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Tho supply of water will be shut
off on Liliha, Judd, School and Emma
streets, King street west ol Liliha and
Nuuanu street above tho Second
Bridge, from C A. m, to 10 r. M. on
WEDNESDAY, June 19, 1889.
OHAS. B. "WILSON,
Supt.-Hono. Water "Works.
Honolulu, June 17, 1889. 277 2t
BY AUTHORITY OF THE BOARD OF
Public School Examinations and
The regular annual public exami
nations, and reviewi of classes of the
Government day schools in the dis
trict of Honolulu, will be held as
SCHOOLS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
On Monday, July 22d, at Moana
lua, and Kalihiuka Schools.
On Tuesday, July 23d, at Kalihi
wacna, and Kauluwela Schools.
On Wednesday, July 24th, at Fob. u
Jcaina Girls' School, and at Marques
On Thursday, July 25th, at the
Eoyal School, Kahchuna, and at Ka
On Friday, July 26th, at the Fort
Street" School, and at Manoa, and
BCHOOLi IN THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE.
On Monday, July 22d, at the Gov
ernment School house at Kawaiahao,
the common SchoolB of Kaumaka
pili, Kawaiahao, Pauoa, and- Roina
AXD AT KWA, WAIANAE, AND KOOLAU
TOKO. on this island as follows :
At Makua, Waianae, on "Wednes
day, July 24th.
At Pokai, Waianae, on Thursday,
At Waiawa, Ewa, on Friday, July
At Waiahole, Koolaupoko, on
Thursday, July 25th.
At Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, on Fri
day, July 26th.
At Hakipuu, Koolaupoko, on
Thursday, July 25th.
At Kailua, Koolaupoko, on Friday
The exercibes will begin at 9 o'clock
a. m., on each of the days named.
The summer vacation of all Gov
ernment SchoolB in the Kingdom,
will dxtend from Friday, July 26th,
to Monday, the 10th of September
next, on which date a new term will
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, June 14, 1889.
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 Now 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 bo 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.
H. G. TKEADWAY, Assessor &
Collector of Taxes, 2nd Division.
H. C. AUSTIN, Assessor & Col
lector of Taxes, 3rd Division.
J. K.-FARLEY, Assessor &. Col
lector of TaxeB, 4th Division.
New Departure !
SIX-SEVENTHS of all the shares of
stock of the Hawaiian Carriage
Manufacturing Co. have been purchased
ahd consolidated in the hands of one
man) Mr. Bckuman. George Dillingham
will conduct the, business on a business
basis, and respectfully solicits the patro
nage of all. The charges wil be rea
sonable and the work done with neat
ness and dispatch.
HAWAIIAN OAR. M'F'G CO.
CARD of THANKS.
THE undersigned herewith return
their sincere thanks to the resi
dents of Honolulu for their kind assist
ance and contribution towards a fund
raised for the sufferers in China, caused
by famine there, in several districts.
Amount contributed by Foreigners &
Natives $1,850 00
Amount contributed by Chinese
1 Total $8,754 00
Which were forwarded by the last
steamer to China.
i Honolulu, June 14, 1880. 872t
U.' XI 311
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1889.
Reports occasionally icacli us
from the rural districts of different
islands, indicating that travesties of
justice are not uncommon in the in
ferior courts. This, it will bo re
membered, was one of the chronic
grievances under former administra
tions, for whigh there were some
times heard inuttcrings of consular
interference if a remedy was uol
provided by tho Government. It is
to be feared that little or no reform
has been effected in this department
under the present administration.
The people in the rural districts who
observe miscarriages of justice and
wrongs done in the name of law
should avail themselves of a free
press for the exposure of every ma
nifestation of the evil. Otherwise
bad administration in localities must
go on, perhaps unknown even to tho
Government although its ignorance
is hardly excusable and public
opinion not having been aroused to
the extent or degree of the abuses,
the few members of the Legislature
in whose election the necessary re
dress was an issue will find them
selves powerless to effect anything
in that regard.
The New York Evangelist of May
23 contains an article from the
Evening Post, that in turn quoting
from a paper by Mr. Archibald Bal
lantyne in Longman's Magazine for
May, upon the subject of Father
Damien's work on Molokai. These
three publications together are alone
snough to give any matter an im
mense circulation, and there is no
saying how many papers may have
copied Mr. Ballantyne's statements.
