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Tenders will bo received at the
ofllco of the llonrd of Education
until 12 o'clock noon on MONDAY,
the. 3rd of December next, for the
construction of u School House,
including material, nt
Kftunnnnli, in the Distiict of Lnhainn,
Island of Mnni, neeoiiling to plans
and siociflcntiona lo bo noun at tho
oflice of tho Board. AUo, for two
Smnller Houses, 14x24x10 feet each,
t at Kaka and Malanui, in Puna, Ha
waii, until MONDAY, tho 10th of
Duplicate plans of the Puna houses
may be seen by application to the
School Agent of the District.
By order of tho Board of Educa
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Oillcc, Nov. !), 18S8.
Pledged lo neither Sect nor Party,
Put established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, NOV. 12, 1888.
A DIPLOMATIST DISMISSED.
A misunderstanding has occurred
between President Cleveland and
tho British Representative at; Wash
ington, lesulting in the sending
home of the latter. Full particulars
of the ruibundcrstanding in its early
stages are not to hand. Political
capital was being attempted to be
made out of it by both parties
Republicans and Democrats in the
Presidential campaign. Which may
have profited most thereby remains
for us to learn. No doubt, there is
too much sound sense both in
America and Great Britain to per
mit of those nations going to war
over the matter.
Editor Bulletin: A
has been said lately about fast driv
ing, and although the undersigned
is interested iu the hack industry.
I heartily endorse the condemnation
of all those who so reeklesly dash
along our. principal thoroughfares,
regardless of the safety of pedes
trians. On the other hand I think
that the number of accidents to foot
passengers would be greatly reduced
if persons who prefer loads to side
walks would use an ordinary amount
of precaution, and not leave the
entire safely of themselves to the
drivers of vehicles, who cannot al
"ways, however careful and exper
ienced, prevent persons from run
ning plumb into a horse. 1 think in
no part of tho world do people so
unnecessarily exposed themselves to
the dangers of being run over as in
Honolulu, and I feel confident that
I am expressing the views of neaily
all wTio have occasion lo drive either
private or public carriages, that it
is astonishing the few accidents
which occur, owing not so much to
fast driving as to tho deflent and
careless manner in which persons ex
pose themselves on our public roads.
AN IMPORTANT RULING.
Two hack drivers, John Brown of
the Pantheon and Tom King of the
Fashion Stables, were arrested last
evening by Captain Larson for rac
ing with their horses on King street.
Judge Dayton fined Brown 820 and
ordered no new license to be issued
to him at the expiration of his pre
sent one. Tho same sentence with
the exception of the fine was passed
upon King. His Honor in giving
judgment stated that hereafter jf
any person drove around a coiner
faster than an ordinary walk, he
should consider them guilty of fu
rious and heedless driving upon
NEWS BY THE KINAU.
Purser Bcckloy of the Kinau re
ports all the-mills along tho Hama
kua coast grinding, and line weather.
The Union and Ilawi mills are stor-
.ing sugar iu the new wnrchousc at
Mahukona which will be shipped
direct to San Francisco early next
month. The Kinau brought some
of the first crop from tho Laupa
hoehoc mill. Purser Beckloy in
speaking of tho earthquake eaid it
occurred at mio ai o:ao p. m, on
Thursday. lie was silting on the
veranda at tho residenco of a friend
b smoking a cigar when he felt a rum-
bling motion and saw his hat which
was on the hat rack moving. It
took him very little time to get to
the road and while he was doing
that the earthquake was nt its
height, It was the heaviest shock
experienced on Hawaii in a long
time, The next morning nt 2 o'clock
another lighter shock was felt. Tio
volcano was evidently very active
Thursday night as a bright reflection
could bo seen in that vicinity from
the'deck of tho Kinau.
LatB FOTBiM flBWS.
(Pr ftrirjantinc Consuelo).
Tho Consuclo arrived from San
Francisco this moining with dates
to Nov. 1st. Following is a sum
mary from tho available papers :
There was another spin I in the
Chicago wheat market October illsl.
There were seven! v-onc new cases
of yellow fever and two deaths at
Jacksonville October 3 1st.
The schooner Caldwell was lost
off Old Providence on the 17th
The counsel of Queen Natalie
have decided lo accept the divorce
rulings without appealing to a higher
An Apia correspondent of a Ger
man paper charges the Americans
with causing the bloodshed in
Tho State 6t Cleveland's default
ing Treasurer is believed to be
headed for Europe.
A bar of spurious bullion was
presented at the Philadelphia Mint
The Treasurer of Knoxville
county, Tenn., has defaulted with
The Sultan has finally consented
to sign the Suez Canal Convention.
