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Onion or Tin: llo.utn or Ukai.tii,)
lloNoi.ui.it, July :W, 18110.
The Hoaid of Health at n meolinf;
lirlil this (Into appointed
O. V. C. JONKS, K-tj.
Inspector of Milk for I he t'ily t.f
(!i:0. (. POTTKl!,
0 1!) jh Secretary.
Foreign Oilicu Notice.
roisr.m.v Oi nor.,
Honolulu, .inly til), Ih'.lO.
Ho il known to nil whom U may
concern thnt ollicial notice having
this day been communicated to this
Oopartmcnt by Mousr. U. 11. d'Ang
hide, Commissioner of ri.ince, that
MON.Slt. A. VIZZAVOXA,
11 us been appointed Chancellor of
the Consulate ,fc CommUftirhit of
Franco in lfnw.iii, in place of Monsr.
I., Bellaguot; thorofoio the said
Monsr. A. Viznvonu it, hereby ac
knowledged as such Chiini'clloi, anil
nil hia ollicial acts nic oulored to ic
coivo full faith ami eicdil by tin
authorities of (ho Government.
J. A. CUMM1XS,
Minister of Foreign A Hairs.
017 31-152 It
Wtrftrrii to anther Sect nor Party,
Hut cslablithcd for the Benefit of all.
THURSDAY, .JULY 31, 1890.
OUR EDUCATIONAL CONDITION.
'The educational condition of this
wintry, notwithstanding admitted
defects and deficiencies, is some
thing not to be ashamed of. If
comparison be made with other
lountries, and our peculiar circum
stances be allowed due weight, a
"back seat" is far from our propei
place. In the matter of private edu
cational establishments, we have
schools that would be no discredit
to the United States.. Kngland, or
any other country. Our public
.schools also compare favorably with
the public schools of other coun
tries, always keeping in mind that
most of the children are being in
structed through the medium of a
language foreign to them and whose
idiom is antipodean to theirs. The
few years last past have witnessed
if'inarkable advancement in school
matters, both as regards private in
stitutions and the Government sys
tem, and advancement is still being
achieved. These gcncinl state
ments, which can be readily sub
stantiated, arc made here as a con
tradiction of recent exaggerated
utterances calculated to create false
impressions on the minds of persons
not otherwise informed. The 15oard
of Education is mi honorary body,
with two salaiied executive olllcers,
a Secretary and an Inspector. The
country is fortunate in having at the
head of the Hoard the lion. C. II.
Dishop. That gentleman feels and
exhibits in practical ways a real and
deep interest in the education of the
youth of the nation. He gives freely
and liberally to the cause money,
time, and attention. The public
have the assurance that as long as
the present incumbent continues to
occupy the foremost position in the
bureau of education tho educational
cause will be maintained in a pro
THE LAHAINA COMPLAINT.
"A complaint from Lahaina" ap
peared in ycstei day's issue of the
Uuli.ktin. The preferrer of tho
complaint is a responsible man, and
not given to carping. He makes
out a good case. Tho district of
Lahaina is without u physician, and
sickness prevailing thgio at the pre
Hcnt time specially needs tho pre
sence, of one. Tho physician who
draws n subsidy from the Govern
ment for attending to the health of
that community is absent from tho
i;ountry by leave of the Board of
Health. It is reasonable ground for
complaint that he should have been
permitted to absent himself without
providing a substitute. The Hoard
of Health or its President committed
a serious blunder in allowing any
thing of the kind. If the physician
wished, for the sake of health, or
for any other reason, to take a trip
abroad, ho should havo provided
someono to take his place in tho
lueantimo, or have resigued his ap
pointment from the tiovernment.
Such Is tho nature of a physician's
tUillea that ho cannot bo nt titiy llmo
absent without tlic possibility of Ills
presence being needed. Jn this par
titular insUuiee there have been pc
ciiil demands for lii sen ices, and in
one ease a physician has been bent
for all the wny to Honolulu. To be
sure, it is not in the power of the
llonrd of Health to prevent any man
absenting himself if he desire, hut
the Hoard can insist that he shall
not do so without cither providing a
substitute or relinquishing connec
tion v. 1th tho Oovcinment. In the
l.ahnina caso, it appeals to bo the
duty of the Hoard to send a physi
cian there at the earliest possible
opportunity, provided one can be
Km ton I'.ii.i.ktix :
It would appear to an onlooker
here, thnt the Advertiser is very
much woiked up in regard to Hop.
