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Office "Water "Wonus,
Honolulu, H. I., July 27, 1838,
Holders of wntor priuleges or
thoso paying water tales nio lioieby
notified that the horns for using
water for irrigating pmpocs are
from G to 8 o'cloc k a. m., and from
4 to 0 o'clock i. m.
CIIAS. B. WILSON,
Suporintondcnt Water "Works.
Approved : L. A. Thurston,
jUinistei of Tnteiior.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Isli'udK
Draw Exchange on Uio
Biwilc oi Ctvlilbraia, . IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Hothschild & S n, London
Tho Commercial Hank Co , of Sydney,
Tke Commercial Bank Co, of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand- Auckland,
Ohristchurch, and AVelli Jgion,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Sect tier Party,
lint established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1888.
OPEN TO ALL ELECTORS.
It should l)c understood that the
various ward meetings called for to
morrow evening, are intended to be
meetings of all persons qualified to
vote for Nobles, and not merely
those electors w ho former 3' signed
club constitutions. This wc believe
to be the intention of ccry waul
notice. Several of the v. aid olllcerd
have distinctly advised u- that such
is the intention of their respective
wards. This certainly is I lie mean
ing of the 3rd Marti. The meetings
are public so far as the electors are I
concerned, ana wiictiier tliey were
members of the waul organizations
at the general election or not, they
are invited to attend.
KtFiJfirON CHINESE HATTERS.
The special committee to whom
were referred seveial matters relat
ing to Chinese and to Chinese and
Asiatic immigration, have reported
to the Legislature. Tho document
is lengthy, too lengthy for the space
at command in our columns to-day,
and is the result of thorough investi
gation. The committee had a very
' hard task to perform, and they ap
pear to have performed it with gieat
care. Their report is, a moderate
document, too moderate to meet the
views of extremists; but, in tho
estimation of thoughtful people, this
is a commendable featuie. No one
who lias not made a study of the
Chinese question can realise the dif
ficulties with which it is surrounded.
These probably became moi e and
more apparent to the gentlemen of
the committee as they proceeded
step by step with their investigation.
The committee draw a distinct line
of demarcation between the two
Asiatic peoples, Chinese and Japan
ese, which anyone acquainted with
both races must admit to be correct.
"We shall reproduce the full report
as soon ns space is available.
Euitok Bulletin: Apropos of
tho question of advertising the Isl
ands abroad the following extract
from the Tcmplcton Times (Cal.),
is very timely. The Times says :
"With all its natural wealth and
advantages, California owes nearly
all of Us prcbent and prospective
prosperity to the faithful, cillcieut
and generally inadequately compen
sated work of its special newbpapers
whose viork was to spread the know
ledge of our resources. Millions of
dollars were spent m bpabinottic el
fnrta nf. nilvertisinif liv traiisitnrv
methods such ns albums, circulars,
pamphlets, books and high-colored
lithOgrapUS, Dill It is now uuuuuuii
that the most credit is ixue to me
papers, which, going broadcast oyer
tho world, month by month and
week by week, has pounded away
at human ignorance and credulity
until tho resources of the State are
beginning to be understood by our
people and those of other States and
every dollar spent to support those
papers whoso mission was to spiend
the information regardinggour state
lias been lepaid ten thousand fold.
Those parts who relied upon their
epasmodio advertising and thoso
whoso inhabitants (knowing tho ad
vantages of their flection) refused to
advertise find themselves distnuccct
by thoso vho wisely helped their
paper to spread wide the tidings
unto the ends of tho earth. Tho
reason for this is not hard to find,
for a paper properly conducted with
a man of experience and reputation
directing the editorial pen onirics
with its utteiances ten thousand
times 11101 0 influence than can be
possibly carried by spasmodic effort
whereby a part of the cost i9 paid
by some fellow's picttue or the pic
tuio of lin house. Any of our citi
zens who are in business can nder
Use in the proper column of a paper
what he pleases and it is never fully
believed, but whatever appears in
in its editorial columns is regarded
as correct and accepted as such."
It will take more than an illus
trated pamphlet to successfully com
bat the falaeies of Bailouts "Under
the Southern Cross," tuid 119 tho
"Paradise of tho Pacific" has so no
bly entered tho field let it continue
the light. The publishers arc gen
tlemen of business whose interests
are in Hawaii Nei and who have
spent their money freely, and every
resident on the Islands has been be
nefitted by its work. Some say that
what we want is sugar plantations,
such ns wo have enough of already.
