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DAILY BULLETIN : HONOLULU, H. JM ADftlUS 4, WHO.
rr j.t n
riadftd to riathtr Seet nor Irty,
lint established far the hnflt of nil
MONDAY, AUGl'ST I, 18i)0.
The United States FlnRshlp
Charleston, Hying Hie lb of Hour
Admiral George Drown, will prob
ably take hor departure from Ha
waiian waters on Thursday next.
Vhe will sail under sealed oiders,
and get to t.ea befmo imeerlnlning
destination. The Charleston has
been here a little over two months,
and such are the relations between
her people and tlie people ashore
that we shall all hope for her return,
and that her absence may be short.
Tlio Admiral, captain, ollleers, and
crow certainly leave wiih the kindly
aloha of Honolulu.
A the matter of school uge, or
the ago to which children should be
compelled to attend school in this
kingdom, has been lately under dis
cussion in the Lcjjinlatnro, and con
tinues to he discussed in the com
munity, a little outline information
here following respecting the prac
tice in other countries is seasonable.
In New South Wales, the Public
Instruction Act ot 1880 piovides
that "after the expiration of three
month! from the passage of this Act
ii. shall bu obligatory upon the pa
tents or guardians of all children be
tween the ages of six and fourteen
years, (unless just cause of exemp
tion can be shown), to cause such
children to attend school for a period
of not less than seventy days in
each half-year. But any of the fol
lowing reasons shall be held to be a
just cuusoof exemption. (I) That
the child is being regularly and efli
ciently instiuctnd in some other
manner. (2) That tire child has
been unable to attend school from
(iickness or infirmity or from fear
of infection or other unavoidable
cause. (3) That there is no school
maintained under this Act within
two miles by the nearest road of the
residence of the child. (1) That
the child has been educated up to
the standard of education required.
When any child attending a public
school has been educated up to the
standard of education required by
the Act, Biich child shall receive a
certificate of release."
In England, according to 15.
Laishlc', Esq., "attendance is not
enforceable against n child of 10
years or upwards, who ha? obtain
ed n certilicate of proficiency or of
previous due attendance at a 'certi
fied efficient school,' or who is em
ployed and attending school' in ac
cordance with the Factory Acts or
of any bye-law mentioned in the
clause of the statute according the
the exemption." E. Act 18VC.
"The compulsory attendance period
is virtually from 5 to l.'l."
In France compulsory attendance
at school now applies to all children
of both sexes, fiom the age of nix
to that of thirteen. If, however,
they ant receiving instruction at
home, or at n private school, or ob
tain n "eeitilicat d'etudes," (which
it is possible to obtain at eleven,
and is often obtained at twelve),
they are exempt; and with respect
to this certificate the Hoyal Commis
sioners for Technicul Instruction
state that the examination will pro
bably not be considered more- ditll
cult than that of children in English
schools who pass the fifth standard,
mid have taken one or more special
In Gcrmnny clomentary educa
tion is compulsory for all children
from the ago of six to that of four
teen, unless competent instruction
i obtained elsewhere.
In Belgium the school age is de
fined to bo from the ugo of six to
that of fourteen, but attendance is
In the United Slates, in most of
the States, tho school age is from
eight to fourteen.
It will be seen from the foregoing
that in neither of tho countries men
tioned is attendance at school com
pulsory after the age of fourteen.
Fifteen is the age in this country.
It will be noticed alfo that in most
cases the terra may be shortened In in
dividual instances ly the acquirement
of proficiency at an earlier age. Pro
bably the adoption of this method
of lowering tho ago would opcrato to
advantage here. Parents wanting
the services of their children for
wago-earnlng would thereby bo fur
nished with a strong incentive to
aid tho tcucher and children in
every way in thoir power to roach
the point of proficiency required,
Honolulu Itnlncoft lh Uutnolinim'
lin'H Prcmioots for Iho 5'r.iirinnl
A fine game of baseball was play
ed Saturday in presence of a largo
audience. The fact that the Hono
lulu team was going to play prepar
ed people for ndn, but on this occa
sion the elements wore .atUficd with
bestowing a few light sprinkles.
