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Notice ot ll minutioii.
;An ..examination of uiiceitificited
iteaclicisnnd of nspirauts for teacher's
((positions will be held nt Port Street
School on SATURDAY, December
29, 1888, nt 9 o'clock a. m.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspector-Gonoinl of Schools.
Honolulu, Dccomber 27, 1888.
In accordance with Sec. 1 of chap
ter XXVII of tho laws of 1880.
All poisons holding water piii-
leges or those pnying water laics, mo
hereby notified that (he wutci rales
fefor tho term ending Juno !i0, 188'.),
twill bo duo nnd payable at tho oflieo
CHlho Honolulu Water AVoiks on
tho 1st of January, 18S9.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days, after they arc due,
r will bo subject to an additional 10
t, Parties paying latcs will please
Represent their last receipt.
, .LllllUB U1U IilllUlU ill. UIU UUIUU UL
tho "Water "Works in tho Knpuaiwn
S)jv U.110 statute allowing no tlibcietion,
V8trict enforcement of this clauso will
OIIAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water "Woiks.
Honolulu, Dec. 14, 1S88.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit ef all.
Editor Bulletin: My attention
has been called to copies of your
paper for December 12th and 17th,
containing statements about the
sugar which arrived in ban lran
ciseo on the steamshin "Wcstmeath
We -ffrtYn .Tnvn ni"Mieirrtnfl tr flirt A mnpi.
, .uiu uu.-., vui.o.giii.1. lw w.n "U.U.-
R? can ousrar ltcunerv Jomnanv. xi
is not ray purpose to touch upon
kthe meaner leauires of the contro-
ryjersy between the rival San Fran-
rcisco refineries ; but 1 may say that
tho sympathy of many honorable
inierchants of that city, who aic ac-
?..-. iininffwl n.itli flin fnnla la will. IKn
gU llttlUbWll 1I11U .ili litbliO IS ITltll tut;
, officials of the Ameiican Sugar Rc-
gfinery Company. It seems to me
;that the liabil of silence heietoforc
.maintained by the ofllceis of the
K American Sugar Refinery Company,
!p when attacked by the California Ee-
4 - Mm rv ft n f limn li v vli 4 4
IIUCIJ lUiliaUJ U11IU1UIS, miui, lit
times, be more honoicd in the breach
than in the observance.
Touching the cargo of the Wcst
meath I may say that T saw a state
ment of the contract, made b mer
chants in Batavia with Ilavemcyer
and Elder of New York city, by
which the merchants aie bound to
deliver in San Francisco a caigo of
sugar under No. 10 Dutch standaid
of color, at a btated price per hun
dredweight, to polaiibe an average
of 97j:legrccs. Fwas informed that
louier cargoes nan aiso ueen pur
chased for deliveiy in IsTcw Yoik
and that this class of sugar has been
entered at that port for years past.
Upon the arrival of the Wcstmeath
in San Francisco the officers of the
American Sugar Refinery Company,
entered the caigo as per inoice,
giving bonds for tho full value of
the sugar and paid about one hun
dred and fort3'-four thousand dol
lars for duty assessed upon the
cargo. Tho work of unloading the
cargo commenced at once, but was
Vstopped shortly after by the Cii3tom
House officials because of informa
tion given by the President of the
California Itcflnery, to tho effect
that the sugars had been eoloied to
avoid payment of duty on grades of
sugar of No. 13 and over of the
standard of color. Samples of sev
eral lots of sugar were taken by the
appraiser and submitted to the Cus
tom House chemist for examination
nnd a rcpoit upon results. Pending
tho examination by the chemist no
sugar was discharged, but the cargo
was not seized and tho vessel was
not sent into the stream. The re
- port of the chemist sustained the in
formation given to the Collector of
Customs and the officers of the
American Sugar Refinery Company
were asked to pay a further sum of
sixty-two thousand dollars duty,
which was at once done, under pro
" test, and the vessel proceeded to
. discharge cargo. 1 was told that
tlie Custom House chemist stated
that the coloring matter used was
molasses, a statement that will no
doubt nmuse practical biigar manu
facturers. Mr. Burr, the chemist of the Am
erican Sugar Refinery Company,
subjaUted samples to other chemists
-who reported that they were unable
to find coloring mutter. They, no
doubt, did not caio to ribk repulu
tion by stating that they had found
that raw Biigurs wero eoloied with
molasses. The parties interested in
preventing me lunuing 01 mo cargo
lot sugar finding that the Collector of
luubtoni8flvft8AHmviiiwK to po made u
tool of then turned to the Bpccinl
ngent of the Treasury Department
for aid, who agreed to place the
matter before the United States Dis
trict Attorney for an opinion, nnd
this olllcinl decided that tho action
of tho Collector of Customs was all
that was v mi anted under tho
statutes. Meanwhile tho Collector
of Customs had letcrred tho matter
to the Treasury Department nt
Washington for instructions, nnd
was informed tliat his action was nil
that was required.
