Newspaper Page Text
.. 1 i I t ; f f v 4: DilLY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 10, 1891. x i"? ' i! !!' -V J! 1:?" . Vi 8- i 4-: J3g lutl)oritti Teachers' Examination. iAny person desirous of employment un der the Board of Education can be ex amined by the Inspector-ueneral on ap plication to him when on tour. Examina tions will be held in Honolulu, July 13th and 11th. ALATAU T. ATKINSON, Inspector-General ot Schools. Office of the Board of Education, Honolulu, June 9, 1891. 2767 1379-3t Notice to Public Schools. The regular annual examinations,and re views of. classes in the Public Day Schools throughout the Kingdom, will be held this year, during the week that will end on FRIDAY, the 17ih of July next; and the Summer vacation of all Public School?. will extend from that date, to MONDAY, the 7th of September next, on which date a new term will begin. No Public School conventions will be held this year. By order of the Board of Education. W. J A3. SMITH, Secretary. Education Office, June 8, 1891. 275 1378-3t Department or Finance. ) Honolulu, H. 1., Jane 4, 1891.) Notice is hereby given to Depositors in the Postal Savings Bank that on and after July 1, 1891, the following rates of interest will be established : Per cent. On Deposits not exceeding $500 4 On Deposits above $500 to $2000 .4 On Deposits exceeding $2000 Zi Under the Act approved August 6, 1890, Depositors can transfer their deposits not exceeding $2500 to the Treasury, receiving in place of Postal Savings Pass Books, uovernment Bonds, bearing interest at Five per cent., payable in not less than Five or more than ten years from date ol issue. The Bonds are free from all Gov i eminent Taxes, and the interest payable semiannually. II . A. WIDEMANN, 2782-22t Minister of Finance. THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER Hippolyte. Forty of the leaders were shot and the Department of the West was on the verge of an uprising which j was likely to overthrow Hippolyte. It is reported from Washington that the Esmeralda was allowed to take in 250 tons of coal at Acapulco and sailed for the South immediately after.' Dispatches from Iquique May 26 re port that the recognition by Bolivia of the Iauiaue iunto as billisierants was MM m formally proclaimed on that day. An other disDatch dated London May 29 states that by cable from Santiago, Chile, the German and British ministers have again offered to mediate, but that Bal- maceda has rejected the proposition. He stated that the subjection of the re bels was but a question of a short time. The insurgents threaten to bombard Valparaiso, and it is believed that the neutral powers will intervene to prevent this. The State Department at Washing ton has bad no official information of the intended bombardment and will not "intervene" but would join in an ener getic protest. The sensational trial arising out of the "Baccarat scandal" came up on June 1st before Lord Justice Coleridge and a special jury. The Solicitor General Sir Ed. Clarke opened the case for the plaintiff and Sir Charles Russell ap peared for the defendants. After hear ing a considerable amount of testimony for the plaintiff the court adjourned. I The Prince of Wales was present throughout the proceedings. The under Secretary of Foreign Af fairs referring to the warning ot a French naval officer at St. Pierre forbid ding bait to be sold to American fisher men said it did not appear to be an infraction of the treaty of 1818 with the United States, but constitutes an inter ference with the rights of British sub- ects, and is an assumption of jurisdic tion inconsistent with the rights of the British crown. Therefore the Govern ment has brought the matter to the attention of France. The Czar and Czarina and Grand Duches3 Zenea arrived at Moscow on May 20th. The discovery of four large boxes of dynamite in the customs de partment of the French exhibition occa sioned the delay of the royal party. 2Cfm LtDfrtisttiunts. 