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.Tenders for Purchase of
Notice is hereby given tlmt under
authority of Chapter 3S, Session Laws
of 1888, "An Act to give greater sccuii
ty to Depositors in the Hawaiian l'oslal
Savings Bunk,'' the roMniHsier-Gen-eral
offers for sale $60,000 of Coupon
Borjds of the Hawaiian Govurnmunt,
uuh bond to bo issued in tho deno
mination of One Thousand Dollars
each, redeemable in not less than five
years nor more than twenty years-,
with inleiestal six per cent, per an
num, paynble semi-annually, pi ineipul
and interupt payable in U. S. gold
coin, tho bonds to express on theii
'face that they are iued as security
for tho Postal Savings Bunk Dei '.isita.
Tenders for tho pniehajo ni the
whole or any pai t of said hondh will
be received at the ullieo of tin- l'ejjis
trar of 1'ublie Accounts, Finance Dc
paitnicut, tip to 12 o'clock on KKI
BAY, the 1st day of July, 18!)2. '
Tho Pohtmaslei-tienoral does not
bind himself to accept any tender, oi
'the whole of any tender.
Dated May 28,1802.'
H. A. WlDIIMAKX,
'' Minibter of Finance.
Minister of Koieign Affairs.
0. N. Si'unckk,
Minister of Interior.
V. Ausiin Whitino,
- 4U3 tf
" Will be received at the Interior Office
until TUESDAY, June 7, 1892, at 12
o'clock noon, for publishing the Sua
sion Laws of 1802, as follows :
1 Publishing ia newspaper Eng
lish one time, at per 1000 "ems,"
octavo measure, double column.
2 Publishing in newspaper Ha
waiian one time, at per 1000 "ems,"
octavo measure, double column.
3 Printing and Binding 500 Copies
of the above laws English in same
style as Session Laws of 18'JO.
4. Printing and Binding 500 Copies
, 'Of the above laws Il.twaiian in
same style as Session Laws of 1890.
All bids must bo eudor.-cd, "Ten
ders for Piiuting Laws," and must be
made in conformity with tlieubcve
items as specified.
The Minister of the Interior does
not bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
'C. N. SPENCEH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, June 3, 1S'J2.
Sale of Lease of the Govern
ment Lsiud of Kaipapau,
On WEDNESDAY, June 15, 1802,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tho fiont en
trance of Aliiolaui Hale will he sold
at Public Auction the Lease of the
Government Land of Kaip.ip.iu, Ivoo
lauloa, O.tlm, containing an ure.i of
1C0 acres more or less.
Term Lease for 20 years.
Upset piice, $50 per annum, paya
ble semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May, 13, 1802.
Mil. KAHIWA KAA1 lias this day
been appointed an Agent to Gr.tnt
Marriage Licenses for thu District of
N. Kohula, Island ol Hawaii, vice
"G". P. Kumauolia, resigned.
C. N. HPENOEK,
Minielor of the Interior.
Interior Office, June 3, 1802.
410 3t ,
Mr. J. P. Blaizc, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped oil" of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern paitof that state during a
recent blizzard, says tho Suturday
Jieview. Mr. Blaizo had occasion to
drive seveial miles during tho storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour alter his return he
was threatened with a severe caso of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaizo
sent to the nearest diug store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which he had often
heard, and took a number of laige
doses. He says the effect was won
derful and that in a short time he
was breathing quite easily. Ho kept
on taking thu medicine and the next
day was able to come to Des Moines.
Mr. Bluize regaids his cuiu as simply
wonderful. Filly cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
For flioiildiiiRH, FruinuH,
, . . .44, .. i 4..
irrilVlirotJ, ElohilifJTH and
ovorvtliliiff ' tin lino of
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Ii(!tliroH, fco (o Jviutf BroH.,
wwfi"1 ii i'VViJnfauLiiviwwiiTrJicy-tjL'uwwiiiiwiii'nivWi
r i ic
Pirttffd to mtticr iirct not PartYt
Hut ctinblitfrni fnr the f"n"il ti'irl.
