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The following persons have been
duly appointed ns Assessors of Taxes
in the Kingdom for the j'oar 1888 :
Honolulu C. A. Brown
Ewa niitl Waiannu S. J. Mnikai
"Waialtm S. Hookana
Koolauloa J. 1 ICauwnlu
JCoolaupoko "Wm. Henry
Lnhaiua 1 E. Evans
Wniluku V. 1 Mossmun
Makawno L. A. Andrews
Hana. . J. K. llnnuna
Molokai nnd Lanni M. Kano
Hilo A. B. Locbciistcin
North Hilo Flunk Pahiu
North Kohala V. J. Wright
South Kohala J, Knai
North Kona J. H. Waipuihmi
South Kona Mobile
Kau Ed. Smith
1'una 0. F. Shipman
Lihuo S. Kaiu
Kawaihau C. H. 'Willis
Jtoloa A. K. Mika
Waimea L. H. Stok
Hanalei ,Tns. Hatfield
Niihau M. W. Kealo
V. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Dept., Juno 25, 1888.
In aceordanco with Section I, of
Chapter XXVI, of the Laws of 188G:
All persons holding water privi
leges, or those paying water rates,
arc hereby notified that the water
rates for the term, ending December
31, 1888, will bo due and payable at
the office of the Honolulu Water
Works on tho 1st of July, 1SS8.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days, after they arc due,
will bo subject to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will please
present their last receipt.
Bates are payable at tho oflice of
tho Water Works, in the Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no discretion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I., Juno 15, 1S88.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Bailie ol Cu.lilrtti., . 3T.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. 31. Rothschild & Hon, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney.
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Gkristckurcli, and "Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business
Pledged to 'neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1888.
At the Hawaiian Opera House,
to-morrow evening, will bo played
the three-act comedy, "Engaged,"
the proceeds to be devoted to repair
ing and renovating the Honolulu
TliiB amusing little comedy was
ployed two or three weeks ago in
tho same place and by the same
company, the Amateur Dramatic
Company. On that occasion it was
ivcll played, but we think wo are
justified in expecting that it will bo
better played this time; for the
various parts have been more thor
oughly studied, and as a result the
players arc better prepared to enter
into tho spirit of the play now than
then. Besides, as "practice makes
perfect," the practioe of tho first
performance will advance nearer to
perfection tho second.
Those who purchase a ticket and
patronize the performance to-morrow
night will not only show their appre
ciation of the company's kind en-
deavors to furnish amusement, but
at the same time will be contribut
ing to the support of an establish
ment which is a public convenience.
Thus, the return for the investment
will bo twofold the evening's enter
tainment and the prospective benefit
from maintaining a building for
other classss of entertainment.
if. .'in .J.H wml
24m Dat Juno 2Gth.
The Houso opened at 10 a. m.,
President W. 11. Castlo in tho chair.
Noble Watcrhottso presented a
petition praying for the sum of
8200 to repair Wntknunlulu road.
Kef ei red to Public Lands Commit
tee. Noble Dole presented a petition
praying that the law requii ing photo
graphs of returning Chinese be re
pealed, and that the fco -of 2 in
stead of go uo chaigcd for pass-
poits. Referred to bclect Commit
tee. Rep. Kinney presented a petition
from Hamakua prnping that the sum
Rep. Kinney presented n petition
from Hamakua praying that the
Bum of $250,000 be appropiiatcd to
gel water from tho divide between,
Waipio and Kohala, nnd bring it
down in to the district of Hamakua.
He also presented an agreement
signed by tho planters, wherein they
offer to pay tho Government 15,000
a year for the uso of said water.
Referred to Finance Committee.
ItCPOKTS Ol' COMMITTEES.
Rep. F. Brown reported that two
bills were printed and read'
Noble Young reported from
Military Committee that they
drafted a new bill, which they
commend bcins passed. The
bill embodies the several amendments to
the old bill. The i epot t was accepted
and laid on the table to be consider
ed with the bill.
lie also reported from the same
committee on the petition praying
that the Volunteers be disbanded,
recommending that the petition bo
laid on the table. Adopted.
RESOLUTIONS AND BILLS.
Noble Smith read, a first time a
bill to regulate the observance of
Noble Watcrhouso read a first
time a bill to regulate the keeping
of books by both wholesale and re
tail licences. Referred to Printing
Noble Baldwin moved that the
bill relating to water rates, that was
referred to the Committee on Public
lands and improvement, be recon
Minister Green gave notice of a
bill to regulate pilotage in Hono
lulu. Rep. Paclmolc read a first time a
bill to amend Art.' -12 of the consti
tution. Referred to Printing Com
mittee. UNFINISHED 11USINESS.
motion the bill relating
water rates was referred
to a Select
oiideii or' the day.