When I left San Francisco the
woik or discharging lue sugar was
going on under the supervision ot
nn olllcer of customs and a lepie
sentntive of the American Sugar Re
finery Company, who were jointly
taking samples of the different lots
of sugar to no sealed and sent to
"Washington for examination and an
adjustment of the vexed question of
duly; the solution of which is of
absorbing interest to the inci chants
in Batavia. J. O. Cahtiui.
THE LAST SAD RITES.
The fuiicial of the late Charles
Olcsou took place yestei day after
noon from the Kamchamcha School,
and was very largely attended. The
service was conducted by the Rev.
E. G. Beckwith D. D., pastor of
the Central Union Church, and the
Rev. W. C. Mcrritt, Principal of
Oahu College. Dr. Beckwith deliv
cicd a touching address. The mu
sic was by the boys of the Kameha
meha school, and several of the
older ones acted as pallbearers.
The floral offerings were numerous
and very beautiful. The remains
were taken to the Nuuanu Cemetery
followed by nearly forty caniages.
The Chinese Sundtry school of St.
Andrew's Cathedral held their
Chiistmas festival last evening in
the old cathedral building. The
affair was under the direction of the
Rev. Herbert II. Gowcn. The in
terior of the room was very tastily
decorated with flowers and ever
greens. At one end was a large
Christmas tree loaded down with
gifts, which looked very pretty when
lighted up with small candles. Be
sides the pupils, there were also pre
sent the members of the Chinese
Congicgation and a few invited
The proceedings opened witli the
singing of a hymn in Chinese, after
which Mr. Gowcn lead two collects
in the same language. The Bishop
gave a brief address explaining why
Christmas was celebrated. It was
followed by a magic lantern exhibi
tion which pleased the little ones
very much. The Christmas tice
was lighted and the gifts were dis-
tnuutcu among the childieu amid
much amusement. Everyqne in the
room leceivcd a present. The
whole affair was exceedingly enjoy
able and an entire success.
Hawaiian Lodge, Ho. 21, F. & A. M.
rpiIKRB will be a meeting of Hu.
X wniian Lodge No. 21, F. & A. M.,
at its Hall, conui of Fort and Queen
stiects, THIS (Thursday) EVENING,
Dixembcr 27lli, at 7:110 oVloelf, tor the
purpobo ot installing tho olllccrs elect for
the ensuing masonic car.
lembtis of Lodge le Progrcs and nil
sojourning brethren nre fraternally in.
vitcd to be present.
By order of the "WV. M.-.
T. C. PORTER,
132 11 Secretory.
EXTRA Fino Fiuit and Cition Cake
ornamented, at the Pioneer Steam
Caiuly Factory & JJakeiy. 132 It
THE COTTAGE No. 14
School street, opposite
the Government School. Ap.
oT. A. Lloyd, ICalihi, or, ring up
Telephone Ho 71. 132 1
aUIE New Cottage on Here
. tnnin street No. ill), com
prising parlors, diningroom,
pantry, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bathroom,
etc. Apply nt
rpHE well known Delicious Jllnce
X l'ics for New Year, nt the Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory 6c Uiikeiy.
FOR KENT or LEASE
PRE Store and Ofllcus on
Nuuanu street, now oc.
cupied by Chulnn is Co. Pos.
session given in January. For terms
apply to Wji. G. IRWIN & CO.
Now England Chowder, or,
Old England Eisli Soup,
CAN be mnde to perfection witliStiu
linnul New Zealand Mullet. One
tin makes n gallon of lltcso delicious
dishes. Only $2 per doon liny. Foi
sale by J. E. BROWN & CO.,
132 Ot-GS It 2H Merchant street.
rPHE hugest nssoi tiucut of Oina
JL nientedFi nit nnd Citron Cake for
New YcaiB Piescnts, at tho Pioneer
Btcam Candy J'actoiy it Unkcry.
A GIRL or Woman to iiesIsI in general
housework. Apply at this ofilcc.
A CHEQUE for $37 CO drawn on Hie.
hop & Co. by R A. Lymun in
favor of Mies J. Earnnrd. Payment
stopped nt the haul:. Return to this
olllce. .. jgoi (It
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovey,
On Saturday Niglit, Dec. 29th,
AT 7 O'VIiOUK,
1 w 111 sell at Public Auction nl my Sales,
rooms, the balance loft of
Xiniiw SPi'eseiitJai !
