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Tho Aroado-EGAN & CO.
Leader of Low Prices,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1888.
Stmt- Kaala from Wnlnlun and Wnl-
May 80 , , ,
Stinv Iwalaul for Lnhalna and Ilamakua
at 8,a in
Stmr Jas Makcc for Kapaa at 5 p in
VESSELS LEAVIND TO-MORROW.
Dk Thos Hull for San Francisco
BUnc Planter for San Francisco
Stmr Kaala for Wftlauae and Walalua at
For Kauai, per steamer Mlkaliala,
May 20 C V Spit, and wife, Mr Hay,
Miss Hay, Jll I'llltet, J JleGctmls, H
IiUiltto, FJ Chapman, Mis Davis, A
Cielcr, and about 10 deck.
For Maul, per steamer Iilkcllke. May
20 Hon 1-N Makco, Kev A D llisscl,
Captain A Uocll and wife, and about 35
For Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
Klnau, May 2!) T)r A Mouritz, wife and
child, Hon J Klehaidson, Major W H
Cornwcll, and about 30 deck.
For Hanalci, Kauai, per steamer Wal
alcalc, May 20 Mr Hatfield, wife and
-, Fiom Walalua and Wahmuc, per
1 steamer Kaalu, May 20-J II Holt, wife,
children and sister, Mr Hakal and 15
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kaala COO bags sugar.
Dow-sett's steamer brought 1,000
melons from Waianao last evening.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
An upright piano, for rent, is
Two whnloboats off Diamond head
ns wo go to press.
The steamer W. G. Hall will be
due heic Friday afternoon.
Columns of matter have been
avoidably held over, for lack of space.
A srLENDiD variety of kid gloves,
laces and embroideries aie now on
view at Tho Arcade.
All bills against Mr. T. M. Mar
shall should be piesented on or be
foio Satin day next.
Monster'meetings of workmen
have been held throughout Germany,
and strikes are spreading.
The steamer Kanla, which arrived
last evening, leports rough sea at
"Waialua and smooth water at Wai
anae. The steamer C. K. Bishop will ar
rive heie to-monow, and will sail
again on Saturday for a circuit of
t t -
Tenders for the construction of a
reservoir in Nuuanu Valley should
bo in at tho Interior office by 12 noon
A Hawaiian canoe, 18 feet long,
and made of Koa wood, will bo ship
ped by tho baik Thos. Bell to-morrow,
for Mr. Armstrong in England.
The "Pacific Commercial Adver
tiser" having changed hands, nn im
portant notice appears in another
column with regard to the accounts.
Piunted Biennial reports of the
Chief Justice, tho Attornoy-Gcnei.il,
and tho Minister of Foieign Affairs
were distributed among tho legis
A lauoe portrait of tho late Gen
eral Grant, surrounded by crape and
American flags, stood by tho side of
a stack of arms, in front of Williams
The first division of tho Liliuoka
lani Educational Society will hold its
regular monthly mooting on Friday
next, at 3 o'clock p. m. at the hall of
Engino Co. No. 1.
Sixty Chinamen of thoso who
camo by tho City of Pekin have been
ft handed over to tho custody of thu
Police authorities, because their pabs-
ports aro not O. K.
Another nice botween Perry's
Watorford Colt nnd Shinner's Ivnn
hoc, Jr., t of 'n'l dash, has been
arranged for Saturday nt Knpiolani
Park, for a purso of 200.
There will bo u lehearsal of the
choir of tho second congiogation of
St. Andrew's Cathedral this evening
nf tor tho usual service All members"
aro requested to bo present.
An examination of tho Ohineso
pass-ports nnd pnssongcis nt tho
quarantino giounds this morning re
vealed tho fact that 28 of tho pass
ports wero bought by passengers be
sides thobo stolen, who do no claim
to have been ontitlo to them. How
many other frauds theio aro in tho
lot, it is hard to say.
The "Humboldt Standard," Cali
fornia, of May tho 9lh, contains tho
information that a firm bearing tho
name of tlto "Humbolt Tanning
Company" have determined to on
gnge extensively in tho tannery busi
ness iu Unit county, nnd that Mr.
John M. Suss, recently returned fiom
Honolulu, will bo tho nianagor.
The foundation of tho building was
about to bo laid.
