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S r-t.jr--TT j ,,
la the Suprem8 Court of tiie
By virtuo of tho power vested in
mo by the 842d Section of tho Civil
Code', 1 hereby order u SPECIAL
TERM of the Supreme Court to be
held in tho Upstairs Courtroom of
Aliiolani Hale, in Honolulu, on
TUESDAY, the 17th day of June,
1S90, at 10 o'clock a. ., for the hear
ing of Bunco Cusea only.
r, Witness my hand nnd seal
) of the Supicmo Court, at
L. S. Honolulu, this 31st day
) of iMay, 1800.
-v- A. Jb . J UJJJJ,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Clerk. G70 7t
The regular annual examinations
and reviews of classes in the Public
Day Schoob thioughout the King
do ra, v, ill bo held this year during
the week that will end on Friday,
tho lllh of July nest, i'rom Mon
day, the Hth, to Friday, the 18th (if
July, a Gancinl Coinention of
teachers will be held in Honolulu,
and the summor vacation of all
l'ublic Schools in the Kingdom will
extend from Monday, the 21st of
July, to Monday, the 8th of Septem
ber ntst, on which date a new term
By order of tho Board of Educa
tion. Y. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, Juno 2, 1S90.
OrncE OF THE Boakd OK Edl- )
cation, June 2, 1890.J
It is hereby ordered by tho B6ard
of Education that ALL teachers, in
the Government employ, teaching in
the English language, shall attend
the General Convention to be held at
Honolulu from July 14th to July
18th, both inclusho. The expense
of PASSAGE to nnd from Honolulu
will, by the direction of the Board,
be paid by the Local School Agents.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspector-General of Schools.
Orncc or inn Board of Enu- )
cation, June 2, li90 J
The examination, for Grammar
Grade Certificates, will be held on
S.ituiday, July 19th, Monday, July
21st, a'nd Tuesday, July 22nd. The
subjects will be Arithmetic (com
plete), Algebra, Grammar, Composi
tion, Phybiology, Theory of Writing,
riiybic.il Geography, Outlines of Hib
tory, and Pedagogy. No candidate
will be allowed to enter for this ex
amination unless possessing a Pri
mary Certificate for one car, or
holding a similar eeitilicatc fioni
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspector-General of Schools.
Orricu of tub Board of Enti- )
cation, June 2, 1890.
An examination for Primary cer
tificates will be held on Saturday,
July 19th, and Monday, July 21st.
The Primary Certificates are issued
under the following rules :
So per cent, and over, two yearn'
73 per cent, to SI ptr cent., one
71 per cent, and undor, six months'
The holders of two yeara' primary
certificates will not be re-oxamined
on the expiration of their certificates,
but will have thorn indorsed for ex
tension, unless it is thought that
another examination is necessary.
Thoso boldiug certificates for one
year, will have to pass a second ex
amination, after which their certifi
cates will bo indorsed for extension
ju like manner with thoso for two
Thoso holding certificates for b!x
months are liable to bo examined at
any timo after tho expiration of the
All uncertificated tcacliors must
present themsoUea for examination.
The subjects for examination are:
Arithmetic through decimal frac
tions, Mental Arithmetic, English
Grammar (elementary), Geography,
Spelling, Theory and practice of
toaching, Reading, Dictation, Com
position and Writing.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspector-Genoral of Schools.
MR. Eo. MULLER has retired as a
partner from our lhui.
1 II. HAOKFELD & CO.
HcBOlulu, May UI, 18W. 670 -it
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all
MONDAY, JUiSK 2, 1890.
The Attorney-Ueneial'g answer
to the question in reference to tho
recent acare though lengthy Is not
satisfactory. Tho law adviser of tho
Government has apparently been
kept in Ignorance by his colleagues.
This is a matter on Thlch the peo
ple want full information. If there
was real ground for the scare, it
should be known ; and if not, it
should be known also. The Legis
lature should not bo bluffed by any
Minister or nnj body else in its de
mand for full information, which it
ha3 a pel feet, right to command.
