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f BY AUTHORITY.
Tenders for PuruhiiHU of
whole or uny unit o(
bo received ut tho otlioo of the
Notice is hereby gion Hint under
nuthonty of Clmpter IIS, Session Laws
of 1888, "An Aottogivi greater seetiri
ty to Depositors in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Hank,'' the Poslinastoi-Goii-eral
o tiers for sale .f 50,000 of Coupon
Bonds of the Hawaiian Government,
such bonds to be issued in Hie deno
mination of One Thousand Dollars
each, redeemable in not less than five
years nor more than twenty yeais,
with interest at six per cent, per an
num, payable semi-annually, pi incipal
arid interest payable in U. S. gold
coin, the bonds lo exmess on their
face that they are issued as security
for the Postal Savings Bank Deposits.
Tenders for the puic.haso of the
aid bonds will
trar of Public Accounts, Finance De
partment, up to 12 o'clock on FRI
DAY, the 1st day of July, 18!)2
The Postmaster-General does not
bind himself to accept any tender, or
the whole of any tender.
Dated May 28, 1S02.
II. A. Widk.manx,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foieign Allans.
C. N. Si'KSCEi:,
Minister of Interior.
V. Austin Whiting,
'." H ii.
toms authorities here, of collusion
with nn attempt to have opium sold
by them exclusively for export re
turned clandestinely to the Kingdom.
But the statement as it stands shows
such collusion on the part of t ho
captain himself, and, if the opium
prohibitory law is to remain, an
amendment is suggested whereby
ship masters should be required to
give bonds lo deliver the shipped
opium at the port of destination and
lion. L. W. 1 Kanealil is report
ed to have said, ut a meeting of the
Llbeial party last night; "In the
House the members are divided.
Some want annexation, while others
want a republic. I want you to re
main steadfast to a monarchical form
of government. I am always on that
side." Mr. Kanealii has in the past
shown himself to be a conscientious
legislator, who had the courage of
his convictions and whose voice and
vote were for what he deemed the
best interests of his people and couii
liy. The remarks above quoted of
this recognized Hawaiian leader arc
significant at this juncture nnd ought
to have a wholesome effect.
IfrPlriiecd to neither SrrJ nor t'arty,
But established for the hmeiit of all.
SATURDAY, MAY 28, 189:.'.
"Only S 1,200,000!" That is what
the London representatives of the
'' Hongkong-Shanghai Banking Cor
poration are assured is the defalca
tion of the cashier, instead of S 18,
000,000 as previously reported by
The speeeli with which Her Ma
jesty has been pleased to open the
Legislature of 1SD2 is a gracefully
woided and altogether judicious
document. Safely confining itself to
generalities it contains no bone of
contention to make it the basis of a
time-wasting controversy at the be
ginning of the session. The speech
from the throne in a constitutional
monarchy is theoretically intended to
loreshadow the principal measures of
the administration, but in this coun
try the initiative of measures dealing
with nuances and other executive
matters is not resliicled by custom
t the Cabinet as in England. Even
in England it has come to be prover
bial and tho slock taunt of the oppo
sition, that the royal speech is re
markable more for what it omits than
for what it contains. Yet if our
legislators deal wisely with the sub
jects given distinction in the first
'speech of the present Sovereign in
opening a session, their labors ought
to have results of great and perma
nent benefit to the Hawaiian Islands.
Hon. S. K. Aki says: "If the
Liberal party brim; forward bad
measures at the coining Legislature.
I shall vote against them ; and if the
Reform party introduce wise meas
ures, I shall agree with them." A
good resolution to stick to, and a
good example to follow.'
TheIuteruational Association of
..Machinists, in convention at Chicago,
decided overwhelmingly for retaining
in tho constitution a clause restrict
ing the membership to white men.
"All men arc born free and equal,"
it seems, is a motto only for the
fourth of July with American labor
unionists. The Ilawuiians would get
their share of this color prejudice
WEST MAUI HOTES.
The military government of I'eix
otto in Brazil has proved an utter
failure, and, it is reported, will be
abolished by general consent without
revolution or bloodshed. Those who
advocate a "stable government" for
Hawaii through annexation mean, in
other words, a military government.