0'i - qcyilEWJB?BSg
fr7 ' inv tints in great variety,
1 milt i .i lyL'huiilllc, Arrascnu, Kib-Ikimih-,
Einhroitlury Silk, Zephyr
niid Worsted in nil shades ut the
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The Arion will not meet this
ovening on account of their leader,
Mr. H. Bergor, being engaged. Tho
society will meet on Friday uvening,
however, at their usual place, for
singing exerclbo and monthly bini-
Flags weic nt half-mast about
town to-day, in respect to tho mem
ory of America's dead soldiers and
sailors, who sacrificed their lives for
their country. The day was observed
as n semi-holiday, a number of tho
business houses closing nt noon.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Prayer meeting in tho vestry of
the Ccntrnl Union Church, at 7:30
I?cligious services nt St. Andrew's
Cathedral, nt 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of Mystic Lodge K. of
P. in Harmony Hall, at 7:30 p. m.
Meeting of Oahu Lodge K. of P.
in its hall, Fort street, nt 7 :30 p. in.
AUCTION SALES T0-M0RR0W.
11V J. F. MOKd.VX.
At his salesroom, Queen street, at
10 a. in., Underwriter's sale of dam
aged goods. These goods were
damaged by fire and water in tho
llro of May 2Clh, in the store of "Wo
Lun Sam Sing Co.
Also nt 12 o'clock noon, at sales
room, codfish and halibut.
A NEW PATENT.
The following is from the "Scien
tific American," May 12: "A
fastener for meeting rails of sashes
has been patented by Mr. John E.
Brown, of Hanolulu, Hawaii. It is
designed to automatically lock the
sashes when the windows are closed,
in such a way that they caunot be
unlocked from without by a knife,
wire, or similar instrument.
A RQYAL VISIT.
At 11 o'clock this morning,
King left his boat house in the
veren Kruis' 14-oar barge,
the Vnnclalia was appioaclied,
Hawaiian Hag was unfolded from
the main mast head, the yards
manned, and a salute of 21 guns
The King, in crossing
of the Vandalia stood up
covered his head. The
Kruis, with the Hawaiian flag at the
main mast, and bunting in profusion
on every mast, also fired a salute ;
and as the King nscended the com
panion ladder drums nnd fifes
sounded, and three rousing cheers
The King ngain left the Zilveren
Kruis at 11:43 o'clock, the yards
being again manned, and another
Among tho passengers by tho S.
S. Australia were Prof. Sidney
Dickenson and wife of Boston, who
are en route to the (Colonies, where
the Professor is engaged for several
courses of his popular illustrated
lectures. They will remain in Ho
nolulu until the arrival of the Ala
meda, and proceed in her direct to
Sydney. During his stay here,
Professor Dickenson will deliver
two of his new lectures, which lie
prepared and illustrated in Paris,
last summer, directly after his re
turn from tho Islands. These will
be upon brilliant subjeots connected
with art, history and travel ; one
describing tho romantic life of the
moors i in Spain, and the world fa
mous palace of the Alhambra ; the
other the.bcautiful city of Paris and
the great exhibition of art in the
salon, last summer. These aro the
most riclilj' iliustiated lectures that
Prof. Dickenson has ever prepared,
and have been enthusiastically re
ceived throughout the East and the
Next Thursday, May 31st, is
Corpus Christi (Christ's body), a
feast of obligation in tho Roman
Catholic Church, instituted iu com
memoiation of what our Saviour did
on the eve of his death, when he
changed the bread into His body
and the wine into His blood. It is
a day when in some parts of Catho
lic countucs, even nowadays, great
honors mo rendered to our Lord in
the M. B. Sucrament, by solemn
processions iu the streets of cities
and villages. This grand demon
stration of the catholic faith used
to take place beforo in tills city.
But now all is perlormed inside of
tho Chinch to avoid all inconve
niences from those who havo not the
Low masses with holy communion
nt tho Roman Catholic Cathedral at
C and 7 a. in.
High pontifical mass at 10 n. in.,
with tho exposition of tho M. B.
Sucrament from then to evening, to
allow tho fnithtul to pay their res
pectful homages to our Lord.
Kosary and very solemn benedic
tion of tho M. B, Sacrament at 3
p wmmm mam n
A HEW IDEAABOUT BONDS.
Editor Bulletin: It has been
suggested by some fluanoial genius
to mnko tho Hawaiian Government
bonds payable in London (capital
nnd inteiest at tho option of tho
holder) at tho rate of 1 for S5,
This idea strikes me as a very re
oommeudable one. For instance,
anybody can take bond9 here and
BOrGcnta Fiuo Clothing rtnd Fur
nishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Truiiks(
Valises, lite, go to the Lenders of
Cheap Prices, the Aucaub.
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rcnlizo at any time either here or in
London, and probablj' with a pic
mium. Tho bonds mo repoited to
bo quoted in London over 101, nnd
here no investment can lie made for
a short time against fair iutciett.
According to my 'knowledge no
bank here is paying inteicst on de
posits nt present. So this scheme
would woik entirely for tho interest
of the investors, but nt the snme
time for the inlet eat of the Hawaiian
Government, ns it enables the Min
ister of Finnnco to issue nnd sell
bonds ns may be required either
here, or in Snn Francisco, or in
London. A stamped notice on the
bonds, that interest nnd tho capital
can bo collected in London, will
certainly not (jmake the bonds less
desirable in Honolulu or tho U. .,
but will enhance their marketable
value in London. It gives specu
lators nnd bankers here a good
chance for investment and will con
siderably aid the Government in
making a nccossa' loan without
difficulties. Tho difference in value
between 1 and 5 will cnablo the
Government to pay all necessary
commission, premium and interest.
I would bo very pleased to hear
whether a single sensible objection
can be made against this plan.
An Applicant rou Bonds.
OUR LOS ANGELES LETTER.
This "City of the Angels," which
is one of the most pleasant places
in the United States, is in a very
prosperous condition at present.
Many large and expensive buildings
aro in pioccss of erection, nnd the
real estate business is flourishing.
Many of our visitors from the
Eastern States have returned to
their homes ; but a population of
70,000 still remains.
The invalids who come hero to
enjoy our mild winteis arc begin
ning to learn that they should re
main the year round, in older to ob
tain permanent restoration to health.
Indeed, the consumptive is moie
likely to recover his licnlth in sum
mer than iu winter. Our beautiful
pleasure resorts lead to an open
air life which is highly salubiious.
Our palms and orange gioves afford
delightful letrents during the almost
perpetual sunshine of our summer
The citizens of Honolulu are
doubtless aware that the climate of
Southern California is not tropical,
as in your highly favored islands,
but only sub-tropical. A cool sea
breeze from the broad Pacific reach
es our shores almost daily, and is
wafted far inland. August, which
is the warmest month in Los An
geles, has an average temperature
of G9.70 deg. ; and the average tem
perature of Jnnuarj', tho coldest
month, is 52 deg. Fahrenheit. The
nights, even in midsummer, aro al
ways cool and comfortable. Mos
quitoes are rarely met with, and re
freshing sleep is assured. Probably
there is no place under heaven,
where a healthful climate and favo
lable opportunities for business arc
so admirably conjoined.
If any of your people desire to
escape tho excessive heat of the
tropics, let them visit Los Angeles,
and they will receive a hearty wel
come. There is daily raihoad com
munication between this city and
San Francisco. Steamers also run
between San Francisco and our port,
San Pedto, almost every day. In
return, not a few of our citizens de
sire to spend a winter in your own
hospitable Islands, amid the gentle
and spicy zephyrs of an enchanting
South Sea Archipelago. A. B. W.
May 5, 1888.
kirst day May 29th.
The House resumed at 2 p. in.
Noble II. A. Widemann, chair
man, announced that the first thing
in order was the election of a Presi
dent. Noble W. R. Castle nominated
Noble S. G. Wilder. Rep. Kamau
oha nominated Noblo W. R. Castle.
Noble Castle said that he had
nominated T. G. Wilder in good
faith, nnd should voto for him, nnd
hoped that ovory member of tho
House would do the same.
Reps. Gay and Rice were appoint
Tho ballot was cast and Noblo
Wilder received 43 votes, Noblo
Tho chairman announced the re
sult of tho ballot and declined Noblo
Noble C'nStlo said lie hoped nono
of the members would think tiiat lie
cast that one voto for himself, be
cause he did not do it.
Noblo Wilder said, in order to re
lieve tho mind of the lion, gentle
man, he would state that he cast the
AOte for Noblo Castle.
Chairman You had better with
draw your vote, then your election
will bo unanimous.
Noblo Wilder Very well, I will
Pi esident Wilder took tho chair,
and thanked the members for having
elected him President. Ho would
endeavor to preside over their de
liberations to tho best of his ability,
and would do yll he could to expedito
business, consequently he would
call for nominations for Vice-Piesl-dent.
BSyAt tho AncAmi you can buy
While nnd Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. Those Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before iu this Kingdom.
