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I by authority.
Homoatoad Lots, North Kona,
Notlco Is horoby given:
1. That 4 Lots have boon sot anart at
Puaa, District of North Kona, Hawaii, for
tho purposo of convoying to such persons
as may wish to acquire homesteads upon
which to live.
2. Maps of these Lots can be examined
at tho Land Ofllco, Inteiior Department,
Honolulu, or at the olllco of J. kaclcma
knlo at Kallua, North Kona, Hawnii.
S. J, Kaolomakule vtlll point out tho Lots
to any person desiring to sou tliem, for
which service lie will bo entitled to a fee of
f 1 from tho porson applying.
4. Porsons who may de-drc Lots shall ap
ply in writing to the Minister of the In
terior upon a blank form, eopies of which
may bo obtained freo of said J. Kaelonia
kulo. 5. No applications will bo considered
from persons who already own laud.
C. Bvory applicant must bo of full age.
7. Tho applicant w ill be allow cd ton ears
in which to pay for the land, during which
time It will bo exempt from taxes.
8. Ho must within one year build n
dwolling houso on the Lot and begin to
occupy the samo and continuo to occupy
it for tho romaindcr of the term of ten
9. He must within thrco years enclose
tho Lot with a substantial fence.
10. Ho must pay quarterly in advance
interest upon the unpaid purchase price at
tho rate of 5 per cent, per annum. Tho
purchaser may pay the whole or any part
of tho purchaso price at any time, which
will stop interest.
11. Tho preliminary agreement is non
assignable, and the land cannot be sold
until all conditions are fulfilled.
12. Failure to comply with any of the
conditions will work a forfeiture of tho
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 30, lbOJ.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Government Land at Laupahoe-
hoo, Eilo, Hawaii.
On THURSDAY, March 2, 1893, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale, will be sold at Public Auction
the Lease of all that Tract of Government
Land in the District of Hilo, Hawaii, lying
between the boundary of Maulua Nui, and
tho castorn edge of Laupahochoe Gulch,
and extending from the sea to the lino of
forest as surveyed about miles mauka
Reserving to the Government the right
of way for three roads running mauka from
main road to the Forest. An area of '20 5-ID
acres known as tho "Lydgate Homestead,"
and also the spring supplying the Laupa
hoehoo Water Works. Area, 3,000 acres a
little more or less.
For further information apply to tho
Land Office, Interior Department.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset price $1,200 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 30, 1893.
SCHOOL HOUSE FOB HANAMA
Tenders will be received at tho office of
the Board of Education until MONDAY,
the 20th of February, at 12 o'clock noon,
for the construction, including material,
painting, freight, etc., of a School House
20x48x12 feet, and a Teacher's Cottage
36x12x12 feet with veranda, at tho above
Cartage of. the lumber, etc., from tho
Hananiaulu landing to the school site will
be free to the contractor.
Plans and specifications for the work
may be seen at the office of the Board of
Education, and at Mr. A. S. Wilcox's,
The Board does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any tender.
By order of the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, Jan. 31, 1893.
C39 3t-U 2t
Owing to the Declaration of Martial Law,
rate payers aro hereby notified that the
time of payment is hereby extended to
January 31, 180,).
All such rates remaining unpaid after
the abovo date will be tmbject to an addi
tional 10 percent.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 21, 180J.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-regis-tored
prior to July 1, 1803, or thoy will bo
forfeited, and can thereafter hu appro
priated by any ono.
Registration on Oahu shall be mado at
tho Interior Office.
On tho other Islands it shall be done at
the Offices of tho several Bhcrills.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2, 1802. 680-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Kutea, arc hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for irriga
tion purposes aro from (I to 8 o'clock a. m.,
Hid 4 to 0 o'clock v, m., until further notice,
JOHN 0. WJIITK,
Bupt. Honolulu Wator Works.
