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" m Gents tflno Clolliltig nnd Fur
nishing Goods, Huts, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to the Lenders of
Cheap Prices, the Aiicaue.
Leader of low Prices,
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SATURDAY, JDNE 9, 1888.
Btuir Klntui from Windward Porta
Strar Llkellko from Kithulul
Stmr .las Mnkee from Kupua
ctmr Mokolll from Molokai
Stmr Mlknhalti from Knnnl
VESSELS LEAVING TUESDAY.
Stmr Klnau for Hllo and wny ports at 4
Stmr Llkellko for Kahulul and wny
ports nt 5 p m
Stmr Mlkahalu for Kauai at 6 p in
S S Titgasago Marti for Japan
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl
hchr Lentil for Kotialn at -i p in
6chr Mary for Hnnalcl nt 4 p in
Stmr 0 K Bishop for Walnnno and Wal-
alua atO a m
Stmr Walateule for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Jos Makce for Kapa i at 0pm
Schr Manuokawal from Koolnu
From w Indwnrd ports per stmr Ki
naU, June 0 lira V N Arnold and 'J
children, L Losccr, J A Bockwltli, D
Porter, O Y Aloua, Kokl and 3 chil
dren, It Hotner, J Smith, Master E
Horner, C L Wight, E W I)als, W
Kiug andvrlfc, G V Miles, C B Makce,
G T McLcau and wife, Hon W A. Kin
ney, Hon J Illchardson, Miss E L
Daniels, A. T Atkinson, H A Hcen, M
Scya, Rev T Sclunids, and 101 deck.
From Maul, per stmr Llkcllkv, Juno
9 J M VUas. Apn. Miss Sheldon, A F
Juneir, Tnni Tnl. Hem A V Paeluiole, G
Helnorannu, K Yoshlda and wife, .r
Kalamaaud wife, Rev T Gullck, Mrs
French and 2 children, P D Ungan, A
Borb.i, A P Peterson, Paul Keuinann,
W U Coinwe'l and servant. Aobew, Ah
Wo, IIMonlson, WBcrlowltz, A Fer
nandez, Miss Mary Green, C II Btoad,
W do Frees, H S Swinton, F W Felil
bclirt Mr McConls.tou and Avife, 131
deck and 3 pilsoners.
From Kapaa per stmr Jas Makce,
June 0 J N S Williams, S N Hundley,
O II Willis and -11 deck.
From Kauai per stmr Miknhnla, June
0 Dr J Mott Smith, E Stretz, J Ruben
stein, O L Brlto, S Aukai, A Cropp and
. wife, Miss L Knhalemauna and 31 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kinnu 1,875 bags sugar, 48 bags corn,
ivj nags spuus, iu sucui, juu yo
Btmr Mlkahala 21C2 bags sugar, 20
head of cattle, 150 sheep, 108 hides,
and one horse.
Smr Jas Makee 1777 bgs sugar aud C5
Llkellke 587 bags sugar, 10 hides, 00
sacks petatoes and 2 horses.
The W G Irwlu arrived at Kahulul
on Monday, the J D Spreckcls Tuesday
and the G H Douglass on Friday. The
Irwin sailed again on the last named
day for San Francisco with sugar.
At Onomea Plantation, Hawaii, qn
Saturday, June 2d, the only son of W.
N. and Emma Goodnle, Kged about 0
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Considerable livo matter has been
crowded out of this issue.
Nothing of special interest in the
Police Court this morning.
There will bo no concert on Mon
day evening at Emma Square.
There will bo no entertainment by
tbo Blue Ribbon League to-night.
The annual Sunday School exhebi-
tion was held at Kaumakapili church
Parties applying for the position
of Collector, aro requested to address
P. O. Box 351.
The gang of prisoners grading
King street has almost reached tho
A Scotch tweed sack coat has
been lost, a reward will bo paid for its
A reward is offered for tbo return
of a pair of gold rim eye glasses, that
have beon lost.
There will bo special dedication
services nt Kaumakapili church nt 11
a. m. to-morrow.
