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We, LIL1UOKALANI, by the Gnu-o
of God, of the Hawaiian Ulonils,
That in accordance with the terms
of Articles 28 and J 5 of the Constitu
tion, it is Our Pleasure that the Legis
lature of Our Kingdom do assemble
in Regular Session at the Legislative
Hall, Aliiolani Hale, at Our Capital
City of Honolulu, fur the despatch of
Public bubinest. at 12 o'clock noon on
SATURDAY, the Twenty-eighth day
of May, A. D., 1802.
Given under Oui Hoyal Sign Manual
at Our Palace of Ioluni, in ibo
City of Honolulu, this lltli' day
of April, A. 1). IS02, and the
Second Year of Our Rc'gn.
Hy (be Queen :
C. N. Sl'K.STKIt,
Minister of the Inteiior.
39:$ 3t-10 (it
Tenders for Purchase of Ha
waiian Govern niODt
Notice i.s hereby given that, under
authority of Chapter !!S, Session Laws
of 1888, "An Act iii give gi eater fceou
rity to Depositors in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank," the Postmaster
General oilers for sale $00,000 of Cou
pon Bonds of the Hawaiian Govern
ment, such bunds to be issued in the
denomination of One Thousand Dol
lars each, redeemable in not less than
tivo years nor mnie than twenty
years, with interest at six percent per
annum, payable simi-anmially, prin
cipal and interest payable in U. S.
gold coin, the bonds to express on
their face that iiiuy are issued as
security for the Postal Savings Rank
Tenders for (be pmi-hasc of the
whole or any part of said bonds will
be received at the olliee of the Regis
trar of Public Accounts, Finance De
partment, up to 12 o'eli ck noon on
Tuesday, 2(ith day of April, 1S02.
The Postmaster General does not
bind himself to accept any tendei, oi
the whole of any tender.
Dated April 11,1892.
A pproved :
H. A. Widkmann,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foieign A Hairs.
C. N. Sl'K.N'CIIH,
Minister of Interior.
W. AUMIN WlIITINO,
8 i C
WEDNESDAY, APRIL IK, 1802.
Brooklyn, N. Y., papers speak
very highly of a lecture delivered in
that city on the Hawaiian Islands
and the Volcano by Herbert Stanley
Kenton. They specify the views he
threw on the screen as "sublimely
beautiful," etc., and Mr. Ronton is
described a9 a gifted orator. The in
creasing favor with which this- coun
try and its great phenomenon are
being held as subjects for word and
camera portraiture abroad is gratify
ing. It will undoubtedly increase
the tourist crop.
Says the Philadelphia Times ol
March 20: "Some people in Hono
lulu who think they would like to an
nex the Sandwich Islands to the
United States are asking why they
pay their Queen 880,000 a year. Per
haps they favor annexation because
they think they would know why they
paid it to the politicians." Well
put. It would take twice 880,000 to
satisfy with corn, oil and wine the
"Liberal" crowd that periodically
make the old Armory ring with their
plaints on behalf of the ufllicted
The Boston Traveller
the high-handed methods of the cor
poration that has succeeded the old
sugar trust. Referring to the boasted
promise that the change to a corpor
ation would lead to the letting in of
light on its affairs, tho Traveller says:
"The sugar eoiporation to-day is
as much of a hidden tiling us it over
was; its stockholders aro muzzled
and their stock is the veriest football
of Wall street's professional traders
and manipulators. The dividends
paid cannot bo counted upon as an
evidence of. stability, neither dp new
ncqui9ilions assure a greater pros
perity, so fur ns the stockholders arc
concerned. The ninn who buys sugar
stock under these conditions makes a
blind venture, pure and simple. The
stock lias everything of the uncertain
element about it and nothing what
ever of the solid or investment char
acter, and this is so not because of
the condition of the property, but by
reason of the peculiar methods of its
THE DEMOCRATIC SITUATION.
The 1 1 ill boom for the Presidency
lias suddenly collapsed. Its hero
had only just returned from an al
most triumphant tour in the Smith,
when his home backing suddenly I
gave way. The municipal elections
in New York State went strongly
Republican. In Dutchess County,
where the Senatorial election records
stolen and the thief shielded
f i oin punishment by Hill, the defeat
of the Democrats was disastrous.
