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m DY AUTHORITY.
Bfy wffivimi Urn nuthoritics whoso duty it is to care
r n f
Huiifai or Customs,
ITonoliiln, Sept. 7, 1S88.
Prom und after the 1st day
September, 1888, llm storage on
spirits imported into this Kingdom
for exportation will bo leduced to
cent a gallon per month.
A. S. CLEGHORN,
W. L. Gitr.K.v,
Minister of Finance.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian lulanda.
Draw Exchange on tlio
J3n.ii.lc ol Cnliibi-ulu, SS. 35
And tholr agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Xhe Bank of Hrltish Columbia, Vic
toiift, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transput a Udaoinl Isanklng Business.
"J? 11 IE
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, SEFf. 10, 1888.
Mrs. E. R. Hendry has resigned
her position in Fort street School to
the regret of tho Board of Education
as well as of pupils and parents of
pupils of that institution. Mrs.
Hendry has been vice-principal of
Fort street School for n. peiiod of
five years, which position she has
filled with credit to herself and satis
faction to the Board of Education.
She not only entered upon her du
ties there with the qualifications of
tiaining and experience as an in
structor of youth, but with the natu
ral gifts essential to the successful
teacher, and the results of her la-
Quoting from the last
biennial report of the Board of Edu
cation, "Fort street School is prac
tically the Government High School,
and the pupils get a very thorough
practical education. Especial atten
tion is paid to writing and composi
tion throughout the school, and
there is no doubt that iti these stu
dies Fort street School excels any
other educational establishment in
this Kingdom, public or private."
A full share of the credit for this
condition of the school is due to
Mrs. Hendry ; from which the natu
ral inference is that the lady's with
drawal will be a felt loss to that in
This morniug's "Advertiser" has
an account of a collision between
two brakes on Saturday last, one
being occupied by Miss Debbie
Lyle, (daughter of Mr. Lyle of the
Marine Railway), and her infant
niece, and the other by a man and
woman, presumably unknown. The
latter ran into the former. Miss
Debbie was thrown from her brake,
stunned, and otherwise injured.
The occupants of the vehicle doing
tho mischief did not stop to render
assistance, or even to nscertain tho
amount of injury done, but drove
Such a proceeding is highly re
prehensible. Whether the collision
was the result of rapid or careless
driving, the record docs not say;
but there can be little doubt that it
was. However, the least that the
couplo would have done, had they
been possessed of manly and wo
manly feeling, would have been to
render all assistance in their power
to the injured party. Their conduct
marks them as inhuman creatures,
whoever they are.
Tho circumstance furnishes an
opportunity to return to an old sub
ject which has received considerable
attention from this paper in times
past, viz. : fast driving through the
streets and on the public thorough
fares. Our labor has hitherto been
in vain. The practice still continues,
and is more rampant to-day than it
oyer was before. Rattling along the
streets and around corners at a furi
ous pace, just ns if life depended on
reaching the destination in 1:10, is
the regular custom. Public expresses
it Honolulu, Scia. 7, 1S88. (
ntul private conveyances fti'o nllku
guilty. The danger to life and limb
is ignored by drivers and by the
nuthoritics whoso duty it is to care
for the public safcl.i. What wonder
if accidents nro frequent! When a
IMinistor or some other distinguish
ed pcrsoimj'e gets u broken Hum r
a broken neck, we nuiy liopc f'r ic
formation in ihi- line, but scarcely
OUR GLORIOUS CONSTITUTION.
Editou Bi'lletix: Notwith
standing the many and varied at
tacks made upon the present Ha
waiian Constitution, 1 contend that
it is, unamended, the best suited for
these islands that conld be "hashed
up ;" although I admit that it might
be unsuitable to the needs ot a civil
The Hawaiian Constitution is gen
erally believed to be a contradictory,
inconsistent, incongruous and un
safe guide in all matters which it is
intended to regulate ; but, neverthe
less, 1 cleave to the opinion that the
contrary is the fact.
Tho gloiious Constitution of tho
Hawaiian Kingdom is one of the
most pioliflc and accommodating
documents ever drawn up hy the art
of man it proves everything, helps
everybody, and is gradually invad
ing the household and regulating
the affairs of everyday life. As an
instance of this my boy refused to
cat poi the other day ; because it
was unconstitutional when more ex
pensive dishes were on the table.
Properly viewed tho Hawaiian
Constitution is like an accommodat
ing "vest pocket" that has only to
be searched to find out the treasure
it contains. Should a kanaka legis
lator oppose a bill or motion in the
House he appeals to a rule or clause
of the Constitution as supporting
liis opinion ; and the fellow on the
other side flings back, as a retort,
another clause of the same docu
ment. Thus the Constitution is
handy and invaluable to all parties
and factions as a political sand bag,
used but never abused.
