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Valises, Etc., go to the Leaders of
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Leader of Low Prices.
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F1UDAY, JUNK 15, 1888.
Stmr U K Bishop fiorn AYaialnn a d
Stmr J A Cummins from Hawaii
Schr Mol Wnhhio fiom Hawaii
Sclir Balnbow from Koolau
Stmr W G Hall for Lahaina, Jloahica,
Kona and Kau at 10 a m
Bktno S G Wilder for San Francisco
Stmr Iwalanl for Lahaina and llama-
kua at 8 a m
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr 0 It Bishop for a circuit of Oahu
at 0 a m
For Lahaina, Maalacu, Koua and
Kau, per stmr G 1 1 nil, Juno 15 V
G lrwln, Bishop of Olba. Air Hatch, E
Smith, Mi a J Shaw, An Choug. M Soya,
35 Jf Walsh, Mrs Damon and a eh, S L
Desha, Miss Silva and 2 bisters, Father
Clement, E Hutchinson, Kauhanc, Mrs
Aholo, Itev Mr Gulick, Mis Kitchen
and 3 ch, O B Makce and 75 deck.
For San Francisco, per blttuc S G
Wilder, .Tunc 15 U (i Wilson, J S
Tinner, It LHiwins, W Illgglns, TN
33dvaids and J S Shin wood.
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr C It Bishop 222 1 bgs paddy.
The hark Julio sailed for 1'uget Sound
yesterday, and the baik T.och l.ee clear
ed for JSurcka, Humboldt.
The bktneSG Wilder sailed for Sau
Fiauoisco this noon with 17,085 bgs pu
gar, -153 bnciii bananas, 50 pkgs olives
and S3 pkgs of llsh in oil, Value 92,
CD0.70. LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Next week the I. I. S. N. Co. will
move into their new ollico on Queen
Tun steamer C. It. Bishop will sail
at 9 o'clock to-moiiow morning for a
circuit of Oahu.
The Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company is offering the stock pur
chased from A. W. Pierce & Co., at
Tun long needed religious wants
of the community at Maluikona aro
to be filled at onco by a Catholic
Chapel being fitted up there.
Special attention is called to a
notice from tho Superintendent of
Water Works, to holders of water
privileges, in our by Authority col
umn. It is said to be in contemplation
by the Mahukona people, tdiorlly
to establish a society for the enlight
iug of thobo who sit or roam around,
in "inside" darkness.
The "Hawaiian Gazette Co." has
been given tho contract to print and
publish the English version of tho
laws of 1888, and tho 'Tress Publish
ing Co." the native version.
The Itoad Supervisor was remedy
ing the evil of tho "Beaver Creek,"
with woikmen and dump-carts of
sand, this afternoon. "Lot us be
truly thankful for what we have re
ceived." Mn. Josoph Tinker was rudely ar
iested and afterward liberated last
cvoning on account of his dog fright
ening ix nativo boy. No charge was
oateied against Mr. Tinker at tho
Mns. Emma Quinn was brought
beforo the Folico Justico, yesterday,
on the fourth charge of having de
serted her Husband, Peter Quinn, and
was sentence to 40 days' imprison
ment. When bcntcnced had been
pronounced, Iho lady spitefully said
that she didn't caro, she liked the
Tim steamer C. It. Bishop, which
arrived last evening from Waialua
and Wnianao, brought a boiler and
two sections of a smoko stack from
tho latter place, to bo 10-shipped to
Naalehu plantation, Hawaii. Tho
steamer W. G. llu.ll took tho boiler
this morning and will take the smoke
stack sections noxt tiip.
CONVENTION AND VACATION.
It having been reported that a
number of teachers hero were very
desirous of attending tho Teachcis'
Convention to bu held at San Fran
cisco in July; and it having been
suggested that the timo of this sum
mer vacation might bo changed, so
ns to allow tho teacliers an opportu
nity of attending the convention, a
Bulletin representative called upon
Mr. Smith, Secretary of tho Board
of Education, this morning, to make
Mr. Smith said that only one
teacher had spoken to him about at
tending the Convention, and that
teacher was Prof. Scott, whom tho
Board thought would be a proper re
presentative, and accordingly grant
ed him leave of absence to cnablo
him to attend.
