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IPV IMMIIHIHMIM IIMIMlll Mil ,
Ri BY AUTHORITY.
We, LIL1UOKALANI, bv iho Oraei
of God, of the Hawaiian lshuulb,
That in aocoidance with the torm
of Aiticlos 28 mid 45 of the Constitu
tion, it is Oiu Pleasure Unit the Lugi--latuio
of Oui Kingdom do assemble
in Kcgnlni Hcs-moii lit the l.egilatie
Hall, Ahiolani Hale, at Uur Capital
City of Honolulu, for the despatch ol
Public business at 12 o'clock noon on
SATURDAY, the Twenty-eighth duj
of May, A. IX, IS!):!.
Given under Oiu ltoyul Sign Manual
at Our Palace of loluni, in the
City of Honolulu, thi- lltli d.tv
of Apiil, A. D. 1SSJ2, and the
Second Yo.w of Our liuigu.
By the Queen .
U. X. Sl'USCKU,
Minister of the Inteiior.
:i93 :n-io Gi
MK. OHAS. WILLIAMS has this
day been appointed a Notary Public
foi the Third Judicial Circuit of the
C. N. ftPKNCER,
Minister ot the Inlenoi.
Inteiioi Ollice, May 20, 1S02.
O XI X:.
Pleaded to nntltir ixct nor J'ariyt
But establtiicd tot the brnriit ot all.
FRIDAY, MAY' 27, 1802.
Col. Gilder is going to tempt fate
again with an expedition to the far
north. Scientific authorities think
he may find the north pole. Then
the question would piobably be to
Customs hameis against Chinese
themselves in Cahloiuia are as un
availing as against their much liked
opium in Hawaii. Yet some people
will talk of stopping opium smug
gling here by impoi ting detectives !
William Couch of Ventina, Cali
fornia, had to leave in custody at
New Yoik nine laboiers he hired in
Europe, to be sent back because
they were hired before leaving home.
Wheie would Hawaii get olf iu an
annexation piopositton, with hci
thousands of contract laboiers ' With
the piospect, too, ol having the cov
eted bounty knocked otf just as the
last of pre-existing labor contracts
It looks as if there was to be no
end of forming trusts until every
thing made and sold is controlled by
its particular trust. One day il is
trunks, the next wall paper, and so
on. As each ti list seems to have, as
its immediate lesnlts, the raising of
prices and the depriving many men
of employment, it will not bo long
until the chief national question in
the United States will be whether
such tyraunic.il combinations shall
be allowed to exist.
An article copied in -this paper
from an exchange of New York Stale
gives some interesting flguics to show
the importance of the Nicaragua
canal. The distance from New York
to Honolulu would be reduced by
the canal fiom lo,lhO miles to 0,417,
or an eighteen or twenty days' trip
by a moderately fast steamer. Other
distances arc shown to be diminish
ed proportionately, so that the canal
will he a great killer of time and
space. It is a wonder tlut the woik,
bound as it is to be a great benefit to
the United States, should have to go
begging for either cash or security.
There was a good ileal of comment
on the appointment of a new judge
directly to the head of the United
States Supieine Couit, when Presi
dent Cleveland distinguished Melville
W, Fuller with that great honor. It
was generally admitted, however,
that the new Chief Justice was a man
who would adorn the position, and
recollection of events since then does
not include any note of disappoint
ment. Chief Jtisticu Fuller is now
spoken of seriously as the candidate
of the Demociatlo party for the pres
ide ui-y, Perhaps if elected lie will
put Mr. Cleveland on the Supreme
Court Bench the Cist chance.
CHINE E OBJECTION.
Washington, May 7. On inquiry
nt the Chinese Legation today it is
ascertained that the published state
ment is incorrect, that no piotoet has
been made to the State Department
by the Chinese Minister against the i
Exclusion bill passed hj Congress on
the tlh inst. The Minister says he
called in person at the dcpatlmenl
on the morning of the nth, and in the
absence of Secretary Blaine saw As
sistant Secret. iy Wliarion, and noti
lied him he would send to the depart
ment at once a written piotest against
the bill, which he asked might be laid
before the President immediately.