Another impoitant advantage of
the document is the readiness with
which its separate rules and provi
sions can be laid aside when occa
sion requires, as witness the aibi
trary exclusion of the public from a
Legislative committee meeting last
Saturday in express opposition to
Rule 27 of tho Constitution. The
rules of the Hawaiian Constitution
have certain folding arrangements
by which they can be removed and
suspended as easily as are the rules
of the Legislative Chamber. This
is a grand convenience, because the
Constitution might otherwise get
seriously in the way and be hurt.
Another great advantage posscss-
aclcristics of Monarchical and Re
publican institutions so beautifully
mixed and blended so that we, poor
Hawaiians. cannot tell "which from
t'other." That is just as it should
be ; because we must believe the Con
stitution to be Hawaiian or nothing.
Hawaiians must create and evolve
their constitutions themselves, and
the wisdom, profundity of study and
erudition apparent in the Hawaiian
Constitution, shows conclusively the
progress of our development in this
direction as a people, and the great
aptitude we have for self-government.
It is all very well to say that the
"thing" was hastily gotten up, and
must necessarily bo imperfect; but
1 maintain that this circumstance
was fortunate in giving to our glori
ous Constitution theconglomciation,
comprehensiveness, angularity and
feasibility necessary to its useful
ness, convenience, and adaptability
to tho wants and whims of Hawai
ian legislators of the straight type
or the curly.
1 trust that His Majesty, with or
without the advice of his quartette
of august responsible or irresponsi
ble Ministers, will send a copy of the
Hawaiian Constitution to the Mel
bourne Exposition before it closes,
to inform all the ends of the earth
of the wisdom and greatness pre
vailing on these "isles of the sea,"
as embodied and reflected in the
unique document which we swear to
support whether we know ifs con
tents or not. It might also be ad
visable to send with the sacred docu
ment the portraits of the quartette
of Ministers, which would be unique
"Cabinet" pictures and convey a
fair idea of what kind of government
we have in the Hawaiian Kingdom.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1888.
Tali Boo has mixed up tho Con
stitution with the Rules of tho
Houso. There is no "Rule 27 of
the Constitution," and the Article
of that document so numbered re
lates to reprieves and pardons.
Ennon 1Jijj.i.i;tik : Your edito
rial in the issue of the 7th hist.
shows plainly that "You don't quite
I will explain :
On the lltli day of June, 1888,1
addressed a letter to the Minister of
Finance, requesting him to allow
Dr. llillebiaud's books, treating
about the "Flora of Hawaii," to
come in duty free, if ho could law
fully do so.
The following day the Minister
told mo that ho had icceived iuv
letter, thnt iin fnvnrfxl llm iilnn lml
J that under the existing statutes ho
Hot see hU way clear td trraiit
.-1 i nich permission, and that the
matter had been referred to the At-t(iiuey-Gcncral.for
Ou the same da. the Attornoy
(.onernl told me that ho hod looked
up i ln Inu "".lint was in doubl,whothcr
'u law which permits goods duty
o, if for "educational purposes,"
wa applicable in this cae. lie its
untl inc, however, that he was in
sympathy with tho objei t in view,
Mid would draw up a special bill to
lay before the House.
Hero tho matter rested. Uo
doubt the Attorney-General had
other work to do and I had almost
foigottcn tho matter, when the ves
sel which had tho books on board
arrived week before last, after an
exceptionally long voyage.
Then the question was re-opened
and tho bill piesontcd to the Legis
lature by a member of the Cabinet.
I believe that this explanation will
satisfy nil fair-minded pcopla that
this bill was not brought before the
IIoii'c by the Attorney-General, in
older to further any private schemes
at this late date.
The House killed the bill as every
one knows. But I shnll take an op
portunity at some future date, to
inform a portion of tlifs community,
who don't know, to what extent this
people and country aro indebted to
The last action in life the doctor
took for the benefit of this country
was the arranging for the printer his
manuscript of the "Flora of Ha
waii." Towards the publication of this
work the Piussian Government paid
the sum of lOOOink equal to 230
which shows that at least in one
portion of the globe certain work is
1 asked only for a remission of
duty amounting to 125.50, which
the Government could not have col
lected if this book had not been
written. A. Jaegeu.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 1888.
