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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MARCH 11, 181)9.
llavo you over tried Mineral Rubber Gar
den Hose? f not now is iusttlio tinio to do s
as wo luivo just received pur "Monnii" over a thou
sand dollars worth of this lino hose, just 299 lengths.
J'his is thUhird shipment wo havo had of Mi
nCPfili'ziWHose and if it goes the way the last
ones havo we will havo to havo another very soon.
If j on want the best hose made ask for Minera
lized, : :AT: :
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. !Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia ntul ltanililcr Agonts.
FOR SALE !
That Elegant Residence of Thos.
R. Lucas, Esq., Beretania
and Kinau Streets.
SIZE OF LOT, 2OO2C30O.
Consisting of large house with
Double Parlors, Dining Room, 4 large Bed Rooms, Lanai, Kitchen,
Bath, etc. Also Cottage of 3 large rooms, with Bath Room and Closet.
Servants' House of 4 rooms, Carriage House, and everything re
quired for a first-class home.
The grounds are planted with all kinds of fruit and ornamental
trees, flowers and ferns.
This is one of the nicest homes in Honolulu. Must be seen to be
appreciated. For further particulars see
L. C. ABLES, Real Estate Agent,
315 Fort Street. Telephone 139.
FLAW IK "FREE" SCHOOLS
A Parent Demurs Strongly Against the
Dunning by Teachers.
The Paltry Fifty Cents Nj Guarantee
"Select" Quality of Schools-Plea for
Free Schools Indeed.
Editor Evesino Bulletin:
Kiudly allow me space far n fow
This question of "freo" or"pfiy"
schools is a matter of more impor
tance than is generally given to
it in fact it is no doubt aoooptod
by mtny ts being all important
that tho schools be "pay."
Now I, ft9 a citU'Q and one
v. horn it nffoots qnito materially,
would like to know ono good
reason for requiring public or free
Fcbool to lie "pay" schools and
children be duuLod by tho teacher
ami then ho hm up to ndicult
before their companions, as if in
disgrace, just becnuso the father
is unable on account of numerous
other taxes, to produce two or
turoo dollars per week school tax.
And I would' state Hint some of
tlin tonohors brought up in the
United States and other enlight
ened countries wunre ''pay"
t-chools would Ijh considered
almost cquul to Imrlinrism, seem
to tako an internal ilriliuht in re
minding tho childrou they did
not havo as much wealth as eomo
othor children and thoro
foro were interlopora and did not
belong to his sot. If they
do not actually express
thomselvt'S in exact language
us above, their everlastiug dun
nine the childrou and their
mannoi Hpoak it as well as words.
I would like to ask them aio
they tfnehofs or aro they bill col
lectors V Perhaps they are both,
but wou'd show their truo free
born and freo school spirit by
jnaking known their objections, at
Joist for (lie "collection business."
fcjomo of tho teachers (very much
to tbuir citdit) cay they never feel
f-o moan and uehtimHi of thom
folvoi as when Hsking for pay
ifoiu thu papsls'ittouiliug a public
pohool. riioy aro not iispcI to it
or were not when ooraiug horo,
und had they been compelled to
thCTS''''' i Ihl column unit h InutleJ atlfttnti
ijfwu alimjlnt Inuillon; ta null iteonJ mnr
lion, )o ctnli t) u elk an J u ttull a monlb 7 Hi it Ibt
tbtoftil ajytrllilntn it offttiJ Ibt f refit cf Honolulu.
U7EWANT YOU TO HAVE a West Dlslnfectlntr
T Machine put In your clovt or cesspool, and
save sickness. California FeeJ Co.,AjentJ 1069
FOUND "Keno" blcle Owner can hive t-y call
In al Porl Surveyor's office, ii66-iw
WANTI I) PI e A1escncer tlo s, at onre Apply
American Messenger Service cormr llolel anJ
Alakea Streets. tf
1ANTED Mr E Pierce, at present and (or tniny
jears paM nooKKeepi
and Kukalau Mill Co
er for ll.itrakul Mill Co
delre an appointment. Wis
formerly lor a lone perloj chief accountint to the
Davlcs & Co
A WrLL RCCOMMrNDCI) HOUSLKEEPER
" WANTED. Apply at thlsoffice. noi-lf
WANTrD-To purchase for caOi, USED HAWA
IIAN lOSTAC2E STAAU'b, 10 of each value.
