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THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1888.
Junn 1 1
Stmr Wnlmnniilo from Ewa
Bclir Kawullanl for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
StinrW G Hall for Lahalu.i, Jlaalaea,
Kona and Kim at 10 a in
JJktne S N Castle for fnn 1'innelseo
Stmr Iwalanl for Lalialna and llaina-
kna at 8 a m
For San I'muufeui, per ship Alex Mc
Neil, .luno 13-Stis K ltoulcnitx and
child, J llagan, JX Moransoy, MisL
1 Mngnhonml Mrs Bonscy and child.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, .luno
13 Col 7. S Sp.inUHnp. U Ciopp and
wife, Mlsos G and.r Williams, Misses
Malioo ('-)' W Chapman, J M Kanca
kua and w lfe, .1 Kaklna, Miss AVlnton,
Mis Mahoe, ll.SucU, K Ualton, Mr
Morrison, T 1 Seciln, O II WIMifiuid
The Ship Alex McNeil got away for
San -Francisco last evening. She took
20,913 bgs sugar and 5,485 bgs rice.
Value $148,007 .CO.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Attention is called to a wator
notico in another column.
Tiik Hawaiis and Stars will play at
baseball next Saturday afternoon, at
Mr. W. G. Irwin will leavo
Kona by the steamer W. G. Hall
One thousand water-melons
expected from Wnianao by
steamer Montague this evening.
Mn. Egan, who figured in the
Police Court yesterday, was a 6ailoi
from one ot tho men-of-war in port.
It has been suggested that a re
gatta would not bo out of place on
the afternoon of the coming Fourth
A meeting of American citizens is
call for to-moirow evening, at the
Hawaiian Hotel, to consider tho cele
bration of tho approaching Fouith
Commendatory leports ' of the
Road Supervisor have reached the
Bulletin office, for the excellent
road at Moanalua.
In somo parts of the town there,
has been no electric light so far this
week, and the people who reside in
the unlighted places are growling
The steamers Likelikc and Moko
lii will bo due here Saturday morn
ing, the Kinau and Lehua Sunday
and tho Kil.uica Hou on Wednes
day of next week.
The horse "Mink" called at oiu
office door this morning, and exhibit
ed a badly lacerated mouth, which
seems sullicient to account for his
unsteadiness on Monday last.
While Kaopua stood before tho
Polico Justico this morning to rcceiyo
sentence, his wife who has been ill
some time, was dying and when
sontenco had been pionounced, she
' , .
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. De
Graves, who placed a knife, a
hatchet, und a ra?or, under her
husband's pillow, to assist him to
heavon, she said, was committed to
the Insane Asylum.
Mr. It. L. Iliggins and son and
Mr. Stanwood, three of the tourists
who came by the S. G. Wilder, took
in tho Pali yostorday afternoon, and
. dined at O.iliu Prison in the ovening
as guests of Captain Staples.
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Mil. Ilany Byng is making pre
parations for a giand entortainment
in the Opera Houso, on tho ovening
of tho 30th Juno. A variety of talent
is being engaged and a vaiioty pro
gramme is being ni ranged.
A conspiuaov is roportcd to have
beon 'formed to splash tho ltoad
Supervisor and Piesident of the
Board of Health, with the stagnant
water on tho Ewa side of Fort street,
at first opportunity.
In front of Aliiolani Halo, was sold
at 12 noon to-day, tho land of Omo
kau, South Kona, to Kekaula (w.) for
$40, Also tho lease of Kou, in Will
chu, Maui, for 10 yeais to tho Waiheo
Sugar Co, for 2G0 a year.
All members, and especially thoso
who wish to "touch our joung men,"
are cordially requested to attend tho
meeting of tho Debating Society,
thin ovoning, Considering that no
admission feo is charged, no collec
tions taken up, and ice-water is in
abundance, free of charge, it is to bo
hoped that every number will como
and bring his friend.
