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E& BY AUTHORITY.
Tenders for Purchase of
Notice is hereby given tbut under J
authority of Chapter .53, ScsMon Laws
of 1888, "An Aottogive greater Fccuti
ty to Depositors in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Hunk,-' thu L'ostiiius.ter-Ck'ii-eial
ofl'ors foi sale $50,000 of Coupon
Bonds of the Hawaiian Government,
suoh bond to be itsued in (he deno
mination of One Thousand Dollar
each, redeemable in not less than tlve
yours nor more than twenty year.,
with interest ut si. per rout, pur mi
mini, payable t-onii-annually, principal
und interest puynblo in U. S. j;old
coin, the bondb to oxpioss on their
face that they me issued us soctuity
foi the Postal Savings Hunk Deports.
Tenders foi the purchase of the
whole or any pint of said bomU will
be received at the cilice of the lleyis
trar of Public Account, Finance De
partment, up to 12 o'clock on PHI
DAY, the 1st day of July, 1S92.
The Postniastei-Oeneral does not
bind himself to accept any tender, oi
the whole of any tender.
Dated May 2S, 1S!)2.
H. A. Wiii:mann,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign Aflairs.
C. N. Spenckk,
Minister of Inteiior.
V. Austin Whitish,
Foreign Oillco Notice.
Foki.ign Ornorc. )
Ho.vou'i.u, May 111, 1S02.
Official notice lias been received
from His Excellency John L. Stevens,
Envoy E.tiaoidinary and Ministci
Plenipotentiary of the United States,
MR. W. POKIER BOYD,
United States Con-ular Oleik, ha
been assigned for duty at the Office
of the United States Consulate-General
at Honolulu, and that ho is recog
nized by tin's Department as sti'di
Consular Clerk. -1113 3t-2.'l It
3. M. KAAUKAI, Em, has this
day been appointed a member of the
JJoad Boaid foi the Taxation District
of Honolulu, O.ilm, for the unoxpiied
term made vacant by the death of Mr
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior
Interior Office, May IU, 1S02.
f I J?
Pledged to neither &ect nm fany,
But established for 'he hrnriit oi nil.
TUESDAY. MAY 31, 1602.
Other matter is held in reserve in
oilier to get the report of the Legis
lature up to noon or as, close thereto
A correspondent criticises the
Ameiican Minister's address on
Memorial Day. It does in the pas
sage quoted appear to lie an extra
ordinary deliverance by the diploma
tic representative of a friendly na
tion. Certainly no foieign icpreaen
tative at the capital of any tirst-rate
Power would make such a meddle
some refeience to the internal alfairs
of the Government to which he was
acci edited without getting his pass
port in short order.
LAWN TENNIS PKIZE.
The silvpr prize given by the Ho
nolulu Tennis Club and won by Miss
Molly Atkinson on the Wodehoiise
court is on eyliibiiion in the window
of Mr. II. K. Wicliman's jewelry
store. It was designed and executed
by Mr. Wich nan and is in the shape
of a buckle for a belt or sash. On
the left corner is a tennis hall partly
hiding u racquet; and on the ball
are the initials II. T. C. and along
the handle of the racquet, May 20,
1892. On the right corner are tennis
halls tapering to a blunt point and
on the largest one, Molly Atkinson.
Across the iutei veiling space is a
nutting of silver. The prize as a
whole is not only n pretty ornament
but a convenient one also.
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of K. V, Wood, at
McKees Rocks, l'a., says whiles he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
giil came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamhcilain'u I'ain Halm ami
said: "Mainina wants another bot
tle of that iiudieine; she says it if
the bust medicine lor rheumatism she
uver used," 50 cent hoillud lor sale
by all dealers. Benson, .Smith &G'o.,
HWbll Willi aOKh5W't'tl'winiil ' ,, li I'JWHI l .WUW
THE TREASON CASES.
Preliminary Hearing Before
Tuksiuy, May 31.
Gf.o. Nawaakoa, resumed (Gives
names of n number piesent at a
meeting of the Hawaiian Patriotic
League on the lllh April) ; rceiuit
iug members was done at that meet
ing, some 20 were taken in that
night ; object of meeting was ex
plained b Wilcox, some recruits
saying they didn't know objects; ho
said it was a secret organization to
get equal lights, which at present
they were not getting, with Mr. Wil
son at the head ; there was only one
way ol getting equal rights, that was
by bayonets ; he advised them to
prepare themselves, and after they
wore well provided with arms to ask
the Queen for their wishes, and if
she did not comply she wa9 to be set
Mr. Ilartwell objects to Mr. Rosa,
counsel assisting prosecution, making
suggestions to witness. It was pre
sumed they had been making search
ing examinations of witnesses out
side, and suggestions heie as to
answers were improper.