The regular vacation term will
begin on tho 27th of July, and last
until the mlddlo of September. The
Board ha- no intention of making
JOB PRINTING of all kinda esc
euled ut the Daily Bulletin Oftlco
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Mooting of Pacific Degree Lodgo
No. 1 Daughters of Rebecca in the
hall of Excolaioi Lodge I. O. O. F.
at 730 o'clock
Drill of Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Religious services in St. Andrew's
Cathedral at 7 o'clock.
Meeting of Hawaiian Tribe No. 1
I. O. R. M. in the hall of Oahu
Lodge K. of P., Fort street, nt 7:80
Meeting of American citizens at
tho Hawaiian Hotel, to make ar
rangements for tho observance of
July 4th, at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Williams will deliver a lec
ture on "Tho Lights of Asia" in
Harmony Hall at 7 :43V clock.
Dance by the Hawaiian Social
Club in tho'ir hall.
Garden Party at St. Andrews
Priory from 2 p. m. until G p. m.
Baseball match between the Stars
and Hawaiis at Makiki in the after
noon. Band Concert at Emma Squaro at
4:00 p. in.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BV L. J. LEVEY.
Regular cash sale at 10 a. in., at
salesioom, corner of Queen and
MRS. WILLIAMS' LECTURE.
Mrs. Florence Williams will lec
ture in Harmony Hall this evening,
on the "Light of Asia." This
talented lady is not a stranger in
Honolulu, but has on several pre
vious occasions presented bright
and original thoughts to audiences
here. To those who have been pri
vileged by hearing her no commen
dation is needed, but those who
have not are confidently assured
that an evening's intellectual feast
ing is prepared for them, and they
have but to so and libten, to enjoy.
THE DEBATING SOCIETY.
The weekly meeting last night was
well attended, and tho debate proved
very interesting. The subject was
"That tho practice of issuing war
rants of arrest for other than felonies
and breaches of the peace should bo
abolished by the Legislature." In
discriminate as 'this assembled wis
dom was, it was fair to assume that
the club was voicing public opinion,
there being only one member on
the negative side. The remarks of
one member especially elicited ap
plause, when he stated that although
the world around us had advanced
Hawaii had been at a standstill with
her lawmaking, thus causing an un
avoidable clashing between liberal
ideas and fossilatcd bigotry.
The next subject will be: The
abolition of the passport system.
Everybody is invited. You need
not be a member to be able to at
Friday, June 15th.
Lung Po vs. Guin Guin Co.,
Leong Ling Co. garnishee. From
the 13th. Continued until moved
Kancalii vs. E. M. Nakuina, from
the 13th. Continued to the 20th.
Ana vs. O. J. Holt, Jr., from the
13th. Continued to 20th.
Geo. Harrigan, larceny ; nol.
Six Chinamen, assault and bat
tery. Tin eo were discharged and
three fined $10 apiece.
W. C. Longsbury, drunkenness,
F. Blackbunijfurious driving,81o.
Seven Chinamen, disturbing the
quiet of the night, on this afternoon.
A SHORT CUT TO OFFICE.
Following is an adveitiscmcnt
from tho Washington Evening Star
I will give any one who will get
me a place in any one of tho Gov
ernment Departments that will pay
mo $G0 or more a month 10 per
cent for two years. Address box
125 Star Office.
Advertisements like tho above,
which appear every few da3's in tho
Washington papers, indicato that
the olllce-brokers arc enjoying an
excellent trade this year.
WE have again on hand a few of
our exceptionally biiperlor Surf
Boat in sb.es Irom IS to iM feet. As
these boats epealc for tlicmscliu, wo in
vlto insiiecllon. Pilco ns low as any,
Wo liuvo nlso several 70 lb. Clinker,
coppcr.fust, recreation boats, with oars
and rowlocks, complete. Capablo of
holding three perfons. Just tho thing
ivv an 1 liinomptu regatta, spin around
ban or, lake or rl or. J'rieu from 50 lo
GO dollars. Also a light DaggngeEv.
pros with two portable cushioned Heats,
handy for business or a family out of
town, ami ono strong Hand Cart. Cheap
forcusli, at J. A. DOWEU'S,
Pi inter's Lane, Punchbowl St,
Mutual Telo. No. 825, P. O. BoxNo.459.
. . . ' - - -
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay any debts contracted m
my uamo without my written order.
W. O. AOBI.
Honolulu, April 21, 1888, 23 l
14tu Day .Tune 14th.
Tho House resumed at 1 p.
and took up the
OIlDEt: Or TUK DAY.
