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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 7 180G.
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Land Agent Appointment.
Notice is herohy given that Mr. E. D.
llaldwin has boon appointed Sub-Agontof
Public Lands for tho First Land District
(IIllo and Puna), said appointment dating
from January 1, 1800.
J. F. drown,
Agent of Public Lands.
Pnblio Lands Office, Honolulu, January
2, 1890. 195-.1t
FHIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1890. WILL
bo observed as n National Holiday, and all
Uo eminent oflices throughout tnollupub
lie will bo closed cu that day.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior office, January 0, lS'.KJ. ll)o-3
DKI'lUTMr.NT OP KlVANCR, I
lliiNoi.ii.t, H.I., Jav 0, 1SU0. (
Scaled Under will be received nt tlic ulllcc
of (lie Minister of Klu.inco ui.til 12 o'clock
noon od Friday, January 10, Is'JO, for printing
mid binding tho Annual Report of tlio Dejnrl
ment, tor the )vnr ItUS, a follows :
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i'iguic and reading matter, without rules,
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Edition nf 500. Type, small ple.i. Tables,
Paper to be letter A, Hook, 44 lb.
No bid except In accoidincu ltd the above
will be considered. The .Minister of Finance
does not bind himself to accept the lowest or
Simple of stjlc for the work t an lie seen
upon application to the Registrar ot Public
8. M. DAMON,
I95-3t Minister of Finance.
In a circular formerly issued by this
Hoard on tho subject of religious toaching
in schools, referenco was made to tho fait
that in the stalnlss .relating to tho Bureau
of Public Instruction it is provided that no
person in holy orders or minister of religion
shall bo eligiblo to fill tho office of President
of tho Hoard of Education or of Inspector
Agin, articlo 07 of tho existing Constitu
tion declares that " uo public money shall
be appropriated nor public land convoyed
to or for the support or benefit of any sec
tarian, denominational or private sohool,"
The evident intention of thoso provisions
Ls that there shall bo uo religious teaching
in the public schools supported by tho Gov
ernment, but that they shall remain strictly
non-sectarian and socnUr.
The school buildiDgs shou'd therefore bo
nsodonly for purposes peitnining to the
public education of tho children of th
couutry. Accordingly, the permission
formerly given to the School Agents "to ar.
rongo with the clergymen of any religious dt
nomination to allow them th use of the Gov
ernment school houses after 2 o'clock p. w ,
for a time not exceeding one hour, once a
week for each denomination applying, for
tho relig-'ous instruction of Buch scholars as
may chooso to attend" is hereby rovoked.
This Board does not, however, consider
it inconsistent with the principle statod
above, to continue the puctice of opening
tho schools every morning by repeating
tho Lord's prayer in unison.
The School Law also declares that "The
objoct of the common jchools supported
by Government is to instruct tho children
of tho nation iu good morals," which in
cludes honesty, truthfulness, obedience to
parents and teachers, respect for superiors
in age and position, patriotism, kindiies,
Iwnev'oleuce, hclofulness to tho weak and
tho unfortunate, humanity to animals, per
sonal cleanliness, modesty, chastity, temp
erance and other virtues, which should bo
tiught by procent, illustration and example
at all times.
No profane or indocent language should
bo allowed in the school premises or nu the
way to or from sohool.
Special Instructions should also bo given
on the ovil effects of the use of alcoholio
drinks and of narcotics.
By order of the Board of Eduoation,
J. F SCOTT,
SMALL UNFURNISHED COTTAGE IN
a respectable neighborhood by a married
couple, no children, Address
IfJMf P.O. Box 440.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY 1 AT LAW.
.Honolulu,' II. l.
, Office ou Kaahumanu struct, lately occu
pied by Mr.'.Tburston. WMf
5I?? Evei)ii)$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
JAN. 7, 1896.
Tho Timo is away off in itB
statomont that tho projected com
pany to dovolop a lumber tract
in Australia would buy its equip
mont in England. Mr. Smith
lias satisfactory estimates from a
firm nt IudianapnliB to furnish
tho wholo plant. Whatovcr pro
fits urc in the schemo would como
back to develop Huwuiiun indus
try just iu proportion to the stock
taken lioro. It is learned that a
transient resident her" has ox
pressed himself fav.ir.ibly to the
scheme and with tin- owner of tho
land may carry it out without
asking for stock subscriptions.
Owing to tho moclinnicul ob
stacles the holiday number of tho
Evening Bulletin is delayed, but
it will bo out now in a fow days.
It contains a succinct record of
tho past year, also n groat mass
of information about the leading
institutions and industries of tho
city and country, which will make
it exceedingly valuable for pro
serviition us histoiic memoranda
and a memento of an ovontful
year. The first sheols through
tho press look beautiful, both in
letter press and illustrations.
