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K' BY AUTHORITY.
Wgijly BALE OF
Qovornmont Lands in Kuaia and
Knhoahuna, N. Hilo, Hawaii.
Om THURBDAY, March 30, 1893, nt 12
o'clock noon, nt tho front entrance, of A1H
olanl Hnlc, will bo sold nt Public Auction
Fonr (4) Sections of Lund In Kuuiaand
Knhoahuna, N. Iltlo, Hawaii, as follows:
Section 1 Containing an area of 30.2
Acres. Upsot prico $11X1.
Section 2 Containing an area of 37.7
AcrcB. Upset prico $18!.
Section 3 Containing nn area of 10.43
Acros. Upset prlcor $20.!.
Section 4 Containing an area of D.03
Acres. Upsot prico $45.
It is conditioned that the purchaser of
tho abovo Lots shall pay tho eot of survey
and plotting of sumo. Full Information In
this regard can bo obtained upon applica
tion to tho Land Ofllce, Interior Deport
ment. J. A. KING,
Ministcr'of tho Interior.
Interior Ofllco, Feb. 22, 18!).).
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
THE DIBBANDED FIREMEN.
Mooting of tho
for Sottlomont of
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-regis-terod
prior to July 1, 1893, or they will be
forfoited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu shall bo made nt
the Interior Olllcu.
On the othci Island it shall bo done at
tho Ofllc s of tho several Sheriffs.
G. K. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior.
Invenor Otllee, Dec. 2, 180-. 5M)-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Rates, aro hereby notified
that tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from (J to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 4 to (3 o'clock p. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 5, 1BU3.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin Office.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1893.
Messrs. Thurston and Castlo haro
evidently abandoned diplomacy, and
taken to tho standard mode of war
fare belonging to their clique here
throwing dirt. Was it on account of
the corruptions of tho court about
which ho is so eloquent at Washing
ton that Mr. Thurston thought as
he said in his place in tho Hawaiian
Legislature shortly boforo the revo
lution the best way to obtain bet
ter commercial relations with tho
United States was to have tho Queen
go to Washington and visit tho
World's Fair in person? Mr. Castle
makes even a worse hypocritical ex
hibition of himself. His face never
shone with a holier glow at religious
or benevolent meetings in Honolulu,
than when those occasions had tho
benefit and the prestige of the pre
sence of the Queen whom ho now so
An ndjournod mooting of tho
Board of Representatives 6t tho
Volunteor Fire Department was hold
last evening in tho hall of tho Firo
Polico company. Julius Asch, ox
chiof engineer, presided, and thoro
wore 17 other mombors present, tho
only absentees boing J. D. McVeigh,
who was on duty at tho quarantine
station; Carl Widomann, who was
assisting in tho rocoption to Stans
bury, tho champion oarsman, and D.
Kawananakoa, now in foreign parts.
Tho minutes of tho stated moot
ing of February t)th and of tho Rpo
cial meeting of February 128th wore
read and approved.
A bill of tho Bulletin Publishing
Company for advertising was road
and recommended to bo paid by tho
board Fire Uommissionors of tuo
J. H. Bo3-d, on behalf of commit
tee to whom was referred tho by
laws of tho Firo Polico company for
examination and to roport thereon,
not having any roport to make, it
was voted that tho committee bo
Tho proposed addition to tho b'
laws of tho department introduced
February 9lh was adopted, tho mo
tion to indefinitely postpone the
same (presumably on account of tho
disbandmont) boing put and lost,
lu regard to said addition of tho
by-laws, a motion was mado to have
tho same printed and distributed to
each company, which failed.
Claims for refreshments aggregat
ing tho sum of $52.75, incurred dur
ing the period of martial law, woro
road and referred to tho secretary
with instructions to submit and re
commend tho same for payment by
tho Firo Board, tho Board of Repre
sentatives assuming the payment of
claims of a similar nature aggregat
ing the sum of 55.
A bill of $25 for medical attend
ance on George K. Norton was re
jected on tho ground that a similar
claim was presented to tho assignee
in bankruptcy of said Norton.
Tho sum of $(53.50 was voted to
wards tho funeral oxponsos of the
late W. E. Horrick, late member of
Hook & Ladder Company, and tho
sum of fifty dollars (a second install
ment) was vo'ted for the relief of tho
family of tho deceased.
The motion to continue the sick
fund of tho department having fail
ed, it was voted that tho same ($3500
being the amount) be distributed
share and share alike among the dif
ferent companies. Each foreman
and the treasurer of the fund woro
appointed a committeo to apportion
tho securities which aro all in secur
Meeting thou adjourned until
Thursdaj' tho 16th instant at tho
usual hour in the same place.