The baikentino S. G. Wildor sails
at noon to-morrow for San Francisco
and will carry a ninil which closes at
tho Post Office ot 11 o'clock. This
will bo a good opportunity to for
waid correspondence, as the next
eteamer leaving hcie will not arrivo
over until July 8th. Consequently
tho Wilder has twenty-thico days in
which to reach San Francisco beforo
? si raw Hats in great variety,
Kinhrnidwy Chenille, Arrascnc, lllb
boscno, Kmbroiilcry Silk, Zcpliyr
and AVoiated in all shades ut tlio
Omcr Justico Judd. accompanied
by Mr. JuBtieo McCully, paid ii visit
yesterday to the- U. S. S. Vfiuclu
Ha. On his leaving the ship the Ha
waiian flag was run up to the fore
top-mast and a ealuto of 17 guns
The circumstances which led to
the death of the late Thos. Trainor,
and the treatment he 'received fiom
the time of his fall, are being investi
gated and statements nro being
made from paities who had anything
to do with him subsequent to tho
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill or Co. A Honolulu Kiiles, at
Meeting of the Honolulu Com
mandery No. 1 Knights Templar at
tho Lodgo room of Le Progres do
l'Occnnic at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of tho Debating Society
in Oalm Lodgo K. of P.'s hall at
Meeting of St. Androw's Chinch
Association at 7:30 o'clock. At
this meeting Mr. T. R. Walker will
read a paper on "Hasty glimpses
iu the East."
tho Fire Police at
On Saturday afternoon next, a
gnulen party .will ho given at St.
Andrew's Cathedral. Entrance to
the Priory will be from Emma Square
and the party will take placo be
tween the hours of two and six
o'clock. A number of fancy and
useful ai tides will be offered for
sale and ice cream and cake will be
served. The admission is only ten
cents, and a large attendance is ex
pected. POLICE COURT.
Tiiuusdat, June 14 th.
Three drunks, SG each.
F. Blackburn, fuiious chiving,
continued to 15th.
Kaopua, assault with a knife, on
a Chinaman, S25 and 5 days im
prisonment. Geo. Harrigan, larceny, further
continued to 15th.
Kahauinai, assault and battery on
a wahine, 850.
A HOME GROWN APPLE.
Mr. James Olds has a paiadiso of
a home at Kaneohe, across the pali,
on the other side of this island.
This home is down by the sea, where
the refreshing and health-inspiring
trade winds blow most of the year,
without any mountain range or other
obstruction to prevent their ap
pioach. The location is charming
in the highest degree, and to nature
in its native state have been added
by the hand of the proprietor, many
of naturo's beauties. Indigenous
and exotic flowers, plants and trees
grow there in beautiful profusion.
Many of the trees are fruit-produe-
uinff as well as ornamental, ine
apple-tree is among the number, and
if a cbrrect judgment can be formed
from a single fruit brought to the
Bulletin office, does well. This
sample measures nearly three inches
in diameter, and compares to its
own advantage with imported ap
ples of the same kind. Its flavor
lemains to he tested.
Prof. Canaris will give his first
entertainment next Saturday night,
at tho Opera House. Tickets are
now procurable at J. E. Brown &
Co.'s office. The following is from
a San Francisco paper:
Prof. Canaris gives independent
writing on slates held among the
audience and one of the strongest
cabinet manifestations of occult
power ever given in this city at the
Fountain, in his act entitled, "A
Night with the Spirits." He is
nightly tied by sailors and experts,
and everybody says "He can't get
out of that." He is lifted into his
little curtained cabinet on the stage,
surrounded by tho committee chosen
fiom the audience, with full gas
light on, aud lo, the wonder com
mences. Fiom time to tirao tho
curtain is drawn and the professor
is found to bo still tied. The au
dience becomes spell-bound, and
when ho emeiges at last freed from
all tho rope-bindings, the applause
is violent, and everybody asks,
"How does ho do it?"
THE CHINESE LANDING CASE.
