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DAILY BHLLKTIK-: HOJJJOLULU, H, I., JUKE 9, 1890.
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In the Supreme Court of the
by viitue of the powtr utul in
mo by llicSI2il Section of tin Civil
Code, 1 hereby order a SPECIAL
TERM of the Supremo Court to be
held in the I'jistnlM Courtroom vt
Aliioluni link', in Honolulu, on
TUESDAY, the 17th day of June,
ISfJO, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the hear
ing of Hanoi Cjm's only.
, Witmv- my hiind and 'enl
i of the Supituwi Court, ut
1 L. S. Honolulu, this Ill.st day
( ) of May, 1890.
- A. P. JUE-D,
Chief .IiMtioc Supreme Court.
Clerk. .170 71
Oi-iici: or tub I5o,uir of Err- )
cation, June 7, 1S0O. )
rilHLIC SCHOOL EXAMINA
TION'S. Tho annu.il examinations of the
Public !iy Schools in thu District
of Honolulu, will bo lif.Ui this year
SCHOOLS l.V TMH I.XG1.1MI l.AMIt'AOK.
On Monday, July 7th, nt Mauoa,
Waikikikai, and Moanalua Schools.
On Tueulay, July 8th, ut Kuiuuill-
Hi and Marquesil!e Schools.
On Wi'dnorday, July iltli, at the
I'ohukuini Girls School and Kalilri
wiicnn. On Tluirsdi.y, July 10th, at Port
Street, Schuol and Kauluwela School.
On Priday, July 11th, at tho Knhe
buna (Royal) School and Kilibiukn
sohoois r.v Tin. Hawaiian i.avouaok.
On Monday, July 1-Ith, at the Gov
ernment Schoolhou-e at Kawniahao,
the common schools of ICuumal.apili,
ICawaiah.io, Pnuoa and Itcm.i V.
AND AT KWA, WAIANAt: AND XOOLAU
l'OKO, I!.ANI Or OAIIT, AH
1 or.r ows :
At Makun, Waiaiue, on Monday,
At l'okai, Waiaiun', on Tuesday,
At Wain w 11, Ew.i, on Thursday,
At Waiaholc, Koolaupokii. i;n
ThuiMlay, July Hth.
At KaiK'ohc, Eonl.iupoko, on Fri
day, July llth.
At llakipuu, Koolaupoko, on Mon
dty, July llth.
The ec)ei-er will box"' "tfl o'clock
v. m. on each of the days named,
and the summer vacation will ex
tend to Monda , the Sthof September
next, on whu h date u now term will
begin. W IAS. SMITH",
575 :tt-l:t.t :!t Secretary.
Wtjlecd to nnthtr Sect nor Partyt
Hut established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JUNK f, 1890.
"Hawaii Nci," in the Advertiser,
classifies Representative Marques
among adventurers. To be sure,
all foieincis in tho kingdom are.
in a scribe, adventurers, or they
would not be hcie. Hut there are
adventurers that the country may
hail with welcome and others to be
deprecated. Thctc i a clear line of
demarcation between the two. Mr.
Marques i- a gentleman who has
been many jiais in t lie country,
lie brought his capital with him,
which he invested and on which he
has lived. Thai is the kind of ad
venturer which benefits a country.
WILL HOT FORGET.
Near the bottom of the third col
umn, second pnye, of Friday's Daily
Adveitisei' in an uiticlo touching the
leduction of the duty on sugar, oc
curs this scntcnee, "Tito nation will
not forget that to the National lte
forinJ'aity we owe this ruinous
blow at our commercial life and so
at the general puupoiity of the
country." lb this an exhibition of
puerile ignorance, or willful disre
gard of what m now historical
facts? (Jr U it only another diiplay
of that Insufferable" arrogance ho lib
erally served out to thu dear public
during the last three years by the
so-called Iteforui Party?
