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Artists' Matciials of nil kinds.
BSy King Bros, have just received
a duo stock of New Goods, suitable
for Christmas Presents. Call early.
HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack Bland: Merchant and Fort
atreet. Telephones, 335.
SATURDAY. DEC. 1, 1888.
Stmr Kaala from Walalua and Walaimo
Stmr Mokolil from MoloLal
Bk .T O Pflugcr for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr llokolll for Molokal at 5 p in
Stmr Lehua for Maui Hawaii at 4 p in
Stmr Jas Makee for Kapaa at u p in
Stmr Kaala for Waianae and Walalua at
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Christmas falls on a Tuesday.
Mince pies at the Elite to-day.
The grey stallion Princo is offered
To-morrow will be
day in Advent.
tho first Sun-
Thb steamor Likeliko will be due
Mr. A. M. Hewett's condition
mains the same to day.
Tun weather was quito cool at an
early hour this morning.
Firewood can be had from the
Government Forestry, Makiki.
, - m -
A small mail was forwaided to San
iFrancisco by the ship J. C. Piluger.
There will be union service at
Xnumakapili Church Sunday even
It is probable that both H. B. M.
S. Hyacinth and Cormorant arc at
There was an abundance of
at Hamakua the early part of
THE Anglican Church Chronicle
for Dec-ember is out. It is an excel
A large and merry party went to
Pearl Eiver this rooming, on tho
Lo Sam Sing gives notice that tho
Hawaiian Business Agency will col
lect his accounts.
Keep in mind the fact that the
Kinau leaves next Tuesday at 2 p.m.
for the Volcano.
Messub. T . H. Davies fc Co. have
lawn tenuis pets for sale. Nothing
better for a Christmas present.
A temperance meeting for men
only will bo held this ovoning at 7 :30
o'clock in Brewer's block. Addresbes
will ho duliveied by new speakers.
Sjxtkev natives, including four
omen, weVfi a: rested yesteiday for
violating Chapter 41, Sebbion Laws
of 1880, by purchasing cho fa
Owiso to lopaiis School jstreet
bridge will ho closed to horses and
carriages between tho hours of 7 a.
in. and B p. m., from Monday until
Dunma tho nresont month wines,
liquors, hcew and spirits will lie hold
at greatly l educed rates at tho store
of W. S. Luce, Now is tho time to
lay hi a stock for tho holidays.
Mr. A. A. Montana, who lecontly
mot a seiious ucoidont to his
loft arm, -id very much improving
and is in a condition to heeliis friends
at tho Queen's Hospital, where ho
A Chinaman, a clerk in tho employ
.of Along, lias brought suit against
Captain Larson of tho Police force,
for $2,000 damages, for ontering his
promises, as Jio alleges, without a
search wan ant.
In another column may bo found
full particulars of tho sale of Crown
lands ty orueroi mu uuniiiiiBawiiujo.
Tho sale takes place Monday, De
cember 10th, at tho rooniB of Lowis
J: Lovoy, auctioneer.
A maonifioent oil painting of a
cliiBtor of magnolias is on exhibition
in tho window of tho Pacific Hard
ware Company's store, Fort street. It
is tho work of Miss Lulu Fanning,
who is now Btaying in tho islands,
and a fresh ovidenco of tho talent of
Iho young ady in this direotion.
Miss Fanning is going to givo Icbsohb
A Few Words About Books,
Our assortment is complete. Books
for the .voting people as well as for
the old folks. Just received, a lino
of Cloth Bound Books, li-gularprico,
SI. 00 and $1.00; which wo an? clos
ing out for the low price of 50c.
Coll early, as our stock is going
Hawaiian Nnws Co.,
'25 Me; chant street.
Mns. Brownell has a card of thanks
in another column.
Mtssns. Q. West it Co. have the
very latest vocal and instrumental
folios for sale.
Tun Hawaiian hand will accom
pany tho Knights of Pythias excur
sion lo Maui next week.
