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Tho new Publio Free School at
Kauluwelu, in tliis district, will be
opened on WEDNESDAY next, Uio
21st instant, when pupils of both
sexes, nil nationalities, and of any
porsunsion, nmy bo registered for
Mr. C. Henry White, for several
yenrs nssistantrrinoip.il of tho lioynl
.' 'School, Kaliehunti, has been up-
pointed Principal, and Mrs. M. A.
"Wood, fcr a number of years a suc
cessful teacher of pi iniary grades in
public and privato bchools in this
district, has been appointed Assistant
Teacher. The locution of Hie school,
for health and comfort, is most ex
cellent, and in tho charge of teachers
of experience, bhould not fail of n
By order of tho Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH, Secretary.
Education Office, Nov. 19, 1888.
."T II 3U
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, NOV. 19, 1888.
Professor Sidney Dickenson, who
made a few weeks' stay here and
delivered several lectin es in the Ha
waiian Opera lioiiac, while on his
way to New Zealand and Australia,
four or five months ago, communi
cated with our townsman, Mr. A.
M. Hewetl, by the last mail fiom
Sydney, N. S. W. In the Colonials
Mr. Dickenson has found a people
who appreciate his illustrated lec
tuies on French Ait. Moreover,
they were keen to perceive that his
method was one that could he used
for advertising the Colonies abroad ;
and have entered into anangeraents
with him to prepare three illustrated
lectures one on Australia, one on
New Zealand, and one on Fiji, Sa
moa and Tahiti. These lectures arc
to be delivered in Great Britain and
the United States. The venture has
strong financial backing, and if
money can make it a success, it will
he a success.
During Professor Dickenson's
stay in Honolulu there was some
talk of a similar lecture being pre
pared on the Hawaiian Islands ; but,
so far as we know, the project has
not yet passed bej-ond that stage.
The time is now opportune for do
ing something in that direction. It
is already settled that Mr. Dicken
son shall make a tour throughout
the countries above mentioned with
the three Australasian lectures, and
it would be a good thing if a fomtli
one on these Islands could be added
to the list. The Professor offeis a
suggestion to that effect, and we
think the suggestion should be
adopted if possible. He proposes
that ho be furnished with negatives
not merely photographs of about
75 of Mr. J. Williams' best pictures
of native scenery and life, in order
'that ho may take .them with him to
Paris, for which city he expects to
start from Australia about May 1,
1880, and have them made up into
stereoplican slides. The pictures
should be as varied, interesting and
picturesque as possible, especially
including some of the volcano. Mr.
Dickenson suggests that the people
most interested in advertising the
Islands and prometingtravel should
furnish hira with tho necessary ne
gatives and $150 in cash, to cover
tho expense of making slides from
i,l them. Further information may be
obtained of Mr. Hcwott.
Should our people, being alive to
their own interests, be disposed to
do anything .iu this lino, we would
suggest tho importance of avoiding
;delay ; for tho negatives should bo
Ma Sydney by April next.
Ijfesiivities in honou ok the kino.
The arrival of Ilis Majesty at
gVyalluku early Wednesday morning
Scrcated a little stir in this otherwise
s'quiet and staid old town. During
the day ho received many cauers ai
residence or jjod. Jiumeiani,
OtUonvl8e tho time was quietly
spent. On Thursday morning Ma
jor CormVell entertained His Jua-
jesty and a low select friends at
Z . . rm -Mk -...
breakfast. no same uiieruuun
Hon, J. W. KaJua entertained tho
; and party at dinner, ho was
also breakfasted and lunched at Dr.
Geo. Herbert's. In accordance
witli) a well established precedent,
it commenced raining about mid
night of the 15th and continued with
little intermission, until about sun
down of tho iGtli, necessitating tho
withdrawal of some of tho principal
races, and consequently disnppoint
incr a larcc number of people who
had come from all parts of the is
land to participate in tho sports.
During nil day the weather wai
most unpropitious and gloomy fore
bodings were indulged in, that the
reception and ball announced to
take place in the evening would
also have to bo deferred or post
poned indefinitely ; but a lull in tho
storm towards night gladdened
tho hearts of the committee, to
whom was entrusted the arrange
ment of this particular part of the
festivities, and they felt that their
endeavors to make it a success weic
not in vain, and so it proved. About
0 p. in. the invited micsts began to
assemble, and aboyt 9:30 p. m.
His Majesty and party entered the
hall. As soon ns he was seated,
and the other arrangements were
completed he, assisted by Mrs. T.
W. Everett, received the guests,
after which dancing was indulged
in until early morning. Among
those present were the following:
His Mnjcsty, Prince Kawanana
koa, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Everett,
Major W. II. Cornwcll, Major J. D.
Holt, Hon. Sam Parker, Capt. John
Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Geo. Her
bert, Mrs. F. P. Hastings, Miss
Eose Makce, Mr. and Mrs. G. P.
