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Authority of the Board of
Public School Examinations.
Tho regular anuuol exnminntious
the Government Day Schools in
Honolulu, will bo hold ns follows :
On Monday, July 23rd, at the Gov
ernment School IIoubo at Kawaiahao,
tho common schools of Manoa, Ka
moiliili, Waikikikai and Kawaiahao.
On Tuesday, July 21th, at Kiuuna
kapili Church, tho common schools
of Moanalua, Kalihiuku, l'auoa, Kau
mnknpili and Itonia (w).
On "Wednesday, July 25th, at tho
(Pohukaina Girls School.
', On Thursday, July 2Gth, at tho
Port Street School.
On Friday, July 27th, at tho Koyal
And at Ewa, Waianac and Koolnu
poko, on this Island, as follows :
At. Pnkni AVninnno. nn Tlinreiljiv.
;&, July 2Gth.
f At Waiawa, Ewa, on Friday, July
At Kaneoho, Koolaupoko, on
Thursday, July 2Gth.
At Waiahole, Koolaupoko, on Fri
day, July 27th.
At Kailua, Koolaupoko, on "Wed
nesday, July 25th.
At Hakipuu, Koolaupoko, on
Thursday, July 2Gth.
The examinations will begin at 9
o'clock a. si., on each of tho days
Tho summer vacation of all Gov
ernment Schools will extend from
Friday, July 27th, to Monday, the
17th of 'September next, at which
timo a new term will begin.
- "W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, Juno 28, 1888.
The following poisons have boon
duly appointed us Assessors of T.rves
in the Kingdom for tho year 1888 :
Honolulu C. A. Biown
Ewa and "Waianac.. . .S. J. Maikai
Wuinlua S. Hookano
Koolauloa J. P. Kauwalu
Koolaupoko Win. Henry
jNlolokai and Lanui,
.W. F. Mossmnn
. . .L. A. Andiews
. . .J. K. Hanun.i
Hilo A. B. Loebcnstein
North Hilo Frank Pallia
Hnmakua a . . . . .Knaokuaiwi
-North Kohala W. 3. Wright
South Kohala J. Kaai
" North Kona J. H. Waipuilani
South Kona Mobile
,Kau Ed. Smith
Tuna O. T. Shipman
Lihue S. Kaiu
Kawaihau C. H. Willis
Koloa A. K. Mika
''Waimea L. H. Stolz
' Hanalei Jas. Hatfield
Niihau M. AV. Keale
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Dept., Juno 25, 1888.
In accordance with Section I, of
Chapter XXVI, of tho Laws of 188G :
All persons holding water privi
leges, or those paying water rates,
aro hereby notified that the water
rates for tho term, ending December
31, 1888, will bo duo and payablo at
the offico of tho Honolulu Water
Works on tho 1st of July, 1888.
All such ratos remaining unpaid
for fifteen days, aftor thoy aro duo,
will bo subject to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will please
present their last receipt.
Rates aro payablo at tho office of
tho Water Works, in tho Kapuaiwa
rThe statuto allowing no discretion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
CHAS. B. WILSON,
8upt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I., Juno 15, 1888.
NBAT Cottage of four
rooms, bath room in the
I house, and out-liouses, near
the Mormon Church, now occupied by
Mr. Vogel Apply to Mr. Vogel, at
Jloffschlaeger & Co. s. 17 Iw
Notice to School
School Agents are horoby re
minded that it is required by tho
Board of Education," that thoy shall
cause public examinations of all
Government Schools in their dis
tricts, to b6 held during tho last
Tvoek of the Becond school session of
each yeai. Tho second school seo
sion this year, will end on Fiidny,
"W. .IAS. SMITH,
Education Olllcc, .lime 28, 1888.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchanga on tho
Banlc oi OuUlornin, H. 3T.
And their agents in
NEWYOHK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. W. Rothschild & Bon, London
Tbo Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial ilauk Co., of Kydncy,
The Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, nntl Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. O., and l'ortland, Or.
Tftnsact u General Banking Bu&incss.
aaHamxmaammwv uuiww wa aw n
Pledtred to neither Sect nor Parly,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1888.
OLD STORY FOUND !N
Editou Bulletin: The 30th of
June is here ! One year has passed
since tho inauguration of the Re
form paity, and we are bound to
notice the good or evil, advance or
retrogression, contentment or dis
satisfaction of this, our movement
for the best; yet, with its folly and
wisdom, its idiocy and erudition, its
selfishness or patriotism that might
have been pained or established at
this dale we have nothing to do in'
the present issue.
