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By Authority of tht Board of Educa
Notice is hereby given that the
Bere'ania street Select l'limary
School (Kulaokalnia), will bo opened
for the school year on Mond.n , the
lktliMn'st. ; when children of Loth
sex, not over ikn kahs of ago, will
be enrolled for instruction in the
lower piimary guides, in l'nglisii. A
tuition feo of oO cents u week win he
ohslrged..fot .aUenUance, ,n in all
Government Select Schools.
Miss Laur.aInnfcanJvhn experienc
od teacher from the United States,
hiis been selected tor Principal of the
Selfool.S. : 1 ,
I'ducaMon Oflico, Sept. , 18S!.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Patty,
Uttt established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY. SEPT. 1, 1889.
AN' EXTRA SESSION.
It is understood that the Ministry
lias under consideration the question
of calling the Legislature for the
purpose of passing a Chinese re
striction amendment to the Consti
tution. As the session of 1888 ad
journed,and was not prorogued, it
only'requires aaummons of the
President to convene the Legisla
ture atany.time beforethe close of
x the period. The amendment intend-
r cd to be submitted, 'according to
assurances of its promoters, will
placebo restrictions upon the get
ting of Chinese labor for the sugar
and rice plantations, except that
account will have to be kept of Chi
nese entering the country for that
purpose, so that they shall be de
ported wken they quit work on the
plantations.! The main' provision
sought is the empowering oft the
Government to prevent the increase
of Chinese competition in independ
ent trade and "industry."- This is'
something that must-be done, in the
event of Chinese labor continuing
to bcadmitted, if r the institutions
of ivilfzatlon-are to be, maintained
under free self-government iti these
islands. This is certainly the opin
ion of the majority of the elector-
ate, and we fully believe it to be
"Whether a special session to rush
a constitutional amendment through
has suffictent justification of emer
gency 'or not is believed to be the
question with the Government. A
majority of the Cabinet has com
mitted itself to a policy of protect
ing the eufranchfsed portion of the
population -against Chinese "aggres
sion. The Ministry as at present
constituted would probably aesume
the responsibility of a constitutional
amendment that- would' guaVd" the
planting interests against the danger
of avscarciEy of 'suitable labor. The
. planters themselves could not ica
sqngblyjppnose an amendment that
would not interfere with their labor
requirements. It would Indeed bn
an unwisepolicy on their part to
put themselves in the way of a
ineasure or the kfiul- contemplated.
It would be antagonizing thein own
protection j because, as matters
at and, an anti-Chinese Legislature
lutgrattG-ShQljuJLeli-. JThen, , where
woulcfHiiel""'j!ant'er3' he,r in 'case of
olh'enelemontSiOf labor failing?' It
is no use saying that such a course
would be suicidal fro'm a national
poiiitj. of view tfie killing of the
goose",tirac laj's'the go 111 en egg.'
Such might indeed lie its true char
"tterjzatioju ButhQiy.ajc yoigojng-,
to bring cunvictipn of the fact, if it
be one, to those classes who can
only see that, with no reslriclion at
all'&'fiUaVclliTTCBe competition with
tliem in their direct Interests, their
indirect, sharu in the cuslniils and
omelets, of the aforesaid gilded
product" wfil tic snatdie'ii'iip'by the
chpsticl?s of their Mongolfan sup
planters? It really looks as if a.
constitutional amendment of tho
kind' '"proposed shbultf unite the
planters in common cause with the
complaining classes. In that case,
itrcquiresi no argument to demon
strate that tho sooner the amend
ment receives-Us initial' impiimatur
from the Legislature the bettor.
The case is simply that by utilising
the legislative power now in hiuitl
only one more favorable Legislature !
would have to be tccuietl ton-urc
success, while the neglect of the pio i
sent opportunity would neco3sltato
the election of the two suscccding i
Legislatures upon this issue. More
over, the former alternative makes
it possible to liavo the measure take
effect within two years, whitu the
latter defers the consummation to at
least four vears.
