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The School Agents thioughout the
Kingdom are hereby requested lo ic
port to the omci'of the- Boiud of Ed
ucation, the nntnes of nil public school
teachers who wero picsont at their re- I
spectivo posts at the opening of the I
term beginning On the 25th inst., with I
the nninber of pupils present in each I
department on that date.
By order of the Board of Eduea
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Oflice, of the Board of Education,
April 1(1, 1892.
Tenders for Purchase of Ha
Nolico is horcby given that, undei
authority of Chapter 38, Session Laws
of 1888, "An Act io give gi eater seen
lily lo Depositors in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank," the Postmaster
eneral oilers for sale sffiO.OOO of Cou
pon Bonds of the Hawaiian Govern
ment, such bonds to be issued in the
denomination of One Thousand Dol
lars each, redeemable in not less than
livo years nor moio than twenty
yens, with inteiest 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 they are issued as
security for the l'ostal Savings Bank
Tenders for the purchase of the
whole or any part of said bonds will
be received at the office of the Bcgis
trar of Public Accounts, Finance De
partment, up to 12 o'clock noon on
Tuesday, 20th day of Apiil, 18!)2.
The Postmaster General does not
bind himself to accept any tender, or
the whole of any tender.
l'oslm as tej -General.
Dated April 11, 1SJI2.
H. A. Wide.majc.v,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign Allans.
J. N. Sl'ENCKH,
Minister of Interior. '
V. Austin Wiiitino,
.r u. xl.
fhulu fu Refiti
SATURDAY, APRIL 1G, 1892.
In this issue is contained an inte
resting historical gleaning, which has
been translated and adapted from an
old Hawaiian print, by Mr. Solomon
Mehcula, a native compositor in the
Bulletin ollice. The stone of immo
lation referred to in the sketch has
been the subject of a good deal of
discussion by local historians.
The sad nes appears in this paper
of the death of Hon. George E.
Richardson, Circuit Judge of the
Second Judicial Circuit. Mr. Rich
ardson had served his country faith
fully and well in several capacities,
lie had been Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Maui. When the late Hon.
L. Aholo was attending the Legisla
ture of 1881, -his place as Police Jus
tice of Wailuku was filled by Mr.
Richardson as deputy. The lamented
gentleman was a Representative from
Wailuku in the Legislature of 188G.
He was appointed Circuit Judge of
Maui in January, 1887, holding the
position till death. Col. John Rich
ardson of Her Majesty's staff is a
brother. The late judge was edu
cated at lolani College, Honolulu,
lie was of quiet, cultivated manners,
and numbered his friends all over
ONE PHASE OF THE BrHRINC SEA
The New York Nation elucidates
a predicament in which the United
States is placed with regard to her
own seal fishermen. For establish
ing the close season in the Bchring
Sea the following statute was passed :
"No person shall kill any otter, mink,
marten, sable, or fur seal, or other
fur-hearing animal within the limits
of Alaska Territory or the waters
thereof." Congress would not delino
the limits in question because, that
being the subject of dispute pending
between the United States and Great
Uritarn, such a definition would im
ply that the United Stales had herself
entertained a doubt in the matter,
which it required a statutory declara
tion to remove. An attempt was made
lo remedy this omission by an amend
ment that declared the statute "to in
clude and apply lo all the dominion
of the Unjted States in the waters of
Bchring Sea." The Nation points
out that the amendment leaves the
meaning of the statuto unchanged.
Doubt or no doubt on the part of
successive governments, there are
many intelligent publicists in the
United States who hold that the
national atithoiity docs not extend
beyond the three-mile limit from
shore. American seal fishermen
whose occupation is destroyed by the
close season naturally agree with this
opinion, which is backed by no less
an authority than Woolsoy's Inter
national Law as follows:
"The recent controversy between
Great Biitain and the United States,
involving the right of British sub
jects to catch seals in North Pacillc
waters, appears to be an attempted
revival of those old claims to jurisdic
tion over broad stretches of sea.
That an international agreement
establishing a rational oloSc season
for the fur seal is wise and necessary,
no one will dispute. But to prevent
foreigners from sealing on the high
seas, or within the Kamtchatkan
Sea (which is not even enclosed by
American territory, its west and
northwest shores being Russian), is
as unwarranted as if England should
warn fishermen of other nationalities
off the Newfoundland Banks."
