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OrncK ok uiK Board of Hualth,)
Honolulu, July 17, 1800,
Sealed tenders will be received at
thia olllee until 12 o'clock noon, on
WEDNESDAY. .Inly !!:, 1800, foi
supplying lltu Hoard of Health with
the following article from the l3t
day of August, 1890, to tho 1st day
of Januaiy, 1891, viz. :
Building material :
Hough Nor.' West lumber, up to
Tongiujd mill grooved, N, V., up to
Redwood shingles, up to 1G0 M.
" surface, up to 8000 feet.
" hatton 1x3, up to -100
" fence pot-U, up to 200.
Doors, 2xC and 0x0 1J each.
Sashes, 10x12 and 10x11 each.
Nails, up to 30 kegs.
Uoiled Oil, up to 150 gal.".
Turpentine, up to 50 gals.
White Lead, up to 3000 lbs.
Provisions and supplies :
ltiec, up to '100 sks.
Gal. Sled. Bread, up to 400 cmcx.
Best quality Hour, ks., up to -100
rfugar No. 1, up to Jo bags.
Bo-t lted Salmon, up to 40 bids.
Soap, 2 lb. bars, up to GS00 bar.-..
Matches, Card, up to 102 gross.
Salt, Coarse, up to 150 bags.
Kerosene Oil, up to 700 gals.
lliils may bo made for all or
any part of tho above articles, io bo
delivered, as ordered by the Agent,
of the Board, f. o. b. island steanieis.
The Board does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or auy bid.
By order of the Board)
GEO. C. POTTER,
COS at Secretary.
Pledged to neither Sect nor irty,
But established for the Benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1890.
Private information from Wash
ington by wire, reaching hero by
the Robert Lowers this morning,
slates that there is every probabil
ity that further action will not be
taken on the McKinley tariff bill
until nest session.
NOTIONS OF DUTY.
Says the Advertiser's report of
the Teachers' Convention, "Quite a
few visitors inspected the work ex
hibited from the different schools.
Jit is the duty of each parent and
citizen to sec this woik. Have pa
rents no more interest tn the pro
gress their children are making than
evidently seems the case?" This is
an instance of a public, writer with
absurd notions of duty. It was
very proper and thoughtful on the
part ot the educational authorities
to place this work on exhibition, so
that anyone so inclined might'in
upect it. Tho work itself is good,
really good, and we advise people
to go and see it; but not to go as a
matter of duty, for there is no more
duty about it than to balance a
plough on the tip of the nose. Then,
the fact of a parent not going to bee
the work exhibited is not eyidenee
that he takes no interest in the pro
gress of his children. Intelligent
parents judge of the progress of
their children by what they see of
them and hear from them daily in
their homes, and not by work placed
on exhibition once a year. A pa
rent inay not go to the exhibition
nimply because he bo satisfied
with his children's progress, by per
sonal examination, that he desires
no other evidence.
In the L C. Advertiser's report
of Miss Coursen's lessons on prim
ary teaching giten on Tuesday and
Wednesday mornings at the teachers
convention, that lady is said to have
'failed" to show the methods by
which the results exhibited were
reached. Tho reporter's use of tho
word "failed" is a gross injustice to
the lady whoso success in primary
tcachiug is ono of the marvels of
tho Honolulu schools. To show tho
methods by which the results exhi
bited by Miss Coursen's class arc
reached requires a fully equipped
Normal School with a staff of pro
fessors and a complete model school
establishment, all iu full blast for a
term of from three to six months,
but tho genius reporting proceed
ings for the P. C. A. seems to think
ill this work should have been ac
complished in tho short spaco of ten
minutes I Insult was added to in-
jury in next morninj'n report when
tho "criticisms" sao the mark!
of the pro ions day's work arc re
presented to have roused the ladj
instructor to a higher degree of
earnestness. I tun nsourccl by Miss
Courscn that f.hc never saw tliu
"criticisms" until Thuisday after
noon, two and a half days after tho
A Mt'.Mnnn or Convuxtion.
