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BY AUTHORITY OF THE BOARD OF
l'ubllo ilohool Kxniulnntlous and
The regular annual public exanii
nations, and reviews of class of the
Government day schools in the db-trkt-?W
Honolulu, will bo held as
SCHOOLS l.V THE EKOLISII LANGUAGE.
On Monday, July 22d, at Moana
lua, and Kiilihi'uka Schools.
On Tuesday, July 23d, at Kalihi
waena; and Kuuluvfela Schools.
On Wednesday, July 24th, at Point
kaina Girls' School, and at Marques
On Thursday, July 25th, at tho
Hoyal School, Kahchuna, and at Ka
On Friday, July 26th, at the Fort
Street School, and at Manoa, and
SCHOOLS IN THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE.
On Monday, July 22d, at the Gov
ernment School house at Kawaiahao,
the common Schools of Kaumaka
pili, Kawaiahao, Fuuoa, and Roma
AND AT EWA, 1YAIANAE, AND KOOLAU
TOKO. on this island as follows :
, ENGLISH ECIIOOLS.
At Makua, Waianae, on Wednes
day, July 24th.
At Tokai, Waianae, on Thursday,
At Waiawa, Ewa, on Friday, July
At Waiahole, Koolaupoko, on
Thursday, July 25th.
AtKaneohe, Koolaupoko, on Fri
day,' July 26lh.
At Hakipuu, Koolaupoko, on
Thursday, July 25th.
At Kailua, Koolaupoko, on Friday
The exercises will begin at 0 o'clock
a. m., on each of the days named.
The summer vacation of all Gov
ernment Schools in the Kingdom,
will extend from Friday, July 26th,
to Monday, the lfith of September
next, on which date a new term will
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, June 14, 1889.
. 276 3t
Notice to Personal Tax-payers
The undersigned Assessors and
Collectors of Taxes for the General
Taxation Divisions of the Kingdom
would respectfully call the attention
of the tax-payers to the New Law in
regard to the payment of personal
taxes, Section 58a, Chapter 68 of the
Session Laws of A. D. 1888.
"All personal taxes shall be due
and payable on and after the 1st day
of July of each year, and may be
collected by the proper officers at
any time after such date."
C. A. BROWN, Assessor & Col
lector of Taxes, 1st Division.
11. G. TREADWAY, Assessor &
Collector of Taxes, 2nd Division.
H. C. AUSTIN, Assessor & Col
lector of Taxes, 3rd Division.
J.' K. FARLEY, Assessor & Col
lector of Taxes, 4th Division.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1889.
By Galileo II.
lletting on baseball matches is in
creasing, and it is calculated to in
juriously affect the game. Besides
promoting the deadly gambling ma
nia, it detracts seriously from en
joyment of the playing, it divorces
the sympathy of large numbers of
people,-and it is liable to be an em
barrassment to the players. Instead
of yielding generous applause for
feats of skill on the diamond, the
bettor is silent if the play is against
his wager, or emits frenzied yello of
delight if it is favorable.thercto. One
side must win, except in tho unusual
case oPa draw, but woe betide the
nineVho have heavy money backing
and lose. Their hard work in amus
ing the public without pay is not
thought of by the foolish crowd who
cannot relish sport except at each
The editor has been instructed to
inform tie that the "missionaries'
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are the Fort street Chtirou people
They certainly are missionaries ac
cording to tho principles of tbeir
denomination, but does that fact
constitute them- a concrete factor In
'politics? Were they side by stdo,
shoulder to shoulder, with other
people in 1887, in the summary
proceedings to obtain hotter govern
ment, because of any formal action
iu congregatiou assembled? If not,
they must have simply been moved
by the pretty geueral impulse of
that occasion. If, however, they
prove n disposition to take full con
trol and have affairs run exclusively
to suit the Ideas peculiar to them,
it will be the duty of all who regard
that as n dangerous policy for the
common weal to deter them in their
course. At the same time the way
to resist such a factionist movement
is not to call nicknames nor to set
up banners inscribed with mottoes
of an opposite extreme. The coun
try needs something else than cither
religious or auti-rcltgious legislation.
No radical measures in one direc
tion or the other would be aught but
egregious failures, as to their in
tended objects and not as to their
merits do I mean, until the body
politic deelops into a far more
homogeneous composition than it
can have for a remote period.
Mr. John E. Bush, editor of Ka
Oiaio (the name has fortunately
been recalled to memory), shows in
a letter to the P. C. A. that he is
smarting under the exposure of his
rascally attempt to inflame the na
tive mind. What superior claim he
has to be an adviser of the Ha
waiians over those whose presence
in the country he decries in his pa
per would be hard to establish.
