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JCtSTStraw lints In great variety
Embroidery Ohcnlllc, Arrnsrire, Hili
boscuu, Kinhrotdcry Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades at the
BfJrOenls Fine Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Trunks,
Valisc3, Etc., go to tho Loaders of
Cheap Prices, the Aucaoe.
Ji&rAb tho AiiOAnr. you can buy
White and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1888.
VESSELS LEAVINd TO-MORROW.
Stinr Iwalanl for l.alialna and llama
kua at 9 a in
Ship Alex McNeil forSan Francisco at
3 p in
liktno Wrestler for Snu FrancIco
Stmr Mlkalmlu for Kauai at 5 p m
From Hawaii uud Maul, per steamer
W G Hall, June 12 lions K 11 Hall v
and P N Alakec, J S Emerson, 11 E M
Alexander, W O Lane, Kd Smith, PA
Anderson and wife, J Bowler, Mis S J
Levey and child, dipt Do Graves and
For Yokohama, per .Tap S S Takasago
Mam, June 12 G O Nukiyama, Kev D
Keawcaniahl, l)r Yohlda uud wife, O
Blgolow, K Nagano, wife and I! chll
dicn, F FukUftiiliua, 2 Chlueso aud
For 1C paa, per stinr.Ta Mnkco, June
12 Mrs Wilson, R Gray aud 12 deck.
For Maul,' per stmr LlUeilku, June
13 Mr loulau.Mrs S G Wilder Si-, Miss
H Wilder, J .v Wilder, Miss JIusgr.ivc,
MUses Woods .2), Miss Kauunul, J U
Trcssley, Mrs Thuiston, Hon J Naka
lel,a, (J Xotlcy, G Copp, M Baldwin
aud 75 deck.
.tor Maui and Hawaii, per t-tmr Ki
nau. .lime 2 .Mrs it M Whitney, Miss
May, Revs Uahaulullo, Kehuuwu and v
Pall and wife, Miss K IC Daniels, Miss
Warinau, Wal, Wo Uhan, U L ight,
J O .Carter, W 11 i ormvell, Cliuu Lung,
Mr Maeauley and SO deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W G Hall G.037 bgs simar, 11 bgs
coffee and 30 head of cattle.
Thc-h!(tno Wiestler sailed to-day for
San Fr.uieisco, taking lG,01i lugs of
sugar, valued at SS-ViUO.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A jiAir. was forwarded by the ship
Alex. McNeil to-day.
Keaija Mill suspended grinding
on'S.ituiday, for the season.
tho Opera IIouso next
On Monday a foreign three-masted
schooner was seen becalmed G miles
off Konn. coast.
A number of Japanese sailors de
serted the Takasago Maru, the other
day, and aro still at large.
Ppince Albert Kunuiakca was seen
this morning in n blight red holoku
trying to subduo a young cow on
To our readers : Just read the now
advertisements in to-day's issue. You
may find something there of interest
Between 2,500 and 3,000 people
were at Kailua, Hawaii, during tho
festivities thoro on the 11th of June.
The day was wound up with a ball.
The Captain of the Wiestler was
heard to say, in tho Custom House,
this morning, that ho would beat the
Alex. McNeil to San Francisco by
several days this trip.
That polluted water continues to
annoy the pcoplo on Fort street, in
the Beaver block, and the effluvium
becomes moie offensive day by day
When will the authorities find time to
look into tho mutter?
The Takasago Maru left the P. M.
S. S. whaif at 4 o'clock lutt evening,
without the mail from tho Post Office
and without Messrs. Irwin & Co.'s
lettcia. When the mail wagon reach
ed the whaif tho steamer was out
near tho light house. Mr. Fred.
