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School Vacation Notice I
Tho Regular Christmas Vacation
of all Public Schools in tho King
dom, will extend from FRIDAY, tho
20ih of December, to TUESDAY,
the 7th of January, 1890.
Ry order of tho Hoard of Educa
tion. W. J AS. SMITH,
Education Office, Nov. 20, 1889.
115 3t-llG 3t
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Jtfdjped to neither Sect nor JPariy,
But establUheit for the btnrfit of alt.
MONDAY, DEC. 2, 1889.
We have received a letter from
Mr. George Norton, emphatically
repudiating the rngincora' ticket of
'Asch, Norton, and Knio," pre
sented in this morning's Advertiser.
The writer only stands with the
"Wilson, Norton, and Boyd" ticket,
and will not serve if elected on an'
Attention was called in our news
department some time ago to tram
way rails projecting above the sur
face of tho street. Since then sev
eral accidents and narrow escapes
have occurred from this cause. It
is contrary to the law to havo the
line in this condition, and the Gov
ernment should have the evil reme
died. In some places the road gang
took the earth away from the rails
in tho form of mud when street
cleaning. Tho trade should have
been more substantial than would
havo permitted its scooping out in
Measures not men should as a
rule form the burden of political
discussion, but men aro an important
consideration when an election comes
round. Now that nominating con
ventions are approaching, the quali
fications of all possible candidates
ought to be woll considered. Legis
lators are what the country wants,
not merely men able to lead many
voters to the pollB. Men with
breadth of intelligence, clearness of
comictions, fully attested public
wpirit, proved honesty of purpose
in their dealings, and as experienced
in affairs as may be obtainable, arc
wanted for Nobles and Represent
atives. CHARITY OH SHIPBOARD.
Editoh Bulletin: Please pub
lish the followiug letters. They
speak for thomselves.
John F. Coludhn'.
Nov. 30, 1889.
Mokolii. Honolulu, )
Nov. 25th, 1889. j
Jluv. Fatiikii Wkndklik,
iS't'r: I have given to the Rev.
Father Leonor to send to you this
day, the sum of seventy-eight dol
lars and seventy cents, for tho bene
fit of the poor sufferers at Kalawao
and Kalaupapa. This is a fund that
was raised on board tbc S. S. Aus
tralia on the evening of Oct. 30,
1889, when about Gfteen hundred
miles from our Islands. A concert
was given U3' the passengers on
board, of which I was one, for the
object above mentioned, and I was
appointed tbe committee to forward
tbo fund. You will please divide
the same among tho people as you
see proper, without regard to what
aect or party they nmy belong to,
and please be kind enough to ac
knowledge the receipt of same.
Yours vory truly,
John F. Colmjun.
Leper Settlement, Molokai, )
27th November, 1889. J
J. V. Colbuhn, Honolulu.
A'tr: Your favor of the 25th
inst. at hand. It affords mo pleas
ure to acknowledge tho reception of
$78.70, tbc result of n concert given
on board of the steamer Australia
on the evening of Oct. 30th, in be
half of tho lepers at Molokai.
With the kind assistance of Mr.
Moycr, .Superintendent of the Set
tlement, the said amount will be
I am very grateful to you and the
unknown contributors for tbe oppor
tunity of thanking you and tbein in
tho name of tho sufferers at Molo
kai. Yours very truly,
Jrcat Indrpcndencn Iiiinu...CaiiiII.
Jut en lor Xolilen .nntoil.
The Hawaiian Independence Day
was celebrated in Wailuku as a gen
eral holiday. Great preparations had
been mado to insure success and tho
result surpassed all expectations.
Tho weather was beautiful, and
owing to the rain falling in the last
days preceding, tho roads were in
a bplendid condition, aud the well
known Wailuku dust for once
brought to rest. Early in the morn
ing cavalcades of natives, decorated
with leis, aud the women with pans,
were parading through the streets,
nnd the crowds coming from all the
outside districts indicated that
something unusual was going to
For weeks invitations had been
sent all over tho islands to invito
guests to partake in tho luaii to bo
nivcu in the Hkatinit rink to cele
brate the day. Tliu luau waB given
by the dillcrent political parties,
otandlng in opposition to thu pie-
sent Government, and was through
the day visited by ovor onb thou
sand people, mostly Hawniians, who
all enjoyed the feast immense!.
