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Gtovornmont Lands in Kurila and
Kahoahuna, N. Hilo, Hawaii.
Oil THUHSDAY, March 30, 1MO, nt 12
o'clock noon, nt the front entrance of Alll
olnnl Hale, will bo sold nt Public Auction
Four (4) Sections of Lund In Kunlnnnd
Knhonhunn, N. Hilo, Hnwali, ns follows:
Section 1--Containing nn nrcn of 39.2
Acros. Upset prico $11)0.
Section 'J Contnlnlng nn nrcn of 37.7
Acres. Upset price $180.
Section 3 Contnlnlng nn nrcn of -10.43
Acres. Upset price $203.
Section 4 Contnlnlng nn nren of 0.05
Acros. Upict price $15.
It Is conditioned that the purohnsor of
the abovo 1Jts shall pay the cost of survey
and plotting of same. Full Information in
this regard can bo obtnlned upon applica
tion to the Land Olllce, interior Depart
ment. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Feb. 22, 1H03.
GoVKRNMKNT llUIMIINO, 1
Honolulu, Mnrch 7, 1893.J
By vlrtno of tho authority vested In mo
by Act No. 1, onacted by tho Exccutlvo
and Advisory Councils of tho Provlslonnl
Government of tho Hnwnllnn Islands,
Mr. Atkinson Locturos on Spanish
Explorations in tho Pacific.
A called mooting of tho Hnwniinn
"Kolnttng to tho Powers and Duties of tho I Historical Society was hold in tho
President and Exccutlvo Council," 1 have j Y. M. C. A. hall vostorday evening.
this day, by and with tho advlco nnd con
sent of said Executive Council appointed
HENRY ERNEST COOPER
as Second Judgo of tho Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit of tho Hnwnllnn Islands.
(Signed) SANFORD H. DOLE,
Presidont of tho Provisional GQverninent
of tho Hawaiian Islands.
UU7 3N11 It
FIE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Jlenefit of All.
TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1893.
Throe Tracts of Govornmont Lands
in North Hilo.
On THURSDAY, March 30, 1893, nt 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alil
olnnl Hale, will bo sold at Public Auction,
Three Tracts of Government Lands in Mn
ulualkl, North Hilo, Hawaii, viz.:
Tract 1 Containing an area of 21 07-100
Acres. Upset price $108.
Tract 2 Containing an area of 18 30-100
Acres. Upset price $01.50.
Tract 3 Containing an area of 13 'J0-100
Acres. Upset price 09.05.
It is conditioned that the purchaser of
tho nbove Lots shall pay the co-it of survey
and plotting of same. Full information in
this regard can be obtained upon applica
tion to tho Laud Oillce, Interior Depart
ment. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllee, Feb. 21, 1893.
Tho Loaso of the Government Land
of Kepuhi, Falolo, Oahu.
MARK THE CHANGE.
It was claimed by tho Roform
party (whoso members monopolize
tho 18 seats in tho combined coun
cils of tho Provisional Government),
that tho chief oxcolleuco of tho Con
stitution of 1887 lay in that article
which forbade tho election of civil
servants to tho Legislature, and
I further forbado tho appointment of
anj' member of tho Legislature to
any office of trust or profit under
tho Govornmont. But mark tho
change. Tho P. G. lacks ton days
of being two mouths old, yet, dur
ing its brief existence, it has ap
pointed tho following members of
its Legislative body to places of
trust and profit under tho Govorn-
On MONDAY, April 3, 1893, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of Aliiolaui
Hale,' will be sold nt Public Auction, the
Lease of tho Government Land of Kepuhi,
Falolo, Oahu, containing nn nrea of 11
25-100 Acres a little more or less.
Term Ieaso for 15 years.
Upset price $70 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllee, Marcli 3, 1S93.
ItURRAU or Customs, I
Honolulu, H. I., Mnrch 4, 1893.f
Sealed Tenders will be received iit the
Ofllee of the Collector-General of Customs
till WEDNESDAY, the 8th of March, at 12
o'clock noon, for tho Printing and Binding
of tho Collector's Annual Report for 1892.
A specimen of the work to be done can bo
seen at the Custom House.
The Collector of Customs does not bind
himself to accept the lowest or nny bid.