Whitney, "however, got a pilot boat,
and giving chaso hailed the vessel
and succeeded in getting the mail on
The S. S. Takasago Maru took 158
Chinoso passengers 151 men, 1 wo
man and 0 children, for Hongkong,
yesterday afternoon, and, 172 Japa
nese 113 men, 30 women and 19
children for Yokohama. Below tho
list of tho Japanese was appended :
" Permission is hereby granted
to tho abovo named persons to pass
out of tho poit of this Kingdom by
tho S. S. Takasago Maru on tho 12 of
Juno, signed Jno. Austin, Minister of
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co, C Honolulu Hides, at
Meeting of Oahu Lodge No. 1 K.
of P. in its hall on Fort street, at
7 ;30 o'clock.
Meetinc of Mystic Lodge No. 2,
K. of P., in Harmony Hall, at 7
Prayer meeting in tho vestry of
the Central Union Church, at 7:30
Religious services in St. Andrew's
Cathedral, at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of tho Myrtle Boat Club,
at their Club IIouso, at 7 :30 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
Y J. r. MORGAN.
Assignees sale of liquors at tho
store of Blown & Co., Merchant
street, ut 10 a. m.
LEGISLATURE OF 1888. -The Daily
and Weekly Bulletin" contains the
only correct uud reliable reports of tho
proceedings of tho present Legislature.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
w. t. mstiop
Mr. Washington Irving Bishop's
mind reading exhibition, at tho
Opora House, last night, is correctly
characterized by tho phraso "si
thorough success." At 8 o'clock,
the hour announced for the cxperi
ments.to begin, the house was jam
med full of curious or expectant
The curtain rose, and Mr. Bishop,
after announcing in few words that
his physical condition was not the
best for tho performance of what ho
had promised, renucstcd the selec
tion, by the audience, of a commit
tee of a dozen to occupy the stage :
to sec that everything was as ho
professed and that there was no
tiickery in it.
The audience nominated the fol
lowing gentlemen, who went for
ward and took seats on the stage.
Messrs. C. O. Bergcr, S. E. Bishop,
Mullor, W. W. Hall, L. A. Thurs
ton, O. 11. Wilson, J. W. Liming,
C. M. Starkey, Roche, J. F. Smith,
F. M. Swanzy, and F. Spencer. Dr.
Miner aud Dr. Day also went lor
ward, by request, to attend profes
sionally to Mr. Bishop.
These prelimaries being arranged,
Mr. W. I. Bishop stated that he had
been informed a gentleman in the
town, Piofessor Scott, had expressed
disbelief in his (Mr. Bishop's) abil
ity to do what lie professed, and he
therefore invited Mr. Scott, if pres
ent, to take a scat on the stage. Re
peated calls were made, but it was
ultimately reported that the gentle
man was not present, whereupon
Mr. Bishop said he would have a
carriage placed at the professor's
disposal, so that thu latter might
come, if so disposed, without incon
venience. Mr. Bishop explained that he did
not profess to perform anything
supernatural, or to do anything by
spirit agency, but simply to detect
by his own mind what was in the
mind of others, and that the person
operated on must be sincere and
honest, and keep his mind concen
trated on the object sought to be
revealed, otherwise the operator's
mind would be confused and accur
acy would be dillicult to attain.
The first experiment was to dis
cover a person supposed to have
been murdered and tho weapon with
which the deed had been committed
concealed. Mr. Hall was furnished
with a dagger. Mr. Bishop was taken
from the stage and blindfolded by
two or three committeemen, while Mr.
Hall came down among the audience,
singled out a victim for the pre
tend deed, and then concealed the
weapon under the matting in the
passage way of the hall. Mr.
Bishop led Mr. Hall to ' the spot
where the dagger was hidden, drew
it from the place of concealment,
and then conducted him to the vic
tim. Mr. Thurston yvas then asked to
write the name of some person in
the audience, and enclose it in an
envelope, the latter being unad
dressed. The person yvhose name
was enclosed was then ferrelted out,
as in the previous case. Mr. W.
Kinney was the gentleman to whom
the evelope yvas delivered, yvho on
opening it announced that it con
tained his name.
