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By Authority of tlie Board of
Public School Examinations.
The regular minimi examinations
of the Government Day Schools in
Eg, iionotuiu, will be held ns follows :
On Monday, July 23rd, nt the Gov
ernment School IIouso nt Knwuiahao,
the coiunion schools of Jlnnoa, Kn
moiliili, Waikikikai and Knwuinhno.
On Tuesday, July iJth, at Kiiurna
kapili Church, the common schools
of Moannlun, Kiilihiuktt,Pnuoa, Knu
mnknpili and lloinii (w).
On "Wednesday, July 25th, at the
Fohukniua Girls School.
On Thinsday, July 20th, at the
Fort Stieet School.
On Friday, July 27th, at the Royal
Anil nt Ewa, Wninnno and Koolnu
poko, on this Island, as follows :
At Pokai, Wuinnuc, on Thursday,
At Waiawa, Ewa, on Friday, Julv
At Jvancohc, Koolaupoko, on
Thursday, July 2Gth.
At "Wniahole, Koolaupoko, on Fri
day, July 27th.
At Kailua, Koolaupoko, on "Wed
nesday, July 2otli.
At llakipuu, Koolaupoko, on
Thursday, July 2Gth.
The examinations will begin at 9
o'clock a. m., on each of the day
- -, The summer vacation of all Gov-
l eminent Schools will extend from
Friday, July 27th, to Monday, the
5 17th of September next, at which
time 11 new term will begin.
AV. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, June 28, 1S8S.
,r S0-d3t -12-wat
..- The following persons have, been
duly appointed as Asi-essors of Taxes
in the Kingdom for the year J8SS:
Honolulu C. A. Ih own
Ewa and AVahumo .... S. J. Maikai
AVnialua S. Ilooknuo
Kooluuloii J. P. Kauwalu
Koolaupoko AV111. Henry
Lahaina T. E. Evans
AVailuku AV. F. Mossman
Makawao L. A. Andrews
jlana J. K. Hanuna
3Iolokai and Lanai M.Kane
Ililo. A. H. Loebonstein
NortU Hilo Frank P.ihin
Tortli,JColuihi AV. J. AVright
South1 ICohalu J. Kaai
North Komi J. H. AVaipuilani
South Komi Mobile
Kau Ed. Smith
Puna O. T. Shipman
Lihuc S. Kaiu
Kawaihau 0. II. Willis
-Koloa . . . '. A. K. Mika
AVaimea L. II. Stolz
Hanalei Jas. Hatfield
Niihau M. AV. Keale
AV. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Kept., June 25, 1888.
In accordance with Section 1, of
Chapter XXVI, of tho Laws of 18S0 :
All persons holding water privi
leges, or those paying water rates,
are hereby notified that tho water
rateB for tho teim, ending December
31, 1888, will be duo and payable at
the office of the Honolulu AVater
Works on tho 1st of July, 1888.
All such rntes remaining unpaid
for fifteen daj's, after they are due,
will bo subject to an additional 10
Paities paying rates will pleaso
present their last lccoipt.
Rates arc payablo at tho ofiieo of
tho AVater AVorks, in the Kapuaiwa
Tho statute allowing no discretion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
CIIAS. II. AVILSON,
Supt. Honolulu AVater AVoiks.
Honolulu, II. I., Juno 15. 1888.
F& 07 17t
A NEAT Cottago of four
rooniH, hath room in the
house, and out-houscs, near
tho Mormon Chuieli, now occupied by
Mr. Vogel. Apply to Mr. A'ogu'i nt
Hoffflclilaeger & Co.'s, 77 lw
Notice to School Agents.
School Agents are heicby ic
minded that il is required by tho
Board of Education, that they tlinll
causp public examinations of nil
Government Schools in their dis
tricts, to be held during tho lust
week of thu second i-chool session of
ench year. Tho second school t-os-sion
this year, will end on Friday,
AV. JAS. SMITH,
Education Ofilee, June 28, 1S88.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Eschango on U10
Uault ol CtilU'oiMiia, S3. JP.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. 31. Rothbchihl & Sou, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of IJrltiah Columbia, Vic
toria, 13. O., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pkdsretl to neither Seel nor Party,
Pnl established for the benefit of nil.
MONDAY, JULY 2, 1888.