O. N. Wii-tox,
Milliliter of the Interior,
Honolulu, JI, I,, Jan. 6, 1803.
Arc horcby invited for laying n floor In tho
Drill Shed In tho Government Barracks.
Plans and Specifications may bo seen at
tho Ofllco of tho Superintendent of Public
Bids must bo addressed to C. Boltc,
Chairman Military Commit tea, boforo 12
M., SATURDAY, Feb. 4, 18UJ.
The Committee do not bind themselves
to accept the lowest or any bid.
(IU-U MILITARY COMMITTEE.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged lo neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the lien-fit of All.
FRIDAY, FEB. 3, 1893.
Republicans in Now York aro rub
bing into tho Democrats tho humi
liation of an admitted blunder in
having railroaded a constitutional
convention bill through, which will
havo to bo roeallod from tho Gover
nor. It is only treated as a blunder
there. In Hawaii anybody whisper
ing "constitutional convention" has
boon regarded as a "dangerous man."
And now Japan calls tabu on tho
catching of seals on hor coasts by
foreigners.- An appropriation was
made at last session of hor parlia
ment for tho oxponsos of warships to
koop intruders outside of tho inter
national limit. Last year foreign
vessels took seals valued at $810,000
in Japan's waters, while Japanese
sailors caught seals valued at only
$2G,000 in tho samo period. Two
healing companies in Japan brought
pressure on tho Government and so
cured tho prohibition. What a lot
of trouble tho ladies give the world
so that thoy may havo sealskin
A coalition of anti-Tammany
Democrats and Republican Reform
ers in Now York is going to attack
Tammany in its most vulnerable
points the offices. Ouo proposed
reform is tho leduction of tho six
teen Police Justices at 8000 a year
in Now York city to ton at $1000 a
year. If New York wants reform in
tho direction dl cutting down ox
ponsos, it should got Mr. Marsdeu of
our "moan ways" committee up from
Washington when the annexation
commission is through business.
When his methods of economy Wore
adopted the officials would soon
kuow tho pangs of poverty from ex
The National American Woman
Suffrage Association is going to lay
regular siogo to Congress, it having
decided to hold its national conven
tion in Washington every alternate
year at the beginning of tho first
session of each successive Congress.
In intervening years conventions aro
to bo hold elsewhere in tho discre
tion of the executive committee.
There is much change in the mem
bership of every Congross from that
of tho preceding one, so that wo
manly importunity may take a long
time in voarying tho lords of legis
lation to tho point of capitulation.
If a considerable proportion of the
delegates be young and pretty, their
project will bo liable to bo hindered
by their conquests not political.
Tho Canadian Pacific Railway
people aro roaching out for like do
minion on soa to what thoy havo on
land. They are having two now
steamers built, exactly similar to tho
three Empresses now in service,
which aro to be ready by tho latter
part of tho coming summer. Tho
now steamers aro to bo added to
tho China and Japan linos, tho pres
ent trade having already warranted
the addition. A fast Atlantic lino
equal in efficiency to the Pacific ono
is projected, and then tho company
will bo able to convoy passengers
from Liverpool to Hongkong by its
own stoamors and railway, which
would form tho biggost concern in
the world. When that system shall
havo boon got in good working or
der, it is promised that tho com
pany will turn its attention to an
In tho first weoks of tho now year
tho death rato of tho citj' of London
nearly doubled. This, too, has boon
aftor a summer and autumn that
were abnormally healthy. The mor
tality has gono above thirty to tho
thousaud, tho incroaso being almost
entirely duo to diseases of tho re
spiratory organs. Londoners attri
bute tho prevalence of those diseases
to what thoy call "tho fog," but an
American correspondent calls atten
tion to tho fact that tho humidity
has been as low as with clear skies
in summer, while giving as tho real
sourco of trouble a million or two
grato fires of bituminous coal, which
make tho air surcharged with tho
fumes of sulphur, carbonic acid gas
and smoke, There is no need for
tho perpetuation of tho deadly nui
Banco, ns exports havo recently re
ported that there is sufficient anth
racite coal in Wales to supply all
Groat Britain for several genera
tions, Hut London seems to bo as
much attached to its "fog" m Hono
lulu is to its mud.