Aecouling to the Nation the cap
lain of an American cruiser seizing
an American vessel for sealimr out
side the three-mile limit might ren
der himself liable for damages be
cause his action is without authority
of law. The Nation 'ays: "Peiliaps
there would be ditllculties in the way
of enfoicing Aineiican sailors' rights
in the pi onuses, but those rights
are none the less clear. They are
whatever Congress lias made Ihein.
They cannot be abridged by mere
act of the Executive. Any ollicer
enforcing an order not sanctioned by
law does so at his peiil."
On the other hand, it is pointed
out that the British fisherman, under
the international prohibition of fish
ing constituting the modus ctvendt,
does not stand in the same relation
to his own government as the Ameri
can does to his. When the modus
viceitdi was broached last year, Lord
Salisbury applied to Parliament for
authority to enforce it. Such author
ity was given by an act which em
powers the Queen, by Order in
Council, to prohibit the taking of
seals by British ships in any part of
Behr'uiE Sea defined by the older.
The Nation says that although Lord
Salisbury did not exceed his author
ity when he entered into the modus
vicendi, the probability is that Presi
dent Harrison exceeded his author
ity when he entered into it. The
Supreme Court has declined at pre
sent to consider the question whether
the United States' jurisdiction ex
tends beyond the three-mile limit or
or not. "But it will undoubtedly
consider the question at a time when
it was no longer in controversy with
a foreign Government, and where
the property of American citizens
was alone involved."
The Bulletin was happy to re
ceive a call this morning f i om Mrs.
Laura (J. R. Searing, of. Santa Cuiz,
Cal., introduced by letter from i he
editor of the Binghamlou, N. Y.,
Republican, of which she is the ac
credited correspondent. Mrs. Sear
ing is also a contributor to leading
periodicals under the pen name of
"Howard Glyndon." Unfortunately
she has lost her voice and hearing
by an attack of grip, and came here
by the baikcnline V. II. Dimond to
spend a few weeks in the islands for
recuperation. She is accompanied
by a daughter under 12 years of
age, who being expert in the deaf
mute alphabet is of great assistance
to her mother in conversation with
By the Dimond there also an ived
a young lady vocalist, Miss Thekla
Bohu ol Chicago. Miss Boliu also
has had the misfortune lo lose her
voice and is trying to regain it by
travel. She has studied her art in
Mrs. K. Atwator, sister-in-law of
Mr. V. O. Atwater, and Miss Brew
er, sister of Miss Brewer, principal
of Punahou Preparatory School, were
passengers from San Krancisco by
the bark S. C. Allen.
HE IS VERY WOOLLY.
Atlanta (Ga.), March 27. Peter
Patrick, a negro 05 yeais old living
near Rulledgc, hears a remarkable
resemblance to a sheep. His skin is
black, hut his head, face and the ret
of his body ure covered with long,
thick white wool. The wool on his
body appeared when lie was 12 yeais
old, and was perfectly white then,
lie has a special fondness for sheep
and often sleeps in their pun. The
wool on his body grows bo rapidly
that he is sheared twice a year, and
his fleece is sold.
Theic is no danger fiom whooping
cough when Chainbci Iain's Cough
Remedy is freely given. It liquefies
the lough, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration. It also lessens
the severity and frequency of the
paroxysms of coughing, and insures
a speedy recovery. There is not the
least danger in giving it to children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substance. At) cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
st. Andrew's catiiedual.
Easter Day: 0:510 a. in., celebra
tion of the Holy Communion (choral) ;
11 n. in., morning prayer and Easier
sermon ; Holy Communion after
morning scrvico; !1:SU) p. m., Hawai
ian evensong, baptism and sermon ;
7:5)0 p. in., evensong with sermon.
Special Easter hymns and psalms will
be sung during the services. -
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow (Easter Sunday) will be
as follows :
Celebration of the Holy Communion.
Morning Prayer, Seiiuon and Holy Com
munion. Festival Responses .Tallls
Confession Special Setting
ICastor Pnlm Grand Chant
IV Doiim lu K Hal Dudley Iluek
.1 uhllate In K Wiay Taylor
Anthem "They have taken away my
Loi u' htainer
Uvinii 1!U "Jesus Christ is iNen to-
Soi moil Rev. Alex. Mitrkintnili.
