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TcjmIimm for fc iinnl EIoiihch.
Tenders will bo leceived nl the
office of tin! Board of Education for
the consti action nnd completion of
bouses nt the following places:
At Kuulmvcln, Honolulu, a house
20x30x12 feet, one iimin, until WED
NESDAY, the lilh of March next.
At Knlihiukn, Honolulu, si house
20x30x12 feet, one mom, until "WED
NESDAY, the (ith of March.
At Wiiialua, Onliu. :i house 20x20
xlO, also until WEDNESDAY, tho
(Uh of Miireh next.
At Ivaunakakai, Molnkai, a houso
20x30x12 fret, our inoin, until WED
NESDAY, the 13th of Muich next.
riuns nnd hpeeilicntions of the
houses Tor Wiiialua, Oaliu, and Kuu-
nakukui, Molokui, may be seen nt J.
F. Andeison's, nnd H. W. Meyeis,
respectively ; and for nil of the nbovc
houses, at tho oll'iee of the Board of
By order of the Bon id of Educa
tion. W. .)AS. SMITH,
Education Oilicc, Kelt. 2o, ISS9.
1S2 3l-d 77 2t-w.
By older of the Minister of Interior
tender.- will he received at the office
of tho Road Supervisor till 12 o'clock
noon on WEDNESDAY, Feb. 27th,
for supplying the (iovernnmnl Sta
blos willi Hay, Oat-, Whole Barley,
Ground Barley and Urun, at per ton
for six months from Mareli 1, 1SS1).
Said feed to be delivered nt the
Government Stabler in such quanti
ties as the Road Supervisor may
direct. 11. F. 1IEBBAUD,
Honolulu, Feb. 23, ISS'J. LSI td
'J? H js
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, FEB. 20, 1880.
A rubbish hole in Emma Square
was left in an unsafe condition last
evening. Boards were placed over
it, but not boards enough to cover
it fully. Several small children
accidently got their feet and legs
through the openings, during the
concert, and were much frightened
if not hurt. If it be deemed neces
sary to have holes in the Square for
the reception of rubbish, which is
naturally abundant in a place where
trees and shrubbery are so plentiful,
they should be securely covered on
occasions of public gatherings.
Trap doors attached to station
ary frame work would be safe and
MR. CRIBBLE'S LETTER.
Special attention is invited to a
communication in this issue from
Mr. T. Graham Gribblc, Manager
of the Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany. Mr. Gribblc requests anyone
who lias aivy grievance against the
tramways to present the same to
him in definite shape, that he may
apply the remedy. He also invites
suggestions in regard to lines to be
opened. The Tramways Company,
through its manager, thus evinces a
desire to conduct its enterprise in
a way to satisfy the public wish, a
course which has been invariably
followed from the commencement of
its operations. The self-interest ol
some and the prejudice of a few
others would, no doubt, rather the
tramway did not exist; but a vast
majority of the public perceive its
benefit to themselves, which they
are already enjoying in a limited
measure', and hail it with welcome,
wishing success to the company
which has brought them the boon.
It is to tho intetest of the tramway
people that the public should bo
satisfied, and they may be depended
upon to do their best to this end.
THE PLANTERS' L. & S. GO. AND
VV. H. GRAENHALGH.
A few days ago the Bimxtin
published an item relating to what
backing MY. II. Graenhalgh had
in his negotiations to send negroes
to the islands, etc. it appears that
at tho annual meeting of the Plan
ters' Labor and Supply Company in
October, Mr. GraenhaJgh attended
by invitation, and stated tho results
of his inquiries as to the practica
bility of obtaining negro laborers
from the Southern States, and also
showed a letter to him from F. M.
Owibey, of the Denver and Uio
Grande U. K. It wns voted Unit
the secretary ho instructed to cor
respond with Mr. Ownbcy upon the
subject of negro laborers and to ob
tain full information.
The secretary, lion. W. O. Smith,
wrote to Mr. Ownbcy, and in reply
received n letter which was not
satisfactory, it giving the sparest
particulars. Mr. Smith wrote again
and told Mr. Ownbcy that unless he
gave the fullest information respect
ing such immigration, the company
could do nothing.