Owing to the refusal of certain
"missiounry" plantation malingers
to stop work for the day the major
ity of the members of the Mechanics'
and Workingmen's Union wore pre
vented from being present, but from
each district delegates had been
sent to express sympathy with the
political work of the central com
mittee. The skating rink had been beauti
fully decorated with ferns and
abundance of llowcra under the
supervision of Mcsdamcs W. II.
Daniels and Cb. Brickwood. It
was universally remarked that a
more beautiful spread had never
been seen on these islands. Seven
long tables were laden down with
innumerable good things to cat, and
about 2 o'clock p. m. the guests eat
down. From 2 o'clock to C o'clock
the tables were occupied with peo
ple coming and going, enjoying the
feast and listening to tho fine music
of the combined bands fiom Wai
luku and Waiknpu.
About 3 o'clock tho chairman of
the central committeo, Hon. W. IT.
Daniels, gave tho word to Mr. J.
W. Kalua, who delivered the oration
of the day, Mr. W. II. Ilalstead
acting as interpreter. Mr. Kalua
surpassed himself in regard to elo
quence, and it is unnecessary to
mention the amount of applause,
which this time, as always, greeted
him in Wailuku nei. He spoke
feelingly about tbe love which every
Hawaiian feels for his country j how
devoted they arc to tho institutions
and to the independence of their
country, and how it is their dutj' to
defend this against all attempts
from certain parties to rob tho na
tive of bis land.
He expressed the want of confi
dence which the citizens hero feel
in a Cabinet who had hatched the
annexation scheme, and nBked the
voters to go in unity to tho ballot
box and send downto tho Lctrisla
turc men who will oppose any at
tempt to sell their country. Ho
then mentioned the names of tho
men whom the central committee
would propobc to be nominated as
Nobles at tho coming convention.
These men were: W. H. Cornwell,
J. O. Carter, E. C. Macfarlano,
John Richardson, W. H. Daniels,
and A. C. Dowsctt.
The apphusc and enthusiasm ex
pressed by tho mentioning of thesc
uameB prevented tbo speaker from
continuing bis speech for home time.
It was apparent' that tho natives
were particularly delighted by hear
ing tbe name of Mr. Carter, whom
the speaker truthfully called "the
best friend of the Hawaiian race."
After some fow.more exhorting and
encouraging remarks, Mr. Kalua
left the platform under cheers and
Later on Mr. Kanealii, of Waibcc,
the eventual representative for ono
of the Wailuku districts, spoke
strongly to tbo assembly, explain
ing the necessity of united action.
Tbc last speaker was the dolegato
from the M. & W. Union in Hono
lulu, Mr. Thos. R.Lucas. Although
a stranger in Wailuku, Mr. Lucas
mado so many friends that it was
with difficulty that ho was allowed
to leavo tho town. Ho made a
powerful, eloquent speech, and cap
tured tho heart of everybody pre
sent, who kept on urging' him to
continuo bin speech. He finished
his speech by reading tho platform
of the M. & W. Union, and was
thereafter bodily carried on tho
arms of tho enlhusiastio crowd, who
insisted in having him standing for
tbo next election for Wailuku, which
bo declined owing to previous pro
mises to tho Honolulu constituents.
This was the last speech made,
but for hours tho merry crowd camo
and partook the still abundant pork
and poi. A more orderly and
happy crowd can not bo imagined.
No liquors were allowed on the
premises, but although a saloon is
closo by, tho slate in the police
court tbo following morning sbowod
only ono arrest for being drunk,
which indeed speaks well for our
community. Great orcdit is due to
Messrs. Daniels, Kalua and Norric,
who by their superb management of
tho afl'air insured the success of tho
Wailuku, Nov. 29.
rptt'O Girls in tho Millinery Dopnrt.
X meat at
CJIA3. J. FISJTEL'S,
117 tf Lending Blilllncry llouso.
The "red eyes" epidemic reported
about ten days ago, to bo prevalent
among the juveniles at Napoopoo,
Hawaii, turned out to bo measles.
Tho discaso got its work in nearly
all within a few days and was of a
remarkably mild type. Dr. Mack
visited some twenty cases on Wed
nesday of last week, on which nud
the two followiug days the Napoo
poo school wa3 closed. Nearly all
have recovered by this time.
The Kona "dry season," bo far,
has had several sprinklings of good
refreshing showers which are very
highly appreciated by the luntana
plantations and nil other interested
parties. By thu way, there aro mil
lions galore in tho Kona lantana.