Truly the sentiment expressed in
tho mitence quoted is refreshing
when the American press and
speeches in Congress give ample evi
dence that tho condition of affairs
horo h much better nnderfctood
ubioad than would bccm to bo by
our present rulers, when on tho
tloor of the Houso ot Representa
tives n member in bitterly dejiounc-
Ing the Keoiptoclty ti ?aty assigns ns
one of tho chief reasons why it
should he abrogated, mid it1 pmi
leges mid hcnellts abolished, Hint
the beneficiaries of tlio treaty in the
Hawaiian Islands, who had risen
from poverty to opulence by means
of the liberality ot the American
people, had hastened to ally them
selves with and sliciigtlicn the Sugar
Ti ust which the people of America
had been for 3 ear struggling to
And et atfoluscuicu prompted by
(itrqgtuica tells us that "the nation
4II not torct"--re3t assured sonny,
"thu nation will not forget," in fact
if ,ou will listen, bub, you will per
ceive that it is now devoting n large
mare of its valuable time to remem
bering, and will shortly take some
very deckite stp9 based upon whnt
it remembers. "V
Sun FmuciiiOt Jhiy J)l, per . S.
lit. Peters and Lieutenant Tied
man hnvc been heard from to Apiil
30th. They expect to reach Zanzi
bar by the end of June.
Kemp of Sydney, who lately heat
McLean, saya thai if O'Connor docs
not adhere to the '500 match ho
will row him for the championship
Father Mullcr of tho Jesuit Col
lege at Mangalorc, India, claims to
have cuicd several lepers by Count
The Paris Petit Journal says that
in a recent interview Bismarck said
he would return to olllcc if naked,
that Germany would never attack
Prance, and that Kussia is the real
enemy of Europe.
A monster petition to the Mexi
can Government, against the laud
ing of Chinese at Guaymas, Mexico,
is lieinp; signed bj all classes of peo
ple. The petition is to be presented
to President Diaz.
A tennis match for S2,r00 a side
and the championship of the woild,
between Thomas Petit ot Boston,
and Charles Saunders, tho champion
of England, on May 80, in Dublin,
Ireland, was won by Pettit, who i"
now champion of the world.
An expedition sent into the inte
rior from llenguela, on the West
coast of Africa, has come to grief.
The entire caravan was surrounded
by natives, and compelled to sur
render. The men were stripped of
their clothing, arid some of them
forced into tho wilderness, where
several perished by famine. Othois
were Bliackled and held prisoner.
Fourteen of the expedition are re
II. M. Stanley was banqueted at
tiic American Legation in London,
May SO. Xeaily four hundred
guests weie present, including the
entire Legation and Consulate. Stnn
ley's speech in reply to the toast to
the guest of the evening disappoint
ed I119 heaters by making no allusion
to his citizenship, since everybody
has evinced curiosity to know whe
ther ho will accept any title or other
mark of dl&tinction which the Queen
may be disposed to bestow upon
him. Jn thu course of his epeeeh
Stanley said, "the dollar power in
America is more arbitrary and im
perious than here." lie alfio said,
"It takes longer to know an English
man than any Christian or Pagan 1
ever came across. He docs not
walk up to you as a Yankee does and
poster you with questions about
your private business and your con
jugal experiences. You, who
like myself, have enjoyed the cour
teous hospitalities of the people of
this island will join with mo in wish
ing that their glorious colonies will
llouiish and that the mother of Ame
rica will long enjoy that prosperity
which is due to righteous dealing,
intelligent commercial enterprises
and legislative wisdom.
II. II. M. ships Alacrity and Caro
line have been rccommissioned at
Captain Kane has been trans
ferred from the Calliope to the com
mand of II. B. M. H. Excellent,
gunnery ship at Portsmouth, Eng
land. Ice for June llth.
rpiIE I'eoploV Ice Company wlllde
L liver Ice ut Knpiol.uil I'uik on
WEDNESDAY, Juno llth, to all par
ties pending In mdeia before 10 o'clock
A. M. of that ilai.
570 it W. II. WAGXEIt.
.It. ItOWAT. V
8., has resumed
XV ninutlco. OlTico at the Hawaiian
Dr. lIUNltE U. IHclU5W.
AFTEK an ah"(incu of four years In
Paris, leis ri'tiiincd to Ids homo
on the fslRiids, for the piuposoof le
Miming the piactlic of medUliie. He
nmy be found at his old olllcc on Hotel
street between Foit and A I iKca streets.