Wodehousc scored lor Honolulu
in the first inning, Coyne in the
fifth, Whitney and A. Lucas in tho
sixth, A. Lueas with a three-base
hit in tho eighth, and Wodehouse,
haste on balls mid home on passed
ball, in the ninth, making ix runs
Lnwclnwo, hit by pitcher, and Ma-
kaimoku, first base on an error,
i .i... .-.. .i. rtrii. :...,(....
CYl'lll'U lilt' HilUlU III IHU 111(11 lllUlil,
hut thosu two were tho only runs
made by the Kamehamoha.
The remaining particulars of the
game will bo found in the score be
low. The result makes the pio.-pcct
of the pennant slightly dimmer for
the Kainehameha club, as, if Hawaii
can neat Honolulu Saturday tuier
next it will tic Kainehameha :
A.n. it. u.n. o. a. i:
Wodehnuse, c.... "
Lucas 0. (. G
Whitney. 2b a
Kilodeubeia;. :il... I
l.uca. A. r.f I
liOMllI, If 1
IMrfccr, lb 1
Coyne, e.f 4
Luetic, W ) 4
Total 3" 0
kami:. a. n. it. u.n. o. A. i:.
Piihmi.o 4 0 0 10 2 1
Wise, o. f 10 0 0 0 0
Warner, r.f SO 1 0 0 0
Dnvis.p 10 0 0 12 0
Malmkii, lstl 10 0 12 2 1
Lawelawt-, 2db... 3 1 1 -J a 2
Makahnoku.sa... 2 1 0 1 U I
WahinemaikiiUdb 3 0 0 0 3 1
Richards, l.f 0 0 0 0 0
Total 30 i! 2 27 23 C
Score by lnnlijf;-
Kamehamoha .... 00002000 02
Tin ec-lw-c lilt A. Lnras.
Stolen bade Honolulus 4. Iviuuclia
Uuses on Imlls noDolnlus 2, Kame
Struck out Honolulu:) 11, Kumelia
Pased balls l'uliou fl, Wodehouo 1.
Left on b.isev-Jlonululns (5, Kameha
Wild pitches -W. Lucas 1.
Time of game 1 hour 30 minute".
Umpires G. E. Bouidmau and Cla
Scorer-J. W. Winter.
HOW THEY STAND.
Following iH the standing of the 4
clubs in the Hawaii Baseball League
up to August 2d:
I'LAVni). LOST. WON'.
THE SPARRING EXHIBITION.
One of the chief attractions in this
city, Saturday evening, was a spar
ling exhibition by Peter Jackson,
the colored heavy weight champion
of Austialia, assisted by local as
pirants to fistic notoriety. Peter
Jackson, who passed through here
from Australia not long ago, met
some of the best fighters in America
and also defeated Jim Smith, the
champion of England; J. L. Sulli
van, is, as far as known the only
person now standing between Jack
son and the world's championship.
The preliminary contests Saturday
evening were fairly good. The first,
between Tom Jones and J. Dillon,
was rather slow though Jones fre
quently employed his buck-action
swing. A tour round contest be
twecu Hudson of the Acorn and
Kelly of the Nipsic brought out n
little bad feeling and considerable
clenching. Both were plucky, how
e'2r, and wanted to fight to a finish.
Barron next sparred with Sam Fitz
patrick, Jackson's trainer. Fitz
patrick is a powerful man and could
havo paralyzed Barron, but had
promised not to. He came near
losing his temper once but checked
himself in time. Barron was active
and annoyed Fitzpatrick consider
ably. "Scotty," who was to have
sparred with Barron, fikipped out
and Boruowhat disarranged tho pro
gramme. Peter Jackson, clothed in
whlto lights and red stockings, was
next introduced. Jackson is u tall,
bony, long-armed, and actlvo man,
but not as heavily built as was ex
pected. Ho was tinder a disadvan
tage sparring with an amateur,
Devine, of tho U. S. F. S. Charles
ton, but nevoitheless showed his
quickness and ability as a fighter.