It would therefore have been very
desirable that those utterances
should have some approximation to
the truth. The following extract
direct from the magazine article will
show that it is far from deserving
anv such verdict :
What a wonderful change this de
Toted man has worked everywhere
in this abandoned islet! When he
first reached it the lepers were in a
state of the most terrible degrada
tion. "In this place there is no
law," was the saying current among
them. Though the other Hawaiian
islands had abolished idolatry and
adopted Christianity, in Molokai
where there was no missionary, no
priest the old paganism and all its
horrible consequences reigned su
preme. To make bad worse, the
people had discovered a root, which
when cooked and distilled in a very
crude way,produced an intoxicating
liquor of the most frightful kind,
making those who drank it more
like beasts than men. But Damien
came, a priest and a teacher, among
these abandoned, dying wretches.
At first, as he says himself, his la
bors seemed to be almost in vain.
But his kindness, his charity, his
sympathy, and his religious zeal had j
uov mug io wan ueiore uieir limu-
enee was felt. Before he reached
Molokai, the leper settlement was
squalid, hideous, almost hellish;
now it is a peaceful, law-abiding
community, presenting an attractive
and even on some sides a cheerful
appearance. It is a colony of neat,
white-washed, wooden cottages, some
of them standing in the pasture
lands, some among fields of sweet
potatoes, some even having their
verandas and gardens of bananas
The foregoing may be very good
as a product of the imagination, but
it is a shame that writers of repute
should draw upon their fancy in such
a cae. There is no justification for
so doing even if the -facts were not
sufficient to bear out the most glow
ing encomiums that have been pro
nounced. The paganism and not
ing on Molokai are pure myths.
That island has never been aban
doned by the civil authority of the
Kingdom. Fathei Damien's mis
sion was only to people of hia own
creed, while his jurisdiction was
wholly moral. A portion of the ar
ticle in question, not necessary to
be quoted, represents him as being
a magistrate among a host of other
ofllcs. Dr. Damien's sacrifice in
going to Molokai, his fortitude in
staying on the island, and his devo
tion to duty until death, are texts
enough for the greatest eulogiums
that can be utteied. For men of
letters, therefore, to tllvo into the
murky resources of fiction for mat
ter of honor to Father Damien's
memory, and draw pay for the re
sults from unsuspecting publishers,
only blurs the halo of the maityr's
memory while degrading the liter
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TOU MANY ERRORS:
Tho lteusou tho JUawnlU I,ot n
nmo o the Hruiicliit)ncliH.
The game on Saturday between
tho Hawaiis and Knmchamchas was
witnessed by an exceedingly large
crowd of spectators who enjoyed it
immensely from beginning to end.
It might be called a pitchers' came
in which Davis of the Kamchamchas
came out on top, the Hawaiis being
credited with only two base hits.
The Kamehamchas did somewhat
better and got on to Meek for six
hits. The fielding of the Hawaiis
at times was rather loose. The Ka
i inehaiuehas taken altogether played
a very nne game, uavis pucuing
maguificently and Pahau doing
splendid work'behind the bat. In
the second Innings the Hawaiis
made their only run. Morris hit a
ball which struck the ground be
tween home and first base ana
bounded very high. Pakele in his an
xiety to field it, missed it and Morris
took his first, another error sending
him to second. He stole third and
came home on an error by Pakele at
first. In the 4th innings after one
man was out Markham hit a beauty
to centre field for three bases, but
did not score, the next two men
going out on strikes. In the 8th,
after two men were out, Lane made
a base hit and stole 2d base, but
Rosa ended the innings by going out
on a fly.
The Kamehamehas made all their
runs in the 6th, 7th and 8th innings.
In the 6th Makaimoku hit down to
short stop and took his first on wild
throw by Kaia, was given his second
on a balk by Meek, stole third and
scored on Pahau's hit to right field.
In the 7th the Kamehamehas as
sisted by three errors and a wild
pitch added two more runs to their
score and one in the 8th. In the
ninth innings while the Kameha
mehas were at bat tho first kicking
of the season took place. Davis
hit hard to Meek, and the latter
fielding the ball ran to put out Davis
instead of throwing to first, but was
too late and Davis got his first, and
directly afterwards stole second.
