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Publ.c School L'ximinalioiis.
The Annual Examiiuiiionfl of tho i
Puliiic Day S howls in ilie DisuicUif ,
Honolulu will be Ik Ul no follow: I
SCHOOLS IS T1IK UXOUSH LANQITAOG.
On Monday, July lS.b, at Wailupc,
Kiininiluli, Mauoa, and WuUiiki-
On Tuetday, July l'Jtli, at Marques-
ille, Uorolania Stieet, Moatialua
and Kalihi-uka Schools.
On Wednesday, July Otb, at Fort
Stieet and Kaulinvola Seliools.
On Thursday, July 21st, at tbc lloyal
School anil lvalihi-waena Scliool.
On Fiiday, July 22d, at the l'ului-
kaina Gnls' Scliool.
SCHOOLS IN THK HAWAIIAN LANOUAOi:.
On Monday, .'uly lSth, utthc Govern
mint SelioolhuUbC at Kawaiahao,
the Common Schools of Kauma
kapili, Kawaiahao and ltonui W.
at kwa, waianau and k00i.aui'0k0
On Monday, July 18th, at llakipuu
and Waiaholo, Koolaupoko.
On Tuesday, July 10th, at Kaneohc
and Waimanalo, Koolaupoko.
On Wednesday, July iiOlh, at Makua
and Pokai, Waianac.
On 'lhurtday, JulyiUt, at Waiawa,
Tho e.xeicitCs will be free to all, and
will begin at !) o'clock a. m., on each
ol the days named. The Miinincr vaca
tion will extend to Monday, the 12th
of September ne.t, on which date a
new ti'im will begin.
W. J AS. SMITH,
OHiec of the Uoaid uf Education,
July i, 1SSJ2. -iS :ti-2U 2t
Sale of a Strip of Government
Land at Kalapina,
On SATURDAY, July 21$, 1S92, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of Abiolaui Hale, mil be eold at Pub
lic Auction, a Strip of the Government
Land at Kalapana, Puna, Hawaii, con
taining an area of 10 aeic.-, a littli
mini- or lets.
Uj.aet l'iicc,$2.00 per acie.
C. X. SPEiVOEK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Jnteiior OHice, June 21, 1802.
J 50 lit
Sale of a Part of the Govern
ment Land of Kolo, S.
On SATURDAY , July 2Ii, 1S02, a
12 o'clock noon, at the fiont enliani-i
of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at Pub
lic Auction 2G0 acics of the Govern
incut land in Kolo, South Kona, Ha
waii. Upset Price, Jr.'iOO 00.
C. N. Sl'ENCElt,
Minister of tho Inteiior.
Jnteiior Ollico, June 21, 1802.
J CO 15 1
CHAS. T. GULKJK, Efq., has this
day been appointed Commissioner of
l'nvato Ways and Water Rights for
the Dit-tiict of Kona, Island of Oahu,
Met 1'ierie Joncn, lesigncd.
C. N. Sl'EN'CEK,
Minihlurof the Intcrioi.
Inteiior Oilice, July M, 1802.
P'ci'efd to nuthrr Heel nor Party,
lint n tabis firil for tht briir.il of all.
THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1802.
AN ERRONEOUS NOTION.
Hon. Robert W. Wilcox sprang a
resolution of want of confidence in
the Ministry on the Legislature yes
terday forenoon. Mr. Wilcox did
this without having any party at his
back stiong enougli to do anything
if the Ministry wore ousted sum
marily. Hon. C. W. Ashford was
absent at the time the lesolution was
presuilcd, but made up for it by
hpringing a motion of want of con
fidence in committee of the whole.
His action had the appearance of
being takui under a leeliug that Mr.