3Tcdj ttDtrti!5cntfnts. Slmiton Sales. SUNDAY SCHOO L PICNIC Valuable Real BY JAS. F. MO 11 AN OF THE Central Union Church FOR SALE AT AUCTION. n i j it male mam m AT THE Residence of J. T. Waterhouse, Jr., WYLIE STREET. By order of the be sold Supreme Court, will For Sale at Auction Teachers and Scholars are requested to be at the Central Union Church from 8 to 10 a. M THURSDAY, June llth. Cars leave every 20 minutes, be ginning at 8 o'clock. Special conveyance for children under 10 years or age to ana from the grounds. Special relief Cars will leave from 3 to 5 p. h. On Wednesday, June 10 AX 12 o'clock Noon, At the Front Entrance of Aliiolani Hale the following VALUABLE LOTS! By order of 2787-lt THE COMMITTEE. Oaha Railway and Land Co. June llth! Excursion Rates for That Day: BELONGING TO BUCKLE ESTATE: 1 Lot on Union street, makai of the Catholic Church premises, recently oc cupied by F. Hipitins, and containing 2724 square feet, being specially desira ble for business site . 2 Two Lota at Pawaa, on Waikiki road, between residence of Col. Jas. II. Boyd, and land of Mr. C. A. Brown, containing about 7-10 Acre each, with frontage on Waikiki road of about 108 feet each. gJFFor further particulars, apply to J. P. BROWN, 2776-td At Govt. Survey Office. I have received instructions to sell at Pub lic Auction, at my Salesroom on Queen Street, ON MONDAY, JUNE 29th, -A.T 13 NOON, 36 Unrivaled Residence Lois AT KALIHI, About a quarter of a mile beyond the Kb- mehameba school. lne lots are an staked out as per the following diagram: KINO STREET. 2ktm Sttmcrtiscmtnts. PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., I'd., Fort Street, Honolnli 16 IT Ewa Plantation and Return Pearl City and Return : ; 75C : 50c TRAINS LEAVE HONOLULU 6:15 A. M., 8:45 A. m., and 1:45 p. m. 2786-lt W. G. ASHLEY. Saperintendent. GRAM) INDOOR ATHLETIC EXHIBITION ! T 0 0 T H 15 14 13 13 11 10 GIVEN BY THE LATEST FOREIGN SEWS. Honolulu athletic association es S 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 87 28 29 30 MECHANICS FINE TOOLS JUST RECEIVED Ice Chests and Refrigerators, The favorite paterns ; a large assortment, o jJ?t Booms - Mclnerny Hall 25,000 feet New Picture Mouldings,' latest styles. A New Invoice of ARTOT PES, ETCHINGS, PHOTOGRAVURE8, Etc., Etc. Windsor & Newton's Colors, Brushes, & Artists' Materials LUBRICATING- OILS! EPT VACUUM OILS A SPECIALTY mCQ Fence Wire of Superior Quality ; Galvanized and Plain Fence Staples. PLOWS, HARROWS, SSfcTOMS A new invoice of Planet, Jr. Cultivators, and Horse Hoes. MANILA and SISAL ROPE, HIGH TEST KtKUStWh uil, yiULUKK WINDMILLS, HOUSE UKmsmru wuwis, iaairo, CHANDELIERS, LANTERNS. Lawn Mowers, Stoves, Tin Ware. Agents for the Best Brands of RUBBER 79-q M i JrShJ. 31 32 33 34 36 30 BECKLEY STREET. AT THI Be Jnat and fear not; Let all the ends thou alm'at at be Thy Country', thy God's, and Truth's. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1891. lus impunity generally granted in sheer contempt to insignificance may be claimed too often, and over too wide a field of offence. A paper which five m m . m m umes a wee put tortn a page ot scur rilous slander to gratify the morbid ap petite of its readers, grows to be an offence to the public. When in addition to this, its columns are made up of filthy innuedo, dirty " double entendre," noi some novelette, the whole interspersed with copious quotations from Scripture, and sprinkled with various forms of profanity, it is a scandal to society that such a thing be able to maintain its nasty existence; tnat a tning that spares neither age nor sex, neither position nor reputation, which cannot refer to the society 01 a iriendly capital or a scien tific essay in our own, without playing the Yahoo, can still pick up a living. '1 his character was thus foredrawn two hundred years ago : " Whether in florid impotence he speaks And as the prompter breathes the puppet sqaeans, Or at the public ear, familiar toad .Half froth, half venom, spits himself abroad. In puns, or politics, or tales or lies, Or siiite, or smut, or rhymes, or blas phemies. 