Toys, Clia & GIs fare,
Lie, LMc, i:tc., Etc.
McGUIRE hereby notifies the
ublic Hint ho will, in conjunc-
lion with J. McQueen, carry on tho Ban-
gagu Express and Draj ing Business now
conducted by J. Green & Co., commenc
ing on .Tnnnaiy 1, 18S9. All kinds of
baggage express nnd draying work
promptly attended to. 132 tf
PONY FOR SALE.
QU1TABLK for a
O chilli. New io-
ei ibli' child's saddlo
- wlthbiidle. All com-
plele. Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
Hereford Bull, im.
ported from New Zca.
land ; about G years old.
Can be seen in the paddock opposite
I'unahou. Inquire of
C. 11. JUDD,
114 lin At A. J Cartwright'a.
THE annual meeting of the Sailor's
Home Society will be held at the
room of the Chamber of Commerce on
SATURDAY, the 20th December, 188S,
at 10 o'clock a. jr. Election of Trustees,
etc. A good attendance of members is
requested F. A. SCIIAEFER,
131 3t Sccretaiy.
A SPECIAL meeting of the stock,
liolderb of Ihe YV'niohlnu Agiicul
tuial & Gin.inc Co. (Limited;, ill be
held on "WEDNESDAY, the !ith day of
January, at Ihe olllce of C. P. Liulcco,
Honolulu, at 10 o'clock a. m.
C. P. IATJKEA,
128 td Secietary.
NEITHER John Mnhiai Kancakua
nor 'Ilios. K. Nathnnkl are autbo
rized to collect for me, any one paying
them money on my account does so at
his or their risk.
" "W. C. PARKE.
Honolulu, Thursday, Dec. 20, 1;88.
RS. GASCOYNE is prcpnied to
lcccivc oiclers for Dyeing nil
classes of Goods at the Tbompson's
Celebrated Dye Works of Sau Fran
cisco. Samples of the Dye in all Ihe
aiious colois and shadci can bo seen
on application to Mis. Gatcojno's Dicsb.
miking Room". OrdcrB promptly at
tende d to. 109 lm
Christmas & New Year's Cards
Just licceived nt
A. L. SMITH'S STORE,
EUegnnt AHsuviincnt oi CnirdM,
All Now Patterns; and must be seen
to be appreciated. Also
a Choice Lot of
Dolls, Dressed & Undressed,
Large and Small Dolls, with kid
bodies. Hint will fit down, lie down,
etc., Children'. Uullding Blocks,
Ladies, Lap Boards, Dress Forms,
AndSklitForms iy nice; etc.
The Nippon Viihuii KnlHlin'H
Will lenvo for above poilfc, posi
iSareuary 2nd, 1839.
Chinese Pafasengcis for Hongkong
will bo transferred nt Yokohama to the
Hongkong steamer without extia ex.
pensc. All baggage whilst nwaitlng
transfer will be piopcily cared for and
protected by the Stcambhip Co.
The undersigned call the special atten
tion of excursionists to the fact that tho
'B. S. Tnkntngo Mnru" will retuinto
this port in March, which win allow
1011ml trip pusscngers ubout a month or
six weeks to visit Yokohama, Shanghai,
tlio Inland Hen nnd other places of in.
tcrcst in Japan.
Round Trip Faro to Yokohama:
And Cabin, &10.
JBfiyFor Freight or Passage, having
Superior Cabin and Steerage Accoinmo.
dutlons, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
dcc-1.88 , A gents.
Auction Salo by James F, Morgan,
On Saturday Evening, Dec. 29,
AT V O'CLOCK,
At my Salesroom, (Juren ftrrtt, I will
"sail at Public Auction, an
I-Ioliday Goods !
Embroldod & Hemstitched
Silk iKI and kerchiefs,
Pongee Pajaraa Suits,
White Silk Pnjnnin Suits,
Japanese Ten Sets,
DECORATED DINNER SETS,
Japanese Punch Bowls,
Embrd. "Wool Shawls
Ladies Dress Goods,
Etc., Etc., Ele., Etc.
be sold at any price.
this stock must
To Stand this Season, Jan, 1, '89
At aioltulcia HtorK I-'nrui,
The Imported Morgan Stallion
Kli for S'.iH'h Jlnic.
Mares bred to
on the farm nt u
GLORY" can tcmain
pastui.igc nt 12 per
annum. Uvery cor,
ttkcu but no ics-
"Mnre'5 not proving in foal may bo
reiurne 1 nc.M, s-ea,-on free of ( barge, if I
still own the Hor-e. ,5. GAY.