The caso of the landing of tho 03
Chinamen by the S. S. City of Pe
kin on May 12, without proper per
mits, is virtually ended. Judgmqut
has been icndeied in two cases, one
was fined 850 and tho other let go.
In the former caso it was shown
that the defendant had never been
in tho country beforo, and in the
latter, though tho defendant's pass
port did not contain his own name,
it was shown by the records of the
Foreign Office that he had been in
the country pioyious to May 12.
Tho remaining Chinamen, about H,
who have not yet been tiled, will bo
subject to the decision in the two
ases. That is, tho90 who can
prove by tho records of tho Foreign
Offico, that they have been In the
country beforo, will bo set freo,
while those who cannot will be fined
JL 2d columns, purely locul iimiur
Mailed to foreigu countries, $5 per
"'iin i n mm iiiib
WaTOents Fine Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods, Hals, Shoes, Ti links,
Valises, Etc., go to tho Lenders of
Cheap Prices, tho AncAtm.
Tho annual meeting of the Asso
ciation closed on Monday. Tho dis
cussions in regard to tho slate of
the churches were vigorous- and
animated. There-was a general fccl
iug of hopefulness and enthusiasm
in spito of ull the obstacles only too
apparent. Tho special committees,
appointed to consider the annual re
ports pieseuted by the statistical
cleric and tho treasurer, reported in
commendation of the fullness and
accuiacy. Tho fact was noticed that
the treasury of the Hawaiian Board
had been overdrawn ncaily two
thousand dollars to meet the current
expenses of the Gilbeit Islands and
Marquesas Missions. Tho contri
butions had diminished while the
expenses had increased. The sec
retary of the Hawaiian Boaul was
directed to take immediate steps to
replenish the tieasury by special
donations solicited to pay off this
dificit. News fiom the Gilbeit
Islands to the effect that vice and
superstition were rampant in almost
every section of tho group. Rev.
W. N. Lono, and family, on Mat
ana, came very near being killed by
a Gilbert Islander, who was infuri
ated because Lono had refused to
give him biscuit and rice. He came
to Lono's house and spent two hours
till ne.irly midnight wijh musket and
hatchet threatening to take the lives
of the whole household. By a mer
ciful providence, he was pi evented
from carrying out his murdeious in
tent and vented his rage in hacking
tho fenco around the house. This
is a new cxpciience in missionary
work in recent yeais.
. The usual vote of thanks for hos
pitalities tendered was passed, es
pecially to Dr. J. M. Smith of Ko
loa, for the gift of a bullock, Mis.
C. A. Biown, foi fresh fish, and to
Hon. J. U. Kawainui, for one day's
Tho question of leprosy was dis
cussed at length, and it was voted
to observe the last Thursday of this
month as a day of special prayer for
guidance and deliverance in view of
the ravages of this "household
breaking disease" as the Hawaiians
now call it. .It was also voted, to
do all that ministers of the gospel
could do, to uphold the Government
in cenerous and needful provisions
for the physical welfare of the nation.
Hon. C. R. Bishop's generous offer
ought to be so administeicd by
the Board of Health as not to give
the Catholic priests at the Leper
Settlement undue influence over the
Tho gossip occasioned by Mr. W.
I. Bishop's entertainment Tuesd.ij'
evening has been surprisingly gicat.
Some would not believe in the mind
reading pait: others knew how it
was done and had done it.
If he'll tell me what I have in my
pocket, a physician said when speak
ing of Mr. Bishop, I'll believe in
him, but not until.
I'd be afraid to have him read
my thoughts, said a young lady, be
cause I would suiely think of some
He'd make a good detective and
could tell who stole tho passports,
a dime novel reader remaiked.
I would not do what Mr. Bishop
did Tuesday evening for $500, a
well known fireman exclaimed. lie
has to bring his mind (tapping his
forehead) within the mind of his
subject nnd his pulse runs at the
death rate, 100; no, not for $1,000.