Himself partially an accident of
immigration, his references to
'spawn" in "Oiaio" are rather
cool. I found no fault with the
Minister Plenipotentiary retired for
aay element of independence as
such in his writings. I denounce
him, however, for the impudent as
sumption, at least implied, that the
natives iu general l egret the extin
guishment of himself and the tribe
of which he was an appendage.
Only the coolness and influence of
an inveterate opponent of the last
regime, under whose shelter Mr.
Bush took fresh root, on the occa
sion of the election in Kona in 1886
prevented a band of patriotic Ha
waiians in that district from start
ling the woild with a more thorough
revolution than goes by that name
of 1887. That the Hawaiians do
not relish such counsel as Mr. Bush
is giving them is apparent, from the
fact that his predecessors, Herods
whom he out-Herods in emulating
regardless of the warning examples,
have had their newspaper enter
prises miserably fail, leaving the
liberal and progressive journals in
the Hawaiian language in full pos
session of the field, with subscrip
tion lists ten times as large as the
largest ever obtained by the incen
diary press. Mr. Bush is, more
over, drawing a herring across the
scent, when he charges me with
maligning the dead. The avowed
author of the Kaimiloa is still alive,
or was at latest accounts from his
present habitation, and 1 have at
my elbow a favor received from him
as a parting fiicndly gift. And he
knew and knows what my senti
ments were regarding that naval
monstrosity. The remark of the ex
tinguished statesman regarding the
value that would be put upon my
writings at home there is no object
to be served in answering. It is
only the product of a convulsive
spasm of impotent acrimony.
Now "Tohn E. Bush, late of
Samoa," editor of the I. O. U., just
keep your shirt on and I will give
you a few points and a little free
gratis advice, for which there will
bo no extra charge. In the first
place, firstly, John, if I was occu
pying the editorial breeches of the
I. O. U., I shouldn't in every issue
draw attention to that little Samoan
incident in which you and Captain
Jackson and tho Kaimiloa and vari
ous brands of convivial liquids were
so mixed up that nobody but a
cross-eyed man could tell t'other
from which. It excites the envy
of small-minded men, you know,
at the great honor and credit which
you achieved by your masterly
handling of the duties entrusted to
you on that occasion. So, John,
just let Samoa relapse into "inno
cuous desuetude," as it were, and
play Pharisee to it and pass it by
on the other side j or if things get
too hot and the occasion seems to
necessitate it, come Saint Peter on
it, and deny that you were ever at
n.vii mrtT.i.snmrta.. w,.wvvfi.M,T! x t nr
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Samoa, and if you find that re
miniscences crowd you too hard, I
think the circumstances tiro so cx
tonuating that you could oven main
tain that thcro is no such place as
Another point, ' John to which I
wolilcl gcntlyVill your attention is
this: Don't you waste any time in
fooling around the Advertiser man,
aud imagining that be is going to
back you up in your seventeenth
century 1. O. U. ideas. The only
reason he gave you a sendoff the
other day was because he couldn't
read the kanaka lingo, and he had
the .childlike simplicity to suppose
Hint at least the first edition of the
I. 0. U. would be reasonably de
cent enough to stand a little non
committal introduction; but since
he has found out what your senti
ments are he has been chewing his
tongue with a faraway look in his
lcfteyc. Look out for him, John;
if you've got two shints and an ex
tra pair of pants put them on, for
ho's a bad man.
Another thing, John, to which I
would like to call your attention, Is
that your platform and principles
are just auout three years behiud
the swim. When you shriek and
tear your hair aud froth at the
mouth about the h-a-o-l-c and his
general cussedness, and try
our level best to make bad blood
and let good blood, so far as talk
will go, by leferring to the Samoan
method of dealing with lmoles, and
snceiing at Hawaiians because they
do not adopt the same method, you
arc working a claim that has all been
washed out clean several years ago
by men who knew how to work that
racket better than you do, John.
And let me tell 3011, further, that
the plank in your platform which
promises a restoration of the old
Constitution at the next election,
became so badly worm-eaten at the
last election that it let everybody
through who tried to sit on it last
year, and if you don't get right
square all off of it, it will break
3'our back as sure as fate, and you'll
come down with such a thump that
you'll lose another day and think
that Sunday comes on Riiday in
stead of Saturday. And then,
John, that hoo-puli-my-eye card of
3'ours, that royalty slobber, is a
remnant of the dark ages when you
and Dan Lyons were stumping for
the absolute monarchy oflice hold
ers' legislature in 1886. The world
has turned round several times
since then, and Daniel has flopped
and is now a legular radical is go
ing to elect everybody who draws
Government pap, from King
to Station House bootblack.