Wilder, Mr, and Mrs. W. Fennel,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Carncv, Mr. and
Mrs. II. G. Treadway, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Kalua, Hon. and Mrs.
Geo. Richardson, Hon. and Mrs.
John Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Z. Austin, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Noble, Mr. and Miss Kcla Hum
phreys, Miss Gussie Lemon, Mrs.
C. B. Makce, Mis. Geo. Pittock,
Miss Ellen Danicls,Miss Nancy Dan
iels, Mr. and Mrs. Nonie, Mr. Geo.
Potter, Mr. Eugene Bal, Mr. Bai n
liaidt, Mr. Campbell, Mr. "W. It.
Walbriclgc, Mr. G. II. Twcedie,
and about thirty othGrs.
Too much praise cannot be be
stowed upon the committee for
their very successful effoits to make
this affair the event of the season,
and all picsent were unanimous in
pronouncing it the most rccirrchr
affair that has taken place in Wai
luku for a long while.
Saturday morning opened daik
and dismal with lowering clouds
over mountain and sea, that weie
ominous ot more rain, and so it
proved, for about 9 o'clock it com
menced to pour again and has con
tinued all day.
At 3 p. m. a luau was civen in
honor of tho King, and notwith
standing the constant 'downpour of
rain, and the almost impassable
slate of the roads, a large number
, assembled there at the appointed
time to do justice to the cuisine of
Hawaiians. (for the feast was a la
Hawaii). Ilis Majesty and party,
for whom the feast was given, hon
ored the occasion with their pre
sence, and everything was as merry
as Hawaiians could make it, until
nearly 5 p. m., when tho guests be
gan to disperse.
Thus has ended three days of
gaiety in honor of Ilis Majesty's
fifty-second birthday, which will
long be remembered in Wailuku.
Although the weather has been ex
tremely disagreeable during the last
two days, and pedestriamsm almost
an utter imposaibility yet the ardor
of the people. to properly observe
the occasion has not been in the
least dampened, and had the weather
been more propitious, much more
would have been done to make the
lGlh of November, 1888, memoiablo
in the annals of Wailuku history.
Wailuku, Nov. 17th.
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Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
By order of Messrs. T. H. Davlc3 & Co.,
I will eell nt Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 21, '88,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M..
At the' Store adjoining my Stlesroom,
Queen street, a Laigo and Varied
Assortment of Merchandise,
To close consigracnts, comprising
DRY GOODS !
Wiiitc & Brown Cotton?,
UiHlcrbliirtB & Drnweip,
A Largo and Varied Assortment of
O XL O Q JE JEJ IR, Y
Which r ill ho sold without reserve,
Cups and Saucers,
All Sizes oM'lates,
As.orled 81m of Bowls,
Assorted Hardware, &c. &c.
All Goods must be SoldLiberal
Terms to the Trade,
TJJ31XBIH A.T HAJLOiJ.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
On "Wednesday, Nov. 2JLsl,
AT ltt O'CLOCK KOOX,
I will sell nt Public Auction, on the
2-story Coral & Trame Cottage
At Uio corner of llotcl niul Alnkca sts.,
adjoining Mrs. Brown's residence.
CSfTo bo removed
from day of Sale.
within 10 days
LEWIS J. L.EVEY,
Horses, Carriages & Harness
On Wednesday, Nov. 21
AT la O'CLOCK KOOX,
In front of my Salesroom I am in.
structed by Jlr. W. It. Beal to sell at
Public Auction, without reserve to the
highest bidder his Carriages, Ho'scs
and Ilarne-Bcs, Etc., Etc., s follows:
1 Family Cut-Undor Qoublo Carriage, com
plete with Cushions, Curtains, Rugs,
Lamps, Etc., Etc.
1 Brewer & Co. Fancy Phaoton, In perfect
1 Light Express Wagon with Top, Fast-seat,
2 Bay Carriago Horses, perfectly gentle,
lady can drive.
1 Black Pony, fast under Saddle.
2 Sots of Harness, nearly new, Etc.
CgyTlic above ra-i he spmi nt the
Pamlicnn Stable's fiom J) a. m. on Tue?
day. mil nt 11 a m , in front of mv
tup tii n room. Will bo sold to urntely
or u wlirle rig.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
100 3t Auctioneer.
Under instinct ion fiom the Hon. II. A.
