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ft; BY AUTHORITY. "" iowl-
Sp,' BALE OF
aovorninont Lands in Kttrtia and
Kahonhuna, N. Hilo, Hawaii.
On THURSDAY, Miiioh 'to, IMM, nt It!
o'uloi'k noon, lit tliii fiont cntinueo or Alll
ohml Halo, will bo ulil at Public Auction
Four (i) Sections ot Land in Kuala and
Kiihouhuitu, N. Hilo, Hawaii, as follows:
Section 1 Containing an hum ot HH.'J
Acres, Upset pi lee fH HI.
Section 'J -Containing an uio.i of .'17.T
Acres. Upset price 4. 1 s! t.
Section J Containing an men of lit. I,?
Aeies. Upset prim fJiil.
Section I Containing mi area of H.0'1
Acres, Upset pi ice Jl.'i.
It is eonilitloiu'ii that the purchaser of
tlie above Lots shall iu the cost of survey
ami plotting of same. Full Infonu.ition In
this regard can be obtained upon nppllca
tion to the. Land Olllee, inteiior l)e art
inent. .1. A. KING,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Inteiior OlllcefVeb. IK.', KM.
Throe Tracts of Government Lands
in North Hilo.
On THURSDAY, Maich :iu, 1KU, at 11!
o'clock noon, at the fiont entianio of Alll
olani Halo, will ho sold at Public Auction,
Three Tract of Government Lands in M.i
uluaikl, North Hilo, llnw iiii.'viz. :
Tract 1 Containing an aie.i of i!l 07-100
Aeies. Up-eT; piico flltt.
Tiact '1 Contiiining an urea of 18 30-100
Acres. Upset pi ice fin.; SO.
Tract 3 Containing an aica of 13 yi-lOO
Acres. Upset price li'J.'JS.
It is conditioned that the puiclriser of
the above Lots shall pay the eo-t of sui vey
and plotting of same. Full information in
this legard can bo obtained upon applica
tion to the Land Otllce, Inteiior Deput
meiit. .1. A. KING,
Ministei of the Inteiior.
Interior Olllee, Feb. '.'1, lsul.
Government Land in North Hilo,
On THURSDAY, March HO, IN)!, at 12
o'clock noon, at the fiont eiitr.inco of Alii
olani Hale, will be sold at Public Auction,
310 2-10 Acre of Hush and Woodland about
lii miles above main road in the Ui-tikt
of Xoith Hilo, Hawaii.
The Cioveinnient reseivos the Itight-of-Wny
for a load tlnough this Lfftul.
It is conditioned th.it the puich.iser of
the aboe land shall nay cost of sin vej and
plotting of same. Full inforniation in this
regard can bo obtained upon application to
the Land Olllee, Interior Department.
Upset pi ice .falO.
.1. A. ICING,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interior Otlice, Feb. 25, Is1)!.
SALE OF LEASE
Of a Government Land in Hilo,
On MONDAY, April :i, IS'J.1, at 12 o'clock
noon, nt the front entrance of Aliiohini
Hale, will be old at Public Auction, the
Leae of a poition of the (loveinment Land
of Kaapoko, m.ik.ii of the Government
road in Hilo, Hawaii, containing aniiica
of 15 Acres a little more or lcs.
Term Lease for l.'i ears.
Upset prico 'f0 per unnuiii, pavable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KINO,
Ministei of the Inteiior.
Interior Ofllio, Maich It, lsUJ.
1 SALE OF
The Lease of the Government Land
of Kopuhi, Palolo, Oahu.
On MONDAY, April Ii, ls9.j, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of Ahiol.ini
Hale, will bo sold at Public Auction, the
Lease of the Government Land of Kepuhi,
I'alolo, Oahu, containing nu uic.i of 11
'25-1(10 Acres a little moie or less.
Term Lcao for 15 j eai s.
Upset price 70 per annum, jiaj.ible
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Inteiior Olllee, Maich '.',, IbiiJ.