M DAVIS,8jShuterSt.,Montreal,CanaJa ns6-im
THE PUBLIC TO KNOWthat the St Louis CoT
I lece, St Anirews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chlorn-Naptholeum with creat success. California
I eeJ Co., Agents,
I OST-A DOLLAR PIECE CONTAINING A
L- PHOTO It was ralJ nut srftrJi. HnJer
rleave return to HAWAIIAN IIOTLL anJ receive
TO LET Two large airy, ell furnlshcJ rooms to"
rent. Inquire )c6 Punchbowl street it64iw
TO I CT New cottage of eight rooms In College
streit off WllJtr avenue Apply toW M Cun
ningham, Favorite saloon, or his residence, College
WE RENT the West DISINrFCTINO MACHINES
anJ keep them In orJer, for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co., Agents. 1069
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
COR SALE-Cholce UUDDrtJ NAVEL ORANGE
T TWEES. AJJress HAWAIIAN I RU1T AND
PLANT CO , P. O. lio 767. Honolulu 1 i6-tw
FOR SALL Cheap, a niccle Merry-Go-Round.
Carries 16 pisengers. rlJcrs furnUh the pemer:
one rMer can propell It lor full particulars en lulre
at (JAILED S HONOLULU CYCI LrY. )i King St.
PR SALE A hanJsome Japanese screen for f 40.
Apply "S," Bulletin Office. it;-im.
OPPORTUNITY TOR DAIRYMEVl-lslanJ-breJ
dairy stock, breJ to the thoroughbreJ sire of the
W, G, Irwin Jalry. I or further particulars Inquire of
C. W Macfarlane. nii-tf
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Ulart. Fort St. 1101-tf
ATWO-MANUALani Pedal llass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Hercktrom
Music Co., Tort street. too?
REST ascent meat In town,
Trv It and be eon-
Llnd's Lxcelslor Restaurant. 1041.
COUND Pouch containing Illcvcle outfit Owner
can have same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office and pa Ing expenses.
pay to attend the public schools
when they wtro pupils might
never havo been teachers at the
Ono teacher taught in this city
four years and never onco asked a
pupil to bring money for tuition
and nevor would havo if he hid
tiiught ton times as long. If tho
pupils brought money woll nod
good, but if not well and good. Is
the govornmont so poor it canuot
pay "publio school" teachers
without requiring a tuition foe
from paronts? If so, why not
raise the taxs a small fraction
and givo tho rising genoration u
Some may say thoy want tho
school seleot. Woll, I would lik
to :tsk if the publio schools aiu
not seleot in Boston and evory
other city in the U. 8.? Oh, you
will say, thoy do not have ho cos
mopolitan a population as wo havo
hero in Honolulu. Then I would
ask, if tho wholo population oi tho
Hawaiian Islands wore aunoxed
to Boston or any city half its size,
would they start in and adopt pay
schools? No, tbolr requirements
for membership to public schools
aro such that thoro would bo no
dangor of admitting anyone to
any school who was not in every
respect eligible, as they do at
preBont with tho very groat un
desirable population thoy already
Tho bnft schools in the Uuited
Statos that means with the best
aud highest salaried teachers
aro tho city publio sohools,
and the regulations and re
quirements aro such that thero
is no possibility of the pupils of
the bent people coming in contact
with their inforiors. Thoy may
bo school mates of poorer pooplo's
children it is truo, but are nevor
loquired to mix with inferiors, for
if those pupils of poorer people
aro not un to tho standard rcn air
ed for a cortain room or claBs tbey
don't reach it.
Now let me toll yoa if it were
not for tho standard or require
moots these pupils of bottor-to do
people would bo compelled to as
sociate more or less with an undo
sirabln eloment. Oertainly a littlo
miserable COc. per week would not
pievont it, for many an undesira
ble companion can furnish GOo.
psr noi-k much moro readily than
many poor but honest men. Show
mo an undesirable boy or girl that
your child would uot havo to asso
ciate with if ho or alio can
produce tho COc. por week.
