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vBy Authority of the- Board of
Public School Examinations.
Tho regular annual examinations
of tlio Governlncnt Day Schools in
Honolulu, will be held as follows:
On Monday, July 21lrd, at tho Gov
ernment School House at Kawaiahao,
tho common schools of Manoa, Ka
moiliili, "Waikikikai and Kawaiahao.
On Tuesday, July 21th, at Kiimna
kapili Church, tho common schools
of Moanalua, Kalihiuku, Vauoa, Kau
makapili and Koinn (w).
On Wedncbday, July 25th, at the
Polmkaina Girls School.
On Thursday, July 20th, at the
pFort Street School.
t)n Friday, July 27th, afftho Hoyal
Anil at Ewu, Vfaianac and Koolau-
oko, on this Island, as follows :
'At l'okai, Waianac, on Thursday,
At Wniuwu, Ewa, on Fiiday, July
At Kaneohc, Koolaupoko, on
Thursday, July 2Gth.
At Waiahole, Ivoolaupoko;" on Fri
day, July 27th.
At Kailun, Koolaupoko, on Wed
nesday, July 25th.
At Hakipuu, Koolaupoko, on
Thursday, July 2Cth.
The examinations will begin at 9
o'clock A. m., on each of tho days
Tho summer acntion of nil Go
crnYnent Schools will extend from
Friday, July 27th, to Monday, the
17th of September next, at which
time a new term will begin.
W. JAS. SMITH,
-Education Ollice, Juno 28, 1S88.
The following poisons have been
duly appointed as Assessors of Taxes
in the Kingdom foi tho year 18S8 :
onolulu C. A. Brown
Ewa and Waianao S. J. Maikai
Waialua S. Hookano
Koolaulo.i J. P. ICauwalu
Koolaupoko Wm. Henry
Lab ai n a . T. E. Evans
Wailuku W. F. Mossman
Makawao L. A. Andrews
liana J. K. Hanuna
Molokai and Lanai M. Kane
Hilo A. 15. Loebenstein
North Ililo Frank Pahia
" Hamakua Kaaekuaiwi
North Kohala "V. J. Wright
, ' South Kohala. . .' J. Kaai
North Kona J. H. Waipuilani
South Kona Molalo
Kau Ed. Smith
Puna 0. T. Shipman
Lihuc S. Kaiu
Kawaihau 0. H. "Willis
Koloa A. K. Mika
, Wnimea L. H. Stolz
$5' Hannlei Jas. Hatfield
Niihau yM. W. Kealo
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Dept., June 25, 1888.
In accordance with Section I, of
Chapter XXVI, of tho Laws of 1880:
All persons holding water privi
leges, or those paying water rates,
are hcroby notified that tho water
rates for the term, ending Dccombcr
31, 1888, will bo duo and payablo at
tho office of tho Honolulu "Water
Works on the 1st of July, 1888.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days, after they aio duo,
will bo Biibjcet to nn additional 10
Parties paying rates will please
presont their last recoipt.
Rates aro payablo at tho oflico of
tho Water Works, in tho Kapuaiwa
Tho statute allowing no discretion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
bo made, ,
OHAS. B. WILSON,
Stupt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, II. I., Juno 1C, 1888.
A NEAT Cottage of four
rooms, hath room in tlio
I house, and out-houses, near
tho.Mormon Church, now occupied by
Mr. Vogcl Apply to Mr. Vogcl, at
TrnfTcnlilnnrrnr A: f!n.'a.
Notice to School Agents.
School Agents are hcioby ic
minded that it is icquircd by the
lloaid of Education, that they shall
came public examinations of all
Government Schools in their dis
tricts, to bo hold dming tho last
week of tho second school session of
each year. Tlio f-oeond school ses
sion this yeat, will end on Fiiday,
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Olllco, Juno 2S, 1888.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Hlamls
Draw Etclungo on thu
LSuulc ol CulllVrMitt, Sri. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG K0N0.
