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On THURSDAY, May 3, 1888, nt
12 o'clock 110011, will be sold at
public auction nt tho front entrance
of Aliiolani Halo the Hawaiian
Btonraer "Kaimilon," of 198.83 tons
measurement, together with all her
masts, sails, sail yards, anchors,
cables, boats, engines, boiloie, tackle,
apparel, furniture and fittings, as
she now lies in tho harbor of
An inventory of tho above can he
seen upon application at tho Interior
Upset pi ice .$2,000.00.
. LOKIUN A. THURSTON,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oflke, April 17, 18S8.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islanda.
Draw Exchango on tlio
J3aulc ol Cnlil'uriiiK, H. IT.
Aud their agouls in
NEW YORK, U0ST0N, II0NQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son. London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Rank Co.. of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Clirlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, 13. C, and Portland, Or
Transact a General Ranking Business
A COUGH REMEDY.
ONLY TWESV-riVn cknts n:n POUND.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs are quickly relieved by tho
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
a IX 33
Pledged la neither Sect twr Party,
But established for the benefit of nil.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1888.
ENGLISH IH OUR SCHOOLS.
Mr. Atkinson, in his opening ad
dress at the Teachers' Convention,
on Monday last, said lie considered
"that the three most important
things in Hawaiian education are :
1st, English ; 2nd, JEnylish, and 3rd
English. " We endorse that opin
ion, and believe if every Govern
ment teacher and every Government
school in the country, in which Eng
lish is taught, had practically en
dorsed it ten years ago, English
would have been much better under
stood and better spoken by young
Hawaiians to-day than it actually is.
We have said "every" Government
school ; but would amend by add
ing, "except, jjon-sireci scuooi.
This school is excepted because its
pupils are mostly of foreign parent
age, and speak English as their
mother tongue. Not so with regard
to any other Government school in
the country. English is taught in
them, or in those of them in Tihich
English is taught at all, as a foreign
language, to childreu who scarcely
have any other opportunity of ac
The native schools, or schools in
which instruction is conveyed
through the medium of the vernacu
lar, have in all the populous dis
tricts of the country been substi
tuted by English schools, or schools
in which English is taught nnd is
made the medium of instruction.
Nine-tenths of the children, whether
native Hawaiian, Portuguese or any
other nationality, who attend the
schools for tho first time, are totally
ignorant of the English language,
and bcfoio it can be used as a
medium through which to receive
instruction of any kind, n knowledge
of tho language must bo acquired.
This fact is sufllcient to show that
the thorough teaching of English is
of the first importance in all these
schools. To teach the pupils to
understand, read, write, and speak
English should be the primary aim
of every school, and until thoy (tho
pupils) become moderately clllcient
in tho language, it is folly to set
them at complex equations or the
problems of Euclid.
Judging from what wo havo wit
nessed, our opinion is that our pub
lio school teachers, as a whole, have
not, in times past, been sufficiently
impressed with Jtfr. Atkinson's
"firstly, secondly, and thirdly."
Tho schools havo attempted foo
much. Too many branches arc in
cluded in the curriculum. Native
boys and girls nro set. to dabbling
in a half dozen subjects which they
cannot understand, by reason of not
understanding the language in which
they tire taught. Tims n large por
tion of their school clays arc little
better than wasted, nnd they leave
school with a mere superficial
smattciing ot the language which
is their primary object in attending
school to learn. 'Whereas if they
wore kepi mainly nt 1'higlish, and
thoroughly grounded in its rudi
ments, they would be, on leaving
school, in possession of a medium
through which they might acqulie
any useful knowledge dcsiicd, ns
well as being better fitted to com
pete with others in earning a. liveli
hood. Let us hope that the public
school teachers will become thor
oughly imbued with the Inspector
General's doctrine, and that the re
sults will become manifest in the
schools nnd in the children attend
THE ROAD BOARD ACT.