July 18, 18C0.
THE TEACHERS' C0NVENT10H.
Miss Llllie Brown proceeded to
show the methods of instructions in
Geography by which she attains
those marvellous results referred to
in the Bulletin report of the clos
ing exercises of Fort Street School.
It is needless to add that tho sys
tem, as summarized by the lecturer,
is in keeping with the practice of
the most advanced educationists.
Primary Arithmetic was further
discussed by Miss Dcyo. Many
useful suggestions were given which,
if developed intelligently, cannot
fail to tell upon the eJllcienoy of
Rev. J. 11. Alexander brought the
morning's work to a close with the
harmonics of the tonic sol-fa system
Phonics, by Mr. Lucas, took up
half-au-hour. The enunciation of
the elementary sounds represented
by the letters of the English alpha
bet is one of the colossal difficulties
encountered in teaching Hawaiians,
a situation due not to the innate
obtuseness to tho subjects but to
tho fact of their being required to
extend the vocalization of tho eleven
letters of their own vernacular to
-some forty-two shades of elementary
sounds, necessary to be mastered
by every elocutionist in English.
Mr. Lord resumed his lectures on
writing and being an expert in the
art, executes, off-hand on the black
boards, curves, ovals, ovals inter
secting ovals and oilier forms in a
most exquisite style.
Mr. J. Iv. Burkctt read a paper,
brief and comprehensive, on spoken
English. Tho paper covered the
processes by which pupils are in
duced to make their lirst acquaint
ance with English, beginning with
names of objects and developing
from these simpler actions 'words,
with prepositional and adjective
phrases. The use of "pidgin" Eng
lish by teaeheis was properly depre
cated. Mr. Lord stated that one of the
Medo-Persian laws of his school is
that every pupil must speak English
from the moment he comes on the
premises until after he has passed
outside the gate on the homo stretch.
Professor M. M. Scott related an
amusing anecdote of the way aspir
ing linquists get things mixed when
they try to introduce big words
into common conversation.
Mr. Oleson of the Kamehameha
school observed that the specimens
of school woik in the next room
show that English education among
the people has reached, a higher
plane than ever known before.
. The Inspector-General took up a
continuation of yesterday's instruc
tions on primary reading lessons and
emphasized the indispensable neces
sity for all work at this stage to be
exhaustive in its thoroughness.
Mr. M. A. Gonsalves was an
nounced at this stage of the pio
ceedings, upon which the convention
adjourned to the lawn, where ladies
and gentlemen were photographed
in two separate groups, in one of
which the President and Secretary
of the Board of Education and the
Inspector-General of schools occupy
All members of tho convention
able to sing were requested to give
their name.-, on Friday morning to
the Rev. ,T. li. Alexander for the
purpose of organizing a vocal or
chestra to cause Raymond grove to
ring with song on Saturday after
noon. COMBINATION CONCERT.
The unusual cvont for Honolulu
of three bands combining hi a con
cert oc.curied last night, at tho Ha
waiian Hotel. The bauds of tho
American and French Admiral ships
Charleston and Dubourdicii united
with tho Hawaiian baud. Each of
the three bunds played separately
Hawaiian fit fat, American second,
and Fionch third and than all
thrco together. Tho coneo.uibo of
people wliieli assembled iu tho hotel,
on tho balconies, and on tho grounds
was immense, and the fact that the
niiibh continued to the elojiii of tho
concert was evidence that the music
The examination of candidates' for
teachers' certificate will begin on
Monday, at the Fort street School,
at 9 o'clock a. m., and will continue
two days. Tho order of examina
tion in tho forenoon will be, (1)
arithmetic, (2) theory and practice
of reading, in tho primary grade,
and (1) arithmetic, (2) composition,
in the grammar grade. In the
afternoon, the order will be(l)
spelling, (2) dictation, (3) gram
mar, (1) mental arithmetic, in tho
primary grade and (1) algebra, (2)
writing, (3) physical geography, in
tho grammar grade. On Tuesday
the primary grado will have (1)
geography and (2) composition, and
the grammar grado will have (1)
grammar and (2) pedagogy, in tho
forenoon, and (1) history and (2)
physiology jn the afternoon.