It is not often that Honolulu
has a visit from n European con
tinental man-ot-war. Tho arrivul
of the Italian ship Oristoforo
Colombo is therefore an interest
ing event in tho record of uavul
visits, moro especially as she
brings the presence of a member
of, Italy's illustrious rotgning
Much disapproval is heard, from
both lnwyors and laymen, of tho
selection of M. de la Vergno for
the important position of District
Magistrate of Honolulu. Tho ob
jection is on tho ground of his
youth, inexperienco and short
timo of prior residonco in the
city. It is urged that tho District
Magistrate under our laws is
clothed with remarkably groat
powers over perrons and property,
consequently ought to bo u man
of mature experience nnd tried
judgment. That his decisions aro
reviewable in the higher courts
does not woigh, as not every de
fendant in a criurnal or civil case
can afford to take out app"ala. Wo
want to be sure, of having uDistrict
Magistrate who will not do just
what he may bo told by another
Government officer or a profes
sional mentor. It is doubtful if
some intelligent layman of long
residence might not bo moro fit
for the position than auy avail
able lawyer. Tho publio are
now saying: ""Wo liko to seo tho
young men get ahead, but taken
altogether tho present judiciary
appointments please us too well."
With its delayed issuo of lost
woek Tho Timo ceaspd to exist.
Mr. Stacker fought bravely and
well against adverse circum
stances till the last, and his effort
to establish an illustratod weokly
deserves u mark of merit in the
anuals of local journtlism.
We have hoard of world-circling
post cards, cyolista and
racing lady reportors. Also of a
Boston newspaper man who left
tho Hub without scrip or raiment,
on a $10,000 wagor that ho would
travorso tho circumference of the
sphore with "lashins" of monoy
in his travol-acquired garments.
Now wo hoar of a dog that was
started on tho globo trotting
oourso by merry railway clerks at
Tacouan, Washington State, on
August 19. "Owuoy," as tho
caul no traveler is called, was at
Now York on tho homo stretch on
Decombor 23, having arrived as u
passenger by tho Bteamer Fort
lMnlip from Yokohama. His
"burk wilt, ou thu Bens" for a long
IIRPAUTL'ne OV THE rHKSIDKNT.
For i Mouth's Tour or the Island of
A large numhor of pooplo, prin
cipally nativos, gathered at tho
Intor-island wharf this morning
to witness tho doparturo of Presi
dent Dolo for Hawaii. Tho pre
sence of tho baud made things
lively. A fow minutes boforo 10
o'clock President and Mrs. Dole,
oscoited by Colonel rSopor and
Major Potter, arrived at the land
ing and at mico ho.irded tho
sto.iiiiur, where they wete greeted
by the Attorney General, Chiof
Justice J iidd iinil otht r's. Senator
Wnterhoiiso accompanied the
p.irty and will probably remain
with it during the trip. O. 1'.
luukeu, of the Laud Department
is nlso a membor of the party.
Tho President will remain on
Hawaii about three weoks or n
mouth, during whieh lime he will
make a personal invalidation of
the noods of its citizens iu tho
mutter of now roads, forestry and
land matters gouoially. The tour
is undertaken so Hint iu his mes
s:igo to tho coming legislature
President Dole will bo ab o from
actual observation to liiuko pro
per rocommondations, for supply
ing tho noeds of tho big island.
The crew of the U. S. S. Balti
more were drawn up in line on
the forwaid deok, and saluted tho
presidential party us tho Hall
left the dock but no powder was
Jj.tNDS AM) IilCASKS.
Sale Held by tho Agent of Public
At the Judioiary building on
Suturduy tho following Balos of
lands and leases were mudo at
Lot in Waiabolo, Oahu, 1 1J
100 acres, G-10 acre being rice
land, upsot price $120, sold to M.
Phillips & Co. for $220.
Lot in Waiabolo, 6 7-10 acres, 2
acres of which is rico land, sold to
M. Phillips & Co. for flOO, tlio
Kaupo lots in Maui. One of 75
1-10 acres, to D. B Murdock for
upsot prico, S225.30. Out of 52
25-100 aores, to E. E. Paxton for
upsot prico, $150.75, und another
of 58 2-100 acres to thu sumo pur
chaser at tho upsot price. $174.05.
One of 54 'JiMOU ncros to T.J.
Loary for $164.75. the upsot price.
Loaso for 15 yens of fi-h pond
at Pouhalu, Ewa, about 23 aoros.
upsot prico 100, sold to Pelani
Loaso for 16 yoars of fish pond
at Ualapue, Molokai, about 22
aores, upsot prico $50 ay oar, sold
to D. Kaopeahiua for $55.
J. H. Boyd, clerk of the Land
Oflico, conducted tho sale.