Mr. Swanzy, fiom the committee,
yvas deputed to go among the audi
ence and" abstract articles from three
different persons, and then conceal
them in one parcel. Mr. Bishop,
blindfolded as before, conducted
Mr. Swanzy to tho hidden parcel,
and then restored to each person, in
diffcicnt parts of the hall, one up in
the gallery, his lost property.
The reading of the number on a
certificate of deposit yvas the last
experiment. Mr. Geo. C. AVilliams
yvent on the stage from the audience.
Holding in his hand a sealed envel
ope, he stated that it contained a
S20 certificate, and that no one knew
the number except himself. The
number yvas then privately commu
nicated by him to Mr. S. E. Bishop
and Mr. W. W. Hall. These gen
tlemen accompanied the mind-reader
to the blackboaid, upon which after
a few seconds, the latter chalked the
number 374. The envelope yvas en
trusted to Mr. Thurston to open,
which ho did and declared the num
ber on the note to correspond with
that on the blackboard.
Mr. Bishop having thus correctly
given tho number yvas entitled to
tho $20, but handed it and along
yvith it an equal amount from his
own pocket, to the Chairman of tho
committee, Mr. S. E. Bishop, to be
donated to some local charity.
Dr. Day hero announced that Mr.
Bishop yvas becoming so exhausted,
that ho yvas not lit to proceed with
any moro experiments, The enter
tainment therefore terminated.
The audience- was brimful of en
thusiasm. In fact, so full that it
could scarcely bo restrained at times
from applauding before the proper
moment had arrived, At the close
of each experiment the clapping
and other expressions of satisfac
tion yvete deafening. The disap
pointment of the postponement of
the previous week yvas fully atoned
for by the success of last night.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
"The Dativ Bulletin." 00 cents
12th Day June 12th.
The IIouso opened at 10
President S. G.
Wilder in tho chair.
Noble Watcrhotiso proscnted a
petion from the Hawaiian Evangel
ical Association, praying that the
sale of liquor bo piohibitcd in this
kingdom. Laid on the table to bo
considered with a bill on the sub
ject. Rep. C. Brown presented a peti
tion from one Hosea, praying that
he be refunded certain money paid
twico by him for taxes. Referred
to Finance Committee.
Rep. Paohaolc presented a peti
tion from Molokai containing lour
prayers relating to lcper3. Referr
ed to the Committee on Miscella
Rep! Kamauoha presented a peti
tion fiom Kalawao, Molokai, con
taining several piaycrs. Kefcrrod
to Sanitary Committee.
Rep. Pachaolc presented a peti
tion from Kalayvao, praying that the
Leper Hospital at Kakaako be abol
ished, and that two receiving hospit
als be maintained on Molokai. Re
ferred to Sanitary Committee.
Rep. Nakaleka presented a peti
tion frour Molokai asking for cer
tain chances in the administration
of the affairs of the Bo.ud of
Health. Referred to Sanitary Com
mittee Rep. Pachaolc presented a peti
tion from Molokai piaying that 2,
000 be appropriated for landings at
Pukoo, Kauiiakakai and Kamalo,
and 1,200 lor h whaif at Kalau
papa. Refoircd to Public Lands
Rep. Kamauoha presented a peti
tion f i oin llilo, from onu Waialec,
for 5150, promised to him for build
ing a certain road. Refcncdto Fi
Rep. C. Brown lcported from tho
Judiciary Committer, recommend
ing the passage of the Patent Rights
Bill yith two very slight amend
ments. On motion the report yvas
accepted and laid on the table to be
considered yyith the bill.
He also leporled from the same
committee on the bill regulating
Labels and lrade Maiks, recom
mending its passage, yvith a few
slight amendments. Accepted and
laid on the table to be considered
yvith the bill.
Noble Hitchcock reported from
the Special Committee, to yvhom yvas
refcned the Married Woman's Bill,
recommending its passage, yvith the
following amendments, Section 1 to
read as folloyvs: That no sale or
mortgage of her real estate shall be
valid without the written consent of
her husband ; that Sec. 2 be amend
ed so as to read as follows : A mar
ried woman may make contracts
oral and written, sealed and unseal
ed, in the same manner as if she
yvcre sole, except that she shall not
be authorized hereby to make con
tracts for personal service, yvithout
the written consent of her husband.