Francisco, Mar, S,
The attempt to railroad tho treaty
of annexation through the Senate
before the close of President Harri
son's administration has failed. It
is a very poor treaty oven iu the
view of redhot annexationists here,
and the probability is that it will
never pass in its present form. Tho
postponement is not on account of
Mr. Harrison's modesty of responsi
bility in the closing hours of his
government. Neither is it due to
the factious desire of the Democrats
to havo the glory of passing the
treaty under their own rule. The
treaty is deferred from consideration
because the solid public opinion of
tho United States has been run up
against, and it has checked the fev
erish boom that the sudden appear
ance of tho Commissioners on the
Coast, with, as they thought, tho
archipelago in their pockets, created
for adding tho jewels to the coronet
of the Goddess of Liberty. Presi
dent Cleveland represents not only
tho people of tho United States, but
especially its cautious and conserva
tive elements that will not bo hur
ried into unlightod courses. In
formation has boon received by to
day's mail that in his inaugural
message President Cleveland will
recommend tho postponement of
action on the treaty until a
commission from Congress shall
havo investigated tho whole ques
tion on Hawaiian ground. Mr.
Thurston, it is learned, has writton
that tho treaty would bo passed
within two weeks that is, by tho
executive session of the Senate call
ed to confirm the appointments of
tho now President. Tho wish is
doubtless father to tho thought, as
Mr. Thurston probably know as
little of what tho Senate would do,
even if it camo to a vote, as tho
readers in Honolulu of the press re
ports from Washington.
THE AaUATIC CHAMPION.
Gives an Exhibition, in the Harbor
Entertained by tho Clubs.
James Stansbury, champion single
sculler of the world, arrived by the
S. S. Alameda yesterday on his way
to the World's Fair, Chicago. Tho
champion was mot by a delegation
from the Myrtlo and Hoalani boat
clubs, who requested him to be their
guest and give an exhibition iu tho
harbor. Stansbury readity complied
and decided to give an exhibition
for one club and be entertained in
the ovening by the other.
One of his shells was launched
from tho Oceanic dock at 4 o'clock
in the aftoruoon, when the champion
immediately spurted out into clear
water. His sculling was superb, his
lone reach enabling him to cover
considerable space at a pull. The
movement of his arms woro liko
clockwork. The wharves were
crowded with people eager to catch
a glimpse of the champion from tho
laud of sport.
A six-oared shell manned by tho
senior crew'of tho Myrtles gave tho
champion a good pull around the
can buoy and return. A close scruti
ny of tho Australian showed that ho
was not in trim, as lie carried too
much ilesh. Tho muscles on his
arms and tho calves of his logs, how
ever, showed out boldly, denoting
groat strength and endurance. Af
ter an exhibition of about half an
hour Staushury was invited to the
Myrtlo boat house, when ho was
shown over tho building. Ho ex
pressed surprise at the beautiful fin
ish and decorations of the hall aud
its comfortable appearance. There
were larger sheds in Australia, but
they were nowhere near as good as
the Myrtle's club house.
Stausbury gavo the Myrtle boys
praiso for their stroke and stated
that on his way back he intended to
make a stay hero of several weeks,
Tho Myrtles informed him that if
he did so, they would expect him to
give them a few lessous. Tho cham
pion said ho was not much of a
teacher, but he would bo pleased to
accommodate them. When askeu u
tho harbor wasn't too rough, Stans
bury said that it was calm. On tho
Paramatta River, Syduoy, it is al
waj's rough, aud many a time had
his sholl been filled with water. Tho
sculler, boforo returning to his boat,
stated that ho had not boon pulling
iu his shell for nine months. Ah ho
was leaving tho boathonsu tho "boys
iu red" gavo tho champion throo
In the evening Stansbury was en
tertained at dinner by tho Healaui
John W. Mnekay, tho bonanza
millionaire, was shot in tho back by
a crank uainod W. O. Rippey, near
Hirschman's jowolry storo, San
Francisco, at noon of Friday, Fob.
21. Rippey then fired a shot into
his own body, and was following
Mnekay up to shoot him again, but
bocamo too weak to pull tho pistol
triggor. Mackay's injury was not
considorod dangerous except from
tho possibility of blood poisoning.
Tho bullet was oxtractod. Rippey
was the worse nun, but niigiii ro
covor. Tho groat battlo-ship Indiana was
launched at Cramp's shipyard,
Philadelphia, Feb. 28, in tho pro
sonco of thousands of peoplo, includ
inir President Harrison, mombors of
tho Cabinot, Congressmen and othor
from Washington. Sno is tno most
formidable of all tho vessels built or
building for the now American navy.
Hor cost will bo $3,000,000 and sho
will bo ready for sorvico in a year.
Anxiety is folt in Now York for
tho steamer Naronic 20 days out from
Liverpool for Now York.
