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Foreign Ofllco Notice.
Foreio.v Qffick. )
Honolulu, June 2, 1S00. )
This day, His Majesty the King
received in audience at loluni J'alaco
Major James 11. Wodohotwje, II. B.
M.'h Commissions &. Consul-Gen-oral,
Commander Goo. N. A. Pollard,
R. N., and the Officers of U. 11. ll.'s
S. "Acorn." The presentation were
made by His Excellency the Minister
of Foreign Affair. 571 lt-144 It
The regular annual examinations
and reviews of classes in the Public
Day Schools thioughout the King
dom, will be held this year during
the week that will end on Friday,
the 11th of July nest. From Mon
day, the 14th, to Friday, the 18th of
July, a General Convention of
teachers will be held in Honolulu,
and the summer vacation of all
Public Schools in the Kingdom will
extend from Monday, the iilsl of
July, to Monday, the 8th of Septem
ber next, on which date a new totm
Bv order of the Hoard of Educa
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, June 2, ISiK).
f.TOd lit-H'Jw lit
OiTirn or tiii: P.o.vni) of Em:- )
It it heieby ordered by the Hoard
of Education that ALL touches, in
the Government employ, teaching in
the English language, shall attend
the General Convention to be held nt
Honolulu fiom July Mth to July
18th, botli inclusive. Tho expense
of PASSAGE to and from Honolulu
will, by the direction of the Doaid,
be paid by the Local School Agents.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspeetor-Genernl of Schools.
Ornr.i: or Tin. lio.ni or Euti-
cation-, June 2. li'JO. J
The examination, for Grammar
Grade Certificates, will be held on
.Saturday, July 19th, Monday, July
21st, and Tuecday, July 22nd. Tho
subjects will be Arithmetic- ("com
plete), Algebra, Grammar, Composi
tion, Physiology, Theory of Writing,
Physical Geogi.iphy, Outlines of His
tory, and Pedagogy. No candidate
will he allowed to enter lor this ex
amination nnlc possessing a Pri
mary Ceitilicate for one year, oi
holding a simil.u ceriilicato from
Inupvctoi-General of School.
On-in: or tiii: Doaiid or Eui.-
catiox, June 2, lS'JO. )
An examination for Primary cer
tificates will he held on eaturday,
July l'.Hh, and Monday, July 21st.
The Piimary Oititieutes are issued
under the following rules:
S5 per cent, and over, two year-'
7j per cent, to SI per cent., one
74 per cent, and under, six months'
The holders of two year..' primary
ccitificales will not be re-examined
on the expiiation of their certificates,
but will luve them indorsed for ex
tension, unices it is thought that
another examination is nccsiury.
ThonO holding cerliticate lor one
year, will have to piisn a socoud ex
iimiiiation, after which their oorlin
enles will he indorsed for extension
in like manner with tiniw for two
Tho.'e holding reitificateh for six
months aie liable to he examined at
any time after the expiration of the
All uncertificated teachers tnii3t
pieent themselves for examination.
The subjects for examination arc:
Arithmetic through decimal frac
tious, Mental Aiithmetic, English
Gi.iminar (elementary), Geography,
Spelling, Theoiy and practice of
teaching, Heading, Dictation, Com
position and Writing.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspcetnr-Gencial of Schools.
ftTOM ilt-Milw 2t
Electricity is Life !
MANY poisons llml a moderate ap
plication of Electricity lionotlelal.
Electricity sometimes cures and nearly
always benellts Itliciiinallnu, Neuralgia,
Indigestion, Kte., and nets like a wiilu
, and Is very beneficial In case of General
' Debility. (So to
On Queou Htroot,
Aud get an Electric Shock by dropping
a Nlciel In the slot. Cnu bo regulated
to iilt the delleato as well ai the itroiJg,
fmt, mi niMiiCTiiiriJtJ
PUJgtd to nrtlitr Sect nor l'ttrty,
Hut established for the btxtnl of nil.
TUESDAY. JIWE 3, 1890.
A petition has been presented to
the Assembly from the district of
Makawno, praying that the Consti
tution of Knttiohnrnctin V. bo adopt
ed. Kcpresentativo Kauhi was
heard on the occasion, lie moved
that the document be deposited in
the waste paper basket, with others
of the same kind. A pretty sensible
motion. IS'o better disposition
could be made of many of the fool
ish or tilvial petitions that And their
way Into the House.