Second reading of a bill to define
the word drunk. The English ver
sion of the bill had not been re
turned, so action on the bill was
Third reading of a bill to amend
Section 85G of the Civil Code, re
lative to security for costs.
On motion the Military Bill was
taken from the table and made the
order of the day.
The bill was considered section by
Rep. Pachaolc moved to amend
so that the Honolulu Rifles shall
consist of only one company. Lost.
The bill was considered to Section
12, when the House adjourned until
10 a. m. Wednesday, out of respect
to tho memory of the late Emperor
25m Day June 27th.
The House opened at 10 a. m.
President W. R. Castle in the chair.
Petitions were presented and ap
jir.rouTS or committees.
Noble Smith reported from the
Judiciary Committee on eight peti
tions and bills.
1st. That the petition from Kona
relating to Chinese be referred to
the Select Committee on that sub
ject. 2nd. That the petitions from dif
ferent persons relating to tho olllce
of Governor be laid on tho table.
3rd. That tho petition to change
tho oillco of President of tho Board
of Education making it a Cabinet
olllce, be laid on the table to be
considered with any amendment of
tho constitution relating to the mat
ter that may lie offered.
lth. That the petitions relating to
amendments te Arts. 59, G2, 55,
and 42 of the Constitution be laid
on tho table until a bill amending
said sections be brought in,
5th. That the petition asking that
the Crown and Government lands be
leased to those only who livo in tho
country and are citizens, be laid on
Gth. That the bill amending 10G8
of the Ciyil Code, be laid on the
7th. That the petition that Kono
hiki fisheries bo free, nnd thatKono
hiki lands be fiec to tenants cat
tle, bo referred to the Select Com
mitteo to whom was referred such
8lh. That the bill providing for
liens for mechanics and material
men pass with a few amendments.
All of these reports were adopted.
Minister Thurston i eplicd to tho
questions from the member from
Kona regarding tho unpaid claims in
"'. J n i'JiiM?(nrTtwV;. m.!nF'jh.
tho burnt dishict. lie presented
the names of all the claimants. Ho
could not tell exactly tho number of
square feet taken, as the mattor of
adjustment is a personal one and a
compensation is paid for a certain
place. The estimated amount due
nnp not paid is $480.40.
HE60LOTION3 AND TllLLS.
Minister Green read n first time a
bill toiegulate the charges and com
pensation for pilota in tho harbor of
Rending of tho 11th Section of
the Military Bill. Passed.
'g Section 12th was read and passed.
Section 13th was lend.
Rep. Kamauoha luovcd to Tefcr
this section to a Select Committee,
as ho thought it govo the Minister
of Foreign Affairs too much author
ity. lie offered an amendment to the
section, to read that the Minister of
Foreign Affairs may remove an of
ficer at the request of the King.
Rep. Knuhauo .spoke in favor of
the section a) in the bill, lie said
that the King and Cabinet should
bo in perfect harmony, whether
they are or not, he did not know,
but it cliould bo so. The Assembly
was there to pass laws to piotcct
the King, not those that make him
Rep. Nakaleka moved to amend
by inserting, "that the Minister of
Foreign Affairs, by and with the
consent of the King and Cabinet,
shall have power to remove, etc."
Rep. Knlaukoa said that the law
was all right so far as it gavo the
Ministry tho power to go to the
King and say, such and such an of
ficer is not fit to serve in your
guard, and we are going to remove
him ; you can suggest another and
wo will appoint him. But he did
not think they should have absolute
power to remove any olliccr for any
reason. Uo therefore ouoieu an
amendment, "for a proper offense."
Noble Widemann said that any
law that gave an inferior office the
power to remove any military of
ficer, without the consent of the
Commandcr-in-Clnef, was absurd,
and was not known in any other
country in the world but here. It
is not military law, but may be all
CHINESE SCHOOL PIGHIG.
Not the least interesting of the
various school anniversaries at this
season of the year, is the annual
picnic of the children of the Chinese
schools under the care of Mr. E. W.
Damon. This year they gathered
in large numbers with fatliers.and
mothers, friends and helpers, on the
shady grounds of Mr. E. C. Da
mon's residence on Bcrctania sheet.
There were swings and see-saws and
ball and bat and jumping-ropes and
the children went in for a good
time, "go heng," as they call it.