Ilvinn 127 "At the Lamb's high
Kvrieand Sau-ttw King Hall lu ('
Gioila lu Exeelsis Old Chant
Nunc Dlmlttls Heethoveii
0::!0 n. in.
livuii-ong with Sermon.
Proper PmiIiiw Double Chant
l'utival Rcpoue Tallls
Magnificat In K Toms
Xitnu Dimlttl In F Toiif,
Solo: "I know that in' Itedecinor
Choral: "To God on High'....
Fiom ut. Paul
Hvnin i:U ".Iwii Christ liseii to-
ui iiKin Rev. John Usbnrnu.
Hymns 110 "Jesus lives no longer
CEXntAI, UNION C1IUUCII.
Easter sermon and song at 11 a.
in. Easter praise service at 7 :.'!() p.
in. Besides appropriate hymns to
he sung by the choir and congrega
tion, the choir will render the follow
ing anthem : .
God hath Appointed a Day Tours
'hiistthe Loid is Risen Hiiek
Kaster 11 inn, arranged by Noello.
OliiNt our P.iwiver Buck
The Stnfe is o'er Mendelssohn
Alio a l.itlie trio and a gentlemen's
All nic Invited.
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
null on Saturday ami Sunday at 7:550
p. in. Saturday's topic: "The King
of the Jews." Reference Malt. 2.
Y. M. C.
Evangelistic services in the Y. M.
C. A. hull, C :'J0 to 7:lu p. in. Topic:
Unbelief the sin of sins. John 1:17
21. CATHOLIC GATIIUDUAL.
High Mass, 10 a. in. ; Rosary,
Sermon, Benediction, .3 p. in.
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.
Louis Martinez alias Andrew
Fisher, the prisoner who was caught
on Thursday, was tried in the Police
Court this morning. He was charged
witli violating Sec. 15, Chapter 11,
ofthe Penal Code, on the night of
April 11th, by bi en king and entering
Uie Waikiki dwelling house of Mrs.
J. Lemon, and committing a felony
therein. The "spoils" consisted of
a bundle of bed clothing, cooking
utensils and other sundry articles
for housekeeping. These were found
by 1'olice ollicer Horace Crabbe in
the hintana hushes near Kapiolani
Paik and ivere identified with the ex
ception of a rug and towel b- Mrs.
Lemon. Moealoha, a co-escapee
from the prison gang, also implicat
ed in the larceny of the articles
named, turned state's evidence and
the case against him was nol. pros'd.
'His evidence tended lo show that
Fisher enticed Moealoha off. Police
Justice Foster, after reviewing the
evidence, committed the prUoncr
tor trial to the Supreme Court.
AN ANCIENT RELIC.
An "ipu lioloholona" (fisherman's
receptacle), a iclic of ancient times,
lias been placed on exhibition in the
window of the Golden Rule Bazaar
by J. Allan, to whom it had been
given temporarily. Tho relic is
somewhat in the shape of a pumpkin
and is a specimen of some very (bill
cull work. The inside is made of
koa wood, also the cover, and the
outside is of iele. The twining of
the itu'e is so close and tough that al
though battered about it lias sur
vived these many years. It was
made before the time of Kamelia
ineha I., and was the pioperly of
Makaku, a chief, biolhcr of Kaina
lalawalu, King ol Maui at that time.
It is used as a receptacle for gems
(moini), and other valuables, besides
fisherman's tackle when the chief is
out llslung, and wa only in the pos
session of high chief). Hon. C. It.
Bishop has expressed a desire to
purchaho the relic tor the Bishop
.Museum al lCanichuuicliu Schools.
PRAISE FOR THE
W's, the underoigued, desUe lo ex
press through our columns our high
appreciation of the wnikdoue by our
present live Bond Supervisor, V. II.
L'unimiiigrt, on the Insane Asylum
road, The woi I; has been done
quickly and wen. Since the com
pletion of the load the Iralllc has in
creased. One moru good road has
been added to Ihe diives of Hono
V. S. NmiiiAM,
and 12U others.
Honolulu, April 15, 189:2,
This is the query per
What Is petually on your little
boy's lips. And lie is
It For? no worse than the big
ger, older, balder-headed
boys. Life is nn interrogation
point. "What is it for?" we con
tinually cry from the cradle to the
grave. So with Ihis little introduc
tory sermon we turn and nsk: "What
is August Flowkk i'ok ?' ' As easily
answered as nsked : It is for Dys
pepsia. It is a special remedy fot
the Stomach and Liver. Nothing
more than this ; but this brimful.
