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By Authority of the Board of
Public School Examinations.
Tho regular annual examinations
of tho Government Day Schools in
Honolulu, will be held ns follows:
On Monday, .Inly 23id, .it tho Gov
ernment School House at Kawaialmo,
tho common schools of Mnnoa, Ka
moiliili, Wnikikikai and ICnwninhno.
On Tuesday, July 24th, at Knumn
knpili Church, tho common schools
of Moanalun, Kalihiuku, Pauoa, Knu
nmkapili and Ivonin (w).
On Wednesday, July 25th, at the
Pohukaina Girls School.
On Thursday, July 2Gth, at tho
Fort Street School.
On Friday, July 27th, at the Koyal
And at Ewa, Waianac and Koolau
poko, on tliis Island, as follows:
At Pokai, Waianne, on Thursday,
At Waiuwn, Ewn, on Friday, July
At Kaneohe, Koohuipoko, on
Thursday, July 2Gtii.
At Waiahole, Koolaupoko, on Fri
day, July 27th.
At Kailua, Koolaupoko, on Wed
nesday, July 25th.
At Hakipuu, Koolaupoko, on
Thursday, July 2Gth.
Tlie examinations will begin at S)
o'clock a. m., on each of the days
' The summer vacation of all Gov
ernment Schools will extend from
Friday, July 27th, to Monday, tho
17th of September next, at which
time n new term will begin.
-A W. JAS. SMITH,
.. Education Oflice, June 28, 1888.
The following persons have been
tr'v-a. dvily appoiutcd as Assessors of Taxos
in the Kingdom for the year 1888 :
Honolulu C. A. Brown
Ewa and Waianac S. J. Maikai
Waialua S. Hookana
Koolauloa J. P. Kauwalu
Koolaupoko Wm. Henry
Molokai and Lanai
T. E. Evans
.W. F. Mossman
, . ,L. A. Andrews
... J. K. Hanuna
Hilo A. B. Loebenstein
North Hilo Frank Pahia
North Kohala W. J. Wright
South Kohala J. Kaai
North Kona J. H. Waipuilani
South Kona Molale
Kau Ed. Smith
Puna 0. F. Shipman
HI Lihuo S. Kaiu
Br.s. Kawaihau C. H. Willis
?p- Koloa A. K. Mika
f 1 ' Waimea .L. II. Stolz
fi Hanalei Jas. Hatfield
&V I Niihau M. W. Kealo
11. i.' W. L. GREEN,
S'l '"v-,'- - Minister of Finance.
mmk -Treasury Dept., June 25, 1888.
KB'" 70 MH-w-2t
b. Water Rates.
In accordance with Section I, of
Chapter XXVI, of the Laws of 1880:
All perbons holding water privi
leges, or those paying water rates,
aro' horcby notified that tho water
rates for the term, ending December
31, 1888, will be duo and payablo at
tho oflico of tho Honolulu Water
Works on tho let of July, 1888.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days, after they aio duo,
will bo subject to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will plouso
presont thoir last receipt.
Rates aro payablo at tho oflico of
tho Water Works, in the Kapuniwa
Tho statuto allowing no discretion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
CHAS. J3. WILSON,
Supt, Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I., Juno 15, 1888.
A NKAT Cottage of four
AffSWI A. rooms, hath room In tho
UMfB house, and out-houseB, near
tho Mormon Church, now occupied by
Mr. Vocel. Apply to Mr, vc
Jloffschlncger & Co.'s.
School Agonls aio horohy 10
minded that it i8 required by tho
Board of Education, that they shall
cause public examinations of all
Government Schools in their dis
tricts, to bo held dining the last
week of tho second school session of
each year. The second school bes
sion this year, will end on Friday,
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Oflice, Juno 28, 1888.
B1SIIOP & Co., BANKERS
llouolulu. Hawaiian IidnmU
Draw Exchange on tho
Bauk ol GuliJforiiiuu S3. Xr.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG K0N0.
Messrs. N. M. Itollischild it Bon, London
Tho Commercial liauk Co., of L'jdnoy,
The Commercial lUnk Co.. of Sydney,
The Hani: of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Dank of llritisli Columbia, Vic
"toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact, a Gkncrr.l lianklng Husines.!;.
PMzrcd to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all
THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1888.
At the meeting of the Legislature
this morning the Appropriation Bill
was introduced by the Minister of
Finance. The bill was read a first
tunc by title, and Monday, Wednes
day and Saturday of each week de
cided upon for its consideration in
committee of the Avholc. The bill
was presented in printed form, and
therefore required no reference to
the Printing Committee.
