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DAILY BULLBKfitt 1 : JBlOHOLUIiU, H. L, ..AUGUST 28, 1890.
Sale ol Lease of Government Lands
In Hamakua, Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY, Octobei I,
1890, at (la1 fiont entrance of Aliio
lani Hale, will be fold at 1'ublic
Auction, the Lease of that Tract of
Land lying between Pnnuhau and
Paalaea 3d, the same being portions
of Ouhi, Pakiloa, Kalua, nnd Paalaea
1 nnd U, and containing SdO Acres
Terms Lease for ten years to date
from April 10, 1801.
Upset Price il,250 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
Also at the same time and place
the Lease of allthat Tinel or Parcel
of Land situate in Kaao, District of
Hamakua, Island of Hawaii, more
particularly described in Government
Lease No. 227 to Marsden and Sieni
sen, and containing an area of 175
Terms Lease for ten years to date
from April 10, 1891.
Upset Price $525 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, August 20, 1S90.
ON EDUCATION COMMITTEE'S
The report of the ootntniUoo ol
thirteen on the educational finances
presented on Tuesday is n very
elaborate document. Appended are
several tabulated statements evolved
at the request of the committee
from the accounts of the Education
Otllce and which may be considered
supplementary to the published re
port of the President of the Bourd
of Education. The committee's re
commendations arc for the most part
in accord wflh those of the Ktluca
tion Committee of the House nnd im
regards the advisability of luuding
the revenues of the Hoard iu the
general treasury, they ro-iteralo the
recommendation of the oc-JIiitister
of Finance, lion. S. M. Damon.
The total estimated receipts, as set
forth in the report arc, as follows:
School Tax SISO.OOO ; Interest and
realizations, 81)0,901 ; Appropriation
for support of schools S 180,207,
llcformutorv School 12,000, for
for salaries of olllcers 20,900, for
incidentals 85,200, for census $12,
000, for building new school bouses
S!i0,O0U ; balance on hand from last
period S3S.937; Atnl Su0G,Mo.
The estimated expenditures, based
on those of last peviod, are: Salaric'9
of oflicers 820,900, of 232 teachers
as per list relumed to the House by
the President of the Board $203,
080 ; increase in salaries including
that of' Normal Instructor SI 1,705;
Hoxomjmj, II. I., Aug. 9, 1S90.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Kates, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes aro from
G to 8 o'clock a. ii., and l to G o'clock
Chab. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Spencki:,
Minister of the Interior.
fflatlw uu (nit
Plediced to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1890.
A complaint is heard that scraps
of wire are left lying about the
streets, which arc a source of danger
to horses' feet. If they are drop
ped by telephone or clectiic light
linemen, the management of those
concerns should stop the careless
Representative Ilickard claims to
"fully understand the Appropria
tion Bill." Perhaps so, but it is
quite evident, after saying in regard
to our sugar capabilities, that "the
maximum of production has been
almost reached," he is sadly in need
of enlightenment in regard to the
The Select Committee to whom
was referred the item in the Appro
priation Bill for Kapiolani Park re
commend it pass at $13,000. The
committee arcsatisficd that monies
previously voted for the park have
been properly expended. Those of
the intelligent and observant public
who arc in the habit of visiting that
delightful resort are also satisfied on
the same point. The wonder is that
so good a showing is made for so
small an expenditure. But there
are many desirable improvements
that can be effected, and would have
been effected ere now had there been
funds for the purpose. The com
mittee think the lacking funds should
be supplied, and it is to be hoped
the House is of the same opinion.
The amount named is moderate, and
there is no doubt it would bo used
for the public benefit. The Park is
free to all, and is the only health
and pleasure icsort of its kind that
Mr. J. W. Yarndley wishes to an
nounce that he will resume teaching
on Monday, September 1, 1890,
ami requests all desiring lessons in
the cultivation of the voice or upon
the violin, to make application pre
vious to aforementioned date to ar
range time and place. Lessons
given eitherfat the residence of pupil
or at Mr. Yarndley's music room,
No. 35 Emma street. Address P.
O. Box 138 or the office of Dr.
Tucker. 039 lw
for 1b tue "Dally
etnta ptr mouth
schools 830,910 ; compensation to
school agents, tax collectors and re
gistry 21,050; ordinary repairs to
all schools S20,500; now school
buildings 50,000 ; Royal and Fort
Street schools 21,184 ; Reformatory
school 612,000, aid to independent
schools S 10,820; census 1890 $12,
000 ; difference of accounts closing
31st December $19,500 ; total $500,-1-15.