One man whom I will be bound
never had any business other
than that of an overseer of a plan
tation and whose eyes cannot see
further than the boundaries of
his present employer's land and has
piobably never been inside of a c'ryy
as large as San Francisco or llouo
lnlu, only when he was forced to
pass through them, when en route
from his squatter cabin to the house
he now occupies, says that one plan
tation is worth more than thousands
of tourists. This man must proba
bly judge others by himself, for it
is quite likely that when he came
from his bii thplacc lie came in an
emigrant car to San Francisco, and
then in the steerage of the Sue;: to
Honolulu, taking a deck passage to
the plantation where he still wsiiles.
In contrast to such men let me call
attention to a couple of tourists or
rathoi health-secLeis, Mi. E.
F. "Wright and Mr. F. IJamagc, who
came heie in Apiil, staying till No
vember of last year. These two
men spent over $7,000, which woic
distributed pielty generally over the
islands. On the last steamer the
Alameda going from the Colonies to
San Francisco a Mr. Waul of Stock
ton, who had spent six week-, here
departed wcll-plcascd with the isl
ands, but he nevertheless spent over
$1,400 while here. These aie but
an example of the whole.
Another says "It is in the interest
of the steamship people. Well, if that
were so docs it detract from its
benefits? Would the Honolulu Iron
Works like to have the steamers
cease running? If they did thcic
would be a great many hungry men
in Hawaii nci.
Another said to the writer the
other day "The aid coining to the
'Paradise of the Pacific' wont come
now because the bebt fiiend these
islands ever had is passed away to
his wcll-camcd rewaid. Can this
Rumor says again that the aid
promised to the publisher for adver
tising the islands and which was
asked for by many of the taxpayeis
would be lefuscd because the amount
has been tiansf erred to make a road
up Punchbowl Hill, and this is the
reason why others are likely to get
SoOO for a pamplet.
Let us bee, the amount asked for
the paper was 812,000. The Punch
bowl road costs 8,000 and the
pamphlet 81,000, that also makes
$12,000. Rather singular, to say tho
But $1,000 wont pay tho cost of
printing and illustrating the pamph
let, says one. But, says the "Ga
zctte"projeetion of the same, "We'll
make the owners of the places illus
trated pay fiom 100 to StfOO dollais
per cntrraving. This is what J should
call blackmail, not at all like the me
thods of the publishers of the "Para
disc of the Pacific," who have given
their time and money for the geneial
good only to have the fruits of their
work stolen by pirates under false
Kuitok BnuxTix: Tho "Adver
tiser" of this morning in an edito
rial commenting on the published
interview with V. V. Ashford, by
the Bulletin, beems to be trying to
trump up soino bort of agitation, and
drags into tho arena IIir Majesty,
die Editor and the Colonel, for hav
ing dared to ventuio the opinion
that the aitielo published yesterday
morning by tho "Advertiser" had
no bignific'nnce whatever, and was
only a continuance of a number of
nitfcles of the snmc nature, which
weic appealing from time to time in
the native papers. This couieo which
the "Advci liber" scorns to bo pursu
ing, is, io s.ay the least, uiiwiso, as
it on v tends to lomcni iccuim ami
I cause dissension where nono should
i xuu cuwuruiy mm uiiguiiuuiiiuuiy
uuncu mi ji)i, v. v. iisuiuru is an
illustration of the narrow policy
above alluded to; and when tho
statement is made, "that the objec
tion to Col. Ashfoid boiled down is
this, that tho community distrust
him," innv I ask who docs the "Ad-
vcrtisei" iecognize as the commu
nity? Is it the limited few who have
for years arrogated to themselves
the entire control of everything
worth having, and who by a monop
oly of power have peitistently
crowded lo tho wall any one who
darod to oppose them? Or, does he
refer to the general public? If lo the
former, I have 110 doubt the slntc
ment regal ding disttust is correct;
if the latter, 1 can assure him that
as far as the colonelcy is concerned,
the general public have- perfect con
fidence in V. V. Ashford, notwith
standing the fact, that after having
used him to accomplish tho ends un
successfully attempted by them
selves, a certain clas9 have tried to
throw him aside, and ho now seems
to bo the red rag to those he so suc
cessfully helped into power.
One ov the Pontic.