A S. CLEGHORN,
L. A Thurston, Diplomatic Commis-
bionor to Washington;
W. R. Castle, Diplomatic Commis
sioner to Washington;
W. C. Wilder, Diplomatic Commis
sioner to Washington;
C. L. Cartor, Diplomatic Commis
sioner to Washington;
Chas. M. Cooke, to reinforce, by his
stupendous brain power, tho
W. G. Ashley, Marshal of tho Ha
Andrew Brown, Superintendent of
H. E. Cooper, Second Judge of tho
First Circuit Court.
Considering tho lanxo roll of nionv
borship tho attondanco was disap
pointingly small. A fow heads of
families, a few professors, a fow pro
fessional men, a few students of
Oahu College aggregating perhaps
B0 wore spread through tho hall.
Mr. Jos. S. Emorson, vice-president,
callod tho meeting to order.
Rev. Dr. Hydo, recording secretary,
rend the minutes of the previous
meeting, hold m Qucon Emma hall.
which woro more than minutes, bo
ing a comprehensive roport of tho
entire proceedings. Ho also sub
mitted tho following amendments to
tho laws of tho socioty, which woro
accepted ncm. con.:
1. Candidates for membership to
bo approved by tho board of man
agers. 2. Throo vice-presidents to bo
elected instead of one.
3. Life mombors may bo elected
on payment of .$25 at ono time.
A donation oi jHUU to tho socioty
by Mr. Thoo. H. Davios was roport
od, for which tho managers had re
turned a letter of thanks.
A list of twenty-six candidates
for membership was accepted, and
the following corresponding mem
bers woro enrolled: General James
Grant Wilson, Sonator W. E. Chand
ler, Senator Morgan and Mr. V. L.
Tonnoy of Brooklyn.
Rev. R. It. Hoes, Chaplain U.S.N.,
tendored his resignation as librarian,
owing to his projected departure
from tho islands.
On motion of Dr. Emorson, duly
seconded, tho resignation was ac
cepted and tho corresponding secre
tary instructed to draft a letter to
tho retiring librarian, expressing
tho societ3-'s appreciation of his ser
vices. Mr. Hoes nominated Dr. C. T.
Rodgors as his successor, and, tho
nomination boing seconded bjr Mr.
A. P. Cooke, Dr. Rodgors was unan
imously elected. The nowly-olected
librarian made a short speech.
Prof. W. D. Alexander, corros
ponding secretary, road an interest
ing letter from Mr. Theo. H. Davios,
corresponding member in England,
giving particulars of tho visit of
Kamohameha II. and Queen to tho
Court of St. James, thoir presenta
tion to George IV., etc. It was
ordered to have tho letter and its
enclosures printed with tho next
number of the socioty's papers.
On motion of Mr. Hoes, seconded
by Mr. A. F. Cooke, it was resolved
that tho board of managers havo
power, without roferenco to a gen
eral mooting, to fix tho salary of tho
BuitKAU of Customs, 1
Honolulu, H. I., March 4, 1893.)
CJ. FALK has been appointed to be
Pilot for the Port and Collection District
of Maliukonn, Hawaii. Commission to
date from February 21, 1893.
A. 8. CLEGHORN,
P. 0. Jones,
Minister of Finance.
It is suspoctod that cortain mom
bors of tho P. G. "Legislature" (still
happily spared to that august body)
are not only willing, but anxious to
give fresh illustrations, in tho abovo
lino, of tho truism that "what's sauce
for tho goose is not (as a usual thing)
sauce for tho gander." It makes all
tho difference in tho world whether
tho inhibitions of a constitutional
provision sink thoir fangs into tho
aspirations of "our party," or only
of tho "other gang" to wit, the
Boodlors, ct hoe genus omne.
Holders of 'Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, aro hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 4 to 0 o'clock p. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wiwox,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, H. L, Jan. 5, 1893.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, bo re-regis
tered prior to July 1, 1893, or they will bo
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any ono.
Registration on Oahu shall be made at
the Interior Olllce.
On the othei Islands It shall he done at
tho Oftle i of tho several Sheriffs.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofllee, Dec. 2, 1B92. 689-tf
SCHOOL VACATION NOTICE.
The Regular Vacation of all Public
Schools, at the closo of the llrst Nesslon of
the year, will extend from FRIDAY, the
7th, to MONDAY, tho 21th of April next.
By order of the Board of Education.
W. JAB. BM1TH,
Olllce of the Board of Education, March
3, 1893. fiuwt
FRANK HUSTAOE has this day been
appointed Chief Engineer of the Honolulu
S. B. ROBE,
Chairman Board of Flro Commissioners.
