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H& &gjS. M' fnl nominee, INlr. W. ('. Wilder.
WMt:: """ This is the only honoinblp course.
Hf' Being a part of the Convention, they
B Regi itration Notice. sUouUl ftWii h-thu tiioii:u f -
f jority of its members.
The undesigned Board of "Inspec
tors nupoii led to register voters for
Nobles in the District uf Honolulu,
will be in session at the iiflico of Mr.
M. D. idonsnrrat from 2 to l . M.
on Wednesday, August lritb, and
Saturday, August IStli, and at the
oflico of Dr. C. T. Hodges froni (i to
8 l. M. on the evening.'' of (lie siune
Only thoho ieri)iis who aio en
titled to vote for Nobles and who
were not mi legislercd at the last
election need present thenn-olvcs.
C. T. KODQEHS,
J. M. KANEAKUA,
M. D. MONSAltRAf,
18 lw Inspectors.
Officii Watkk Wokks, )
Honolulu, JI. I., July 27, 18S8. J
Holders of water privileges or
those paying water rates are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes arc
from G to 8 o'clock A. m., and from
4 to (5 o'clock r. m.
C1IAS. B. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved: L. A. Tiiuhston,
Minister of Interior.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange ou lue
JBCaulc oi Ou.lilbiriil.lt, S?.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. iM. Rothschild & Sou, London
The Commercial Bunk Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Oliristchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. O.i and 1'ortland, Or.
Transact a General Banking .Business.
Pledged to un'tier Sect nor Party,
But cstaklisttii fcr iie isxtpi of all.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1SSS.
A DEFECT REVEALED.
Last Monday's rain revealed a de
fect in that newly made part of
King street, beginning at Fort street
and ending at Nuuami street. Per
haps it would be more correct to say
that the rain proved the defect, be
cause it was already perceptible to
the observant eve. The water re
mained iu pools in different places,
long after the rain had ceased fall
ing. The street is too near level
from side to side not suillciently
rounded in the centre. A very little
wear will make the centre as low as
the outer sides. Then there is not
proper provision made for the es
cape of the water when it has col
lected at the sides, ?o that it re
mains there until it disappears by
percolation and evaporation. A
fundamental requisite in scientific
road-building is drainage. This
has been overlooked in the section
of street referred to.
A QUERY ANSWERED.
A correspondent sends us the fol
lowing quory: "As a member of
Ward 2, I would respectfully ask
your opinion whether a member is
bound by the action of the dele
gates, when at the Convention held
Saturday night, two of the dele
gates went back on their instruc
tions?" We take it, that a delegate is
simply a representative, and a re
presentative is expected to carry
out the wishes of the person or per
sons represented, so far as those
wishes are known, and so far as
circumstances will admit of his com
plying therewith. When a delegate
is definitely instructed, we think he
K Nsbould obey those instructions, or if
for any reason ho is disinclined to
'. do so, he should resign. When a
delegate deliberately ignores Ills in
Btructions, we should not consider
his constituents bound by his acts.
Willi regard to Saturday night's
Convention, we hold that every dele
gate is in lienor bound to abido by
the decision of the majority. Tho
two gentlemen whoso names were
boforc the Convention as candidates
for tho House of Nobles, very pro
perly mado their candidacy depend
ent upon the choice of the delegates,
It appears that some prisoners arc
in the habit of stripping and wash
ing themselves or bathing, of an
evening, after their day's work is
done, at the Government well, not
far from Government house, on the
Waikiki side. There can bo no ob
jection to the washing or bathing.
It is a good tiling. "Cleanliness is
next lo godliness," and we cannot
have too much of cither. Uut'thcro
is decided objection to ablutions be
ing performed in a state of nudity,
in a place that is exposed to the ga.c
of people passing along the public
street near by. Complaints of this
have been made at this ofllcc. It
is doubly objectionable when tlio
bathers shout offensive language to
passers-by. This offence has also
been reported to us. A young lady
was passing tho locality one evening
last week, when some unbecoming
language saluted her car. expressly
directed to tier. Probably tho lady
referred to is not the only one who
has been similarly insulted. We have
here called the attention of the pro
per authorities lo the matter, with
the liopc and expectation of the
grounds of complaint being removed.
APOLOGISE LIKE A GENTLEMAN.
