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Education Oitich, )
Honolulu, March .'), 188S.J
The regular vacation of nil Gov
ernment Schools, at the close of the
first school session of thu year, will
extend from Friday, tho 6th, to
Monday, tho JKHh of April next.
Tho additional week has heon given
this year for the ptirposo of holding
conventions for the instiuction of
teachers. Tho time to ho devoted to
that ohjeet will extend from Monday,
tho 10th, to Friday, tho 20th of April,
both inclusive, and all Government
leachorB within the bcotionw desig
nated in tho published notice of tho
Inspector-General of Schools, on tho
subject, will bo required to attend.
By order of the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Oitice, )
Honolulu! March 3, 1888.J
It ia hereby ordered by the Board
of Education that, all teachers in
Government employ, teaching in the
English language, not holding 2
ycars' certificates, and not under any
disability, must attend Normal Classes
for one week, from April Kith to Apiil
20th, inclusive. The following gen
tlemen have been appointed by tho
Board as Instructors:
M. M. Scott, at Honolulu, for all
11. S. Townsend, at Hilo, for Hilo
and Puna teachers.
P. L. Lord, at Kolmla, for North
and South Kolmhi tc.iQhois.
A. T. Atkinson, at Kona "VVacna,
for North and South ivonn.
John A. Moore, at Wailuku, for all
J. K. Birkett, at Lihue, for Kauai
J. H. Van Giesen, at JIalawa, for
Kau teachers may present them
selves at Kona Waena; Hamakua
teachers at Kohala or Hilo as they
Tho Board of Education authorizes
the several School Agentb "to pay the
expense of tiansit to and from the
Any persons desiring to become
teachers may attend the classes.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspector-General of Schools.
Orrici: or tub Board or Health,)
Honolulu, II. I., Feb. 25, 188S. j
Sealed tenders will be recuived at
tho Ofiieo of the Board of Health
until 12 o'clock noon, SATURDAY,
March 2-1, 1888, for the salo to the
Board of Health of 200 head or less
of 2 to 3 year old heifers, suitable for
One tendor to bo for the delivery
of tho cattle on board tho vessel, and
another' tender for delivery of the
same at Kalaupapa, Molokai.
Tho President does not bind him
self to accept the lowest or any bid.
N. 13. EMEKSON,
President of tho Board of Health.
Honolulu, II. I., Feb. 10, 1888.
Notice is hereby given to all em
ployees of the Hawaiian Govern
ment, and to other persons to whom
moneys may bo duo at tho Hawaiian
Treasury on or before March 31,
1888, to present vouchers for fcetlle
ment on or before that date; and all
persons having moneys on account
of tho Government aro requested to
mako their icturns promptly, in
order that there may bo no delay in
clobing the accounts for tho fiscal
period ending March 31, 1888.
W. L. GREEN.
08 tf Minister of Finance.
THE BEST PAPER to bubscrilio
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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, lliiwuiitin Islands
Draw Exchange on the
liixixlc oi Ouliroruin, H. IT.
Ami their agents In
NEW YOltK,, BOSTON, HONG K0N0.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Bydney,
Tho Commercial Bunk Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
OhriBtchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. O., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
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Hut citabUihtd fov the bmrjit cf all,
SATURDAY, MAH. 3, 1888.
THE KAUAI SUGAR SCHEME.
We announced yesterday that Mr.
Kenny Watson, whose name is fami
liar in every sugar producing country
as a. manufacturer of sugar machin
ery of every description, and who is
at present! on a visit to these islands,
has completed arrangements for
establishing a new and large sugar
cslato at Wainica, on tho island of
Kauai. Mr. Watson, himself a capi
talist, is associated with a syndicate
of Scotch capitalists in this venture.
Ho has made a personal inspection
of tho land, and is fully satisfied
that tho undertaking will be a pro
fitable one, otherwise he would not
have entered into it ; and if water in
sulllcicnt quantity can bo brought
on to the ground, of which there is
but little doubt, and which will
shortly be decided by a careful
survey, the commencement of oper
ations will not be long delayed.
