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ma y BY AUTHORITY.
We, LIL1UOKALAN1, by tlie Oruro
of God, of the Hawaiian Islands,
Thai iu accordance with the terms
of Articles 28 unil -lfi of the Constitu
tion, it. is Our IMcitBurc Hint the Legis
lature of Our Kingdom do assemble
in Regular Session at the Legislative
Hull, Aliiolnni Hale, at Our Capital
Oity of Honolulu, for the iluspatuli of
Public business ut 12 o'clock noon on
SATURDAY, the Twenty-eighth day
of May, A. D., 1892.
Given under Our Itoyul Sign Manual
at Our Palace of Iolani, in the
Oity of Honolulu, this 11th day
of April, A. D. 1892, and the
Second Year of Our lie'gn.
Hy I he Ijueen:
, O. N. Si'KNCKIl,
Minister of the Interior.
:i9:i :u-ig ot
Tendei's for Purchase of Ha
Notice is hereby given that, muter
authority of Chapter .'IS, KesMon Laws
of 1888, "An Act io give greater secti
lity lo Depositors in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank," the Postmaster
General offers for sale .$50,000 of Cou
pon Ponds of the Hawaiian Govern
ment, buch bonds to be issued in the
denomination of One Thousand Dol
lars each, redeemable in not less than
five years nor more than twenty
years, with interest at six percent per
annum, payable semi annually, prin
cipal and interest payable in U. S.
gold coin, the bonds to express on
their face that they arc issued as
security for the Postal Savings Bank
Tenders for the purchase of the
whole or any part of said bonds will
be received at the office of the Regis
trar of Public Accounts, Finance De
paitment, up to 12 o'clock noon on
Tuesday, 2Cth day of April, 1892.
The Postmaster General doeB not
bind himself to accept any tender, or
tliu whole of any tender.
Dated April 11, 1892.
11. A. Widkmann,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign A Hairs.
C. N. SrKNTKK,
Minister of Interior.
W. Austin Whiting,
'1' n u
t'ltJprd to nfithrr Sect nor Party,
Hut eitabliihcd for the benefit of all,
TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1892.
TION. Ka Leo refers to the death of a
Japanese laborer on Kauai, from, it
is alleged, being kicked by a I una
while at work in the field. Against
that paper's comments on the brut
ality of such an occurrence nothing
can be said by anyone with a spark
of human sympathy in his nature.
Rut when Ka Leo misrepresents the
attitude of the authorities in the mat
ter, hriuging them and the country
into dire disgrace, a protest is in
order. That paper says: "Recause
he was only a poor Japanese, it ap
peurs no inquiry, iio coroner's in
quest was held, over the cause that
led to his death ; so says our cor
respondent from patriarchal Kauai.
The Sheriff look no notice of the
affair; the poor fellow was buried
and' that was all there was about it."
This would be a terrible indictment
of the authorities if it could be en
dorsed "a true hill." Hut it cannot.
The fact is a strict and thorough in.
vesligation into the matter was made
on the spot in the presence of the
Japanese Consul, Mr. Masuki. In
stead of that being "ull there was
about it," the accused I una was com
mitted for trial for his alleged crime
ut the next term of the Circuit Cort
ol Kauai. What more could be dono '
under bunging the lima first and try
iug him afterward perhaps Ka Leo '
can explain, 1
Important Ilcrlnlnn In tlip !iim of
A decision was filed by .lustlce
Dole sitting at Chambers to-day, in
the ense of Ah Hong, charged with
violating the statute relating to Chi
nese coming into the country without
lawful permit, an appeal from the de
cision of the lower Court. The de
fendant was one of the Chinese pas
sengers who arrived at Honolulu on
the S. S. Heigh- in March. Upon
leaving the Hclglu to come ashore he
showed a permit, but being tiiinrun
tined on shore for a period this was
not olllcially inspected until the quar
antine was over, lie then presented
a permit whtcli was not one personal
to himself, consequently his an est.
The defense is on the facts and al
so that the law is unconstitutional by
reason of its being an enactment
against a class of persons within the
jurisdiction of Hawaiian law.
The defendant stated during inspec
tion of his permit by Customs olll
cers that he procured the permit in
China, it being given to him by some
person. This the Judge held was
"conclusive evidence of an attempt
to land in the Kingdom without a
The defense claimed that the
statute making it an offense for Chi
nese arriving in Hawaiian waters to
land is class legislation and therefore
unconstitutional, being aimed against
a class of persons.