Editor Bllm:tik: I would like
to make a few remarks on the very
uncalled for attack on Mr. Lucas in
yesterday's "Advertiser," and the
very lame apology in its issue of
Mr. Lucas has been a member of
the 8th Ward Reform club since its
inception, has attended all its meet
ings and YOlcd for delegates to both
conventions, and in fact was work
ing for Reform when the writer
in the "Advertiser" was going to
school. Then why was he attacked
by the "Advcrlisci ?" Simply 1 think
because they wisli to sit upon any
one not in sympathy or ruled by the
little narrow minded bigated "Fa
mily Compact," who wisli people to
think they should set all the credit
for the overthrow of the late admin
istration. The general public would be
greatly edified no doubt lo learn of
the arrant cowardice displayed b' a
large section of the F. C. in time of
danscr and unless there is in the
future less of "We killed the bear"
in their talk, thev will be exposed.
The mill is still grinding, although
on only four days of each week. It
is expected that grinding for this
season will close in about G or 8
weeks hence. Mr. Cropp, the
Manager of the Koloa Plantation
and Sugar Mill, lias just returned
from a few days' visit to Honolulu.
Of stores we have abundance to
supply our wants, there being seven
stores here. One of these is kopt
by a true and loyal citizen of the
United Stales of America, Mr. Fred.
J. Turner, who is at all times will
ing to sell a suit of clothes for 15
or some crackers and cheese, or a
can of salmon, if a man should feel
Wc shall have a band here soon.
In fact there is one already. Dr.
Smith lias organised a band. They
only began to practise lately, and
when they will be more proficient,
wc hope to have an occasional treat
of choice music.
REGISTRATION FOR NOBLES.
The Board of Inspectors of Elec
tion for the district of Honolulu,
composed of Dr. Rodgers, Mr. J.
M. Kancakua and Mr. M. D. Mon
sarrat, held a session at the ofllcc of
Mr. M. D. Monsarrat, Merchant
street, from 2 to -1 o'clock this af
ternoon, for the purpose of register
ing voters for JJobies. Another
session will be held this evening,
from G to 8 o'clock, at the ofllcc of
Dr. Rodgers, Hotel street. The
Board will bo in session also on Sa
turday, the J8th inst., at the same
hours and in the same places.
The object of these sessions of
the Board of Inspectors is to enable
all persons whp arc entitled to vote
for Nobles, but havo failed to qual
ify by registration, to register.
Tlioso whoso names wore on the roll
at tho last election arc not required
to present themselves again, and
otherwise qualified whose
names aro not there can please them
selves whether tliey place them there
now or not; but if they are debar
red from voting on the day of elec
tion on account of their own neg
lect, they will have themselves and
nobody else to blame. The Govern
ment is doing its part.
Tho qualifications ior registration
aro set fortli in Article SO of tho
Constitution. Among other tilings,
an elector must own taxable prop
erty in tho country, over and above
nil encumbrances, to the value of
$51,000, or shall havo received nn
incomo of not less than 8000 during
tho year next preceding his regis-
Thete will shortly bo an auction
sale of household furniture and pic
tures, at Lnhaina, Ihuii. l'iio m ti
des to be sold arc the property of
Mrs. II. Turlon, who is about lo
leave tho country. Among tho pic
tures are some very valuable paint
ings the productions of master ar
tists. Some of these pictures are
probably without duplicates in this
country. There will not be many
purchasers of such rare works
of art in Lahaina. But the oppor
tunity may possibly be embraced by
some of the wealthy in this city lo
add to their treasures in the line of
high class paintings, and for that
rcnon the above information is here
THE DAILTbuLlETTn is a live
JL evening paper fiO cents per month.
I nwwt Toniiliir napur published.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
1 advertipp it in the Daily ltui.iiK
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
Under inMructions from Messrs. G. W.
Macfarlano & Co. I will oiler at
Public Auction on
Saturday Evening, Aug. 18th,
A choice selection of
.1 Al flr
In many cases the articles offered
will lie sold without icscrvc in
order to close consignments.
The Goods to be offered comprise a
Best Eng, Furniture !
Inlaid & 31'k Walnut Tables,
Parlor Chairs, Whatnots, Music
Stands, Invalids Commodes,
Willow and Carpel Folding Chairs,
Wall Brackets, Etc., Etc.
French Guipure and Lace Curtains,
Soudan & Madras ditto,
Gent's Dressing Gowns,
Victoria and Bishop Lawns 1
Fancy Dress Stripes,
India and Burmah Muslins,
India Linen, Suiss Muslin and
Swiss Spot, Wutcrprooffl, Table
Linen, Turkish Towels, Dath
Sheets, Etc , Etc., Etc.
