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V BY AUTHORITY.
. ill InrwSwPfi' ))
$500 REWARD !
The nbovu reward will bo paid to
any one giving information leading
to the arrest and cutiviution of tlio
paily or parties guilty of lutudcriug
tlif Chinaman (name unknown),
whose body was found in the harbor
on Sunday morning, Iho 17th hist.
C1IAS. B. WILSON,
Matslial of the Kingdom.
Marshal's Ollico, Honolulu, April
18, 1802. MS lw
Tenders for Purchase of Ha
Notice is hereby given that, under
authority of Chapter 158, Session Laws
of 1888, "An Act to givogioater seoii
lily to Depositors in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Hank," tho Postnuistcr
(Jenoral oilers for sale .ffiO.OUO 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
llvu years nor more than twenty
years, with interest at six percent pur
annum, payable semi-annually, piin
eipal and interest payable in U. S.
gold coin, the bonds to express on
their face that they are issued as
security for the Postal Savings Hank
Tenders for the purchase of the
whole or any part of said bonds will
be received at the ollice of the Regis
trar of Public Accounts, Finance De
partment, up to 12 o'clock noon on
Tuesday, 2tJth day of Apiil, 1S!)2.
The Postmaster General does not
bind himself to accept any tender, or
the whole of any tender.
WALTER II JUL,
Dated April 11, 1S!)2.
II. A. WlDKMANN,
Minister of Pinnnco.
Minister of Koieign A Hairs.
C. N. Si'K.nci:u,
Minister of Interior.
W. Austin Wiiitinis,
The School Agents throughout the
Kingdom are hereby leiiucsted to re
port to the ollice of the Board of Ed
ucation, the names of all public- school
teachers who weie piesent at their re
spective posts at the opening of the
term beginning on the 25th inst., with
the number of pupils piesent in each'
department on that date.
By ordei of the Boaid ol Educa
tion. W. .IAS. SMITH,
Oilieo of the Boa id of Education,
April l(i, 1892.
PletineU to neither Sect nor Partys
But rttablished for the bcnclit of all.
MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1892.
The Chinese arc making a frightful
record of crime for themselves. Tliuj
are responsible for ueaily all the
murders committed in this kingdom
within the past decade. Their mur
ders are peculiarly barbarous. It i
not long since one of them was hacked
with knives at Moiliili and then left
by the murderers and incendiaries to
have his remnant ot life roasted out
of him in his blazing cabin. There
were nearly a dozen rulllans concern
ed in the horrible work, but efforts
to convict all or any of them proved
fruitless. That was the third murder
by Chinese within a few years, in the
city of Honolulu, in which the mur
derers went unwhipped of justice.
Keadeis will remember the slaying
with an ax of a Chinaman at Kawai- j
ahao, and the atrocious assassination t
of a woman near the Chinese Theater, j
A case of Chincbc infanticide was re- i
legated for trial to the Supreme Court ;
only a few days ago, when in one day
the community is given to seo two
dead Chinese bodies in the bay ono
that of an infant and the oilier of an
unknown grown man.
It is very Ipird to ferret out Chi
nese criminals. Naturally, owing to
their absolute isolation in the lower
orders from other nationalities, de
pendence has to be placed on infor
mation and evidence of their country
men in following up whatever clues
may be available. Their country
men cannot he trusted llmt they will
not betray Iho innocent for roward
us readily as they would the guilty.
When the crime js .committed under
decree of one of their oath-bound
9ccret societies, the tracks are gen
erally well covered and each member
knows Unit betrayal of the perpetra
tors menus certain death to the be
trayer. Thu i ovulations of the courts
indicate Unit recently some of these
secret societies, for which the Chi
nese are notorious, have become
active in this community. Laws that
have been passed to prevent such
dangerous organizations irom gelling
a f.iolliold here seem to have failed
of their purpose. At all events Chi
nese lawlessness seems more rife
now than for a long lime previously.
The respectable Chinese residents
of Honolulu should feel concerned
about the disrepute Hint must attnch
itself to their race from ils prepon
derance in the criminal annals of the
kingdom. They undoubtedly have
It in their power to lender the author
ities valuable aid in putting down and
keeping down crime among the lower
ranks of their fellow-countrymen.