We believe August Flower cures
Dyspepsia. We know it will. We
have reasons for knowing it. Twenty
years ago it started ina small country
town. To-day it has an honored
place in every city and country store,
possesses one of the largest manu
facturing plants in the country and
sells everywhere. Why is this ? The
reason is as simple as a child's
thought. It is honest, does one
thing,' and does it right along it
G. G. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Woodbiiry.NJ.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
By order of Mit. 51. 11Y.MAN. I will sell
at Public Auction, at his Residence,
King street, (on account of departure),
On PHIDAY, April 2Siiul,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
The Entire Household Furniture
B. W. Parlor Set,
Upholstered In Raw Silk;
Wicker Furniture, Axininster Rugs,
1 Eleg, Inlaid Parisian Bouffee,
Curtains & Poles, Patent. Rockers,
B. XV. Hat Hack with licv. Mirrors",
i Lady's Mahogany Secretaire,
Steel Engi livings, Ebony Pedestal,
GhandelFeis & Bracket Lamps.
1 Square Weber Piano
In good condition,
1 Fine Koa Sideboard,
B. XV. Exten. Dining Talile A: Chairs,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
'.! B. XV. Marble-top Bedroom Sets.
1 Eleg. B.W. Cheffonier Wardrobe
With Dressing Mirrors,
Hair & Spiing MattrasM'g,
Bed A: Table Linen,
1 Household Sewing Machine,
Kitchen btove & Utensils, Ice Nov,
1 Grunnell Family Carriage,
1 Pliaetou, Sets Harness,
1 Imported Carriage Horse,
Etc., Etc., Etc..
BSzf Premises open for inspection on
Thursday, April 21st, from 10 a. in. to
:i p. m.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
30B Ot Auctioneer.
Auction Siles by Lewis J. Levey.
Kotlee is hereby given iluit in accord
ance with the law in sueh caso mndo and
provided, I will cause to he sold the
Household riirultuieofT. U. 5IOGUIBE
taken by me In distraining for rent,
1 Black Walnut Bedioom Set, 1 Boll
Matting, 1 Wilcox & Glhh's Sowing
Machine, 1 Chest of Drawers, 1 Spring
Maltrass, 1 Wire Sluing and 1 Wool
Mattnissei, 1 Pine Bedstead, 1 B. W.
Baby (lib, B. XV. ( hairs. 1 B. W. ltd.
Table, 1 Fancy Bound Table. 4 B-gs, 1
Hummock Chair 1 Hanging I. amp.
M8T Said Sale will take rhiec at the
Auction Salesroom of LEWIS J. LK
VKY, Auctioneer, corner of Fort and
On WEDNESDAY, April 20th.
AT IK U'CMICU .voo.v.
:t85 let GOO KIM.
For San Francisco.
"I lio FMno Ilai'Jc
Will fall for the above poit on or about
APRIL 18, I 8iU,
tQf For Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
HOI at Agents
For San Francisco.
'I ln JMih UurlCMiitlnu
" I sA.S 'JC iiJ 12,"
Will sail for the above ports on or about
.iVmtlJL, IS, 18iM.
a)f For Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD A CO.,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
KICIIAICO A. McUUJCDY,
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLl ARS, .
Its New Distribution Policy is the most libcrul ever offered by any Insurance Compauy.
toy For full particulars apply to
fig. JB. JROSIO.
1-91 General Ap;cnt for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOORMATS. DOOB MATS. j
Rubber, superior quality; lettered I
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Coeoatiut Mats, a desirable assoit
ment. Steel Surapcr Mats, practical, ser
viceable. tSf Call and examine our stock.
JUNE 11, 1892.
1st BAGE BICYCLE BACE.
1-Mile DaMi. Free for all.
2d BAOE-"QUEEN LILIUOKA
Running Bice, J-Mile Daub. Free
3d BACE "LUNAMAKAAINANA
TiottinK and Pacing for Ha
waiian Bred Horbes to Harness.
Mile Heats; best 2 in '.).
lth BACE "GOVERNOR'S CUP."
Running Race. iJ-Mile Dash for
Hawaiian Bred Horses.
5th RACE "KALAKAUA CUP."
