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DAILY UULdLiJfiTUN : 11UJSUJLUJL.U, H. 1., AUGUST 20, lbUU.
foreign Olliuo Notiuo.
SPECIAL OKDEK Jit). JU.
Whereas, by Special Older No. I,
issued on August SIHrd instant, tliu
First Uallulion ot Hawaiian Volun
teers have been, and mo dissolved,
WliBicns, (Ins field, SluH', Line
CIllccis and Privates of said Ualtnl
ibn hao well and faithfully discharg
ed their mililnry duly while holding
their lcbpooltvo commissions in, or
attached to; said IJaltalion, therefore,
in lecognilion of tlu-ir fidelity to
duly, the said Field, Stall', Lino Olli
ceB mill Privates ot said First Rnl
hiliott of Hawaiian Volunteers ate
and nil all bo permitted to retain
Ihoir uniforms and ctiuipmonls, and
arc hctcby honoiably niuslcied out
and discharged from the Hawaiian
Uien under my liand and the seal
of the Department of Foreign Af
fairs this 28th day of August, A. J.
.1. A. CUAI3IINS,
MiniMor ot Foteign Allans.
o'i.j ai-in it
Sale of Leaso of Government Lands
in lliimakim, Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY, Ucluber J,
18U0, at the front enhance of Aliio
lani Halo, will he sold at Public
Auction, the Lease of that Tract of
Lund lying between Paauliau and
Fualaea ltd, the same being iioilions
of 0ihi, I'nkiloa, Kulua, and Paalaea
I and 12, and containing 810 Acres
TcrniE JiCabo foi ten ycai.. to date
from April JO, I8!l.
Upset Price JflJfiO per annum,
payable Bcini-uniiiially in adaneo.
Also at the same time and place
tho Lease of all that 1'iael or J'aicel
of Lund situate in ICaao, Uisliicl of
Mamakua, Island of Hawaii, nioie
particularly desciibed in Covet ninoiil
Lease No. 227 to Man-don and Siciii
s'en, and containing an aiea oT 175
Terms Lease for Ion yeais lodate
from Apiil 10, 18JM.
Upset Price $525 per annum,
payable bomi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Jutciior.
lnlciior Otliee, August 20, ISDO.
Honolulu, ILL, Aug. !i, IWK.
lloldem of Water Fthilrgcs or
those paying Wain Kales, aielieieby
notified that the hunts for using
water for in igating put puses sue from
(5 to 8 o'clock a. M., and -I fo(i o'clock
Oit.ss. H. WILSON,
Sold. I lotto. Wati'f Works,
C. N. Si'KNi'L'ii,
Minister of the lnlciior.
'4' 11 J-J
I'ieifneit to neither Sect hoi- I'urty,
Rut established for the benefit ot all.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 21), 181)0.
very strong argument. On the oilier
hand, llio plan proposed is claimed
to he all but impracticable inasmuch
as il will involve dinicullies and per
plexing complications that will more
than counterbalance any possible
advantages, that may accrue front it.
The-school taxes arc paid to the
School Agents of whom there arc
twenty-one throughout the King
dom. The agents pay, under the
direction ot the Hoard of Educa
tion, the salaries of teachers and the
current expenses of the schools in
tltcir respective districts as far as
their money goes. These receipts
and expenditures are set forth in
quarterly returns, made on printed
forms, by the Agents of the Hoard.
When the school lax of any given
district is insullicicnt for the main
tenance of the schools in that dis
trict, the legislative appropriation is
drawn upon to make up lite defi
ciency. Every school agent is under
suflicicnt bonds to protect the treas
ury against any possible misappro
priation of the funds in his" posses
sion. Resides this, the Inspector
General is authorized by law to
examine at any time the books and
accounts of a school agent. Under
these circumstances the chances of
a school agent getting away with
school funds arc very slender indeed.
A great many petty disbursements
arc necessarily made by lite school
agents. A school wants a new
broom, a drinking cup, a chair, a
pane of glass, a new spring for a
window sash or sonic other twenty-
live cent article. It is supplied
somehow or other, but. paid for by
the school agent out of the school
funds in his possession.
