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(The AroadeEGiN & CO.
WSlraw Jkts In great vndoly,
KmbroitloryClicnlllct Arrnsono, Rib
boscno, Kmlirohlcry .Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades at tho
ftSTGciUa lMnc Clotlilng and Fur
nishing Goods, lints, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to the Leaders of
Cheap l'liues, tho Aucadi:.
tSTAt tho AndAbu volt ctin buy
"White and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
hac novor been offered so cheap
beforo in this Kingdom.
Leader of Low Prices,
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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1888.
S S Tagasago Mam from Japan
Stmr SuipiTse fiom Haw nil
Stmr U It Ulshop from Lalialna
Schr Cntcrlna fioin Haualel
Stmr J A Cummins from ICoolau
Stmr W G Hall from Hawaii anil
Schr Manuoknwnl from Koolnu
Schr Jennie Walker for S S Islands
Schr W S Howne for Sau Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C 11 JMshop for around the Island
of. Oalm at 8 a in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Bishop 2,821 bat's sugar.
The yv S llowui' sailed for San Fran
cisco tins afternoon, tnkhijr 12,C8U bags
sugar, weighing 1,101,133 lbs, valued at
A1UUVA1.S AT KAN rilANClHCO.
May uth, Inljrantlne W G Irwin, 17
days from Honolulu.
May Otli, bark Lady Lnuipson, 22 days
May lOllr bark Natuna, 11) days from
May 12th, S S Alameda, 7 days from
Mny 12th, schooner O 0 Perkins, 20
days from Ullo.
May llllli, ship Ivy, 10 days from
May 10th, bktno Discovery, 22 days
May mtli, V II Dhnond, 18 days fiom
fMuy 20th, schooner Golden Fleece, 22
days from Hilo.
Dnt'AKTURC rilOM SAN l'UANCISCO.
May 15tli. biigautinoW G Irwin for
May 18tli, briganttne G II Douglass
"May 19th, bark Alden Bessie for Ho
nolulu. , ,
May 19th, brigantiue J D Spreckels
May 2l)tli, baik Sonoma for Honolulu.
Mnv 20th. barkentinc S G Wilder for
i'kom nosi on.
May 12th, baik Amy Tinner for Hono
lulu. rnOJKCSED DEPARTURES.
Tor Honolulu, SS Alameda on .Time
2nd ; bktucs Discovery and b N Castle,
bai k Lady Lainpson.
For Hilo schooner Geo C Perkins.
April 30th, latitude 1 deg 2"i mill P,
longitude 3 deg W, Geiman baik C It
Bishop from Bromcra for Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Bee J. E. Biown & Co.'s new ad
vertisement lelating to rcrated waters.
Arrangements aie being niado by
natives for a big luau at Moanalua,
Mr. John Mafioon is no longer
authorized to collect for tho firm of
J. E. Brown A Co.
There is a veiy nice water-color
painting of Mr. Hall's little irl on
view at Williams' gallery.
An occasional howl f loin the Sta
tion HbuBo yard lets ono know that
tho dog days aie not over.
The bark Foicst Queen, Captain
J. Winding, will sail for San Fran
cisco next Tuesday or "Wednesday.
IticiiAui) Cayfoul will open a horso
shoeing establishment on King street,
back of the Union, on Monday next.
A OENii-KMAN claims that ho has
Ircquently seen rats running along
uinglo telegraph wires on Alake.i
Mr. Frank Hustace, in a notice to
tho public, says that ho is not a can
didate for Chief Engineer of tho Firo
Tun steamers Kinau, Likelike, Le
hua, and Mokolii, all belonging to
Wilder's S. S. Co. will boduo hero
Next Sunday, Juno 3d, an Eng
lish sermon will be delivered at tho
Itomnn Catholic Cathedral of Hono
lulu, at tho 7 a. ir. mass.
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The nun carriages on Punchbowl
'hill and the flag-stair, uro falling to
pieces from decay. Tho powder
magazine there is being ropaiied.
Carriage wraps, kid gloves, and
black diamond dyo hosiery, just re
ceived, may bo had at J. T. Water
liouso's No. 10 store, Foit street.
Tub resignation of Dr. Peterson,
Government physician at Molokai,
has been accepted by tho Boaid of
Health, and will tako effect on July
1st of tliis year,
All tho stationary seats in tho
Opera IIouso for Bishop's cntoitain
ment, Saturday night, wero taken up
by noon to-day, and some of tho
chairs wero also engaged.
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Tin: trustees of Ilis Majesty's cs
V tato invite all pursonH having claims,
to bo presont at a meeting in tho
hall of tho Molnerny block, at 11
o'clock to-jnoirow morning.