Our correspondent seems to haye
missed the point or intention of our
brief article. AVc have not and had
not the slightest objection to the
remission of duties of the book. In
fact, believed and believe it would
have been the proper thing to have
done. Nor did we intimate or sup
pose that any private interest would
be seived thereby. Our idea was,
that a mcrabor of the Government
had no more right to introduce a
private bill after the expiration of
the time allowed for private bills,
than any other member of the
House. Only this and nothing
more. Under a suspension of the
rules any member can do so, and
can, property. Ed.
'pilEKE will ho a called meeting of
A Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. & A.
M., at their Hill, corner of Foil and
Qioeiibtriets, THIS (Momhu) EVEN
INO, tit 7:110 o'clock,
For Work in the Third Degree.
Jlcmlms of Lodge le Progres and nil
-ojmrning breihicu are fraternally iu.
Wii'd to intend.
By oider ot the W.-. Mv.
T. C. PORTER,
''- " Stcretury,
AGENTLF.MAN of over SO years'
liusiiui s experience ih largo
Huns in England und this Kingdom is
open for a iv.encni;enieiit us Book,
keeper, Cnnhlcr and Correspondent. He.
feitiices and testimonials of the higlie.-a
oultr. Addicss P. O. Box 470. 41 ltn
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeing of the stock,
holder:) of the Uilo ugar Co. held
in Honolulu, this 10 li day of September,
ISSa, thu lollowing ofJUeis were duly
elected to serve during the tiHuingyear:
Wm. G. Irwin Presideut,
John T. Spicckels..Vicc President,
Walter M. Giffiml i & "
H. M. Whitney. Jr Auditor.
W. M. GIFFARD,
42 lw Secretary, II. S. Co.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the stock!
holders ot the Hutchinson l'lanta.
Hon Co held in Honolulu this luih day
of September, 1888, the followiug olli.
rens were duly elected to serve during
die ensuing year:
Win. G. Irwin President,
John A. Buck Vice.Preeidoiit,
u.M. wiiitncy, Jr. Auditor.
W. M. GIFFARD,
42 lw Secretary, n 1 Co.
Genuine Bavarian Beer!
JuH landed Ex "O. II. Bishop'1
from Hi emeu.
The Celebrated Spaten Brew 1
Of Munich, Bavaria,
BI PINTS & QUARTS.
At F. A, SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
TH WEEKLY BULLETIN
i.M coll,llllll) purely local matter
Mailed to foreign countries, $C per
By order of Mr. h It. lion, 1 will sell
ill Public Auction, it tny Sale.
loom, Queen sine',
On Wednesday & Thursday,
September 12th & 10th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31. EACH BAY,
A largo and vailed assortment of
DRY GOODS !
Fancy Neckties & Scarfs,
Wh It o & Brown Cottons,
Fancy Prints, Victoria Lawns,
Iiiice Uuitalns, Rugs,
Silks and Satins, all colors.
Also a very large assortment of
Of new and varied patterns, just re
celved from England, eomprisdiig
Worsted Coatings !
Tweeds, Broad Cloth, Diagonals,
Fancy Suitings, Sages,
ITALIAN CLOTHS, ETC., ETC.
And a large assortment of
Single Suit & Pant Patterns,
EgrTliesc Goods nro nil new importa
tions and !ll be sold without riscrvr.
Goods will be on exhibition on Month y
TJEKfllS A.T SAL VI.
. JAS. F. MOUGAN,
41 3t Auclioneer.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
rPHE following gentlemen h.ive been
JL dul elected to erve as ouiccrs of
the Mut inl Telephone Co. for the en
suing year, viz:
II. A. Widenmnn President,
II. Wulerhotiti' Viie President,
U. O. licrgcr Treasurer,
0. O. Bcrger Secretary,
W. F. Allen Auditor.
O. O. BEKGEH,
Honolulu, Sept. 7, 1S38. -11 2w
MISS Thielo will open her School
and Kindergarten on MONDAY,
hoptember 10th. f it
Tf R. Geo. L. Babcock will resume his
ItJL Piano Lessons on WEDNESDAY,
September liitli. Itcsiduncc, No. 13
Kniina street. Mutual Telephone, No.
321. 38 lw
TY office will be closed fiom Septem.
1JL her 22nd to October 27th, during
my absence from tho Kincdom.
M. E. GKOSSMAN,
SC tf " DcnlUt, 08 Hotel Bt.
MR. J. M. Camniii, Jr., is authorized
to collect for our account. Spe
cial attention given to Portuguese out.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
75 tf 28 Mcrchnnt street.
DURING my absence from the King,
dom the Hon. W. F. Allen will
act for mc under a full power nf attor
ney in all private matters, and also in
all estates in which I am assignee or
ugent. W. C. PARKE.