They want a garrison heie to enforce
the decrees of any local clique that
swears by the administration of the
day at Washington.
Eighteen thousand women memo
rialized the Dominion Parliament to
be enabled to vote for members of
that body. Premier Abbott is said
to have given encouragement to one
of the leading women that their
prayer would be granted. If the
men of Canada only had their eyca
opened lo the disgrace of the coun
try from the utter corruption of the
Government, it would require the
votes of all the women in the laud to
save the present rulers from political
For simie time past Mr. II. Z.
Austin, 1'iincipal of the Government
School at Waihee, has received com
plaints from some of his little girl
pupils that the Chinese loafers about
the shops at Waihee stopped them on
their way to and from school and
aflcr making them presents of can
dies, cakes, etc., took liberties with
them. The children and their par
ents appealing lo him for protection,
Mr. Austin used every means at his
disposal to detect the guilty parties.
Thursday morning a little girl
named Kamaka Ulukaui failed to
answer to her name at roll call. Mi.
Austin upon enquiry ascertained that
the child was detained in a room in
Waihee by a Chinaman. He imme
diately went to the pluce and finding
the door locked demanded that it be
opened. His request not being com
plied with, he broke open the door
and found the girl in a pitiable con
dition. He arrested the Chinese
brute. The girl had been bound and
gagged. There is a straight case
against the Chinaman, who is now in
jail at Wailuku. A preliminary ex
amination will be held Saturday a. in.
It lias since been ascertained upon
good evidence that the child Kainuka
was assaulted by three men. Mr. A.
is looking for Hie other parties and
will have them in jail this evening iu
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert and family,
with Mr. and Mrs. Tenney, are rusti
cating at Olinda on Huleakala.
Anived, Tuesday, 2lth, schooner
Anna, 21 days from San Francisco.
Wednesday, 2fth, American bark
Skagit, Robinson nii.ster, to load 1'aia
sugar, will probably get away next
Sailed, Friday, 27th, schooner
Anna, Williams master, with full load
sugar to J. I). Spreekels & Bros.
May 27. Zio.
THE VELOCITY OPIUM.
ContratlU'lluii or IIIn Jt portcil I'.vl
ileum In ItonukoKC liy Onptnltt
It will bo remembered that the
Bt'LLKTis omu time ago published a
report of the trial of Captain Martin
in Hongkong for smuggling opium.
Un the ai rival of the Velocity the
other day our reporter was detailed
to ask Captain Martin if the report
I of his evidence was correct, and if
so to obtain more definite informa
tion from him as to his Instructions
from the authorities here as to the
disposal of tho opium. His reply
was in effect that the report was in
correct, and that the authorities here
knew nothing of the arrangements
for trans-shipment of the stuff at sea.
The Bullutin is now asked lo print
the following letter from Captnin
Martin to the Collector-General as a
fuller explanation of the matter:
Hon. A. S. Ci.Koiioit.v,
Collector-General of Customs.
Sin: Deeming it iny duty to con
tradict a statement made in the Hong
kong Daily Press of December 25th,
1801, rellecling upon the Customs
authorities of this kingdom, I address
vou the following communication:
The article in question makes me
say that 11,000 tael of opium were
put on board of the Velocity by the
Superintendent of Customs at Hono
lulu, to be taken to a certain latitude
and longitude and handed over to
I most emphatically deny the
truthfulness of the above statement,
and would here say that at my trial
1 stated that tho Customs authorities
placed the opium iu question on board
of my vessel themselves because
they could not trust the shippers to
I am not ceitain that the Customs
otlicers were aware that it was the in
tention of the shippers to land the
opium iu the kingdom, but my vessel
having been followed by a small steam
er on my departure, I presume that
they had a suspicion that it would be
done. It had been agreed between
the shipper of the opium and mysdf
that a vessel was to meet me at a
certain distance from this port, out
side of the jurisdiction of the king
dom, and I was to deliver it there to
The vessel failed to meet mo and I
stood away for China.
