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Tenders will bo received at the
office of the Board of Education
until 12 o'clock noon on MONDAY,
the 3rd of December next, for the
construction of a School House, 20x
40x12 feet, including materinl, at
Kaanapali, in the District of Lahainai
Island of Maui, accouling to plans
and specifications to be seen at the
ofllco of tlio Boaid. Also, for two
Smaller Houses, ll.24xlO feet each,
at ICnka and Malamu, in Pima, Ha
waii, until MONDAY, the 10th of
t Duplicate plans of the l'una houses
maybe seen by application to the
School Agent of. the District.
By order of the Board of Educa
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, Nov. 9, 1888.
Notice to Government School
The attention of all Government
School Teachers is hereby called to a
recently published ouler of the Board
of Education, requiring theii attend
ance at their respectio schools, daily,
at least 15 minutes befoio 9 o'clock
a. m., the logulir hour for opening,
and to a I'ltOPElt OBSERVANCE
THEREOF, BY ALL, as therein
By order of tho Boaid of Educa
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, Nov. 7, 188S.
Relating to Tuition Fees.
Agreeably with the provisions of
p law on tho subject, Tuition Pees at
'the rate heretofore charged in all
pf grades of Foit Street School, in this
', "J' i" UC UUIUIIIUCU, UUl pupils
attending the HIGH SCHOOL
MCOURSE will be charged at tho
higher late of ONE DOLLAR, PER
WEEK, from and after the 1st of
January, 1889. All other Govem-
;y ment Schools arc FREE.
vBy order of the Board of Educa-
fl tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, Nov. 7, 1888.
Si' n ...
'a tig ffiulliffitt
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Mfl - But established for the benefit of all.
t SATURDAY, NOV. 10, 1888.
But few people will question the
' Wisdom Of nrnvidinrr in Iinnlfli n.,il
j.rt a .-" ..-v.
ajfvigor for sickness and old age, or of
umaiuj; provision 10 meet, mc needs
of dependent ones when death re
moves the prop of their support.
W J He who wilfully neglects cither one
or the other is accounted unwise.
K "Prepare for a rainy day," is al-
"most universally endorsed as good
r advice, whether it be acted upon or
J not. A man who is alone in the
ft world, and intends passing through
gflit alone, may be excused for exclud
ing from his mind all concern for
tho future so far as it relates to this
i world only, although most people
will consider his course unwise all
;-the same. But is such conduct
even excusable in a man who has a
wvife and children, or either, depen
dent upon him for the needs of life?
No. It is his bounden dutv to nro-
vidc, if possible, for the contingency
srof their being left, through accident.
p or any other form of death, without
Wilis needed support. This is an easy
Kuuty for the rich and well-to-do.
ff'.Vf,,!- nf IIiaIm nllilnilnnnn nw nnmn..
ilwwu w buui .tuuuuuiiuu ui uuuuju"
tenco they can provide for their de-
penuants. um, tue majority oi men
arc not in cither of these fortunate
Uo them is
They are poor, and life
a perpetual oozing of
the brow in providing
ior the present needs of themselves
Fortunately for mankind modern
clYilization has devised a way hy
.which the poor as well as the rich
can make easy provision for tho fu-
turo by insuring their lives. The
ayment of n small annual picmium,
which most men in health and ic-
gulnr employment can afford, is nil
that is required ; and the younger
the age at which a man insures the
smaller is the premium. A man
may insure ior ms own oeneiit in
old'nge or for tho benefit of his fam
ily when ho is gone, To find illus
trations of tho latter class of benefit,
it is not necessary to travel far.
Within tho current year tho columns
of tho Bulletin lmvo contained ac
counts of sovcial persons who from
this city have joined the great ma
jority, leaving their families provid
ed for by insuiance, and of pay
ments promptly made to them by
the insurance companies. Dttiing
this year many tens of thousands of
dollars have been leceived here in
benefits by bereaved ones.
No man should neglect to provide
for those dependent upon him, or
that may be dependent upon him,
by insuring his life. The advertis
ing columns of the Buixivra con
tain the cards of scvcial of the best
and most secure insurauce compa
nies cvtant, all of which companies
have their agents in Honolulu. Per
sons intending or wishing to insure
should consult these cards. Any
information needed additional to
what is therein contained may be
procured by applying to the local
THE CATHOLICS AND THE
Editor Bulletin : My courteous
opponent, a Protestant Layman,
came near surprising me by his let
ter m last Tuesday's "Gazette."
His feeble attempts at strength in
argument and severity in expression
weic absolutely futile, inasmuch as
he failed to point out any eiror in
my arguments ; he admits, at least,
in an indirect manner, the equity of
ray claims. I know full well that
my suggestions are no legal claims.