Tho woman's suffrage bill in Kau
sas has gone to tho Governor for
Ex-Governor Gray,of Iudiana will
bo Mnnslor to Mexico.
. Rufus Hatch, tho noted Wall
street speculator, died in Now York
Chief Justice Horton, of tho Kan
sas Supremo Court, decided, in a
habeas corpus case, in favor of tho
legality of tho Republican House.
Justice Johnson, Republican, con
curred, and Justice Allen, Populist,
dissented. Tho Populist majority
in tho Senate passed a resolution
declaring that tho Supremo Court
had no jurisdiction, as tho House
under tho Constitution judges the
qualifications of its own members.
In a riot against tho imposition of
new market rates in Szoboszlo, Hun
gary, turoo rioters woro Killed, in
cluding ono woman.
More than 5000 persons attended
an Orange meoting against homo
rule at Belfast March 1. Violent
speeches and threats of revolt against
the measure if passed woro mado.
Robert Louis Stevenson thinks an
nexation by some groat power the
only thing that will correct the un
satisfactory condition of affairs in
Tho Federal troops aro gaining
victories ovor tho rebels of Rio
Grande do Sul, Brazil. Recruits aro
being hurried from all parts of the
province to both armies. Atrocious
cruelties aro reported on the part of
General Isodoro, one of the Govern
ment officers, who kills women and
children as a sort of pastime.
Honduras is again in a state of
revolution. The first overt 'act was
directed by General Bonilla, who
was recently pardoned for his part
iu tho previous revolution.
A Valparaiso despatch reports an
other revolution in Corriontes.
Commerce in Valparaiso is para
lyzed, it is said, by speculation.
A 'labor riot has broken out in
Costa Rica against tho dictatorship
of President Rodriquoz.
Colon has established a quaran
tine against Marseilles, Franco, on
account of reported cholera thoro.
.News from ban balvauor indicates
a serious clash between tho authori
ties of church and state.
There is a gentle
DyspopBla. man at Maldcn-on-
tuc-Hudsou, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
has written us a letter iu which it
is evideut that he has made up his
miiad concerning some things, and
tuts is what lie says:
"I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly iu my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
and I think you had
better get another bottle. ' I am also
, troubled with IndigestiBiiTand when
ever I am, I take one or "two tea-
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and all trouble is removed." 9
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'i
The Nippon Yuson Knlslia's Al Steamer
Wilt bo duo at this port on or about tho
:8tb inst. and will loave for
On THURSDAY, March 16th,
AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M.
For information rccanliiiL' Vroiuht
and i'nssagc, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
General Agont Nippon Yuson Kaisha.
BY VUtTUE OP TWO WHITS OF KX
00111108 Issued out of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit, on the .'Hit day
of January, A. 1). 18iKl, against Capt. Wm.
Davies, defendant, in favor of K. G. Schu
mann and It. J. Grceno, plaintiim, for tho
sums of $0935 and $15!).i2 respectively, I
have levied upon and shall eposo for "ale
at tho Polico Station, In the District of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of
SATURDAY, tho 8th day of April, A. I).
1803, to tho highest bidder, all the right,
title and interest of the said Wm. Davies,
defendant, in and to tho following pio
perty, unless said judgment, interest, costs
nnu my expenses ou jueviuusiy jiuiu.
List of propei ty for sale:
Two House Lots situated in 1'unahou,
Honolulu, on Bingham and Metcalf streets.
Tho first having an aiea of .75 of an acre,
more particularly described in deed of Paty
to Graham, recorded in Liber 7i, page :S14.
Also, Lot containing 30.1XK1 square feet,
and described in deed of Dillingham to
Graham recorded in Liber 85, page 420,
both being portions of the Pasture Lot bo
longing to the Oahu College and duly con
veyed to said Wm. Davies by deed of W.
H. Cornwell dated Aug. fl, 1889, iccorded
in Liber 118, page 400, together with the
buildings and appurtenances thcieon.
Said property being subject to a mortgage,
however, of $3500, to the estate of T. II.
Hobron, and to a seeond mortgage of $s00
to W. H. Castle, dated July 22, 1892, and
recorded in Liber 138, page 171.
Also 15 Shares of the Pioneer Building
and Loan Association Company, said
Shares being represented by certificate
No. 489 for 5 Shares, and by certificate No.
284 for 40 Shares. Said Slrares of stock,
howeyer, being subject together with tho
aforementioned Ileal Kstato to the said
mortL'aL'u to W. It. Castle.
. W. G. ASHLEY,
Honolulu, Starch 10, 1893.