Wilcox had got ahead of liiin, as if
there weie some special advantage
to the mover of want of confidence
when the motion should carry. This
is a mistaken notion that has been
expressed by Mr. Hush, if we re
member rightly, at a publio meeting,.
that the mover of a successful motion
of want of confidence was the peison
for whom tho Queen should send to
forma new Ministry. Such is mi
the practice in England, the niodil
of this featun of our system. Mr,
Colliugs, who moved the amendment
Itl llll Sin-Ui'll flOUl UiU lllUJIil), wllll'll
fin being Canicit (.iiiiik-!c-1 iWr.
(.Jliulsliiiiu to ii'sljsn nlnuor ten yeniS
rjr wos not iiiouuiit ot as n
- .. . . . !
tneiniurof Uiu now .uuiiiirv, union i
Imo .... t..i. I f I'll., urn.'1"
IV3 OlMV IUI IU IUIUI III J 1 1 v.
pur person lo bi stiinuim.cil to con- j
siittel n now Miu'.Mry 1? a Itiuler i
lii) can C'imiiiumi a majority In
Uiu LtUhiUiie. TliU neither Mr.
Wilcox nor Mr. Aslifonl can tin.
Mr. Ahfortl failed even lo net more
than half ihc ten nirnibers re- !
oniii'il to luiv.' the ttMHtiiul
u.dliil. lie his not even ihesk-le-ton
of a faction who repose oonli
itincu in hlni as a leadir, and 4u-ter-d.iy's
lesion ought to make him sub
side Into his appropriate obscurity.
1 lie stupul bluiukr of Mr. Wilcox,
in reckoning without his own faction
when lie disposed of himself to the
ci.eiiiies ot Ins country's indepeiid-.
dice, puts liiin also out of the cate
gory of leadership. Such self-appointed
leaders may move icsolutions
of want of confidence until, in Mr.
Thurston's favorite pluase, they "et
black in the face," but work in this
very congenial line to them will not
give them any claim to be callul to
foun a Ministry or become Ministers
THE HOUSEHOLD TROOPS.
Konou Un.i.r.Tix :
These are the days of ictrench
nient. Everybody admits the neces
sity of i educing public expense by
every piudciit measure. At the
siiiin- time when once the knife is
sci.xl, and tne -slashing is freely in
duigul in, tin ic is danger of cutting
idimIci p in d ingot ous places, and to
n ake a wound which will piove dilli
iu I lo heal.
ii is ptupo-icd to reduce the al
ready small body of household
Itoips; and here a serious question
arises, whether this reduction may
not be attended with preponderating
evil. The discipline of the men, the
excellence of their drill and general
appearance cannot be questioned.
Nor can it now fairly be said that
they arc not loyal to their duty and
It is a significant fact that the op
position or ndicule expressed for the
guai ds may imariably be traced to
two classes of people. Either an
nexationists or revolutionists. It
was openly stated by the speakers
of the recent Libeial paity that when
the lighting came it would be with
the soldieis and not against them.
How giievoiisly mistaken this idea
was is manifest from the l coords ol
the treason trials. Now, therefore,
if report speak true, this same party
clamor for the abolition of the guards
altogether. The very fact that the
entire disturbing element in the com
munity is opposed to the household
guard furnishes one of the bestargu
ments for rigorously opposing any
diminution of its strength and ellici
ency. Many reasons may be urged why
the guard should be maintained at least
.u iu pipsent strength. Democratic
A on nc.i has an army which, in pro
IMiiiKiii io its population, is about as
eun-idciable as ours. It is an ack
nowl. ilgid necessity in all govern
ments tual a certain nucleus of force
iiuist lie maintained wherewith to
Ucrp and preserve peace, and put
down at Hie outset any possible out-
buisi ol ieolt or lawlessness. Our
iiwn 1 1 oops would serve such a pur
pose thoroughly, and would give the
citizens time to organize a coips of
defense, more elfectual and power
ful, should occasion demand. Some
such concomitant of Royalty is uni
versally conceded to the Sovereign.
Kor man' reasons, but for this es
pecially, which may liavu escaped
the cousidciation of some of us.
The first impulse in every revolu
tionary movement is to gain posses
sion of the person of the Sovereign.
