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Tondors for Purchase f Ha
Notice is hereby given Hint, uiuler
authority of Chapter 38, Session Laws
of 1888, "An Act Jo give gieater sceu
rily to Depositors in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank," the Postmaster
General oilers for sale $50,000 of Cou
pon Bonds of the Hawaiian Govern
ment, such bonds to be issued in tho
denomination of One Thousand Dol
lars each, redeemable in not lets than
Jivo yeais nor more than twenty
years, with interest at six percent per
annum, payable semi-annually, prin
cipal and inteiest payable in U. S.
gold coin, the bonds to express on
their face that they are issued as
secuiity for the Postal Savings Bank
Tender, for the ptu chase of tho
whole or any part of said bonds will
be received at the oHiee of the Regis
trai of Public Accounts, Finance De
pigment, up to 12 o'clock noon on
Tuenlay, 20lh day of Apiil, 1802.
The Postmaster General does not
bind himself to accept any tender, or
the whole of any tender.
Dated April 11, 1892.
II. A. WlDKMANN,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foieign A Hairs.
C. N. Sl'KNUKK,
Minister of Interior.
W. AUbTIN Whitino,
Sale of the Loaso ol the Mauka Portion ol the
Government Land ol Honalo,
S. Kona, Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY, M.iy 25, 1S92,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tho front en
trance of .jAliiolani Hub: will be sold
at public auction this Lease of the
Mauka Portion of the Government
Land of Honalo, S. Ivon.i, Hawaii,
containing an area of 710 acres mote
Term. Lease for 10 years.
Upset price. $75 per annum, pay
able semi annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER.
Ministui of the Interior.
Iutei ior Oflice, Apiil 19, 1892.
Salo of Lease of the Government Land
of Kaauwaelos, at Palolo, Oahu.
On WEDNESDAY, May IS, 1892,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the fiont en
trance of Aliiolani Hale will be sold
at Public Auction the Lea-e of the
Government Land at Kaauw.ieloa, at
Palolo, O.iliu, containing an area of
18 84-100 aciet., of which 7 21-100
acicb is Rice Land.
Term Lent-o for 15 years.
Upt-cl price $100 pel annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Mar. 31, 1892.
$500 UEWARB !
The above reward will be paid to
any one giving information leading
to the an est and conviction of the
party or pai lieu guilty of murdering
the Chinaman (name unknown),
whose body was found in the harbor
on' Sunday morning, the 17th inst.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Marshal of the Kingdom.
Marshal's Office, Honolulu, Apiil
18, 1892. 398 lw
It has pleased J I or
IJuccn to issue Royal
To Mn. .JUSTICE BICKEKTON uf
First Associate Justice of tho Su
preme Court and Vice-Chancellor.
To Mn. JUSTICE DOLE an Second
Associate Justice of tho Supreme
Court and Vice-Clmncollor.
loluni Palace, April 11, 1892.
E. B, FUIEL, Esq., lias thin day
been appointed a member of the Road
Board for the Taxation District of
Wailuku, Maui, for tho unexpiicd
term niado vacant by tho death of tho
Hon. Geo. E. Richardson.
C. N. SPENCEU,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oh,c, April 18, 1802.
K. E. KALEIKAU, Esq , has this
day been appointed an Agent to tako
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts
foi the District of Wailuku, Island of
0. N. SPENOEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Juteiioi Ollice, Aprii 18, 1892.
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Pltiirii to nctthtr Sect nor Partyt
But established for tie bnirit of nil.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1892.
Ka Leo will have to swear out an
injunction against the dredging of
the harbor bar. Its lies and slan
ders, it seems, do not avail to stop
that or any other public improve
ment. The "sandbag" incident fell flat
as a sensation in San Francisco,
doubtless to tho chagrin of the chro
nic conspirators here who aim to
break where they cannot make
The miniature brain works of the
Advertiser having got wrecked by
wilful collision with the Buluvtin',
the self-dubbed great newspaper lias
been reduced to copying weak and
witless squibs on this journal from
The error about the lepers, which
is corrected by the Government phy
sician and the Deputy Sheriff of
Labaina, was caused by the reporter's
misunderstanding of information
given him by a relative of the three
persons discharged. It is much
regretted on the part of this journal.