This enterprise will involve the
expenditure of a largo sum of
money some hundreds of thousands
of dollars before there are any re
turns. This money comes from
abroad, and a largo proportion of it
will be expended in the country,
adding so much to our active capital.
Thus the first benefit will be to our
selves, although the investors will
no doubt ultimately receive a hand
We hail with satisfaction this
prospective addition to 'our sugar
estates and to our material progress
and prospcritj-. There is abundance
of room j'ct in the little country for
the profitable investment of millions
of capital, and for ourselves we
shall be glad to welcome capital
from whatever source it may come.
AVc have no sympathy with those
narrow souls who would exclude
all money for investment that does
not come from one special quarter.
Whether from Scotland, England, or
Timbucloo, is all the same to us.
Let it come and welcome, and the
more the better.
New York, Feb. 10. General
Francesco A. do Silva, Consul to
this city from the Republic of Vene
zuely, is iu receipt of information
that England, within the last few
days, has taken possession, by arm
ed force, of a most valuable po.ition
of the territory of Venezuela, terri
tory not in dispute between the two
countries and to which England has
no claim, and in doing so lias direct
ly violated the Monroe doctrine of
the United States. General de
Silva will call on tho authorities at
Washington for the prompt enforce
ment of tho Monroe doctrine. The
seizure was made through Governor
Charles Bruce of Demerara. Tho
territory seized includes the richest
gold mines in South America. De
Silva that in it arc fourteen mines,
the average production ot eacli of
which is 8300,000 a year. De Silva
claims that England in this seizure
violated the treaty of 1884 with
Venezuela. He says if the United
States docs not interfere Venezue
lans will fight for the territory.
S. F. Call.
DRAFT. No. G03. date.l Kukniau,
1Vllrl!5irv 1ct 1HSM flmu'n lr .TmIiii
"M TTrirnnf n Atcur IT llnr.1-r.ilfl .C.
Co., pnjnblo to the order of Man Chin
for 8100. Payment of thu same 1 aving
heon stopped. The Under is requested
to leliim thu draft to Kwong Hip Lung
& Co., No. 15 King stieet. 81 tit
BULLS & HEIFERS.
HARRY J. AGNEW
Begs leave to notify tho public that be
has on bund at "Qivenlh'ld," Kuplolanl
Bark, a Hue lot of young Bulls and
Heifers of the celebrated "Holstein
Friesian" family. Selected from the
best held In America. Tho Heifers will
calve shortly. The Bull "Wateiloo"
and Heifer "Santa Anita," hero adver
tised, are samples of the stock:
Toole lMt 1'rlseu nt California Fair,
(Calved May 13, 188G.)
Ear Tag, No. lll.lloglster No. 3230,
1I.F.1I.B. Vol. 2.
She "Aagglo Idallne -lib's Itoland,"
1I.11.B. Vol. 8, 3122.
G. Slio "Jan," District Bull of Oost
Dam Jacob Wit's "Myth," H.H.B.
Vol. 8, CJOO.-by "Jacob .lth,"
G. Dam "Trijntje," N.H.H. G02.
"Aagglo Idallne -Mil's Poland" calved
Fob. 1-1, 18B1, imported In dam (August,
1883) "Aaggle Idallne lth."
"Aogglolrtallno -lth" has a milk record
as a 2-year old of H,f12 lbs. 8 os. In 7
mil's, ami 0 days, and her dam "Aagglo
Idallne 3rd" gave f"7 1-5 lbs. In 1 day as
a il year old in Holland, and has given
the first season after hnpnitatlou tin lbs.