Rule 94 of the rules of procedure
of the Legislature provides that
"any member of the Assembly may
nsk any question of any Cabinet
Minister relating to his respective
department, by reducing such ques
tion to writing, over his signature,
and reading the same before the
Assembly, and furnishing said Min
ister with a copy of such written
question. Any Minister so ques
tioned shall reply to such question
upon the. following day, unless the
Assembly shall grant him ti definite
extcusion of time for replying. The
rule U good, but the lliitish rule,
which ours is intended to imitate, Is
better. Their custom is to give
publicly in the Assembly one day's
notice of u question, at the same
timo furnishing the Minister with a
written copy. Then at the proper
time the question h put, and the
answer given, or some satisfactory
reason for delay. This method ren
ders evasion lcs liable.
The. ropoit of the Minister of For
eign Alfairs to tho Legislature says
in regard to the Ilunaiian Hand that
"many of the members have been in
continuous service for twenty
years," and that "an increase will
he asked in the appropriation to en
able tho pay of some or them to be
raised, and to permit of more fre
quent visits of the Band to the outer
districts." Considering the long
and faithful service of the pioneer
members, along with the fact that
the highest salary given is 845 per
month, the Legislature can scarcely
fail to admit the justice of increas
ing their pay. The fact that the
Band is supported from the public
revenue, to which all parts of the
kingdom contiibulc, gives the coun
try districts, as well as the capital
city, a claim to its service, and it is
only fair that they should he visited
occasionally. Jf a small increase in
the appiopriatiou is requisite for
this purpose, no reasonable liian
It is a significant fact one, in
deed, whicli means much that so
many of our native people go from
U3 to the land of the stranger, leav
ing behind their sunny clime, the
companionship of their own people,
and the friendly ties oi nappy lamiiy
life, and going to a land where the
people are entirely different.
About three weeks ago some
twenty-five or thirty natives em
barked in one vessel for California,
intending to make their homes at
Religion seems to he the one
moving cause, and Morinonism at
Now, why should this he so, when
we take into account the various
agencies that have labored with this
people for more than a half century
to bring them into the household of
our faith? Why should a few strag
glers of the Mormon church have
the power to wrench the natives
from us, and after so many years of
labor leave us with blasted hopes to
bemoan our failure? Where do we,
the IVotestaut church, lack, not to
be able to hind these people to our
faith and their native land? Will
someone point out the real cause of
this hcgiraV 11. Af.
Mncnilli't-nt nnll UIvpii y HI SJu.
Jchly nt lolanl Palace.
King Kalnkaua gave u ball at
lolani Palace last night. It was in
honor of the naval ofllcers in port,
with especial reference to tho pro
jected departure of II. B. 31. S.
Champion for British Columbia. Tho
entertainment was on a tjcalo of re
gal magnificence in every respect.
The illumination and floral decor
ations were very fine. Hundreds of
coloicd lanterns arranged iu artistic
design? on tho exterior mado the
pulace look like u vaat gem of glow
ing splendor. The moon looked
pule lu comparison with the tlood of
brilliancy fiom the variegated lights
outside and tho scores of electric
lamps gleaming through the spacious
doors and windows. Many colored
lanterns were also disposed effec
tively amongst tho Burubbery of the
DAILY BULLK'HIN HONOLULU, H. i, JUlsTB 8, 1890.
navk. A wealth of Ironical verdure
mid bloom, in costly vases of silver
and other ware, with bouquets fast
ened lit tho niches of the walls,weie
arranged in pleasing harmony with
the rich furnishing? and art treas
ures of the grand hall. Handsome
designs of plant and llower graced
the slate dining and drawing room1".
At the opening hour of nlnco'clock
tlicie was u ihoiough crush of
guests. Ludic3 in guy ball dress,
naval and military officers In glitter
ing uniform, aud civilians In sober
evening dress commingled In an
animated scene, everybody in happy
mood although scarcely able to turn
round. The stress was only re
lieved when the loyal leception be
gan In the throne room.
After half tut hour's waiting their
Majesties the King aud (Jucen enter
ed and stood in hunt of the thrones.
They coidiidly greeted Princess Li
liunkalaui and Hon. A. !. Cleghorn,
who awaited llieiu on the right.
Queen Kapiolaut was intended by
Mrs. ,Tas. Robertson, lady In
waltine:. The Ministers of the
Crown wore llr.st pie.-ented by Col.