Second leading of tiic bill relat
ing to pounds and estrays. Tho bill
was referred to a Special Com
Second reading of a bill relating
to suits by or against the Hawaiian
The bill was read by its title.
Noble Smith moved to consider
tho bill section by section. Carried.
Sections ono and two were passed
as icad. Section three was read.
Noble Smith said ho could not sec
why a majority of the Judges of the
Supreme Court should havo to de
cide that the claim is a fair subject
for judicial investigation. It was
getting tho opinion of tho Judges
before tho trial takes place. Ho
thought that no such safe guards
shoufd bo thrown around the Gov
ernment, but that the individual
should have the same privileges as
Minister Ashford stated that in
Amciica no State can be sued by an
individual. Before the new Consti
tution a suit could not bo brought
against this Government without tho
consent of the Privy Council, but
this law contemplates that this
power shall be tested in the Supicmo
Court, lie thought "that somebody
should decide whether or not n suit
should bo brought against the Gov
ernment. It was argued when this
bill was framed that this power
should be vested in the Cabinet, but
was abandoned, as a suit might arise
from some direlection of the
Cabinet, and they might refuse to
have a suit entered against the Gov
ernment, as it might air some of
their actions, so they decided to place
this authority in tho hands of tho
Noblo Smith moved to indefinitely
postpone this section. He did not
believe in the sanctity of tho Gov
ernment. Why should not their
actions be exposed as well as indi
viduals. Noble Widemann said he did not
see why if the Government injured
him he could not bring suit against
it. He did not go so far as Noble
Smith and ask for indefinite post
ponement, but thought that one
Justice of the Supreme Court should
have the power.
Rep. Kinney said he did not think
that the power should be vested in a
majoiity of the Justices, but that
one should have the power. He did
not believe in granting such power
to Supicme Judges, but it could not
be trusted in the hands of the
Cabinet, and he thought that per
haps one Justico might be delegated
to exeicise that power. He favored
the amendment to make it ono Jus
tice instead of a majority.
Noble Smith accepted tho amend
ment and withdrew his motion to
The section then passed as
Section four was read and passed
as in tho bill.
Also sections 5, 0, 7, 8, were read
and passed as in the bil.
The title, and enactment clause
were read and passed. The bill
then passed to engrossment to be
read a third timo on Tuesday next.
Noblo Young under the suspen
sion of the rules presented a report
from the Military Committee, re
commending ceitain amendments.
Noble Smith moved to again refer
tho bill to the Military Committee.
Noble loung said that the bill
could be amended in the House bet
ter than in committee.
Noble Smith's motion was car
ried. Second reading of a bill relating
to rewards to Sheriffs, Constable,
etc. Passed to engrossment to be
read a third lime on Wedneday
Second reading of bill relating to
the security for costs. On motion
the bill was laid on the table to bo
considered with the report from the
committee appointed last session to
investigate tho Judiciary of the
Second reading of a bill relating
to the taxation of costs. On motion
tho bill took tho samo course as tho
Second reading of a bill relating
to the regulation of tho Bureau of
Public Instruction. On motion the
bill was rcf cried to the Committee
Second reading of n bill to pro
mote the construction of a steam
railway on tho Island of Oahu.
Rep. C. Brown said ho was in
favor of the bill with a good many
alterations, and moved that it be
referred to a Select Committee.
Noble Smith supported tho motion
and' added that tho President shall
bo ono of tho committee. The mo
tion was carried.
The chair appointed tho following
committees, on railroad: Widcrnann,
G. N, Wilcox, Wilder, Young and
On Pounds, Estrays, otc. : C.
Btown, F. Gay, Paris, Thurston and
On mall route from, Pukoo to Wal
lau: Pachuolo, Nakaleka and Ka-uiauoiiu.
Cfiy-At iho AitcAnn you can buy
White and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
havo never been offered so cheap
beforo in this Kingdom.
Rep. Kawalnui reported that four
hills bad been printed and were
ready for distribution.
Tho Prcsidont presented a petition
that was sent to the House, praying
that Fort street bo extended lo
Pauoa. Rofcrrcd to Public Lands
Second reading of n bill to pre
vent tho issue of commercial paper
as a circulating medium. On mo
tion the bill was referred to the
Second reading of a bill to nmend
Section 4 of Chapter G2 of the
Penal Code. Referred to Sanitary
Second reading of a bill to amend
tho law relating to tho term of tho
Second Judicial Circuit Court. Re
ferred to a Special Committee.
