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Office Water Works,
Honolulu, H. I., July 27, 18SS.
Holders of water privileges or
those paying water rates nro hereby
notified thtit the hums for using
water for irrigating purposes nro
from C to S o'clock a. si., untl from
4 to C o'clock r. si.
CHAS. H. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Workp.
Approved : L. A. Thuhston,
Minister of Interior.
BISHOP & Co., BACKERS
Hoaolulu, Hawaiian Inlands.
Draw Exchange on the
Buult oi Onlii'ornJn, . 33'.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONfi KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & bou, Londun
Tho Commoroial Hank Co., of Sydnoy,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Weill- gtou,
The Bank of British Coluubia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and l'ortlauii, Or
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1888.
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES, KEEP
OUT OF POLITICS.
Last year, about the beginning of
August, at the commencement of
the election, the Attorney-General
issued a circular to all officials in his
department, enjoining them to ab
stain from active participation in
politics. We (hen considered that
act of the Attorney-General wise
and proper. We arc of the same
opinion now. The following is an
axtract from the circular :
"It is necessary, in this Depart
ment, in order to promote the effi
ciency, and remedy the defects of
the Police force, to require of each
member of the force that he shall
abstain from all participation in par
tizati politics, beyondthe reasonable
exercise of the voting franchise. If
Police officials arc permitted to ac
tively intermeddle in the conduct of
a political canvass, the time thus
spent by them must be at the ex
penseof their olllcial usefulness. It is
therefore expected of each subordi
nate official of this Department, that
he shall in no way identify himself
with the electoral contest now about
to take place, nor take any part,
(further than to cast his vote), in
the conduct of the campaign. It is
not intended, nor will it be permit
ted, that the members of the force
shall be restricted in the free exer
cise of their rights as voters. Let
each one understand that he is at
liberty to vote for whomsoever he
prefers, without fear of the conse
quences. I shall expect any in
fringement of this right to he re
ported to me, while any violation of
the foregoing instructions as to non
participation in politics, will render
the person so offending liable to
summary dismissal from his office."
Shortly after, the Minister of In
terior followed suit, nnd addressed
a circular letter of similar import
"to the employees of tho Depart
ment of the Interior." Here is a
paragraph from the instructions:
"Your attention is directed to the
fact that a public Officer is a public
Servant, and that your duty is to
serve equally the wholo public. Ac
tive participation in an election cam
paign, and the advocacy of one party
or candidate against another, must
necessarily prevent that impartial
and unbiased discharge of tho du
ties of a Government Officer which
tho public have a rinlit to expect.
You are thercforo requested to ab
stain from taking any active part in
the coming or any future elections.
A neglect to comply with the fore
going will bo considered good cause
for removal from olllce."
Since tho general election several
gentlemen who were then active and
useful members of club organizations
have become employees of the Gov
ernment. Acting on tho instruc
tions above quoted, most of these
gentlemen have properly declined
to take any active part in the pre
sent campaign. At tho weeding of
Ward 8 last night, tho secretary re
signed because lie had becomo a
Government official. Another rjon
tlomon, nu employee of the Govern
ment, at Hie meeting of Ward 5, de
clined to accept nomination as dele
gate to tho Convention. Those gen
tlemen kept within tho instructions.
Rut auothcr gentlemen in Waul f,
who is an employee of the Govern
ment, did not show the same respect
for the published mandate of the
Minister under whom lie serves. He
nccepted the nomination, and
is a delegate for that ward. He
should not be. The proper course for
him to adopt, is to withdraw, cither
from active participation in politics
or from tho public service.
Just as we are going to press a
rumor reaches this olllce to the ef
fect that tho gentleman referred to
has since resigned.
Invitations nro being issued for a
hop to bo given by the Honolulu Ri
Ikfe' Battalion, at their niniory, on
Friday evening, Aug. 2-Ith.
Tin: steamers Likelike, lulnuca
Hon, Mokolii, Jas. Mnkee and Wni
nlcnlu will be due here to-monow, the
Kiiinu ami Mikulmlu Sunday.