Honolulu, March 1, 1893.
The Provisional Government
moves in a mysterious way, its won
ders to perform (which, by tho way,
is its most prominent attribute of
godliness). Wo find that aggrega
tion of all the talonts and all the
virtues has promoted Mr. Walter F.
Frear from tho Circuit to tho Su
jiromo Court Bench, apparently obli
vious of the requisite, recognized in
all other countries, that a Supreme
Court Judgo should first win his
spurs at tho Bar. This, with all
respect to Judge Frear, can hardly
be claimed to have boon done bjr
him, during his brief term of prac
tice here. Still, tho appointment is
a good one, especially in comparison
vith what many people expected
and feared at tho hands of tho P. G.,
nauioh", that a gentleman lately out
from "Bosting" would secure tho
seat. It should bo remembered that
tho pitchforking of strangers into
high places was ono of tho griev
ances of tho kamaaina good folk in
tho reign of Kalakaua. Is it true,
thon, that tho acquisition from tho
"Hub" was only withhold from tho
higher place as an apology for con
sistency, and that ho is now actu
ally intendod for an aerial flight
over tho heads of comparative
veterans at tho local Bar, with
undoubted nualifications of char
acter and attainments, to tho Cir
cuit Court seat vacated by Jus
tice Frear? If lit judiciary timber is
unavailable hero, thou lot incum
bents bo imported only after a strict
examination of thoir qualifications
by a competent commission.
Since tho foregoing was written,
tho expected has happened. Mr.
Cooper, who entered Hawaiian his
tory as roador of the proclamation
abrogating tho monarchy, has boon
taken up from tho Advisory Council
to a seat on tho Circuit Court bench,
It is to bo hoped that ho will only
do honor to his sudden elevation,
but, iu spito of favorable personal
impressions ho has made upon the
fow who know him, it is regrottnblo
that tho precedent of appointing
strangers to high office -in this case
a stranger at this Bar to tho corres
ponding Bonch, ho boing as well a
stranger in tho community should
thus be moro firmly established.
MR. ATKINSONS PAPER.
Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
General of Schools, was callod on
to deliver tho lecture of tho ovon
iug. IIo remarked that ho camo
forward with somo diffidence, as he
had only agreed to fill a blank caused
by tho unreadiness of Dr. Emorson.
It was with the idea that it was a
popular lecture which was wanted
that ho had consented to appear, in
stead of a regular paper for preserv
ation in tho archives of tho socioty.
They must not expect tho result of
groat original research, such as could
bo given by President Dole, Prof.
Alexander or Dr. Emorson. What
ho had prepared was a compression
of a course of reading, begun iu
1871 and dropped about 1880, and
taken up desultorily at times since.
His sources of information were
open to all, aud ho had simply con
donsed aud arranged the matorial.
"Nothing could have been more
fascinating to tho 3'outh of tho 16th
conturjv tho lecturer s paper be
gan, "than that mysterious ocean,
callod by Magellan, tho Pacific."
Pooplo of this day who havo knowl
edge) of over- quarter of tho globo'
laul out for thorn m cheap encyclo
pedias can form but a faint idea of
what feeling must havo boon aroused
by tho discoveries in tho Pacific.
IIo had talked with "forty-niners"
of California and mon who had
gathered wealth from tho Austra
lian gold fields, and both sots of
mon had shown him what a vista of
wealth was opened out suddenly be
fore them, and how that reacted up
on their characters and thoir actions.
But what were the gold fields of
California aud Australia in this
present century to tho apparently
illimitable possibilities and wealth
opened out between 1G00 aud 1600?
It must havo been, to tho people of
that timo, what it would be to those
of ours if wo got communication
with tho planet Mars and opened
out a now field into illimitable
space. Tho world broke its bonds.
A now world had boon discovered,
aud why should there not bo other
worlds to discover? Tho mon of
that, day know of tho Pacific Ocean.
Marco Polo, a mighty shrewd old
Venetian, had told about tho west
ern shore of tho Pacific as far back
as 1293, and a "couple of hundred
years or so thereafter tho Portuguese
woro comlortauly established in tho
Moluccas. But it was not till tho
time of Bulboa that pooplo began
to think of tho unknown possibili
ties of tho ocean. Gold and jewels
and lino estates had boon won bjr
Cortez, and why should not others
do likowiso? There wns hence al
ways a stir among tho Spaniards set
tled along tho coasts of Mexico and
Peru, and expedition after expedi
tion was fitted out.
