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We, LIL1UOKALANI, by the flincc
of (iol, ot tin) Hawaiian islands,
That in accordance with the lei ins
of Aiticles US and 45 o( th Conslitu
(ion, it is Our Pleasure that the Login
Inline of Our Kingdom do assemble
in Regular Session at tlio Legislative
Hall, Aliiolani Hide, ut Our Capital
Oily of Honolulu, foi tlie despatch of
Public business at 12 o'clock noon on
SATURDAY, the Twenty-eighth day
of May, A. U., 1892.
Given under Our Royal Sign Manual
at Our Palace of lolani, in the
City of Honolulu, this lllh day
of April, A. D. 1802, and (lie
Second Year of Our Re gn.
By the Queen:
C. N. Sl'KNCKH,
Minister of the luteiior.
3911 St-IG (it
Tenders for Purchase ol' Ha
Notice is hereby given that, under
authority of Chapter US, Session Law
of 1888, "An Act .o give gi eater t-ecu-rity
to Depositor in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank," the Postnmstor
General oilers for tale -VACUO of Cou
pon Bonds of the Hawaiian Govern
ment, such bonds to be is&ucd in the
denomination of One Thousand Dol
lars each, redeemable in not less, than
fivo years nor more than twenty
years, with interest at six peieent pel
annum, payable benu-annually, piin
cipal and interest payable in U. S.
gold coin, the bonds to e.pies on
their face that thej .ire 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 oilice of the Regis
trar of Public Accounts, Finance De
partment, up to 12 o'clock noon on
Tuesday, 26th day of Apiil, 18(J2.
The Postmaster General doeb not
bind himself to accept any tender, or
the whole of any tender.
Dated April 11, 185)2.
H. A. WlDEMANN,
Minister of Finance.
Ministei of Foreign Allans.
C. N. Spknckk,
Minister of IntriinK
W. Austin Whiting,
Sale of Lease of the Government Lokos
of Lelepaui acd Kaihikapu, at
On WEDNESDAY, May IS, 18112,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the fiont en
trance of Aliiol.ini Hale will he sold
at public auction the Lease of the
Government Lokos of Kaihikapu and
Lelepaua, at Moanalua, Oahu.
Term Lease for 20 yeais.
Upset pi ico itiflOO pei annum, pay
able eemi-anuually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, Aprib7, 1892.
Pltdtd to neither Sect not Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 18U2.
Ka Leo allows what manner of
crowd supplies its pabulum by lift
frequent outcroppings of anarchist
sympathy. Just think of a public
journal in a civilized community
gloating over the work of dynamite
fiends in Europe, and tacitly throwing
out threats of dynamite against the
local guardians of the peace!
The ineJllcicney of the police is
largely in the political eyes of the
traducers of the police. It is note
worthy thut those chronic revilers of
everything they do not control puss
over in silence the fiequcnt triumphs
of the police in the suppression of
lawlessness and the ferreting out of
criminals. Another fact studiously
winked out of sight is that much of
the transgression of law so often
heard about is due tu radical defects
in the laws as proved in the couits
for instance, the gaming and vag
An influential agitation in behalf
of good roads has started in the
United States. Able articles nio ap
pearing in magazines and leading
weekly journals, with artistic illus
trations of good roads abroad and
bad ones at home. The era of rail
ways arrived in America before the
settlement of the country had
advanced to a stage that required or
uould afford complete systems of
ordinary roads. Railways by the
necessarily greater iiitluence they
could concentrate on the Federal
and Slate Legislatures were able to
overshadow ordinary loads in ac
quired importance. Perhaps in the
beginuing railways were ically of the
greater importance, for the rapid
opening up of the country and the
binding together of its different sec
tions. In such a case the theory
would he that the railways weie the
main beams of the national structure,
the minor Vrts of which were to be
iltted in later. There was a vast
country with settlements of people
widely apart who were to he brought
closely together, and with vast inter
vening spaces (It for habitation, to he
made accessible to the overllow of
population from the older colonics.
In a country of such magnificent dis
tances the evolution of the ordinary
highway was too slow for the fulfil
ment of those great objects as they
have been fulfilled by railways. It
is therefore no reproach to America
if she has developed her incompara
bly great railway systems at the tem
porary expense of common highway
development. Neither it a great
credit 1 o Em ope that her roads are in a
condition to be the envy of American
road reformers of the piesent day.