Probabilities now are that Cleveland
will yet get the nomination. If he
do there is a fair chance for his elec
tion on the platform of tariff reform
and honest coinage. His election
would mean the early doom of the
bounty system. Should Cleveland
not tie nominated, it would mean
that the Democratic party desires to
evade direct issues, and its placing
itself in that position would ensure
its defeat. A virtual confession of
insincerity not to say dishonesty is a
poor card to play in a national elec
tion. ASSAILING THE DEAD.
Anyone would think that common
decency if nothing else would restrain
a public journal from denouncing and
holding up to scorn the memory of
their dead king. But it seems that
the Advertiser not only lacks this,
but is deficient in common sense in
supposing that such a course will
meet with sympathy from any section
of this community, unless indeed it
bo a few cowardly, hypocritical vam
pires such as arc found in ail com
munities, who hide their m dignity
under a species of religious ctit.
Such men have reason to feel grate
ful, in having found a journal such
as the Advertiser, who will not only
air their opinions but protect them
with the halo of editorial dictum.
Such an article as appeared in that
paper of the kHh inst., was a vile,
malignant and uncalled-for eflusion,
upholding the opinion of its contem
porary The Friend as against an able
and scathing rebuke admiuisteted
through its own columns, in a letter
signed "In Memoriam" of the same
ifsue. In this article the Advertiser
says, "Yet there are occasions when
such references cannot well be avoid
ed, and when plaiD speech becomes a
plain duty." Indeed!
What occasion was there, Mr.
Advertiser, for the rev. editor of
the Friend to introduce the late king
at all, into a wholly irrelevant dis
cussion. 1 he occasion in point was
a bickering between two rev. editors
over some marriage ceremony with
which the late king had nothing di
rectly or indirectly to do. The poor
king was, however, used, with true
Christian piety, by one of the rev.
editors as a sort of bomb to destny
the othei, with a double purpose of
tiuibhing himself at the same time.
If this is what the Advertiser culls
"occasions which cannot lie avoid
ed" it must have taken leave of its
senses. The Rev. Friend may safely
bo left in the hands of "In Meinori
am," who is well able to handle him,
while the Advertiser, this champion
of morality, this public oiacle, who
from the superb heights of its edi
torial sanctum tells us what qualifi
cations are necessary for a man be
fore he can be made into a statue,
must be judged by the public to
which it appeals. Tuke its own
words: "Monuments are for heroes.
.Men who by their genius or virtues
arc entitled to respect and admira
tion, and who have earned by their
benefactions a right to the gratitude
of mankind. No one else has any
claim to bo remembered in this way."
It may well be asked who has a
greater claim on the gratitude of this
community, than the man who was
instrumental in procuring a treaty for
tlie country, whereby she became
rich and prosperous. If that is not
benefaction, what is? Hut when the
Advertiser goes on to appeal to the
moral sense of the community, and
believes it will not allow such mi out
rage and alfioul to the public, it be
comes sublime. Dear me! A man
may well pause to consider and won
der what in common sense the paper
means. In the llrst place who is the
exponent of morality in this commun
ity? Is it the Friend, the Diocesan
Magazine, Ka Leo, or the Adver
tiser' Hero are a few versatile stand
ards ol morality.
Secondly, it is to be regretted that
I the Advertiser never mentioned a
sample of one if its own heroes,
such a9 would fill the qualifications
for a statue, especially as it leaves
the public in some doubt as to what
its own moral standard may be, and
obliges them to draw conclusions
from tho paper itself, which, to say
the least, is rather hard on the Ad
vertiser. Lastly, I would recommend
the editor or the writer of that article
to take a bath nud clear his brain of
some of its cobwebs bofore ho again
ventures to attack a movement which
is defended with more brain and mor
ality than either he or his contoinpo-
rary over dreamed of in their philo
r sopuy, ,
RAINFALL FOR MARCH, 1892.
From reports to the weal her ser
Walnkea, tlllo, 50 elev MS!)