Ex-Governor William T. Hamil
ton of Maryland died October 2Gth
of pneumonia, aged 08.
Preparations are already being
made for the Ice Carnival at St.
Paul, Minn. It will extend from
January 23d lo February 1, 1880,
and will be more elaborate than any
of its predecessors. The intention
is to make it Romanesque in style.
A. Republican procession, com
posed chiclly of colored men, met a
Democratic procession at Twenty-
sixth street and Sixth avenue New
York, Oct. 31st, and a riotous strug
e;le ensued. Store windows, were
smashed and seven persons injured.
Four men were seriously wounded,
two of them bcinji stabbed. Several
shots were fired during the fray but
none so far as learned, took any
A lire broke out at 10:10 o'clock
p. in. Uct. i-'O, in Sterner .v Alogk's
store, Colusa. Its cause is un
known. The loss was 650,000.
"Freeman's Journal" published
at Dublin asserts that over 200 Irish
policemen have been placed at the
disposal of the London "Times" as
witnesses, who may be useful in
proving its charges against Parnel
litcs. It also declares that copies
of letters belonging to Matthew
Harris, seized when the police
searched his house, have been given
to the "Times."
Myra Beals received a verdict at
Boston, Mass., Oct. 2G, against Dr.
A. Thompson of. Lowell for 30,000
for alienating her husband's affec
tions. There will probably be no
appeal taken. Thompson is the
pioprietor of the Moxie nerve food.
A glove-fight occurred at Provi
dence, R. I., Oct. 2G, between jack
Ashton of , Providence and Jim Fell
of Grand Rapids. The fight was
held under the auspices of the
Ciiterian Club there, and was for a
purse of S200. Both men were in
good condition and both fought
gamely. Ashton won the light in
the twelfth round.
Suit was begun at New York,
Oct. 2G, to bicak the will of the
late John Roach. The children of
his son William Henry, who was a
.partner in the business, claim that
their father greatly developed the
business, and that when he died no
accounting was ever made to his
widow. When John Roach (lieu
William Henry's family was left but
a one-eighth interest in tho pro
perty. A letter was received from Charlie
Mitchell, the English pugilist, Oct.
25, stating that as soon as he arrived
in New York he would challenge
Jack Dcmpsey, and would be glad
lo have the match in the California
Athcletic Club. The club will try
to bring the celebrities together next
Thirteen of tho Arctic whalers
with their '1!)0 men aio ice bound
above Point Barrow. An expedition
is projected for their relief.
Searle has defeated Kemp in Aus
tralia, and is now the world's cham
A number of rebellious convicts
were killed at Kome.
Tho New York ".Star" has been
sold lo George E. Downcs.
The Manitoba Legislature will
adopt retaliatory measures against
the Canadian Pacific.
The bodies of two richly attired
ladies havo been found in Slarnborgl
lake, near where King Ludwig was
The Suez Canal Convention has
The fight between Joe McAuliffe
and Miko Couley canio off in San
Francisco Oct. 27th. Conley was
knocked out in tho second round.
At a banquet at Quebec, Oct. 81,
Sir John Macdonald took strong
grounds against either tho annex
ation of Canada to the United
States, a commercial union or unre
Tiie two daughters of a game
keeper were found murdered in a
forest near Leskau, Bohemia, Oct.
20. The breasts of one of tho girls
were severed. Tho other girl was
pinned to tho ground with a spike
diivcu through the abdomen.
A cablegram from Port au Prlnco
announces tho capture of the Brit
ish schooner Alta, which left New
York about Oct. 10, with, a heavy
cargo of arms and ammunition.
Advices from Sunkin say that tho
rebels attacked the town, burning
the zarcba around the water fort on
the left and shelling the fort. They
A railway accident occurred in
St. Petersburg, Oct. 3lst.
Tho first and second carriages,
occupied by court servants and train
olllclals, were derailed mid wrecked',
but the saloon car containing the
Czar and party, though badly
damagee, remained on the track.
Tho only person seriously injured
was General Scherenetieff, nid-dc-canip
of tho Czar.
Patrick Duffy of Boston bested
McMillans of San Francisco in
A man's jaw has been found by
David Shaw on tho beach of Angel
Island and supposed to bo a relic of
tho wreck of Chester. Ono of tho
molars is filled with gold and two
arc filled with amalgam.
A SAILOR KILLED.
Adam Manson better known ro
"Scotty" a sailor on board the Con
suelo was killed on the whaif at San
Francisco the day before the vessel
left. A large iron tank felP strik
ing him on the head, death being
instantaneous. Manson had been in
the employ of the Oceanic Company
for a long time and was a good and
For Sale, Tahiti Bamboo
T70R Hat Making. Early application
00 lw J.
