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Office Wateu Works, )
Honolulu, II. I., July '21, 1SS8. J
Holders of ator privileges or
thoso paying water r.itcs arc hereby
notified that the houis for using
water for irrigating purposes are
from 0 to 8 o'clock . m., ami fioin
1 to ( o'clock r. m.
CHAS. J?. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Works.
Appioved: L. A. Tiiuustok,
Minister of Interior.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on tho
Buiilc ot On.lillvulu, 8. JT.
And thoir agouts in
NEW YOHK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
1 The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Bydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torio, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Sect ner Party,
Sut established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1S88.
Several names are freely talked of
as candidates for the vacancy in the
House of Nobles. But tlia Buu.u
tix is not in a position to say whether
any of the gcntjmeii named, ex
cepting two, are willing to stand or
not. The two exceptions referred
to are Mr. W. C. Wilder and Mr. H.
W. Schmidt. The first named has a
card in this issue of the Bn.LKTix,
intimating his willingness to accept
a nomination of the Reform Party
Convention. Mr. Schmidt, of the I
firm of llackfcld & Co., has been
asked by some electors to become a
candidate, and he has consented.
So we can say at present for cer
tain, that there are two candidates
In the field, Mr. Wilder and Mr.
THEY SAY ALL.
In correction of a statement in
this morning's "Advertiser," we
wish to say that the ward meeting
notices were not inserted "by or
der" of "the Central Executive
Committee of the Reform Party,"
but "at the request" of that body,
as may be seen by reference to the
advertisement. Moieover, the
wording of the notices of wauls 1,
2, 3, C, 7 and 8, is distinctly such
as to embrace all electors in those
wards. "All persons eligible to
vote for Nobles," "all registered
voters for Nobles," "all persons en
titled to vote for Nobles," "citizens
qualified to vote for Nobles," "elec
tors eligible to vote for Nobles," are
the expressions used. If "all" per
sons qualified to vote in those wards
are not meant, why do the notices
say "all?" Wards 4 and 5 are not
included. Their notices specify
"electors of the ward Reform Club,
eligible to vote for Nobles." It is a
matter of no concern to us whether
the officers of the various ward or
ganizations call meetings of all elec
tors in their respective wards, or
only of persons on their club rolla ;
but when they publish notices which
any person with n mere smattering
knowledge of the English language
would undeistand to mean "all,"
wc naturally conclude that we are
sale in telling the public that such
was the intention.
Since tho above was in type, wc
have received a notico from the Cen
tral Committee, which will be found
in another column, stating that, "It
is necessary to be enrolled as a
member of a Reform Club, in order
to be qualified to vote for delegates
to tho Reform Party Convention.
U.1 . I I -! 1
Conflicting statements have been
floating around respecting tho so
called boycott of the houso of
MesBrs. II. Ilackfeld & Co., by Chi
nese traders, at the credit auction
sale on Jlonday last. One state
ment is to the effect that there wus
no intention to boycott, that the re
fusal of the firm to sign the petition
against the book-keeping bill had
nothintr to do with the Cliinamen'fl
declining to bid, but that the uncer
tainty as to the fate of that bill dis
inclined the Chinese traders to make
any purchases from anybody, as. if
tho bill became law many of them
would be unablo to carry on their
business. Another statement is the
negative of this.
We have taken a little trouble to
ascertain the truth, and have come
to the conclusion that it was un
doubtedly a boycott, and was in
tended as such, and that the reason
therefor was the refusal of the firm
of llackfcld tS. Co. to sign the peti
tion. A member of the ilrm had
been informed ahead in ti fricndlv
way that the petition would bo pre
sented for signature, and that the
consequence of a refusal to sign it
would be a refusal on the intending
purchasers to buy at the sale, at
any price. So determined was the
combination to carry out the inten
tion that a breach of insli actions
was to have -been visited by a pen
alty. These we believe, after a
careful investigation, to be tln5 facts
of the case.