SALE OF A
Government Lot at Kaluaopalena,
On WKDNKSDA Y, Mari'h Hi, lsdi, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale, will bo sold at Public Auction,
Government Ituildlne; Lot No. 1!) at Kalu.i
opalenu, Kalihi, Oahu, containing an aiea
of one 01-100 acres, a little more or less.
Unset price $'200.
J. A. KINO,
Ministei of the Inteiior.
Inteiior Oflice, Feb. 13, lblii.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands miiHt, by law, be 10-rogls.
tered piior to July 1, 180'1, or they will be
forfeited, and can tlieieaflci bit appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu shall he made at
tho Inteiior Olllee,
On the othei Islands It shall bo done at
tho Olllc s of thu several Bherllli.
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interior Ofllee, Dec. 2. 1W)2. MMf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, are Jieiehy notilled
that the Hours for using water for Jrilga
tlon purposes are bom 0 to b o'clock a. m.,
nml 1 to U o'clock i'. m. , until further uotlcu.
JOHN O. WHlTi:,
Hupt. Honolulu N'uter Woiks,
U, N, Wiwox,
.Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, II, I., Jan, o, IbUi,
Utmt'vv ok CtsroMs, )
Homii.vi.v, II. 1., March I, lH.
Healed Tenders will be received nt the
Ollleo of the Cullcctor-Ocnernl of Customs
till FRIDAY, the lutli of M.ueh, at 12
o'clock noon, for the Vrlntlng and llindlng 1
of the Collet tor' Animal Itupoit for WH. I
A specimen of the woik to bedone can be
seen at the Custom Uoue.
The Colleetoi of Customs does mil bind
hluiseU to accept the lowest or nuj hid.
A. S. CLIHUIOKN,
Ht'iniM 01 (VsroM-i, I
llnMiii'i.r, II. I., March 7, IWJ.i
.1. .1. Kl.lil.Y has this day bei'ii apioint
cd to the position of Al-tant (Juaid for
the Port of Honolulu, aIcc C. 11. Claik, re
signed. A.S. CLlkUlOlSX,
P. C. Joms,
Minister of I'lu.iucu.
lit iirvr 01 Ui'sioms, )
iro.voi.tMit, 11. L.Maich I, is'i!.)
0. .1. FAL1C has been appointed to be
Pilot lor the Port and Collection Distiict
of Mnhukona, Jtiu.u'i. Commission to
date fioin Fubiuaiy 21, ISiil.
A. S. CLF.nilOKX,
Appi ftved :
P. 0. Joxi-s,
Minister of Finance.
tillM 1INMI.NT Kril.lUMI, I
Hiinoi iM.u, March 7, l'M.)
It. viitue of the authoiity ested in me
by Act No. 1, enacted by the Usecutive
and Advisory Couui ils of the Pioviional
Government of the Hawaiian Islands,
"liehiting to the Powers and Duties of the
President and F,ecutie Council," I have
t is dn. , by and with the advice and con
s nt of said i:eeutie Council Uppointed
HFNliY HUNIr COOPFK
as Sicond .lodge of the Ciicuit Cointof
the I'iist Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands.
(signed) SANFOUD P.. DOLF.,
Picsident of the Piovisional Govi.iimeiit
of the Hawaiian Island.
()07 3t-U It
FISANIC HUM'ACi: has this day been
appointed Chief Fngincui ol the Honolulu
S. 1!. nosi:,
Cliaiiman Hoard of l'iie Comniisioncis.
Honolulu, Maich 1, lfc'i'..
M BAIL! BULLETIN.
I'lrdgrd lo ueithir Srct nnr Parly,
Bui JJitahlMud far the lirncfit of All.
WEDNESDAY, AIAKCII 8. 1893.
The meinbois of the "drei hun
dred" having proved so useful as
mounted patrolmen in allowing all
soils of lawlessness, including the
greatest bmglary on record, on their
beats place is being uiado for tho
same cla- of worthies to crtinguisli
thomsolves in the Customs service.
A strong party on tho Isthmus is
fighting against evident fato foi an
extension of time to the l'anama
Canal Company. It 111113' be only a
selfish movement instigated by mer
chants for securing tho squandering
of more money on tho ground to Jill
their own tills. Otherwise, if based
no fudiial biinvlo(lm uf tho idivsio.'il
..m.rlifmn llm ,nnnnnt. is.-. nll ,
.... . .. ...