The matter stands thus :it present.
Editor Bui.lv.tin: Was not E.
S. a pauper when he came to the
islands and was he glad to have the
right of voting? Inquiuv.ii.
Don't know; and what is more,
don't care. En.
DANGERS ON THE HIGHWAY.
Eiinon Bum.utik: Last night,
when going over my regular milk
route, 1 met with what might have
pi oven a serious accident. Going at
my usual quickened speed and with
my wagon heavily loaded, 1 suddenly
came in contact with a large pile of
water pipes.placed almost in the cen
tre of the road. The night was not par
ticularly bright at that hour, and
there being no light, or danger signal
on or near the obstruction, of course
1 was upon it before 1 knew it. For
tunately my horses escaped uninjur
ed, but my harness was injured, by
the bursting of straps, ete. It seems
to me strange that thcte should be
no lamps burning, to warn travelers
against such obntructions, and it is
moie so, as the elcetiic lights aie not
to be depended upon. I had a simi
lar accident tonic months ago. Is
thcro no way in which cnntractois or
builders could lie eompellcd to secure
travelers against such dangerous ob
structions? Jl. A. Jui:.v.
CAN'T SEE IT.
Eoitou Bui.i.ktin : I have no in
terest in the Tramway, other than
a desire for its success, because it is
a great public benefit. Neither
would I question for one instant the
commendable merciful feelings of
"1'uiiahou" in his "protest." But
it does seem to me that that indi
vidual has protested against an
over-working of nnilc when no such
over-working is practised. That
two of the tramcars linked together,
with seventy or eighty passengers
on boaul, are not a heavy load for
two mules, anyone can see who will
take the trouble to look ; for it will
be seen that for the greater part of
time they run with comparatively
slack traces. At starting, of course,
the pull is somewhat hard, and so is
a place or two on the line where the
grade is a little steep. Barring
these exceptions, the load is light
and easy, for two mules.
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.
Kditoi: IIui.i.utix : I read with
satisfaction in this morning's "Ad
vertiser" a communication and edi
torial comments thereon relating
to cruelty to auimals. Having re
cently returned from a visit to some
of the country districts, I wish to
say that here in Honolulu we sec no
cruelty practised towards dumb
brutes as compared with what may
be seen on some plantations. True,
a tender-hearted and merciful man
can see enough here every day to
make his heart bleed, but the worst
is mild in comparison with what I
have seen on plantations. The poor
mules are compelled to draw fright
ful loads, at a fast speed, and arc
whipped and (logged shamefully. I
don't know whether any societj in
the city could have the effect of
mitigating the suffering of those
poor dumb creatures in the country;
but I do wonder that their owners
do not prevent such treatment of
their property in their own interests.
Eiinon Ik'u.rvn.N : 'Punahou,"
in an article in your issue of yester
day, under the bending of "Pro
test," makes a very specious, and
philanthropically tinged objection to
what he is pleased to consider cruelty
to the mules employed by the Tram
ways Company. "Punahou" is
cither a person who sees things
through a doubly magnifying glass,
or one vho has never seeii the work
ings of tho locomotors of similar
cars in the States. In this city two
inulei haul two small cars, ifor a
comparatively short distance, over a
road witli very little or no uphill
grade. A very light load indeed,
when compared with that usually
put on a large freight wagon or
dray. "Whilst in New York, or any
other large city of the States, cars
of tho size of those used by tho
Tramways Co. (called there "Bob
tails") and holding at least one
third more passengers, aro invaria
bly drawn by one horse, and in
many instances one mule. These
lnuleB, though small, aro of re- '
markablc strength and endurance i
mm Bccui as evidently they are
ordained by the Creator to bo the
carriers of heavy loads. You are
mistaken "Punahou" these mules
are not illy treated, and your
thoughts In that relation must rise
from an overcharged philanthropic
nature, superinduced by an niter
ignorance of the little animals' cap
acity and endurance. A, B.