But every unbiased mind must con
sider them equitable according to
common-sense justice. As the Board
of Education has a rather extended
discretional power, 1'rigbtly suppose
that this power cart be exercised for
a good and just purpose without an
extra law to that effect. Our Pro
testant Layman is against any con
cession made to Catholics not by
dint of good leasons, for such he
cannot find, but on tho rather vague
plea that a concession, once granted,
would be a foundation for new de
mands. In proof thereof he cites
action of the Catholics in the United
btates and points generally to both
ancient and model n history. 1 do
not doubt the sincerit3rof the writer,
nor do I deny the correctness of a
few of the facts alleged. The state
ment of most of those facts, how
ever, must appear inaccurate, as it
iB but too plain that the writer was
misled by historians who, because
of their deep prejudice, themselves
viewed matters in a highly colored
light. Perhaps "nothing involves
greater difficulty inconliovetsy than
a bound discussion of historical
facts. For aigument's sake, how
ever. 1 will not contradict (tran
seat) the opinion of my opponent
that both Catholics and Protestants,
when in majority, have oppicssed
the vanquished minority.
Confining our discussion to the
actual state of Affairs in these Is
lands, let me ask the Piotcslant
Layman: Would you approve of
such a practice? The polished gen
tleman will doubtless leply, By no
means would I appiovc of it. I am
ashamed of my own party's having
acted so. Now 1 ask, why do you
advise your Protestant major
ity to deny the least concession
to the poor Catholic minority?
Would it not be more consistent
with your libeial views of tho Pro
testants of these Islands, who are
superior in number, who exercise
all tho Government power, and who
are actually the tieasurers of the
country's wealth, treated the Catho
lic minority, of whom 9 out of 10
are poor, with equity and generosity
thereby helping them to have their
children educated according to the
dictates of their own conscience, in
stead of exerting their influence in
the direction of placing obstacles in
The Protestant Layman says ho
cannot undertake to discuss the
doctrinal points advanced by me in
my second letter. He was never in
vited to do so, as a careful perusal
of my letters will show. I have ex
pressly excluded the discussion of
the intrinsic merits of our respective
creeds. In my second letter I meant
only to set foith the difference of
our respective doctrines regarding
the necessary conditions for salva
tion, without attacking anybody's
belief in paiticular. As the Protest
ant sects have each their legal light
of acting and of educating their
children according to the dictates of
their conscience, I claim lift same
right for the Catholics. And as w e
do not impose our Catholic doetiine
upon Protestant children without the
consent of their parents, so we must
be conscientiously concerned about
having the Catholic children brought
up in nono other but the pure
This we consider the most essen
tial brand' of education. I wish
my Protestant friend clcaity to un
derstand that we have a perfect right
to expect from the Government offi
cials, notwithstanding their own per
sonal preferences or antipathies, im
paitial justico towards all denomina
tions. They have not, the light of
declaring any one creed good enough
for all. P. Layman's quarrel is not
with the theology of tho church, but
with its "politics." The fact is that
the Catholic faith and its moral
principles have been the aamo at all
times and in all places ; but I have
never heard of any politics peculiar
to the Catholic Church, Theology
mrtforVtomotsAiaiitin'BmmwWmwp ttnmm ttewfw
teaches that there, is but "one true
church of Christ, and that we ought
to endeavor, for charity's sake, to
bring all men to that Ono Truo
Fold only by stiictly honest means.
It teaches us to lovo oven our ene
mies, be they personal, political, or
lcligious. Wo consider it a very
important duty for pai cuts to have
their children instructed also in the
secular branches, though inferior to
religion. The peculiar means (poli
tics) to attain this end must be
adapted to tho different circum
stanced. Now, what arc the Catho
lic politics about schools in these
Islands. They ate a straightforward
statement of grounded complaints
of the Catholic portion of the com
munity, and an earnest appeal for a
lcmcdy as far as circumstances will
permit, with a sincere and impartial
shaie in the good will of those in
power. 1 do not deny that such has
been and is still tho case in a certain
mcasurc,and I would gladly havo
kept my peace if I had not been
piovokcd by an attack which made
it a duty for mo to defend my Hock.
Let it be practically proved that a
concession made to Catholics will
endanger the peace of the country.
Is not tho Government strong
enough to keep them in check? P.
Layman's fear forcibly reminds me
of the old fable. "The Wolf and
Lamb." I close for the present in
giving you, Mr. Editor due thanks
for the valuablo space allotted to
Nov. 9, 1888. Bishop of Olba.