Mk. A. M. Howott calls attention
to tho new lines of goods just received
by him ox Into arrivals.
The prices of many articles nt the
Popular Millinery House have been
reduced. See advertisement in an
The bark Alden BoBsio will leavo
for San Francisco on or about the
19th inst. She has superior accom
modations for both stcerago and
The "Owl" has mado its appear
ance with its great soft eyes, nnd
mny be procured at Hewett'a book
store. i m
Bv direction of the Road Supervi
sor, two dump-carts gathered nil the
on the Waikiki road,
Next Monday being a public holi
day and everybody going to tho
races, there will bo no issue of tho
Bulletin on that day.
On Monday evening nt 8 o'clock,
tho Vnndalia Athletic Club will give
a performance of more than usual
interest. Tho programmo will con
sist ot wrestling, boxing, sparring,
and glovo matches, between favorites
from tho ship, and well known locul
talent, interspersed with clog and
jg dancing, nnd negro melodies,
CSlmw Hats In great variety,
Embroidery Chenille, Arniscnc, Hili
uoscne, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
nnd Worsted in all shades at the
At 5 o'clock last evening tho tlie
mometer stood at 89 in the Bulletin
Mn. W. G. Needham,hasMnnlo
nio bay for 6alo in bales or by tbo
Mr. C. W. Macfarlano lias a lot of
Eastern Firo Works of lbs latest no
velties for sale.
Kilauea, Kauai, will have aquatic
sports on Mondnv, Juno 11th, Libue,
horso races nnd Koolnu, Kauai, a big
The Pantheon Saloon has received
n barrel oi tbo celebrated Culnibnchcr
Recr which will be Opened on Mon
day, Juno 11th.
About 10 vehicles, carringes, bug
gies and brakes wero sold nt miction
by Jits. F. Morgan this noon, nt
prices ranging between $50 nnd $80.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
"Engaged," at the Music Hall,
by a select company of amateurs, nt
Adjourned meeting of the Ha
waiian Mission Children's Society in
the vestry of the Central Union
Church, at 7:30 o'clock.
A special meeting of Pacific Hose
Company at 7:30 o'clock, at which
a full attendance is requested.
EVENTS ON MONDAY.
Races at Kapiolani Park. Com
mencing nt 10 a. m.
Picnic of the Sunday School Chil
dren of the Central Union Church,
at "Sweet Home."
THE BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at 4:30
o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: March Strangers Gcnce
Overture Emma Mercadatitc
Finale Bclisario Donizetti
Sclect'on Pinafore Sullivan
Waltz Gjpsy Baron Strauss
Quadrille Rear-Admiral Mlllockcr
A CAMPING PARTY.
The Yacht Nettie, with Messrs.
Auerbacb, Baird, Cockburn, Mist,
Sproull and Starkey, left for a
camping-out expedition to Peat I
River, this afternoon. The Yachts
Pokii, Reform nnd Kapiolani, uitli
parties, will probably leave to-morrow
evening, to join the campeis.
The whole number will return to
Honolulu Monday evening.
Otis Bigelow, Esq., of Washing
ton, D. C., is visiting Honolulu.
Mr. Bigelow, who is connected with
social science societies and religious
organization of the Eastern States,
is making n scientific study of the
Hawaiian people, carefully noting
the native characteristics and com
paring the religious propensities
and differences between the educated
and the ignorant. Mr. Bigelow
visited Knwaiahao Seminary the
other day, and was struck by the
sterility of countenance of some of
the young girls, the masculine faces
of many and expression of firmness
of character in others. Mr. Bige
low is very desiious of studying the
Islands thoroughly, before leaving
for Japan, and so interesting has he
already found this field that he is
quite exuberant with joy.
The steamship Takasago Maru,
which arrived here on the first in
xtant, from Japan, with Japanese
immigrants, is almost ready for the
return voyage, and is expected to
sail on Tuesday, the 12th instant.
