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Tenders will lie leiehed at the
Office of tho Mitibtor of the littuioi
until WEDNESDAY, July 30. 1S10,
tit 12 o'clock noon, for the toturn of
Ono Hundred and Fifty (more or
less) Now Hotirideans lo the Islands,
of Sandwich, Mallk'oll, Atnbiyni,
nnd Pannia, in the New Hcbiidch
Bids must include provisions, spe
cifications for which may bo obtained
on application to tbo Seeiotiuyof the
Board of Innnigiation.
Date of sailing; to bo not Inter than
Aug. 20, 1800.
C. N. fcPIJXOEK,
Minister of the Interior, and Prcsi-
dentof thcJJonidof Immigration.
Iii4cd to nttther Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1890.
On Monday and the four follow
ing days of next week, the teachers
of the English public schools in the
Kingdom are called to assemble in
convention at the Fort Street School
house. The holding- of teachers'
meetings i3 recognized everywhere
as an exceedingly impoitnnt factor
in a system of popular education.
It is generally understood that the
conducting of the convention here
is under the immediate direction of
the Inspector-General of Schools.
The matteis to be brought before
ihe assembly have not been an
nounced. This seems lo be a lame
step in the preliminary arrange
ments. Fiom what we have seen
and heard of similar meetings, we
venture the opinion that their value
is many times greater when a full
programme of subjects to be consid
ered has been published beforehand.
Cliif lu Kxcrcineu---I.lwt of Prlro
The closing exercises of the Jubi
lee Year of the Royal School took
piace yesterday morning. Farents
and friends turned out in goodly
numbers, all the eleven rooms being
crowded with visitors. Examina
tions in the primary department, of
which Miss LouUa IL Urickwood is
the head, were conducted by their
respective teachers, and the little
ones recited their lessons in a man
ner indicating thorough and pains
taking efforts on the part of the
The examinations in the high
school department under Itev. Alex
ander Mackintosh, Principal, passed
off in a very cieditable manner. In
Mr. II. W. Peck's loom, examina
tions were conducted in dictation,
reading, drawing, eto. The diaw
ing3 and maps of the pupils were
very creditable. Manjui ICashiwa,
a young Japanese, took the llrst
prize for piogrcss made during the
year, and masters Kalialepuna and
Kaona the 2nd and 3rd prizes res
pectively. The ptizes awarded
were volumes of Macanlny's His
tory of England.
In Mr. Mackintosh's room the
following was the order of examina
tions: II. Division: Keading, Poetry
and Prose, Dictation, and Gram
mar. I. Division: Algebra, Aiithmctie,
Tho closing exercises commenced
nt 11 o'clock, lion. C. R. Bishop,
Picsident of the Board of Education,
Mr.A.T. Atkinson, Inspector-General
of Schools, and Mrs. Atkinson, Mrs.
Mackintosh, Rev. Dr. Boekwith,
Prof. W. D. Alexander, Mr. Jas.
W. Smith, Secretary Board Educa
ton, and many others were present.
The Jubilee Year's medals were
won, 1st by Edward Woodward; 2nd
by David Kapohakimohown. Tho
other successful pupils woie: G.
Kanikau, D. Kawaihoa, Tlios. Bar
tow, and Jos. Young. Tho prizes
for recitations were awarded to Ed
ward Woodward and Dan Kawaihoa.
Mr. Bishop pinned the medals on
the coats of Masters Woodward and
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Sixth Sunday after Tiinity. Cathe
Holy Communion(IIiiwaiiaii) C :80
Litany, 9:30 a. m.
Morning prayer 10 a. m. Sermon
by Rev. W. II. Bnrnos.
Hawaiian Evensong, 3:30 p. m.
Sormon by Rev. W. II. BarneB.
Evening prayer 6 p. in. Sermon
tly Rev. II. ILsGowen.
LOCAL & CEOAL HEWS, "f
Tun U. R. S. It-:ioln sailed of
Shunua lhii nioinin.-.
Tin: Shis nnd lCuiichnmohas play
at baseball nt M:lclt-i this afternoon
at 3 :?.0.
pointed notary public
bus been tip
for tho fust
TtiK Hawaiian Band gave a concert
at thr Hawaiian Hotel to a delighted
gathering of people last night.