Tun Hawaiian News Company's
Btoro is crowded all day through.
Reason Fine Btock of holiday goods.
Elder Matthew Noall lectures at
the Mormon Church this evening, on
"True versus Modern Christianity."
Dk. llaymond has heen appointed
School Agent for the district of Kau,
Hawaii, in place of G. "W. C. Jones,
Mn. T. 11. Walker, British Vice
Consul, and Captain Acland, It. N.,
have gone to the Volcano on tho
steamer W. G. Hull.
A notick to tho members of Ha
waiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A. M.,
relating to election of officers, ap
pears in another column.
Mr. F. B. Auerbach has been ap
pointed bookkeeper for tho Hawaiian
Hotel Stables Company, and entered
upon his duties this morning.
On Tuesday, tho 4th inBt, Mr. J.
F. Morgan will sell tho household
fumituro at the residenco of Mr. M.
E. Livingstone, Nuuanu avenue.
A ciiaroe of furious driving pie
ferrcd against Thos. King, was sus
tained in tho Police Couit yesterday,
and he was fined $5 with 53.90 costs.
Samson Greenwood, tho coloied
bluo jacket, was tried yesterday af
ternoon for assault and b.ittciy on a
police officer with a knife and found
The masquerade ball will come oil
this evening at the hall of the l'oitu
gueso Benevolent Society, Alapai
street. It is expected there will be a
On Monday evening next Mr. P. C.
Jones will organize a new class in
bookkeeping at the parlors of tho Y.
M. C. A. All young men desiring a
courso of practical instruction in
bookkeeping aro requested to bo pre
Messrs. W. G. Irwin it Co. announce
the Japanese steamer Takasago Maru
as due hero about the 28th of Decem
ber with Japanese. She leaves again
January 1st, 1889,for Yokohama und
Hongkong, with passengers and
' EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Masquerade ball at Portuguese
Benevolent Society's hall, at 7:30.
Typographical Union No. 87 at
Temperance meeting in Brewer's
Block at 7:30.
The following tenders were re
ceived by the Board of Health for
the construction of a Superinten
dent's residr-nco at the leper settle
ment, Kalaupapa, Molokai: ,
Alex. Burgpss 82,300
Geo. Lincoln., 2,800.
Peter High .,., , 2,175
Andaews & Kaaumoana.. . , , , 1,800
S. Kanahele 1,760
II. F. Bertelman 1,050
The last named tender was ac
cepted. NEW DOCK AT FAYAL', AZORES.
The bay of Ilorta, island of Faynl,
formerly little better than an open
roadstead aud consequently, .with
certain winds, forming a mo9t un
safe anchorage, has recently heen
transformed into a splendid harbor.
This change has bce;i brought about
by the construction, at enormous
expense to the local authonties, of
a most complete breakwater, stretch
ing two-thirds aoross the bay, sub
stantially built anil cemented
Wo aro informed by Senhor Cnna
varro, II. P, M. Commissioner, that
tho bay of Hortn now possesses facili
ties of a most complete naluro for
the repairs of ships, discharging and
loading cargo ; that tho port is an
entirely free one, there being no
diarges whatever, either for dock
ago, tonnage, or quarantine. Pro
visions aro also exceedingly chead.
So that tho port of Ilorta, offering
as it now does so many advantages,
will In futuro no doubt bo largely
used by ships in need of repairs,
shelter or provisions,
A complete and well executed
plnu of the bay of Ilorta, showing
details of tho breakwater, sound
ings, etc., may be seen at the ofilce
of J. E. Brown & Co., Morohant
Mr. Clias. J. Fishel, of tlio Lend
ing Millinciy House, is very busy
marking and arranging hi? new stock
of holiday and other goods, person
ally selected by him in the East
and San Francisco. He promises to
make a display that will take tho
The Hawaiian Band will give a
publiu concert tills afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at
4:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: March Deilllr Schlld
Ovciturc Iphlgenla Qluck
Waltz La Ghana Bucnlossl
Duet Trovatore Verdi
Gavotte Domino Olochlagcr
Galop Kossack's Ride Jllllocker
Tho Board of Education, at a re
cent meeting, decided upon new
bchoolhouses, or additions at the
following places : Elccle and Konn
wacna, Kauai ; Napoopoo and IIoo
puloa, in South Kona, Hawaii ; Kco
kca and Pohakupuka, in Ililo dis
trict; Kamala, Pnnaluu, Honuapo
and Pahala, (the last two repairs),
in Kau district ; Kcanae, liana and
SANTA CLAUS AfTHEBEAVER.