I'cpeckco. lOOelev 10.113
Hoiioinu, 1100 clev 12.5U
llouomii, !)5l elev
llakalmi, 200 elev
Lnupahuuhoc, 10 clev
Limpnhoehoc. !)0(l eluv
Ookala, 100 elev
Pnutihau, 1100 elev
llouok.'ia, 400 elev
Kukulhnclc. 700 elev
Nlulll, 1200 elev
X. KohaU, :i:,0olov
Wainiea, 2730 elev
Kealaki'Uua. 1580 elev
. 0 01!
Nualelni, 1150 elev LV-7
Volcano llulio. tOOOulev
Olaa, 1IU8 elev
Volcano Road, 205 elev.
. N It.
. N It,
rnliolM, 10 elev.
Poholkl. GOO elev
Kahulul, 12 elev
Walkapu, (100 clev
Sprcckclsvillc, -M elev
Kllla, 1000 elev
Huleaknla Ranch, 2000 elev.
Olowalu, 15 el
"(i no i
Kaannpall n 1.15 '
I.nlmlmi n.u. '
Mapululm, 100 elev
Punahou. 50 elev
Honolulu Town. l!0 elev
Kulaokahua, 50 elev
Makikl, 150 elev
ICaptolanl Park, 10 elev ,
Manoa. 100 elev
Manna, 11M of Val. O elev. . . ,
Nuunuu, 50 elev
Nuuami, 250 elev ,
Xuitanu, -105 elev
Xuiiauu, 7:15 elev
tNiiuami, 850 elev
Kancohc, 57 elev
Ahuhunmi, aro elev.........
Waiauao, 15 elev
Kwa Plantation, BOoUsv
I SO .
5 7tt i
0 01 ,
II 55 t
Liliue. 200 elev 1.10
Received too Into for lat month" re
port, viz. for February:
Ilakahm, 200 elev (1.5:1
PohoMd. 10 elev 5 it
Polioiki. 000 clev .7(!
C. J. Lyons,
In charge of Weather Service. -
A noc. V lot.
A ni'NOli of keyn ban been loM.
K. Hoaiiii.man lias a hou-e for
O. .1. MoCakthv hie- lots
Mreet, for .-;ile.
Tin: Jliuiibwick are ihoonly Billiard
I'ailois. in town. (i-tf
Tub Chiuubu Time? i-nlicita patron
age in advertising and printing.
Airmt bh.iviug u.-o Ciieiimbcr Skin
I onie. Ilcnt-on, Smith it to., Agent.
A O.UAIITKKI.Y dividend ib declared
by the Inter-Ihland Steam Navigation
Sli.Nliuns relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonie. liem-on, Smith it Co.,
Don't forgot ihe dance at A lion
1 ball Friday evening. II. .1. Ordwuv.
Dkakt 547 of th!o Hawaiian Agri
cultural Co. hah been loM anil pay
KuitrniHE ymir linlo nm with an
EnMur-Egg. They have coino little
hcautirr. at the Klito Ice Cream Har
Tin: girlt. connected with the Un
aware Club no going tfi give a leap
year party at Ariun hall Friday even
ing, 22d nibt.
No paper give.1 more valuu for the
money in advertinim; than the Bn.i.ic
riN, for no other approach it in the
number of readers.
Dm.ioious codec and chocolate will
be served every morning enilv at the
r.il.ico lee Cream l'ailoi.-, Luihvrgi.cn, j
it Cion. Holrd htteet. l-ti
H. Hackkki.ii it Co., agents, an
nounce tho line bark Albert and bark
online Planter to sail on or about tho
18th iusl. for San Francisco.
Hot Buns of superior quality
will bo on hand Friday morning early
at the "Elite" loo Cmuii lurloi.
I'leaso give your order in time,
THAT KAUAI CASE.
I In your article of yesterday's date,
1 in relation to the assault upon a Japa
j rrese laborer on Kauai, it is stated
I that "a strict and thorough invesli
1 gation into the matter was made orr
the spot in the presence of the Japa-
nese Consul, Air. Maaaki." I beg
I to state that the investigation of the
1 case was made under the direction of
Mr. Nacayama, lubpoetor-in.Chief of
dapanese immigrants, as the laborer
I was under contract with the goveru-
merit. Tai.o Masaki.
! II, 1. J. M.'s Coiisul-Gcuernlnte,
, Honolulu, April 1.'), 18H2.