Mr. Creighton replied that the only
objection could be as to the propiiety
of a question in itself. When the
authorities spent days and weeks in
examining witnesses they were only
doing their duty.
The Court considered the ques
tions proper in the line of direct ex
amination, but in deference to the
objecting counsel asked that the
question should be put differently.
Witness The Queen was to be set
aside by force (ikaika) ; no one else
took pait in discussion, it was only
an explanation by Mr. Wilcox; other
defendants here heard what was said ;
the leeriias consented after explana
tion, and oath was administered by
Col. Ashford, interpreted by Mr.
Wilcox, with hands on the Bible ; it
was customary for old members to
renew the oath every night ; recruits
assented by "yes" belore the oath
was administered ; Ashford also
placed liis hand on the Bible; I did
so loo; those who couldn't reach the
Bible held up their hands ; the oath
was similar to what 1 gave yesterday ;
it was given trom memory, not read,
in clauses; some repeated it in Eng
lish, others in Hawaiian; recruits
were sworn in at general meeting ;
there was an executive meeting after
ward ; at that meeting it was decided
to divide the men into squads of 10
men each so as to ensure success;
the lieutenants were to take seats in
the executive council; wheie theie
were 20 men a captain was to be ap
pointed ; the purpose was to divide
up the meeting so as not to create
suspicion; Ashford said if we were
to be surprised it was only to be a
meeting ot the Libctal party; it was
to avoid a general meeting, as the
number was increasing all the time;
executive discussed possibility of so
dividing the League into squads; or
ganization was divided up, but no
boundaiies were given; all 1 have
named before as in executive council
are lieutenants ; Alex. Smith didn't
attend executive meeting; don't re
member anything said as to what was
to be done after the Queen was set
aside; there was something about a
substitute lor the Queen, but no one
was named as such ; it was said
another one was to be placed in her
stead ; the doors were closed, there
were two sentries Kapoi and Jim
Crow ; my occupation is a police
officer, since April M, 181)1, before
that was a Customs clerk ; all our
meetings were conducted in secrecy
with sentries outside; might have at
tended other meetings than those I
have mentioned but do not recollect ;
AMiford presided at the meeting of
Cross-examined by Mr. Ilartwell
Was not a policeman before April,
1891; was a cleik at the Custom
House a number of years, was dis
charged after the 1887 racket, don't
remember how long after, think it
was the next year; don't know rea
son for my dischaige, nothing was
said to me about reason ; there was
something said about others who
were discharged; others dischaiged
wero Geo. Markhain, Geo. Miles,
Arch. Gillillaii and Riclid. Mossinan ;
between discharge and appointment
as policeman 1 planted taio; was
asked to go on icgular police but
declined, then was asked to go on as
special police; my duties were to
keep the peace.
Q. That is what we are all trying
to do. What paitieulur duties had
you to perforin?
Mr. Creighton objects.
The Court observes that there are
matters in the administration of the
police which are privileged. After
further argument the question is al
lowed in a general sense.
Q. What was the general nature
of your duties?
A. To trace up the evildoers ;
never went on regular beat; did not
assemble at station with other police
men ; might have known some of
them as policemen ; first meeting ol
League I attended was on 10th
Q.- Had you a conversation with
the Marshal before going there?
Mr. Creighton objects.
The Court allows the question.
A. No, bit ; had conveioation
with someone else; sometimes meet
ing closed after U, sometimes about
1(), boiuctiuiu later; can't say what
latest hour wai; never was any as
lute tu 12,) possibly as lute as 11,
can't say ; think I -Va3 seen liking
notes on the tablets at meetings, can't
point out anybody as ono who saw
me; saw Col. Ashford taking notes
at meetings, saw no one else doing
so ; most of times went straight from
meeting to my house on Nuuanu
street; when I didn't I would be
with some of the members sitting
down; sometimes I reported to the
Marshal in the morning and some
times In the evening, always at his
office ; may have been some persons
present ut these times.