That Section 13 bo amended by
striking out all after the word heirs,
in the 13th line, and add thereto,
"Subject to a life interest of the
husband in one-third of the wife's
real estate." And that Sec. 10 be
amended by inserting the word
personal before property. The re
poit yvas accepted and laid on the
table to be taken up yvith tho bill.
Rep. Kalaukoa offered a resolu
tion to the effect that the Minister
of tho Interior be ordered to in
struct the Board of Iloalth not to
. send certain people from Kakaako
to Molokai, until the views of this
IIouso have been obtained on the
several resolutions noyv before tho
Assembly relating to lepers. Laid
on the table.
Noble Castle read for tho first time
a bill to give Circut Judges certain
powers. Referred to Piinting Com
mittee. Ho also read two other bills, one
to amend tho Act lelating to Private
Ways and Water Rights ; and one
To Provide foi the Importation and
Sale of Alcohol. Both bills referr
ed to Printing Committee.
Rep. Pachaolc offered a resolu
tion to the effect that a select com
mittee be appointed to proceed to
Molokai and report upon the condi
tions of thu lepers confined there,
and, that the expenses of the com
mittee be pnid out of tho appropria
tion for this Session of the Legisla
Noblo Young moved that this
committee bo authorized to tako two
physicians yvith them, aud also two
Rep. C. Brown amended the mo
tion, that tho two doctors be select
ed by the Committee.
Tho President ruled that tho re
solution must be taken from the ta
ble in order to be amended.
Rep, Kamauoha moved tho recon
sideration of the resolutions, yvhich
Rep. C. Brown offered an amend
ment, that tyvo physicians in no yvay
connected yyith the Board of Health
be taken by this Committee.
Noble Smith moved an amend
ment to mako it discretionary with
tho Committee whom they should
tako, but tho number not to exceed
Rep. Kauhi moved an amendment
that if tho Committee chooso to take
tyvo physicians yvith them, they pay
them for their services.
Noblo Widemann said that ho did
not think that a committee would bo
able to elicit any information in re
gard to the treatment of lepers, and
allowing this commlttco to take phy
sicians will be an extra expense for
yvhich vrc shall receive no benefit.
If any benefit was to come from it
he would support the measure,, but
as it is holiopcdt ho resolution would
not pass. He said he had been to
Molokai officially and accidentally,
and he did believe that such com
mittees ns this resolution contem
plates would do the public no good,
and would do those poor unfortu
nate people much harm, as it makes
them discontented with their lot.
Noble Smith said he hoped the
resolution would pass, as several
petitions arc before this House for
the removal of the President of the
Board of Health; also for the re
moval of the doctor at the Settle
ment. "Within tho last few days we
have seen in the newspapers where
people havo resorted to arms, and
shots have been exchanged in the
capturo of lepers. Noyv all these
things should be investigated. It
may be the fault of the Government,
or it may be tho fault of the lepers,
and their complaints may be frivol
ous, but a thorough investigation
should lie made and reported to this
House, therefore he favored the ap
pointment of an investigating com
The amendment of Noble Smith
was carried and the resolution as
amended yvas adopted.
The Chair then appointed the fol
lowing Committee :
Paehaolc, Daniels, Kinney, Helc
kunihi, Gay, John Richardson, S.
The House adjourned until 1 p.m.
The House resumed at 1.15 p
and took upthe
ORDER OF THE DAT.
Third reading of the Prison
spector's bill. Passed.
Third reading of bill providing
for the commutation of terms of ira
piisoumcut of prisoners in ceitain
Second reading of bill defining
adultery. Indefinitely postponed.
Second reading of a bill relating
to stamp duties. Referred to Finance
Second readinc of bill regulating
suits by or against the Government.
Referred to Judiciary Committee.