Oillce hours fiom a to 11 a. m anil i! to
I and 0 to S i'. jr. 570 Irn
ON account of the excursion li.iin of
the Central Union biindny .School
leaving tho depot at !) o'clock a. jr., on
the llth of June, the time of dcpuiluro
of the regular train Is postponed until
0 :30 o'clock for that day. 570 at
HPHE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
X 26 columns, purely locnl matter
Mulled to foreign couatxiex,
'11 I I '1
The Tariff Outlook
LUoncspoiideiicc of the Jlri.m.Ti.v.J
San FnAxcrsco, May 111.
The situation is unchansred ou the
Ttrlff Bill. After passing tho
House it was sent to the Senate and
refeired to the Committee on Fi
nance. This committee consists of
Senatois Morrill, Shcriirui, Jorins nt
Nevada, AIIIboii, Aldrich, lliscock,
Voorhees, McPiicrson, Han is and
Vance, The late Senctor Deck was
on this committee, but his death left
a vacancy which has been filled by
his successor, Ex-Speaker Carlisle
It Is perhaps fortunate lor the IM
unds that Carlisle has been elevated
to the Senate, because he is strongly
opposed to sacrificing the sugar in
lcie3ts of the countiy, while advo
cating n scientific reconstruction ot
the tariff. The constitution of the
Senate Finance Committee as a
whole gives assurance that the vn
rioua Interests affected by the Tariff
bill will receive fair and impartial
hearing, Allison has already de
clared his dissatisfaction with the
MoKinloy bill. 'Tho ll-jlit on the
sugar schedule will bo continued bo
fore the Senate, and if Representa
tive Morrow is a political ptophel,
tho result should bo favorable to
the (jugar men. His opinion is that
free sugar will not pass the Senate.
Anyhow, the Tarift bill will nut
come up for discussion in the Senate
for some time, owing to an order
by that chamber on the 2Uth, for
comparative statements illustrating
the effect of proposed legislation 011
the revenue. Three tables are to
be prepared, one showing the oper
ations of the existing tariff, another
the effect of the MclCinley bill,
whilu the third would show the ef
fect of the proposed substitute bill
td be reported by the Senate Fi
nance Committee. It follows, there
fore, that a speed' consideration of
the Tariff bill by the Senate is not
to be expected, and also that very
radical changes in the House bill
may be anticipated.
President Ilariison is not in lovt
with the McKiuicy tariff method, as
the following despatch seems to
New York, May 20. A special to
the Mail and Express fiom Wash
ington fcays: During the past week
the President in conversation with a
prominent diplomate expressed the
opinion that it was a mistake for
Congress to remote the duty from
sugar, when it was so easy to ob
tain reciprocal concessions between
sugar-growing nations in favor of
American merchandise. He also
deprecates 1 he feature of the Mc-
Kinley bill which increases the duty
on carpet wools. No one familiar
with the iews of the President
would be surprised to see a strong
message fiom him on this subject
befote the Tariff Bill is disposed of.
The President seems to think that
it is not good policy to surrender
revenue without an equivalent ad
vantage in trade, and this is Secre
tary Blaine's view also. McKinlcy's
tariff would destroy the effect of
Blaine's policy in cnineiiiug and
manipulating the Pau-Ameiican
Congress, and the Secretary of Slate
is not the man to submit to a snub
of that kind in patience. His inllu
ence will be fell in the Senate, and
it will not bo exercised in favor of
the House bill.
BETWEEN Nimanii avenue and Wnl
1 klM a r.l.ick Euatnclcd I'.iusy
lboocli, with diamond In center. A
Miltnblt! leward wilt be paid to the
partv returning same to Win. G Iiwin.
A Elver-colmed Setter
.J i Doj: with white snot
(it on bi cast. Is about seven
7 mouths old and answers to
-5tAi name of "Ho-'n." A ic-
ward will bo civen to any person re
turning t-alil oog to tuts oillce. U0 lw
I'owcll's Baggitgo Express.
J AS. 1'OW EEL. foimerly employed
at Union Feed t'o. for tcienil
years, having gone Into the baggage
eNpress ItiMiic-s, sdlieits patum.igc.