Q. Will you say distinctly wheth
er all the notes 1 now hand you are
In your own handwriting? Be sure,
look it over carefully.
A. The body of the statement is
mine; there are a few items not mine
(counsel finds that only headings are
excepted by witness) ; quite u num
ber occupy house with me (gives
names of several co-tenants) wrote
notes in my own room ; whilo writ
ing them no person olso was present;
don't know of anybody being aware
I was making the notes; had school
ing hut at Oahu College, before that
at Fort-street, Royal, old man Gu
lick's, and several others; (witness
states in Hawaiian what he testified
Wilcox said in English at first meet
ing, also that about force of arms at
a later meeting); during time I was
attending these meetings I didn't
communicate their proceedings to
anybody but the Marshal ; I did not
go to the meeting of the league at
Ivalihi on one occasion ; went to no
meeting of the League there' on the
7lh of May ; heard Wilcox say the
Hawaiians and Patriotic League
wanted a new Constitution, but not
at a meeting on May 7; was not
present at a meeting when it was pro
posed to seize Maishal C. B. Wilson.
Mr. Creighton objected that coun
sel could not cross-examine from
memoranda of witness which the
Court had ruled out, and against
which counsel for the defense had
The Court asks if this is cross-examination
and, after argument, in
forms counsel that authorities befoie
it are to the effect that, when coun
sel on cross-examination asks ques
tions on matters not brought out in
direct examination, he makes the ev
idence his own and is bound by it.
The Court takes recess from 11 :53
to 1 :30.
J'x ' Hcumoro."
The Pacific Hardware 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 Avenarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
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.
WENNER & CO,,
Oldest Jewelry Establishment in
the Hawaiian Islands,
Keg to announce that finin this date
they nial.e a reduction of from
15 to 25 Percent !
On all Goods in their line. Kveryai ti
de will be marked in plain
figures at the
LOWEST PRICE POSSIBLE !
tT Call aud ee for yourself, -a
92 FORT STREET
Honolulu. May 31, 18U2. 1115 tf
? -, "VTOTIOK is hereby
AdR i the following
animal will be sold at public auction
on HTUW)AY, Juno 11, 1802. at la
o'clock noon, at the Government, Pound
1 Hay llnife, all legs black, soie
bmik, branded l"iL" aud ".0" on
light bind leg,
p-ST Owner of the abovn animal must
xcml in his claim within lfi days,
otherwise It will be sold on the dale
above named. I), KAOAO,
Honolulu, May at), 18!)2. 4!)4 2t
WAIAKKA MILL CO.
AT Hie annua) meeting of Hie above
Company held this day at the
olllco of Tliuo. 11. U.ivlus & Co , In
Honolulu, the following ollleers were
elected for the ensuing year:
I'leident Then. II. Davies,
Vlce-1'iesiduiit Alex. Young,
Tieahiircr V. M. Hwauzy,
beeretaiy..,,....K. W. Iloldiswoitn,
Auditor T. it Keywjirth.
K. W. HOLh.SWOKTH,
Honolulu, May IT, 1802. -Wa t
For Mouldings, Fnuncs,
PuslolH, ArlolyjicH, Pliolo
Hniviir!8, Eichhitfs and
imsr.v thing- in tlio lino ol
piotnruH, go to King UroM.,
wwwCwSs KwfiiixifM.i4AMmmwii wjjS
NINTH ANNUAL MEETING
JUNE 11, 1892.
4S Eaces to Oommanot at 10 o'olock Sharp. tS
1st RACE BICYCLE RACE.
1st Prize, Gold Medal; 2d
Prize, Silver Medal.
1-Mile Da-h. Free for all.
2d RACE-"QUEEN LILIUOKA
LAN1 CUP." $100 added.
Running Race, i-Mile Dash. Fico
3d RACE "LUNAMAKAAINANA
Tiotting and racing for Ha
waiian Bred Hortes to Harness.
Mile Heals; best 2 in It.
4th RACE "GOVERNOR'S CUP."
Running Race. 5"JI'le Dash for
Hawaiian Bred Horbes.
5th RACE "KALAKAUA CUP,"
formerly His Majesty's Cup.
Running Race. 1 Mile Dash. Ha
waiian Bred Horses owned by
members of the Jockey Club.
Cup to become the property of
the one winning it twice.
