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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 9, 1896.
In a circular formerly issued by Ibis
Board on the subjoct of religious tenoning
in schools, reference was made to tbo font
that in tbo statutes relating to the Bureau
of Public Instruction it is provided that no
person in holy orders or minister of religion
gball bo eligible to till tho offlco of President
of tho Hoard of Education or of Inspector
Again, nrticlo 07 of tho existing Constitu
tion declares that " no public money shall
be appropriated nor pnblic land convoyod
o or for tho support orbenofit of any scc
arian, denominational or private school,"
The evident intention of theso provisions
that thcro shall bo no religious tenching
n tho public schools supported by the Gov
ernment, but that they shall remain strictly
non-wctnrmn and secuUr.
Tho chool buildings sliou'd tlicrcforo bo
used only for purposes peitrtiulng to tho
public education of the children of tho
countiy Accordingly, tbo permission
formerly given to tho School Agonts "to ar.
range t itli the clorgymen of any rcligiousdo
nomination to allow them thUROof tho Gov
ernment school houses after 2o'clook p. n.,
for a time not excecdiug ono hour, onco a
week for each dcnotnii.atiou applying, for
the religious instruction of such scholars as
may chooso to attend is hereby revoked.
This lloaid does not, however, consider
it inconsistent with tbo principle stated
above, -to continue the practice of opening
the schools every moining by repeating
the Lord's prayer in unison.
The School Law also declares that "The
object of the common pohools supported
by Government is to instruct tho children
of tho nation in good morals," which in
cludes honesty, truthfulness obedience to
parents and teachers, respect for superiors
in ago and position, patriotism, kindness,
benevolence, helpfulness to tho weak and
tho nufortunatc, humanity to animals, per
sonal cleanliuesB, modesty, chastity, temp
cranco and other virtues, which should be
taught by precept, illustration and example
at all times.
No profane or indecent language should
be allowed iu ihc school premibes or uli tho
way to or from school
Special instructions should also bo given
on tho evil effects of the use of nlcoholio
diinks an 1 of narcotics.
lly order of tho Board of Education,
January 7. 1800. f
Tho President directs thnt notice bo given
'" JOHN EMMELTJTH, Esq,,
JOHN T. WATKIU I USE, Esq..
JOSEPH B. ATUERTON, Esq.
havo been appointed a Commission to in
vestigate the trash meat trado in Honolulu
in its relation to publio health, etc, in ac
cordance with tho joint resolution of the
Legislature to that effect.
GEORGE 0. POTTER,
107-3t Secretary Foreign Office.
.Sale of Lease of Government Lots on
the Esplanade, Honolulu, Oak.
On Tuesday, Feb. 11, 1890, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of tho Executive
Ruilding. will bo sold at publio auction tho
lease of the following Government lots,
situate on tho Esplanado, Honolulu, Oahu.
Lot No. 40. Upset prico: SMO 00 per
Lot No. 47. Upset price: $300 00 per
Lot No. 48. Upset ,rieo: $300 00 per
Lot No. 111. Upset' price: S."500 00 per
Terms: Lease for 10 years, lent payablo
WH '? fjuartnly in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister ot interior.
Interior Oflico, January 8, 18!)(). 107-3t
DrrABTMRST OF THE IXTEKIOK,
Honolulu, January Stb, 18!I0. f
Oa and iifur MonJay noon, January IS,
1900, all public tim i pieces under control of
this Department, stiall bo set In accordanco
with JlaieaiUm titantlanl Time, said standard
timo being that of tho meridian 157 30' West
of Greenwich, that Is to say Ten Hours and
Thirty Minutes 'slow of Hreenwlch Mean
Time, and the object of this change being io
secure a uniform and convenient time system
for the entire llannllau group.
J. A. IVlllli,
lU7-.it Minister of the Interior.
T . I.TITP
Wanted at trie louvre Saloon,
01 Nuuunu Street.
' 5000 men daily to drink tho 5000
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEEB, . .