Stand, coiner of K'lng and licllr.l
stu-ets. Oiders can be left at Young
XapVclgiiitaud. ltagpago deliveied
with piouiptuers and caic tomiyp.ut
oi city. jiiiih7-!)0
BUM for SAL!?.
from" Woodlawu Ilahy
stock; color black and
while; very tame: raised
At Jlnklkl Wnii'i works.
-1 Q VOEUMI'.S Encyilopicilln lliltiu
Xfii nlca, Mmocco bound, hi good
condition, ueicr useu, Apply
FOK HALE CllEAl
A COMPLETE oiuni for m iking and
dlspeiitliif caihoiiul.'d buciugs,
all lu good older.
LADIES' N 1711813.
Vf Kit, MONHOH. ludles' uurbc, lias
llX icmoved to No. a, llukul lano.
Audit n Sales by James F, Morgan.
1 have received lusliiiclloni from Mil.
J. T. HOWLER, to sell at
On WEDNESDAY, June 18th,
AT IS O'CMICU XOOK,
At stable at rear o( the olticc of J. I.
Dowfictt, Sr,. Queen fcti oci, the
1st, Tiie Thompson Mare Kitty,
In Foal to Venture.
This Mare was formerly the property of
Atiiaa l'ratr, Eq., and 1: ou of
rhe llncst driving Mares lu the
2d, Tbd Belmont Marc IWly,
With 4 Month Old Colt by Ventui.
Nelly 13 broken to harne"!. is a splen
did nntiii.il. kind and grntle, and
can bn dtlven by a ludy with per
3d, 1 Boswell Colt,
Nearly 3 Years Old.
Has b-cn handled, ami is a lino ani
mal. 4th, 1 Ivaulioe Colt,
11 Months Old.
5th. 1 Venture Colt,
3 Years Old.
Broken to harness. The lluest Colt
cer offered at auction.
The Auctioneer call" ppueliil atten
tion to this m! of Milu.iblu Stuck,
belli; the linen and mon ten livable
lot of Stock offeied at miction. The
Iloigi'3 cm be ecn at the residence of
Air. J. F. Iluwler, King hticet.
3T For fm titer paitlcnlnr apply to
J AS. V, MORGAN,
The Sick and Kelhf riuul of the De
paitincut liavlnt; become depleted !u
LouseiiHeiieeof the many tempor.uy as
well ns pui iii'incnt calls for leiief, ihu
Department has uuthoiUcd the giv
ing of.n '
BALL and BhUOE
'JO IIU irELI) ATTIIK
Toosaay Brain, Jn 10,
Oommonoiac at 8 o'clcak.
TICIIKTN. : :' : t'.l OO
Almlttlrg One Oentlcman & Ldltr.
Arc for sdu at the bookbtoies and ot
the olllccrs of the dlffcicut eonipaiileb.
SITUATION as dilver, can drle two
to four hoiscs, or, will take euro
of hoiscs and do choies, Oin 1 1 ml and
wiite EiihIMi uud I'uituguese. Apply
at thli ollleo. in 11
I'OSITION' as Head Luna on a
;V. ninut itiou by a nviii of lone: ex-
lieiieneo on thee Islands. Unexi ep
tionablc lefcicncuH. Addiess "I.una,"
BY a TtcspectablH 5ltddle-agcd Man,
with a neat little homo ot his own,
and a good position with a salniyof
$200 a month, an uppoitmitiy of cones
p'liidiug with an lione-t, Indii'ttious
woman, with a view to tuatilniony.
AddiCbS "Matilinoiiy," Uullutin Of
llce; f.71 lw
A GOLD Glovo Uiittoner maiked
"E X." Dellveiy by Under will
be lew aided by Paul Neumann.
DR FT Xo. 40 for SiiO, drawn on
( itstle & Cooke, by K. A. Bald
win in fuvor of A. I). Ualdwln. Pay
ment has bepir slopped. Ple.ueiclmn
to O. O. Ueiger. 570 lw
Stock Curtificato Lost.
MB. Alex. Mclliydo gives notice that
ceiilllnitii of stock lu thu Inter
island Steam Kavlgntlou Cr. No. 251,
dated .Inutility 11, IdRO, In IiIh iavor, has
been hist, and persons mo hereby
warned against negotiating tho s.iinu.