He could not perform on you, is
the latest "gag". Why? Because
you have no mind 1
You do not know how much I owe
in town, said a lawycrJtp Mr. Bis
hop. I do not know lipFnmuch you
owe, replied the professor, but 1 do
know 3011 will never pay it.
Did you notico the expression of
Mr. Goldberg's face when Mr. Bis
hop was feeling his head? No.
Well, his face said go ahead Bishop,
it's a good advertisement for mo.
Mr. Bishop acquired his power
and knowledge by study, some said,
while others maintained that it was
I wish he'd read Joe's mind and
sec of he ically cares for me, a tall
young lady soliloquized.
A number of tho young men who
witnessed tho performance Tuesday
evening, have been trying niind
reading, using handkerchiefs dag
gers and fair mediums, and gossip
says that several engagements have
been bioken in consequence.
BylhoS. S. "Austiallu" 8lh February,
AND NOW ON SALT3
California Orangcs---primo sample, Barrels
Saurkraul. Kegs Saurkraut, Crates Whito
Heart Cahbarjo, Colory on Ico,
AM) ALL BL'ASONAllI.K VAUIETIK8 OV
AM'I-.KB AND Xa3A.K I
A largo consignment of
Potatoi s, Kiga, C.uineil PruitB, Jellies,
Jams, Prunes, Raisins, Cho3tnuln, Wal.
nuts, IliinlnutB, AlmondnutF, Canned
Tomatoes, Etc., Lie, Em, Elo., Etc.
eriow PnicE to suit the TiMEs-a
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET,
(10 Kitii; Ktri'ft, Honolulu, tf
THE OLDEST DAILY hi the
1 Kingdom 'The Dully Bulletin."
50 ccnta per month.
JKa!f"At tho AnoADn you can bit'
White and Colored Lnccs at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
I II. I.IWII. II ll W.MM WMW I...
13tn Dat Juno 13th.
The House opened at 1 : 15 p. m.
and resumed tho consideration of
the lawyer bill.
Noble Smith withdrew his motion
to reconsider tho vote against pass
ing its third reading.
Noble Waterhouso moved to re
consider the motion.
Minister Ashford stated that he
had heard from a lay member of this
House, that this bill emanated from
tho Judges of the Supremo Court.
If it did,, It seems that they want
to get some law books, and the first
0110 they should bo supplied with is
a copy of Coolcy on Constitutional
limitations, for if they had studied
this work, they never would have
drafted such a bill.
The motion lo reconsider was
Noble Castle moved to refer the
bill lo a select committee, and that
they report on tho licence system of
the country, and if the revenue of
tho country can be increased by a
proper rovision of the licence laws
Referred to a select committee.
Tho chair appointed Hons. Wide
manu, Smith, Waterhouso, and the
Attorney-General on this committee.
Second reading of the bill relating
to the property of married women.
Minister Thuislou said this bill
has been considered section by sec
tion and referred to a select com
mittee. They now report and re
commend certain amendments. Ho
therefore moved to consider only
the sections amended.
Noble Smith moved to consider
each section separately.
Kep. C. Brown moved to indefi
nitely postpone the bill.
The motion to postpono was lost
and the bill was considered section
by section with the amendments,
and passed as read. The title was
amended by inserting the word
"rights" and passed. The enact
ing clause and the bill as amended
passed to be read a third time on
Second reading of the bill relat
ing to copyrights. Tho bill was
considered section by section and
passed with some few amendments.
The title was read and passed ;
afto the enacting clause and the
whole bill as amended, passsdto en
grossment to be read a third time
on Monday next.
Second reading of a bill to amend
section 1253 of the Civil Code, de
fining the duties of agents to take
acknowledgments of instruments.
The bill was read by its title and
referred to the Judiciary Committee.
Second reading of the Military
bill. The bill was considered sec
tion by section. Each section with
the amendments offered by the
committee was passed up to section
five. This section was read as
amended by the" committee.
