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0!ho Aroado-EGAN & CO.
KSTStraw Hals in grent vnilcly,
EtnhroWlcry Chenille, Arrasonc, Hih
boscne, Kmhroldery Silk, Zephyr
find Worsted in all shades tit the
CSErAt Uin AitcAbn you can buy
While and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been. offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
Leader of Low-Prices,
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THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1888.
Stinrcll Bishop from niou"dOnbu
Stmr.T A ( uinfnliis fiom Koolutt
Stiur 'Vlnk'nlc foi' Kiuial
Schr ( utcilnu from lliinalel
Schr Ilaknkuln from Pcpc kco
fcchr Itulnuiauu fiom Iluwall
Sehrl.cnht fiom Kohulii
Sttnr Kniihi for Wattiuac ami Wainlua at
I) u m
Fiom Kaunl per stmr Wnlnlcalc. Jutio
7-ColZ.SSpildlng, wife tinil family,
mid Mis Kitchen mid family.
From Sun Frnnelsen pur ok Allien
Bc-o. Juno B-JIh a rV Plttock, T
Cnminlnirs uiul A R Eri winds.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Bishop 70 ) bgs pnildy, 30 b igs
bones and 48 gieon hides.
AVala cale I .'J00 ii.igs sugar, 1 bull, 1
cow, nnd 1 calf.
J A. Ciiaimliis 800 bajrs sumr-. .
The schooner Mary left ITanalcl on
Tuesday night for Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fish are reported in abundance
all along the const of Kauai.
Veuy hot and diy weather on the
"Garden Island," is the report by the
A olovi: fastener bus been found,
which can be had bv applying to
Mr. J. W. KobciUon.
Tun Stius and Honolulu will play
a match game of baseball at Makiki,
on Satin day afternoon.
Koolau paddy is being cut and is
'calculated to bo one of the largest
ever produced in that disttict.
A cottage of six rooms, with out
buildings and stable, situate in Nuu
anu Valley, is offered to let.
Several new black and white
sketches of island scenery by J. D.
Strong, are on view at King Bios.'
Prof. Van Slyko offers at private
salo some useful ai tides, specilied in
an advertisement in another column.
The steamer G. K. Bibhop, which
arrived this morning, repoits beauti
ful weather all around this Iclalul.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow moining
the half-yeuily me'eting of the Board
of Trustees will be held in the room
of the Chamber of Commerce.
PunsES have been raised and other
preparations aiebeing made to cele
brate Juno 11th, at Nawiliwili, by
, The diffusion pioccss at Kealia
was working well when the Waiale
alo left yesterday, and was giving
A new wharf, about forty feet long,
with railroad track running from the
warehouse, has been built at Keawa
nui, Oahu, by Mr. Jasper Silva.
TiiE.biennieal lepoit of the Minis
ter of' Interior and annual lepoit of
the Collectoi-Goneral of Cubtoms,
printed, have been piesented to the
e . .
Dn. J. B. Pressley, fonnerly of
Santa Rosa Cal,, has been appointed
Government physician for Hana
and Koolau, .Maui, in place of Dr.
Mb. L. J. Levey will sell at auction
on Saturday, at 12 noon, one boat
(belonging to the Henry James,)
with masts and 6ails complete, and
The annual public examination of
tho students of tho North Pacific
Missionary Institute, will bo held in
Kawaiahao Church, to-morrow, be
ginning at 8:45 a. in.
iHE steamers Jas. Makeo and Ki
lauea Hon will bo duo heio to-morrow,
the Kiiiau, Likelike, nfikahala,
and Mokolii on Saturday, and tho
Lehua and lwalani on Sunday.
The laces usually held at Waialua
on Juno lllh, hayo been postponed
until July 4tji, and tho Waialua peo
plo will eojuo to Honolulu to see tho
ruoeson the first date above men
tioned, Tub annual tca-paity givon by tho
Woman's Boaul of Missions to tho
ministers and delegates of tho Ha
waiian Evangelical Association,
conies off this afternoon in tho par
lors of tho Central Union Chinch, at
4:30 p. m.
The attention of tho Road Supervi
sor is called to a stieam of water that
flows down Foil street on the Ewa side,
forming a pool at Macfarlano's corner,
and greatly annoying people who are
frequently splashed by horses stamp
jng jn tho water.
Pitor. Dickenson's leoturo on I'aiis
and French Ait, this evening, has a
largo hoiibo asBuied. An interesting
feature will bo tho display, after the
lecture, of tho leetpreiV Sandwich
Jblnnd views, including illustrations
of tho -Volcano, prepaied expressly
for tho occasion by tho well-known
artist, Mr. J. Tavernier.