Knowing the habits and modes of
organization in vogue among their
race better than people of other
nationalities can ever learn, their
knowledge might be put to good ac
count in miligaling the prevalence of
crime which is tending to make
the anti-Chinese feeling go beyond
the moderate bounds to which it has
hitherto been coiitlned. There is a
possibility of a social element being
added to the labor element of the
anti-Chinese position, which will car
ry the question beyond that of merely
preventing Chinese competition in
mechanical industry and mercantile
trade from increasing. Therefore, it
is hoped lint intluenlial Chinese in
the community will confer with each
other, with a view to setting meas
ures on foot for aiding the authori
ties in stopping the carnival of Chi
to I ii I ve risen !
Sutitl hut 1'nllN
The Schmidt dredge, as mentioned
in Saturday's paper, was towed out
to its scene of action on tin; liar. It
began at a ;10-foot depth and was
working into the bar. Everything
worked satisfactorily through Satur
day night. Karly in the forenoon of
yesterday the drill struck an old
wreck, uislodinng a piece or iron
weighing 800 pounds, which
brought on board, also an anchor.
Several blades of the drill weie brok
en by contact with the iron debris.
The damage is not great and will soon
be repaired. It is supposed that the
wreckage belongs to the whaling bark
Nautilus, Captain Duncan, wrecked
:52 years ago on the Waikiki side of
Lite harbor bar while she was being
towed out, homeward bound with a
full cargo of oil. She went down
immediately and became a total
wreck. Divers from the Marine Rail
way went down after the accident to
the dredge and located the wreck.
The di edge has been towed back to
the harbor for icpairs. Its woik up
to the accident was thoroughly satis
factory. Mr. C. II. Eldredge, of
Win. G. Irwin & Co.'s ollice, recalls
that when he was coming into Hono
lulu in 1879 on the steamer City of
New Yoik, the vessel grounder! on
the bar and a large quantity of pig
iron was thiown ovei board to lighten
ship. The dredge operatois will have
to keep an eye open for the pig iron.
NOT GENERALLY KNOWN.
Kiii'roK JJri.i, i.tin:
The 1'. C. Advertiser is given to
romance, discovery, invention, and
revelation. Scarcely an issue of that
enterprising journal fails to present
its readeis with a revelation of some
remaikahlc lomauce, discovery, or
This morning's paper records thai
Mr. Dillingham imported the "black
polled Angus" breed of quadrupeds
from the United State-,. This start
ling fact has not hitherto been gen
erally known. Indeed, it is generally
believed that the Hon. J. I. Dowtett
imported the black polled Angus
cattle from Scotland by way of the
United States, and that the various
crosses of thai breed now existing on
these islands originated from that
The same issue of the inventive
Adveitiser also contains the informa
tion that Mr. II. G. Treadway, now
in town, is Deputy Sheriff of Muni.
Hitherto the public! and the friends
of that gentleman believed him to be
Tax Assessor lor the Island of Maui,
and to have no connection whatever
with the Police department. Hut the
luminous and illuminating Advertiser
has, with one stroke of ils mighty
pen, suddenly and forever dispelled
the illusion. Accuracy.
On Saturday evening while Capt.
Ivamaua of the Police force was
standing outside the Anchor saloon,
on the corner of King and Nuutinu
street?, ho was accosted by two Chi
nainen. .Ah You, tho speaker, of
fered Ifamana a bribe of SfiO if he
would in some way manage to hand a
package of lensce opium to a pris
oner named Aheong. The olllcer was
surprised at the hiazen offer and per
emptorily placed the bribers under
arrest. Ah You was convicted on
the above evidence in tho Polico Court
this morning ami was sentenced to
pay a line of Sol).
THE BULLETIN is the leading
A dally paper of the Kingdom. 5U
cuius pur mourn
In Mriiiurj' ot ttt. Kov. Hermann
KocUt-inutm, Itlwlioi'i ot (Mini.
NoTnore! Hut while we speak the
Willi bead bowed low in weeping,
V holier watch upon bis fold,
Our sacicd dead is keeping.
Sweet sleep I Way-wot u the tired h"iu t
Kind's even's icsl unending.
Sweet leep, to feel the face of God,
In tender love oVr-bending.
Heaven claimed its own .1 life-time's
A mighty conseciation;
Upon em Ill's Miciilieial shrine,
The holiest immolation,
Hawaii in love come bid thy seas,
A eiown of praise be wreathing,
Far oh", and think his pcciless Rhino,
A requiem is lueatbing.
Gieat Geiinany, among thy sons,
M lie bravo than he what otherV
A Cbiislian knight, a soldier-piiesl,
Messed oll'spiing of blessed mother.