The Judge held the point a strong
one and the carelessness with which
the law has been drafted lent it addi
tional force, but the question was
whether it was applicable to Ah
Hong. His Honor did not think the
prisoner, according to the evidence,
was iu a position to question the un
constitutionality of the law. The
Government had without doubt the
right to provent the immigration of
any persons whose governments are
not in treaty with Hawaii, which is
the case with China, and moreover,
the authority to punish any such
violation. In the piisoner's case
class legislation in the immigration
statute cannot be applied.
The judgment appealed from was
Deputy Attorney-General Creigh
ton for the Crown ; W. It. Castle and
A. S. Hartwell for defendant.
I'll meet vou at the Brunswick.
C. J. McCarthy has lotb on Liliha
ntreet for sale. ti-lf
Tiik Brunswick me ibeonly Billiaid
Parlors in town. (i-ti
Aitkk shaving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith it Cu., Agents.
Suniiuiin relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonit:. iion.-on, Smith V Co.,
N. S. Sachs has a change of adver
tisement which bbould be lead by all
in to-day's issue.
Suni'itisu your little ones with an
Easter-Egg. They have some little
beauties at the Flite Ice Cieam Par
F. Horn, of the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Bakery, will have
leady delicious hot eio-s buns on Fri
Dklicious coffee and chocolate will
he served every morning eaily at the
I'alacu Ice Cicani Pallors, Ludwigscii,
A. Cion, Hotel street. 1-tt
Gkt your noots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wailuku
shoemnkei, L. Toknnik.h, on Eu-t
Hotel stieet. Fiist-class work, low
Siiamtooing and heail-wabhiugdonu
for ladies at their residence by Miss
Wolf, who can be found at 7Ii Rero
tania btreet, or by Mutual Telephone
ti9G, before 8 a. in. or after fi :IiO p. m.
SAME NAME SAME NATURE.
George Crook was sentenced to
thirty days' imprisonment at hard
labor this morning in the Police
Court for larceny of a pair of pants
valued at 815. A policeman met
Crook on Saturday night examining
the article by electric light and being
suspicious took him in charge. The
next day Ah Fat, a storekeeper,
missed a pair of pants from his store
and reported at the Police Station.
Ah Fat was surprised at being shown
the missing article. Before the
Court the prisoner said that under
the influence of liquor he had lost his
reason, and could not possibly tell
whether he paid for the pants or not.
STAPLE GOODS AT AUCTION.
Don't forget to attend the snle of
merchandise, liquors and cigars at
Morgan's auction room to-morrow at
10 o'clock a. m. Among the list of
groceries are French peas, Morton's
and Crosse & HlackweH's pickles
and jams, German sausages, table
and pie fruits, vinegar, soaps, etc.
The assortment of beers and
liquors is large unci varied. A lino
line of garden and Vienna furniture
will be sold, and a very fine assort
ment of best quality of Manila
cigars in boxes of 2fl, 50, 100 and
fiOO each. Also a few brands of fine
Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism there
as follows: "The wife of Mr. Win,
I'ruitt, the Postmaster here, had been
hud-ridden with ihuttuialiHiii for sev
eral yearn. She could get nothing
to do hur any good, Wc sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm
and she was completely cured by it!)
use. We refer any one to hur to
verify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for sale hy all dealers, Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents,
OliftrquieH if I 111' l.utn .liulire llo
VuMy. The funeral services of the late
Associate Justice Lawretieu McCully
took place yesterday afternoon from
Central Union Chin eh. The body
was brought from the late Judge's
residence at' Pun tin, and at 2:30
o'clock the casket, preceded by the
Rev. Drs. Hyde and Beckwilh, was
brought into the church. Stationed
outside were the Household Guards,
under command of Captain Samuel
Nowleiu, and a detachment of ma
rines from the U. S. F. S San Fran
cisco. Prominent among those seated
iu the church were Their Excellencies
Gov. Cleghorii, S. Pinker, Minister
of Foreign Affairs, II, A. Widcniann,
Minister of Finance, C. N Silencer,
Minister of the Interior, Deputy Attorney-General
Creighton, Cltiel Jus
tice and Mrs. A. F. Judd, Associate
Justice and Mrs. R. V. Hickerton,
Associate Justicu S. 1$. Dole, Major
Jas. W. Robertson, Her Majesty's
Chamberlain, His Excellency J. L.