Second reading of a bill to facili
tate the proof of service of process
in civil cases. On motion the bill
was laid on the table to bo con
sidered with the report from tho
Special Committee on tho Judiciary.
The chair oppointed on the com
mittee to whom tho bill to change
tho place of holding tho term of the
Second Judicial Circuit Court, was
referred: Paehaolo, Horner, Makee,
Daniels and Bailey.
The House then adjourned until
10 a. m. to-morrow.
15th Day June 10th.
The IIouso opened at 10 a.
President S. G. Wilder in the chair.
Rep. C. Brown presented a peti
tion from Waialua Stock Ranch,
praying that S1G be refunded them,
said amount being over-paid taxes.
Referred to Finance Committee.
Rep. A. S. AVilcox presented a
petition from one Keaka, praying
that $5 be refunded him for taxes
paid twice. Referred to Finance
Noble Richardson presented a
petition praying that a mail, carrier
be appointed to cairy mails between
Ilouokohau and Lahaina. Referred
to Minister of the Interior.
Rep. Kalaukoa presented a peti
tion from Honolulu praying that an
appropriation be made to ex
tend Liliha street to Wiley street.
Referred to Public Lands Commit
tee. REPORTS OF COJ1MITTEES.
Rep. C. Brown reported from
special committee to whom was re
ferred the bill relating to agents to
take acknowledgments, recommend
ing that a new section be added and
and several amendments made.
The report was laid on the table
to be taken up in due order.
Minister Thurston replied to tho
questions of Rep. Hustace, relating
to the suspension of Mr. C. J. Mc
Carthy from the command of En
gine Co. No. 2, stating that tho
Chief Engineer acted in accordance
with the law, and that the law' did
not confer any authority on the
Minister of the Interior to interfere
in the affairs of the Fire Depart
ment. They have the power, to
make their own by-laws, and' any
opinion he might express, would bo
only a personal one, and would have
Rep. Hustace moved to refer this
report to a select committee, with
instructions to inquire into and
make such recommendations as they
may deem proper, for tho control
and government of tho Honolulu
Rep. C. Brown moved to la' the
motion on the tabic. It was beneath
the dignity of the House to take up
personal squabbles among mon or
olllccrs in the Fire Department.
The law confers on the Minister of
the Interior the supervision of this
Department, and if any change in
the laws governing it is needed, tho
Minister of the Interior is fully
capable of recommending such
Rep. Kinney did not agree with
the member from Koolauloa, to lay
this report on the table. Although
he did not believe in taking up per
sonal squabbles? ho did believe in
having any grievances lhat might
arise in that Department thoroughly
investigated. The members of the
Department have no tribunal to
appeal to, and if they appeal to
this body their complaints should
Minister Thurston thought the
member from Koolauloa was mis
taken when he said that the Minis
ter of tho Interior has control over
the Department. Thcro is no law
that gics him tho slightest control.
Noblo Townsend said that there
was no redress for the minority as
the law now stands. If the Chief
Engineer oversteps his authority,
and by so doing any ono is aggriev
ed, tiiero is no redress for such
grievance, and ho should support
tho motion to refer to a select com
mittee. Rep. Brown said that the discus
sion was out of order, as tho re
port of tho Minister, answering tho
questions, ended the matter, and if
it is to be brought up again, it muBt
bo done so by resolution.
The President ruled that the disi
cusslon was in order, and also the
motion from tho member from Hono
lulu. This ruling was appealed
from, but the II01160 sastained tho
ruling of the President. Motion to
refer to a special committee was
Minister Thurston replied to the
Hon. Noblo Widemann in regard to
n surcharge of 10 percent to tho in
habitants of Honolulu for water
rates, slating that it was a mistake
on his (Mr. Widoraann's) part; that
there is nosurchargc. The law passed
by the Legislature of 188Gj of which
body tho Hon. gentleman was a
member, provides that 10 percent
extra should be charged on all delin
quent water rates, and tho present
administration is only carrying out
Noble Young reported from the
Military Committee recommending
an additional amendment to the
Military Bill to the effect that any
Colonel shall hold olllcc until his
successor shall bo appointed, also
several other amendments relating
to tho tenure of olllcc of the com
manding officer. The report was
received and laid on the table, to be
considered with the bill.