Found, n bunch of keys nttnehed
to a pocket handkerchief. Apply at
It was tho Hawaiian and not the
Portuguese band which played at
Iho lesidonoos of Mr. CiUiiiviuo and
Mr. Schmidt, on Tuesday morning.
Admiuai. Kimberly of the U. S. S.
Vandalia, who has not been about
since tho latter part of November,
Iuib partly recovered from his indis
position and has leturncd to his flag
ship. Thomas Trainor, who fell off tho
S. S. Australia last Tuesday, died at
Queen's Hospital thisafternoou, from
the effects of the injuries received.
Trainor was an Irishman of about 45
years of age. Ho was fonnerly in
tho Iutoi-Ii-land Steam Navigation
Co., as fireman, and at the time of
tho accident he was aboard tho Aus
ttalia going to woik his passage to
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. A Honolulu Rifles, at
Prof. Dickinson's illustrated lec
ture on Paris and its Salon of 1887
in the Music Hall at 8 o'clock.
Nuunnu Chapter of Hose Cioix
No. 1 A. and A. S. R. meets at the
hall of Le Progres at 7:30 o'clock.
Oceanic Council No. 777 Ameri
can Legion of Honor, inectj in the
hall of the Knights of Pythias at
Meeting of the Board of Repre
sentatives of the Honolulu Fire De
partment at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of the Debating Club at
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BV J. F. MORGAN.
his salesroom, at 12
20 barrels of St
Pauli Beer damaged
by rain water
Wc aie desired by Mr. F. Hast
ings, who was lately shipwrecked
with his family near Palmyra Island,
to express his sinccic thanks for the
gieat kindness and many useful
gifts which he has received from
ladies and gentlemen in Honolulu,
and to say that he greatly regiets
his inability to make this expression
NAVAL COURT OF ENQUIRY.
A Naval Court of Enquiry was
hold on board II. B. M. S. Cormor
ant, last Monday, to enqu'ue into
the circumstances of the loss of the
British bark Henry James. The
court found the loss to be due to
the insufllciency or incorrectness of
the charts, and no blame was attach
ed to the Captain, his olliceis, or
the crew, and the master's certifi
cate, which, was placed before the
court, was returned to Captain
The coming races of June lllh
promise to be exceptionally interest
ing. All the cutties are filled, and
the programmes will be out on Sat
in day morning.
Among the running horses to take
part in the races are, notably, Han
cock, Amandine. Queen Kapiolani,
Mattiu M., Jennie B., Wonder,
lvanhoe, Jr., Conspiracy and Nettie
T. ; and trotters, Mink, Albert L
(formerly Mai in), Elmo, .Stranger,
Billy and Lillie.
The band, of course, will be in
attendance, as also the quartette.
ENGINE GO. MEETINGS.
Engine Co, No. 2. met in their hall
last night, Foreman O. J. McCarthy
presiding. W. F. Love was elected
delegate by a niajoiity of one.
Engino Co. No. 1 held their
monthly meeting,' Robeit Moore,
foreman, presiding. General rout
ino business only was transacted.
Hook and Ladder Co. held their
monthly meeting in their hall at the
Bell Tower, Mr. Geo. Norton, fore
man, presiding. An election of of
ficers for tho remainder of tho term
was called, owing to the foreman
being elected 2d Assistant Engineer.
The call icsultcd in the choice of
II. Kaia for foi eman, and J. Bright
for assistant foi eman. M. Keoho
kalolc was elected a delegate to the
Board of Representatives.
THE ANNIVERSARY MEETINGS.
The Hawaiian Evangelical Asso
ciation continued its sessions yester
day, morning and afternoon. Tho
time was devoted mainly to the sta
tistical reports of tho churches, the
narrative of the stato of religion on
the different islands, and the doings
of the various island associations.
The churches were said to be suffer
ing from drunkenness, debauchery,'
gambling, petty jealousies among
the members, as tho ta'rp patche9
when infested by maggots. The
only remedy found successful is pa
tient, steady work. Some are nuf
fering also as tho taro patches that
depend on mountain streams, apt to
ruii diy ; others are supplied by pe
rennial springs. But these are ills
that are incidental to human weak
ness, and must be patiently endur
ed, until every minister is an angel
fiom heaven.- The rule in legurd
to the tenure of ollleo in the diaco
nalc was alien d. Hereafter the
deacons are to bo divided into three
classes, one class going out of ollleo
JGSi-GonU Mho Clolhing and Ttir
nisliiug Goods, lints, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc , go to Hie Leaders of
Cheap Prices, the Aucadc.
each year. This provides for need
ed changes nlnlc securing nKo such
stability as is desirable in this office.