Cremation is still illegal in France
and bodies have to be taken to Italy
for the -purpose. A Parisian was
carried to Milan for incineration,
according to the direction of the
will, and the Italian customs author
ities levied S70 impoit duties on the
body when it entered the country,
and chaiged the same export duty
w hen the ashes w ci c taken back to
The primary definition of "idiot"
was "a man in piivate station as
distinguished from one holding a
public office." Owing to the char
acter of many of the men holding
a public office, this meaning of the
word has become obsolete. Boston
Colonel Yeiger It's no use for
you Prohibitionists to try to elect
anybody. You can't do it. Judge
Coldwatei Why not? Colonel Yer
ger Because the whole bccietof
political success is to know how to
treat men properly, consequently
the voter goes for the man with the
llask. Texas biftinjjs.
Mm of Society
"THE ELITE ICE CREAM."
Sped dtics TO-DAY at the "Elite"
And many other Creams too numerous
931 to mention. It
Christmas & New Year Cards,
.FANCY GOODS, RUGS, &c.
THEO. H. DAYIES K CO.'S,
Just leceived u unnll consignment of
Choice French Clarets,
Fiom ihu well-known linns of Duhos
J-reriis, and l.unusse & Parcol,
Alto, from the cellars of Itomans & Co ,
Koch Fils Champagne, 1880;
(In Quarlc & Magnums)
... . Cliaiiibertlu, 1874;
Chateau ' Yimou, 1H5M;
Iiy Ciiiucoii, 8 Veiii'H Old:
Vhutuau aiurcuux, JH77;
Grande Fine Champagne Brandy, 1811.
JSSr"TJie above comprises tho Choicest
Brands of Wines und Liquors ever ira.
poitul to this maikot.
VOlt AIiIj BY
MACFARLANE & Go.
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
Daily Bulletin GO ots pu: moath
1 AMD CO., I
j, Honolulu. ff
The Mntunl IMfo Immrmice
Oiliest active Lire Insurance Company
Llfo Insurance Company in the Woild.
Its Awts January 1. 188, amounted to $118,806,851.88 an amount greater
hy $35,000 000 thin tho rsscts of tin- not Inrgc-t life insurance company In
tho worhl; unit $32,000)000 gieattr than the combined capital uud BUrphiB of
tho Bank of lingland.
Tho dividend In Hi policv-holiieM liavo been lnrner, nnil Its manacnnonl ox.
praises sinalhrtlmi in any other empnny; having paid more than $75,000,000
lu dividends alone while tlio total outgo for taxes and expenses since organization
has been less than 10 por cent, of Its income.
Tho Company issues ovyy Icsltlmiln contrict oonncctcel with human lifo and
its policy contracts nip the most libei.d and raslly understood, containing no tech.
nlcal proviso that could ever void tlicli collection at maturity. Incontestable
after two years and frco of all resti lotions, a to residence, travel, moito of ocou.
p.ition or manner of death, with liberal cash, or paid up surrender values, they
furnish a certain estate nnd not a possible law Hilt.
Call upon or address anv Agent of the Company (stating nge) for tlio cost anfl
description of the "Xcw Whole lreniinm Itetiirn Policy." whereby
the Comp.iuy guarautcei to Return and Pay, in addition to tho laco of tho Policy, all
premiums pnid in by the assured, if death occurs during the term selected
while if tho owner of policy f-urvlvcs tho tenn, ho may settle for cash, or for auy
of the many options set forthin the contract.
A. D. THOR3AS,
Special Tiuehng Agent.
Auction Sales by James l7. tiorgan.
On Saturday Evening, Noy. 10,
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
At my Salesirioni, Queen street, I will
sell at I'ublic Auction a Largo
Just received Compiling
Gold and SiSver Chains,
(.old (carl Pins,
Gold Lockets & Earrings,
A Pint! Aorlintnt of
Silvver-plated Ware !
Largo Salvors, Cut Glass Cruets,
Tea & Coftoo Scrvlcos, Fgg Sets,
Biscuit Jars, Butter Dishes,
ALaigo Assortment of
Eurnishin Goods !
Lace Curtains, Dross Gccds,
Scarfs, Black Lace, Shawls,
Chudda Wool Shawls,
Silk Shawls, all colors
Drocho Shawls & Scarls,
Silk Hose, Dress Patterns
Ail sizes 'f wgs !
Tablo Cloths, Etc., Etc., Etc.
EST Goods on Exhibited Mow. -"a
JAS. F. MORGAN,
!H5t Auulinnt er.
Engine Co. 1 1 !
November 16, 1888,
JGQrTo bo had of Uio News Dealer3.-fl
For 30 Days. For 30 Days.
3Ilas Ohlllburg will hold a Clearing Sale
for CO dayo to make room for
Hew Holiday Goods
To arrive ? hortly.