An advertisement in a down cast
paper announces slips of lantana for
sale at ten cents n slip. It scums to
be considerably prized in high lati
tudes as a pretty pot flower for
winter windows. Kona can supply
999,888,777, 6GG,5fl5,4-l I, 333,222,
1 11,000 of these slips at ouc cent per
thousand, and realize money enough
to macadamize all tho roads on the
island. A cbaucc for enterprise, in
developing home industries! Where
is Mr. B. F. D. now?
Kona, Hawaii, Nov. 27, 1889.
SUPREME CUURT--AT CHAMBER?.
Monday, Dec. 2d.
nnronu musics, j.
In re estate J. F. O. Banning, dc
ceabed. Account of Hon. W. F.
Atlon, administrator, to Nov. 8th,
1889. Ordered that said account bo
allowed. Administrator per si
BEVOUE JDDD, C. J.
In re estate of Z. Y. Squirea. Pe
tition of W.O. Smith, administrator,
for allowance of accounts, discharge
iiml flunl order of distribution. Or
dered that accounts bo approved,
administrator discharged, and prop
erly turned over to tho widow. W.
O. Smith in person, W. A. Kinney
for the widow and Mrs. Jackson, A.
S. Ilartwcll for Gasper Sylva.
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Mutual Telephone Co
rPHE following changes and additions
A hf.vo bceu tnii'ln slncu issuing; tho
lnstaub&eribera'lUt dated October, i860:
311 American Log&lion
117 BaptUto, M res
74 Bauer, Juoics
210 B(.y View Resort
hOi Bowler, Jno ros
75 Brown it Co, J K
COt Uartwrlght, A J, Jr
350 Clark & Coaklcy tea
202 Crabbe, C res
COO Don Llm, Pfiwaa.
130 Egan & Gunn
UG6 Huulolcit, Mrs im
C07 Ilonolulu Cur. M'l'g Co
223 Mulchings, J res
(ilO Inspector of Elco. Ligbtb
3S7 Kiakalin, loola res
COS Lanbing, T b' res
C03 Mncfurlnnc, U W res
348 Alelntyre.Gco res
GOOMeolai Wai, Waialua
2U Nott, Ja, Jr res
COB Oliver, Dr 9 am to 12 m 7 to 10 pm
G92 Pilot's Boat Houec
509 Sauvlct, G res
645 St Louis College
Sil Stevens, J L res
C10 Sun Kwong Chong Wai, Mokuloln
417 Thomas. EB
230 Wood, J Hres
(A H B M B Espleglo 417 at
Assignee's Notico to Cre
ditors. rpilE undcisigncu, uatlgrsco in bank
A rnptcy of thu estate of Menzlcs
Dickson, of Honolulu, Oalni, hcrcliy
gives notice to all tho creditors who
have proved their claims agaiuit thu
snid banktupt estate, that ho has sub.
milled to tho Bon. Justice Prctton Ills
final aceount with raid cMutc, and hns
filed tbo Rccouut in the oftlco of tlm
Cleik of the bupreino Court, preparo.
lory to tho payment to creditors of h
flrnt and final dividend. Aud that on
MONDAY, December lfl, 13S0, at 10
o'clock a. m., he will apply to said Jus
tlco for a settlement of hlB accounts ns
such assignee, and for a discharge from
bin liability under nirt trust
JOHN H. PATY,
Atslpnec of tho Bankrupt Estate of
Honolulu, Nov. 21). 1F89. .417 4Uaw
I? ROM Kaplolanl Park
. yes'crdaj forenoon, a
0 mouths old Pointer, jot
Mack, short silky hair
with plain leather collar
and chum ring, answers to Ihe name ot
"Prlnco." Reward of $2 fiO upon return
ing to T. S. DOUGLAS,
4if 3t At W. G, lrw in & t a's otflco.
IT was reported that my Block of New
Goods, Millinery, Holiday Good?,
bite , was on tho dcamcr "Hnw ii." I
with to Inform Iho public thntruchiH
not tho cuso. My choice stock of Mllll
ncry came on tho "Mariposa" with inoro
to cmno on the ''Planttr" now duo I
will then djp!ay tho Unost and lnrceft
Block of European Goods ever imported
in tills city.
415 3t CiiAS. J. I'lSnEL.