A kind of a preliminary Appro
priation Bill, which was read a day
or two ago, also came from the
printers this morning, and was dis
tributed. This bill is "to provide
for the payment of the expenses of
the Government until the passage
of the Appropriation Bill," and is
of more immediate importance to a
number of creditois than the Appro
priation Bill itself. It is short and
to the point, and is just what the
title above quoted indicates. Its
passage through all its stages, which
from its length and naluro should
require but little time, will be hail
ed with satisfaction -by creditors
who are in need of their money.
Wc tiust the time will be made as
short as possible.
25tii Day June 27th.
MOUSING SESSION CONTINUED.
The amendments were lost, and
the section passed as in the bill.
Noble Widemann asked where
section Id commenced and where iyt
ended. The Minister can make
rules for the government of the
army. Xiic lung is ac me neau oi
the army. Can he rnako rules for
the government of the King? It
seems hardly possible that such in
congruous stuff as thisJaw is could
emanate from any sensible man. It
may be law but it is not military
law. And for the Ministry of this
Government in the year of our Lord
1888 to bring in such a military bill
Noble Smith offered an amend
ment in line four after "forces:"
Which rules andregulations shall be
binding on Buch forces.
The amendment was carried and
the section passed as amended.
The tcmaining sections passed as
read. Tho title and enacting clause
wcro then read and passed. The
bill as amended passed to engross
ment to be read a third time on
OICDKlt OK TIIK DAY.
Third reading of a bill to provide
for records to be kept by officers
authorised to take acknowledgments.
Second reading of a bill to amend
section 1, chapter A of tho session
laws of 187G, defining the word
Minister Ashford moved to refer
the bill to the Committee on Pub
lic Lands and Internal Improve
ments, for the reason that drunken
ness is considered by some to bo an
Rep, Kamauoha, tho introducer
of tho bill, said that its object was
to pi event abuses now practised by
police and other officers of tho law.
Many people aro arrested for drunk
enness, when in reality they aro only
partially under tho jnfhicnco of
liquor, are able to take care of them
selves, and would, piovided tho
police let them alouo and not try to
drag them to the lockup, go homo
and molest no one.
Noble Hitchcock moved to lay on
tho tabic, Carried.
Tho IIouso then took recess until
1 p. m.
Tho House ro-asscmbled at 1 :05
p. in. and resumed tho order of tho
The consideration of tho report of
tho commUt"c on tho mechanics' lien
bill, with the bill.
fjn motion the bill was lead sec
tion by section, and passed a
amended. The title and enacting
clause were then read and passed.,
The bill passed to engrossment to
be read a third time on Monday
Second leading of a bill to amend
Article 10G8 of tho Civil Code, re
lating to the practice of attorneys.
The Judiciary Cominittco recom
mend thai the bill be laid on the
table. The bill was read by its title
and considered with the report. In
Noble Smith under suspension of
the rules, presented two rcpoits:
one from tho Judiciary Committee on
the hilt to provide for the challenge
of jurors, in which they recommend
that it do not pass, and substi
tuted another bill providing for the
challenge of 3 jurors. I lie Dill was
lead. The rcpoit was accepted and
laid on the table to be considered
with the bill. The bill was referred
to the Printing Committee.
The other rcpoit was from the
special committee to whom the bill
to construct and maintain a sub
marine telegraph cable was referred
lccommcndiiiR its passage, with
On motion the bill was taken up
for consideration with the report of
A lengthy discussion on the
amount to be charged for a woid,
and what a message consists of fol
lowed. Amendments were offered
that a. message should consist of 10
words, and that the minimum rate
should be SI. 00 for a message.
Others contended that 10 cents a
a woid was all that is asked for in
the bill, and consequently the rates
should bo left as in the bill.
Noble Richardson said that the
subject had been pretty thoroughly
discussed, several members had
spoken twice on the bill, and the
Assembly was very tired, he there
fore moved an adjournment until 10
a. in. to-morrow. Lost.
Rep. Kamauoha moved the pre
vious question, which was lost.
On motion the bill was icfcrrcd
back to the committee.
Noble Robinson, under suspen
sion of the rules, presciited a peti
tion from mcicliants of Honolulu,
praying that their chums for the
funeral expenses of LiUelike amount
ing to nearly S30,000 be paid. Re
ferred to Finance Committee-
The House adjourned until 10 a.
Two new publications, of Jjioz-o,or
less interest to our readers, came to
us by the last mail.