The question of to-daj', at the
present hour, isj whether the China
man or the native, with the help of
the white man, will rule this coun
try. Tilts is not a question of qual
ity, morality, fitness or superioritj',
but a'plain and simple question of
This word self-preservation af
fects all of us. It means the plant
er, the banker, the merchant, the
lawyer, the medical man, the clerk,
the mechanic and the laborer alike.
It means llio existence of all these
classes. It means the contiol of
these Islands by the Chitstian cle
ment or by Chinese.
If some of my friends ate loath
to accept my general theoiy, I
would beg them to look about' them,
and see it they cannot tiaco a steady
and sure advance in the power, in
fluence, coutiol and general pi edoin
inance of the Chinese element since
ten y ears ago.
Mind you,T am not atguing that
this advance and encroachment of
the Chinese coohc has been, or is,
brought about 03- himself, but 1113
only object is to draw attention to
the fact that it is, and being such,
is it not time for us to up and act?
Though our unthinking and hast3'
greed for cheap labor has brought
these people here, though our hu
mane feelings prompt us to deal
kindly with them, though their cun
ning ' c;ot the better ot our upright
and trusting natures, I say, we have
had enough of them, and their pre
sence makes us ill.
Let it further be understood, that
with a forbearance, which 111 mod
ern histoid' has not its equal, we
have agreed mutually to onlj' appl3'
our Legislature to strictly constitu
tional law concerning those Chinese
now present, and enact only laws
which will further tho planter's in
terests and tho mechanic's welfare
The falajcious idea that legislation
contemplates to restrict Chinese im
migration to the detriment of the
planter, is absuul. The onhy inte
rest being to control and regulate
it. And concerning those that are
hero now, nothing more is demand
ed of them than to conform to the
laws of the country. Tho impres
sion is abroad, and I think rightly,
that a goodly number of Chinese
are unomplo3'ed, and being so, tho
aim is simply to enforce or create a
law which will compel eveiy ono of
them to earn a livelihood.
Much talk has been raised lately
about class legislation and the con
stitutionality of laws contemplating
restriction of Chinese immigration.
I take this to be a subterfuge or ex
cuse to get out of it. Being influ
enced by mercenary feelings, these
men with Christ in their hearts and
Chinese dollars in their pockets, aro
trying to dodge the question by
raising idiotic arguments. For the
man who refuses assistance to his
fellow man when tho latter is crowd
ed to tho wall, I have only ono wish.
It is not to condemn him to hell, be
cause theio is none ; it is not to wish
him the nemo of delight by witnes
sing the writhings of those cast into
everlasting flames while in heaven,
because this is absurd; but 1 wish
from tbo innermost ofmy heart that
they each may bo "taken in their
tprn and erected on a single site,
and that there may be worn out
lipoU their; backs as ninny young
trees ns the number of square
inches in their intellectual scopo
falls short of tho number of leagues in
their impciial domain of selfish con
ceit. Further I will ask of tho learned
of this kingdom, not arrogantly, but
meekly ' and for the sake of infor
mation, this question, "Is not tho
keystono of tho arch of our now
Constitution branded by tho inte
resting legend, 'class legislation?' "
Were not Chinamen who, years
before us, came to this country, ob
tained through industry and rog
uery social standing, and who had
ns much if not more right to have n
Bay in the new Constitution, en
tirely ignored r lor that matter,
was not every man except the num
ber of 13 ignored? Was this wholo
affair anything but class legislation?
Is it not n beautiful, although stu
pid illustration of might makes right?
Why do you hesitate then? "Why
not make amends to the poor class
which arc the actual sufferers from
your 6clfish deceit by helping them
to at least hold their own against
In concluding this shoit article
on such a vital question, allow mo
to say, let ho among you who Joves
the coolie the most, he who will sa
crifice his fellow-men for iho get of
the mighty Confucius, he in fact,
who among you is without fault, let
him cast the first stone.
Let tho stono be lnrgc and the aim
well taken, at John F. Smith.
DEATH QF MRS. ALEXANDER.
The maiP from Maui brings tho
unexpected tidings of the death of
Mrs. W. P. Alexander. Born near
Wilmington, Delaware, June 5,
1810, her maiden namo was Mary
Ann Mclunne3 Making a profes
sion of religion in May, 1821, a
resident of Ilarrisburg, Pannsj'lva
nia, at the timo of her inariiagc,
Oct. 25, 1831, to Rev. W. P. Alex
ander, she cnme with her husband
as a missionar3' of the A. B. 0. F.