Timo says "Mr. Hnyno
ohose to rako up somo vory old
and ill sraolling dung hills, so
that it might appear that tho had
cdors permeated tho utmosphore
of tho entire group." Truo, that
is oxnctly theousQ, in a paragraph.
Mr. Hnyno has endeavored to rako
up somo foul scandals of past
nges and has boen particularly
successful in that respoot in his
last (as yot unpublished) i?suo.
But his efforts so far havn beon
without avail so far as tho hotter
classes of Honolulu aro concerned.
They caro nothing for filth and
mire thrown at them from tho
mouth of suoh a weapon as tho
Hawaiian, which, by the way, is
a boomerang nnd will suroly un
load somo day upon the carcass
of its promulgator.
(Continued from 1st page.)
out improving tho opportunity
heroin afforded to recur ngain to
what I havo already Btated con
cerning the beot sugar intorests of
this Stiito. Too inuoh stress can
hardly he laid upon tho im
portance of this industry and its
growth to tho goner! prosnority.
It may be contondod by persons
not familiar with all the details of
the industry and the benefits ac
cruing from it that there is in its
groutor development profit only
for tho manufacturer. But this
will not bo tho result. Tho pro
ducer und the omp.oye must iu
the nature of things sharo with
tho manufacturer. As tho sugar
industry will add to the tilled
ncrpago of California so will it
add to facilities of thu farmer for
the accumulation of wealth and
demand an added number of em
ployes. Tho commercial inteiosts
of the towns nnd cities most liko
wise ho enhanced, and the con
sumer share iu tho geucr.il
result. The producers and
tnnuuf.icturorrt of this State
by an association which is
active in its efforts dosiro the
uutromigo of home products and
home manufactures. Now the
beot sugar industry is directly in
line with this principle, und
doubly eo, in fact, because i
comprehends not only tho product
tion of tho raw material in Cali
fornia but also tho manufaoturo
of tho article ready for the market
and for consumption. Should the
industry grow, as I hopo it will,
to suoh an increasa of acreage as
to doinand tlio advent of moro
farmers into the Stuto, then it will
become an indirect adjuuet to tho
Half-million Club in aiding tho
increase of population of Cali
fornia, if not of San Francisco.
I urn wiling to add to my in
vestments in this Stuto by tho
establishment of boot sugar man
ufactories, in tho hopo of arous
ing the pooplo of Ciliforniu to tho
duo importuueo of this groat sub
ject, us wull us for personal profit.
Extensions ot Timo.
Bofore Judgo Magoon, a motion
that dofault be opened, arid that
defondant have fivo days to an
swer, wus granted in tho case of
John Henry vs. James Oarty.
Exceptions to tho order wero
notod by plaintiff. Noumaun and
Creighton for plaintiff; Thurston
und Stanley for defondant.
Judgo Whiting has granted tho
defendant's motion for extension
of timo to answer in tho equity
suit of Hawaiian Commorcial and
Sugar Company vs. Claus
Tlio Judicial Appointment.
Justice Froar was sworn into
office yesterday as First Assooiato
Justice of tho Supreme Court, on
account of his departure by tho
Australia that afternoon. Tho
other judicial appointeos woro not
8 worn, as one of them had not yot
uccopted. Although somi-offioial,
tho iuformation givon in this pa
per on Saturday was to that ex
Opcnlnc ol'llie Mclit. School.
Ninoty-nino intending pupils
presented themselves for enroll
ment in the night sohool last
oyening and after boing examined
as to their qualifications woro as
signed to tho three classes to bo
taught by Principal Lightstone
aud his two assistants, Miss
Ly.ich and Mrs. N. B. Emorson.
Of tho pupils 52 woro Portuguese,
10 Hawaiians, 11 part Hawaiian,
11 Chinese, 13 Japanese and 2
Amorican. Profossors A'exandtr
and Scott, W. A. Bowen, Arm
strong Smith, A. T. Atkinson and
othors interosted in school mattors
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats,
Tho original brund.
Difforeut from nnd hotter thnn any other brand.
fJSf For salo hy nil Leading Grocers.
PRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
nii.ivvtr.yy mi' coun'IHT.
Ram Ginhntu nfflie Club Mubh-x Leff
on tlio AnMrMlla.