MONDAY, JUNE (5, 1892.
Will the Advertiser kindly state
when'Mr. Macfnrlnne lias expressed
himself in the Bulletix upon the
Memorial Day episode? If it cannot
do so, it should own up to a deliber
ate fabrication. The case champion
ed by our conUuipornrj must bo n
weak one, when il has to be bolster
ed up by a calculated untruth.
The Legislature has decided to
squelch nil investigation into the
Atueticnn Minister's alleged interfer
ence in local affairs in his Memorial
Day oration. That is certainly with
in the competence of the Legislature,
but it will likely fail to increase the
respect of the great American na
tion, amongst whose characteristics
are a love of independence and a
disposition to champion weak coun
tries with which she is on friendly
terms. Americans will not defend
their Ministers to other nations in
anything that they would condemn
in foreign Ministers accredited to
their own Government.
THE MARIPOSA'S DEPARTURE.
' The S. iS. Mariposa resumed her
voyage to the Colonies at 10 o'clock
Saturday night. There was a large
number of people. to see her off,
including many friends of Mr. mill
Mis. Ovidc Musiu, Mr. Scliarf and
Dr. Marcuse. The lloyal Hawaiian
band was on the wharf and under
the diiection of Bandmaster Beigcr
played several selections, also sing
ing Aloha Oe and Alii Wela to the
intense delight of the psssengers on
board. Mrs. Musin sang a selection
from the deck of the steamer, Ovidc
Musin accompanying her on the vio
lin. She was loudly applauded and
had to respond to au encore. As the
steamer slowly left her cock, the
band played Auld Lang Syne, Star
Spangled Banner, The Girl I Left
Behind Me, German and British
National Anthems and Hawaii Ponoi.
While Mr. Berger conducted these
numbers his handkerchief was tied
at the end of his baton. The
Musins will make their first slop at
Auckland, playing there a week and
then visiiing Dunedtn and Welling
ton. After that they leave for
. The Iloyal Hawaiian Military Band
under tup leadership of Piofessor II.
Berger will give a concert at Emma
Square this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The following is the program :
'.lurch -Vienna Sehraniinel
Ovei ture Kaytnoud Thomas
Selection Kose of Castillo ISalfe
UoneAeNel. Wai Miipuna. Ahca Oe.
Medley-Night in Xew York Urooks
Fantasia D.iuce in the Green
Waltz Where the Citron's Bloom....
Oil tills S
Quadrille The Hat Strauss
AN ISLAND BOY.
Ilcald's Collecc Journal, San Fran
cisco, for May, has the following:
"The members of tho Initiatory
Book-keeping Class who have just
completed their examination papers
on the nature and classification of
accounts, have been so prompt, neat,
careful, and generally correct in
their work that Professor Capp ranks
for their honorary mention." In the
liBt given of "the students whose
faithfulness to their duties arc thus
commended" appears the name of
Willie Nott, son of Mr. John Nott of
Honolulu. It is pleasant to sec isl
and hoys holding their own so credit
ably. HOW FAR A CMLDTRAVELS.
Many a healthy man, if he has to
walk a mile or two, complains of the
exertion and fatigue. But few rea
lize the distance covered by a heal
thy child, and how we grumble when
we find that tho little ones so soon
need new shoes) A gentleman of
Pittsburtdi recently made some curi
ous experiments as to the distance
covered by a child. Au instrument
llxed to thu ankle of an eighleen-
moutli-old baby showed that in the
coiiiso of a day It had takeii G,483
steps, which, allowing six inche to
thu step, makc3 something like three
cpjarters of a mile for thu toddler's
i amblings. Ho next put a pedome
ter on his nine-year-old boy, which
revealed tho fact that the urchin
daily tiaveled an average of about
ten miles j Examiner.