The evidence in a recent trial went
to show that the proposed plan of
rebellion was to capture the Queen's
poison. The Soveicign, then, occu
pies the position of first attack. Her
danger is greater than that of any
other pii-on. Is it right lo leave a
woman, with no fitting piotcction, to
mi el alone I he first onslaught of
i l- uliitM iiiiijv excitement? lly the
linn' a siillk-icul corps of defense was
oi.aui.ul, -slit- would in all piobabil
it be in Hie hands of her enemies,
Mul i In- m nluiion a "fait accompli,"
I iiau said that Annexationists
and Revolutionists are opposed lo
the maintenance of our very modest
company of soldiers. Nothing
would suit the former better than to
have no means of quieting disturb
ance except the American warship in
poit. It would be the first step to
permanent occupation and ultimate
destruction of our independence.
Most people don't want niinexntion at
all, but lo get.ii in such an undigni
fied mauiiei as acknowledging
wcaie incapable of taking ctue ot
ourselves must be repugnant to any
body with tin: least leeliug of respect
for the country.
Reolulionits always prosper in
the weakness of the ruling power.
The guard may not be much, hut it
is more than sullicient to overawe
these heroes in our midst. Do away
with our center of protection and you
foilify the enemy and strengthen his
hands by every man you dismiss. A
discharged soldier is but a poor citi
zen. If not allowed to fight for or
der, lie will delight in fighting against
Let the Legislature think patiently
bt-foie it determines upon a course
liaiihl with danger none the less
ii.il bu-auseiidiculed by Ihothought-k--.
' HE (XDESrDAILY in the
X Kingdoiu-'Hio Daily liullctiu.
ODD NOTES BY A BOHEMIAN,
li is tui i-nout'0119 imprrsimi for
any person to lie utitler tn stiiiniiiir
".. .. t.r.tn.ii lltnl , l.i I nut utifl lll.t
il" ".'.- y "'- ........... ...
. lit.. I Imin i.ii i I tt nut rliinilll mi.
'" !"- I'-ik.l - , !'
luul io Marshal Wilson uutl liis
It is nls'i wroni; to Hunk Unit
Hit winncis in a po itieal llylit can la
imluiid t cany out i he prom am or invoice of the well-known D Hilton
i the losing ptiiy. Home so-called n i f . ,,v
! Wilms of the Liberal party got 1 1 lc' comprlng Ikcnkfasl and Dm
! theiu'-elvi's into tiouhle 1 delhintly i ncr Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau-
,l)Uj ,mv cnii,g upon the Marshal
to make uiresu. For a hum lime
"" " "sou po-iiieiy it'iiiscu to I'm
i e tiee bnaid fur llicm al the Gov
1 1 nun ul expense, bill alter a linn' i
m commodali'd a few. One uaiiut and
lean looking Yankee lawyer said, "I
camo here lo i.iht because Wilsm
said he would pull us in." The
aforesaid lean lawyer was ignored.
The Marshal is repotted to have said
if tie wishes to temain on the Islands
"he will have to support himself."
His "leanness" is mad about it and
writes out resolutions and want of
confidence motions for those of his
compatriots who have picked up
their S2f0 from the Hall of Wisdom.
That committee of the would have
been a godsend could have let the
old Colonel even catch on. It was
very ciucl of the rank and file of the
Liberals to sit down so hard upon
them last Tuesday night at the old
armory. Another fault found with
the Marshal is that he docs not hire
fools and ignoramuses to perform
public duties. His staff, being men
of education and brains, possessed
of good executive ability, does not
suit the few who have axes to grind,
yet the common rank and tile like to
see things done as at present.
Educated kickers arc always on
hand, no matter who is in charge of
the Police Department, and it has
been ever thus. Once in two years
is politics enough for the ordinary
voter. If the Legislature proves lo
be of the boodle variety, none of
them can come again ; it is sure to
be found out. Resides it is the Ha
waiian custom to oust a ministry
biennially. The writer not being in
politics in the off season, would
like to let some leaders know what
their former followers think of them
in their legislative capacity.
