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It lins pleased His Mnjcstv
King to appoint, Col. the Hon.
GEORGE W. MaOTAIILAJJE,
to bo Chamberlain to the Royal
Iolant Palace. Doe. 17, 1888.
In accordance with Sec. 1 of chap
tor XXVII of the lavs of 18SG.
All persons holding 'water privi
leges or thobo paying water rate?, aro
hereby notified that the water rates
for the term ending Juno HO, 1S89,
will bo due and payable at the ollieo
of the Honolulu Water Works on
tho 1st of Januaiy, 18S0.
All such rales lc'maining unpaid
for fifteen days, ,nfter they are due,
will be subject to an additional 10
per cent. , ,
Patties paying in lei will please
present their last receipt.
Eate. aro payable at the office of
the Water Wo.iks in the Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no disci etion,
strict enfoicenient of this clause will
OlIAS. 13. WILSON,
Snpt. Honolulu Water Wotks.
Honolulu, Dec. L-l, ISSfci.
'X' Jtt IV
s ' !$'
i 15 I y 1 1 h
Merited to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit cf nil.
THURSDAY, DEC. 20, 1888.
THE HONOLULU POLISH JUSTICE
SHIP. Several of the members of the bar
met at the Attorney-General's oflice
yesterday to consider the question
of making any recommendation as
to the nest incumbent of the Police
Court. This action we learn was
taken in pursuance or in conse
quence of -suggestions from the Attorney-General,
and also from the
Chief Justice, and not flora a desire
to assume any responsibility as to
an appointment for which the Cabi
net and Supreme Couit Justices are
responsible. Tho members of the
bar determined to make no recom
mendation as to the personnel of the
appointee further than to suggest
that no appointment be made of a
person who has not lequisite legal
qualifications for so important an
AN 1NTEUESTINO EVENT AT 'illE KAME
Wednesday,.Deceinber 19th, being
the.Jbjttbdey anniversary of the late
Hon. Mrs. Bcrnice Pauahi Bishop,
through whose benevolence the Ka-
mehameha Schools were founded,
was observed as l'ounilcrs day at
Invitations to attend the exercises
had been issued by the Rev. W. IS.
Oleson, Principal and those pre
sent were: H. TLILl'rincess Li
liuokalani, Hon. Chas K. Bishop,
Hon. S. M. Damon and Mrs. Da
mon, Hon. W. F. Allen and Mrs.
Allen, Hon. W. D. Alexander, Hit)
Excellency Geo. W. Merrill, U. S.
Minister Eesident; Itev. C. M.
Hyde D. D., and 3Irs. Hyde, Eev.
E. G. Beckwith T. D., P A. En
gineer, Eobeit Crawford, U. S. S.
Alctt; Mr. John II. Paty, Mrs. "W.
B. Oleson, Mrs. J. O. (Jotter, Cap
tain Edmund Bourkc, II. B. M. S.
Hyacinth, Captain Aclnnd R. N.,
MajoTr. General Cunlifi'e E. A., Eev.
W. Q. Merrilt and Mrs. Men ill,
Miss "Paty, the Misses Haitwell,
Mr. A. T. Hartwell, Miss Goodulc,
Mrs. Whitman, Hon. II. Mi Whit
ney; Prof. M. M. Scott and Mrs.
Scott, Ttfrs.A'. S. HartwclJ, Mr. Q.
M. .Cooke and Mrs. Cooke, Mr. 'T.
G. Gribble and' Mrs. Gribble, 3Ir.
W. T, Borgau, Lieut. U. B. T.
Mooro U. S. S. Alei t, and Mis.
- Moore, Mr. W. W. Hall and Mis.
Hall, . Mr. It. W. Meyers, Mrs. J.
U. Kawaiuui, Mrs. Napoleon, and
Tbe invited gucsla were received
by "the -Principal and his cfllcient
. corns of assistants, Hon, II. S.
klTownsend, Messrs. W. S. Terryjand
Pp-Leyi Lyman. Tlio lady teachers of
tne institution, as wen as me rre
paratory school, were present.
Tho exerysi 1091; place 111 mo
gymnasium. On tho platform were
seated Eev;. IV. U. Oleson, princi-
f par, Hbn. C. It. Bishop, Eev, Dr.
' Hyde and P. A, Engineer Crawford.
The pupils, some eighty in number,
prcsontecl a highly oreaitaojo ap
pearance, attired as they were in
t, neat vuniforma of grny and black,
IA table on tho platform was covered
mm cuoice uouqucis 01 uowcra and
my r ww wiihi
3omo flue specimens of carpenter
woik done by the pupils were on ex
hibition. The twenty pupils belong
ing to the Preparatory school wcro
also present and tho little fellows
looked as happy as could bo.
Around tho walls or the building arc
largo blackboards, and 011 them
were specimens of work by the pupils.
Punctually at 3:30 o'clock the
exercise.'! opened with the singing
of an anthem "Cast thy burden on
tho Lord" by the full school, con
ducted by Hon. II. S. Townsend.
The anthem was sunt: without ac
companiment, and evinced the most
careful training. Hie voices blend
ed well together and the expiession
was good. It was followed with
prayer by the Eev. Dr. Hyde.
About twenty of the older boys next
sang an anthem "Pray for the peace
of Jerusalem" in excellent stylo.
The Hon. C. It. Bishop said:
Knowing the heart and mind of the
founder of the Kamcbamcha Schools
he should speak of tho motives
which inlluenced her in the disposal
of her fortune. He had prepared
an address mainly for those con
nected with the institution. The
honorable gentleman then read as
The Ttustees of the estate of the
late Hon. Bcrnice Pauahi Bishop,
deeming it proper to set apart a day
in each year to be known as Found
er's Day, to be observed as a holi
day by those connected with the Ka
mchaincha Schools, and a day of re
membrance of her who piovidcd for
the establishment of these schools,
have chosen the annivcisary of her
birth, the lDth of December, for
that purpose, and this is the llrst
observance of the day. If an insti
tution is useful to mankind, then is
the founder thereof worthy to be
gratefully remembered. Kaincha
mcha I. by his skill and courage as
a warrior, and his ability as a tulcr,
founded this nation. K. II. abo
lished the tabu and opened the way
for Clnistianity and civilization to
conic in. K. HI. gave to the people
their kulcanas and a Constitutional
Government, and thus laid the
foundation for our independence as
a nation, lv. IV. and Queen hmma
weie the founders of the Queen's
Hospital. K. V. w.tb a patiiotic
and able sovcieign, and Lunalilo
was the founder of the Home which
bears his name. All these should
be held in honored teincinbrance
by the Hawaiian people. Bcrnice
Pauahi Bishop, by founding the Ka
mehameha Schools, intended to es
tablish institutions which should be
ol lasting benefit to her country ;
and also to honor the name Kaincha
meha, the most conspicuous name in
Polynesian history, a name with which
we associate ability, com age, patriot
ism and generosity. The founder
of these schools was a true Hav. aiian.
She knew the advantages of educa
tion and well directed industry. In
dustrious and skilful herself, she
respected those qualities in othcis.
Her heart was heavy, when she saw
the lapid diminution of the Ha
waiian people going on decade after
decade, and felt that it was largely
the lesult of their ignorance and
carelessness. She knew that these
fair islands, which only a little more
than a century ago held a popula
tion of her own race estimated at
300,000 or inoic, would not be left
without people; that whether the
Hawaiians increased or not, men
from the East and from the West
would come in to occupy them:
skilful, industrious, self assisting
men, looking mainly to their own
interests. The hope that there
would come a turning point, when,
through enlightenment, the adop
tion of icgular habits and Christian
ways of living, the natives would not
only hold their own in numbers, but
would increase again like the peo
ple of other taccs, at times grew
faint, and almost died out. She
foresaw that, in a few yoars the na
tives would cease to be much if any
in the majority, and that they would
have to compete with other nation
alities in all the ways open to tlicni
for getting an honest living; and
with no legal preferences in their
protection that their pnvileges,
success and comfort, would depend
upon their moral character, intelli
gence and industry. And so, in or
der that her own people might have
the opportunity for fitting them
selves for such competition, and be
able to hold their own in a manly
and friendly way, without asking
any favors which they were not
likely to receive, those schools were
piovidcd for, in which Hawaiians
have the prefeience, and which she
hoped thoy would value and take
the advantages of as fully as possi
ble. Could the founder of these
schools have looked into the future
and realized thu scenes hero
before us this day, lam stiioit
would have excited now hopes in her
breast, as it doct in my own. If
the Hawaiians while continuing
friendly and just toward all of those
of other nationalities, are true to
thoniselves, and take advantage of
the opportunities which they have,
and arc governed by those sound
principles and habits in which they
have been instructed, and in which
theso youths now present are here
being taught day by day both in
precept and example, there is no
reason why they should not from
this time forth, increase Jn numbeis,
self reliance and inlluence. But on
tho other hand, if they are intemper
ate, wiistcful of time, careless of
health and iudiffeient as to char
acter ; and if they follow those evil
examples, of which theio aro so
many on every side, then, nothing
can save them from a low pnsitjpn
and loss of inlluence, in their own
Mmiiiit,.uinwaTirMMmw w.njnin.iiH.ttici immtjj
native-land, or perhaps from ulti
mate extinction as a race. But let
us bo cheerful and hopeful for the
best, and sco to it that from theso
schools as well as from tho otber
good schools 3hall go out young
men fitted and determined to tako
mid maintain, a good standing in
every honest industiy or occupation
in which they may engage. These
schools arc to be permanent and to
improve in methods as time goes on.
They are intended for capable, in
dustrious and well behaved youths
only; and if Hawaiian boy.s
of such character fail to
come in, other boys will cer
tainly take their places. "We look
to those who may be trained in tho
Katnehameha Schools to honor the
memory of the founder and the name
of tho schools by their good con
duct, not only while in school, but
in their mature lives as well. So
long as we are in the right, we may
reasonably trust in God for his
help ; let us always try to be in the
After music by I he older boys the
Principal said they wcro fortunate
to have with them on this occasion
one who took the greatest interest in
manual training, viz: P. A. En
gineer Crawford, of the U. S. S.
Alert, whom he had pleasure in in
troducing. P. A. Engineer Crawford said
that as a rule naval men were not
much of orators, they were moro at
home in spinning a yarn. He did
not expect to break the record. The
subject of manual training was one
of crcat interest to hint as lie had
been connected with a large manual
training school in Philadelphia for
several years. It was a complete
success and he looked forward to
similar results being accomplished
at the Kamchaincha schools. Ho
had prcpaied a few notes which he
piocccdcd to read, they giving the
workings of the above mentioned
school. In concluding he hoped
Founder's day at the Kamehanieha
schools would always have proper
The full school then sang a To
Deuin, the music arranged from
Haydn's Creation, Miss Hillobrand
accompanying on the piano. It was
rendered in the most satisfactory
manner, and Mr. Townsend must
be congratulated for the good work
he has already done in connection
with the musical department of the
The excieiscs closed by the prin
cipal, Eev. V. B. Oleson, thanking
those present for their attendance.
The visitors then inspected some
specimens of the pupils' work. A
model of a bridge 18 inches long,
7ft inches wide, with planks only $
of an inch in thickness was placed
on the table and one of the boys,
J 11. Wise who weighs 180 pounds,
stood on the bi idge showing that it
was substantially made. A pamphlet
of twenty pages was distributed,
giving an essay on "Manual Train
ing," lead by Principal Oleson be
fore the Social Science Club the
early patt of this year. It was
printed at the school by the boys
andis another evidence oftucvalucoi
the institution. The essay itself
shows that Pi incipal Oleson is tho
loughly acquainted with his subject.
Thus ended the first anniversary of
Foundei's day at the Kamchamoha
schools, one of the most valuable
educational institutions in the Ha
AlffiSl'JJCTAWC woman to keep
lioufe? ami capable ol supci intend
ing the conkiiit; for an invalid ; no other
need apply. Apply ni Ui'm.etin Oflice.
Tho Fastest Machine in the World
XiCtnil & Commercial Work
Result of Special Contests for 1 808:
CrhCiNN.vn, July 25lh Keuiiiigtou 07
woidi per minute.
NfcwYoitK, Aiiptipt 1st Itcinington
won Ut, 2nil, 8ni and -Jill l'lios.
Toiionto, AugiiBt lUlli HominKton
won (championship of the world) Gold
and Silver Alcdata forliigbupi bpced over
rccoided 09 would per minute, eMilucl.
ing ( 1101s.
LAKh'Gr.ouai:,N.Y. Mctiuri in broke
the ivcoid, wilMnj; on Oiu Itumlnfton
103 S-ft worn-. )ni nilii in, CNuludini;
crroisj wiitlnjf hlhalioM 107 words per
BSTo he had with or without Cubi.
W. M. GIFFAIID,
Agent for tho Ilawnilnn l.slunds.
ri. 15. J.i'lters iiddresbid to thu Agent
:. o w. Ci. Irwin i; Co, will have prompt
attention. dec 20 88
EX "O. 1).
28,000 Bed Bricks,
251 Mike Hhincles,
1,463 Jt. 1). Posts,
100 Bbls Golden Gate Flour 1
10 Bids El OuplUu Flour,
50 Hbls Oiown Flour,
75 Bags Potatoes,
H. Hackfeld & Co.
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CORNER FOilT & MERC1IANT STREETS.
Just Arrivefl Ex. '"Australia"
Fisk Clark & Flagg's Seuifs
Leather Toilet Sets,
-GREAT VARIETY OF-
Linen Colored Border Handkerchiefs,
JTluu Hill? lIumUcoroliloIYs,
Fino Fancy Socks, Gold & Silver Headed Canes,
Latest styles in Collars & Culls. Latest novelties in lino full
Dress Shirts, Pep and Plaited Front !
-FINE ASSORTMENT OF-
Ik's Ms Boy's
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
ORDER Of Mill SALES
Pale of a varied assortment nt Tojf,
Fancy Goods, ftugs, eie
Friday Evening, Dec. 21st;
At 7 o'clock, Lidies & Gents Fnr
nihing GooJ, Silvci plated Wure,
Saturday Evening, Dec. 22nd;
At 7 o'clock, i. huge assortment of
Chiistmns and New Yinr'-. G wis,
Ladies & Gents Furnishing Gnodb,
Silverware, etc At 0 o'eluels, s.de
of 2023 Novel", iiy various uutliots.
qgy-Front se.its tcservtd for ladies.
Sp'clal nirangements in icyaid to en
tilalion and g.is. All Goods will be sold,
regardless ot price.
.5 AS. F. MORGAN,
dcc-10-b8 Auctioneei .
On Friday Evening, Dec. 2188
AT 7 O'CF,0I
At my Salesroom, Queen htieet, I will
sell at Fuhlic Auclinn i Fine
Velvet it Axminister Rugs,
A Fine Assortment of
Silver Plated Ware,
lite., Etc., Ktc, Etc.
All Goods to h Mild.
,1AS. F. MORGAN.
By order of Mcssis. H. Hackfeld it Oo.
I will sell at Fuhlic Auction, at
my Salesroom, Queen
On Saturday, Dec, 22nd
AT l!i 'UI.Ol'I NOOX.
An Assortment of
Port &; fclriy,
JESte., XL-tc, Elfce.
Tt:K3rs AT NATii:.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Christinas k New Year's Cards
Just Iteceivcd at
A. Ii. SMITH'S STORE,
SSIcgant ANUurtmciit of CardH,
AH New Pattern!); nnd must he been
to bo appuclatcd, Also
a Choice Lot of
Dolls, Dressed & Undressed,
Large and Small Dolls, with kid
bodies, that will sit (loan, He down,
Ltc.. Children' liiiildlng Blocks,
Ladioe, Lap Boards, Dress Forms,
Ami Rkiit Foi ins, very nice: etc,
Sift for Holiday Gifts
& Fino Silk Suspenders,
Plush Toilet Sets,
and Children's Clothing
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
SALE of BOOKS
By ordir of Me-sri C. Brewer & Co.
I will sell at Public Auction at my
Silesiooms, Queen street,
On Saturday Evening, Dec. 22,
AT H 'UJ.K,
The following pi opeity distriinod for
rent from the store of V II Qi.ien.
Ii ilgh. The pi oj city coiiiMs of
3SS3 IO'VMJ !
By Yailous Autliois
Cg?" Books will bo nu exhibition nt
my Saleroom on Suurday, Dec. 22d.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Lewis J. Levey - Auctioneer
t'ov Iccemlcr, 1H8N.
Thursday, Bee. 20th, at 7 p, m;
A f'hoico (Collection of Art Goods,
Chin'i Wnie and Fine 'Fos.
Saturday. Dec. 22, at 7 p. m;
Closing Sulo of ihe caon when
will be nlTfiul a si Icmlul assort
ment of Christmas Prcuntts. At 12
noon, No'inan Grey Stallion.
SeThc Auctioneei begs to infoim
his patrons that every convenience will
be mado for the comfort of ladits at.
tending his Xmas Sales, the Salcsiooms
beiu the larent and best ventilated in
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
iiec.8 bs Auctioneer.
Stallion For Sale
On Siiturtlay, Dec. 23d, 'SS,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX,
I will od'ev nt Public Auction, in front
of my Salesrooms, the welldsnown
Norman Gray Stallion "Prince"
sound In eveiy tes-
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
HAB Coral Hock, Black Stone, Bhck
and White Hand and Soil, for sale
in any quantity. Apply nl the oflice of
W. O. Aohi, Kaahumanu street, 119 !)m
or Whooping Cough
Let any person givo
Dr. Lozier's Cherry Cordial
A tibd, nnd tha most violent cold
will, in a short time be
Has tuKcn tho Studio fonneily occupied
by A. A. Montauo, corner of King
and Fort ftiects, and
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
I'l-lutlngr Jouo lor Aiuntom-M,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed,
J5Qf Entrance onFoit fiticct. -tea
FORT lSSSp) STREET.
Iff . J . NOLTE
Hus Just Keceivud a Lugo Lot of the Flui-tt Uiands of
lirrmtn rtin-nrintlnri Hlnlmnnnn 0. Imr.lrr.i,n Tlnnniniinr. I
14010, Ulg,aiDL.DLi, iUUubuUb
J56T ESPECIALLY for
CIGARETTES ol tho following Well-known
lliclnnoucl Straight Cut,
Etc., Etc., Etc, Etc!
AM ail Assortment of
IN SMOKING TOBACCO, THE FOLLOWING FAVORITE
BRANDS WILL BE FOUND:-
ycal of North Carolina,
Out Hnyp, IMlc,
Gem, hone Jack,
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Chewing Tobacco of the Best Ouelsiy !
A LARGE VARIETY OF
fyseerschaum Pipes, Cigar & Cigarette Holders,
"1 Briar Wood Pipes, Match Boxes, Tobacco Pouches, &c &c. Ilm
Oaosljf Factory an
i:TAttliI aiE J3.
Respectfully invites Patents Uuaulians and the Puhlio in General to inspect
the L.in,'o Stock and Uicat Vaiiaty, botli of
Home-made &, Imported Confectionery,,
Suitablo for ChrMnins ami Now Yeas's Piosent, which will he bold at
prices to suit the eeiyboily.
Christmas Trees! Christmas Trees!
JDocoi-ateii ul Uiulic;oia.tc(l.
Ready to place on the table.
PLEASE LEAVE ORDERS FOR
Horn's Delicious Christmas Mince Pies !
Not later than Monday, 2-ith inst., noon. Also on hand, largo variety of
Ornamented Christmas Cakes !
Sold cheap to .suit tho times.
3E . HORN,
JrVrtcfcicn! (Coiifciciotic?' sT Pantry Cook
No. 71 Hotel street, between Nmunu & Portsticcts, oppo. Now Bethel street
TSi E5 H a I H RS H
Visit Ouv Store and G-et Your Holiday Present
Our Grand Stiver Gift Sale
On MOIMY, December 17th, 1888.
Dining this Sale every customer purchasing tho amount of $2.50 worth
will received a handsome
Oomo and examine our Now Goods, and you will find them much newer
ond lower in piico then olbowheie. It h our unaltorablo determination to
havo no tecourfcC to misleading or misrepresentation. Our advertisement
truly represents tho Goods wo ofl'er for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Eine White Untrimmed Straw Hats.
g2Sr"J,ook at our Hotel Htieet window and sco tho fino display of Silvor
waio suitablo for the Holidays.
The ncai approach of tho Holidays and ovorstock of Goods mako it im
perative that wo mnko the most radical and sweeping changes in our prices,
and wo feel fully justified in publicly ussciting that in tho coming week our
pations can secuto advantages in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Which havo nover been equaled.
osiery ! Hosiery I
llus is tlio Heaviest Out in t'nees over attempted,
5Sr"Wo will make teductions in nil our depaitmonts.
The Leading Millinery House
The "Oail Bulletin
Will be Issued
I 28 Columns of Interesting News.
CL DilMBlii ADimiDllDS
tho HOLIDAYS -a
Havana & Domestic CIGARS ol iho following
Quiet Girls, Boodle,
Etc, Etc., Etc, Etc.
lie Very Best
Etc., Etc., Etc., j:tc
Etc., Etc, Etc.
Hosiery ! Hosiery I
Hi $ 1
CHAS- J. riSHEL,
on December 24th.
Tho Beat J?npor to Send Abrona,