Of this amount $17,500 is for
common native Hawaiian schools.
The committee approve of subsi
dizing independent schools which,
they admit, "fill a gap and respond
to the wants of the parents" who
for various reasons do not consider
the public schools sulllcienl for ail
educational purposes. Their ap
proval of a continuance of these
grants is coupled, however, with a
strong recommendation that the
moneys be apportioned on an equit
able basis which they think could be
done pro rata on the number of
pupils in attendance. The commit
tee do not consider that the allot
ments of cash to these schools have
hitherto been exactly fair. The
grants to sundry independent schools
from 187S to 1990 show a sum total
of $82,1S3. The rnto per pupil to
each of the schools named, the com
mittee figure out to be, as follows:
lolani College $01; Kawaiahao
Seminary $55 ; East Maui Seminary
$55; Rev, S. Davis' school, Kona,
Hawaii $IM ; Ililo Boarding School
$2-1 ; St. Louis College '.).
Commenting on thcnc figures the
committee say that "il a lair pro
portion had been kept instead of
only $15,500 awarded to it, St. Loni3
College (with its 1038 pupils) ought
to have received about SS3.000 to
be on even terms with the $9,200
given to lolani College (iSl pupils)
nmj about $90,000 to be in propor
tion with the Kawaiahao Seminary
with its 430 pupils." The conclu
sions arrived at by the committee on
the whole subject of independent
schools converge to a point in the
recommendation of an appropriation
of S20,000 in aid to the running ex
penses, repairs and improvements of
St. Louis College and $10,000 for
female boarding schools. The pro
posed grant to St. Louis College is
meant to include branches at Ililo,
Wailuku, Kolmla and other dis
tricts. The principal recommendations
with which the committee close their
report, besides those above recited,
are: that "measures be taken to
modify or suppress the Reformatory
school;" "thai proper legislation be
' enacted for amending the laws that
regulate tho Board of Education, so
as to remodel and reorganize that
Bureau and bring it more under the
control of the government;" "that
$190,000 be appropriated for sup
port of English, Hawaiian nnd com
Nobles G. N. Wilcox, Marsden
and Andersen disapprove of the pro
posed appropriation of $20,000 to
St. Louis College and $10,000 to
female boarding schools, but concur
in the other recommendations of the
That independent schools, so
called, should at least for the pre
sent receive aid from the public
treasury is pretty generally admit
ted, and the proposed basis of equa
lization suggested by tho committee
of thirteen is probobly as good a
one as can be devised. At all
events, it bears a strong recommend
ation on its face, and a fair trial of
the plan for two years would
either demonstrate its superi
ority or develop any abuses
that might be supposed to grow
out of it. The only abuse (hat
seems possible is that the parties in
terested might make false returns to
tho Board, but this is a contingency
that can surely be guarded against.
The connnittco are to be com
mended for the minuteness' with
which they pursued their investiga
tions of the educational finances.
The conclusions reached aro mainly
in the lino of progress. Had thoy
stopped short at the sensible recom
mendation of pro rata disburse
ments to independent schools and
left that method to be adopted by
the Ilouee nnd the Board of Educa
tion, their labors might liavo been
deemed praiseworthy as having solv
ed tho problem with which the
House had been wrestling for sev
eral days and the elucidation of
which was the principal work assign
ed to them.
In the tabulated statements sub
mitted by tho committee, there is n
very conspicuous want of data on
which the House can reach Pound
conclusions on the vexed question
of aid to independent schools. Tho
exact number of pupil boarders at
the several schools named is not set
forth and this is really the first
statement that ought to'be clearly
before the Assembly when appro
priations on behalf of these institu
tions come up again lor considera
tion. Tho total number of scholars
in lolani College, Kawaiahao Semi
nary, St. Louis College or the Ililo
boarding school may be an entirely
different matter from the number of
bona fide pupil boarders and it is
,only in so far as thc-e institutions
arc veritable boarding schools that
they can be said in the language ol
tho committee "to fill a gap" in the
educational sysrcin. With respect
to the day scholars in attendance on
any of the independent schools,
these institution1) till no "gap" that
cannot he filled equally well by
government schools. It is only mi
the ground of the social conditions
that exist among the people of llie-e
islands at the present time render
ing boarding schools indispensable
toa proper liaiuing of the youth in
modes of life peculiar to civilization
that state aid to such schools has
been claimed and justified. This
being Hid case, grants for boarding
schools should be measured by the
extent to which the schools claim
ing participation in tliem are board
ing schools, and no farther. An
independent school composed partly
of hoarders and partly of day
scholars is entitled to a special sub
sidy for its boarding department on
ly. Outside of this, any special
grant is a manifest injustice
to the government school, xo
pass special grants to inde
pendent schools for teaching
branches comprised in the course of
study prescribed by the Board of
Education for the public schools
would be about as foolish a policy as
that of a mcrx'hiint who would pay
a largo bonus to his rival on the
other side of tho street to undersell
him and break down his business.