12 ozs. In 1 day, and 831" lb". 11 ozs. In
7 mos. and 0 dav. "Niialje," the dam
of "Anggle Itliillnc Old," cave 08 2-5
lbs. In 1 day. "Nantjo" lalso the dam
of "Aogglc lilallne 2nd" (4HG.1), who
gavo fil lb', hi 1 day, as a t year old In
llollaud. the cave the season after lm-
poitallon, as n t year old, fill lb. 12 ozs.
in 1 day ami S7iiu lbs. 1 1 o.s. in ino.
and 17 days. Dam also of "Aagglo Ida
line" (13(12), locord of 03 2-ii lbs. Ill 1
day in Holland, and gave the llrst sea
son after Importation 00 lbs. In 1 day.
and D.'JGO lbs. 15 ozs. In 0 mos. and 25
"Aagglo Idaliue 3rdV she "Jacob
2nd," is also the sire of "Neptune" and
"Bolatid" won tho 1st pilzo at New
York Fair, 1881.
Jacob Wit's "Mvth," the dam of
"Waterloo," calved March 2.1, 1884, and
was iinpoiled in May 18SI.
She "Jacob 4th," (N.ll.U. 210) (J.
W'8 ll.ll.lt. 2002.)
fi. She "Jacob 2nd," (N.ll.B. f.0).
G. G. She "Jacob 1st," (N.ll.B. 20).
G. G. tl. She "Booker."
Dam "Tilzutje." (N.ll.B. 002) with
milk lecord of (IS 2-5 lb. In 1 day.
"Jacob 2nd" was winner of 1st prize
at Haarlem, lt-79, ami of the 2nd prize
at Leyden hi 18S0. ills dam "Tiliitje,"
f N.ll.B. 35) lias a recoid of 80 lbs. 'in 1
(lay. He is also the slio of "Aaggle
2ml,'' which has t lie largest 2-year old
record known, having given 01 lbs. 5
07s. In 1 day, 17.7-10 lbs. 2 ozs. in one
year, and a butter record on dry feed of
13 lbs. G ozs. In one week.
G. G. She "Jacob 1st," (N.ll.B. CO)
winner of 1st prize at Amsterdam. Ills
dam was "Do Goede," a piizoeownt
Parle Exposition, with milk record of
1)1 lbs. Sozs. in 1 dav.
G. O. G. She "Booker;" she. prize
hull at lloorn, 1871. "Booker" is the
sire of "Lady (. lifden," record of 10,275
lbs. In 1 year; of "Aaggle" recoid 1S,
001 lbs. 15 ozs. in 1 vcar: of "Porce
lain," (N.H.B. 117) lecoulSO lb. 1 oz.
in 1 dav, and winner of 1st prize at
Heifer "SANTA ANITA.
(Calved April 27, 188G.)
Far Tag, No. 102, Begister No. 4021,
H.F.H.li. Vol. 2.
Sire "Prince Impeiial," (II.1LR. Vol.
G. Sire "Nelherland Prince," (71G.)
CI. G. Sire "Scbemmcl."
G. G. G. Sire "Schrender."
Dam "Lakeside Amy," (H.H.B. Vol.
0,0010) impoitcd, by District Bull of
G. Dam "Mantel."
'Prince Imperial," (1,101) was the
winner of 1st prize New York Slate
Fair, as a 2-year old. Also winner of
prize in 1883 and 18S4.
"Xetlierland Prince," (71G) winner of
tluee 1st prizes and one 2nd prize at
New York Stale Fair.
"Seheinmnl," son of "Nelherland
Dowager." (H.H.B. Vol. 0, 2,032). and
sire of "Nelherland Princess," (11.11.15.
Vol. 4, 802); "Nctberland Countess,"
(H.H.B. Vol. 0, 2,034); "Nctberland
Belle." (H.H.B. Vol. (!, 1.870); and
"Netbeilaiul Dowager 2nd."'
"Sehrciider,' sire of "Nctberland
Queen," (H.H.B. Vol. 3, 114''; and
"Nctberland Duchess," (H.H.B. Vol.
