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OrncE op Ttm Hoard ov Heauh,)
Honolulu, July 0, lbQO. 5
Tho Board oHIealth at n meeting
hold this date appointed
G. W. C. J ONES, RQ,
lipertnr of Mill: for tin.- City of
GEO. C. POTTER,
C19 3t Secretary.
Foreign Oflicc Notice.
FoKKtON 01 TfCK, )
Honolulu, July 29, 1890. )
Bo it known to all whom it may
concern that official notice having
this day been communicated to this
Department by Monsr. O. B. d'Ang
lade, Commissioner of France, that
MONSll. A. VIZZAVONA,
Has 'been appointed Chancellor of
tho C0.1sul.1te & Commissariat of
Trance in Hawaii, iu place of Monsr.
L. Bollugucl; therefore tliu buhl
Monsr. A. Vizznvona is hereby ao
'knowlcdged as such Chancellor, and
all his official acts .110 ordered to re
ceive full faith and ctcdit by the
authorities of the Government.
J. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
017 3t-152 It
Pledged lo neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1890.
It was not Rep. Kalua, but Rep.
White, who declined to sign cither
report of the Judiciary Committee
on the Third Judicial Circuit bill.
Bermuda with less than 20,000
population, one-third white, bonded
in London for enough money to lay
a submarine cable to Halifax, ncaily
one thousand miles distant. The'
cable steamer is named the West
meath after the principal bondholder,
and she successfully performed the
work a few weeks since.
About all that need be said in re
ply to the Advertiser's editorial,
headed "Minister Thurston and Lord
Salisbury," in which it is said that
the Bulletin "is never less happy,
never more eccentric than in its dis
quisitions on English constitutional
law," is that if our contemporary
means by "constitutional law" the
usages, customs, and methods of
procedure of the British Parliament,
the Bulletin writers are 'familiar
with those subjects from actual and
practical experience, and may there
fore be presume'd to 'know some
thing of them, whereas tho Advef
tiser knowa nothing in that direction
beyond what its editors have gleaned
from reading, and seldom says any
thing relative thereto without exhi
biting its ignorance. The point of
our article is missed entirely, which
was this, that the Speaker of the
English House of Commons made a
ruling adverse to the Ministry, and
the Ministry submitted with good
grace; but when the r resident of
the Hawaiian Legislature ruled
against the Ministry, aud was cer
tainly right in the ruling, whether it
was withdrawn or not, the Ministry
rebelled, Btigmatising the ruling as
OUR FOREIGN ADVICES.
A letter too long for this issue has
been received from our SanFrancisco
correspondent, recording tho death
of the Sugar Trust. It quotes a
New York despatclvof July 23 stat
ing that J. E. Searlcs, jr., treasurer
of tho Trust, said a suit had been
brought in Brooklyn in the name of
the trustees, asking that they be
authorized to wind up the trust and
dispose of tho property in their
hands for the benefit of the certifi
cate holders. Our correspondent
disagrees with tho view of des
patches, which has been adopted by
San Francisco papers, that this ac
tion of the trustees is an attempt to
ward the reorganization of the Trust
under the laws of New York State.
Ho holds that tho suit is to secure a
decree of dissolution. It is surmis
ed that tho aim of the trustees is to
scoop in the Trust property under
the forced sales that would ensue on
the granting of tho application. In
3uch a caeo the outsiders would have
no redressi as the Trust was not in
corporated and kept no records or
books. ; An addition to tho letter on
the latest dato modifies our corres
pondent's foregoing comments, on
tbe strength of ft tfew Votk doa
P'lldi of July 25. This atajes Hint
the trustees bnd undo ptitlioa cir
cular sent out to eoi Ullcato holders
in connection with lltb proposed ic
organization of Hit- company. Tho
circular states that the judicial de
cision makes it nrcossary that the
trustees terminate th ur trust, and,
in order that the business bo reor
ganized in accordance with, the
limits laid down by the Court of Ap
pculiL, the Trust proposes that Theo
doieHavemeyer, P. O. Mnthltarn,
J. B, Thomas, J. E. Searlcs Jr. Mid
J. A. Sturzbcrg, together with such
bankers aq they may select, be a
committee to lorm a new organiza
tion for tho purpose of protecting
the certificate holders. They havo
selected tho Central Trust Company
as depositors for the certificates
pending tho reorganization.