Minister Thurston stated that he
hadjbecn informed that the member
from Molokai had stated that lepers
were taken and sent to Molokai yvith
out an examination. If such a state
ment was made it is utterly false, as
every suspect is examined by a
board, consisting of three physi
cians Dr. Emerson, Dr. Trousseau
and Dr. McKibbin. Their diagnosis
of the disease is put down in writ
ing, and if one of them thinks that
the suspect has not got the disease,
they are not sent.
Rep. Nnkaleka said that he got
his information from patients at
Molokai, that this explanation yvas
something like that yvhich yvas made
about wood, and had he been in tho
House at the time such explanation
yvas made, yvould have contradicted
Minister Thurston, under the sus
pension of the rules, asked leave to
introduce a resolution. He stated
that the Auditor-General refused to
audit any more bills unless accom
panied by vouchers for certain ex
penses connected yvith the care of
lepers. He also says that the audit
law does not allow him to audit a
nut unless it is accompanied by a
voucher. This may be all right in
Honolulu, but there it yvill yvork
much harm, as vouchers for expenses
cannot ahvays be had in lime. Mr.
Meyers has sent for about a 81,000
for current expenses at the settle
ment, and the money should go up
to-night, but the Auditor-General
refuses to audit the amount aud the
money cannot he drawn fiom the
Tieasury. This may lead to some
trouble, and in the future to avoid
all tiouble yvould ask to have the
In answer to a question how this
had been done before, the Minister
said that it yvas only noyv the Auditor-General
had refused to audit any
drafts from there for current ex
penses, so long as there was money
in the Treasury.
Following is the resolution:
Resolved, that whereas tho Minis
ter of tho Interior has informed the
Legislature that tho Auditor-General
has declined to sanction the with
drawal of money from the Treasury,
for certain necessary expenses of the
leper settlement, under the claim
that the audit law does not allow
him so to do ; and whereas the lack
of such money yvill woik serious in
jury to tho public interests, there
fore the Judiciary Committee is
hereby instructed to inquire into the
abovo mentioned state of facts, and
recommend at as early a date as
practicable such course as may be
necessary to avert such injury.
Noblo Hitchcock moved to take
bills 12 and 13 from tho table and
consider them. Carried.
And on motion of Rep. C. Brovm
bill No. 12 regulating the "Issuing
JFSTDo not fail to call at the
Arcade and examine the Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits tit re
of Patents" yvas taken up first, and
considered section by section.
Section 1 was read, amended and
Section 2 was road and passed, as
also tho title and enacting clause to
engrossment, to bo read a third time
on Thursday next.
Second reading of a bill to pro
vide for'thc registration of "Prints
Tho bill yvas read section b sec
tion with the report of the Judiciary
Committee in connection yvith it.
Some amendments were made.
Tho title and enacting clause yvcre
road and passed, yvith the amend
ment to tho title by adding the
words "Trade Mark." The bill
passed to engrossment, to be rend a
third time on Friday next.
Adjourned until 10 a. m. to-morrow.
13th Day June l.'ith.
Tlie House opened at 10 a. in.
President S.G. Wilder in the Chair.
Rep Kamauoha presented a peti
tion from Kona praying that an ap
propriation of 8 100 bo made for a
landing at Napoopoo. Referred to
Rep. Knmai presented a petition
from one Maikaaloa of llilo, pray
ing that he be paid S7 for yvork ho
performed on the roads in 1880.
Referred to Minister of Intel ior.
REPORT or COMMITTEE.
Rep. F. Brown reported that tyvo
bills had been printed and were
ready for distribution.
Rep. Kinney reported from the
Judiciary Committee on the bill re
lating to Copyright, recommending
certain amendments. The report
was received and laid on the table
to be considered yvith the bill.
Rep. C. Brovm reported from the
Judiciary Committee on the bill to
repeal section 55 of the Penal Code,
recommending its passage. The
report yvas adopted and the bill
passed to engrossment to bo read a
third time on Saturday.
He also reported from the same
committee on the bill "relating to
suits brought by or against the Gov
ernment, recommending its passage.