Messrs. N. Jl. Hothscklld & Bon, Loudon
The Coininercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tlio Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christcliurcli, and Wellington,
Tho Itank of British Columbia, Vic
toiia, II. C, and Portland, Ui.
TftnBROt a General lianklng Business.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of nil.
FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1888.
WHAT1S AHEAD OF US?
Editou Buli.ltin: The 30th of
June is at tlio door a day made
memorable by the occurienccs of
last year. How time moves on ! It
is curious also that the appioaching
OOtli of June, and the days follow
ing close upon it seem destined to
mark quite as memorable a struggle
as that of last year though atti act
ing less attention. Tlio constitu
tional amendment i elating to Chi
nese now before a Committee
of the House, maiks the point
where for the first tune people of
Anglo-baxon sentiment in this king
dom have halted and resisted the
cm rent which for 20 ears has quiet
ly but with increasing swiftness car
ried evcij'thing before it down a
stream that is taking on a more
Asiatic hue cacli day's journey that
From all that can be learned that
attitude of a majority of the Nobles
tow ards Uie Chinese Question is sim
The object of the amendment as
understood by outsiders is not to
shut off Chinese from the planta
tions, but to prevent them from get
ting off of the plantations into the
trades and minor industries of the
country and to pievent any incicase
of those now engaged in such occu
pations. What objection the plant
er nobles and those under their con
trol have to Ibis is hard to see, un
less indeed it means that the trades
and minor industries are necessary
as bait to prevent the ill will of the
Chinese leadcis and a combination
on their part to squeeze the planta
tions. I have read of bccnes in Russian
forests on winter nights, where
travclleis pursued by an ever-in-cieasing
flock of wolves have, flora
time to time, been compelled to
throw out from their flying sleighs,
every loose article there was as a
bait to momentarily stay the raving
hungry paclc in orelor to leach the
haven of refuge ; that if need be a
favorito but cxtia horse is killed
and cut fiom the traces, a sacrifice
to that which can not be satiated
or placated. Is the planterdrh
ing such a lace? And under "the
piessuie of the stiugglcto sccuic
wealth and ease, is he sacrificing
Anglo-Saxon civilization and his
own flesh and blood, and the com
fort of those who have not over
much of it at best in order to make
sure that his race to the goal of
wealth 'is not checked or stayed?
That he will not accept any change,
because ho does not know but that
it may inconvenience him? Well it
is haid to believe. But the silent
determination of a majority of that
House to kill the Chinese Question
this Session is hard to explain other
wise. If this is what it all means,
then coitainly it carries with it an
ominous and portentous sound at
the first note of winch all men
throughout the kingdom that cam
their daily bicad by labor, may well
drop their woik and to a man raise
themselves up into tlio attitude of
!sToblo Yonngsaid in debate, "We
want the Chinese, we must lmvo
litem and wc will have them." And
he might have well added, for that
was tho only point in dispute, "Wo
will lmvo them in our own way, re
gardless of consequences." That
the plantations should lmvo cheap
labor is not denied ; that it can be
bettor secured to them by this
amendment wc firmly believe, but
to the language and sentiment ex
pressed by Mr, Young, wo certainly
have mistaken the calibre of the la
boring men of this country if their
answer docs not come back film and
solid: "Wo must not and will not
allow ourselves, our children, our
heritage or civilization to be sacri
ficed to tho Chinese, and what wo
nay we arc willing to carry out."
EntTon Hui.i.UTiN 5- nftcr rending
tho "Advertiser" gush over a Chi
nese lawyer, and being fully aw nro
that many of our' very expensive
Government odlcinls prefer to em
ploy Chinese botches, rather than
give n poor white mechanic a job,
the writer would now suggest Hint
tho constitution bo amended enabl
ing the Chinese to vote. Then lot
the common pcpple have Chinese
appointed to Government positions,
such ns Judges, Cabinet Minislcis,
clciks, etc. Cheap and nasty is the
motto of our big guns. Let us by
nil means savo money by seeming
the services of Chinese to fill lending
ofllccs heap cheap.