1 fail to see a strong argument in
favor of 1 educing the age of com
pulsory pchool attendance of child
1011 to thirteen instead of fifteen
years, i no only plea advanced by
tho proposers of tho measure was
that Portuguese with largo families
needed the earnings and help of
Under the present school laws,
children attending public schools
can be hired to do any honest work
a number of hours every day in the
week, excepting the Sabbath. The
pioposersof the new scheme which
happily for the country was "sat
on" so hard it can't revive inside of
two years can easily get children
to work on their plantations by ap
plying to their respective district
school authorities according to the
Fifteen years ago it was no un
common sight to flud the school room
regularly vacated at twelve, and,
with the teacher for the luna, the
school, boys and girls, working
away in cane fields till 5 p.m., at
two cents an hour per pupil. I be
lieve this course, which oneo was
the practice, was condemned be
cause it interfered with the studies,
or, at least, it never did suit the1
ideas of our newly imported but pio
Perhaps if our schools were
taught in tho mother language of
the large majoiity of our school
children, i.e., Portuguese and Ha
waiian, the proposed measure would
do little or no injury, but when a
dilfieult foreign language is being
taught it is almost like compelling
the lower classes of our citizens to
remain in their ignorance.
During my experience only ten
years at school teaching in the
country districts, I found native
children do not begin to intelligent
ly comprehend their English studies
till well iridic eighth year of their
ages. Can Portuguese children learn
the strange language sooner? My
experience is, they are slower, less
apt, than the Hawaiian.
The proposer of the scheme stated
on the floor of tho House his motives
were the public good, not personal
inlerest,,yet he was directly interest
ed in sugar plantations, the only
place where so many boys (as the
law proposed would free) could get.
Another supporter of the measure
depicted the boyhood trials of Abra
ham Lincoln, and argued, "com-,
pulsory education was unnecessary
to develop worthy men," yet, Lin
coln himself with his hard earned
experience never advised his coun
trymen to treat their sons as ho had
been treated, and, however gieatly
he wished his son to become worthy,
he never even attempted to put m
his sons' way a little of the priva
tions he had once endured.
I do not Bee, and never saw, a
danger in compelling children to at
tend school till they aie fifteen.
With our mixed population it is de
sirable, for many reasons, manifest
to any thinking man, that children
should attend school till their fif
teenth year. Our School Inspector
is my authority for saying "the
nine years' of school attendance
now to be had only carries the gicat
majority of the children, Portuguese
and Hawaiian, through the fourth
into the fifth year course of study
prescribed by the Board of Educa
THE COLORED CHAMPION.
Peter JackBon, the colored heavy
weight champion, with his trainer,
Sam Fitzpatrick, arrived by the Ma
riposa this morning en route for
Australia. When the Mariposa
reached the Oceanic dock the wharf
was crowded with persons eager to
see the lighter. Mr. Job. Welsh
boarded the steamer as soon as
possible and greeting Mr. Jackson
introduced him ,to members of tho
press. Mr. Jackson looked in good
health and in conversation and man
ners was very gentlemanly. When
the heuvyweight landed on tho dock
ho wus immediately surrounded by
an enormous crowd of admirers who
followed him to his carriage, and as
tho lighter was leaving tho vessel ho
was applauded by the paascngors,
and In recognition tho champion
lifted his hat. At eight o'clock this
evening, at tho Opera Houpo, under
tho direction of Mr. Jas. Welsh, a
sparring exhibition will bo given be
tween Jackson and his trainer, ns
sisted by local talent.
