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JOAILY BUL.LMTIN : HONOLULU, H, I., AUGUST 12, 1890.
B. P. EHLEES & CO.
oo roRT sxrtinicx.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A VKIIY LAUGH ASSORTMENT OF
Dressed & Undressed Kid Gloves
IN ALL LENGTHS.
CURTAINS IN LAGB, SCSI, 1ABKAS & ANTIQUE
In Great Variety. Now Goods in nil Dcpaitmonts.
gtf Our Dressmaking Department unilor the management of MISS
OLAKK will be re-opened about May 12lb.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Eancy Goods,
ICltl Glovca from O to JIO Kiittoiis,
Hosiery, Salines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Yioolcn Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises,
We Desire to Gall
J5.V - DpntoT cr er X
For Lubricating the Valves and Cylindera of Steam Engines.
VALVOLINE is an earth oil specially pi enured undoi the highest steam
heat and fiom which all volatilo and o.ulhy matter has been expelled by a
process which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which piecnts the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cyliuder and piston packing perfectly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for bte.un cylindeis and has been in con
stant use over eighteen years.
gjtTWc also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
classes of machineiy..
Leonard Sc Ellis,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.. Sole Agents. coi 3m
DImond JSlocLr," Nos. 03 & 07 Kinp: Street.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIM, 0OPiEB AMD
993 Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenter', Blacksmiths', Machinists9 fe Plumber.' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitclion Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Globs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr, Jayne & Sons Family Medicines,
UNION FEED CO.,
OFFER AT BED ROOK PRICES
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
FLOUR -Altu, Golden Gate & Salinas- FLOUR
Telephones, No. 175. Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sta.
Your Attention To
Wni. G. IRWIN & CO.
Wm. G. Iiwin, . l'icIdetit it Manager
Clans Sprcekcli Vice-President
.. Heci ctai y ic Ti cnui cr
Thco. 0. 1'oi ter Auditor
aoi:nis or Till'.
IAN X" 1 1
Of Han fr'rniirlni'o, C'nl.
J5T Wm. O. Tin In & Co., (Til). have
aooiuiii'il the uets and liabilities of the
lnti thin of Win. O. Iiwln A; Co.. and
continue Hit general buslues
fotnieilv cauled on by tli.it house.
IS heiebvglven to all poisons that at
a niceting of the shareholders of
Win. (J. Irwin ft; Co , (Id). held on
the illstd.iv of July. 18H0, it was voted
to accept the Oliaitcr of Incoiporallon
dated .Inly 21, lfc'10, and gi.inted to
them and tlieiras-oocl itesaiul ueccnis
nmler tbe coipointe name and ljloof
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Limitod.
And tluit the Coipoialion under snhl
( h-utcrw.is duly oig.inii-d, and elected
Hie following niinied ollh'Oi, 1:
Pieldent V; Man.iger
William G. hwin,
Vli-e-I'ii'-blent .. Clans bpieekel,
Seeietaiy As Tie.iMirer
W. M Glffnid,
Auditor T. 0. 1'oi ter.
Notice is also gi en that, pursuant to
the tenns of said Cbaitcr, no s-foek-holiier
shall be individually lhblo for
the debts of tbe Coiporation, beyond
tbe ainnunt which shall be due uron
the oliaie or sbaies ownej or held by
himself. W.M. GIFFARD.
Seeietaiy Win. O. Irw in & Co , L'd.
Tlioroiigircil -:- Himniug
Will stand for a shot t time nt
GreenOeld Stables, Kaplolaui Park.
Puki. Ser.Ncr.n Is a dink b ly, -t years
old; stands Ty, hand high;Mnd and
By Duko of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Norfolk
2nd dam Balleilna...by imp. Ilaliowuie
Sid dam Ilenulc Fatiow
bj' imp. Shamrock
-4 tli dam Ida by imp. Balshnzar
5th dam Madam Boslcy (Gamma's
Dam) I by hir KIch-ird
Gth dam Nancy Xlchol. . .bv imp. Eagle
7th dam Bet. liosley
by "Wilkes' Wonder
Stb dam by Chanticleer
!)tb dam by imp. Stalling
10th dam '. . . .by Clodius
11th dam by imp. SuVeroyc
12th dam by imp. Jolly Roger
Kith dam by imp. Paitner
1-Jth dam by imp. Monkey
15th dam imp. maie fiom the stud of
Hairison, of Bi.mdon
tST" Best of care taken with animals.
In cise of accident no lesponslblllty
will be assumed.
W. II. RICKARD,
023 tf Ilonokaa, Hawaii.