A petition for the discharge of the
Portuguese interpreter of the Su
preme Court, ami the appointment
of another in his place, was tabled
in the Assembly this morning, on
the ground that lite House had noth
ing to do with the ofilec in qucstton.
It i3 undci stood that this petition
was instigated by a person who is
an applicant for the position, and
whoso wiitten application is not an
indication of fltntes on his part. It
is further understood that intelli
gent l'oituguese arc conspicuous by
the absence of their names from the
The Judiciary Committee's re
ports on petitions for the lemoval of
the Ministry and tho abolition of
the Constitution were judicious. In
the matter of removal of the Minis
try, the Constitution provides that
that shall be done by a vote of want
of confidence, and the committee
therefore recommended tabling the
petitions until the introduction of a
motion to that effect. In the matter
of abolishing the Constitution, as
the country is now under it and no
reason was shown for a change, the
committee considered the table to be
the proper place for the petitions. If
the Judiciary Committeo continues
to manifest to the end of tho session
the wisdom displayed at the com
mencement, it will merit the thanks
and admiiation of the country.
WHERE IS THE WISDOM?
It is a puzzle to ordinary intelli
gence to discover wherein the fact
of the American House of Repre
sentatives haing passed the Mc
Kinley bill, with the free sugar and
bounty clause left intact, "demon
strates," according to the Adver
tiser, "the wisdom and foresight of
our present Cabinet." Our contem
porary is either gifted with exliaor
dmaiy penetiation that extends far
beyond the vision of common mor
tals, or is enveloped in extraordin
ary stupidity that makes ten the sura
of three plus two. Which? The
penetration is inisible, but the stu
pidity is ao conspicuous as Punch
bowl. Free sugar in the United
States simply means that our pre
sent reciprocity trealy with that
country and the tiealy proposed to
succeed or supersede it are next to
woithlcss. "While the sugar fioni
other countries is taxed nnd ours
goes iu free wc arc specially bene
fited, but where is the special hone
fit to us when all are treated alike?
And where is the "wisdom and fore
sight" of attempting to bind our
selves by a perpetual trealy from
which we derive no benefit but what
all other countries get without treaty
stipulation? If the Advertiser has in
mind the bounty clause of the treaty
proposed by our Ministry, its stu
pidity is no less conspicuous ; for
the United States will not and can
not give bounties to the products of
foreign countries. Such a proposi
tion is the nemo of absurdity. Wo
cau only securo bounties from that
count! y by becoming a part of it.
JHE DIPSOMANIAC BILL.
Minister Thurston's bill "to pio
idc for the commilinent of dipso
maniacs to the Insane Hospital" is
undoubtedly good in intont, but is
certainly objectionable iu the form
The flr9t objection applies to tho
first section, which provides that no
dipsomaniac shall be committed who
is "of bad repute or of bad char
acter apart from his habits of in
ebriety ." This restriction is liable
to exclude cases most iu need of
treatment. It is a fact that dipso
mania is ofteu tho sole causo of a
man'a bad rcpulo or bad character
apart from his habits of inebriety,
und tho removal of the cause in
volves the disappearance of tho ef
fect. Why should tho law cxcludo
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H I., JUKE 2, 1090.
such cases from tho operation of its
Another and a Btiong objection is
against the provision for tho extcn
blon of the term of commitment
"the pciiod may be extended at the
discretion of the physician of tho
hospital with the approval of tho
committing or oilier judge." As
there is uo limit to the time of ex
tension, the bill thus seeks to create
the possibility of two men keeping
in captivity Indefinitely or for life,
a man that may be no longer a
dtpsomauiau. Anyone familiar with
British Insane Aylum lii9tory, as
revealed by Paillamcntary investi
gations, will pee the force of the
objection to making possible the
perpetration of wrongs in Hawaii
that so many innocents have boiue
elsewhere. We arc not speaking
from any feeling of apprehension of
probable danger, but against creat
ing the postibilily.
