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The supply of water will bo shut
off in the district bounded by Alapni
and Piinnhou streets, King street
and "Wilder's montie, fiom 0 a. m. to
i r. M. on Pill DAY, Vek 22, ISS'J.
CHAS. 11. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Wider Woiks.
School IEou.c Tenders.
Tonili'is will bo received ut the
olllce of the. Hoiud nf Kdueulion for
the construction, including niiitoiinl,
painting, freight, cartage, otc, of
bcIiooI houses, and ndditions, ut the
underiuuned places :
Foit Stieet School, Honolulu, nn
addition, 20x215x12 feet, until WED
NESDAY, the (th of March next.
At WuiUapu, Jdutii, a house 20.-10
xl2 feet, with two looms; until WED
NESDAY, the 20tli of Muieli ne.t.
At Huou, liana, Maui, a house
20x4.0.l2 feet, with two looms; until
WEDNESDAY, the 20th ofMnich.
At Pokii, Waiinea, ICuuai, :i house
20x20x10, with veranda; until the
20tli of Match next.
Plans anil specilications of the
house lur Waik.ipu and llaou, on
Maui, may he .-ecu at A. llarncs',
Wailuku, and at .!. fJuunvald's,
Hana, and fui Pokii, Kauai, at T. H.
Gibson's, Waiinea, Kauai.
Plans and specifications of all
these houses may also be seen at the
Oflico of the Board of Education
where any other infoiiuation may be
By order of the Board of Educa
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, Teh. IS, 188!).
170 2t-d 7(i 2t-w
Holders of water piivileges are
hereby notified that the bonis for
using water for irrigating purposes
aie from G o'clock to S o'clock A. M.,
and from -1 o'clock to (i o'clock r. M.
All those found violating the above
notice will be liable to have their
privileges cut off without huther
notice. CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Waterworks.
Honolulu, Feb. 5, ISS'J. ICi 2w
"X" JT JK
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20, 1889.
The sling-shot, so called, is doing
mischief. Two pupils of a small
private school were kept at home
yesterday by injuries received from
the sling-shot, one suffering from
a severely injured eye and the other
from a badly lacerated leg. This
is probably but a fraction of the
mischief already done in the same
way, and unless vigorous action is
taken much more will follow. Some
young urchins find their chief
amusement in peppering Chinamen
and school girls. A little vigilance
on the pait of the police would soon
put a stop to the mischief. The im
mediate application of a whip to the
back of every boy caught in the act
the quickest and surest remedy.
The next best thing is to lodge a
culprit or two in the Station House
for a night. Eilher of the remedies
would, no doubt, have a beneficial
effect on the entire clan of mis
A BRILLIANT AFFAIR.
IIIUTHDAY 11AI.I. AT 1UI.AXI 1'AI.ACi:.
The twenty-first anniversary of
the birth of II. II. Prince David
Kawaiianakoa was celebrated yester
day evening at Iolani Palace by a
grand ball. Tho decorations in the
grand hallway, blue room and din
ing hall were extremely handsome
and effective. Here and there about
the hallway stood immense potted
palms and ferns of the choicest
kind and beautiful bouquets of flowers
were resting in the alcoves on either
side. The bluo room looked very
pretty, as also did tho dining hall.
Numerous bouquets of. flowers occu
pied prominent positions in the
Throne room where the dancing took
place. The latter room was brilli
antly illuminated with the electric
light crystal chandeliers. Mrs. Jas.
W. Robertson, wife of the Yice
Chamhcrlain, supervised the decor
ations, assisted by Mrs. Geo. IS.
Boardmau and James McGuire.
The invilud guests began to arrive
at 8 o'clock, at which hour the
Koyal Hawaiian llnnd, stationed on
the front voranda, commenced a
programme of music under direction
of Bandmaster llcniy llcrger. Major
J. D. Holt received tlin guests at
the main entrance, and conducted
them to tho dressing rooms.
A few minutes heforo 0 o'clock,
tho guests were presented to 11. K.
11. Princess Liliuokalani, II. H.
Prince Kawaiianakoa and II. 11.
Prince Knlaniannole, in the Throne
room, by Col. the Hon. Geo. W.