The ciicumstance goes to show the
powerful position which the Chinese
residents hold in this community,
and affords matter for serious
thought. There is no other nation
ality here so clannish, and under no
ordinary circumstances could any
other combine so closely as to make
so complete a boycott. Such a pro
ceeding at any time, by any combi
nation, is a dastardly thing. Let
thoughtful people take the little epi
sode above noted to heart.
GOING TO ENLIST.
A man who has figured among the
inebriates in the Police Court of
laic, accosted a reporter on Queen
street this morning, with "You know
mc, Bui.t.ktin ?" Yes, "Look at me,"
he continued, "I've been diinking;
but never mind, look at me!"
"You look as though you have
been through a thrashing machine,''
was the fcciibe's lojoindcr.
The miserable-looking fellow had
a crippled arm lie said it was dis
located. His nose was distorted
from blowtt, and his right car ap
pealed to have besn hammered.
"I'm going on board the U. S. S.
Omaha at 1:"0 o'clock this morning
to enlist," said he, setting sail for a
fine? inn. "and I want vou to nut
something in the paper. Somebody
owes mc over "200, for work I have
done ; but 1 can't get a cent and I'm
down to bed-rock. I've placed the
account in a collector's hand, but he
can't do anything yet, and I can't
wait ; so I'm going to enlist. Good
bye Buu.ktix! Its no use of me
bumming about town any longer,
and when I'm gone I hope ni
debtor will sleep better."
In compliance with a resolution of
the Central Committee, meetings of
electors qualified to sote for Nobles
will be held on Thursday evening,
Aug. 9th, in the respective wards,
for the purpose of electing delegates
to a Nominating Convention to be
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. There will be no meeting in
ward 9, as that ward has only one
qualified voter. The time of meet
ing in each ward is 7:30 o'clock.
Following is a list of the meeting
Waul 1. St. Alban's school build
The Lyceum, Kuuunu
The Reformatory school,
The Jury Room, Alii-
The Armorv of the
Honolulu Rifles, Bcretania street.
Ward 0. The Armory of the Ho
nolulu Rilles, lleretania street.
Ward 7. The Long Branch Bath
"Ward 8. The Government
scry Building, King street.
Ward 9. No meeting.
BRANDS OF CALI-
A form u
Port, Madeira and Malaun,
lor bale in Kegs nnu cases uy
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 i Queen street.
AT tho adjourned annual meeting of
. of tho Rojul Hawaiian Hotel Co.
held on Hie illtt July, I io fnllowing
ofllcerfa weio elected for the ensuing
G, W. Iaofarlano President,
E. (1. 51ncfailane....Vlcc.Piesident,
W. M Graham Treasurer,
It. Cuttoii Bccictnrv & Auditor.
15 U Secretary, H. II. II. Co.
rpiIK rcgulur Thuibday evening drill
JL of this Company is postponed until
TO-MORROW (Friday) EVENING, at
7 o'clock sharp, at which time every
member is ordered to appear lu Fatigue
Uniform. Per order.
J. W. PRATT,
16 2t Captain Commanding.
H H 1 1 It-o. n
To tho Secretaries of tho Reform Clubs
TITEMBERS of Reform Club who
XtX huvo changed Uiolr placo of rcsi.
donee enn, if they wish, add their names
to tho roll of tho Ward in which they
now reside. Thus withdrawing from
their former Club. It is ncccssiuy to bo
cmollcd o u member nf n Reform Club,
in order to bo qualified to vote for dele,
gates to the Reform Party Convention.
CENTRAL EX. COMMITTEE.
Ward I Notice.
Electors of Nobles.
ALL poisons eligible to vote for
Nobles, in Ward 1, arc hrrcby re
quested to meet nl the St. Alban's School
Bulhliug, on THURSDAY EVENING,
August 0, 1888, at 7:30 o'clock, for tho
pui pose of electing delegates to tho
Nominating Convention to bo held ou
Saturday ccning, August 11th.