Geo. V. Macfurlane, II. M.'a
Chamberlain. His Excellency J.
L. Stevens, Amtrlcan .Minister, and
Miss Stevens, followed; then Major
J. II. Wodehousc, British Commis
sioner, with his wife and family;
Mr. A. de Souza Canavarro, Portu
guese Commissioner, and wife, and
Mr. O. IS. 0. d'Anglade, French
Commissioner. .Naval ollleets ot
tlio five national vessels in port,
members of the Legislature, and
the consular coips, coining in order
stood to the right and left after pre
sentation, making nil Imposing living
avenue through uliteh the private
citizens parsed to pay their respects.
Air. .las. . Uoneitson, Vioe-l.natn-beilain,
was active in regulating the
procession. Col. ,J. 11. Boyd,
Majors 1'. II. l'.aker, lScrtelmaini
and Holt, and Capt. Lilikalani, of
Mis Majesty's staff, weie veiy at
tentive as ushers.
The navul officers present com
prised Hear Admital Brown and
officers of the U. S. flagship (Jinnies
ton, Captain .J. 0. Green and officers
of tho I'. S ?. Adams, Captain F.
McCuiley and officers of tho U. S.
S. Nipsfc, Captain St. Clair ind
officers of II. B. M. S. Champion,
aud Cuptain Pollard and officers of
II. B. M. S. Acorn.
The Koyal Hawaiian Hand on the
Wailciki side veranda played nation
al airs during the reception. Im
mediately after it began playing iho
following programme of dances:
Laiicer3, waltz, polka, lancers,
waltz, schottische, lanct rs, wait., pol
ka, lancers, waltz, nohottirclie, wall..
After midnight there was an inter
mission, when tlm company refiesh
cd themselves at a sumptuous col
lation. It was nearly three o'clock
when the last dance finished.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Bv mder of W. O. SMITH. L'.-i., Ad-mlnl-tnuor
ot the IMalc of iho lute D.
Mfinaku, deceased, I will sell at Public
Auction, at my feale'room, Queen -tteet,
On FRIDAY, .Tunc Gilt,
AT IO O'C.'.OOIt A. 31..
1 IJrwnswh'-k & Ualko
Vrtit CUE SACK, BALLS k CUEfl,
8 lion lli'(ltead,
I Straw Mutilates,
10 Pieces of Oil Cloth
Stocks & Bonds
Ou SATURDAY, June 7tli,
AT It: O'CLOCK XOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen Mrcet, I will
sell at Public Auction,
50 Shares of Oahu Railroad & Lund
Par Vuluo $100.
5 Government G Perootil Bonds of
(flr Will bo fold In loh to niltln
Vfbtiir'j. JAS. P. UrOltGAN,
SIX Good Noodle Wonion.
Mis. MollUV, Poll stieel,
On 1 1 nt
A POSITION as Head Luna on a
. plantation by a mini ot long e
peilouoo on these Islands. Unexcep
tionable reference. Address "Luna,"
this olllce. SCO lw
ft. A. R. BADGE,
call at thl otllcc,
Owner ploa so
It. Boats Boats
Ttie s.de of Dn. TROUSSEAU'S Boat
houe, Boats, &e., &e . will take pluio
at the Htr.uhoiisc. to-morrow.
Wednesday, June 4,
AT i U'CMX'K XOOW
The Property consKts of
1 Slip's Life Boat
And Must 22 feet long, with Copper
Tmik-i, '.) o.u. and How Locks.
1 Man-oMVur Olc t 0.u.. Ilras Row
Loi-k-i. llru-s Tiller, Mast anil Sail.
1 Poldlug Canvas Hoat ".lemu" wlih
O.u.j and Row Locks.
1 Scow. CoppeieU and In First Chits
1 Kuglbh Coracle,
I iiiicak liox, with Jlast, SullaiidSpouu
1 Zi-Fcet Naphtha Launch,
1 Sjliliniiau Engine, with Funnel and
Move Pipe. Propeller Shift, Pro
peller Hub, Tin tut Hearing unit
1 Turning Lathe iiTonl, WhoRlgalnir,
Life Belt, Kniiey Blocks. Thimble.
P.it T.iffr.tll Log. Row Lock-, Flng.
ToolChe-tit 'tnoU, Grind SUkc.
Blocks aud Tackle. Ladders and
.Sundry Aillcli's, too niuneioiis to
I Folding Itenehe.