As I said before, 1 deem it a duty,
and I may add a pleasure, for me to
set this matter right and free the
authorities from any seeming collu
sion in the matter such as the errors
in the report of my evidence, when
on trial, might imply.
I beg to remain, dear sir,
Your humble servant,
Master bark Velocity.
Honolulu, May 27, 1892.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Pasture Lands in Kiipiilmlii,
THE MUTUAL LIFE
OF NEW YORK.
ICHUSJt Altai A. ntiVWMiY,
issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LI AKS.
Its New Distribution l'ohey is tho most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
ttST For full particulars apply ,to
P. IB. B2fS fl
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
IWII llll 1 llllllj
By order of Hon. S. H. Bole, I will
iller for sale at Public Auction, at
my Silesroom, Queen el reel,
On SATURDAY, Juno 18,
AT la O'CLOCK NOON,
The Following Desirabli Propsrt't:
1 Lot 37 of the Kapihulu survey,
including an area of -lSo acres and
fenced on tho easterly, westerly and
luauka sides with stone wall for tho
most part. This land is bounded
mauka by the Waialae road, easterly
by Waialae and westeily by Lot 38.
2 Lots US, U3 and 34 of the Kapa
hiilu survey, including nu area of
:i8'JJ iicres, Fenced in by stone wall
and wire fonco nnd for a short dis
tance by a steep port of Diamond
Head. Bounded mauka by tho
Waialae. Knad, easterly by Lot 37,
westerly by the ili of l'ahoa and nui
kai by Park lots, and has an outlet on
tho Park and a water supply for
stock. Thin land is cleared of lautana
for about of its area.
il A portion of the Ili of Puhoa
lying west of the last mentioned land
with the Waialae road t:knting its
mauka side. The new Kapahulu
load cuts across its westerly end.
Area 7.' acies. Fenced on its east
fifF" All of these Lands furnish
considerable pasture during a large
part of the year and contain a yearly
increasing growth of algeioha trees,
which furnish a large amount of feed
1JAVE OPENED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahunianu Street, Grouud Floor, with a
Lane issorlrat of New Gaods ei "Emma"
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedge wood & Other Fine Wa,re.
fo!ew Ru s & Carpets,
L.J. Levey Lessee & Manager.
Saturday, May 28th.
Positively Lnst Farewell
With a Popular Programme.
f Box Plan now open.
IVORY WAIIK, HOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Port Street, Honolulu.
T IX E
The Pacific Hakdwakk 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 Avcnaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
Aucilon S.iles by Lewis J. Levey.
If majority rule has free course iu
the Republican party, Mr. Blaine
will be nominated at Minneapolis,
notwithstanding liU emphatic letter
of declination, Blaine clubs are
among the strongest campaign organ
izations in existence iu the chief
cities and with their forces combined
will make a formidable front in the
convention. At last advices less
than 200 delegates were instructed
for Harrison from all over the coun
try. Blaine or a "dark hoise" will
probably be tho nominee,
The communication fiom Captain
Mai tin to the Collector-General is
satisfactory iu explaining away Hie
fiuspiciou that attached to the Cus-
At the opening of the Legislature
the seal of Hie Chancellor to the
French Legation is set six inches
back in the diplomatic low, making
an odd-looking jog in the line. This
is the result of a dispute years ago,
which nearly resulted iu a French
warship being sent here. One of the
other nations' diplomatic- representa
tives had objected to the French
Chancellor being in the line along
with his Commissioner, and the six
inch handicap was ultimately agreed
on at a conference between the di
plomatic corps and the Foreign
The Royal Hawaiian MilituryBand
will give a public concert this after
noon at Emma Square, commencing
at 4 :'M o'clock. The program is aa
March- IJercugller! Eilcnlierg
Oveitiue Tlio ThlevUh Magpie....
Walt. -Inamorata Fare
March II. M. ti. G'ainiH'iduwii....Jlode
Itt'iuliilnuoiu'ua of Uonl.eitl. .. Godfrey
Galop Wally llttliiutlorf
Hy order of Mr. J. V. Hackluld. Assig
nee of the Bankrupt Kstate of T. Ahuu,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
On WEDNESDAY, Jinn 1,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M...