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
iTotofflce IIox 475 - - - - Honolulu.
5 Euepii? Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
THURSDAY---JAN. 9, 189G.
There hns not been honrd any
thing but condemnation of the
appointmont of G. de In Vorgno
na District Magistrate. JurorB
who huvo tried oasoB in which ho
was acting as prosecuting attor
ney are not tho loaet outspoken
about tho baby judgo." In this
iuBtanco tho Qovorntnont has not
tho escuBO of laok of itmtorial.
Churlas L. Hopkins, a Iluwuiiiui
of rare intelligence, who filled that
oflico before with satisfaction, as
woll as tho position of Marshal,
should have boon preferred far
ahead l tho juvenile nppoiutee.
Mr. Hopkins is an old servant of
tho state, bnB a laig- family, and
loug ago guvo in his adhesion to
tho Republic. If the Govoru
lriont hag any desiro to conciliato
tho Hawaiian people, it should
not neglect Uuwaiians of such
ability, fidolity and honomblo re
cord as Charles L. Hopkins.
Rev. Sliirl.y TV. Baker. D. D.,
lately receivid h'8 diplotm of
LL. D. from the University of
Oliicaqo in appreciation of his
work- in Tonga. Dr. Raker by
request of tho late king drew up a
constitution for tho country, pro
ducing a document that was ad
mired by. tho late Secretary
Blaine. Ho also induced the king
in 18G2 to set his peoplo fiee from
sorfdom, and tho evont is colo
br.ited as "Liberty Day" every
year on tho fourth of June. Tho
late Robort Louis Stevonson said
that "Mr. Raker wan the only
man that had lastingly impressed
his mind oh any nation in tho
South Seas.'' Seven or oight
years ago Dr. Uaker was tho storm
center of n. bitter political and
religious feud in Tonga, whicb ex
tended to tho Wesloyun church
courts of Australia. Hva son was
shot by an assassin in ambush,
fatally if our memory sorvos
Tuislla, a Samoan chief, lately
ordorod tho clubbing of the
studontB who landed in Iub dis
tret. Two of them wero mangled
to piocoB but tho third oscapod
with a broken arm. It was ull
becuuso one of the party was
recognized as a. connection of
somebody who bad killed tho
chief's grandfather or snmo other
rolativo years ago. "How much
longer are tho' authorities going
to permit this brutal murderer to
remain at large?" asks tho Samoa
Times adding. "WlntaboutLabun's
chances?'' Mr. Laban is owner uf
land in Tuisila's jurisdiction who
had a week or two previously boon
put in possession of tho property
by tho Gorman war ship Russard.
Samoa, outside of Apia, seoms to
bo in a state very much liko
Thoro nro lawyors not yot gray
haired who havo won a placo for
themselves in the prifession, and
thoro are gray-ho.ide-1 lawyers
who apparently uro gord for many
yearn of active service. It is tho
"elders" that peoplo havo from
time immemorial been taught to
look for sound judgment.
Ry destroying tho Henrietta's
opium the Government is doing
what it should hnvedono last
year instead of selling it in Brit
ish Columbia. Apart from tho
inconsistency of Ka Government
Holliiig an article in another coun
try which on the ground of public
henlth and morality it prohibits
from sale inthis country, tho pro
bability is that by tho time this
opium'' bas boon finally disposed
of it will havn cost the Govern
ment more than their doal in it
brought and porhaps all that tho
schooner will bring at auction
In speculating on tho prospocts
of tho new your, at tho olose of a
retrospect of tho old one, the Sa
moa Times calls upon tho intelli
gent lesidents to poivevoro in
efforts to got tho Treaty Powers
to amend tho political condition
of tho islands. It holds that un
less something U done by tho
Powers, there is no Impa what
ever of prosperity. Annexation
by one of the Powors will prob
ably bo tho fate qf Samoa, and
thou it ought t' enter on an eia
A lotter from Tongi complains
of slackness iu monoy ciiculation.
giving ns tho reasons that taxes
and church collections are locked
up for tbo time being nod that
tho circus took away :f'2000. Tho
only way a place can avoid losing
monoy on a circus is to got one up
for itself and keep tho money at
Rrovity isjiot wit, nlthough tho
soul of it.