This is precisely the course recom
mended by a majority of the com
mittee of thirteen in their proposed
grant, of $20,000 to St. Louis Col
lege in connection with the other re
commendation adopted unanimously
of disbursing moneys to all inde
pendent schools iu proportion to the
number of pupils attending them.
In so far as the boarding school pro
per of St. Louis is concerned, it is
entitled to the same consideration as
other establishments of a like char
acter, but when the majority of the
committee of thirteen come before
tho House and the country with an
apparently honest proposition for
equitable allowances to all independ
ent schools and couple it with a pro
jected raid on the treasury in behalf
of one of said institutions, thoy
certainly show that it is something
else than consistency and all round
justice that licy have in, view,
Honolulu, Aug. 20.
Auction Sales by James F. Ho$an.
On SATURDAY, August 30lh,
AT 1 O'CLOCK NO OX,
At the stable at rear of the ofllco of
lion,. .1. 1. Dowsett. Queen street,
I will soil at Public Auction,
ABOUT 10 HEAD OF FINE
SUMS & COLTS,
liroke.n to Saddle ami Harness.
1 Fine Driving Mare,
Suitable for family use.
ISSUED BY THE
mwubbu r, w sa an
OjP jtflSW YORK -
Cask Assets, : : : : :
JtJt!J3AKJ) A. aicUWKJlY. Pelde.
X3r For full particulars apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
B3? SO DATW-
H W tta ft. 6i'B'U'&'iLHWla3'3yy KJ? . h i.
COMMENCING THBS DAY -53
Our Entire Stock nt a Sacrifice ! Not a Special Jicituction, but a Cl sin Swoop in
Every Department !
Alii iw Pacts to Thou AlraJy Known ! Tlio Groat Mill Center for Baroins !
i; 1-2:1 1
0 U i?J fit).
aan 8 vn bh a & asm
15 Kuuanu St., Honolulu, H.I.
Sole Ajjants iu the Hawaiian Ii lands ftr
'Old Mnanolia" & "0. P.T."
Fine Bourbon Whiskies,
Laclinian & Jacolii's
Celebrated California Wines.
AUo, always in ctockr n fail line cf ttie cLoicwt
nemg a ms PJay
2i! yiln of the host Calico, medium dark rolors, for 1. H) yds of good qunlity Gingham, for 1, I.ntlii'ft' Diamond
Dyo lllnck Hose, only iO cIh per pah. We guarantee them nlisolutely fast black ami stainless, izc from 8 to 10.
Wi hiivo a fow uioie Dn. SuitM on hand, which wo tiro wiling out at cost. Great runs on Cometx, which wo aie
polling at HO t'tu each, they are good value for ifl. Gents' Fine Whito Shirts, linen bosom anil cull's, !)() ets. Gents'
lMiie emu i IP, oniy o cis eaen. .iusl received a lino line ol Glnlilren's Dresses, Misses' Dresses, Clocks anil Ladies'
uisiers. .Mop in our store
Is each. Just received a lino line of Children's Dresses, Misses' Dresses, Clocks a
o and price our Ladies', Mis.-os' k Children's Trimmed and Untiimmed Hats.
"We 3?-ot?it. g-3iJtst; Jtiivli Prices !
Commencing SATURDAY, AimuM Hlh, our cntiie
attract immediate attention. We need nioio loom
here, and have resolved, that our piesent stock MUST
on the Goods to suit (JU and not UH
and you will think so too.
slock of Seasonable Goods will bo od'cicd at prices that must
to propei ly display our Kuropciui purchases now on the wnv
GO, Cost has not been considered. PiiccH havo henn mnit-oli
UH. We are Iruitul to keep trade lively. Visit our establishment, noto the prices
for sale a
superior at tide
Sarsauarilla & Iron Water,
Manufactured by Schmidt t Co.,
Stockton, Cala. It is the most
wholesome and delicious tonic and
beverage of the age.