HON. S. M. DAMON will act for mo
under full power of attorney,
dm lug my absence from the Kingdom.
Wr. F. ALLEN.
Honolulu, July ,11, 181)0. 022 lin
NOTICE Is heieby given that I will
not pay debts contracted in my
mime without my wiltten older.
W. U. ACIII.
Honolulu, July 7, 1890. CH8 lm
THE Hawaiian Construction Co. will
not be responsible for any bills
contracted in their 11:11110 without a
wiltten older signed either by D. P.
Peterson or J. M. Oat.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Hawaiian Confitmctlon Co.
Honolulu, July 11, 181)0. CO.1 1 m
ALL poisons 1110 foihlddeu to tres
pass or to nllow cattle on the
Plantation and Illcu Mill of Kaalaca,
ICoolau. All parties found on the lands
after 8 o'clock at night will bo prose
cuted to the full extent of tbe law.
SING HOP WAT CO ,
025 2w Per Lung Chung W11.
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Page in the "Honolulu Ourriugo
Manufactory," at 128 Fort street, I am
prepared to continue the above business
under the old nuino of Honolulu Cur.
riuge Manufactory, and being an old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
the nationago of my old frienda and the
public in general, and with my thorough
knowledge of the business and with ex.
perienced workmen and using only the
best material I guarantee general satis
faction. Please call and see me before
(BIgnod): GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu, Oct. 28, 1880. 891 tf
Monday, Aug. 11.
The committee of the whole re
sumed nt I :i)0.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox was of opin
ion that, if his motion carried, llicic
would bo no necessity for lcfciencc
to a committee.
Rep. Rush, having gained from
the Minister of Finance the inform
ation that liis motion to raise the
item was owing to his predecessor
having cut It down without consult
ing tlic Board, said Unit the absence
of Ministciial information was often
the cause of motions for special
committees. Most of the Board
Bishop, Alexander, and Hall wctc
Presbytciians and disinclined to re
cognize any other religious belief.
If it had not been for Mr. Damon
tiie work done by St. .Louie College
would have been tgnoied. lie
would support the motion of the
Minister of Finance, if another item
was voted for independent schools
to include St. Louis College.
Noble Widemann said he had
been taught religion in the school
he attended, and it would be well if
religion was taught in all the schools
on the globe. He was not aware
that many German tcachcis were
employed by the Board, but under
stood that one who had taught at
Keknlia was among the best edu
cated and cleverest in the kingdom.
It was necessary that foieigners
should be imported to teach Eng
lish. Hawaiian would never be a
language. It would never pay to
tianslate the great woiks of liter
atme in French, Italian, Spanish,
and German into Hawaiian, but
whatever was worth tianslating in
these languages was tianslated into
English. Teachers must lie import
ed so long as they were needed, and
must be paid enough to obtain their
services. He was in favor of the
amendment (Rep.0 "Wilcox's) for
$180,000 for Government schools
and 20,000 for independent
schools. This question of education
had caused the French troubles in
this county, when an old bishop
was deported to a solitary island.
It was impossible for a body all of
one way of thinking to giefair con
sideration to people of another de
nomination. When nearly 200,000
was paid for Presbyterian schools,
a small morsel might be voted to the
Rep. Nawahi said tliete were
many independent schools that wete
not Catholic, such as the Kawaia
liao Seminary, the Hilo Boarding
School, the Makawao Seminary,
Noble Widemann considered that
these institutions had fared veiy
well from the treasury in the past.
Rep. Nawahi leplied that so had
St. Louis College. He had voted
for a grant of $ 10,000 to that col
lege in 1881. All those institutions
were worthy of encouiagement, and
that was why the item should be re
ferred to a select committee. Eng
lish was undoubtedly valuable to
young Hawaiians, but instruction
in the Hawaiian language should
not be abolished. A nation that
lost its language was doomed to ex
tinction, like the nation that used to
speak Latin. It would be disgrace
ful if young Hawaiians could not
read and wiitc their own language.
Rep. White read extracts from
the report of the Board of Educa
tion relative to certain schools on
Molokai, where native teacheis were
getting 40 a month and Van Gie
sen, a German, much more.
Noble Widemann wished to inform
the lion, member that Van Giesen
was not a German (laughter').
Rep. White If he is not a Ger
man ho is a high Dutchman (more
laughter). The speaker read a list
of teachers and their salaries to
show disci imination against Hawai
ians. If this matter was not left to
a special committee, Rep. Katihi
and he would talk all the afternoon.