Kaia of the Hawaii's kicked against
Umpire Boardman's decision in giv
ing the stolen base, and made quite
a scene for a few moments. In the
midst of it all Robert Pnhau, the
captain of the Kamehamehas, ad
vanced to the infield and "brought
Davis in, a very gracious act, and
quite in contrast to the noisy demon
stration made by Kaia. He should
remember that in a game of baseball
the umpire's decision is final, and
should not be disputed. The Ha
waiian band was stationed on the
ground under the trees and played
short selections during the progress
of the game. Following is the full
T. U..B.II. O. A. E.
G.Rosa, r.f 4 0 0 0 0 2
Dan,c 4 0 0 10 5 2
Markham, 2b 4 0 11 1 1
Meek, p 4 0 0 2 13 1
Moiris, c. f 4 1 0 0 0 1
Deslm. lf 4 0 0 0 0 0
Duke, lb IS 0 0 H 2 1
Kaia, os.. 3 0 0 II 0 1
Laiie,3b 3 0 12 0 1
Total 33 1
27 21 10
T. K. B.H. O. A. E.
Wise, 2b 4 0 0 8 11
Pakele, lb 4 0 1 5 4 2
Pali an , e 4 0 1 15 11
Ciowell, e.f 3 10 1 0 0
Lawclaue, A. r.f.. 4 12 0 0 1
Lawelawc, M. l.f.. 4 0 0 0 0 0
Joseph, 3b 4 1 1 0 0 0
Davis, p 4 0 0 1 10 1
Makaimoku, s.s.... 4 11 2 0 0
.35 4 0 27 22 C
By Innings 1 33450780
Hvt nails 0 1000000 0 1
Kamchamehub 0 0 0001 2104
Earned Jluns None.
Three-base hit Markham.
Rases on Ralls Ry Meek 1.
Passed Rails Dan 1.
Wild Pitches-Meek 1.
Stiuck out Br Meek 11; by Davis 1G.
Umpire Geo. E. Boardmaii.
A SPECIAL meeting of the stock,
holders of E. O. Hall & Son,
(Limited), will bo .held at the ofllco of
the Company, TUESDAY, Juno 18th, at
2 o'clock p. m. Per order.
L. O. ABLES,
277 It Secretary.
A MEETING of the Hawaiian Yacht.
Ing & Rowing Association will be
held at the Iolsni Club House on TUES.
DAY, the 18th Inst., at 7:80 o'clock v. m.
A full nttendance is particularly ro.
quested. By order of tho President.
W. M. GIFPARD,
370 2t Secretary H. Y. & It. A.
IN tho vicinity of Pawaa, a Gold
Locket, containing family pictures
with monrgram "A. A." on same. A
liberal reward will he paid for its re
turn to this office. 277 8t
-1 MIORO-PHOTOGRAPHIO appa
JL rattis with Camera, Microscope of
six powers, sun condenser, etc., all com.
plete. A powerful and handy instru.
ment. For further particulars Inquire
of CJIAS. HUSTAOE,
277 2iv King street.
Third and Last Cull 1
MR. A. S. IIARTWELL 1b requested
by us to bring legal proceedings
ou nil bills not paid by Juno 80th. Wo
respectfully request tboso who are owing
and intend to pay not to make it neces.
eary to bring suits.
EGAN & CO.
Honolulu, June 15, 1880. 877 td
".7 7 4 . .t 1. . W .
M. I - .!..
Lewis J. Lbvbv
Colored Minstrels !
Season of Four Nights
Saturday, June 29th.
CSP-Box plan for season ticket now
tSTBox plan for secured seats for tho
opening night will bo open at 0 o'clock
Thursday morning, Juno 27tli, at L. J.
EsrPosltlvely no notice can be taken
for scats except on personal application.
Hawaiian Tramways Co,
Opening of Lines This Day (Monday)
From Esplanade to Nunanu Street
(Pauoa) and to Kamena-
Until further notice Cars will leave as
From Esplanade 0:57 a. m. and every
hour until 7:57 p. m.
From Pauoa 7:20 a. in. and every hour
until 8:20 p. m.
From Kamehameka School 7:17 a. re.
and every half hour until 0:17 p. m.
Running in connection with cars from
Liliha Street to Rifle Range and Waiktki
Nuuanu street and Esplanade 5 cents
Knmehameha School to Palace 5 cents.
Kamcliamcha School to Rifle Range
ICnmeliamelm School to Wniklki IS
On and after "Wednesday the 19th
Inst, the car leaving Liliha sheet 8 ;40
p. m. for Oahu College will be discon
tinued. A car 'will leave coiner Bere
tanla and Nuuanu at 8:30 p. m., Espla
nade 8:40 p. in. and corner Alakea and
King sheet 8-:50 p.m. which will rim
through to Oahu College when required.
ANY bills against the undersigned
should be sent in at once to David
Daytnn. Kinr street.
270 21 MRS. C.
A NEAT Cottage on Mer
chant street, near Ala.
kea. Apply to
270 tf W. McCANDLESS.
Ants, Mice, Moths & Roaches
In JPianos !