This is from the Detroit News:
"The bounty system is a system
which they despise who know most
about it. The delays and annoy
ances of collections eat up the small
profits which the bounty is designed
to preserve. It is safe to say
that no tireat northern sugar beet
industry will be built up in Michigan
under the bounty clause of the Mc
The New Orleans, Louisiana,
Delta of March 27 complains bitterly
that the planters were still kept out
of the sugar bounty. It says the
delay was causing the planteis great
inconvenience and putting some of
them in serious financial straits. The
obstacles placed by the Government
in the way of the planters' drawing
their bounty promptly would seem to
indicate that the Executive is not in
sympathy with the homily system
President Harrison has dismissed
from ollice C. M. Leavy, chief ap
praiser in the customs service at San
Francisco, for participation in smug
gling. The extent of the frauds in
which Leavy was concerned is be
lieved to be great and the period
covered by them a long one. This
'Frisco incident is commended to
those who believe annexation or an
independent republic is all that is
necessary to inaugurate the millen
nium in Hawaii.
"Hawaii evidently wants to be one
of us, and get a slice' of the sugar
bounty that McKinleyism levies on
the people for the benefit of a favor
ed class. The bounty business will
be abolished long before Hawaii can
come in, but America will try, in all
fair and reasonable ways, to make it
pleasant and prosperous for her, it
her annexation idea is llnallj' rea
lized." The foregoing is from the
Boston Globe. Annexation would
not be mentioned here now if it were
not for the expectation that with it
would be got a few years of the
The Chicago Tribune, referting to
the growl of Southern planters at the
tardiness in payment of the bounties,
says: "The object of the law was
to encourage the development of
beet-sugar culture and manufacture,
and the raisers of cane-sugar were
allowed to participate principally be
cause it was thought unfair to leave
them out. Nor can it be doubted
that if the sugar bounty be abolisked
before the end of the time in the act
it will be in response to a severe
pressure from people who feel the
rank injustice of the arrangement so
far as it extends to the long since
settled cane-sugar industry."
FISHING WITH DYNAMITE.
Three natives J. Hamauku, Pa
hiha and Kanamu have been ar
rested for fishing with dynamito at
Waikiki. It is claimed that the
natives have been in the habit of fish
ing with dynamite, which is contrary
to tho laws of the Kingdom. Yes
terday they were arrested on the
complaint of residents in the vicinity.
Their trial will come before the
Police Court to-morrow morning. J.
K. Knulia will defend them.
Ah Sing a,it. Yeo Bow, charged
with infanticide, were discharged in
tho Police Court this morning, on the
finding that tho evidence did not
warrant committal. V. V. Ashford
for defendant. The evidence was
strong citcuiubtantially, but there
was nothing directly connecting de
fendants with the ciiuie,
Mr. Horner, in his letter in the
Huu-ktin of April 7, quoted Gov.
Humphrey ns saying: "As an issue
of Kansas politics, resubmission is as
dead as slavery." The following
will convince the reader, of how
much dependence is to be pi iced In
the veracity of Gov. lluinpluey.
"The Republicans ol Leavenworth,
Kansas, who faor ti resubmission of
the nroliibiloiv amendment of the
Stale Constitution, held a mass meet- i of the great wonder of Hawaii, coin
iiur ut Cldnkeriiiir Hall. Nov. 15. that I pared with that of five years ago, and
wn iiirin.lv niimiileii osiieeinlh bv !
hushing mill l.r.ifnssinnal num. All
oriratiization was formed with the
election of olllcers.
