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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
I3(iiul Concert thin aftornoon.
AdvortlHo in tho
law at Yalo.
is to Btudy
Very dull in'polico clrclos.
BfiBO bull at
8:30. Stars va.
W. W. Hall and daughter loft
on tho ftliowora.
The Pacific Tonnis club held ita
monthly mooting at 1 p.m.
Ministor King mado his first
nppoaranco in tho Sonato this
Division 7 of tho Citizen's Guard
will hnvo regular target practice
at Maunaluu tomorrow.
Mr. ond'Mrs. Slatos, Mr. How
ard and others oft" the yacht
Eloanor are domicilod at Sans
Tho tou-oured barge racn and all
bets depending on it have been de
clared off, tho claim of Dave
Orozier for a foul being allowed.
Louis Marks, for a numbor of
years past ohief ongineer of tho
steamer James Makoe, has ro
signed from that position and
will dovote himsolf to' businosa
in this city.
Samuel S. Mahuka and Mis
Alico Leloo woro married at St.
Andrew's Cathedral yesterday,
tho coromonny being performed
by Bishop Willis. After a reception
at the priory, tho couple lofi for
Hawaii on tho Kinau.
Tho expenses of the Labor
Commission to dato havo been
$18153.78. This does not incUido
the pay of the five members
nor tho printing of tho- roiiorts.
The legislature will fix tho com
pensation of tho members.
THE IU3I101' 1IKAKD 1'KOJI.
CoimuoulK on 'flint Finance
-" Oommltlct'ii Ueport.
Editou Bulletin: -Sir, will
you allow me spaco in your
columns to oiler some comments
on tho roportof tho Finance Com
mittee, published iu your paper
ladt OTening, recommending tho
Legislature to refuse tho pay
ment of $450 now owing to lolani
College Irom the Governmont.
Tho Committee acknowledge
that tho amount is part of tho
sum voted by a previous Legis
lature for tho support of scholars
at lolani College during tho
bionniul period ending March 31,
1894:', they acknowledge that ii.
has not been paid; but they re
commend tho Legislature to ro
fuso payment, not on account of
anv failuro of tho Colleco to focd.
lodgo and educate the numbor of
scholars for whom the money was
voted, but because tho Principal
noglooted to apply for It at the
Treasury at a certain date pursu
ant to notice in cortain news
papers. 1. I havo first to call nttention
to the general misrepresentation
of the report, which treats my
petition, as if it woro a fiersonnl
claim of my own, instead of lining
a claim on bohuf of mi educa
tional institution the . oldest
boys' boarding school in Hono
lulu to which tho money wan
voted without any such conditions
as those which tho Finance Com
mittoe now ondeavor to nttnoh
2. Even if it wore capable -of
proof, which it is not, that thore
was negligence on the part of the
Principal, it would be a most un
just proceeding for an edu
cational institution to bo on
that Recount debarred for
ever from a sum of monoy
once votod for its support by tho
representatives of tho nation, tho
conditions of tho grant having
been faithfully fulfilled.
But, as I now proceed to show,
there was no negligence at all on
my part in the promises. The
notice I am charged with neglect
ing, I find in tho Hawaiian
Gazotto of March 9, 1894. It
runs as follows:
"Dei'Mitment op Finance,
Honolulu, March 0, 1894.
"All omployoes of tho govern
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ment, and other persons to whom
moneys may be due at the ITaxvai'
ian Treasury on or beforo tho
31st day of March , are roquestod
to "prosont vouchers for aettlo
mont on or beforo that dato."
To substantiate tho ohargo of neg
ligence, it must bo shown that
those scholarships wora duo to tho
Principal of the school at the Ha
waiian Treasury. But it has been
the undoviating practice for over
20 years, that, whon duo, these
scholarships are drawn from the
Treasury by the Board of Educa
tion whoso Secretary disburses
them to the soveral schools. There
wasnothing in tho abovo notice
to indicate any now departure,
and lead mo to supposed that tho
soholnrnhips were to bo paid at
tho Treasury without the intor
vontion of tho Board of Education.
Moreover, if it was intended that
tho schools were to enter into
direct relation with the Treasury,
how it is that tho following letter,
acknowledging tho debt, did not
come to me direct from tho Fin
"Bureau op Education,
Honolulu, March 22, 1894.
"Sir, ploaso inform us tho
amount duo at lolani College for
Scholarships to March 31, 1894,
as wo require the information
for use of tho Minister of Fin
anco. Yours respootfully,'
TV. Jas. Smith,
per S. TV."
It will be cloar to overy one
that whon the Minister of Financo
caused this inquiry to bo mado ho
did not regard lolani college as
debarred from receiving tho bal
ance of tho appropriation, for ho
rofors to it ns an undischarged
4. But it may bo asked, why,
when the notice appears in tho
papers, if tho scholarships wore
not duo at tho treasury, did yon
not apply to tho Board of Educa
tion. For two reasons. From
tho way things had boen going on
for the whole year it seomed veiy
doubtful whether scholarships
were included in that notice. And,
if they woro, I had beon assured
that I should receive notice from
tho secretary whonover tho Board
was in a position to meet them.
The public may not be awaro that
wheroas under tho monarchy, tho
scholarships woro paid regularly
by the Board in tho first Week of
oaoh quarter, on presentation of
each one's claim, this regularity
entirely ceased under tho pro
visional government. It was not
till August or Soptombor, 1893,
that tho instalments dun on March
I, and July 1, 1893, woro paid.