Company D'a Election. '
Second Lioutonant ltowoll and
Sergoant Rorgstrom were tho only
candidates for tbo vacant first
lieutonancy of Company D at last
night's election and tbo first
ballot decided the contest, the re
sult being 20 to 9 in favor of
After tho oloction Colonel Mc
Lean showed the men tho me
chanism of one of the now Driggs
Sohroeder rapid firing guns and
explained its superiority ovor
others of a similir nature.
OUII FVNNV MAN.
Editor Evening Bulletin:
Undor the caption "Out of Timo"
in your paper of tho 8th inst., yon
say: "It behooves the gathoror-in
of litoraturo to hoard up copies of
tho paper so that posterity may
see what tasto their forofuthorB
had." Ynur funny man certainly
and unconsciously struck a hu
morous vein when ho penned the
lines. If Tho Timo hnd boon the
tasto of tho pooplo of Honolulu it
would not havo boon relegated to
the journalistic gravoyard. Lon
don Punch is waiting for your
humorous writer it yearns for
him, as Tho Timo yearned for a
placo among paying ventures.
J. T. Stacker.
Honolulu, Jan. 9,1806.
At Thornim NiinnrCj.;
The n?ual Thursday nfternoott
concert at Thomas square takes
place this afternoon with tho fol
1. March "Band 1'laycd On" I)e Witt
2. Overture "Itidlalu In Algtcr"....KonlnI
3. Gulop "Street Unro" .-,.. Arnilt
4. Selection "Ernanl" Verm
5. Medley "Plantation Songs"... Contorno
U. Waltz-"Declaratlou" WMdteufel
7. Maxurka "Lucerne" i'.lUume
8. March "Battleship" Sherman
HBVE YOU TRIED IT?
THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats.v
Tho original brand.
Different from and hotter than any other brand,
CBT" For Balo by all Lending Grocers.
PRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
S F. AGENTS.
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
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 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.
Opposito Sprockols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
SALE OF VALUABLE TARO LANDS AND
A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR CAPIT
ALISTS. In pursuanco of an Ordor mado by tho
Hon. W. A Whiting, Firat Judgo of tho Cir
cnit Court for tho l'irst Circuit, in a cause
entitled Wong Wa Koy et al. vs. Kalli Ka
koi et al., duly filed in nald Court, on tho
21th day of Decouibor, 1805, the undersign
ed will offer for salo at public auction, at
tnaukn entrance to tho Judiciary Building,
Friday, January 31, 1896,
At 12 o'clock noon,
All of the undermentioned and dexcribod
Intuit", Riiuutolu the Island of Oahn, belong
ing to the estate of tho lato Pkkklo Kakoi,
deceased intestate. As tho widow's dower
in said estato is to be awarded to hor in
money, this salo will thereforo include her
interest iu nil the lauds to bo sold.
List of tho Lands.
Ono hnnselot with ilwollinir thereon in
Kaimukolo, Honolulu, being It I' W28 of Ij
O A CIS to Iinopu,coutainiiig 40-1000 of
an acre, moro or less.
Also ono pica of laud adjoining tho abovo
being It I 7332 of L O A G(l to Nupalii, con
taining 70-1000 of an aero more or less. En
trance to tho nnio is by an nlley way lead
ing from mnkai sirio ol King street, below
Maunaken street, to Queen streot oxtonslou.
Tho following deeds cover said properly:
1 From J. Kaoua, July C, 18C0, Liber
13, p. 82.