Now, the question arises: if all
school moneys arc to pass through
the finance ofllcc, whether is it going
to simplify or complicate matters to
have such accounts as those named
sent to Honolulu, to bo audited,
vouched and paid? One thing is
sure as a result of the proposed
change, viz. : that an extra book
keeper will be required by the Hoard
of Education. Again, it is alto
gether unlikely that responsible per
sons having any business of their
own to attend to arc going to sub
mit to the annoyance of calls and
petty bills for current expenses of
schools without being in funds to
pay them forthwith, and it may be
set down as pretty certain that no
school agent, will pay school ex
penses out of his own pocket and
hide his lime, until he is refunded
after unwinding a few yards of red
tape, tit the end of the quarter. Or
if school agents, under the new
plan, arc to be dispensed with, the
thousand and one local mailers
which at present arc promptly and
well disposed of by them, must be
settled by correspondence between
the two hundred and fifty teachers
throughout the country and the
Education ofllcc, a stale of affairs
that will also involve the necessity
for an additional clerk.
The total amount for which the
twenty-one school agents of the
Kingdom were responsible during the
past two years was 200,010, or an
average of $2o,8o0 every three
months, and as the school lax is for
the schools only in the district,
where it is collected, the plan pro
posed by the 'committee amounts
simply to this, that the average bum
of S'J5,8oO per quarter must be bent
in to the Fiuanco ofllcc from the
several districts and then sent back
again to the places whence it came.
That is the practical operation of
the theory of having all school reve
nues pass through the treasury, to
gether with a great many "conse
quential damages" in the form of
correspondence, accountings, com
plications and humbugging galore.
men to attend in great numbers
when the measure should bo under
discussion, and l'ouci; the Legisla
ture to pass il."
To put it in lite ntlldcsl, lerins,
litis is a mls-slalctuent. This same
speaker spoke very emphatically
against lltu use of llrcarnts to iuli
midatc, and invitcd.thc parents with
their children lo go to the Legisla
ture the day lite Enabling Act was
introduced 'and see who voted for
and who against il. The word.forco
was not used, the languaguwas tem
perate and not prejudicial lo any
foreigner, an example that Kunny
medc would do well lo imitate,
lie again stales, "The calling of
a Constitutional Convention is a
measuro so fraught with uncertain
ly and danger, llmt it can only be
justified by circumstances of the
gravest and most critical character.
Such circumstances cannot he said
to exist at the present lime."
Don't such circumstances now exist,
Runnynicde? Don't you know thai
nearly one half of the present popu
lation are Asiatics imported for the
plantations, and now many of litem
arc your equals in wealthy Don't
you know we want 20,000 more in
the next two vcars? Do you want
the planter lo wait two years for
labor? Do you think it is only the
native that wants this labor ques
tion settled? Doesn't lite planter
realize thai it is through a Constitu
tional Convention, that he can se
cure all the cheap labor he wauls
and keep them on his plantation? It
is through a Constitutional Conven
tion, that these steamer loads of
Asiatics can bo lauded and not boy
cotted. Any three year old constitution
that stands in the way of an im
mediate settlement of Hid labor
Auclion Sales by James F. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, August 30th,
AT 1 O'VIjOUK SIOOX,
At the stables at rear of the ollleo of
lion. J. I. Dowsctl, Queen street,
I will boll at Public Auction,
ABOUT 10 HEAD OF FINE
MARES & COLTS,
llrokett to Saddle and Harness.
1 Fine Driving Mare,
Suitable lor family use.
ISSUED BY THE
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF IVJGJW YOKJi
: : : : : Over $136,000,000
ItlUfKAlClt A. .tli'DIIKIKY, I'ith'hIciH.
8& For full particulars apply lo
. JB. .HfcOtejJLO,
Uco-21-89 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
KS 30 O.A.YK 3I S3:
13th Annual Great Clearance Sale
-30 JA.Tirw $
COEViroiERBCBRlG THIS BAY
question, should be reconstructed.