Thus tho lecturer moved along in
an engaging preliminary, by which
ho introduced tho burden of his
paper, which was tho adventurous
career of Alvaro Mondana do Negra.
Ho Blartod on his first piece of work
iu lfj(17. Magellan's voyago was
commenced in JfilU and tho news of
it only reached Europo in tho early
part of Sopt., 1522. Boforo Mon
dana there had only been expedi
tions into tho unknown aud tho re
sults had not been very groat.
Along tho lino several groups of isl
ands had been discovered, but a
good half of thorn it lias boojyim
possible to identify, Aniongst tho
imaginative ideas running wild at
that timo was ono that on tho con
tinent thoro woro sovon rich citios
fillod with gold and jowols, which
ovory groat trader iu Mexico was
Buro lay a littlo to the north of him.
Tho islands of tho groat sea woro
reported to produco anything.
Thoro woro pearls, thoro was gold,
thoro woro mountains of vermilion,
silver, spicos, and, abovo all, thoro
was tho groat iuducomont quoting
from a despatch of Philip II., to
"drivo tho dovil from tho tyrannical
possession which ho had hold for so
many agos, usurping to himself tho
adoration of thoso pooplo." Tho
dovil was a vory real entity in thoso
days aud it was tho proper thing to
go aud fight him. In tho process of
tho conversion of his followors,
many might bo killed and wcio
killed, but it was all dono in a good
causo. Every piratical expedition
fitted out was for tho glory of
Christianity nnd tho Dockets of its
votaries. Boforo describing tho two
voyages of Mondaua tho lecturor
gavo a showing of what had boon
done and tho rosults of other men's
work. For himself ho always divided
tho history of discoveries in tho
Pacific into four oras, viz.:
1. Tho period anterior to dis
eovory, a dim dreamland of legends
aud myths which catch tho imagin
ation of thoso who make folklore a
2. Tho poriod of spasmodic dis
covory, from 1513 to 17G0, which
ondod with Lord Byron's voyage.
3. Tho poriod of systematic dis
covery under Wallis, Cook and Van
couver, and comiug down to tho
thoroughly scientific expeditions of
tho prosont contury.
4. Tho period of colonization,
which overlapped his third division.
jMonaana belonged to .tho second
poriod and was chosowas his subject
becauso ho was tho only ono who
had formed a definite plan. In des
cribing what had boon dono tho lec
turor rapidly sketched tho explora
tions of Bulboa, Magellan, d'Avila,
Cortez and others. Mondana was a
rolativo of Lopez Garcia do Castro,
at that timo Viceroy of Poru. His
expedition started from Callao, Jan
uary 10, 1567. No list is given of
number of vessols or armaments. In
cidentally two ships woro mentioned.
They sailod 1150 Spanish leagues
before tjioy sighted land. Space will
not permit following tho lecturor
all through tho first and second voy
ages of Mondana, in which ho dis
covered the Marquesas and Solomon
groups. A colony was finally started
on tho island of Santa Cruz, in tho
socond expedition mistaking it for
ono of tho Solomons. Things went
all wrong with tho colony. Tho na
tives at first friendly became offend
ed aud many of thom'woro killed in
battle. Meudaua himself died. Af
ter tho colony had been decimated
his widow sailed for Manila to or
ganize a now colony. Fifty of hor
crow died on tho voyago. A second
vessel arrived aftor hors with a re
duced and dyiug company. A third
struck tho destined beach with sails
all sot but with all hands lying corp
ses on tho deck. "What a weird end
ing!" concluded tho lecturer. "Did
she come to laud on somo bright
tropic morning when tho sunjLwas
gilding tho dancing waves? I rather
picture her slipping ghostliko un'dor
tho dreamy moonlight, gradually
approaching tho dismal straud, leu
as it were by tho spirit of tho man
who had traversed so many loagues
of ocean and whoso bod' must find
rest in a consecrated grave, among
his own pooplo and under his own
Hearty applause greeted tho lec
turer on concluding, and it was re
solved to publish the lecture as No.
i of tho Socioty's Papers.
The' chairman stated that Papor
No. 3 (Judgo Dole's on Evolution of
Hawaiian Land Titles) was ready
for distribution to members. Ho
also announced that Dr. Emorson
would deliver tho next lecture, on,
"Voyages of Hawaiians in Canoes."
Ho hoped thoro would bo a larger
audienco to hoar it than tho one pre
sent on this occasion.
MISSING WORD CONTEST,
For the Readers of tho Dally Bulletin.
Am a needed diversion In tho midst of
political anxieties, an exercise in mental
Ingenuity or lltornry research, and nn op
portunity for mutual profit between this
papor nnd Its brightest render, tho Bui.m:
tin now opoiis n missing word contest.
Tho sentonco from which tho last word
is missing In tho following voting ticket Is
from n volume of standard literature.
Every person la entitled to give tho missing
word on each ticket sent with a fco of ten
cents. At tho close of tho competition,
with ten dnys ndded for votes from tho
other Islnnds, tho en tiro nggrcgnta of vot
ing fees will bo divided In ciiunl shares
among all who havo correctly named tho
For Missing Word Contost No. 1 tho
ticket will nppenr In six successive issues
of the Daily Bm.i.nTiN. Tho division of
receipts will be made on Thursday, March
23. Following is the voting ticket:
Hawaiian Hartal! Co., L'il
Bruco & A. J. Gartwright.
Missing Word Contest, No. 1.
" I ought to say besides, that that
portion of the army so imprudently
sent to the aid of the English Col
onics struggling against their mother
country, was imbued in the JYfew
World with the doctrines of.
Fee 10c. enclosed.
The voter hns simply to cut out the nbove
ticket, writo in tho blank what he believes
is tho missing word, sign his name with
address on the lines for that purpose, then
encloo the ticket with ten cents in an en
velope, and send it to tins olllce, addressed
as below. The ten cents may bo sent in
postage stamps. A good way for voters in
the country would be for several to send a
list of their names and a 1'. O. O. to cover
tho aggregate of their fees, each, however,
sending his vote separately. Voters in
Honolulu may hand their votes Into tho
To attest the fairness of the contest, tho
name and page of tho book, from which is
taken the passngo containing the missing
woul, will bo published along with the list,
of those who have given the correct word
and are entitled to the dividend.
One person may havo as ninny votes ns
ho pleases, but only ono vote is allowed on
each ticket. Ho may vote dill'eront words
or repeat the samo ono on separate tickets.
ECF Address votes:
MibKiNti Word Costust No. 1,
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
TO-MORROW, March 8th
AT 0 O'CLOCK A. M
I will hell at
Public Auction, at my
The strongest recommendation
that auj' article can havo is tho en
dorsement of tho mothors of tho
town. Whon tho mothers recom
mend it you may know that that
article has moro than ordinary merit.
Hero is what tho Contervillo, South
Dakota, Citizen says editorially of
an article sold in thoir town: "From
personal experience wo can say that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
broken up bad colds for our chil
dren. Wo aro acquainted with many
mothers in Contervillo who would
not bo without it in tho house for a
good many times its cost, and aro
recommending it everyday." 50 cent
bottles for salo by all dealers. Bon
son, Smith & Co., agents for the Ha
100 Bales Compressed Hay,
00 Bales Large Hay,
100 Bags Bran,
100 Bags Whole Barley,
100 Bags Rolled Barley,
50 Bags Middlings.
Just Landed and in Good Order.
Lewis X. Levey,
Household -:- Furniture
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION !
A (REGULAR) MEETING OP THE
ahovo Company will bo hold TUES
DAY EVENING, March 7, lh93, at 7
o'clock, at tho Flro Police Hall, Fishel
Block, for tho purpose of winding up tho
Company's aHalrs and other business that
may no nrougut torwaru. i.et every inom-
hor bo present.
OUTSTANDI S(l ACCOUNTS
uulust the Honolulu Kilo I'lilieo
must be rendeiad on or before Tuesday,
March 7, Itt'JJ, to tho umlurslgui'd,
SITUATION WANTED -
BY A JAVANESE IN A SMALL
family, where he would havo time
A LL HILLS AGAINST
J.X. Lnglim ( o. No. 2 must
to -Mr. A. L. ('. Atkinson before Wednes
day, March H, 1M:.
I'Elt OHDKIt OK COMMITTK1C.
Honolulu, Mnrch (I, lfeii.1. li)7-'.!t
1 am instructed bv Mit. IIAIIHY V.