The written piotest reached the de
partment at 2 o'clock to-day. The
Minister states he objects to the bill
mainly for the leasons llint it renews
the Scott law ; that il deprives Chi
nese of the light of bail in habeas
corpus cases ; that il requires the
registration of Chine3e laborers,
which is practically impossible for
them to comply with. They must all
prose by white witnesses that they
were lawfully entitled to be in the
United Stales when the llrst Exclu
sion law was passed in 1882. Every
Chinaman must pioduce before the
Collector of Customs a white witness
who knew him ten years ago and can
swear he was in the United States at
that time. This law leaves the issu
ance of the certificate of legislration
enliiely to the discretion of the Col
lector and provides no way of com
pelling him to do justice to the Chi
naman, lie must register and produce
his evidence in the distiict where lie
resides. His white witnesses may be
8000 miles away. Senators who
carefully examined the bill announced
in the Senate that its practical effect
would b'e to compel all Chinese la
borers to leave the United States
within the year fixed for registration.
Sherman, Chairman of the Foreign
Affairs Committee, said that this reg
istration is similar to the slave regu
lations in force before the Civil War
and to the tickel-of-leave of the
Austialian convict system. The Min
ister said these features of the bill
aie in direct violation of the treaty
of 1880, which guarantees Chinese
laboiers in the United States the
treatment of subjects. He further
says that the treaty of 1880 was
agreed to by China at the express
icqucstof the United States, which
sent three of its most distinguished
citizens to Peking to ask for it.
lie declined to state what course
his Government would take on ac
count of the passage of the bill.
FULLER IN THE RACE.
New Y'ork, May 3. A Washing
Ion despatch alllrms that John B.
McLean is in that city, and last
night the Cincinnati Enquirer's
Washington correspondent sent to his
paper a despatch to the effect thai
with ex-President Cleveland's con
sent William F. Vilas and Don M.
Dickinson were at work trying to
secure for Chief Justice Fuller the
Democratic Piesidential nomination.
Ilarrity of Pennsylvania has, it is
alleged, gone into the deal, but Hill
men have refused to follow suit and
heie is the stumbling block.
The argument said to have been
used was that to nominate Cleveland
would require the Western support
uliu-li una unl. fnrthfoininir. Cleve
land could not avail, and it was put I
to him plainly that if lie abdicated iu
Fuller's favor it would make him the
nominee of the Chicago convention
and coutiol the destiny of the na
The despatch to the Enquirer wind3
up: However, tin; announcement for
Fuller has taken shape and will go.
Whitney was urged to help it, and
the cable was freely used. There is
not a set of men, though, who will
be more surprised than the sponsors
for the new deal in its exposure.
They may deny it with vehemence,
but it is so. Fuller is the alternative
of Cleveland, and with Cleveland's
THE SUCAR INDUSTRY.
New YoiU, Slay 7. J. P. Bonner,
expert reliner of tho American Sugar
Refining Company, when asked by a
reporter about the break in sugar
ceitilicates said he could not attri
bute it to anything else than a lineal
of some of the members of Congress
to take off the half cent per pound
protection, which the industry now
enjoys. This, he said, would kill
the industry in this country, with its
8.")U,0U0,000 investment. The result
would be the entire sugar trade with
Cuba would collapse and go to F.ng-
land and Germany. lie frankly
staled that he had made airange
ments iu case of the tlueatened legis
lation for building large work-, in
Mr. J. P. Ulaue, an extensive real
estate dealer iu Des Moines, Iowa,
inn row h escaped on' of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in Hie
northern part of thai slate during a
iccent bhz.aid, tays the Suturdity
Review. Air. lilaie had occasion to
diive several miles during the storm
and wub so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to gel warm, and in
side of an hour alter his return he
uu- threutenwl with a severe case of
pneumonia priung lever. Mr. Maize
sent to the nearest drug store and
got a bottlu of Cliambei Iain's Cough
Remedy, of which he had ollen
heard, and look a number of laige
doses. He says the effect waH won
derful and that iu a short time he
was biealluug quite easily, lie kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able to come to Des Moines.
Mr, liluize regauls his cine as simply
wonderful. Filly cent bottles for
bale by all dealers, Benson, .Smith
& Co.', Agents.
DouiTt, Worth, Felix and the lust
of the Purtbiuii ilcsigncis are using
giccn iu light and tender shades iu
all summer uowua und bonuuts.
TO THE FAR NORTH.
New York, May 2. Colonel W. II. j
Gilder, who, with Lieutenant Sell- j
walka, won famo in bringing back
from northern regions information
respecting Franklin and his expedi
tion, again proposes to make a jour
ney to the north, this time at the
head of a party to make a magnetic
survey of the region immediately
surrounding the northern magnetic
The American Geographical So
ciety of this city, the National Aca
demy of Sciences at Washington,
members of the United States Coast
Survey, and a number of other scien
tific men are interested iu the pro
posed expedition. Although some
funds have been pledged for lilting
out the part' and carrying on the
work, nothing uennite lias been ue
termiued in the way of plans, tLo
money required, the exact route, etc.
The American Geographical Socie
ty, with Colonel Gilder, has takeu
the initiative in the matter, and for
the purpose of discussing the explor
ation the society held a special meet
ing to-night iu Chickering Hall. Pro
fessor Trow bride said that as a result
of the expedition, the magnetic pole
might not only be definitely located,
but the whole world of terrestrial
physics "benefited. He said that in
his opinion all magnetic surveys on
land should be prohibited, as the
true importance and benefit to be de
ried were on the sea alone.
He looked forward to the time when
a station might be established in the
neighboihood of the magnetic pole
and lelegiaphic communication be
made between it and the rest of the
The Pacific Hakdvvauk Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avcnai ius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
L. J. Levey.
.Lessee .S? Manager.
Saturday, May 28th.
Positively Last Farewell
With a Popular Programme.
C2T Box Plan now open.
Rice and Taro Land
A PIKCES of Al Uiee and Taro L-ind
"X situated at Walkiki, Kona, O.ihu,
(Kamoililll). now under cultivation,
containing about U acres in all.
Al-o, 1 Kesidenee Lot on corner of
Hcictania and Miller streets, back of Dr.
Brodie's former resilience, containing
10.:t42 squaie feet. Theie are 2 Good
Cottages and 4 other Hulldlngs on the
place, from which a lental of 830.00 per
month is derived.
tt& For fin thei p:u tlenl irs enquire of
430 tf Hotel stieet, cor Union.
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT.
1 MOB (trading
'V Sauir Yuen
under the name ot
ib Uo.) of Kiuino.
Maui, having this day made an assign
ment of his pinpuity to the undersigned
for the hPiietlr of his cnditois, notice is
heii'by given to all parties having claims
agaiu-t said Amoc to pieseiit the same
to tho undersigned within GO days flora
this date, otherwise they will ho haired
forever; all puilies indented to said
Amoc must make immediate payment
Kl IIOKKSCHLALGKK & CO ,
Assignees of Amoc (Hang Yuen & Co.)
of K.uipo, Maui,
Honolulu, May ml, 1892. 431 3t
MONDAY, iiutli May, will bo Decoirt
tlon Day, all thoft who have rela
tives or filcnds resting In "God's Acre"
are hereby iepectfully icmicstcd to
have their seveial plots put iu oider.
TWJhTKE". OAHU OBMETEKY.
Honolulu, May 25, 1802, 430 4t
IIKNS FOR SALE!
"N account of removal to
" inv residence on the
Plains. J .shall sell my Hens,
com-lKliitg of about Six Doen
Common and Hnlf-hit'cds, at
$1 each; good for tho tihle. having
been fed on corn and wheat. Also, Ten
III own Leghorns vvl'h Coekeiell, price
ij'in; the cheapest ever known.
N. J UUKOESS.
428 at Mutual Tel. No 152
Bull and Jeibey Hei
ne latter about lour
of eulvlnt;, also Two
Calves. To lie cecii on Kluuil utieet,
whole apply or at Paolllc Iron Works.
427 lw T1IOS REWUASTLE.
jVTR II. LOSE is iiloun uutlioiled to
111 make collections for the Mutual
O, O. BHtGEH,
Honolulu. Ma 24. 18H2. 120 at
THE BULLETIN is the leutllna
I dullv miner of the Kingdom. oU
cents per month.
Auction Sales by Jamos F, Morgan.
. TT1rI",r7"MVr O T 1?
AUV; JL Il1M DAJLilji
Pasture Lands in Kapahalu,
By order of Hon. S. B. Dole, 1 will
uHVr for sale at Public Auction, at
my S ile.Toom, (jiieeu street,
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON,
TherFollofliog Desirabl Property
1 Lot 37 of the Kupahulu survey,
including- an trea of 455 acres and
fenced on the easterly, westerly and
inauka sides with stone wall for the
most part. Tliis land is bounded
maukiv by the Waialae road, easterly
by Waialae and west oily by Lot 118.
2 Lots 33, 33 and HI of the Knpn
hulu survey, including an area of
389$ acres. Fenced in by stone wall
and wire fence and for a short dis
tance by a steep part of Diamond
Head. Bounded inauka by the
Waialae Ito.ul, easterly by Lot 37,
westerly by the ili of Puho.i and nia
kai by Park lots, and has an outlet on
the Paik and a water supply for
stock. This land is cleared of lantana
for about J of its aiea.
3 A portion of the Ili of Pahoa
lying west of the last mentioned land
with the Waial ic load skirting its
mauka side. The iiov Kupahulu
road cuts across its wosteily end.
Area 73 acres. Fenced on its east
All of these Lauds furninh
considerable pasture during u large
part of tho year and con lain a yearly
increasing growth of algcroba trees,
which furnish a large amount of feed
JAS. F. AI'tltGAN.
CLEARANCE SALE !
OUR LARGE STOCK OF
Ribbons, Dress Goods,
Corse.s, Lace Caps,
Velvets, Shiil, Collais,
Men's Hats, Table Covers, Etc., Re.
Will ba Sod Out Greitly Bblow Cost!
Iffi- Great Bargains in BOOTS and
A. G SILVA & CO., "
Hotel St., bet. Fort & Nuuanu.
This Hotel has recently added a largo
Single Rooms 1 Baths Atiached
W1IIOJ1 WILL Hi: LET
Willi or Without Board.
irAlHo a Firxt-cluMN lti-r.tuuriiiit.-C
WM. B. HOOPER,
350 Sin Manager.
TO I.E V
HP WO Nluely Furnished
JL Kooms ceutial v Incited.
Ennuho Bulletin Ollice.
DUVAL Pitr-MIiES. 31
Ilcrctuuii street, onno-
i site Fyit-stieet Church. Ap-
K. 1. LILLIE,
At Thi'o. II. Dnvics ."fc To.
TO li IS NT
4-1V10MED Cottage on
-V Fort stwet. Good loca
tion and moderate lent.
Apply on the promises or to
414 tf At tho Gov't Building.
HTHE Stores in "Arlington
' ISloeWiocutitlv ooeuottMl
JSSPSm. by E. G. Schumnii aie to let.
together with tho Cellar. This Collar Is
tho fluent and diiest iu the city. Apply to
O. BREWEK & (JO..
411 lm Quoen stieet
, A VERY Dcshable R.-gl-&r&sp
J--- deuce boyond the Prl
Wi&'m Mm, containing 5 Rooms wllh
Kitchen, Pautiy. Dliiliigionm an J Bath.
Tho Pu'inUosaiowt'll-hiid out with fiult
and other tiees. Apply to
L. P. KEHNANDKZ,
40(ilm At II. K. Wlchmau's.
HOTEL FOR SALE!
I Story Buildiui: opposite
tho Hallway Station. Waihiku,
tit iiti.uinr im 1 ... I l... t1m W Xl.i.if.ii-
l?"",.l5,:J,.,u K ,h? ,ifc"b.!,.r!
biiiiiii in ti .uiiihii, huh eiiiuiMii; iwi 1:11111:1
11 hotel or Mure. It commands u linn
view of the hailior. For terms upply lo
MHS. K. IJA'I'fJJIKLOH,
10U if iw Nuuauu Aveuua,
THE MUTUAL LIFE
uia;ta,vBt a. .UcUUKuy,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LIARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal over offered by any Insurance Company.
I- For full paiticulars applv to
191 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
HAVE OPENED THE 111
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahumanu Stro t Ground Floor, "with a
Lares Assorlmit of Now Goods ox " fienor e."
SPI5CIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
iew Rues & Carpets,
IVORY AVAR IS, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WLNE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Eto., Etc.,. Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fori, Street, Honolulu.
X II E
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Euuy's Old Estaiilisiiud
Ice Chests & Refrigerators,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat'on Toils, Implonnnis & Supplies
Paints, Oils & V.iiiiUIks.
Yacuum Oil Co.'s Luhrlcaliiig Oils!
Alwaja the same; made by a special
piocess and always l citable
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HAKDWAKE CO., L'r..,
Cummin- New Block, Fort & Meichaut stieets.
ii b w m
104 Fo-t Street.
Just Received a
"Trhnra1 WsqIq J
ECSr They are Pliable, Supporting and Unbreakable ;
they conform easily to every position of the body while
affording a delightfully comfortable und pleasant support.
The Best Ladies' Waist f$ade I
IU a r U U B H B D a U W H W '-' W HSr w
At Greatly IJediiceil 1'iices,
Olienillo Portieres at $6 a Pair. Uaelc 111 ailed Cupen for LatHe, $5-
fiuin if 15 ami $20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR Al' COST.
A new lino of ClmUieu at JOY per yaid. 12-ineh All. Wool Diesa
Goodi, in Plain, Sniped anil Cheeked, reduced fioni
ifl to li0i jior v.ud, u
B. F. EHLERS & Cfl.'S, 99 FORT ST.
tf DrwMmiMni; under tho miinat?oinciit of MLSS CT.AUIC. Sa
This is only to remind you thai TO-MOR-RoW
will be a good time to visit our Store.
We are selling Goods at anil .below c.ost
' ibr TWO AVEEKS OjStJjY
'.VihH H Lt,V-si' tw 1',-
Full Assoitment of
TOlHS&SffMBR ! ""
OHAfcJ. J. EISHEL.
OF NEW YORK.
AI OPPOp ITY !
At tho request of a
number of our patrons,
m have concluded to
. offer the services of our
artist, Mr. "W. Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and "Wa
ter Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow hus been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
Tliu Al NK'Ulildlllil
13 due at this port on June tilth nnd will
leave for the above ports on or
j nQr For Kipij;lit or Passage, having
pupuiior Cabin and bteeiago accommo
dations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
J. T. Waterhouse
Just Received per "Australia"
A FULL LINK OF
Ladies' Hats !
HUSTAGE & CO.,
WOOD & CO A L.J
White & Black Sand
Which wc will soil at the very lowest
umiket rates ioi cash.
Boll Tele. 414 iaoir Mutual Tolo
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
On and after May 1st,
1M)2. tho New anil De
fch.iblu Moilern Hesidcuee
of the uniluriuued. on
'I'lmiBtou Avenue, containing Laige l'ai
1 if. Diuluu; Kooin, Confeervatory, Two
liediooins, Diei-nlu Kooui with Htatlon
aiy Wusliitnud mid Cedar vVatdrobe,
Kathioom vvi'li Patent Closet and Hot
nod Cold Water attachment, Pantries,
China Closet and Kitchen with New
linage, Hot Water Holler and ull attach
Luigo and convenient Huble on the
inemlbes containing twohugu box-btalls,
ciu-ilage. hui nuB und feed rooms, und
Qiouuds 00200, hcnutlfiilly laid out
and teuuet'd. 'the vievv U uubiiipabed
For fuither partlcultiiH see
W. G. AM1LKY,
UBG-tf O. It. & I.. Co.M Depot.
Cottages to Eent !
P& Mn- 1'IX,,,(
tKSrSft l-'l clililet
iggiSk Desirable (.'ol
l2tv ijcsirauio v.oiiam'H on
HiiiiLT of Miiiui ami MuMM Btiects.
Tlii'iu CottiiguB have been tlnibhed with
nil model n iiiunovi'iueiits and being
t-ituaicd near the -Maklkl Valley have
ahuiiltut'u of lich und cool al r. The
gioiiud coiitalu hcautifiil th.ule tiees
und line plums. They mo only two
minutes' walk fium the tiaiucais, and
p.u t ii h der-lious of rccuiiug one of the
eiy ph-iiHaiitest Fluuiiou- of the city
uiu'iKjucMcd to Inspect the ahovoino-
to For fuither purtlottluiH upply to
ill lm J A. MAGOON.