Inunction ol tlie positive repoitn
lately nitide, to the olfect that the
canal alwtiys vva, and always will
be, simply impracticable.
The Orangoinon seem determined,
in the event of homo rule passing, to
disprove their claim to tho title
''Loyal." Thoy are preparing to
fight against tho measure's going
into eileet. Tho bill outlined by
Mr. Gladstone in his recent speech
reserves ample linpoiial control to
ensuio the protection of the tights
of till classes in Ireland. There is
no more occasion, outside of fan
ticisin, for an Orange rising agt.inst
homo rule than there was for the
Orange conspiiacy to prevent the
accession ol Uncoil ictoria.
The wrecking of tho modest for
tune of so prominent a public man
as Governor .McKinley, through his
own generosity of heart in endors
ing for a lifelong fiiend, should ox
cite the sympathy of all, oven in
cluding the most bitter foes of the
McKinley Hill. One would expect
to lind the wealthy nianiifacturers
and pioducoi-i of tho United States,
who have benefited by millions
from Mr. .Mclvinlej'n famous nieas
1110, not letting a day pass without
contributing enough to rehabilitate
their gieat benefactor in comforta
!.-,. ... Willi,.,,. .....1 Lit hi,.,,,. I
11 1 ! .1
cellor havo evidently come I
against a stone wan. j ney nmi Hint
tho Ifoichstng will not pass their
military bill nor (heir Uus,iau coin-
mereial treaty. Either they must
weaken and allow a decided advance
to be registeied for popular gov el 11-
0 , 4. . . 1 r
taunt, or take thu great nk of a
coup dVtnl to deprive tho pcnplu of
n Million ot tho limited control of
nfl'nirs they now enjoy. The hitter
step might bo safe to Inko if it woro
only tho rabid socialists, etc., tho
Government had lo deal with, but
now the respectable iniddlo classes
aro .muiK fith their iniltienco
. ,, . .. . ,. . P
Uilllini I 111.' UlllL"SSIVll IIIIK'J Ul u-
California, in spite of its almost
fabnlotM dovehipu..it since 18 IS,
seems to have lotaincd a gioal tlo.tl
of the exuberance of its pioneer days.
The citiy.eus of Oceausido, Sotithoin
California, lately decided by a vote
of fiS to lo in faor of the issuanco
of W0,(XK) in water bonds, for tho
itupoe of supplyiii,';th:it town with
an abundance of water. "Upon the
announcement of tho lcsult of tho
election." wo aie told, "tho town
went wild. Uuines was practically
suspended and every citien joined
in making the event a red letter day
in tho history of Oceaiiidc. Can
non woro tired and all kinds of jolli
fication lesoited to." Tho dry 15
must liao felt .small.
The retirement' of Secretary Foster
from President llanison's Cabinet,
to join the Bohriny Sea Commis
sion in Paris, before the question of
Hawaiian annexation was settled, is
significant. It will bo remembered
it was announced tit fust that Secre
tary Foster had postponed his do
part uio for Pai is, so as to stand by
and see tho consummation of Ha
waiian annexation before the close
of the Republican administuition.
His depaituie before that event
would indicate that the most etra
oulinary oll'orts of lfairion ami his
Cabinet, to pievent tho leaving of
the Hawaiian question as a legacy
to Cleveland's ndniiuistiatton, have
failed. All negotiation-) with the
kite adininistiation, to have Hawai
ian local affairs administered by resi
dents of ome standing, and a 113'
concessions to'the Provisional Gov
ernment, may therefore be consider
ed as oil'.
Hoot TJeer on di aught at Benson,
Smith A; Co.'s.
After shtiv ing ini Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Jieuson, Sinit h Aj Co., Agents.
Xative Fans and Curios in great
variety at tho "Elite Ico Cream l'ar
lor.s." Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith tc Co.,
Dr. AIcLenitan, BJl Foit stieot,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (582.