As will be seen from an adver
tisement in another column, Mr.
Nolle of the Ucaver Saloon, has re
ceived a visit from Santa Claus, and
the latter has left there a very large
new stock of goods, comprising
cigars, cigarettes, tobaccos and all
the requisites for smokeis. These
goods were especially selected for
the .holidays, and particular atten
tion is called to the Prefeired stock
cigarettes, which aro done up in
handsome boxes. All the leading
brands of cigars and tobaccos are
included and there is an endless
variety of pipes, cigar and cigarette
holders, etc. Give Nolte a call.
ii.n I.... J..... t i mi
THE CATHOLICS AND THE
Editor Bulletin: My antagon
ist "P. Layman" treats me rather
severely, and I think unfaiily', in the
"Gazette" of TJov. 27th. I leave it
to the unprejudiced public to decide
whether the lcproaches he heaps
upon me might not more fairly be
thrown back upon himself.
Consideiing his letters as being
dictated by the desire of discussing
the school question, I did my share
by treating it from the Catholic
standpoint. Ho seemed to agree
with me that the absence of religious
instruction is a defect in our public
schools. As to the remedy ho pro
posed a compromise a religious
instruction which could be accept
able to all Christians, Protestants as
well as Catholics, I squarely stated
that wc cannot accept his proposi
tion, bceauso Catholic parents re
quire their children to be instruct
ed in the specific Catholic religion
and in no other, he it with Bible
reading or without it. This was a
simple honest statement of Catholic
principles without controversy about
their intrinsic value. However
superior P. Layman's mental facul
ties may be to mine 1 dare affirm
that I possess a fuller knowledge of
my own affairs than any outside
It is not fair to say that I ask a
privilege for the Catholics, hut I do
ask that the peculiar requirements
of their consciences be respected as
well as tho wants of their neighbors.
Under the prevailing circumstances,
the proposition offered by P. Laj--man
would practicallj' decide the
whole question in favor of the Pro
testants whM (he claims of the
Catholics would be ignored.
In order to avoid misunderstand
ing, allow me to state clearly that I
well understand the difficult task of
the government and of the Bpard of
Education in particular, on account
of tiie mixed population. As pub
lic schools are, religious instruction
of any pailicular denomination
must be excluded. This constitutes
a necessary evil for which nobody
can be justly blamed. Nevertheless
wo cannot consider it a perfect sys
tem and the good and liberal ought
to combine (unite) for the purpose
of finding a remedy,at least In many
particular cases. The Board of
Education deserves the highest
credit for its recent circular to the
school agents, allowing the ministers
of leligion to tige the public school
houses for the Instruction of tie
children in their respective creeds.