China has difficulty in getting
Ministers to roprosont hor satisfac
torily in Washington, where two of
thorn in succession havo scored fail
ures. Tsui Kwo Yin, tho prosont
onvoy, is about packing up his traps
in rosponso to a recall. Ho has boon
reprimanded by tho Promior, Li
Hung Chang, for his relations with
a visionary scheme for commercial
concessions on tho part of tho Chi
neso Empire. Ho is also charged
with failing to properly oxpond
nionoy appropriated by his Govern
ment for ontortainmont purposes in
"Washington, and Li Hung Chang
seoms to think ho might havo ox
ortod himself moro than ho did to
prevent tho passage of tho Chiuoso
exclusion Act. Tho unfortunate
Minister expects nothing loss than
the confiscation of his proporty on
his rot urn to China, and will deem
himself lucky if ho does not faro
worse. Undor tho circumstances
there is no competition in China for
tho vacant post, and tho man who
will bo compelled to accept tho
commission will regard it about as
cheerfully as ho would a warrant
for his execution.
The Pacific Mail Steamship Com
pany is threatened with formidable
competition on its Now York and
San Francisco route by way of tho
isthmus of Pamana. Contracts havo
been signed by tho Panama Railway
Company tftol tho North Amorican
Navigation Company by which all
tho railway company's west-bound
business will bo diverted from tho
Pacific Mail Company to tho Navi
gation Uompany. Tho latter is a
California corporation, with $3,000,
000 capital, formed by merchants
and shippers of San Francisco. To
provout its being bought up by any
rival line, its stock will bo placed for
ton years in tho bauds of a trust.
A number of vessels aro to bo char
tered right away, but tho company
will later build five or six ships. For
tho Atlantic section tho Panama
Railway Company will, on February
15, start a now lino from Now York
to Colon, and another lino will run
from Now Orleans to the samo
point. Tho oppression of its patrons
by tho Pacific Mail is given as the
causo of this formidable combina
tion against it. An attempt to des
troy the opposition is being made by
tho Pacific Mail, in a suit to have tho
Panama Railway Company declared
insolvent and placed in tho hands of
receivers. This should bo a hard
thing to do, as, from tho timo the
road was built until tho Panama
Canal Company got hold of it, tho
corporation paid 15 percent divi
dends, and since then it has paid
from 4 to 8 percent. Still it is ad
mitted on tho part of tho opposition
that, with tho powerful pull of
Huntington and tho Pacific Mail,
there is no telling what might bo
In a triple-jointed article the Ad
vortisor gives a brief of special
pleading in support of tho proposi
tion that one ol tho lunctions or a
preacher of tho gospol is to feed tho
sheep and lambs of his flock with
politics. Theoretically thoro is little
in tho article to which exception is
worth while being taken. Yet thoro
is nothing in this disquisition for
tho direction of parsons which at all
justifies tho style of political ha
ranguo lately indulged in by sovoral
preachers in Honolulu pulpits.
Some famed proachors of modern
times, like cortain prophots of old,
mado immortal names for them
selves by rebuking kings and quoous
to their faces, while tho royal por
sonages in questiou wore in tho
plenitude of thoir power, and could
witli a gesture send the bold minis-
tors of righteousness to tho dungeon
or tho scnflbld. Whether those pul
pit colobritios woro right or wrong
in their views of affairs, thoy cer
tainly earned all tho glory attach
ing to thoir memories by tho great
courago of convictions they display
ed. Had thoy only abused tho
momoiios of dead kings or assailed
tho characters of dothronod queens
thoir reputations as groat proachors
would havo lotted in thoir coffins.