Winner in 18S7, "1'oni Moi," Hon.
V. H. Corn well.
Winner in 1888, "Wonder," Mr. E.
Winner in 1890, "WilhelmiVjc," Col.
Z. S. Spalding.
Winner in 1801, "Yum Yum," Hon.
Gth RACE-"HONOLULU PLATE."
3-Minute Class. 8100.
Trotting and Pacing to Harness,
lor all Horses not having a recoid
of II Minutes or better. Mile
Heats; beot 2 in 3.
7th RACE-"ROSITA CHALLENGE
CUP." 8100 added.
Running Race. 1-Mile Dash. Win
ner to beat record of "Angle A."
1.45. Free for all.
8th RACE KAPIOLAN1 PARK
Trotting and Pacing to Harness.
Mile Heats; bctt II in 5. Piee for
9th RACE " KAMEIIAMEIIA
Running Race, 1-Mile Dash.
Hawaiian Bred llursea.
10th RACE JOCKEY CLUB POST
SweepbtakeH $20. Trotting and
Pacing to Harues-s. Mile HcaU;
best 2 in'H. Unites to bu driven
by Members of tho Club.
11th RACE "OCEANIC S. S. CO.
CUP." 875 added.
Running Race, -Mile Dash.
Hawaiian Bied lloiccs.
12th RACE PONY RACE. 876
with Racing Saddle from His
Ex. II. A. Widomann added.
Running Race, 1-Mile Hash. Ha
waiian Hied, for Ponied 14 hand
and under. Catch-weight.
13th RACE MULE RACE. 850.
Running Race, 1-Mile Dash, Ha
waiian Bred. Catch-weight.
14th RACE "PRESIDENT CUP,"
Running Race, 1-Mile Dash.
Free for all.
All entries to close at 2 o'clock i
ii., on MONDAY, June . 1892, at
the olliee of the Secretary, and all en
try fees 10 percent unlese otherwise
All Races to be run or tiottcd un
der the rules of the Hawaiian Jockey
All Horwi are oxpecled to Mart
uulene drawn by 12 o'clock noon on
Juno 10, 1892.
All JIoriOH are oxpected to appear
on the Hack at the tap of thu bell
from the Judge'n Stand, otherwise
they will bo lined.
Admis-ioii ,,,50 eta.
Grand bland .extra)
50 litB. mill $1 00
Cmriagu (inside of courao). $2 50
tJiLiriej stretch Badges $5 00
C. O. HKJlGttlt,
mS-Ulfc Beeietury 11. J, O,
Hawauan Jockey uluu
HE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00.
S:E1383A5; A. .TleyilJKaH', S'wsi'Ji'Mi.
issues Bvmy Desirable Form of Policy !
.. 1 ici
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLl AttS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most lihcial over offered by any Insurance Company.
t&" For full particulars apply to
J General Aim tit. for the Hiiwiilian Islands.
PMIIII I !! I ! ! M l .! Bwi l li ,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Pasture Lands in Kapahuln,
By order of Hon. S. B. Dole, I will
oiler for sale at Public Auction, at
my Sdesrooin, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, Juno 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
The Following Dosp.;bl Propertlts:
1 Lot 37 of the Kapabulu survey,
including an iwo.i of -loo acres and
fenced on the easteily, westeily and
mauka siden with Mono wall for the
most pint. This laud is bounded
mauka by the 'Waialao lo.id, easteily
by Waial.ie and westeily by Lot 38.
2 Lots US, 3IS aud 31 of the Kapa
httlli survey, including an area of
38'JJ acres. Fenci .1 in by stone wall
and wiie font:.' an I for a Miorl di.
tuncu by a steep .it of Diamond
Head. Bounded mauka by the
Wai.dae Road, e.iu ily by Lot 37,
westeily by the ili of l'ahoa and nia
kai by Park lots, and ha an outlet on
the l'.uk and a water supply for
stock. This land is cleared of lantana
for about of iu area.
3 A poitinn' of the Ili of P.ihoa
lying weM of the last mentioned land
with the Waial.ie road skirting its
mauka sido. Tho new Kiipahulu
road cuts ucios" its westeily end.
Area 73 aoies. Fenced on its cast
All of these Lands furni.-h
considerable pastuie during a huge
part of the year and contain a yearly
increasing growth of algerob.i trees,
which furnish a large amount of feed
12S 22t Aiu'ti'inccr
Aucion S le by Lavis J. Levey.