A Pittsburg bicyclist has Jiift
started on a tour of the world on his
wheel. The piospect is that he will
never accomplish the journey as
there are few men who possess the
neive and resotuces of Thomas Ste
vens, the only bicycler who has ever
put a girdle round the earth. Ste
ven would have been turned buck
several times on his'jnuri.iuy had he
not shown pluck and presence of
mind that arc not given to every
man who rides a wheel. S,K.
' MiHB.MAJiYLvM;,latoly book-keeper
stenographing and lypt-wntiug a!
imiu"i ';' awdiimo of iimv
' BumiHii-s' College, San l'lauiusuo.
Uull(, will a jMcUaithy, 3.'. Mer-
I chuut Mtreut. iMiu
nVwrif iinnwni iiim ivrmrf VTr- f1'-iiriin ii'mrrrnir
Monday, Juno G, 1802.
House convened at 10 o'ulock,
President Wilker in the. chair.1 Pray
cr by Chaplain Wutaiuau. Minutes
of Satui day's business were read by
Secretary McCarthy and Interpreter
Wilcox and wore approved.
Hep. Akina, fi'om the district of
Waiuiea, ICauai, pio-tenlcd tho fol
lowing petitions: (1), that the law
relating to the segregation of lepeis
be repealed; (2), that people on
Kauai aflltcted with lepiosy and now
residing at Kalalau be permitted to
remain at that place; (3), that the
law i elating to' compulsory vaccina
tion bo repealed. All referred to
Sanitary Committee. (4), That the
introduction of free rice be prohibit
ed. To Committee on Commerce.
Minister Spencer repoited as hav
ing been signed by Queen Liliuoka
lani bills (No. 1) relating to thu pay
ment of expenses of courts not oth
erwise provided for amounting to
$2000 ; (2), appropiiating the sum of
$25,000 for the expenses of the Leg
islature of 181)2.
The President appointed Noble
Coruwell and Heps. Kancalii and Ka
uiauoha as a committee to wait on the
Chief Justice and request his presence
to swear in Noble Thurston who had
just presented himself. The Noble
as duly sworn iu and took hia seal.
Noble Neumann from the Judiciary
Committee presented a majority re
port on tho mutters touching upon
the eligibility of lnembeis of the
Privy Council and attorneys to sit as
members of the Assembly. The re
port was opposed to considering the
members of the Privy Council as
executive oQlcers of the Government
and approved their silting it the
Assembly. Hep. Smith and Noble
Petert-on joined in the report. Hep.
Ashford presented a niiiuuity report
on the same subject, signed by him
self and Hep. White. Their opinion
was that members of the Privy Coun
cil were executive officers of the
Government. They had extensive
power in the grunting of pardons,
etc. (3n motion "the report was made
the special order of the day for to
morrow. Hep. Kamauoba read for the fust
time"'! lull' To amend Section 57 of
the Civil Code hy inserting the words
"salt salmon" in place of "merchan
dise." The same member offered the fol
lowing icsolutioii :
"Wiii:iu:as the Honorable E. C.
Macfarlanc has before this House
chargvd the U. S. Minister with
"unwarrantable action on a recent
public occasion" "action which
could only be intended to interfere
willi and obstruct the Administra
tion," wiihoui naming the occasion,
or defining the action refened to;
And whereas, there has heretofore
been no oppoitunity for this House
to express its opinion on this subject ;
Now thcrefoic be it resolved, that
it is the sentiment ot this House that
such language and action of the
Honorable E. C. Macfarlanc concern
ing the Minister Resident of a
friendly foreign Government is. en
tirely uncalled for and without justi
fication by liny facts which have been
presented to this House;
And be it further resolved, that
all minutes relating to this matter
be expunged from the records of this
Noble Marsdcn was in favor of the
passage of the resolution ; he con
sidered that it was the wisest course.