E. BROWN & CO.
HPIIE ad'journud animal meeting of tlio
X blockholdcrs of the I'nclllc Sujiar
Mill will be held on WEDNESDAY,
the 14th instnnt, nt 10 o'clock a m , at
the oflice of F. A. Schnofcr it Cc
00 2t fckcretary.
Selling Off at Cost.
Intending to Close Out my present
business, I now offor
Ladies and Gentlemen can now obtain
the IJest Articles iu this line
ESyPleaso Givo Wo an Early Cal!.i3a
8(5 Fort Sticct above King. lw
GUINEA FIGS FOit SALE
Z&f&pA near the
-agggAagS per pair.
T No 37 Kine street,
tlio lower ciul
25 per pair. !M ill
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
the annual Hireling of the stock,
holder:, of the Union Feed Co..
(I.unitid), held nt their oflice Ibis day
the following officers wcrs elected to
serve dm ing the enbuing j tnr:
V, !. Mncfurlnne President,
II. R. Macfai lane ...Viee-l'iesi'lent,
F. W. Macfarlmie Tieasuur,
S. F. Graham Sreroliiry,
K. G. Schumun Auditor.
S. F. GRAHAM,
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles.
llp.NOun.u, Kev. 8, 1188.
L BATTALION ORDERS, No. C
EVJSRY member of thiH com.
liinnd is hereby ordeicd to
appeal nt the Armory on FHI.
DAY, Nov. lOlh, at 1 o'clock
i'. m., in Fatigue Uniform, for
Competitive Company Target
Practice or tho Rille presented
by Iluitley & Uinham, of New
Voile. Per order.
II.. P. HEliHARD,
Cuptaiu and Adjutant.
House and t
International Marat !
gpHear Fish Market
Hoard I'or Week
as ContM Uneli.
Tho table supplied
with tho best tho
Curriu and Rice and Mango Chutney
ovory day for Dinner.
04 lw Pioprietor.
Life Insurance Go.,
OF NEW YORK.
Cash Assots, Docombor 31, 1887
Thoso who dcslro safe and profitable
Life Insurance are Invited to apply to
8. It. KOSI),
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Islands. oct-t) 88.1y
Boots, iL Shoes.
-iBST IN Xlllfl
TJio Mntiinl TjifeliiNttvniirc
Oldest nctlvo Life lnsuriuuo Company
Life Insurance Company lu the World.
Its AscU .Iiuiuiry 1, 1S8', amounted lo $118,806,851.88 an amount greater
uy $35,000 000 than the iimels of the ne.t largest life insurance company in
the world; and $32,000,000 greater than the combined capital aud surplus of
the Bank of linjilaud.
Tho dividend tn its policv-liolilcrs havo been larccr, and its management ex
penses smaller thin in any oilier company; having paid more than $75,000,000
in dividends aloue .vlille thu total uulim for taxes and expenses bineo organization
has been less than 10 per cent, of Its income.
The Company issues oTcry legitimate contract connected with human life and
its policy conttacts are tho most llbcial and easily understood, containing no tech.
uiciil proviso that could ever void thoii colli ction ut maturity. Incontestable
after two years uiul fro" of all lestrir.tions, as to lcfcldence, travel, mode of occu
pation or manner of death, with liberal cash, or paid up surrender values, tlioy
turnlsh a certain estate tmd not a possible law mil.
Call upon or address nnv As?pii! of the Company (stating nie) for tlio cost and
description of the "New Whole Premium Return I'oliey." '"hereby
thu Company guarantees to Return and Pay, in additlon'to tho faco of fho Policy, all
pictniuniu paid iu by this ussuictl, if, do till occurs during the term selected
whilo if the oner of policy miivIvcs (he term, he may settle for cns'i, or for any
of the many opticus set fui'ih'in the contract. "
Special Traveling Agent.
Christmas & New Year Cards,
FANCY GOODS, RUGS, &c.
November 16, 1888,
TICKE'J'H. ijO .OO.
BQfTo be had of 'he Noub Dealer.-.-gSa
Jusl leoeivcd a i-mall conMijumeiit of
Choice French Clarets,
From the well-known rliiii" of' Dul os
Kreiec and J,nr,isu v Pm col,
Olui t;mi !:i I'osc,
OlmLouu .! -.covlll.',
Also, from the cellars of Rounns & Co ,
Koch Fils Champagne, 1880;
(Iu Quarts & Magnums)
Cliutpnu It'Vquoiii, ISSH;
Dry Ciirncoq. 8 Yeui-H Old;
Vhuteuii Iuriinx, 1877;
Grande Fine Champagne Brandy, 1811.
eSTTho above comprises tho Choicest
Biiu.ds of Wines and LiquoiB ever im
ported to this market.