The Whole of the Stock of Merchandise
b-'longhuj to said Estate consisting of a
large assortment of
Crockery. Glassware, Tinwaie,
Lamps, Galvanized Kuckets,
Demijohns, Lump Chimnles,
Rice and Taro Land
A PIECES of Al Rice and Taro Imd
X situated at Waikiki, Knna. Oahu,
(ICiiinoiliili), nuw mul!r cultivation,
containing about G acres in all.
yl'o, 1 Residence Lot on corner of
Ileretania and Miller streets, back of Dr.
Brodie's former residence, containing
10.342 square feet. Tlieie are 2 Good
Cottages and 4 other liulldlng-i on the
place, from which a rental of SJJO.OO per
mouth is derived.
its?" For further iiarticulurs enquire of
430 tf Hotel street, cor Union.
MONDAY, aOtli May, will be Decora
tion Day, all tho-e who have rela
tives or friends resting In "God's Aero"
are hereby respectfully requested to
have their several plots put Iu order.
TRUSTEE OAHU CEMETERY.
Houoliilu, May 25, 1SU2. 4;)0 4t
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old Estahmshkd
In Ciiesis k WmnWx
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat on Tools, Iraplemftnts & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Vacuum OH Co.'s Lnbrlcatiiig Oils I
Always the same; made by a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolineum Avcnarius In Quantities to Suit.
Cummins New Block, Kortifc Merchant stiects.
m 8 e
I 04 Fort Street.
AN OPPORTUNITY !
At me request oi i
number of our pnirons,
we have eoncluded 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 has been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident that, l)3r prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without tho
tiresome course usually
adopted b' instructors.
For further particulars
For Motai MonEta!.
The Al htoanihhlp
due at this port on .Tunc l!)th and will
leave for the above ports on or
EST- For Krcljtht or Passage, havlnc
supeiior Cabin and Steeiagc accommo
dations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO:, L'd,
lis lm Agents.
ffiJSTACE & CO.,
WOOD & COAL.
Just Received a Full Assoitmerit of
rpVO Nicely Furnished
JL Itooms centrally located.
Eumilic Bui.i.i:tik Otllce.
DUVAL PJtBMISES, 31
Heretanti street, opno
slte Fort-stieet Church. Ap
II. I. I.HiLIK,
At Then. II. llavlcH ,to fo.
J 'is :it
LEWIS J LEVISY,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
S HALED proposals will bu received
at tho olUcu or C. Ii. lilpley, archi
tect, mil II 10 o'clock a. si., June Uth,
and opened at that tune, for the repair
ing of tho preinlM'S situated at the cor
ner of Alakoa and Ileretania streets, ac
cording to the hpei'ltlcatlons prepared
for the purpose, copies of which can he
obtained at the ulllco of thu architect.
The right to reject any or all bids is
A. J. OAKTWK.GHT,
Agent Imperial J'he Ins. ( o.
i 4-Tli )OM EI) Cottage on
t Fortstiect. Oood loca
tion and moderate rent.
Apply on the premises or to
At tho Oov't Building.
J l ras n o n n a a n a
Whi:e & Black Sand
Which we will sell at the very lowest
inaiket rates foi cash.
Boll Tele. 414. -aofc&- Mutual Tolo 10.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
On and after May 1st,
1S92, the New and Du-
'piIE Stores in "Arlington
Block" recently occupied
hy E. G. Schumau aio to let.
together with iho Cellar. Tills Cellar is
the tluest and driest In the city. Apply to
411 lm Queen street
Howling is becoming- a fashionable
M KR'I'I Vfi nf kliuii.linlili.iii (if Wilt.
V iniiualo riiiirur Co. will be held un
MONIMY. May 30, 18-J2, at Mr. Alex.
433 It Secietary.
rpilE Hon. Samuel M. Damon will act
JL for me dining my absence fiom
(ho Kingdom, under full power of
Jlonolulu, Muy 21, M2, 482 21
VKUY Desirable Itesl
deneo beyond the Prl-
$&&& sou, containing 5 Jtooms with
Kitchen, Pantry, Dliiluiirooiu un 1 liutli.
