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Notice to Parent! and Guard
ians etf School Children.
At tin? re-opening of tlio Public
Schools tit the cIobo of tho Christmas
Holidays on tho 8th of January next,
nil pupils will be expected topvoduco
to their teachers, Health Certificates,
Bigned by some responsible medical
person. Pupils foiling to produce
auch certificates will bo required to bo
By order of the Board of Educa
tion. W. .IAS. SMITH.
Education Ofiieo, Doc. 18, 1888.
In accoidanco with Sec. 1 of chap
ter XXVII of the laws of 1880.
All pcihons holding water privi
leges orlhoso paying w.itor rates', are
hereby notified that the water rates
for the tomi' ending June HO, 18S9,
will be due aiul payable at tho office
of the Honolulu Water Works on
the 1st of .lanuaiy, 1889.
All Mich tales remaining unpaid
for fifteen days, artor they ure due,
will be Mibjecl to an additional 10
Paitich paying nites will pleaso
present llioir l.n-t receipt.
Kales ai c payable at the office of
tho Water Woiks in the Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no discretion,
strict eiifoieement of .tbis clause will
UHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Deo. 1-1, 18SS.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, DEC. 21, 1888.
THE POLICE JUSTICESHIP.
In view of the Chief Justice's de
nial (published in another column)
of any suggestion from himself as to
calling a bar meeting to discuss the
pending appointment to the Police
Justiceship, we have, on fuller in
quiry, learned that the Bar meeting
was not called in consequence of any
such alleged suggestion. The refer
ence in question arose from a state
ment made at said meeting by a
member of the bar, that he had re
cently lodged a formal complaint
with 'the Chief Justice, against the
Police Justice, and the matter was
not yet settled ; and that during his
conversation with the Chief Justice,
that gentleman had remarked: "If
such practices are common, why do
we not receive more complaints from
members of the Bar? Thus far, only
one beside yourself, has made any
such complaint to us." This state
ment was made in answer to a sug
gestion of a gentleman present that
perhaps an expression of opinion by
the Bar as a body might bo received
with umbrage by the Supremo
Court. The argument was used in
the meeting that if tho Bar viewed
calmly proceedings which they dis
countenanced, they might very well
be answered byc-and-byc. "Those
who submit quietly to abuses must
not be surprised at their continu
ance ;" and the Chief Justice's re
mark was repeated as an argument
that the Supreme Court ouyhl to
know what they cvideutly did not
already know of the feeling of the
Bar in the matter of the pending ap
pointment, and the reasons for such
feeling. The idea that such expression-would
not be unacceptable to
the Supreme Court may have been
shared by others than the relator, as
tho Bulletin article goes to proyo j
but it was certainty not intended to
bo conveyed by the article in ques
tion that the Chief Justice invited or
intimated any directing influence in
, the matter, ,ono wav or other.
EpiTOK Bulletin :-Thoraas squaro
is hot as much frequented and ap
preciated by the public as it de
serves to be, and I would suggest
that an afternoon concert on a pub
lic holiday, say Christmas day,
would offer an additional induce
ment to tho people (o make them
selves better acquainted with tho
beauties of the square. I have no
dohbt that our1 efficient bandmaster
will lend his ready hand to make a
concert on Christmas day at Thomas
Square a grand success and a plea
Smith in tiii: Fokkst.
TMJMiHlli ""i ' J i.irswft,... ifljll
THE POLICE JUSTICESHIP.
EnrTon Bullkti : You say in
your editorial of yesterday that tbo
action of the members of tho bar in
meeting to consider the question of
making a recommendation as to the
next incumbent of tho Police Court
was "in pursuance or in conse
quence of suggestions From tho Attorney-General
and also fioiu tho
This is not true so far as 1 am
A. F. Judd,
Editou Bulletin : It would ap
pear from the report of tho Hooulu
and Hoola Lalntl Society as publish
ed in Wednesday evening's Bulle
tin, that there is property belonging
to the Society amounting to cither
$9,325.50 or $0,992 it is not quite
cloar which more likely tho latter
amount. Thcrcgis $2000 invested
in bonds, $2,1)33.50 deposited in the
Postal Savings bank, with n balance
in the hands of the treasurer of
S14.25. as the result of the period
terminating July 28th, 1888.