Attention, Knilitt of Pythlns!
Every member of Oalui Lodge, K. of P.,
Is lierebv requested to assemble at Pythian
Cistle Hall, at 12:30 p. m. SUNDAY,
March 12th. for the purpose of attending
the funeral ceremonies of the late Princess
By order. C. ERECKSON, Act.C.C
uCoMt F.H. KELBEY.K.R. &S.
Armory P. II. Brooks Division No.
I, U. R. K. I.
All Sir Knights of the above Division
are hereby ordered to meet at their Armory
SUNDAY, March 12th, at 12:30 p. m., In
full dress uniform, for the purpose of at
tending the funeral of the late Princess
Per order Captain Commanding
S. J. SALTER,
n6,-2t . S. twR.
I hope that those interested in
this matter (and all ought to bo)
trill give it a littlo of their consi
deration and advocate discontinu
ing that "only 5Jc." and substitute
"requirements" lutt-acU Make
them nigh, make tUbin sever,.
make them of such a character
that is will be hard to. obtain and
an honor to receive, mako thorn
anything you please so long as
you don't make them loo easy to
acquire: but do striko out that 50c.
before nowcoraers gain the honor
of doing it for us.
it v""Xif nlciiu
Diamond Kent) Slttiml Station, Mnr
11, 1 pin Weather liasry, wind light
Weather lliiremi, Putinhmi. Mnr 11.
Temperature Morning minimum,
GO; Mltltlay maximum, Hi.
(Darometer corrected for eravlty- .00 )
Barometer, 0 n in, 30.1)0. Stonily.
Knllifall, do, 0.03.
Humidity nt 0 n 111 71 percent.
Dew Point 08 I
u.:Uof rnln fell between 10 nud 11
Krltlay, Mar 10.
Am bk It V llltlict, Calhoun, from
San Francisco; 1100 tout genl nitlso to
O Itrewer & Co ami 16 huiul horses to
Stmr Uixilu, HcniiliiKscn, from Ko
tia mill Kolmlii; -1U0 lings uoll'oe, 130
lings charcoal, 10 buchs bnnnnns nntl
i!o green hides.
Saturday, Star 11.
Am xclir Kvn, ItaniHellui, from Ku
rekiij 2"n,000 feet lumber for Lewers
Stmr Knitnl, Brulin, from Hnna
limiilii; 7200 UngH sugar for II Hnck
felil & Co.
Stni r Kenuhoii, Mother, from Ko
lon; -lijO bugssiignr for II lluckfultl
Slmr Lfliun, licniiutt, from Molokni
Am lik McXenr, Peterson, from
Xewcnxtlo N H W: 1731 tons conl for
Cnstle it Cooke.
Krltlny, Mar 10.
Am chr Robert Luwers, Qooilmnn,
for Snn Frnuclsco.
Am schr Muriel, Carlson, for H0110
Ipu. Saturday, Mnr 11.
Stmr Unolti, Heiinlngsen, for Ko
hala nntl Ktitin.
S S KIiihIiIu Maru, Urntly, for Seat
The La Ninfa sailed for Kona
Tho Kinshiu Maru continued
on her way to Seattle, Wash, at
Yl noon today.
Tho little schoouer Bossio E
Stevens Railed for Manila this
morning at 8:30 o'clock after hav
ing been delayed hero several
days on account of tho lack of fav
Tho American bark R P llithot,
Calhoun mastr, arrived in port
yesterday nfteruoon. Good
weather was experienced the
llithot niiikiug the trip from San
Fraucisco in 13 days.
Tho American schooner Eva,
Unmselins master, armed in port
ig port this mnrniug, nbout 15
days from Eureka, Pleasant
weather throughout tlio trip was
experienced. The captain is ac
companied by bis wifo, sister and
From reports brought by the
China yesterday, them has been
some very rouiju weatner along
the China nnd Japan const of late.
