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for Spring Summer Clothing,
Bargains in Embroideries,
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TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1888.
B S Australia from San FraucUco
Schr llnleakula from Pope koo
Schr Wnluiulu from lloiioinu
May 29 . , , , , ,
Stmr Mkcllko for Knliiilul anil Mnul
Btmr Klnati for llllo ami way potts all
Btmr Mlkahata for Kauai at. 5 p m
Stmr O It lilshop for Lahalna at 3 p m
Btmr Walaleale for Kauai at 5 p in
Schr Canute for Kuan
Bktno Amelia for Ban Fitinclco
VESSELS LEAVIHG TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalanl for l.ahalna and Ilumakua
Stmr .las Mukcc for Kapai iitfi p in
Ilk 'L'hos Hell for San Francisco
From San Francisco,' per S S Austra
lia, May iD Oeo O Williams and wife,
Mn E O Smith ami daughter, A Caio,
"W" II Uallov, K V Peterson ami wife, .T
Mott Smith, Mrs 1) 0 Peterson, 0 G
Cimaurlis, Miss Tlllle Ecgcra, Miss
LUllo Egger, .1 Kook, F F Pates, Miss
Daisy Kerr, It Moore., Miss E Davidson,
Mrs E E Fayreweatho and family, Mrs
M A Itocko, J V Panics, Mrs S Levy, It
Haro find wife, J A Wilder, Miss II K
"Wilder, Miss O Musgrano, Miss May
Cummins, Mi's Ida Mersbcrg, A M
Ilowett, W Wright and wife, G- V est,
Sidney Dlukcnson and wife, and 29
Tho schooner Jennie Walker, is dock
ed at tho Old Custom House whaif.
taking hi stores pruparatoty to sailing
for the South Sea Islands on a copra
trading voyage for six or more months,
for her owners.
The S S Australia left San Francisco
Mav 22nd. at 2 p in, light to moderate
N W winds, smooth cn and fine weather
until 25th. At noon 2."ith, tho wind sud
denly veered toS E indenting towards
midnight to a moderate gale accom
panied by heavy rain and iitlent squals,
- again veering to S W, at noon 2Cth and
blowing a strong stoily bice.o with
rough head sea and swell, hist 21 hours,
strong westerly bieezc, binall sea and
long 'lic.ivy swell. Arrived Honolulu
May 29th. 82 tons freight and 77 pas
senger. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fnusii oysters by the Australia, at
the Boaver Saloon.
Strong's latest painting, Diamond
Head, is on view at King Bros.'
Tun Criterion has received a sup
ply of Philadelphia Ucer by the Aus
tralia. A letter from Kapaa says that
preparations arc being made there to
produce salt on a large scale.
Members of Engino Co. No. 2 arc
requested to read the notice of their
forman, C. J. McCarthy.
The 252 Chinamen who came by
the S. S. City of Pekin from Hong
kong, on May 12th, were released
iroin quarantine to-day.
Mb. Jas. F. Morgan will sell on
Monday, June '1th, city property on
Merchant htreet, and also four desir
able lots at Kapiolani Puik.
Sam Katnaka, shipping man for
"Wildor'sS.S. Co., found a gold pencil
case the other day, and will return it
to the loser on proof of ownership.
Next Thuisday evening Mr. S. P.
Simond and Miss Nettie Tregloan
will be united in marriage, by Kcv.
Mr. Bcckwith, at tho residence of the
The Legislature began this after
noon's seshion at 2 o'clock. Mr. S.
G. Wilder was elected President; U
votes were east, Mr. Wilder receiving
43 and Mr. W. It. Castle 1.
It is rumored around town that tho
"Gazctto" nine anticipate challeng
ing tho Bui.m'.tin nine to a match
gamo of baseball. If such is their
intention as no doubt it iB, the Bul
letin boys will gladly accept tho
challenge. Pies !
The purser of tho old Kilauca
wishes to state that tho 500 bags of
potatoes and corn that came from
Makcna by tho Kitiati on Sunday,
wero not tho largest shipment over
taken from that place. The purser
says that when the Ulupalakua Su
gar Plantation was running over
1,000 bags of potatoes and U.000 bags
of sugar wero taken on boaid tho old
Kilauea in one night.
THE LUSO HAWAIIANO.
With last Saturday's issue of tho
"Luso Ilawaiiuno" Mr. A. Marques
withdrew from tho management of
that paper,, in anticipation of a con
templated trip abroad.