The first of these is a Hawaiian
guide book, edited by F. L. Clarke.
This is a little book of about 150
pages, lh inches long and 4 inches
wide made this unusual size tor
convenience in carrying in the
pocket. The book contains a beauti
fully colored map of the Hawaiian
Islands, with a biief account of the
islands, the principal places of in
tcicst, and the many eicetias which
a traveller requires to know. The
reading matter is interspersed with
advertisements, which also convey
useful information. A cursory
glance at this guide book is suffici
ent to convince that it is vastly bet
ter calculated to serve the purpose
for which it is intended than any
thing ever before attempted in tho
same line. To use a stereotyped
expression, it really "fills a long-felt
want," and its merits entitle it to a
The other publication , referred to
is ''the Pacific States Newspaper
Directory," published by Messrs.
Palmer & Key, proprietors Pacific
States Advertising Bureau, 405-107
Sansome street, S. F., California.
Although this a book of special value
to newspaper men and advertisers,
it contains a large amount of gen
eral information of interest to gen
A QUARTERLY dividend of Tluce
Dollttis per t-hnre will bo paid to
ihoslookholdurot Wi'dei' Btenmship
C., at their otilec, SATURDAY. Juno
!10, ItiBB. . JJ. KOSK,
Sociclary.'W. b. S. Co.
Honolulu, Juno 23, 1888. 80 2t
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollars per
Bliaro will bu paid to die Bloek
hohlcrb of tho Intor.lBhuid Steam Navi.
cation Co.. nt their oflico, on Queen
street, on TIUDAY, Juno 29, 1888.
Secretary, 1. 1. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, Juno 35,1888. 80 3t
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles,
ITokomii u, Juno 28, 1PS.
BATTALION ORDER, No. 2, N. S.
rjMIE several rncmbcis of this
X command are horehy or
dured to report nt tlioArmoiy
on FRIDAY EVENING, the
20th Intl., nt 7:80 o'clnok sharp,
in Fniiuuo uiiiioim ior liana.
, lion Drill.
II. V, J1.UUDAU.L7,
Captnln mid Adjutant. 80 it
THE DAILY BULLETIN la ft Hyo
JL evening paper. 60 ceutB per moj h.
if P !
PRELIMINARY nuunsenicuts have
bicn for sometime hi pi ogres, by
ii party ol Honolulu residents, lo publish
a Honolulu Business Directory nt ouce, mill
to continue n renewal of thu publication
every subsequent year. 'I ho woik of
gctling liio names mid nddics'ies will
b immediately undertaken; mid as
those lo be employed nro familiar wilh
the citv and iho work lo ba douc, a
complete addicts book and directory
guide of Honolulu may be confidently
expected. T he Honolulu Business Direc
tory will be printed and published in
Honolulu, at a price as moderate us will
bo consistent with .the expense of pro
ducing the woik. Advertise mcnis on
the lly leaves and covers nre respectfully
J. r. 1JUOYVN & CO.,
Honolulu, June 20, 183". 7! tf
Oppcsito Kzpiclani Part;, Waikikl.
. The Finest, - ,
Batting Place on the Island !
ISlcg.iut Itooms, Gas & Water in each.
Extensive Grounds, Well Shaded !
The Table is supplird with the
best the muilvt-l afford'.
Mill Alley attaclieft
. Pull information given to tourists nu
to tho heat loutcs of travel, for scenery
ami curiosities; also eurrcnt rates for
iiorso hire ami guiile oji the other
Islands. Rushes and Carriages will bu
furnished nt special intesi for excursions.
Bueses and Baggage Wngom. will meet
uvuiy Kii'uniur. cjju'.mi rui.L"s iur purma.
fnent hoaidorB. A Wagonette will bc
proided for the uo of guests at tpccial
79 Proprietor. 3ni
Fourth of July, 1888.
ALL Amerlcnns whltlug to subscribe
to tho fund for celebrating tho
coming 'llh of July, will find subscrip
tion llsfi at tho i'.iclllc Hardware Co.
and Egnn & Co.M stores on Fort street,
rind nt the Hawaiian Hotel. Tho mem.'
hers of the Finance Committee, McBEn.
JAB. G. SPKNCKR,
OilftB. II. KLDRIDGE,
JOHN W. WINTER,
J. J. EGAN,
Will nlso receive subtorlptiouB.
