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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 8, 189G.
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Land Agent Appointment.
Notice Is hereby given Hint Mr. E. D.
Baldwin Las boon appointed Sub-Agent of
Tablio Lands for tbe First Land District
(IIIIo nnd Tuna), said appointment dating
from January 1, 1890.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Fublio Lauds.
1'ublio Lands Oflico, Honolulu, January
2, 1896. 105-31
FKIDAY, .HNUARY 17, 1890. WILL
bo observed as n National Holiday, and all
Government oflices throughout theRepub
lie will be closod cu that day.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Interior oulce, .lauuury 0, 1890. 105-IIt
I)Fr1ITMPAT OP FlN'AMIK, I
HoMii.i i.w, H. I., Jan. n, lsuo. f
Scaled tciuleio will bo receded nt the olllee
urtlie MlnlMcr cf Finance until 12 o'clock
noon on Friday, January 10. IbUt), for printing
and binding the Annual Hcpoit of tlio Depart
ment, fur the u;ar ltM, as follows :
Plain matter, per printed page.
FlguiM niul reading matter, without rule,
ltu'c anil figure, per page.
Tlio above Is to Include paper covers, with
Edition of (00. Type, small plea. Tables,
1 nig primer.
Paper to he letter A, Hook, U lb.
No bid except 111 accordance 1th tho above
will !)o considered. The .Minister of Finance
docs not bind himclf to accept the lowest or
Samples of style for the work can be seen
upon application to the Registrar ot Public
8. M. DAMON,
U5-3t Minister of Finance.
In u circular formerly issued by this
Hoard on the subject of religious teaching
in schools, reference was made to tho fact
that in the statutes relating to tho Bureau
of Publia Instruction it is provided that no
person in holy orders or minister of religion
shall be eligible to fill tho offlco of President
of tbo Board of Education or of Inspector
Again, article 97 of the existing Constitu
tion declares that ' ' no public money shall
bo nppiopriatod nor public land conveyed
o or for tbe support or benefit of any m.c
ariau, denominational orprUato school,"
The evident intoutiou of tlicso pi o vision
that thero shall bo no religious teaching
n the publio schools supported by tho Gov
ernment, but that they shall remain strictly
non-sectarian and soculir.
. Tho school buildings should therefore bo
UBod only for purposes pertaining to the
publio education of the children of tho
country. Accordingly, tho permission
formerly given to the School Agents "to ar.
ran go with tbe clergymen of any religiounde.
nomination to allow them the use of the Gov
ernment school houses af ter 2 o'clock p. m.,
for a timo not decoding one hour, oncoa
week for each donomiuitlofi applying, for
tho religious instruction of such scholars as
may choose to ottoud" is hereby revoked.
This Board does not, however, consider
it inconsistent with the priuciplo stated
above, to continue the practice of opening
tho schools every morning by repeating
tho Lord's proyor in unison.
The School Law also declares that "The
object of tho common schools supported
by Government is to instruct tho children
of tho nation in good morals," which in
cludes houesty, truthfulness, obedionco to
parents and teachers, respect for superiors
in ago slid position, patriotism, kindnesw,
benovolehce, helpfulness to tho weak and
tho unfortunate, humanity to animals, per
sonal cleanliness, modesty, chastity, temp
erance nud other virtues, which should he
taught by precept, illustration and example
at all times.
No profune or itidecent languago should
bo allowed in (lie school prcmibes or on the
way to or from school.
Special Instructions should lso 1m given
on the evil effects of the use of alcohollo
driuks an I of narcotics.
By oidrr of the Board of Education,
190 lit Secretary.
January 7, 1890. j
The PreMdcut directs that notice bo given
JOHN EMMELUTII, Esq.,
JOHN T. WATEUUOUSE, Esq.,
JOSEPH B. ATHE11TON, Esq.
have been appointed a Commission to in
vestigate the fresh meat trade in Honolulu
in its relation to publio health, etc., in ac
cordance with tlio joint resolution of the
Legislature to that effect.
GEORGE 0. POTTEB,
197-3t Secretary Foreign Office.
Sale of Lease of Government Lots on
the Esplanado, Honolulu, Oahu.
OnTucsday, Fob. 11, 1890, nt 12 o'clock
noon, ot tho front cntranco of the Eiocutivo
Building, will be sold ot publio auction the
leaso of the following Government lots,
situate on the Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu.