Ptoml Uhiuc-liind, 'iicalh whose dis
First bioke his life's bright morn
ing, Dill prouder isles whete waits thc
The resunection's dawning.
What memories crowd though pale
"God's will, be questioned never,"
Sweet, thoughts that place lhat sainted
Within our own forever.
A siirplieed priest, I see him still,
The lovo ol Olnist confessing, .
Pass down the long Cathedial aisle,
The dusky childicn blcssiim.
"Foibid them not," ah, ne'er in vain
These woids to hi in weie given ;
Oh holy Benedicite,
He bieatbetit still in Heaven!
Mahy F. Coomuok.
San .lose. Cab, Maich, 18l')2.
In All tlir
The time-honored anniversary of
ihc resurrection of the Saviour of the
World was celebrated in the Angli
can. Catholic and Congregational
chin dies yesterday by great congre
gations. At St. Andtew's Cathedral
the Bishop's sei vices in every case
weie largely attended. Rev. John
Usborne, who icceiitly arrived from
Canada, assisted His Lordship, giv
ing the addresses on the "seven
words from the cioss" at 1 :30 p. in.
.Mrs. Gray led the music with her
well-known ability, and the boys'
choir voiced the services sweetly.
There were also large attendances
at the services of-the second congre-
i i: ..i- l? a ...I.....). if o . m ..
U.lliuu oi .'I Jiuuiuu a. it ir.tju .i.
m. the service was choral. Hie edi
lice was so crowded that chairs had
to be brought in to accommodate
some lardy worshippers. The music
was of a high older. Solos were
hciiutifulty sung by Mrs. Tenney,
Miss Dowsett, Miss May Atkinson,
.Missis. 1 May and F. M. English.
Mr. Wray Tavloi manipulated the
organ with his accustomed skill, and !
a Jubilate in F was his own composi
tion. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh intoned
the service. He was assisted in the
Ic'sons by Mr. Usborne Mr. Mack-
I iutosh preached an appropiiate ser-
mon, emphasizing the essential na
ture of the doctrine of the icsurrec-
lion. Governor Cleghorn, Admiral
I and Mrs. Brown, and Major Wocle
I house, Hrilish Commissioner, were in
I llic assembly. There was another
1 crowded service of tins congregation
at (i:iiO p. in., when Mr. Usborne
I preachiCr and, in the couise ot praise,
j Miss Kulainaiiit Ward sang the solo,
"1 know that my Itedeemer livelh,"
j from Handel's "Messiah."
I At Central Union Church the
! morning service filled the entire seal-
ing capacity. There was a large
i choir of twelve ladies and as many
i gentlemen. Miss Louise K. Dale of
j Oahu College played a sweet voluu
I tary of old hymn tunes before the
service, a solo was iiiiety sung ny
Mr. Lyman. A beautilul array of
lilies and otlnrllowers decorated the
platfoun, desk and oigan loft. Rev.
Dr. Ik'ckwilh, pastor, preached an
able sermon on the evidences of the
resurrection of Christ. In tho even
ing there was a special praise service.
The soloists were Miss Young, Miss
j Heckwith and Miss Atherloii. A trio
I was sung by Mrs. K. Damon, Miss
'loung and Miss Heckwith.
Kaumakapili Church had ils spa
cious capacity taxed to the utter
most at an Kasler service in Knglish
and Hawaiian at 7 :-lf p. in. Kov. Mr.
Ivamakahiki and James Harboltle, a
Kamehameha pupil, delivered addres
ses. Mr. Wray Taylor, organist, had
the direction of the music. There
was singing by the Kamehameha Glee
Club, the luuimakapili choir and
Miss Kiilamanu Ward. Prince Ka
lauianaolc played a violin solo with
great effectiveness. Queen Liliuoka
lani was in the royal pew. Hawaii
Ponoi was played by the organist as
Her Majesty retired at the close of
The Portuguese Chuieh ol the
Protestant mission held ils (irsl Kaster
service in Hie afternoon. Palms and
flowers nicely decoralcd tho interior.
Kuv. A. V. Soaies conducted the
service, and Dr, ICmerson gave an
address in Kugliblj.
There iB no danger fioin whooping
cough when f Imniberlain's Cough
Remedy is fret I. given. It liquefies
the tough, 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 il contains no injurious
substance. 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Rensou, Smith &
Tun Hruiiswitik are thttlmly Hilliard
J'uiIoid in town, ti-'tl'
" I have been a great
Aathma. sufferer from Asth
ma and severe Colds I
every Winter., and last Fall my
friends as well as myself thought i
because of my feeble condition, and )
great distress from constant cough- ,
ing, and inability to raise any of the j
accunuilaledinattcr from my lungs,
that my lime was close at hand.
When nearly worn out for want of ,
sleep and rest, a friend recommend
ed me to try thy valuable medicine, I
Boschcc's German I
Gontlo, Syrup. I am con-
tv,oi,ir,r fident !t saved my
Refreshing lifc Aimost tilcfirst
Sloop. dose gave mc great
relief and a gentle re
freshing sleep, such as I bad not bad
for weeks My cough began immedi
ately to loosen and pass away, and
' I found myself rapidly gaining in
health and weight. I am pleased
to inform thee unsolicited that I
am in excellent health and do cer
tainly attribute it to thy Boschce's
German Sytup. C. B. Sticknhv,
Picton. Ontaiio." Q
Auction Salus by James F. Morgan.
v order of Mil. M. UYMAN. I will sell
at Public Auction, at his Residence,
King street, (on account of departure),
On FK1DAY, April 23iul,
AT 10 OMII.OOK A. .11 .
The Entire Household Furniture
B. W. Parlor Set,
Upholstered In Raw Silk;
Wicker Fmnituie. Axiniii-ter Rugs,
I Eleg. Inlaid Parisian BoiiiTee,
Curtains & Poles. Patent Rocket,
B. W. Hat Hack with llcv. Mirrors,
1 Lady's Mahogany Secretaire,
.Steel Kngiavluss. Ebony Pedestal,
Chandelk'is & Bracket Lamp-.
1 Square Weber Piano
In good condition,
1 Fine Koa Sideboard,
B. W. Exten. Dining Table & OUiiirs,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
II 15. W. Maible-top Bedroom Sets.
i Eleg, B.W. Clieffonier Wardrobe
With Dressing Mirrors,
Hair & Spiing Mattru.es,
Bed &, Table I.lnen,
1 Household Sewing Machine,
Kitchen Stove & Utcu'-lls, lee I'ox,
1 Crunnell Family Carriage,
1 I'lmctou, Sets Harness,
1 Imported Carriage Horse,,
I5tc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Bf- Premises open for inspection on
Thursday. April Uli-t. fioin 10 u. in. to
:i p. m.
JAS. P. AIOKG-.IN,
Auct.on SMes by Lewis J. Levey.
Notice is heiehy given that hi aeeord
aiieo with the law In micIi enfe made and
provided, I will emise to tie sold the
Household Furniture of T. U. McGUIIiE
taken by me in distraining for lent,
1 Hlaek Walnut Iledroom Set, 1 Iloll
Slatting, 1 Wilcox & Club's Sewing
Machine, 1 Chest of Drawers, 1 Spring
Mat trass, 1 Wire Spiinj; mid I Wool
Vjaltrufrso-i, 1 line lledstead. 1 It. W.
IJuby Crib, 2 B. W. hahs. 1 U. W. lid.
Table, 1 Fancy Kound Table. 4 K"gn, 1
Hammock Oliair, I Hauling Lamp.
Coir Said tfulo will lake phiee at the
Auction Salesiooms of LR'i IS .1. LE
VEY, Auctioneer, corii';r of Fort and
On WEDNE D AY, April 20th,
AT IS '('!. ; XOON.
i!85 lfit OOO KIM.
IN THE MolNERNY BUII DING,
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and aro now
ready to take orders in that line.
A brand new stock of Silk Km
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies and other
artistic goods art offered to the
ladles ol Honolulu,
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
Utrowt, ' d"?o
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO. OF NEW YORK.
ltMUlAKO A. JlcOUltOY. President.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
-,....- ... m . .. .
It hai paid ils members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLIARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is the mo3t liberal over offered by any Insurance Company.
Pay For full particulars applv to
as. JL5. J-OP 10.
1-91 General Agont for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
Seiiximiiblo i woods.
DOORMATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome, " and plain
Cocoanut Mats, a desirable assoil
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. 66$ Call and examine our stock.
JUNE 11, 1892.
. T. tx&
1st RACE BICYCLE RACE.
1-Mile Duh. Free for all.