Mechanics' Home. .VJ and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 2,")c. and TiOc. a night; ?i
and .S1.2.") a week.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. 13., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in classes; Flench, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
nearY. M. C. A.
Tlie strongest, recommendation
that any niticlo can have is tho 011
doiseinent of the inotheis of tho
town. When tho mothers recom
mend it you mav know that that
aiticlc has mote than ordinal y merit.
Hero is what tho Centeiville, South
Dakota, Citizen says editorially of
an aiticlo sold in their town: "From
personal experience we can say that
Chamberlain's Cough Heinedy lia-
broken up bad colds lor our clnl- ,
dien. Vo aie iicquaiuted with main, rsini; ItF.GULAi: ANNUAL MEF1'INO
mothers in Centeiville who would , - (jf the Stockholdeis of the Inter
mit w without it in flin lwmsf. fru- , 1 b I md Stc 1111 N:tv 1' ition Coiiiiiiiv, (L'd),
not 00 wiuioiit it in i no noti() 01 a 1 ,,, , . ,,., 1 1. ,..,. (lf .,', . ;,.
good many times its cost, and are
recommending it uveiy day." fiUccnl
bottles for stile bv all dealeis, ien-
POll, Slllit ll & Co., agents for the Ila-
A female lion-tamer, .vouiig and
fair, beckoned to tho big' limi Nero
and it came and took a piece of sugar
out of her mouth.
"Why, 1 could do that trick!" ex
claimed a spectator.
"Why, you f" uitorled the fair per
former. ''Certainly; just as well as the
lion." Jlevue irt Sports.
Sho Why, Charles, how can you
call Miss J nmc.- lilain.' 1 wish 1 was
half as good-looking as she is.
Ife You aie, Jialtie, and you
know it. (At last advices Hat tie was
ondeavoiing to decide whether she
ought to bo pleased or olfended at
the compliment). London Tid-Jiila.
.liinniy Why don't yer come over
here an' skate? The ico is a heap
Tommy There's more fun lime.
If J was to break through hole I'd
likely diown, an' over them tho
water aint a foot deep,
JJilly I'lontiovv -Then you think
you have a good company this sea
son? Enthusiastic .Manager A good
company! Vliy. they'ie all stats,
sir! Every lady in the cast is a cele
brated divorcee and every man has
won his prize-fight. -'..
Mrs. Hnutton (maliciously) You
woro sjieh a charming dobtilanlo, my
dear, fifteen years ago.
-Mis. Iglefo Was 1J I only re
member you made such ti lovely
ehapiiioii foi 1110 when J camo out.- -
Chit ago iXt ws Jlicurd
,)at'l Jlardup hat s a man to
do.iloiMor, wlmn ho i-im't oat hoof -
steah without getting neuralgia in
I . ,1J'; I'ottly-H'ni! I'd jeconnuend
lmJ j"B 1,,s Raiding lii.iibu.
' . ... -
1'PHi: WELKLY 1I:lL1:1'IN-2i; COL-
I J uiiiiinuf liilnriwliiiif Reading .Mtittvr.
1 uiiuida,l umlhd to foreign countries, i.
News From tho Orient.
Tim steamer Peiu arrived at San
Francisco Vob.22 from tho Client
with Hongkong news to Jnnuaiy '27
and Yokohama advices to February
ii. Snow is repotted in the cities on
the Chinoso const, as well as in
.lapan, with weather of unusual se
verity. A recent uprising is reported
from near Novvchting, the insurgents
being led by two Taoist priests.
Their followers numbered nearly
nitiu men, but they disappeared the
, ,, ..j.,.-. -- J
moment tioops appeared on the ,
scene. Only one tight sutliced to P'lcr and Its brightest renders, tho llui.1.1;
viiHlu .I1.1 A-lw.ln ,',,L,r-,.,,i:,,,, ........i,. Tls now opens a missing woid contest.
o p A insurieetion, nearly Tho tcncm.0 trom wJ;(,h tho iaHt,Vord
2(H) or tho insurgents being captured . Is niisslng In the following voting ticket is
and fifty killed. The remainder bo- I from volume of standard literature,
took themselves to the hills. I jvc'iy person is entitled to give the inissing
nr 11,,. ini 1' 1 . ..ii1
Uf the 11)4 lisliei men caught. 111 a '
galo oir tho ,Inpu coast, '211 have,
been saved. Eighteen -boats, con-
!.;.,;,. r ;iil .,,., L....,,1 .l.Lt,i, I
' ," , 1 . .V v"i"-" ,'"V,
auu sianeu lor ine nearest itiiiti, inn.
fifty perished on the way of oxposuio
and starvation. Stories of teniblo
suffering are told by the survivors.