Macfailane, H. M.'s Cbainberlaiu
Soon afterwards, dancing commenced
to the strains of the Royal Hawaiian
Band, with the following programme
of dances: 1, Waltz; 2, .Lancers;
3, Walt.; -1, Scholtisohe, C, Waltz;
C, Polka; 7, Lancers; 8, Waltz; 9,
Sehottisehc ; 10, Lancers; 11 Waltz;
His Majesty was present during
the evening, and entered into social
conversation with many of the
guests. Mr. J. W. Bobcrtson, Vicc
Chambciiain was assiduous in his
attention to the comfort of those
present. At 11 o'clock an elegant
fciipper was served in the spacious
dining hall. After discussing ttic
bounteous viands, dancing was re
sumed and kept up until about 1
o'clock Wednesday morning.
The following were among those
present: His Majesty the King, 11.
K. 11. Princess Liliuokalani, II. II.
Prince Kawaiianakoa, II. 11. Prince
Kalanianaole, Col. G. W. Macfar
lanc, 11. M.'s Chamberlain; Mr. J.
W. Kobcrtson, Vice-Chamberlain and
Mrs. Robertson ; Col. and Mrs. C.
P. laukca, Capt. J. G. Green, Pay
master L. S. Heap, Lieut. V. K.
Greene and Knsign I. D. Seymour
of tho U. K. S. Alert ; Lieutenants
Kingsmill and P. St. Tohn and Pay
master Bedford of II. B. M. S.
Cormorant: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Page of San 1-rancisco ; Hon. .1. S.
Walker, Hon. Paul Neumann, Major
Sewaul, Signor and Mrs. Campo
bcllo, Mr?. Coit and Mis. F. Eaton
of San Francisco ; Mrs. Pittock of
Portland, Mrs. Covington, Capt.
and Mis. Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. J.
1). Strong, Mrs. James Campbell,
Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Boardman, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Purvis, Mrs. F.
P. Hastings, Mrs. Tufts, Mrs. Rip
ley, Mrs. Lieut. Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Aldrich, Mrs. R. Irish
man, Mr. and Mrs. Wray Taylor,
Mrs. Lemon, Mrs. S. J. Levey; the
Misses Dowsctt, Afong (2), Edith
Mist, Mabel Ladd, Lisbinan, (3),
Walker (), Carter (2), Davidson,
Rose Makec, Mabel Rhodes, Tufts,
Lemon, Hart, Merscberg, Pauahi
Judd, Putnam, Dudoit, Humphreys,
L. Coney, Fuller Harvey, Finckler,
Winter ;Messis. II. M. Whitney,
Jr., Cecil Brown, 11. F. Poor, God
frey Brown, Howard Hitchcock, J.
W. Coville, J. D. Holt, Jr.. E. F.
Bishop, C. Mett, A. W. Richardson,
Pierre Jones, O. Carter, C. Hall, W.
Mclnerny, W. Wright,"!. II. Cum
mins, E. Stiles, J. McGuire, Geo.
E. Smithies, J. M. Monsarrat, Col.
J. II. Boyd, N. Gedge, S. Monsar
rat, E. D. Tcnncy, Malcolm Brown,
R. W. Purvis, J. J. Eagan, T. E.
Wall, T. P. Scverin, C. Creighton,
A. W. Bolster and Peterson.
CONSUL SEWALL'S REVELATIONS.
i:xti:acts khom his testimony ituroiu:
Tin: si:nati: committi:i:.
The New York Herald of January
:10th publishes the secret testimony
given by Consul-General Harold M.
Sewall before the U. S. Senate sub
committee investigating the Samoan
question. Concerning the attack of
Germany upon the Samoans Mr.
"I was very quickly made confi
dent, on my arrival in Samoa, from
what was suggested to me with some
positiveness from a German source,
that this movement then contemplat
ed by Germany was a part of a
greater movement, which would be
gradually unfolded, and I think the
course of recent events has justified
this conclusion. This was given me
by a most well-informed German
then living in Samoa. It was that
Germany was to take Samoa and
England was to take the Tonga Isl
ands, and it was suggested that the
Hawaiian Islands would remain as
they were. But 1 was made to feel
at that time, and my impression has
been strengthened since, that if the
Samoan Islands went to Germany
and Tonga to England, both of
those Powers combined would, for
the benefit of cither, begin active
operations in Hawaii. That there
is such danger now to me is very
plain from the rate at winch English
investments arehcingput into Hawaii
and f loin the importance attached to
Hawaii through the completion of
the Canadian Pacific Railroad, and
by tho survoys that nrc now going
onSfor a cable between Vancouver
and New Zealand. An English ship
has been for some time in 1 onga
making surveys of the locality, and
the captain informed me ho would
shortly be in Samoa."