Rep. Knnhane and Noble Richard
son were the nominees, but the bal
lot decided in favor of Kauhnne,
who iccelvcd 86 votes, and Richard
The next in order was the nomina
tion and election of Secretary. Mr.
Magoonwnstho only nominee nnd
under suspension of tho rules, was
elected by a show of hands.
Mr. Luther Wilcox being the
ouly nominee for interpreter and
translator, the election proceeded
tho snme as in the case of the secre
tary. Revs. E. S. Timotco, Waiamau
and Kealoha wero each nominated
Chaplain. Balloting resulted in the
election of Rev. E. S. Timotco, who
received 37 votes out of 43 cast.
Mr. Halstead being the only nomi
nee for tho position of mnstcr-nt-nrms,
was elected by acclamation.
For Messenger, there were two
nominees, W. B. Rico and Simon
Ilookano. A ballot resulted in tho
election of W. B. Rice, who received
32 votes to his opponent's 12.
For Janitor, there two nominees,
Moses Keliiaa nnd Saml. Kuula.
Moses Keliiaa received 34 votes.
On motion of Noble Castle the
rules of last session were adopted.
Noble Castle gave notice that at
an early date 'he should introduce
the following bills:
An Act to amend and consolidate
tho election laws of the Kingdom ;
An Act to regulate the practice
of dentistry in the Hawaiian Islands ;
An Act to provide for the con
struction of a steam railroad on the
Island of Oahu ;
An Act to amend an Act entitled
An Act to amend and consolidate the
laws relative to the Commission of
Piivate Wnys and Water Rights,
being Chap. XLIX of the laws of
Au Act to amend Chap. XLIII of
the laws of 188G relative to the
withdrawal of alcohol for certain
An Act to pfovide for certain
liens of mechanics and material men ;
An Act to facilitate the proof ser
vice of processes in civil cases ;
An Act to authorize the clerks of
the Supreme and Circuit Courts to
tax costs ;
An Act to provide for a licence
for legal practitioners ;
Au Act to nuthoiize Circuit
Judges to examine for contempt ;
An Act to provide for the term of
tho Circuit Court in the Second Ju
An Act to amend Sec. 856 of the
Civil Code, relative to security for
costs in certain cases.
The Attorncj--General gave notice
that be should introduce at an
early date the following bills:
1 To abolish the office of Gov
2 To provide for the perform
ance of duties heretofore performed
by the Governors ;
3 To regulate the Police force of
Rep. Kamauoha gave notice of a
bill to amend Art. 31 of the Consti
tution. Minister Thurston gave notice
that he should introduce the follow
An Act to amend Art. 51, Chap.
XXVI Civil Code, relative to the
registration of conveyances ;
An Act to authorize the Chief
Clerk of the Interior Department to
sign licences ;
An Act to confer upon Notaries
Public the power to administer
An Act to amend Chap. XLVI of
the Session Laws of 1884, relative
to the Hawaiian Postal Savings
Rep. Fachaole gave notice that he
should mtrodvee a bill to abolish
tuition fees of school children.
Minister Green stated that tho ro
poit of tho Minister of Finance for
the biennial period was icady for
distribution to the members of the
Noble Castle presented a resolu
tion, that all bills that pass to sec
ond reading, be referred to the
Printing Committee without further
The Minister of Finance's biennial
report was laid on the table.
The House then adjourned until
10 a. in. on Wednesday.
Tho President recalled the House
to order, and icad an invitation
from the Geo. W. DeLong Post G.
A. R. to tho members of tho House
to paiticipato witli them in tiio' ob
servance of Memorial Day.
second dav May 30.
Tho House was called to order by
the President at 10 n. in.
Noblo Smith presented a petition
from certain barbers, praying that
the Sunday law bo amended to pro
hibit barbers woiking on Sunduy;
Rep. Paehaole fiom Molokai, pray
ing that tuition fees bo abolished ;
Noble Dole from Kauai, to tho same
effect; Rep. Kamauolm from Kona,
asking for appropriations and light
houses on the coast of Kona, and
for tho romoval of tho President of
tho Board of Health from olllce at
once. All referred to appropriate
ItKSOl.UTIONd AND HILLS.
Rep. Kamauolm piesented a reso
lution Unit the Assembly be piovid
ed with copies of last Session Laws
Minister Thurston stated that
JSGBrDo not full to call nt the
Arcaui: and examine the Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits at rc
there were bound copies of those
laws ready for distribution, when lie
had orders to do so. Carried.