Europe has good roads because she
had to to have them ages before her
nations had reached the distracting
and speculative era of railways.
Apait from rivers and canals the
public highway was the only inland
means of communication, not only
between the separate communities of
each nation but between nation and
nation. The United States having
acquired a network of railways prac
tically over all her territory, it is on
ly natural that her thoughtful people
should turn their earnest attention to
the subject of improvement of the
common roads. This they are doing
and once they have enlisted the
characteristic national energy in the
cause the day will not be long in com
ing when America's ordinary high
ways will be as gi eat a source of pride
as her railways. There is no subject
in Hawaii to-day of more importance
than the development of internal
communication by means of good
highways. The means of access
from inland settlements to ports
whence produce can reach maiket
are far inferior to what might have
been attained up to this period. This
is likewise true of the means of com
munication between inland settle
ments and between coast settle
ments. It has not been altogether
owing to the lack of expenditure hut
to the mode thereof that so back
ward a condition of our road system
exists. Not only should coming
Legislatures he liberal with common
roads, but sagacious in pjifecting
means for having the road appropria
tions expended so as to secure (he
best possible results.
TURNED STATE'S EVIDENCE
Itul railed li iMiltMtniitlutr the
Charge In Court.
Iii the Police Couit this morning
was heard a charge against four na
tives of assisting and managing a
banking name, namely, chc fa. l'wo
of the accused promised to turn
state's evidence and icspectively
wrote statements to that effect, sign
ing them. ' When the case came up,
however, the two denied everything
and said that they hail been forced
to make the statements in writing at
the Police Station. Gardnor Wilder
in his prosecution of the case was so
indignant at the contiadiclory evi
dence thut he nol pros'd the case.
The witnesses made u spectacle of
themselves in their squirming to make
their stories lit the innocence ot the
men they had accused. The prose
cuting counsel at the same lime said
lie would have loelu, an ex police
olllcer and one of the defendants, in
chaige inside of one week. V. V.
Ashford and J. K. Kaulia appeared
for the defense.
Jles9is. Cage & .Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism llieie
as follows: "The wife of Mr. Win.
Pruitt, the I'ontiimster heie, had been
bed-iidden with 1 lieu mutism for sev
eial years. She could get nothing
to do her any good, Wo sold her a
bottle of Chamberluin's Fain Halm
und she was completely cured by its
1160. We refer any one to her to
j verify tills statement."
ot) cent hot-
ties for sale by all dealers. Benson,
.Smith & Co., Agents.
For MoulriingH, Framed,
PastolH, Artotypen, Photo
gravures, Elc.liiugH and
everything in the line of
picture, go to King UroH,,
ESCAPED PRISONERS CAUGHT.
Tn iMilurnc CmnlfltN HUM llluilc
Ciiliturr Itolilipm' Cnvr Dim-over-mI
nt Kniiloliinl fnnt.
Two escaped prisoners were ap
prehended vesterdav. One is a na
tive named Moealoha, the other a
Spaniard named .1. 11. Marline, alias
Andiew Fisher. Mociilnlm was cap
tured on Punchbowl and Mtu line, nt
Knkaako. The two men were brought
to the Police Station, wheie, alter
being examined, lliey gave the news
of two escaped Chinese prisoners be
ing hidden in a cave near Diamond
Consequently at an early hour this
morning olllcers Louis Tnuissainl
and Horace Crabbc went out to the
locality to investigate. They found
the cave, one of a iiutnbr of mutual
ones, near the new Park road. The
cavern was found to contain heaps of
booty, a portion being the spoils of a
burglary of Mrs. Lemon's house at
Waikiki bridge. There was a tegular
housekeeping outfit, comprising a
roll of malting, a kerosene tin nearly
full of rice, China cups and saucers,
half a dozen shirts, and other articles
of apparel. Mailinez when caught
had on one of the same lot of shirts.
Articles of luxury were also recover
ed, such as a necklace with crystal
settings, silk scatfs in different
colors, Nlihau mats, etc.
The truant Chinese convicts Ah
Kam alias Hung Choy and Ktim
Wun alias Ah Mon were not found.