OBSERVATIONS ON XERXES,
Kiirrou Bru.v.Tis : Yesterday, J
read with some degree of interest, a
correspondence published in your
issue, on "School matters," signed
by "Xerxes," and though 1 agree
with him, in tho general views ex
pressed as to the modes of properly
teaching tho young intellectual buds
to blossom, J do not entirely con
cord with him, in his attack upon
the actions, or bearings of the Inspector-General.
there Imports to me the wail of one,
who having met with a just haudllng
from this ofllcial, seeks under the
cover of his desire to hare youth
properly instructed to give tho
patientand Cltiistianlike enduring
public the sum of his personal griev
ances or spite. After considering
the matter I am prone to think, that
more than possible the Inspector
was right in kicking a teacher out,
because he, no doubt, weighed the
teacher's capabilities, in the scale of
honest judgment, and finding him
wanting, used the only method of
reformation, allowed him, namely,
1 would like to suggest to "Xer
xes" in a mild and entirely pacific
mood, that one of the "imported
teachers from n foreign country"
who come "by the boat load," if he
be qualified is more apt to honestly
advance the cause of education,
than arc those, who come singly
and not in the "boat load," and are
not capable. From the tenor of
"Xcrxcs's" letter, I would again
mildly suggest, when he feels in
clined to ventilate his spleen, let him
do so in the glare of the day, and
not under the sheltering cloak of
an ardent desire to promote the
proper intellectual advancement of
youth. His points then would not
suggest so much palpable bosh.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Leyey.
On Thursday, Feb. 28,
AT la O'CLOCK -NO OX.
I will tell at Public Auction at my Sales,
room, corner of Fort and Queen streets,
for account of whom it may concern.
JUsivltocl M. &; .. ,
50 case-i ouch, vj lux lloyal HaUing Pow.
del ii oz. tin
12 c:ic-s each, 1 do linyal Baking Pow.
der 12 cz tii,
IS ca-tis inch, t it . lloyal llakiug Pow.
dor 1 11). tin-.
51 cases each, 21 Oros Card Matches.
jgfD.miaged by .salt water on voyage
of importation c unique "Ivy," from
New York to Honolulu.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
IOK a pl.inMlion, a steady, well re.
:iml canalile man.
1S.-J tl TIIKO,
U. DA VIES & CO.
Lb holders of "Traiisfened Stock"
Jrx. i,i the Kapiolaul Park Associii
Hon .ire heiehy lcqiiettul to communi
que with the iuid(iisij;ii''d und have
their cerlillcau-i of stock legally trans
feried by endoitcmeiit on itfe books of
the AsvocHtiou, in accordance with, its
constitution and by-laws.
W. Jr. GIFFAKD,
18P. 2w Set! clary K. P. A.
rfilC AAA iu sums of not
fVeuritiu-'. U. HOLTE
BY a yoiiiis competent Jnp-iucte Man,
n .itunt!im In moic (of any kind),
can write, read nnd speak Kngll'h prttlv
wi II. Apply at this olllce. 182 2
A COMPETENT Teacher to uid in
the study of English Grammar.
Address "Foreiencr," Hui.mstin Olllce.
rPO purchuhu n good bccond.lmiid En
X nine nnd Holler, say 5-horsu power;
portable or any oilier kind will answer
so longas it is In aood condition. Apply
to Daily Uui.i.i.iin 181 lw
nVO Drafts on H. ilackleld & Co..
one in favor of IlioJtiri.ineMi Consul
for sMOii.riO. iliawii bv Mr. Kinil KriiFe:
the other lor 30 in favor of ICajiimi,
drawn by Mr. Win. D. t?i:t utiilt, Wai.
men. Payment hui been stopped.
IWIhli not be respoiibible for any
dehts contracted without mv written
order. NICK PETERSON.
Honolulu, F.b 25, 1880. 182 at
iVGlub " Whiskey!