LEWIS to M-ll at 1'ublle Auction at his
Kcsidenre, Heretania street near l'llkol
On WEDNESDAY, March 8th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
The Whole of his Household Furnlturo
and Ell'ects, consisting of
2Elegant Antique Bedroom Sets,
2 Elegant Antiiiue Itcdroom Sets ami
('hcllonlers, 1 11 W Hedrocim Set, 1
Oak and 1 11 W Wardrobe, Hair nnd
Spring Miittiesess, Oliaiulolluis and
Eine Large & Small Rugs,
Itiittun Chairs aud Tables, Superior
lied Lounge, 1 11 V and 1 Oak Exten
sion Dining Table, 11 W Dining Chairs,
upholstered Iu leather; l'lth Contury
Oak Chairs, Jimn.e Ornaments, Occa
sional aud Card Tables, Portieres,
ANTIQUE OAK SIDEBOARD,
China Closet, Lace Curtains and l'olcs.
Ice Chest, Meat Safe, Crockery, I'luted
Ware, Cutlery, Glassware,
1 Fischer Steel Cooking Range,
Cooking Utensils, Luwn Mower, Step
Ladder, Garden IIoso and Tools, etc.
1 Saddle Pony, Saddle & Bridle,
Eamily Horse, Huggy and Harness.
TfiJ-Thu House will ho open for Inspec
tion from 10 to 2 on Tuesday previous to
day of bale.
Lewis J". Levey,
rplIE KKflULAU ANNUAL MEETING
X of the Ktoekholders of tho luter-
Islanil Hleaiu Navigation Coiupauv, (I.M),
will bo hold at tlio Olllco of the (.omiuuiv
March 21st, at IU o'clock
W. H. MiiLEAN,
rctanla street cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tuuo of Hlx Kooins. Uiruo
Lot, Htublii aud Chicken House, Am
i';. it. iiHMim ,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co, 'tt store,
Saturday, March 4, 1S93.
The annexation hurrah pro
mises to bring such a rush of
Americans to Hawaii that it is
a question where they will be
accommodated with land. 'Lots
of land here will be rnade
ready for planting whatever
the new arrivals think will pay
the best. If thev will accept
the advice of experienced men
they will procure "Hendry
Breakers" as the best means
of accomplishing what is
necessary in making it ready
for cultivation. That they are
superior to any other plow on
the market is shown in. the
number of testimonials we
have received from persons
who are using them. -Mr. H,
Lidgate, manager of Hamakua
Plantation, says regarding it:
"We are so well pleased with
your 14 inch Breaker that we
are, by this mail,, sending
through our agents for two
more, one 14 inch and one 12-'
inch. 1 he piece of ground we
are using this one on is full of
stone and soon uses our other
plows up, but yours stands the
rough work well and turns the
sod where the others only
root."- When a conservative
man like Mr. Lidgate puts his
name to a testimonial as
strong as this the public may
rest assured that he believes
the plow to be a good thing.
Another article that increas
ed immigration will create a
larger demand for is the Steel
Aermotor. Wherever rains
are uncertain tne Aermotor is
an absolute necessity once
erected the cost of maintaining
it is practically nothing. We
know of people on the islands
using our mill who tell us that
their savings by this means
have paid for the investment
the first three months after
purchase. One back number
Chinaman saw his taro going
to waste for lack of water and
to get some money out of it
leased his patches to a neigh
bor who owns an Aermotor.
Look at the result: the man
with the windmill saved the
taro and drives a double team,
while the misguided Chinaman
sits on the fence and marvels
at his lack of savez. We have'
testimonials enough on the
Aermotor to fill the columns
of this paper, but it- would
crowd out "late dispatches," so
we don't publish them. If you
want water buy an Aermotor,
damp weather won't last for
Late news from the United
States continues to keep on
the fence some people who are
anxious to get down on one
side or the other. Between
annexation and monarchy with
some of them it's a case of
"How happy I could be with
either were t'other dear char
mer away." This plan may
work, but it's doubtful; a man
can't expect to continue for
ever sliding down a slippery
board without getting a splint
er in some part of his anatomy.