ONI". WHO OAIUHED A GUN 1 OlllU'.roilM.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
AN AMATKl'U l'Klll OllMANCX.
Always keeping in mind the fact
that tlio Honolulu Amateur Dram
atic Company is what its name im
plies, an amateur company a com
pany w liicli docs not pose before the
public professionally or ior tho pur
pose of pecuniaiy gain, but partly
pcilnps as n dhcrsion for its own
members, and principally for the
amusement of the public always
remembering this fact, the com
pany's representation on the stage
of the Opera House, last night, of
W. S. Gilbert's tlnec-act' comedy,
"Engaged,'' can be refened to only
in terms of eulogy. Indeed, this
fact might bo ignored, and still but
little adverse cuticisni could be hon
estly advauced icspccting the repre
scntatioir of the various characteis
of the play as presented.
The picdiction that the second
appearance of the company in "En
gaged" would be an improvement
ou the first, was fulfilled, and mote
than fulfilled by the event ; for theie
was not only a perceptible inipiovc-
. ment, but a great and unmistakable
improvement, which anyone who
was present on both occasions must
admit. The empi estcment to spirit
ualize each part, so to speak, found
a -vitality in the various plajers to
an extent not approached on tho
Such is the play that its success de
pends mainly-on looks of a peculiar
character and words appropriately
ex-pressed. Tlio playeis aie called
upon to lcpiescnt the conduct of la
dies and gentlemen in situations
which, fortunately for mankind, arc
not included in the programme of
oulinary human liabilities; and it is
giatifing to testify that the cffoits
of our amateurs were wondoiful,
and their success marvellous.
The gentlemen and the parts they
played wcic: Mr. J. F. Brown,
"Cheviot Hill;" Mr. F. P. Hast
ings, "Bahawney;" Mr. E. F.
Bishop, "fjympcison;" Mr. W. M.
MaoFarland. "Angus MacAllisler ;"
Mr. W. Unger, "Major Macgilh
cuddy." Mr. Biown's was the central cha
racter of the play, and he looked,
acted, and talked the "much-engaged"
young gentleman excellent
ly. Mr. Bishop lcpresentcd the
"mcrceuy and moialuing" Old man
so well, and his guise was so com
plete, that a gentleman in the aud
ience who knows him well, was
heard to say, "That cannot be Mr.
Bishop, for Mr. Bishop is a young
man, and cannot possibly look or
move like that." Mr. Hastings
never forgot that he was the adven
turous "Balvawney," and repre
sented the character with credit to
himself. The rustic Scotcli lad
could scarcely have found a better
representative than Mr. MacFar
land. Mr. Unger had little to do,
but did that little well.
The ladies of the company were:
Miss B. Parke, who played "Be
linda Trchcrnc;" Miss R. Makce
represented "Minnie Sympcrson ;"
Miss June Hare, "Maggie Macfar-
Macfarlanc;" and Miss M,
Miss Parke's distinct articulation
and easy acting weie very agree
able. Miss Makce "looked" as
well as played the pai t assigned to
her like 11 piofessional. The sim
ple, unsophisticated, vivacious
Scotch lassie was exquisitely acted
thioughout by Miss Ilaie" The
character and tho pet son found
their exact counterparts. Miss
Walker and Miss Blown were as
signed minor paits of the plaj', but
those minor parts were cicditably
Tho applause f 10111 the audience,
which was not stinted, but well
timed, bespoko appioval and appre
ciation. Whenever a palpable point
was made, and theio were ninny,
the audiblo expressions of recogni
tion came in pat,
The audience was of fair size, but
not large. The people picsent had
the satisfaction of such an evening's
pleasure as they seldom havo the
opportunity of enjoying, and those
who were absent missed a laro treat.