Wi:i)Nr.sAYt Feb. 20th.
The case of Geo. Grader charged
tv I Hi heedless mid furioun driving
wan partly heard tinil continued to
.Johnson mid Klaiuio had each to
pay the usual amount for drunken.
Kaai was lined S10 and sentenced
to three months' imprisonment for
rpHE B ESTPA P E R to bubrfrllo
JL lor ii tho "Daily Uulluliii," CO
ctiils per mouth.
WHAT HILO WANTS.
The llilo "Record" expresses the
wants of llilo in the following arti
cle: That tho town of llilo is destined
to bo tho centre of a prosperous and
well populated country around, is
not a question to bo disputed. Our
fine harbor which, in fact, is tho
only harbor on the island, is in
itself one of the strongest arguments
in favor of the growth of our town.
A good harbor with proper facilities
for loading and unloading freight,
and a backing of an extensive agri
cultural country, is ons of tho
greatest aids in buildlnjr up a town.
Thus wo have a good harbor and a
well watered area of rich soil, ex
tending to Waipio. What we want
is harbor iminoveinents. We must
be able to ship and unload freight
here without delay. If we want to
get our share of the Pacific trade,
such accommodations as wharves,
storage buildings, etc., must be pro
vided. Vessels will not come here,
if theie is a probability of their be
ing dclnined one or two weeks by a
high surf, or the tedious method of
lighterage for their freight. It is to
he hoped that our Government will,
in the near future, find it best, not
to spend all their money on Hono
lulu, for harbor improvements.
Honolulu is only kept up by the
profits arising from the inter-island
trade. It has no natural resources
to speak of, while we of Hilo have
the whole Island of Hawaii at our
hack. It is not to he wondered at
that Honolulu capitalists do not de
sire to sec a railroad built from Hilo
to Waipio, with a licet of vessels
sailing diiecl from hereto the Coast.
Nor do they, with any love to Ko
hala Planters, look at the freight of
that fertile district, going by way of
Mahukona to San Francisco. But
all this must come and more, too.
And we must put out an effort to do
it. Men sent to our Legislature
must be Hawaii's own sons or citi
zens. No Honolulu residents for
us. We've got to light this out sin
gle handed, against the rich corpor
ations and banking houses in that
city. And we must be ready to
hold out inducements for trade to
seek our port. Let the Trans Pa
cific Cable touch our Islands any
where and llilo will be the resort of
the majority of the freight carrying
licet, as it is nearer to almost all the
Pacific and Australian ports and
easier of access also. In another
part of our sheet we print a com
munication speaking of the need of
hotel accommodations in this town,
and we call the attention of all to it.
What is said then is all true and in
the light direction. Finish our car
riage road to the Volcano, and give
us a good hotel, and llilo will be
filled wilh tourists. And tourist
travel means "cash." Any country
that can command the large share of
tourist travel must prosper.
Honolulu can show a Pali, a
Punch Bowl, and Diamond Head,
but llilo can (if our lailroad is ever
built) a 2000 ft. pali, with a beauti
ful fall leaping sheer to its very
bottom. And instead of two old
played out volcano cones, the
laigest active crater in the world
and another one (which is far from
dead) among the clouds and eternal
snows, and all of easy access. Then
why should not llilo take the cream
of the tourist travel and not give it
to Honolulu, which has so little to
give in leturn. Every true Hiloite
should be active in doing all that
one can do for our progress and not
put anything in the way of it.
COTT'S Genuine Midlothian Oatmeal
in H lb. tins
For sale by
BKOWX & CO.,
US Merchant street.
Self-lighting Pocket Lamps.
