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Dr. 0. T. Hodgera has been ap
pointed by the Board of Education,
Suporlntondent of the Census of
1890. All communications on the
subjttct should be addressed to him,
4 By order of the Board of Educa
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Ollice, Nov. 17, 1890.
713 3t ,
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School Vacation Notice.
The regular Christmas vacation of
all Public Schools in the Kingdom,
t will extend from FRIDAY, the 19th
.' of December, to MONDAY, the 5th
.. of January, 1891.
By order of the Board of Educa
tion". W. JAS. SMITH,
. Education Office, Nor. 17, 1890.
E. Conant, Esq., has this day been
appointed member for the Road
Board of the District of Waimen, lid
k ind of Kauai, vice W. D. Schmidt
' The Board now consists as follows :
F. L. FISCHER, Chairman;
F. W. GLADE,
,; E. CONANT.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 18, 1890.
The regulation prohibiting the
sending of Plants from Oahu to any
of the other Iulunds, published Aug.
5, 1890, has this day been rescinded.
E. W. JORDAN,
C. P. IAUKEA,
Commissioners of Agriculture.
C. N. Spencer,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, Nov. 17, 1890. 712 6t
Tax Payers in this District are
. . hereby notified that the Taxes for
the current year will be due and pay
able at the Office of the Tax Assessor
and Collector in the Kapuaiwa Build
' ing, on the 1st day of November, A.
The Office is open from 9 a. m. to
1p.m. daily (Sundays excepted) and
"'' ' on Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts over $10 must be paid
'' in U. S. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Ocr-
...j tificatcs of Deposit.
Taxes not paid before the 15th day
of December next will be liable to
suit with 10 per cent, costs added.
.' T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxes District of Kona, Island of
Minister of Finance.
. Irrigation Notice.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, are hereby
notified that tho hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
ii to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to 6 o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Sl'KNCKK,
Minister of tho Interior, '
PUtivtd to neither Sect nor Party,
tiut tttabliticd for tkt benefit of all.
TUESDAY, NOV. 18, 1890.
Belgium has made a proposition
to renew the Latin Union for Ave
years. Belgium must he getting
hard up or pin money.
The Cahlnot hits already begun Miu
vainunt (.'mHiduratiuii of tlm nmtlur
llf Clilnesu uuiliMilliiriil lahor lininl
ynitloi). Tim fur Ihuru U tmly a n"
port of prouniM for iiili)iullnii.
w ii hi i ii
Aim) now u smiu (;i)iiiiiiIIuii
WttllU tt 1, 1)011,1)1)1) Dupllol hiillil.
Ijijj for lllmilu MhihI. iw tvuulil
it t)y or Hi" (""imiMiim to ihUpIIiu
tWJ 01) liiP HNLm IMfi 4lMffjj
my mwhaiW mm jiui 11 la Wi
The organ of tho tato Administra
tion attempts to gel a grain of com
fort out of the fact that the appro
priation bill for the ensuing fiscal
period is about 8400,000 in excess
of tho estimate of the "Reform
Ministry." But, as tho taxpayers of
this Island Kingdom too well know, (
the estimate of the late Ministry
was wildly in excess of the country's
As a party measure the estimate
of the so-called Reform Ministry of
84,394,303, for the fiscal period
1890-92, is about as sad a political
blunder as the joint party Legisla
tive measure, which has lately in
creased the appropriation bill some
8400,000 over the extravagant Re
form Ministry's estimate. The truth
and justice of the general public
condemnation of governmental ex
travagance in both instances will be
fully appreciated when it is remem
bered that the estimated revenues
for 1890, made by the Reform Cabi
net, were 82,802,505, which were, as
the present prores, entirely too high.
If there is to be any condemnation
meted out on present extravagance,
let it fall where justice points. The
Reform Ministry laid the foundation
in a spendthrift's estimate which
was deliberately increased with the
active participation of the entire
strength of the Reform party in the
House, with hardly a protest from
the individual members of that poli
tical faith. A large portion of the
increased expenditures were made
up of indemnities voted to cover
unlawful expenditures of the Re
form Ministry, who spent money for
three years right and left without
any seeming regard for statutory
limitations or Legislative enact
ments. The present Cabinet can hardly
be held responsible for the financial
foundation upon which they are
obliged to work, but it is to be
hoped that they will not make mat
ters worse by overstepping official
limits and financial propriety, as did
the late reckless and incompetent
Every member of the Legislature,
who did not follow his protests
against extravagance with his vote,
is just as guilty as the late Ministry
and its backers of our present ex
cessive appropriation bill. A few
hundred thousands of dollars either
way are immaterial when the prece
dent has been established, by the so
called Reform party, of exceeding
our revenues by several millions of
dollars in making up the fiscal esti
mates. There is no need for either poli
tical party to attempt to shift the
responsibility where both are inor
or less to blame. As the Bulletin
stated a short time ago, in summing
up the merits of the Legislature of
1890, the peculiar conditions of
the late revolutionary period, its
measures and policies, should bo
given their due and proper weight.