"The following was adopted as a
declaration of principles. Wc the
Republicans of Leavenworth city
and county, believing that the con
stitution of the State of Kansas and
the amendments thereto! h00"" revi
sion, do hereby organize ourselves
into a constitutional convention club,
and do hereby pledge ourselves to
each other that we will suppoit no
person for State, county, or legisla
tive position unless -lie is in favor of
a constitutional convention, to lie
held at the earliest possible time for
resubmission. Resolutions were also
adopted calling upon the Governor
to convene the Legklalurc in exlia
session. Similar movements are on
foot all over Kansas. In some coun
ties resubmission lias been made an
issue in elections, and has won in
every instance. The movement is
not partisan, but is paiticipaled in
by the best men of the State of both
parties. These men have witnessed
the failure of prohibition and the in
calculable injuries it has done to the
moial and material welfare of the
State, and the' want to lie lid of it.
The city of Wichita and the county
in which it is situated have just been
carried overwhelmingly foi the re
peal of Prohibition." Kan. City
if Mr. Horner will read some re
liable and honorable papers, like the
Southwest for instance, instead of
such false and unrcgenerated rdiculi
as the N. Y. Voice, lie will see that
resubmission is rife, and on the move
in Maine, Veimont, Iowa, and Kan
sas. Prohibition has proved itself to
be both a curse and a crime; and is
doomed to lie driven from the pas
tures gi eon of Uncle Sain, and that
too in the near fiiluie, and forever.
AN ITEM CONTRADICTED.
My attention has been called to a
statement in a late issue of your
paper, April 13th, that eleven persons,
recently sent fiom here on the steam
er Waimanalo as lepers, were all dis
charged by the authorities as not
having tho disease.
The statement is not correct. Out
of twenty one people examined by
me and sent to Kaiilii as lepers, hut
three weie discharged : two as "sus
pects" and one as "not a leper."
As your paragraph reliccis discredit
abh; upon my ability to recognize the
disease, and fuitlicrmoie may lead
many to believe I have inllicted need
less pain and trouble on a number of
unfortunate people, I wish you would
kindly correct the statement in the
next Bulletin issued after receiving
this letter.- -
CiiAiu.r.s Davison, M. D.,
Lahain.i, Apiil 19, 1892.
A statement appeared in your
"Local and General News" column,
April 13th, that eleven people sus
pected of leprosy sent lioin Lnhniua
on the Waimanalo were discharged
by the authorities after examination,
as not having the slightest symptom
of the dread disease.
I have received information from
the Board of Health that out of the
twenty-one lepers sent fiom here, in
two lots, on the steamer Waimanalo,
but three were discharged, two of
them as "suspects" and one as "not
Please correct in your next issue
W. II. DAN1UI.S,
Deputy Slici iff of Lahaiua,
April 18, 1892.
In regard to the different lemaiks
made concerning the dredger in the
local papers, I beg leave to make the
The contract calls for coral sand ;
anything removed beyond that to be
at tho expense of the Hawaiian Gov
ernment. Last Saturday morning
life dredger went out to "the bar to
excavalo, and in the first stait found
an anchor. About one hour later
wo found an iron knee belonging to
a vessel weight about 300 pounds,
The diedger kept on excavating un
til 5 o'clock the Iwllowing Sunday
morning, when we stopped, in order
'to let the island steamers pass, till
about 8 o'clock. We then connected
our pipe line again and continued
excavating, when we found a big
piece of iron; weight about 700
pounds. By this last operation I
am sorry to find that the cutter was
greatly damaged, and as quickly as
this can be repaired wc shall go out
on the bur again.
L. G. Younu,
Supt. San Francisco Bridge Co. and
Risdon.Iiou Woiks Dredger,
A traveling man who chanced to
bo in the store of K, V. Wood, at
McKees Rocks, Pa., suys while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with mi empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine ; she says it ie
tho best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
"ClinttKPH In Ittlnui'ii In rhnYcnrii,"
liy N. 15. IllHlioit.
