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On and after July 1, 1892. the day
ou which the Universal Postal Union
Convention signed at Vienna, July
1, 1891, will eouie into operation,
the limits of weight and size of sam
ple packages of merchandise ex
changed in the mails between the
United States and Hawaii, and be
tween Great Britain and Hawaii, will
bo : Weight, 850 grammes ; Size, 30
by 20 by 10 centimetres. Approxi
mate Euglish equivalents adopted:
Weight, 12 ounces; Size, 12 by S
by -l inches. Packets in the form of i
a roll must not exceed 12 inches in
length and G inches in diameter.
The limits of weight and size of
sample packages exchanged in niuih
between Hawaii and all other coun
tries of the Union than those above
named will be, from the first day of
July next: Weight, 8 ounces; size,
12 by 8 by -I inches.
Honolulu, June 1, 1S92.
130 11-23 It
Tenders for l'lirclinsu of
Notice is hereby given that under
authority of Chapter 38, Session Laws
of 1S88, "An Act to give gi cuter seeuri
ty to Depositors in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Hank,' the Postmaster-Gen
eral oilers for sale ."r'fiO.OUO of Coupon
Bonds.uf the Hawaiian Government,
such bonds to be issued in the deno
mination of One Thousand Dollars
each, redeemable in not less than live
years nor more than twenty years,
with interest al six per cent, per an
num, payable semi-annually, principal
and interest payable in U. S. gold
coin, the bonds to express on their
face that they ate issued as security
for the Postal Savings Hank Deposits.
Tenders for the purchase of the
whole or any part of said bonjls will
.'.wreCOiWt aFthe ofliee of the Kegis
irar of Public Accounts, Finance De
partment, up to 12 o'clock on FRI
DAY, the 1st day of July, 1892.
The Postmastei-Geueral does not
bind himself to accept any tender, or
the whole of any tender.
Dated 31 ay 28, 1S92.
II. A. Widkman.v,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
C. X. Si-kncch,
Minister of Interior.
W. Austin Wiiitino,
Sale of Lease of Government
Lands at Kau, Hawaii.
On SATURDAY, Juno 4, 1892, at
12 o'clock noon, at the fiont entrance
of Al'ioliuii llulo will be sold at Pub
lic Auction the lease of the following
tracts of land at Kau, Hawaii:
Tract Xo. 1. Mohakcunui, contain
ing an aiea of 2Iif)7 acres, more or
less. Upset price $1)00 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
Tract Xo. 2. Mohakcaiki, contain
ing an area of 201 acre.-, more or less.
Upset rico 50 per annum, p.iyublo
bcmi-unnuullv in advance.
Lease for 15 years.
Tlio conditions of this sale is that
the Government may at -any time
dining the teiin of the lease enter
upon, take possession and dispose of
all or any portion of the same for
Homestead purposes, the Government
allowing in such case a correspond
ing reduction on tho lents.
C. X. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May 3, 1892.
Tenders will bo received by the
Printing Committed of the Legisla
ture of 1892, now in Session, for the
supply of printed matter required
during the Session.
Tenders to be addressed to Chair
man Printing Committee, Legislative
Hall, not later than Monday, June (!.
The Committee (loco not bind itself
to uccept I he lowest or any tender.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
437 3t Chairman.
The bust thing to hoim! to
your friends abroad is King
Jlrow.' Illustrated Noiivanir
of Hawaii, which 1h gotten
up tor the jmii'pohu ami Ih
i' tr - Air
Plrdtred to nrxthrr Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the hrnrtit of alt.
THURSDAY, JUNK 2, 1892.
Colonel Samuel Norris authorizes
the HuLLtrm to state that he is will
ing to give Portuguese on application
live thousand cords of wood, for fire
wood or charcoal, free, on Kahuku
ranch, Hawaii. This is a generous
offer these tight times.
Professor Henry Berger, master
of the Royal Hawaiian Hand, well
deserves the public ovation planned
for him this evening. The band is a
national institution one of the lust to
be thought of for abolishing or di
minishing in force on the score of
economy. It is known all over the
world from the reports of ollleial,
commercial and tourist visitors, as
one of the leading attractions of Ha
waii's capital. Nothing of an arti
ficial nature has done more singly to
make life in Honolulu pleasant to
natives and foreigners than the band.
