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Public School Examinations,
The Annual Examinations of tlio
Public Day Schools in iho Di ,uict of
Honolulu will bo hold as follow?:
SCHOOLS IN THE ENGLISH LA: OrAOE.
On Monday, July 18ih, at Wuilupo,
Kamoiliili, Manoa, ami Wwikiki-
On Tuesday, July 19th, at Marques-
ville, IJorctanin Street, Montialuu
u ml lvalihi-ukn Schools.
On Wednesday, July 20th, at Fort
Street and Knuluwola Schools.
On Thursday, July 21st, at tlie Royal
School and Kalihi-waena School.
On Friday, July 22d, at the Pohu-
kuinu Girls' School.
SCHOOLS IN Till: HAWAIIAN 1.ANC1UAOK.
On Monday, . uly 18lh,al the Oovern
mint Schoolhouse at ICnwaiahao,
tin- Common Schools of Kituma
kupili, Kawaiahao and Honia V.
Al KWA, WAIANAU AND KOOI.AIM'OKO
b FOLLOWS :
On Monday, July ISth, at Hakipuu
and Waiaholo, Koolnupoko.
On Tuc-dny, July PJth, at Knneohe
and Wainianalo, lvoolaupoko.
On Wednesday, July 20th, at makun
and 1'okai, Waianae.
On Thursday, July 21st, al Wniawa,
The exorcises will be free lo all, and
will begin at U o'clock A. M., on each
ul the days named. The summer vaca
tion will extend to Monday, the 12th
of September next, on which dale a
new term will begin.
W. J AS. SMITH,
OilWc of the Board of Education,
July S, 1892. 40S :ii-2!) 2t
lenders for Purchase of
Notice is hereby given that mulct
authority of Chapter -IS, Session Laws
of 1SS8, "An Actio give greater securi
ty tu Depositors in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank,'' the Postmaster-Gen
ei al oilers for sale $50,000 of Coupon
Bunds of the Hawaiian Government,
stub bonds to be issued in the deno
mination of One Thousand Dollais
each, redeemable in not less than five
i'nr nor more than twenty years,
with intoicst at six per cent, per an
num, jmyablo semi-annually, principal
ami interest payable in U. S. gold
miii, the bonds to express on their
luce that they are issued as security
lui the Postal Savings Bank Deposits
lenders for the purchase of the
whole or any part of said bonds will
be received at the oiliee of the Eegis
trar of Public Accounts, Finance De
partment, up to 12 o'clock on FBI
DAY, the 1st day of July, 1S92.
lire Postmaster-General does not
bind hinisolf to accept any tender, or
the whole of any tender.
Dated May 2S, 1S92.
H. A. AVnm.MANN,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
C. N. Sl'KNCKli,
Minister of Interior.
YV. Austin Whiti.vo, .
JNO. L. KANAKAOLUNA, Esq..,
has this day been appointed an Agent
to lake Acknowledgments lo Labor
Contractu for the District of Hania
kua, Inland ol Hawaii.
C. N. SPENCEK,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Interior Oilioo, July 8,1892.
E.B.FKIEL, Esq., has this day boon
appointed a Notary Public for the
Second Judicial Circuit of lire King
dom. C. N. SPENCEH,
Miniritor of tlio Interior.
Interior Office, July 11,1892.
Picaaid to tint her Sid nor Party,
tin. isiaolhhcd lor the bmrnt ul all.
TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1892.
Mr. Aki lias a bill pending to tax
all manner of carriages and cycles
five dollars a year each. Hard times
aiu hud times for imposing fresh
taxes. Special taxeb of the sort pro
posed tiro ulways odious. A tax on
vehicles would be an oppression to
mail poor men. It is enough to tax
them as personal propel ty on the
assessor' a she when a man has
enough properly lo be so taxed.
ij;, .jjrtu-. n't'i nwwu i jnwwwiinwwMttuw
Mr. Uuli lins begun to grim! out
Uid Legislature the stale llellon of
ilic defunct English page of Ka Leo,
90 that a long and dreary session
may bo expected.