It would appear from the list of
Pass Books given as comprising the
larger part of the assets, that more
of them stand in the names of others
(in the different districts) than are
subject to the order of tho treasurer.
It may bo that the signature of the
treasurer would be required before
any funds could be withdrawn on
such books, but nothing appears in
the report to warrant that belief.
Invested bonds $0977.75, charity
$11.90 in eighteen months, and then
come before this generous public
with a call for assistance from ladies
and gentlemen in a charitable work
witli such record beats comprehen
sion. What docs the society mean
by holding a bazar on Saturday for
raising funds when it lias such a
large amount of money on hand? If
the society had no funds and there
were pressing calls it would be a
different matter altogether. There
is no necessity whatever for holding
a bazar, and it is not fair to our bu
siness community who have paid
freight and duties on goods specially
imported for this season, to have a
society rich in funds interfere with
their holiday trade. SunsciunErt.
There was a tolerably good at
tendance at the meeting of the de
bating society, Thursday evening,
and the debate on the subject of
exclusive franchises was exceedingly
interesting. For the next meeting
the subject will be, "Resolved, That
independence under constitutional
government is preferable to foreign
annexation for the Hawaiian Isl
ands." Mr. F. Turrill affirmative,
Mr. John F. Smith negative.
Jones Hello Smith! lias the
missus bought you a Christmas
Brown Not yet old fellow, but 1
saw her in Mr. Goldberg's store yes
terday looking at those nice plush
and leather toilet sets, collar and
cuff boxes ; so 1 suppose I shall get
one, and I assure you I shall be
Jones Your wife is a sensible
woman, for I never saw more appro
priate Xmas presents for a man, and
I hope Mrs. Jones will give me
something of the kind.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
At 7 o'clock this evening Mr. .1.
F. Morgan will hold a special sale
at his salesroom Queen street, when
will be sold an elegant and costly
assortment of silver ware, jewelry,
dress pieces in silk and satin, neck
wear, toys of every kind made un
der the sun, musical instruments,
silks, table cloths, wire ware,
tapestry and velvet rugs, lace cur
tains, lisle thread and silk hose,
colognes, etc. Bear in mind that
all these goods must be sold to close
consignments and there will posi
tively be no reserve whatever. This
is the truth and nothing but the
truth. Special accomodations for
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
The Board of Representatives of
the Honolulu Fire Department held
a special meeting Thursday evening,
Chief Engineer C. B. Wilson pre
siding. Fifteen members were pre
sent. The new laws and regulations
enacted at the last session of the
Legislature were read section by
section by Secretary Henry Smith,
Before adjoiii'ning,First Assistant
Engineer Asch called upon the
Board to change the manner of cele
brating tho anniversary of the de
partment, February 3rd. Hereto
fore it had been celebrated by a pa
rade. He moved that each alter
nate anniversary be celebrated by a
general temperance banquet, to bo
held outdoors weather permitting,
otherwise in the Honolulu Wiles'
Armory. Mr. Asch stated that the
parades wcro costly, what with the
decorating and feasting, that liquors
did the firemen no good, and further
that intoxicating diink had better
he loft out entirely in tho proposed
Tho proposition was Btippoitedaiul
finally referred to the dele
gates of tho various companies for
consideration at their next meetings
It was decided to hold tho cele
bration, whatever form it 11M3' take,
on February 12th, Coronation day,
as tho ttrri fulls on a Sunday.
SOMETHING LIKE A BISHOP,
BiBhop Tuttle when in Missouri
entered into the lives of tho people
and made their troubles his own, and
when the rude mountaineers, as they
presently did, came to know this
strong, brave, and gontlo man, his
fame went through tho mountains
and he becamu tho beloved bishop.