Lot No. 40.. Upset prico: $360 00 per
Lot No. 47.
Lot No. 48.
Lot No. 49.
Upset price: $300 00 per
Upset price: $300 00 per
Upsot price: $300 00 per
Terms: Leaso for 10 yoars, rent payablo
quarterly in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister ot Interior.
Interior Oflico, January 8, 1890. 197-3t
DhfAllTUhNT OK TI1K IVThlllOIl,
Honolulu, January 8th, ISM. J"
On ami after Monday noon, January 13,
1890, b11 public time pieces under control of
this Department, sball he set In accordance
with JlaicalLin bttimtartl Time, said standard
time being that of the meridian lfi7 30' West
of Greenwich, that Is to say Ten Hours und
Thirty Minutes slow of Greenwich Mean
Time, and the object of thh change being to
secure a uniform and convenient time system
for the entire Hawaiian group.
.1. A. KING,
107-31 Minister of tho Interior.
3 Eveiii$ Bulletin;,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY --JAN. 8, 1890.
FAKE AFTER ALL.
It now looks very much as if
the filibustering aolieruo thnt tho
San Franoisco Olironiolo dis
covered was uftor all imiir ly a
put-up job by professional sharp
ers to wecure good Hawaiian Gov
ernment money for fabricated
information. It is easy to iinu
gino that somo of the drift olo
nienfc .tt the Coast might huvo boon
inado to bolievo that the schomo
was gonuine, and tho securing of
dupes of this s irt would bo half
tho game of the smooth scound
rols, as getting them fur enough
along to lead in tho talking
would produce excellont counter
feit evidenco of reality. Probably
tho two men in jail hero are dunes
of this kind, whoso cranky concoit
led thorn to act on thoir own
account tho important part of
reconnoitering tho field. Thore
is plenty of ovidonco available
that tho Government spies, lator
oflicially rtcognizod aucl signally
rewarded as Hucti.lmd a groat deal
to do in fomenting the iusurtction
of January, 1805. For fully a your
provious thoy worked unon those
regarded as "le.idtng royalists,"
foreign as well us native, craftily
representing how weak was tho
position of tho Govommpnt, and
how precarious its tenure of ex
istence. Some, evon in spite of
warnings, nibbled at tho bait, and
when tho pot at last boiled, these
wore pull id out of tho stew and
sent to cool their heels in jail.
Sun Francisco merchants and
raanufactuiers, it will be soon by
a rnport elsewhere, uro thoroughly
oxorcised ovor the prospects of
sovoro compotitiouof tho products
of Japun with Aiuorioan products
both in the United States and in
raarkots hitherto largely supplied
with American productions. Tho
comptainera have already much
JJl " .' il$1fl! SPECIAUt-V FOR mQmWJP
I ViPicineTrial will prove their nenr. "v
Jnpaneso competition horo in Ha
waii, and what already has ap
peared of it is likoly to
be multiplied. Bebidos tho
largo number of Japuueso tradois
established horo, who bring the
merclmudisH of thoir country into
sevcro competition with imports
from tho United States, other
local merchants aro going to ring
in ohoap goods from Japan, ns if
to fight firo with fire. It is learned
that a loading retail doalor in
dry goods and mon's furnishings
is shortly to muko a trip to Japan
for the purposo of buying largo
stooks of merchandise. Thore if
no saying how largoly his example
will bo followed by Amorican and
British store-keopors hero. It
may soon bocotim as common, in
tho personal items of tho local
papers, to see thai S i-mid-so has
gone to Japun, "combining busi
ness with ploasuro,'' as it is now
to have s mil.ir information re
garding departures for tlio
Paoifio Coast. Tho ques
tion is otia that must bo con
sidered here, if the reciprocity
treaty with tho Unitod States is
the most valuible possession of
tlio country as many regard it.
Tanfi change to effect a remedy
would, howovor, have to bo con
sidered with extreme care, as
anything in that way that would
increase the cost of many articles
of common consumption might be
a cure worse than tho d.senso.
Treaty relations with Japan
forbid discrimination of ta
riif against hor produots, ex
cepting the negative sort in
volved in tho list of imports from
the Unitod States free by tho re
ciprocity treaty. It is under
stood in international affairs that
one country cinnot claim of a
Second, under tho "must favored
nation clauso" in a treaty of
amity, special favors that tho
second may havo grantod to a
third under a treaty of trade re
el pro c it'.
