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P'V . BY AUTHORITY.
We, 1jIL1UOKALA.N1, by the Ornce
, of Qoil, of llin Hiiwuiluii Islands,
That in accoidiince willi tho terms
of Articles 28 unci 4f of the Constitu
tion, it is Our Pleasure that the- Lcgi1
latino of Our Kingdom do assemble
in Regular Session lit tho Legislative
Hull, Aliioluni Hale, at Otu Capital
City of Honolulu, for tin- despatch of
Public busings at 12 o'clock noon on
SATURDAY, the Twenty-eighth day
of May, A. 1)., 1SU2.
(liven under Our Royal Sign Manual
at Our Palace of Iolnoi, in the
City of Honolulu, Ibis lltli day
of April, A. U. 1802, and the
Second Year of Our Reign.
By the (Jueon:
0. X. Sl'E.VCKll,
.Minister of the Interior.
3j:i :u-ig ot
Tenders for Purchase of Ha
Notice is hereby given that, under
authority of Chapter !5S, Session Laws
of 1888, "An Act ." givegieater seeu
rity to -Depositor in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Rank." the Poiliuastcr
General oll'eis for wile $50,000 "f Cou
pon Bonds of the Hawaiian Govern-'
nient, such bonds to be issued in the
denomination of One Thousand Dol
lars each, redeemable in not less, than
livo years nor more than twenty
years, with interest at six percent pel
annum, payable semi-annually, prin
cipal and interest payable in U. S.
gold coin, the bonds to express on
their face that llioy are issued as
security for the Postal Savings Rank
Tenders, for tho 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
pigment, up -to 12 o'clock noon on
Tuesday, 25th day of April, 1802.
The Postmaster General does not
bind himself to accept any tender, or
the whole of any tender.
Dated April 11, 1S02.
II. A. Vii)i:.M.NN,
Minister of Finance
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
C. N. SeKNcnif,
Minister of Intciior.
YV. AlIHllN WlIITlNO,
Foreign Oilice Notice.
FoitHIfSN OFFICK. )
Honolulu, April PI, 1802. (
It has pleased Her Majesty the
.Queen to confer upon
ERNEST OCTAV1US SMITH, Esq..
Her Majesty's Consul-General for the
British Colonics ot New South Wales,
Victoria, Tasmania, Queensland, West
ern Australia, South Australia, and
their dependencies, and all other Col
onies or Settlements which may be
formed by divisions of or in any con
nection with the said British Colonics;
tho decoration of Knight Commander
of tho Royal Order of the Crown of
Foreign Oilioo Notice.
FoitKiu.v Oitjci:, )
Honolulu, April Ri, 1802. )
It has pleased Her Majesty the
Queen to confer upon
RAPHAEL DE LUC 11 1, Esq.,
Her Majesty's Consul at Genoa, Italy,
the decoration of Knight Commundei
of the Royal Order of the Crown of
Foreign Olliee Notice.
Honolulu, April 7, 1802.
Mil. HENRY WILLIAM MOULTON
lius this day been appointed Hawaii
an Vice-Consul at Newcastle, N. K. W.
There is no clangor fiom whooping
cough when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is freely given. It liquefies
the tough, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration. It also lessens
the severity and frequency of tho
paroxysms of coughing, and insures
a speedy recovery. There is not tho
least danger in giving it to children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substance, 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers, IJeii9on, Smith &
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FRIDAY, APRIL lo, 1802.
The liut.i.KTiN adds another to the
features tlinl give it the lead in
popular journalism, in the form of n
weekly department allotted to health
ful sports. To-day's budget treats
Of the base ball season just opened,
lawn tennis, and the coming Hawai
ian Dei by. As tennis here has not
yet attained to public exhibitions,
we have lo solicit information on pri
vate events in that game from read
ers. "Comments on Sports" may
be expected in each Friday's issue
of the Ilur.i.r.Tix.