2 From Keaunnakahi et nl., Dec. 18.
1871, Liber 33. p. 410.
3 From Kalatua ot al., April 20, 187t,
Liber 38, p. 22a
ft From Keoiiinulii, Nov. 8. 1875. Liber
43, p. 473.
Two pieces of laud in MuluuiiilamaKai
lna, Koolnupoko, being 11. 1'. 5131 of L. C.
A. 5530 to Kukiji, containing 1.28 acres
moro or less.
Also two pieces of land in said Malaum'a
ma, being It. V . 6002 of L. O. A. 2(597 to
Wann, containing 1.20 acres moro or less.
Thee four pieces nro leased for live yvaia
from January 1, 1801, nt 40 per auuutu.
Ono piece of hind in Moanalua, bolng It.
P. 351 of L C A 1217 to Puhiki, containing
35-100 of an acio moio or less.
One piece of land on Lillha Btrcot near
Innds of Gaspar Syiv.i of Waialua and
Jonathan Shaw of Honolulu, being K P
1030 of L O A 1123 to Hoini, coutuining 01
00 of nn mro more or less.
Also two pieces of Jauds adjoining tho
abovo, boiug It V 4 107 of L O A 1727 to Ku
pau, containing 548 fathoms more or less.
Theso thrco pieces wero Ie"sed by tho ad
ministratrix of tho estate for 10 jcars from
Jauunry 1, 18!)5, nt S120 por annum. Two
of tho heirs havo joined in said lease, and as
to the reumiuing thieo-flfths, tho binding
effect of the lease is questioned.
Ono pieco of laud in Kaaipu, Manoa, be
ing n portion of R P 4470 of LOA 11029
(Soo. 1, Part 3) to J. Stevenson, containing
2.010 acres more or less. Leased to Maria
Apai for 10 ynrs from January 1, J888, at
$50 per annum.
One piece of land In Kalollkl, Manoa, beino
It P Grant W9 to II Haallllo, containing 2.1u
acres moro or less.
Also ono plcco of land In said Kalollkl,
Manoa, being It P (Irani 41 to Make, con
taining 2.70 acres moro or less.
Also ono piece of land in aald Kalollkl, Ma
noa, being It P Grant 42 to Hannnh Hooper,
containing 8.14 acres more or less. Of these
lands two leases were made by deceased
covering thn kulu portions only. Ouo Is for
10 years from January 0, Ibili, atfTiOpcr an
num and tho other Is forfl years from Juno
20, Sb'Jl, at $15 per annum.
Of the remainder of said lands two-fifths
(undivided) were leneed by the heirs for 10
jears trom January 1, 1S'J5. at 80 per annum,
while three-fifths remain undisposed of by
them, although the administratrix lias made a
lcaso purporting to convey thu snmo for 10
yeass from Januaiy 1, W'J5, at fiCU per an
num. Total annual rental of the Kalollkl
lands Is $115,1 provided the last mentioned
lease Is accepted, validity of which being
Lot 7: ,
One pIeo of land In Lualaca, Manoa, being
It P Grant 254 to Amama, containing 7.b3
acres moro or less.
Two pieces of land In Kaholwal, Manoa,
being K P 0K0 of L C A 4005 to Ilaktui, con
tuinlug 1.28 acics, more or less.
Tlio undivided nnc-thlrd inteicst of Pekelo
Kakol, deceased, In that certain plccu of laud
situate In Koloalu, .Manoa, being It 1' Grant
1!) to Mnkulu, containing 4.50 acics more or
This sale oflers a good opportunity to In
vestors anil adjoining owners of property.
There are suitable locations for homesteads
In tho valley of Manna which Is noted for Its
cool breeze and healthy climate.
KJ Terras of sale are cash payable In U. S.
gold coin, and deeds at tho expense of pur
chasers. Bale to bo subject to confirmation by the
For further particulars enqalro of the un
derslgnvd at his ofllce in the Judiciary llulld
iug. HENKY SMITH,
A FAMILY HOTEL.