Pli-lim. Models. Fish Net.
2 Marble Top Tabic". 1 Rug,
I Mailile Top feutre Table,
1 LadvV Secretaire,
1 'PriiPicr Vera" ISediuom Sjul and
2 Japanese Seieen.
4 Large Lamps,
and 1 lerosene Oil fUvn.
ttJ'Tlio Building will be cold with
if pair-, of Davits & 11 m;k outside of
nullding. L' pairs of II In Blocks and
Fnlh. '.' pairs of KntdMi self-Relainlug
Blocks and Cliulns over-head Track.
Ground Rent, '.W per annum; Water
Rule. 015 per milium. There are 3W
C and 2 Hath Rooms hi the Building.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
LHWT ,f. LEVJ2Y,
r7I It Anelloneer.
HENRY M. STANLEY
-Ir Wa,.' ' giSSSJirv'
Tlio comploU! etory "f Manloy'a ent llinllln
n-iventurcd anil tho illcloauru nf I.U Irupuruiit
.llw.vcrin will ui)i. rur for tlio linil tlmo In tlio
york written liy hlimclf, cntltloil "In UuiWMt
Afil ." U i nut lio lUctlioil liy nny ot tlio io
callnl -'RUt.lcy lnviln" uow IivIuk oilczcii on "geu
iilni)"siil"athi'uUo. ' To tiu om ot tlaw hM
fctunleycontributcil nllnc. , ,
llu-roi a no iUutlon alxnit tlit tulemont Utnr
cnrrrotln crcry particular. Wo cuaiantvu it, otiil
fit imlcr ,iot to Iwi milled. M-ti
that tho hook beau tho lui.
And that tho canriuslug acciit canlcs a certlfleato
of ascucy from ut, ""- f
A. L BANCROFT COl
132 POST STREET
8AN FRANCISCO. 4
Ocneral Agents for the Pacific Coast.
J. W. Charnberlin,
.ole 'cnt for llawiiliau Kingdom.
llt.i:i. ML'M.ER ua tetlicd as a
i.VJL partner fiotn our thin.
Honolulu, May !)l, lKHO. :.;( -It
Dr. A. L.UTK
WILL have olllce hour? from 8 to U
a. M. and 1 to 5 l'. m., at No. 'M
lleretania, between Port and Xuimnit
Mrei'ts. .Mutual 'lVle)hont Xo. Ji!)2
and 17(1. r70 lin
I)r. A. IJ. CAItTEK
HAS removed his olllce to Xo. nil
Iterotaiila. botwoon Fort and
Ntiuiinu streets. Ofllcn hour.: U:30to
11 a. M, and '.' to !. and 7 to 8 v. M.
Mutual Telephone No. :i!i-. 570 lui
A NICELY l'uinlsbod
V Front llnnm, ac No. 1
Adams Lane. r."0 Iw
ffUKNISHED or Unfuv
L nUhod llooms, singly or
in siille, on King sticct, near
the Iteformatory School. Large and
nlrv; lmthrooni oouueetod. Applv at
thl ofllco. 5157 lw
Fresh Butter !
IN HALF-POUND PATa,
h the Finest Table llultor Rold In the
Oily of Honolulu.
to in: had or
Henry Davis & Co,
,r 3 j- s
i iiih'i.h tjinBiaita
liil I illi
tsy For full purtlculan apply to
Fresh Oakes, Pies,
Msiliiii ait Sain ireaii,
I S B M v
gS" Ami will be DELIVERED FUKI! of C11AUOK to any
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate A Milk,
ripo Si Oignrette Tobacco,
t&F Open fiom :S0 . M. until flilM) r. M. P.ifimmy" nitrhl, open
Mutual Tidepbone 2J1. Post Ollleo Uox 17S.
in mi iimiii wratmiuiMMWammmammmmmmmmmmmMmmambmmmmMmmmtm
TIPS T I
LtiwyrS, : 0
Sole Propriotors of BAILEY'S SARSAPAEILLA & IRON WATER,
Giipr All. Hw Me, Grenadine, Easjlerryafle, Sarsajarilla, iiieral Mm, Etc.
lof- All cottnnunl!ationH and orders should be addrcHscd to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
lltS. CASCOYNE havhij: leiuiiied
ItL li oni San Kr.inciRCo has rc-openi'd
licr Diix-iii.tMii); ltii.iieM. corner ol
Ailam" Lane. Hell Telephone U.