We have received another invoice
And olfcr tho famo for sale either in
bond or duty paid.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO,
18'JJ Merchant Btreet. - .lm
HONOHJUt, H. I., PfflBliUAy Stf, JJSj
Auction Sale by James F, Morgan,
On Wednesday, Feb. 27lli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. III..
Atthor-st IriKcnf Mr. T F Lansing,
N . II vchool STict near Knumi, (on ac
count of lie) nrlini'-) 1 will sell ut Public
Tho Entire Hotiseh'd Furniture,
Comprising hi pint
One Emerson Upright Piano I
1 Octnve, in perfect tone and order;
Velvet Flush Rockers,
Rattan and Wicker Furniture,
Large Ccntir Rug Poricrs,
Lace Ciinaiin at d Polts,
IMIght Olinmlu 1 r, PI tare,
"Beveled French Plate Mirror,
Kxlen-loa Dining Table,
II. W. MurbletopSldubonid,
33. "W. 33oolirctMe,
L. W. Olmirs, Mnrbletop T.ib'e,
Oroekeiy and Glassware,
B. W. Marblctop Bedroom Set.
Cliprcr Soring &, Hair Muttrasscs,
Fcither Pillows. Mosquito Nets,
Wuck Walnut ChelVonlere,
1 Ash Bedroom Set
1 Palmed Bedroom Sit,
ltjit iterator, Garden Tools,
One Medallion Range and Utensils,
Lawn Mower, Ho-r,
Pots of Feins. Abo,
1 Square Box Top BUGGY
1 Set of Single Hainesr,
Etc., Etc., Kie, Ete.
fiSy'riic preiaWi-i will lie open for in-i-pcciion
on'IUIl)AY, the 2 5ili, from
9 a. M, to 2 r, M. '
By order rf .1. F llnrkfeld. l-q., As.
signcc of the I-Mute of S. IC. Kumaipele
kane, banliri'pt; I wi'l sell ut Public
Auction, nt my Salesroom, Quoun street,
On FRIDLY, March 1st, 1889,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The Entire Stock of Merchandise,
11 n mil Of
Heavy Flannel", all co'.ors;
Ladies Dress Goods,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE !
I Ojkmi Btijruy,
Etc., Ete., Kte., Etc.
Garriaie Manut Col's Stock
On Friday9 iarch t
AT IX O'CLOCK XOOS.
At my Salesinnm, Queen biivot, 1 will
sell at Public Auction, on account of
Bibhop & Co., pledges,
-TO HIIA-TtlilW !
Hawaiian Carriage Manufactur
ing Company's Stock !
(Certificate No. 23.)
The Mild Shnics of Siock having been
pledged to said JJI-hop it Co. by K.
Lycun us collateral security for ihe pay
ment ot two certain promissory notes for
$2i0 each, and dated April 18, 1880.
Default having been made in tho puy.
ment of both principal and interest.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Paia Siar Stoci !
On Friday, March 1st,
AT 1 O'CLOCK 'OU.
At my Biilcfroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, for nc.
count of whom it may
Paia Sugar Stock!
JAS. P. MOJtGAN,
i i in 11 Vi .11 in i"""T
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
On Saturday, March 2,
AT l!J O'CLOCK XOOX,
At the Fish Moik.!l Wliuif, I will sell at
The Hawaiian Scur "Waiehu," 66 tons
With Sails, Anchors, Boats, etc.,
The vessel Is in good condition, anil
Is now engaged in a good, paying trnilc
on the Kauai route.
Pintles wWhlng a good vessel for the
ishii.il trade should nut miss this oppor
tunity. TEItMS CASH.
C5?"For further particulars, apply to
JAS. 1 MORGAN,
177 Ui Auctioneer.
IV JE2 "W
rptlE legular annual ur.eting of the
X MouUholdeis of the Kaivniloa
ltanchCo. will be held THUUfeDAY,
Felnuury 26, 168!), at 3:30 o'clock l M.,
at the olilee of Alewr.. IiMwp AsVo,
,T. II. FISHER,
HI fit Seeieiiny.