Marques and the Postmaster-Generalship.
What is the Advertiser
afraid of? Is not Hep. Marques
much more competent to fill the
olllce both by education and experi
ence with the outside world, than
any of the dough-lliekers behind the
Advertiser? For my part, I think
Hep. Marques is just the man for
the olliee; hut unfortunately lor
himself lie owns no plantation stock,
and sleeps too far outside of that
narrow circle of family compact
beauties, for tho good of the public,
and a great sin to himself according
to Advertiser ethics, therefore must
be downed.. Om:i.
LONC SINCE DISCOVERED.
We are glad that "Hope" in Ad
vertiser of July SO has at last dis
covered some good in R. W. Wil
cox. Every fair, just man not blind
ed by prejudice, has long since dis
covered excellent qualities in him.
After being a ward of the nation for
years, we know what his treatment
was when ho returned to his home,
and which soured him aud made
him an imitator of tho rioters of
1887, with this difference, that he
and his iollowcrs were on their own
ground, while the former were sim
ply on the color line. The motto of
the good is to raise their fellowmen,
not depress ar.d crush them, buch
treatment has not been accorded to
It. W. Wilcox. "Fair play is a
jewel," but a scarce commodity in
this community of late.
LITTLE LORD FAUHTLEROY.
Snncrl) IrrHCntation of flic Ileautl
Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett's
dramatization of her charming storv,
"Little Lord Kanntlcroy," was pre
sented on tho boards of the ltoyal
Hawaiian Opera House last night,
with the following cast of charac
ters: Ea:l of Doiincoiut . ...
. .. Mr. Henry lid iy.i ids
Mr. H.iveisham (Solicitor) .
Mr. Hairy (iatcs
Mr. Hnbhs (CJiocer)
. Mr. Hairy U. Hell
Iliggius (Pnimcr).Mr. D'Oiscy Ogdcn
Dick (Bcol-bluck) .Air. Chan. .Leslie
Thomas (Footman).Mr. I J. Wall.icc
Mrs. Eirol Mii-s Ethel Winlluop
Minna (An Adventuicss). . . .
.Miss Helen Couiluey
Maiy (An liish Domestic). .
... Mr.". Hopkins
Ccdiie Errol (Little Lord Fauntlc-
iov) Miss Grade Hopkins
Mr. Edwards, Mrs. and Miss Hop
kins, and Miss Winthrop belong to
a "Lord Kanntlcroy" company, and
they stayed over from the through
hteamer fioni the Colonies to give
the play here. Their support was
by members of the Tivoli Gaiety
Company that lias just finished a
season at the local theatre.
There was a line audience, com
prising much of the wealth and
fhshion of the town, and requiring
extra seating accommodation. Their
Majesties the King and Queen,
Princess Liliuokalani, lions. .1. O.
Domiuis and A. S. Clcghorn, and
Col. G. W. Macfarlane, II. M.'h
Chamberlain, occupied the royal
box, and Col. Spreckcls' box oppo
site was occupied by that gentleman
and Mrs. Spreckcls', and lion, and
Mrs. Win. G. Irwin.
Miss Winthrop was the first of
the prominent characters to appear,
and the grace and dignity of her
entry elicited a ripple of applauso
before a word was spoken. Through
out the play she carried herself with
that ladi'like repose and womanly
independence which characterizes
the original "Mrs. Krrol" of the
Miss Gracie Hopkins in tho title
rolo had to face the player's disad
vantage of having to realize thu
highest expectations. No greater
pruiso can Lo awarded her than that
she disappointed nobody where
everybody expected a veritable mar
vel. In many of the situations of
the piece tho little actress, who is
only eleven years of oge, hi ought
vividly to mind, not only tho pic
tures given by the artist in tho book,
but the almost angelic ideal of
child love, kindness, and grace
which is the soul of tho story. In
the little lord's interviews with
"Dcaiest," tho grocer, the boot
black, tho Karl, the distressed tenant,
etc., Gracie's talk and action wero
delightfully natural and naive.
Mr. Henry Edwards gave n grand
personation of tho gruff nnd im
placable old Earl in carriage,
action, and speech, There was not
&AXUX BTJhhUWm l HOftOkUkU, R, tu
a tvcuk point rilsrovornliln In bin re
prcscnlntlou from beginning to end.