Voi:i;ion jntoif will bo leqnirid lo
attend at tliw Supieino Court nc.t
Mondaj morning nt 10 o'clock.
Mkssbs. Schmidt and Sons specify
in auothei column lined of goods
which they have for sale.
Mns. .1. G. ttiitchani will deliver an
addles, on Sabbath observance at the
Central Union Chinch to-morrow eve
Tni:lioli Caiety Company enter
tained a few fiicndb t Snow Cottago
last night. Jlii th nnd merriment
VtrrnKN' persons were confirmed
last night i't St. Andrew's Cathedral
bv the Uight Iteverend tho Hihop of
Tun Bide of fancy articles, etc., at
Queen Enmiiv Hall ycBterdny after
noon netted, after paying all ex
.i . i
Tun report of tho Y. M. C. A. tem
perance committee, a document pre
pared with much l.iboi, appears on
the fouith page.
Tub Hawaiian Construction Com
pany decline tho responsibility of
bills eonti acted in their
out u written order.
Many school teachpis came by the
Ivituu this morning to attend the
annual convention, which will com
mence at !) o'clock on Monday morning-
Miss M. 11. French lias arrived
hero to take chargo of Jlr. C. J.
Fishel's millinery department, Misn
Bias,el O'Brien having returned to
tho States on account of her health.
A citrmT sale will be held at tho
store of Messrs. 11. Hackfehl it Co,
during three days of next week, be
ginning on Monday at 10 o'clock a.
m. A great variety will be otlbicd,
Mr. Morgan wielding the hammer.
Mn. Arthur Johnstone, who has
conducted the editorial department
Of the Elele, since its publication in
English began a your ago, has lately
resigned his position thereon. It is
rumored that a new journalistic en
terprise is to be started soon.
Tun Tivoli Gaiety Company will
repeat, by request, "Our Strategists,"
at the Opera House to-night. The
comedy is brimful of aniuboihontand
good music, and those who wish to
be lelieved of the worries of the week
can heio find the desired diversion.
The Wilder Steamship Co. has
tendered the free use of the Btcmncr
Hawaii, lo lake the select committee
of the Legislature to Molokai. She
will sail Monday evening and the
committee, during tho two days to
bo spent at tho settlement, will be
boiudedand lodged on board.
At Kohala the fourth was duly
celelnatcd on Saturday, fith, thereby
giving all hands a full day after
ward to prepare lor work on Mon
tlny morning. Baseball, taigct prac
tice by tho Rifle Clubs,horso racing,
also human lacing and other enjoy
ments filled out the day.
Sunday morning, Gth iust., as a
whaleboat from Kailua bound to
ILtena, Kohala, was passing Mahu
koua, a squall struck and laid her
over on her side, taking in water
enough to wash all the assorted
caigo, consisting of Hawaiian pro
duce, fish, fruit, etc., down to the
bottom of the sea to keep McGinty
company. The crew (Ilawaiians of
course) wore at home in the water
for the time being, but a stiong cur
rent and numerous sharks would
have caused them serious trouble,
from which they were rescued by
the piompt arrival of a boat manned
by a Hawaiian crew in the employ
of the Hawaiian Railroad Co. For
tunutcly the strong trade wind lull
ed and the accident happened in
daylight, otherwise lives might have
W. S. Bowne, Bluhtii, made a
good passage from San Franciteo to
Muhukona, 12 days, Capt. Bluhm
has Ills wife with him this trip.
The numerous friends of Harry
Webb in Kohala gave him a fare
well dinner on his departure from
the district. The dinner was pre
pared and attended to in nil its de
tails by Sabo, tho Japanese caterer
who has just opened a first-class
restaurant. This rcstauiant will bo
a boon to the traveling publio and
is the only one in Kohala.
THE Hawaiian Construction Co. will
not be rcsnonslblt) for any bills
contracted in their name without a
wiittcn ouler signed either by D. P.
I'cteiisonor J. M. Oat.
U. F. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Hawaiian Consti uetlon Co.
Hoiiolulu, July 11, 1600, C03 lm
TIIL undersigned have cold nut tho
dry goods business heietofoio car
llcd on by them at No. 57 & 60 Hotel
street, to Mr. A. G Sllva who will con
duct tho business on his own account
from and after this (Into.