REPLY TO MR. T. MAY.
In spite of the saying, the better
the day, the better the deed, Mr.
T. May has not succeeded jn pro
ducing a logical reply to my letter
of Thursday by waiting till Sunday
to write It. It makes no attempt to
reconcile the usurpation of the Pres
ident's chair by Mr. Mackintosh with
the Charter of the Board of Trus
tees. It simply alleges without any
evidence: (1), That the President
refused to perform his duty, and
(2), That the President disobeyed
the Court. Tho second assertion
cannot be true, because the Court,
in deciding that the President was
obliged to call a meeting under the
circumstances, .denied having any
jurisdiction over the private affairs
of the Board ; the first will be sup
posed to be a fact by those only
who are of opinion that Mr. May
knows the Bishop's duty better thai
he knows it himself. Until it is
proved by competent authority that
the Bishop's conception of his duty
is erroneous, it is so.inowhat pre
mature for Mr. May to offer his
services as Episcopal instructor. No
doubt it is kindly meant, and, under
so enlightened a teacher, I could
hardly fail to make progress In the
lesson ho is so anxious I should
learn. But somehow this anxiety
for my education connects Itself in
my mind with a proverb aboutgluBB.
houses and stone-throwing,
Bishop of Honolulu,
Nov, 18, 1800,
Messrs. Harrison Bros, n pul
ling up a two-story liroproof hrluk
building for tliuiiimilv'i'M, iiuuikw of
Menarn, MollUtur A C'o.'s nodtt wutor
work, Koii Ntrmit. lugionml iiruu
U III) II. X !H II.. Ibr llt htnij will
ho II It. iiinl llm i'i'i)iii lit ft,
III IipIkIiI. Tim Imvi'r floor
Will nPIDDIll I'OIIIWln, Dlipalilu nf
hpiirliiff oil Hiolnl ivilulii of ulun-i)
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finai' mma mimaami
mmlm ilMuie EMm lor m
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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
A VAI.UAULR INVENTION.
Lnndnn. Nov. Jl. -British tmval
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.wm.itn a. n litln.nntnrl m n n I . .Ml.tr. '
protection against torpedoes which
has been submitted to the Admiral
ty. Its importance may be est!-
matcil from the fact Hint in some-
thing like four minutes the largest
battle-ship in the service can bo pro
tected from the attacks of any num
ber of torpedoes, uo umltor how
nkilltully they be directed. The
Admiralty Itself refuiei all informa
tion concerning the device, but cer
tain experts describe it as so simple
that the wonder is that it was never
thought of before. It will be sub
mitted to a llnal test with the
Victoria torpedo, an invention of n
youug Victoria, N. S. W., man,
which, It is claimed, possesses cer
tain qualities rendering it unusually
dilllcult to discern its course.
AN ASTKOl.OUEIl's lUlEDlCTIONS.
London, Nov. 3. Zadkiel's Al
manac for 1891 predicts all sorts of
trouble In America. Among other
things Congress will have a hard
time, politics will be disturbed,
troops will be called out, taxation
increased, the revenue decreased,
and murder, rapine and epidemics
will be rampant. Zadkiel predicts
the defeat of the British Govern
ment in the next election.
TUB AUSTKO-UKKMAN TARIFF.
Berlin, November 3d. The tariff
negotiations between Germany and
Austria have resulted in a reduction
of three marks in the duties on rye
and wheat imported from countries
having commercial treaties with
Germany and Austria containing the
favored nation clause. This will in
clude imports of those cereals from
the United States and exclude those
SALVATION AUMY KNTKKI'HISE.