Uawniians nil over tlio country!
Imvo pclli toned against any cession
T ,! . 1. l It'll..-..
oi Hawaiian lerinuiv. mi-, initm
uill probably fliul lie over-rated his
popularity when he lent or otherwise
placed himself at the disposal of the
Mr. Maefarlano's amendment to
tlio coinage bill, adopted by the Ai-
sembly on third reading, to provide J
for the striking of 400,000 cent
pieces, Is n timely measure. During
the llush times that are gone it might
have been the proper thing to des
pise the thought of anything less
than a half-dime coin, but now under
the country's reduced financial cir
cumstances the cent will be a good
thing lo lake care of, which done the
dollar will begin to look out for it
self. A cent change will have a
tendency to briug down prices of
necessaries, as, where now a retailer
cannot find a profit in reducing an
article by a half-dime, with cen!- he
will have the sense to woo trade by
shaving off a cent or two.
Noble l'ua is one of the members
of the Legislature who arc sighing,
and think the country is dying, to
clothe Governors with all their old
time authority and emoluments. One
of the functions proposed to he
restored to the Governors is that of
assessing and collecting taxes. A
fly sheet has been circulated in the As
sembly, giving comparative figures
of the cost of assessing and collect
ing taxes under Governors and the
same service as performed by assessors-in-chief
and their assistants. It
is shown that the service cost under
Governors, in 18S1-5 and in 1880-87
over 1 1 percent of the taxes, while
in 1S8!) and 1890-91 under the pre
sent system the cost was C.71 and
G.90 percent respectively. Jlr. l'ua
has selected a cold day for an at
tempt to make the country recede
Mr. Kapahu aims lo distinguish
himself in a bill to piovide for three
Inspectors-General of Schools. This
reminds one of the device to keep
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" moving,
adopted by some peripatetic show
managers, of having three perform
ers of Marks the lawyer, three Top
sies, and things gencially in triplets.
Will our legislators ever be cured of
the notion that amongst their chief
duties is the ransacking of the stat
utes for some tinkering at which they
can try their 'prentice hands? The
value of a member may nowadays be
placed at inverse ratio to the amount
of new legislation lie projects. There
might be an improved educational
system for the country, but it must
be formulated b' men of the first
ability and after the most successful
models to be found in other coun
tries. Putting new patches on the
old garment will be just as bad as it
was -'down in Judee."
FOULING HIS OWN NEST.
A letter on "Hawaiian Planta
tions" appeared in the San Francisco
Weekly Post of June 8th, signed by
the initials of a teacher in the employ
of the Hawaiian Board of Education.
It contains such passages as the fol
lowing: "The Hawaiian Kingdom
is on the high road to bankruptcy,
and many who depended upon the
plantations for a living see ruin
ahead." "The Legislature, which
meets this mouth, could afford some
relief, hut, us a rule, Hawaiian
legislatures never benefit anyone but
Ijnodlcrs. A Hawaiian Legislature
docs not contain as much intelligence
as could be found in the grand stand
of u baseball game or horse race."
These are rather delectable senti
ments lo come fiom a beneficiary of
the Hawaiian treasury, one who is
paid to instil patriotism, among other
laudable principles, in the mind of
Young Hawaii. Lately the Board of
Education forbade two of its teachers
from sending news correspondence
lo the Honolulu daily papers because
they mingled politics with their con
tributions. Doubtless the Board was
acting in its right, although, owing
to the great dilliculty of getting
regular correspondents, its action is
embarrassing to the local press.
What does tlio Board think, and
what will it do, with a teacher who
vilifies the country and its Legisla
ture so coarsely in the foreign press
as has been done by the Post cor
respondent? DISCHARGED BY LAW.
