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XXVI nfllic Law nf !:
AW pwn lirttiHtt Motor privtlw or
tbtife lMilti(? water rtw, ir hwwhj' hhIIWwI
tint the wrier mm Ir i!m term Bwttag lire
HI, IrtWl, mIH be ile kih) imjrMv lit tJf tHMro
al the IlimeliiU W&ter W'nrk, on tlm It iJy
ot Jul), lwrt.
All role remaining nnpM (or rlflwm tlv
filler tliuy nro due will l ttitycct to mi nihil
tlonnl 10 (if r tent.
IIMm are JW) Rule nt tlic ollleeorthu Water
Works In tin- KftpiMlwii Hulldliie
Supt. Honolulu Watef Work.
nonottiiii, H. I., Juno tr, itiw. :no la
51? Elcoir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 18UG.
With tlio publication of tho Act
linving Hint object tho Board of
Education becomes superseded by
tho Department of Public In
struction. This is an executive de
pigment of tho Government, to
consist of n Minister of Public
Instruction ami six Commission
ers. It is prescribed Hint tho
Minister of Foreign Au'nirB shall
bo ox-oilicio tho Minister of Pub
lic Instruction. Commissioners nro
to sorvo in three classes for one,
two tind threo yenrs respectively,
and not moro tluiu two of them
mny bo womou. No person in
holy orders or a minister of reli
gion cnu bo a Commissioner.
Meotiugs of tho Dopnrtmout nro
loforred to incideutully, but there
it nothing in tho Act to mnko tho
Holding of meetings obligatory.
This omission mny probably bo
lognlly supplied uiuUr tho provi
sion that tho Dopaitmnnt may
adopt iuIoo and louLitions "for,"
nmoug other things, "tho transac
tion of its business."
Evory privato school shall bo
subject to tho supervision of tho
Department. This provision has
beou attacked as containing a cov
ert basis of unduo interference
with the established and efficient
schools conducted und or tho aus
pices of tho Catholic Mission in
Honolulu nnd elsewhere. As,
howovor, tho section containing
tho provision defines tho specific
matters of supervision, thero is no
room for suspicion of any under
handed intent. Tho section says:
'It shall bo the duty of tho De
partment to requiro that teachers
of privato schools bo parsons
of good moral character; and
that thfl premisos of such
schools comply with tho rulo3 and
regulations of tho Dopnrtmout, as
from time to time promulgated
with regard to sanitary conditions
aud hygiene." This would 6eom
to bo a provision tho absence of
which in tho Act would bo a sori
ous defect. There is a require
ment in another section that any
person desiring to start a
privato school must givo proof
that tho parents nnd guardians
of tho children to bo taught dosiro
him to start such a school, also
show that ho is properly quali
fied as n teacher according to tho
Department's standard. This is
only reasonablo, in view of tho
fiot that attendance at a privato
school is made a compliance with
the compulsory attendance provi
sion of tho law.
Although tin Board of Educa
tion has held oxectitivo powers, it
has to a largo extent beon a gov
ernment to itself, only bounded
in. its control of public funds by
tho disposition of successive Leg
islatures, It was timo that re
sponsibility for the administra
tion of tho educational sorvico
one of the most important
under the Government both in
itself nnd for tho public mo
ney it requires should hnvo
liften vested in n Minister. Tho
Commissioners in thoir organiza
tion aud mannor of operation will
tint m (ItilvrBtit, in tlm mstii, from ,
tb old mn, bt UiHr lwwl will j
ha (llrtwtly nimwvrnlils to tH
JjglHlHltiro for nil tlieir notloti.
The quost'ion of tlit ouiiiiUleMeM
mv olliaionoy of llio now law muni
bo loft to proof lit itH working. but
tho uliatigo of tlm lulntioiiB of tho
educational system to the (lovern-
motit nmy psfsly bo rognnltd n h ,
stop in ndvauoe for education in i
Americans at llilo hnvo arrang
ed to hpvo a Glorious Fouith in ,
celebration of tho ono hundred
and twentieth nnuivorsary of their
nation's indopondonce. Citizens
and denizens of llawnii, both of
Amorienn birth or descant nnd of
other nationalities, will not bo
dissuaded from utilizing the occa- I
sion to do honor to tho tecond an-
nivorsary of tho llopublic of lln-
wan. i3omo win uo celebrating
tho ono event and some tho other,
some will be celebrating both, nnd
each event will hnvo just ns much
respect ns belongs to it in the
honrts of thoso colobrntiug.
It was formerly customary, nt
tho preliminary meeting to ar
range for celebrating tho Fourth,
for tho gouernl committee to rotiro
and, returning, submit a draft of
progrnni to tho gonernl mooting
beforo its adjournment. This
year the committee was given
more timo to report, and tho gen
eral meeting was to be called
again to pass upon tho draft. The
general mooting is waiting for the
It is not probablo that the Mos
cow episode, reported in n former
nnd tho present iosuo of this pa
per, is going to result in a revolt
of tho Kingdom of Bavaria
against tho Empiro of Germany.