Honolulu, Juno 25, 1888. 78 td
A GOOD sober Mnn to dilvo u milk
wagon j must ho a irood driver
nnd understand liorsei. Nono but a
good man need apply nt the Uum.utin
oflice. 78 Ol"
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN MoLEAN his rnmoved his
Bhickemlthiug Ectnhllshment to
Fort street, opposite Hopper's Mill,
where ho will bo glnd to 6eo his old
friends and now ones, 7r) lm
Kins Kt ncni' tlio Ki'IUkc
6iml- Fancy Goods !
Einploymcnt wanted for
D Japancso Gardeners & Yardmen.
2 " Cooksf llisl-clats.
2 " Nurse Girls & llouscm&ld.
HE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
inoat popular pnper published.
Parte leach Hotel,
IN LARGE VARIETY
-FOR SALE BY-
E'I'riccsJists furnished on applicn
tion. C4 lm
The undcisigncd calls the attention of
the public to
New Lines of G-oods
Jiut received ex late arrival-,
Hawaiian, American & English Flags,
It:-n ISnII Goods, A'ovcIh,
Bound Story Books
Plra Bool & Dictionary.
sA coinplcto lino of
Plain and Fancy Stationery 1
Together with everythins to be found in
a well-appointed stationery Etorc.
C&-INSPECTI0N IS INVITED-a
A. M. HEWETT,
05 Merchant Stieet. .8m
Just received i lino of
Eastern Fireworks !
Tho nbovo nio of thU yenr'ii manufacture
mid irom the lending factories
rf tho East.
0. W. EVlACFArlLANE.
Dosii;iil)lo Building Lots
SALE two hull-line
lots, each 75 feet by 80
feet, nnd one loi 70 fee' by
100 foot, beautifully Hhuulud at tho
corner of Luimlllo and Knplohini BtriTiw
Tlicsci eligible sites commund extensive
views of land and ocean. They nio
fenced, cleared und jlunieil vrlth trees,
nnd hao water Inld on. TerniR to 6iiit
puichtisers. Apply to
71! !3t II. M. DOW.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X Island bubbcrlptiou, Qi per annual.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovfcy.
Bv ordor of W. F. Allen and Jns. I.
DiiwscU, Assignees of tho Hftnkrtitt
Estnlp of Piiclflc Navigation Com
pany, 1 will sell at Public Auction,
at 1lio stoic of P.N. Co, Queen St,
On FRIDAY, June 29tli, 1888,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 3t.,
THREE IRON SAFES
l Koa Desk, 1 Double Pino Desk,
Lot of Assorted Groceries,
Lot ol Aborted Naval Slore,
Lots of Canvas, No, t to 10 fiiclu.ive,
10 Cls Manila& Hemp Cordage,
Lot Sugar Bigs, Dloclts & Slietis
Now A, OM Copper
WarehonGo Truck & O. Rails & Cars,
Sallimrf'er's Hencho & 'fouls,
Canvas Awning ifcTn'innillnB,
l'Lttfoim Scales & Steel j-iirds,
Gene'l Assm't of Heavy Blocks,
l.ntof 'Alnrli Sn-el Win-,
1 Si:t Man hi a Oar & Grip Pulley,
Cpi 'i I'm ('liln'j; M lehinc,
1 'linn, lint! Muehli.c,
Sbip'ii Divits & lion Work,
iinrrels of Gytnsum, rlc , etc.
Nenr the Fish Miiket, nod the
LEWIS J. LEVEY, -
By order of Castle & Cooke I will sell
at Public Auction, without rr-
scrve fot cash
On MONDAY, July 2nd, '88,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At my Salesrooms, corner of Fort and
liueen streets, a splcudid lot of
ti I flnmou nonrtloo I
Triangles, Rosettes, Verticals, Floral
Shells, Fountains, Mines,
Bengal Lights, Assorted Fires,
Torches, Ballcrries, Goysors,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
MUSIC furnished for ballf, parties
and serenades bv Palmer's Siring
Band. Orders left nt C. E. Williams',
or ring up Mutual Telephone 33(1. 71 tf
tejr QHIPPEKS of Freiglit by
ffvta yJ Uio hteamcr " W. U.
BjSg! Hall " aro hereby notified,
that mi 1 1 eight will he received after 8
o'ekek A m , on the day of sailing.
Honolulu, Juno 8, 1888.
TUE following animal
will be sold at public
auction at tlio Government
Pound, at Wnimnno, District of Ewa,
on THURSDAY, Juno 28th, at noon: 1
bullock with red stripe, wire at the
nose, tho tip of the horns cut, uUo a cut
on tho neck, white spot on the stomach
nnd tall, branded somowhat like a fr
Dowse tt; foro und hind left legs nio
branded Willi the samo, and below is
branded with a peculiar brand.