LEE'S VOLCANO ROAD.
Editou Rui.i.r.TiN :
If legislators are in earnest in
their retrenchment schemes let them
show it in this matter. It is pro
posed b3' the majority report of the
committee to whom the matter was
refeired, that SC000 be paid Mr. Lee
for the purchase of this road.
The cost to Mr. Lee of the making
of it was within S1000; repairs since,
almost nil, it being now in a very
bad state, the original (rack in many
places being completely worn away,
and passage for vehicles being only
possible by their turning off and
taking a fresh course.
Is it proper or reasonable, at a
lime when the country is so depress
ed, and difficulty is found in getting
sullicient income to cany on the gov
ernment, when government employees
arc having their salaries cut down all
round, that it should be proposed,
even though one of the proposers is
a Cabinet Minister, to pay a profit of
.)0 percent on the construction of
By all means let it be a govern
ment road if it can be obtained at a
reasonable figure, that is at what it
cost, but not at any such fancy price
as is proposed.
Mr. Lee has made good interest on
his investment and will I think be
glad to get a return of the capital.
Whatever appropriation is passed
let another one go with it, and that
not a small one ; to put the road into
something like a fit slate to travel
I have no feeling in this matter
against Mr. Lee, I am simply taking
my right as a taxpayer lo speak
my mind on a public matter.
Hawaii, July 7, 1802.
GLEE CLUB AT LAHAINA.
The Oahu College musical combin
ation iias been nt Lahaina and lias
fairly repeated the experience which
Ca'sar so laconically described in his
well-known epigram. They appear
ed before the public at Wainee
Church on Thursday evening the 7th.
I'rom the very first the concert was
a pronounced success. The audience
was in an appreciative mood, peihaps
owing in paitto the popularity which
some of the boys had gained dining
the few days they had been at Laha
ina. The first number on the pro
gram was received with an encoie.
The boys rose to the occasion and
made each of their later perform
ances belter. Of Miss Dale's sing
ing 1 need only say, in the language
of Prof. Wood, "Lahaina people ap
preciate a good thing when it is of
fered them." Mr. Lyman's cour
age in following her solo with one of
his own was duly appreciated. A
duet sung by these two singers later
was piohably the best thing of the
evening. Rut it is not necessary to
specify the good tilings. Eacli num
ber was a success. The audience
was like Oliver Twist, only more so.
They not only "wanted more," but
tiny would have it. While the sing
cis responded to encores with such a
good grace that all felt free to call
them back alter nearly every per
formance. Lahaina people have none
hut pleasant memories of the whole
afffair and none but kind wishes for
the Puliation boys (including Prof.
Wood) and the ladies who so ably
assisted them. Come again.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physio but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
aalo by Reason, Smith &. Co., AgeutB.
Tliu I'Acirto II.vr.mnn Co., Lil.,
have just received from Knglaml an
ceis, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of l'lanlalton Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as alto
of Lubricating Oil.
L'arbolineum Avenaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, July 101 h,
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, bv older
of EDWARD KURSTENAU,
Mortgagee, the following
1. :il 8 100 Acres of Land at Wai
hole, Koolaupoko, Oahu.
2. 1 Parcel of Land on north side
of Merchant street, adjoining the
lumber yard of Lowers & Cooke.
The Lot has a frontage of -1-f feet on
Merchant stieet and is from -lit lo Til
feet deep. There is a Laigo House
on the piopcrty at present rented at
fl5 per month.
It. Leaeo of Pioperty on Punch
bowl street. The Lease is for HO
years fioin March 20, 1880, at $110
per year. This Propel ty is sublet as
1. The Large Residence of W. S.
Luce, Esq., at $50 per month; ex
pires in 180(5.
2. Lot above the Luce residence
is leased for 110 years from 1880, at
$15 per year.