Rep. Brown moved to further
amend by striking out the words
"one hundred dollars" salary for
Colonel. He said if they wanted a
volunteer military organization let
them have it, if it costs the Govern
ment nothing. He thought the
Government gives enough, when it
finds them in equipments, and ex
empts them from personal taxes.
On motion tho House adjourned
until 10 a. m. to-morrow.
14th Day Juno 14th.
The Houso opened at 10 a. m.,
President S. G. Wilder in the chair.
Rep. Kalaukoa presented a peti
tion containing five prayers relating
to the care of lepers. Referred to
Rep. Paehaole presented a peti
tion fiom Molokai containing three
prayers 1 elating to the same. Re
ferred to Sanitary Committee.
Rep. Kamauoha presentod a peti
tion fiom Kona praying that no Inw
be enacted authorizing tiio sale of
Crown lands. Laid on the table to
be again taken up.
Rep. Kawainui presented a potU
tion from Honolulu praying that tho
Government allow three Hawaiians,
J. Lopez, Kealo.ilii and Meekapu, to
practice medicine on lepers; that
they bo allowed fiv patients each,
and that said patients bo allowed to
remain in their hands 420 days.
Rep. Kamauoha presented a peti
tion from James Kaeo, praying thnt
the sum of $10 ho paid him for work
done on the roads. Referred to Eii
Noble Wnterhonse presented a re.
port from one Dr. S. Meekapu. Re-'
ferried lo Sanitary Committee.
Rep. Kinney reported from tho
Sanitary Committee on the petition
from Honolulu, praying that no
more lepers be sent to Kalawao, un
til after an investigation by this
House, recommending that the peti
tion be laicl on the tabe, as they
consider that this Hoqso has no au
thority to interfero with tho segre
gation of lepers. Accepted.
Ho also reported from tho same
Committco, in relation to tho Den
tistry bill, recommending that the
bill be recoustructpd and that a li
cence fco of 825 bo cliaigcd. an
nually. Tho rpport was accepted,
and referred to tho Select Commit
tee appointed to look into tlie mat
ter of licences.
SSTDo not fail to call at tho
AitCAnn and examine tho Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits at re
Minister Thurston reported on the
petition rcforrcd to him from one
Maikaaloa for $8 for work done in
Hilo, recommending that the peti
tion be laid on the table, as tho
groat length of timo sinco 1880, bar
it by statute of limitation. Adopted.
Noblo Young reported from the
Committee appointed last session to
inquire into the expenditure on tho
Polico Station. The report was
lengthy and was ordered translated
Rep. Kawainui leported from tho
Finance Committee on the petition
from Mololcai, praying that tho pay
of all GoYcrninent olllccis be re
duced, etc., recommending that the
petition bo laid on tho table, to bo
considered with the Appropriation
Also fiom the samo Committee,
on tho petition from Kona, asking
for $400 for a landing at Napoopoo,
recommending that the petition be
laid on the table to bo considered
with tho Appropriation Bill. The
report was referred back to the
Committee, not being sufficiently
Also from tho Committee to whom
the petition of Iokca for $0 over
paid taxes, recommending that the
same be paid and the amount placed
in tho Appropriation Bill. Adopted.
Minister Thurston stated that the
newspapers had reported his re
marks relating to the resolution
concerning the Auditor - General,
leaving out the qualifying remarks,
so that it was made to appear that'
fault was being found with the
Auditor. Such was not the object
of the resolution. The Auditor was
.acting in accoidancc with the Audit
law, and tho object of tho resolu
tion was to bring this dilllculty in
the law to the attention of the Legis
latuie in order that it might be
remedied. Those were the terms of
the resolution and the intent of the
remarks. After the resolution had
been intioduced he had asceitained
that ho had been somewhat misin
formed as to the facts that the
Auditor had objected to the fonn of
the draft, but under the circum
stances would continue to audit the
detail vouchers upon their return
from the Settlement.