F:KFECT Iiiitaniuicom t'ulMiglitlug
Lamp, may be eairied m vcot
pocket. 1'iiee, with 700 extra lights,
St 00. .1. E. HHOWN & CO.,
178 I v 28 Merchant Btieet.
NEW "Invincible" Compound Cen
trifuiral Piinipinf'Eu"liie, with At
tached Conilensur uml Air Pump, com
plete; diameter of discharge pipe, 8
HOXOU'LU IRON WOKKS CO.
npiIE power ul uiiornuy given by mo
L to jMr. Fiank IjIowi. nn September
21 1888, lias been i evoked according to
its tuiuiB, and Mich i evocation bus been
178 2t W. S. LUCE.
A T the annual riieetinj,' of the ICiipio
X. hini Pink Ah. delation held nn the
JiOih day of Fobruaiy, A. I). ItBO, tho
follow ing bhureholiltrs woio duly elected
lo bcivo as membeib of the Hoard of
Jas. Campbell, A. S. CJeghorn, Tom
May, Cecil Ilrown, W. 31. Glllaiil. II. .1.
Agnew, Wm. O. Irwin, II. R. 31ucfar
luue, T. It. Walker, IS H. Cunlm and
II. J. Nolle.
W. M. QIFFARI),
178 lw Scci ctary, pro tern.
npiJK annual meeting of the stock
X holders of the Inter Island Steam
Navigation Co., (Limited), will be held
ou TUKsDAY, Mm eh 0,18811, at 10
o'clock A, it., at their olllce on Queen
stieet. J. F.NA,
Honolulu, Feb. 18, IBM. 177 12t
B F YOU FIND ANYTHING.
JL adveitUu it in thu Daily Bullktim
HONOLTJLir, H. I., FEBRUARY 20, 1889.
Auction Sale by Jamos F. Morgan.
Regular Cash Sols !
To-morrow-. Feb 21
AT lO CVCI.Oflt A. 31..
At my Salesroom, Qicimi street, I will
sell nt Pn Idle Auction,
Tho Contents of a Tailor Shop
And a lot of
Single Suit and Pant Patterns,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Special Credit Sale !
older of Messrs-. II. llackfeld &
I will sell at Public Auction,
On Saturday, Feb. 23d,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At my Salesrooms, Queen f-trcet,
On a Liberal Credit to the Trade,
A largo ttoilmciH of
. (Jump! Islng
S uiliii'"3 Cuiidli", r.i'i,
Vmen'ir, Wah H u . Olive Oil,
l'l'sirs, Jan.s, ' hoeol'itt',
SOAPS; Etc. gtc.
lilies nt Wr.ipiiing Paper,
Kiwllers, MurUt & Lirgu Huskcts,
Hicc 1!RS, Sugar ling-",
I'.ulJy ling, btiil Twine,
Golden Sea! Tobacco,
Just ii i rived. Alo,
G.i'. Huckets & Tula, Pnucepnns,
Eua'iiclcd Ware, Wire Nails,
Cine Knives lion Hedsleads, elc,
Also, a s-mall invoice of
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE !
rX" JEltBtH JL.1 15 lilt A.DO.
JAS. F. MOUGAN,
On Saturday, Feb. 23df
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX,
At the Fish Market Wh u f, I . ill sell nt
The Hawaiian Sclir "Waielm," GB tons
With Hails, Anclim, i o.its, ilc,
The vessel is in good condilion, and
is now engaged in a good, paying trade
on the Kauai route.
Parties wishing a good vcsfc! for the
island trade should not miss this oppor.
'For further particulars, apply to
JAS. J?. MOI?GAN,
Lease of Resiflence
On Tuesday, Feb. 26,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
On tliu premise?, side of Punchbowl,
(directly opposite Kminn street), l will
sell at Public Auction,
The Lease of the Premises
Occupied by Sir. Sloitcnson, as a resi
donee. There is a
Dwelling If onso on tho Lot
Containing Pallor, Deilroom, Diuing
looin, Kitchen and Out-houscR. The
U'livee Yeui'M to run
Willi pi ivdege ol Ave years extension
nt $25 per milium. Also u the same
time will be i-olil iliu
Entire Household Furniture
tOT Tho road lo the Government
Quarry, Puuchtowl street, leads to the
JAS. F. MOllGAN,
ItX and hidice' mute.
of 22 yei.rs expeiienee nt Queen Char,
lottu Lying iii.lJoi-pliid, Loudon. Other
ialuuds not objected to. Itcaidencc,
"Jordan House," School street. P. O.