An Act passed at the Extra Ses
sion of the Legislature "to amend
the law concerning load Supervisors,
and to establish road boards,"
enacts in its second section that
"the Minister of the Intoiior shall
appoint three competent residents
of each taxation district of the King
dom, except Honolulu, one of whom
shall bo named as chairman, who
shall act as and be the Uoad Hoard
for the District for which they are
appointed. The members of the
said Hoard shall serve without pay."
The Minister of Interior, as
ditectcd, has appointed the boards,
and the roads of the Kingdom, out
side of the district of Honolulu, arc
now under hoard control. Of the
general wuiking of the Act through
out the couutiy, whether satisfuo
toiy or otherwise, wc have heard
but little. From accouuts in the
"Gazette," at different times, writ
ten at Hilo, it appears that the Act
i3 giving satisfaction in that dis
trict. A statement reaches us about a
distiict somewhere to the north ol
Honolulu, on the Island of Oahu,
from which it appears that the
Road Board there is swallowing a
large proportion of the local tax in
salaries paid to its own nicmbeis.
There is a salaried gcneial Super
visor, wiio is not a member of the
IJoaid, and then there is a kind of
sub-supervisor and also a secretary,
each of whom is a member of the
Board and draws a salary. Before
this measure of local self-government
was granted, one salary only
was paid, that of the general super
The statement is silent as to
whether the additional salaries pro
duce better roads. Perhaps they
do. But how about the unpaid
members of the Bo.ird being its paid
olllcials? The Act says "the mem
bers of the Boaul shall serve with
out pay;" that is their services as
members of the Boaid must he
given without pa'; but does the
Act contemplate the appointment of
the Boaid by the Board, to posi
tions of emolument, under its own
supervision? We haully think so.
TRANSLATION AND COMMENT.
The following is a translation from
the "Luso Ilawaiiano," kinilly fur
nished us hy a friend: "The Eng
lish paper) Daily Huixv.tin," which
till now has hcen considered favor
ahle to the cause of the people and
the white woiking men, ugainst the
invasion of Asiatics, sccins stagger
ing, as if it had heen bought or
intimidated by tho friends of un
limited immigration. It published
alKO last week an article respecting
Japanese, in which it tiied to piove
that they nre much supeiior to
Chinamen. Probably wc shall shortly
sec the Ihii.i.r.Tix write, at the re
quest of the friends of Japanese
immigration, to convince the white
laborers that Japanese competition
would bo more advantageous than
This is pretty rich, and in its in
sinuations pretty untruthful, which
the editor of the "Luso" well knows.
"Staggering, intimidation, bought,"
because the Iiri.LivnN docs not en
dorse, in itsentiiety, tlio progrannno
of tlio Anti-Asiatic Union. Tlio
Bum.ktin is invariably "favorable
to tho cause of tho people," etc,
but that is not saying that wo nre
prepared to favor every or any jum
ble of illogoeial incongruities which
professes to bo "tho cause of tho
people," etc. Wo uro old enough
tofoim our own opinions, and nsk
nobody's permission to cxpicss them,
Neither do wo writo ntthofequest"
of anybody in defence of anything
against our own conviction. With
regard to tho Bulletin attempting
to prove that the ordinary Jap is
superior to the ordinary Chinaman,
no proof is required. Every man
who is acquainted with the two races,
sees it and knows it. What man of
sense would think of putting the
two into the same bag? This is one
of the blundeis of the Anti-Asiatic
Union. The Bullktik docs not ap
prove of unrestricted Chinese immi
gration. On .the contrary, it be
lieves in restricting it to the needs
of sugar and lice plantations, and
legislating to keep that class of im
migration from coming into competi
tion with tho people of Western
civilization. iJtit let the "Luso II :t
waiinno" distinctly understand that
the Daily BuLi.ivriK docs not be
lieve in a crude mixture of ill-eon-sidorcd,
such as were contained in the text
of an Anti-Asiatic petition published
in the local paper a few weeks ago.
THE GOHSPIRACY CASES.