The isue is certainly one that
will stay with the country until
it is finally settled, It could hardly
be placed before the people at the
elections in a more comprehensible
shape than that of a constitutional
amendment that bad passed one
session. There is no matter upon
which native and foreign electors
could more easily find Identity of
interests than this of Chinese re
striction, bull wo admit that on
grounds lof the broadest public
policy an additional sitting of the
present Legislature might not be
desirable. There arc considerations
that might make ,tho event appear
one fraught with uncaBitiess to the
country. It is not certain, in the
first place, that this Legislature can
be absolutely depended upon to pass
the amendment, Secondly, when
convened, the liability of members
to dabble all round in affairs and
get themselves muddled over incom
plete exhibits of the period's admin
istration would be dangerous. The
rule foi bidding any but the specific
business ror winch tue session is
called would not apply, because this
it not a special but a resumption of
the regular session. With safe
guards against such unfoitunate Je
suits as those suggested, which
could only be in the form of written
pledges under the signatures of two
thirds of the members, we should
rejoice if the Government decided
in favor of the Legislature coming
together long enough to pass the
amendment. Otherwise, the country
must have patience and be resigned
to making haste slowly in the cause
of western civilization.
Eihtok Bulletin: An article ap
peared in last evening's Bulletin
referring to the child of J. F.
McLaughlin. Allow me to say, for
the benefit of whom it may concern,
that I received notice of the death
of 'my child's guardian by the last
Australia. Also that they were
waiting my orders in rcgaid to what
I was going to have done with my
child. I have answered and made
arrangements to have her put in
school wheic her support and school
ing shall be paid for.
Mits. E. McLaughlin.
'"IMIB Mcrry.fjo-rotind will run at Will.
X lcikf Wednecdiy and Siluuliiy even,
ing; WpdneFtiny antl SntutU'aftrrnooii
i'or lttdieauiul children. The Tminways
will Tim two cars at 10.07 antl three cms
atio.ar. an iw
T7UnXt?nED Rooms to let.
i HMiithwcst corner of
I'unrliliowl nnd Oeretuni'i
stroeis, would be vtiy convenient for a
small family. 236 Gm
THE Motmii Bnnch,
situate nt Moantii,
Molokni, with somn 400
licail of Cattle and about
40 HoncK anil Marc, will he sold on
rci'mialile terms. Anplv to
Mlty II. IIAUKl'EM) & CO.
Per ibitish IJirk "Banca," now fully
due from Liverpool, au
' invoice of
Wri 1113 BROS.'
KorStle in Quintillea to Suit '
F. A. Schaefer & Co. '8.
Supreme Court of tho Hawaiian
Islands In Bankruptcy.
IN re ANTONTJ F. VJERRA, a Bank,
nipt. Order on petition of Bank,
rupt for tlUt'hargo ftom debtn.
Upon reading and filing the petition
of ANTONE F. V1ERRA, of Hono.
lulu, Oaliu, nllefing that moro than six
mnutlis have elaptcil since he was ndju.
dlctted a bankrupt and prajlngfora
di't'liurgu from all hit debts.
it Is oi tiered that TUESDAY, tho 17th
day of September, A. D. 1H89, at 10 a. m.
of'tlnit day, at the Couit Room in Alilo.
Ian I Hale, Honolulu, bo and Ib hereby
appointed the time and place for hearing
of nald petition when nnd where all ere
illtors vlio have provnd their claims
agsht wild Bankrupt limy appear ami
show chubo if any they hive why the
prayer ot said Bankrupt should not bo
luiaicu Supreme Court.
Attests Alviied W. Oautjsu,
Second Deputy Cleak.
Dated Honolulu, Aug. 31, 16BI), Oil Ot
- l'll&M&B? - m
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
. . ... .
On Saturday Evening, Sept. 7th
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, a
varied llnu of
Ladies ami Gents
Lisle Thread and Merino Socks,
Children's Dresses & Robes,
Silk Dress Patterns
A largo assortment of
Lace Dress Patterns
Silk A Lace Shaw,
A new lot of
Linen Table Cloths,
Linen Napkins, Towel',
A very lino assortment of
GENTS & LADIES
Silk Umbrellas and Parasols !
A large assortment of
Velvet all Tapestry Bib
Of new designs which must be sold
nt any price.
Embroidered Table Cloths !
Etc., Etc.. fctc, Etc.
EST Kcmcmbcr thut nt this Sale, nil
Goods must bo sold rcgaidletB of cost.