Tlie bill "to amend an Act rela
tive to the ubu of explosives in tak
ing fish" provides Hint "any per
son in whose possession fish des
troyed by explosive substances are
found shall be adjudged guilty of
having used the same, and it shall
be incumbent upon him to prove his
innocence." This is an attempt ut
legislation which may be rightly
termed "tin-pot legislation." Kext
let it be decreed that every man
suspected of a crime shall be "ad
judged" guilty of tlie same, until
he can establish his innocence. This
will save the courts of tlie kingdom
a large amount of bother and ex
pense. No matter in whose posses
sion the fish taken by explosives
may be found, lie is considered
as having caught them contrary- to
law. lie may have purchased them
from the catcher, in perfect igno
rance of their having been illegally
caught, but still lie is "adjudged
guilty," until he can satisfactorily
prove that he is innocent. AVc
have a better opinion of the Legis
lature than to believe that it will en
cumber the statute book with a re
trogressive law of this nature.
LORD WOLSEY'S VIEW OF THE
Those interested in the Chinese
Question will do well to peruse the
follc-wing from an interview of the
New Yoilc fScribncr's correspondent
in London, with Lord AVolseley :
Oddly enough, I found Lord
AVolseley shared the views which
General Gordon expressed to me
when I met him at the fatefui inter
view at Soiitliaiuptoii.whfchlcdto his
dispatch to Khartoum as to the fu
ture of the Chinese. General Gor
don, who always reinforced .tlie re
sults of his own observations by a
curious interpretation of Scriptuic
texts, assured me that the Chinese,
who were in his opinion the people
without faitli alluded to by one of
tho Hebrew prophets, would before
long overrun tho world and possess
it. Lord AVolseley, who, like Gor
don, has campaigned in China, is
very much of his way ot thinking.
The Chinese are, lie says, beginning
to move. They are physically su
perb. Their numbers are aB the
sand upon tho seashore. Death for
them has no terrors, nor do they
count of time. The great East,
which has sent forth many human
floods for the devastation of the
AVesl, is once more to vomit fortli a
deluge which will engulf the world.
The Russians arc already uneasy at
the rising flood of yellow humanity
on their Asiatic borders. They
may stem it for a time, but the Chi
nese, disciplined, sober, innumera
ble, will in the end overwhelm them,
us their forefathers wero overwhelm
ed by tho Tartars in the middle
ages. If this diagnosis of the situa
tion bo correct, it seems to 1110, al
though it did not occur to Lord
AVolseley, that in the interest of
AVcstern civilization, our duty is not
to weaken Russia, but to strengthen
to tho uttermost tho power which is
to constitute the bulwark of .Europe
against the Asiatic horde.
RYAN'S' BOAT BTJILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
AYHrM tmrfir f W haul nre chrrant 10 ctntt
) linffor thcjlrtl iiuertlon, imtl C ritt per line
rrcry aanltlonal intertlon,
rPHE PHILADELPHIA LAGER
X ip the boss Beer. Call nt the
" Anchor Saloon " and be convinced.
JVJESSRS. DODD & MILLER
JTX have luu recoiled ev Amur-Mla
nnothei lot of tlmt "PlllLAllKM'IIlA.
LAGER BElill" in Uegs, ivhich llicy
aieoll'crliigtoUiPli cuslomcrs. 78 lw
KM NEST BRANDS OF CALI
X forma Port, Madeira and Malngn,
for sale iu keg and cae by
GONSALVES & CO.,
Rl Queen stioct.
Wanted to Purchase
A SIDESADDLE with tlirce poin.
incls. It must bo in good condi
tion. For pirliculiirs luquiro Daiia
Bullktin Olllcc. 83 31
A MAN and wife wants a situation
in 11 private family. 'Jhemanto
do yavd woik and tlie woman to nurse.
Apply to "Barbershop,1-88 King sti cot.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
ARLACK horse, two hind feet white,
bushy tail. A reward will be
paid on Its delivery to me at Perry's
new building, Nuuanu stieet.
8.1 lit D. McGREGOR.
'TMIE adjoin lied annual mooting of
X the f'loekhohleis of the Rccipro
city Sugar Co. will; take place next
TllUllSDAY AFTERNOON, July
5 it, 1PP8, at !1 v. 1.1. , at the office of
lion. AV. It Castle-Tor the purpose of
JNO. E. BUSH,
83 2t Prcsiduit.
rPIIE annual lmetiu of the i-linrc
1. Iio'dcr' of the Wainhinu Agricnl
lurnl it Omzlng Co will lie held ut the
nillpi- of IH3 Jlijcslj's Chamberlain, on
MONDAY, the. ICth inst, -it 10 o'ckcU
A. m. C. P. IAUKKA,
Secretary, W. A. As C5. Co.