Tho sMO now duo are the instal
ments dm for tho q i rtt rs ending
September 30 ud December 31,
1893, and M-rch 3t, 1804. Aftor
milking several calls n tho socre
tiry of the Hoard of Education in
January, 1891, he told me that it
was porfoctly ubcIhiw for mo to
present my claims; no money
could bo dr.iwn to moot them, and
there wis no saying when they
would be paid. Hut whenever
tho monoy should be forth
coming, I should recoivo
notice. When at last the notico
of March Gth appeared, it was tho
duty of the Soorftnry of tho
Board of Education to put in tho
claims for all tho scholarships
then waiting to be paid. TYhy
tho claims of lolani Cnllego woro
not put in with tho rest is a
mystery which will probably
never bo solved. Tho Financo
Committee must bo vory hard up
for a plea for defrauding lolani
Collogo of $450, which the Min
istor of Finance aoknowledgod to
be due in May, 1894, whon thoy
reoommend that that institution
bo mulcted of nine mouths appro
priation on account of an over
sight of tho Secretary of tho
Board of Education.
BVBNINQ HUIiliKTIN. JULY 0, 1805.
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the caw, arte
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5. In the above senlonco I uso
tho word "defrauding" deliber
ately, hi tho mattorof scholar
ships tho governmont is in the
position of parent or guardian un
dertaking to pay at u cortain rato
for the children to whom theso
scholarships nro assigned at the
sovoral Bchools. In tho caso of
lolani Ojllogp, tho Legislature
has for over 20 yoars voted a sum
which enables the Board to pay
for twclvo hoys ut tho rato of $50
por annum. There has been no fail
uro on tho part of tho College to
fulfill its part nf tho contract.
Twelvo boys hnvo boon duly
lodged, fed and taught, but thoy
havo Only been paid for 15 out of
the 24 months of tho last biennial
poriod. Mr. McBrydo and others
rocommend that the other nino
montliH bo not paid for. Thero
is a novelty about' the recom
mondation which will. I think,
hardly commend it to tho House.
For, though not personally ac
quainted with nil its members,
I believe that it comprises a
majority of men of integrity and
honesty, who will hardly agree
together to repudinto a just claim
under tluitfliiiiHy pretext put for
ward by t Finance Committoe.
Principal of lolani Collogo.
July G, 1895.
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lic 10 my Yul' llulr Tonic, which is the llrst
and only icincdy Known to chemistry which
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color without dye. I personally Indorse, its
action and ijlo tin. public ni) folcmn guaran
tee that it has been tested in every conceivable-
way, nnd lias proved Itself tho only Ilalr
Specltle. It stops Imtr-fnllln. Immediately
and creates a luxurious growth. Contains no
Injurious lngrcdlt nt. it Is not sticky orgremy;
on tlio routr.it , H iiinl.es the hulrsol't, youth
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All druggists Price $1; also Yale's Skin'
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hold at the Arlington 'idol, King
streot, noxt Tuosd iy evening, the
'Jth inet, at 7:30 p.m.
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41-lt. ' . Sccrotiiry.
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. Swuin on Suiter street, makes . the
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lulu. Miucol'ios nsptcinlty. Cakos nnd
Ice Cream furuishod fTr balls or families.
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counteracts tho eljects of tho hent. It in abaoluloly freo from
a singlo intoxicating property and is evory whore recognized as
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t For Temperance People.
A packago of Hiro's Bootbeor extract will make fivo gal
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troublo or oxponso. Ask your storokoopor for it, made only
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' Lewis fe Company, Grocers
' Children's Muslin Emroided Hts,
In now pretty designs. " '
Infant's Muslin and' Silk Bonnets;
A largo assortment, latest patterns.
k Infant's Embroidered Cashmere Cloaks,
In short and long, cream and tan.
Infant's Long and Short Dresses.
A LAKOE ABSOHTMENT OP
Sun Bonnets -:- Sun Bonnets
In lawn and chambry, white, pink, It. bluo, cardinal oud navy.
x A NEW MNE OF
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
For $1.00 at
520 Fort Street,
No lottery, ralllo or game of chance, but u straight uusineitf proposition Retry iiermn ho
purthau ono of our New Process 8tovc between Thuksuay Moiinino, Jumu 'XI, und One
o'clock WupM'.gtur, AuiifBT 7, will be entitled to ono guess as to how many of these glove
will be sold up to that time, It being then Just live months since tlio first utovo wan purclinsed.
Tho person guessing correctly, or coming ncnrcsl to tho correct number, will reeebc nt once
present In cash of the full amount pakl fur lilt stove; In rn$o of two ormore persons guessing
the winning number, each shall make a further guess on the salct of the following week, ono
person thus llnally receiving tho prize.
As the stoves will bo sold at regular price, no ono risks anything, only if you guess uearest
to the right number your stove eostsyouuothlug. Tho prlre being blniply an ad. for Ncwl'ro-
Seal your gueas iu an envelope mil wince
private mark on tlio outside. Tho cnvelones
will know what U Insido each until the dato
be hung up beforo the opening of envelopes, wlileli will be doue at our store iu tho Waring
lllock, r'ort and llcrctanla, at 1 p.m. on August T, in tho presence of stove purchasers mid the
public. traassa mscs
O. V. STUKDEVANT,
Waring Bloox, Tol. 991, P. O. Box, 4G2. Cor Fort and Bor. Sts.
nuu a BELCR.
inadequate to oxprosa itu worth. Muu.
Detwoja Constance, Aow Orleans, Jj. a., U. b. a.
your tiamo and address on tin) liiblde, and some
will be careful! v kentaudnoone buttlie :ucsaer
of ojienlni;. A correct list of stoves sold'will