It Is enough to say that lie sustained
his lino reputation. Ilo and Orach'
were called befoi'c tho ciulnin at the
clo?o of the second act.
The suppoilersi did themselves
great ctedit, gUing perfect satisfac
tion on veiy slioit preparation. Mis
0011111103 played the part of the ad
venturess with raro skill, enhancing
the favorable name she secured with
the Tivoli company. Mr. Hairy
Gates added to his" popularity by a
t efinod performance of tlietolicttor's
part. "Ilobbs the grocer wa
tendered by Mr. II. Hell inn. way to
provoke merriment whenever he
moved or "poke, "lliggins," the
English Icniut, farmer, had only :i
brief tenure, but as loproscnted by
Mr. D'f)rey Ogdcn made an excep
tionally lino piece of acting. Mr.
Wnlkieedid the "footman" up brown
with very comical pomposity.
Very elegant furniture from llopp
& Co.'s store comprised tho stage
littings. The play will he repeated
this evening, when thorough enjoy
ment to alfgocrs is assured. It is
a piny lint the children should sec
His Majesty the King gnve a re
ception and luou at tho l'al.ico this
looming in honor of tho anniversary
of the rc.stoialiou of Hawaiian inde
pcmli'iicc. Auction Sales by Ls?is J. Levey.
JMerwriioii Sale !
On SATURDAY, Aiig
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. 31..
1 will sell nt Public Auction, at my
Salesrooms, for account of w bom
It may concern.
Markod H, in diamond; l:
Xo. (128 1 case containing .".0 Doami
Xo. M- 1 c.t-c containing '2i Do.ou
Miiroi.x. 2-8: 20 Doen .Minois.
Xo 02il 1 cue containing 7rl: Pocn
D.uungod on voyage of iuinnilatlon ex
bulk "AtlonU'" tinni llicini'ii lo Hono
lulu. Terms Cash in U S. Gold Coin.
I! 10 2t
:ar, Rice & Ooa
I Ol SALT m
II. Uf. SCRUB! k mi
111 9 1
PETER tlie &HEAT !
Heamsiilii C!iip.!ion of
Will it! i ivr liv ihij Sioaiiier
' ami will
Give an Exhibition
at i in:
HAWAIIAN OPESA HOUSE
Bay- Prices of itdniWalon n.s iixiihI.
Tlokot to he had ,il ih door.
DU. DAY'S olllco will ho cIohuiI from
July 22ml lo AllgllBt 1, 16f)0.
DURING thu absence of W. C. I'oa
eiick from this Kingdom, 0. A.
Tcnoock will dgu for us under full
power of attorney.
w. o. pr.Acocic & co.
Honolulu, July 111, JrtiiO. ill I). 'It
HAVIXO sold Ibo Steamer "Walina
nalo" I wish all bills against said
vessel, to date, to bo piesenled to mu
for pn mont. All accounts against the
Schooners "Allka," "Hcehi," "Rob
Hoy" and Steamer "Viva,"' lo dale,
will jileaso also bo lu-cseiited for pay
four vessels must bo ucrompiiuied by un
written order or they will not bo paid,
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, July 31, ISOO, fil'JiU
mwmwwmfm titimniFtemMiumm fflirw
nrj -i.ii.ji.i. i''"''''';,rr"'"'''"'T?fT
Anollon Sales by James I Morgan,
l, inul lord's Suit or
&oods & Chattels
Distrained for llio Xon-payinenl of
1 nin hisli noted by Peter Kci utunlez
to hell at Public Auction
On THURSDAY, Aug. 71 li,
XT 10 O'CLOCK A. 51.,
Of aaul dny, at my Salesroom, Qutcn
street, ITonolulu, the following des
cribed Goods fc Chattels of Ah I-ai, a
late tenant of fald Peter Eernnmliv, at
Knpalnma, detrained for aricara of rent
and having been held the statntoiy
length of time by the said Peter Ker
iuiikW, viz: 1 Cooking Stove, 2 Show
Cnsca, 4 Tables. 1 Coffee Machine and
oilier Wares, Goorts and Chattels and
Effects of nld Ah Lai taken from his
toie on King lrcct, at said Kupahuiia.
Honolulu, July 11, IMMI.