MILK RECORDS OF THIS FAMILY:
"Netbcrland Queen" at 2 years of
age gave 1:1.07-1 lbs. S ozs. milk In 345
days. -1 years of age gave 15.014 lbs, 0
ozs. milk in 1 year. 5 years of age gave
83 lbs. 4 ozs. milk iu 1 day, and 10,040
lbs. 8 ozs. milk iu 7 mos. 18 days.
"Netherland Dowager" at !) years
gave 12,734 lbs. 2 ozs. milk in 1 year.
Commencing at 22 mos. old she gave
12,200 lbs. 4 ozs. milk the 1st year.
"Netbcrland Duchess" at 3 years gif?e
11,401 lbs. 12 ozs. milk in 1 year. At
5 years gave 10,fi20 lbs. 7 ozs. milk in
"Netherland Princess" at 3 years
gave 14,101 His. 2 ozs. milk in 1 year.
"Netherland Belle" at -1 years gave
11,511 lbs. it ozs. milk iu 8 mos. 17 days.
"Nctberland Queen" in November,
1882, made 20 lbs. iu 1 week and 30 lbs.
8 ozs. in 2 weeks without any change
from her feed in quantity or quality.
Butter weighed after working and be
"Nctberland Princess" made, before
she was 3 years old, 14 lbs. -1 ozs. In 1
week, and when she was 3 year old she
made in 1 week, on winter feed, 14 lbs.
114 ozs.; as a -1 year old she made in a
4 day's let at the rate of 18 lbs. 0 ozs.
of butter Iu 1 week.
"Netherland Belle" made as a 3-year
old 10 lbs. 7 ozs. Iu 1 week.
"Netherland Duchess" made as a B
year old 14 lbs. 2 ozs. iu 1 week.
"Netherland Baroness" made soon
after impoitatlon and before she was
acclimated, 17 lbs. 5 ozs. In 1 week.
Six nienibeis of this family all bought
from one breeder In Holland, all be bad,
averaged 1(1 lbs. 7 7-12 os. which wo
believe has never been equaled by any
entire family of the sinno number.
"Pi luce Imperial's" dam "Carlotta,"
(H.H.B. Vol. B, 1,2GG), as u 4-year old,
has given 1,544 lbs. 0 ozs. of milk in 1
mo. As a fi-year old has given 70 lbs.
3 ozs. of milk in 1 day and 0,227 lbs 13
os. of milk in 7 mos. 18 days. His
Grand Dam gave 04 lbs, of milk In 1
"Netherland Prince's" dam "Lady
Nctberland,'' (H.H.B. Vol. fi, 1,203),
has a milk recoid of 73 2-3 lbs. in 1 day.
She lias given In D nioa. and 5 days,
0,13011)3. 11 ozs. of milk. Iu Kubiiiaiy
and Maieh, 1885, she mndu 21 lot. 3 o.s.
of butler In 1 week, and 88 lbs. 0 o.s. in
30 consecutive days', and 17 lbs. of milk
niadol lb. of butter. His Grand Dam
"GertMet2nd," has a lecoid or 71 lbs.
8 ozs. in 1 day. His Gicat Grand Dam
"GertMet" was kept 20 years foi bleed
ing. "Lady Netherland" Is dam of
"Netherland Queen" and "Nclheiland
Princess," and won 2nd prize as best
milch cow of any breed, at New Yoik
State Fair, 1882. ("Aaggle," of tho
same herd, winning 1st pii.e), and was
one of the herd that won the gold
"Santa Anita's" dam "Lakesido
Amy," (II.II.lt; Vol, 0, i),8!!), calved
February 25, 1884. Imported August.
1881, Her Grand Dam "Mantel" has a
record of 01 lbs. of milk In 1 day, as a
I-year old; a cow of elegant miik veins
mid line escutcheon, hied bv J. Laau
Twisk, North Holland.
COTTAGL on Lilllm
street, between Klin:
and School streets. Bent $12
r.cr mouth. Apply to
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M. 8. UJU.MJAU.Dl iX L.U.,
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
X Daily Uullctin 00 eta per month,
A Rare Opportunity for Decorating Homes !