Thin is a step in the right direction,
the impaitial application of a just
But P. Layman should not bo
offended when I proposed a remedy
by far moic efficacious, that of
denominational schools, according
to the choice of the children's par
cuts. This is an ideal which our
Board of Education cannot icalizo
(by itself on a largo scale). The
initiative is rather the wotk of the
It may be said that we have full
liberty to create independent schools
at our own expense That liberty
seerqs generous and reasonable at
first sight and it is quito easy for the
rich profit by it, but it is not so easy
for tho poor when they must first pay
tho school-tax for tho public schools
and then pay again for a school of
their own cIiqjcq which they con
sider morally necessary for their
children. It does not require a very
skillful lawyer to overrule any com
plaint of those parents because the
nubjio schools are open for all. I
appeal, not to a law or lawyer but
to n high sense of justice and to n
delicate fooling of equity towatds
the poor. Situo those independent
schools do thu same wotk as the
public schools and furnish besides a
main branch of a good education,
why should they not have, along
with this liberty, encouragement
and material assistance out of tho
public means? By natural and
dtvlno law, parents have tho first
duty and consequently tho first right
to provide for tho education of their
childicn; the stato comes in after
the parents to help those that are
willing and to compel the negligent
parents for tho general benefit of the
people. This is tho practical view of
all parents in behalf of their own
children, notwithstanding an oppo
site theory for the multitude.
The objections taken from past
and contemporary history aro so
complicated and open to so many
interpretations and distinctions, es
pecially in countries where church
and state are united, that 'largo
volumes would not bring us out of
the labyrinth. For that reason I do
not attempt to answer the questions
proposed by P. Layman. He can
find the authentic doctrine of the
Cntholic church in the recent Ency
clical letter of Pope Leo XUI "Do
Libertatc liumana." As to the
abuser by governments or by local
church authorities (officers) the
church is not responsible for them
and the Catholics of these islands
ought not to be made responsible
for tho real or supposedsinsof other
countries. Let us stand our own
merits hero. I have no authentic
statistics on hand, but there is no
doubt that a protcstant minority (in
proportion to our Catholic minority)
among a Catholic majority would not
so tamely submit to tlio almost ex- I
elusive ruling of the majority as-tue
Catholics do here.
Finally, be it said to the consola
tion of P. Layman, that the Catho
lic clergy, and laity in this Kingdom
justly appreciate the unlimited
liberty of conscience superior not
only to many countries in which
Protestantism prevails but even to.
the liberty enjoyed in some Catho
lic countries. In reference to tho
Board of Education, composed of
four gentlemen whose personal views
and sympathies are not supposed to
be in favor of the Catholic religion,
I freely and gratefully acknowledge
that they have shown in their official
capacity a general tendency of fair
dealing far above a narrow minded
party spirit. When I expose cer
tain complaints of our Catholic
population, it is not in the way of
incrimination, but as an appeal to
their high sense of justice, that they
may take the matter into consider
ation and act fairly according to
Nov. 28th. Bishop of Olba.
WILL take place on SATURDAY,
December 1st, at 7:80 r. u., at
tho Portuguese Mutual Benevolent So
ciety's Hall. Alnpai street. Tickets can
bo had at Nolte's Beaver Saloon and W.
O. Peacock', Merchant street. Tickets
can also be had at tho gato. The I'ortu.
guesu Baud w ill play a selection of
music on thn grounds. Prof. Berger
(with his string band) will take charge
and conduct the dance music. 108 Ot
GORAL STONES and BRICKS, for
JOHN P. COLBURN & CO.,
110 lw Queou steot
PEARL RIVER EXCUSIONISTS
PIciihc Take Xotice.
IN future nil who are in.
vitcd to make tho trip
to Peail Harbor on the steamer
''Ewu" must he on board at S o'clock
a m sharp.
110 2t B. V. DILLINGHAM.
pal, Dnrk Brown Mare,
indiscrlbible brand on
left Hank. A reward
will be given on returning same to
Wnterhoue's Fort Street Store. 110 2i
rpiIE undersigne being about to leavo
X Hie Kingdom, lcqucdls the inline,
ilial'i BcUli-meiit of nil accounts due
N. l' Burgess, or steps will bo taken
in collect thu same.
10'J 3w G. W. BURGESS.
VOTfUE Is hereby given that tlio
L biiuiticvi horeloforo curried on at
Wulluku, Slaui, by E. A. Uielcnbcrg,
a patFPtl into my hands, and nil per.
Minn Indebted o tlio said E. A. Biclcn.