IN this country, especially v. here Ants,
Mice, Moths and Roaches infest
ygur rianos to the destruction ot the
same, mid the annoyance of all called
upon to use them, it -would be well to
place your insttmncnls in Mil. J. W.
YARNDLEY'S care, who will eflec
tually clear them of all destructive in
sects, etc., and cleanse the strings and
tuning pins from rust. Sec to this
before it is too late I
Let Mn. YARNDLEY tune your
Pianos and keep them in tunc. Many
Pianos suffer greatly and become worth,
less for need of intelligent and more
frequent attention in regard to the
BQF"Orders received at the office of
tho Hawaiian News Co., Merchant
street, will be promptly attended to.
NOMINATIONS will be received by
the Secretary of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club up to June 80, 1880, as
FUTURITY STAKES of 1891-Fcr 2
year olds Hawaiian Bred Horses,
sweepstakes of $50, added. First
Installment on naming $5 eacn.
HAWAIIAN DERlJY of ln'j2 For 3
year olds Hawaiian Brrd Hores,
sweepstakes of $100, Hawaiian Jockey
Club Cup added. First installment oa
naming $5 each.
The following installments are aUo
duo on June 80, 1880:
Futurity Stakes of 1600, 2nd inatall.
ment $15 00
Hawaiian Derby of 1890, 2nd install.
ment $15 00
Hawaiian Derby of 1801, 2nd install.
ment $15 00
C. O. BURGER,
275 14t Secretary U. J. C.
NEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Organ with eight stops. Suitable
for school or church. A fine instru
ment. Apply at 57 Punchbowl street,
opposlto JS. P. Mission Institute. 273 tf
European Billiard Parlors.
THE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
tho city, and fitted up in the most
approved style. Four tables with nil the
J. P. BOWEN & CO.,
270 tf Proprietors.
READ THIS !
WE take Photos for $5 per dozen,
and arc selling fine Island views
for $2.50 per dozen, with tho very best
finish. J. A. GONSALVES,
200 lm 129 Fort street.
Lost or Mislaid.
CERTIFICATE No. 241 for 20 shares
Mutual Telephono Stock standing
in the name of O. It. Stillmau, on which
transfer has been stopped. Finder plcaso
return to Mr. O, It. Stillmau or to tho
Bcixktin Ofilco. 371d.93w.tf
atmw if. lasa.
" . .. V. lf- -- - - - - -
NOW IN FINE RUN
NING ORDER !
Come out anil take
An Exhilarating Rido !
A Glorious Plunge
jBCeoltlifnl 13th !
LONG BRANCH I
BSF"Good accommodations and prompt
C. J. SHERWOOD,
208 tf Proprietor.
Just Arrived !
-AN INVOICE OF-
Imported Direct from Havana.
o. o. :b:ie:r,g-.e::r-
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
NOTICE is hereby given to nil per
sons having claims against tho
estate of A. Kaunui, deceased, to present
the same to tho undersigned executors,
within six months from the dato of this
notice or they will be forever barred.
Wailuku, Maui, June 1, 188U. 272 lm
NOTICE of REMOVAL. -
MR. E. C. ROWE, Painter, has
moved his place of business into
the building lately occupied by the
Pacific Hose Co., King street, near Fort.
GOOD Family Boird for a limited
number of gentlemen not exceed
ing 6 persons. For particulars apply to
W. F. REYNOLDS,
254 tf At T. G. Thrum's store.
A Step Ahead !
HAVING always been an advocate
of the half-holiday system on
Saturdays, I am glad to announce my
ability to practically adopt it now, and
will cease work from and after June
ICtb, on every Saturday, at 12 o'clock
noon. Excepting in very urgent caseB.
Geo. W. LINCOLN,
273 lw Contractor & Builder.
Chinese Employment Office
THE undersigned bogs to notify the
public that he has opened a Chi
nese Employment Office, at No. 37 King
street, will take contracts for carpenter
work, painting, etc. Messages delivered
to the Chinese. Mutual Telephone 385.
No charge for getting Ecrvants. Office
in Lack Lung Chung's carpenter chop.
2571rn LEE CHU.
FILTER PRESSES !
Paauhau Plantation, )
Hawaii, March 0, 1888. J
Itlsdon Iron & Locomotive AVorliB,
Gehtlemen: We have used two of
your 30-chambered Filter Presses this
season. ,They are convenient, easily
handled and arc working entirely to
our satisfaction. I can recommend no
Improvement on them.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed) A. MOORE,
Manager Paauhau Plantation.