A criminal named Kalaauliina,
sentenced by the Supreme Court on
.July 10, 1801, to pay 8100 line and
18.50 costs for violating Sec. 6,
l 'hup. -11, Laws of 1880, was dis
cii,.rged from custody yesterday, "it
appearing to Foster and Wilcox, J.,
Ihul he has no property,"
Thu Faoiho llAitmvAnc Co., LdM
i,avo jusl received from 13nglnnd mi
invoice of the well-known Dotilton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Clips and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
C'arbolineum Avenaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
"VTOTICK Is hereby given that the tui
i.1 ilerslgned having distrained cer
tain Goods ami Chattels, the property of
M. I. Sllva and M. Gomes, for non-payment
of rent, under the statute In such
ca-o made and provided, and the said
rental and eots in distraint and removal
remaining still unpaid after llfteon days'
distraint; the Mild Goods ami Chattels
will bo offered for sale at Public Auction
at the Salesroom of Jas. F. Morgan,
Auctioneer, on I'lUBSO Y, July 14,
IS'Jl', at 10 o'clock a. M., or so much
theieof a1, shall be necessary to the pay
ment of all arrears at the time of such
wile, together with the costs of such dis-tre-.,
leinoval, custody and Mile.
The followinn is the llt of Goods and
Chattels above referred to:
1 Sliipman Engine and Outfit, 1 Dy
namo, 1 et Connection, Pulley, 1 Ta
ble, 1 Desk, Plating Tools, 1 et Electric
Limit Wire and Lamps, 1 Iron Wash
stand, 1 et Solution1., Battery Jars, 1
Plating Tank, 1 Plating Tub, 1 Diuni
Oil, 1 ct Picture Frames, 1 Woiking
Bend and 2 Vice-. 'J Sign Boards, 1
Barred, 1 et Sundiies.
HIS 3t ANTON E HOMEN.
Household Furniture !
FRIDAY, July 15th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31
At the Residence of PBOF. M. M.
SCOTT, Fort Street, I will sell at
The Entire Household Furniture
1 Upright Piano,
(lloelling and Spangenberg, Makers.)
Upholstered Chairs, Piano Lamps,
Bugs, Lacquer Ware,
1 B. W. Marbletop Bedroom Set.
Single Bedsteads, Bureaus,
1 Antique Oak Dining Table.
Chairs, Disli Closet,
1 B. W. Sideboard.
Befngerator, Meat Safe,
t Fischer Steel Range and Utensils.
Also 1 Fine Carriage Horse,
Broken also to Saddle.
1 Double Carriage,
1 Set Harness,
Ladies' and Gents' Saddles,
Etc,, i-tc, htc, -I'.tc,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
roperty on Miller Street !
On SATURDAY, July lOtli,
A.'X" 1!J NO'.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
On Miller street near the Queen's Hos
pital, and directly opposite tliu Portu
guese Chinch. There are
Two New Cottages
On the place bringing lu a rental of
$ , and also a Convenient Lot at tear
of the above.
jtfr For further particulars apply to
JAS. P. BIOItGAN,
IfiS .it Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Desirable Residence !
On SATUHDAY, July JiiJrt,
AT IV! O'CLOCK MHI.V,
At my salesroom. Queen street, 1 will
sell at Public Auction,
THAT DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
At Palama, adjoining tlio residence of
.Mr. O. 1! Dwlglit. and being a portion
of the piopoiiy of the Estate of Miiilu
Tlio Lot has a fioulago of 72 feet on
the lane, and i 100 feet and U 10U feet
deep. Thcio is a
COX VKXI KNT COTTAUK
On the Lot containing 6 Jtooinn, Duiiiig
rooni and Kitchen, etc. The Lot is all
fenced: wnler laid on. An unusual op
poitiiuUy to obtain a Convenient Kesl
deuee. Uk&" For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
jUa lit Auutioueor.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
UEAL ESTATE LEASES!