Mr. Jas. Welsh was master of cere
monies, others who had promised to
do the talking having stayed away.
Tho house was crowded, especially
the gallery, and the appreciation of
tho spectators was frequently mani
fested by shouts of applause.
OQMPAHY A'S PICNIC.
A ViotoVF Hcoiert
Company A of the Honolulu, Rifles
won n decisive victory on Saturday
night.. The company had detailed
itself to give a plcnio at Raymond
Giove, and invited everyone of the
public wlm felt a practical inclina
tion to invest 8 1. ."hi in a, ticket to
paiiicipalo. Naturally there are
always enemies, in the shape of
difficulties, to block the way in an
undertaking of this kind. Tho
company faced, fought, and frus
trated every obstacle, and havo
occasion to "feel jubilant over Iho
The company mustered within a
tilde of its full lorcc, and sovoral
hundreds of the outside public ac
cepted invitations to bo uc3t3 of
the occasion. The SI. fiO ticket not
onty gave its possessor the fight to
a passage out and back by rail, but
also conferred the additional lights
of refreshments and all other tit hi-
leges of the picnic.
The f!rt train was despatched i
little after five o'clock, and the
eccond followed a few minutes past
sivcn. The Hawaiian Baud went
by the first train, and enlivened the
journey with music. The sun had
set befme tho second train started,
and the moon hnd not rhen, so this
trip was rather daik, but pleaant
nevertheless. A. third tiain was
despatched after' nine o'clock, for
the accommodation of ticket holder
who remained in town to bcu Peter
Jackson's boxing exhibition in the
At llaymond Groc everything
wns pleasing and enjoyable, except
ing a little diizzlu at the early part
ol the evening which made it slight
ly disagreeable. Incandescent elec
tric lights illuminated the dancing
pavilion, and both electric lights of
the same kind and torches did
service on the otiUidc. Those who
wished to dance ond their name
was lesion did dance, and those
5 T who preferred to sit and look on, or
to blroU around on the outside,
followed the bent of their respective
inclinations. A part of the band
played dance music for the dancers
ia the pavilion, and another part
played varied music under the trees.
The lefreshment tables, constantly
stocked with vaiious kinds of palat
able cold eatables, lemonade, and
hot coffee of the best quality, all
preparul and served by Hart & Co.
of the Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
were always accescible, and were
more or less besieged pretty much
all the time. Theic was al-o a lent
where Captain Zeigler, captain of
Co. A, dispensed special hospitality
to invited guests. Every member
of the company was assiduous in
attention to the particular duties
assigned him and performed the
same thoroughly well. In shoit,
everything was of that character
that" everybody unless some had
determined not to be felt moie or
less pleased and happy.
Piincess Liliuokalani, Governor,
Domini, and Minister J. A. Cum
mins honored the event by their
piesenco and participation.
The first leluruing train reached
Honolulu between 11 and l o'clock,
and the last arrived an hour past
midnight. No accident of any kind
occurred. The railway people ex
ercised their usual care and caution.
Manager Ashley was on hand per
sonally superintending. Company
A may well feel satisfied and grati
fied with the success of Its picnic.
Aucllou Sales by James F. Morgan.
o)i 3fa j ?jnr B a 1
nfTOPflP 0 MHTflO i IfUJ.I UHL
nuiiofla a muiiflo :
ISSUED BY THE
On TUESDAY, August-, fitb,
at :;: ':i.o;K xonx,
At Iho stables tit tenr of the office of
lieu .1. 1. Duwsett, Queen street,
I will sell at Public Auction,
3 & il
3 1W TJ Xj IS &
CIT The Colts are from Gool firond
Marcs, and the Mulef sue fiom Ihu
iVlubrated .Tack 'Hlutehci'."