THE legular meeting of the Tfawu
iiau cocial Club for tho election
of Ollleers. will be held at Gibson
Hall, nt 7:30 THIS EVHXTNG. S3 It
TflJ. Goo. W. llurges! Iris fu'l power
itX of attorney fu- yr. X. F. Bur-irt'-,
dining the latter' absence finm
the kingdom. S3 lw
FORTH OF JiY, 1888.
A OOIiDIM, invitation is hereby ex
tended to the public and all
vi-iiors, without distinction ot nation
lity or suet to be picsent at the Kxui.
cisc- to be htld iu ob-ervance of the
American X.nional Holiday at "Little
liritnin," King stieet, on WESXKSDAY,
July -J, 18.s8 Oinnibu rs will stun Ironi
tlio" coiner of Hotel and Km t street-,
limiiingdown Koituud mil King street,
beginning at !) a. m., c.urj ing people to
the grounds free ol charge. Hdieos and
carriages can be left in the large lot
adjoining the giounJs on thuJOwaor
Positively no lior-c-, or cairiares will
be allowed on thu gionn s. Tlieie will
be no exception to this rule.
OKDKli OF 'HIT. DAY.
At 11 a. m. the Literary Kxeicises will
commence, following is the programme:
Prayei ltuv. D. G. Ileckwiih
Uis Ex. Geo. AV. Merrill
Heading of the Declaration of Inde
pendence P. C .ones
l'uiiioiic II inn Cnoir
Heading nt Liucaln'8 Addiess at Get-
t , hlmrg Hev. AV. IJ. Olc on
lied, White and Blue Choir
Oi.itiun lion. 11. S. Townsend
Star Spangled Banner Choir
r.enediction Rjv. K. G. BccUwith
There will bo u dancing lloor pro.
vided, and the ljaud will be in attend
mice, lee water and lemonade will be
furnibhed tree during the day, and after
the literary exercises, sandwiches and
ice cream will nl.o be furnished.
After the hluury exeiches Athletic
Sports will lake place at 2 i. M. Follow,
ing is the programme:
Foot nice; CO.yd. dash; open to bovs
10 ycais old and under. Fiist prize, f5;
second pii.e, $- 0.
Thrco stimling jumps, without
weights. Fir-i pU.e, i.i; &ccond prize,
Foot lace; 100-yds dash. First prize,
$1(1; second prize, $5.
Putting the .shot. First pilo, $.";
second irUc, f;2.r0.
Foot lack; 7u yds. dabh; open to hoys
in je-.r-i oiu aim unuer
First jiri.e, 65 j
set and i rize. &'J 5U
Thiowing b.uo bull
tcc;( ml inl.u, ffiO.
Firs', prizoj $0;
Back race. Fiist psizc, $G; second
lliudle lates; inO-ytU; over 4. ft. bur.
dies. First pilze, 10j serond prize, S5.
ritnndiiig loiu jump. First prize, $5;
secouil piie, 2, GO. ,
Tin i'c longed nice. Fiist prize, 810;
6CCOI.ll pilZf, $".
Running high jump. First priei, (J10;
second piiu, 5.
Fool nice; H.O-yds. Flint prize, $10;
bccoiid pii.e, $5.
Gieused Pole. Prize, 95.
Entries to bo initdu with .Ins. Torhcrt,
nt the Pacific Hurdwaro Co 's store, or
on the grounds.
On the evening of tho Fourth a Bull
will ho given at tho Aunory of tho
Honolulu Hilli's, and the, Committee e.
fjuest that any Vho may ho uninten
tionally overlooked will apply for an
invitation either to Mcssis. J. J. Jigan,
AV. O. King or Geo. V. Mnith.
By oider of tho Committee.
J. 8. McGREW,
J. F, NoiiLif,
Secrelaiy. 63 Ut
New Goods ! Lowest Prices !
til ccr:8Hon to
Bookseller, Stationer M leisitBuler,
Urcwrr IlIocK. ton Vort rtt. niiur Hotel, Honolulu.
The Largest 'Stock and the Lowest Prices in the Kingdom.
San Francisco Prices The
Kept on hand and delivered to any part on
arrival of the steamer.
efest Line of Poper
Fancy OoGds? 1 oys,
Artistic Stationery, Art Goods,
And ARTISTS' MATERIALS !
SCall and inspect our Stock and learn our price.'
"We wish you to call whether
PMTIl ai BOOKBINDING pigly iMM to.
"W. II. GrRAENHALGH, 106 Fort St., Honolulu, H. I.
3rsStorc open every evening after July 1st, till 8 :30
o'clock. Saturdays till 9 p.m. 83 lw
t. . tiirvsi.
News Department. All the
end Novels in town
you wish to purchase or not.