The mail sent to Sun Fiancieco by
tho B. B. Australia AugiiBt 1 consist
ed of 5712 letters and 1092 papers.
Blaine Keeping Up His Fight
Against Free Sugar,
San Fiuxcisco, July 25.
'Senator Halo lm come out strong
in favor of Blnino's l.'ulprocily
policy and the conmry generally fa
swinging into line. Tho fight for
the South Ameilcan maikot is where
Maine's strength lies, and it is
quite probable thM n compromise
may bo arranged. This is what
may be expected if the following
despatch is to be accepted as an in
dication of the Administration's
"New York, July 22. The Sun's
special from Washington says:
President Harrison has drafted a
message to Congress urging the
adoption of Blaine's reciprocity
scheme, but on broader terms and
with a scope far more extensive than
has been advocated by tho Secre
tary of State. It can be stated
authoritativel that a rough draft of
tho message has been written and is
now in the President's desk.
"Both Senators Aldiich and Mor
rill of tho Senate Finance Commit
tee have bacomc converted to
Blaine's doctrine recently, nnd they
have added their influence to that
of the Secictary of State.
It may be noted that Senator Al
drieh has always been favoiable to
tho reciprocity doctrine, therefore,
is no new convcit. Senator Mor
rill, however, may have been brought
over to modified free trade, but tho
probabilities are against this. If it
should turn out to be the case it is
tin indication that ultra-protection
is played out in America.
The debate on the Tariff bill
yesterday in the Senate was very
hot, and a motion to refer it to the
Finance Committee to leport a new
bill to reduce the revenue and
equalise taxation is pending. Tbe
attempt to pass a "gag" rule failed,
and the utmost latitude in debate is
to be allowed. The bill cannot get
through Senate it is thought beforo
tho end of August.
Secretary Blaine has again fired
hot shot into the McKinley bill. In
reply to a letter from Senator Frc
he gives his reasons for the assur
ance of Spain's willingness to enter
into reciprocal arrangements of
trade with the United States. The
telegraphed extracts irom Mr.
Blaine's letter aie enclosed for pub
lication in full.
Auction Sales by Lwls J. Levey.
On MONDAY, Aug. 4th,
AT 1S4 O'CLOUU SOOS,
I will cull at Fublio Auction, at my
600 Rags Golden Gate Flow.
LEWIS J. liEVEY,
021 It Auctioneer.
Special Sale Gf
AT 1 O'CLOCK SODS.
I will sell at Public Auction, nt my
rtbls Salmon & Salmon Bellies,
Kits Plg'a Feet,
Kegs Batter Cases Pilot Bread,
2.Csks Whittaker Hams
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
C21 It Auctioneer.
Front ltoom at No.
Adams Lane. 021 lw
Bis ni urclc-D onlcm nl .
ALLK Deutsche, WolohoZurEhiTleh
tiinK Ues Nutlonal-Denkmals fur
den Fiirsten von Bismarck in Bei'llu
bcliutragcu wunschen, wcnlou orsuuht,
ctwalgo Bcitracgo fur dicscii Zwcclc an
das untetclchiieto ICnnsulat nuszii
Saeiuiutlichu Gabon werden untcrBol
fugunK der Uuttiagnllstcn 1111 (his Ccn
liul Uomllo hi Beilin iibcrmlttelt wer
den, KAisEitucir Deutsoiies Koksulat.
Honolulu, 7 Jul), 18H0. liO'J St
THIS Is to ccitlfy that I havo thin day
sold to N. F. Burgess, of Uouo
lulu, all my right, titlo and Intcicstln
tho Now Hawaiian Directory for 18UC
01. Any communications to, or orders
for tho Dhcctoiy will receive prompt
attention If addressed to Q. W. Bur
Kesx, ot Benson, Smith & Co.
liy older. J.O.LANE,
'Honolulu, July 31,-1S'J0.