Iieri? aru rtqiiPHioil to make payment of
ihelr accounts t mo in accordance with
the notice issued by him.
N OHM AN HULBEHT.
Wftlluku, Nov. 24, 1888. 110 8t
Boston to Honolulu
O. J5R13WISK. & CO.
their Hue fiom
bo in loading
a First Class VfBsel in
Boston for Honolulu to
berth January 1, 1889,
if Sufficient Inducement Offers.
CSTor further Information npply to
C. BREWER & CO.,
107 2v Queen Street.
rpHE ONLY LIVE PAPER in
JL Honolulu "The Dally Bulletin,
CO cents per month.
Jfotltet itder Mi ktad art charged 10 etntt
per live for thtjtnt Insertion, anil 6 c.nti ptr Itne
even mddltional intertion.
Rear of Lucas' Mill.
At the " ELITE."
Cidlfor them while
A SECOND-HAND Cabinet Organ is
wanted. Apply at this office.
SPECIAL rates eiven to parties or
J. E. BROWN & CO..
Proprietors Tahiti Lemonade Works.
TIIE undersigned Is directed to phco
fromONKto TEN THOUSAND
DOLLARS In' the above securities.
Apply to FRANK GODFREY,
Knights of Pjrthlas Building, Fort St.
Address, Uencral Poatoftlce. 109 3t
THE undersigned will be in hlsofllco,
Brewer's Block, Hotel street, next
door to Candy 8toro every day from 13
noon to 3 r. u. to receive orders, and
explain the use of hboTO valuable inven
tion for telephones. P. PECK.
CHAS. J. FBSHEL.
Corner el Fort & llttel Streets.
Beer ! Beer !
II. IIAOICITJEIP & CO.
Have just received a fresh ship.
. ment of
St. Pauli Deer, qts & pts,
Fuersten Brau, qts & pts,
Warranted Pure and In Good Order
which they oiler
EOR SALE at LOW MTES.
O:? & 05 FORT
New Goods I -SSaio-
Tho ladies are invited to inspect our
KEW STOCK of DRY GUODS &, VASV V GOODS
Received by last steamer anil personally selected by Air. S. Ehrliob.
stock comprises ninny noelties in every department.
Prices are Bed Rock. A large assortment of
3LJtess Groocls in all
Kmbroideiies, Laces k Oriental Lace, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Tricot & Ladiss' Cloth, tc.
Largo Assort, in Dress Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Chambray & Ckefiots.
3Sov HSovoliieH iix L.nHew' Berlin Ska-wls J
Ltuliet,' Castentcrc Scarf Shawls in all shades,
Hosiery, Corsets it Underwaro at low prices
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets 1
Wc call particular attention to our Shoe Department.
A Fnll Tiino of IjndicH' French Itld Itutton KIioch,
A Fnll liinc of GriifH-MlitiCH,
Children's French Kid Shoes at Bed Bock Price.
Ralloais XfcllOBOTSrS 3Rillons
In all Widths, Colors & Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing; !
Cent's Bathing Suits at .$1.50 a Suit.
G3 & G5 Fort Utreot.
-g THE SI-
Mm FW m
ECkAJN Ss COMPANY.
NEW OODS-Ufl-NEW GOODS- KP-NEW GOODS
WE HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy Hoods mm for tie Holmay Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
Laoc Curtains, Htampod rX"lllen, fc31ioc? XXaRs, IEte.
Fall Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Fois, Etc.
Wo call particular attention lo our fine selection in
WoHaiB ClotMit to Gents, Yois & CIMm!
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, ValiBCs,
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something vrry fine in
in? &!' Boils, SIiobs & Sliers & Gents'
Call on us heforo going elsewhere
i STAMPING- DONE
tSTHrs. E. C. Howe's beautiful work in
Sopt - 17
A NEAT Cottage of Four
Kooms, Bath-room la
tho House, aud Out-houses,
near the Mormons Oluuol), now occu
pied by Mr. Vogcl. Apply to Mr.