51. A. aON.SALV.ES & CO.
Honolulu, May 21, 1630. . S65 tf
ATfEKTlOH, DOAHD OF EDHCA
Mr. V. L. Lord tikes with liltn to
Honolulu a display of work done in
llilo Union School during tho last
term, for exhibition at the coming
Teuchcig' Convention. The atten
tion of each member of tho Hoard
of Education is respectfully called
lo this c.lnhit. Those who know
the dillleiilties under which Mr.
Lord and his faithful nnd elllciunt
assistant.-! have labored, will see in
it ample pi oof llint good woik I
now going on in this important in
A set of photom nphs, showing in
terior and exterior views of the
school building'', would, perhaps.,
hae served a good puiposu in con
nection with the display of school
work. 1th nut conceivable that
the Boiud of Education, realizing
the atnto of affairs, would keep such
a school in such unsuitable houses,
and that in one of the largest per
manent settlements in tho kingdom,
outside ot Honolulu. Eor years
past llilo schoob have received
bcant attention from the Hoard, an
the reports of the expendituic of
appropriations, cleaily indicate. It
is pleasant to note a change in this
matter. If now Hilo needs moie
than an equal proportion of coming
appropriations those of other dis
tricts, more favorcdin the puut, will
havo no just cause for complaint,
llilo needs ten-lhousand-dollur
school house, and it is to bo hoped
"that the Hawaii ineinbys of the Le
gislature will sec to it that the
lloaul is supplied with the means lo
put it up at once. l'uociicss.
llilo, Julv 10.
L. J. I-r.vr.v, : : Lrssr.E.
Oi.irr Piin.Lii'S. : Ma.vacki:.
IlAllltVltKl.L. : STAOI' DlllECTOlt.
Dfvtuu. : : PnornuTiKs.
E. E. Mai new, ; Machinist.
TiYoli Gaiety Comft
Who were leeelvcd again Thursday
night by the largest audience ever wit
nessed ill the Opcia lloue, tho theatio
being packed fioin lloor to celling and
liuudieds turned away dteappniuted.
Saturday Evening, July 12tli,
Will be lcpeated by special loque.st
ot the public,
" Our Strategists "
Which was pci foi med on Tuu'd.iy night
to a ciowdcd and enthusiastic audience.
"PECK'S BAD BOY" in active, papula
tion nnd will be produced on Tuesday
py Plan for leseived eats fv any
nlglit of tho season can be -eeuied at
the olllce of L. J. I.evev, cor. .Fort and
Queen Sts. C02 2t
r.u -i. Hx ffja& o? ;
W? B E H S A b 3
a 5 Via
Offeis for sale to the trade
A Fine Assortment
EST Spei lally fekcted for thU mar
ket. 003 1 w
AN INVOICK Ol'
MEDIUM BEE AD,
OH hALi: II V
H, W. SCHMIDT k SONS
Milwaukee ExtraPalc Beer,
Milwaukee Piltcnnr Export Beer,
Yfleland's Standard Expurt Beer,
J it (Jiiai'lH &, Ilnla,
rpu saij: n v
Sole Agents for tho Hawaiian
003 Islands. lw
Snellen Solcr, by Janus F. Hoifon.
LARGE & IMPORTANT
I nm directed by Mnsstis. II. HACK
riCLD & Co. to sell nt Publio Auction.
nt their store. Queen street, on a llbei.il
cieillt to the trade, on
July 1 1, 15 iiud 10, 1800,
Conratncbg fit 10 O'clock A. M. Tifxh Dvy,
All their Importation of MeieliimlUo
ol oveiy iluscilpttun. The sale will
oonipil"e ppeclnlly selected goods of tlia
lnlo-t stvlos, too" numerous to specify.
Ainonp tho toek will bo foond full
8twli aiil Fancy Mb
New & rtiohlnunblu Iiiy Goodi,
Pi hits, Olothlng,
Sjdnei .t UuglMi Saddles,
Ltc , i:te., Etc., 12te.