In compliance with a resolution of
the Central Coinmittoe, meetings of
electors qualified to vote for Nobles
will be held on Thursday evening,
Aug. 9th, in the respective wards,
for the pnrposc of electing delegates
to a Nominating Convention to bo
held Saturday evening, August
11th, to nominate a candidate for
Noble, to fill the vacancy created
by the death of the late S. G. Wil
der. Thcte will be no meeting in
ward 0, as that ward has only one
qualified voter. The lime of meet
ing in each ward is 7:30 o'clock.
Following is a list of the meeting
St. Aluan's school build-
The Lyceum, Nuuanu
Tho Reformatory school,
The Jury Room, Alii-
Tho Armory of the
Honolulu Rifles, Betctania street.
Ward G. The Armory of the Ho
nolulu Itifles, Beretania street.
Ward 7. The Long Branch Bath
Waul 8. The Government Nur
sery Building. King street.
Ward 0. No meeting.
McWAYNE will lie out of town
for a fortnight: Dr. Day will at.
tend to his practice. 14 2t
Honolulu Rifles, Attention.
jlTEMIVERS will plc.io hand Capt.
ItJ. C. .1. MeC.mli the names of
tlio'-o foi -whom thev want invitation
X01 Bntt.ilion Ball tob'eghcii FRIDAY
EVEXJXG, August 23th. Per order
11 3t COMMITTEE.
Oaliu Lodge, No, 1, K. of P.
ENTERTAINMENT THIS (Wedues
day) EVEN ING. Members in good
standing only. Busiuc-b at 7:30 o'clock
sharp. Per order.
PRANK GODFREY, C. C.
.1. C. "Willi i.,
K. of R.A.S. Hit
Mystic Lodge, No, 2, R. of P.
THE Amplified Knight
Rank will be con.
fcr.-ed THIS (Weilnes
da) EVENING, by the
"Team." Oahu Lodge,
No. 1, arid visitine;
Knights are invited to bo
Per order of
M. N. KENNEDY, C. C.
7i. K. Mvims,
K. of R. & S. 14 It
BY a Norweginn family, without
children, the woman to cook and
do jjencral housework, the man to mako
himself useful around the pniden, nnd
drive a team. Either in Honolulu or
any other island. For further parti
culars apply to
Harness Mukor, cor. King & Fort Bts.
'"PlIKliE will be a special meeting of
J- ih. Honolulu Clrimhcr of Com.
merco ut then loom on WEDNESDAY,
tho 81U ins-, r.t 10 A. m A full attend
ance is desired, l'er older.
J. D. ATIIERTON,
12 Bt Secretary.
just received by late arrivals
bpieiuuu stocK 01
LADIES' & MEN'S
Which ho i3 not sHUun at oxtremely
13 Low I'nccf. lm
nl BKUTELMAX has full power
of attorney to net for mo in all
IniHiiuss mutters dining my absence
from this Kingdom
(J. II. BEUTELMAN.
Honolulu, July M, 1888. 10 Iw
DUBING my absence from tho King,
dom, Col. W. P. Allen will act for
mo in all business matters under a full
pow er of attornoy.
' G. E. BOARDMAN.
Honolulu, July 27, 18BU. 01 Iw
MUSIO furnished for unllF, paitieo
and Ecrenndes bv Palmer's Siritig
Band. Orders lett at O. E. Williams1,
oi ring up Mutual Telephone 830. 74 tf
r-piUS morning, on King utrect or Wnl.
JL MWl Hoad, between ihu hours of 7
mid i) u'dixlt, a lSrnvwi leather Puree
containing fc5:0 or moio in U. S. Gold
Note. Tho Under on returning the same
1 Mr. T S Wcsthrook. lit Mr . TlnliRr'a
meat market will receive a reward of I
80. 87 tf J
Boots, -rM Sloes.
frwwy,. Ay.jW'a ,'. .vi.wmw JJm.'.f..
Electors of Hobles.
ALL persons dUlblo to vote for
Nobles, in Ward 1, nro h'roby re
qui stcd to mcefnt tho 9t. Ulmi's School
Building, 011 THURSDAY EVENING,
August 0.18S8, nt 7,l!0 o'clock, for tho
purpose of electing delegates to the
Nominating Convention to be held on
Saturday evening, Aueust 11th.
JOHN H. PATY.
U 2t Chairman.
Electors of Nobles.
ALL registered voteis lor Nobles are
requested to attend a meeting at
tho Lyceum, Nuuanu sttcet, on THUHS
DAY EVENING, August 0th. at 7:80
o'clock, for tho purpofe of electing dele
notes to tho Nominating Convention.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
13 2t Secretary.