Any donkey may bray over a dood
lion with impunity.
When a public question is pond
ing in which thoro is adiBtinct
moral issuo, lot tho preacher go
ahead and uphold what ho dooms
to bo tho right sido of the mattor,
taking all tho coiiboquonces of possi
ble e Hon so to influential parishion
ers. Lot him "cry aloud and sparo
not," and ho will dosorvo tho appro
val of his own conscience, ns well as
win tho inoed of praise, at least for
his courage, from many outside as
well as inside of his fold. Hut that
is an entirely different thing fiom
preaching a political sermon the
chief ull'ects of which are tho indul
gence of ears tingling for solvation
and tho irritation of those per
haps only a small minority but
just as Hiucoro worshipers oh any
of tho majority who conscientious
y take a tlilioront view of tho poli
tical subject in hand from tho
proachor. What earthly or heavenly
good was to bo sorvod by an attack
on tho dothronod Quflon, after tho
now Govornmont was fully installed
in powort It mado tho matter worse
that tho pronchor took his cuo from
tho mass mooting preceding tho de
thronement, whoroat in a cruolly
libollous way tho Quoon was mado
ehargoablo with tho bribory and cor
ruption at thb lato Legislature, in
which somo of tho very promotors of
that mooting woro steeped to tho
lips. Then, again, what about
that other proachor who piled
on tho agony about tho inherent
rottonuoss of monarchies and tho
implied divine sanction to re
publics? Was ho honost or con
scientious? If so, why did ho not
prove his mlo by citing tho excep
tions? Thoro was ono glaring ox
coption undor his nose if ho had
road tho nowspapors, at which tho
wholo world has boon mado to stand
aghast namely, tho colossal moun
tain of corrupt villainy uuvoilod in
tho, of courso divinely appointed, re
public of Franco. Lotteries? Tho
biggest ono of modem timos ho could
havo pointed to in his own nativo
republic, and to tho samo soil ho
could traco this element in tho un
doing of Hawaii's monarchy. Cor
ruption? It would hardly have suit
ed his "application" of tho text to
havo pointed to tho lobbies of Con
gross, through which monopolists of
sea and laud work thoir schemes of
robbing tho people of countless
millions. Liberty and human equal
ity? For tho groator part of tho
first century of his own great na
tion's oxistenco, thoro was no such
word as freedom for tho poor Afri
cans on all the American conti
nent, until thoy escaped tho blood
hounds and tho moro cruol mon
pursuing them, and reached tho
other side of the lino boyond which
tho flag of a monarchy welcomed
thorn to rost and protection and
equal rights with all other men. It
is to tho everlasting glory of tho
Amorican republic that it has abol
ished slavery and suppressed tho
Louisiana lottery, and there is ac
cumulating evidence that electoral
and legislative purity will soon bo
added to its other glories. But tho
proachor is dishonest who, for pio
sont edification, digs up tho diit of
monarchies from tho past and dis
plays it boforo tho oyos of his con
gregation, while throwing tho folds
of his clerical garb over tho stains
besmirohiug republican systems,
somo of which wore glaring in his
mental oj'os oven as ho spoko.
If tho two samples of political
sermonizing horein referred to aro
tho sort of preaching the Advortisor
desires, let it havo its hoartful, but
tho hearers aro to bo pitied. It is
the sort that will make tho churches
having it avoided by all people who
try to realize Paul's ideal of charity
or oven who havo common honesty
in thoir moral composition.
Thought Hornets Killed Him.
William Glass, gardonor for. C. D.
Matthews of New York, was work
ing in tho barn of Mr. Matthews'
country placo at Norwalk, Coun.,
last October when he disturbed a
nest of yellow hornets. Thoy at
tacked him by tho hundreds and
stung him about tho head aud
hands. Ho ran for the house, whoro
ho dropped to tho floor apparently
dead. His heart stopped boating,
aud his hands and foot grow cold.