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles,
Honolulu, Juno 28, 1F88.
jBATTAIilON ORDER, No. 2, N. S.
rpHE several members of this
JL command nro hereby or.
ile ted to leport nt tlieAimoiy
on FRIDAY EVENING, the
20th inst., at 7:130 o'clock bltmp,
in Fatigue Uniform for RiUta
, lion Drill.
11. jr. uijiniinu,
Captain and Adjutant. 80 2t
rPHE DAILY BULLETIN ianllvo
JL evening paper. 00 cents per woa L,
A WAY OF PUT1IHG IT.
PRELIMINARY, niinngciitciits luc
been for foniclhne In pioicss, by
n pirly ot Honolulu residents, to publish
a Honolulu Business Directory at onte, and
to continue a renewal of the publication
every Mibsequent 3 car. 'Iho work of
setting iho names and addrcses will
be immediately undertaken; and i'b
those to be employed 1110 familiar.with
the eitv and the" woik to be done, a
complete address book and directory
guide ot Honolulu may be confidently
cxpeolL'il. The Honolulu Business Direc
tory will bo printed and puhlibhcd in
IlonolulUj.at a price as modeiate ns will
be corsistcnt with tlio eipenso of pro.
duciiiK the work. Advertisements on
tho fly cats and coveisarcicspeclfully
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Honolulu, Juno 20, 183. 7U tf
Opposite Kapiolani Park, Waikiki.
' Tho Finest, ,
Bathing Place on the Island !
Elegant Rooms, Gas te Watci in each.
Extensive Grounds, Well Shaded !
1 lie Table is supplied with the
best the market nfibrd.
Bowline AM attuM !
Full information gi en to tourists as
to tho best routes of tiavel, for scenery
and cuiiosilics; also cuirent uites for
horse hiio and guides ou the other
Islnmls. IJus'-Cb and Carriages will bo
furnished at special iatcsforuciirbions.
Bucscs and Baggage Wagons will meet
every steamer. Special lutes for perma.
ment boarders. A Wagonette will be
provided for tho use of guests at special
CJ. I. ABNOLiD,
70 .Proprietor. 3m
Fourth of July, 1888,
ALL Americans wishing to subsciibo
to the fund for celebrating tho
coming 4th of July, will find subsciip.
lion lists at tho Pucifle Hat d ware Co.
and ISgnn & Co.V stores on Foi t street,
and at the Hawaliau Hotel. Tlio mem
bets of the Finance Committee, Mcssie.
JAB. G. BPKNCLIt,
OHAS. II. KLDRIDGE,
JOHN W. WINTER,
J. J. EGAN,
Will ulso receive subscriptions.
Honolulu, June as, 1688. 78 td
A DIVIDEND of Threo Dollars pet
sharo will bo paid to the stock
holders of the Intcr.Island Btoam Navi
gation -Oo., nt tlioir office, on Queen
street, on FRIDAY, Juno 29, 18E8.
Secretary, 1. 1. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, Juno 26, 1888. 80 2t
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN MoLEAN has removed his
Blackernithing Establishment to
Fort street, opposite Hoppei's 'Mill,
whcie ho will bo glad to see his old
friends and new ones. 78 lm
KInir tit,, near (lie Ililtlgu.
General Fancy Goods !
Employment wonted for
5 Japancso Gardeners & Yardmen.
2 " Cooks, first-class. ,
2 Nurso Girls & Housemaid.
Parle Beach Hole!,
IN LARGE VARIETY !
-FOR SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
CSTrices lists furnished on applica
tion. 04 lm
The undersigned calls the attention of
the public to
New Lines of G-oods
Just received ex late arrivals,
Hawaiian, American & English Flags,
ISiiho Kail tiooilh, XoicIb,
Bound Story Books
Pirase Boot k Dictionary.
X complete line of
Plain and Fancy Stationery 1
Together with cverythine to be found in
a well-appointed stationery store.