M. to the Hawaiian Is'ands, with the
company that sailed fiotu New Bed
ford in the Avciick, Nov. 2G, 1831.
Thej' gerc designated to a new mis
sion at the Marquesas Islands in
1833, but finding the undertaking
impiacticable in the circumstance,
of that time, returned tho next year
to Honolulu. They weie stationed
at Waioli, Kauai, until 1813. Ap
pointed then to the Lahainaluna
Seminary, that was their home until
1857. Then, to recruit their health,
thc3' made a visit to the United
States, and returning in 18G1, made
their home in Wailuku, Maui, where
in addition to his pastoral labors,
Father Alexander had until 1870
charge of tho training of candidates
for the ministry. Alter his death,
111 uaiuami, Aug. 11, mm, ivirs.
Alexander made her home with her
daughter Mrs. II. P. Baldwin, at
Haiku and 1'afa, -hcro she died
3'esterdn3' morning, June 2!)th.
Taken with a sudden attack of
cholera moibus at 9 p. 111. on Thurs
day, about 7 a. m. 3'caterdaj', she
breathed her last as peaceful' as a
child going to sleep in the molher'b
arms. 'No one who has over enjo3'ed
her hospitality can forget her blight
and cheei3r ways, nor fail to have
been impressed with her deep per
sonal interest in the welfaie of the
Hawaiian people. Few missionaries
have seemed such a general and
lasting affection from the Hawaiians
as Father Alexander and his good
wife. She was one of the pattern
of Solomon's virtuous woman, look
ing well to the wa3's of her house
hold. Not onby do the children
whom she has trained for God's ser
vice, and who arc now occupying
positions of social importance and
influenco here and in the states re
vere her as their loving mother, but
the whole community can speak of
her onby as one of blessed memory,
whose works do follow her, ever
lasting remembrance of a life well
The principal business transacted
b3r the Legislature to-day, was the
consideration of the bill to provide
for the payment of the expenses of
the government until a'fter the pass
age of the Appropriation Bill. The
bill came up for third reading. Six
amendments were offered and dis
cussed. The bill witli the amend
m.ents were referred to the Judi
ciary Committee, The sub-marino
Cable Bill passed its third reading,
and two bills introduced 03' the
Minister of the Interior wero read,
a first time, and referred to tho
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Instead of tho usual musical pro
gramme this evening the en
tire hour will bo devoted to a tem
perance lecture by Mr. A. J. Cud
noy of Neb. Mr. Cudnoy repre
sents tho American Health and
Temperance Association and will
treat his subject fiom a scientific
standpoint. Experiments, illustra
tions and charts will bo used to
show tho physical effects 'of alco
holic drinks and stimulants upon the
Tho lecture will begin at 7:30
this evening in Y. M. C. A.
hall. (Seats free and everybody in
THE monthly social of tho Honolulu
Social Club will tnko place nt
their hall next MONDAY EVENING,
July 2nd. Al members are respect
fully Invited. ' COMMITTEE
Rhijx tip tliu .:? Jt CiSrntlcmen of Honolulu!
Sting np l!n EJojk & Girls!!
Ilinr up the IJbU!J!
Kiiiff uj Everybody nil ovev JSFtnvuii Hoi!!!!
HELLO, HELLO, HELLO,
Tell 'Em All, that
HAVE OPENED THEIR
On Hotel fdtrooL, Wow Ut'owor IIloolc,
Whcio thoy will manufacture and sell the FINEST and CHOICE
Fresh Candies mad every day.
An Elegant Assoitment of FANCY OANDY & BON-BON,
BOXES & NOVELTIES always on hand,
Ice Cream Soda &' Iced Drinks
Of all kinds served fiom tbo most unique soda fountain in the city.
gjFCnndwa carefully packed for shipment to tho other Islands. JffiB
Ring! Ringlt Keep on
Honolulu Business Directory.