HBMiiucrcm?TgnjiM.iuw.jilLiiv ia'ujjui MU - i -
JSUmk np the fiiiilloft & tte.itilc.iiicu of Houoluln!
UiiiS up the Koyn & Girlu!!
Kins up the IlnMfHll!
KiiiK up Everybody all over iJuv.nii Mei!!!l
HAVE OPENED THEIR
New Ganfly Factory I Slept Canity Store
On Hotel Hti'fot, Now I J reive v Jiloolc,
AVhero they will manufacturo and sell the FINEST nut! CHOICE
FRENCH MSB HOME-MADE CANDIES !
Fresh Candies made every day.
An Elegant Assortment of FANCY CANDY & BON-BON,
BOXES & NOVELTIES always on hand,
ce Cream Soda
Of all kinds served fiom the most
jfCiiiuliug cntefully packed for shipment to tho other I&hiiidu.,
tWIlOLIOSALE &j KKTAIL:
Hing! Ring 11 Keep on Ringing and call at
Honolulu Business Directory,
THERE aie a fev,- vit.i eligible spnech,
lor ndvertisements in the forth,
coming Honolulu liusinesa Duectoiy,
Bt ill tJiiseciired; hut they aic lllling up
fast. Apply to
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
62 .It Ag.nts.
NOTICE is hereby given that tho
tmderbigtud have formed a spe
cial paitnerslilp uuder thu Mini niiinn of
"John E (Jolbirn it Co ," in llie busi.
ncss of buying and selling Hay and
Oiain and General Mcichfuulipc, at the
Building formeily ocpupitd by the
Pacific Navigation Compiny, on Q'icen
street near Nuuatui streel, in Honolulu,
Oahu. Tliat tho names of tin- puttiers
aro: Jolm l' (.'olliurn and S. Roth, both
residing iu said llouolulii, and that the
said John F. ('olbuui is gcneial partner
and the said Samuel Roth, special
partner. Bui 1 partnership to commence
from July 1, 1m-8.
JOHN P. COLIIURN,
Dated Honolulu, Juno !!0, 1888.
Fourth of July, 1888,
ALL Americans wbhlng to subscribe
to the fund for celebrating the
coming 4th of July, will find MiUciip
Hon Ibis at the Pacific Ilaiduaro Co.
and Egan & Co.'o Mores on I'oit ttreet,
mid at the Hawaiian Hotel. Tho mem
buns of tho Finance Committee, BlebiM.
J A 8. O. BPhNCKIt,
OIHS. II. Kl.DRI 1)015,
JOHN W. WINTER,
J. J. i:gan,
Will iio receivo Biili'iirlpiiouB.
Honolulu, June !25, 1688. 78 Id
NOTICE of REMOVATj.
JOHN McLKAN Jim n moved his
BlucUbiiiithlug hU'ihlhhmciit to
Port stieet, ojiposito HoppeiV Mill,
wheie he will ho glad to tee his ohl
friu'iuU mid new ones. 7ii lm
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-ihe
Dally Bulletin w cts per montu
.nw - i,jiiKjtimij)FmumiLa..aiiL"JiPW
& Iced Brinks
unique soda fountain in the city.
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Notice of Removal,
THE office of the Intcr-I'land Steam
Navigation Company has been re
moved to thu premUcH tormeily occu
pied by Pierce & Co., am Queen street.
'"piIE unden igned having been on the
X iJtllh Inst , appointed by tlie Honor
nble Kduurd Piebton, .hu.tico of tho
Supreme C mil, A-ignees of the Estate
of the Pacific Navigation Company,
bankrupt, heieby riquesl all ticrhona
owbu; tiald estate, to mako immediate
AV. P-. ALLKN,
JAS. I. DOWBKTT,
Assignee" of Estate of Pacific Naviga.
Honolulu, June 20, 1E88. 48 lm
TiTUSIC furnished for balls, parties
LtJ. and serenades by Palmer's String
Hand. Orders left at C. E. Williams',
or ring up Mutual Telephone 330. 74 tf
rlPIIK Collage now occupied
&m JL by A. O. Ounha, No 12
tiiiaisiSii School Hreet, containing 4
rooms, bes-i les dming.ronm, kitchen
and rantry. Apply at tlio place. 81 tf
King HC, near the Ilrlile.
General Fancy Goofls
Employment wonted for
5 Japanese Gardcnors & Yardmen,
2 " Cooks, first-class.
2 " Nurso Girls & Housemaid.
I Japanose Man and Wife Man as cot
Woman, waller and housework.
I Japanese willing to do any work.
P J f R "
HMMO '' CO..