Stevens, U. S. Minister Plenipoten
tiary, Major J. II. Wodehousc, Brit
ish Commissioner, U. S. Consul-General
II. W. Severance, C. Alee, Chi
nese Commercial Agent, Hon. J. S.
Walker, President of the Legislature,
lions. C. 11. Bishop, W. F. Allen, P.
Isenberg, Captain Sampson and olll
cers of the U. S. F. S. San Francis
co, Drs. Andrews and Day, Prof. W.
D. Alexander, W. Follies, J. W.
Jones, Court Stenographer, Henry
Smith, Chief Cletk, und F. Wundcn
berg and G. Lucas, Assistant Clerks
of the Supreme Court, W. Luther
Wilcox, Hawaiian interpreter, J. M.
Vivas, Portuguese interpreter, and
Li Cheung, Chinese interpreter, to
the Court, members of the bar, and
other prominent persons. The widow
was escorted to and from the church
by Chief Justice Judd.
The choir of Central Union Chinch
rendered in a solemn tone the hymn,
"Thy will be done," to an accom
paniment on the organ by Miss
Louise F. Dale. The lesson from the
Bible was read by the pastor, Dr.
Beckwith. Dr. C. M. Hyde eulo
gized the memory of the late Judge
and his worth as a Christian. He
spoke of his love of justice and
truthfulness After the sermon Dr.
Beckwith offered up prayer, another
hymn was bung, Mrs. A. F. Judd be
ing soloist, and the body was again
carried to the hearse while solemn
dirges weie being played. The
beautiful casket was carried by eight
stalwart olllcers. While the body
was being carried down the steps the
Royal Hawaiian bund stationed out
side struck up a dead match.
The funeral cortege started at ex
actly .'1:30 o'clock, C. E. Williams,
undertaker, heading the procession.
Following him was the police corps
uumbeiing 10, under Captain Tioheit
Parker, then Marshal Clias. B. Wil
,011, and Deputy Marshal J. A.
.Mehrten, and Court Prosecutor
Gardner K. Wilder. The Royal Ha
waiian band came next followed by
a detachment of 2-1 marines lrom the
U. S. F. S. San Francisco. The
Household Guards over 50 strong
made u line military display. They
were under command ol Captain S.
Nowlein. lev. Drs. Beckwith and
Hyde in a carnage preceded the.
hearse, which was drawn by a fine
pair ol dark horses. The pall bearcra
were: His Excellency II. A. Wide
inaiin, lions. W. D. Alexander and
W. O. Smith; Messrs. Henry Smith,
Jona. Austin, F. M. Hatch", W. 1!.
Castle and S. K. Kane.
I Following the hearse wa the
I widow of the late Judge in the family
I carriage. There weie torty-Mx. ear
j, riages in the procession. The intcr
j ment was in the Nuiianu Cemetery,
j where the hymn "Abide With Me',"
j was suiig by the choir, and a prayer
I by the pastor closed the impressive
obsequies. The lloral tributes were
The Marshal of the day was Col.
C. P. luukea, and his assistants Cols.
Juo. Richardson and Jno. D. Holt.
MALIGNERS OF THE DEAD.
Eiiitok Bm.i.LTiN :
The Kalakttua Monument Associa
tion should be grateful to the P. C.
A. for its article in this morning's
issue. Also, for the letter signed
"In Mcmoriam," which beats on its
face the love of fair play and han
dles the reverend editor of the Friend
with a remorseless irony. While the
Association possesses two such advo
cates as the Friend and Advertiser,
it should bestir itself, and lake ad
vantage of their rancorous venom to
collect from the merchants of this
community funds for their purpose.
For our merchants are men and as
such certainly possess n sense of what
is fitting und fair.
Sic vos non voius.
AT a meeting of tlie Scottish Thistle
Club held last evening a vote of
tliauka win, unanimously passed to the
ICawalaliao Church I'ouuuittee for the
iibu of the Clinicli; to the lie v. A. .Mack
intosh ami Mr. I.llitfoot who mi kindly
ami ably lectured, to the Hawaiian t'a
uiera Club and Mc&si'e. C, W. Ashfoid
and O. Iledctiiumi, for the use and ope
rating of tlio lantern, ami to all muinbnrs
of the Club, especially Mr. W. V. Wll
Min who contributed to the Micccii of
the late Optical I.aiiteiu Exhibition.
A HI'JUXGFIKM) ao-Llght (Jas Ma
1 chiue in complete wot king order
and guaranteed. Will be tohl upon
favorable tei m to the piirchafior, Ali-o
a few Handsome Fixtures. Apply to
JOHN PHI M.U'iS,
1190 tf King street.