Yet the fewer of such unseemly
squabbles among tho royalties of
the Empire, tho easier will rest
tho head that wears tho imperial
The Most Beautiful Women . . .
. . . Also the Homeliest
USE DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
Black Cocker Spaniel it lth wlilto spot on
tliailicet A suitable row mil will be paid t
thi! portion rutin iihi ' tnmu tit
33S.3t UK. H. V. MUItUAY.
Mysic Lodge, K. of P.
AT Tlir. REGIILAK CONVENTION
of Mystio Loilye, No. 2, K. of I., to Ih
held ut their UiHtle Hull, Tort btrtet, THI.S
(Wednesday) EVENING, nt 7::?0 o'clock,
tho Amplified Third inuk will be conferred.
newborn of Oahn Lodp,o und nil brothers
qualified mo cordinl'j united to be present.
Per order of the (.'. ('.
M. N. KENNEDY,
.l-'IS-lt ActinBK.of lt..V:S.
New Building, Esplanade,
Opposite Sailors' Home.
A WEEK'S PERFORMANCE
Commencing June 25th.
ADMISSION: .50o nnd .25c for
ndults. 25c nnd ,10c for child
ron. JJ5u Gate opens nt G p. m.
(At the Umos.)
Has just opened his shop ut T. 11. MturAyV
Cnniago Factory nnd will
Shoe Your Horse
At Bottom Figures,
Ovtr the purple ptofile of
the Wniuimc ran the Iridw-
cent gtam of the vntiegattitlj
afterglow sufTu&es the west
ern sky. A Joft brtexe blow
over the town, rustling the
foliage embowering thousands
of verandas. Maisden's bats j
go forth in quest of beetles,
their uncanny wings fainting j
the whiskers of tlxe "free und i
independent," as they sit en- j
joying their post-prandial cigar j
and meditating on the Regis-
tration Act. Bill Williams puts '
his number tens on the ladder '
and mounts to his eyiie at the
mouth of the peaceful harbor,
where, with a Japanese safety
match he lights the lantern
that warns the mariner against
taking the Atiowera's overland
route into the-desired haven.
"Let fall the curtain, wheel the
sofa round, and so let peaceful
What a pretty introduction
to a novel could be made out
of a Honolulu evening I The
picture is incomplete, how
ever,without ringing in a hand
some parlor lamp. We have
your choice of many varieties
of hanging lamps in the most
artistic styles silver, bamboo,
black iron, porcelain, etc., with
elegant shades. If it's "light
on the subject" you want, you
may just as well have it in
style. The prices will not be
in your way, you cannot get
lower for equal value elsewhere.
Don't bother any more with
that wornout lamp, but treat
your household to a "thing
of beauty" that will shed a
nightly glory over your do
mestic happiness and pleasures.
Some people may have tried
to convince you that the mon
archy of the oil stove has been
abrogated in favor of other in
ventions. Don't give any
countenance to such a notion.
The oil stove has kept right
ahead with the march of pro
gress, until its improvement
has culminated in the Blue
Flame Oil Stove that we sell.
If we have told any of you
that our stock was exhausted
and would not be replenished
for some little time, we must
take it back as we do now
gladly. The Monowai agree
ably surprised us with a fresh
lot, and they are now opened
out. None who saw the ex
periments in cookery perform
ed on this stove in our store
recently will need to be in
formed of its superior merits.
Any who did not have that op
portunity are welcome to en
joy satisfactory demonstrations
of the stove's qualities on ap
plication. One thing about us
is that we never try to sell
goods on the chance that they
may give satisfaction. We
want our customers to be thor
oughly convinced that they are
getting value for their money
before they part with it. With
the full consciousness that our
business reputation is at stake,
in regard to this as well as to
other standard articlesthat we
advertise, we unhesitatingly re
commend to you the Blue
Flame Oil Stove.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprookola' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
A Problem .
nwttm mi svirii
(Mt'tHiu hum in h
Itogiuniug IoiIhVj null (ttitijijg
i Snlurdny tliQ 27th, .woiolTOr
24 rinann Ton tifrwM
at $S pnr do&vn. l?'lftr
$12 to $10.
It dox&n Tea Spoons
af $S.50 por doaaiu
llegulHr $10 te $til.
J& dozanDess&rl Forks
from $2h60 io $5 per
dozen- Hoyulnr fiom $28 to
'? il.nr.nit. Tlns.vn.fi
Spoons from $220 to
$26 per dozen. Hogulnr'
from $:i0 to $535. '
J J dozen Table Forks (
from SoO to S8& per
dozen. Eogulnr from 810
IS dozen Table Spoons
from $30 io $37 MO per
dozen, -ueguiar irom ?iu
12 dozen Eg Spoons
per dozen. Hogu-
lur $21 to $-21.