Root "Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Nativo Fans and Curios in great
variety at tho "Elite co Cream Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telophone 682.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
stroot. Lodging by day, week or
month 25o. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Prof. ?. Lombard, A. B., will con
tin no giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latiu. Residence, Alokea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
TO TAKE PLACE AT THE
Beretania Street Armory
Hill Heads, tetter Jfead, eta,, printed
at th Bulletin Office,
Three days is a very short time in
which to cure a bad case of rheu
matism; but it can be done, if the
proper treatmont is adopted, as will
bo eeon by tho following from James
Lambert, of Now Brunswick, Ills:
"I was badly alllicted with rheuma
tism in the hips and legs, when I
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. Jt cured mo iu three
days. 1 am all riplit to-day: and
would iiihist on every one who is
auiiotod with that terrible dihoa.so to
use Chamberlain's Pain Balm aud get
well at once." 50 cent bottles for
ualo by all dealurs. Boiihon. Smith
& Co., agents for the Hawaiian Clauds.
Persons who aro subject to attacks
of bilious colic can almost invariably
toll by thoir feelings, when to expect
an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic,
unoiora and Uiamuwa itomouy is
taken as soon as these symptoms ap
pear, thoy can ward oil' tho disease.
Such persons should always keep
tho Remedy at hand, ready for im
mediate uso whon needed. Two or
throe doses of it at tho right time
will savo thoin much Buffering. For
sale by all dealors. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. Subscribe for the Daily Bulletin, 60
Milts per month.
AND CONTINUING ABOUT ONE WEEK.
CARD OF THANKS.
MHB. 0. N. SPENCI2K DIISIHKS TO
thank nil the kind Iricnils who at
tended on her Into husband, In his last
short Illness, and to thosu who assisted iu
tho funeral arrangements prior to hor ro
turn from .Muni. U70.lt
A LL PE11HON HAVING
iV. against Kugliiu Co. No.
1 are ru.
micstou to tjiilld in llieir Ullis on or nuioru
March IH, 1MU. uddn-HBt'd
U70-3t IJNUINK CO. HU. 1,
Teams desiring to enter, are re
quested to lo no with lilt, v. J. M I'AIt
THY, at No. as Merchant street.
Entries will close nt 12 o'clock
FltlDAY, March 17th.
tF A Platform will bo completed mid
open foi practice at tho Armoiy about
Muieh 15lli. (K.9-!)t
Oliia (I Koa
At $8 Per Cord-CASH
executed at tins
neatly and promptly
Saturday, March 4, 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 land 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
ol 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 irom persons
who are using them. Mr. H,
Lidgate, manager of Hamakua
Plantation, says regarding it:
"We are so well pleased with
your 14 men isreaker 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 necesbity 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 ot 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. It you
want water buy an Aermotor,
damp weather won't last for
ever. 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 sjiips, 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
sav 4000 souls and each one
of them will average two
pounds of meat per day, that's
8600 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 cattle or
want to keep them off your
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Hpreuliula' Jllock,
will tell you
20 lbs. W
ECSs55 You aro rcspoct
Your doctor fl,11y requested to call at
Our Storo and get a Fukk
Sample of tho
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best authorities on baby life, free to every
mother who sends her address
Pure Milk Food!
And requires only the addi
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Large Packages 50 Cts
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THOMAS LEBMINd & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
Fort Street, - - - Honolialvi, H.
Ooriiei Fort &s Hotel Streets.
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15X "AUSTRALIA" AND "C. D. BUY ANT" 1 HAVK RECEIVED
117 Cases of New (Ms
sire now oncncil out
which is invited.
and an inspection
-FOR THIS "WIEIEIK:-
A IlainKomf Lino of New I)ei;ni ill
FANCY SATEENS, SHADED SILK EFFECTS
The Lali'ot Cloth in
WASH MATERIAL (OHALLY EFFECTS
S . 33 ZE3Z JriL Ii X C2 !E3!
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
Honolulu, H. I.
Pacific Hardware Co, L'd
Cummins' Block, Fort Street.
Leather Belting & Lace Leather
OF VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY. AN INVOICE OF
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS"
TO. COMPLETE OUR LINE OF SIZES.
Sand. Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
Griant Nail Pullera, Ij&riat Swivels,
Turner's Snips and Shears,
.Awls and Tools, Orarden Trowels,
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
IB. IB1. BHLEKS &CO.
S3 IOIT STR-BJEJT.
AFTKR TAKING STOCK ALL KINDS OF
Curtains iu White, Cream aud Colored I
At half tlio former cuit.
"Vrvt & Sm-yma Rugs
In nil (tlCK (jrcutly reduced,
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
Ctf III f.ift wu oiler IniiiiiiiiHc lliirnlii- in nil iiiurtuicntH, -q&l
C2T Dressmaking Undor the Management of MISS K. GLARE. J&3
Daily Bulletin, 50c. per month