8- Reserved Seats for Ladies, -a
JAS. F. MORGAN,
m : Lots
By onlev of Mr. "V K. Castle I will
ell at Public Auction, at my Saleroom,
Monday, Sept. 9th,
AT IS! O'CLOCK VOOX,
Adjoining the lesldeuce of Dr. Hyde on
The propet ty lias a f i outage of 2."0 feet
ou Hcietauia street, 2.10 feut on Young
street, and is !00 feet ileep
For the sieconiuimlatlou of paities
wishing to obtain lots for lesldetiies the
propei ty will hu subdivided into 4 lots:
2 on Young htrcet. sie 123 by 130 feet
deep, and 2 on Bcrctania stieet, 123 feet
frontage by lf0 feet deep.
EST Special attention Is called to this
Mill- of the most deniable Uuildlng Lots
offcied for sale in Honolulu.
For further particulars apply
U. CASTLE, or to
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
A NNUAL mooting of the Honolulu
Xj. Arion and election of omctisou
FBI DAT, September . 1RP0.
813 :)t Secretary.
"II1E annual meeting of the stock.
A holders of the Mutual Telephone
Co. will be hi Id or. WEDNESDAY,
Soptember the lltl, nt 11 o'clock a. u.,
at the Company's building. -
C. 0. BERGEB,
3:!0 td Secretary Mutual Tele. Co.
A QUARTERLY meeting of the Board
, ofTiusties of tho Queeu' Hop
Pital will he held on SATURDAY', (he
1th September, 18l0, a; 1(1 o'clock a. m.,
at tliu ltooniH of the Chamber of Com.
merce. llilBiness of Importance' Amend,
ment of the By-Laws. Per order.
K. A. SCHAliFER,
820 1 m Secretary.
ASITL'ATION to do general house.
wii'k by u Geimnti sirl. Apply
at xso. n.) con 6tioi i.
BY a Lady of middle age, n situation
us seamstress or to assist in Iioufc.
kerplug, or in lbo circ of an invalid.
Adrfitss "B," at this olilfc. 339 at
STU DENTS to learn Telegraphy, male
or female. For particular apply
tit the Hawaiian News Company's Htoie.
COACHMAN in private family by a
Ftcadv totier antl indiiRtrioiiB young
man jiht from America; thoroughly uu
deiHUi ds ih'j cine horbcy, cHrriago and
Iiuml'bs. Addri'bs E. W,. this oilier.
OSQUITO Powder Urns In fancy
. itChlk'n?. for the iconomlcal burn.
ing of the Genuine Buhuch Intcct
Powder, liavo boen received by Benton,
Smith & Co. Mr lw
HOtfOLClMT, H. L, QJBOTJBMBJ3R !, 1889.
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Lovoy,
Of Contractor's Phut !
trier of the Hawaiian Tramways
Co., qui mi i oil), x win sen ai
On WEDNESDAY, Sept, 11th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M..
At my Sale renins primer of Fort and
'J Caning? Hori-of, 'well.brokm to single
2 .Cart How''.
1 Subtle Mul..
r'O do-Shovel, nil Me-!.
M doz Dnithlt' IVltited l'lcfe 1 inch
C do?, l'ohit anil Chtsel Pick- I Inch
5 do- Point nhd Heater Tick I Inch
ISO do?. Nt k' Handle..
6 d 7. Wheel tm-rnvs fa1vnnlcl iron
Iiq'Ivs. and lr 'ii frame. ' '
3 di i. Gallon Petroleum Self Gene
4 only Contractor's' Cinch Gulvnn'z:d
2 only Complete Set Carpenters' Tools,
bct qunli'v, nc-v and readv for usr.
((Set Navilc. Tools In lirx s."
1 t-'ct Circular Saw, U'J inch and lilting?.
Also, a quantity of
Rain Water Head', Offsets & Elbow.
BaT'Siimplfo of Iho above nrc now on
viiwuiniy Kil.trioma nnd at thu.Ha.
wailan '1 rumnuyii ('o.'s olllce, King t.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Assignee's Sale !
BY oidei "f JUIN II. I'A'IV. as
Bankmp'cy cf Meczits Dieksji,
I will sell at I'ubllP Auction, at my
yalcsroriin, co ntr Foit ami Queen
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11, at 12 NOON,
Of the Capital Stock of the
Kawaiioa Ranch Co.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
,I ISS BEKnY'S School will te open
111 MONDAY, September Oth. nt
No. 4,'l Jruma t-ticet.