When the Supremo Court opened
at 9 :30 this murning, the Attorney
General presented indictments
against W. S. Luco and Geo. W.
Mucfailano lospectivcly, chaiging
them with conspiracy, in the lit st
degree, because of their alleged con
nection with the lately developed
withdrawals of liquor from the Cus
tom House, without payment of
duties thereon. Eich indictment
contains three counts, as follows:
For conspiracy to commit the offence
of gross cheat against the Govern
ment, conspiracy to '.'do what is
obviously and directly, wrongfully
injurious to another, to wit, to the
Hawaiian Government," and con
spiiacy to "he knowingly concerned
in the removing, etc., of impelled
and dutiable goods upon which no
duties have been paid."
Counsel lor each of the defend
ants demurred to tho sufficiency of
tho indictments, upon the ground
that thej" set forth no statutory
offence. Argument on the demur
rers will probably be heaidat the
opening of Court to-morrow.
if ousekcepoi Wsmtod.
ANYONE wi-hing a situation as
hnu-.keuier will please nddiess
"IHOEKEEPEIV' at ihu Bumxtjx
OWce. Mating qiialiliciuious. Wiie,ca
rofcrcnec3. 10 It
ROOMS TO RENT.
ww TUKMSMED Rooms to
vHWl .5. icnt Suitable for house-E&S-2&
kccniuir. Inquire at the
Uur.r.iTiN OiTlce. 20 3t
Mystic Lodge, No, 2, K. of P.
A FULL attendance
rl is leqncstdi THIS
lXG, to niiikc uii.uilic.
munis for ihe conferring
of the P 0. Kink.
Per order of
M N. KENHEDY, V. 0.
K "I Ti. A: S.
nnnE above iewnr.l or SIOO w'll be
X paid t'i -inyi'tie who will give in
formation ilmt v. ill lend to tbu nrrt
i ni convic1 on ol the pait- cr parties
who so iniiiibitcil my hou wt'imiit
fclmip instrument ou'thu nitrhtof TLI.
DAY, April 17th, IBS", while in my
y'.r.lat Kulnokiilina 1 aine, Honolulu.
(Sicncd) PR AX tv FEKK1RA
Honolulu Ainll 18, 1-S8 1.0 3l
A DIVIDEXI) of Two D.nlars per
sdm:e wi'l be p-iyiiblu I" tlio "li'ire
lioldeis of E. O. Hull .t nn (Limned;,
in their office, THURSDAY, Annl 19ih.
L. C. ABLES,
20 -It 'Secrei-iiy.
Gl EOIUJE WASHINGTON will Jump
f any sailor, or bomi.fldo working.
uiuii in the httrbnr of II inolulu. One
minding jumps -quick jumps; 3 quiok
Jump-; 1 hour go-iisyou-ploafcej 1 milu
pull in u siioic boul Iho w inner to tako
ilueo out of live ' (iitt- for IJCO. Any
Uii refeito will be . l;ci. Answer this
hOor,nsmy linio in 'he navy has e..
pinil. Firt.i conio tliht kcivoiI. Apply
on boiud to ' G. o. Washinglon," U. f. h
Aduiiis. 20 1
njHEHE wilMio a special meeting of
JL the Honolulu Soelnl Club on
WEDNESDAY hVE f NG. Apill 18 h,
At 7: .0 o'clock, at the hull of the I'licillc
Hose Co,, King street. A full attend
ance ii requeued. Business of import
mice, litili, etc
ADIVID'r'ND of Tin oo Dollars per
thuro will he paid tothobhaic
boUlein ot the I'll or Iblaud Steam JMuvJ.
irnilon Co., (Limittd), at iheii olllce on
the 18 Inslaut. J. ENA,
AMKKTINO of the stockholders or
tin Mutual Tftlrnhi lie 0 mpnny
will hi bi-hl nl the Ootupiny's builrtuig,
on "AEDINESDAY, Ajuil 2Mb. nt2j'.M.