All goods nro of good weight,
nnd of Gorham Bterling ware.
Tho oiror will hold good nb
solutoly for this woek only,
potfitivuly not ituothur jjicco
will bo eold at these pricoB, nt
this or uny other timp.
Absolutely ensh only, iiml no
ongruviug free of clmrge.
i3 j It has been the wonder ot
ba,aisjajari2i2Eaa'Basra.-32ia!aa!siEK5i dealers here what becomes of
I ..ii ..e i.i. i : i-.i i
THE Al STEAJHBHIP
WILL LEAAM3 HONOLULU
Foil THE ABOVE TOUT ON
Monday, June 2i)lh,
AT 1 O'CLOCK v.u.
Tho uiiricrniKiuil ftro uow prepared to
issue Through Tickets from tltM City to nil
loinlH in tho Unitud HtiitoH.
"For further particulars rea-irdiiig
Freight or PiiMHvgu, ripply to
W. G. lit WIN ,tCo., Vd,
:)3C-7t GBtioml ARoiitB.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Having boon informed by reli
able piiitios that Mr. Hustpd or
his employes nro circulating tho
report tlrnt I am simply in tho
Directory businosB to compel him
to buy mo off, I wish it to go on
record that I will not sell my data
or work to Mr. Hasted or any
B. L. FINNEY.
i Honolulu, Juno 5, 189(1,
mm siarafe i$ Qm
Wlitto Lilian Mis Uuhm.
Whlto Lilian Tallin (Wot
White Liiiou Bwl Shooting, W inn, i ft it H1'AhjI,
Wliita Linen for Pillow Cnpm 41 Ittrtk, Ito fr jwwl.
Fins White Ijtiiuti, MO iitoh, tttio m ymA.
JUd Tnblo Dnmnnk. Ode mid fOo iiur jWMfd.
Whit Diummk ThIiIc Cmnw 4ok !ii lwilailt
nnd $1.76 a pKc
White DainuHk Dmliifcs, $1.0 a dmm.
White DnuiRMlc )otliw wilit le4 linNlrr fie H $. a
!B. F. Elilers & Co., Pent Street
ml) v I T VcHw"tS llmmum II
That Spuak for Themselves,
THE SECRET. Get the best for the least money.
WHERE? From us.
WHY I Because we can do it.
HOW? By buying for cash in large (ruantitios.
YOQ, of coune, can get along without ub, but we think you'll
find acquaintance with us profitable.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
MZ Shoe Store.
nil in ino Htovus iiupiirtuu to
Honolulu. Every vessel arriv
ing brings from ono to eighty
(ours is the eighty lot), and
very few of the stove men
have old stock.
By our introduction of the
''Jewel" Stoves nnd Ranges
the importation oi stoves will
diminish, at the end of two
years. We say two years, be
cause by that time all other
makes of stoves will have
burnt or rusted out and
their places will be taken by
URGE5T STOVE PLANTiN TH&W0RLD
We believe our 12 Jewel
Stove is better than any on
the market, as it has the
Lurgo Wide Ovons, Quick
Huudeome Carved Oruamonta
tiou in latest design.
Tin Libed Hoi.t Ret.i ning Ovon
Largo Broad Oven Shelf and
Niokolfld Oven Door PaiioIs
and Towel Rod.
Lurgo End Wood Feed Door.
Lour Continuous Fire Box for
liroad tjinonth Hoai tli Plate.
Heavv Covers and Contors.
Out Long Contor Unit will not
Rods proti'otod from contact
Out Top Plate that will not
Kiokois for oponing Ovon Door
Has ovory osspntial foahuo for
a soivicuiiblo stova.
wit XMt4w t mak.
Don'l Need Any Backing Up.
30 Days Only
, isf n fci 1 I ft
ft RIGllOlS 10.
fits' Wo must make room for
NEW STOCK to arrive.
IPS" When wo do a thing it's
suro to bo DONE AVELL and
that's tho case with OUll
CLEARING UP SALE
PRICES THAT TALK:
W. A Ditson's Tennis Balls,
cut from S5.50 to 8U5 doz. .
Spalding's TonniB Balls, cut
from S5.00 to 83.99 doz.
Spalding's Oflicial Lcaguo Balls,
cut from S1.H0 to S1.U0 each.
Framed Pictures, choico sub
joctij, cut from $2.10 to $1.00 oaoh.
70U Uoxes iliXtm (Jroam Wove
Notn Pnnor. nnt from 1,0a to .2Ro
i 10(JO Whito Envelopes, sizo 6,
cut from 81.85 to $1.00 each.
-,,,, , ,
This IB No Fako BalO but a
Genuine Cut Prica Sale
. cTake Advantage Of It-i
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