ALL perairis ate strictly fori 1 Iden
from shotting or trespassing on
the lands of A!timano and Hoaeue
Ranches, Cwn, and Wnhinwa. Waiauae
ulia. A. J. CAMPBELL,
JJ40 tw MaiiHL'cr.
SHOOTING or trespnEsinc on the
lnud known as the Alitipuaa of
Waipio nnd the Land ot Wuikukalatin
tubove the road to Witinlua), in Ewn,
Island of OjIiu, is hereby forbidden.
841 lw C. A. 1IKOWX.
NOTICE is lirreby given that the un
dersigned will not be responsible
tor any bills contracted In the nme of
Chri'-tian Bcrtclmnnu unless upon his
II. F. BERTELMANX,
Altouley-in.fact for O ISt-riolmuun.
Hi noltilu, Sept. 8, If89. 84;t 3t
OUR agency in Honolulu hitherto
conducted by MessrB W. L Green
& G, W Wucfarlnno & Co hie been
tranxfctreil, as from 1st April, l-8, to
Mi. G. W. Mucfarlaue & Mr. Robt.
JOnN FOWLER & CO.,
312 nt (Leeds), Limited.
REGARDING the rico plantation at
Wniinalu, En a, Onhu, notice is
given thut Ho On and Ming Wa have
sold out their interest, to the rcmaininc
pariner Ho Yee, who will piy all ilobu
of llm company, the two retiring
partners Lulng rest ousible for tliHr own
debts. 110 YEE.
FIRST - CLASS
1'hiiL'ton iu per
order. Apply nt
HORSE FOR SALE.
W. II . WRIGHT,
At Castle & Cooke's.
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
Honolulu, Auj;. 27, 1880.
The accounts of MKisna SK1NNEU
ifc CO, fcr ibe construction, cqiiltment
and maintenance of the Tramway line
and works connected therewith will bo
cloii-d ou the 1st day of October, 183H.
Al1 pusons having clalim against the
taui firm or their cgitit under the afore,
paid cnnlTf ct are hetuhy notified to pre.
rent llicm at the abiive add res on or
beforo tho Baid dale. Any claims pre.
eeniid after the 8di day of October will
have to be forwarded to London.
Is lie Ollest Active Life tamee Company ii flu UiM Stales aufl flu Largest
ii tin Worlfl !
lis assets Jnn. 1st. 1889. amounted
puted Uescrve Fund which with future premiums nnd interest is requited for
of the policies or the death of the assured, was $117,G07,078, thus leaving a
lidllcy holders of 57,887,030.
This Company has no capital stock. It is purely Mutual. All the accumulations belong to its members,
and all the profits go to its policy holders who have received since 18G8, the sura of $78,878,47G.82 In dividends
earned by their policies. In the same period it has also paid S88,I80,9G8.57 in death claims ; $2-t,G69,C04.45 in
matured endowments nnd 8594,548.27 in annuities to living memheis; nnd besides $G8,599, 139.GG have been al
lowed for the value of discontinued policies purchased by the Company. In all since 18G3, 820 1,222,732.77
have boen returned to policy holders.
This amount is Twice as Lnrge as the returns made by any other life insurance company in tho world
during the period named.
An Investment Returning 6 Per Cent. Compound Interest.
To, illustrate the point pertaining to the investment of funds and the return to the policy holder, the follow
ing Illustration is given:. .
This is a statement of a single premium life policy issued by this company in 18G3 :
Pomcy No. 28,342.
Single Premium Life. , ,
Amount $10,000. Age 38. 18G3.
Face of Policy
lliilanco of Additions
rrescnt Value of I'oliev ab n Cluiin . . . . i . i . aI. sv
Premium '.'. .'.'. - '.
Cash Dividends Withdrawn r.
Net Amount I'nid by Insured
Value as a Claim in l'xccss of Amount Paid.
The existing additions amount to nearly 200 per cent, of the net amount paid by the insured, and the in
sured has realized tl ptr cent, conifound interest on his investment.
"With conditions quite as lavorable to them as to the Mutual, no one of its would-be rivals has ever equaled
this result. a. D. THOMAS,
828 tf Executive Special Agent the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
IlOXOLrLU, H. I.
These Schools open for (ho Hew Year
September , 1880.
The faculty of Oabtt College will be
the same as lat year. The Friend
says: "We think that there lias "never
Deoii an auier lacuity at uauti college,
or one better adapted to impart a high
classical and scientific education."