What the band is, in strength and
ellleiency, and lias been these many
years, is due to the masterful skill of
Prof. Berger as an instructor and a
conductor. It is twenty 3 ears to-day
since Mr. Bergcr's arrival in Hono
lulu, and since that day he has con
ducted the national band in over
three thousand recorded concerts, be
sides numbers unrecorded in the
reignstof Kamehameha V. and Luna
lilo and some outside of Honolulu,
the following being the record :
Places. Xo. Conckkts.
Emma Square 1208
Hawaiian Hotel 413
Palace (Kalakaua, K).. 807
Palace (Liliuokalani, Q) 139
Thomas Square 118
Queen Emma Hall 30
Queen's Hospital 38
Makee Island 10
Departuies Steamers . 297
Mr. Berger's arrival here dated
two years after the starting of the
Royal Hawaiian Military Band. The
first master was Mr. C. B. North
cott, who remained about a year,
being succeeded by Mr. F. Medina,
who also retired after a brief service.
Mr. Berger was selected from the
German army by the Prussiau Gov
ernment, at the solicitation of the
late Governor Dominis to obtain a
first-class leader. The new band
master, whose twentieth anniversary
is celebrated at this date, soon dis
played reraaikable tact in drilling
Hawaiians in musical numbers. His
original corps numbering a dozen or
so has been increased to a strength
of over thirty, and about a year
ago the band was equipped with
a full orchestral outfit, so that it now
performs as required with either class
of instruments complete. There had
always been a string detachment,
however, in the band, and the full
orchestral equipment is a develop-,
ment rattier than an innovation in its
career under Professor Berger. One
of the proudest incidents in the
band's history under its veteran mas
ter was its visit to San Francisco on
the occasion of the Knights Templar
Conclave in July, 1883. There was
a testimonial concert given to .the
bandmaster prior to his departure,
and he spent two weeks with the baud
in San Francisco. In the Knights
Templar procession the Hawaiian
Band was accorded the post of
honor, behind the Grand Master,
amongst twenty-seven bands. For
some years Mr. Berger gave regular
instructions to a brass bund formed
of the street Arabs detained in the
Reformatory school, bringing them
up to a standard that enabled them
to turn out ut public celebrations,
processions, etc. Some of those
boys are now among the bandsmen
of the Royal.
Professor Berger has doubtless
done more to promote and develop
music among Ilawaiiais than any
person who has ever lived. The
ovation that is assured him from the
community this evening is singular
in that there lias' not. been heard one
discordant or dissonant note with re
gaid to its fitness and propiicly as
an honor mote than deserved and
never more honorably earned.
R. M. S. S. MONOWAI.
The R. M. S. S. Monowui, HiiOO
tons, M. Carey, commander, arrived
here from the Colonies this morning
en route to San Francisco, at 9 :30 a.
111. Sailed from Sydney on May 1 Oil)
at n p. 111., and reached Auckland 011
20th at 7 p. m. Left on the 21st al
0 p. m,, arriving ut Apia on the 2ith
ut 7 p. in, Stui (cd again at 10 p. in.
the same (lay and took Honolulu pilot
uhourd us above, Tim weather (lur
ing the t'litim trip win Hue. The K.
M, h, S. AliiintidJ, from Honolulu,
arrlyud ut Auckland oil Saturday,
May 21jjt, ut 4 p., m, fc
THE TREASOH CASES.
Preliminary Hearing Before
TiiimsuA.Y, June 2.
' The Court opened at 10:10.
W. J. Sheldon, sworn in as iutcr
preter Hali:akai,a, sworn 1 work for the
Government cutting wood ; know de
fendant Wilcox but not Ash ford;
knot? defendants over there (names
several) ; attended one meeting at
Bipikanc's in evening; Lot Lane in
vited me there ; was told meeting was
for love of the land and of the Queen
and an equal Constitution ; a white
man spoke to me in English and it
was interpreted by Wilcox ; (looking
at Ashford) white man looked like
him ; was told to abide by the laws
of the league, whoever turned traitor
should die; took an oath to that,
holding hands all round, the foreign
er gave the oath, being ut tho head
of the circle; don't remember any
thing else said ; Wilcox spoke about
dividing men into squads, but not at
thai time, appointing a lieutenant to
each squad from the league ; there
was something said about getting a
new Constitution by Wilcox, just the
same as he has always said round
comers, that if wc couldn't tict this
Constitution changed perhaps we
would have to use guns ; something
was said about a demand to be made
of the Queen for a new Constitution ;
nothing was said about what would
be done if the Queen refused to grant
a new Constitution.