ESINSPECTI0N is INVITED-a
A QUARTERLY dividend of Tlneo
Dnllais per fhaio will ho paid to
the stockholders of Wilder's Steamship
Co , at their office, SATURDAT, June
UO, 1888. S. B. EOSK,
Secictary. "W. B. S. Co.
Honolulu, June 23, 1888. 80 2t
FOR SALE CHEAP !
H. DAVIES & CO.'S.
Just received a lino of
Eastern Fireworks !
Tho abovo aio of this year's manufacture
and from tlid leading factories
rf thu East.
. W, MACFARLANE,
MUBIO furnished for halls, patties
and serenades by Palmer's String
Band. Orders left at O. E. Williams,
or ring up Mutual Telephone 830. 74 tf
Auction Sales by Lewis I Levey.
Uy order of Cao & Cooke I will sell
at Public Auction, without r .
fcrvo foi rash
On MONDAY, July 2nd, '88,
AT II O'CIjOCK A. 31..
At my Salesrooms corner of Fort mid
Queen streets', a tploiuliil lot of
8l flnmmi flmifllnQ !
Triangles, Itosottcs, Verticals, Floral
Shells, Fountains, Mines,
Bengal Lights, Assorted Fires,
Torches, Battcrrlus, Geyicrs,
American Flags, &c.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
70 It Auc Innccr.
Hy ropiest or many families
Has kindly offered to give a
A GRAND MAT! NEE
Sattirday Afternoon, Juno 30th.
AV,ill he given to Children.
open at 2, pcrfoimnnco
menccs ot 2:1,0 o'clock.
Admission-Children, 25c; Adults, 50c.
flgyHf served seats can bo had at J. E
Brown & Co. 81 It
Curious Iron Savings Banks I
Fancy, Velvet & "Wood.
French, Spanish & Valenciennes Laces
Will he sold cheap
At M. A. GOMLVES & CO.'S
811 55 & 57 King St.
IN SMALL PACKAGES
At GOMYES k CO.'S,
81 lnccn Street. lw
the Creditors of the Estate of
Chun Hoy, a bankrunt, tako
That the undersigned, Assignee of the
Estate of Chun Hoy, a bankrupt, have
pieparatory to his Until account and
dividend, submitted his accounts as
such Assignee and filed the tamo ho
fore Hon. It. F.Bickerton, 'Justice of tho
Supremo Court, at his Chambers, to
whom he will apply at 10 o'clock a. m.,
on TUESDAY, July 3rd, 1883, for settle,
ment of paid accounts and for a dis
charge from all liability as such As
signee, and for an order to make a
And that any person interested may
then and there appear and content tho
same. W. U. PAKKE,
Assignee of the Bankrupt Estate of
Chun Hoy. i
nonolulu, June 25, 11:88. 77 3t
C 11IPPERS of Frelcht by
.fe" Li llui tlmnrwr l W fi
Ss Hall " nro hereby notified,
tint no fi eight will be received after 8
o'clock A. it , on tho day of sailinc,
Per order, J. ENA,
Honolulu, Juno 8, 1888. H lm
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Filterpress Gloth !
AS USED IN GERMANY.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & GO.
Auction Sales by James F. Horgaf '
On SATURDAY, June 8(1, 88,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. St..
1 will tell at Put lie Auction at my
Sale-room, Queen st cM, an
Dry GooilB, Clotlii Etc.
Also a lm ce ntsortmcnl of
bka Corn, Potatoe", Kb c, etc., oto
OoIllRlV lllltl CllHOH lIlllIlMlt.
Household Furniture I
B. I. Marble-top Bedroom Set,
Secretary Cano Kiat Oliairp,
Single and Double Beds, Etc.
AT VI O'CLOCK XOOX,
To clone coh-ignment
70 bales Fresh California Hay
sacks of Bran.
JAS. F. MOIIGAN,
BY order of Allen & Robinson, the
Mottuagee's named In a certain
Moitvagi' Deed math' by Knltina (w.)
and A. K. Palckalubi, her husband,
and dated tho 3rd day of Mnrrh, A. D.