The question of finding suitable
places for the class of eleven stu
dents that firadnates this year from
the N. P. M. Institute was discuss
ed for an hour or more, but no satis
factory solution of the pioblem was
reached. Square men will still find
themselves In misfit, garb, and crook
ed sti.ks will ho put where they can
not be trusted.
This morning after the usual de
votional exercises, the Association
welcomed a delegation from tho
Central Union Church. Rev. Dr.
Beekuith and Messis. W. A. Bownc
and A. F. Cooke. These nil made
brief addresses. Mr. F. W. Da
mon also spoke to the Association
in behalf of the Cluislian work lie
is doing among tho Chinese. No
other people has received the Chi
nese so hospitably and cordially as
have the Ilauaiians. Whatever
legislation is now to be enacted
ought to bo only such as will scenic
their just rights to all parties. The
dillicullics arising from the multi
plying of dialects are very gieat.
A second preacher is needed for the
Chinese Church in Honolulu, so that
both Hakka ptoplc and those from
Canton, can have preaching in their
respective dialects. The Chinese
language is so difficult, that one
might almost rightfully call it an in
vention of the devil to keep tho Chi
nese in ignorance of the saving
truths of the gospel.
The eieclric lights seem to have
been the most stt iking novelty that
the members of the Association have
noticed in their pi esent visit to Ho
nolulu. With their aptness for il
lustrative comment, the compaiison
of the electric light with the reveal
ed truths of the Bible was a natuial
one. But it was also said that the
electric lights sometimes fail not
from any defeat in the fnicc of grav
ity, that moves all the machineiy at
the electric works. The failure
tomes from lack of water to furnish
the needful power. So God's spiii
tual power is ever accessible, but in
difference and neglect of duty, and
ceasing to pray, will show how hu
man weakness must constantly ally
itself to Divine power.
8th Day June G.
The House resumed at 1.15 p. m.
President S. G. Wilder in the chair.
The consideration of the Police
bill. Sections 13 to 23 inclusive
were lead sepaialely and passed
with some few amendments. The
bill was then lead by its title and
passed to engrossment, to be read a
third time on Saturday.
Third reading of a bill relating to
No'aries Public. Passed.
Second leading of bill to repeal
Chap. 53 of the Penal Code provid
ing for reward and fees to Sheriffs,
Deputy Sheriffs, etc. Referred to
Noble Smith moved to have the
bills l elating to prison inspectors
and for commutation of sentences
put on the order of the day. They
were so placed.
On motion the bill relating to
prison inspectors was read by its
title. Afterward it was-considoied
section by section. Each section
passed as in the bill, witli some
minor amendments. The bill wa
then read by its title and passed to
engiossment, to be read a third
time on Tuesday next.
Second reading of a bill to pro
vide for the commutation of terms
of imprisonment. This bill was
read section by section and passed
as lead with the exception of some
few unimportant amendments. The
bill was then read by its title and
passed to cngiossmcnt to be read a
thiid lime on Tuesday next.
Noble Smith under the suspension
of -the rules, tend for the first time a
bill to amend Section 153 of the
Civil Code, relating to the appoint
ment ami defining the duties ol per
sons nulhoiizcd to take acknow
ledgments to instruments. Referi
td to Pi idling Committee.
Noble Castlo read a resolution to
the effect that all tesolulions l elat
ing to the appropriation of money
for any object connected with in
ternal improvements, bo firht rc
feried to the Committee on Public
Lands and Improvements, and that
they shall report on tho same within
ten days from the time such resolu
tion is refened to them. Vote on
motion to adopt was a tie, and the
Chairman gave a casting otc in the
The House adjourned until 10 a.
9th day June 7.
The House opeped at 10 a. m.,
President S. G. Wilder in the chair.
Rep. Kulaukoa presented a peti
tion from olio Kealohalii that he be
allowed to treat a certain woman
now confined at Kakaako with lep
losy, for u period of !) months, freo
of charge lo the .patient, hut that
the Government furnish the woman
with food, elu. Referred to Suni-
lie, also presented a
a woman praylug'lunt
who is afflicted v ith the samo disease
bo confined atKnkaakofor4 months,
and that Kenlohalil bo allowed to
BEroriT or committef..