-A large line of-
and English BRIC-A-BRAC I
Dresden, Faience & Chinaware
Flower Vases, Tea Sots, Buiscuit
Jars, Cabinet Ornaments, French &
English Clocks, Table Cutlery,
Jewel Boxes, Glassware,
EPusic Boxes, Etc.
Als a choice lino of
3? I CTUR,JES
Oil Paintings, Water Colors,
SUol HnguiYiiigj 8U'l a few
genuine etchings from tho well
known Art House of Hildeshcimcr
& Co., Loudon. Also a line of
CARPETS & RUGS !
Axminster, Persian, Mecca & Tanjoro.
The above comprise the choicest bc.
lectwn of this line of Goods oyer hiought
to this market. Alto a small invoice of
Ladies' Faus !
Will be offered. Thin line includes
White ifc Colcrtd Oiiuzt, handsomely
mounted and hand p.uulul iu exquisite
colors and designs.
2CSrTliG Salo will take place at
my Salesroom, commencing at 7:30
JAS. F. MORGAN,
"WOMAN to lako care of a child
and make herself useful, trood
wages to a responsible ncrou. Apply
toain-'ortHtrcct. 'M lw
. , . .
Strayed or Stolen.
IHOM the stable of tho undersigned
. on the evening of Monday -""g-I'.lth,
one Son el Horse. A suitable
leward will ho given for information
tliut will lead to its recovery.
HOLUSTKR it CO.,
SOU 10!) Kort Mi uet
THE regular quarterly meeting of tho
Union Feed Company (Limited),
will bo held at thu Company's olllec,
Qiicmi blieot, on THUltSpAY, Kith
hut, at 2:'M p.in.
8. F. GKAHAJ1, Keeietary,
Honolulu, August 10, 1688. 20 it
By order of A. J Cllwnhl, Ksq ,
Assignee of the Ustnto of W. Lalne,
1 will sell at Public Auction
On FRIDAY, August 17, '88,
AT VA O'CLOCK SOO.,
At the icar of Lucas' Mill,
One Large Wooden Building,
And One Half of the long Sheds at
Mr. Lucao' Stables. 1 Sln-d Is cov.
crcil with Corrugated Iron.
"Buildings to bo removed within
5 days from date of Sale.
JAS. F. MOllGAN,
By older of J. II Putnam, Ksq , U. S.
Consul-Gcaeral, 1 will sell nt l'nblic
Auction, at my Salesroom,
On FRIDAY, August 17, 1888,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. HI.,
An assortment of
CLOCKS, ETC., ETC.
Belonging to tho Estate of the late
Vm. Turner, deceased.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
THE LARGEGREDIT SALE
At the Store of
Messrs, H. HACKFELD & CO.,
lias been postpqned lo
MOND, August 20th, 1888,
Wilt bc offered.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kcai of Lucas' Mill.
MR. A. M. HEWETT,
Stationer & Newsdealer,
Purposes leaving for the Coast in
October prior to which he
offers the wholo of his
Handsomely Assorted Stock
for Cash !
Do not be alarmed that you will not bo
able to purchase in Honolulu a Hand
some Christmas Presents ns in San
Francisco for Mr. llowctt is going to
select such a stock as will suit the most
fastidcous and surprise our little city.
figfAll parties now indebted to him
aro respectfully requested to make
immediate settlement. 19 2m
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
"The Dally Bulletin." 50 cents
5,000 Pkgs !
Hay, Grain, Feed k Flour,
Just received per bktno "Bam'l Q.
FOB SALE CHEAP
JOHN I Hil & CO.,
THE ONLY PAPER read by all
X classes "Tho Daily Bulletin.'1 00
cents per month.
And For Salo at Unusually Low Rates.
rVHLWAUKEE BEER !
WM. J, LEMP'S
In Pints and Qnaits.
W. C. Peacock & Co.
17J Merchant St, Honolulu. Uw
1 F YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advcrtUo in the Duvy Buiktin.
EY nrdoi of W. C. Parke, Assicnco of
tho Estate of A. K. l'alckaluhl,
of Honolulu, a bankrupt, I will sell on
On Saturday, Aug. J S, 8S,
AT IU O'CLOCK A. .IT.,
All the right title and Interest of the
said A. K. Palekaliihi and Kaltina hii
wife, being a life Interest for their own
lives in anil to that piece of land situate
on the Kwn shlo of the Walkalinlulu
Bridge, Honolulu, containing 1 00100
acre, more or less, together with the
buildings thereon, to wit:
1 Dwelling; House 1
Fronting; School street, and has sixteen
rooms, including Kitchen and Bath,
loom, and a Stable and Carriage llouso
In tho rear of said Dwelling House, and
tho Lot is about U25 feet by 275 feet
deep. Ami also all tho floods and
Chattels of the said A. K. l'alckaluhl
now on said 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 slmplo of the bald land.
Terms arc Cash and deeds at expense
of the purchaser or purchasers.
For further particuhirs cnipiire of W.
C. Park'-, or to the undersigned.
Schedule hereinbefore reieirul to:
Front Room 3 pairs Blinds, 8x12; 103
Vuriiudiih Pins, G pairs Blinds, 10x14 ; 2
Cans Paint Oil with Oil, 1 Carpenter's
Bench, fl Carncuior's Horses, 5 empty
Oil Cam, 2 Piiint Cans, 8 Brushes, n
empty Paint Tins, 1 keg 10 Pennings
Nails, 2 kegs 8 Pennings Nails, 1 keg 8
Pennings NalU, 1 box of old Locks and
Screws, 1 Lime Brush, 1 China Jug, 2
empty Nail Kegs, tl Doors, 1 lo! Lumber,
1 loll Zinc for roofing, 1 bundle Roof
ing (lin). 2 Lauhiila Mats.
(loom In tear ol abovo Room 2 pairs
Blinds, 1 pair Window Blinds, 1 old
Plane, doz Crib Boards, 1 lot Car.
rine lloiiM! Cover, 1 Basket, 1 empty
iiox, 2 linking I'nns, 1 empty Tea Can,
'.) Tumhlcis, 2 Tumblers with handles, 7
Whiskey Glares, J doz Butter Dish, 3
Sauccis, b small Plates, G small Colored
Plates, 2 Dinner Plates, 8 Pitchers, HI
Plates, 1 Bowl, 1 Tool Chest, A small
Planes, 2 Saws, 4 Kou Calnbashes, 7
common Calabashes, 8 empty Boxes, 2
Saddles, 1 Saddle Bag, 1 Saddle Cloth,
I Briddle, 2 Stool Chairs. 1 Ladder.
Kitchen 1 Stove, llxcd down to the
houic;2 Tables, 3 Pots, 3 largo Oven
Pans, G Chairs, 2 Lanterns, 2 Fiyilig
Pans, 2 empty Trunks with Old News
Waikiki Room 12 "Window Weight-', 1
Clock, 4 empty Boxes, 1 Iron Bedstead
with Mattrasi and Curtain, 1 Chair and
On Ground 1 Hose.
Stable 1 Brake, for breaking horses
in ; 1 Covered Brake with Harness, 2
Carriage Lumps and 1 Carriage Horse.
Waikiki Side 1 Stable with 5 rooms, 1
old Harness and 1 lot Harness and 2 old
Carriage Lamps, 10 empty Barrels, G
empty Cans, 1 Washboard, 2 colli Hope,
1 old Lantern, 2 coils "Wire, 1 old Step
Undormain Buildinn 10 emntv Kecs. 11
empty Boxes, 2 empty Barrels and 1 lot
CrFoitiou of this Land is leaseJ to
tome 3 Portuguese for C yean, and there
aic 2 more yeuis to run of each; rental,
$30 per annum each, making 8'JO iu all
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X 28 columns, purely local matter
Jill l leu t J
foreign countries, $5 per
1st Annual Picnic
Park Beacli Hotel, Aug. 16, '88
First Bussei leave corner Hotel & Fort
street at 2 v. u., direct to the Picnic
Ground, and ovcry half hour
HOU.l TJlir l-'AUK, OO CKXTW.
On arrival Opening Chorus by tho
Arion: "The Day of Our Lord," after
which will bo social games for young
Dancing in tho afternoon and evening
with intermediate singing of the Club.
Bus Tickets for the round trip may
bc purchased at the oftlce of Pantheon
Stables, or of Mr. B. F. Ehlers. Thoso
not holding tickets will be charged 00
conls each way.
SOT Complimentary Tickets can bo
had on application to J. Bartram, J.
HubaBh, Oil. Gerlz and H. J. Nolte,
which have to be presented nt tho gate.
Hart & Co. have secured the privilege
lo supply Lunches, Ice Cream, Lemonado
and other refreshments ou the occasion
of the Arion Picnic and Ball at Park
Beach Hotol. 17 4t
ALL bills standing six months and
over, that are not paid by August
22nd, will without further notice bo
placed in the hands of a collector.
18 lw N. S. SACHS.
0 the Creditors of the Estate of Y.