In making the trip from Shanghai
to Nagasaki, the China got the
tail ondofia typhoon. It was inthis
storm that ouo of tho Empress
Lino boats was caught. She was
24 hours late making tho trip
from Kobe to Yokohama and
when si e did arrivo it was in a
damngt condition. Two steam
ers making tho eamo trip, wero
five days late and it was supposed
that they wero wrecked. The
French mail steamer put out from
Kobe but roturnod to port and
waited for tho storm to spend its
Jimmy Say, w'eu doso eyes o' yours
look at mo I foels jes' liko n Spanish
ship aftor bcln flrcd on. by do Ynnkeos.
Now York .Tounml.
Br'cr Johnsing Hcnh, wlintclier
Btculiu mall chicking)! fo'?
Br'cr Jackhou Ain't stenlln tlcm.
Doyzo SpnnUh gnniocklckings, an dcro
toro prlti'ners obwar. Now York Jour-ual.
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
N aVisar .rif7f? 1 tfTjrr,i-
T'7ar$ PSpijlHf WW W'Mf
OUR LINE IS
Of the very best grades of new and popular style of Shoes.
Our stock Is a thoroughly good stock In every respect. You will
find It good because Its styles are not only tasty, but desirable and
serviceable. GOOD because Its assortment Is varied and complete.
GOOD because It shows full, honest value for the price every time.
IT WILL COST YOH NOTHING,
except your time, to call and see for yourself, and if your TIME Is
valuable you cannot spend It to a better advantage, or at any place
where you will receive better returns than examining our superb
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Sign or thi: Bio Shoi:,
-33 Queen Street
Carriages and Wagons
By ordor of O. BItEWEn fc CO., LTD..
I will noil nt Publio Auction, at my talon-
room, a;i liuoon ntroet,
SATURDAY, March lSlli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
(To cIdmo conslgnmonts) a full lln of
Enstcrn - built Phaetons,
Surreys, Express Wnjions and
JAS. P. MORGAN,
T-V.KINO - LESSEt
J. h POST MANAGLH
Entire : Change : of : Program 1 '
NEW SKCTCIinS nv
JIM POST AND MAY ASHLEY1'
MISS DORA MERVYN !
BOYD AND ORO, Specialists !
Martin's Trained Dogs I
Reserved Scots, BOc
General Admission, ii5c
Guitars, U k u I e I eS,
TAnO PATCH TIDDLKS.
Workmanship ail Material Guarantee,!, Repairing
1130 :: Xo. 210,' KINO ST.
Corner Kins anJ Alakea Sts , llonolalu.
3ruitais, t UlcnLoleWy
TARO PATCH riDDLES
Workmanship ani material cuaranteeJ.. Rtpalrlrf
NICE HOME AT KALIHI
MUST BE SOLD
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St
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Tho Unsbavcd Lovor You won't
Id S3 mo? Yesterday you Bald you could
kiss tho ground I stood on.
Tho Girl Tho grass was out thoro.
Office at the Hawaiian Chinese News Co 's,
tt No. 8i Kins street. Honolulu. H I.
Cooks, Walters, Yardmen, Plantation La
borers, and all kinds of employees furnish
ed promptly on short notice.
This Anencv fully examines all anDll-
cants for employment as to their compe
tency before sending them to its patrons.
Tel 75 P. O. Box 946
Trespassing Not Allowed.
Notice Is hereby given that all trespass
ing upon the lands of the undersigned, Is
foiblJden; and any person, man, woman,
or child found fishing, shooting, hunting,
or cutting and taking taro tops and taro
from these lands without written permis
sion from the undersigned, will be prosecu
ted to the fullest extent of the law.
WING TAI CHONG,
n64-3t KWONG LEE.
I, Farm at llamakua $ ;,joa
. 4 Lots at Maklkl 3 500
. ii acres land near town 6,00a
4. !i acre of land center of town 4,Soo
6. A 40-room Lodging House, ia-year lease. 5,00a
7. large lot at Malklkl 10.000
5. 175 acres coffee land, Kona J.ooo
9. 51 acres coffee land. Kona, S planted.,.. 6,00a
10. Lot H acre near town 1,50
II. Cornerlot centcro(town 9.J00
is. SOLD. I
For further particulars apply to , '
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postotllcc Lnnc, - Honolulu,
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