0. O, BEBQEU,
15 td Secretary.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On FRIDAY, ApriB 20th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At tho residence of Cant. E t Cameron,
Chinese Chuich Premises, Fort ttreet, I
will soil nt Public Auction,
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
-" COMP1UR1MO' '
Black Walnnt Marble-top Table,
Black Walnut' C. S. Chairs,
1 icture Eiaincs,
.Denier & S fa Kugr,
Black Walnnt Marble-top Bedroom Set,
Hpiiiig M'Uirmi'e M "-quito Net,
Feather l'llh.ws 2 I'lne Ilcdrooiu
fols. 1 II U . ItMeii ion Table,
Tible ( iivcis,
iff ill Glassware !
Tin Ware, Gari'cn Unto, etc., etc.
JAS. IT. MOKGAX,
On WEDNESDAY, April 25tli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 21.,
At my residence, Nuiuinu Avenue, I
will tell nl Vubll" Auctlit (on acci.U'it
of icinoinl), Household Furnljuic, viz:
Cane Lounges & Veranda Chairs
L'lttjc CVntio t-'ol'i lings,
Pendant Hanging Lamps,
lift. 'xCK MA1R CITIISttiFA,
YV'ii koi Hookers, Patent Rockers,
Draw ii'g room Cuilains & Poles,
Lnee Liiilnlns, 1 Music Box,
Ircnch M'irmc (Jluck,
J UlTnTihln tmi Q
tv ni in- i it
lUUilJiU tuu fJ.lUUI.IUUJ. U.
Illnck Walnut Intension Table. U.
W. Le'ilhei.'cat limit', Decmated
IVu St, (richer, & GIaiw.iic,
Sieiling Silvers J-poun nnd Folks',
2 Pine Bedroom Sets,
Mattresses and .Mosquito Nets, 1
Oak Ch ffonicrc. 1 Hefiigt m'or, I
Menl Safe, 1 Westwood Range, Step
Ladder, Kitchen Ul civile,
Garden llose, etc., etc., eto.
C?5-Premise will he open for inspec
tion on TUESDAY, April 21th, from U
a. si. to B x. ir.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
20 Ct Auclioncer.
T? XTRA Tine Chocolate Oicims
J2j ut the New Candy Factory.
LITTLE Hfiys and Girls 1 uy
their iullyal the Nlw Candy
JTS f.-'ct, ill" Cienn Candi s
are superior at the Xew Cindy
rr RY i hat rcmrd' for a succt
X tooili "liuttci Ssoiih" it Uie
N-w Cindy Fueiuiy.
LITE Ice Creiun P..rIoria
phice where ou crtn et 'he
linFt leu Cream, ( akts nnd
O.indlu. Teh phone: Jno. f!?8
Muunl, fo. li-a Hell IS lw
His j isl recelvd x Australia aory
hjii Jsome noitmcii ol all t lie
In the TilHlinury JLii'.e, such as
Ms, llloiis, FeatliGrs,
Ornaments, &c, &c.
Also, a Jlost Excellent Assortment of
09 KJiriM't 'rom Sitroi)4. lm
Per " Nntuno,"
A Small Invoice of
nio;i Ti;iin-H n
I IlliU I'JIMI U '
UU JUllllilL JJliliiUl f.
Direct from Jhc potteries iu Stafford,
-FOB SALE BY-
HORSES, &c, FOK SALE.
ON account of depar.
1 Onllfmnln Piirrtnan
&3f Horse j
1 Blaek Marc, broken for harness and
1 Top BugL'y, H'irneso. Buddie, eta
Apply" V. KTEUEUANN,
14 lw nill. Il'ickfr.ld &, t'o.'s.
MARRIED couple w lfo to cook, nnd
n single mail for ICeabikckun, Ha.
wnii. Must be accustomed to fencing
and inll MiUil'iu: Atmlvto
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
1(1 lw m aS Mi i chant street.
HE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
Dally Bulletin 60 els per month.