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TiiEiin Wiis a ciowdcd meeting of
firemen at tho Boll Tower, last night.
Tho specified object of tho meeting
was to select a geneially acceptable
ticket for tho annual election of en
gineers. Nothing, however, was ac
complitshed in that diicctiou,
Tin; iolico authorities iup lill
holding tho GO Uhinnmcn of tlio 252
that enmo by tho city of l'okin, and
bad crooked passports. Thoy will
probably be shipped back to Chirm
by tho lirst opportunity.
Tin: S. S.Takasago Muru ni lived
this morning, sixteen days from Yo
kohama, with over ono thousand
Jnpnncso immigrants for this port.
The Tnkiibngo Muru has u clean bill
of health. She entered port this af
ternoon. Sho will be dispatched for
Yokohama and Hongkong on or
about the 10th inst.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. D. Honolulu Rifles at
Services in St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7 o'clock.
Meeting of Polynesian Encamp
ment No. 1, I. 0. O. F, in tho
hall of Excelsior Lodge, at 7:30
Meeting of Hawaiian Tribe No.
I. O. R. M. in the hall of Oalm
Lodge K. of P., at 7:30 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY I,. J. tnVKY.
- At the residence of R. J.Creighton,
Richard street, at 10 a. m., all
household furniture and effects.
STRANGE BUT TRUE.
No one would ever imagine that
the two peaceable-looking gentle
men had murder in their eyes as
they 9auntcred into the Criterion
Saloon this morning, nor did the
barkeeper see anything to excite
his suspicions as they called for two
glasses of "Philadelphia Beer."
After drinking their beer, one of
the gentlemen deliberately put his
hand in his pocket and says: "Give
us two more glasses of that Phila
delphia Beer." It
Mr. S. P. Simonds and Miss
Henrietta Tregloan, eldest daughter
of Mr. II. S. Tregloan, merchant
tailor, were united in marriage by
Rev. Mr. Beckwith, at the residence
of the bride's parents, last evening.
The wedding was very quiet, only
relatives and a few intimate friends
being present. Mr. and Mrs. S. P.
Simonds will reside in the bouse
lately occupied by J. F. Brown,
WHAT THE BUMBOAT MAN SAYS.
A.bumboat man says that when
tho officers of the Zilveren Kruis
boarded the ship yesterday, just
before that vessel sailed, they sang
Aloha Oe and Ahiwela and whistled
other native melodies. At the last
moment, the bumboat man fuithcr
said, several of the good-looking of
ficcis, wrote love letters to a parti
cular few of Honolulu's fair ones.
He would not tell the address of
any of the letters. Oh, dear, no !
A bumboat man can keep a secret
as well as anybody can.
Mr. Saml. B. Rose has left on our
table several pamphlets and circu
lars relating to the business of the
Mutual Life Insurance Co., of New
York, of which Hon. S. G. Wilder
is the local agent. One, an adver
tising card, is a novelty. Aside
fiom the perfect work of the printer,
making the card an ornament, its
usefulness in the counting room,
arid to all who have to compute in
terest, is incalculable. The card is
divided into three paits, two of
which contain carefully computed
interest tables, while the third con
tains a calendar for the year. When
not in use, the tables are covered
with flaps, so arranged that they
present a uniform surface of read
ing matter, containing an advertise
ment of the company. A few of
these cards, with other advertising
matter of the Mutual Life Insurance
Co. of New York, can bo had upon
application to Mr. S. B. Rose, at
the office of Messrs. Wilder & Co.
HOUSE-BREAKING AND CHICKEN
STEALING. Mr. Joaquin, a Portuguese, who
lives in a cottage at the Walkiki end
of Queen street, somewhere in the
neighboihood of the kerosene ware
house, reports that tho other night,
about midnight, he was disturbed
from sleep by noises. Getting out
of bed mid looking through tho win
dow of liis room, ho distinctly saw a
Chinaman in his yard with a load of
chickens, which had been abstracted
from Joaquin's foul-honse, in his
hands. Joaquin then became aware
that there was somebody in his
dwelling house. lie immediately
began to shout "haul in," through
his bcd-ioom window, as loud as his
lungs would allow. Immediately two
Chinamen rushed out of tho house
and ran away, accompanied by tho
mini with tho chickens. Tho chick
ens, however, were only taken as
far as tho street, where they were
dropped. Tho door of tho residenco
through which an entrance was
made, had been secured by a wooden
bar, which the intended thieves had
succeeded by some means in remov
ing. No policeman answered to tho
call of "haul in," there being none,
it is said, stationed in that neigh
borhood, rpHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL Island subscription, 4 per annum.