A mild crisis in the ilapaneso
Legislature came to a climax on
January 23d, when the House was
prorogued for lift ecu days, tho long
est period possible under the consti
tution. This was done, it is said, to
shut ofT a ropio-ontation by tho
Diet to tho thioiie on tho budget.
The only discernible difloreneo be
tween the Government and tho op
Persons who tire subject to attacks
of bilious colic can almost invariably
tell by their feelings, when to expect
an attack. If Chainbeilain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhrea Ketnedy is
taken as soon as these symptoms ap
pear, they can ward oil tho disease
Such persons should always keep
tho Jkunedy at hand, leady" for im
mediate 110 when needed. Two or
tlnee doses of it at tho right time
will save them uuicli sull'oring. For
sale by all dealeis. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for tho Hawaiian' Isl
and's. Subwibr far the Daily Jiullrlin, 50
fV.i trr month.
TO TAKE PLACE AT THE
Suturdav Evening March J8
AND CONTINUING ABOUT ONE WEEK.
fST Teams de'uing to enter, are le
filicled to do so with Mil. (.'. .1. MiCAl!
Tll Y, at No. .'So Men h.int stieet.
g$f- Entiles will close at 12 o'cloik
noon, F1UDAY, Maich 17th.
gjy- A Platform will be completed and
open for piactiie at the Ainioiv about
Maich 1,'itli. 'Hil-'it
T)Y A JAPAN i:si: IN A SMALL
1) fnmilv, wluio be vould have time
P. O. Box 200.
. ,, Tl'lI'sDAY, M.nch 2it, at lu o'elock
HAWAIIAN STAMPS WANTED.
AROi: OR KMALL QUANTITIES OF
1- Hawaiian ued Postage .Stamps
bought for cash at Sin Fr.int isco prices.
1 Cent, green 10c.
2 Cent, 100 (Kahikaim) ,2ic.
2 Cent, violet (l.illuok il.mi) r(ic.
f Cent, blue Win.
Olbeis in propoition. Addle p
(j"i"i-lvv Bt'i.i.i'.m tillice.
HAWAIIAN BTAIflPo WANTED.
lANCF!.Li:o HAWAIIAN STAMPS,
V Envelopes and Cards bought for
cash at Sim l'ui'isisen pii.es.
at "The Elite Ice Cieam Pallors."
ROOMS TO LET.
rpW) NH'F.LY FUR- Vyv.r--.
X nishid Rooms at No. fljfj;SvL
I Ciiiidin Lane, very ica- &4ti i.TifS.
con ible. Us-2w -iyiff.Ig:
I fXSn BLOCK PI50M BE- yi --n
J u-tania htiiet earn, a V2
I Cool and Convenient Cot- f3ii3S
tage of Sl Rooiiih, Lingo -iiiiJiirtJi
Lot, Hiable and Chit l.en Houo. Apph to
E. R. MENDltY,
at Hawall.111 lliirdwiue Uo.'s tore,
The Nippon Yum. 11 KiiNIui'm AI iSltainer
I "MIIKI MAKU,"
1 Will Ijr dun at thin poit on ornbi
' 2Mh Ihm and 'will leave fm
On SATURDAY, Maroh 11th,
ftT" I'oi iiifuiiiiiltlou U'juidllig I'lelght
and I'UKMige, uppl to
MU. G. IHWIN & CO., L'd.,
Ouiieriil A gi.ut Nippon Yiunn luil.hu.
MISSING WORD CONTEST,
For tho Readers of tho Dally Bulletin.