The Boarding Department can ac
commodate but few more than were in
attendance last year, anil all who desire
to enter should make an tally applica
tion. Tho Preparatory School continues
under the Principalsbip of MUsMalouc;
Miss Carrie A. Gilmun takes MIfs
Chamberlain's position, the hitter hav
ing lesiued to remoxc to the LTnitetl
The Trustees are happy to announca
t at, tbrough the gcneious interest of a
fiiend, they me electing a line new
building; nnd lcmodeling the present
one, so tbitt this school will occupy new
and commodious quaiteis in Septem
ber. When thus eipiipped we believe
the I'rcpaiatoiy School will offer oppor
tunities .second to none in the Kingdom.
Bfij-Addrois all letters of inqtiliy or
REV. V. C. ilERRITT,
317 lin Piesidciit.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1HEW Cutundir Car.
rlage just finished
and handsomely trimmed
in first clas tslyle; must be immediately
sold to cloe an assignment. Apply to
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKNtJY.
Furiiisltcu Cottage To Let.
NEAT Cttage of four
lootup, nicely naoercd
and painted, thoroughly mos
quito proof and partially furnished, in
perfect order, with kitchen. Conveni.
cutly locntud, to rent at $20 per month
to a desirable tennnt.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage To Let.
ANEW one ftory Cottage
ou upper inn t of Lillha
stieet, coutalninc G rooms
n'eely juijiered and painted, bath room,
kite en, nice lawn, shade tiees, etc.
Will be icuted reasonable to a good ti-u-ant.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
rpHE best icmedy for
J. wounds, ulcere,
galls, proud tlesb and
hoicb of everv desciln-
2 - t Inn to tierMo'ns or mil-
malt. Adoptetl by lending hoiso rail
road, club and livery subles, etcin
the Uni ted States and el.'en hci e. Wo
aie prepaid! to prove this Btatemeutby
testimonials ami leferences to planters
and liverymen lu this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
A LARGE assorlmentof Photographs
and Stereoscopic' Views of the
unlet nttiactUu scenery, buildings, eto,
in theso islands, fin- sale at reauouable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOENOY.
Comer Foit ami .Vmclmnt sticeU,
Ilaivaiian Quintette Club.
'I'lHE above club will furnish Vocal
JL and InFtrumentnl Music fo- par.
ties, Inaufi, dance?, etc., at fchiut notice.
Orders left with Mrs. Alluti, at .1, J
Williams' store. Fort street, will bo at-
OI? NEW YORK
Its insurance in
New York Stiff & Opera Hats !
S NEW YORK H0TEL,l
The Chicago Dash Register
Automatic Adding Attachment !
This is the only CASH REGISTER that bus nSelf-adding Attachment
which shows tho total amount of sales at any moment.
E&- Everybody needs one nnd nobody can afford to bo without one. &
C. O. BERGER,
336 l"1 , Sole Agont for the Hawaiian Islands.
Wgsterniayers Celebrated Uprights !
'MADE EXPRESSLY FOR THIS CLIMATE.
J. & C. FBSCHER PIAftfOS !
BOUDOIR UPRIGHTS 4 CABINET UPRIGHTS.
Other PIANOS of Well-known American Factories on the Way,
FOR SALE AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES BY
Ea. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.,
325 lin King and Bethel Streets.
a- FISCHER PIANOS -sa
Renowned for Tone and Durability !
80,000 Iu Use! "-"SHSE"' Established 1840
ENDORSED BY THE
I" aw, Mkhz,
OI.AKA Louihu Ki:u.ociq,
jiuxj jJiaiivxi,xBxia"Na' sa
Call, or wiilo for Catalogues.
B. F. EHLEES & CO.
JUST REOEIVI'D PER
Laces Sc 3Eixilroxxexies,
IN GREAT VARIETY nt VERY LOW TRICES.
Dressmaking Department under the mnnagomont of MIBB
forco was 8182,120,184 and the com-
paying llic same, at tliu matin
clcnr surplus for future dividend
7,710 57 '
& iv '
JUST RECEIVED I
Agent for the Hawaiian Isl&ndj.
ARRIVED - !
Ivan E. Mokowaski,
An Many Otiiisrp,
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Solo Agonta for the Hawaiian Islands.
S. " AUSTRALIA "
SEERSUCKERS & PRINTS