One other paint U decidedly ob
jectionable, viz. : the power bought
to be conferied upon the hospital
physician in regard to the rc-arre3t
of patients released before the ex
piration of their term of commit
ment he "may at his discretion,
and without process of law, Older
the arrest uud further detention of
any person so released at any time
before tho termination of the period
of commitment." It is unwise to
bestow a diciotionary power which
may be put into exercise by motives
of malevolence, as thia clearly maj
The desirability of enacting a law
for dealing with dipsomaniacs is n
matter in which wo fully concur,
and hope to see a carefully prepar
ed measuie passed; but do not
think that the bill under discussion,
unless considerably altered, should
ever have a place among the statutes
of the kingdom.
The Woman's Board of Missions
will hold their annual meeting to
monow, Tuesday, morning, at 11
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. B.
F. Dillingham. All ladies interested
in Christian woik, whether members
of the Board or otherwise, are cor
dially invited to attend without fur
ther invitaliou. Lunch at half-past
Mns. II. Bingham, Pica.,
Mils. S. E. Btstioi', Sec,
Mita. B. F. Dillinuhaji.
The Chief Justice oiders a special
term of the Supreme Court, for June
17, for the hearing of Banco cases
only. The Court will bo hdd up
stairs of Aliiolani Hale.
. call at this ofllce.
A BLUB Cockatoo. A rc--Ti.
waidwlll be given for
AjJ ictuin ol tame U No. I
XtV&f. Adams L'ltie C70 3t
"- 670 3t
PETWEBX WalKILI and the foot of
iJ uuauu tiect. asnmoan Fan. de
coiatcd with wui-hlp ilbbons A eult
ablv i en md will be given for Its irtuin
to thU oitlcc. 170 tf
RTT Xo. id for 830, diavui on
Tailo & Cool.e. by K. A. Bald
win in favor of A. 1). Baldwin. Pay
ment hat been slopped. Please ictuiu
to U. O. Bcigcr. 570 lw
A GOLD Glovo Buttoncr marked
. "EX." Dnlivciy by finder will
bo lewaided by Paul Xeuiu.inn.
DB AFT 233, dated May 1 , 1S0O, draw n
by Guy & ltoblnon on J. T. Wn
tu house for 6135.111 In fjor of Xaka
lmuahts been lost I aymcuMs stopped.
Anyone finding the above diaft will
1'lu.isc rutin n It to ' hiilnn fc Co. SCO I n
Trout Koom, at No 4
mis Lane. 070 lw
JKSVA TTUBXISHED or Unfu
m.3 - nished Rooms, singly
?SSiaJ in suite, on King sticct uc
King sticct near
the Refoimatoiy School. Lmgo and
ahy; batliiooin eomicctcd. Applv at
this olllce. 507 lw
Eresh Butter !
IN HALF-rOUND TATS.
Is the rinct Table Buiter sold iu tho
City of Honolulu.
TO JJC HAD OF
Henry Davis & Co.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-"
X. adcolumtis, purely local muttei
ILillod to foreign oountrlo. G per
CASH ON THE HAIL.
TIio I'.qultalilo litfn AnHnrnnee Harl
ot) at Onrc l'nyN Hie C. II. Judil
Mr. A. J. Cartwrlght, General
Agenf for tho Equitable Life Assur
ance Society, received by the Aus
tralia the Company's draft for twen-
thousand dollars, in payment of
tho policy of the lato Col. U. 11.
Proofs of death left Honolulu May
Bid, and company's draft was re
ceived in Honolulu Muy 80th, or In
just twenty-seven days.
In this case also as in the late
Bltiidcll claim, before the Executor
received his appointment to admin
ister on this estate, the company's
money was in the local agent's
handj for pavmrnt.
Oa TWr.SWAY, .Tunc 3. 1800,
AT 10 O'G'li'MJK A. 31..