Per Day 8 2.00
Tor Week 12.00
Bpscial Svlontlily Eatoo I
The Best ot Attendance the Best Situa
tion aud tho Finest Meals iu this City
NetoYeapRtag . . .
KAPIOLANI -:- PARK
January 17, 1BBB,
1st Biotci.k Raobj Ono mile handicap, K O
Hall Trophy offllvcr soup turecn.l Free
for all. Twelve entries.
2d Bicyclt. Racej One-half mllo Juvenile
handicap. Opcu to nil non-winners
under 10 years.
3d Bicycle Rack Pivo mile dnsh. Ha
waiian Hardware Company's trophy,
valuo $35. Nino entries.
4th--Rn.NNiNO Rack; Prizo $100 Puree.
One-half iuilo and repeat. Weight
forage. Four entries,
Oth-.TitOTTixo Rack; Prize S100 Puree. 3
minuto class; mllo heats, best 2 in 3.
Tor Hawaiian bred horses. Four
Oth-Tiiinriso Rack; Prizo $100 Purse.
2:10 class; 1 milo heats, best 2iu3.
I-reoforall. Thrco entries. I
ith-O.NK Milk Novkltv Run.m.mj Rack;
Prizo $100. Frcofomll. First horso
rcnehing tho quarlor to receive $25.
First hoiso leaching the hall to re
ceive S25. First horso renehlng tho
three-quarter to. rccoivo $25. First
horso reaching homo to lcceivo $25.
This rnco will bo of special interest as it
will allow admittance of both long aud short
All trotting and pacing raco, best 2 in 3,
are to bo governed by tho Hawaiian Jockey
Entries in the first bicycle raco must be
nt tho post unit ready to start promptly at
1 P. M.
General Admission 50 e
Admission to grounds mid
grand Btnud $ 1 00
Admission to grounds and
lowor stand 75
Quarter stretch budges, ad
mitting to all parts of tho
grounds o qq
All carriages Insido tho en
closure, each 100
Programmo with names, colors and own
ers of starters, will bo Bold on the grounds
on tho day of races.
Special street-car service every 15
gjS For further information nddrcss
P. O. Box 477, Manager.
Lands For Sale find Bouses
In alt porta ot City.
Jf- SneelftltlM will tin t.ntfrl t.i 41.1. e.nn
from time to time.
IPl-tf Merchant street.
ALMA COTTAflE. AT WATtrnrr ra tm
Let, furnished, together with a beach 'lot.
A MAN WHO f!A V TDPAn nvi?vi)i.virii
edly upon n niece of torsi rock, while bath
ing at Walklkl. and not case up or make any
lruinuu remnriiR. must also 00 able to knock
a mosquito oir his noso without hitting that
'h"" "o i u ivqiiireu 10 examine a uicy
clc track and tell which way tho wheel was
travellnir; call on Drown & Kubev and look
on their now stock Just rccchcd per last
1 1 A nut Unit b a . .
For Sale or to Rent.
A ilesirnblo dwollinp linnsn nn
Hnssinpror streot. Apply'to
J.ne xiuwniian onto Deposit
nnd Investment Company'
Port street. tf
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. McLean, Prop.)
Nuuanu Ave., between Herctanla and School
BATES : $9.00 AND $9.50 PEK
WEEK FOR BOARD AND
CLEAN, LIGHT AND AIRY
BSf Excellent attendance, whito
servants. Telephone 707. 194-t
I WILL NOT HE KESPON8IDLK FOH
any debts contracted In my name, without
"U tte" ordcr- JA8. NOTT, .In.
luc'!it January 01890.
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWARD & BROWN PIANO.
Ilnsnuoicollont tone aud is iu iino ooudl
u. , Will bo bold choap for cash.
Address j iji
105"" Bullktis' Office.