Docs the writer in the JL C. A.,
signing himself Merchant, think
that English and American war ves
sels he in our harbor to protect
Chinamen? lie was right in stat
ing, that about all these people
have left is their Hag their Hag
and their friends. Let us have a
Constitutional Convention and send
lite most intelligent and best men in
the country to it. Let us have a
new Constitution and adopt every
thing good in the present one into
it. The sooner we pull together,
the easier our task will be, and if
we have lo call upon England and
America lo help us, well and good.
Roth of those countries have a habit
of inquiring into what Runnynicde
is trying to choke off, viz., the
wants of the people. England likes
to see fair play, and the stars and
stripes lloat only over the land of
the free and the home of the brave,
lhiniiymcdc says the present Con
stitution was forced, now drop your
CHEW Motley's Oo.'s lvauliou
Natural Leaf Tobacco, positively
tliu llnost chewing tobacco made. For
sale by 1IOLL1STER & CO.
l'er ''I'aid Jsenberg" an invoice
Fur bulu in iimulllle& to anil at
F. A. SCHAEFER &CO.
lix 'AdiiiiK' A, "Isciiln-rg"
CD. Hiiiesw BnilF,
Oif-ch 1'nliii Tree tJin.
Ca-o- While Uulllo Key (Jin,
Cs. Finolrisli & Scotch Whiskey,
Case- Extra l'lne iSlieiry,
Cases Dry & KwcoL Champagne,
Gs. Italian Yermouth,
('hurt riiMsr, Ilt'in.'divJim:, tiara
:, .l)-iilit!ir. t'Av , !',!
i on h.vi.i, in
l'Oll SA1.15 11V
Hole Aireuls for Hawaiian Islands.
Departure Bay Coal!
Our Entire Sleek stt a Baerillee ! Not a Bpceial luulmlion, uut a Clean Sweep in
Every Department I
Mil New Facts lo Those Already Kiiom ! Tim Bruit Mail Center lor Bargains !
We Will Sell Commencing This Day
22 yds of lite best Calico, medium dark colors, for $1. It) yds of good quality Uinjjliain, for $1. Ladies' Diamond
Dye Mack Hose, only 00 cts per pair. Wo t,'nranteo them absolutely fast black and stainless, si.e from 8 lo 10.
We have a few more Box .Suits on band, which wc arc selling out at cost. Great runs on Corsets, wbielt we ate
selling at (i0 cts each, they are good value for .fj. Gents' 1'iuo While Shirts, linen bosom and cuffs, 1)0 cts. Gents'
Pine Silk Ties, only 25 cts each. Just received a lino line of Children's Dresses, Misses' Dresses, Clocks and Ladies'
Ulslers. Step in our store and price our Ladies', Misos' & Children's Trimmed and Untrimined J fats.
We Xr-otCfiJt -g-ainst Jtiigli .l?vice !
Commencing SATURDAY, August Dili, our eulire slock of Scni-onahlo Goods will bo offered at prices that must
attract immediate attention. We need more loom to properly display our European purchases now on the way
bore, and have resolved, that our ptesent slock MUST GO. Cost has not been considered. Prices have been inatked
on the Goods to suit YOU and not US. We arc bound lo keep trade lively. Visit our establishment, note the prices
and you will think so loo.
Persian Mulls, now patterns, (i yds
Kxtm good quality of White Bed
spreads, only $1.10 eaeh.
Linen Table Covers, 50x55, assorted
Turkeyrcd Table Cover, all linen
extra size, $1,115.
Pino assortment of Ladies' Silk
llandkorebief.new shades, U for$1.00,
former price 75c, but wo arc over
stocked and go they must.
Ladies' Small Size but, extra good
quality, 15 for 50c.
flptfNeeessily knows no law, and our necessity cuts prices. Cost lias no control over what, necessity demands.
While we during this sale sacrilice our profits, this sacrifice gives us a reputation for low prices absolutely necessary
on which to build the gtcat business wo arc after in the near future.
gjtTOur Millinery Department, will bo a, great attraction next Monday; it will be n rare chance, The cntiio
slock of Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, all marked in plain llgutcs, already much .lower than elsewhere at a reduc
tion of :$:ij percent. That is a $:i Hat costs you $2, a $0 Hat costs you only $(!, a $15.00 Hat only cost you $10.00
and so on.
gj& Above mentioned pi iocs we giciraulco for DO days only, and all goods sold for cash.
tfT"A complete slock of White, Cream Figured Mulls, Fancy Figured Cambrics, Sateens, Ginghams,
from $1.00 up to $22.00. Be sure and be on hand in lime. Dressmaking Department on the pteniises.
ton sai.i: nv
21 do, of Ladies' Chemises, at 250
Fine White Victoria Lawn, at 75u
While Linen, cold, bord, Napkins
Fringed, St for 25c.
200 Pieces of all Silk Neck Bib
bons, all good colors, 0 yards for 25c.
Best quality of Mostptito Netting,
00 incites wide and 10 yards long, for
$2.25 per piece.
India Silks, immense assortment,
reduced two (ific. These are all new
goods and no two patterns alike.
C8 do, of Ladies' Silk Milts, in
cream, while, black and eatdiual, at
25e pair; worth 75c and $1.00 else
where. Black Goods, no uso to quote prices,
variety too largo. Have been selling
cheap, but present stock will go for
a mere song. New Goods in this de
partment suffer also this week.
Ladies' Cold. Bord. Handkerchief,
5c eaeh, nice patterns.
Ladies' Unbleached Balbriggan
Hose, silk clocked, only 20c pair.
COllNEB HOTEL it FORT STREETS.
.N U O A. N O SSrJ7.E I C S Cr 5
MANAGEMENT OF SCHOOL FUNDS.
The recommendations of the cx
M inisler of Finance, Hon. S. M.
Damon, mid of the Legislative Com
mittee of thirteen on educational
finances, that the school (axes of the
several districts of the Kingdom
ibhould pass in to the general treas
ury and the expenditures chargeable
lo thctn be drawn out in the same
manner as other expenses of gov
ernment, is one of the mailers like
ly to coutc before the Legislature to
bo cither adopted or rejected. As
a theory, the method proposed is
doubtless perfectly sound, hut like
many other excellent theories, there
is a possibility that its working out
may not be so advantageous as its
supporters claim for it and it may
be that the reasons for adopting it
may not bo as mauy or as weighty
its those for its rejection. The great
argument in favor of the proposed
change is that il is the right thing
to do with all public revenues, a
(ill J 1''i:ani IIkovtci, Manager.
Turn Verein Honolulu
WILL liolil their regular weekly
practice at the Honolulu Jtllles
Armory, at7:'.l0 o'clock, Til IS (Filday)
EVKX'ING. f'38 It
tS. PJL. C 1 V. U.TJSU .
5' Both Telephone No. 17 -fe0
- ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
Departure Bay Coal!
Now Lauding ex batk "Matilda."
ion sali; nv -
WANTS A CONVENTION.
The idea of a Constitutional Con
vention 1ms sprung up amongst tliu
people both foreign and native
through suffering by so large an
importation of Asiatics, it is in
their heart and sooner or later a
Constitution by the people must bo
bom. The planter, the merchant,
the meehauio, and tho laborer de
mand it, and if our statesmen and
legislators now realize this fact, that
a Constitution is made for tho peo
ple and help them to what thoy
want, they have a chance to save
the country much trouble and have
their names handed down to poster
ity. It is a great truth amongst us
that should be met, faced and set
tled, and the sooner the better.
The cry ol Wolf! Wolfl will not
bctllc it. It may postpone it. Run
uynicdc may deceive himself, but
Ho writes: "Something of the
spirit in which the movement under
discussion is pressed may bu learn
ed from one of the addresses at the
meeting on Palace Square in which
tho speaker called upon bis couiitry-
Tl R. Waller M. Glffaid will art for
lyjl me under power of attorney (lur
ing my ahsciico from this Kingdom.
Wm. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu, Aug. Sit, KS!)0. fill i!w
DURING llio tcmporaiy absence of
our Mr. W. G. Irwin fiom the
Kingdom Mr. L. I. Spalding will art for
him' in all bushier mailers couteclcd
with our Haul;.
ULAUS SIMIHUKELS t CO.
Honolulu, Aug. .i),l.Sii(). (ill lw
ON. H. il. DAMON will act for mo
inidijr full power of attorney,
during my nb-nuo from llio Kingdom.
W, F. ALLISN.
Honolulu, July III, IKilo. UL'i! Im
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
C12J 10 (iiioon Street. l
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, Boils,
Plain & Fancy
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers, Etc., Etc.
g&r And will bo DKLlVEllED FUEE of OHAROK to any part of the city.
rpilK tic-M term begins MONDAY',
JL September 1st. New pupils
snoulil apply at once. J' or turtiicr pur
tlculars apply to
Wm. It. OLESON,
Kauai Industrial School,
DURING my absence liom Maui Mr.
J ). L. Meyer will act for urn tinder
power of attoinry.
.1. W. KALUA.
ALL ju,l claims aabihl .1. 0. Lane,
Editor of thu Nmv llawaiiau Di
rectory, i-liuiilil he bent to tliu iiinler
Minti'd for tellluniciil.
liJiHw N. F. 1HJ1KJK.SS.
HUN. Curtis I'. Jaukca is aulhorb.cd
. until fuilliur notice, to collect all
Crown Land rents, and to glvci tecclpls
for I liu same,
(J. ). MACFAJtLANE,
Crown Lund Agent.
Honolulu, Aug. iai.Raj. i' f
THE ONLY PAPER "ail by afl
1 elapses "Tliu Daily Hulloiln." 0(1
critl per month
flMIK Trustees lake pleasure in au
X iioimcing that the Hoys' Depart
ment of the Kauai Industrial School
will open hi tho latter part of Septem
ber, with accommodations for Sit) or 10
Tho course will embrace- thorough
instruction in thu common English
branches with training hi practical car
pentry and joining, principles of build
ing ami construction, freehand and me
chanical drawing, printing, hhicKsiiilth
itig and tailoring.
Pleasant rooms will be provided, with
good substantial food, and the pupils
will liavo careful supervision of their
murals ami manners.
The situation of llio School, ouu uilhi
ami a half from Lihuu, Is beiiutifiilj
healthful and cool, in sight uf thu sen,
near the mountains and overlooking the
Hiilela rlvor. There is a variety of
fruit trees on the grounds.
Hoard and tuition will bu $10 a year,
The exact ditto of opening will bu an
nounced later. The Girls' Department
will nut be opened until next year.
lT For admission apply to Dn. J.
K. Smith, Jfoloa, or
II. W. ANDREWS,
(ilODt rrlnoiptd, Llhtte.
lilLL. or ITYJXli;:
Coll'ec, Ten, Chocolalo fc Milk,
Steaks, Chops, Fish, Ham & Eggs,
Oyidcr Stows, Soused Fig's Feet, Etc.
jj3a. JLMwjiei iroin X1:3G .. m. to 1 j. im. SS
HM W WWWMWB W W'MnMWKllllllllllBBlliBail.MMWiBmMIWBWBtWBBWBBMg
MAE UFACTUJtlOJls" OF
and-: PLAIN : SODA.
UORSKS sit ftB per
head per month.
Tho nearest, the bust
and dimmest. Apply
LEMON, : 0
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giiipr Mc, Hon Ate, GnaMim, RasjIicrrFaiB, SinvnUb, Mineral Welm, Etc-
l&r- All eoiitiuunicaUoJiH ami or tiers should m nUUro.s.siMl lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Mrs. Eva M. JoMson, Artist,
btudlo, No. 27 Alnkon Utroot.
Formerly of New York, would inform
the public that bltu is prepared to till
all orders for i'astcls. Oil, Water Colors
and India Ink Portraits.
B3T Samples of work can bo scon at
Studio and Hamilton House Parlors.
CLIMAX' BAKINB POWDER
Without ;i Rival in Price & Quality !
Ouc'lhird tho Price of tho Royal !
Every Housokeopor Should TTso It !
gjtr A Saving of HI! For Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very UvtiLtjgrt
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Cul um Exclueivo Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
&&? &tijJmi iJsrJrkii'', &Jk$iMmk'MsMk m. MsA .'&au'