8Kif-AllGw)dsoffeiel will be po-l-tlvely
sold, imtl lnijo Invoices will be
closed at any pi lee on liberjl teiuii.
590 td Auctioneer
Z -- fey 3
5 a m
a K - 9.S S -
S 5 rU " T
rn 'Jl " S
' S t3
3 r gS T3
Planters LoYsrs of Good Stock
Just ariived on tho 1-niastcd schonuci
"Olua," 10 Head of Mules and 1 1 Head
Gentle lluises Miltublc for ladies to
diive. Also, the tiotnug horse ''Cairo."
Brood Karcs, Thoroagbfertd & Rodd
1 Xorman Stallion,
1 Coaeh Stallion,
Pivc Head of COWS-3 Dmhiins with
Calves y weel.s old; 1 Jeiocy will
calve in (1 weeks; 1 Aijvliiie Cow,
now mllUiiiy 5 gallons a tin;. .
Also, Four Road Carts,
(.T Petaluma & 1 Fiahur;)
1 Pino Top Kook-away,
E2TFor fiulhcr partieulaift apply lo
C02 lw At the Pantheon Stables.
KONG WO CHAH,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
AUo, Qoscral Zfcrclnindlse.
T. a Plantation, : Honolulu, Lwa.
Travelcis by tiain or Government
load can secure accommodations mid
boiwd. Clmiges le.isoiinblc. 002 lm
A DIVIDEND will bo paid on tho
iruh July, to tho ercditois of II.
M., at the olllce of Alex. J. Cartw tight,
Mui chant street, opjiositc llethel stiict.
Picaso cull early.
C01 lw PJ211 OltDLR.
THU thin heiotoforo doing a carpen
tciing and housebuilding business
in Honolulu, under the Hi in name of
"Smith ii Mills." 1ms this day been dis
solved by mutual consent. Tho busi
ness will heicaftor bo can led on at the
fciune place by W. II. Smith, of the lute
hi in of Smith & Mill's.
Honolulu, July 10, 1800. C02 31
1 C VOLUMES Encvrlopajdia Rrltnn
1,0 nica, Morocco bound, in good
condition, uover used
WESTEItMAYER Piano for tnlo as
good a new, only bought a few
mouths ago. Iiirumn nt the
TEMl'Li; OF FASHION,
COO lw Cor. Hotel and Fort Mb.
i CrBflit Me Sale !
r4W 1 imifc
Kay For full parti'.'tili.r', apply to
w W w
tS" And will be DELIVERED Fl'.EE ol CII.MICE to any
CofTi-e, Tea, Chocolate
SB iH t5
b 1 e b P 5
3 8. B K t, fl 0
s er e H s ii S
EBpB 34 fJgj
Sola Propricilors of BAILEY'S 8ASSAFASILIA s II10N WATIB,
81I8F Me, in Ms, Min, U$mi, Sersapnrllla, Mineral walen Etc.
S5?- All 'ontituniuttions
fX account of 111 l.cahii Dr.
'hliuey has unitoluted Di. E. L.
Hiitchitihou to tii'ie chaise of bis ollleo
until Ids i etui ii. ' 547 tf
jiv.-n tint I will
.H ni.t pay dchth
eonti acted in my
: wiuiour inv wiitteu (inltr.
Uoiiululu, Jtil.v 7, 1S00. 6'jS lm
XWILT nor 1h ie-poii'-lbli for any
hills ajr-iimt Hie HlLiuuer 'ALa
mai" uulcid iucuued l.v iliv wiitten
order. O. P. CASTLK.
Honolulu, Jnue 7, lo!0. ?)" tf
OT I CIO.
THK Haw-ail in Hotel Stables give
notice to tbo'e owing ibem old
accouutd, that if not Fettled by Augiibl
1. 18U0, they will be put in the hands
of u collector. C01 td
TVTOTIOi;i?hcieby given th.it I will
A.V puy no bills contiaoteil by Mis
llebecea Pauee Punlvii without mv
.1. ALPIJED MAGOON.
Honolulu, July 11, 181)0. oua lw
DW Fiirfiltiiio: Tailor
Lte , at a
loombetH. htove. 12tc.
sacrlllce. Appij at olllce of
Cairiugo MatiufuLtiuing Co.