As a needed diversion in tho tuldst of
ioliliial iiinlelles, an e.veicisc. in mental
uiitiiiiij ... lliv'lt.l,, il?i:iuliii ..lilt Ull ui.
portunlty for mutual pi oflt between this
num uii ciicii uckui so 11. wiin n ice 01 ion
,.,.,it. ai- tin. .ao,. ,. n, ...,...tut.,n
with ten day added for votes h 0111 tho
V1'10? NI,l,"Jr.' V10 Hnt,1,1(!,n?reB!l10, "f vo1"
"'B --' . will bo divided in equal shares
liunongnll who have concctly named tin
11101111 nil who nave, eoncctlv named the
For Missing Word Contest No. 1 tho
ticket will appear in six successive issues
of the Duly Hhm.iitin. The division of
leccipts will bo made on Thursdav, March
2. Following is tho voting ticket:
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
onies struggling against their mother
country, wai imbued in the New
World with the doctrines of.
Fee 10e. endow d.
The voter h is simply to cut out the above
ticket, writo in tho blank what he belioves
is the missing woid. ign his name with
address on the lines for that purpoe, then
encloo the ticket with ten icnt in an en
velope, and end it to this otllce, addiessed
as below. The ten cents mav he sUnt in
postage stamps. A good way for voters in
the country would be for several to send a
lit of their names and a P. O. O. to coyer
the aggregate of their fees, each, howevei,
sending ins vote sojiaiately. Voters 111
Honolulu mav hand then votes into tho
lit i.ii.rix Olllee.
To attest the fairness of the contest, the
name and page of the book, fioni which is
taken tlie passage containing the missing
woid, will be publisbed along with the list
or thoo who have given" the coirect word
and aie entitled to the dividend.
One peron may have as many votes as
he plc:ic, but only one veto is allowed on
each ticket. He may vote dillerent words
or iepe.it the same one on separate tickets
Missimj Woito CoNTrsT No. 1,
On Account of Departure.
at liresetit cultivated for veim- !
tables, lice and bananas; water from two
Aitesian Wells. Apply to
P. O. Box 412, Honolulu.
A NEWLY BUI LT COT- mi '-v-.
tage 243il, contain- a-fXith
ing 4 Rooms, Kitchen and iiiVYmSJ.
Jiatlirooin, on a Lotnoieet
f 1 outage on Ileckw it h stieot near Punahou;
aiea about 0000 squaie feet; 5 minutes'
walk from the trame.irs; Artesian water.
Pi ice ftOOO. Apply to
"M. A., .
C.m-2w P. O. Box 142, Honolulu.
Purchasers of FIFTY TRIM
Will bo Presented with a
Card of Silk Worm Eggs
FOR KALE BY
I-ievvTls J. Levey,
IXII-lvv Corner Fort it Queen sts.
TO PLANT LOVERS !
rplIE L'N'DLRfelONEl) DKSIRF.B TO
JL notifv the public that he is nropaied
to Propagate any kind of 'free, Fshrnb or
jltiwxill " Wl tlll'l IJIU It" Ol
Uinftuig, Budding, Ringing, or
thodM. No liavnients will bo le-
on ui ny
inner niotiioiiN. .no i
ipiiied until they uro well rooted, vvhieli
vslll take Iioiu sl. weeks to hi. months, ac
coiding to ItH genu. Now is tho time for
ladies to make piusuuts whether exotics or
natives, to her blonds. I will also iindei
tako to eradicate all in -eels that picy upon
or Hiick the Nip fitnii trees and other vege
tables, which can hoovpullcd from oO to 00
houis; nocuio no pay,
4X3T- The Colleo and Orange faiuily a
ira-lin IIui.i.i.iin Ollleo.