Any Infonnitloniesprctlng this ecitlll
cate should bo sent to Mr, Mcliryde, or
to TUeo. U. DRvlea & Co. (T1 2w
y yM, Llrfc
KIC'iAK3 A. UeCUJXDY, IVcldcuf.
l For full particulars apply to
. S. J3. X2 0JSE3,
Dec-21-8l Gencial Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Fresh Cakes, Pies Bans, Rolls,
Plain & Fancy
Jumbles, Coffee Cakos, Crackers,
2T And will be DELIVERED FltL'E of CHARGE to any
JSXXJXa oi 3TA.a32x
Coffu;, Tea, Chocolate & Milk,
Steaki, Chopa, Fish, Ham & F.gge,
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8 P H fit ?i S
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATSK,
Giipr Alt, Hoi Mb, Gin, Earm6, Sarsaparil, lira! Mm, Etc;
All comimtnlciitlons and onlers choiiid be ndclrcHsvtl to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
i in mi win iiwMiiiirwvMi w
HAHBBSIITH & FlhLD
i-z?" Onr Xew Aitotjpe Illustrated
Caii-logue sent free on application.
x:m si;rt'i:u r'i',
tiuu rrauvlHfu, : t Culiroi'iitu
The Al Heain5il;
" Sagaini Maru,"
Will Kavu nono.lulu for the hboeii ports
on o- iuoui
tW For ft eight o" pswage, having
svperior cabin ard rto-jrajjo i vcornuio.
iailons, apply to
Win. Q. IttWIK : Co.,
.VI 1 td A(?cnt8.
Electricity is Life !
I ANY persons And a moderate ap
11 plication of Electricity Beneficial.
Electi icily sometimes cnics and nearly
always beneQis Itlieimiatlitui, NcuudglH.
Indigestion, Etc.. and acts llko a tonic
and Is ery beiifflclal In caso of General
uouiiuy. on 10
On Queen Stroet,
And get an Eleetilc Shock by dropping
a Nic.oi lu the slot. Cnu bo icgulutcd
to suit the delicate qb w ell as thn stiong.
There Is also one of those Electric
Machlnea nt Young Nap's, corner of
king Mid Bethel streets. 671 lut
ISSIIED BY THE
W8SBH F -fsHB(!fia&9 "
1 TJTJ-A Jtf O SS'XTElEy
ALWAYS OX HAND AND TO ORDER
AHiTf : LEtVIO
MiiirMmtl ryMMt. wttA-yt
Having rcmovod our SODA WORKS to moro commodious quarter,' at
(Near tho Custom Houso)
Wo aro now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beveiages:
Piaiii, Svast, LiBii, striwlwrrr or Gnu Sofia,
Rarsapariila, S.'trsapai'illR & Iron Water, and Crab,
Uing oclusively the HYATT TUHE WATEPv SYSTEM.
POSIT MTRKI7T. : : : : J
FIGURED INDIA SILKS !
THE LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCE OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS !
jCar No. 2 rnltorriB alil.o.
Without a Rivttlln Price & Quality!
One-third tho Prioa of tho Royal J
Every Houaokeopar Should Uao It !
jCS? A Saving of 33 Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very Best. &?
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
Dr. A. B, CARTER
HAS removed his oillce to No. 83
Deietanla, between Fort and
Nuuanu streets Ofllco noma : 0 :30 to
11 x. M., and 2 to 4, and 7 to 8 f. M.
Mutual Telephone No. 802. 070 lm
part of tho city. $
Stews, Sooted Fig's Feet, Eto.
i. n t n u v it u b
. m. to 1 v. m. :J3E3L
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Leading Millinery Houso, Corner Fort & Hotel atB.
Fashionnblo Dressmaking upstairs
HENRY DAViS & CO.,
Exclusivo Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Dr. A. LUTZ
WILL have ofllco hours from 8 to n
A. M. and 4 to 6 i m., at No. 38
Beiotunla, between Fort and Nuuanu
streets. Mutual Tclcphono Nos. 302
nd 170. (70 lm
'" (' fat!tl'i'.
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