The Takasako Maru was formerly
the "Delta" of the P. and O. Com
pany. She is a fine iron ship, built
with exceptional stength. She is
now the propeity of the "Japan
Steamship Company." This is a
wealthy Japanese corporation, own
ing fifty odd steamers and scores of
sailing vessels, mostly engaged in
the Japan coasting trade. The
Takasago Maru is a stranger in our
waters, this being her first visit to
our harbor; but she and her affable
and courteous commander, Captain
J. H. Brown, sxbly seconded by the
chief officer, Mr. Edwards, have
earned the reputation of bringing to
this country the most promiBing
looking lot of Japanese immigrants
ever landed hero, and in the best
and healthiest condition. This latter
fact is partly due to the suitability
of tho vessel for the purpose, but
more particularly to the assiduous
care aud attention of Captain Brown
aud his officers. We shall most
cheerfully welcome the ship and her
commander again to our harbor and
our country, should it be their lot to
return on a similar mission. To
persons desirous of taking a trip to
Japan, the Takasago offers inviting
accommodations. Her saloon and
cabins are not one jot inferior to our
regular mail steamers. Messrs. W.
G. Irwin & Co. arc the agents.
Tho public begins to have a rapidly-growing
feeling that if the ex
plorer Stanley is alive and has
achieved a successful march to the
relief of Emin Bey, it is full time
some report to that effect took flight
from the Central African wilds.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
"The Dally Bulletin." 60 cents
10in Dat Juno 8th, 1888.
.The Ilnuso re-opened at 1.05 p.
in. nnd resumed the consideration
of the Attorney's bill. Section l
was then read.
Rep. E. Brown offered an amend
ment "that nirfecs received under
this Act shall be paid into the Gov
ernment Treasury." He stated
that tho purchase of books should
be provided for in the Appropriation
Noble Hitchcock moved to amend
by striking out the word "nnd" in
the 5th line, and inserting tbo word
Rep. Brown's amendment was
Noble Hitchcock's nmondincnt
Minister Ashford stated that he
should onnnse the bill as a wholo, as
he considered that it invaded the
sanctity of contiacts. The Govern
ment has made conti nets with cer
tain people for which they have paid
a fee, to practice law in this king
dom, nnd this law does away with
these contracts nnd therefore to his
mind is illegal. The Section passed
Stclion 5 was then rend, which is,
"This Act shall take effect and be
come law on the 1st day of January,
Rep. F. Brown moved to indefin
itely postpone this Section. He
said that the lawyers of this House
last Session led the House, and they
were trying to do the same this Ses
sion. This will cause trouble in the
future. This rushing bills through
the House without considering
whether they will sland or not is de
tiimcntal to the interests of the pub
lic. He said that be had leinaiked
that all the lawyers in the IIoihc
last session weie doing this. He
would make one exception, nnd that
was the member from Koolauloa,
but be was sorrj to see that he had
tlopped over to their side this ses
sion. He Baid we should consider
the remarks of the Attorney-General
on this bill before passing it. He
is supposed to know as much about
law as any member in this House,
and he pronounces this bill uncon
stitutional. Motion to indi'finitely postpone
was lost, and the Section passed as
The title was then read and passed.
Noble Smith moved to amend the
wording of Section 1 before the en
acting clause was passed, so as to
lead, "every person" instead of
"persons." The amendment was
cairied nnd the section passed as
The enacting clause was then read
The Attorney-Geneial moved to
refer the bill to the Judiciary Com-'
mittee, as he considered it uncon
stitutional, aasmuch as it interfered
with contracts now in force between
the Government and certain persons.
He cited his own case. He said he
held a licence to practice in all the
Courts of this Kingdom for any
length of timo that he may wish to
do so, ns long as he complies with
the requitcments of that licence, and
for which he paid a ceitain stipulat
ed fee. He also said that that con
tract constituted property, for
which he paid a compensation. Now
what is this but taking away prop
erty from private individuals, and
such an invasion of private rights is
unconstitutional. Speaking as a
private citizen, and not as an officer
of the Government, he said he
would not pay this fee until the Su
premo Court decides that the law
is constitutional. He also said it
would bo well to refer the bill to
this committee of five, who arc law
yers, and were certainly imbued
with as much wisdom as the intio
ducer of the bill. If it is unconsti
tutional let us avoid passing it.