IIIAVK tlds duy sold the Tahiti
Lemonade Works to tho Tahiti
Lemonade V oiks ! rnpany, aud request
an immediate settlement with me of nil
outstanding accounts. All bills duo by
tho lute buslucibs will hu paid hv
J. E. BROWN.
Honolulu, Oct. 81. 1H KOfi Im
THE undersigned hereby gives nolho
to nil persons that wo are tu
owners of thorn pieces of land that were
leased to the Kipahulu Hugar Co, viss
Multolc, Alenoho, I'lluoln, Papuan and
Kakanoui. leaving two pieces of land
not leased to thu Plantation which in
Puolahi and Iho dwelling lot Bulihi, at
Maulili, adjoining the makai side of ilio
Government road to tho tea, tipd so with
tho urn kid side of Kakanoui lo the sea,
wo now hereby commission J. Kuko
(Japanese) to tnku chargo of thoso
pieces of land that wero muntionod last,
and forbid pereous trcpnMnfr.
.T. H. KAMIO,
MntJ. MARY KUE.
Honolulu, Nov. 18, 18bl. 1U 41
JH02ST0LULU, H, L, DECEMBER S, i6.
Ex. "S. S. Mart
November 25, 1880.
At the Double Sture.i of tho
Hawaiian News Co.,
!i A T Merchant Ht.
Oar Holiday Stock of Novelties
Comprint1 tho largest and cholccbl
ART -:- GOODS
By "Priing," of Boston; and It. Tuck &
8on, nf London; tver before
Mtown in Honolulu.
Xmafi Card by tho Million,
From G cts to $5.
Books & Booklets,
For old and young. Many olhor
Goods impoeslble to onumcrnle.
tr Call early und get first choice -
Tho Hawaiian News Co.'y
Have just opened out a large new
Block of Holiday Goods, comprising:
Set and Unset Diamonds, Bronchus,
Earrings, Bracelet Bungles, Luce
and Scarf l'inn, Rings of tho very
latest de&imiB, Ladies' and Gents'
Gold and Silver WatchcR and Wnlch
Chains, Ladies' Fob and Vest Chains,
Clocks, Ucautiful Silvenviire, ic, Ac.
0F Trices within the reach of
all. 414 lm
Kaipara : Mullet I
Star Brand iu 1 lb. tins.
GONSALVES & CO.,
Ill lw Queen sttoet.
J. E, GOMES,
Has removed lo Mrln'-rny Block, where
lift iq prepared to txeeulo In fliat class
style all or'ota cntrtihted lo him.
Watch.Work & Diamond Setting
A. Special ly.
Do not fall to nail and examine his clo-
gam assortment of
Ooliday : Goods,
Consisting of tha latest styles In
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, &c
A few young thoroughbred
Berkshire -:- Boars
from imported stock. Registered Prdi
arte furnished. Aleo a low
FAT - TURKEYS!
411 lm LEWIS & CO.
NOW FOR SALE AT
Theo. H. Davies & Co.'s
Suitable for presents;
fires sin j; Gtses. silver mounted ;
Hand Bugs & Valises,
China Dinner Ketc,
China Tea Bets,
Fancy Majolica Ware,
Fancy Work Baskets,
Fancy Brrccns & Lumps,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Bolls! Dolls! Bolls!
Ktc, L1 c., Lie, Etc.
Au InnmnBo Vniicty.
TOYS, Toys, TOYS,
Tin Toyt, Drunii',
Ioll Setw, Ciirte,
Musical Toyp, Etc., Lie.
A Largo Attortmenl.
Christmas & New Year Cards,
Dlrtct from Raphael Tuck Ss Bon,
and S. HlUlenliclmor.
Theo. H. Davies & Go.
AS the undorBicned 1b desirous of set
tling up bis affairs in order to
lo vu thu country, all pertons Indebted
lo him are hereby notified that all ac
counts not icttb d by tlio 7lh day nf De
cember, 1B80, will be put in the hands
of a collector and prompt action will bo
taken with the same. All accounts
ncainst rau ehould be prreeuted inimu.
dlatcly. W. II. I'AOE.
Honolulu, Nov. 23, J ee. 412 lw
THE MUTUAL LIFE
Is issuitiR u now form of insurance which provides, in Iho event of death, for a return of nil premiums paid in ad
dition to tlio amount of tho policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of ycar9, the Company will
return all the premiums paid with Interest; or, instead of accepting the polit-y nnd profits in cash the leanl holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, take In
lieu thereof the amount of policy nnd profits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually in dividends
Remember, tlits contract 1b Issued by the oldest Life Insurance Compnny in the United States, nnd tbc Lar
gost Finuncial Institution in tbc World, its assets exoccdiug One Hundrotl nnd Twenty-Six Millions of Uollais.