Cask Assets, : : : : :
KIOHASm A. McUimaY, Pi-enldcnt.
1ST- For full particulars apply to
fc. 33. ROSS,
Gcnoral Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Lssnrtlurrt's Rulo or
Goods & Chattels
IM'trnlnrd ior the Non-payment of
ATAVAYS ON HAND AND TO OTJDKU
1 am Instructed by Peter I'onntnW
to sell at l'uiillc Auction .
On 'IIIUIiSDA.Y, Aug;. 7th,
AT 1 ttI.CK A. 31..
Of said day, at my Salesroom, Queen
streui, Honolulu, tlio following des
cribed Goods ."c Chattels of Ah I.iil, n
late tenant of said Peter Fernandez, at
Knpal.inin, distrained lorniie.ir- of i out
and liavlns; becu held the -lauuory
length of time by tho paid Peier Ker
iiiiiiilcz, viz: I Cooking Stove, a Show
Cases, -I Tables 1 CoflVe Machine and
other Wares, Goods and Chattel and
Kneef o said Ah I.al taken from his
store on King stiei't, at o.-dd K.ipnlaiim.
Honolulu, July 11, 1S0O.
JAS. F. MOltGi-N,
IS here'-y lvcu to ell persons that at
a meeliii of the shau-hohlcrs of
W'm. G. Irrtin & Co, (ld). held ou
tho S)Ut day of July. 151)0, it was voted
to accept lhe Cliniier of Incorporation
dated July 21, lSHO, and giauted to
them and iln-ir asfoel itea nud successors
under the corporate name and style or
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.. Limited.
And that tho Corporation under said
fhsrtiT was duly oiganlzed, and elected
the fol owltig mimed officers, viz:
President & Manager
William G. Irwin,
Vice-President. . . Clans Spieek 13,
Si'Cietarv & Tre.ibiucr
W. M U ffiud,
Auditor T. 0. Pol tor.
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, lions.
Jumbles, Cofifee Ca!ces, Crackers, Etc., Etc.
flCST And will be DELIVERED FKEE of CHARGE to any pint of the city. ,3X3?
DILL of Ti.i:i:
Cjiffeo, Too, Chocoluto & Milk,
Steuka, Chops, Fish, Ham & Eggw,
Oystoi RI'jws, Soused 1'ig'K FeM, Etc
EMissar' iVoaiot 11:30 sa. in- to "1 ?$. s-
W H i Iri
sy, T. BSA.Xl-
TAM1T1 s LEW
e 3 KTi t"
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPAEILLA & IRON WATIR,
Giipf All, Hup Ms, (Mm, U$mnU, UmwlWl liMHl Waters, Etc.
TUTTI Frnttl fee
I Cream of most de
lightful flivor f-dyat
tlin Elite Ice ('learn
Varlora. C2a It
Building ft Lean Association,
REGULAR monthly moetlnj! THIS
(Mondnv) EVENING, at 7::!0
o'elock, In Mcluerliy Hall, Fortsticet.
for tho payment of dues and loaning of
funds. li'J.! It
A GOOD Cook for a
XJl Apply at this olllee
OXTrLlSfl Lady recpiircs po-ltlnn as
Notice is alo given that, pursuant to
the terms of Slid Charter, no bioek
holder hliall bo individually llitldu for
the debts of the Corpomtiou, beyond
the uuiouut which shall be due upon
the sh ire or f-haiv? owned or hold by
himself. W M. GIFFAllI),
Sceretarv Win. (5. Irwin & Co , L'd.
S T2W. KWPStSJJJE CMlJfiT
i. ot lliu Ilnwuliiin lbla-.ids. In llie
tntittur Tif Die Hankruptey or I'oujj
Pat of lliiui. Muni. at'uitiRi whmn i.