Ward 3 Notice,
Eloctors of Nobles.
ALL persons . entitled to vote for
Nobles in Ward 8, aro requested
to meet at the Reformatory School, on
THURSDAY EVfCNI N G, at, 7 -30 o'clock,
for the purpose of choosing delegates to
tho Nominating Convention.
J. W. Lcsino,
Secretary. 14 2t
Electors of Nobles.
rpiIERR will be a mooting of electors
JL of Ward 4, Reform Ciub, cdglh'c
to vote for Noble, on THURSDAY
EVENING, August Uth, at 7:30 o'clock,
in the Jury Raom of Aliiolani Hale, for
the puipose of electing delegates to the
Nominating Convention to bo held on
Saturday evening, August lttli
J. W. PRATT,
M. N. Kennedy,
Secretary. 14 2t
Electors of Nobles.
THERE will be a meeting of Ward 5.
Reform Club, nevt THURSDAY
EVENING, August flth, at 7:30 o'clock,
at tho Armory ot tho Honolulu Rifles, to
elect 1!) delegates aui one at large to
the Oomentron to be held Satin day
evening, August 11, 18W. l'er order.
G. h Mcl.EOD,
AV. II. Hooas.
Secretarv. 13 8t
Electors of Nobles.
ALL persons entitled to vote for
Nobles in Ward C, are requested
to meet at the Armorv, on THUKSDAY
EVENING, at 7:C0 o'clock, for the pur
pose of choosing delegates lo the Nomi
THOS. E. WALL,
13 3t Secretary.
Electors of Nobles.
CITIZENS qualified to vole for Nobles
will please mcit next THURSDAY
EVENING, August Olh. at Long Branch
Bath llousc, to elect 4 deligntes to a
E. G. bOHUMAN,
13 3t Secretary.
Ward 8 Notice,
Electors of Nobles.
A MEETING of the electors eligible
to vote for Nobles, in Ward 8th,
in called for tho purpose of electing
delegates in pursuance with the instruc
tions" of tho Central Committer. Meet,
ing to be held THURSDAY EVENING,
August 3th, at 7:80 o'olock, in tho Gov
ernment Nursery Building.
F. B. McStockek,
Secretary. 14 2t
AT a meeting" of tho Central Execu
tive Committee of the Reform
Party, tho following resolution was
"That tho Secretary of the Central
Committee bo instructed to request the
Ofllccrs of the several Ward Clubs to
call a meeting in thoir respective Wards
on Thursday evening, August 0th, of
Electors for Nobles, for tho purpose of
electing Dologates to a Nomintitintr
Convention to bo held SATURDAY
EVENING, August lttli, to nominate a
candidate for Noblo."
Apportionment to bo one delegate for
each Ward organization, and ono dole,
gato for every twenty-live electors for
Where there in no secretary or chair,
man tho Ward Delegate ib requested to
In imis'iance with tho above resolu
tion, I heioby request the olllcers of the
several Clubs to call mcotingB as uIioto
E. G. SOHUMAN,
IB Gt Secretary,
Voters for Nobles
Pull and compicto list in
GODFWEV'H 3X13 AJOY
GO OJ3PJTH II3It COPY
On Sale at Hawaiian News Co,
Ward 5 Notice.
Ward 6 NotiGe.
'.'t-wj'.f j S1 n rm)3W.V
Auction Salos by Lewis J. Levey,
1 -. -1 -. j - -1 1 11 - --
I am instructed by Mr. W. II. Graen.
halgh, to sell nt Public Auction,
at ids store on Foil street, on
Thursday & Saturday Evenings,
Aug. Olh & llth-at 7:30 P. M.
A large nnd well f elected stock of Fancy
Goods, consisting of
Albums, Opera & Fiold Glasses,
Telescopes, Stereoscopes, Musio
Hoxcs, Toys, Picturo & Portrait
Frames, Accordeons, Concertinas
MUSICAL GOODS !
Bronze, Risque, Parian it China
Ornaments, Satin & Fancy Glass,
ware, Cutlery and other Useful
Articles. Also a large consignment
of Rooks, consisting of
CSTThe altove selection are nil new
nnd imported specially for this market
by late arrivals.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Regular Gash Sale !
On FRIDAY, Aug. 10-At 10 a. m.
At rav Salesrooms, corner of Fort and
Qnici slreel, will be so'd at Public
Auction, a fiencial assortment of Mcr.
chandise, consisting of;
Dry Goods ! Clothing !