I "1 have jttst recovered hour a sec
ond attack of the grip this year,"
says Mr. Jas. O. Jones, publisher of
j the Leader, Alexin, Texas. "In the
' latter case I used Chamberlain's
Couejr Rcmcih , and I think witli
considerable success, only being in
bed a little over two days, agnirat
: ten days for tiio llrst attack. The
second attack I am satisfied would
1 have been equally as bad us tho first
but for the use of this remedy, us i
I ImkI In an tn lierl 111 iilinut six lintirs
after heinu 'struck' with it, while in
l Ue first case I was able to attend to
business about two days before get
ting 'down.' " 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson. Smith
& Co., Agents.
Martinsville, N.J., Methodist Par
sonage. " My neqttniutnnce with
your remedy, Hoscltco's German
Syrup, was made about fourteen
years ago, when 1 continctcd nCold
which resulted in n Iloaiseness nird
a Cough which disabled me from
filling my pulpit for a number of
Sablulhs. After trying a Physician,
without obtaining relief I ctmnot
say now what remedy lie prescribed
I .saw the advertisement of your
i remedy and obtained a bottle. I
received such quick and permanent
help from it tiiat whenever we have
1 had Throat or Ihonchial troubles
' since in our family, Boschee's Ger
man Syrup has been our favorite
! remedy and always with favorable
1 results. I have never hesitated to
! frtnrt ,,,,r i.vl,nriniwl rlf lie llif In
others when 'I have found them
troubled m like ntntiuer,
V. H. IIagoartv,
Df the NewaiU, New
Jersey, M.U. Confer
ence, April 25, '90.
G.G.fikT.UX. Sole ManTr.Wooilbuiy.N.J.
T 11 I'i
Having acquired the property of the
1'iilon 1 1 "it Works Co. offer for
.-ale at reduced r:tte
Hardware & Merchandise!
Ear Iron and Steel,
fia Pipe .V rilling-, lira- Valve".
Globe, Angle ,v. Chock. Iron it Steel
1'lntcs large a-.-ortment;
HXACUIN BO 15L,TS.
liliink Nuts., hexagon and -qnare,
hot and cold picked; Holler Tula,
Holler KiveK Hni. Hod & Bra"
Pipes Kte.. Etc.
Also, all Surp'iu Stock if Machinery.
Small Cistlogi Jobbings & Repair Work
Attended to with despatch.
H5? For ft ill- apply at olllce Queen
street, or P. f) Box 1180 : Mutual Tel. IS7.
Pa"ifi Iron Work Co
KItOM 5 A. M. TO n l'. M.
Tl 1 Tl 1
QPlOPTT Ojlf KQfirTT
j F. HORN. Proprietor.
APRIL U, 18i)2.
Bar Quality Well-known? -
" iJi'il liu
IN THEMolNERNY BUIl DING,
lort HI root.
Ib open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
Wo make u specialty of
Stamping Patterns and are now
ready to take' orders in that line.
A brand uev,slock of .Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fiinges, Draperies arrd oilier
artistic goods are offered to the
ladle of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
Picture Frames) nuiilo to
orilor from latest Hl.ytoH of
inouhlhigN. KenovnUon of
old liiohtroH a Hiujclally lit
Kiiiy Jiiou , Jlotol stveot.
Pacific Iron I
3 u tat &r
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
KBCC1AKI A. McCIJUDY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It 1ms paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLIARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
Day For full particulars applv to
S. JL$. JKOfcI0.
1-91 General Agent for the Ilnwaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," anil plain
Uncoatiul Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. &&" Call and examine our stock.
i Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
EXF.GUT0HS' SALE OF
F U 1 1 N i i U R E 1
By aider of T. H. Lucas and John
Lucas. Kxeoutnr" of the will of Geo. j
Lucas deceased. I wl'l .-ell at Public
Auction, at the I'lemlso-. Kukiil Lane,
On THURSDAY, April 14,
AT IO OTMM!K A M ,
The Entire Household Furniture
Ebony Upholstered Parlor Set
Kasy Chairs. Backers.