An awning had been swung in
front of the verandah. The Chi
nese Dragon, tho Japanese Rising
Sun, the Hawaiian Cros3 and Bars,
lloated in friendly union, furnishing
a pleasant canopy for the exercises
which the children had prepared.
There were recitations in English
and in Chinese, geographical and
historical cathetieal exercises in
Chinese, singing in Chinese and in
English, and several pretty chil
dren's dialogues about birds and
flowers and the pleasant world in
which we live. All were very credi
tably rendered, and the teachers,
Miss Mary Giecn and Miss Mary
Kuisin, deserve the incomiums they
received for the good work they have
done. The two Chinese teachers,
Mr. To Teiig Uo and Mr. Ho Ah
Pui talked and questioned as only
Chinese teachers can, and appear
ed to be scholarly and exact in their
Mr. F. W. Damon marshalled the
boys for gymnastic drill, and the
boys looked bravely in their belts
of' red and yellow paper, pinned
witli silvery stars. Tho young
drummer, eoii of a Hawaiian mother
with a Chinese step-father, did him
self credit ,by his part in the per
formances, lie furnished the music
also ior the little gills, as with fans
and parasols for their military ac
coutrements, the' escorted their
chosen "Queen ol the year" to t)ic
royol seat prepared for her, where
her subjects passed in long proces
sion before her, laying at her feet
their, tributes of sweet flowers.
The children then grouped them-'
selves around the tables, and were
soon enjoying to tho full, the cakes
and fruits, lemonade and soda-water
provided for them in generous abun
dance. It was a gala day for tho Chinese.
Tho two Commissioners, Ah Lo and
Goo Kim, with their wives and chil
dren, were prominent among the
honored guests. Many interested
in this most promising and gratify
ing work for Chinese children were
pi escnt to enjoy the scene. Some
fifteen or more of tho brightest and
best.of the scholars Mr. Damon and
Ilia helpers have been training dur
ing these last eight or ten years have
recently left to join tho school began
by the Anglican Mission.
I710H PALE ut tho Boformaloiy
: School, by the b.ilo or ton.
05 tf W. (J. NKKM1AM,
NJSAT Cottage of four
iiomn, hath loom'in tho
mm oui-iioust'9, near
iho Mormon Church, now oceuoleel by
Mr. Yogol Apply lo Mr. Yogel, at
Hoffeohlnoger is CVs. 17 Hy
VJ M ni'inian 'i'iiii.uiiii''... HI"
MWT "T m
PRELTMINAlfV iiir.ingements have
been for point-time in pioies, by
u vmriy ol Honolulu resident, 10 publish
ti Honolulu Business Directory at once, and
to cuutinui! a renewal of tho publication
every sulsequctit year. '11m work of
Kitting the names and addres-os will
bo immediately undertaken; nnd us
those to be employed ais familiar with
the citv and the work to bo done, a
complete nddrcss book and directory
guide of Honolulu may bo confidently
expscte 1. The Honolulu Business Direc
tory will bo printed and published in
Honolulu, at a piieo ns moderate as will
lm consistent with the expense of pio
ducing the work. Advertisements em
the fiy leaves and covers are respectfully
J. E. BitOAVN & CO.,
Honolulu, June 2C, 1833. 7J tf
Opposite Kaplolr.nl Park, Walklki.
The Finest, i
Batting Place on tiie Island !
Elegnnt Booms, Gas & Water in e.icli.
Extensive Grounds, Well Shaded I
The Table is supplied with the
best the market afford.
Bowling; Alley atiacM !
Full information given to tourists as
to the be.n routes of tiuye'l, for tcencry
and curio'ilies; also current rates for
horse Jure and guides on the other
Islands. Buscs and Ciriinges will bo
I numbed at bpcciul rates for exclusions.
Hiisc's nnd Baggage Wagons will meet
every steamer. Special rates for perma.
men! boardeis. A Wagonette will be
provided ior the use of guests at special
73 Proprietor. 8m
Fourth of July, 1888.
ALL American1) wHiing to subscribe
to the fund for oe'lobrating the
fuming 4th of July, will And subserip.
lion bits at the Pacific Haidwaru Co.
ami Egan & Co.'h stores em Fort street,
and ut (he Uitwailau Hotel. The mem
bers of tho Finance Committee, Mesbra.
JAb. G. Sl'KNOEK,
Oin. II. ELDRIDGE,
JulI.N W WIKTEH,
J J EGAN,
Will tdso rccche subtrriptlonB.
Honolulu, Juno 25, I8S8. 78 td
A GOOD sober Man lo drivo a milk
wagou; must bo a pood elrlvor
and understand horses. Nunc but a
good man need apply it tho Uum.ktin
oillco. 78 3t
NOTICE of EEMOVAL.