Samuel Graham, inanogor of
the Club Stables, was ationding
to business as usual yestoruay up
to a few minutes boforo tho do
parturo of tho Australia. Whon
that vessel left at 4 o'clock yes
terday she took Mr. Graham with
hor, although bo lnid not taken
the trouble to securo passport
or purchase atickot at the-oflico of
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Mr. Grubiim loaves his- personal
a flairs and tboso of tho corpora
tion of which ho was tho trusted
munuger iu a very unsettled
shape, to say tho least, nntl it will
tike some time to tell how the
comp.ny stands. Enough, is
known, however, to stato that it is
heavily involved, but until tho
committee which is now
examining tho- books make
thoir roport it will not bo
known how deeply. This com
mittee o insists of Murk HobinBon
and John 11. Wall-r. It has boon
discovered that Graham has boen
soiling off most of tlio best of the
horses for some timo pa-t, ono
valuable gray Iniviug been disposed
of only a fow days since
Tho principal creditor is tho
California Feed Company in an
amounteiiid to bo overSSOOO.Other
creditors are the Fashion St ibles
Company, J. W. McDonald,
W. W. Wright, Louis
Totissaint and J. W. Luning. The
latter is sucured. Thoro aro a
uumb-r of oihtfr creditors for vari
It has iou known for some
timo tint tim . ifairs of the Club
Stublos Company wero m t in a
prosperous shape, hut tho em
barrassment was supposod to hava
beon brought on by tho dull
business during tho cholera times
and to bo only temporary. Mr
Graham bus beon a rosidont of
this city for many years, was
sobor, industrious, attentive to
business and was nevor known to
gamble. It is a mystery to his
friondrt what has caused his sud
den flight, as ho hud tho confi
dence of his employers und the
community. Tho result of tho
investigation now going on will
show how much ho is responsible
A NAKItOW i:SOMK.
Two Tram Cullldo on Union Stroel,
Hut No One tt'um Hurt.
Yestorday afternoon about 4
o'clock tho private carriage and
doublo team of L. B. Kerr were
being drivon at a rapid rato down
Union street. Insido tho carriage
wero tho coachman, Mrs- Kerr
and child and a friend. At tho
corner of Adams lano tho carriage
collided with a milk wagon be
longing to tho Woodlawn dairy,
which was proceeding in tho op
posite direction, also at a rapid
The pole of tho milk wagon
struck tho top of tho carriage
and smish'd it to piocos,
tho pole being finally broken
short off. Mrs. Korr escipod in
jury by duck'ng her he'd to avoid
tho pole. The wreoked carriage
was drawn to tho ongino houdo,
wuoro Chief Hunt cared for tho
ladies, who were on thoir wuy to
tho Australia, and sont thorn to
tho steamer in a hack. The
horsps escaped without serious in
jury. Eagle -:- House
(Jno. MoLkan, Prop.)
Niniftuu Au., between Hurctnnla anil School
HATES : S9.00 AND $9.50 PER
WEEK FOR BOARD AND
CLEAN, LIGHT AND AIRY
BST" Excollont attendance, white
servants. Telephone 707. 191-tf
I WILL NOT UE HEOI'ONSIDLE FOR
any debts contracted In my name, without
my written order. J A3. NOTT. Jit.
100-St JauuaryO, 1890.
Piano Por Sale.
A WOODWARD & DROWN PIANO.
Una nn oieollout toue nud is in lino condi
tion. Will he Hold ohenp for cash.
Address L. T.
103-tf Bulletin- Office.
lnely j opiej
RELOADING OUTFITS, AM
MUNITION, Etc. Etc.
Christmas, is over but there
are plenty of'ducks and turkeys
flying about the ponds, marsh
es and woods of these islands,
and there are plenty of hunters
who will take advantage of
the numerous holidays between
now and Washington's birth
day to try and get a shot at
them. To insure a good bag
of game on one of these trips,
the hunter must have a good
gun, good ammunition and
good dogs. The Hawaiian
Hardware Company will fit
you out with a gun and am
munition and if. you haven't
got a good ddg why you can
borrow one. We make a spe
cialty of reloading outfits,
shells and ammunition of
all kinds to suit any bore and
can guarantee satisfaction to
"In rifle and pistol1 catridges
we have a large supply to fit
Christmas has come and
gone but the holidays are not
over. You will want to pur
chase some little reminder of
the New Year for your better
half, and we are just the people
to find something that will
suit you without running
you in debt or mortgaging
your property. We have a
small lot of that beautiful
aluminum ware left, compris
ing handsomely engraved hair
brushes, mirrors, clothes brush
es, jewelry cases and such like.
We have many useful and
ornamental articles in solid sil
ver or plated ware, cut glass
goods, lamps and lamp shades,
water coolers, goblets, etc. that
would make a desirable gift.
Call and examine the many
beautiful, useful and economi
cal goods we have on hand
suitable for presents. You
will be sure to see something
that will strike your fancy.
By the next Australia we
have an immense consignment
of goods in all our departments
to arrive, comprising many
novelties, of which due notice
will be given. Among them
may be mentioned a fresh con
signment of the Tribune wheels
direct from the factory and up
to date in every respect.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Oppogito Sproolcels' Bank,
NO. 307 PORT STREET.
S FJ AGENTS.
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