Rep. Ilustace asked tho Minister
of the Interior several questions re
garding the legality of Chief Engi
neer C. B. Wilson's action in sus
pending C. J. McCarthy fiom his
position as foreman of Engine Co.
Rep. Paehaole presenfed a reso
lution that the resolution before
brought befoie this House regard
ing a mail carrier between Pukoo and
Wailau, be referred to a select com
mittee. The resolution was carried.
Noble Smith gave notice of a bill
to amend Chap. 53 of the Session
Laws of 188G, relating to the ob
servance of Sunday.
Rep. Paehaole gave notice of a
bill to amend section 10G8 of the
Noble Townscnd gave notice of a
bill to amend section G7, Chap. G3
of Session Laws of 1882 relating to
Noble Widcmann introduced n
resolution that the Minister of In
tel ior give the reason for charging
10 per cent, extra on delinquent
Rep. C. Brown read a first time
a bill to regulate proceedings in
bankruptcy. Referred to Printing
Rep. Kamauoha gave notice of a
bill to amend the law relating to tho
tax appeal board.
Second reading of the Military
bill. Section 5 was brought up for
Rep. C. Brown moved to strike
out "one hundred dollais" pay for
the commanding officer.
The ayes and noes were called on
the motion. Ayes 8, noes 31.
Rep. Paehaole moved to strike
out $100 and insert $50. Tho mo
tion wns lost.
Rep. Kinney asked how long the
Colonel could hold office.
Tho Minister of Foreign Affairs
slated that it was an ovorsight that
supli a provision was not made.
Rep. C. Brown moved to refer
tho bill back lo the Militaiy Com
Third reading of tho hill relating
to patents. "Passed.
Tho House then took recess until
1 p. 111.
WE hae again on linnd a low of
our exceptionally superior Burf
Bouts in sies from 18 to !2l feet. As
theso boats speak for themselves, wo in
vlto inspection. Price as low ub Hiiy.
Wo have nho several 70 lb Clinker,
coppcr.fast, rccrcitlon boats, with ours
and rowlocks, complete. Cnpablo of
holding three perrons. Just the thine
for an Impromptu reguttn, spin around
liarhor. lake or rher. Prlco from GO to
CO dollars. Also a light DaggaKoEx.
press with two portablo disponed scats.
handy for business or a family out of
town, and ono ttrong Hand Ourt. Cheap
for Lash, at J. A. DOWER'S,
Printer's Line, Punchbowl St.
Mutual Tele. No. Has, l. O. HoxNo.4G9.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay any dobls contracted in
my namo without my written order.
W. O. AOHI.
Honolulu, April 31, 1888. 23 tf
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63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Ladies, Please Take Notice !
I WILL SELL FOB
WO WEEKS ONLY
Ladies' MM iMnranr, Ladies' Wed Himrvur
In Balbrigan, Merinos and India Gatizo at 11
Received by last steamer a Fine and Elegant Line of
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing
Which 1 oiler at
BED ROOK PRICES
Received direct fiom New York and Philadelphia a Fine Line of
Gents', Ladies' & Childrens' Shop s I
GREAT BARGAINS IN
LADIES' BLACK SIL&C HOSE 1
Opposite Irwin & Co.
' a i
3 riscr two w jejjsisis s
To close out a consignment of
FRSIGH SILKS and LACES !
Black Rlmdames reduced from 82 50 to $1 75.
Black Grosgraiu reduced from SI 75 to $1 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from $3 00 to $2 00.
Ote BW Sffis and L
Are receiving by every incoming- steamer from San
Fnrnitire, Glairs, Pianos, Mm, Pictures,
Crockery "Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods I
NEW STYLES rsr
3PJclN"OS aud FURNITURE
Sold on the Installment Plan.
RASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made lo Order.
- Mrt ii Pnptioi
ew Soods !
Fancy Goods !
BimnuB ii iriiinj
( Warranted Singers.)
FOR SALE AT
& CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
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