Q. Was anything said like these
Mr. Hartwell objected. When men
were ou trial for their lives on spoken
words, the attempt to get words out
of a witness in this way was repre
hensible. Q. (By Mr. Ro3a.) You don't
remember anything else said at that
Q. Are you telling the same thing
now you told me?
A. Yes; don't remember any
thing more than that Wilcox said if
we can't get this Constitution other
wise, we may have to use guns;
don't remember anything said about
the Queen in case she should decline ;
no person has been to see me since
yesterday with regard to my evi
Cross-examined This meeting was
some time over a mouth ago; was at
station three times about this mat
ter; first lime Nahoolewa, Marshal,
Deputy Marshal, one of the clerks
and a white man were there; the
clerk wore glasses, don't know if it
was Kenyou ; second time met Rosa
and third time Rosa ; no one told me
first time what I ought to say.
Pro.-ecution rests at 10:45.
Mr. Hartwell submitted and filed a
motion to dismiss the charge and
discharge the defendants without
day on the following grounds:
1. Because there is no evidence
presented which tends to show that
any of these defendants has been
guilty of any overt act of treason,
whereof he stands charged.
2. Because there is no evidence
presented which tends to show that
any of these defendants has by any
overt act plotted to delluone or des
iroy Her Majesty the Queen.
3. Because there is no evidence
presented which tends to show that
any of these defendants has attempt
ed to dethrone or destroy Her Maj
esty by doing any act towards com
mitting or in part execution of that
4. Because the most that can be
predicated of any of the evidence
presented is that it'migbt authorize
an inference that certain of the
defendants have been guilty of "a
mere preparation of the means of
committing the offense" of plotting
or attempting to dethrone or destroy
Her Majesty the Queen: "nothing
being done in execution of the at
tempt to commit the same," and by
ihu statute such preparation is de
clared to be "not an attempt to com
mit the same."
5. Because spoken words cannot
under the Hawaiian statute of trea
son, as well as under the Hawaiian
Constitution or 1887, constitute or
form the offense of treason, or con
stitute or form the offense of plot
ting or of attempting to plot to
dethrone or destroy Her Majesty the
0. Because a conspiracy to com
mit treason, if such conspiracy were
shown, or to do any other actdefined
as treason, is not of itself treason,
nor is it an overt act of treason.
7. Because an attempt to levy
war against the Quccd'b Government,
if any such attempt were shown, is
not treason nor is it an overt act of
8. Because there Is no evidence
tending to show that any of these
defendants has been a party to any
overt ucl in or towards procuring or
rising force, or putting himself in a
condition to use force either by being
present at such overt act or by pro
moting, uiding in, or being otherwise
accessory before the fact to the same.
Mr, Cri'ighton presumed there wus
a copy of the motion for tho prosecu
tion. Mr. Hartwell reminded Mr. Crelgli
ton that he hud telephoned to him
the previous night, asking if the pro
sedition was likely to clow this
morning, uud was given the impres
sion in reply that it us not, He
wuj ywy,JiOTr) Uiut Jiu huo! not hud
time to have' It copy prepared, but
supposed tho Court would lake a
recess at this stage, in which a copy
could be made.
Mr. Crcighton remarked on the
fact that the defense had insisted on
a copy of the charge for each one of
tho defendants. Tho prosecution
wag ready to go on with tho arcu
tnent. Mr. Hartwell disclaimed any in
tention of committing a discourtesy.
Ho UidTiot Intend to argue the mo
The Court takes recess from 10:55
to 1 :30.
BERGER'S BENEFIT CONCERT.