Ladles' $20 Hat will bo sold.,. for $8 00
" J5 " " " ..." 0 00
io " " ..." 5 00
" c " " " ..." 2 no
$12 0stiichriume9 " ... " 7 00
$ 4 Tips " " ... " 1 50
FLOWERS, BIRDS and WINGS,
At Half Price.
Tho obovo lints are all Now and of tlio
Latest Btylts, ami Trimmed with
Iho very best materials.
WOUJLiX - H!
Company of Sew York, is tho
lu tho United Statca, anil tho .Largest
S. B. ROSE,
General Agent Hawaiian Islands.
jwi a SUITE of 8 Uoom, suit-
V7-tea J:. al.le for a man and wife,
P.ffifffrftg on second floor. Apply No. 8
Union Mrcet, nctt to Lite Hell Tower.
TN a nice locality, snr-
S J- i minded bv wcll-kent
S gioumis, tivo suites of Fur
nished Room", with bath and diess
ina; looms, suitable for housekeeping,
and if wanted an uddition.il loom cm
be added to either. AKo. a Cottage,
with bath, stable and cauiagc loom.
Address P. 0. 15ox SCO. 77 lm
-ftTKYV and pond II ill ISill! i d ai.d
1 1 o )1 Table'. r.l . t .
j. r. howkn",
0 lw I'mitheon Uilliunl hoom.
li 1 1 ii i tiiil TnfOflw
Cous. -ind 1 Heifer.
fiKAjiisl airivcd fimr, jjan Fran-
citciptr "t. t:. Wilder."
Fi paitiuularj -pijly to Mail; Colburn,
Piliimn, whcic iln fork cm be been.
LOT FOli SALE
LK On VAn't ",,cU' f,pposil0
rg&4'At v i, AilurionV. II m a
!Y'V tii,uiiij;e of hi tea liy 231
i-l -i tea dec' Ain i i
7:5 1m JOHN BOWLER.
ft) & &
U H 4 If
V.X "S. O. WILDER."
C. BREWER & CO.
TheShip "J. C. PfliiGgcr"
Willi annothor '
Cargo of New Goods
H. HACKFELD & CO.
88 1 w
West Hartley Goal
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
(rug a air i
i L 11 2
rpiIIS is to terlify that tho Largo and
X Commodious Dining Rooms of tlio
Will be shortly cxtenslvoly altered,
w hereby grenter ronvenlcnce and com.
fort will bo afforded to pntrons, while
tho tables will bo supplied with every
luxury obtainablo ot tho intrltct, to.
gether with tlio very bot of "es and
Coffee. c"Tcrms. ?5 n'- relc
88 3w vlonrletor,
b ci a
cine Hardware uo.
1ST BARGAINS TSa
Lamps, Ohancloliers ik Lanterns,
At Lower l'rtcca than ever before. Ncu inoico of
SHBLF-HA1WA1, PLOWS k HOT, IERGHANDISB.
3NoveltieM uud JTtuwy CJooclw, Xn Xjnrrc Variety,
JM H j 0 :,". &h ft
in a h ea Ea ta si viy
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF
Ladies', Gems', I CMfirens' Biii Suits,
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
In future, Mrs. E. Small will lie prepared to do
Cutting and Pitting-. '-,
OJfXJJK iOR fSA.133
'ATENT FILTER? CESSES,
FIJOM SKLW1G & IiAKCiE.
18 & 30 Chambers 18 & 30 Chambers
Which have proved a gre il sucoes- at II iSk'i .Suijar O , Liltiip, Hftnamuulu, Kekaha,
V uimcii, Kolii.i 1iilmlnM 1 nut nix tlio..', eic, itc , and which 5
aio ctoilrk'd v. t Ji te L.tpit Improvi ment. "
ALSO FOIt SALE-
PAKE PARTS 0
AT LOWEST KATES BY
H. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
" ' '
Orteouot el iemoveS !
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets; '",'.'
In I'liihh &, Leather; Whiho, GIiibs it Paiian Waio, Opera & f '
Marino Glasses, Tolcbcopes, ;
IWCiusio Boxes, Toys, J3oolcw, uA.llbiims, ' '&, '
And other things too numerous to mention. All tlio above
uoous will uo olluieil at tho
LOWEST PRICES EVEITQUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.,
gj3'nw above Goodtj aio New, Pieth and of tho Latest Dchign, liaving
been imported ex iccenl turivala and weio bulected expiebfcly for tho trade.
W. H. ORAENHALGH
lOO JTorc Street, Honolulu.
pi 4it mtinm.!.imtsmv &i.utii,jvmi9tt
Lino of EST BARGAINS -
for tlie iame.
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