Pcllilon for ndjU'Mcntion w.is fili-d on
th-Ttlidiu of.Imy, i8fr0 in mild Court
lieforo h'n f .lu-nlrc odd.
The aOih day if. July. Ufll
Upon reaUiiig i.iosiid Pttillon, i.nd
upon pioof bi-'orc mo uken, 1 do llnd
that lhe i.iid Durif Knt h'u breoriiii n
Uiiiilcrupl wiihln the t us intent and
inciniiitf of lli Ait ippnned on the
Sillh day nf August, 18KJ, eriilllcd ' An
Act to "regulate iirocceillnp;' In flank
nipley in lhe Uanttan I-1iii1 .'
Aii'i 1 do heieliy d'-oliiin :m 1 adjudge
him Uin' riipinccoiuinpjy.
Ami I do further order Unit tho Cic'.i
tors of the :iid Iliiikiupt immu i and
prove tin lr deliH lioloro Mich JiiHtiro of
llio Biipreinu Conit us ; hnll bu hitting in
hnmhciM nt Aliiuliitii Hale, Honolulu
on the Sth day of Aujju-t. IS'.'O, 1 e.
twotn tho liouisof lOtiVli.ek in the fore
n on mid noon of iho enid dty.nnd i-Uvt.
one or mom AdMnen or A'hsiguccsof
ilintaid Liiinkrui I'k oMato.
Aud that no.ieo thereof bo rti'dirlied
i'l the ( Iimh'hu newt-paper publihhed in
llonoltiiii In the ''hiiiu-e lanvuiigi', nurl
in tli.i Daily iiou.miN ih ch t m-s
And ih t tliu ld Hi'.nl,riipl hliall
Inimidintely lo wlih ihu Clerk of thl
Honorable Court a sehulule of hlHt're.
diiorA and Assttfi, as mpiircd by lhe
suld Ant. A F .IUHD,
Chief Juetlce of 'ho Sup ome Coint
f.2 i ill
All conunuulcnlionR and orders ghouUl be ;iltlress.'d to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
tret rt. i XU'ELY Furnished
tVM A Front Room at No.
SKSi&S -1 Adam? 1 ane. 0J1 lw
W r T'O buy a PIitc of Land,
,iftfr?w)g 4- Willi or without build
ii2&! ings or linpioveiuenta, from 1
to i'iul'K'3 in aiea. i bin a Indf. to mile
and a qiiartci- f f ihu Po-t Olllee. Ad
dress '-X Y Z," Uui.li:ti.v Ulllee.
flOU.SK with 7 rooms
"V mid bath, on the eor
ner of Huret.mla mid Pen?a-
coln fctrcets. Caru pass iho door. Ap
ply at this office. 5S1 tf
f()K US2N i
Having removed our SODA WORKS to moro commodious quarters at
IV o. SO FORT S'TI:.1E2E11,,
(Near thn Custom Ilouse)
Wo .110 now jiivpnu'd to furnish at fdioit notice, and of primo quality, any
of the following High Cliit.3 Aer.itcd Devorages:
vf, a T Ef.EO Stable at present
AsSySSk XJ occupied by Hawaiian
EVRHTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Hawaiian Lodge, F.
and A. M., at 7:30.
Harmony Lotlgo, I, O. O. V. at
Meeting Staif and Lino OfllocM
Honolulu Rilles, at 7:30.
Band concort nt Kinma Squaro,
3feeting Building and Loan As
Meeting Gun Club, 7;.10.
neas in a KOU'lemnuM family
Experienced, and has exeellent tofer-
enees. For address apply this olHeo.
TO rent or lease a Cottage
w lih about four rooni? j
XSS about 10 minutes' walk from
town; on Klnj; or Beretaula streo'P, to
wards tho Plains prcferrod. Address
'L. : 0" this Pllko. C2l' tf
W A A COTTAGE ou Vineyard
jvgaa V Bticet, recently occu-rfy-shi
pled by Mr. A. Johnston.