Following is the program of the
benefit concert tendered to Band
master Berger, this Thursday even
ing, June 2nd:
1. Second Grosse Arie, for Clario
U. S. San Francisco Band.
2. Waltz Trio "O'er Blooming
Meadows " Wokcrlin
Kawuiahuo Seminary Chorus.
3. Song " Wandcrlied "... .Schuman
Hon. P. It. Isenberg.
4. Violin Solo CupricoXo. 2. .Musin
5. Kinder Symphony in C-major. .
Trumpet, Miss Athcrton; Cuckoo,
Miss Patch; Bells, Miss Ellen
Hopper; Triangle, Miss Panne
lee; Quail, J. Q. Wood; Nightin
gale, Wmy Taylor; Rattle, G. E.
Smithies; Drum, George II.
Paris; Piano, Profeesors G. L.
Bahcock and Oscar Hcrold; 1st
and 2d Violins and Cellos, by
members of the Royal Hawaiian
0. Aria from the "Pearl of Brazil"
.' ..F. David
Annie Louise Musin.
7. Concert Sceno Kiesler
St. Louis College Orchestra.
a. 1- lower Bong from "Faust "
Misb Louise F. Dale.
9. Quintette Selection from "La
Piano, Miss Hopper; 1st Violin,
-Miss McGrew; 2d Violin, J.
Lightfoot; Viola, A. Marques;
Violoncello, Wmy Taylor.
10. Trio Three Little Maids, from
"Mikado" (in costume). . . .Sullivan
Mrs. Bowler, Miss Xolle, Miss Li-h-
11. "Trumpeter's May Soup;".. Osgood
Kamehameha Glee Club.
12. Festival March "Twenty Years"
(new) Henry Berger
Royal Hawaiian Band.
The total number of deaths repor
for the month of May, lb'J2, was
distributed as follows:"
Under 1 year.
From 1 to 5..
From ."1 to 10.
Fro.ii 10 to 20
From 20 to U0
From SO to 40...
From 40 to f0...
Fron 50 to 00...
From 00 to 711...
. 2 Females, 20
--27 I Great Britain...
.. G I Americans
..51 Other nations...
.. 1 i
CAUS15 OK DKATII.
Consumption. ... C
Cholera luf'ntum 1
Disease of Heart
Rupture of Brain
HO I MavlS'Jl
May 18S'J 50
May 1890 CO
Annual death rate per 1000 per
All other nationalities 20.57
O. 1$. Rkynoi.ds,
Agent Hoard of Health.
Col. Charles Seeley, press repre
sentative of Sells' Circus, called at
the Bulletin ollice to explain why
the animals in the menagerie could
not be exhibited here. The animals
are so packed on the ship that there
is not enough room for people to gel
round without risk of getting hurt.
Two or three cages contain tigers
just imported from the jungles, and
it would be unsafe to approach the
range of their claws. Mr, Ephraim
Sells, the senior member of tho pro
prietary, says he will return here
after the World's Fair and stay a
month with the show. The circus
hud packed houses, turning people
away, in all the large towns through
out the Colonies.
A traveljng man who chnnced to
be in the store of E. V. Wood, at
AIcKees Hocks, Pu,, says whilo he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Bulin and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it ie
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
rpilK organization known as Phi Olll
.L cero' Club, organized by ihe hue
King, will hold a meeting at the Kar-rnek-4
on FIUI)Y KVKNINO, ut 7:0
o'clock. All who are in favor of keep
lug up 'heUhlb will please usscmhluut
the hour and place mentioned.
JIM 'il I'EK OIUJKK.
IMIKHIC will ha a mealing of the
1 inoiuht-r of tlir Mcuhuiilch llmmtll
Union ut ihe Huglne No, -i Hall, FJtl-
Ily ordur of
li iii uuvah.
KlUtfLtltl A. UcOUlJtOV,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLl ARS. '
Its New pistribution Policy is tho most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Compuny.
t&" For full particulars apply to
I-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Ilx " llrnmorc."
The Pachic Hakdwaue 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 Oil?.
Carbolineum Avenaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
Auction Sales oy Jnmes V. Morgan.