The "Luso" will be carried on as
heretofore by a Portuguese com
pany, with Mr. P. A. Dins as man
The shareholders compriso the
most intelligent portion of tho Por
tuguese community and proposo to
conduct the paper on liberal lines,
for tho benefit of their countrymen
Austria is hurrvinir troops to tho
William T. Coleman & Co. of
San Francisco, have failed for S2,
000,000. Tho first credit of JE2,GOO,000 for
national defence of Qicat Britain
will bo followed by others.
Blaine, who is still in Kurope, is
saicl to be in excellent health.
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Co. D Honolulu Rillcs linvo in
spectlou niul drill, Ht 7:30 o'clock.
Excelsior Lodge I. 0.0. F. meets
in its hall, Fort street, at 7:80
ZILVEREN KRUIS ITEMS.
Mr. Futimin, U. S. Consul-Gcne-ral
paid nti olllcial visit to the Dutch
Ship Zilveren Kiuis, yesterday.
An informal reception and dance
were hold on board tho Zilveren
Ivruis this afternoon.
His Majesty the King will visit
the Zilveren Knits at 11 o'clock
a. m. to-morrow.
The Zilveren Kiuis will sail for
Japan on Thursday.
The band concert at Emma
Square last night was largely at
tended. Tho music was delightful,
especially tho singing by the baud
boys. Groups of pedestrians roam
ed attltctr own sweet will around tho
square; others were seated under
shade trees ; and still others were
on horseback and in carriages, en
joying the sweet strains of music
from the band.
This brilliant assemblage, to
gether with the strong but soft light
from the electric lights, lent an en
chantment to and transformed the
square into a veritable fairy bower,
in which one might enter and leave
dull care behind.
The following is the King's
speech delivered by tho Chancellor
of the Kingdom, Chief Justice Judd,
at the prorogation of the Legisla
ture yesterday :
Nobles and Representatives : Hav
ing closed your work of tho extra
ordinary session of the Legislature
of 1887, let ine congratulate you
upon the final termination of. j'our
The economical measures and
changes which you have carried into
effect at this session have thus far
produced, and will no doubt con
tinue to be productive of good re
sults. I hereby declare the extraordin
ary session of the Legislature con
vened November 3, 1887, prorogued.
The two additional )a3-s to the
Cathedral of St. Andrew's having
been completed and being ready for
occupancy, the congregations wor
shipping there ptopose to have a
a union service on Sunday next. The
second congregation has invited the
other congi cgation to participate in
the morning services, commencing at
a quarter past 11, "and in the evening
services, commencing at 7 o'clock,
the two congregations will combine.
The day's offet lories will be devoted
to the Cathedral Building Fund.
Tho interior of the building, as well
as the exterior, now presents an im
posing appearance. The architec
tural construction is the subject of
admiration of all whohave visited
the churchyard to see the building.
A special meeting of the Board of
Delegates was held on Saturday eve
ning, at which a good number of the
members were, present, besides other
firemen not members of the Board.
The occasion of the meeting was
the reading of the Chief Engineer's
report, to be submitted to the Min
ister of Interior, to bo embodied in
the Ministerial report to the Legis
lature. Tho report, besides contain
ing an estimate of. the department
requisition for tho biennial period,
calls attention to the dilapidated
condition of tho Bell Tower, also
the need for now engino houses in
the room of the old ones which
stand on leased property, tho leases
of most of which have expired.
Tho only real estate owned by
government is the lot on King street
occupied by the house of Engine
Company No. 1. Over SJ.000 have
been annually paid for rent alone of
the department houses, besides keep
ing them in repair, and now that the
leases have run out, tho owners have
notified the department of increased
rental, in some cases doubling the
Tho question was therefore sub
mitted at tho meeting, would it. bo
wiso to renew leases at increased
rental and put up now buildings or
repair old ones on property not be
longing to tho Government. Tho
remark wus made that somo 8-10,000
wortlt of inochincs and firo appar
atus belonging to the government
was stored in comparatively old and
imflainmablo rookeries. Tho mem
bers cxpi eased tho hopo that Gov
ernment will seriously consider this
matter, and see to it that a liberal
appropriation is voted on that score.