JOHN MoLEAN has removed his
ISlnclcbmitliing Kptnhlishmcnt to
Port street, opposite Ilopper's Mill,
wliem lie will be glad to tee hin old
friends and new ones. 78 lm
King Ht., near tho lirtelgu.
Uciici'iil Fancy Ms !
Employment wanted for
5 Japancso Gardeners & Yardmen.
2 " Cooks, first-class.
2 " Nurso Girls. & Housemaid.
77 1 in
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
JL inOBt popular paper published.
Park Beach Hotel,
HAYBQKU & GO.,
" ' ' ' ' i ' .ill..
IK LARGE VARIETY !
-FOR SALE BY-
CASTLE & COOK
CSF'I'riccs lists furnished
The undersigned cnlls the attention of
the public to
New Lines of Goods
Juat receivcel ex late arrivals,
Hawaiian, American & English Flags,
Itasn Hall Goods, Xovels,
Bound Story Books
A complete lino of
Plain and Fancy Stationery !
Together with cverythine to be found in
a well-appointed (stationery ttore.
-INSPECTION IS INVITED-a
A. M. HEWETT,
05J Merchant Street. 3m
SALE CHEAP !
H. DAVIES & GO.'S.
Just received a lino of
"Rn.st.Arn "Rirfvurnrlre t
Tho above ate of this year's manufacture
aud from the lending factories
rf the East.
G. W, MACFARLANE.
Desirable Building Lots
SALR two bull-line
lots, each 75 feet by 80
i feet, and one lot 70 feet by
lot fuut, beautifully Biluatcd at tho
eo-ner nf Lunall'toand Kapiolani streets.
These ollglblo Rites command oxtenbivo
views of bnd and ocoun. They are
fenced, cli-ured atiel limed withtre.es,
mid liievo water laid on Terms to suit
pure-haters. Apply lo
78 3t II. M. DOW.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X Island subscription, 4 per annum.
, - . i - -
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levoy,
By ordor of W. F. Allen and Jas. I.
Dowsctt, AsMgncfl nf tlte Bankrupt
E'tnto of Pacific Navigation Com.
puny, I Mil sell at Phblic Auction,
at tl'io store of P. N. Co , Qu en St ,
On FRIDAY, Juno 29th, 1888
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
1 Koa Deck, 1 Double l'ino Desk,
Lot of Aiwtrled Omcerlc,
Lot of Asserted Naval S'oro',
Lots or Ouivns, No. 1 to 10 InchiMvo,
10 Cls Manila & Hemp Cordage,
Lot Sugar Big, Block' & Slii'vn
New i: Old Copper
Warehouse Truck & R.R. Rails & Cars,'
Snllmnker's Benches if Tools,
Cauvai Awning & Tarpaulins,
Platform Scales & SlcelinruN,
Gene'l Assni't of Heavy Blocks,
Lot of Hi i'Ii S'i'el Win',
1 but llnu iitg Gear & Grip Pulley,
Copp' i I'm eliina M ichinu,
1 'I ruu-illng Mtiulilttc,
Ship's Davits & Iron Weiik,
Barrels of Gymsum, etc , cjc.
Also, tie Lot aid Bulii
Near the Fish Mukrt, and the
JLcase oi JLjHlxicI !
Near by. .
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
79 2t Auctioneer.
By order of Castle & Cooke I will sell
at Public Auction, without k-
fcerve for cash
On MONDAY, July 2nd, '88,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At my Salesrooms, corner of Fort and
Queen streets, a splcmlid lot of
1 PninQii flan ill ns I
Triangles, Rosettes, Verticals, Floral
Shells, Fountains, Mines,
Bengal Lights, Assorted Fires,
Torches, Battcrrics, Goyscrs,
American Flags, &c.
LT3WIS J. LEVEY,
79 4t Auctioneer.
MUSfC furnished for balle, paitica
and serenades by Palmer's String
tland. Orders left nt C. E. Williams',
or ring op Mutual Telephone 838. 74 tf
- Q1IIPPERS of Freight by
J tiie steamer w. u.
Uall " are hereby notified,
that mi freight will be received after 8
o'clock A. 3i , on the duy of sailing
Per order, J. ENA,
Honolulu, Juno 8, 18S8. C4
THE following animal
will bo (old at publio
auction at tho Government
round, at Waiuiano, District ofEwo,
on THURSDAY, Juno Si8th, at noon: 1
bullock with red btripc, wire at the
nose, the tip of tho horns cut, tth-o a cut
on tho neck, white spot on the stomach
and tail, branded fomowhut like a. for
DowmU; fore and hind left lens are
branded with the same, and below is
branded with n pconliiir br.iud.