Rep. F. Brown reported three
bills printed and ready for dis
tribution. Noble Baldwin presented a report
from tho Finance Committee on the
bill to legulate the office of Regis
trar of Conveyances and to provide a
salary for the Registrar. They re
commend that the-bill pass as intro
duced. Tho report was adopted,
and the hill passed to engrossment,
to be read a third time on Saturday.
Minister Green stated that he had
the annual rcpoit of the Collector
of Customs. This was not a report
to the House, but to the Minister of
Finance, but. as it contains much
valuable statistical information, lie
wished to have the same distributed
to the House.
Minister Green answered n ques
tion askedyesterday,lhat the reason
that the Judge of North lvona had
not received his salary was, that a
draft endorsed to aHhird party had
been received for the amount, but
as it was not signed by the Judge it
was not paid. As soon as it is pro
perly signed the amount will be
paid. He explained that all unpaid
saiaiicsat the end of tho biennial
pciiod were put aside, so that a new
appropriation need not be made.
Noble Smith moved to refer this
statement to the Finance Committee,
as the Minister had no right to set
aside any moneys to pay salaries.
If it is done in this case, it can be
done in any other.
Minister Thurston said that ho
had no objection to referring the
matter to the committee. This was
a diffeient matter from drawing un
cvpended balances from the Treas
my. In this case the Governess docs
not recognize this particular Judge
as commissioned, as he was appoint
ed under the law passed last session.
The Goveines3 signed a check for
salary for the Judgo that held the
commission under her appointment,
and refused to recognise tho present
Noble Widemann said it was very
objectionable, money being' put
aside for a rainy day, but in this
case, this poor Judge unless such a
procedure were allowed, nould-have
to wait for his salary until a now
appropriation is made.
Amended to refer to Judiciary
RESOLUTIONS AND BILES.
Noble Castle asked leave to read
four bills of which he had given
Rules were suspended and the
bills were read by title.
An Act to amend Sec. SG6 of the
Civil Code. Referred to Printing
An Act to to authorise the clerks
of the Supreme and Circuit Court
to impose costs. Referred toPriut
An Act to amend tho law relating
to services of civil process. Referred
to Printing Committee.
An Act to amend the law relating
to the Circuit Court of the Second
Judicial Circuit. Referred to Print
Noble Young gave notice of a bill
relating to Honolulu street rail
roads. Noble Baldwin brought forward a
resolution, that a committee of 7 be
appointed by the House to investi
gate the workings of the hospital at
The Chair appointed the follow
ing Committee: Kinney, Daniels,
Bertlcman, Dowsctt, Sr., Kamai,
Kawainui and Thurston.
Rep. Kalaukoa presented a reso
lution, that the Minister of the In
terior send tho Superintendent of
Public Works to examine and report
on the extension of a road near
Smith's biidge, and for the Minister
of the Interior to report tho proba
ble cost of such extension to this
assembly befoie tho appropriation
bill is brought up for consideration.
Laid on table. .
Rep. Brown gave notice of a bill
to amend the bankrupt law.
Noble Widemann presented a
resolution that a committee of three
be appointed to oveihaul and inves
tigate the hooks of the tax assessor
and collector of Honolulu to see
where double taxation has occuircd.
.Rep. Helekunihi icad for the first
tune a bill to amend See. 722 of the
Civil Code relating to attendance at
Noble Castlo said there was no
Sec. 722 of the Civil- Code at pres
ent, us tho chapter containing that
section was repealed in 18G4. And
he moved that the bill be returned
to tho member for correction. Car
ried. Noble Townsend asked the follow
ing questions of the Minister of the
Interior: How is the printing of n
Department and Bureau reports
done? By contract or otherwise ?
H by contract, how aro contracts
awarded V If otherwise, how is
patronage awarded, and how- is the
price of work determined.
Rep. Kamauoha gave notice of a
bill to define the meaning of t,ho
word "drunk." ,
Tho Mmlbtpr of tho Inteiior gave
notice of a bill to extend the term
of olllice of tho Commissioners of
House adjourned until l y, m,
B5rDo not fail to call at tho
Aiicaui; and examine the Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits nt rc
mm ii .iMwMWwww
The House resumed at 1.05 p. in.,
and on motion took up tho order of
OriDEJi OF TIIE DAT.
Second reading of bill relating lo
property of mairicd women. Mo
tion to go inlo committee of tho
whole was carried and Noble Smith
was appointed to tho chair. On
motion the bill was considered sec
tion by section.
Section one was read and passed
as iu the bill.
Noble Hitchcock moved that Sec
tion 2 be lcferred to a select com
mittee. This section gives the wo
man the right to make all .kinds of
contracts oral and written, the same
as if she were sole.