The decision of the Supreme Court
on the Noble election protest furn
ishes one of the foreign editorial
writers of ICa Leo with a text for
some (V)fty writing on rights and priv
ileges of native llawaiians. It was
suggested both in the decision of
.Judge Rickerlon appealed from and
the opinion of the full bench alllrm
ing that decision, that there was a
defect in the law where it omitted to
provide that the descriptive words on
the ballot should be printed in Ha
waiian and KnglMi. Doubtless the
detect will be remedied at the
earliest opportunity. Hut why did
it occur in the first instance?
Largely because native Hawaiian
representatives were not watching the
real interests of their constituents.
The discontented gentlemen in the
back rows were quite alive when
wanted for assisting or projecting
fraudulent schemes of Chinese friends
to beat the treasury on private roads
and failed cheat) labor contracts for
public works. They could bo easily
enlisted to block legislation whose
promoters had failed to beg on bend
ed knees for their support. Their
senses were alert to seize the oppor
tunity of a thin house lor displaying
their momentary power by moving
indefinite postponement of a measure
the merits or dements of which they
did not take the pains to master.
There were only a few such, but they
all belonged to the faction represented
by Ka Leo to-day. While Mr. Bush
himself displayed conscientiousness
and some breadth of mind in most of
his utterances at last session, ho was
very derelict in his duties in point of
attendance on the proceedings. Un
less there was a pet measure of his
own or his faction on the orders, he
was unlikely to be found in his place
to protect the rights either of bis
immediate constituents or Ins coun
trymen at large. Indeed, his hob
bies some of which commended
themselves strongly to many who did
not accept his general polities
would have stood a far better chance
of success than they did had his ap
pearances in the House been less ot
the nature of angels' visits. He
took so little interest in the general
bulk of legislation that when his
beaming countenance irradiated the
chamber he was staied at as a comet
strayed out of its orbit. Where was
Mr. Bush, the responsible editor of
Ka Leothe paper that so strongly
reprobates injustice to llawaiians in
the election law when the provi
sions governing the ballot were al
lowed to be completed with the glar
ing defect now revealed in the courts
and denounced not without cause as
an injustice to llawaiians? Hud he
and other members who pose as the
high oi dered defenders of native privi
leges acted at the proper time in that
praiseworthy function, and been balk
ed in their efforts, there would be
great force now in their bitter lamen
tations over spilled milk that cannot
bo gathered up again. However,
there lias been no proof adduced that
any ical injury has been done to the
llawaiians by the defect in question.
They were too well posted in advance
on the candidates of the respective
parties .not to know for whom they
were voting on the ballots provided.
And theic is not the least doubt that
tho defect was a puro inadvertence
in legislation, which might have been
avoided had the leaders in tho pres
ent complaint exercised due vigilance
while the law was being enacted.
THE HEW REFINERY.
Coloill'l SpilldhlK Pl'CHClIlN :iiiluin
.11 i' a 11 ley with M50.
The steamer James Alukce has been
engaged of lnte 111 lauding tho machi
nery belonging to the new sugar
machinery at Kcidia, Kauai. The
first monster piece, it will bo remem
bered, carried away tho rigging of
the little steamer, dropping the
machinery overboard. Captain Ma
cauloy successfully raised the hoavy
article again and hud it landed iu
good condition. Col. Z, S, Spalding
was so well pleased with the exploit
that lie presented Captain Macauley
with 850, facetiously remarking, "to
get a new hat." The mill is Hearing
CAUGHT AND GAGED.
The Notorious Chinese Burglar
Attacks it Teact tul Country
man at Wnliiluc and
One of the fugitive Chinese prison
ers Kum Wun alias Ah Alon was
apprehended this morning at Wai
alac. The fellow had been among
the mountains hiding and had, it Is
presumed, come down to the Wni
idac Ranch Hon. Paul R. Ison
berg's to get water. Arriving at
the ranch he was espied by a Chinese
man servant in the employ of Mr.
The servant asked him what was
his business there, and intimated
that he must be the Chinaman who
was stealing their rice. Another
Chinaman on the place coming up
said the stranuer was the Chinaman
wanted by the Government. This
angered Kum Wun and be sprang at
the nearest of his interviewers.