EOT Orders fioin the other Islands
promptly attended to and goods care
fully packed for shipment. r.l'2 Ilm
i-UIKW Motley's, & Co.
v Natural Leaf Tobacco,
Qtrayed fiom Nun-,
ij aim avenue a
Hay Horse. Finder
Will please return to
JI. IhtoMold ,y. Co.
the finest chewing tobacco made. For
salo bv JIOLLIKTKK & CO.
21 doz of Ladies' Chomises, at S.u:
l'ine White Victoiia Lawn, at 7oc
Whito Linen, cold, bord, Napkins
Fringed, !l for 25c.
200 Pieces of all Silk Neck Uib
boas, all good colors, (1 yards for 2fc.
JSest quality of Mo.-tiito Not ling,
00 inches wide and 10 yaids long, foi
$2 25 per piece.
India Silks, immense aM-.nr(mcnt,
reduced two (!.r)c. These aro all new
goods and no two patterns alike.
OS do, of Ladio.' Silk Mitts, in
cream, while, black and cardinal, at
2."n pair; worth 75c and if 1.00 oIms
wheic, Itlauk Goods, no use to quote prices,
vaiiety too largo, lluvp been selling
cheap, but piesent slock will go for
a mere song. New Goods in this de
partment buffer also this week.
Ladies' Cold. Bord. Handkerchief,
oc each, nice patterns. .
Ladies' Unbleached Balbriggan
lloso, silk clocked, only 20o pair!
patterns, (1 yds
1'ersian Mulls, new
Kxtra good quality of Whito
spreads, only ifl. 10 each.
Linen Table Covets, 50x55, assorted
Turkeyrcd Table Cover, all linen
extra size, ijil.'JS.
Fine assortment of Ladios' Silk
Ifandkcrchief.ncwBliades, 3 for $1.00,
forme price 75c, but we aro over
stocked and go they must.
Ladies' Small Size but, extra good
quality, 3 for 50c.
Cost has 110 control OVOr what nnnpnailv (Inmnn.Ta
While we during this sale sacrilioo our profits, this sacrifice cives us a renutation for low nricen nhsnlniniv nnn.nrJ
build the gieat bueine.s wo aio after in the near future.
gjff-Our Millinery Department, will be a great attraction next Monday; Jl will boa rare chance, The cntho
stock of Tiimmeil Hats and Honnels, all imiikcd in plain figures, already much lower than elsewhoro at a reduc
tion of :i:5.V percent. That is a $1 Hat costs you !?2, a S?i) Hat. coals you only $0, a !1!15.00 Hat only cost you $10 CO
and so on. "
5Noeossity knows no law, and our necessity outs prices.
on which to
For sale in quantities to suit al
nOHSKS at ?;-' per
bead per mouth.
The nearest, the bct
and cheaprst. Apply
Will stand for a short time at
Greecfleld Stables, Kapiolani Park,
Dunn Si'KKGcn is a dark buy, -1 years
old; gin ml lflj.j liamU high; l;iuil and
CUT THIS OUT.
Havaiiaa Tramways Co., L'd,
On and after Monday, Au. S.'iili,
cars will run
lilvcry Jll'tcon iU1ihi1'k
Thomas Square and Chinese Theatre
As under, viz:
g3F"Abovo mentioned prices wo guarantee for 30 days only, and all goods sold for cash.
gjSTX complete Mock of Whito, Cream Figured Mulls, Fapcy Figured Cambrics, Sateens, Ginghams. Doy'i
)in if 1.00 up to :',"-- 00. Bo sine and be on hand in time. Dressmaking Department on tho premises.
Tho 1 QQffSssm Hsiiisijara Uswtfti s$ P i
g ago ir&mwmiL mmmm w Buagy&&i bb sg Ka raBBBiH
- u .. . a v w w- -wuvaHHu mc in 18 x a a
027 COUNEll jTOTEL & FOllT STREETS. lm
a ji m a k.?m . a wrr. ns. u w rr 9?u. ei . s- -rw j-i. w ...-
I II Mr & HMlirliw mnk Lmhhhh Al HUH
sf r w
A rJi g fihSs
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
From Tlioinas Souare,
if a. in., etc., until r:lr n. m
From Clilueso Theatre, 7 :1I0,
8:15 a. in., etc., until Tr.'iO p. in.
The tliroiifjb scrvlco between Palania
and Walklki remains , hourly through
out tho day as at pnWiit.
The 5:l,r i. in. car from Chinese
Theatre runs to I'unithoii.
An Intermediate ear will leave. Rillo
Range for Town, via King sheet al 7:2:5
No'i'i: The Valley cars leaving l'auoa
at 5 minutes past the hour connect with
Thomas Square ear.
These, cars will not run on Fiuiday,
but the present ir. nitiiutn seivlee. on
Saturday and Sunday afternoons will
lm continued. DilS (It
Kauai Industrial School.
Fresh Cakes, Pies,' Bun's, Polls,
i i I IS 4 w h IP a , w
Jumbles, Cofies Oskes, Crackesrs, Etc., Etc.
&3T And wiil be DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any part of the city, .gflj
.Cofl'L-e, Ten, Chocolate &
3tews, Soused Pig's Feel, Etc.
Oiia-saex from 1I:J30 ix. in. to 1 j. in. s3
T3gsgfgtgB;m-nKjMjasxg. Jal:vsgJfaePiflaaJwJ"'-'-'-"- -"nT.vr-;-i-ifitPrTKj.,ng
ffi js s ffi uss a
J k4 i' & a w s
Etc fcsjB u U & a H o w Ei? &a
tflJ-..M.,..Wii- ,1 i
3. rl BAILEY,
1' 1C l I A El HI i
Dy Duko of Horfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Norfolk
and dam !allnrlnii...liy imp. Jlalrowniu
,1rd dam llennlc (''arrow
by imp, Shamrock
4th (lam Ida by Imp. lialshazar
fith dam .Madam Uosley (Oamuia's
Diini) by Mr Richard
(Ith dam Xiuitiy Xlchol.. .by imp, Eaglu
7lli dam Rut. isosloy
by Willies' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
tub dam byhni). Sterling
lOthiliiiii by Olodlus
1 1 th dam by imp. Sil vereyo
lilh dam by imp. dolly Roger
l.'lih dam by hup. Partner
1 lib dam by hup, Jlonl.ey
hllli dam imp. maro from the stud of
,...,,, I Ian Nod, of Rraudon
rj?' llot of cine taken with aiilinnls,
Iu ca.o of orehlonl no ius.ponslbillty
will be ittuincd.
W. U. RIOKARD,
C22 II llouokaa, Hawaii.
THE Trustees take pleasure In an
iiouunluz that the Roys' Depart
ment of this Kauai Industrial School
will open In lho latter part of Septem
ber, with accommodations for 30 or 40
The course will embrace tlioroucb
instruction hi thq common English
branches with traiuing hi practical car
pentry and joining, principles of build
ing and construction, freehand and me
chanical drawing, printing, blacksinllh
ipg and tailoring.
J'lcusiiiil rooim will be pioi0i,d, with
good siiliiilanllal food, and lliu pupils
will havo e.iroful supervision of their
morals and manners,
The situation of ilia School, one mile
and a half from l.Ilmc, Is beautiful,
healthful aud cool, hi sight of lho sea,
near tho mountains mid overlooking the
Ilulola liver. There Is a vaiiety of
fruit trees on the grounds.
ifoard and tuition will ho $10 a year.
Tho exact date of opening will be an
nounced later. Tho GirlB' Depaitmcnt
Will not be opened until next year.
fc3" Kor admission apply to Dn. J.
If. Smith, lioloa, or
It. W. ANDREWS,
010 fit Principal, llmc.
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ftds- All communications and orders should le addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
tf.M-iTM-iL.ijMBrnmiMMi ft-f"T?TrrV ifirTfcrmnu.fM
t ) foralgn countrirs, B .per
Studio, Ho, 37 Alakea Qtroot.
Formerly of New York, would inform
tlio publle tliut sho Is prepared to till
all orders for Rustels, Oil, Water Colors
aud India Ink l'ortralts,
tS! Samples of work can be scon at
Studio aud Hamilton Uoiue Furloiv.
Williout a Kival in Price & Quality !
One-third tho Prico of tho Eoyal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
&3 A Saving of 3.1 Ter Cent' in Cost and Quality tho Very Rest, jgf
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
osl Qi Exclusive Agentg for tho Hawaiian Islands,
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