ART Of j ASSES.
Mlt.R. C. UARNFIKLD holds ciisse
hi Drawing and Painting ut his
studio, Hotel stieet, buck of Drs. Aiuler
sou tfc Lundy, 3H tf
Pcrhnp you do not believe these
stateinen ; concerning Green's Au
gust FIov cr. Well, wc can't make
yon. W can't force conviction in-
j to your head or ined
Doubtin icine into your
throat. Wc don't
Thomas want to. The money
is yours, and the
misery is yours; and until you are
willing lo elieve, and s;iend the one
for the relif of the other, they will
stay so. John II. Foster, 1122
Brown Stect, Philadelphia, says;
" My wife is a little Scotch woman,
thirty yoariofligeandofa naturally
delicate disposition. For five or six
years pastille has been suffering
j from Dyspepsia. She
Vomit 1 became so had at last
I that she could not sit
Every Mbal. down to a meal but
I she had to vomit it
as soon nA she had eaten jt. Two
bottles of your August Flower have
cured her, after many doctors failed.
She can now eat anything, and enjoy
it; and as for Dyspepsia, she does not
leuow that sle ever hud it."
a' 11 is
Pacific In forte Cb.
Having nciiiihvtl the prupeit) of the
P11I011 I rot Woiks On. offer for
sale tt'redueeil rates
Hardware & Merchandise I
Bar Iron and Steel,
I .urge assortment;
(ia Pipe A; rilling'.. Brass Valves.
IJIolie, Angle & Check. Iron A. Steel
dates, large assortment;
.l -V O 1 1 I ' 10 iHH'V s ,
lll'ink Xuts. hexagon and .-quart",
hot and cold pie.wd; Holler Tubi'H,
Holler Kivols, lira-s Hod & Hra
Pipes, Etc., Eto.
Also, nil Surplus Stuck cl Machinery.
Small C isttngs, Jobbings & Rep iir Work
Attended to with despatch.
tiST For term- apply at olllee Queen
struct, or P. O. Hox;J80; Mutual Tel. -187
Ml v Vaiifi Iron Work. Co
I'TiOM 5 A. M. TO t, P. M.
On GooA Friday, Aorll 1 5111,
PI ON IS Kit STEAM
Factory iu Bakery,
F. HORN. Proprietor.
AI'HIL lf, 1!)2.
JSSJr- Quality Well-known V -fiitt
IN THE MclNERIW BUILDING,
Is open now and offcro an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods,
We nmko a specialty of
Stamping Putlerns and are now
ready to take orders in that line.
A brand new stock of Silk Km-
liroKlenei, Art Linens, lnsselh,
Ftinges, Draperies and other
irliclii. imnrlc tii'j nffiir.ul 1t fliti
Indie.-, ol Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
IMoture Frames made to
order J'rom latest styles of
moulding. Henovat ion of
old pic.liiios u specialty ut
King- Bros , ilotel stroot.
HU 1 y I Ul r b
1 1 fit JL. ElgenQ
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLI ARS,
lis New Distribution Policy is the most liboral ever offered by any Insurance Company.
ttur Fur full particulars applv to
as. 13. notsBj:.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D
NoiiHOiiublo 1 mOOiIh.
DOCK MATS. I MX lit MATS
Rubber, superior quality ; Ictti
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Coeoanul Mats, a desirable assoit
tneiit. Steel Sciaper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. Bar Call anil examine our slock.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Hy order of MksMW. II. UACKKKLD
it CO.. lo i'lose consignments I will Mill
at Pulilie Auction, at my Saleroom,
OnWKDVKSDAY. Apr 1,
AT IO 4'4'MH!K A. !..
The following Invoices:
Havailsiii f ager it Miller'.- Heur,
Tr limit's' Ale, Thorn A- Cameron's Whls
GHAS. FARRE'S CHAMPAGNE.
An invoice of Klne
Manila Clprs k Tobaccos,
Wrapping & Printing Papers,
Saddles, Iron liudxtouils,
CJ K OCJ 10 B-S S IGN.
Caudles, Soap-, Vinegar, Olive Oil,
Cros-e it Klaekwell's PleUes it .lams,
rases Al Table Fruit-.
A l-o an a oilmen! of
Cillery ui Glassware,
Dinner Si'Ik, Tea Sets, Kte., Kte.
mi view Monday anil
,JAS. F. MO KG VN,
lit) -U Auctioneer.