There was a desperate scullle in
which the convict, who is a powerful
fellow, got the upper hand. He gave
his countryman a bad ' battering on
the nose and other parts of his per
son. Tlie servant managed, how
ever, to gel the scoundrel's thumb
in his mouth, which left him the use
of only one hand. While the scullle
was going on the third Chinaman
procured assistance, and Kum Wun
was overpowered and bound fast
A telephone message to the Police
Station brought Deputy Marshal G.
K. Wilder and Cupt. Hopkins to the
scene. They lound their man still
ecure. On his person was a 32 cali
ber revolver. He was bundled into
a wagon and has now leisure in a cell
to meditate another escape.
Louis .Martinez alias Andrew Fish
er, one of the two escaped prisoners
previously recaptured, said to an
ollicer that he knew the muscular
stienglh of Kuin Wun, having tested
it one or twice while they were en
joying liberty, and novel wanted to
tackle him again. Marline, has the
name of a notorious liar and it is
doubtful if he met the Chinaman at
all when they were out. Moealoha,
the native prisoner caught with him.
says they were not in the cave with
the Chinamen, but when they sought
refiiije there they found it stocked
with stolen goods and supplies.
Anoiher Chinese convict, and a
bad case, too, is still at large. Peo
ple should be on the lookout for him.
SAILORS ON THE RAMPACE.
Hun Iulo a' Illicit
Noun; !; Ill .
Yesterday afternoon about -l :.'50
o'clock quite a. commotion was caused
by three sailors from the U. S. I S.
San Francisco, on horseback. The
sailors were on their way in from
Waikiki, where they had been "rais
ing Cain" and making "Rome howl."
Thinking to finish their exploits by
"painting the town red," they rode
in at a breakneck pace Near Hon.
S. N. Castle's residence on King
street the three in a body collided
with hack No. 110, which was driv
ing the opposite way, the horses ap
parently having been frightened by
a passing liamcar. The shock of the
collision caused the driver, a Portu
guese, to be thrown out and he was
dragged twenty or thirty feet. 'I lie
jolly tars rode on regardless of hav
ing done any injury. The dashboard
of the vehicle was badly smashed.
Mrs. Schraeder, an elderly lady,
narrowly escaped injury from the
furiously-ridden horses. The sailors
were, in nautical phrase, "three
sheets in the wind."
a serious mistake.
In the issue of your paper dated
April 12th your reporter makes a
serious mistake through misinforma
tion. In the case of tho Queen vs.
Ah Wai it was not.tho defendant who
denied prior conviction, but the
prosecuting witness. You will ob
serve how severely the misstatement
reflects upon thu defendant and per
haps measurably upon the gentlemen
who formed the jury which acquitted
the defendant. The latter, as was
shown by the proof, had novel been
convicted of any offense or crime.
- m o 1
HE'S A BRICK.
"Basil is a bricka genuine hard
polished brick. Calm, cool, lo
gical, and always dignified ho gets
ahead of Hull Frogge, Anglo-American,
and tho others on that side
every time. Whoever Basil may be,
he deserves the gratitude of every
patriotic Hawaiian, whether of native
or foreign blood. (iiow not weary
of woll-doing, Basil, and may the
power of your 11'. lo pen never wane.
A new stono landing has been
built at Ilanamnulu, Kauai, by the
Lihue Plantation Co. Mr. A. M,
Sproull, C, E., superintended tho
civil engineering. Tho llrat consign
ment of sugar from the new landing
was brought yesterday by the steamer
Pule. A steamer can now lie a
boat's length from the wharf, while
before one had to lie outside,
" Wc nre six in fam-
A Farmer at ily. Wc live in a ,
j plncc where we are
Edom, Texas, Jsubjcct to vi0lct j
Says: Colds and Lung ,
Troubles. I liavo ,
used German Syrup for six years
successfully l'or Sore Throat, Cough,
Cold, Hoarseness, Pains in the
Chest and Lungs, and spittmg-up
of Blood. I have tried many differ
ent kinds of cough Syrups in my
time, but let me say to anyone want
ing such a medicine German Syrup
is the best. That lias been my ex
perience. If you use it once, you
will go back to it whenever you
need it. It gives total relief and is
a quick cure. My advice to every
one suffering with Lung Troublesis
Try it. You will soon be con
vinced. In all the families x'here
your German Syrup
is used we have no John
trouble witu the FranklIn
Lungs at all. It is
the medicine for this Jonos.