Considerable discussion ensued as
to the proper course to purbuc with
this bill. The President stnled that
he was in a dilemma. The bill had
been passed section by section, and
the only motion in older was to pass
to engrossment or refer to a Com
mittee. Noble Castle said he did not con
sider this bill unconstitutional and
was willing to submit it to the Su
preme Court for their decision.
Passed to engrossment to bo read
a third time on Tuesday.
Second reading of a bill to pro
vide for tho registration of copy
rights. The bill was read by its
On motion the bill was referred
to the Judiciary Committee.
Second reading of a bill to amend
Art. 03 of tho Constitution. Laid
on the table subject to call.
Rep. Brown introduced the fol
lowing resolution : That the pay of
the clerk and Interpreter be 812.00
per day; that the Seigennt-iit-ArniB
bo Sli.00, aud the messenger and
janitor be 83.00 per day. Referred
to Committee on Accounts.
Minister Green replied to Hon.
Townsend that the Government
printing is done by contract. That
it is done by calling for tenders
and awarding to the lowest bidder.
Minister Thurston repl.ving.to the
petition of Peter W. Wnlm, which
asks for a patent for 12 4-10acies
of land, said to have been bought
by hitn in Kipahulu, stated that lit
SSr'At tho AttoADB you onn buy
White and Colored Lnces nt price's
that will astonish 3 on. These Goods
liao never been offered so cheap
beforo in this Kingdom.
knew of only one pieeo of land that
belonged to tho Government there
and that contained only 6 88-100
acres. If he will lend a copy of
his bill of sale, and more data re
garding it, tho Minister may bo ablp
to do something for him. Ha
moved that the petition be laid on tho
uouse aojourneu until iu a,
11th Da.t June 9.
The House opened at 10 n. in.
President S.G. Wilder in the Chair.
Noblo Hitchcock presented a pe
tition from Hilo with G4 names, ask
ing to have the offico of Governor
abolished. Referred to Judiciary
Rep. Nakaleka presented a peti
tion from Lahaina, praying 1st.
That n licence be granted to sell
liquor in Lahnina. 2d. That all
pi isoncrs be compelled to workout
their lines in tho district in which
they are convicted. !ird. That par
ties who have been convicted of any
crime but murder, bo allowed to
vote. 4th. To prevent the sale of
fish except in the market-place.
5th. That no school-teacher shall be
commissioned to teach English who
has notn certificate from some normal
school, stating that he is competent
to teach. Gth. To widen the street
on the southeast side of Awang's
store to tho markcthouse. Referr
ed to Miscellaneous Committee.
Rep. Puehaolo presented a peti
tion from Molokai containing 7
prayers relating to certain pi ivileges
to be allowed lepers. Referred to
He also presented a petition from
Molokai piaying that Arts. 42, 05,
5!), C2, G3 of the Constitution be
repealed. Referred to Judiciary
Noble Castle presented a petition
from E. C. Fisbbourne, praying that
S233.2D, balance due bun 011 con
ti act, be paid. Referred to Finance
Rep. Paeluiole presented a peti
tion from Molokai, piaying that the
expenses of the Government bo re
duced by reducing the salaries of
Government officers, and th it no
money be used except for internal
improvements. Referred to Judi
Rep. Knmaiioha presented a peti
tion tioin Koim praying that 81,550
lie appropiiated for roads in North
Kona. Refcried to Public Lands
ItCrOKTS OF COMMITTEES.
Noble Smith reported from com
mittee on accounts, recommending
that the clerk of the HuubC and In
terpreter be paid $10 per day, the
Sergeant at Arms $5, Messenger
S2.50 aud Janitor 82. Adopted.