Geueral Booth of the Salvation
Army has purchased for $20,000
tke old brewery at Shoreditch, Eng
land, and will' tit it up as a house of
industry and refuge. Other centers
of work will be established as speed
ily as possible iu various parts of
London. Funds have poured in on
the General without any pledge on
his part as to when they will be
AN INCAPACITATED MONARCH.
The Hague, Oct. 29. At to-day's
session of Parliament the question
regard the fitness of the King to
govern, in view of his state of health,
came up for action, and by a vole of
108 to 5 Parliament declared his
Majesty incapable of governing.
The Council of State has been tem
porarily invested with regal powers
I Special Sale
On THURSDAY, Nov. 2,
AT 10 O'CIAtVIL A. 31..
I will sell at Public Auction, at. iny
Salerooms, for account of whom
it niay roncern :
I Case Boy's Suits of Clothing
4 Pieces of Fine Dress Goods.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
The Pacific Mall S. 8, Co,'s Fine
"CITY Of RIO de JANEIRO,"
Will sail for the above ports
ou or about
t3fT For freight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
HAS iciiioved his ofllcu uud lealdenco
to the new bulldhitr opposite tho
Huwaflau Hotel, on Beretauia stn-et.
O MILCH Cows, nearly
-J thoroughbred Jersey
stock. Apply !
FOK HA LIfi
(H'un fordid lloll.
(JUL dap, .nply ihrouuli
sJWt) "Muliiiil TtiluplioiMi Nu,
,UT nil lilliiulllo
H'l lll.DIIIK M
rrnhlumm, I lift fiunluuii 8W
imu piii liiiim
1 1 Will IHi'biU limwi'ij ,IJ1! WflUir HW
I BOlSOpLU JB. I NOYl&BER 18, 1890.
Miiiimiiminiiii i i ill bi
Auction Salos by Jamos F. Morgan.
On THURSDAY, JJov.
AT lO O'CLOCK A. -II..
At tho rcsldcnco of Pnor. G. SAUV
LET, Nuuanu Avenue (on account of
departure), I will soil at Public Aue-
The Entire Housoh'ld Furniture,
Black Hair Cloth Parlor Set,
Wicker Parlor Chairs,
Large Center Rugs,
1 FreM Marble Clock,
Black Walnut Uoekcase,
Japanese Tea Sets,
Kitchen Stove, e
Garden Hobo, Fowls, &c, &c.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
By order of Hon. E. MULLEB, I will
sell at Public Auction, at his resi
dence Puuahou street.
Oa WEDNESDAY, Nov. 19,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
The Entire Household Furniture, com
prising In part :
l Carved Oak Library Set.
Book Cars, Desk, Tnblesand Chairs,
Statuary. Engravings, Paintings,
B. W. Parlor Set,
Large Center Bugs, Tapestry Por
tieres. Large Decorated i hnndellera
Japaneso Screens ami Ornaments,
i Elegant B.W. DiniDgroom Set
With Pressed Leather Chairs,
Table Cutlery, Silverware,
Cut Glass WJno Set,
One Vienna Parlor Set,
Antique Oak Bedroom SotB,
With Bevelled Mirrors;
Mattresses, Mosquito Nets,
Bed and Table Linen,
Kitchen lisuigo & Utensils,
Bofrlgorutor, Meat Safe, Ect., Etc,
1 Currluire Home. 1 Phaeton, Srt
Ilariu-MH. NMlUIfH, Ktc,
flPartleular attention Is called to
this tale of New and Elegant House
hold Furniture, etnbra. lug the lhiest
furniture offered for sale iu Honolulu. '
aTPartles wishing to inspect the
furniture previous to the sale, can do so
an. application. to tho. .Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OP
By order of C. BBEWEH & Co., Lil.,
I will offer at I'ublic Auction at,
their Queen Street Stores,
On THURSDAY, Nov. 20,
AT 1 1 O'CLOCK A. SI..
The following Vehicles ordered sold by
consignors;' " ''
Geo. L, Browcl make of
Extension Top Cabriolet,
Extension Top ?-Seit Piano-box
Extension Top Sldo-bar Buggy,
Open Village Cart.