EXECUTORS' SALE OF
Hy older of T. It. I.ueas and John
Lucas, Kxeeulors of the will of Geo.
Ulcus, deceased, 1 will sell al Public
Auction, at the Viemlses, KuKul Lane,
On TIIUKSDAV, April L4,
AT IU O'CLOCK A .11 .
The Entire Household Furniture
Ebony Upholstered Parlor Set
Kasy Chains Rockers,
Large Center Rugs, Vases,
;! anil 1-linlit Chaudelieis,
M. T. Ccn I r Tables, WhatuotR,
Luce Cuiialns and Portieres,
:t ISliit'Jc AVnliiul
M, T. Bedroom Sets,
1 Mahogany Secietary. Card Table,
(took Cum:sv Hooks,
1 Household Sewing Machine,
li. W. Kxleuslon Dining Table,
1). H. Clmh,
I RflclMeal & Urban Safe,
Kitchen Htovo & Utensils,
Kte., Klo Kte, Etc.
JAS. F. fllOKGAN,
Auction Sites by Lewis J. Levey.
Notice ib hereby given that in accord-
ance with the law hi such cuso made and
nroviilcd, 1 will cause lo he sold the
,,,.,, ",u '" '"""' "
I 1 lllni.L Will i. ill Iti.ilwwiiii Hi. I 1 Ifnll
I Matting, I Wilcox & Gibli'i Sewnfg
Machine, Cheft of Drawers, 1 .Spring
Mattrass, 1 Wlru Spiing and 1 Wool
Mnttr.itcw,. Hun IJedMeail, 1 li W
1 abv Crib, a U. . ( ii lis. 1 H. S . ltd.
lable, 1 haiiey Itou id l.iblu. 4 Rugs, 1
Hammock Chair, 1 Hanging Lamp.
aT Said Sale will take place at the
Aiictlnn SalesiooniK of LEWIS .1 LK-
VFY Amulonccr corner of Fort a id
On WEDNESDAY, April 20th,
AT IU U'tll.UmC.N'OON.
) iiib 16t GOO KIM.
104 Fort Street,
Soys' Calico Shirt
Children's Corset Waist for 40cts.
IN ALL SIZES. A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
SWISS" & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL .SHADES AND COLORS.
Antique Lace Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Goods by
Tools & implements.
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OK THE BKSI' QUALITY.
'From 1 Gallon lo SOU Gallons').
SQf We are the only Authorized Agent a for this article, and are
piepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'n. "
Society of the
Liabilities, 4 percent
1 ! New Business Written in
l Assurance in Force-
The Equitable Life Ass
Tlu; J)2d Annual Statement will be issued hereafter; in
the interval the foregoing figures will .show approximately
the chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
B. P. EHLMS & CO.
OO FOBT irX'X13It.lX
After taking Slock e offer supei lor values for less than former pilces In every
OHKNILLE PORTIKRES, FROM $0.50 Ul'WARD,
JjHtlieN' &c 31iillienM GoHitmer
AT ALL STYLES AND PRICKS.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
SOCKS AND SOAIU-B AT COST.
VF Dressmaking under the management of MISS K, CLA11KK.
:i o. box 180.: H
f - -
"Went Ci. Nuutiiiii At Iinu HtrootN.
v&" If you want to save thnu" and money buy your Furniture', eto., at the
I. X. L., corner Niiuaiiii and King streets.
.3?" Iiminfl tltn nlinia tn l.iii V.nt. ttit.1 Cofit.nl -li.i.wl 1?m...t,..A .f nil L'lmla at
1(nvesl ,lccs, the L X. L., corner Kuuunii and King streets. .
j, ltciiroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ico Roses, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lumps,
Rugs uult!ttll8 oheffoniers, etc., sold cheap for cash at tlio I. X. L., corner Nuu-
unu "H1"1?,,?.1,8: ,, , , . , , T , r.i .
" htoamer and Veranda ClitdiH, Sofas, Red Lounges, Raby Cribs, Clot
U8,i,;tH. Sowing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., eold at the low
cash prices at the I. X. L., Now and Secoml-haud Fiirnllure House, corner N
ami and King streets.
S. W. LEDERER,
Store Open Buturduy
OF NEW YORK.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
Waist for 25cts.
Late Arrivals !
. . $ 25,000,000.00
189 J $230, 000, 000. 00
k HI J : mutual tel. yo.:
Evenlus till 9 o'clock, m