Noble J. M. Horner thought the
lion. Noble for Oalni had left the
House under a wrong impression
when he said the Government schools
were Protestant. Not one-tenth of
the children went to cither the Pro
testant or the Catholic schools, but
to the Government schools. Every
child of school age was in the hands
of the Board to see that it was edu
cated. If you started a Catholic
school in Ilamakua, the Government
school might not be maintained, and
the consequence would be that some
children would have 110 schooling.
He would vote for referring the item
to a special committee.
Noble Widemann said the lion.
Noble from Ilamakua had not un
derstood him. He had said that
the world would be better off if nil
children were taught religion in
school, and lie would now add that
he would like to sec all childien
forcibly taught religion.
Rep. Marques explained that it
was not desired to pay theso schools
for something to bo done, but St.
Louis College was already doing
good woik. The best scholars in
the kingdom, including some in that
building, came from St. Louis Col
lege. Noble Macfarlono was in favor of
referring the item to a committee.
The proposed appropriations for this
bureau made $200,700, to which had
been added $4500 for a doputy in
spector, and in section 3 is an item
of $-50,000 for now school houses,
making a total of $2G1,200 for edu
cational purposes. Ho had been
told that this country paid more a
head for schools than any country
in the world. Such a largo expendi
ture as that proposed should be in
vestigated by a special committee.
Noblo Btirclmrdt thought this item
was intended to do the woik of three
items in the last Appropriation Act.
Ho read the following statement of
aid gircn to independent schools by
the Board last period, mid thought
that the distribution of tlio $18,52G
so given was very fair:
Bishop's Collego ip 1,200
St. Louis 2,500
Davis, Konn 744
East Maui 2,444
Kohahi . 50
Chinese School :),fll9
Fiom building appropiiution:
HiloBoai ding School 500
St. Andrew's Prioiy... 2,500 $4,000
Noble Cornwcll considered the
lion. Noble had made a mistake in
producing his statement. The
Catholic schools at Wailuku and
Hilo had got nothing. He was in
favor of the item as in the bill, and
a separate item being gi anted for
the independent schools.
Rep. Brown pointed out that the
proposals before the House involved
an educational expenditure of S2G5,
000. Ho was not in favor of voting
any money to denominations by
name, as if one received n grant all
the others would present their claims.
Religion should not be mixed up
with public education.
Noble Maclarhine had omitted to
mention the annual school tax of
about $G2,00() which biought the
expciidituic for schools last period
up to $3ai,tas. This mailer ought
to go to a special committee, as this
Legislaluie should not perpetuate
the mistakes of prcious adminis
trations. The motion to refer the item car
ried. Rep. White moved the committee
lise, as several House committees
had important work to despatch.
The committee rose and repotted,
and its report was adopted.
The House adjourned at 3:02
Dr. Joseph Unas'
Hog S Poultry Remedy !
Th3 Only ScientiQc Swino Remedy.
It costs to feed Unas' Remedy, as a
pievcntive and aue-terotdesease, fiom
lit) cents to $1 per hog dining its life
time. OsjrTor sale with Inductions for use
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
1 on sai.i: by
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
Galvanized & Black
FOR SAI.i: HY
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
erman Beers, viz:
Hoist en JQecr,
XlolHivtln, auto., 23t .
ion sat.i: iiy
J. E. BROWN & OO.,
Old Capitol Buildings, Merchant Bt.
GENTS for l'.iclllo Coast Supply
Association, Alexander & Co.'s
Rubber Stnnuis, Adjustublu Mosrjulto
Seicens, to tit any window t Pitt &
Scott's Puiccls Expiuss, Uurlhigton
Route, acioss Amoilca anil to Aoica;
lite., Etc. U21 lw
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Also, General UercbandUo.
Ewa Plantation, : Honolulu, Ewa
Travelers by tialn or Government
road can securo accommodations and
hoard. Chaises reasonable, 002 lm
"Brower Block," Hotel St. near Fort.
I beg to aimoimco to tho public that 1
offer for sale
CARTS & BREAKS,
AT A BAKQAIN.
Also, a complete assortment of first
class stock of
Cart, ffapi k Carriage
Selected personally of the best factories
111 the Kasteiu .States. COG lm
A Cure for Influenza !
DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of the best lemedles
ever prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest tiouble, and a great lellef to
whooping cough and thioat affection.
Ask for tie. Lozier's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold nt
1IOLL1STEU & CO'S.,
And IJUNaON, SMITH CO'S.
I find your "Cbeny C011li.1l" the best
medicine we have cut used for coughs,
colds and lung tioublo. All of our ISa
ll es, P01 liiKtiffcc, Chinese ami .rapnuesn
w III use no other. 1 use unfiling else hi
my own family. Yoms 1 1 til y,
I). A. CHAPIN,
Manager Kohala Sugir Co.