THE DEBATING CLUB.
At tho weekly meeting of the De
bating Club last night, Mr. E. G.
Schuman, first vice-president, pre
sided, in an informal way, and tho
facetious secretary, John F. Smith,
and tho demure president, "Walter
Hill, carried on a debate, on mira
cles, also in an informal way.
Most of the members who are in
the habit of attending with a degree
of regularity, wero absent, on ac
count of an important meeting of
the firemen, in which they were
deeply interested, being held at tho
same hour. Tho attendance being
meagre, it was tacitly decided that
tho two belligerents abovo named
should have the discussion between
themselves, while the other mem
bers present listened, retired, or
slept without rctiiing, according to
inclination. As a matter of fact,
nobody slept or retired, except one
gentleman, who was compelled, by
the urgent persuasion of nature and
the nearness of the closing time at
Nolte's, to withdraw at an early
hour, in order to study the process
of infusion at the studio just now
At times tho debate becamo ani
mated and thrilling, and at others
relapsed into a statu of innocuous
vapidity, but on the whole was
amusing. Mr. Harry Byng, who
was one of the members present,
found enough enjoyment in tho con
troversy between the two pigmies,
to feel impelled to invite the entire
company, at the close, to ice cream.
By some the invitation was grate
fully accepted, and by otheis as
gratefully declined. Those accept
ing passed a unanimous resolution,
afllrming that the fact of any mem
ber declining was incontrovertible
evidence that miiacles continue to
this day, in spite of all arguments
to tho contrary.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
For San Francisco, per S. S. Ma
liposa, June 3rd: J. A. Kennedy,
Miss Spear, Mis. Davis and Dr.
For San Francisco, per S. S. Aus
tralia, Tuesday next: Miss Brewer,
S. Hardcastlc,' J. M. Oat, G. II.
Twcedie, Miss Alcala, Mrs. D.
Center and child, Mrs. Crcighlon
and daughter, Mis. S. C. Allen, A.
Caro, A. P. Happcr Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. G. D. Fearon, Mrs. C. Bolte,
J. Lazarus, J. Nathan, Mrs. Brodie,
Dr. and Mrs. Sutliff and 2 ch., Mrs.
R. C. Spalding and son, Mrs. E.
Hay, Mrs. Pelliet, Miss Hay, Geo.
E. Howe and wife, Miss M. A.
Porter, Miss A. Porter, Pro'f.
Pomeroy and wife, Capt. J. Brown,
Dr. G. P. Andrews, G. W.
Brewer, Henry Saylcr and 2 chil
dren, Mrs. S. Taylor and 3 children,
Mrs. L. D. Dickinson.
ROYAL DINNER AND DECORA
TIONS. On Wednesday evening, May
30th, the King entertained Captain
Jockes and Lieuts. Van Scheers and
F. Bauduin of II. D. M.'s ship Zil
veren Kruis, and J. II. Paty Esq.,
II. D. M.'s Consul, at dinner. Ilis
Majesty also conferred on the Cap
tain the decoration of Commander
of the Order of Kalakaua, and on
Lieut. Van Sheers and Mr. J. II.
Paty, the rank of Companion of the
Order of Kalakaua. There were
present on the qccaslon Gov. Dotn
inis, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Col. Iau
kca, II. M.'s Chamberlain and Ma
jor J. D. Holt.
SECOND CHAPTER OF THE
UOWKK ANU THU IIOOULR.
Tho owner of the boodle has been
found, said Mr. Bowen, yesterday
afternoon, and the money lestored
Who is lie?
Yours truly, Mr, J. P. Bowen
(laughter). You newspaper fellows
and the town generally were nicely
scooped in, he continued.
Then it was all a hoax?
Of course it was. The town was
dead of news and I thought I'd'
make some (more laughter).
Rut you dug up the tin you wore
showing about town, did you not?
Yes, I dug it up from where I
How about the other four tins,you
T found moro than four, but there
was nothing in them.
Hut you intimated that they wero
full of gold?
I said that I had not counted tho
contents, neither did I.
How about the decayed green
They wei e not decayed j they
wero perfectly good. It was some
old brown paper on top that made
tho greenbacks look that way.
And you know exactly how much
was in the tin you wero showing?
What niado you say you dug up
Rccauso I did. I wonted some
money, and I dug it up.
Mr. Bowen was enjoying a good
laugh during the above conversation,
but tho questioner, nho wns so
badly taken in, did not even smile.
Mr. IJowi'n says ho did not create
tho yarn to eitnblibh credit for him
He can pay, )o says, as ho
FouitTH Dat June 1.