Dolo & Osgood make of
Extension Top 2-seat Carry-all,
Extenslou Top I'liuetou,
Extension Top Side-bar Buggy,
Open "Iyer's" Side-spring Buggy
Open Uomocrat Wagons 2-Hent,
Ox Carts suitable for hauling cane,
Mulo Carts, Dniiii) OarlH,
Hand Carts, Market and Delivery
1 GOOSENECK CANE WAGON,
All of the above built of superior
lock In tho cast, aud to be sold unit ss
d spoied of at prlvato sale heforu the
Ikiy Furilipr pii) ijij)piB Imjulro of O,
HrwwiT A Co,, or
TU'i ai AiM'Uniinurt
tJopnrt nnvHlilp JVolloo,
fPIIK iiiiili'rHtfiitil Iihvu, HiU iy
I furiiin a iiojiiii iiprliii fur ln
iiui'iio!' of iIpiiIIdk hi Imy. mimiiii Hdii
umlsr i)iu iiuiiiM iif iliu Yi'JM'ilw 'm
'W , VAWMP'
oasn Assets, : : : : : Over $136,000,000
KICUABD As HIcCUItlY. President.
tiT" For full particulars apply to
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.,
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
TAILOR GOODS. -
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Kerosene OH4' ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:-Ohleudorf's Dissolved Peruvian Guano, Ohlendmi's Spechil Cane Mnui.
LONDON PURPLE:Effectunl destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms, Eto
SCRUB EXTERMINATORi-Uettroys all Noxious Weeds & Scrubs.
BAGSt-Sugar, Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest Improvements In material and texture.
Galvanized Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc, Ftc
. k INDAN goods Ku""'" ',.,.;,, '"
Base Ball Grounds !
PI I KOI STREET,
Nov. gild, at U:I5 o'clock,
A SERIES OF MATCH GAMES 8F
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLU 3
(Organized In Pan Francisco by Mr.
Frank L. HoogS and Is composed of the
very best of BasoBall Players especial
ly selected for the Hawaiian Tour)
AND TUK CMJBS OP THE
Hawaiian BaseBall Lea&n8
The first frame will be played on
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Novem
ber aid, at 3:16 o'clock:
THE CALIFORNIA CLUB
ONE OF THE HOME TEAMS.
l6F"Sc-hedule of Games will be an
PRICES of ADM!SSOK:
Season Tickets (Including reserv
ed seat) 93 no
Single A.dml,sion CO
Reserved Chairs In Grand Stand
( hlfureu ...... ;..t..-.. ...-. v.. 25
-Nq charge, for parrjago
j-Sea80n Tickets can e procured
at ibe Hawaiian News Co.'s; UnJHster
& (Jo.'s; Nolte's Coffee Sidoons O. J.
McCarthy's Cigar Store; Williams' Pho
tograph Gallery, and of the members nf
the Hawallau Base Ball League.
Central Meat Market,
EpSr Nuuanu Street, feSl
In the new building, adjoining Loves
Bakery, where you cau pro
euro the choicest
Beef, Mutton, Veal, Port,
Iou!try. liJto , lHUu
Varoi Kfiu of Huuhukhn
ii H)"0iat'ly. " " "
Special Domestic Pork Sausage,
t3T Tint lletiiu uiinii Hrcni,iS
BmM TcpgoMi BmoleJ Mutton lUmi,
; Viiim; iiMlmimgu rtmiiDPlMHy troll.
('IN, Hiitlddiuiluii uiiitianifui (it u
r Mm riiiutup MHMdH)til 'W
mi) Tfif. m ww MiOMp ii), m
ISSUED BY THE
. WELSH STEAM COAL,
BARGAINS ! - :
T3E PAGIPIJ HATtDWARH CO., Ld,
Beg to announce that in cousequence of extensive repairs to their builillutr thev
are Removing tlielr Slocks of Goods to the
McINERNY -:- BLOCK.
I DtU'lng removal, In order to siive expeuse of handling -a"
"hnin ,Bn nn 0
ablepw8-requlrl,,fi: nnythlnS ,u
Ntw Goods !
Have lately been received and
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
Oinioiwl Block." INo..
Granite, iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers. Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
RhfpT lTran WorK
You can find the
Ladies', Misses' &
Leading : Millinery : House
dims, I FIbJiqJ, Gov, Fort & Hotol Bty.
The DbIIv Bulletin
89. 33. HOJSJE,
General Ac;cnt for the Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC. -
RED BRICK. ETC.
CuttcrH & lane Knives.
- ' BARGAINS !
elr Hno will find this a specially favor-
New Goods !
fresh luvoices nre on tfie&vay.
95 & ,7- l.ii. pt -1.
Latest Styles ot
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