Perhaps they had been in the cave
and sloped on hearing the approach
of the ollicers. Kum Wun was the
one who committed the Waikiki bur
glaries two years ago, and was sus
pected of making the murderous as
sank on Mr. J. F. Brown, whereby
his hand was permanently injured.
The other convict was lepoiled in
this paper lately as having escaped,
and was a convict from Kauai with
some years yet to serve. A diligent
searcli of the locality by the otliceis
was fruitless in finding any trace of
the Mongolian outlaws.
Ii.i. meet von at the lirmwwick.
C. .1. McCaimiiy
uia a line new cot-
luge to let.
J. H. Black luisa eautiimurv notice
in this issue.
C. J.McOaimiiy Iiii
'licet fin .-.lie.
lots on Lilih.i
A weekly Mile of hoi sen will begin
on the 23l inst.
Tub Biunswiek axe the only Billianl
I'.ulois in town. (i-tf
AlTKli sua vine, ue Ciiciimhci Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
HomtON, Newman & Co. aie liyiug
to incite a l evolution in the public
SiJNisuuN iclieveil at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Demon, Smith & Co.,
Suki'Iiim: your liitlo ones with an
Eniitci-Egg. Thuv have some little
beauties at the Elite Ice Cie.iin Par
Delicious codec and chocolate will
be served every inoiiiiiiL' cmly .it the
Palace Ice Cieam P.nloi, Luduigscn,
& Cion. Hotel sheet. 1-tl
By oulei of II. Hackfi-ld .V Co., an
auction dale of liquois, gmcciics and
cigala will be held by J. is. K. Moiguu
at his b.desiooin 10 o'clock S.iluiday.
llor -f" Bunh of Miperioi (puilily
will be on hand Fiidav morning cnilv
at the "Elite" Ice Cm i I'ailois.
Please give youi order in time.
Ui:t your mini and i-liues
and icpaiifd by the old W.i
ahocmukci, L. Tonxxins, on
Hotel ftiect. Kiihl-cl.i?s woil;
Tiik Buu.irriN stands at the head
of efficacious advertising medium.
i'bere is no other Euglitdi p.ipur that
goes intoauylhing like as many house
holds in Ibis kingdom.
HiiA.vii'ooiNO and head-washing done
for ladies at tbeii residence by .Mi
Wolf, who can be found at 711 Beie
lania street, or by Mutual Telephone
O'.IB, before 8 11, in, or aftei SiliO p. in.
New Cottage to Rent !
FINK Cottage witli l'ailor, Dliilug
1 00111 Hull, 4 Largo lleihoonifi,
Rath, Pantiy, Kitchen and all modem
Improvements. iieietania Miuct-t'iun
pasR the dour,
yQf For fmthur information apply to
0. .1. McOAKTIlY,
l! Mcichiuit fctieet.
BKTWKKX Puimhoti and Jtlchaids
.stteots a Large Hunch of K'i'is.
Kinder will pleafo leave at thin oilice.
DliAFT No. f47 of the Hawaiian
Agrieiiltuial Coui)auy dated Jan
uary SO, 1691, In favor of Jose de Sou'i
Vemiuclo, for &'M, All persons aie cau
tioned agulnsl c Mug tlio thafl, iay
ineiH having been ntnpped, 391 yt
NOTKIK lb heiehy given to all pintles
concerned that I will pay no debtn
eon ti acted In my luino withoat ui.v
J. II. HLAOK.
Honolulu, A pill 13, 1892. 1)95 ;ii
'I"HE WEEKLY BULLETIN-28
L columns of iutomtlug leading
inattera. Mulled to foreign couutilua,
(6; Liltuutg 94.
Hentcnro orn Dcci'iuli'it Nrniinitrrl -lllBlibliKlrrn'
In the Supreme Court this morn
ing at the opening of the session, W.
t). Smith, counsel for Ah Gin alias
Akitku, charged with a penal oifense,
moved for discharge of the defend
ant on the ground that there was no
penalty provided for the offense the
defendant was found guilty of by
the jurv. Judge Bickerton over
ruled llie motion, when Mr. Smith
noted an exception to the ruling.
Ah Gin was sentenced to live years'
imprisonment at hard labor and In
pay a line of SnO. A miliums was
A highbinders' ease is being heard
this afternoon hemic a foreign jury.