Should that policy prevail
3'ou will have to straddle the
fence until you decide whether
to be king or bootblack, knowing
that 3-0U have eminent abilities-to fit
you for one or the other. But,
John, as a friend I advise you to
join Dan's party, and let up on tho
princes. la, ta, John. Come
again when 'ou can't stay so long.
Hew Departure !
SIX-SEVENTHS of all the shares or
stock of the Hawaiian Carriage
Manufacturing '. h ive been purchased
and consolidated in tho hands of one
man, Mr. Schuraan George Dillingham
will conduct the busimsfl 011 u business
basis, uud respectfu.ly solicit tho patio,
nago of id I. 'lhe charges will lie rut.
tonablu and tlm work done with neat.
vtd3 and ilippitrb.
HAWAIIAN CAR. M'F'G CO.
A MEETING of the Hawaiian Yacht
Int; & Hon ine As-oclatioi) nill bo
held ut the Iolinl Club House on 1UES.
D.VY, lilt. 18th int-t , ut 7:90 o'clock 1: m.
A full attendance- is pirticulatly re
quest d. Uy oider of tho Pn sident.
W. M. GIFFA1U),
370 2t Secretary 11. Y. &, H. A.
A MEETING of the properly owners
of Itcrctunia utreet wi'l be held on
MONDAY, June 17 h, at 11 o'clock a.m ,
ut hu Chamber of Commerce, to con.
Milvr the question of widening Bald
streets between Punchbowl und Puna,
hou street, and to take action thereon.
Every owner is rrqnomcd 10 bo present.
275 2t THE COMMITTEE.
CARD of THANKS.
THE timUrsigntd herewith return
their sincere thanks to the resi
dents ot IIonoluHi for their kind agiist
auou anil cnntii tuition inwards a fund
raised for the sutfuri-rs in 1 hinn, caused
by famine there, in several districts.
Amount contributed by Fnrtdpneru &
Natives $1 850 00
Amount contributed by Chine ....,.
Total .....$?,7M 00
Which were forwarded by the last
steumer to China.
Honolulu, Juno li, 1889, 270 2t
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Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
By order of EGA.N & CO., I will sell at
Public Auction, at t olr Store,
Fort street, this
Saturday Evening, June lOth,
At 7 o'clock, a large assortment of
Fancy Scarfs & (Tics,
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
JtSrUcmcmliir the Entire Stock must
be bold. No reserves
JAS. F. 310KGAN,
275 2t Auctioneer.
Ants, Mice, Moths & Roaches
In IMaiios !
IN this country, especially where Ants,
Mice, Mo lis and Hoaches infest
jiur Pianos to the destruction of tho
saino, mid the annoyance of all called
upon to use them, it would be well to
place our hibtiumcnls in "Mil J. W.
YARtfDLEY'3 care, who will eirec
lunlly clear them ot all destructive in
sects, etc, and cleanse the strings and
tuning pins from rust. See to this
beforu it is too late I
Let Mn YAllNDLEY tuno your
Pianos nnthkojp them in tuno Many
Piano butler greatly and become worth
less for ucid ot intelligent and more
frequent attention in regard to the
JCQJ-Orders received at the oflice of
the Hawaiian Nkwb Co, Merchant
street, will be promptly attended to.
TVT0M1NATI0NB will be received by
JJN the Secretary of tho Hawaiian
Jockey Club up to June SO, 1880, as
FUTURITY STAKES of 1891 For 2
year olds llAwniiun Bred Horses;
Hweep'-takes of $C0, added. First
luBMiltncnt on naming r cucli.
HAWAIIAN DblibY of 1882 For 3
year olds Hnwuinn bred lloises;
sweepstakes of $100, Hawaiian Jockey
Cln'i Cum added. First installment on
miming $ each.
The following installments are also
due on June 80, 1889:
Futurity Stakes of 1PD0. 2nd install.
merit .-.$15 00
Huwiiiiun Derby of ltOO, 2nd in-tall
ment $ir 00
Hawaiian Derby of 1891, 2nd install.
ment $15 00
C. O. BERGER,
275 14t Secretary ii. J.C.
W. SCHMIDT has retired as
LVJL a pa
. partner from mtr (I'm.
H. UAVK.VBW & UU.
Honolulu, May 13, l"ty 24 81
THE Resilience and Pasture
of Mrs. A. Long iu Pauoa
Inquire No. 45 1 unchlmwl
Mas. A. LONG.
NEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Orean with elehtstotm. Suitable
for school or church A fine instru
ment. Apply at 07 Punchbowl HtreU,
opposite N P. Mission Institute. 273 tl
MRS. MONROE, ladies' nurse, has
removed to No 3. Kukui lane.
READ THIS !
WE take Photos for 55 per dozen,
and are H-llinir lino island views
for $2 00 pei doze.i,
wltli tlm very I
tiun. J. A.
12U Fort street.
Lob! or Mislaid.
CEUTIFIOATB No 241 for 20 shares
Mutual Telephone btock standing
in the name of U. IC. SUlltmin, on which
tiansfcr has been stopped. Finder please
rot urn to Mr. O. h. Btillinau or to the
Biru,KTiN 0111 e. S7ldO3w.tf
A Step Ahead !
HAVING always been an advocate
of the halMioliilay syHem on
Nittirdnys, I am cUd to announce my
ability to pritclii ally adopt it now, and
will cease work from and after Juno
15th, on every Saturday, at 12 o'clock
noon. Excepting in very urgent cases.
Geo. W LINCOLN, .
273 lw Contractor & Builder.
WHEAT HAY !
Kanaku Hanch, "VVaialua,
-VOll BALE BY-
CASTLE & COOKE.
npHE DAILY BULLETIN-The
X most popular paper published,;
ph --.s .
IS NOW IN FINE RUN
NING ORDER !
Come out and take
An Exhilarating Rido !
A Glorious Plungo !
Bealtlrful 33at:li I
LONG BRANCH I
CQTGood accommodations and prompt
C. J. SIIKIUVOOf),
208 tf Proprietor.
Just Arrived !
AN INVOICE OF
Imported Direct from Havana.
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
NOTICE la hereby given to all per
sons having claims against the
estate of A. Kaumii, dtcedBcd, to present
the same to the undersigned executors,
within six months from the date of this
notice or they will be fnncr hsr'ed.
E II BAILEY,
Wnlluku, Maui, June 1, that). 272 lm
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
MR. E. C. HOWE, Tainter, has
moved his pliac of lm iness into
the building lately occupied by the
Pacific Hose Co., Kinp street, near Fort.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN NOIT has removed hl Stove.
Hance, Airate nnd Tlnwaic Depart,
ment to k'o. ICi and 97 King street, near
Fort street. The Work Minp will beat
the old btiind for the prc-cnt
2'i8 lw JOHN NOIT.
i. ,..-:. ,
I luuu rnmuy uoani ior a nmiien
VJT numlicr of genili men not exceed
ing 0 persons. Kor partieiilars anply to
W. F. REYNOLDS,
At T. U. I brum's s-tore
European Billiard Parlors.
THE Handsomeht Billiard Parlors in
the city, aud fitted up in the most
approved style Four tables with all the
J. P. BOWEN & CO.,
270 tf 1'roprietors.
THE undersigned hereby gives notice
thai being about to leave tkU
Kingdom he has, as provided by the co
partnership agreement of his firm of
Sing Uhong & Co., appointed long
Qnon as managing partner of said firm
of Sing Chong tic Co. during his said
A. II. LOO NGAWK.
Honolulu, Juno 8, 83i. 270 lw
Chinese Employment Office
THE undersigned begs to notify lhe
public that he has opened a Chi
nese Employment Oflice, at No. 87 King
street, w ill iiiko contracts for carpenter
work, painting, etc. Messages delivered
to the Chlncbu. Mutual Telephone 385.
Nochariro tor letting terviiiitn. Office
In Link Lung Chung's curpf-nter 'hop.
2571m LEE CHU.
FILTER PRESSES !
Paachao Plantation )
Hawaii. March 0, 188 I
Il!don Iron A Iincomotlve Works,
GENTI.KMKN: Wo havo used two of
your 3d. chambered Filler Pretsci this
season. They aro convenient, easily
handled and aro working entirely to
nur satisfaction. I can recommend no
improvement on them.
Very rospcci fully yours,
(Signed) A. MOORP,
Managei Paauhau Plantation.
These I'ressos nre made extra heavy
for hleh presm es, occupies a floor
spur-rill feel by f feet, and presents a
filtering buri'uee of 240 square leet.
A limited number in stock In Hono.
lulu and aro sold at very low price.