At the lesldcocfl of tbn Hon. .1. Phillips,
Ui'irtanlA met, oppoMtc Mr E. C. Da
mon's i evidence, I will sell this whole of
Mouseho'd -:- F umiture
2 R. W. Ucdrooni Sets, 1 Painted Iled
loom Set, 1 U. W. Pa lr Set, uphol
f titicil In Raw Silk; Lounge. Mai )li top
Table, Whatnot, f ouibhmtlon Book
L'as.' A heoietaiy,
Large Outer ltug;i,
1). W. Dining Tabic JL Clmhi, Chande
lier. Lamp, I'lctinc, Winds, Curtain?,
Mosquito Ni-tR, Matlrasi"f, Meat hiifo,
Kitchen Stove & UtensiU, CioeLeiy,
Glassware, Gulden Iluic, Kte., Etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
5Ci) 2t Auctioneer.
ii wi !' i mi i ii i iiiiim hi mwkMMum a I
Dr. A. LUTZ
WILL have ofllco horn from 8 to 9
A. M. and i to 5 i. M., at No. S3
Bcretanla, between Pint and Niiunnu
stteets Mutual Telephone No1. 392
and 170. 570 lui
Dr. A. Ii. CAKTfill
HAS removed )U oulce to No. 33
BoUiuila, between Fort and
Nuuanit streets Ofllce Iioum: 9:30 to
11 a. M, nnd 2 to i, nnd 7 to 8 P. 11.
Mutual Telephone No. U'J2. 670 liu
SfX Good Nccdlo Women. Call at
Mis. Mellis's, Foit Micet, imme
dbtelv. CG7 Iw
ATOSITION as Head Luna on a
plantHtlon by a in in of long ex
pel leiiee on theu laljiuh. Uiaxi-ep-tiouable
lolcicneea. Addicss iLuna."
thlsotnco. 0(39 lw
T AM CFIIX and YounR Slnx Chew
IJ have sold ihclr inteiest In bun Wo
Sins: Co. lileo Plantation, at Ewa, Wand
of Onhu.lo Litu Wen & Co. All c'alinn
will be nettled bv Lain Chin & Young
Sing Chew. C70 r.t
ALL arounts against the Mechanics
& Woiklngmtn's Political Pi otce
tlvu Union nui-t b: presented lo one of
tlieoinuiltue consisting of Mrssis S.
Xowleln, J. Bowkr and J. Mclincns,
for collection. PCB OiiDBR.
IIouululii, June 2, lfOO. 070 St
MB3. OACOYXE lialnp; returned
fiorn S.in Fr.incheii has lo-opein d
her Drefsmal.hiK Huslness, corner o
Adam's Lane, lti-11 Telepboue 2S0.
Steamship Comp y
FOK SAN FAANOISCO,
The Al Stoiintsbip
Will hove Honolulu for tho nbve
Friday, Jim 6ih,
For Freight or Paasiigc, apply to
YEC. G. IKVIN & CO., igents.
TIio Al fttrntiibhlp
u Bagami Maru'
Will Irave Honolulu for the above puts
ou o; aLout
W For fielght or pifcngp, having
fiiprlor cabin and ctejrngu ticcommo
datious, apply to
Wm, 0. IUWIN & Co.,
CO I td Agaol.
ForYoKQliama & Houekoiie
Cash Assets, : : : : : Over $136,000,000
HI CIIAKD A. MeCUttUY, l'rcisidont.
1ST For full particulars apply to
S. JE. ROE,
Dcc-24-8!) General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Fresh Cakes, Pies.
ail Saloon Bread.
ST And will U DELIVERED FREKpHAKGE to auy part of tho city. j&H
BILL or ? AKIS j
Coffuo, Tea, Chccolclo A llllk,
Soused Pig's Feet, Cold Ham,
Spiced Tonguo, Spiced Beof, .Salads, Etc.
PJpo & Cigarette Tobncco,
Open from 3.30 a. m. until 9:00 r
Mutual Telephone 241. Toot OiTh-o
Solo Troprietors of BAILEY'S SABS APARILL A & IRON WATEE,
fiiipr Ala. nw All, C-fgiiailinB, lasimyale, Sarsajarilla, Mineral Walafs, Etc.
tar All comntiiiilcntIo!58 and order's 'should bo addressed to
I am Instructed by Du. TItOUSSEAU
to sell al Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, June i,
AT 12 O'CLOCK MOOS.