The House opened at 10
President S. G
Wilder in tho chair.
ItEl'OUTS OP COMMITTEES.
Noble Smith submitted the report
of the Committee on Prisons, which
wa9 appointed last session. It em
braced only the investigations of the
management and condition of Oahu
Prison. The Committee stated
that they had not extended their in
vestigations to prisonB outside of
this one. They also submitted a
bill for the commutation of senten
ces, in certain cases, and one for
the appointment of Prison inspect
ors. The report was ordered printed.
Noble Baldwin presonted a report
from tho Finance Committee, to
whom was referred tho bill for de
fraying the expenses of the prebent
session of the Legislature, recom
mending that tho sum of $125,000 bo
appropriated, instead of $10,000 as
the bill calls for. Report was
adopted and the bill passed to en
grossment, to be read a third time
Noble Smith offered the following
Whereas His Excellency the Min
ister of Finance recommends in his
biennial report that a special com
mittee be appointed to confer with
the Cabinet, with regard to what
steps should be taken in the matter
of tho 15,000 illegally ictaiiied in
London out of the proceeds of the
200,000 loan negotiated in that
city, and the amount of 704 inte
rest unaccounted for. Be it re
solved that a Special Committee of
live be appointed to confer with the
Cabinet upon these matters.
Noble Smith moved that all Ses
sion laws issued to members of this
House bo returned to the Sergeant-at-arms
at the ond of the session
and a receipt taken from him for the
This led to an animated discus
sion, in which several members took
part. Some said that the present
session could not rescind a resolu
tion passed by a former session,
and as a resolution to the effect
that each member should be sup
plied with a copy of tho laws was
passed, it was obligatory on the
part of the Minister of the Interior
to furnish them.
Noble Widemann said that no re
solution passed last session could be
binding on this; but this session
cannot rescind any resolution passed
by that session.
The Minister of the Interior stat
ed that he had consulted with the
clerk of the House, and had learned
that there was no record of any such
resolution having passed, therefore
he had declined to deliver the
Noble Widemann said that ho
agreed with the Minister of tho In-
tenor, that the members
House should not vote
ing tncmscives witn uovcrnmont
property, but the question is, Did
nnv simh rpsnlntinn nass fhn TTnnsn?
If it did, then they should be sup
picd with the laws.
Noble Dole stated that according
to his notes, that on the 7th day of
December, Rep. Paehaole introduc
ed a resolution to the effect that all
members of the Assembly be fur
nished with a oopy of tho Session
Laws free of charge, which was car
ried. Now if any of tho members
want a copy they should demand it
from tho Minister of the Interior,
and if ho refused to furnish them,
sue him in the Courts of the King
dom. The resolution was carried with
the amendment that all law books of
the session of 1887 be not returned.
Noble Smith asked the Minister
of Foreign Affairs in legard to Ma
rino cable communications, and has
the Minister any recommendation to
make in regard to this matter?
Tho Minister of Foreign Affairs
statod that ho hoped; beforo the ses
sion was over, to lay bofore tho
House quite an exhaustive report on
marine cables, and would make such
recommendations ns ho thought use
ful. Itep. Paehaole asked of the Min
ister of Foreign Affairs what the
pioperty of tho Samoan mission con
sisted of. Where is the property
now? If sold, who sold it? For how
much? and who received the money?
Miuistcr Thurston read for tho
first time an Act to amend Art. 51
of Chapter 21 of the Civil Codo,
regulating fees for tho registration
of documents. Passed to second
Ho also read a bill by its title re
lating to tho property of married
women. Rofcrred to Printing Com
mittee, Rep, Kaniaxioha asked tho Attorney-General
questions relating to tho
annointment of S. 13. Dolo In the
Supremo Honch. Did tho Ministry
approve of that appointment? If so,
why was his salary withheld? Ho
also referred to correspondence be
tween the Chief Justice and the
Ministry on the subject.
Minister Ashford stated tho Cabi
did approvo of that appointment.
In regard to tho non-payment of
salaries, ho would refer tho hon
orable member to tho correspond
ence of Chief Justice Juild, In a
few wprds, ho would state that tho
JCSTDd not full 10 Call fit lilt!
Arcade and oxatninn tho Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits at re
duced prices. ,
House forbade tho payment of tho
salary after a certain date.
Noblo Widemann essayed to speak,
but was shut off. He asked if ho
was not legally elected a noble of that
The President said ho was, but as
there was no question before the
house, the debate was out of order.
Minister Thurston moved that the
bills he read yesterday be taken up
and made the order of the day.