Reference in tho report is also
mado to some desired changes in
llio firo department laws. It was
thought that the firo marshal did not
have tho jurisdiction desired, and it
was proposed that instead of an
nually tho election of engineers take
place biennially. This being a
statutory provision, the change is
only recommended. Another point
discussed at tho meeting was that
active firemen bo exempt from jury
duly. After a general discussion
for tho good of the department, the
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
most popular paper published,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
c a. r. memorial services.
The George W. DcLong Post will
conduct. Memorial services at the
Nuuanu cemetery on Wednesday the
A committee of tho Post will bo
present at the Post room at and after
9 o'clock a. m., to receive ilowers
from friends willing to assist by
lloral contributions. If any one
willing to contiluuto may flud it in
convenieut'to deliver them, a mes
senger will be sent fiotn tho Post
at once, on telephoning to the
Post room Mutual, No. 293 ; Bell,
outwit op i'itocr.ssioN.
The marines and blue-jackets of
of the U. S. Ilasship Vondolia and
the Honolulu Kitlos, will form an
escort of honor.
The line will form on the makai
sido of King street, with the right
resting at the Post room, facing
mauka in the following order : Ituyul
Hawaiian Band, on the right; U. S.
maiines and blue-jackets, Honolulu
Hilles, and Geo. W. DcLong Post,
G. A. 11.
Olllcers, soldiers and sailors of
the army and navy not under arms,
and ex-olllcers, soldiers and sailors,
will join and march with the Post,
forming in the Post room before
Position should bo taken by 2 :lo ;
inarch off will sound at II o'clock.
The column will move lrom the
right and will march to the left (in
platoons, when the width of the
streets will permit), pieccded by
the band, and followed by the Post.
The route will bo via King to Fort
street, thence to Beretania, and
along Beretania to Nuuanu.
'lhe column will be halted and
take the slow march with arms re
versed, on approaching the ceme
tery. Duiinglhe exercises at the
cemetery the troops will stand at
parade test; except during the firing
of the salute, when those not so en
gaged will present aims.
The positions of corps at the grave
will bo directed by the Post Com
mander. The formal exercises will
be conducted according to the G. A.
R. ritual, Lieut- Rittenhouse of the
Vaudalia delivering tltc oration of
the day, and Prof. Berger conduc
ting the musical exercises.
The salute at the grave will bo
fired by the U. S. marines, after
which the troops may be temporarily
dismissed while members and friends
of the Post decorate the graves of
Details will be made by the Post
Adjutant to decorate the graves of
those interred elsewhere than in the
G. A. R. burial plot.
Line will form for the return
march with tho right opposite the
cemetery facing F.waward in tho
same order as at the Post room, and
will move in succession fiom right
to left, returning by same ionic,
and forming on the old position in
front of the Post room, where the
parade will be dismissed.
fiiist day May 20th.
OfExixG or thi: legislatuke.
Exactly at 12 o'clock the Hawai
ian Hag llyijig from the top of the
palace was hauled down, the shore
battery and the warships opened a
salute of twenty-one guns each, and
the King and attendants left the
The Household Guards, 38 in
number, wete divided and drawn
up on both sides of tho entrance to
the Government building. The
Hawaiian band was stationed at the
entrance. As the King and Queen
and attendants arrived, tho guards
presented arms, while the band
played the National Anthem.
The grounds in front of the Gov
ernment House were packed with
people, mostly natives.
Long before tho hour announced
for the opening of the Legislature,
the large legislative hall, or that
part of it not reserved was filled
witli tho general public. The left of
the hall was occupied by the Diplo
matic Corps, and olllcers of the
men-of-war, the centra and front of
tho hall by members of the Legis
lature, and the right of the hall by
ladles in waiting, Judges of tho
Supremo Court, and the Ministers.
Promptly at 12 noon tho King,
Queen, Fiiuccss Lilitiokalani and
Princess Kaiiilnni, Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn, Gov. Dominis and Majors
Corn well, Holt and Boyd, entered
the hall, and took places assigned
them ; the King, Queen, Princesses
Liliuukalani and Kaiulani occupied
scats on the diaz. Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh opened the proceedings
witli prayer in Hawaiian, after
which the' King read tho following
speech in Hawaiian and English:
NOIILES AN!) RmUtKSENTATIVES I
You meet to-day in regular session
in accordance with tho Constitution,
to enact laws for the wclfaro of the
.My relations with foreign Powers
continue of llio most friendly char
My Ministers will propose certain
legislation concerning the Patent
Laws, domestic and foreign ; to limit
the time within which Chiucso re
turn passports may bo used; to
cany out more effectually tho laws
relating to homesteads, and also
those relating to the -Postal Savlugs
New Shades In Dress Goods,
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Bank ; to provide for the utilization
of the surplus deposits of tho Sav
ings Bank and of tho unused por
tion of tho loan authorized by tho
Legislature of 188C, in carrying out
certain public improvements, and
concerning other matters which will
promote tho national welfare.