Mr. Yuung has not hud the
walkovor that apparontly trust
worthy reports intimatod he would
have in the Hawaii senatorial
oleotion. But what kind of pub
lio spirit is thero on tho big isl
and, when only half of the small
parcel of voters show that they
oaro who represents thorn in tho
D. H. Hitohcock, who often
represented Hawaii in the Legis
lature, mado a strong appoal in
tho Hilo Tribuno of December
28, for tho election of the local
candidato, H. L. Holstein, in
proferonce to a Honolulu man.
Among other things ho says:
"Tho beach road from Honolulu
to "Waikiki is, to a Honolulu
man, of greater importance than a
cart road into tho wilds of Puna;
it is, by far, better to spond$100,
000 on enlarging and,improving
Honolulu hnrbor, than it is to
spond $50,000 in building a
wharf in Hilo harbor." It
did seem strange to boo tbo " con
servative" homo -rule party of
Hilo bicking up tho Honolulu
man, ublo nnd oxporionood a 8
ho is in publio affairs, in pre
ference to a local man.
It would soon that a propensity
to suicido is devoloping among
nativos, with throo casts, of which
two woro successful, oconrring
within a fow weoks. Apart from
spooific causes there is no doubt
that a lnmontablo Bpirit of dis
courugemont porvades tho native
population, over thoir exclusion
from a sharo in the control of tho
affairs of their country through
disinclination to accopt tho
new ordor of things. Thoso
who havo tho welfaro of tho Ha
waiians at heart should ondoavor
to porsuade thorn to embraco the
next opportunity of Boouring the
electoral franchise, instead of on
ootir. ging them to hopo against
hope for tho return of conditions
that are gono for over.
WKhK OV IMlAYl'.It.
I'roKruiii for IUoriiln;r mill I'.t oiling
at Central Union Cliurcli.
Wednesday, 11 a.m. "Nutions
and Their Killers," 1 Tim., 2:1-4;
Mat. 5:10 12, 1 Pet., 2:13-25.
7:30 p. m. Prayer for missions
in Japan; leader, Rov. Mr, Gu
lick. Thursday, 11 n. m. "Foroigu
Missions," Is. 40:1-5, Ps. (57, Horn.
10:11-15. 7:30 p. m. f'rayor for
missions in tho Turkish empire
special reference to Armenia;
lojder, Ilev. Douglas P. Birnie.
Now tho Star enters its protest,
which, as usual, is opposed to all
the different arguments so fur set
forth against tho Hawaiian Moga
zino. Poor Julian, he gets it
from all sides, but so fur it is only
squally weather. The storm will
come uflor the next isuo uomos
Hiioonxc; and ouiting.
John Knalinniil SliooU 111m Ulrl and
John Kaahanui is an indivi
dual who givts tho police a good
deal of trouble. Ho has only just
served out a sentonco for cho-fa
gambling and now ho is in a
worse pilikia than ever. On re
turning to his homo yesterday
afternoon at 5 o'oloek ho had a
row with tho woman he has been
living with, which wound up by his
taking throo shots at her at close
range with a revolvor, all of which
missed their mark. Tho womuu
mado her escapo from tho house
and Kaahanui then triod to com
mit suicide by outting himself
with a knife. Ho succooded in
inflicting throo wounds on his
side nnd breast, whon Lieutenant
Bonken of the mounted police
arrived on the scone. Tho would
bo murderer and suicido was at
tended by polico Surgeon Emor
son and nftorwards removed to
While his wounds aro severe,
Kaahanui is not rogaided as
beinc in a dangerous condition,
and tho report from tho hospital
this morning was to tho effect
that ho was doing woll.
A charge of assault with a
doadly weapon has been ontored
on tho polico register against Ki
ahanui, but his trial is put off
until tho 10th, by which timo ho
is oxpeotod to bo able to appear
Hona ol the llctolntlnii.
At a meeting of tho Board of
tho Hawaiian society, Sons of the
American Bovolution, today,
Warron Goodalo of Kuwainui,
Hawaii, was admittod to member
ship. Mr. Goodule's patriotic
ancostor was Abuer Goodalo of
who, when but n boy of niuotoon,
joined Contain Hon o'b company on
tho day of tho battle of Lexington,
April 19th, 1775. Ho aftorwurds
servod in Captain Gates' company
omccrs of Uariuoar Lodire.