Rep. Kalaukoa asked tho Attorney-General,
why the police wero
not paid all alike? and how long has
a distinction been made in salaries
of the polico who perform the same
OUUlUt OP THE DAY.
Second reading of the dog lax
Tho bill was indefinitely post
poned. Second reading of tho bill relating
to Notaries Public. Read and re
ferred to tho Judiciary Committee.
Second reading of bill to author
ize the Chief Clerk of the Interior
Department to sign licences. Passed
to engrossment to bo read a third
time on Monday.
The President appointed the fol
lowing committee on bonds : Nobles
Smith, Dowsctt, and Baldwin, Rep.
Daniels and the Minister of Finance.
Tho IIouso then adjourned until
10 a. ra. to-morrow.
THE WAIALOHA VILLA.
The Bulletin mentioned
time ago, that Mr.
offered his Waikiki premises
tourist resort. It lias been repott
ed about town of late that Mr. C.
N. Arnold was about to take the
place. Mr. Arnold was seen by a
Bulletin reporter this morning and
the following information was glean
ed from him ;
Mr. Arnold has already taken
possession ot Mr. bprecKcl s wai
kiki premises, and lias christened it
""Waialoha Villa." The house has
about 14 rooms for guests. It has
a large parlor, dining-room, billiard
room and bowling alley. Two cot
tages will bo built as soon as tho
resort is fairly opened. There are
six bath-rooms for sea-bathers ; also
iresli showers, etc. kvcry room in
the house is supplied with gas-lighting
arrangements and water conve
niences. Mr. Arnold further pio
poses, when the place is thoroughly
established, to run a rockaway
for the accommodation of the
THE BOARDING SCHOOLS.
Kawaiahao Seminary will close
next Monday. There will be no
public exercises in the Church, but
some class-room exercises at the
school Monday afternoon.
Makawao Seminary will close with
its usual publice exercises, Thurs
day, June 21.
Hilo Boarding School will have
its public examinations, Tuesday,
July 20. Drill and field sports "Wed
nesday; public exhibition in Haili
Church, Thursday evening.
I'unahou Prep aratory School will
not have any public exercises this
Oahu College graduating exer
cises will be held in tho Central
Union Church, Friday evening,
June 22. There will be rhetorical
exercises on Thursday afternoon at
Jieer on iou all tho wn
JJeer on ica all ihu way from St.
Louis, for sale at the Pantheon
LLGISLATUnE OF 1088. "Tho Dnilr
and Weekly Bulletin" contains the
only correct and reliable reports of the
proceedings of tho proseul Legislature.
ANOTHER lot of Draught Uccr
on ice all the way from St. Louis,
for sale at the Pantheon. 67 tf
LEGISLATURE OF 1888. "Tho Daily
and Weekly Bulletin" contains tho
only correct and icllablo reports of tho
proceedings of tho present Lcglalniurc.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
lmve just received ex Australia
another lot of that '(PHILADELPHIA
LAOEIl HEKIi" In kecs, which they
arc ottering to their customers. 55 1 w
APRICOTS, Cherries, Peaches,
Gooseberries, and a largo assort
ment of Ico house goods arrived by the
Australia for tho California Fiult
Market. 55 lit
A PRICOT8, Cherries, I'cai
XX Goose lierrice, and a largo
signment of Ico houso goods arrived by
tho Australia for the Sau 1'ianolsco
Fruit Depot, Fort street. 05 at
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Itear of Lucas' Mill,
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
JL "Tho Daily llulletlu." 60 cents
RRANDS OF CALI-
l'ort. Madeira and Malaga,
lor sale In kcks anil cases by
GONSALVE3 & CO.,
01 Queen street.
rnHF. ONI Y PAPER rend
X classes "Tlio Dully Hullelln
cents per mouth.
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of tliu finest Homo Made
French and Plain Cuudies, the most
Delirious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cultes, call at tho Pionewr Htcinn
Candy Factory, niUory and Ico Cream
Parlors, oitablUhed 180'!, Hotel, oppo.
site llcthol street. V. IIokn, Practical
Confectioner, Pantry Cool; and Orniu
menter. P. S. Tlio only place whero
tho Genuine Butter Bcotch s mnmi.
factuml und sold, 15 tf
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.
Eeccived by last steamer a large assort
ment of Oriental and Embroided Mounting
which we offer at Bed Rock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas Cloth, in Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
Are receiving by every incoming' steamer from San
Furniture, Chairs, Pianos, Mars, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby
Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES IN
3PI.ISrOS unci TFTJJXJXXrFtJttEi
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order,
Canary Berds7 Canary Birds,
FOR SALE AT
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
to the Ladies !
Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !