentionally us 1 thought
though J did not bay so. She thou
called Mr. Miicfarlano, This btiitomont
shows Unit Hor Majesty has done ev
erything she could. Tho majority
which voted out the last Cabinet was
drawn from threo parties, why tbon
should her choice of a premier bo
confined to any paiticular ono. (Tho
speaker then iead the resolution un
der consideration,) The resolution
alleges as a reason why the Cabinet
should be voted out that it docs not
powers the conlldunuo of tho House,
That can only be determined after a
vote. Tho only othor ground is us to
tlio coining buok of members of the
old C ibinet. Ho had thought him
self and bad siid that members of the
old Cabinet should not como back.
But he bail been advised that it was
less objectionable to cull ono who had
not boon premier and two-thirds of
this very majority had agrcod to take
Mr. Parker back, Ho would ask Rep.
Smith and others if that was not bo?
Some questioning was indulged in"
by Minister Neumann, Rep. Smith,
Noblo Young and Noblo Baldwin and
Noblo Peterson continued, saying.
Tlioy admit the soft imponchmont.
Tho only othor objection is that tho
caucus was not consulted. Whoro
nro tho authorities for that? It is a
thing unhonrd of. Does Mr. Glad
stone consult tho moinbor from Tip-
porary when ho forms his Cabinot?
They put nil this opposition on prin
ciple, but it doesn't appear whoro
the principlo comes in.
Rep. Asbford was disappointed in
not. hearing an argument from tho
last speaker. He continued at length
and closed by saying that he could
see tho blacksmith behind it all; he is
handling them ; ho is tho one who
seized the Minister of Finnnco by tho
throat, Hung him into his Cabinet and
said "sit there" and tho member sat.
Thoso four gentleman havo that man
us their muster to-day and tlioy havo
to bow down and respect him as such.
Noblo Neumann said I wish the
gentlunian would not bo abusive.
Rep. Asbford, (continuing) The
question is, shall this Legislature bo
supremo or shall His Eminence the
Marshal be supremo? That is the
Minister Neumann The- Maishal
is not supreme ; that btateiuont is un
true. It should not be made.
Rep. Asbford Thought I heard n
voicu say that that was untrue. Will
the Attorney-General say that instead
of going lobisofTinolast Momhiyho did
not go down on Merchant street be
tween liiown's and Luce's stores and
advise with His Eminence?
Minister Neumann That state
ment is untrue.
Rop. Athford I did not bear; did
you say it was true or untrue?
Minister Neumann I said that it
was untrue 1 More, I say that it is a
Rup. Asbford was sorry to hear
such unparliamentary language. Did
not say that be knew that tho Minis
ter was there; ho had been told so.
Minister Neumann It docs not re
fer to you if you did not say you
kniw I ut is intended for your spies.
Rep. Asbford said that the Marshal
bad a monopoly of the spying busi
ness. He hinibulf had seen seme of
the Ministers in company with tho
Marshal. All know that opium is
being brought in by the ton; that
vice is running riot and with the con
sent and connivance of the Police Dc
pnitmcnt of which the Marshal is the
bead. All know this Cabinet is the cre
ation of that man. Everything that
c mie lrom that man including the pres
ent Cabinet must smack of die fa and
smell of opium. He would not go so
far as to say that the present Attorney-General
wants to keep in the
Cabinet, but will say be is only keep
ing it warm for another gentleman in
the House. lie spoke at gi eater
length and ended by saying that the
question was simply this, "if God be
God follow him, but if Bolabola be
God follow him !"
Hop. Nawahi wanted argument on
the resolution nothing outside. If
this lubolution, was adopted it would be
cited in the future as a rule: it would
be a very bad precedent as no one
would then care to come in if any
Cabinet could bo removed immedi
ately on taking their seats.
ltup. Kumauohu stated, in answer
to a charge of Noble Tbuiston that
borne ol toe U caucus members Had
gone back on their promises, that the
Queen having accepted tho proposi
tion presented and acted in accord
ance therewith they were not pledged
to any more. Enough talk bad been
indulged in and bo ho would now
move the previous question.
Noblo Thurston (rising quickly)
buid that ho would like to know where
Noblo Kanoa was. He knew that be
(tho member) bad been looked for,
but could not bo found. It was pre
mised that he was kept away against
his will. Probably locked up in the
Palace. .If tho Cabinet were awaro
of this it was a dastardly outrage
Minister Neumann said that ho had
heard something liko that mentioned
some while ago; bo judged there was
no truth in' the rumor, but had sent
to the Palace and had been informed
that the missing member was not
thoro, Tho Cabinet know nothing of
tho whereabouts of Noble Kanoa.
Rop. Smith would move to adjourn
until to-moriow ut 10;!!0 o'clock;
everybody should bo in favor of fair
play. Noble Kanoa was taken away
by the Marshal. Do not say that the
Cabinet woio awaro of the action. Do
not say that P. P. Kanoa is now in the
Palace, but do say bo was called out
by a note and ho went away with tho
Marshal. He is not at his houso ; bo
cannot bo found.
At 10:15 the motion to adjourn to
10:30 a. m. was put amid considera
ble confusion, Rop. R. W. Wi!cox,Rop.
White, Rup. Hush nnd Rep, Asbford
till attempting to obtain the floor.
Rop, Wilcox finally obtained posses
sion and stated that ho was now op
posed to tho Cabinet. If Noblo Ka
noa had not been taken away by tho
knowledge of the Cabinet it hud been
accomplished by sonic of thoir subor
dinates. Noblo Neumann denied eiuplmti-
l cally that tho Cabinet had any know-
By Jns. F. Morgan.
For children n medi
cine should be abso
lutoly reliable. A
mother must be able to
pin her faith to it as to
her Bible. It must
contain nothing violent, unccrtnin,
or dangetous. It must be standard
in material nnd manufacture. It
must be plain and simple to admin
ister; easy nnd pleasant to take.
The child must like it. It must be
prompt in action, giving, immedi
ate relief, ns childrcns' troubles
come, quick, grow fast, nnd end
fatally or otherwise in a very short
time. It must not only relieve quick
but bring them around quick, as
children chafe and fret and spoil
their constitutions under long con
finement. It must do its work in
moderate doses. A large quantity
of medicine in & child is not desira
ble. It must not interfere with the
child's spirits, appetite or general
health. These things suit old ns
veil as young folks, and make Bo
schee's German Syrup the favorite
familv medicine. F
SATURDAY, Sept. 24tli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
8alcrooin, I will sell at 1'nbllc
Lease of the Seaside Residence
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Of 11. It.
Mnufarlano, Esq., at
Tho Leasa has Blx Years to run with a
Ten Year uxtunsion, at an annual rental of
Large Dwelling House,
A Convenient Cottage, Hath Houses, etc.,
on tho l'ronorty.
This oilers an unusual opportunity to
obtain a Kino Beasldo Hoshlcnco witli Kino
llcach anil Unexcelled Bathing.
C& Kor fnrthor particulars in regard
to boundaries, etc., apply to
JVltv ' IjANDLORD'S notice
Of Salo of Goodn Distrained for Ront.
KUIjI, LINE OK-
flio Goods and Chattel!) of Thomas Onokca.
for roritin arrears of premises nt tho cor
ner of l'unchhowl and Kinau streets, no
tice is horehv civen that on BATUltDAY.
itho 21th of Bept., 1802, nt 12 o'clock noon,
aitnc iVUO.uon uoom oi jas. a. .diorcian,
Honolulu, will bo sold for non-payment of
rent and costs of distraint nnd romoval
the following nrticles:
1 Sewing Machine, 2 Smnll Tnhlcs, 1
Small Itound-Table, 3 Chairs, 1 Bedstead,
l Spring Mattress, a tsen emeus.
AUGUST KEltEIHA GONSALYES
517-15t By his attorney A. G.Corr
prices which we established
uonnnencinc CASH Business.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Farina Bonqnot, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Curly Maple, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 Tor 25 Cents.
Ctf See our Kino Line of
BK AWING PENCILS,
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
6?- Call and see our Goods before buy
ing elfowheic. Last but not least
a i.awii: vAiur.xv or
Novels, & Popular Bound Books.
llr.Li. 411. TELEPHONES Mutual 10.
POSTPONED MORTGAGEE'S BALE.
MORTGAGEE'S SALE OK REAL
btatc. included in the mortgage
made bv Lydin Kamakaia and Samuel
Knimikiuu to A. J. Cartwright, has been
postponed to SATURDAY, Sept. 17th, at
12 o'clock noon, at my Salesroom.
JAS. K. MORGAN,
Ckcii, Buown, Attorney. Auctioneer.
FROM AND AKTER THIS DATE THE
Millinery Establishment on U'ort
streot will he under tho charge of Mas.
Gopii. Miss McGowan will return on
Monday, Sept, 12th.
All accounts duo are to bo paid imme
diately to Mrs. Good, orthey will be placed
in tho hands of a collector. x
Up- Trimmed Goods w III bo sold nt cost
till Nov. 1st. f)18-lw
$0.75 Per Cord 4 Foot Lengths
$12.50 Per Cord Sawed
$11.00 Per Cord Sawed nnd Split
$13.00 Per Cord 4 Foot Lengths
$15.50 Per Cord Sawed
$17.00 Per Cord Sawed and Split
jgp- Delivered to any part of Honolulu
ITUSTACE & CO.
N. B. Wo guaranteo our Wood to bo
sound and freo from worms. 518-lw
DO YOU FOLLOW ME?
Tho "Tourist Ci
oau" is made of
and Turkish Tobac
co Filler with Ha
vana Wrapper of
hout paper; pro-
To Lot or Lonso.
CPWO NIOELY KUR
X nisheJ Rooms, cen
trally located. Inquire nt
Bulletin Ollice. 353-tf
UVAL PREMISES, 31
Beretania street, on-
nosito Fort street church.
Apply to R. 1. LILLIE, LaSSl
M2-tf At Theo. H. Davies A; Co.
NEW HOUSE OK FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent Yv. 0.. etc. Commnnds
one oi tne nnest views in iionoiuui. Apmy
nounced by connois
seurs to be the finest
where a short smoko
is desjred. Health
ier nnd better "than
a cigarette for a
9- Ask your
denier for them 1
Land Company held this day, the follow-
ir Jicsoumou was aoonicu:
HVirmis, tho name of tho Onhu Railway
Ma i IjyfiLfcgf .
A COTTAGE CONTA I N-
XX. Ing 1 Parlor, 3 Bed
rooms, Kitchun, 1'antry
aim imuiroom, corner vine
yarn ami iiiuaiiu streets
A iij)l v to
J. Jr. lutuNs.
npHE HOUSE LATELY
X occupied by II. F.
Hebbard on Punchbowl
Btrcet, with I.aruo Yard.
Good Stables, etc. For further particulars
apply to 1)11. JNO. S. McGREW,
1 .Jt. "V-V
A NICE COTTAGE ON
Berotnuin street, near
Plikol streot, containing
Parlor. 2 Bedrooms. Bath
room, Dlulngrooiii, Pantry and Kitchen,
Servant's room, Carriage Houso, Stahlo. etc.
Trauicars nabs every 20 minutes, Aimly at
olllco of tins paper. 1m-tf
When you want a Portrait Enlarged
call on King Bros., get their Price List,
and see Samples, They can't be beat!
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED GIVES NO
X tlce that he hus been appointed
Trustee of all of tho Estate of Lydin K.
Kamakaia and Samuel Kamakaia, hor
husband, by doed of trust dated this
day. All porsons Indebted to them
nro notified to make inimedlato pay
ment to mo.
With E. O. Hall & Son.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, lb92. 610-lw
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY
X gives notice that nil debts con
tracted after this date by either Lydin
K. Kumnknin or 8am Kamnkals, her
husband, will not bo paid without his
written order, and requests that all ac
counts nguliist them bo presented to
him promptly nt the end of each
Trustee of tho Estuto of Lydla K.
Kamnknla and S, Kamnknla.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1802. 022-lw
Tlio Knboy & Co. Branch of tlio American
Cigarette Co., Honolulu.
AT A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of tho Onhu Railway &
it Iind Co. has been used in connection
with a Lottery Scheme without authority,
llcsulied, that public notice bo given by
tho President that this Company is not
connected with said scheme and repudiates
such use of its nnmo.
JOHN II. PATY,
President O. R. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 181)2. 520-lw
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