It. Lot and House below the Luce
residence, formerly tented at $20 per
month, at present unoccupied.
gjS The above oflor unusual op
poi tunilics for safe in vestment.
fj& Kor further paitieulars apply
JAS. P. MORGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, July 21,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, by order of H. M.
KAl'lOLANI, 1 will sell at
THE LEASE FOR 20 YEARS OF
Adjoining the icsidenco of Mr. W. P.
Toler on tho cast.
The Lots have a frontage of about
81 feet on the Waikiki load, aie about
Rl I feet deep, with a fine frontage of
81 feet on the beach.
The Lots all hae a fioulagu on an
unrivaled clear sandy beach. The
bathing is liii-t-chiss, being among the
best at Waikiki.
gj9 The Lots are staked out
maiked fiom A to E.
gjST Por fuitber particulars apply
JAS. P. MOKGAN,
-109 lftl Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
REAL ESTATE !
At my Salcaioom, Queen stieet, 1 will
null at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, July Kith,
AT l O'CLOCK XOOX.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
.Situated at Niupalimi, Honolulu, at iear
of icbldeuco of 11. F. Glade, E$ij.,
1 HOUSE X-iOT
Containing 27-MO Acie. Thrfeo is a
Dwelling Uoiisuoii tho pt oml.-u.s.
2 TARO PATCHES
Near abou Lot containing 18-100
CQy Ueedii at piircliarers' expeiiso.
For luil her puiiiculaio, apply to
JAS. F, JUOKUAN,
) -108 1 Auctioneer,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
iUC'ill.tICO A. .lScOIJKIlV,
Issues Every Dssirttbio Perm of Policy J
It has paid its member since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOU ARS,
Us New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insiiiancc Company.
K5T" For full particulars apply lo
??. J16. U l W!!-
l'Jl General Agent (or Hie Hawaiian Islands.
Auci on S les by Lwis J. Levey.
Xoth'K I h rihv iMu'ii lint In accniil- i
aiii'i! with ih" law In ui h e.i-e-imnli!
and pi-nvldud, 1 will caue to bo sold the
f"llow lug ai tlelei of lloong Chung Tone,
taken by me in dNttaliiitig for lent, to
1 Cloel., 1 Meillelnu Cuttei. 1 U'lmhoo
Lounge, 1 Step Ladder, 1 Folding Tabic,
2 Npiaie Table, '2 Chair-. 2 Moid, 1
Lamp and a quantity uf Meilielne- and
Bfetf" Said sale will take p'.aee at the
Auction SnlcsmniiH of Lv.wis.I. Li:vi:v,
Auctioneer, comer of l'mt anil Queen
trcuth, on FRIDAY, Jnlv loth, at 10 A M.
FW lot XU GOON'.
Auction Pales by Janus F. Morgan.
Household Furniture !
FRIDAY, July loth,
AT IO !" I,IM' A. 3I
At the Uesidcnci of I'KOK. JI. M.
SCOTT, Foit Si nt, J will tell at
The Entire Kirns hold Furniture
1 F plight Piaao,
(Hoelling and Sp.iugcnbcrg, Makers.)
Upholt-toied Chans., Piano Lamps,
Hugs, L.ieipiei Ware,
1 B, W, Marbletop Bedroom Set.
Single HedMcadb, IJureau-,
1 Antique 0jk Dinhg Tabic.
Ch.iii.-, Dihli Clo.ct,
1 E. W. Sideboard.
Kofngetator, Meat Safe,
1 Fischer Steel Range and Utcnslk
Also 1 Fine Carriage IJorse,
13iok.cn also to Saddle.
1 Double Carriage,
1 Set Harness,
Ladies' and Genta' Saddles,
Etc., Etc., Eto., Etc.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
Properly on MUlcr Street!
On SATURDAY, July lGth,
A.T 12 ISOOV.