Pound Master of Wnimnno, Dhtrict
of Ewa. 73 lw
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Filferpress Cloth !
AS USED IN GERMANY.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
X adyertise It in tho Daily Bulletin.
Auction Salos by James F.
AUCTION SALE OF
On FRIDAY, June Beth, '88.,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At the residence of Jlr. a. Vocel
Punchbowl street above tho Mor'
mon Chinch, T will sell m Public
His Entire Household Furlturo,
I B. W. Office Table I
Upholstered Lounge, Pnrlor Chairs,"
Center & Sofa Rugs
Decorated Pendant Lumps,
EuRrnvlngB & Plelin-cB,
P.u1or Center T.iblc,
Jiurcnu Withstand, MnttroBsco,
Mosquito hot, Dining Tabic,
Dhihig Knoin Chairs,
Crockery fc Glassware,
Kitchen Stove & Utensils, Etc.
JAS. A. MORGAN,
Thursday Evening, June 28th,
RIFLES' ARMORY BENEFIT.
W. S. Gilbert's 3-Act Comedy
Cheviot Hill Mr. J. ,?. Brown
Belvawmy Mr. F. Pi Hastings
Sympcrson Mr. E. F. Bishop
Mr. W. M.Mncfarland
Mngillicudy Mr, Wm. Unger
Itlinda Treherne Mis'? B. B. Parko
Minnie Symiicrson Miss R. Makeo
Maggie Mnefarlauc Miss Jane Hnro
Mrs Macfarlane MitsA. Walker
Purker Miss Minnie Brown
3?K.ICJ3 -AS TJSTJAJC..
Box plan opens at J. E. Brown &
Co.'b, at fl:30 A. m., "Wednesday, Juno
Doors Open 7:30 -a flST Curtain at 8s
"TVHE undersigned having been on tho
A. 2fllli inst., appointed by the Honor
able Eihvnrd Proton, Justice of tho
(supreme Couit, Assignees of tlio Estnto
of the Pacific Navigation Company,
bankrupt, hereby request all persona
owing said estate, to make immediate
' W. F. ALLEN,
JAS. I. TJOWSETT,
AtBignec? of E-tate of Pacific Nnviga-
Honolulu, Juno 20, 1888.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
"Will leavo Honolulu for tlio nbovo
Tuesday, July 3rd,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IEWIN & CO., Agents.
J 78 lw
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the final
entries for the Hawaiian Derby,
mllo dash for 2-year olds, native
bred, to ho run under tlio auspices of
tho Hawaiian Jockey Club on tho 11th
of June, 1880, will he closed on the 80th
of June, 188S.
Also, that nominations for tho follow
ing races must bo handed to tho Secic
tary, accompanied with eutranee fee,
on or heforo tho 00th of Juno, 1888.
'Hawaiian Dciby," 1890 foals of
1888 Sweepstakes of 50 added. To
ba divided ns the Club may direct.
luile dash for 2-ycnr olds, native bred,
$10 to be paid on nomination, nnd 15
on or bofoio tlio 80th of June, 1880, for
feit unless filled by payment of tho re
maining 2S on or befoio June 1, 1800.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1880 Sweepstakes of 825 added. 1 mllo
dash for U-year olds, nntlvo bred, $10
to bo paid oil nomination, forfeit unless
filled by payment of remaining $15 on
or befoio Juno 1, 1880,
Hawaiian Jockey Cluh Cup,'1 for
1800 Sweepstakes of $50 added. To
bo divided us tho Club may direct. 1
mllo dash for 3-year olds, native bred,
foaln of 1887, $10 to bo paid on nomina
tion, nnd 15 on or befoio tho 30th of
Juuo, 1880, forfeit unlchs flllc by pay
ment of the lcmalnlug $25 on or heforo
Juuo 1, 1800,
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1801 Sweepstakes of $100 added. To
bo divided as the Club may direct. 1
mllo dif.li for a-j ear olds, native bred,
fouls of 1888, $10 to bo paid on nomina
tion, 10 on or befoio Juuo SO, 1880, nnd
$25 on or befoio June SO, 1800, forfeit
unless filled by payment of tho remain
ing 850 ou or bufoie June 1, 1801.
tS'Entili'S made after nbovo dates
inner nair nnnh n .- rf
""" r; U....W.M. ,j-i - -j-
O. O. BERGER,
Secietary, Hawaiian JooUey Club,
70 tf '?