G. G. GRKKX.Sole Man'fr.Woodburj.NJ.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Hy order of Mr.ssns. II. HACKFELD
& CO.. I will toll at Public Auction, at
ni) Salesroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, April 10,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. II..
The following imoices:
Bavarian. Lager & Miller's ltcer.
Tenants' Ale, Thorn & Cainerou'i Whis
GHAS. FARRE'S CHAMPAGNE.
Wrapping & Printing Papers.
Saddles. Iron Bedsteads.
Cnndli'o, Soap, Vinegar, Olive Oil,
Uro'-se & Blnckwell's Pickles & Jam',
Cases Al Table Fruits.
Also an assortment of
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
"Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Etc., Etc.
J AS. F. MOltGAN,
a'Ju at " Auctioneer.
By order ot Mi:. M. HYMAN, I will sell
at" I'liblie Auction, ar Ids Residence,
King street, (on account of departure),
On FRIDAY, April 22nd,
AT 10 O'CMM'.K A H .
The Entire Household Furniture
B, W. Parlor Bet,
Upholstered in KawSilK;
Wicker Furiiituie, Axmhister Ktig.s,
1 Eleg, Inlaid Parisian Bouffee,
Curtains & I'oles, Patent, Rockers, '
15. W. Hat Uaek with Bev. Mirrors,
Lady's Mahogany Secretaire, j
.Steel Bn'TuvhiKS. Ebony Pedestal.
Ohandelil.s & Uruckct Lamps.
j 1 Square Weber Piano
In good condition,
1 Fine Koii Sideboard,
t B. W. Kxteu. Dining Table & Cliulrs,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
I! IJ. W. Maiblu-top Bedroom Sets,
1 Eieg, B.Y. Cheffonier Wardrobe
With Dressing Mirrors,
Hair & Spring Mattraases,
lied & Tablo Linen,
1 Household Sewing Machine,
Kitchen Stove & Utensils, lee Box,
1 Drnnnell Family Carriage,
1 Phaeton, Sets Harness,
1 Imported Carriage Horso,
Etc., Etc., Etc, Etc.
BSf Premises open for Inspection 011
Thursday, April iUU from 10 a. in. to
U p, 111.
J AS. P. MORGAN,
? 'it Auctioneer.
V OTIC'E Is hereby given to all parties
I 1 concerned that 1 will pay no debts
1 conti acted In my name without my
I written order,
I J. II. BLACK.
1 Honolulu, April 18, 181)2, 3U5 3t
Mli.lt. 0. UAUNFIELD holds e.asses
iu Drawing and Palatine; at hit
studio, Hotel street, back of Drt. Ander
son & Lundy, " 841 tf
THE MUTUAL LIFE
ftNmA.ita a. .u cob) em
Issues Every Desirable Form
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
Its Now Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by
tter For full particulars apply to
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. HOOK MATS.
Rubber, superior quality; lettered
"Alolm," "Welcome," and plain
Coeoanut Mats, u dedrable assort
ment. "Steel Scraper Mats, (raetical, ser
viceable. J66f Call and examine our stock.
Amnion SMes by Lowis J. Levey.
Notice is hereby glvi'ii that in accord- '
auee with the law iu such unso niacin and '
provided, 1 will e.iuso 10 be sold the
win e.iuso 10 do roki inn
taken bv m
1 Black Walnut Bedroom Set, 1 Koll
Matting, 1 Wilcox & Gibb's Sewing
Machine, 1 Chest nt Drawers, 1 Spring
Matlrass, 1 Wire Spilng and 1 Wool
Mattrassos, 1 Pino Itcdstcad, 1 II. W.