Tho offioors of Harmony Lodgo,
No. 3, I. O. O. F for tho present
torm have been installed by Dis
trict Deputy Grand Sire La Pierre
as follows: J F Scott, N G; C T
Itodgers, V G; Geo A Tumor, Se
cretary; JAMagoon, Treasurer; T
P Severin, Ward; J L Dumas,
Cond; J O Lomnzon, B S N G; O
L Sorenson, L S N G; A O Silva,
B.SYG; G Wallin, L.S V G; F
HamrR S T' Paul Kraitl. L
SS; 0 F Horriok, I G; W O At-
water. Chaplain; W O Atwater. J
O Lorensen and L 0 Abies, trustees.
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 dog why you can
boiTow 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 pistol 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.
Opposite SprockolB1 Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
MetoYe&iiicefS , , ,
KAPIOLANI -:- PARK
January 17, 1BSB,
1st Biotclg Rack; One mile handicap, K O
Hull Trophy of silver soup turcen.J Free
for all. Twelve entries.
2d Bicycle Hack; Ono-lmlf mile Juvonllo
handicap. Open to all nonwinners
under 10 years.
3d Bicycle Race; Flvo milo dasli. Ila-
wnllan Hardware Company's trophy,
valuo $.15. Kino ontrien.
4thItDNNiNO Hack; Prizo 9100 Purse.
One-half milo and rereat. Weight
for ago. Four entries,
Gth"TitOTTi.vi Back; Prizo $100 Purse. 3
rmtiuto class; inilu boats, beat 2 In a.
For Hawaiian bred horses. Tour
Clh-TiioTTiNO Back; Prizo $100 rursc.
2:40 class; 1 mile heats, best 2 in 3.
Free for nil. Thrco onhics.
7tli-0.K Mile Novelty Bunnixo Bace;
Prize $100. Prcofornll. First liorso
reaching tho quarter to rccelvo$2o.
First liorso reaching tho half to re.
cctvo S2o. First liorso reaching the
threo-quartcr to receive $25. First
liorso reaching homo to receivo $25.
This race will bo of spocial interest ns it
will allow admittance otboth long and short
All trotting and pacing races, best 2 in .1,
aro to ho governed by the Hawaiian Jockey
Kntrics in the first bieyclo race must bo
nt tho post mid ready to start promptly nt
1 r. m.
General Admission CO c
Admission to gionnds and
grand stand S 1 00
Admission to grounds and
lower ktanil 75
Quarter stretch badges, ad
mitting to nil partH of the
grounds 2 00
All carriages inside the cn-
elosuio, each 100
Programme with names, colors nnd own
ers of starters, will bo sold on tho grounds
on tho clay of r&cos.
Special Btrect-cnr bcrvico overy 15
tJ9 For furthor information address
P. O. Box 477, Manager.
Lands For Sale and floras '
In all porta of City.
H7 Specialties will ho noted in this epaco
from tlmu to time.
lW-tf Merchant street.
ALMA COTTAGE. AT WAIKIKI. 18 TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
A MAN WnO CAN TIIEAD UKEXPECT
edly upon a piece of cornl rock, vilillo bath
log at Walklkl, and not ease up or make any
profane remarks, must also be nulu to knock
n mo8iiilto oir his nose without hitting that
organ, ho will bo rcmilrul to evnmlnc n bicy
cle track and tell which way the wheel was
traveling; call on Brown & Kubcy and look
on their now stock lust receded per last
For Sale or to Rent.
A dosiralilo dwolling house on
Hassincer Btreot. Apply to
Tho Hawaiian Sato Doposit
and Investment Company'
Fort street. t
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. McLean, Prop.)
Nuuanu Ae., between Ileretanla and School
RATES : $9.00 AND S0.G0 PER
WEEK FOR BOARD AND
CLEAN, LIGHT AND AIRY
HisT" Excellent attendance, white
Borvants. Telephone 707. 19l-t
I AVILL NOT HE KESPONSIBLE FOK
any debts contracted In my name, without
my written order. JAS. NOTT, Jit.
10fl-3t January 0, 1890.
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWARD A: DROWN PIANO.
Has an oxcellont tone nud is in flno condl
tion. Will bo sold chonp for cash.
Address l, rp.
I05-tf BDU.CTIS Offlco.