J4IUJIUI Jltl4IU III LSJIVUIUI V
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL 28 columiiB, purcl local mutter
Mailed to foieigu coiiuiriun, $5 par
fsGlden Sate Fl
Auction Sales ay Junes F. Morgan,
On TUESDAY, Aiuruut fitli,
at vi oTi.ocic xtut:;,
Hon. J. I. Voett, Queen strict,
I will sell at Public Auction,
3 TMT XJ tf-a IS Si
tSTTlie Colts 01 c from O001I Ilrood
Muros, aud the Slides are from the
Celebrated Jaok "Bluteher."
MO KG AX.
Landlord's Sale or
Goods & Chattels
Distrained for tho Xon-pnyineiit of
I am histuicted by Peter Fernandez
to sell at Fulillc Auction
On TIIUltSDAY, Aug. 7 Hi,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. St.,
Of said dny, nt my Salesroom, Queen
street, Honolulu, the following des
cribed Good & Cliattols ot Ah Jail, n
lute tenant of sild Peter Fernandez, at
Kiipahunn, dltiniiicd for an ears of rent
and having been held the statutory
length of time by the said Peter Kcr
luiiiile, 1.: 1 Cooking Stove, 'J Show
Cases, -I Tables 1 Coffuc Machine and
other Wares, Goods and Chattels and
Effects ot Siiiit Ah Lai taken from his
stoie on King street, at said Kapalama,
Honolulu, July II, ISOO.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
G12 l:U Auctioneer.
Just 1 he Thing for Bi'ealcfast
ST" For .sale
at all leading grocc-
MITCJIELL & PETERSON',
010 S. T. Agents. 12t
f S TSIK KUI'RKaiB COUltT
JL 01 tho Hawaiian lslaniU. In the
mutter of tho Bitnkmjitcy of Dnnj;
Fat of Hani, Maui, uguiust wlimn 11
Petition for adjudication usw died on
the 7iu 1hv of July, )6i0, hi tuid Court
liefoic Chief Juoiice uidd.
TheSOih day ir July. lFOfl
Upon n-adiiiR t!ie8iid Petition, and
upon proof before me taken, I do find
tlint the said Dong Fat Imi Ikcoiiio u
lUnkiunt wlihin the tnio intent and
meiinlng of tbo Act approved on llic
SUthdiiyof Aofjust, 18B1, entitled An
Act to regulate )roeecding in Dank.
luprCy in tho Iluwaiiau IslainU."
iVii'i I do hereby declare and adjudgo
him HanKrupt accordingly.
And I do further ordir that tho Credi.
tors of tho said Dmkrupt come in nnd
provo thi'ir debts beforo Mich Justico of
the Supreme Couit us rlinll be Hitting in
Chambers at Aliiokiul Hale, Honolulu,
on the fith day of August, 18!)0, be
tween tho hour3of 10 o'clock In the fore
nnon and noon of the imii! day, nnd elect
one or moro Assignee or Ausignees of
tho said Bankrupt's estate,
And that notice thereof ho puhlibhcd
In tlie (hlncsa newspaper published in
Honolulu, in the Chinee lnncunge, and
in tliu 1)ati,v-11uli,etin ihtco timea
And that the snlil Bunltni)t nhnll
immediately lUo with tho Olerk of this
Moaoinhlc Court ii Bchnlulo pt his IV
dllors and Atitts, as reiiuired by iho
suld Act A. F .IUDD,
Chief Justico of ihn Hupicinu Couit.
Delicious Ico Cream!
LUDWIQSEN & ORON, "Dicwer
Block." Hotel Btreot, wish to lu
foim tho public that they aio now pre
paied to furnish Pine Tee Cieum In
any quantity. Wo guarantee our Ieo
Cream to bo flrst-class, and hope to se
cuiouialr shaic of public patronage.