THERE nro a few very eligible spaces,
lor ndvcrlisuncniB in the forlh
coining Honolulu liuslnebi Duectniy,
still unscciiied; but they aro filling up
fast. Apply to
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
82 3t Agents.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
uudursignid have formed a spe
oial pailncrslilp under tho llim name of
"John F. Col burn & Co ," in tbo busi
ness of buying and sulllng Hay and
Qiniii mill Gencinl Moiuhnndlsc. at the
nuitding formerly ocaipUd by ihe
Pacific Navigation Compuny, on Qjipm
8trect near Nuuanu street, in Honolulu,
Oahu. That Ihe names of the pirtners
are: John F. Colburn and 8. ltoth, both
residing in said Honolulu, and that the
said John F. Colburn is general partner
and tho pntd Sunuicl Hoth, special
partner. Said partuerehip to commence
from July 1, l-8.
JUIUN 1'. VUlJlJUXUTI,
Dated Honolulu, Juno SO, 1888.
Fourtli of July, 1888.
ALL Americans wishing to subscrlbo
to the fund for ci loliratlng the
coming 4ih of Jul v, will find suluoilp.
lion liKtH at Iho Pacific Ilaulwaio Co,
and Kgan & Co.' bioics on Foil itreet,
nud at Hie Ilnwtlinu Holol. TIip mem
hers of the Financo Committee, Mcmm.
JAS. G. bPLNCKU,
CHB. 11. KlDItl 1)015,
JnHN W W1KTE11,
J. J EGAN,
Will also icceivc suln-cilpliouB.
Honolulu, June 25, 1888, 78 Id
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN MoLEAN has removed his
UlnoUtmiihing EM'iblibhiucnt to
Fort street, opposite Hopper's Mill,
where ho will bo glad to beo JiIh old
friends and new ones. 74 lm
rpHE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
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Ringing and call at
Notice of Removal.
THE office of the Intcr.Mand Stonm
NuYlgHtion Company has been re
moved to thts premises formerly occu.
pied by Pierce & Co., on Queen street.
THE undersigned having been on, the
2Hth Inst., appointed by the Honor
able Edwnrd Prcbton, Juttlco of the
Uupremc Court, ARignees of tho'Estatc
of tho Pacific Navigation Company,
bankrupt, hereby request .all j creons
owing said estate, to make Immediate
W. F. ALLRN,
JA6. I. LMJWSKTT,
Asslpneef of Estate of Pacific Naviga
Honolulu, June 20, 1688. 481m
MUBfO fiirnlBhed for balls, parties
and seronndes by Palmer's S ring
Hand. Orders left at O. E. Williams',
or ring up Mutual Telephone 83(1. 74 tf
vrtr A T'HECoitaijo now occupied
ES&iSfl - x,y A' Q' Ounha, N 12
r-'t bcnooi strict, containing 4
bet! lea dinlncr-ronm, kltdien
and an try
Apply at Ihe place. 81 tf
HMEOECO & GO.,
King Ht., near the Bridge.
General Fancy Goods !
Employ ment wanted for
5 Japanese Gardeners & Yardmen.
Z " Cooks, lirsl'Class,
2 " Nurso Girls & Housemaid.
1 Japanoso Man and Wife Man as cook;
Woman, waiter and housework.
I Japanoso willing to do any work,
S sess IPinrrknarmnra n s: 10 l
Auction Sales by Lewis I Uny,
By order of (Jatlo & Cooko I will sell
at Public Auction, without n.
serve for rash
On MONDAY, July 2nd, '88,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
Atiny Salesrooms emior of Fort and
Queen street?, a splendid lot of
I Unman flmiillnQ I
Triangles, Rosettes, Verticals, Floral
Shells, Fountains, Mines,
Bengal Lights, .Assorted Fires,
Torches, Dalterrics, Goeors,
American Flags, &c,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
79 41 Auo ionocr.
Curious Iron Sayings Banks I
Fancy, Velvot'iSs Wood.
French, Spanish & Valenciennes Laces
Will ho sold cheap
At M. A. GONSALYES & CO.'S,
811 55 & S7 King St. tw
At GONSALYES k CO.'S,
SHIPPERS of Freight by
ihe bteumer " W. G.
Hall " nro hereby notified,
tint 1111 1 1 eight will be ren ived after 8
o'clock A si , on the day of sailinu
Per order, J. ENA,
Honolulu, Juno 8, 1838 01 1m
HEROPHOI NOTES !
H. HAGKFELD & CO.
AS USED IN -GERMANY.
-FOR SALE BY-
H. HAGKFELD & CO.
Park Beach Hotel,
Opposite Kaplolanl Park, Walklki.
. Tho Finest, ,
Bathing Place on the Island 1
Elegant Hooms, Gas & Water in each.
Extensivo Grounds, Well Shaded !