Mworfhfu vf mvin iBmGlhnMiM
liy Liwis J. Levey.
On SATURDAY, iTulyliUli,
AT 1!S O'OI.Of li. NOOX.
1 will sell at Public Auction, at Old
Custom lluiisu Whatf,
One VanclcGG Windmill
In good winking order;
1 Wood Frame. 'i0 ft. square, nil icndy
t BrtiHH Cylinder rump,
i In. di:-cbarge;
1,200 li. U4' in. Iron Pipe, with 2 Cheek
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
I am lush-noted by Mn. S. EHRLICII
to sell nt Public Auction,
On THURSDAY, July !i,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At his resilience, King street (opposite
tho rclilenee ol .Mr. Alex. Young), tho
Household -:- Furniture
1 Elegant Rosewood Parlor Set,
Upholstered lu Raw Silk;
Center Rug". Hnndonio Gill Block.
Music Slnud, Jlaibletop CcutcrTable,
Elegant Engravings & Pictures,
Handsome It. V. Marbletnp Bedroom
bet, P.iinled Bedroom Set,
Ash Bedroom Set,
Mattiasip, Mosquito Cm lain". R. W.
Extension Dining Table As Chairs,
Chcftimlcr, '- Wardrobes, Hair Cloth
' Parlor tiet, Chiunlclicrs & Lamp,
Btnliy Cavt'inurM &. Crndto
Matting & Oil Cloth, Meat Safe & Rofrl
tfcratnr. lint A; Umbrella .Stand, Medal
lion Stoo tic Kitchen Utonsl't-, Crockery
A; GlasMvaio, Bath Tub, Cardcu Tools
& Hose, Etc., Etc. Also.
2 French Plate Rfllrrors,
Ami X Urulct.
8 The house will be open for in
spection on Wednesday, July 23id, from
10 a. si. to i v. 3i. The Auctioneer de
sires to call attention to the excellence
of the above Furniture, having been iu
use a short time and almost new.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
L. J. Lf.vkv, : : Lessix.
Cl.IFK I'MILMl'S, : MAXAGKU.
IlAiiuv Iti:u., : SrAon DiuccTon.
W. IEXTi:il, : : I'ltOlT.UTIKS.
15. E. JilAYiiuvv, : Machinist.
- or Tin:
Tiioli Gaiuty Comiry
Saturday Evening, July 19th,
First production of the Gn-at Ameri
Victor Jordan Mr. Jinny B. Bull
Jlctiry liuster Mr. Jlai'ry Gates
Capt. Percy Annsti onj;
Mr. rm. II. Hamilton
Wauj Hang Mr. Ilany Connors
Adolphc Mr. P. J. Walluec
John Club Mr. Win Dexter
Hans Mr. Wm.Couucrs
Mr?. Victor Jordan. .Miss Dorothy Uass
Mm. Henry Muster ."....
Miss Helcne Courteney
Xola Miss L. Carmen
Nf Plan for ieerved scats for any
night of the m-aon can be seemed at
the olllee of 1,, J. Levey, cor. Fort and
Queen Sts. COO -It
GRAND OPENING !
Messrs. Lufiwissea & Ufod,
CO Hotel Street (Brewer Block),
Would respectfully inform their former
customers and friends of Honolulu and
tho other Islands that they have just re
turned fiom tho Coast and will open a
store and manufactory at above stand on
SATURDAY, July 19th inst.,
When they will bo picpaied to offer the
very latest productions and
Fine French and Home-made
Ioii-3Ion, Nlo-IVaon. Etc.