Rep. Kamauoha moved an amend
ment so that it shall read, she shall
not bo authorized to make contracts
except by permission of her hus
Noble Young stated that ho did
not know much about law, but he
thought lie could sec much in this
bill that would make trouble. He
favored a law that would allow her
to make contracts in regard to her
own property.' He thought that
this section needed amending and
should go to a committee.
Rep. C. Brown said he was on
the committee in the Legislature of
1880 favoring this bill, but now he
Noble Widemann said that this
law was as bad one waj, as tho old
law was tho other. 11 o said that
tho law would affect those who arc
not the very best of wives, and
would piovoke quarrels instead of
making peace. If the husband did
anything he would be confronted
with tho threat from his wife that
she would do so and so, and there
is no pi eventing it. He hail no
doubt but that the law was intended
to do away witli an ovil, but he was
in favor of referring it to a commit
tee. Minister Thurston offered an
amendment to the effect that the
words "nor to make contracts for
manual labor" be added.
Noble Hitchcock said he did not
oppose tho bill as a whole, but he
did oppose this section. It is
making a very ladical change in the
law i elating to married women. He
was in favor of a change, but not
such a one as this section contem
plates. Minister Thurston said that if
Noblo Hitchcock still opposed the
bill, he should withdraw his amend
Noble Hitchcock's motion to icfer
this bection to a select committee
Section 3 was read.
Rep. Kamauoha moved that the
committee rise and refer this bill to
a select committee. The whole bill
is shrouded in mystery and should
Minister Thurston moved that tho
section pass as read.
Rep. Kamauoha said that the sec
tion may be very clear to the Min
ister, but jt was not so to him.
Noble Hitchcock said that it was
clear to him, the meaning of the
section. It meant that a married
woman should have the benefit of
her labor, for her sole use. Section
passed as read.
W. B. F.
A laige audience
the invitations issued by the Wo
man's Board of Mission to attend
the second session of their Annual
Meeting, held in tlic pallors of the
Central Union Church, last eveuing.
Tho chair was taken bj Mrs. Bing
ham, president of the Board. Dr.
Bcckwith opened the meeting with
prapcr. Reports were read by Mrs.
Dillingham, treasurer; Mrs. S. E.
Bishop, secretary; Mis. F. Damon,
on Chinese woik, and by Mrs. Conn,
for Miss Mary Green, on Hawaiian
work. The exercises including sing
ing of appropriate pieces by a select
choir, with piano accompaniment.
Thirteen pupil's of Kawaiahao Semi
nary gave a scriptural recitation, in
concert, in excellent? voice and clear
enunciation. An original poem, en
titled, "Rejoice in the Loul always,',
was read by Mrs. B. F. Dillingham.
Tho piesidcnt read an address on
the nork of the year. The addresses
contained feeling tubules of respect
to the memories of Mrs. Snow and
Rev. R. W. Logan of the Microilo
sian Mission and Miss Morley of the
Dr. Bcckwith announced the
thank-ufferiiigs received, to have
been, In gold, 875, and in silver,
850 total $125.--Advcrtiscr.
CHANGE OF HANDS
SO JtIN STHJ3J3T,
(Over D. McICenzle & Co., Ship
Messrs. Bnrbur & MrLcnn liavlnc re.
tlrtd entirely fiom the ninnagcincht of
tho above popular Bc&tniirant. Air. 1).
McKcn.lc, from this duy wll assume
iho entire control of the fume. Tho
llvMuurant will ho rim strictly hi a drM
class styld. Tim film of the new pro
prletor being lo enii-r asili-ftiro,rlly lo
the public Bite, Mi''i will lu tor vert
at ull hours ai d, in tlio. ino.-t approved
Pacific House llestuuranl, 2U Fori St,.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
I WILL SELL FOR
TWO WEEKS ONLY 3
In Balbrigan, Merinos and India Gauze nt a
Received by last steamer a Fine and Elegant Lino ot
Boys' and Ghildrens' Clothing
Whieh I offer at
BED ROOK PRICES
Received direct from New York and Philadelphia a Fino Line of
(rents', Ladies' & Ghildrens' Shoes !
GREAT BARGAINS IN
LADIES' BLACK SILK HOSE !'
Opposite Irwin & Co.
COMPLETE LINE OF. GOODS
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
Are receiving by every incoming: steamer from San
Furniture, Manx Pianos, Guitars, Pictures,
Crockery "Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
NEW Sl'YLBS 1ST
Sold on Iho Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
( Warranted Singers.)
FOR SALE AT "
Take Notice !
..Fancy Goods !
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