The Table Is supplird with the
best the market afford.
Me Ailei ittukii !
Full information given to tourists ns
to tho best routes of travel, for scenery
and curiosiiit's; also curront r-ttcs for
horse lilro anil guides on tho oilier
Islands. Bus-ts and Carriages will bo
furniubid at i-peclal rales for excursions.
Iim-tos nnd B iggn-jo Wagons will meet
every 6tcamcr. Special rutes for perma.
ment boarders. A Wagonette wjll'lbe
provided for tho Ube of guests at special
7' Jroiriotor. - ,8m
THE ONLY PAPER rmd by all,
JL cIhsbcs The Daliy Bulletin." 50
cents per month,
7lORPAtiE nt the Reformatory
. School, by tho halo or ton.
05 tf ' W. Q, NBBUHAM.
-HE DAILY BULLETINlpallvo
.,y evening paper. 50 cents permo; h.
HWAUAH JOCKEY CLUB.
NOTiCE Is licioby given Hint Iho flimi.
cntrlus for tho Unwnllnn Derby,
3f inllo dnsh tor 2-ycnr ol(U, imtlvo
bicil, to bo 11m iimler tho nuslitcuB of
tho Ilnwnllart ,TnoUy riub on thollth
of .Mine, 1880, will bo olosod on tho 30th
of June, 188S.
Also, Hint nointnntlqus for tho follow
ing races must bo htiiutaft to ttlo Seoie
fciry, ncconipaoled with ,6iUmuee fee,
on or beforo the 80lh of Juno, 1888.
"Ilawnilnti Deiby," 1800 fonls of
1888 SweciistnKcs of 350 nddud. To
be divided ns tho Olnb tniiy direct.
mile dnsh for 2-ycar olds,"nntlvo bred,
$10 to bo paid on nomination, mid 310
011 or beforo tho 30th of Juno, 1889, for
feit unless tided by payment of the ie-,
urttnlng 825 on or bcfoic June 1, 1S0O.
"llnwnilnn Jockey Chib Cup," forv
1889 Sweepstakes of 25 lidded. 1 mllo
dnsh for 3-ycnr olds, native bred, 10
to bo paid on nomination, foiMt unless '
filled by pnyincnt of remaining SIC 011
or bcfoic June 1, 1880.
"Hawaiian Jockey Olnb Cup," for
1890 SwccystakcS of $50 added. To
be divided ns tho Club may dlicct. 1
mllo dash for 3-ycnr olds, nntlvo bred,
foals of 187, 810 to bo paid on nomina
tion, and 81C on or beforo tho 30th of
June, 1880, forfeit unless filled by pay
ment (if the remaining Q25 on or beforo
tiuno 1, ivvv.
"llMWiillnn Jockey Olnb Cup," for
1801 Sweepstakes of S100 added. To
be divided as tho Club .may direct. 1
mllo dish for 3-car olds, native bred.
fonls of 1888, 610 to bo paid on nomliin- " J
tlon, 15 on or bcfoio Juno 30, 1880, and "
925 on or beforo Juno 80, 1M)0, forfeItj'
unless filled by payment of thoiemnln- Si
lng 350 on or befoic June 1, 1S91.
3S"12ntrles made after tibovo dates --'
must pay double. '-i
C. O. BEKGER,
Secrctarj, Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Steamship Cqmp'y .
FOK SAN lItANCISCO, ,1
The Al Steamship
"Will have Honolulu for tho above
Tuesday, July 3rd,
For Freight or Pasjiigj, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents. '
The undersigned calls tho attention of
the public to v
New Lines of Goods
Jii!.t rcceivul ex late arrivals,
Hawaiian, American & English. Flags,
JtnH Ilnll Goods, Xovols,
Bound Story Books
A complete lino of
Plain and Fancy Stationery V
Together with ever thine to bo found in
a well-appointed kt.itlonery s,tore.
BSINSPECTION IS INVITED-ft
A. M. HEWETT,
05 Merch int btrcet. L3m y
IN LARGE VARIETY !
-FOR SALE BY-
CASTLE & COOKE.
tsyPrlccs lists furnished on applies,
tiou. 04 Ira
: -- '-V
Jpst received a lino of
OF THE f ,
UivicHt Novel tictstf
Tho above ai o of this year's mnnufarture
and 1 1 oin the leading factories
f f the East.
G. W. MACFARLANE.
. 05 1m
FOR SALE GHEAPII
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