Tur.ni: was talk among tho Omaha
"boys" this nioining, of their sailing
for Yokonnnia and Hongkong on
Wednesday next. They were 'not
jubilant over the prospects of reach
ing the China Seas in time for the
Two deserters from the TJ. S. S.
Omaha were caught in Smith's lane
yestenlay afternoon ; two moie were
captured on the city front, one on
board the bark Woolhihra; and the
fifth deserter was found at Ewn this
morning and anested. Police Officer
Knniauu lias lcceiveu -r"J lcwaid
from the ship for the captuie of the
deserters. Two moio are fatill at
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Cos. A and D at
Armory, at 7 :30 o'clock.
Meeting of Pacific Lodgo No. 1,
Daughters of Rebecca in Excelsior
Hall, at 7:0 o'clock.
Meeting of Hawaiian Tribe No.
1, I. O. K. M., in the hall of Oaliu
Lodge, K. of P., at 7:."0 o'clock.
Religious sen ices at St. Andrew's
Cathedra;, at 7 o'clock.
Complimentary ball at the Ha
The regular weekly social of the
Myille Social Club, will be held at
Gibson's Hall, at 7 :'M o'clock.
em:ctiox or uki.ugatcs.
Ward meetings of electors were
held last night in the different wards
into which the district is divided,
except ward 0, which has only one
person eligible to vote for "Nobles,
for the purpo-c of chosing delegates
to the Convention, to nominate a
candidate for the vacanej' caused in
the Legislature by the death of S.
Ward 1. "Mr. J. II. Paty, chair
man; Mr. J. D. Tucker, secretary
eleleelcd the following delegates:
J. T. Waterhousc Jr., J. II."Paty,
S. B. Koe, J. D. Tucker, T. W.
Ilobron, M. Mclneni', Thomas So-
Ward 2. Mr. II. Waterhousc,
chairman; Mr. J. F. Morgan, secre
taryelected the following dele
E. C. Howe, J. F. Morgan, F.
Harrison, D. Eaaun, II. Armitagc,
.7. Silvn, Awahi and E. S. Cunha.
Ward 0. Mr. Walter Hill, chair
man; Mr. D. Logan, secretary
elected the following delegates :
W. Hill, W. H. Oleson, V. A.
Dias, S. Kowlein, .Sam Ivamnka, AV.
A. Kinney, J. Siiuoiison, J. .1.
Lecker and J. K. 'Spalding. Short
speeches were made by JMcssis. Ole
son, Logan, Enimcluth, Hill, Ala
pal, Kinnev, Kaniaka and Akinn.
Ward 4.' Mr. J. W. Pratt, chair
man; Mr. M. N. Kennedy, secre
tary elected the following dele
E. H. F. Wolters, J. Asch, W.
F, Sharrat, W. E. Ilcnick, T. B.
Murray, W. L. Hopper, Moses Ke
liiaa, J. II. S. Kaleo, J. AV. Pratt,
Alex. AV. Bolster and Jas. Arm
strong. Ward 5. Geo. McLeod, chair
man; Mr. AAr. II. Hoogs, "secretary
elected tho following delegates:
AV. F. Allen, Dr. S. G. Tucker,
T. J. King, J. II. Fisher, J. A.
King, R. Grieve, L. C. Abies, J. J.
Sullivnn, C. Creighton, J. II. Hare,
J. J. Egan, C. J. McCarthy, M. IS'.
Sanders, A. Brown, E. C. Winston,
H. Ordciistoin, Chas. Zelglor, C. II.
Nicoll, J. W. McDoiiald, John F.
AVard 0. Mr. J. B. Athcrton,
chaiunan ; Mr. T. Wall, secretary
elected the following delegates :
J. Null, Chas. Ilustace, jr., J. B.
Athcrton, II. Lose, J. M. Vivas, II.
AVard 7. Mr. 11. J. Nolte, chair
man; Mr. E. G. Schuman, secre
tary elected tho following dele
II, J. Noltc, Thos. Douglas, Sam
Ilookauo and E. G. Seliuman.
AVard 8. Mr. A. Young, chair
man ; Mr. C. T. "Wilder, secretary
elected the following delegates : '
(J. Livingstone, J. Holing. J. Lu
cas, R. More, It, Ljsbmnn, AV. M.
Giffard, C. O. Merger.
Komo of the wards declared in fa
vor of Mr. AVilder, and others for
Mr. Schmidt. These appear to have
been considered the only two names
from which a choice la to bo made.
-T - -
In conjunction with his general
law practice, Col. M. Thompson has
adopted a practice in vogue in other
countries, viz., that of giving writ
ten opinions when desired, upon
facts stated to him in person, or by
letter. Olllce: corner of Fort and
Merchant (street, Honolulu.
The facts being staled, ho exam
ines the law and the authorities, and
gives hi9 written opinion as to the
provable result of a suit at law or
equity, as the case maybe, and such
opinion will, wo think, be a valua
ble guide to the client. The opin
ion will set forth the facts and cite
the law, and the authorities relied
upon iu support of it, so ns to be
easily understood by the client, and
with this opinion in his hand, the
client is, of course, at liberty to con
sult or employ any oilier person if
he should choose to do so.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS,
LUFOUU rUESTON, J.
Fkiuav, Aug. 10th.
Chas. Lorsen vs. J. T. Water
house and F. S. Lyman, Executor
of the estate of J. D. JNIills, deceas
ed. Defendant's motion of July
28, 1838, for a new trial. Plaintiff's
oral motion for dismissal of defend
ant's motion on the ground that no
tice was not given before jury were
discharged is argued and decision
for dismissal not allowed. Original
motion argued and decision re
served. C. Creighton for plaintiff ; "W. O.
Smith for defendants.
CI VI I. CASKS.
Kino Kukana vs. C. O. Berth
holts, from the 3d. Defendant de
murs to the plaintiff's authority
to bring suit and the Court sustains
the dem uncr.
Akana and Ah Hoo to. Ah Fook,
from the 8th. Judgment for plain
tiffs for horse, harness and wagon.
V." C. Parke, assignee of the es
tate of Choy Tin, vs. G. D. Frecth.
Assumpsit for $138.31 on promi
sory note. Defendant defaulted.
Judgment for plaintiff.
S. Khrlich s. Airs. A. Thiele for
J. F. Colburn vs. "vV. L. Wilcox
for $100 on piomisory note; con
tinued to 15lh.
Duncan McGregor vs. C. 15. Wil
son for $110; continued to 15th.
You asked me my little darling,
When I am comiinr home.
Do you know thl "world is full of dis
appointments To everyone that loam,
And dilllculties dcpiivc ns,
Of many a plan that's f owned,
Especially a pjor sailor
V, ho goe- over the seas through storms.
A s onward through the gathering haze
The gallant ship cuecis,
And"tlii' poor mai i- er at the wheel
Shift the helm b..ek and foith with
The t-hlp from Poit to Starboaid,
Will roll iu 1 lie suiginv foam,
As 1 whUpcr oh my darling,
I am coming coining home.
I lnve to hear from all my friends
ho live in foieign lands,
And read their letters over again,
P lined by their well-known hands,
Theiu is a plea lire in every line,
although sometimes scolding be,
And 1 -lull keep and ever cheerish
When I'm on the deep blue sea.
Hut oh the mptinc of that hour,
Whenever I may meet you,
I'll ki you for those scalding words,
And ihey will not be few;
For 1 w iU Kiss you for your sisters
And for your mother too
Then I'll kiss for my own sake,
Itemeinlicr it ill coine ti ue. .
Sometime iu eighteen eighty-nine,
AVhcn tices are heddlng leaves,
And the ship arrives iu harbor,
Krom over the raging seas;
It U then I will meet you darling,
l'oihaps In your own dear homo
IJ will bo theie Hint I will tell you
I've come no more to 10.1111.
Excuse this poor young lhymster ,
For it Is his lltst attempt
To tell you that he loves you
For rhe'past lHo years that went.
And now as he tells iou fiiinUly,
Though scoldings bo may get
He will beg yen to foi give Turn
For his unfeigned lament.
It Is hard to my exactly,
So uncertain is our time,
When the ship will come iu port again
Fiom this here tropical clime,
Aloha oe, and with a sigh
Faicwell we speak In pain,
Oh how it thrills my he.ut to think,
I am coming home again.
Ilonolu'ii) Aug L. Ibfefi.
i.i i i -nm...i!ni- i in . .ii
JUST MY SIZE I thee delicious
iJrcam Caked ihey b.iko to-day at
ttie "Elite" 10 U
IT hi-s been discovered by tho doctors
Out cooked Turn Flour U oxcilleut
tool for voili mid dclicut Inflicts, pro
p.iied n fdlotvs.: One taulc-poonful of
tookcJ Taio Fiour mixed wlt'i 1 tpinrt
of boiltnij milk. When oold feed tho
child with a liurfio bottle. Il will give
a child new life in a few weeks. j0 ;U
'TARO MUSH Peul the sick and
1. delicate pew ms on ecoked Taro
Flour Mindi, inado thin nnd prepared
lileo corn meal In boil ng water, nnd
Kri-cd wl h milk mi I sugar. Tuia mokes
an cleg wit mush. lU3t
"PARO BISCUITS M'xTuro Flour
J. very thiols iu builing water, theu
lo'l in illicit Hour and Joim into bus
in ti, u? little bultjr at bot'om of nan,
fcnifor a 11 tie uufcrovcr iho top of Taro
li-cuU. Uili makes a clictin nud ixcel.
"e.it Taio Cakui. 10 Ut
r RIDDLE CAKE-
Til;o half ivo
vjt iiuur ,'init
1'iirii Flout, oi o nr two
igKS, lutloMd',onetMB,.oiinfulof Royul
linking I'O'Ader to u cupful of each, buko
cr fry on uridine. jo at
''"ARO MUSH-U o a tnblojpoous.
L tul of ihoT.iro Flour to each per.
ii'ii nut mix thin, r panel like corn
meal in boiling water, tervu warmer
cjIiI with milk nnd sugar. Taro Mush
cau stand a day or two it desired, IU 3t
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
By o'der of J. H Putnam, Esu , U. S.
Consul-General, I will sell at Public
Auction, at my Salesroom,
On FRIDAY, August 17, 1888,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
An assortment of
CLOCKS, ETC., ETC.
Belonging to the EMato of tho late
Wm. Turner, deceased.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
THE LARGEGREDIT SALE
At the Sloie of
Messrs. U. HACKFELD & CO.,
Has been postponed 1
MONDAY, August 20th, 1888,
At 10 o'clock a. m., when a Large
Will be offered.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
THE Delegates to the Nominating
Convention of the Reform Party
will meet SATURDAY EVENING,
August Uth. at 7:30 o'clock, at tho Letr-
islaiivo Hall, AHiolani Hale, to choose"
a Nominee for Noble for an election to
be held August 22ml inst.
E. G. SOIIUMAN,
Secretary, Ceutral Ex Committee.
Honolulu, August 10, 188S. 10 2t
AT a meeting of the Central Execu
live Committee of the Reform
Party, the following resolution was
"That the Secretary of the Cential
Committee be instructed to lcqucstthe
Officers of the several Wnrd Clubs to
call n meeting in their respective Wards
on Thuisd.iy uening. August Otli, of
Electois foi 'Noble-', f r the purpose of
electing Delegates to a Nomination
Convention to be held SATURDAY
EVENING, August 1 uli, to nominate a
candidate for Noble."