Ah Wai, the defendant, is chaiged
with assaull and bittery on a fellow
countryman. There was a lilt be
tween counsel for the prosecution,
Deputy Attorney-General Creighton,
and P. Neumann for the defense,
causing a titter among the jury this
afternoon. Ah Wai, it is claimed,
has beon in prison before on convic
tion of robbery, having had to serve
for six years. "Although identified
by (he jailor he denied ever being
Hun i. V. (). Smith nsisli tin' Din.
seculion; P. Neumann for defend- !
" I inherit some tendency to Dys
pepsia from my mother. I buffered
two years in this way ; consulted a
number of doctors They did me
no good I then used
Relieved In your August Flower
and it was Just two I
davs when I felt great relief.
got so that I could sleep and eat, and
I felt that I was well. That was
three years ago, and I am still first
class. I am never
Two Days. without a bottle, and
if I feel constipated
the least particle a dose oi two of
August Flower docs the work. The
beauty of the medicine is, that you
cau stop the use of it without any bad
effects on the system.
Constipation While I was sick I
f e 1 1 everything it
seemed to me a man could feel. I
was of all men most miserable. lean
say, in conclusion, that I believe
August Flower will cure anyone of
indigestion, if taken
Life of Misery with judgment. A.
M Weed 229 Belle
foutaine St., Indianapolis, Iud." &
Auction Sales by Jdnms F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
AND GIGA R.S.
By oilier of JlEi-iih. II. HACICRKLD
& CO.. I will sell at Public Auction, at
my Salt'sioom, Queen stieet,
On SATUKDAY, April lii,
w rfo o':i,oi'U a. 11..
The following invoices:
B.ivariaH. Lager iV. Miller's lii-or,
Tenants' Ale, Thoin & Camel oil's W'liis
CHAS. FARRE'S CHAMPAGNE.
Wi.ippliig& Pihiliug I'.ipeiK,
Sjililles. Iron l!eilti'ads
0 ROGER IES:
Candles, Soaps, Vinegar, Olive Oil,
Oioshcit lUackvvellS Pickles it .bull's.
Uaes Al Table Ki lilts.
Also an assoitmeiil of
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Dhuiei Sets, Tea Sets, Ktc, Kle.
Pacific 111 Ms Co.
Having iii'iiiilred the piopeity of the
rnloii lion Woikh Co. otfer for
Mile ut i educed late-,
Hardware & Merehandisc I
Bar Iron and Steel,
Oas l'lpu iV, rittliifis, Ibass Valves,
Globe, Angle A- Cheek, lion & hteel
I'lali.'S, huge aioitineut;
il A. J H I IN JtJ JJ1HIS,
Blank Nuts, hexagon and Minnie,
hot and cold picked; Duller Tubes,
Itoilei JtivcU, llrasa Itod it lluih.s
Pipes, Klc, Kto.
Also, all Surplus Stuck cf Machinery.
Small Cjstlngs, Jobbings & Repilr Work
Attended to with despatch,
Url''nr trim apply at ollh'o Queen
stieot, or P.O.HoxasO; MutiiidTel.-l87.
:toa -in- Panifi j Iron Wor ki Co
NL I'leco Land r0.l'20
I I f.... ..... II.,.. .,.!
.aate3 han a Hue sea view; 15 inlu-
utes' walk in I 'in. i Olllee, Water main
iiius tluoiigh the Int. I'rlco $G7ri $175
cash bulanee in one and two yunis; in-
title the hest; no charge for papers,
Knijuhe at this omce." ''.3895'v '
tu.iav . liunuill Bl'ijllieil 11V UIUIIUDLIC,
U k ., :
a i a p ii s i . ,
, o V LANDLORD'S
n as ivy Kr .
THE MUTUAL LIFE
UaUMAUIlt A. lUcCIJKlW.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
h has paid its members mnce its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLI ARS,
lis New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
u For full paiticulars applv to
s. 13. kosi:.
1-1)1 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., I'D.
DOUU .MATS. DODK MATS.
Rubber, superior quality, lelteied
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanut Mats, n desirable assoit- j
Steel Seiapcr Mats, practical, ser-
Jtiy Call and examine our stock
Auction Sles by Lewis J. Levuy."