Rep. Helekunlul from Makawao
presented a resolution in which
thero wore several questions asked
of the Minister of the Interior, in
regard to the number of lepers
taken to Knknnko, from where nnd
when ; ulso In regnrd to the medical
treatment of lepers.
The President ruled that this was
not a resolution, and referred it to
the Minister of Interior.
Rop. Paehnole read for the first
time bill abolishing tuition fees of
childron attending Government En
The Attorney-General, Minister
of Foreign Affairs, Rep. Fachaole,
Noblo Dole, Rep. Hclekunihi and
Rep. Kalaukoa gavo notices of bills
to be introduced.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs
stated that his report had been dis
tributed among the members.
Rep. Kalaukoa presented a reso
lution that 10,000 be appropriated
for tho expenses of the present ses
Tho Attoruey-Gcnoral for the first
time,by its title,read "An Actto pro
vide for and legulatc the internal
polico force of the kingdom ; an Act
to abolish the olllce of Governor ; an
Act to provide for the discharge of
the duties heretofore performed by
Rep. Helekuiiihi offered a resolu
tion that each member be supplied
with 100 one-cent stamps and 50
two-cent stamps. Lost.
The President nnnounced the fol
Foreign Affnirs Smith, Baldwin,
G. N. Wilcox, Kauhaue, Nawahine.
Judiciary C. Brown, Castle,
Hitchcock, Kinney, Richardson.
Finance Baldwin, Kawainui,
Widemann, A. S. Wilcox, Paris.
Public Lands Dowsctt Sr.,
Jaeger, Makee, Berllemann, Naka
leka. Commerce Robinson, Dr. Wight,
Horner, Gay, Kalaukoa.
Education Tow nsend, Pachaolc,
Watei house, Ileleknnihi, Rice.
Sanitary Kinney, Notley, Fos
ter, Daniels, Dole.
Military Young, McGuirc, Hus
tace, Wail, Bailey.
Enrollment Rice, Gay, Naone,
Accounts Dole, Smith, Kauhi,
Luhiau, Dowsett Jr.
Rules Richardson, Deacon, Ka
mauoha, Hitchcock, Waterhousc.
Printing F. Blown, Kawainui,
Kamai, Robinson, A. S. Wilcox.
Miscellaneous G. N. Wilcox,
Waterhouse, Bertleman, Heleku
On motion the list of Committees
was ordered printed.
On motion of Noble "W. R. Castle
the House accepted the invitation of
Geo. W. Do Long Post G. A. R.,
and adjourned until 9 a. m. Thurs
day. BUSINESS ITEMS.
Cake of most uiiinuo ilesimi is on
exhibition at the "Elite." SO It
NOTICE. Parliament has been
closed, the Legislature hus opr-ned
and tuc Lager Beer will bo on Draught
at the Criterion. 00 It,
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have just received ox Australia
another lot of thai " PHILADELPHIA.
LAGER BEEK" in Uegs, which they
arc offering to their customers. 55 lw
APRICOTS, Cherries, Peaches,
Gooseberries, nnd a large assort
ment of ice house goods arrived by tho
Australia for tho California Fruit
Market. 05 3t
APRICOTS, Cherries, Peaches,
.Gooseberries, and a lnrgo con.
Bignmcmt of ice house goods arrived by
tho Australia for the San Piancisro
Fruit Depot, Fort street. 05 3t
TAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill,
SUGAR PLANT !
Tlio'Kntiio Plant of tho
Is oflurcd Foe Sale. The Machinery
is In perfect working order
and consist of ,
Ono 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash-carrlor, Etc., complcto,
1 Pair ol Boilers 6x20,
1 Double Effect G and 7 feet Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan 6 fcot with Blake Pump,
3 Weston Centrifugals and Engine,
Together with the usual assort meat of
Clarifiers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
Aud other Machinery usually found
in a well uppoiiited mill.
Also, a number of
California A Island Mite,
Cane Carts & Oen'l I'laiilnlion
Delivery will ho given after next crop
lion hceu harvested, say ahout July 1.
CSTVor further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Kohala, Hawaii.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X. advertise it in the Daily IluuaiTin
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Our Entire Stock of Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish, and Torchong Laces will be
sold at an Immense Keduction. 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 Oloth, in Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
Are receiving by every incoming' steamer from San
Fnriiire, Chairs, Pianos, Mars, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc
Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES 13
3PJ.TVOS and DFUItPfiTCJItE
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
FOR SALE AT
OF FASH ON !
to the Ladies !
New Goods !
Fancy Goods !
I GO.'S, 105 Fort Street,