"THE CHINESE TIMES,"
AM ON, FOR.MHRLY REPORTER
lj and Collector of "'Phis ( 'liino.-o
Times," luih ic-Igned, of which all porMiiiH
having biislne with that paper will
plcao lako until u. Lee Chu is fioin thin
date the nulhoiieil Colleetoi to traniut
all the hiisluesH of the s.iht paper. The
ollluiof the Times has been removed to !i7
Honolulu, .Maich -', I Ml), llll-lvv
1 AWN MOWKIth TO LET BY THIS
lj day, vmciI; or month' llepalilng,
I'leiinliigiiud bhnrpoiilng done: Dupllentu
1'h i'n furnished u hen iiuiiilied. Mnchlnen
I'.illcd for mid ruturiied, Also, HepaliJug
tlnrdeu llo.e -In fact, can do an.v thing
ui'i'itmuiy around thu Iiiiiihi or tdalile,
Ring uii Mutual Telephone 1,VJ.
6Si.tr N, K. UUROKSB.
A TRACT OF LAND, NEAR ;,'!
Ilcretania street, of about igfTO
s Aeies, favorably loctted for -SgJ4
division into Building Lots: "Y,W''
Hawaiian Hardware Co.. L'fl
Saturday, March .j, 1893.
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 lanrl here will be made
ready for planting whatever
the new arrivals think will pay
the best. If they 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 lrom 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. The 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 the 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 thirty
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 ad vantage
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 cattle or
want to keep them off your
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Hpriiulkolb1 Jllouk,
3fmPfiSn&ji !"Ji5l i-w?
V. J.--' 'jW s 1
Tho undersigned having been appointed
Solo Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
' KOlt THE I'EI.KIIIUTKtl
FROM THE WORKS OF
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Aro now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Oiders for theso Engines,
of any size and stylo.
The Bt'dv. Jocomolivo Works -
ARE NOW MANUFACTURING A.
STYLE OK LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted lor Plantation Purposes
A number of which liavo recently been
received nt these iHlands, and wo will havo
pleasure in furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
oV'cr all other makes is known not only
here but is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
f 0 Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
THAT VERY DESI li
able Residence at pre
sent occupied by James
Love as a homestead, situ
ate on Kin)? street opposite the residence
of Dr. O. P. Andrews. Honso contains
Lai go Parlor, Dining-room, 3 Large Bed
roomsjIKitelien, etc. Roomy Stables and
Servant's Quarters in rear; onlv 10 min
utes' walk to the Boat Olllee. Possession
given in Jlarch, lb.93.
X and Well-appointed
Two-story lirick lluilding
formerly the residence of tho late H. J.
Hart, situate on Nuuaim Avenue below
School street. Terms easy. 623-tf
NOTE Before seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at onco consult the under
signed at their otllce.
ggyy0 keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms aro moderate and as
landloids we will always bo found reason
able in our dealings.
W- Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
'Cartvvright Bn'Ping," Merchant street.
?o ec or Lease.
A NICELY FURNISH
ed House near town.
Emmiro at Bui.lltin Otlice.
rpWO NI011LY EUR
JL nished Rooms, con
tially located. Inquire at
Bum.ktin Oflice. 353-tf
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Maguzine
stieet, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. O.. etc. CommandH
one of tho finest views in Honolulu!
J. M. VIVAI
rpHE PREMISES LATE
X ly occupied by P. P.
Kauuit on King stieet. It
has a Largo Yard and the
House is very convenient,
A NICE COTTAGE ON
lleretanla street, near
Jiikoi sireei. eoiiiaiiiini! Wn.i
Parlor. 2 Bedrooms. Bath- BallXi
room, Dlningrooiu, Pantry and Kitchen,
nu'vanvs room, uarnago iioiibo, tstauio, ore.
TianicaiH pnss every JU minutes. Apply at
olllee of this paper. 458-tf
TO LET Oil LEASE
rplIE COTTAGE AT NO.
X -jo lv'"K utreet, lately
occupied by Mr. M. K, 1-ovy,
containing!! Bedrooms, Par-'
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen ami Bathroom;
btnhlu in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For pin tleuhirn and terms, apply to
Ulll-tf at K.O.IInll.t bins'.
A LL ACCOUNTS OWlNti THE FAHII
XV. Ion htahlcs Co., (L'd), of oyer three
nioutliM1 standing. If not paid by thu Hint
of Maiuli, ihiil, will he placed in the hands
of a collector.
J. J. HULLIVAN,
Priii-blent Fashion KtublcH Co., (L'd),
fli i1! otSt
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