Tho good bishop was soon at tho
height of popularity. The moun
taineers had tested his manhood and
they were reach to love and trust
him for the friend and counselor he
proved to be, and the popular ver
dict was solemnly announced by Mr.
William BunUerfy, a noted desper
ado, when he declared: "He's full
Jeweled and eighteen karats fine.
He's a better man than Joe
Floweree; he's the biggest and best
bishop that ever wore a black gown,
and the whitest man in theso moun
tains. He's a fire-ilghtor from way
back and whenever ho chooses to
go on a brimstone raid among tho
sinners in this gulch he can do it,
and I'll back him with my pile. He
is tho boss bishop, and you hear me
howl." "Amcricai! paper.
XMAS TURKEYS !
100 Choice Cora Fed Turkeys,
For Rale Cheap at my Salesrooms,
tdutuviitw. jjcc. uanti.
Come early and gel a Fat Turkey.
IjEWIS J. LEVEY,
128 It Corner of . Fort Queen sts.
CARD of THANKS.
HP HE ofliceis and members of Co. C,
X let BiitnUion Hawaiian Volunteers,
do hereby icturn thanks to the citizens
who so kindly donated to the proposed
target practice which was to have taken
place on tlic afternoon of the 25th inst.,
but owing to unfoic.ccn circumstances
it hns been postponed to f-omc future
time. K. W. LANGLEY,
VIS It Cjptaiii-Couunnuding.
BLACK Walnut Marblo Top Bedroom
Set, new and in first class coudi
tion. Also, Fine Canopy and 3-light
Chandelier. Apt)!' at No. 7U Bcrctnnia
street opposite Ilavuiiuu Hotel. 128 8t
A SPECIAL meeting of tho slock,
holders of the WaiohinuvAgricul
lural & Grazing Co. (Limited), will bo
held on WEDNESDAY, the Mil day of
January, ut llic office of C. Iuukea,
Honolulu, at 10 o'clock .. m '
O. P. IAUKEA,
12S td Secictary.
A RESPECTABLE woman to keep
JioiiFe anil capable of s-upeiintend-ing
the cooking for an invalid; no other
need npplv. Apply at Bulletin Oflice.
Hawaiian Tramways Co., L'd Con
SOME accounts having been rendered
til this oflleu for innti rials ordered
by lorcmtn without authority, stoic
keepers arc hereby uotilied that no
goods will henceforth be paid forun.
less ordered in writing under my bigna
tine, or per procii&tiniK
.r C. IIULBKUT.
JL W. W. GILBERT,
W. C. WRIGHT.
Any Hi in holding accounts not thus
authorized will kindly notify the under
signed. T. G. GRIUBLE.
Tho Fastest Maohino in tho World
LiGg-al & Commercial Work
Result ot Special Contests far 1880:
Cincinnati, July 25th. Remington 07
words per minute.
NbwYoiik, August 1st. Remington
won ltt, 2nd, !)rd and -1th Prizes.
Toronto, August 18th, Remington
won (championship of tho world) Go'd
and Silver Medals for highest speed ever
recoided 89 words per minute, exclud
tho record, writing on the Remington
108 !)-5 words pet minute, excluding
crroiB; writing blindfold 107 words per
EgrTo bo had with or without Cabi.
W. M. GEPJFAKD,
Agenl for tho Hawaiian Islands.
N. B. Lelleis addressi.il to tho Agent
c. o W. G. Irwin &z Co. will have prompt
attention. dec 20 88
EX "O. J). BRYANT."
28,000 Bed Bricks,
2C1 Mike Shingles,
1,40.1 R. D. Posts,
100 Bbls Golden Gate Flour 1
100 Dills El Cup! tan Flour,
50 Ubls down PJour,
75 Bags Potatoes,
H. Hackfeld & Co.
FOR SALE !
CORNER FORT & MERCHANT STREETS.