By order of Mr. J. F. Ilaeklelrt. Assig
nee of the Bankrupt Kt:itc of T. Aliiiug,
I will sell ut Public Auction, at my
On WEDNESDAY, . T mil' 1,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
The Whole of the Stock of Merchandise
belonging to s.nd Kitute consisting of a
large asset Uncut of
CroekPiy. Glassware, Tinware,
Lamps, 'Galvanized Uuekets,
Demijohns, Lamp Chimnie.
Etc., Etc., Lto., Ktc.
THinim 0 1411.
LEWIS J LEVEY,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
Q WALED proposals will be leeulved
O at the olhVe of U. H. Iiipley. archi
tect, tin i i I 10 o'clock a. m, June '.Mb, ,
and opened at that time, for the i chair
ing ot tlie pi einl-.es situated at the. eoi
iii'i nf AlaUea ami IK-reluiil.i Mieet, ac- I
coiding to the t.peejileaiioii'. piep.ned
for the purpose, copies of which inn be !
obtained at the olliee of the aiehitect
The riizht to reject any or all bids U
Agent Impel ial Klie Ins. Co,
i-, f, r-i-WO Xleely Funilsln'd
2'JSsb i Uoouis centrally located.
!ui.il'i& Kiiiuiire i:ui,i,i:riN uillce.
f ruvAL ruuMisns, 31
UrW?" ' liereMuli htieet, opno
KH site Fort-ktieet Cliureli. Ap
it. 1. LILLIB,
At Theo. II. Davies & Co.
4-R')OMKD Cottno on
V Eon street. Good loca
tion and moderate lent.
Apply on the preinli.es or to
111 tf Atthe(io't liulldhig. -
ftw 4i 'T"I1E Stoics ill "Aillngton ,
f-&$ ' llleek" i eceutly occupied
SitnKi. by K. G. Schiiinau sue to let,
tojjciiier witn Hie 1,'eiiar. Tins cellar is
tho fluent aud diiest in tho city. Apply to
O. UIIKWKK &0O..
411 1 in Queen btieet.
Grapes For Sale !
CIIIAI'KS fie.-h fi (mi (he tice, hhc
T pcuiid for 'i J . in u fni Miluat
JL'7 If Koitfctieet.
Wlimi .nt wain ii rtirtrail
j Euiiii'Kcd dill (in Kiui Ilro.s,,
I pjL thuir pilot) IimL iiud nee
i Humilea. Thoy cau't bo bout.
ytWj.WSywMtVKa.w. , i.. Ki-In.-imxM. i . i '.'JWt BYrf l
u Mm.ijBintijijuiii .i i ... . mi in... i .... iv-..,..-,-. -..-.-
BJS S ft ES !!
0 nJ SR
tr vn 8
HAVE OPENED THEIR
Nsw China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahunianu Stre t, Ground Floor, with a
Larp Mint of New Sooiis ex "Beiiire."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OP
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
iew Rus &, Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
83s PHICaCS HEDUOED 1
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
Ornamental! Economical is Durable!
Eddy's Old Estaiimshkd
ii Chests & Mneentorj.
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat on T r h, Imphnpors & Supplias
Paints, Oils & VariiUhev
Vacuum Oil Co.'s LnWcatlJg OiisI
Always the miiiio; nvulo by a special
process and always lu'hable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWAKE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
a & a i
J 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a
Sr 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 gade !
At Greatly Iledticed 1'iices.
Chenillo Fortieicb at 5fG a Pair. UlacU Headed Capos for Ladieg, Spfi Itednced
foin !)!lf and $20.
GENTS' WHITE SBIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST,
A now line of Challiet. at '10V. per yard, 'i2-inc.li All Wool Drebs
Goods, in l'lain, Striped and Checked, reduced fioni
fi to (iOo. per van), at
B. F. EHLEBS k CO.'S, 99 FORT ST,
f;i IiickhiiiiiMui; itnilnr the iniiiitigeineiit of MUSS OLAKIC. ia
This is only to remind you that TO-MOR-RqW
"will be a good time to visit oiu Store.
Wo are selling- Goods at and .below cost
for TWO WEEKS ON LA'!
OF NEW YORK.
llo ilkwiC tern
Full Assortment of
;H M WW v W
OHAS. J. tflSHEL.