Running Baee. Mile Dash. Ha
waiian Bred Hoises owned by
mcmhciK of the Club.
fith BACE FUTURITY STAKES.
Running Race, $-Mile Dash Fori
2-yenr-uld, Hawaiian Hied.
7th BACE-"HONOLULU PLATE."
Trotting and Pacing to Harness,
lor all llorseb not having a lecord
of 3 Minutes or bettor. Mile
Heats; best 2 in 3.
8th RACE-"ROSITA CHALLENGE
Running Race. 1-Mile Dash. AVin
ner to beat record of "Angie A."
l.lii.t. Piee for all.
9lh RACE WA1MANALO PLATE.
Running Race. j-Milu Heats.
Rent 2 in 3. Hawaiian Bred Hoi
ses. 10th RACE KAPIOLANI PARK
'I lotting and Pacing to Harness.
Mile Heats; best 3 in fi. Fiee for
lltli RACE " KAMKHAMEHA
Running Bace, lj-Mile Dash.
Hawaiian Bicd Horses.
12th RACE-"PRESII)ENT CUP."
Running Baee, lA-Milc Dash.
Free for all.
l.'llli RACE JOCKEY CLUB POST
Sweepstakes iO, Trotting and
Pacing to Harness. Mile Heats;
best 2 in 3. Horses tolJn driven
by Members of the Club.
Mlh RACE "OCEANIC S. S'. CO.
Running Race, J-Mile Dash.
Hawaiian Bred Horses.
loth RACE PON V RACE.
Running Buco, 1-Mile Dash. Ha
waiian Bled, for Ponies 14 IiiiiuIh
and under. Cutch-woiglil.
lGlh RACE MULE RACE.
Running Race, I-.Milo Dash. Ha-!
waiian Bred. Cutcli-weiglil. I
Hawaiian Jockey Club,
3!)1 Id TlIK COMMITTKK.
V OTICE Is hereby ghen to all paitlus
i concerned that I will pay no debts
contracted lu my name without my
J. H. HLnK.
Honolulu, April 18, 181)2. 3U5 lm
,I B. B. 0. UABNK1KLD holds o.asses
ItJ lu Drawlug und Paluting at his
studio, Hotel street, back of-Drs. Auder-
,i iou ; Luudy, Ml it
Issues Every Desirable Form of
B BaJ'ii 3
1 04 Fort Street,
Boys' Calico Shirt Waist for 25cts.
Children's Corset Waist for 40cts.
IN ALL SI.KS. A NHW ASSORTMENT OF
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADES AND COLOBS.
Antique Lace Scrim "Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO, LU,
New Goods by
PLANTATIO N S UPPL1 KS,
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
'From 1 Gallon to SOU Gallons).
SSy We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
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i m mMmm uie
Society of the United States.
JANUARY I, 1892.
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
SUHPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
JVew Business Written in 1891 $280, 000, OOP. 00
.Assurance in Force $800, 000, 000. 00
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. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
B. P. EHLBfiS & CO.
OO FOKT llPKlSIfil1.
After Inking Stock wo offer supeiior values for less than former pilees lu every
CHKNILLK PORTIERES, FROM $0.50 UPWARD,
X-.fidieN' Ac liilli-en' (aossamer
AT ALL STYLES AND PRICES.
1 GEUTS' SBIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFfS,
SOCK-i AND SCARFS AT COST.
RF Dressmaking under the management of MISS K CLARKE.
; p. o. box 480. : m mL
AVowt Cor. Niiimnii te King MtreotH,
6f If you want to save time und money buy your Furniture, etc., at tho
I. X. L corner Nuuaiiii and King streets.
ROT Found the plueo to buy New and Second-hand Furniture of all kinds at
lowest prices, the I. X. L., coiner Nuiianu and King streets.
Wfir Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Chairs, Hauglng Lamps,
Bugs, Biueaus, Cheffonlers, etc., sold cheap for cash at the I. X. L., corner Nuu
unu and King sheets.
I Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Sofas, Bed Lounges, Baby Cribs, Clothes
Baskets, Sowing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., eold at the lowest
cash puces at the I. X. L., New and Second-hand Furniture House, corner Niui
auu ami King streets.
S. W. LEDERER,
v$r Store Open Suturday
OF NEW YORK.
Late Arrivals !
m j : mutual tel. oa :
Evimhitfs till 0 o'clock, -m
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