We hnve sold a huge ipiantity of your
"Cbeny Coiilial" at our plantation
stole, both at Kealia anil Kapua, and
can cbeoi fully lecommaiid It forbion
Very lespeetfullv youis,
G05 tf Tieasitrer Makee Sugar Co.
tfiy-Our New Attotype Hlustrntcd
Catalogue sent f ice on application.
118 NUTTER ST.,
Nnn Franclttro, : : California.
No. 30 Knnann Bt. V, 0. Box 2G7.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 years expciicnco in
the business, I urn prepaicd to manu
facture to order fashloniiblo hand
sawed Ltidles' & Gentlemen's Boots &
Shoes. Also, Ficneh & American Boots
ix biiocs icceivcu uy cveiy steamer.
Prices reasonable. I solicit your pat-
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Accountants, Collectors, Commission Agents and
Custom Uonso Brokers.
Are at all times piepared to per.
form any description of Clerical Work,
Bitch as Auditing Accounts, Posting.up
Timlestncn's Books, Making Inventories
of Block, Engrossing Logid Document!),
Etc. Competent and Unliable Freight
Clerks for the delivery and tullylng of
tffiTOIIlCC at IlUSTACK&ItOHKHTSON'B,
Queen street Post Olllco Ilox ItiD, Mu
tual Telephone 111; Dell Telephone 414.
Mrs. Eva M. JoliflSOD, Artist,
Studio, No. 27 AlnUoa Street.
Formerly of New Yoik, would Inform
tho pubtio tuat sue is prepnicu to till
nil orders for Pastels. Oil, Water Colors
and India Ink Portraits.
r Samples of woik can bo scon at
Studio and Hamilton House I'm lor,
I Jsrtlll es.
If 2 J J - u C -; o O
r" O Bl-' S.2 Ti
pq fJr;l ?
EH oBliji 1
HAIIERSffllTH k FIELD,
- la f!itfc $
Oceanic Stcaiig Coi'y.
From San Francisoo.
Lcavo Duo at
S. P. Honolulu
Zcnlandia Aug 23. . . . Aug 30
Alameda. ...... Sept 20.... Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zealandia Nov 15 Nov i!2
Alameda Dec 13 Dee 20
For San Franolseo.
Lcavo Due at
Alameda Aug (5. . ..Aug 23
Mariposa Sept 3..., Sept 20
J5ealandia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 29. . . . Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 20 Dee 13
Zealandia Dec 24.... Jan 10
Intermediate 5. S. Australia.
Lcavo S. F.
Friday... Aug 15
Friday... Aug 2!)
Friday . . Sept 2G
Friday.. .Oct 24
Friday. ..Deo 18
I'Mm MAN FMAKCISCO,
The uew and tluo AJ alcel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu fiom Sydney
anil Auckl'iitil on or nbo n
Aujr, 23, 1890.
And will leave for !licaboo port with
mails and passengeis on or about llml
For freight or pnbeagc, having HU.
PEIUOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE G. IRWIN & CO,, Agente.
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and One Al Bteel BteMnahtp
Of the Occanlo Steamship Company, will
he due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Aug". 30, 1890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for tbe above porta.
For freight or passage, having BU
PEIUOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. O. IUWIK & CO.. Agents
Steam Jot Printing
This oflice having added a laige aiiety
of the latest styles of
To lis Job Printing Room
Is better prepared than ever to execute
all orders in that line, compiislug:
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers,
Programmes, Etc, Etc,
ALL AT Lew RATES.
C- Addt ess
"Daily Bulletin Office,"
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort ctrcet to Ilo.
Iiello Lane, Paleuia.
Office Houhb: 0 a. u. to IS ti. ard
p. u. to 0 1". M.
Mutual GOB-aTELGPIIONESjigrEclI 47Q
TAI WO CHAN,
Manufacturer of Ladies'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN Sit EOS MADB TO OltDElt.
l'ecseil or Hewed ; iiIho, Hnitiltew.
38 Nuuonu St., : : : P. 0. Box 203.
GOO KIM & CO.,
No. CO Nuuantt St., Honolulu,
Aud dealers in all kinds of
CaBHlwercM aud FurulBliluc Jooi1b,
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good lit guaranteed. 617 3m
A NATURAL Mlneial Water. For
sale only by
AV. R. LUCE,
Solo Agent & Importer lor tho Ha-
wallau Islands. G'.'S tf
I FIREWOOD for sale" at Hawaiian
7 Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
Queen and Nuuaou BtrceU. 4(18 tf
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