J AS. P. AIOKGAN,
012 Lit Auctioneer.
Executor & Truster's Sale of
n in it
ms, uuic in
l!y dlicctlon of OKCHi UllOWX. Kx
cciiior ifcTiustee of llio Last Will and
Testament of Philip Milton, deceased,
1 am dhcetud to sell at Public Auction,
Oil SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At the Farm House In Palolo Valley,
Honolulu. Onliii, all the following
dociibed Property, suitable
for Kauch purioes:
1st All that land containing an men
nf IMH.? acres and situate In Kli:ihuln
niLi.un ii i m,,l.ii..f !.'A.... nnl...
jiiiu ,, iuiiiiir-ii,i, inu n-, in iviiu.i, '.iiui,
and being the eamo lircinlses conveyed
to tho saul Philip Milton by the Trus
tees of the Ktatc of V. C. l.uualilo.
2nd AH that land containing an area
of nine acres bituale in Palolo Valley,
and being the same premises conveyed
to tho sniil Philip Milton liy Uifolda
Shernian. Thib properly has a largo
reservoir upon it, which supplies the
lower lands with water for lice cullUa
tinti, tho leservoir Is 180 fathom squaio
and has a depth of M feet, and cost In
die neighborhood of 510,000.
Ilrd All that land containing an area
of 110 iiukm and situate at Klpuhnlii,
Oahu. The' two larger Uacts In Kipa
huln and Watalae-lkt are fenced with
good Mono walls and in f uclng di
vides them fiom propei ty now hi pos
sesion of O. 1. leciihcrg and used for
Also at the lame time and place the
l.ea-c from the lluunllau Cioveui
ment. of 11' acres of laiuN, known as
Ivipnbl, vearlv rciual $220, expires
.liiiioil, mm. a poitlon of this laud
f!l acres) snliiet lo a Chinaman for lice,
for $00 a j ear.
I.ea.e from Commissioner of Crown
Lands, of lands Hnnwn ia Walomao and
Piikcle. nica (MO acies, vearlv iciilnl
g585, li-a-.n i:pires Jan. 1,"1601.
Lvdc from T. W. Pauahi, of 111
acres of land of Keldo, ye, irl ient.il
300. A pouion of this' land under
cultivation of i ice by Cblne.io, who have,
payed 31000 a year, the leservoir np
plving most ot'tlie water, lease evpiiec
in duly, ISJOJ.
l.cao from IT. K. II. L!liuol;nlaiil.
of land known ns ICuauwcloa, 211 acics,
ycaily rental :W, lease cpbes in May,
Lease from D. W. Pnnahl, of laud of
Kokio, nliout 500 acics. vearly rental
V2C0, lease expbes Oct., Ih9l.
Lease from Hawaiian Government, of
land of Waahlla, 180 nero, ycarlv rent
al 200, lease expires in Aug., 1H09.
T.eapo from Trustees nf lilshop relate
of Waahila, 801) aeici, vcaily rental
200, lease expires August", 1800
Lease from K. ICawal nlul Kcktuii of 2
pieces of land in 'Walauuui and UeKlo
'iyx act es, yearly rental $21, len-e im
plies In August, ISOfl.
Tho lands of Waulilla -ISO acies are
now brluping a rental under an uunii'
ment with Portuguese of SfiOO a jenr.
There are about 8 acie.s of taro alinnst
ilpe which will bo sold with the land
upon which It Is grow big
The Income from Oranges, Limes,
Coffee, Etc., and Paspirago have
amounted to about 100 a year.
The property above set forth has a
hiborer'H house, slaughter homo ami
other ranch buildings upon them, and 2
Also at tho niuo time ami place about
400 Head of Cattle,
00 Milch Cow.s, Fovea Pair of 'Woikiiig
Oxen, also fi Hoie.s, 0 Mores and i
Colts, Ox Cart, Saddles and Urldlcs,
Yokes, elo , etc.. ami other utensils and
propei ty used upon a well appointed
ITThe Piopeily can ho Inspected at
any time. For fuilliurpaitlculius apply
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or, to Ckcii, Dnmv.v.
Kxoonlorifc Trustee. fifiO lm
I for so Stray oil !
with whlto face,
htrayed on Thursday
nlirlif. A Hiillfilile re-
-SjJ.. Ward will bo nald to
tho party icturnimr him to Y, V. Ilru
nor nt the Eiiglo House. CM tf
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
rpim Celebrated Hui-
naudonh" will stand
thU season u the
tenns SSO. For finlher pawiciilars
apply nt tho PnJiy. fiSlStn
J0L7 81, 1W.