2d RACE -"QUEEN LILIUOICA
Kumiing R '('', i-Mile Dntdi. Free
3d RACE -"LUNAMAKAAINANA
Trotting and Pacing for Ha
waiian Bred Horses to H unless
Mile Heats; best 2 in II.
4th RACE "GOVERNOR'S CUP."
HunniuK Race. Mile Dush for
Hawaiian Bred Horses.
5th RACE "KALAKAUA CUP."
Running ll.icu. Mile Dash. Ha
waiian Bred Horses owned by
member of the Olub.
Gib RACE FUTURITY
Ituuuini; Race, 4-Mile l).it.li
2-yeai-old, Hawaiian Bred.
7th RACE-"UONOLULU PLATE."
Trotting and Pacing to Harness,
tor nil Horses not having a record
of !i Minutes or better. Mile
He.its; best 2 in !t.
8th RACE-"ROSITA CHALLENGE I
. CUP." I
Running Race. 1-Mile Dnsh. Win
ner to beat record of "Angie A."
1.J3-J. FVee for all.
9th RACE WA1MANALO PLATE.
Running Race. 4"M''e Heats.
Beat 2 in .'1. Hawaiian Bred llor-
10th RACE KAPIOLAN1
'I rotting and Pacing to Harness, j
Mile Hentx; best .1 in fi. Fiee for i
1 1th RACE " KAMEHAMEHA
Running Race, H-Mile
Hawaiian Bred HurM'H.
12th RACE "PRESIDENT CUP."
Running Race, U-Mile Dash
Free for all.
lath RACE JOCKEY CLUB POST!
Sweepstakes .120. Trotting and j
Pacing to HaruebS. Mile Heals; '
best 2 in '.i. U discs to lie driven
by Momheis of the Club,
"OCEANIC S. K. CO.,.
Running Race, J-Mile
Hawaiian Bred Hoioh,
1ith RACE PONY RACE.
Running Race, 1-Mile D.ihh. Ha
waiian Bred, for Ponies II Imnde
and under. Uateh-woight,
IGth RACE MULE RACE.
Runuiut; Race, 1-Mile Dash.
waiian Bred, Catch-weight.
Hawaiian Jockey Clib,
'Wl td Tiik OoMMirrr.i:.
I aeri'ound the place to buy New and Second-hand Furniture of all kinds at
IV OTIOK Is heieby eiven to nil parties I lowest prices, the I. X. L comer Niiiimni and Klny streets.
1 eOTiceined that I will pay no debts j tr Bedroom Sets, Waidiohes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lamps,
contracted In my mine without my Hugs, Bureaus, Cheffonlers, etc., sold cheap for cash at thu I. X. L., corner Nuu
wrlttcn order. aim and King btreets.
.1.11. BLU'K. Jfflr Steamer und Veranda Chairs, Sofas, Bed Lounges, Baby Cribs, Clothes
Honolulu, April 18, 18U-. HDft lm Baskets, Sowing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest
- cash prices at tho I. X. L., New and Second-hand Furniture House, corner Nuu-
wnim you want a 1'oriruit
Enlarged call on Kiiitf Bros,,
it Uicir price UmL ami huh
They cuu't bo boat.
1 04 Fort Street,
Hoys' Calico Shirt Waist for 25cts.
Children's Corset Waist for 40cts.
IN ALL SIZES. A NKW 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
P LA NTATIO N S I IPPLI ES,
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
'From 1 Gallon to SOU tiallons).
t& We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HAKDWARECO., L'd.
Society of the
Liabilities, 4- percent
New Business Written in
Assurance in Force
i The 32d Annual Statement will be issued hereafter ; in
j the interval thu foregoing figures will show approximately
the chief items of the account'.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGIHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian rslands.
i. F. EHLBBS & CO.
1 ITOKT hTBEIiT.
After taking Stock we offer superior values for less than former pilees lu every
OIIENILLK PORTIERES, FROM f(1.50 UPWARD,
l-iUcUeM" Ac yliildioji'N (oHNaiuer
AT ALL STYLUS AND PRIJJU3.
GENTS SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
SOCKS AND SCARFS AT ( OST.
iv DressmakiiiK under the management of MISS K, CLARKE.
: p. o. box 180. :
' , sv If you want to gave time and money buy your Furniture, etc, at the
I, X. L., corner Nuuaiiu and King streets
i " "' vmg streets.
S, W. LEDERER,
W Htoro Oiou Haturday
Late Arrivals !
$800, 000, 000. 00
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le Life Assurance
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