At my Sale-room, Queen sneet, I will
sell at I'nlilic Auction,
On Miller tieet near the Queen's Hos
pital, and diiectly oppo-itu tbu Portu-giic-c
Chin en. There are
Two NW Cottages
On the place biluguig in a lental of
S , and al.-o a Coincident Lot at iear
of the above.
tQf- For fiuther pniticuhus apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE UF
Desirable Residence !
On SATURDAY, .Inly 2rt
AT IU O'CLOCK .OV.
Al my fcalcriooin. Queen .-tiect, I will
-ell ul Public Auction,
THAT DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
At Palatini, adjoining the lesldeneu of
Mr U It Duilit. and beln a portion
of the propeny of the E-tate of Maiia
The Lot has a frontage of Vi feet on
the lane, and In 100 feet and In 100 feet
deep. There 1 a
COX VKX I KNT C'OTTAU K
On the Lot ooiitaiuin; 5 Iloom-, Diulng
inuiu and K1 eheu, etc. The Lot N all
fenced: w.iiei laid on. An unu-iial oji
poi'tiiiilly to obtain a Convenient Kci
deuee, BSy For further paitieulars apply to
JAS. F. MO KG AN,
.Mil it V NICK Cott go on Iloio
,fr$V?3S tanla stieet near 1'iilol
StowSS stieet. coutiiinliiK I'arlor. Two
liedioonis, llalhrnuin, Itiulii-iooin,
Pmitiy and Kileheiii tfcivaul'i, Kooiu,
i'iiiiIiio lloiihu, Siabln, etc. Tmiiiciiib
pareeiy 'JO mliiiitCB. Apjily ollico of
thU paper. I'is if
EOJt IlISNT or JEASE
rpiIE PiemlM'b on Lniina
I ti,,.,i i.,...i,. i... i i...
;jWi A. B Naoiie. a New and
Deniable House i-uiiliiluliu: Kllchuii,
Jtathiooiu, ele , etc. AUo, Outhoiitcb
on tlits jiieinlt-eb, will bo iciited or
leaded. Poeeuaslon e,lveu 1st of July,
Apply on the pienilbes,
455 lm A. B. NAONE.
i r li
HAVE OPINED THEIR
New China, Giass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaalnunanu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Lane Awlmrit of Now
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
Sew Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
S IP Bi ITOJS? K S-2DUCED 22
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'cL
rX' li JLC
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Euiiy'h Old E.vrAni.i-iii:i)
In Stats k Miipratopo,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantation Toils, Implem m & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Vainlslies.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s LuMcatitig Oils!
Always the Mine; ni'iile by a special
piocess and always i citable.
Carbolinsum Avenarlus in Quantities to 3uit.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Ulock, Fort & Merchant streets.
b ibg) a
04 Fort Street,
Just Received a
Guaranteed to be Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children,
aSTTlio Aduliiut Black Slocking? aro Uio Resl Made -
8. Kill l.K'll
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Port &Z Holel S-t !- h
We Will Sell TBOSWEEKat Reduced Prices
WHITE DRESS GOODS, CORSETS, KID GLOVES,
RIBBONS, FANS, ETC., ETC,
So fc I LJ J' X
Shoes & Boy's Clothing Etc., Etc.
S. ElIKLfClI & CO.,
At Orcatlj llciluccd Prices.
Cl-;i .lie l'ortioiefe at W a Pair. IU.icl; IJcadid Capcti for Ladies. $5 Reduced
fiiuu .tlC ami $:0.
GENTS" WHITE SHIRTS
A new lino of Challies at -10o.
Onodb, in Plain, Sniped
ifr! to (JOo.
B. F. EHLEHS &
tar Dressmaking under tho
OF NEW YORK.
DAPS I GO
Goods ox "
iTmw rf sv ..' ' Fail
New Invoice of the
if -Ji.LZL -- " !, nt PuTI
ll JLI V 'V & I
Corner Koit it Hotel stieets
AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
per yard. '12-incli A
and Checked, reilut
All Wool l)i esb
pur yard, in
CO.'S, 9a FORT ST.
management of MISS OLAHK. a