I would recommend to your con
sideration in connection with the
Appropriation Bill, u policy of
liberal expenditure for internal im
piovcmeuts and tho development of
the industries of the Kingdom.
Tho reports from tho different de
partments of the 'Government will
inform you respecting the condition
of the Kingdom, and of the Reve
nues and Expenditures during the
past biennial period, and they will
also present detailed estimates of
the ptobablc receipts, and the pro
posed expenditures during the pre
I express My confidenco that yon
will be careful to see that tho Ap
propriation Bill which you may
pass shall limit the expenditure for
the ordinary purposes of the Gov
ernment to the amount of probable
receipts from regular revenues.
Nobles antl Jlcprescnla lives, pray
ing that the Almighty God may as
sist you in your deliberations, 1 now
declare the Legislature of tho King
After the opening, the clerk of
the last session called the House to
order, and said it was in order to
elect a chairman pro tern. Hon. IT.
A. Widcinatm was unanimously
elected to the position. After which
tho House adjourned until 2 p. m.
Late Foreign lis.
The Australia arrived at about 2
o'clock this after, too late to allow
of our making anything but a very
brief summarj' of foreign news, as
The Emperor of Germany contin
ues to make excellent progress. On
the 21st inst. he communicated with
Dr. Mackenzie by word of mouth.
The New Zealand House of As
sembly has passed an Auti-Chineso
Deaths and considerable distress
have been caused by overllows of tho
Great military preparations are
being made in Russia.
General Boulanger expresses him
self gratified with the reception he
had received in his tour through
portions of France.
There is a rising among the peo
ple in Houmama.
Editor Bulletin: The death of
a gentleman was reported by the
"great" P. C. A. as having been
caused "through the cessation of
the beating of the heart." I would
like to ask the P. C. A. if this dis
ease is rare or otherwise. In my
own long and varied existence
which dates back to the acquaint
anceship of the founder of Honolulu
and the P. C. A.. I have never seen
a dead person whose heart did not
beat. Hold ! I am wrong. The
profound admiration for the omni
lio, omniforra, omnipercipent, om
niscient and omnipotent erudition of
our neighbor has paralizcd lily mem
ory. In 1024, A. D., there was an edi
tor of the P. C. A. who suffered
from death and whoso seat of sensi
bilitics, affections and understand
ing hail stopped short, never to go
again. But this, people said, was a
rare occurrence. I forget how long
after death set in this rare cir
cumstance took place. The time it
is said varies.
Hearts will beat after death and
editors beat most anything. The
world moves. Rii' Van Winkle..
Is Rip Van Winkle sure lie has
made no mistake? Would he be far
wrong in substituting D. B. for P.
C. A.? En.
SUGAR PLANT !
FOR $3m SALE
wvi i if CT'"jl
Tho Entire Plant of tho
Is ollured For Salo. Tho Machinery
is in perfect working order
nnd consist of
Ono 26x48 Mill with Engino,
Trath-carrior, Etc., complcto,
1 Pair ol Boilers 6x20,
1 Doublo Effect G and 7 foet Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan G fcot with Blnko Pump,
3 Weston Centrifugals and Engino,
Together with the tuuul assortment of
Glariflers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery usually found
In a well appointed mill.
Also, a number of
California iS Island Mules,
Cano Carts & doii'l I'luiilaiion
Delivery will be given after next crop
has been harvested, say ubout July 1,
tsyFor further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Kohala, Hawaii.
Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Bosses,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
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MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have Just received ox Australia
another lot of that " PHILADELPHIA.
LAGBIt BEER" in kegj, which they
aro offering to their customers. 55 lw
APRICOTS, Cherries, Peaches,
Gooseberries, and a largo assort
ment of len house good arrived by the
Australia for tho California Fruit
Market. 55 St
APRICOTS, Cherries, Peaches,
Gooseberries, and a Inrge con
Blgnmcnt of ice housa goods nrrived by
the Australia for the San FrancNco
Fruit Depot, Fort street. 55 lit
DO NOT Ml to call for your Uobton
Cream Cuius and ChocohUc Kc.
lairs to-morrow nt the "Elite."