Messrs. G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.
Beg to announce that they have rc-opened their Art and
Fancy Goods Dcpnrtincnl, with a choice selection of tho latest
novelties just to hand from London. The goods to be offered
arc of the very latest designs and of tho choicest descriptions
throughout, and will be ready
FOR EXHIBITION AND SALE
On TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, February 28th & 29th,
All goods remaining unsold will thc.n be offered
On He following THURSDAY & FRIDAY.
A very choice line of BOHEMIAN & HUNGARIAN WARE,
comprising Vases, Flower Bowls, Center Stands, Cabinct'and
Wall ornaments, of the very newest and most unique designs,
Also a small lot of
Statuary In Bisque and Teera-cotta
Of artistic modelling by well-known artists; also life size
figures in bronze, and exquisitely onamnnted in all the gor-
geousness of Oriental Color. Also a small invoice of
ROYAL WORCESTER WARE :
Consisting of a few pieces of tho daintiest and most exquisite
examples of this beautiful ware ; the only genuine Royal
Worcester ever offered for sale in these Islands.
A carefully selected line of the very best quality and-'of tho
latest designs, comprising PERSIAN, KIIYBER.'TANJORE,
YEDDO, MECCA & AXMINISTER, of all sizes, includ
ing a small lot of large CENTRE RUGS of unusually artis
tic and elaborate patterns. Also
Brussel and Axminister Oarpetings 1
Particular attention is called to this invoice, which includes
some of the handsomest and most artistic furniture ever
brought to this market. Those intending to furnish or rcn
novatc their homes cannot fail to be satisfied with this ele
gant display of the latest London styles.
Elegantly upholstered in silk brocctellc ; crimson plush, blue
nnd silver Peacock silk. One beautiful Chamber Set,
in enamelled ivory; (very handsome). Also, Chamber
Sets, in carved Walnut, Mahogany and Rosewood ; Library
and Dining Room Sets, iu Oak and leather; (antique).
Elegant Cheval Glasses, in handsomely inlaid frames and sil
vered bevelled French Plate Glasses, cquisito overmantels,
richly ornamented and inlaid; handsomely carved Ward
robes; Hall Hal Stands; Whatnots; Gents Shaving
Glasses; enamelled gilt and ebonized "Wall Brackets,
nMDutsio JStaiiclgs, Etc., 3Eto-
OH, PAINTINGS :
A few fine paintings by well known artists, comprising Land
scapes, Marines and Figures. Also, a few Genre Pictures of
uncommon merit, and a fine line of
Water Colors and Steel Engravings !
From the leading Swiss manufacturers and beautifully en
cased, mounted on stands of most elaborate workmanship.
Tho largest of these instruments having seven barrels and
playing FIFTY" TWO AIRS. Without exception these arc
tho finest musical instruments ever brought to Honolulu.
A beautiful line of India and llurmoh Linen, (all colors).
Victoria and Bishops Lawn, Mull, Mndras Muslin, Sacharilla
and Ida Stripes, Swiss Spot, Lono and Check Lcno, Fancy
llress Stripes, Laco Blinds, Valence aud Hamburg Netting,
Madras and Soudan Window
LADIES' FANS :
Handsomely painted on silk and satin in figures, birds and
flowers, and handsomely mounted in pearl shell and ivory.
Also a few elegant feather fans, single nnd double, tho richest
LADIES' RUBBER GOODS :
A small invoice of Parisian, Lonsdale, and Princess of
Wales, also something new in Water-proof Carriage Robes'.
N Ladies Regatta Hats, Turkish Towels,
Lawn Tennis Sets, Finest Table Cutlery,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
CSysTliesc good will bo open
at 10 o'clock.
Curtains, Etc, Etc, Etc
for exhibition on TUESDAY morning,
MANE & GO.
Auction Salos by Lewis J. Lovoy.