Lnrge Center Rugs, Vases,
:5 and -l-liht Chandeliers
M. T. Center Tablet., Whatnots.
Luce Cut talus aird I'ortieius
:i Itluflt: "Wutnat
M. T. Bedroom ets.
1 Mahogany Secretary, Card Table,
Book Cases, Books,
1 Household Sewing Machine,
H. V. Extension Dining Table,
D. U. Chairs,
I RficNeal & Urban Safe,
Kitchen Stove Utensils
Kte., Ktc, Kte.,
JAS. V. MOIIGAX,
Auci.on S Ies by Lowis J. Lovey. f
LANDLORD'S SALE i!
Notice i hereby given Unit in accord
ance (illi the. law in ucli cuse made arid
provided, I will cause to be sold the
Household Furniture of T. U. iMc'GUIRE
taken by me in distraining for rent,
l Black Walnut Bedroom Pel. 1 ltoll ,
Matting, 1 Wilcox it Gibb's Sewing 1
Machine, 1 Chest of Drawers. 1 Spring
Mattrass, 1 Wire Spring and 1 Wool '
Mnttrasses, 1 I'lnu Bedstead, 1 B. W. 1
Baby Crib, 2 B. W. Chairs. 1 B. W. lt(
Table, l Fancy Hound Table. 4 lings,
I tsS" Said Sale will take place at tl
Baby Crib, 2 B. W. Chairs. 1 B. W. Kd.
csS" Said Sale will take place at the
Auction Salesrooms of LEWIS J. LE
VEY, Auctioneer, corner of Fort and
On WEDNESDAY. April 20th.
AT i:i o''Mt!K XOOV.
:1S5 ICt ' GOO KIM.
AH UiriinlUllll !
At tho request of u
number oi' our patrons,
wo have concluded to
offer tho services of our
artist, Mr. W. Y. Ttow,
tis a practical instructor
in Oil Pain tin a: and Wa
Mr. Row has been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
conlident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
what, he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
" FOU SALE!
A SPRIXOITKLD 30-Llght Gas Ma
.' i chine In complcto working order ,
and guaranteed, Will be sold upon
favorable terms to tho purchaser. Also '
a few Haudsome Fixtures. Apply to i
JOHN PHILLIPS, I
V8W tf , King strett,
u m i a
104 Fort Street,
Boys' Calico Shirt Waist for 25cts.
Children's Corset Waist for 40cts.
- IN ALL SIZES. A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
SWISS & MADRAS' DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS.
: Antique Lace
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'-d,,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
New Goods by
PL A NTATIO N S UPPL1 ES,
Tools & Bmplements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OK THE BEST QUALITY.
'From 1 Gallon to S00 Gallons).
jJSy We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices lor any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
Society of the
I Liabilities, 4 percent
New Business Written in
! Assurance in Force
i The Equitable Life Ass
The 32d Annual Statement will be issued hereafter; in
the interval the foregoing figures will show approximately
the chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
B. P. EHLERS & CO.
OO FOBT KlMtiairlT.
After taking Stock wo offer superior values for less than former prices In
CHENILLE PORTIERES, FROM $ 0.50 UPWARD,
I-jixcliow' Ac OliilcIreii'H GosHamer
.AT ALL STYLES AND PRICES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS,
SOCKS AND SOARKS AT COST.
t3 Dressmaking under the management of MISS K. OLARKK.
; P. O. BOX 480.
I Went Oor. iiutiuu Ac ICiiiK t?trotH.
Sar If yorr want to save time and money buv your Furniture, etc., at the
i I. X. L., comer Niuiauu arrd King streets.
I jgy Found the place to buy Now and Second-hand Furniture of all kinds at
lowest prices, the I. X. L., coruer' Nuuairii arrd King streets,
i ir lledroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Uoxei., Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lamps,
I Rrrgs, Ilureuus, Cheffonlers, etc., sold cheap for cash at tho I. X. L., corner Nuu
i arm and King btreets.
t&f Steamer and Veranda Chairs. Sofas. Bod Lounces. Bnbv Cribs. Clothes
Baskets, Sowing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., cold at the lowest
cash prreoa at tho I. X. L., New and Second-hand Furniture House, coruer Nuu
auu and King streets.
S. W, LEDERER,
Hir Store Ooeu Huturduy
OF NEW YORK,
Late Arrivals !
1891 $230, 000, 000. 00
$800, 000, OOP. OO
I MUTUAL TEL.'0.:
Eveuiuge till O o'clock.
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