Nono but a person deslroiH of bncom
iiiff a perinnnent tenuit need apply.
Apply to E S. CUNUA.
HON'. S. M DASION will act. for mo
under full power of aitornny,
during my absence from iho Kingdom.
W. V. ALIEN.
HonoluliijJuly 31,1800. 02'Jlni
A COMPLETE outfit for making and
dispensing carbouated boveniKis
all 111 good older.
Transfer i'o., permission
given ugust let. Applv to
UU8 tf .1. ft. WALKElt.
WANTED tit ONCE I
A COTTAGE within two
or tbrco blocks from
the comer of Fort and Hotel
Htreets, suitable for three gentlemen for
linne. keenlnrr. Address '!'. O. llOX
No. 207." 600 tf
TO LET or LEASE
Mi, Bweot, Lemon, stmilmrn or Grem
Sursaparilla, Sareaparilla &; Iron Wator, and Ci'ab
Using pxchmively tho HYATT TURE WATER SYSTEM,
Delicious Ico Cream !
KEAWI llcans for cattlo at 01.25;
100 pounds or 1 bug. 25 cents.
Also, Native Iluy. Apply to McCulluin,
at Kiiplolaul Park. at. houiH of 12 noon
or 5 j m., or bv .Mutual Telephone No.
jl. ' (122 lia
DURING tho abfonco of W. O. Pea
cock from this KliiKdom, O. A.
Peacock will sign for us under full
power of littorney.
1 W.O PEACOCK & CO.
Honolulu, July 31, 1690, 019 8t
T UDWIOEX & CROX, "Brewer
I j Hloek." Hotel street, wish to in
form the public that they aro now pre
pared to furnish Pure Ico Cream in
any quantity. Wo gunmnico our Ice
Cream to bo flrst-ehim, and hope to se
cure a fair share of public patronage.
SAYLOR'S ReBtnurant, No. fC Hotel
Btrect, has been bought out by the
See t'hong Co., and on account of In
creased business, tho premises adjoin
ing the restaurant have bceu taken and
tinned Into a private dining room. Tho
See Chung Co. will conduct a flist
ehiBS restaurant and expect a good
Bkuro of nubile patronage.
Bigncd: All CHUN,
Members of tho See Chong Co.
PIIE Rcsldonco of Mrs. A.
i Long, in J'uiiou Valley.
BS&ffia Annlv to
(II King St., over J. Nott's store
NEW Ladles' or Chll
droll's Cait wllh
VffSXjiyTy5 Unrncs, for small horse,
at a rtiiHi'imuio imcn, ajiiuv to
At II. Haekfeld & Co.'b.
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
apply at thn Dairy.
HP ho Celebrated Ri.n-
ii'indoali" will stand
this season at tho
' Woodlawn Dairy:
For further particulars
ART CLASSES 1
MR. Allen Hutchinson holds a class
In modelling at his studio, Nuu
anu avonno, every Tuesday and Satur
day, For particular apply ''Hell Tele
phone 521, 007 1m
Without a Rival in Price & Quality !
Ono-tliird tho Prioo of tho Royal I
Every Housekeeper Should Uso It !
30" A Saving of 33 Por Cent in Cost and Quality the Very Best.
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive AgontB for the Hawaiian Islands.
Fresh Butter !
IN HAIiF-rOUNTJ PAVB.
Is the Fluest Tablo Butter sold In tho
City of Honolulu.
TO UK HAD OK
Henry Davis & Co,
l'oivolPs Baggngo Express,
Xray or Wiiroii,
Furniture moving a speciality. Bag
gago dellveied with promptuees and
enro to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King and Bethel streets. Bell Tele
phone 470, Mutual Telephone nr.
Sugar, Bice & Goal
FOll BALE DY
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Also, General Mercbandlie.
Ewn Plantation, i Honolulu, Ewn.
Travelers by train or Government
road can secure accommodations and
hoard. Charges reasonable. 002 1m