On SATURDAY, July lOlh,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOW,
At my Salesiooin, Queen street, T will
ndl nt Public Auction, bv order
of EDWARD FURM ENAU,
Mortgagee, the following
1. SI 8 100 Acres of Land at Wai
bole, Koolaupuko, Oahu.
2. 1 Parcel of Land on north side
of Merchant street, adjoining the
lumber yard of Lowers ifc Cooke.
The Lot has a frontage of -l-l feet on
Merchant street and is from -Ul to, ol
feet deep, There is u Large I louse
on the property at present rented at
if 16 per month.
3. Lease of Property on Punch
bowl street. 'I he Lease is for DO
years fiom Marcli 20, 18S0, at $110
per year. This Property is sublet as
1. The Large Residence of W. S.
Luce, Esq., at 150 per mouth; ex
pires in 1S!)0.
2. Lot above tlio Luce residence
is leased for ISO years from 1880, at
flfi per year.
II. Lot and House below the Luce
residence, formerly rented at 20 per
month, at present unoccupied.
gjSF" The above ofl'er unusual op
portunities for safe investment.
fijSP For further paiticulars apply
JAS. P. MOItGAX,
On WEDNESDAY, July 27,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, bv order of II. M.
KAPIOLANI, I will sell at
THE LEASE FOR 20 YEARS OF
Adjoining the residence of Mr. "V. P.
Toler on the east.
The Lots have a frontage of about
81 feet on the Waikiki road, are about
Li I feel deep, with a lino frontage of
81 feet on the beach.
The Lots all have a frontage on an
unrivaled clear sandy beach. The
bathing is first-class, being among tlio
best at Waikiki.
gj& Tlio Lots are
marked from A to E.
For further particulars apply
JAS. F. AIOIiGAK,
109 13t Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
REAL ESTATE I
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, I will
sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, July 10th,
AT l O'CLOCK XOO.V.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
Situated at Xhipuipai, Honolulu, at rear
of residence of II. F. Chide, Efij.,
1 I-IOU&4KS LOT
Containing 27-100 Acre. These Is a
Dwelling House on thopiemlse.i.
2 TARO PATCHES
Near above Lot containing 18-100
0S!r" Deeds at purchasers' expense.
For further particulars, apply to
JAS. P. MOItGAX,
CUIEOK a'J8 drawn on F. A. Sehaefer
ACo. In favor of G. MoAvoy for
32:50.75. Payment having been stopped
all person', are cautioned against nego
tiating check. Finder plcuso leave at
F. A. Sehaefer & Co.'s olllce.
108:11 AlaKea blicel,
BETWKKN the residences of .1. II.
Sopor and E. I. fepaldlng, a Lady's
Cold VYutch with Four Chains and a
Small Clolm attached thereto. The
Under will bo lewardod by returning
same to the ISui.l.Ul.N Olllce. h!7 lit
'THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
JL eohunns of iiiteicetlug reading
matterti. Mailed to Iiireicn countries.
) $5; Islands 94.
a i "Vfctt4ju . u.uftlmt?ife'.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
1UOI1AICO A. .WcUUItUY.
fissues Every Desirable Form
It has paid Its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal over offered by
0&' For full particulars apply to
Auci on Siles by Lwls J. Levey.
Notice Is hereby given that hi accord
ance with the law in such eases made
and provided. I will cause to he sold the
following articles ol Houng Chang Tong,
taken by me hi distraining for lent, to
1 Clock, 1 Medicine Cutter. 1 bamboo
Lounge, 1 Step Ladder, 1 Folding Table,
2 Square Tables, 2 ClialM, 2 Stools, 1
Lamp and a quantity of Medicine and
& Said sale will take p'.aee al the
Auction Snlernem-. of I.k.nis.I. Li:vi:y, i
Auctioneer, coiner of Knit and Queen I
streets on KRlIAY,.luly loth, at IDA M. '
lix Lit M.J UUON.