CS?" For full pnrticttloro call on
lOlilpiulll I nOlllully .UUIillUlUl Wl Ul lulOi
KS5 Mew Goods 2 S ftSew Goods 51
JUST OPENED A LARGE STOCK OF NEW NOVELTIES IN DRY and FANCY GOODS SUITABLE FOR
THE COiMINb SEASON.
Great Bargains 1
40 pes of New Drrsa Goods, striped
and chocked at 12Ac.
An elegant line of New Embroidered
A full lino of now patterns in Whito
Just received a full assortment of
Qinplminx, Seersuckers, and other
now wash materials.
A lnrgo nsf-ortutent of French Flan
nels. Nuns Veilings in all desirable Phndcs.
. Silks! Silks !
Bluck Brocaded Silk, heavy, at $1.60
a yai d.
Surah Silks, at low prices.
A fine lino of Fancy Surahs and
Satins and Sateens in new designs.
Gloves! Gloves 1
Have you seen our 5-button Kid
Gloves, at $1.50 a pair?
A full Hue of Silk Gloves and Mitts.
GiiiLBi1 Ale, Hod Ale Mini lasitejaili), Sarsanarilla,
MIKERiL WATERS, ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
M&" All communications
Nolice is hereby given that the (hbt
bhnnial eletllon (tinder Chapter 4fi
Blfttuto Laws of 188J will bo held
On MONDAY, Dec, 2, 1889,
At tlie Boll Tower.
"or tho purpose of Electing a Chief
Kog ncer and two Assistant Engineers
lor the said Tiro Dcpartmeut.
JST Polls will bo open ot 0 1 u. and
cIoju at 0 r. 11.
I 40 J ti Secretary H, K. D.
of iaaw xodrk:
300 doz. MuMiefs !
Tho largest assortment and lowest
New novelties in Handkerchiefs, suit-
ablo for presents.
Ribbons J, Ribbons!
Received a full lino' of all colors and
shades, of Plain and Fancy Ribbons.
Now novelties in Ribbons.
A large and fino assortment of all
kinds of New NovcltioB.
Ilnndoomo Heavy Silk Shawli in
black and cream.
Ramio Shawls, Ramie Shawls.
Shoulder Scaifs, Berlin-Shetland
Shawls. ' '
Traveling Shawls, ,
Just received a full Hue of
and orders should Ijo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
E. R. IlEN-nnr, Ircsidont& Manager. John Ena, Vice-President.
GoDFnKV JUROWt?, SeeiotaryA Treasurer. Cecil Ciiown, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. SpvecItHs' Iltink,
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -: Glassware
uuandelierH, i-loctoliers, Lamps & Lamp Fixtures,
Paints, Oils fc Varnishes, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
l'owdor, Shot dfc Caps, Machino'loadod Cartridges, Chamberlain's Patent;
HOUSE -:-FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver Plated "Ware, Tablo & Pocket Cutlery,
riows, Planters' Hteul Hoes, and other Agiicultural Implements,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hart's Patent Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe fc Dolt Cutting,
Manila A. Bisal Rope, Rubber Hose,
AViro Bound Rubber Ifoao, Spinctor-grip;
Sprinklers & Sprinklor Btunds,
Unlon Metallic Cartridgo Co.,
Jlarlman's Htccl Wiro Fence L Steel Wire Mala,
"New Process" Rope, '
Win. O, Fisher's Wrought Htoel Ranges, Ncal's Carriage Paints,
Gate City Stono Filters,
"New Procee" Twist Drills,
nov-20-80 Hurt's Patent "Duplex" Die Stook.
.r .... . aA
Genera! Agent for tbo Hawaiian Islands.
Flouncings iu Swiss and Oriental
A lirgo line of Veilings in plain und
Christmas : Goods
Of every description.
a" TOYS! TOYM!-tSa
Will be closed out at a great reduc
tion. A full line of Ladies', Gouts' and
Traveling Trunks & Values.
Boys' & Children's Clothing,
Boy's Jersey Suits,
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
An immonso stock received.
Prices very lew.
, EHRLBOH, Prop.
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)Fort Street, Ilonolnln.
and DEALERS IN-
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