VOB. HAl.V KV
MACFARLANE & Co.
For 30 Days. For 30 Days.
GBA1 CLEARING SALE
Miss Ohillhurg will hold a Clearing Sale
for 80 diij's to make room for
Hew Holiday Goods
To arrive shortly.
Ladies' $20 Hat will ho sold.
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II II II II 9
$12 Ostrloh Plumes ' .
4 Tips " " .
. for $ 00
. " (I 00
. ' C 00
. " 2 no
. " 7 00
. " 1 50
FLOWERS, BIRDS and WINGS,
At Half Price.
Tho above flats nio all Now and of the
Latest Styles, mid Trimmed with
tho very bert materials.
Cwmpnity of Kciv Yorlt, Is the
lu tho Unltul Stales, and Ihu JjurgONf
General Agent Hawaiian Islands.
A SUin: of 3 Rooms, suit.
Xi. iiMo tor :v man and wife,
ou beconil iloor. Apply No. 8
Union street, next to the Bell Tower.
X a nice
ciiltcs of Fur-
3aSS& irroii nils, two
niejicd Room", with bath and .dress
ing looms, suitable for housekeeping,
and if wanted an additional room can
be added to either. Also, a Cottage,
with bath, stable and can Inge loom.
Addrp P. O. Uox JiGO. 77 lm
NKV and t-.-Tool
oi'il 11 ii (I l.illi.i'd and
w. n) t
J. V. 150 WEN,
Pimtbi.on isiiliiuil Koum.
5 Durham and Jersey
Cows, mid I Heifer,
j'lsi hi ilvud ficiinSiui tran
che i pti "i-. (;. Wilder."
For puiliuiilnrt apply t' Wail: Colburn,
P-ilninii, whuie tin' block cm bo seeu.
LOT FOIl SALE
OK KiiiK Miei'l, opposite
Mi. Aihi'iionV. Iliu a
fm.i no nt !3 tect by 231
U' t dee)). Ap' 1' lo
EX "S. G. -WILDER."
C. BREWER & CO.
The Ship "J. C. Pflneger"
Cargo of New Goods
Ex "J. C. PFLEUGER"
West Hartley Goal
-FOR SALE BY-
rpilIS is to certify that tiie Largo and
X Commodious Dining Rooms of Urn
Will bo 6hortly extensively altered,
whereby ci enter convenience and com.
fort will bo afforded to patrons, while
tho tables will ho supplied with every
luxury obtainable at the market, lo.
Kether with tho very best of Teas and
Coffee. EST'I'erms. 5 per week.
88 3w l'roprietor.
jrOKT 'J '15 1CICT,
JJT BARGAINS '&53 Xrw Lino of CT BARGAINS -T3&
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lovnv Prices than over bcfoic. New invoice of
oHELF-rlARDWAl, PLOWS & (Ml 1IMA1ISE.
JVovol t,i.K Jiiicl Ximcy Goodw, Ixi 1.uikC Vii.aIiy.
' ii A 'J'i " ' in...y-...1 I i
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Lades' Gits'. & CHrens' Bains Si
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
Iii future, Mrs. E. Small will bo prepared to Ho
Cutting unci Fitting:.
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oxi-uait jKoii VT.ii:
FUOIM SELW1U & IjAJSOE.
18 & 30 Chambers
Whlch have proved :i ij rc.it iiicress n
V aiini'-i, IC'iloa I il-np n
movkIc'I w I'll the
PARE PARTS OF
AT LOWEST RATES RY
H. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
Se Account of Removal
GEMINI CLEARANCE SALE.
BOOKS, STATIONERY I FAICY GOODS
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Flush &, Leather j Itibquo, Glu &. Pitriiin "W'nrc, Opora &
Marino (JIiisbcs, Tclcfcopcn,
BJCtursics 33o3co, GCoytss, 23oo3rH -l.11iimis,
And other things loo nuineioiiK to mention. All the above
Goods will ho ottered at tlio
LOWEST PRICES EVER aUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
fl50Tlio above Goods nio New,
been inipoitcil ox'recent arrivals and
B3r 03PDESl?f JErVJSSNXNGfH fi3JI
W. H. GRASNHALGH
J OO TPovt Struct, Honolulu.
. COJIPLETE LINE OF
II iika Sugar 0 , Lib ue, Ifanntmiulu, Kckaha,
Imi ah ebo. fie . ilc, and which
1 -n t u - lmpioveincnlF.
THE ABOVE PRESSES,
for tiie same.
Kiehli ami of tlio Lalctt Dcbicn, having
weio tclectctl exprebsly for the trade,
, ,' it'll
A v MtiMiimimtmiLr , .&&&&'-$ feMMO .