V. F. REYNOLDS, Piioeiumou.
Solo Agent for the
This Machine is now impioved-o
as to make either Chain Siircii ok
Lock Stitch. It stands at the head.
NEEDLES and ATTACHMENTS
for all kinds of .Machines.
Sewing Machines of all kinds
gjST Don't foiget that this is posi
thely a CASH STOHK no private
individual can obtain Credit. Every
thing Hi. lefoic Ciii:ai'.
Staiionery and Blank Books!
GUITARS, from $-1.00 up.
Furncaux's Rcautiful Views of the
Lawn Tennis Rackets and Halls.
Base Balls and Bats.
Popular (Sound Sooks
At 35 Cents Each. '
NOVELS! NOVELS! NOVELS!
jS9w"Special Arrangements for school
OFFER FOK SALE
Al Specially MicbA Rates
AN ASSORTMENT Ol'
GcDiiinB Bavarian Beers!
Comprising the following Cele
Now being landed ex "J, C. Plluger."
J. C. PFLUGER"
And Oilier Late Arrivals :
Holsten Beer, Flensburg Beer,
Klb-chloss llecr. Porter, ICti'.. Lie., '
St. Louis & Milwaiil.ee Beer, qi and pts ,
Quarts and Pints ;
Claret, Port Wine, .Sherry,
Swedish Punch, Cognac,
Whhkcy, Ktc, Etc. Also,
HAVANA CIGARS !
roit sai.i: nv
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
j a rprvo Nicely Furnllied
W,i"i 1- Booms centrally located.
&&&&& KiKiuhu Bui.i.i:riN Olllce;.
AWU- . Vf'UELY Furnished Coitai:
&&& 1 at Maklkl near Ueretli
larttsSw nla-stieet ear. Bent S10.UI
Apply ibis olllce.
DUVAL PBIvMISES, HI
UoretunU sireet. onoo-
slte Foit-sti eel Church. Ap-
At Thoo. IL Davies te Co.
I PHI W
L1AYE OP IfiKED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Seleroom
On Kaahumanu Stroot, Ground Floor, with a
Lane Assortment of New Goiits ex "Bemore."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby,
Wedge wood & Other Fine Ware.
S3ew Rugs &. Carpets,
IVORY WARIi, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
X 1 1 K
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Ennv's Oi.n EsTAiii.isiiEn
Ice GliBSts k Roffipratora,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
I Plantat'onTojls, Iraplemms & Supplies i
Paints, Oils & Varnilies.
Vaniuim Oil fin's l.iihrfrtiiHiiif Oils !
Always the same; made by a special j
process and always reliable. ,
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins Xow Block, Fort & Slcrolmut streets.
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to be Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
tear Tlio Adeline Iilaulc Slocking? sire Ihe I Jest Made -a
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner UNm-I, As IIolol rlreels
We Will Sell THIS WEEK at Keduoed Prices
WHITE DRESS GOODS, CORSETS, KID GLOVES,
RIBBONS, FANS, ETC., ETC,
2Sr S- 10NK3 SI A. T K ! gra
Shoes & Boy's Clothing Etc., Etc.
S. EIIKL1CJ1 & CO.,
Corner Fort it Hotel streets.
At til cully Reduced Puces.
CI. -i -lie Portieres at JfO a Pair. Black Beaded Capes fur Ladies-, !f.ri JU-dueed
from .flfi and $M.
I GENTS' WHITE SBIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A now line nf Cli.illies at I0e. jier y.ud. 12-ineh All Wool Dress
(loud, in Plain, Stiipeil and Chukul, icduccd from
B. F. EHLERS & GO'S, 99 FORT ST.
(3T LresbiiiuUnj,' under the inauucerucut of MISS CLABK. &i
OF ill YORi
of Policy ?
FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLl ARS,
any Insurance Company.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
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