(Unless previously dlpoed of at prl
vxto Faloi the following Valuable Pio
perty, (the only leason for eel Ing l tho
waia o( tin e to use the Boats),
4!n TntiiiL ' T,til
With Mast?, SalU. Anchor, Chaliu,
Etc . Etc.. splendidly fitted out and
200 Gallons of Xaptha for Fuel,
1 21-foot Xapthn Laiineh, open bout,
with Awning and Oars;
I Man-of-Wai Gig, with Oars, Mast and
Sill; a vuiy patty boat;
Ttobably tho Taitost Sail Boat in
the harbor, Cutter Rigged;
1 Rainegat fSneakbox, with Masts and
Sail, nnd Folding Center-board,
flnNbrd In Fancy Woods;
I 2'J-foot Life Boat with Copper Tanks,
1 Canvas Folding Boat
1 English Coracle,
1 Cuppeied Scow,
Sails. Spin s, Blocks nnd Fittings of all
1 Foot Lathe & Tools for Wood, lion
1 2-IIoisePowcrShlpnianEnglno, ready
to put In a boat with piopellur
Buois, Auehois & Mooilngs; also, the
BOATHOUSE and FURNITURE,
Of tho best dcsciiption.
Tho proximity of tho now maiket
makes this boat house a ery Valunble
Piopnty, theio Is every convenience to
stowaway and lift light and heavy boats,
nnd Is suitable for a bott or yncbt club,
pilot houie or life raving station.
Giouud itnt is 830 per annum, from
Messrs. Lyle & Sorrenson.
fifiyThe Boats are ready for trial at
any time by applying at iho boat house,
and every Boat Is lu perfect ordtr.
65 td AUOtlODMT.
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ISSUED BY THE
OF TXJSTSV YORK
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO OBDEU
Jniles, fijapr Sun,
MANILLA; -AMERICAN CIGARS !
A LARQE"A'ESO!hME.Vr Of
Pipes, Cignr & Cigarette Holders, Cold Drink:, Etc.
Saturday night, open
ano-: mm : mm,
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
FIGUMD INDIA SILKS !
TIIE LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS !
JCflT No. 2 r.ittcrns alike. Fashionablo Dieesnialung upstairs jCt
OLSiViAX BAKING POWDER
Without a Klval in Prieo & Qualify!
Ona-third the Prioo of tho Royal !
Every Housekeepor Should Ubo It !
!& A Saving of 33 Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very Best, jfft
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
.llanuractnrrd ExproHMly for
T, !!, DAWES & GO.
ON account of ill health Dr. J. M.
Whitney has appointed Dr. E. L.
Hutchinson to take charge of his onlce
until his letiim. 547 tf
TIIE People's Ice & Refrlgeratlug
Co, will Fell ice from and after
date in quantities to suit at factory
pi Ice at tho grocerv store of
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Honolulu, Muy 23, 1890. 66: lot
' yin-i '-H"--miwj. 3
Doughnuts, Picnic Ro!!s3
Coffee Gains. Etc, Etc,
nil nijjlit. Btll
Chas. J. FiSHEL'S,
Leading Millinery House, Corner Fort & Hotel sts.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Union See Go.
Ii. O. ADLEQ, Manager.
Fori Street, : Honolulu.
Are now propanxl to deliver Ic to any put
of the City,
The packing and shipment of country
orders will receho most careful atten
tion. , All of our Ico Is manufactuied from
Pure Mountain Water, carefully filtered
by tho Hyatt Puio Water Co. Filter,
which Is unlversallv acknowledged to
bo the best filter made.
Packages of Butter, Oamo, Tlsh,
Meats, Etc:, recehed for cold stoiage
In our Refi Igeratlng Rooms at mode
KS Ice for sale at tho Tactory at any
hour, day or night. COS lui
GRAPES FOR SALE I
GRAPES in quantities to suit, cut
fresh fiom the ino, at T. Ctlst
ley'8, Fortsticet; 5 pounds for 81, any
time after fl o'clock a. m. 503 tf
DURING my absence from the King
dom J. Hoi lug, Esq., holds ray
power of attorney.
E. S. 0UNHA.
Honolulu, May 31, 18C0, 100 tyr
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