Widc.in.inn, I will oiler fm Mile
nl Public Auction, at
m j' S tli'rr. nm,
On Monday, Nov. 26,
It not prbvioi.rd) rlipn-cd of at pri
vate fab-, ilia certain pro
pel ly known as
"THE PAU LAUDS," Waikiki,
Compiling ti" 4G 100 Aorus mo c or lets
in l' i) simple At-oni 12 Auiesnf the
above ari- 8 t out in 1 ish l'oii''b ami ure
pliniifjlly t-tneked with Mullit, Awa
and Caip, which are now ready for
mai l.ct OC 'be rom.ilninjf Lnndt about
8.Aoie a'c piloted with Alnnienle Grass
liiuii which :i irups uut IriirvuMiri nu
nil'tlly, icldiiig upon an :ivt'iage:iC tus
per yenf. The place is well provided
wiih Mowing Aliichhiife, lly Presses.,
Wagons, dc, and cu ryhing that ar
peilninstna w. ell i quipped hum; there is
A One-Story Traine Building,
Upon tho prcniit.es (nearly new , con
taining !) Hooms v ilh nil coincidences,
and at piesetu oc upiid as a managers
resilience. In addition to the abuve
there H a Leist'hnld of about 183-100
Acif, with lluililiiiup Ihcrcnn, iu the
rear and iniuii dintih Mljoiuing the pro
pet ly. which is tit pre cut will Blocked
witli I'igrt and I'oulliy, lur which pui
poMi il it peculiarly iiduptul.
On iiccinint of its nYnmci-H nnd easy
ncueiH to Honolulu, nud tho eaily com
pletion of the Tiamwnys to Waikiki,
this pi opei ty offers umi Mini inducements
to patties wishing a Fnfo aud profitable
Thee arc numcious Out-Bulldlngs on
US'" For further particulars apply to
F. W. Macfarlauc, or to
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
I8w td.101 lw-d Auctioneer.
PONY EOIt SALE.
OUITAPLE for a
O child. Now re-
veislhle child's saddlo
- with bridle. All com.
plcto. Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of tho stock
holders of the Hawaiian Railroad
Co. (Limited), held at their oOlcu In this
city, Nov. 10th, tho following olUcors
wcro elected to serve during the ensuing
Charles L. Wight...' President,
William C. Wildei Treasurer,
hnmuel G. Wildir Secretary.
S G. WILDER,
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1888. 101 3t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual meeting of the stock,
holders of the Kanulul Kullioad
Co., (Limited), held at their olllee in this
city, Nov. Kith, llio following ofllcerd
were elected to servo during the ensuing
William O. Wilder President,
Samuel G. Wilder Treasurer,
Bamuel 11. Hose,., Secretary.
S. 11. HOHE,
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1888, 101 3t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual meeting of the Mock,
holders of Wildei's Steamship
Co., (Limited), held at their olllee iu
this city, Nov. 10th, tho following
onlocrs weie elected to servo during tho
William O. Wilder President,
William G. Irwin, ...ViccPiesident,
Bamuel B. Hose.,,, . ... 4 &
John II. Paty Auditor.
S. B. ROSE,
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1888. 101 8t
Tlic fSulunl IjM'c Insurance oiniiitty of Kpw York, 11 tho
Oldest actlvo hi To lnsuinntu Company in the Unilul Suites, niul the JUii'KCNl
Llfo Insurnnco Company in tho Woilil.
It AseeU January LlbS-", amounted to $11 8,806,851 .88 an amount greater
by $35,000 OOO tlitm tins assets of tho next Ini j;et liln inauiance company in
the wuilii; mid $32,000,000 gicatei limn the combined capital and surplus of
the Dunk of l.ngltiiiu.
The dividend to its pollcy-holdcia have been larcer, and it management rx.
penscs smalUr thin In any other company; liavlKg paid nioie thnn $75,000,000
in dividends nlonc while the total outgo lur taxes and expenses since organization
lias been less than 10 per cent, of its income.
The Company issues every legitimate contract connected villi human lifo and
hs policy contracts arc llio most liberal nnd easily undcislood, containing no lech,
nlcal proviso Hint could ever void tholi colliciion nt maturity. IucontcHtnbln
nftcr two years and freoof all lcslrlclious, n to residence, travel, modu of oecu
patlou or minnur of death, !th libera! rush, or paid up surrender values, they
furnish a Certain estate nnd not n possible law tult.
Call upon or address tiny Agent of the Company (stating age) for tho cost and
description of the "Kimv Whole l'rcuii 11111 Hetni'ii Policy." whereby
the Company guarantee-) to Return and Pay, In addition to tho faco ol the Policy, nil
premiums paid in by tho nBsured, if death oceuis during the leim trlmled
while if thcowner of policy survives ihe term, he may settle for cash, or lor any
01 tlic mnny options set Iintli'lti me contract.
A. D. THOSV1AS,
Special Traveling Agent.
and' s Philadeiphia 3
Having i nived a Fiesli Supply fr m lhal dleb-a'eil brewery, we nre prepared
to fin nish mil patn ns with Full Flow wins "t-clioonrlb" a of
yore. In nddiliun, our B.YK is tmppltcd wuh the
Best of Wines Liquors and Cigars
That tho uuiikil all'oid We linvo mmUi Kline iiddilioiw to o i ItAIitomoic
quiokly sunplj the den: imi n id not bloek-idellie ihnioilglilan
by llilrsty patimiii wailing tunm to be t-cicd.