Rep. F. Brown reported that 3
bills were printed and ready for dis
tribution. Minister Green replied to Hon.
Kamauoha in regard to expenses o'
running steam tug. He stated that
615,000 were appropriated for this
pui pose in 1880, that this sum was
all expended by Juno 80, 1887, and
that in November, 1887, S5.2G9.48
had been further expended, for
which amount nt tho last session in
December, 1887, an indemnity bill
was passed. An appropriation of
82,58'J was also made at that session
to cover the expenses till march 31.
This amount added to $15,000 makes
S 17,586 total appiopriation, nnd
table B shows that $22,858.48 were
draw 11, being 85,2G9.48 over the ap
propriation for which overdraft the
Legislature of 1887, passed an in
ItllSOI.UTIONS AND DILLS.
Noble Young read a first timo a
bill relating to stiett railways in
Honolulu. Referred to Printing
Noblo Waterbouse read a first
time a bill to prevent commercial
paper being made a circulating
medium. Referred to Punting Com
Rep. Ilelekunihi read a first timo
a bill regulating the ages between
which children shall attend school.
Referred to Printing Committee.
OltDKIl OF THE DAT.
Third rcadiug of tho Police bill.
On motion the bill was referred back
to the engrossing committee for cor
rection. Noble Smith, under the suspen
sion of the rules, intiodiiccd a reso
lution that no bills shall bo intro
duced nfter Juno 15, 1888, except
fiom committees or from the Minis
try. Motion was lost.
The Engrossing Committee re
potted the bill rofei red to them for
correction, as icady for the House to
to net upon, the coirections having
The Attorney-General moved that
the bill pass.
The bill was then taken up and
passed its third leading.
Third reading of the bill relating
to tho Registrar of Conveyances.
The President announced that he
had received un invitation from Mr.
C. O. Berger for the membeis of tho
Assembly to visit Kapiolani Park
ami witness the races on Monday
The House then adjourned until
10 a. m. Tuesday,
THE DAILY BULLETIN UmiIio
X lurneoi circula ion of any tinner
printed in this Kingdom,
00 cents per
tCirDo not full to call at tho
ArtCAtir. and examine the Splendid
Slock of Embroidered Suits at re
A REMARKABLE CASE.
Uuder tho above beading tho
Doiiauter Reporter of July 6th,
1887, publishes tho following in Us
Our readers mny recall the ctr
cumslanco of a young clerk, named
Arthur Rlchold, falling insensible
on the Wcntlcy Lane iu this town
some time ago, and being picked
up, ns he continued perfectly help
less, and taken iu a cab by two
gentlemen to the office of F. W.
Fisher, Esq; the solicitor who em
ployed htm. On restoring him to
consciousness it was ascertained
that he was nflictcd with what
seemed to be an Incurable disease.
When he was nblo to speak he
said ho had been to his dinner and
and was on his way back to his
work, when suddenly his bead was
in a whirl and ho fell iu the street
like a man who is knocked down.
On coming to bis senses iu tho soli
citor's office he thought what this
might mean, and feared he was
going to have a fit of illness, which
wo nil know is a very dreadful
thing for a poor man with a family
to circ for.
With this in his mind he at once
sought the best medical advice,
telling the doctors bow be bad been
attacked. They questioned him,
and found that his present malady
was exhaustion of the nervous sys
tem resulting from general debility,
indigestion, and dyspepsia of a
chronic nature. This iu turn had
been caused by confinement to his
desk and grief nt the loss of dear
friends by death. Tho coming on
of this stiange disease, as desciibed
by Mr. Rlchold, must be of inter
est botli to sick and well. He had
noticed for several years previously,
in fact, that his eyes and face bi
gan to have a yellow look; thcie
was a sticky and unpleasant slime
on the gums aud teeth in the
morning; the tongue coated; and
the bowels so bound and costive
that it induced that most painful
and tioublosome ailment the piles
He says there was some pain iu
the sides and back and u stnsc of
fulness on the right side, as though
the liver weie enlarging, which
proved to be the terrible fact.