Apportionment to bo one delegate for
each Ward organiza'ton, and ono dele
gate for every twenly.llve electors for
Where there Is no secretary or chair
man tho Ward Delegate is requested to
In purs'innce with Iho above resolu.
tion, I hereby request the officers of the
several Clubs tO'call meetings as above
E. G. SOIIUMAN,
13 fit Sccreiniy.
the thing for collectors of
A complete assortment just received
direct from New York.
All Sizes & Prices.
Intended purchasers will do well to
examine this lino boforc purchasing
elsewhere Sizes from 3if by 4Jf to
10? by 13Jx. For Bale only by tho
Hawaiian News Co.
YOUNG Qui, of Honolulu, Oahu,
baring this day mado an assign
ment to J. F. Hackfeld, ad persons hav.
ing any chains against tho said Young
Qui arc hereby" notified to present the
sumo to tho undersigned at tho offlco of
H. Hackfeld & Co within two months
from this date, and all pcreons indebted
to said Young Qui arc requested to
make Immediate pavmont to tho under,
signed. J. F. HACKFELD,
Asslgnco of Young Qui.
Honolulu, August 8, 1888. 10 St
MUSIC furnished for balls, patties
and serenades by Palmer's Siring
Hand. Ordeis left at O. 15. Williams',
or ring up Mutual Telephone 830. 74 tf
AT tho adjourned annual meeting of
of the Royal Hnwaiinn Hotel Co.
held on the 3lft July, the following
ofllcerb were dieted for the ensuing
O. W. Macfnrlono President,
K. O.Mucfarlane.... Vice-President,
W, M Grohum Treasurer,
R. Cation Secretary & Auditor.
15 It Secretary, II. H. II. Co.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will bo gratefully rcceiv.
cd for the use of Iho inmates of the
JJrunch Hospital for Lepers at Kakaako,
or at tho Leper Bettlmont on Molokoi,
If loft with J. T. Walerhouse, jr., at tho
Quoeu Blrcot Store t&f tf
T VAN'S BOAT BTJILDma
XX SHOP, Rear of Lucaa' Mill.
Auction Salos by Lewis J. Levoy,
I am instructed by Mr. W. II. Graen.
halgli, to sell at Public Auction,
ut his itore on Foif, street,
On Saturday Evening, Aug, 11,
AT 7:UO O'CLOCK,
A large and well i. elected stock of Fancy
Goods, consisting of
Albums, Opcrn & Field Glasses,
Telescopes, Stereoscopes, Music
Boxes, Toys, Picture & Portrait
Fi nines, Accordcons, Concertinas
MUSICAL GOODS !
Bronze, Bisque, Parian & China
Ornaments, Satin & Fancy Gla'
ware, Cutlery and other Useful
Articles. Also a largo consignment
of Books, consisting of
ISTTho nhovc selection are nil new
nnd imported specially for tills mnrkct
by late arrivals.
LEWIS J. "LEVEY,
Assignee's Notice of Sale !
BY order of AV. C. Par'tc, A-signee of
the E-,tat'i of A. K. l'nleki.luhi,
of Honolulu, u lmnkrupl, I will sell on
On Saturday, Aug. 18, 88,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. Jr.,
All the right title anil interest of Ihc
said A. K. Palekaluhi and ICihinahi-i
wife, being a lile interest for ihclr own
lives In nu I to thai piece of lun t situate
on the Kwa side of the Wnikahalulu
Bridge, Honolulu, containing 1 00 100
acre, more or less, tngrthtr with the
buildings therrou, to wit:
ins: House !
Fioutlug School street, nnd has sixteen
rooms, including K tchen and Bath
room, and a Stable uud Carriage Hoil3c
in the icar of Slid Dwelling House, and
the Lot is about 22G feet by 473 feet
deep. Ami nL-o nil the Coons and
Chattels of tho said A. K. Palekaluhi
now on slid premises and mentioned In
the s:heuule hereinafter written.
The purchaser or purchasers of the
Houses tau remove them at his ortion
without any Inndiance tiom the owi-cru
in fee simple of the said land.
Terms are Uush and deoi's at expense
of the purchaser or purchasers.
For further particulars enquire of W.
C. Parke, or to tho undersigned.
Schedule hereinbefore reterrid to:
Front Room 8 pairs Blinds, 8x12; 103
Veiandah Pins, G pairs blinds, 10x14; 2
Cans Paint Oil with Oil, 1 Carpenter's
liench, 5 Carpen'er's Horses, 5 empty
Oil Can'. 2 Pi.iut Cans, 3 Brushes, 9
empty Paint Tins, 1 keg 10 l'et.uings
Nails. 2 kegs S Penning Nails, 1 keg 8
Pennings Nail-;, 1 box of old Locks and
Scrows, 1 Lime Brush, 1 China Jug, 2
empty Nail Kegs, 0 Doors, 1 loi Lumber,
1 1 oil Zinc for roofing, 1 bundle Roof
ing ( I in), 2 Lauhala Mats.
Room in roar of above Room 2 paiis
Blinds, 1 pair Window Blinds, 1 old
Plane, hi do. Crib B ards. 1 let Car
riage House Cover, 1 Basket, 1 empty
box, J Hutting runs, 1 amply Tea t.an,
!) Tumblers, 2 Tumblers with handhs, 7
Whiskey Glasses, doz Butter Dish, 3
Saucers 0 small Plates, 0 small Colored
Plates, 2 Dinner Plates, 3 Pitchers 31
Plates, 1 Bowl, 1 Tool Chest, Vi-mall
Plane, 2 Saw.s, 4 Kou Ca'nl a-hes, 7
common Calabashes 8 emptv Boxes. 2
Saddles. 1 fuddle Bag, 1 Saddle Cloth,
1 Biiddle, 2 Stool Chairs, 1 Ladder.
Kitchen 1 Move, fixed down to the
homo; 2 Tables, 3 Pots, 3 large Ovtn
Puns, G Chairs, 2 Lanterns, 2 Fiylhg
Pans, 2 empty Trunks with Old News
Walklki Room 12 "Window Weight', 1
Clock, 4 empty Boxes, 1 Iron Bedsteud
with Mnttrasj and Curtain, 1 Chair and
On Ground 1 Hose.
Stable I Briike, for breaking horso
In; 1 Coven d ltrako with llurr.eo, 2
Carriage Lamps and 1 Can iago Horse.
Walkiki Side 1 btab'e with 5 r oms, 1
old Harness and 1 lot Haines and 2 old
Carriage Lamps, 10 imp y Brrels, 0
empty Cans, 1 ashbo'-rit, 2 coll Pope
1 old Lantern, 2 coils "Wire, 1 old Step
Undermaln Buildlog 10 empty Kegs, 11
empty Boxes, 2 empty Banols and 1 lot
Lumber. ' ...
KrPortion of Ihls Land is lease 1 to
some 3 Portugueso for 6 3 eai e, and there
aio 2 more jears to run of each: rental,
980 per annum each, making C0 in bll
"LEWIS J. LEVEY,
14 td Auctioneer.
by lato nrrlvals
is now selling at oxtrcmely
Low Prices. lm
Honolulu Rifles, Attention.
MEMBERS will please hand Capt.
O. J. McCaitby the names of
those for whom they want invitation
for Battalion Ball to bo given FRIDAY
EVENING, August 25lh. Per older.
11 3t COMMITTEE,
THIS morning, on King street or Wal
kiki Road, between iho hours of 7
and 0 o'clock, a Brown Leather Purse
containing $0SO or moie in U. 8. Gold
Notes. The finder on returning the Bamo
to Mr. T, S, Wcstbrook, nt Mr, Tinker's
meat market will receive it roward of
$80. 07 tf
HE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
"Tho Dally Bulietlu." 60 cents
MmwmMwaw awfyyicgfluitw-i'iiiii jgjgggjgjaaMi
Jean, Mused, Linen, Canlonlannel and Flannelette.
Something New nnd Suitable for this ClimatctJ?