Notice i. hcii'liv jrivmi that hi nrcoid-
I iiiii-u with tlit law In Midi cum- made and
pinvidcd, I will cause to be sold the.
Household I'luuiliue of 'P. ( MoliUlUE
i taken bv me hi dliliainlng for tent,
to wit : "
I Mack Walnut llediooni Set, 1 'o
Matting, 1 Wilcox Au Olbb's Sewing
Machine. 1 diet of Diawers. 1 Snilng
Matt, -a-, 1 Who ; h g mid 1 Wool
.V'V .,.'.? ,..v ,,.,"., ,,.",
D.IUy ll IU, I. 11. 1 IlilllS. L L. IV. Illl.
Table, 1 Kauej Hound Table. 4 K-g. 1
Hammock Chair. I Hanging Lamp.
l&f Mild Sale vv 111 take rlaeo at the
Auction S.ilesinums of LK IS J. LE
VEY, Auctioneer, conifi- of Kort ami
On WEDNE 3D AY, April 20th,
at i:i im-tu'li .ov.
:iS.-i lot GOO KIM.
A. M. TO
Gi Goei Friday. AbHI 1 BIB. :
PI ON HE It STEAM
Factory and Bakery,
HO I'LL STKKKT.
F. HORN. Proprietor.
Quality Well-known V "a
;u:ii I in
IN THE MolNERe-Y BUILDING,
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specially of
Stamping Patterns and are now
ready to lake' ordeib in thai line,
A brand now stock of Silk Km
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fiinges, Ljruperies and other
artistic goods aie offcied to Hie
ladies ol Honolulu,
IN THE MollMERNY BUILDING,
4 hl'JlLNGFIELD M-Llght (Jus Ma
V. t'hiuu In complete vtoiklug oidur
and guaiauteed. Will be sold upon
favorable terms to the piuchtisur. Also
a few Haiidiomu Fixtures. Apply to
390 tf . King street,
I'. JL '
m 9&) m
1 04 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. v
IN ALL QUALITIES.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Port Street, Honolulu.
New Goods by
PLA NT ATIO N S UPPL1 KS,
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BKST QUALITY.
T10111 1 Gallon to 800 Gallons').
BGS "We aie the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
Tlie Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
JANUARY I, 1892. -
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
SURPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
New B u sin ess 7 Vritten hi 1891 $230, 000, 000. 00
Jlssunvn.ce in Force $800, 000, 000. 00
The 32d Annual Statement will be issued hereafter; in
the interval the foregoing figures will -show approximately;
the ohief items of the account.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
b. F. EHIEES & CO.
OO FOBT i-'XrKIEK.'a?.
After taking Stock wo offer supeilor values for less than former prices In every
OHKNILLK PORTIEItliS, FltOM f0.50 UPWARD,
J -.li.dioH-' Ac C51iildreu' GoNHamer
AT ALL STYLES AND PRICES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
SOCKS AND SCARFS AT COST,
t? Dressmaking under the management of MISS K. CLARICE.
P. O. UOX 480,
AVenl. Cor. IVimiiini & IJliiiQ StrootM.
&f If you want to save time and money buy your Furniture, etc., at the
1. X, L., corner Nimauii and King stieuts.
BSy Found the place to buy New and Second-hand Furniture of all kinds at
lowest pi lees, the I. X. L., corner Nuiianu and King streets.
ttir llediooni Sets, Wauhobes, Ice Iioxes, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lumps,
Rugs, Iliueaus, Cheffonlers, etc., sold cheap for cash at the 1. X. L., corner Nuu
anu ami King stieets.
Wir Hteumer and Veranda Chairs, Sofas, Bed Lounges, Bnby Cribs, Clothes
Hiiki'ts, Sowing Machines, Wliatuots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., gold at the lowest
cash prices .at the I. X. L.( New and Seeoud-hand Furniture House, corner Nuu-
uiiii nuu iiii'j, cucuiH.
S. W. LEDERER,
M9- Store Open Sutimiay
flifer-j ..!. ... -j'"!.,
'.sfrnmi j'ly.-nrlit w.-r1' . 'xr3&A'A jeaimmA-
OF NEW YORK.
Late Arrivals !
: MUTUAL TEL. 90. :
Evoniutfs till 0 o'clock. -
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