1 - . . .now nign, now low. now that thing up, now mis. And he himself one vile antithesis." THE FOREIGN NEWS. The Zealand ia on Tuesday brought only a small mail of five days later with San Francisco newspapers to June 2d. Correspondence between Mr.BIaine and the British Minister at Washington is published, the upshot of which appears to be that on June 1st, in the House of Commons, the Chancellor of the Ex chequer moved the second reading of the bill for a close season in the Behring Sea. He said " the Government was endeavoring to arrive at a friendly con elusion with a kindred power." The bill passed a second reading. A fire broke out in Brooklyn at 2 o'clock in the morning of June 2d .and at the latest reports the loss had reached an estimated sum of $2,000,000. Another fire at Los Angeles consumed the "Unity Church and several blocks of buildings, loss estimated at $100,000." The following bulletin was issued at- noon June 1st from Ottawa : " A close examination of Sir John Macdonald this morning revealed an unmistakeable lowering of the vital forces. Conscious ness still remains and he suffers no pain." Russell Harrison in answer to a ques tion, said on May 31 : "I was asked if my father would be a candidate. I replied that, as far as he is concerned personally, I did not think he would enter the race. If the people demand it that is a different thing." Mr. and Mrs. Blaine arrived at Boston on the 1st June. Blaine looked feeble and was escorted to his carriage. He was driven to a hotel where he re mains oue day and then leaves for Bar Harbor. Rumors of an attempted revolution on Hayti are confirmed. The revolutionists were put down with great trouble by Ottawa. May 31. Sir John Macdon- aid's condition is practically unchanged since last evening, except that his vital powers seem to be gradually weakening, Touching references to the dying Pre mier were made in all the churches, both Catholic and Protestant this morn ing. A crisis in political circles is immi nent. The Cabinet sat six hours yes- terdav, but, as if by arrangement, the lips of all the Ministers are sealed as to what was done at the meeting, bir Hector Langevan, as Senior Privy Coun cilor, will, in the event of Sir John's de mise, be summoned by the uovernor- General to assume charge of public affairs. But in view of the fact that grave charges of malfeasance in office are at present hanging over the head ot the Min ister of Public Works, he will naturally decline leaving the question of leader ship between Sir John Thompson and Sir Charles Tupper, Canadian High Commissioner in England. The Gov' ernment has already held an informal conference with the Minister of Justice, but the indications are that a large wing of the Conservative party will insist upon the selection of Sir Charles Tupper as the next Premier. Captain O'Farrall of the Robert and Minnie, the vessel that aided the Itata in getting supplies, nas Deeu released from custody at $5,000 bail. London, May 29. In the Commons to-day the bill prepared by the Govern ment prohib.tmg British subjects from catching seals in Behring Sea for a cer tain period was introduced. Ihe dura tion of time during which seals cannot be captured is not, however, given in the bill. The International Peace Congress now in session at Milan approves the proposi tion to refer the New Orleans lynching to the International Institute at Ghent for arbitration. It would be first necessary to determine what there is to arbitrate. Even Premier Rudini, since he got his second diplomatic wind, has admitted that it is purely a judicial question. In that case American Courts are compe tent to settle it without any arbitration New York, Mav 30. A letter was re- received at the Navy Department from Captain Remey of the Charleston, dated at Acapulco on May 17th, in which he gives an account of the Charleston's operations since she left San Francisco, He save that at San Diego be received an intimation that the Itata had gone westward to the Hawaiian Islands. He was inclined at first to follow that route, but on consideration found that it would be a wiser plan to come south and stop at Acapulco, when he could communi cate with the Department and have the Iroquois, which is at Honolulu, instruct ed to watch for and capture the Itata if she came to that port. It is now learned that the commanding officer of that ves sel has received instructions to that effect, but since there is