Honolulu, August 25, 1888. 29 2m
A small lot of
IN QUARTS & PINTS.
Just to hand per "Hark Coranna."
X- JTOIt &AJUE i
At F. A, SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
Mr.- A, M. Hewett,
Purposes leaving for the Coast In
October prior to which he
offers tho whole of his
Hanasomely Assortea Stack
Do not bo alarmed that you will not
be able to purchase in Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
A3 in San Francisco for Mr. Hewett is
going to select Riich a stock as will
suit the most fastldcouB and
surpribu our little city,
C3fAll parties now indebted to him
arc respectfully requested to make
Immediate settlement. (IS 9m
St. Louis' College.
Boarding & Day School for Boys
Tho course of InMniolion omhrAM "
all the branches of a good ChrUthiti nml
I.ntin, Greek, French nml Geimnn n'c
oniloiiitl studies. Tlicie nie uo extra
charge for Ihco branches.
For admission, certificates of good
moral diameter and of health are re.
quired of every pupil.
For Day Scholars, fiOc, 7Cc, $1, f 1.50
per month, according to class.
Children whose pnrents aro In clr.
cumstanccs which reclude the ability
to pay the full fee will be ad mil ted nt
reduced rates, ntul where it can bo
shown that they ato not iu a position to
pav nt all, no charge will ho made.
The Hoarding Department consists of
two distinct classes of pupils.
Board and Tuition, 1st Class, 8150 per
Board and Tuition, 2nd Class, $75 per
Music on Violin, Piano, Flulo and
Clarionet, $5 per month.
Voral Music nml Drawing free of
Laundry Expcnrw, $3 per month.
Mc ileal A'tcndiuicu forms extin
charge. AIfo, icrnirs of nil kinds.
Books and Stationery at current rates.
Payments must be made qunilerly
(ever. 2J mnutljs) and hi advance.
Ever.. Boat dor inu&l be prodded with
Bed-cloth w, it Mntticss, 2 Night Gowns,
scveiul Suits of Clothing for Sundays
and week days, (3 Shirts, 0 Poclat Hand
l.cruliiefd, !! Pairs of Stockings, Collars
Mill Tie, !) Pairs of Shoes, and articles
for toilet. Tho Collego Uniform is
ohllmitory for Boarders.
The lioftidcrs that have given satis
faction by their good conduct and ap
plication to studies may spend the Hot
Satuulay of every month with their
patents or guardians if called for by
A quarterly report of tho health, con.
duct and improvement of every Boarder
will be sent to his parents or guardians.
The session commences this year on
Monday, September 17, 1888.
tSf For further particulars apply to
the Piincipal of tho School,
or to REV. FATHER LEONOR.
in 2 ."
Punaliou Preparatory School.
IIONOI.TJ1.U, XI. X.
Fall Terms opens Monday, Sept. 10, '88
The faculty at Oahu College will he
constituted as follows:
Rev. W. C. Merritt, A. B., Yale Col.
lege President Mental and Moral
Prof. A. B. Lyons, A. M., M. D , "Wll.
lianib' College Chemistry and Natural
Rev. A. D. Bissell, A. B., Amherst
College Instrumental & Vocal Music.
Miss M. Ella Spooncr, Mt. Holyokc
Seminary Latin & English Literatuie.
Miss II. E. Cushman, A. B Oberlin
College Greek, Mathematics and Rhe
toric. Mrs. L. D. Pinney French, Mathe
matics and English.
These are all successful teachers who
have had experience in their respective
The faculty at the Punahou Prepara
tory School will consist of tho following
well known successful teachers:
Miss N. J. Malone Principal 1st
and 2nd Grades.
Miss Margaret Brewer 3rd and 4th
Miss E. B. Snow-5th and Oth GradeB.
Miss Helen S. Chamberlain 7th and
The Boarding Department will ho
under the same management as hereto,
fore, and thu Trustees are confident that
it offers better urlvilegcs as a school
home than cun bo obtained elsewhere
for the eamu money.
It is desired that early npplitation
should bo made for all Intendini: to
enter cither school. 00 if
Genernl Mlilpplni; Agency nml For
eluii I'nrrelH Kxprcxx.
Chief. Office, 23 Cannon St., London, E. C
Goods, Parcels, Baggage, Elo., Etc,
Forwarded to and from nil parts of
O. O. D. amounts of invoices collected
in uny couptry,
V-Turlfr of Itntes on Application-
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
0J 98 Merchant Street, tf
Jean, NinoK, Linen, Caiitonllaimo ai Flannelette,
)ffSomctliiiig New niid Suitable for tin's Ulimate.CS
GENUINE CLEARANCE' SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush it Lenther; Bisque, Glass &. Parian "Ware, Operu &
Mnrine Glasses, Telescopes,
IMiisio Boxes, Toys, Books, -Alliims9
And other things too niuiieious to mention. All the above
Goods will be oilered at tho
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
8fThe nbovc Goods aro New,
been imported ox recent arrivals and
ss. cmpef" Ej"vjursr3:rco-s -a
lOO ITox-t Ssjtrect, Honolulu.
TTOWT? e'a?IJ21.rC,, HONOLULU.
IW BARGAINS -J Now Lino of jg- BAHGAIN8 -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
SHELF-HA1WABE, PLOWS HEFL 1BCHA1ISE.
Novolticw and Faucy GoodH, InLargeVariety.
MRS. M. B. CAMPBELL,
Has commenced the hu3ines of Dress
making, Cutting and Fining, at her icsi
dence, No. 13 Buretania street, opposite
the Hotel. The pationage of the Indus
is respectfully solicited. HutUfactiun
ONE fine Milch Cow,
price, $125. Apply
at the Bulletin Office.
91 8td oaw
COTTAGE of 7 rooms,
situated ou Kinir street.
just beyond Thomas Square.
Artcbtan water, stabling and every con.
Ycnicncc. Apply to
39 lm At Hall & Son's.
FOR SALE or LET
THE House and Lot on
Berctnnia street next to
Mr. John Ena's on tho west:
lot runs from Berctanla to Young
. House contains parlor, dininir-
threo largo bedrooms kitchen
oom anil out-nouses. Inquire of
"W. O. WILDER.
iltlOK STORE on Nuiunu
street, fitted with ulielv.
lng, counters, etc., next to
Nowlein's coiner, Rent verv moderate.
Apply to J. E. BROWN & CO.,
25 tf 28 Merchant street.
A HOUSE on School Ftreet
near the wooden bridge,
coutainlnir live rooms, besides
bllliard.room,. bathroom, kitchen and
pantry. Also carriage housu and (.tables
for two horses: Apply to
E, W. JORDAN,
At Watcrhouse's Fort-street Store.
Cottage To Lot.
CONTAINING parlor, four
kitchen, pantry, bathroom.
largo veranda-room andout-hoiiEcs, with
nice garden, lawn, shade trees and
acre of land in gooil location, Rent $25
per month and water tnx,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
117 lit Cor. Fort &. Merchant streets.
rPHE DAILY BULLETIN is a lio
X eyeniug pappr. 00 cents per mouth.
of Removal !
& FAICY GOODS
Fresh and of tho Latest Design, having
were selected expressly for the trade.
TWO Monkeys, male and
female, perfect pets. Also
a Talking Parrot, (green)."
Apply to W. S. LUCE.
OWING to departure
from the Kingdom
u lady in desirous of dig -posiiiK
of her Carriage.
Curiiiigii Horse und Milch Cows. Apply
at the Hawaiiin Hotel Stables. 38 lw
Received ex S. S. Australia a full
HAY'S HOP ALE.
llay's Aerated Hon Ale (Non.
Intoxicating) William Huy, Hull.
"This is an excellent Non-Alcoholic
Beverage, which probably approaches
as near to Beer as is possible, without
tho presence of alcohol. Our analysis
showed the presence of the bitter prin
ciplo of the Hop in perfect solution."
"It is a nearer approach to Bass's or
Allsopp's Alo than any non-intoxlcants
preceding it. lias tho Hop Taste of
Bitter Beer, and is a pleasant appetising
drink." Eastern Morning Nows.
"Mr. Hay's experiments on Hops have
resulted In the pioduction of a beautiful
essence, which deterves to rank as quite
n plmimaceuilcal triumph. It mixes
peifcctly iiith water, and lura aflno Hop
Aionui. Hop Ale mado from this
esbcnco has, y ith the Hop Flavor, all
the blight appearance of Champagne.
It fiolhs reniiukably, is a veryngrecablo
drink, and suitable either tor summer
or winter." Tho Chemist & Druggist,
"A beautiful Cbtencc, has a fino Hop
Aroma, nnd is ipiito a pharmaceutical
triumph." The Chemist & Diugglst,
"Ilay'H Hop Ale. This is an ex.
relleut non-alcoholic beverage." Tho
"Has tho Hop Taste of Bitter Beer,
and is a nearer approach to Bass or
Allsopp's Ale than any non-intoxlcants
preceding it." Eastern Morning News.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
U 28 Merchant Street. 2w
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