J'& ' II
mmmasv, ,'1111111 .:mu. -
Auction Sales by Lowls J, Lovoy,
By order of Messrs. G W. Mucfarlono
& Co, ncenfs of the barquo "Thomas
Boll," I wl.l sell at Public Auction
On FRIDAY, April 20th,
AT 10 O'CMIOIS. A. Jr.,
At the Klnnu Whnrf, iho bilincc of
surplus tores u luiquo Thomns
B I'," tonEisiing of
Tierces Salt Beef, Cs. Pre. Beef,
Soup& Uoullll, Codfsb.
Mnlzo ileal, Flour,
Kidno Beans, Coflec,
Chiokory, Sugar, Mnooaronl, Tea,
halslti", Com Flour, Condon c.l M.llk,
Sigo, 1 lnced Veil, A'tow Knot,
Oumciil As Vtuepnr.
Also, Thirty 400 gallons Tanks I
A Lot of
Lumber & Empty Zinc Lined Cases I
In Good Order,
LEWIS J. IjEVEY,
On TlIUKSDAiT, May tfrd,
AT lO O'CTittCU a. ar.
At the icaidenco of Mr. Henry IJorjjer,
faciui; the Kccrcntion Grounds, 3Iakili,
I will sell at Public Auction, the whtle
of his Household Faiiiitnrc nnd cfTecis,
consittinL' of in pari:
Black Walnut Parlor Sofa and Chairs,
3 Extra Lame Hrnstels Center lings
Stni.ll Kugs Busy Clmir-i, 1 U. V. Bed
loom Set, 1 nearly new llnndsnnn It. W.
Murble.tup liediooni Set, with Spring
Mtil'rcss, Slniflu licJfcte.ids, Uuieaus,
Spiing Mattiues Ued Lounge, SIos
quito iNcli, I B AV. E.Mcu-ton Dining
T.ible, Koa Shkboard, Wiitlug Table,
Chairs, Rocking and Easy Chairs,
Vciiinda Eisy Uhniis. Chandeliers nnd
Lumps, 4 large OH Piiinling', Kel'iige
lator, Meat Safe, Churn, Ice Cieum
I'Vcczor, Crrckiry !c Glassware, Matting
A; Oil Cloth, Ko. 1 Winthrop ltangennu
UtensiU, Oardm To"ls and Hoaeand
lol of Firewood, i.tc., etc., tc, u'c
Aud If not dhposid of previous to Sale,
1 Largo California Carriage llorso,
Smnil nnd gentle suitable for finally
use 1 Family Carti.ige, Set Harness Ai
1 Gentle Pony with eudJlo&Bi idle
siiilablo for a boy. AUo, a choice lot
N. It. Free Bus will ttart from the
corner of Fort and Beretania streets, at
9. to a. si. sharp, for convenience of
parties attending the Sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
10 14t Auctioneer.
We arc glad to know that an intelligent
community appreciate nfid patronize
an institution llmllnis r'lhST,
gien purticuluily bnlliaut
We have cxistul, nnd by the PEOPLiE'S
VOTE wo desire to cxi.t. Diivu nficr
diivu have we given, and ibnumnd upon
thousand high priced GOODS havo
llouted out to the popul.ic , at
compaiatively SMALL COST.
LONG LIVE THE
So Suyfl tlio People.
This Week wo continue our SPECIAL
CHEAP BALE. Every Aitiole
is Marked Down.
Our $4 00 Jcrsoys will bo sold (or $2 00
Our $5 00 Jerseys will bo sold for $3 00
Our $G 00 Jerseys will uo sold for S4 25
Our $8 00 Jerseys will bo sold for $5 00
Special Jlargahig in
Elons, Hats, Laces
Black, Cream & White Brocaded
CSrAVo offer Extraordinary Bargains
in Odd Lots, lU-mnants and Odds and
Chas. J, Fishel,
Corner Port and Hotel Sts.
Depot, 28 Merchant Stroot,
Tolo., Boll 172, Mutual
CAPACITY 1.O0O DOZEN VF.tt DAY.