GaB'k Assets, : : : : :
RICHARD A. HeUURDY, President.
tSr I''or full particulars apply to
Cofl'ee, Ton, Chocolate i Milk,
Slcaks, Chops, Fish, Hum
irirnnarrii in i iiiiik wiiiaMar MTGKrnmmnjviAsmKmvw&Kjsi3FmLretGaatx b innii t.- . m1(IiJLm. ju n jl i. -jhtm
TAHSTi s LEIONADE,
Sole Propriotoi'3 of BAILEY'S SABSAPAEILLA & IRON WATER,
GiDfiir Me, Him Ale, ernalini, lilpysie, Sarsaprilla, Mineral f aievs, Etc.
csy All coiiiuHinleatiouB
Punahou Preparatory School,
Honolulu, H, I.
Sclioolj Open fir tt3 Niv;
Scptcmbi a, 1C00.
tST Addioi nil leltei nf inquiry or
npplleutloiH to the nnderplgned Secre
taiy of the Board nf Tmstce.-,
Hoiiuhilii,.lnly '2."i, l.sOO. (J15 lw
Has Inst urilvcd from Europe
H. W. SGHIIOT k SONS.
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Alto, General Uerchaaillse,
Ewn I'lantatlon, i Ilonolnhi, JJwn.
Trnvclera by train or Government
toad can securo accommodations nnd
boaid. Charges reasonable. r,02 1 n
SATLOR'S Restaurant, No. Ofi Hotel
street, has been bought out by tlio
Bee Cliong Co., and on account of ln
crcaped business, tho premises adjoin
ing tho restaurant havo been taken and
turned Into it private dining room. TJio
See Chong Co. will conduct a llrst
class icstaurnnt and expeel u cnod
t-haio of publlo patronago.
Signed: AH OIIIJN,
it , CHONG HINO,
Memhbi'H nf the See Chong Co.
OH w n
l .v!.. '.v.r. . . rt.j
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II 1 m O L sJ
Issued uv tub
CT.ZL.re CT eS-.&:.EElrJ?.
ALWAYH ON HAND AND TO OKDER
Pies, Buns, Rolls,
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
And will be DELIVERED FI5F.R of 01IAHGE to any
liTJL.1 oi' FAKISs
n. in. to 1 p. m. S5$1
TSLEPH - OK 297.
nnrt orders should bo ail dressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Huving icmoxtd dim tjuiA WORKS to muru conimodious quartern nt
(Near the Custom House)
Wo an) ii.iv pn-puiMl lo furnit.ii at short notice, nnd of prime ciuulllv, any
ol ibc following High Class Aerated Beverages:
Plain Swfifit T.nmnn fitpnuThrni nu Pimnin
aiuiu, uuuui, uumuH, uuunuuiij ui ulUiilu D
Sfirsnpnrilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Uhing exclusively ihu HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
Without a Rival
One-third tho Prioo of tho
A Saving ofUS lcr Oeul in Coat
Fresh Butter !
IN HALP.l'OUND l'AVB.
Is tlie Finest Tablo Butter noli! In Urn
City of Honolulu.
to m: Mill of
Henry Davis & Co.
Powell's Baggngo Exiiress,
Xrny or AViikoh.
Furniture moving ft spculnlitv. Hug
gage delivered with promptness and
ciuo to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King nnd Bethel streets. Hell Tele
plione -170, Jtutusl Telephone 37.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
purl of the city, gjr
Slews, Soued lig' Foet, Etc.
in Prlco & Quality !
Housekeeper Should Use It !
nnd Quality tho Very Host.
., , ,.,'':r"j
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
E.fcliiBivo Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
0. J. McCarthy
Has just received a fresh lot of
c''1 Give ns a call. ow
rnilE irawnilau Construction Co, will
X not bo responsible for nuy bllln
contracted In their name without u
wiltten order signed cither by D.
Peterson or J. II. Oat.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Hawaiian Conitrnctlon Co.
Honolulu, July U, issp. COS m
fe4 i.Jtj&v,'."St-ilt . ,- JAA3Ja.-isi,&siia,i.4