He was willing to give Noble Mac
t'aihmc all due credit for being jeal
ous of any slights which may have
been considered as cast upon the Ha
waiian Kingdom, but he thought that
the action of the honorable member
was hasty and ilbconsidered. He
had read carefully the address of the
American Minister as delivered on
Memorial Day and only by assump
tion could any reference be found to
our local all'airs and no one had a
right to construe that assumption
into a direct reference. He hoped
that this would be the last heard of
Noble Macfarlanc said that besides
his question on the matter there had
been a question addressed to the
Minister of Foreign Affairs by Re
presentative Bush, that the Cabinet
my before the House all the corres
pondence on the subject. He Had
not heard anything morn on this mat
ter outside of llie Minister's usking
fur f ui ther lime, Thought it would he
unwise to lake notion on this solu
tion until that matter was laid before
die House. When that happened he
ivould hilve something to say to justi
fy Ins course in thu mailer.
Rep. Ashford favored the resolution.
He hud heaid the resolution read by
Noble Macfarlanc, in which he pro
posed t hut the American Minister he
rebuked, lie could not undei'sluml
how l hat could he when there were
no charges or specifications present
ed ; it was generally underotood that
it was lor a speech made hy the Min
ister on Decoiation Day at Nuuatiu
Cemetery, but all wutu left iu the
dark relative lo the objectionable
Noble Young I am in favor of
this resolution and I tiut it will be
adopted. J know of no way of pie
venting members of this Iluus.c ask
ing questions of the Miuislers,Tieillier
do I know how to prevent Ihuansw eis
of the Minister questioned, and more
purtlonlaily so when the answer fol
lows the question with such cut urn)
dry rapidity oh did die answer of
IIU Excellency the Mhublcr of For
eign Affuirblo the question of Hon.
'Nuhle Mucfarlaiiu lle other day,
looking toviiid rebukinii His Kxuul
leuuy John L. Stevens, the Ameri
can Minister, for soino Supposed uti
warrantable language Used by him on
n recent public occasion. At the same,
time it will be well to benr Iu mind
thai nny member of this lloiisc hav
ing the temerity to spring absurd
and nationally hurtful questions the
aimers to which he may or may not
know lo be cat and dry in the mind
of ilia Minister interrogated places
himself, and it may bu the Minister
also, in the hands of the members of
this honorable body, to use their only
remedy for being made appear lo
tacitly acquiesce in that whieh- they
do not endorse or even perfectly un
derstand. In order, therefore, that
the Nobles and Representatives com
posing this Legislature may have an
opportunity of nipping untimely in
stills in the bud and ol setting them
selves right before their constituents,
I solicit a iiuaulmoui vote in favor
of the adopt ion of this resolution. I
regret exceedingly that a gentleman
possessed of such prudence and gen
eral good judgment as tho honorable
Noble should have allowed himself,
being chairman of the Committee on
Foreign Relations, to be made use of
for the inlroduciioii of such an igno
ble question. His child, adopted or
otherwise, bears no resemblance to,
mid cannot be fathered hy this
Minister Parker said that a ques
tion pi opoii tided the other day by
Rep. Bush to him was that all the
correspondence in the mailer touched
ou by tho question of Noble Muefar
lauc he laid on the table. He would
say that the Government did not
deem it proper to do so unless so
inli'iictcd 1)3' a icsolutioii of the
House and not by the question of any
one member. With regaid to the cut
and dritd manner in which the ques
tion and answer seemed to have been
presented he would say that Noble
.Macfarlanc had called ou him helorc
corning into the House, had asked
htm questions on the subject of the
policy of tlie Government toward the
Ameiicati Minister, and had left after
slating that he (Macfarlanc) intend
ed lo bring iu a question ollieially
before the House lo the. Minister ou
the subject. Minister Parker had
simply prepared himself in a simple
way, not knowing whether it would
be effective or not, but it happened
to fit. I have a reply from the Amer
ican Minister lo the Hawaiian Gov
ernment hut do not feel called to
place it before the House without it
is the expressed sense of the mem
bers. Noble Young said lie had no inten
tion to cast any serious reflection
upon the Minister, but the manner in
which the question and answer came
gave no chance for any other con
struction. Rep. Kamauolia was in doubt
whether the questions proposed by
Noble Macfarlanc and Rep. Bush
were iu accord with Rule 94.