NOTICE is heiebv given Hint Tom
GoivnndAh Phait have foimed
a co.partneihhlp under the lb in name
of Tom Oovv it Co.. nud will carry on a
diy goods and tailor ng biulnots'at No.
25 Niiuanu bticet, opening on Jsatuidav,
July lg, 1800 ooi iy
THE annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Waloliluu Agilcul
tunil& Grazing Co will bo heldiit tho
olllco of tho Soerotary, at Honolulu, on
WEDNESDAY, the 30th inBt.. at 10
o'eiopif a. SI. U. P. 1A UICE A,
Secietniy W. A. & Q. Co,
luto U W.. I B On ''
ISSUED BY THE
cm ra rsb3
r I Li LIU Knfr 1.1 w us
SIMJIEAliD A. 32cCU5tl)Y, Frcsitlciit.
mm Wm k L&-.
VJJJS O a-JL Er.'5i:iIlrJ?.
ALWAYS ON IJ.'.XD AND TO OIlDEIt
Hi 4tl H i w
Steaks, Chopo, Fisli, Tlam &, Eggs,
frcjia 21:30 rt. an. fo
r. t, jOA.ss.ii'v
R5 PJi JI5 "I ft
M O Pi
and ovjIoik .liouul be JuUliTs.scd Ut
BENSON, SMITH & CO..
mantfxt -p xm -xT t?" ?
owl SODA WOUKS
(Near tho Custom House)
a;e now j.repnjeil lo Jut nidi ot i -
wed lo Jutnith ot
the U! .ving UiKh
" n ,
PlalH, Swifli, imi EtFiwloiw of Graie Sod
raraaparilla, Sarsnparllla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using cxelusiuly the IIVATT PUIIE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLI8TER & C0B,
. i. (S1 fl K t G tt 7 S 4 v2 J Q (7 n n n -r.
Without si Bival in Price & Quality !
Ono'third the Prioo of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should TTso It !
?- A Saving of 33 Per Cent in Coet and Quality tho Very Best. Jg2
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HOl'SR with 7 roomii
atid balli. on tho cor-
nor Of Iieu'tiioli mill I'unsii.
coliiEtieen. Cam pass the door. Ap
ply at till olllce. C81 tf
"WANTED nt ONCE !
or tlueo blocks fiom
the coiner of I'ort and Homl
stieets. suitable for three gentlemen for
houscLeeplng. Addiesi 1. O. liox
No. 207." C30if
TO KENT ov LEA8E
rpiIAT deslinhlo Premises
1 on Fort Street. In tin.
KSSSaft "Melnerny Hbel:," recently
occupied by J, N. 8. Wlllhunfi, sultiiblu
for olllco or Btoio. For infoimatlou
anply to olllcn Union Iiou WoiLs, Ei
planade, or to '
I M lm J. N. 8. WILLTAMH.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
( WV.9 lb IVv.
pait of the city. g
Ktew, Soured Pig's Fort, Etc,
lo moio commodious quaitcr? at
i - hort notice, nnd oi prime quality, any
Class Aeiuted Beveiagea:
m raa m tutrn,!
!W fc? Ht3 U re
kmu ueti h a
A n f
PI IJ'i - WM
1 LHih " duEIA.
HENRY E3AVBS & CO,,
Escliuivo Agents for tho Hawnljim Island.
I n T,vv1-story "tick
.. """"lug now iifciI na
tho oflleo of tho Ilnunti,,.,
TinniwaysCo., (L'd), on Kingsticet,
biiiliiblo eilher for an olllco or etoie!
Apply at tno Hawaiian Conimerelal
TO LET or LEASE
rrUIE Hesldeneo of Jlre. A.
I 1 LOIlCT. ill I'nilnil Vnllnv.
I Apply to '
01 King St., over J, Nott's Btoio.
NOTICE to HOUSE3IEN I
rrho Celebmtcd Iluu-
ulntr ntulllmi til(o-
i'yaxhti u'ihuuuii" win spina
-sJV till foaou at tho
r 5- Wood awn D.iliv;
terms 880, For author panhtilara
apply at tho Daily. fi85 3m
ftr - -
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