Hay's Ginger Champagne !
Delicious Non-Intoxicating and
Invigorating Tonio Beverage.
This Sjiailliiiff, Eshilat ating A lie
ficshing Diink, while beinp l.u more
ngrceable in bouquet and flavor than
the Pinctt Chainfagnc, is, at the same
time, unlike it,
Free from Alcohol !
"An excellent and most agreeable
beverage." The Lancet.
"One of the most delicate and whole
some di inks in the mai kct The ci eami
nes?, coloi, and een the nioma of cham
pagne arc precisely imitated, and the
after-flavor of the Ginger Fs'cuco is
peculiarly grateful." Medical Press.
Price, $2 & $2.60 per doz., delivered
roit SAiii: oxi.y y
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
182J 28 Merchant Street. Llni
Notice of Special Partnership.
THIS is to certify thnt the undei
sicned have formed a special part
nership pursuant to ilie statute in such
case made and provided.
That lliu name of the dim under
which such partnciship is to bo con
ducted is "Sing Cliong As Co."
That tho general nature of the busi
ness to be transacted is the laising,
planting and culliwtting of rice in tho
Inland of Oahu, the owning mid opeint
inn of rice cleaning mllh on suid Island
of Oahu, and the buying nnd selling of
all kinds of goods, warts" nnd merchan
dise in bald Island of Onhu.
That the principal place of buMiiess
of said firm is Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
on Maunakca street.
'That the names of all tho general and
special partners? niu as follows:
A. II. Loo Ngawk, Hong Quon, Tong
Choug Soy and L. Alal, who all reside
in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, and Lum
Say ICau, who reside at Kaalaea, District
of Koolaupoho, Uhind of Oahu, are the
gencial partneis; and Lum Chung Wn
and Tong Hung, who leside in Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, nnd L. Apanu,
Tong Chang AVni, Leong Nam and L.
Tuck ICoug, who rcsido at Kong Shenng
xu, JJisinu ot iicoug fcjau, in tuo .um
pire of China, are the spicial partners;
nnd that the laid A. II, Loo Ngawk,
Honsr Quon, Tong Cluing Soy and L.
Alni, have each contributul the bum of
Jive fiousaiid dollirs ($5,000) ; and tho
said Lum Say Kua, has contributed the
Bum of fifteen thousand dollars t$l!v
000) townuls the capital ttock.nnd that
tho bald partnership U to commence on
iho Ut day of Jnnuaiy, A. D. IBS'J, aud
to continue nnd bo in forco ior the term
of 12 jeurs irom bald l6tday of Jauuaiy,
Dated Honolulu, Nov. bOth, A.D. 1888,
A. II. LOO NGAWK,
TONG CHUNG SOY,
L ALA I,
LUM CHUNG WAA,
LUM SAY KAII,
By his ntl'y in fact A II. Loo Ngawk:
TONG CHANG WAI (w),
By hor atl'y in fact Tong Chung Soy :
By his ntt'y in fact A. II. Loo Ngawk:
L. TUCK KONG,
By his atl'y in fact A. H. Loo Ngawk.
Duly ackuowlidged beforo Thos. W.
Hobron, Notary Public, Island of Oahu,
.the 4th day of December, 1688.
HAS Coinl Hock, Black Stone, Black
and White Sand and Soil, for snlo
In nuy quantity. Apply al llio ofllco of
W. C. Aohl,"Knaliumanu street. 119 Dm
Tho Fastest Moohino in tho World
Legal & Commercial Work
Result ol Special Contests lor 1088:
Cincinnati, July 25th. Itcmlnglon 97
words per minute.
NEwYoni;, August 1st. Hcmington
won 1st, 2nd, 3rd nnd 4th Prizes.
Toiionto, August 13th. Hcmington
won (championship of tho world) Gold
nnd Silver Medals for highest speed over
recorded DO words per minute, exclud
LAiasGr.oiioK.N.Y. McGurrln broke
the record, writing on the Hcmington
103 3 5 words per minute, excluding
errors; writing blindfold 107 words per
tSTo bo hnd with or without Cahi
W. M. GIFFARD,
Agent for Ihe Hawaiian Islands.
N. B. Letters addressed to tho Agent
c.o W. u. Irwin & Uo. will hnve prompt
dec 20 B9
Principal lit. Hev. Alfred
D. I)., Bishop of Honolulu.
Master John Bush, Ebq., London
University, M. C. P. Certificated to
tcncli Drawing by Science and Art De
partment, South ICeusington.