The Only English Apparatus making Iligli Class
TAHITI LEMONADE, GINGER ALE,
. Hop Ale, Cream Soda,
'And PUHE, STHONG EFFERVESCING
PLAI1 SODA WATER.
gjF Orders deliveied to any part of the
Australian Hail Service.
FWt SAM fc'KANCISCO,
The new nnd line Al steel steamship
Or the Oceanic Stcnmtliip Company, will
bo due. at Honolulu Ironi bydnoy
nnd Auckland on or nbout
May 6, 1883.
And will leave for tho above port with
malls aud pascngcis on or about that
Kor ft eight or passage, having SU
PEltlOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE G. IRWIN & CO., Agents
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Compiny, will
he due at Honolulu from San
Pran cisco on or about
folay 10, 1888,
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and pasBengcis for the above ports.
For Ireight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Agents.
New York Line.
An Al vessel will bo dcspat"hed by
this Liti'j foi Honolulu, to have
Xew York in all May.
For further information apply to
W. H. GROSSMAN & BHO.,
77 & 79 Broad Street,
CASTLE & COOKE,
PBTT & SCOTT'S
General Shipping Agency nnd For
eign Parcels Express.
Goods, Parcels, Baggage, Etc., Etc,
Forwarded to and from all parts of
C. O. D. amounts of services collected
iu imy country.
WTarlfl'M of Itutes on ipIIcntlon-T8
General Agents for Hawaiian Islsnds,
flO 23 Merchant Stieet. tf
White Bros.' Port. Cement,
Coal Tar, Stoctlolm Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
lion Tanks, -F.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
I'OIt hat.i; IIV
H. Hackfeld & Go.
Toiisorial Artists, 88 Ring St.
GENTLEMEN of Honolulu: Plenso
take notice that a neat Barber
Shop has been opened next door to the
rcitaurant down stairs, 89 King treet,
hy two of tho best practical Um bers in
town. Gentlemen uro icquested to give
u n trial. We guurauteu satisfaction.
Children' hair cutting a speciality.
M. P. JARDIM,
17 lm ANTON M. LUOE.
Steam Works, Sunny South,
Tele., JUoll 180, Mutual 245.
city. Island oideis solicited
Hell Tel. 171!. Mutual Tel. 300.
P. O. Box 4IW.
Fire Proof atone Building,
42 Morchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency for Haw'ii Islands
Burlington aud Chicago Railway
Connecting at Boston with tlio Azores
Through. tickets gi anted fiom Honolulu
to all points East.
Mcicbaudisc stored and sold on com
mission. Consignments solicited.
Shipping and Custom House Business
Books nnd Accounts kept and audited.
Legal Documents prepared.
Propel tics leased, rented and sold.
Legal documents drawn.
To Let No 89 Klnau street; parlor, 3
bcdioonis, kitchen, servant'6 room,
stable, carriage house, garden, etc.
Kent very modeiate.
Collage at Waikiki, opposite Sunny
South; largo yard, stable, etc. Pos
session on 1st April.
Hell Tel. 31H. JIutual Tel. 130
!.. Uox 415.
38 Merchant St., Honolulu
Conveyancing a Specialty Becords search
ed and abstracts of title furnished on
Copying, Translating, and engrossing in all
languages in gentrat use in tuo King
dom. Custom House brokerage File and Life
Insuiaucc receive piompt attention.
ACCOUNTS ADJUSTED AND
MR. JOHN GOOD JR.-
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
bought, sold and rented.
Several valuable properties la and
around iho city now for sale on crsy
Convenient Cottages in dc-irablc healthy
locatlous iu and neui the city to let or
lease at reasonable rates.
Employment Wanted by several raenaetl
boys, who will make themselves use.
ful in performing tho various offices
aud chores requlicd by private fami
lies. Full paitiuulars given on application
at the agency.
Orders from the other Islands prompt
ly attended to.
74 KiDg St.
74 KiDg St.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
UovtU with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.