CiocUery & Glassware, Sks Pota
toes, Com, Onions ifc Gallic, Fiesh
Apple?, Giocerle, etc., etc. A quan
Household Furniture !
Removed to my Salesroom for con
venience of Sale, and
One JESlaels: Horse
Suitable for Siddlc and Carriage.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Assignee's Mice of Sale !
15 Y AUCTION.
Ki ciucr ot w.u. rant e, Assignee or
of Honolulu, a bankrupt, I will sell on
On Saturday, Aug. 18, 88,
All the right title and Interest of ihe
rtald A. K. Palekaluhi and Kiluna hli
wife, being a lilc interest for iheir own
lives in ami to that piece of lnnl xituatc
on the Ewa sido of the aikalmlulii
Bridge, Honolulu, containing 1 60 100
acre, more or less, togthtr with the
buildings thereon, to wit:
1 Dwelling House !
Fronting School street, and has sixteen
rooms, including K tchen aud Bath
room, nnd a Stable and Carriage House
in the rear of said Dwelling House, and
tho Lot is about 225 feet by V75 feet
deep. And :iUo all the Goods and
Chattels of the said A. K. Palekaluhi
now on .laid premises and mentioned in
the schedule hereinafter written.
The purchaser or purchasers of the
Houses can remove them at his option
without any hindrance from the owners
in fee simple of the said land.
'iorms nic uubii ana ucciis at expense
of the puichat-er or purchasers.
For further particulars enquire of W.
C. Park", or to lire undersigned.
Schedule hereinbefore reteired to:
Froni Room 8 pairs Blinds, 8x12; 101
Vcranduh Pins, 0 pairs Blinds, 10x14; 2
Cans Paint Oil with Oil, 1 Carpenter's
Bench, 5 Carpenior'a Horses, 5 emply
Oil Cans 2 Puiut Caua, 3 Biushes, n
empty Paint Tins, 1 keg 10 Peiinings
Nails, 2 kegs 8 Penning Nulls, 1 keg iJ
Penning! Nail, 1 box of old Locks and
Screws, 1 Lime Brush, 1 China Jug, 2
empty Null Kegs, (i Doors, 1 loi Lumber,
1 i oil Zinc for roofing, 1 bundle Roof
ing (Tin), 2 Laulmla Mats.
Room in tear of sbovo Room 2 pairs
Blinds, 1 pair Window Blinds, 1 old
Plane, doz Ciib ileards. 1 lot Car.
riuge House Cover, 1 Basket, 1 empty
liox, 2 Jinking Puns, 1 empty Tea Can,
f) Tumblers, 2 Tumblers with handles, 7
Whiskey Glasses, doz Butter Dish. 3
Saucers, b small Plates, 0 small Colored
Plates, 2 Dinner Plates, a Pitchers 81
Plates, 1 Bowl, 1 Tool Chest, small
l'lanus, ssaws, kou jaiai.asiies, i
common Calabashos, 8 empty Boxes, 2
Saddles. 1 Saddle Bag, 1 Saddle Cloth,
1 Briddle. 2 Stool Chairs. 1 Ladder.
Kitchen I Stove, tlxed down to the
liouej2 Tables, !! Pots, 3 large Ovtn
Pans, C Chairs, 2 Lanterns, 2 Fryihg
Pain, 2 empty Trunks with Old Ncwb
paper. Waikiki Room 12 Window Weight', 1
Clock, 4 empty Boxes, 1 Iron Bedstead
with llutlrusi and Curtain, 1 Chair aud
On Ground 1 Hose.
Stable 1 Brake, for breaking JiorseH
In; 1 Covcrid lirako with Harneis, 2
Carriage Lamps and 1 Caniago Horse.
Waikiki Side 1 Stable with 0 re eras, 1
old Harness and 1 lot Harnefs and 2 old
Carriage Lamps, 10 empty Barrels, 0
empty Cans, 1 V ash hostel, 2 colh Hope,
1 old Lantern, 2 colls Wire, 1 old Slop
Undormain Building 10 empty Kegs, 11
empty Boxes, 2 empty Banels and 1 let
tSTPertion of this Laud is lca(el to
some 3 Portuguese for 5 j eau, and thero
are 2 moru jcars to run of each; rentnl,
830 per annum each, making 8 00 in all
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
14 td Auctioneer.