Pli3'sicians woro summoned. Thoy
appliod restoratives, injecting brandy
in largo quantities. After working
over him for two hours thoy decided
that ho was dead, and wont away.
An hour later, or three and a half
hours aftor ho was stung, Glass re
vived aud showed signs of life. Re
newed efforts woro put forth, and
aftor a timo ho recovered conscious
ness. An examination showed that
on his loft wrist woro sovoral stings
over a nerve that has a direct action
on the heart. Phj'sicians pronounco
it a wonderful case, the heart's
action being so wholly stopped as to
deceive tho most carelul examina
tion. Glass's faco and wrists woro
terribly swollen and ho suffered
from nervous prostration.
"In buying a cough medicine for
children," says H. A. Walker, a pio
minont druggist of Ogdon, Utah,
"novor bo afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. Thoro is no
danger from it aud roliof is always
sure to follow. I particularly re
commend Chamberlain's because I
have found it to bo safe and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
croup and whooping cough." 50
cent bottles for salo by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
Tho groat Episcopal cathedral
now building in Now York will cost
$10,000,000. Servicos will bo hold
every Sunday iu seven different lan
guages. Bishop Pottor's idea is that
it will bo a wondorf ul protest against
tho materialism of tho ago, but
others "fear it may bo taken as a
largo sacrifice to tho spirit of world
ly pi ido."
The Daily Bulletin is delivered by
earriers for fiO cent per month.
EDWIN A. JONES
Has opened an office for transacting all
business In connection with
Trusts, Purchase and Salo ol Bonds,
Btook and Real Estate,
And Is prepared to Audit Accounts.
Offices No, 12 Merchant street, olllco lately
occupied by thu Into Joint. Austin.
P. 0. Box 65.
Subieribe or the lOaily Bulletin, GO
centt per month.
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'il
Saturday, Jan. 28, 1898.
When it is considered that
the present government moved
in without giving the depart
ing tenants a chance to clean
house, matters have progress
ed smoothly and without any
serious inconvenience to any
one except, perhaps, the man
who thought he must be on
the street after the limit of
time just because martial law
made his presence at home
after 9:30 i m. compulsory.
It has not been the wish of the
government itself that any re
putable citizen be harassed in
any manner, whether he be in
sympathy with the powers that
be or not. Some people, how
ever, garbed in a little gauzy
authority, feeling that the pro
per conduct of the affairs of
state rested entirely upon their
shoulders have, by their
autocratic actions, made them
selves obnoxious and brought
the government into possible
disfavor by men whose busi
ness brought them together.
If the wheels of the govern
ment are to run without a
hitch every part of the machin
ery must lubricated with our
Colorado engine oil. If the
journals in sugar mills are kept
cool by occasional applications
of this medicine why not every
thing else. We only intro
duced this brand a year ago
but it has grown into favor so
rapidly that it has almost dis
placed every make of oil in
this market. Engineers all
over the islands recognize its
superior worth and they
prefer it to any other. The
price recommends it to the
plantation manager because
economy is one of the import
ant items considered among'
sugar men at this time.
There are few places in the
world where such care is given
the lawns as in Honolulu.
This fact makes garden hose
a necessity. We keep many
different brands, some cheap
some expensive, and it is not
hard for you to guess which
we sell the most of. But
ordinarily the cheapest is not
always the best. If you use
a hose reel you will, if you
have been in the habit of buy
ing cheap grades of hose, add
at least a year to its life. The
rubber wears out through
being pulled across the gravel
walks. The use of the reel
avoids that beside making
watering the lawn and the
plants a pleasure. The reels
are cheaper than hose and
will last almost forever.