JOHN H. PATY.
14 2t Chairman.
Electors of Nobles.
LL registered oteis lor Nobles are
. requested to attend a meeting at
tho Lyceum, Nuuanu street, on THUHS
DAY EVENING, August 9th. at 7:30
o'clock, for the purpose of electing dele
gates to tho Nominating Convention.
JAS. F. MOKUAN,
13 2t Secretary.
Electors of Nobles.
ALL persons entitled to vote for
Nobles in Ward 3, are nquesled
to meet at tho Reformatory School, on
THURSDAY EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock,
for the purpose of choosing delegates to
the Nominating Convention.
J. TV. Luxixa,
Secretary. 14 2t
Electors of Nohlo3.
TI1ERK will bo a meeting of electors
of WnrdJ.Hcfoim Cuib, eligible
to vote for Nobles on THURSDAY
EVENING, Angus,' Dtli. at 7::!0 o'clock,
in the Jury Room of Aliiolnni Hale, for
the piu pose of electing delegates to the
Nominating Convention to bo held on
Saturday evening, August 11th.
j; W. PRATT,
M. N. Kcxnkdv,
Secretary. 14 2t
Electors of Nobles.
THERE will be a meetiue: of "Ward 0,
Ilcfoim Club, ue.U THURSDAY
EVENING, August 8th, at 7:30 o'clock,
at the Aimory of the Honolulu Rifles, to
elect 1!) delegates and one at large to
the Convention to be held Saturday
evening, August 11, 188S. Per order.
G. F. McLEOD,
W- II. Hooos,
Secretary. 13 3t
Electors of Nobles.
ALL persons entitled to vote for
Nobles in Ward 0, are requested
to meet at the Armorv, ou THURSDAY
EVENING, at 7:20 o'clock, for tho pur.
pose of choosing delegates to tho Nomi.
THOS. E. WALL,
13 3t Secretary.
Electors of Nobles.
CITIZENS qualified to vote for Nobles
will pleiHe meet next THURSDAY
EVENING, August Otb, at Lour Branch
Hath House, nt 7:30 o'clock, to elct4
delegates to a Nominating Convention.
E. G. SCHUMAN,
13 '.it becrctaiy.
Ward 8 Notice.
Hectors of Nobles.
A MEETING of tho electors eligible
to vote for Nobles, in Ward 8th,
is called for the purpose of electing
delegates in pimuaueH wpli the instruc
tions of the Ceirr&l C u mlttcp. Meet
ing to be held T1ILMHIUY EVENING,
August Oth, at 7 :i0 o'cloi U, in the Gov.
eminent Nursery Building.
1 15. MrSrouicuit,
Srcictuiy. M 2t
A T a meeting of tho Centra Exccii
of tho Reform
Party, the following
"That tlio Secrotaiy of tho Central
Committee bo instructed to request the
Oillceia of the several Ward Clubs to
call a meeting in their respictlvo AVards
on Thursday oen!ug, August 9th, of
Electors for Noblc3, for tho puruoso of
ekcllnc Delegates to a Nomiimtinir
Convention to bo held SATURDAY
EVENING, August lltli, to nominate a
candidate for Noble."
Appoitionment to bo ono delegate for
each Ward organization, and one dole
gate for overy twenty-flvo electors for
Where there is no secretary or clmlr.
mau tho Ward Delegate is requested to
In pursuance with tho above resolu
tion, I lieioby request the oltlcers of the
several Clubs to call meetings as above
E. fi, SCHUMAN,
13 tit Secretary.
IF OU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise it in the Daily Bullbtiw
Ward 5 Notice.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
By older of J. II Putnam. Esq. U
uousut-ueneral, 1 win sell at iJuunc
Auction, at my Sale&rooni,
On FRIDAY, August 17, 1888,
-,- . . ... .'. ..?..