On Account of Removal
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
BOOKS, STATIONERY & FAICY GOODS,
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
Iu Plush it Leather ; Risque, Glass & Parian Waro, Opera &
Marine Glasses, Telescopes,
"MCxxstio Boxes, Toys, Books, .Alli.iixs9
And other things too numerous to mention. All the above Goods will
bo offered at tho Lowest 1'rieen over quoted in the Kingdom
Evening Auction Sale ! Evening Auction Sale!
Thursday' & Saturday Even'g
flJSTThe above Goods are New,
been imported ex recent arrivals and
!- "ODPESN 3E"V3BIVITVOS "BJ
W. H. GRAENHALGH
IOO IToi-c Street, Honolulu.
m.mLm thti mthv
KW BARGAINS -I New Una of EST BARGAINS "XBa
Lamps, Chandeliers Z& Lanterns,
At Loner Prices than ever before. New invoiee of
SHLF-HAEDWABE, PLOWS k SEN! 1RCIA1ISE.
NovoltieR ttixiX TTttwoy GoocIh, Iu JLiurgro Variety.
Preparatory School for Boys.
The Kamchameha Piepuraiorj School
for Beys will he rea ly for the admit,
sion of nuplls Iho latt Tuesday iu Octo.
Onlyallmllcd number, between tho
ages of 7 and 12, will be received this
year, and thoso desiring to enter iho
school must make application previous
to October 1, 1888.
A list of articloi to bo furnished by
piireuls will bo sent on application to
Each pupil must bring a medical cer
tificate. This Fchool Is designed to fit boys for
the Kamchameba School, nnd will pro
vldoiolementary instruction in language,
numbers and mUsic.
The charges for tuition will bo $ R0
per annum, payable In $30 Installments
at the beginning of each term.
Further information may bo obtained
by applying to the Principal,
10 lm MISS C. A. REAMER.
LGISLATURE OF 1880. "Tho Dally
and Weekly Bulletin" contains tho
only correct and reliable reports of tho
proceedings of tho present I.egitlaiuio.
THE regular Thursday evening drill
of this Company Is postponed until
TO.MORHOW (Frlduy) KVENING, at
7 o'clock sharp, at which time every
member is ordered to appear in Fatigue
Uniform. Per order.
J. W. PRATT,
15 2t Captain Commanding.
"White Bros' Cement (full weight).
At lowest market rate,
G. W. MAGFARLANE & GO.
28 - 88 lm
7:110 o'clock shatp.
Ficbh nnd of the Latest Design, having
were selected expressly for the trade.
Tli second vein of the ICamehameha
S-1 ool fur !Jis will bcuin the first
Tuesday in Sc tt mber, 18S8. .
.Manual tunning classes will he. pro
vided in Carpentry, Printing, Wood
turning. Blacksnnihing, Plumbing, Sow
ing atid Stonecuttiug.
Tho corps of Teachers cdnsists of
Rev. Win. B. 01e3on, Principal ;
Mr. H. 8. Townsend, Assistant Prin.
Mr. W. S. Terry, Superiutend'ent of
Work Shops ;
Mr. Levi Lyman, Miss L. L Dressier
and Miss M. E. Hillobrand, Assistant
This school aims 10 give "a good cdu.
cation in the common Englhh branches,
and also instruction in morals and In
stun useful knowledge as may lend to
make good nnd induttiious men."
The charges are $40 per year, with an
additional charge of 3 per year for In.
Further information may bo obtained
by applying to the Principal,
10 lm REV. WM B. OLESON.
Corriateu Iron !
Best Crown Brand.
6, 7, 8, and 9 Feot Lengths
Just buided Ex. Ship "Cookcrmouth"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit.
Also, tOO Bhls. White Bros.'
At tlie Lowest Market Rates.
WfLDER & co.
A Weekly Newspaper in tho Portu
P. A, Dias, tdlior. Office over M. A.
Qoiisalves & Oo.'s store, Hotel street.
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