Wo will also carry In stock thnilncst
lines of suiolicis' goods, such as
Cigars & Tobaccos,
Alio, A NEW LIHE OF OURIOS.
tT An we manufacture our Goods on
the picmUes wo can u;uarantcu every
thing to bo of a llrst-class mitiuo.
LUDWIGSEN fc CRON,
007 3t Hotel St. (Urower Illuck).
NOTICE to JIOItSEMENI
rpiio Celebrated Rtiu
1 nine Stallion Hho-
nandoah" will stand
this reason at the
For1 further particulars
apply at tho Dairy,
HONOLULU, H. I., JltLT 18, 1SU0.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
HORSES muL IDLES
I have received Instruction to sell at
On WEDNESDAY, July 2K,
AT lii O'CLOCK SOON.
At lenr of tho oflleo of .T. I. Dowvolt,
n mou iuuuuo
0 Hawaiian Bred MARES,
s o o ju a? !
fflF The Mule are Mred by the Fa
mous Kentucky Jack "Bluteher.
rf5 Among the Colts are somofiom
"King Williams" and other good slrea,
out of some line Rrood Mares.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Executor & Trustee's Sale of
Lc,- Cattle, How,
Dy dliectlon of CECIL JHtOWX, i:x
oeutor i&Tiutec ot the Last Will and
Tcstniueiit of Philip Milton deiuaul,
I am dhccttd to sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
Ai the Farm House in Palolo Valley,
. Honolulu. Oahu, all the following
deeribed Propeity, suitable
for Ranch xiurposes:
1st AH that land containing an area
of Jl iy. acres- and situate iuKlpahnlu
and Waialae-lkl, District of Kona, Oahu,
and being the same prembos eouvejed
to the said Philip Milton by theTius
tces of the Estate or W. O. Lunalllo.
2nd All that land containing an aica
of nine aerct. situate in Palolo Valley,
and being the same premises conveyed
to the said Philip Milton by Uro!da
Sherman. This pioperty has a large
reservoir upon It, vthich supplies tho
lower lands with water for liee cultiva
tion, the icM'rvolr Is ISO fathoms squat e
ami has a depth of 14 feet, and cost in
the neighborhood of 10.000.
3rd All that laud containing an nica
of 1&0 acres and situate at hipahuhi,
Oahu. The two l.ii gertinct in Kipn
lmlii and Waialac-iki arc fenced with
good stone walls aud wire frneiiie; di
vides them fiom property now In pus
.st'ssion of I). P. lsenbeig mid used for
Alo at the tame time and place the
Lease from the Hawaiian Govern
ment, of 11 ki acres of lands, known a
Kipnhi. veariy icutal &220, explies
June 21, 18!)J. A poition of this laud
i (:i aci cs) sublet to a Chinaman for rice,
for $00 a year.
Lease fiom Commissioner of Crown
Lands, of lauds known as Wnioimin and
Ptikele. area !MC acies. j early lental
."S5, lease expires Jan. 1, PJOt.
Lease from D. W Pauahi, of 111
aeies of land of Keklo, yearly lental
300. A poition of this land under
cultivation of ilee by rhiuee who have
payed 91000 a year, tho leservoir sup
plying most ot tho water, lease expiies
in July, 1001.
Lcae.froni 11. R. 11. Liliuokahitil.
of laud known as Kaaunclna, '214 acics
yearly rental 0, lease exphes iu May,
Lease from D. W. Pauahi, of land of
Keklo, about 500 aeie, veariy leuial
$2C.O, letise expires Oct., 1h91.
Lease fiom Hawaiian Government, of
land of Waahlia, 180 acic, early rent
al ei'OO, lease expires in Aug., 1S09.
Lease from Trustees of BMiop L'atate
of Wanhlla, 300 acies, yeaily lental
200, lease exphes August, lbSiU.
Lease from tt. ICawal ahd Kekaui of 2
piece.! of land in Walamati and Kekiu
ji?.i acres, yearly rental $-M, le.ie ox-
pues in August, iya.