Pound Master of Waimano, Dii-trlct
of Ewa. 73 lw
H. HACKFELD & CO.
ilferpress Cloth !
AS USED IN GERMANY.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL advertise it in the Daily Bulletin.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,'-
AUCTION SALE OP
On FRIDAY, June 29th, '88,
at 10 o'clock a. ar.,
At the residence of Jlr. A. Vojie1),
Punchbowl street, above the Mor-
mon Chtiich, I will sell nt Public
His Entire Household Furituro,
I B. W. Office Table I
UpholMercel Lounge, Parlor Ohi-lra,
Center & Sofa Rugs
Decorated readmit Lamps,
Engraving ifc Plutiu'rs,
P.irlor Oet ter Table,
Bureau WnBhstan t, Mnttrnssco,
MoMjulto Wot, Dining Table,
Dining Boom CIihIis,
Crocket v .t Olassware,
Kitchen Stove & Utensils, Etc. '
Am limit rr.
Thursday Evening, June 28th,
no rv oxyuxvtr
RIFLES' ARMORY BENEFIT.
Gilbort's 3-Act Comedy
Cheviot Hill Mr. J. F. Brown
Holvawniy Mr. F. P. Hastings
Sympcrton Mr, E. F. Bishop
Mr. W. M. Mncfarland
Mogillicudy Mr. AVm. Unger
Hllnda Trehornc Miss B. JL Parke
Minnie Sympcrson .Miss li. Mukce
Maggie Macfarlanc....'.Mies Jane Uaro
Mrs Macfarlanc Mifs A. Walter
Parker Miss Minnie Blown
3?KICI38 .A.S TSXSA.Tu.
Box plan opens nt J. E. Brown &
Co.'s, at !1:!J0 A. m., "Wednesday, June
Doors Open 7:30 a B6T" Curtain at 8.
THE undersigned having been on tho
2'ith Inst., nppointcd by Iho Honor
able Edwiird Preston, Justice of tho
Supreme Court, Asigne'es of the Estate
of the Pnciflc Navigation Company,
bankrupt, hereby request all t.crsons
owing bald estate, to make immediato
W. F. ALLKN,
JA3. I. DOW8KTT, '
Assignees of Estate of Pacific Naviga
Honolulu, Juno 2G, 1888. 481m
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Bteamship
"Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, July 3rd,
For Froight or Pasenge, apply to
WM. G. IB-WIN & CO., Agents.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
NOTICE is hereby given that tho final
entries for the Hawaiian Derby,
mile dash for 2-year olds, native
bred, to be ltiu under the auspices of
the Hawaiian Joekoy Club ou tho 11th
of June, 18S9, will be closed on tho 80th
of June, 1888.
Also, that nominations for the follow
ing races must be handed to tho Secre
tary, accompanied with ontranee feo,
on or beforo tho 30th of Juno. 1888.
, "Hawaiian Derby," 1800 foals' of
1888 Sweepstakes of 8D0 added. To
bo divided as' tho Club may direct.
mile dash for 2-year olds, native bred,
910 to bo paid on uomluation, and 15
ou or beforo the 80th of June, 1880, for
feit uuless lllled by payment of tho ro
mululiig 825 ou or bcfoio Juno 1, 1800.
"Hawaiian Joekoy Club Cup," for
1880 Sweepstakes of 825 added, 1 nillo
dash for S-ycar olds, native bred, 810
to bo paid on nomination, forfeit unless
lllled by payment of remaining QIC on
or beforo June 1, 1880.
"Hawaiian Jockey Olub Cup," for
1890 Sweepstakes of $50 added. To
bo divided as tho Club may direct. 1
mile dash for U-year olds, native bred,
foitln of 1887. 910 to bo paid on nomina
tion, nnd 815 on or beforo the 80th or
June, 1880, forfeit unless lllled by pay
ment of the remaining 825 on or beforo
Juno 1, 1800.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1801 Sweepstakes of 8100 added. To
bo divided as tho Club may direct. 1
mllo daMi for 3-year olds, native bred,
foals of 1888, 810 to bo paid on nomina
tion, IB ou or before Juno 80, 1880, nnd
825 on or beforo Juno 80, 1600, forfeit
unless llled by payment of the remain
ing 850 on or befoio Juno 1, 1801,
CSTEutrics made after abovo dates
must pay double,
O. O. BERGrER,
Secretary, Hawaiian Jockey Qlubj.,