Assistant Miss Annio M. t're'colt,
Ccitillcated by Board of Supervisois of
the Public Schools of the Cily of Boston.
Tho School will re-opon after the
CliriMmas vacation on January 7tb.
The School enjoys a healthy situation,
poes'es a spacious Schoolroom, nnd a
large wcU-vcntPnted Doimitory. Every
attention is paid to the health and com
fort of the fcrhoLui. Many old pupils
are now in cxoclki.t positions.
Fees $ir,0 per aunum.
Boys under 10 ijl25 per annum.
Days Scholars. ...CO cent.) per week.
Boysocr 14 $1 pel week.
All payments must be iu advance.
EgjTFor admission apply to
129 2w TUP, PRINCIPAL.
A Place to Make a Good
The Best Company
Onsh AHsetH - S118,MM!,H51 HK.
Will sell j ou a Policy of Inbiirance which
is incouUs'nhlc after Two Years, and ib
an absolutely safe investment. Call on or
SS. B. itOSE,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Isluiuls. oct-0 88-ly
For Your fife & CMlta
Free Tontine Policy
IN THE NEW YORK
The Actual Results of tlicso Policies as
paid sinco I8S2, have by far
been greater than thoo
ot any other
Over $1,000,000 Insurance in Force
On These Island?.
full particulars, rates, etc.
. . ItlUtCiEIt,
Gcnornl Agent Hawaiian
-FOR SALE BY
Life Insurance Co.,
II . JT . NOLiTE
Has Just R'celved a Lirgo Lot of tho Finest Brands of
Ciprs, Ciorettos,Tolaccos & Binolcors' RmoisiiGs !
&6T ESPEOIALIiY for tho HOLIDAYS -a
CIGARETTES ol tho tallowing Well-known
Richmond Straight Cut,
Etc., Etc., Etc, Etc!
AM i Assortment of
IN SMOKING TOBACCO, THE FOLLOWING FAVORITE
BRANDS WILL BE FOUND:-
Seal of North Cniolinn,
Our Boys, Rifle,
Gem, Lone Jack,
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Chewing Tobacco of the Best Quality !
A LARGE VARIETY OF
Rfleerschaum Pipes, Cigar & Cigarette Holders,
in Briar Wood Pipes, Hatch Boxes, Tobacco Ponchos, fire., &c. Urn
'u- ' '' ' ' , ' " ',' ':, : Jit
CORNER FORT & MEROHAKT STREETS.
Just Arrived Ex. "Ansiralia"
Pisk Claik & Flagg's Sc.ufs
Liather Toilet Sets,
-UREAT VARIETY OF-
Linen Colored Border Handkerchiefs,
Pino tolllv UttiicllcorulilotV".
Fine Fancy Socks, Gold & Silver Headed Canes,
Latest styles in Colhus it Cufls. L.Uuht uo cities in fine full
Dress Sits, Pen it Plaited Front !.
FINE ASSORTJIENT OF-
's Youth's Boy's
BEST QUALITY OF
Visit Ouv Store and Get Your Holiday Present
rSJii m UHIdap4iiJ(arUlia0U UWId
Our Grand Silver Gift Sale
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
Dining this Bale eveiy customer purchasing tho amount of $2.50 worth
will received a handi-omo
- . . n. (WBl i i 'WfiWrnBPW i
Conio nnd examine our Now Goods, and you will find them much nowor
and lower in pi ice tlien clfcowlioiu. It is our unalteiahlo determination to
havo no recouiEo to misleading or misiopicBcntation. Our advertisement
tiuly ropiebonts tho Goods wo oiler for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White TJnUimmed Straw Hats.
jJfilfLook at our Hotel Htiect window and kco the fine dibplay of Silvoi
wiuo biiitahlo for tho Holidays.
Tho near nppioach of tho Holidays and oveistook of Goods mnko it im
pciatio that wo mako the most uidical and Mvcopiug changes in our prices,
and we feel fully jiibtilled in puhlicly iibsorting that in tho coming week our
pations can becuro ndvantae;es iu
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Which hao never hcen equaled.
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery I hosiery I
gjeyrhiB is the llcaviebt Out in Prices over nttempted.
g"We will make reductions in nil our depailments.
Havana & Domestic CIGARS ol Ihe following
Quiet Girh, Boodle,
X.IC , iilC., VAC , i!,tC.
tie Very Best
Etc., Etc, lite, Eto.
Sillile for lolly Gifts
& Fine Silk Suspcndcis,
Plush Toilet Rots,
aud CkilM Clothing !
STRAW HATS, ETC
rxsmxr mAy vi
i., Etc., Etc.
l v '