HAWAIIAN Fruit & Taro Co. Gen.
tlcmcn: I have madoa chemical
examination of the sample of Turo Flour
which you have Mihmittcd to mo and
find that samo is cnth ely free from any
injurious substance whatever. Yours
very truly, Geo. W. Smith, Analyst.
Honolulu. Juuu 1. 188. 71 lm
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise in tho Daily Buixitih.
AuGfion Sale !
vwyiirciwfri yv.y" aegcav gp ' ir .' ', iou oo''' -wfivavi
Just Received Ex. "Australia,"
A LARGE INVOICE OF
Children's Clothing ! Children's Clothing !
Cassimeres, Cheviots & Worsteds I
Sizoa from 4 to 15 years, diroot from East. Also a full Hue of
CHILDREN'S KNEE PACT'S
To which 1 cnll attention of tho puhlic.
Julv 28-88 lm
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
- COMl -
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush fc Leather; Risque, Glass & Parian Waie, Opera &
Marino Glasses, Telescopes,
BJCxiwic Boxes, Toy, Books, .LUbiinis,
And other things too numerous to mention. All tho above Goods will
be offered at the Lowr-Jt Prices ever quoted in tho Kingdom
Evening Auction Sale ! Evening Auction Sale!
Thursday & Saturday Even'g
gfiTho above Goods aie New,
been imported ex recent ariivals and
$S OiEMEI" Ei'ViEIVIIS'OS g
W. H. GRAENHALGH
IOC JTort Stveot, X-loiiolulu.
ITOrtT STJR,JE12'X XX.OZiOTJXJJL.TJ.
fJ2T BARGAINS "J New Due of BST BARGAINS -&L
Lamps, Chandeliers k Lanterns,
At Lower Price than ever before. New invoice of
SELF-HARDWARE. PLOWS k GEE MRCHANDISE.
Novelties and Fancy Oooils, In Lai'so "Vivrloty.
Preparatory School for Boys.
The ICamehameha Preparntorj School
for Boys will bo reaiJy for tho admit
sion of pupils the last Tuesday in Ooto
Only a limited number, between tho
ages of 7 and 12, will be received this
year, and those desiring to enter the
school must mako application previous
to October 1, 188S.
A list of article! to bo furnished by
parents will be snt on application lo
Each pupil must bring a medical cer
tificate. This eohool is designed to fit boys for
the Knmchameha School, nnd will pro
vide elementary instruction in language,
numbers and music.
The charges for tuition will bo $80
per annum, payable in 830 installments
at tho beginning of each term.
Further information mny be obtained
by applying to the Principal,
10 lm MISS C. A. REAMER.
Notice of Removal !
V. C. Peacock & Co.
Havo removed to the
Merchant Htreel, Honolulu.
0J lwd.47 ltw
L"LG I SUTURE OF 1808. "Tho Dally
and Weekly Bulletin" contains tho
only correct and reliable reports of tho
proceedings of the present Legislature.
Portland Cement !
White Bros Cement (full weight).
At lowest market rate.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
HE DAILY BULLETIN-The
most popular paper published.
f of Remov el !
7:.10 o'clock sharp.
Fiosli and of tho Latest Design, having
weio ulectcd expressly for tho trade.
Th second 3 tin of the Kamehamoha
School fer I'.ojs will begin the first
Tuosiia) in Si'j t mber, 18s8.
.Manual training classes will bo pro.
vided In Carpentry, Printing, Wood,
turning. Qlucksmithing, Plumbing, Saw
ing nud Stonccutting.
Tho corps of Teachers consists of
Rev. Wm. B. Oleson, Principal ;
Mr. H. S. Townsend, Assistant Prin.
Mr. IV. S. Terry, Superintendent of
Mr. Levi Lyman, Mis L. L. Dressier
and Miss M. E. Hillcbrand, Assistant
This school aims to give "a good edu.
cation in tho common English branches,
and also instruction in morals and in
such useful knowledge a9 may tend to
make good and industrious men."
The charges are $40 per year, with an
additional chargo of 53 per year for in.
Further information may bo obtained
by applying to the Principal,
10 lm REV. WM. B. OLESON.
CohdpM Iron !
Bcbt Crown Brand.
6, 7, 8, and 9 Feet Length
Just landed Ex. Ship "Cockermoulh"
For' Sale in Quantities to Snit.
Also, TOO llbls. White Bros.'
At the Lowest Market Rates.
WILDER & CO.
A Weekly Newspaper in the Portu
P. A. Dias, editor. Ofllco over M. A.
Qouialves & Oo.'a store, Hotol street.
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