Thcso Presses are made extra heavy
for hijih pressures, occupies a Uoor
space 11 feet by 4 feet, and presents a
filtering surface of 240 square leet.
A limited number in stock in Hono
lulu and aro sold at very low prices.
Risdon Iron & Looo. Works.
E5yFor particulars enquire of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Room No. 3 Bprcckels' Block.
2250 tf W. G. Irwin & Co.. Agents .
WHEAT HAY !
Kanaku Ranch, TTaialua,
-ron balk nv-
CASTLE & COOKE.
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN-Tke
X moat popular paper published.
- - - - ! a .---.. .v
-SEX SAFES ! -S3I-
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES,
With Marblelop and Back drained, imitation of any wood,
gjgr ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED. j&
T. H. HOBROIM,
GO Fort strest, Honolulu, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimmed Hate for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all the New Shades j
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laces, Now Wash Mate
rials, in white, plain and figured ; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Fine lamb's Wool Umlerwcnr, Flannel Coats and Tests,
All-wool Ovcrshirts, Etc., Etc., just received by the "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. FBSHEE,,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort fc Hotel Bts.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.
88 So SO
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
Correct StylcB flpSP" Latest Designs &g All Prices.
F. EHLEES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
and FANCY BOO
gjg" N. B. On and after May
of our Dressmaking Rooms.
UNION FEED CO.
-OFFER AT BED
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Rolled Barley, ,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
FLOUR -Alta, Golden Gate & Salinas-tea FLOUR
Telephones, No. 175.
New Zealand Jams I
JUST recoived a consignment of 'Now
Zealand Jams, assorted cases. For
salo at low prices by
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
MRS. MONROE, ladies' nurse, has
removed to No. 8, Kukui lane.
Mrs. H. MACMILLAN
HAS commenced Dressmaking, Cut
ting and Fitting, at her resldenco
No 134 Nuuanu Avenue, next to Eaglo
House, Bell Telephono 180. 248 lm
FOR SALE CHEAP
animal for a hoy), and
Colt. Saddle, bridle,
etc.. thrown in to make
Apply at this office. 251 tf
STORE TO LET
THE Store lately occupied
by E. O. Rowe, Way's
Block. Kinc street, at reason-
utile rental. Possession given at once.
158 tf J. G. ROTHWELL.
OURNISHED Rooms to let.
streets, would be very convenient for a
small family. 255 Urn
Carriage For Salo Cheap.
NEW Cutunder Car
rlaco lust finished
and handsomely trimmed
In first class slylo must be immediately
sold to close au assignment, can be seen
at W. II. Page's carriage manufactury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
..--. -. v .t-..i -, jtws. t. ... -g. A-.-.t
& LOCK 00.
I. B. SMITIX, .Afyeiit.
CMPDEWXWGJ - -
15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
THE 'Emerson Homestead,'
beautifully situated in
Wnialua, Oahu, II . I., com.
prising a largo houso with 10 roomB,
kitchen, pantry, barn, etc., 11 acres of
choice land now partly in taro and other
vegetables, and a rich pasture of 0
acres within half a mile. Pure water ,is
brought to the house and grounds from
never failing springs, the supply of
which can bo indefinitely increased in
quantity. Thero is a" good carriage road
to Honolulu, 28 miles distant, also to the
steam boat landing, less than half a
mile distant, where steamers .from the
city touch three times a week. The pic
turesque scenery, fine climate and un
rivalled water privilege make this a
most desirable placo for a country re
treat and sanitarium. Terms moderate.
For further information apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
257 tf Honolulu.
Desirable Cottage To Let
COTTAGE, corner King and
South streets, less than
10 minutes., walk from Post
Ofllco. Lofty roomsall conveniences
Rent reasonable. ;
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
2S5 tf 28 Merchant street.
Stables & Pasturage To Let
EXCELLENT Btables con
talning 13 Stalls, Cottage
and 7 acres Pasture Land, on
South street, near King, formerly occu
pied by Mr. White, proprietor of tho
Palama Bus. To let on very moderate
terms. Apply to
Jr. E. BROWN & CO..
255 U 28 Merchant street.
BOATS FOR SALE.
WE have on hand ono 22.
foot Whaleboat, with
Iron ccntor-hoard, maBt, saif;
oars, etc., complete: suitahlc
for flehiug. fco, ono 7Mb, Clinker
Pleasuro fakifT, copper fastened, with
oars and rowlocks; will be sold cheap
for cash. Both new. Apply at
o, DOWER & 'SON'S,
250 lm Shop near the Fish Market,