Babv Crib, 1 B. W. Chairs. 1 B. W. ltd. i
Table, 1 Knucj Round Tabic. 4 I?"gs, 1
Hammock Chair. 1 Hanging Lamp.
jjgy Said Sale will lake v'.aeo at the
Auction Salesrooms of LKi IS .1. LE
VEY, Auctioneer, eoriK-r of Fort and
On WEDNESDAY, April 20th,
AT IJi O'CLOCK XOOV.
385 I fir GOO KIM.
FROM a A. M. TO 5 P. M. '
Q Goaa FriQay, April 151li,
Factory ai Bakery,'
F. HORN, Proprietor.
! T ATrTJl O "D A WT "XT
LU V ill W JjiiJllllli I
APRIL in, 1892.
tSir Quality Well-known? J
For San Francisco.
M'lio Flno Iturlc
" .A. T 33 32J TR, JCV,
Will sail for the above port on ) about
APUIL IS. 18l), j
SSf For Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD 4 CO., '
UtU 3t Agents '
For San Francisco,
rrii T'Mmi Bui'icdiu ino
"PLANT B-Q K."
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
3P4 at Agents
Wtittii .you wane a Portrait
Enlarged call 011 King Bros.,
trot their price lint mid see
samples. They can't be beat,
vt 111 sail tor tUo above ports on or about , war i-ounu uie piaeo to buy New anil Second-hand Furniture of all kinds at
ApiTr . lu o,,j, ' lowest prices, tho I. X. L., coiuor Xuiiumi and Kins streets.
. WI I, I 8, 1 SOJ-. , ttgr. jicdroon. Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Uoxes, Stoves Chairs, Hanglnjr Lamps
r For Parage apply to Rug, ''f. ?'' , etc., sold cheap for cash at' thi ? I. X. L "STrSer Z'
1 04 Fort Street,
Boys' Calico Shirt Waist for 25cts.
Children's Corset Waist for 40cts.
IN ALL SIZJCS. A NEW ASSORTMENT OP
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADKS
Antique Lace Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
. . . .. . - . -
PACIFIC HABDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Goods by
Tools & Bmpiements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE. LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
'"From 1 Gallon to S00 Gallons).
fi We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
lociety of the
Liabilities, 4. percent " $11 0,000,000.00
SURPLUS:..'. $ 25,000,000.00
New Business Written in 1891 $230, 000, OOP. 00
Assurance in Force $800, 000, OOP. 00
, The 32d Annual Statement will be issued hereafter ; in
!the interval the foregoing figures will show approximately
I the chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. G&RTWRIGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
B. P. EHLEES & CO.
I . ! FOOT
! biking Stock wo offer supcijor values for less than former
CHENILLE I'OIITIEKES, FUOM $0.50 UPWARD,
ftdies" Ac Oliildreii'H OoNwamer
AT ALL STYLES AND PUIOES.
GENTS' SBIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFfS.
socks and scarfs at cost.
tf Dressmaking under the management of MISS K. CLARKE.
P. 0. BOX 480.:
"Wont Cor. Niiuuiiii Jto TCiR BtrcotN.
L xfLicoCrZlLiS "JJztr yr Furniture, etc., at the
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ter Steamer mid Veranda Chairs, Sofas, Bed Lounges, Baby Cribs, Olotbei
S,)I a1,lrU8' "a,UOiL Ment sifes' 'l'"'k, etc" "old 1 at the Tlowes
ami King streets. nwI StL'0l'd-haud Furniture House, corner Nuu
' w LfcLfclibH'
i JW Store Opeu Saturday
OF NEW YORK.
of Policy I
FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLIARS.
any Insurnnco Company.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Late Arrivals !
prices In evory
: MUTUAL TEL. 00.:
Evenings till 9 o'olook. -