no cable connec tion between San Francisco and Hono lulu the Itata could easily have put in there, coaled and started again before the Iroquois' commander received bis instructions. New York, June 1. Authentic news has been received here of another at temp'ed revolution in Hayti. The grow ing discontent against the rule of Presi dent Hippolyte broke out on May 28th in an open revolution in the capital. A Port-au-Prince cable dispatch sent to Minister Price, said: "The attempted revolution on May 2Sth at Port-au-Piinee failed, the rebels were executed and public order waR not disturbed. The Department of the West has been placed under martial law." Washington, May 2$. Doctor Soteldo, the Venezuelan Minister here, informs the Associated Press that dispatches re ceived to-day from reliable sources in Mexico state the Mexican Government ordered the insurgent Chilean cruiser Esmeralda to leave the harbor of Aca pulco. The commander of the vessel said he was willing to leave, but his ship had no sails and he could not depart without steam-power. The Government then allowed the Esmeralda to take enough coal to carry the order into effect. She received 250 tons, her or dinary consumption being fifty tons per day. The Esmeralda sailed on the 20th instant, immediately after receiving her coal allowance. OPERA HOUSE Jiine 20. 1891 -ON KJUIU1 UUi J XJ 1 VUJLUg) Consisting of Exercises on the HORIZONTAL BAB, VAULTING- HORSE, PARALLEL BARS and Living and Ladder Pyramids By members, and Club Swinging and Exercises on the Vaulting Horse Ij the Juvenile Class. OVER 40 PARTICIPANTS ! General Admis- Eeserved Seats, $100; sion, 50 cents. 9Box Plan at Ludwigsen & iron's Ice Cream Parlors, Hotel at. 27. 5-1 w Oceanic Steamship Company FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The A 1 steamship 66 ZEALANDIA " Will leave Honolulu tor the above port on Tuesday, : June 16th At IS o'clock noon, jEWFor Freight or Passage apply to WM. U IRWIN & CO., L d. R E M A R OAHU COLLEGE 1841 -:-JUBILEE -:-1891 Jas. !F Morgan, 2786-tf AUCTIONEER. Mm 2787-6t AGENTS. Stove Coal For Sale ! Ju9f Arrived ex Bktne. Quality Modoc, Best DE RTURE BAY CO.lL! For Sale in Lots to Suit, by INTER-ISLAND steam navigation co 29S4-1W QUEEN STREET. OAHU RAILWAY X: LAND CO. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS ! CONSIGNORS MUST FURNISH Shipping Receipts, in duplicate, at the time of delivery of goods, giving a correct list of articles, with marks, ad dress, weight, and destination of each consignment. The Original Receipt to be signed by the Agent of the Company; the Duplicate to be retained by him as authority for Fhippin the property. Proper forms of shipping receipts can be obtained from our Agents, or at the General Freight Office in Honolulu. JSThe above rule will take effect on and after June 15, 1891. W. G. ASHLEY, 2782- 1m Superintendent. SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN ' from the btates; has alwavs worked in a store, but is willing to do anything Ad dress " Work," this office. 2"36-2t TH5 ADVERTISER Is the Paper for X all classes; 50c. per month. The Completion of Fifty Years since the founding of the School at Funahou will be Celebrated as follows: On Thursday, June 25th, at 1:30 p.m., e For Sale at Auction ON MONDAY, JUNE Q9 AT 13 NOON, At my Salesroom. Queen Street, I will sell at Public Auction, The Students of Oahu College will give a L-avalry Exercise, tournament. Athlet ic Contests, and a Game of Foot Ball on the Campus. That Evening at 8 o'clock, Gen'l u. Armstrong will deliver an Oration tv aiauav vuuitu. I t j - . , , mc n y Being a division of the property formerly Mrs. B. F. Dilltngham will read a occupied as the Buckle Homestead. xroem on me occasion, ana were will be appropriate Music. SO s Valuable Residence Lot LILIHA STREET. Oa Friday, June 26th, at il a. m., g A Reception will be held in the Parlors of the Main Building. At 12 m. a Luau and Collation will be given to the Guests on the Grounds. This will be followed by an Historical Essay by Prof. W. D. Alexander, A.M., and Short Speeches by Alumni and others, interspersed with Singing by the Oahu College Glee Club. All present