LAM flllX ntid Yoiiiik Sine, ( how
hae -old their tnten-l In him Wo
Slnu; To. lthv Plantation, :tt Kwa.l-daud
of O.thu. to Lnu Won &('o. All claims
will lit- -Httlfd bv Lain ( Uin .V Yoiuik
Slug Chew. ' .r7D :it
ALL aonunU against the Mechanics
. Viiil:lii(riii.ti( lcilllli':il l'uiK.'-
tlVt! Union iiui"t be prcfccnlod to one of I
the i;onunlttt'e consisting or MrsJis h.
Xowloln, .1. Bow lor and .1. Mehitciis,
lorcollocilon. PICK OKDEIt.
Honolulu, .luiif 2, Ifcim. .r'7U.1t
VOll SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al. Steamship
Will hite Honolulu for tho uhivo
Friday, June 6th,
For Freight or Pus-fige, apply t
WM, 0. IllWIN & CO., Agentj.
The Al Hteuuiilili
" Sagami Maru,"
Will have Honolulu for the ubovu ports
on ii' about
.1 U1X IS SOtli.
Z&' For ftelght or piusuge, Imvlug
NUiurior cabin ami bteorage i.oi'oniuin.
ihulniis, npply to
Win. 0. IttWIN & Co.,
501 td Agenoi.
LSSIJKI) ISY TUB
BtlOHASU A. ItcCeUI, IVcrtidLiil.
KERY M 0
N IT CJ-A.JN CJ WV ft "IS ETP.
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Roils,
Jililes, Qiieir Sip,
ill-.l of- ljVItKj
Sotmed VigV Fefct, Cold Hani,
MANILLA - AMERiCAN CIGARS !
A I.AIlflK.ASSOin.MKN'T OV
1'lpcH, Olgur & Cigarette
M ANT JP A CTU JtEKhT OF
FiaURED INDIA SILKS !
T11K LAHOK.ST aud MOST COMPLETE STOCK OP
FARCY FI&TJRED INDIA SILKS !
Jpdf No. 2 Patterns alike. Fiinhionahlo Dressmaking UBlniin Jj$
CLIMAX BAKING POWDER
Without ft KIviil In Prtue & Quallly t
One-third tho Prloa of tho Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Uco It !
&T A Saving of XI Pot Cent iu CoM and Quality tho Veiy Kent. j&Sl
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO..
fi.'l dm Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian li.land.
oai -;- Oil
WAT Kit W II ITU !
Muiitifarlureil KxitrrhNly Vov
T, H, DAVIES & CO.
ON account nf 111 healih Or. J. M.
Whitney has appointed Dr. E. L.
Hutchinson to tal;e cluirgo ot his olllce
until liH lotiiiii. r.17 if
1"HK Peonlo's Ico fc Kofrlgoratlng
. Co. will hell Ico from and after
date Iu quantities to Milt at fucluiy
price at the grocery store of
HENItY DAVIS & CO.
Honolulu, May 22, 18D0. 302 lot
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Coin Cites, Etc., Blc.
pail of the city.
rtpired Tonyue, Spiced lleaf, Halads, Etc.
Holders, Cold Drinks,
all u'ibIiI. P.ell Teh-phone 282. .
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Lending Millineiy Hoiibe, Corner Port & Uutel ate.
Ii. O. ABI.ES, Mane.i;ji
Fort Street, : Honolulu.
At now prepartd to dollvor Ico to any put
of tho City.
The piieldng and shipment of country
orders will receive most careful atten
tion. All of our lee Is manufactured from
Pure Mountain Water, carefully filtered
by the Hyatt Pure Water Co. Filter,
which Is universally acknowledged lo
ho the best filler made.
. Packages of Huttor, Oamo, Flsdi,
Meats, Etc., received for cold stoingu
In our lteftlgerailng Itooms al iiiihIo
V3F Ico for sale at the Factory at anj
hour, day or night. 5ti:( lui
GHAl'ES FOR SALE!
GltAPKS In ipinntllles to suit, cut
fresh from the vine, at T. Ciist
loy's, Fort street; B pounds for 81, any
time after'.) o'clock a. M. 5l.:i tf
DUItlXG my absence from the King
dom .1, Holing, Esq., holds my
power of attorney.
K. S. CDXIIA.
Honolulu, May 31, 18CD, tCfl 2w
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