Tax Collector's Notice,
FOlt the accomodation of T.ix-piycrs
in this dlstilct who iMiiuot eou
venienlly cull' at the Collector's) Ollleu
dining business hoius the olllee will
ho open for the iceeipt of Tunc" (in nil
difiou to the iisii.il bonis dining the
day) lioni 7 to t) oVloek in the eve
ning, from tho 10th iimt., to Uec. ls,t
188S, h th dates included.
Any T.ix-payer in this ditilet who
will leave his mnno and suldi ess nt tins
Collector's Ollieq, Intimating that he
desires to pay bis taxes, will r.eeie his
tax iceeipt by mi hi-enger, as e?nly
thereafter as nossible to whomlmiMii
I ghc tlic amount, thcieb avoiding (ho
annoyance oi ueiny at uic 'lax unnc in
waiting for the legular tuiu.
C JAH. T. CULIOK,
Tax Collector, Honolulu, O.ihu.
Christmas & New Year Cards,
FANCY GOODS, RUGS, &c.
Just received a tmitill conBlgnment of
Choice French Clarets,
From the well-known firms of Dulios
Freres, and Luhurso & Pnncol,
llaxit Jtrlon, '
Also, from tho cellars of Komans & Co ,
Koch Fils Champagne, 1880;
(In QuartB & Magnums) ,
Chutcnu I'Viuini, 1H5H;
Dry Ctii'Ut-ou, H Voni'H Old:
vl!Iiuteuu aiuruaux, 1H77;
Grande Fine Champagno Brandy, 1811.
JOfiyTho above comprises the Choicest
llinnds of Wines ami Li(iiois ever Im
ported to this) maiket.
VOJt MiVlii: BY
MACFARLANE & Co.
. ' nov.10-88
S. B. ROSE,
Gcuernl Agent Hawaiian Islands.
HAVE A FIMC I.'.T
For 30 Days.-
-For 30 Days.
WM GLEAEING SALE
JIlss Ohlllhurg will hold n Clearing Sale
for 80 days to mako room for
Hew Holiday Goods
To arrive shortly.
Ladies' $20 Hat will ho sold. . .for $R 00
" lfi " " " ... " 0 00
" 10 " " " ... " C 00
" 5 " " " ..." 2 TiO
$12 Ostrich Plumes " ... " 7 00
-ITips " " ... " 1 CO
FLOWERS, BIRDS arid WINGS,
At Half Prlo.
The above Hats aro all Now and of the
Latest Styles, and Trimmed with
the very best material!.
I'ort Street. llm
elling Off at Dost.
Intending to Closo Out my present
business, I now oiler
Ladie3and Gentlemen can now obtain
the llcst Articles in this lino
CSTPIcaso Qlvo Mo an Early Call.ea
00 Fort Btreot above King. lw
W BARGAINS ! Now Lino of csy- BA1KUINS -J
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower 1'rieis thnn ever bxforo. New invoice of
JNoveltloN unci ITinify GJooclts, An JUnrvxc Vivvioty.
Br EuB rQ
HAVE .1UST RECEIVED
Ladies Gents, & Ciiilflreiis Batlig Sis,
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
In future, Mrs. E. Small -will ho prepared to do
Cutting: and Fitting:.
I ' ATENT :FILTERPKE.SSES,,;
18 &z 30
Olin in b ?.rs
Which have pn ved n i'rc,U mi res- a
WaiincM. Kolon. ' ' alna
are invilcl ii H I'm
ALSO FOlt SALE-
,SPARE PARTS OF THE ABOVE PRESSES,
U'irter Clotlx for tlie same.' -
AT LOWEST KATES 1JY
H. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
...... I J m.i ii ,. . u. i
On Account of Hemoval !
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush & Leather; Uihijuo, Glass & Pniiiin Wiuo, Opera &
Mtuiiiu Glasfcos, Toletconcs,
IMCiiHio Boxes, rJToy, Books, .Albumns,
And other things too numcious to niontion. All the aboo
Goods will bo offered at tho
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
g-Tho nbovo Goods aro Now, FicbIi anil of tho Latebt Design, having i
boon nnporleil ox iceoiit arrivals niul wcio bolected oxpietbly for tlio trade.
W. H. &RAENHALGH,
lOO JPovl Btreot, Honolulu.
bU., L U.
0. nmT'T wmDnimTmai
A COMPLETE LINE OF
18 & 30 Chambers
$M. lilllfflr HHI
il'ikiSugu i',L hue, Ilnnamaulu, Kekaha,
I ,iiii nl, e'ho , cir t hi., and which
I Mie-' iitipioi incut.
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