The I'roiiiUcH are well-laid out with fruit
and other trees. Apply to
L. P. FERNANDEZ,
40U lm At II. F. Wicliniun's.
HOTEL FOR SALE I
gnSr5 They are Pliable, Supporting' and Unbreakable;
they conform easily to every position of the body while
affording a delightfully comfortable and pleasant support.
The Best ladies' Waist Wade
rt .ob smr m . 'k.r-l.rr
-.'ififficAWk slrable Modern Uesldeuee
-"j33gfeiC of the undersigned, on
Thurston Avenue, containing Large Par
1 r. Dining Jtoom, Conservatory, Two
Bedrooms, Dressing Koom with Statlon
aiv Withstand and Cedar Wardrobe,
I ilthroom wPb Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water iittachmeut, Pantries,
China Closet and Kitchen with Now
Range, Hot Water Boiler and all atwell
ments complete. 't
Large and convenient Stable on the
piemises containing two largo box-stalls..-can
luge, harness and feed rooms, aid
servants' (piarters. f
Grouuds 200x200, beautifully laid out
and terraced. The view is uiibiupassed
lu Honolulu. .
For further particulars see t
W. G. ASHLEY,
:iH(!-tf O. It. & L.'Co.lSTDcpot.
Cottages to Rent 1
corner of Kiiiuu ami aisikiki streets
.1 ...i it - -
cnmpieicu rnreo very -t "
Desirable Cottaui's on tho
At (Jreatly Reduced l'rices.
Chenille I'ortioreb at $0 a Fair. Blind; H. -ailed Capos for Ladiet?, $5-
from .fin and $20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR A? COST.
A new lino of Ohallies ut-lOe. per yard. 12-inch All Wool Drens
Goods, iu Plain, Striped and Checked, reduced fiom
ifl to (iOc. per j aid, a
8. F. EKLERS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
t Dressmaking under tho management of MIKS OLAKIC. ta
HnilAT Pino New, Two
i 1 Story Building opposite
? tho Railway Station, Widhiku,
at preout occupied Hy Geo. W. Macfar
lauo & Co, This Is the best buMncbs
eland iu Wailuku, and suitable for either
a hotel or store. It commands a Hue
view of the harbor. For terms apply to
MR5. E. BATOHELOE,
400 tf ISO Niiiiiiim Avenue.
Wimmi you wiiiii. a l'orivait
Enlarged c.tll on Kinu liros.,
got their pUee lint and sec
suiunlu. They ean't bo beat.
This is only to remind you that TO-MOR-R()Ar
will he a good time to visit our Store.
We are selling Goods at and .below cost
for TWO WEEKS ONLY !
OHAS. J. FISHEL.
These (itttigos have been tlnlsbed with
all modern improvements and being
situated near the ilaklkl Valley have
tinned nice of fresh and cool air. The
grounds contain beautiful shade trees
and line plants. They ate only two
minutes' walk from the trainears, and
parties desirous of securing ono of tho
veiy pleasantest situation of tho eity
are lequested lo Inspect tho above pre
mies. Ifctr For fuitlier particulars apply (o
411 lm J, A, MAGQON.
XOTIUfi OF ASSIGNMENT,
MOE (trading under the name of
Hang Yuen K Co.) of Jyuupo,
Maul, having this day made an assign
ment of his property to the undersigned
tor the heuelUol his eivdltors, notice s
hereby given to all parties having claims
iig.ihiot said Aiuoo to piesent tho biuno
to mo uuuersigueu wiiuiu ou nays irom
tills dale, othcrwUc they wjll bo ljaneil
foiovcr; all purtlcfe indebted to said
iMuoe must iiuike immediate payment
En HOKKSCHLAEGER & CO ,
Assignees of Amoe (.Sang Yuen & Co.)
of Eaupo, Muni.
Honolulu, May 2U, 1802. -lill Ut
Grapes For Sale !
GUI APES froi-h fiom tho tiee, tdx
T lieu uds fur 81, mo foi Mile ut
127 tf Fortbtieut.