IUsdon Iron & Looo. Works.
tSTTor nnrtlcu'nrH enquire of
JOHN DYEH, Honolulu,
Room No. 3 epreckils' lllock,
8250 tf W.O.Irwia4Co.,AewiU.
-KS SAFES ! -SS-
MeriMts', JGwelBrs', Plantations SKeletou & Wall Safes,
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES,
With Marblotop and Back Grainoil, imitation of any wood.
ttr ISLAND ORDERS
T. H. HOBROM,
C6 Fort street, Honolulu, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimrned Hats for Misses' and Children,
Flowora, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all tho New Shades ;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laces, New Wash Mate
rials, in white, plain and ligured ; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Fine Lamb's Wool Underwear, Flminol Conta and Testis
All-wool CTershirts, Etc., Etc., just received bytho "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. F8SHEP.,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort A Hotel pts.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.
86 Si, 30
Wholesale & Retail
B. I. EILIES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOOD
g)g N. B. On and after May
of our Dressmaking Rooms.
-OFFER AT BED
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Baxley, Rolled Barley,
Middling: Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
FLOUR -Alta, Golden Gate & Salinas- FLOUR
Telephones, No. 175.
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a consignment of New
Zcalaud Jhiiis. assorted cases. For
Bftln lit Inw nrtni.a hv '
J. E. BROWN & CO,,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
Mrs. H. MACMILLAN
HAS commenced Dressmaking, Cut
ting und Fitting, at her roiidenco
No 134 Niniiino Avenue, next to Ragle
House, Bell Telephone 180 218 lm
' FOB SALE CHEAP
A YOUNG Saddle
animal for a boy), and
Colt. Saddle, biidle,
etc . thrown in to make
a bargain. Apply at this office 251 tf
STORE TO LET
TIlE'Sioro lately occupied
by IS. O. Rowe, Way's
Block, Kinc strei t, at reason-
aide rental. Possession given at once.
158 tf J, G. ROTIIWELL.
J7UHNISHED Rooms to let,
? bombwest corner of
Punchbowl and Beretania
streets, would be yery convenient for a
email family. 255 Cm
with 8 large and
roi ma with kit.
il 2 small
i nnosito Dr. Mc.
on Alakca street,
Wayne's. Apply to John Cook, on nre.
mises, or at this office. 210 tf
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1N.KW CiitunUtr Car.
rlage just finished
und handsomely trimmed
in flrsi class style must be iniinediately
sold to close au assignment, can bu seeu
at W. II. Page's crriago manufactury,
No. 128 Fort .street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
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& LOGIC 00.
' I t in mn
Boots & Shoes.
E. B. SMITH, Asrent.
15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
- j IB(J
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
THE 'Emerson Homestead,'
beautifully situated Jn
Walalua, Oahu, H. I., com-
pric-ing a largo houso with 10 rooms,
kitchen, pautry, barn, etc., 11 acres of
choice land now partly in taro and other
Vegetables, and a rich pasture of 6i
aens within half a mile. Pure water is
brought to the house and grounds from
never failing springs, tho supply of
which can bo indefinitely increased in
quantity. There is a good carriage road
to Honolulu, 28 miles distant, also tp the
steam boat lanrling, less than half a
mile distant, where steamers from tho
city touch three times u week. '1 he pic.
turesque t-cenery, fine climate and un
rivalled water privilege make this a
most desirable placa for a country re
trea't and sanitarium. Terms moderate.
For further information apnly to
J. A. MAGOON,
257 tf Honolulu.
Desirable Cottage To Let
COTTAGE, corner King and
South streets,- less-tban
10 minutes walk from Post
Olflco. Lofty looms, all conveniences
Rent reasonable. A
J. E. BROWN d; CO.,
265 tf 28 Merchant street.
Stables & Pasturage To Let
, Mtfi ft, "EXCELLENT Stables con
fliSaffl J talning'13 Stalls, Cottage
WSfejHI and 7 acres Pasturo Land, on
bouth street, near King, formerly occu.
pied by Mr. White, proprietor of tho
Piilama Bus. To let on viry moderate
terms. Apply to
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
25Ijtf 28 Merchant street,. .
BOATS FOR SALE.
WE havo on hand one 22.
foot Whaleboat, with
Iron center.boa'rd, roast, sail,
oars. etc.. comnlete; millahlB
for fhbing. Also, ono 75.1b. Clinker
Pleasure t-klfT, copper fattened, with
pars and rowlocks; will be sold cheap
for cash. Both new. Apply at
I,, c. DOWEIi SON'S,
2Wliu Shop near tho Fish Market.