I am instructed by Mous llouliccli,
Chancellor of tho French Legation (on
account of departure), to sell nt Public
Auction, nt his residence, Klnou street,
On THURSDAY, March 8tli
AT IU O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The whole of hi? Household Furniture,
1 Df. "latter Pinion,
1 B.W. Bedroom Sot, with Spring Mattress,
4 Elegantlron & Brass Bedstead,
A Choice Collection of Pictures,
Extonsion Dining Table iml Chnlis,
Veranda ('lintr, Hockcrp, Lounge,
Curtain ami Lainliiequins,
ItcTrlcoriUor A. 3Icnt Hnro, Kitchen
Ktovu fc UtcnnilH, Ac, Ac.
LEWIS J. IiEV.EY,
70 01 Auctioneer.
73 HUUANU STREET.
MRS. R0BT. LOVE, PROPRIETRESS.
Kvciy dcscilpllon of
PLAIN & FANCY
Breed & Crackers,
FRESH SODA CRACKERS .
Always on hand.
Island orders promptly attended to.
rrU!E annual meeting of th stock
1 holders of tho Peoph s' lee & He.
fricerator Co. will he held on TUES
DA March C, 18-8, at 10 o'clock A. m ,
at the Company's ollU'c. Fort street.
W. K. FOSTER,
7G TOt Secretary 1 1. & R. Co.
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HONOLULU PIONEER STEAM
F. HOM, Proprietor.
PRACTICAL CONFECTIONER, PASTRY COOK AND
Having not only a six years' but over a half century's prac
tical experience in all and every branch of . :' '
OF THE RICHEST QUALITY,
Of all sizes, always on hand or made to order and orna
mented inthe highest artistic style, defying all
other production in Honolulu.
gHonolulu: Hotel St. bet. Fort & Hnuanu; both Telephones No. 74s2ai
Made of tho celebrated CREAM of the "Woodlawn Dairy,
sold at the great reduced price of
S2.00I S2.00! S2.00! S2.00! S2.00!
ER GALLON-HONEST MEASURE
AT THE "HONOLULU STEAM CANDY FACTORY,
CAKE, AND BREAD BAKERY,"
KSrAs some evil disposed persons who are openly boast
ing of the intention of ruining my business and villanously
i"1111 my GOODS and ICE CREAM I will forfeit
? t7A,2rs.on who wiU Fove by analysis that my
ICE CREAM is not strictly pure although sold chaapor
than anywhere else.
j fff; PEWARE ' OF ' FALSE' ' REPRESENTATIONS a j
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornamenter '
Both Telephones No. U. Hotel St. bet. Nuuanu & Fort St.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
CLOSING OUT SALE !
CREDIT AUCTION SALE.
By order of Mr. L. H. Kerr, I will sell ot
Public Auction, (on account of
depiutirc), nt lilsMoio
Oil THURSDAY & FRIDAY,
MAIICJI 8ih & ltli,
EACH DAY" AT 10 O'CLOCK
II U Entire Stock of .
Tailors' Goods I
A Large Lot of
Single Suit & Pants Patterns,
Assorted Trimmings !
And a Largo Assortment of
Dingo-mils & Now
Raymond & Yillshiro Fire-proof Safo,
i Elegant Koa Desk,
Counters, Shelving, &e., &c.
TJBItBi: AT SA.3L.E.
JAS. J?. MORGAN,
78 til Auctioneer.
THE annual meeliug of the share,
holders of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co. (Limited), will bo held
at their office, TUESDAY, March UUi,
at 10 o'clock a m. J. ENA,
Secretary 1. 1. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 23, 1888. 77 Ct
A HANDSOME COOL BARBER SHOP.
8S KING STREET.
HAS been opened over tho restaurant
by one of the best practical
barbers in the city. Gentlemen wish
ing a nice easy Shave, or a fashionable
Hair Cut will find it to their advantage
to give me a trial. ' 75 lm
& d III
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