What about wire? There
are from four to a dozen, re
ports vary, war ships, coming
here during the next thirtv
days and they will average
300 men each. Let us calcu
late that eight will arrive;
that's 2400 men; add this num
ber to the sailors already here
and we will have an addition
to our floating population
say 4000 souls and each one
of them will average two.
pounds of meat per day, that's
8000 pounds. There's millions
in it! Beef, not wire. With
this large increase in the de
mand for beef will come a de
mand for fence wire and you
will find it to your advantage
and ours, to buy from us. We
have the largest stock and the
best quality of wire in Hono
lulu and we're shipping it to
ranches and plantations all
over the islands by nearly
every steamer leaving this
port. People who came to
see it bought it and you will
probably do the same if you
are interested in entile or
want to keep them off your
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
THAT VERY DESIU
nblo ltesidcnco nt pro
sent occupied by .lames
Lovo as n homostcad. situ-
ato on King street opposite the rcsidonco
of Dr. G. 1. Andrews. Houso contains
I-urgo l'arlor, Dining-room, Iirgo llcd
rooms, Kitchen, etc. Hooiny Stables and
Servant's tjuaiters In rear; only 10 min
utes' walk to the Post Olllco, Possession
given In March, 1'J3. o03-tf
Two-story -Brick Building
...11. tirnn..4. n........l
mui J- lUUMiiii viiuuuun. ij tm
formerly tho rcsidonco of tho Into H, J.
Hart, situato on Nuuanu Avonuo below
School street. Terms easy. 023-tf
NOTE Ileforo scoking or closing bar
gains olsewhore, it will pay you to scan our
column, nnd to at once consult tho under
signed nt their olllco.
We keen nronertv in first-class con
dition, Our terms aro numerate and as
landlords wo will always be found reason
able In our dealings.
ff"- Apply In each caso to
BRUCE or A. J. 0ARTWRIGHT,
'Cartwright Hnilding," Merchant street.
On Account of Departure.
A TRACT (iP LAND, NEAR
Heretania street, of about
8 Acres, favorably located for
division into Huilding Lots;
at present cultivated for veue-
tablos, rice and bananas; water from two
Artusiiin Wells. Apply to
I'. O. Hox 112, Honolulu.
A NEWLY HUILT COT
tago 21x.,(i, contain
ing t Rooms, Kitchon and
Bathroom, on n Lot 50 foot
f.f,lili,n ft. ltn.,l'.,,!l-l, . n ..nnw l.,...,l,i.a. .
11U11IUU,. J11 J..V.nnJLII,1UCi:ii HUH I L Mil tl unit,
area about D0OO square feet; ! minutes'
walk from the tramcars; Artesian water.
Price $1000. Applv to
011)-2w P. O. Hox 412, Honolulu.
The Nippon Yuson Knisha's Al Steamer
Will be duo at this port on or about tho
28th inst. nnd will leave for
On SATURDAY, March 11th,
SXF For information regarding Freight
and Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
General Agent Nippon Yusen Kaisha.
TO PLANT LOVERS 1
rpHE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO
i notify tho nublic that he is nrcnared
to Propagate any kind of Tree, Shrub or
Hush by Grafting, Iludding, Ringing, oi
other methods. So payments will bo re
quired until they aro well rooted, which
will take from six weeks to six months, ac
cording to its genus. Now is tho time for
ladies to make presents whother exotics or
natives, to her friends. I will also under
take to eradicate nil insects that prey upon
or suck the snp from trees and other vege
tables, which can bo expelled from 50 to IX)
hours; no enre no pay.
J33P" The Colleo and Orango family a
(153-lm Bulletin Olllce.
Purchasers of FIFTY TREES
Will ho Piesented with a
Card o Silk Worm Eggs
FOR SALE BY
Le-vvis J". TjQ-vey,
Cll-lw Corner Fort it Queon sts.
"THE CHINESE TIMES."
AM ON, FORMERLY
JL-i and Collector of
Times," has resigned, of which all pursons
having business with that paper will
please take notice. Leo Chu is from this
date the authorized Collector to trum-uet
all the business of the said paper. Tho
oltlce of the Times has been removed to .'17
Honolulu, March 2, lMt:i. Ull-hv
HAVAIIAN STAMPS WANTED.
f ARC1E OR SMALL QUANTITIES OF
j Hawaiian used Postago Stamps
Cent, violet (Lilluokalani) . . ,50c.
f Cent, hluo 05c,
Others iu proportion. Address
1 ' "J!. M."
(i05-lw Uui.i.KriN Ollh-e.
bought for cash at Kan
1 Cent, green .
2 Cent, iomi (Kalakan
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite K roclcuU' lllook,
HAWAIIAN STAMl'S WANTED.
pANCKLLEI) HAWAIIAN STAMPS,
J Envelopes and ('arils bought for
cash at Kan FraucUco pi lees,
at "Tho Elito leu Creuiii 1'urlors ,'