The report yvas accepted and laid
on the table to be considered with
Also from the same committee on
the bill relating to rcyvards of shcr
ffs, etc., recommending its passage.
The report yvas accepted, and laid
on tho table to bo considered yvith
Rep. F. Brown reported four more
bills printed and ready for distribu
tion. Noble Young reported from the
Miliary Committee on the bill relat
ing to the Military forces of tho
Kingdom, recommending its passage
with some amendments.
The report yvas laid on the table
to be considered yvith the bill.
UESOLUTIONS AND I1II.LS.
Rep. Rice gave notice of a bill to
repeal section 51 of the Civil Code,
relating to the carrying of passen
gers by vessels.
Rep. Kalaukoa gave notice of a
bill to regulate the practice of medi
cine in the Kingdom. Also to make
surveyors take out a licence.
Rep. Paehaolc offered a resolution
that S3 be inserted in the Appro
priation Bill to refund one Opu for
taxes paid twice. Referred to Fi
Noblo Hitchcock read a first time
a bill to better prevent the illicit
tralllc in spirituous liquors. Re
ferred to Printing Committee.
Rep. F. Brown read a first time
a bill to amend section 12 of Session
Laws of 1882, relating to the sale
of wines and spirits. Referred to
Rep. Nawahinc offered a resolu
tion that the Minister of Finance bo
. requested to refund Kamamahimoku
the sum of 88, being amount of
taxes paid twice. Referred to Min
ister of Finance.
OltDEll OK THE HAY.
Third reading of the Layvycr bill.
Noblo Castle offered an amend
ment to section 3, changing "tyYcn-ty-fivc"
to "fifteen." Carried.
Noble Smith moved to indefinitely
postpone, and spoke at length
against tho bill.
Noble Castle spoke in favor of the
With" the view of overtaking our
reporter to-day, his full notes of the
discussion is omitted. J
Tho ayes and noes yycre called on
the passage of the third reading of
tho bill. Ayes 22 j Noes 23.
Noble Smith moved tho vote be
Motion to take a recess until 1 p.
m. yvas carried.
Kotlce under tlili htatl ure clmrgeil JO cent
per line for theflitt Intertlon, (mil B etiitt per line
ectru utlilllloiiiil Intcvtivn.
YEE KEE, !)1 Nuuaiiu street, has
just loctlvrd a very lino assort
ment of Chinese and other ornaments
which ho ollctB for Fdo at low figures.
XX. liter on ten all tlio way
Louis, for Eule at the Pantheon. 57 tf
NOTHER lot of DriuiRlit Beer
on Ico all tho yay frem St. Louft,
for sulo at tho Pautlieon. 07 tf
THE ONLY PAPER read by all
claBscs-'-Tho Dully Uullotln.'1 .60
cents per mouth.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
I WILL SELL FOR
Laflies' MM DMerwear, Ladies' MM Mraiir
In Balbrigan, Merinos and India Gauze at a
Keeeived by last stcanu'r a Fine and Elegant Line of
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing
Which I ofi'er at
BED ROOK PRICES
Received direct fiom Noyv York
(rents', Ladies' &
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Opposite Irwin & Co.
&S TOSISCl? TWO W JEEJES:
To eloo out a consignment of
FREICH SILKS and LACES !
Black Rhadames reduced from $2 50 to $1 75.
Black Grosgrain reduced from SI 75 t$ 81 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from $3 00 to $2 00.
Qte M Sis ai Laces-Mrt ii Priori!.
Ave receiving by every incoming steamer from San
Mew Hoods h Hew Ooods !
Furniture, "Cliairs, Pianos, (Mars, Pictures,
Crockery "Ware, Baby
Fancy Goods !
.NEW STYLES EST
Sold onjjtlie Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMHS
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
FOR SALE AT
G. WEST & CO.'S, I05 Fort Streat,
Take Notice !
and Philadelphia a Fine Line of
Childrens' Shoes !
6LK HOSE !
Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto.
Fancy Goods !
.ii2U-1 fr-irf4i foffffr&ii
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