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
I7INEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL forma Port, Madeira and Malagn,
for sale in kecs and caea by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of tho finest Homo-Mule
French and Plain Candies, tho most
Delicious Ice Crciuns, or Fancy and
Plain Ciilc, call at tho Pioneer Htcnin
Candy Factory, lijkciy nnrl Ico Cronm
Parlors, established 1803, Hotel, oppo.
site Bethel street. F. Houn, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orna
mentor. P. S. The only place where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 10 tf
C1LEAN RAGS ami second hand
' clothing will bo gratefully rccclv
cd for the uso of tho inmates of the
Branch llospitnl for Lepers at Kaknako,
or at tho Leper Settlment on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Wutcrhousc, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
A SITUATION as assistant in a
family, by a lady recently arrived
from tho Co ist. Accustomed to sewing
and housework. Apnlv to
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
"1 3t 23 Merchant Street.
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Hawa'n Jockey Club,
toe 11, 1
Races to Commonco at 10 o'clock Sharp.
Ist-QUEEN'S PLATE, $100.
Free for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP, $100 added.
KUNNIXG KACE-1 ililo Dash.
For Hawaiian hied horses owned
by members of the Jockey Club.
Cup to become tho property of tho
ono winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE, $75.
TKC-rriXG and PACING KACE
For Hawaiian bred horhos only to
harness Mile Heats, best 2 in 3.
4th-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, $100.
KUNNIXG KACE 11 Milo Dash.
Fieo for all. If but one stalls to
heat 2 :50.
5lh-KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE, $150.
TROTTING and PACING KACE
JIllc Heats, best 3 In 0." Free for
all. All horses having a rccoulof
2:30 or better to jjo to wagon.
Gth-HONOLULU PLATE, $75.
KUNNIXG KACE-1 Mile Dash.
Open to all 3-ycar old Hawaiian
bred hones only.
CHALLENGE CUP, $100
RUNNING KAOK 1 Mile Dash.
Free for all. Winner to heat the re
cord of Anglo A," 1 ;-t.ri. To ho
run for annually.
8th HAWAIIAN HOTEL
KUNNIXG KACE-4 Mile Heats,
host ii in !I. Hawaiian hied lion-cs.
Gup to become the piopcrly of tho
winner two con&ecutho yearn.
Olh-JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
SWKIU'STAKKS of 823 TKO'lTING
aud FACING KACK-illlo Heats,
best 2 hi a. Free for all lioies that
lmvo not a record of :t minutes or
better to bo driven in Fra.Icr load
carta by members of the Club.
10th LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE, $75.
KUNN1NG KAOK-? Mile Dash.
Free for all.
11th PONY RACE, $75.
Open to nil ponies 14-hands
under, aud it-year old or over,
All entries to close at 12 o'clock noon,
on WEDNESDAY, June Ctli, 188rt, at
the olllco of tho Secretary, and all en
trance fecri to ho 10 per cent, unless
otherwise bpcellled. All races to ho
run or trotted under tho lilies of the
Hawaiian Jockey Club.
HSf Kulcs legimlhu; entries and
starting are biispcndcd In raced against
Admission.,., SO cents cacli
To Grand Stand, extra.. SO cents and $1
Carriages lnuhle of Course... $U 50 each
Quarter Stretch Badges 85 00 each
O. O. BEKGEIt,
Secretary, 11, J, O,
IF YOU FINP ANYTHING,
I X advertise it in tho Daily Uullutim
BEf3 J Ec3 3 E?& P H21
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Our Entire Stock of Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish and Torchong Laces will be
sold at an Immense Reduction. Ladies are
invited to call and learn our prices.
Received by last steamer a large assort
ment of Oriental and Embroided Flouncing
which we offer at Bed Rock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas Cloth, hi Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
Arc receiving by every incoming- steamer from San
Mom, Cliairs, Pianos, Mm, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby Carriages,
.Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods ! Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES IaST
ilPI-AJVO and FUK-NITURE
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES. CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
FOR SALE AT
G. WEST & CQ.'S, 105 Fort Street,
mh 87 HOjVOUUJLiTJ.J iy
to the Ladies !
!ew Ooods !