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
ITM10 Celebrated Ri.u
S nine; Stallion "She
nandoah" will stand
this season nt tho
-S- Woodlawit Dalrv:
terms 8C0. For further panlcnlars
apply ot tlm Daliy. fifi.r ihn
ART CLASSES ! ""
MIt. Allen Hutchinson holds a class
In urddelllngvat his studio, N1111
anu avenno, every Tuesday and utui
day. For partloulais apply ''Dell Tele
phono 521. 007 lm
RICHARD A. McOBRDY, Prcstilcnt.
KiT" For full particulars apply to'
. 23. iJROi'JE,
L JLUi; S JUL.
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
fiJS?" And will be DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any'
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate & Milk,
Ste.ika, Chops, Fish, Hum &. Eggp,
J N a ,r? Sftir Set m ft B
Sole Proprietoro of BAILEY'S SAESAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Glienr All, Hob A!e, SresaOiae, SaisrmSe, Sarsspl, Mineral nm, Etc.
zssr All communications and orders should bo addressed, to
Punahou Preparatory Scliool,
Honolulu, H. I.
These Schools Open fcr Iho N:w Yoar
St-Blcrnlivr 8, 1890.
t Address all lelteis of miytihyur
applicntioiis to (lie utidersigiicU .Score
taiy of the Hoard of Tiustees
W. O. SSILTU,
Honolulu, July 25, 1800.
JIns just arrived from Europe
1 w. s
KONG WO CHAF,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Iho, General Huciatidiso,
Ewn Plautatlon, i Honolulu, Ewu.
Travelers by train or Government
road can securo aeconiuiodalloiii and
boaid. Charges leasonablc. G02 lm
SATLOH'8 Itestaiinnt, No. CC notel
street, has been bought out by the
Beo Chong Co., and on aecount of iu
cieiiKed business, the premises adjoin
ing the restaurant havo been taken and
tinned Into a pilvate dining room. Tim
Beo Chong Co. will conduct . 11 llrst
class lestaiiraut and expect a good
sumo of public patiouaeo.
Signed: All CHUN,
, CIIONG IUNO,
Members of the See Chong Co.
ISSUED BY THE
OF IS'liYW YORK
WCJTJ A.W O SsS'JTJKL'EIMr.a?.
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
:' t vysier
II'OIHL XXZi3J . Ml. tO
s, Pies, Buns, Bo!is,
BENSON. SMITH & CO..
Having removed our S01A WORKS to more commodious quarters at
(Near thn Custom Uouse)
We aro now prcpauil to furnieh at short notice, and of'prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages :
Pin, Sweet, Loin, Sirwtey or Cra Sofia,
Snrsaparilla, SnrEaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLSSTER & CO.,
FOUTNTREKT. ::::: Il11ivm.111.11
6iPl IIU8S" MlfiSJP OHMIIlEli'l
Without a Rival in Price & Quality !
One-third tho Price of tho Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
flDS" A Saving of 33 Per Cont in Cost and Quality tho Very Best. gfj
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
Fresh Butter !
IN HALF-POUND PAVS.
Is the Finest Tabjo Butter sold In tho
City of Honolulu.
TO 11K HAD OF
Henry Davis & Co.
Powell's Baggngo Express,
3i-ay or "Watjon. ,
Fiirnltuio moving a speciality. Bng
gngo delivered with promptness and
cine to any part of city. Stand, ecu her
of King aud Bethel streets. Bull Tele
phono 470, Mutual Telephone 07,
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
part of tho city.
oiews, csonseu 1'ig'a tfett, Etc.
X p. Ml.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian iHlandB,
0. J. McCarthy
Has just received a fresh lot of
cfls1 Give us a call. 2w
rpnE Hawaiian Construction Co. will
X not be lesponsiblo for any hills
contracted In their name without a
wilttcn order nlgned either by D. 1.
l'eteisonor J. 31. Oat.
B. F. DILLINGHAM.
Manager Hawaiian Consti notion Co.
Honolulu, July 11, 1800. C03 lw