Tiie iauiis ot waaiuia -tsu neres sue
now bringing a rental under mi agi fo
ment with 1'ortiiguuso of SHOO a year.
Theie arc about 8 acres of taro almost
ilpe which will be sold witli thu html
upon which it Is growing
Tho income from Oranges, Limes,
Coffee, Etc., and Pasturage have
amounted to about 9100 a year.
The propei ty -above set forth has a
laborer's house, slaughter house and
other ranch buildings upon them, and 2
Al"o at the fame time and plaee about
400 Head of Cattle,
CO Milch Cows, Seven Pair of Winking
Oxen, also C Horses, U Marcs and 2
Colts, Ox Cart, Saddles aud Hi idles,
Yokes, etc , etc.. aud otheiutcnsiis and
property used upon a well appointed
CJTThe Property can ho Inspected at
any time. For further pai tlculars apply
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or, to Ci:cil Uitow.v,
Executor to Trustee. r90 lm
LADIES' Ivory Pin. Finder will
please letum to thU olllee. COllw
THREE Flret-elnps Hands for dreBs
maklng, Apply at once at cutitb
605 M Jljtfl. MELI4S.
Fresh Oates, Pies, Buns,
-m "v n s r t;
0 & I tfTh la m )&
Jumbles, CofTeo Cakes, Crackers,
OT And will bo DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any
Coffee, Tea, Chocolut fc
rjwijwumiyii m - tit,;
a rj t
TAHITI i L
i (& m
UN. : Wim
Sole Proprietors of
Ron Ms, Grail, RaiDenTele, SersoBsrillu, liiieval WalP's. Sis.
sdr All communications
laderyFoi Sals !
The following Machinery foiining
pait of the rftnr .Mill Phiiu, will bo sold
at public auction at an e:u ly date unlos
disponed of pi eviously by piivate sale.
Pintles desiious of nuichuslng any por
tion of till-. Machinery can gut parti
culars and pi ices from the unilurslgnud:
1 28X48 Mill k eWrHn,
Pparo dear Wheel & Pinion;
I lfixSO Engine, Spare Gear Wheel As
5 MeOnle Ulaiiflers with Fitting-, -1
1 Juice Heater. 1 1 fl. long 12 In. dia
2 yx In. V. I. Cleaning I.in, 0x12x2.7;
1 ii7 Double Ltfecl, complete with
Pump & Stuj:e;
1 6x20 Galloway Boiler, complete;
1 Cxlti Tubular Holler, cump'eli-i
1 Sugar Car V iu. W. I., .IMUxU.l ; .
1 Sugar Cooler, 8:;fUlx20;
1 Sugar Cooler,- fi Um" OxiO;
2 Sujsar Cooler, -txr, 0x20;
1 Tank's in W. I .7U0sl2;
1 Steam Pump, 4 dUehurgn;
1 No, 5 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
l Lathe. 20 chuck 12 H. long, hud;
l Heavy vice,
1 Fail banks Plailonn SeiU-s, 20x2S;
Mill Uiilldlnsr, .10x150x21; and Uoiler
Phud. allcov. with Coniiguted lion;
Fire tlriek. nKo a large a'-oitment of
2nd Hand OuekB, Valve. Pipiu,
For Star Mill Co . Kniialii, Hawaii.
IN UATiV'VQVNTi PA'i B.
Is the Finest Tablo Butter sold In the
City of Honolulu.
to in: had or
Henry Davis & Oo
UtV 1 1
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
AIeo, General MtixlianJItc,
13 wn Plantation, t Jlonojulu, J3w.
Travelers by triiln or Onvciuiuont
road can secure accoiitmodiiilous and
boa nl Chai'Kos ii'iu-onahle. 002 I in
HOU.S13 with 7 rooms
mill lmlh. mi ilia cm'.