Anin, of Honolulu, a bnnkrupt,
That tho undersigned, Asslgnco of
tho Estate of Y. Anln, a bankrupt, lias
preparatory lo his final account and
dividend, submitted his accounts iw
such Assignee nnd filed tho same bc.
foro Hon. It. F. Bickerton, Justlco of tho
Supremo Court, at his Chambers, to
whom he will apply at 10 o'clock a. m.,
on MONDAY, August 20th, 1888, for
settlement of said accounts and for a
dlBchargc from all liability as such
Atsiguce, and for an order to make
a final dividend.
Ami that any person interested may
then nnd there appear and conlcFt the
same. W. C. PARKE,
Aeslunee of tho Bankrupt Estate of
Honolulu, August 10, 1888. 18 4t
TOP PRINTING of all kinds exe.
0 cutcd at the Daiy Bulletin Ofllcc.
Jean, Nainsook, Linen, GantoiiAaiinel mil Flannelette.
jrjtfSoniolhing Now nnd Suitable for this Climate. &$
On Account o
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' "Work Baskets,
In Plush & Leather; Bisque, Glass & Parian Ware, Opera it
Marino GIusbcs, Telescopes,
BJCixsic Boxes,Toys, Books, -AJLIiumijs,
And other things too numerous to mention. All the above
Goods will ho offered at the
Lowest Prices m ptoi In fti Kiniflom !
fi3TTlic above Goods are New,
been imported ex recent arrivals and
&3 OJPDEW EVEWING-S -fl
W. H. GRAENHALGH
3 OCS IToi-t Street, Honolulu.
W BARGAINS -J Now
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices lliau ever before. Now invoice of
SHLF-HARDWAEB, PLOWS & BEN'L MERCHANDISE;
NovoliicH nnd ITiiixoy GoocT, Xtx JLini'jje "Viwritsty.
Preparatory School for Boys.
The Kamehameha Preparatory School
for Boys will be realy for thu mliui--slon
ot pupils tho Uibt 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
suhool must make application previous
to October 1, 1888.
A list of articles to be furnished by
parents will bo strut on application to
Each pupil must bring a medical cer
tificate. This school Is designed to fit hoys for
the Kamehameha School, and will pro
vide elementary instruction in language,
numbers and music.
The charges for tuition will be G0
per annum, nyablc in 980 installments
at tho beginning of each term.
Further information may be obtained
by applying to the Principal,
10 I'm MISS C. A. REAMER.
MUSIC furnished for bnlls, patties
and serenades by Palmer's String
Band. Orders left at 0. E. Williams',
or riug up Mutual Telephone Sllfl. 7-1 tf
"White Bros' Cement (full weight).
At lowest market rate.
G. W. MAGFARLANE & CO.
Pholograpliic View Albums.
Just tho thing: for collectors of
A complete assortment just received
(lrcet from New York.
All Sizes & Prices.
Intended purchasers will do well to
this line before purchasing
elsewhere Sizes from 3H by 4M
0M by Vi4
For bale only by tho
Hawaiian News Co
- w -
Fresh and of the Latest Design, having
were selected expressly for the trado.
Line of fj-BAHGAINS
Th perond year of tho Kamehameha
S'-hool for Ilovs will begin the first
Tuesday In Sc i. mber, 18S8.
Manual training classes will be pro
vided in Carpentry, Printing, Wood.
turning. Blacksmithing, Plumbing, Sow
ing and Stonccutting.
The corps of Teachers coasists of
Ilov. Wm. B. Olcson, Principal ;
Mr. H. S. Townsend, Assistant Prin
cipal; Mr. W. S. Terry, Superintendent of
Mr. Levi Lyman, "Miss L. L, Dressier
and Miss M. E. Hillcbrand, Assistant
This school aims to give "a good edu
cation iu the common Englit-h branches,
and also instruction iu morals and In
such useful knowledge as may tend to
mako good and industrious men."
The charges aro $40 per year, with an
additional charge of $3 per year for In.
Further information may be obtained
by applying to the Principal,
10 lm REV. WM. B. OLESON.
taiuM Iron !
Best Crown Brand.
6, 7, 8, and 9 Feet Lengths
Just landed Ex. Ship "Coekermouth"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit.
Also, COO Bhls. White Bros.'
At the Lowest Market Rates.
WBLDER & CO.
Notice of CoportiiorHhii),
THE undersigned have thj day
formed a eoimrtnerthlp to conduct
a retail store on Kliiau street, Honolulu,
uuder the stylo of Andrado & Co.
Honolulu, August , 1888. ' 17 3t
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