The l evolution passed, after fur
ther debate, by 33 to 13.
HIE -ALL CAMS.
The Crescent defeated the Kame
hameha ball team Saturday by 11 to
5. Following is llie score, the ieiort
of the play being crowded out:
ah. it. mi. o. a. i:.
Willis, 0..e 5
Lishmaii, 1., 8b C
Hart, L.. s.s 5
VI dur, , !!b 4
Holt, u, i.f r,
(Javier, r f 5
4 3 4 0 0
10 0 2 0
2 12 3 1
12 4 4 0
0 2 0 0 0
2 3 10!
110 0 1
.Super, , I lb I 0 1 14 0 0
Angus, Gp 3 0 12 0 0
Total 39 11 14 27 21 4
All U 1111 O. A. u.
Piihau,2b. lb 5 0 0 14 4
Kauki, e.f fi 1 2 1 0 0
Mahuka, 1 b., 2 b., p. 5 0 18 0 1
Melieula, p , 1.1 3 112 12
Kaanoi. if a 0 2 0 0 0
''uminliig-s 10 0 0 2 0
Davis, 3 b., 2 b 1 2 1 3 0 0
Wahhiemuikal,:!!) , l.f 4 10 0 0 0
Uakcr, e I 0 0 i) 1 1
Total 37 r. 7 24 8 S
Score by innings
Cref-cuuts I 1 C 2 0 0 0 1 11
Kim-liaiiR'has....0 0 10 0 0 10 3-5
bumumiy: Karued Huns Kamelia
ineha, 1. HiiBes ou bills -By Aiitriii).
3; by ileheulii. 3. tit nick Out By An
gus, 3; hy Melieula, (i; by vahu'ka. 2.
Left ou liases Ciesfents," 4; Kainehu
iiicha, 4. Two Base Hit Kuaiiol, ,Ma
hului. Tin vi! hum Hit AngiH. llumu
Bun- Mi'hctila. Double Play Muhuku.
Pased ll.dls Willis, 2. Wild LMtehea
Anvils, I. Uuipiies Palmer Woods and
W, Lucas. Seoier M. K. Kcohokalolo.
Time of Gamo-Two hours
HO THEY STAND.
The following is tho standing of
the diffeieut clubs iu the Hawaiian
League up lo June 1:
B -. G C O 3
2 2 5 3 2
S 3 T 3 r.
2. 2. a ? 2
c - - u
F 7 S S
; " : : ? ':
iioiinluhiT... ..7 lj 1 I .. 1 -i 1 .500
Kaineh.iiiieliu Ji .. t 1 I 3 .000
llawaliT...,." .. .J, a 2JT6OO
Uuwceut.. ,.LJ l" 1 . ."j . . I " 2 400
ijiimes Lu-t,. 2 2 I 2 j 3 I ,."
A traveling man who chanced to
ho in the aloro of 15, V. Wood, ut
Mclvees Roekb, l'u,, tmyij while lie
was wailing to see Mr. Wood, a little
gill ctune in with tin empty Itotllo la
beled CHiamlieiluin's Pain U.ilin anil
suit) ; "Altiiimiu wants another bot
tle of tlmt medicine; -?lie sayu it ie
thu best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles loi; bale
hy all dculci'3. Uciiou, Smith &Co.,
i'KI ll'IOl.n i'(lllll) .111(1 tJllUl'OlutO will
be i ive.l eu'i uiuiiiMiy miily ai the
I'til.icu he CVnui I'm luii', Liultvicci),
i Ujoii. IJulcl bluet. it(
MUTUAL LIFE INSURiK 00.
ltlUIIAltlt A. McCDUUY.
It has paid Us members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
Its Now Distribution Policy is tho most liberal over offered by
t& For full particulars apply to '
The PAoino Haudwahe Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ncr 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 Avenui ius by the bar
rel, ense or smaller quantity.