Kcv. S. E. Bishop litis returned
from o. visit to the Volcano. He re
ports it as very active and its hoi k
ings easy of observation. Mr. Bishop
lias pi epatctl it paper giving there
suits of his close observations, enti
tled, "Changes in Ktlauca in Five
Years." It is a clear and minute
description of the pr sent condition
has been secured for publication ex
clusivcl.V ill lite DAILY mill WlT.KLY
Hulli.tis. As Mr. Bishop's puisoiml
observations of the Volcano have
been periodic over a long term of
years, and as he views it with a
scientific eye nud describes it with a
masterly literary hand, the paper
now promised will be both interest
ing and valuable. Those who desire
extra copies of the Wllkly Bijlu:
tin containing the article in full
should file their orders befoie 9
o'clock Monday morning.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Here is something fiom Mr. Frank
A. Hale, pioprictor of the De Witt
House, Lewiston, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Me. Hotel' men
meet the world as it conies and goes,
and are not slow m sizing people
and things up for what they are
worth. Ho says that he has lost a I
father and several brothers and sis- j
ters from Pulmonary Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and he j
Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at i
Consumptionhis stomach. When- i
ever he has taken a I
cold of this kind he uses Boschee'a
German Syrup, and it cures him
every time. Here is a man who
knows the full danger of lung trou
bles, and would therefore be most
particular as to the medicine he used.
What is his opinion ? Listen ! "I
use nothing but Boschee's German
Syrup, and have advjsed, I presume,
more than a hundred diffeient per
sons to take it. They agree with
me that it is the best cough syrup
in the market."
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
By order of Mit. M. I1Y.MAN. I will poll
at Public Auction, at his Residence,
King street, (on account of departure),
On FBIDAY, April 22ml,
AT Hi O'CMMJK A. .11 ,
The Entire Household Furniture
B. W. Parlor Pet,
Upholstered in Raw Silk;
Wicker Kiirnitine, Axiuiii'-ter Rugs,
1 Eleg, Inlaid Parisian Boiiffee,
Cm tains & 1'olei. Patent Kockeii,.
!. V. Hat Hack with Hov Mlnois,
i Lady's Mahogany Secretaire,
Meel Kiifji avians, Kbony Petle-lals,
Chandeliers te Bracket Lamp-..
1 Square Weber Piano
lu good condition,
1 Kine Koa Siiioboaid,
IS. V. Extc.li. Dining Table & Olinlis,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
:i IS. V. Maiblu-top ISedrnom Sets.
1 Eleg, B.W. Cbeffonier Wardrobe
With Dressing Miirors,
Hnir & Spring MattrasRes,
Bed it Table Mnen,
Mahogany Sewing Table,
1 Hlack Kbony Sowing Tuble,
Kitchen titove & Utensils, Ire I'ox,
1 Dmnnell Family Carriage,
1 I'lmuton, Sets Harness,
1 Imported Carriage Horse,
Ktc., Ktc.. Etc., Etc.
B65T" 1'ieiiilses upon for Inspection on
Tburf-day, Apiil 21stv from 10 a, in. to
8 p. in.
J AS. F. KlOHCrVN,
COOS-HJ l fiil.V
i ra ' F
1 ' Cfi'fc
1 31)9 Hotel Street. t
THE MUTUAL LIFE
IMOilAECI A. JIcOlittUY.
issues Evory Desirable Form of Policy 1
It Imf paid Its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0L- ARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal over offered by any Insurance Company.
Kir For full paitieulars applv to
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality; letleicd
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanul Mais, a desirable assent
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser-
i 86!r Call and examine our stock.
JUST RECEIVED i
Per H. S. "Auslralln." j
AtThe Beaver Saloon,
II.. I. XOIri). IVoiii'ivtor.
Published Cv2ry Thursday
AT 14 A YKAU.
The Leading Chinese Paper of
the Kingdom! '
12? Advertisements Inserted at Low
Kates! Job l'nnting in Chinese Neatly
: 5.' iVuumiti St.
FOR SAJf FItANCISCO,
The Al SteauiHhip
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, April 26th,
CSf For freight or passage, apply to
Wru. G. IllWIN & CO., L'd,
NOT I OK.
The FlrM Hale to be held
On SATURDAY, April
,VT IM O'CI.OCIl XOO.V.
At the I'loiniRei, iu the lear of the ofiiee
of J. I. DowFL'tt. on Queen Flieet.
Honolulu. April 14, 18'J2.
AN Knglish Safety Bicycle In per
fect order has been In use four
months oulv. Oash pi ice 805. Ad
dress "A. I)'," this olllce. 8U1I St
NOTIPK Is heieby given to all parties j
concerned that I will pay no debts
contracted in my naniu without my
written order. j
J. II. HI.ACK.
Honolulu, April 13, 1802. MB lm
HI'KIXGFIEM) :i0-l.lght Gas Ma- I
chine In comnleto woikliur order
and guaranteed. Will be sold upon
favorable terms to the pin chaser. Also
a few Handsome Fixtures, Apply to
:00 If King street.
A Newfoundland Flip,
about 7 weeks old, shaggy
coat, black and white,
Dihanpeaicd during Hie
as melit of tlm imh lust. A
liberal lowaid will be paid for tho return
of same to the residence of
B. D. TBNXKY,
Cor. Luiutlllo and I'euaiiroln Ms,
Eur Mouldings, Frames,
j Pastels, Artotypes, Photo-
j gl'liviirep, Etchings and
everything in the lino oi'j
pictures, go to King Bros.,
y?2 vCv Erf f i
M WrM MJ "ss
I 2. Ill 9 '
m i m
104 Fort Street,
Boys' Calico Shirt Waist for 25cts.
Children's Corset Waist for 40cts.
IN ALL SIZES. A NEW ASSORTMENT OK
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS.
Antique Lace Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
New Goods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
' TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BUST QUALITY.
'From 1 Gallon to 800 Gallons).
S6y We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
Society of the
LicibiUUes, 4 percent
I New Business Written in
Assurance in.Force .
The 32tl Annual Statement will be issued hereafter ; in
the interval the foregoing' figures will show approximately
the ehief items of the account.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICMT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
B. F. EHLEBS & CO.
j OO FOBT K'XVECXBI&r.
I After taking Stock we offer supei lor values for less than former pitws in every
CHENILLE rOKTIERES, FKOM fO.50 UPWARD,
B-.adLiow'' Ac 31iilclieiiH (-joNHamer
I AT ALL STYLES AND PRIDES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
SOCKi AND SOARF8 AT COST.
C? Dressmaking under the management of MISS K. CLARKE.
o. box 480. : H BL H A : mutual tel. do.
Wont Cor. Nuiiiuin &; King; HtroutH,
ssr If you want to save time and money buy your Furniture, etc, at the
X, L., corner Nuiiaiui and King sticuts
figy- Found tho nlaeo to buy Now and Second-hand Purnlturu of all kinds at
I lowest prices, the I, X. L coiner Nuuaiiu and King streets.
var iieurooiu diuh, uarurooes, icu jjoxos, stoves, Lilians. Hanging Lamps,
Rugs, Bureaus, Cheffonlers, etc, sold cheap for cash at the I. X. L., comer Nuu
aiiu and King Miceta.
tigr Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Sofas, Bed Lounges, Baby Cribs, Clothes
Baskets, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc, eold at the lowest
cash puees at the I. X, L., New aud Second-haud Furniture House, comer Nun-
aim and King streets.
S. W. LEDERER,
Store Open Huturduy
OF NEW YORK.
Late Arrivals !
1891 $230, OOP, 000. 00
Evenings till O o'clock. -