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A.
An assortment of
CLOCKS, ETC., ETC.
Belonging to the Estate of the late
VYm. Turner, deceased.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
THE LARGBTJREDIT SALE
At the Store of
Messrs. H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Has been postponed to
MONDAY, August 20th, 1888,
At 10 o'clock a. m., when a Large
Will be offered.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
DR. McWAYNE will be out of town
for a fortnight; Dr. Day will at.
tend to his pmcticc. 14 2t
THERE will be a special meeting of
ttio Honolulu Social Club, nt 7:H0
o'clock, on THURSDAY EVENING.
All membeis are requested to attend.
A. L. OKON,
13 St Secretary.
MUSIC furnished for balls, patties
and serenades by Palmer's Suing
Band. Orders left at C. E. Williams',
or l ing up Mutual Telephone 33U. 74 tf
DURING my absence fiom the King,
dom, Col. W. F. Allen will act for
mc in nil business mattcis under a full
power of attorney.
G. E. BOARDMAN.
Honolulu, July 27, 1B88. 01 lw
JLL of attorney to act
business matters during
for me in nil
from this Kingdom.
V. II. BEItTELMAN.
Honolulu, July 31, 1688. 10 lw
THIS morning, on King elicit orWal
kiki Road, between the hours of 7
and 9 o'clock, a Brown Leather Purse
containing $580 or more in U. 8. Gold
Notes. The finder on returning the same
to Mr. T. S. Westbrook, at Mr. Tinker's
meat market will receive a reward of
$80. 07 tf
BY a Norwegian family, without
children, the woman to cook and
do jjcncrttl housework, the man to mako
himself useful around the garden, and
drive a team. Either in Honolulu or
auy otlior island. For further parti
culars apply to
Harness Maker, cor. King & Fort sts.
Has just received by late arrivals a
splendid slock of
X.AJDI12S' & MISN'JS
is now selling
Honolulu Rifles, Attention.
TiTEMBERB will please
O. J. McCarthy the names of
ilmsn for whom they want Invitation
for Battalion Ball to be given FRIDAY
EVENING, August 20th. Per order.
1 1 3t COMMITTEE.
Voters for Nobles
Full and complete list in
50 ciaiva-'W xM3ii copy
On Sale at Hawaiian News Co,
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
X "The Dally Bulletin." CO couts
Boots, 4?- Sloes.
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levey.
I am Instructed by Mr. W. II. Graen.
hulgli, to sell at Public Auction,
ut his store on Fort street, on
Thursday & Saturday Evenings,
Aug. 9th & 11lh"at 7:30 P. M.
A large and well selected stock of Fancy
Good?, consisting of
Alliums, Opera & Fiold Glasses,
Telescopes, Stereoscopes, Music
Boxes, Toys, Picture & Portrait
Frames, Accordcons, ConcertinoB
MUSICAL GOODS !
Bronze, Bisque, Parinu & China
Ornaments, Satin & Fancy Glass.
ware, Cutlery and other Useful
Articles. Also a largo consignment
of Books, consisting of
Net & StaMarft Authors !
EjyThe above selection are all new
and imported specially for this market
by late urrlvjls.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
13 at Auctioneer.
Regular Cash Sale !
On FRIDAY, Aug. 10-At 10 a. m.
At mv Salesrooms, corner of Fort and
Qm.cn streets, will be sold at Public
Auction, a gmeral assortment of Mcr-
clmndisc, consisting of;
Dry Goods ! Clothing: !
Crockery & Glassware, Stts Pota-
toes, Corn, Onions As Garlic, Fresh
Apples, Gioccries, etc., etc. A quan.
Household Furniture !
Removed to my Salesroom for con.
venionce of Sale, and
One 331ack Horse
Suitable for Saddle and Carriage.