The secretions fiom the kidneys
would be scjuly and high-coloured,
with a kind of gritty or sandy
deposit alter standing.
These things had troubled Mr.
Richold a long time, and after his
fall in the street he elearlj" perceived
that the fit of giddiness was nothing
more than a sign of the steady
and deadly advance of the complaint,
which began in digestion and dys
depsia. His story of how he went
from one physician to another in
scat ch of a cure that his wife and
little ones might not come to want K
very pathetic and touching. Finally
ho became too ill to keep his situa
tion and had to give it up. This
was a sad calamity. He was appall
ed to think how he should be able to
live. But God raised up friends
who helped to keep the wolf from
the door. He then went to the sea
side at Walton-on-thc-Naze, but
neither the change, nor the phy
sicians who treated him there, did
any good. All being without avail
he visited London, witli a sort of
vague hope that somo advantage
might happen to him in the metro
polis. This was in October, 1885.
How wonderful, indeed, arc the
ways of Providence, which dashes
down our highest hopes and then
helps us when we least expect it.
While in Loudon he stated his con
dition to a frisnd, who strongly ad
vised him to tiya medicine which he
called Mother tieitfel'a Curative
Syrup, saying it was genuine and
honest, and often cured when every
thing else had failed. He bought
a bottle of a chemist in Pimlico, nnd
began using it nccoiding to the di
rections. He did this without faith
or hope, and the public, may there
fore judge of his surprise and plea
sure when after taking a few doses
be felt great relief. He could cat
better ; his food distressed him less ;
the symptoms we have named abated ;
the dark spots which had floated
beforo his eyes like smuts of" soot,
gradually disappeared, and his
strength increased. Before this
timo his knees would knock together
whenever ho tried to walk. So en
couraged .vaa he now that he l;ept
on using Mothtr tieitjet'ti Uuriitiw
Syrup until it ended iu completely
cm lug him.
Iu Hpeaklng of his wonderful ro
covery Mr. Richold says it mn le
him think of poor Robinson Cm&ou,
apd his deliverance fiom captivity
on Ids island in the sea; and added,
"But for Mother Seigel's Curatito
Syrup the guiss would now be
growing over my grave."
Our readers can lest assuied of
of the strict It ulh of all the state
ments in this most iemirkable case,
ns Mr. Richold (now residing ut
Swiss Cottage, Wulton-ou-the-Naze)
belongs to one of tho oldest and
most respected families in the beau
tiful village of Long Melford,
Suffolk, and his personal character
is attested by so high an authority
as the Rev. C. J. Murtyn, rector
of that paiish, besides other excel
lent names. We have deemed tho
case of hiich inporlaiice to the pub
lic as to justify us in giviim this
ahort account of it in our columns.
January 13, 1888,
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
I WILL SELL FOR
TWO WEEKS ONLY
Lais' MM Underwear, Lais' MM Diimrwr
In Balbrigan, Merinos and India Gauzo at a
Received by last steamer a Fine aud Elegant Lino of
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing
Which 1 ofTer at
BED ROOK PRICES
Received direct from New York and Philadelphia a Fine Lino of
Gents', Ladies' & Childrens' Shoes!
GREAT BARGAINS IN
, LADIES' BLACK SBLK HOSE !
Opposite Irwin & Co.
2- TJEX'S? TWO TV JEEKS J
To close out a consignment of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES
Black Rhadames reduced from $2 50 to SI 75.
Black Grosgrain reduced from $1 75 to SI 25.
Black SpaniBk Flouncing reduced from S3 00 to 82 OO.
Otter Black Silks aud Laces
13 U SI NESS
Are receiving by every incoming- steamer from San
FnmtoTB, Chairs, Pianos, Guitars, Pictures,
Crockery "Ware, Baby Carringes,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto.
Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES m
PIANOS and DFUJreiTCGRIE
Sold on the Installment Plan.
H1ATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Mado to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
FOR SAIB AT
8. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
Take Notice !
MRS & CO.'S
Fancy Goods !