Just Arrived m "Austral"
Fisk Clark & Flagg's Scarfs
heather Toilet Sets,
Leather Collar & Cuff Boxes,
-GREAT VARIETY OF-
Linen Colored Border Handkerchiefs,
Xlno Hills Ilunaicevclilefb.
, Fine Fancy Socks, Gold & Silver Headed Canes,
Latest styles in Collars & Cuffs. Latest novelties in fine full
Dress Sits, Pep aid Plaitefl Front !
-FINE ASSORTMENT OF-
Men's Youth's Boy's and Children's Clotlij
BEST QUALITY OF
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
Jas. F. Morgan Auctioneer
Friday Evening, Deo. 2 1 st;
At 7 o'clock, Indies & Gents Fur
nishing Goods, Sicrpl.itcd Hare,
Saturday Evening, Dec. 22nd;
At 7 o'clock, n large assortment of
Christmas and New Yeui 's. G-ods,
Ludies & Gents Furnishing Goods,
Silverware, etc At 8 o'clock, sale
of 2523 Novels, by various authors.
QSTFiont seats reserved for ladies.
Special arrangements .in regaul to ven.
lilation and gas. All Goods will he sold,
regardless ot price.
JAS. E. MORGAN,
dec-10 S Auctioneer.
By Special Hupest
On Friday Evening, Dec. 2188
AT 7 O'CIiOCIt
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, I will
(ell ul Public Auction a Pino
LADIES &. GENTS
Velvet 6t Axminister Rugs,
A Fine Asfo.tnient of
Silver Plated Ware,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JEST" AH Goods to be sold.
tfiy O KOHTVL'S.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
Liquors lJ.iquors !
By order of Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co.
I will sell nt Public Auction, nt
.. my Buk'sroom, Queen
On Saturday, Dec, 22nd
AT 1SS O'CLOCK ieoox.
All Assortment of
v Kliino Wiue,
J?oit Sc fesliorry,
St. Pauli & Offier Beers !
J33tc5 3E.tc., 3Etc.
TJBICIIB AT HAIii:.
JAS. F. MOJLIGAN,
Christmas & New Year's Cards
Just Kcccived nt
A. L. SMITH'S STOKE,
IHegnnt AHHortment ot Cards,
All New Patterns; and must be seen
to be appreciated. Also
n Choice Lot of
Dolls, DreBQcd & Undressed,
Large ami Small DoIIh, with kid
bodies, that will sit down, liu down,
etc., Children ilullding Blocks,
Ladies, Lop Boards, Dress Forms,
And Skli t Foi ins, very nice j etc.
-"- "Wi mil vmnrii
Suitable for Holly Gifts
& Fine Silk Suspenders,
riush Toilet Sets,
STRAW HATS, ETC.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
SALE ofBOOKS 1
By order of Mebrs C. Brewer it Co.
I will sell nt Public Auction nt my
Salesrooms, Queen stieet,
On Saturday Evening, Dec, 22,
AT M O'CLOCK,
The following piopcrty distrained for
rent from tho store of W II Graen
h ilgh. The property eonsis-ts of
3533 rOJE-L !
By Various Authors
Cg5" Books will bo f'li exhibition at
my Salesi oom on Stturdny, Dec. 22d.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auction Sales by Lewis J. LeYey.
Lewis J. Levey - Auctioneer
Vor December, 1888.
Saturday. Deo. 22, at 7 p. m;
Closing S ile of the season when
will be oireicd a s lendid assort,
nicnt of Ctiristmns Prevents. At 12
noon, Ko man Grey Stallion.
BSyThe Auctioneer begs to inform
his patrons that every convenience will
be made for the comfort of ladies n.
tending his Xmas Sales, the Salesrooms
being the largest and best ventilated in
I he Kingdom.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Stallion For Sale
On Saturday, Dec. 33d, '88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NO OX,
I will oiler nt Public Auction, in front
of my Salesrooms, the well-known
Norman Gray Stallion "Prince"
JGSy- Guaranteed sound in every res
pect. LEWIS J. LEVEY,
120 3t Auctioneer.
HAS Coral Hock, Hlack Btone. Black
nnd White Sand and Soil, for salo
in any iiuiintity. Apply at the oflice of
W. C. Achi, Kualiumanu' street. 110 8m
For Whooping Cough
Let any person give
Dr. Lows Cherry Cordial
A trial, nnd the most violent cold
will, in a short time bo
HOLLISTER & CO.,
115 Agents. 2m
THE0. P. SEVERIN,
Has taken the Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Montano, corner of King
and Fort streets, and is pre
pared to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
l'rlutliiK Done lor AinnteurH,
Cabinets $6 a Doz, Work Guaranteed.
JB65T Entrance on Fort .Street. "a
i mmmti wttfeaiiiitriU- &.
E-3C. J. BT O 3L rJT JE3
lias Just Received a Lnrgo Lot of the Finest Brands of
, Gtarefe, Toliaccis
W5T ESPECIALLY for
CIGARETTES ol tho tollowing Well-known
Bielimonil Straight Cut,
Etc., Etc., Etc, Etc!
AM an Assortflrt of lie Yery Best Manilas !
IN SMOKING TOBACCO, THE FOLLOWING FAVORITE
BRANDS WILL BE FOUND:-
?cal of Noith Carolina,
Our Boys, Klilc,
Gem, Lone Jack,
Ktc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Chewing Tobacco of the Best Qualify !
A LARGE VARIETY OF
Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar & Cigarette Holders,
in Briar Wood Pipes, Match Boxes, Tobacco Pouches, &o &c. rim
team Gandy Factory and Bakery,
KITABIJ 3!Kl lHOIl.
Respectfully invites Parents (i it a id i a ns, and tho Public in General to inspect
the Large Stuck niul Ure.it Variety, both of
Home-made & imported Confectionery,
Suitablo for Chiistimis and New Yeas's Presents, which will be sold at
prices to suit the everybody.
Christmas Trees I Christmas Trees !
Xeeorn,tert and XJittlocomtied.
Beady to place on I lie table.
PLEASE LEAVE ORDERS FOR
Horn's Delicious Christmas Mince Pies !
Not later than Monday, 21th inet., noon. Also on hand, largo vnrietyof
Ornamented Christmas Cakes !
Sold cheap to hiiit the times.
W . 23C O 3E2L IN- ,
E'raclicul Confectioner & 1'an try Cook,
No. 71 Hotel street, between Niuinnit & Fort streets, oppo. New Belhel street.
Visit Out' Store tuid Got Your Holiday Present
Our Grand Silver Gift Sale
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During this Sale every customer purchasing the amount of ..lO worth
will received a liamlsonio
m ji. aMccJSNMm&&.
Como and oxamino our New Goods, and you will find them much newer
and lower in price thou elsewhere. It is our unalterable determination to
liavo no recoureo to misleading or misrepresentation. Our advertisement
truly represents tho Goods wo offer for sale.
Over 120 doz. of LadicB' Fine White XTntrimmed Straw Hatfl.
f)"Look at our Hotel street window anil seo tho lino display of Silver
waio suitablo for the Holidays
'Tho near approach of tho Holidays and overstock of Goods make it im
perative that wo malco Iho most radical and sweeping changes in our prices,
and wo feel fully justified in publicly asserting that in tho coming week our
patrons can seouro advantages in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Which have nover beun equaled.
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery I
IPflfThis is tho Heaviest Out in'Prioug over nttcnipted.
I gjjWWo will make reductions in nil our dopaitments.
The "Dail" Bulletin
Will bo Issued
28 Columns of Interesting News.
the HOLIDAYS -a
Havana & Domcs'.lc CIGARS ol tho tollowing
Quiet Girls, Boodle,
Etc, Etc., Etc, Etc.
Etc., Etc., Eic, Etc
Etc., Etc., Etc.
on December 21th.
The Best Paper to Hond Abroad.