Pasture Lauds in Kapahulu,
By order of Hon. S. B. Dole, I will
idler for sale at Public Auction, at
niy Sdesroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, June 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
The Following Desirabln Propertied
1 Lot 37 of the Kapahulu survey,
including an area of 455 acres anil
fenced on the easterly, westerly and
matika sides with stone wall for the
most part. This laud is bounded
mauka by tho Waialac road, easterly
by Wuial.ic and westerly by Lot 3S.
2 Lots 38, 33 and 31 of tho Kapa
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
Mead. Bounded mauk'ti by the
Waialue Koad, easterly by Lot 37,
westerly by the ili of P.ihou and nia
kai by Park lots, and has an outlet on
the Park and a water supply for
stock. This land is cleared of luutunu
for about of its area.
3 A portion of the Ili of P.iho.i
lying west of the last mentioned land
with the Wai.dae road skirting its
mauka side. The new Kapahulu
load cuts across' its westerly end.
Area 73 acres. Fenced on its east
All of these Lands furnish
considerable pasture during a largo
part of the year and contain a yearly
increasing growth of algcrnbsi trees,
which furnish a large amount of feed
TUMBLE in J8WBLRY !
WENNER & GO,,
Oldest Jewelry Establishment in
the Hawaiian Islands,
llcg to announce that from thN date
they make a reduction of from
15 to 25 Percent,!
On all Goods In their line. Kveryaiil-
cle will he marke 1 in plain
figures at the
LOWEST PRICE POSSIBLE !
Ifflr Cull and see for yourself, -a
92 FORT STREET
Honolulu, May 31, im)2. -lit,') tf
HOTEL FOR SAJLJSr
iu jl rPHAT Flno New. Two
.tfFvvSa. I Story 11111111111!; opnoslto
W& the Railway .Station. Waihiku,
at piesout occupied by Geo W. Macfar
lane & Co. This Is the hist business
stand la Waihiku, and suitable for cithcr
a hotel or store. Jt commands a line
view of tho harbor. For terms apply to
MRS. K. UATOHKT.OR,
401) tf 180 N 1111:11111 Avenue,
r'JIK Stores la "Arlington
by K, G. Sehuuian a e to let,
I together with ihe Cellar. Tills t'ullar is
, the finest uud di lest In the city. Apply to
u. jutKwrcu ecvu..
Ill 1 11) QllCCII blll'Cl
DUVAL 1'HICMhICS, ill
lleretunli stiiiii, opuo
situ Fort-slicet Church. Ap
lt. 1. LILLIK,
At Then, II. OhvIi-k .V, Co,
'PVYO Nluuly KiiriUihyjl
J- Jlttums ciiJitridL)" lojjouu!'
LIFE INSURANCE GO, OF HEW YORK.
HAVE OPltfNED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahumanu Stro t Ground Floor, "with a
Large Mint M New Goods u "Benin"
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
New Ruvs Sl Carpets,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Port Street., Honolulu.
irnL-m ait r rrrtT-
rv n is
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old Ebtahmshkd
Ice CIbsIs k EiMEeratoB,
China, Crockery & Giasswire,
Plantat onT.nh, Impl-'mnis & SuppUos
Paints, Oils & VarnMies.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils!
Always the same; made b3' a special
process and always reliable. .
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWATIB CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
1 b es m
1 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a
"Tricora" Waists !
gJCS They are Pliable, Supporting- and Unbreakable;
they con form easily to every position of the body while
affording- a delightfully comfortable and pleasant support.
s Tho Best Ladies' Waist Made!
! Uheuillu Portieres at $(5 a l'air Uluek
fiom tflJr and $120.
GENTS' WHITE SBIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST,
A now line of Challies at -10o per yard. '12-incli All Wool Dress
Goods, in 1'lain, Htnpiid and Uheeked, icdiiped from
!H to (ale. per yard, iv
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
v. Dressmaking under the management of MWS OLAItlC. 'J
This is only to remind you that TO-M.OR-UqW
will be a good limp to visit our Store.
Wo are selling Goods at and hjulqw cost
for TWO WEEKS ONLY !
-IUJ.iU-UIUIJJl'.JUH.lllH LI gjlill'l
Full Assortment of
Ui-aded Gapes for Ladies, $5 Reduced
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