Vogel, at Hoffschlaeger & Co.'s. 97 tf
AN" Unfurnished Cottago of
about tlirio rooms and
kitchen, bltuated hi a decent
local liy, Is wanted by a small family.
Apply In writing to "No. 2," Bum.ktin
HOUSE on Beretania street
lately occupied by Z. K.
Myers, Kiq. Kor further par
ticulars inquire of
ANKW Cottago of 3 Large
lioniuu ami Kitchen, pa-
pared and palmed, and thu
atcil maiika ot Punchbowl Uieet over
loolflng thu head of Emma meet. Tills
building Is placed on leasehold lunil
tho Una liaviiit; several yiltrs to run.
Will he sold cho ip for oa-h. Apply lo
.1. E. BROW!
.u a rpHE More of the late Man.
VWSS X Vicente, Jr. at Kalua.
UBEfiHfi mil, Mukuwao, Maul, includ.
ing all merchandise on liaml, lifestock,
etc. Lease of the premises Ins about 4
jears to run. l'or fur her paitlculara
liupilre of S. l OliilliHgworth, Ktq.,
J. P. HAOKFELD,
AdininUtrator of the Estate of Man.
Vicente, Jr., decoi6cil.
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1688. 109 4t
HOUSE to LET.
HE House and Promises
lately occupied by w. o.
Luce, Kei., situate on Union
street and Adams Lauo. The llouso
contains parlor, tl bedrooms, 2 dressing
rooms, hallway, dining room, pantry and
kitchen. There Is also a Cottage In the
grounds with !i morn?, stable, carriage
huuso and scrvunt's room, The pl&oe is
in perfect order. Possession given at
onco. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
87 tf No. 27 Mcrclmut street.
THEDAILY BULLETIN l'ye
evonlng paper. 60 cents per month.
-ogcs.New Goods !
Point Laces ou exhibition hero
HAS removed his residence to the
" Dudoit House," King street,
where he mey be found at night from
9:30r. m. to 6:3C A. u. Mutual Tele.
phone No. 174. 103 lw
PONY FOR SALE.
SUITABLE for a
child. New re
versible Child's saddle
- with bridle. All com.
Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
STRAYED or STOLEN
FROM the Government
Stables a Black Re.
trlever Slut Pup. A suit,
able rewaid will bo given
to any person returning
said Pup to JAS. COLLINS,
107 tf At tho Government Stables.
For Sale Valuable Taro
LAND off Lillha street, dU
rcctly In tho rerof-J.
11. Black and Clark premises,
consisting of building lot ana
three, large taro patches, area
about 1 M acres. Thero it a leaie upon
this land which has three years more t
run, at an auutial rental of $100, paya
ble semi-annually in adrance on the lit
day of July and January. Lessees pay
taxes and water rates. This property
was formerly owned by Keonl Kapu.
Yluoyurd street when extendei will,
after crossing LIHha street, rua along
tho makal side of this property giving
ll a frontage ou tho street. Thla pro
perty is now reached by a lana runulng
from tho Evra Bide of Lillha ktreet.
Tltlo perfect. For further partlnulai
enquire of J. M, MONSARRATs
''piIK undersigned having been duly
X appointed administrator of tho ,
Estate of Manuel Vicente, Jr., late-ot,
Makawao, deceased, notlcu is hereby
given to all persons lo present tkelr
claims against the estate of said Manuel
Vlcsnlo, Jr., duly authenticated, whether
secureu uy mortgage or otuerwiBe, to
the undersigned at the office of H. Hack,
fold & Co., Honolulu, within six months'
from the dato hereof, or they will bo
forever barred) aud all persons Indebted
to said estate are lcreby requested to
make Immediato payment.
. J, F. HAOKFELD,
Administrator of tho Estato of Manuel
Vicente, Jr., deceased.
Honolulu, Not. 21, 1833. 103 4tow
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