BY oider of W. C. Parke, Assignee of
tho Estate of A. K. Palekaluhi,
ol Honolulu, a bankrupt, I will sell on
On Saturday, Aig. 18, 88,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. HI-,
All the right title aud interest of the
said A. K. Palekaluhi and Kaluna lilj
wife, being a life interest for their own
lives in nnu to that piece of land situate
on the Ewa side of the Waikahalulu
Bridge, Honolulu, containing 1 50-100
acre, more or less, together with the
buildings thereon, to wit:
1 Dwelling House !
Fiontltig School street, and has sixteen
rooms, including Kitchen and Bath
room, nnd a Stable and Carriage House
in the rear of said Dwelling House, and
the Lot is about 225 feet by.275 feet
deep. And uUo all the Goods arid
Chattels of the said A. K. Palekaluhi
now on said premises and mentioned in
the schedule hereinafter written.
The purchaser or purchasers of the
Houses can remove them at his option
vtitliout any hmdiancc from the owners
in fee simple of the said land.
Terms arc Cash and deeds at expense
of the purchaser or purchasers.
For furthtr particulars enquire of W.
( Path:, or lo ilic undersigned.
Schedule heieinbeforc referred to:
Front Room 3 pairs Blinds, 8x12; 1G3
Verandah Pins, C pairs Blinds, 10x14; 2
Cans Paint Oil with Oil, 1 Carpenter's
Bench, 5 Carpenter's Uoiacs, 5 empty
Oil Cans, 2 IMut Cans, 3 Brushes, 9
empty Paint Tins, 1 keg 10 Ponuings
Nails, 2 kegs 8 Penuings Nails, 1 keg 3
Penning! Nails, 1 box of old Locks and
Screws, 1 Lime Brush, 1 China Jug, 2
empty Nail Kegs, 6 Doors, 1 lot Lumber,
1 roll Zinc for roofing, 1 bundle Roof,
lug (Tin), 2 Lauhala Mats.
Room in roar ol- abovo Room 2 pairs
Blinds, 1 pair Window Blinds, 1 old
Plane, Coi Crib Boards, 1 lot Car.
riage House Cover, 1 Basket, 1 empty
Box, 2 Bakine Pans, I empty Tea Can,
9 Tumblers, 2 Tumblers with handles, 1
Whiskey Glasses, 14 doz Butter Dibh, 3
Saucers, 0 small Plates, G small Colored
Plates, 2 Dinner Plates, 3 Pitchers, 31
Plates, 1 Bowl, 1 Tool Chest, A small
Pldnes, 2 Saws, 4 Kou Calabashes, 7
common Calabashes, 8 empty Boxes, 2
Saddles, 1 Saddle Bag, 1 Saddle Cloth,
1 Biiddlc, 2 Stool Chairs, 1 Ladder.
Kitchen 1 Stove, fixed down to tho
1ioufc;2 Tables, 3 Pots, 3 large Oven
Pans, C Chairs, 2 Lanterns, 2 Frylhg
Pans, 2 empty Trunks with Old News
papers. Walkikl Room 12 Window Weighty 1
Clock, 4 empty Boxes, 1 Iron Bedstead
with Mattruss and Curtain, 1 Chair and
On Ground 1 Hose.
Stable 1 Brake, for breaking horses
In; 1 Covered .Brake with Harness, 2
Carriage Lamps and 1 Carriage Horse.
Walkikl Side 1 Stable with 5 rooms, 1
old Harness and 1 lot H&rnets and 2 old
Carriage Lampi, 10 empty Barrels, 0
empty Cans, 1 Washboard, 2 coils Rope,
1 old Lantern, 2 coils Wire, 1 old Step
Undermaln Building 10 empty Kegs, 11
empty Boxes, 2' empty Barrels and 1 lot
tSyPortlon of this Land Is leased to
Eoinc 3 Portuguese for 0 years, and there
ate 2 more years to run of each; rental,
$30 per annum each, making $90 in all
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
14 td Auctioneer.