Auction He by Lows J. Levey.
Ity order of Mr 1 SchVsthigei. As
signee of the linn!. i tint Estate of Liii
Tfiig, t will sell at l'ubllc Auction, at
AT 10 O'CLOOK A. M..
Tin- Whole of tho Stock ot JlerWmmlUe
belonging to said estate, eoiisinlug of
MEN'S and BOY'S CLOTHING,
Hoots & Shoes, White & Flannel Shirts,
Collars, Unduelothiug, stiaw
Hals & Caps,
Prints, Wlil'e & Ilrown Cottons,
Itihbnu. Denims, Perfumery,
Tobacco & cigars.
Silk UanilkcM'blefs, Show Case,
Chaudeliers, Lamps, lite.. Etc.
KT Tho wholo to be sold without re
serve uud lu lots to suit.
Hurrah ! Hurrah !
FOR JU; 11th.
Pt S S. "Kiu'i posit"
1 A. . j . ?
Cornor Nuuanii & King Streets
The JJhrocse Library & Read
ing Room Association
ASBISriiU UY TUB --
HAWAIIAN CAMERA CLUB
WILL GIVE A -
LANTERN SLIDE EXHIBITION
On Thursday Evening, June 9th,
Doors open 6:30t5ia Comminclnn; 7:3"
Admission 50o.; Children 25o.
SOT Tickets for ulo at Reiisou. Smith
& t'o.'buiul UollUtGr&L'o.'sDiUgnturufi.
ALL portions having accounts
against the Legislative As
sembly of 1802 are requested to
baud llieir hilts in on Legislative
lilankb which can bo bad from
the Oleik, No other forms will
Honolulu, .Innol, 1892.
X' ION 111 10 J C
killing & Loiin Association
RKOMLAJt Mont'dy Meellmr will lie
held MONPVY KVK.NJXO, June
(ill. ai 7 'M o'clock
I'M I ih t'ilc Stock will he leaned In
July uud thoau ilii.hlng in subset Ibu
Khould uiukc iminudluie upplleallun,
THKO. F. LANSING.
V iW 2t bBcreUry.
gfa-nnafeJtf-sSlV.., i ntn.fi ' t jty-1-
Sssues Every Desirable Form
New China, Glass &
On Kaakunianu Strot,
. Lane AssorliMt of fc
Wedge wood & Otliet Fine Ware.
Sew Rugs & Carpets,
English Furniture, .
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
Fort; Street, Honolulu.
T II 13
Ornamental I Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old Estahlished
In GiGsts k Befnoratorn
China, Crockery & Giasswire,
Plantat on Tools, Iaiplaminis & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Ydciium Oil Co.'s Lu'fficdtijg Oils I
Always tho same; made hy a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolineum Avengrius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HA11DWAHE CO., Id.,
Cummins New Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
1 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to bo Past Color and Absolutely Stainless
.. For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children,
ney-Tho Adeline Black Slocking? nr tlio BeBt Mad -a
Chenille Forlicres at $0 u Pair. Black lit aded Capes for Ladies, $5 'Reduced
from ifirt and $20.
GENT5' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDEEWEAR AT COST.
A new lino of Challies at 10o, per yard. 42-inch All Wool Dress
Goods, iu l'lain, Striped and Checked, reduced from
ijil to 00c. per yard, n.
8. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
W llroR'sninklnK iiiulnr the uwniigeinent of MISS CLAUK. S
This is only to remind you that TO-MORr
KOAYavHI be a good time to visit our Store.
We are' selling Goods at and. uelow cost'
for TWO WEEKS ONLY" !
OF NEW YOBK.
A'l CHI lit' 111,
of Policy I
FOUR MILLIONS OF D0A'! ARSr
any Instiranco Company.'
55. Jfc. JHfOS-SJK,
General Agent for the Hawaiiun Islands.
Pi Mi EC"
OPENED THE IK
Ground Floor, with a
Soofls n "
pHAS. J. JVSHEL.
ti- 1-4" . .
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