For the past three months a
gentleman who failed to get a
French rat trap from us out
of the first and second invoice
received from the States
managed to get one the other
day out of the third lot. He
has told us almost every day
for three months that he could
not sleep owing to the noise
made by the rats running
overhead. When we sold him
the trap we thought we were
through with him so far as rats
and traps were concerned; we
were mistaken. After he
used the trap two days he
caught all the rats in the
neighborhood and now he
wants us to buy it back. As
we have some new ones re
maining in stock we must
decline to handle second hand
rat traps. The French are
dandies on frogs and scandals
but they beat the world on
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite KprucLeU' Block,
IB. IF1. 'JSHELTSESJEB &c GO.
89 3TO:R,T STK.H3E1T.
ArTr.lt TAKING STOCK AU KINDS OF
in White, Cieain and Colored I
At half tho former cost.
Velvet &j Smyrna Rugs
In all ""bes greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
OF In fact wo oiler Ininicn-c llargains In all Departments. -i
EST Drossmakiny Under tho Hauanemont oi MISS K. 0LARK. .m
Don't neclect your colds
when you can tret a year's protec
tion for 50 cents. Don't endure
catarrh when you can cure it
easily and pleasantly for half a
From Senior Snrircou to
the Central London Throat & Ear
Hospital, London, Eng. : "Inualcd
Menthol checks in a manner hardly
loss than marvelous ncuto colds in
tho head. I prescribe Cushmnn'd
Menthol Inhaler to tho extent ol
hundreds per annum."
T. D. Vnn Inyn, Romu
lus. N. Y.: "Tho Menthol Inhaler
Is tho greatest remedy for clearing
tho head of a cold that I ever Baw."
Morton A. Omltli, Peru,
Ohio: "Havo been troubled with
catarrh for many years, but never
found anything that gavo mo relief
until 1 Dougnc your lueiuuoi luuiuur.
It works liko a charm."
Its neat, clean, pleasant to
use. convenient to carry, costs
50 cents and lasts a year. Atrial would
Beware 01 counterfeits.
H. O. CUSHMAN, , . .
Three Rivers, Mlclilgnna
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IToirt Street, - - - Honolulu,. HL I.
I. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
BUILDERS HARDWARE GENERAL
Always nji to the times in Quality, Styles and Prices.
A full As-uitmcnt to Suit tho Various Demand.
STEEL PLOWS, MMtanass,Work
Cultivator's Cane Knives,
HOfiS, SHOVELS, FOIIKS, MATTOCKS, ETC.
Carpenters', Blacksmiths' and Machinists' Tools,
S(T.i:V l'LATLb, TAPS and 1)1 KB, TWIST DIIILLS,
PAINTS mid OILS, UltUSHKS, GLASS,
ASHLSTOS HAIU KELT and KELT MIXTUItE.
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
SEWING w,rteT MACHINES
LUmUCATINCl OILS in Quality and Ellleloncy surpassed
tSf It is not io-dl)Io lo lift everything we have. If thoro Is
anything vou want, eoinu and ask for it, you will bo politely
titated. io trouble to show goods
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Leading Journals in the Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has the lamest Ciu illation
in tho Islands
Is the lli'st .Medium
Mil. Tiiok. K. KtriiAMi'i. will icculvolill
adveitheiiients and t inns.u t all business
r-0iui'i!i "llieiilg Hloch," coiner
Kuuauu and Queen htrtet (uimlali,-.).
AKIHST-CLASS I'AMILY ItATHI.Na
Komrt ut WiiiklKI. Trnim'Ui'H mn
thu gate, Hciihil ariaiigoiiioutH can ho
iiiiulu fur Family Picnic mid Evening
Hatlilnu I'urtlcs, ttS-ti
Can be found, as usual, at his resldeneo,
AlaluMstifct, not to llritish Club or by
iiiomuo ut 0. E. Williams' otoru, Fort
CSS?- Ml woik Ktmuinteul and visited a
M-i'ond time. Piuiinit attention to all
uiilurs. Tuned the Piano for concert of
Miihln, thu ci'lelnnted violinist, oai-lm
For Local .Ncwk