Pupils of the Punahou Preparatory School and Oahu College, all those who have attended he Schools at any time, whether graduate or not, and all parents, guardians, and relatives of such, and all friends of the Insti tution are cordially invited to be pre sent on all these occasions. No further invitations will be given. By order of THE COMMITTEE. N. B. The Stmr. Kinnn will A. lay sailing until 6 p. m.. on Fridav .Inn 26th, to accomodate those wishms to take passage 2779 1377-tf MULES TO ARRIVE 30 HEAD OF THE FINEST MULES ever landed here. To arrive bv the S. N. Castle, due about June 10th. 2781-6t J. N. WKIGHT. V o 1 11 v 13 14 228 15 211 16 179 17 189 18 207 KOAD S s s ej S -4 1 103 s 102 8 106 -i 113 6 121 ; 129 - 187 ! 8 U6 8 145 10 166 The property has been subdivided into convenient Residence Lots.with an avenue 25 feet wide leadin from Liliha street and running through the place. An examination ot this property will convince intending purchasers of the de sirableness of these lots. A map of the property can be seen at my Salesroom. CFor further particulars apply to A. J. Cartwright, or to Jas. F. Morgan, 27S6-tf AUCTIONEER. Tug For Sale. THE IRON TUG ALICE of Hilo, is offered for sale cheap. She is in good order, and will be delivered in Ho- necessarv. Anv one wanting information, inquue-at the VOLCANO STABLES, 2731-lm Hilo, Hawaii. nolulu if The Summer won The lots have been laid out and divided in such a manner and size as to bring them within the reach of all who desire a home of their own within convenient distance from the business centre of the citv. - The location and general advantages of these lots are unequaled by any property ot tne Kind onereu in this city tor years. Situated at the mouth ot Kalihi Vallev. at a good elevation, pure air and healthful conditions are assured. All these lots front on Kaili Avenue 55 feet wide, running through the place con necting King and Becklev streets, and being the widest street in the suburbs of Honolulu. ihe lots are situated at less than 3 min utes' walk from the terminus of the King Btreet I rani Cars. WATER The plans are perfected, apd it is now the intention of the Government to lay an 8 inch water main along the line of King street from the foot of Liliha street to the road passing the Kalihi churches, from which extension water is expected to be available within 8 months. rcr ine present, water tor domestic pur poses can be obtained from Kamehameha School premises. TERMS ONE HALF CASH. Balance in one year at 9 per cent, secured by mort gage. srA large map of the property can be seen at my salesroom, Queen street, where all desired information can be given. BUHACH! The Freshest Powder ! The largest Cans! v The Cheapest Place to Buy! The Sole Agents for the Genuine Buhacli! V. BENSON, SMITH & Co. 113 and 115 Fort Street. 2651-q JOHN ISTOTT, -IMPORTER AND DEALER I3ST- I CCD-CD 02 ip"" t - (i ifr I o ' 1 I Steel and Iron Banges, Stoves and Fixtures, HOUSEKEEPING GOODS AND KITCHEN UTENSILS, AGATE WARE IN GREAT VAKIKTY, White, Gray &nd Silver-plated. LAMPS A.NTD FIXTUEE81 i RUBBER HOSE, j LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS. WATER CLOSETS, METALS, Plumbers' Stock, Water and Soil Pipes. Plumbing, Tin, Copper an! Sheet Iron Work. Y DIMONO BLOCK, 95 aad 97 1356-2651-q Kim STREET. IB. IT. Ehlers fc Co. 99 FORT STREET. The attention of Ladies is respectfully invited to our complete and elegant line of NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED! New Silks, New Sateens, New Gloves, NEW LACES, NEW TRIMMINGS, NEW PARASOLS, NEW EMBROIDERIES, NEW CURTAINS. NEW PINEAPPLE TISSUE, LADIES', CHILDREN'S and INFANT'S WEAR. Our immensa RfrvV prices cannot be equalled 1 J 2651-q The Weekly Gazette and Daily Advertiser!') ! ARE THE LEADING JOURNALS OF HONOLULU. Arl AH Ar Kb Hal Uu w O : Ho! MH MM lan Anl MM he AO Da J Ja ere I Cat! Ll.l Mrl A Ma Wi bet kai JJ V Mr Koi Cei Kai Oil, kai pan Jun 1 feril tag- TuJ kerJ 15 H 83 I TI rivi and I son On. I ami! leitl A I 13 V An Vivl tiv bar I 1. 1 I Ca suel 5, bar Su tin cbaj barf ne Ac). for grar on Koi Ha' Mei Kil H. Hal Pai H Li hi the Hit lau etaj lOH'l fire racl . - . . ...... - - . . '