''rMIF. annual mee'lug of the stock
JL holders of the l'eiplc's lee & Re
fiicerulor Co. will be held on TUES
DAY', March nth, 1880, iit 10 o'clock
A. Jt., at the Company' olllce. Fort
sneet. W. E. FOSTER,
180 td Becielury.
rpiIE annual meeting of the stock
X holders of the Inter Island Steam
Navigation Co., (Limited), will be held
on TCEsDAY, .March 5,18811, at 10
o'clock a. m., at their olllce on Queen
street. .1. EXA,
Honolulu, Feb. 18, ISSt). 177 12t
Japanese Employmeiit Office.
IVTOJtl would iepcetfully inform the
1YA public of Honolulu and the Isl
ands geneially, that he has opened a
Japanc.-e Employment Olllce at No. tlG
King stieet, west of ICckaulike street,
where he will be icudyto promptly MI
all orders for Japanese halp. English
and Hawaiian spoken, hell Telephone
No. :in:i. 177 lw
and Indies' muse.
of a2 years experience at Queen Char-,
lotte Lying in-tlospiinl, London. Other
islundt not objected to. Residence,
"Jnnlmi House," 'School street. P. O.
Box 47.; Mutual Tele. 373. 17G 3m
.. A NYBODY that has a
8&j . Building Lot in Hono-
TO ,,..1, ,. ... IIIIU U tfIU LI1I"U
I.-, ,1-n.l.i In- nnlltnn. ... ,l.n
store of Chas. Hammer, cor-
ner of King and Fort Ptieets. 182 lw
A suite of Furnished Rooms
2a for housekeeping in a very
dcsimble locality. Addiess "P," Bur.
LtTix Office 170 1 w
A LARGE and Comfortable
Home on Punchbowl
feiret, between Palace Wulk
and Beretania street. Apply to
Dit. J. S. McQREW,
170 tf Hotel street.
rpiIE Mclnerny Hall. Ap
JL ply to
Cor. Fort & Merchant sts.
nnd in perfect condi
tion. A160, New Sail
- die, etc. Apply to
F. S. DODGE,
130 Beretania street.
rp0 CARRIAGES in
X splendid order; also
Ono 7 Octavo Chiokcr-
mg Piano. Apply to M. S. Giinbuum
& Co., Queen btreet, or at
1E0 lw 254 King street.
-1 MEW "Invincible" Compound Ceu
J trifugal Pumping Engine, with At
tached Comlenstr und Air Pump, com
plete; diameter of discharge pipe, 8
HONOLULU IRON WOIVKS CO.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING.
JL advertise it in tho Daily Uullktim
I will i" II i!' irninnr iih"hi ii i Ti'irmm mi rimym-, I Vif
B. F. ElflMS & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AUK OFFERING
All G-oods at Greatly Reduced Prices !
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OF-
Remnants in All
Just Received a
FOR ONE WEEK
-WE WILL SELL
Onr $2.50 Parasols for $1.25.
Our $3.50 Parasols lor 2.00.
Our Sil.SO Parasols for $2.75.
Our S5.50 Parasols for $3.30.
Similar Reductions iu Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO PURCHASE
Prices we parntoi for On Weft Only !
HaB received another huge
It is a Clear, Cool anil
HOLL1STER &. CO,
KM) FOHT STKKKT. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
AgcntB for P. Lorillaril it Co.'o Tohnccos, & W. S. Kimhall & Co.'a
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - - - 73 Hotel Strong
FOK'l1 WI-XtlSEX, XIONOJL.UJL.U.
EST BARGAINS "tSl" Now Lino of ey- BARGAINS -t
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
orniT T7 n a nmir a tv. tit nmn o. nv.x
inr. .n-nHn i h n. r . vvrt n tm. pj i. v h n Hflru vu
JNoveltiew uuH Fuiicj
I m ui m.hmiiihh 'imjtlii1iil lnjJOiA'
Fresb Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
FOR ONE WEEK-
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho Li'aciinjr Millinery House.
shipment of that Celebrated Draught Beer
A DKAI.rjItS IN-
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