188 1, of record in the Hawaiian Iti'jtiti.
tr ot Deeds, in Book 81, pacts 4ii nd
4V1, and in pursunnou of ncor am iinwrr
of sale contoinrd in Slid mortsnmr, ho
undeislpned will nll at Public Auciii n,
at his Salesroom, Qu-ui hi, lliu.ijnlu,
On Saturday, June 30, '88,
AT la O'CIiOCft xoox,
The following proj crty, to wit:
The picmlcts to hu sold arc situate in
Wnimeu, Ibiitnd of Kauai, H. I., and aro
moic fully described us follows:
1 All the land describcJ in Land
Commission Award 7,072 and Hoyal
2 All the land described in Apana'l
of Land Commission Awaid 3,353, Hoyal
3 Also all the land described in Land
Commission Award 2.0S2, Royal Patent
4 Abo all tho'land described in Lnnd
Commission Aw aid 0.CG5, Royal Pafnt
And also tv, o pieces of land on School
stiect, Honolulu, Island of Oahu.-con.
ttiining acics and 1 fiO 100 acres res
pcclively. jggrFurlher paitieulara ou application
to A. Rosa, Attorney at Law.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
81 Jt Auctioneer.
THE undersigned having been on tho
2tlth lust., appointed by the Honor
able Edward Preston, Justice of tho
Supreme Couit, Assignees of the Estato
of tlio Pacillc Navigation Company,
bankrupt, hereby request all crsons
owing s lid estate, to make immediate
, W. F. ALLEN,
JAS. I. DOWSKTT,
Assignees of Eiloto of Pacific Naviga
Honolulu, Juno 20, lc88 481m
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Btcnmship
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, July 3rd,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
NOTICE is hei oby given that the final
entiles for the Hawaiian Derby,
yx milo dash for 2-year olds, native
hied, to bo inn under tho auspices of
tho Hawaiian Jockey Club on the 11th
of Juno, 1889, will he closed on tho 30th
of June, 1888.
Also, that nominations for tho follow
ing laces must uo handed to tho Secie
taiy, accompanied with entianee
on or ueioio the aotli of June, 1888.
"Hawaiian Dcihy,1' 1800 foals of
1888 Sweepstakes of 850 added. To
ho divided as the Olub may direct.
milo dash foi 2-year olds, native hied,
610 to ho paid on nomination, and 915
on or hefoio tlio 30th of June, 1889, for
feit unless tilled hy payment of tlio re
maining S25 on or hefoio Juno 1, 1800.
"Hawaiian Jockoy Club Cun," for
1889 Sweepstakes of 25 added? 1 milo
dash for 8-j ear olds, nntlvo bred, 810
to he paid on nomination, foifeit unless
tilled hy payment of lemalulng 815 ou
or hefoio June 1, 1880.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1890 Sweepstakes of $50 added. To
ho divided as the Olub may direct. 1
mile dash for 3-ycar olds, native bred,
foals of 1887, 810 tq be paid on nomina
tion, aud QIC oil or before the 30th of
June, 1880, forfeit unless tilled hy pay-,
ment of tho lcmalnlng 825 ou or hefoio
Juno 1, 1800.
"Hawaiian Jockoy Olub Cup," for
1891 Sw eopstakes of 8100 added. To
bo divided as the Olub may dhcer, 1
nillo dash for 3-j car olds, natlvo hih'd,
foals of 1888, 810 to bo paid on nomina
tion, 15 on or bcfoio Juno 30, 1889, and
825 ou or before Juno so, 1890, foifeit
unless tilled by payment of tho lemaln
lng 850 on or hefoio Juno 1, 1801.
IST'Entiles niado nftci above date
must pay double. v ,
C. O. BERGER,
Secictary, Hawaiian JoeLoy Club,
70 tf '
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