HAWAIIAN Fruit &Taro Co. Gen.
tlemen; I have mado a chemical
examination of the sample of Taro Flour
which you have submitted to mo and
find that same is entirely free from any
injurious eubstnnce whatever. Yours
very tiuly, Geo. W. Smith, Analyst.
Honolulu. Juno 1,1888. 71 lm
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advertise in tho Daily Bullbtim.
Jon, Nainsook, Linn, CiMiM anfl Flannelette.
0jPSomething New and Suitable for this Clhnate..jp(sr
On Account of He
GENUINE. CLEARANCE SALE.
BOOKS, STATIONERY & FAICY MODS
Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush it Leather; Bisque. Glass it Parian
IMCizsie Boxes, Toys, Book, Albnms,
And other things too nuineious to mention. All the above Goodb will
be ollercd at the Lowest Prices ever quoted in the Kingdom
Evening; Auction Sale ! Evening-Auction Sale!
Thursday & Saturday Even'g
Commencing ut 7:30 o'clock sharp.
lSPTc above Goods are New, Fiesh and of the Latest Design, having
been imported ex recent arrivals and were t-olected expressly for the trade.
ICg OJPEJIV EVESIYIFrGS-S -ggjl
IOC DFoi-c Street, Honolulu.
BST BARGAINS -J New Line of - BARGAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers sk Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever befoie. New invoice of
BHLP-HABDWABB, PLOWS & GEE MERCHANDISE.
Novelties ttud ITimey Oootlw, In JLui-ftjo T"axlety.
Preparatory School for Boys,
The Kamehameha Pieparntoij Sch ol
for Boys will be leady for the admis
sion ot pupils the last Tuesday in Octo
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, 1888.
A list of article! to be furnished by
parents will bo stnt on application to
Each pupil must bring a medical cer
This school is designed to fit boys for
tho Kamehameha School, nnd will pro
vide elementary instruction in langungc,
numbers and music.
The charges for tuition will be $60
per annum, payable in $30 installments
at the beginning of each term.
Further information may be obtained
by applying to the Principal,
10 lm MISS C. A. REAMER.
Notice of Removal !
W. C. Peacock & Co.
Httvo removed to the
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
03 lwd-47 ltw
LGISLATUrtE OF 1800. "The Daily
and Weekly Bulletin" contains the
only correct and reliable roports of tho
proceedings of tho present Legislature.
White Bros' Cement (full weight).
At lowest market rate.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
HTHE DAILY BULLETIN-The
X moat popuhvr paper published.
28 - 88 lm
Ware, Opera &
Th lecondyinr of the Ivamehnmeha
S"lionl fur B01 s will begin tho first
Tuusda.t in Sej t mber, 1888.
Manual training classes will bo pro.
Yidcd in Carpentry, Printing, Wood
turning. Blucksmithing, Plumbing, Sew
ing and Stonecuttlng.
Tho corps of Teachers consists of
Rev. Win. B. Oleson, Principal ;
Mr. H. 8. Townsend, Assistant Prin.
,.rM- oV' S Terry' Superintendent of
Mr. Levi Lyman, Miss L. L. Dressier
and Miss M. E. Hillebrand, Assistant
This school alms to give "a good edu
cation in the common English branches,
and also instruction in morals and in
such useful knowledge as may tend to
make good and industiious men."
The charges are $40 per year, with an
additional charge of $3 per year for in- -cidental
Further information may bo obtained
by npplylng to the Principal,
10 lm REV. WM. B. OLESON.
Bes,t Crown Brnnd.
8, and 9 Feet Lengths
Just landed Ex
For Sale in Quantities to Suit.
Also, 600 Bbls. White Bros.'
At the Lowest Market Rates.
WILDER & CO.
A Weelcly Newspaper in the Portu
P. A. Dlas, editor. Oftlnn nv. ir a
Gousalves & Go's store. Hnii .tr,t
Editor's offlcoyA-Sad" pridwi
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