Box 476; Mutual Tele. 873. 170 3m
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Paia Sugar Stock !
On Friday, Rflarch 1st,
AT 1U O'CLOCK. XOOX.
At mv Snlcstoniu, Queen strrct, 1 will
soil nt 1'uMic Auction, for ac
count of wlinni it mny
Paia Sugar Stock!
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Hawaiian Tramways Co,
From I'nliima foi ltillo Ilnngc only
5:30 a. m. and every hour until b:30
r. m.; last e.u lU:Jll r.
Fiom I'alama for
Wnikiki 7:10 A. m,
until U:10 v. si.
Kiiinx IIs tiu
a. m., 7:f0 a.
Itaugc for I'ulnmn G 00
m., and evcrv half hour
until il.'JO l
H. : lust car 10:30 i M.
Fiom Wnikiki for l'alama 7:10 A.
and eveiy hour until 10:10 r. m.
Extra C ir from I'alam i for Rifle
Range 12 noon, 4 i M , 5 i. si , and
from Rill i Range at 2:.0 v. m.
First mis from Pa'ama for Rifle
Range only at (l::50 a. m.
FirM car fiom Pnlama for Waikiki
at 7:10 A. M.
First uir from Wnikiki tit 8:10 a. u.
First car from Rifle U'liie at 7 a. m.
No ctra c.ir at
12 noon, 4 r. m , G
. m. from I'nlanm.
Opening of Oaliu College Line,
On and after Wednesday, the 20th
in-t.cars will run to and from Oabu
College as under:
Leave Palama 8:20 a. m., A:20a. u,
2:C0 l', m ,4:20 r M and 8:10 r. n.
Leave 0 iliu Collegf 7:.r,0 a. m., 8:50
A. m, 10.50 a. .v., 2:30 p. m. and 0:50
-12:12 i. M. and 8:-10
Leave Oabu College 9:20 A.M., 10:20
A. m. and GsiiO a. m.
Time Table now
ready; price 1
Just received a fiish supply of this
favorite di aught beer
A FEW nrivatr pupi's, in any of the
classical or scientific studies, by
uu cxpeiicnccd teacher. Terms reason,
able. Address "L," Uui.lktin Olllce.
A COTTAGE, corner Kiimti
and Pcnsacolu btrict.
Possession given after March
YV. 0. ATWATEK,
174 lw Honolulu Iron Works.
EED Durock mid Du.
rock and Berkshire
Pics, from $10 to $20 a
pair, according to size
Hell Telephone, 403s Mutual Telephone
513. JAS. MEHSEIJima,
173 lw "Wnimanalo, Koolaupoko,
Bi? i?irr i?dq ft- ma
. I. MlMlio & til).
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AltE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
-SPECIAL UAltGAlNS OF-
Remnants in All
Just Received n
-WE WILL SELL
Our $2.50 Parasols for 1.25.
Our S3.50 Parasols lor $2.00.
Our S-1.50 Parasols for S2.75.
Our $5.50 Parasols for $3,110.
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces,
f NOW IS YOUlt TIME TO PURCHASE
Tta Prices wg pimitio for Oio Ml Oily !
KrwlB I I) H n
Has l eceived
another huge shipment of that Celebrated Draught Beer
by tho Steamer "Australia."
II is a dear, Cool aM
I S bai
1J) FOKT STttKET.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for P. Lorillard & Co.'s Tobaccos, &, W. S. Kimball &. Co.'s
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - - - 73 Hotel Street.
jronrf rx,jai3i2i Honolulu.
sr dahqains taa
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns;
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
ELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS k fill MCHAIISE.
NovoltioH aud Fuuoy Gootlw, In XjUX'o Vurloty.
Fresli Lot of
BLACK HOSE 1
FOR ONE WEEK-
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Tlits Leading; IMillinery House.
i DUAI.EIIS IN-
86T BAHQAINB -f
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