W nor of lleielaula nud Peusa-
colafcticiiU. Cars pass the door. Ap
ply at this olllee. C81 tf
WANTED at ONCE f "
xl or threo
tho corner of Fort and'Hotcl
streets, BUltnble for tin ce gentlemen for
housekeeping. Addiess -P. O. Box
No. 2U7." 5Q0 it
TO LET or LEASE
rpjIE Eesldenoo of Mrs. A.
X, Long, in Pauoa Vallny.
ftl King st., oi er J. Nott's store.
389 lm ' &.reJ3t -
TTPOAJSVJ IMA ESEyJF.
- ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
XiJSJla ol' 3TAM3SJ
Fish, Ham tfc 12jjy;,
M A3STUFA CTUltK U OF
BAILEY'S SAHSAPAEILLA &
m O m h O fe,
ami orders tsliould b nthlronsed f
BENSON, SMITH &
Having lemoved oui SOJLV. WORKS to more commodious quarter? at
(Near the Custom House)
Wo are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High.,Claes Aerated Beverages :
Plain, M, Liedii, SlwteiF of crae Sola,
Sarsapnrilla, SarEaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Uhing ONcltiftively thu HYATT PU11E WATER -SYSTEM.
.r tSci. I
r f f. ?i
:!rB nsffti pf a a m m . cu . m . m m
n ii fc-j vi h y.'i ' ' n ,i Aa mw k. vjah n u r ctq h i-a n tii urn
-.Vitiiuiii ti Itlval in Priuo & Qualify !
OnG-tliird tha Pries of the Koyal !
Syory Hoiifjekecpor Should use' It !
5,f A Saing of 33 Per Cent in Cot.t and Quality the Very Best. jg&
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
QUi'gejaiii.; ;siEt'i' m the
O Hawaiian Islands. At Chamber!,.
In the matter of the Bankruptcy of Henry
Cannon, llcfoio Mr. Justice'Dole.
Order on petition of Iiaukiupt for
dlfi'harge fiom his debts. '
Upon leading and tiling the petition
of Heiiiy Cannon, of Honolulu, Oahu,
alleging that mnin than six mouths
have elapsed ciiico lm was adjudicated
a Hankiuptand praying for dlhclmrgo
fiom nil Jilb debta.
It U ordeied that WEDNESDAY, the
ItOth dn of duly, A. D. 1600, at 10
A. m of that day at the Com t Room in
Alilolanl Hale, Honolulu, ho and is
linmliv rintllillltiwl flu llinr, nml nlnnn
, I for hearing of said petition when and
wnero an creditors uno imve proveil
their claims against said ltankrupt may
appear ami show eaiiM1, if any they
have, why the prayer of Kald Bankrupt
should not be gi anted,
And It is fill titer ordeied that not Ice
be given by mlveitUeinciu In the Daily
lluu.UTtN publlKlti'd hi said llonohilu,
for two weeks of the tlmo and place of
such healing aud that Iho Cleikoftho
.Siipieme Com t mall indices of the tlmo
and pl.u'ii of paid heailngto all cm editors
of paid U.iuktupt who have piovedtlu Ir
ilehm. Jlv lite Conn.
,T Jl. HEIST,
Dated Honolulu. July U, l&'O
- (101 aw
0. J. McCarthy
Has just received a ficsh lot ot
Give us o call.
part of tho city. j&S
Stews, Soused Pig's Feet, Etc
1 p. Ml.
n - W V KXJ '- 4
2 fj,asasu1 ii
Exclusive Agent, for tho Hawaiian Islanda.
Offer for stdo to the trade
A Fine Assortment
.SpeeiallyKclected for this mar
Milwaukee Extra Pale Bccp.
M:iwitik03 1'iUuaer Export Deer,
Wlalanil's Standard Export Beer,
In Qtmvtw fc tlnta.
rOlt SALE UY
I W. SCHMIDT k SONS,
Solo Agents for tho Hawaiian
003 Inlands, (lw
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