RESOLUTIONS AND HILLS.
Minister Ashford read a first timo
a bill to define the right of challenge
to jurors. Referred to Printing
Rep. Kinney gave notice of a bill
to amend tho constitution relating lo
Noble Wight gave notice of a bill
to amend tho law relating to tho uso
of explosives in fishing.
Rep. Kamauoha presented a reso
lution to tho effect that the Board of
Health allow tho lepers who have
the disease in only a slight form to
return to their homes, to bo cared
for and doctored ; that they be under
the supervision of tho Board of
Health ; and that they report once
a month, to that body. The resolu
tion was returned to tho introducer
Noble Castle.movcd that tho ic
port of tho commission on the revi
sion of the election laws, be made
the order of tho day for to-day.
Rep. Paehaolo presented a resolu
tion that the bill relating to an
amendment to Art. G3 of the consti
tution be taken from the table and
made the order of tho tlaj. Lost.
Rep. Ilelekunihi presented a reso
lution to the effect that the petition
from ono S. P. Halawa, of Kalcpo
lepo, Maui, presented to this assem
bly last session, and laid over until
this session, be taken up and con
sidered. The substance of the
petition was that tho petitioner S.
P. Halawa, bo refunded S5.50, twice
paid taxes. Referred to Finance
OltllEU OP THE DAY.
Third reading of the bill to pro-
vidc-for tho registration of prints,
labels and trade marks. Passed.
Second reading of a bill amending
the election laws of the Kingdom.
Noble Castle moved that this bill
bo made the order of the day for
Tuesday and Thursday of each
week, until it ha3 been disposed of.
Minister Thurston moved to refer
the bill to a special committee.
Noble Smith seconded the motion,
and added that tho Minister of the
Interior and tho Attorney-General
bo on the committee.
Rep. Kinney spoke in favor of re
ferring to a special committee.
Motion to refer to a special com
mittee was carried, and tho chair
appointed the following: Castle,
Smith, C. Brown, Attorney-General
and Minister of the Interior.
Minister Thurston reported on the
petition from Maui, relating to the
mail carrier from Kaonapali, recom
mending that the heads of the bureau
regulato those affairs, and that the
petition be laid on the table.
The chair appointed the following
committeo to investigate tho laws
regulating the Fire Department:
Hustace, Dowsett, Jr., Young,
Foster and Townsend.
The House then adjourned until
10'a. m. to-morrow.
.o(lcetunt!ert',i heatl are chiratd 10 ccr.ti
jer lint for theflrtt inttrtion, and. f c.nli itr line
every additional intertton.
YEE KEE, !31 Nuuanu street, has
just reeulvfd a very 1ln assort
nient of Chinese and oilier ornaments
which ho offers for falo at low figures.
Hecr on iru all the way from St.
Louis, for sale at the Pantheon. fi7 tf
EGISUTURE OF 1 088. "Tho Daily
and Weekly Bulletin" contains tho
only correct and reliable nmoitsof tho
proceedings of the present Legislature.
CLEAN RAGS aim sicoml hand
clothing will bo gratefully rccelv.
eil for the uno of iho inmate of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at KulcnnUo,
or at tho Leper Bittlmont on Molokni,
if loft with J. T. AVaterhotibc, jr., ut tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
ANOTHER lot of Draught Beer
on ico all tho way from St. Louis,
for biiIo at tho Pantheon. 57 tf
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of thu finest Hoine-Mado
French and Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Ico Creams, or Fancv unci
Plain Cakes, call at tlio Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ico Cream
Parlors, established 1803, Hotel, oppo
site Bethel street. F. Hohn, Practical
Confectioner. IViatry Cook and Orna
munter. P. B. Tho only place whero
tho Genuine Butter Scotch 1b umnu.
factured and sold. 10 tf
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
fornia Port, Madeira and Malaga,
for salo In kegi and cases by
GON8ALYES & CO.,
01 Queen strict.
KYA1TS BOAT BUrLDINa
SHOP. Bear of Lucas Mill.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Miss' DIM Merwear, Mies' MM Mraar
In Balbrignn, Merinos and India Gauze at a
Received by last steamer a Fino and Elegant Line of
Boys' and Ghildrens' Clothing
Which I ofl'cr nt
BED ROOK PRICES
Received direct fiom New York
Gents', Ladies' &
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Opposite Irwin & Co.
j IJUZXIT TWO "W .EJElTBZS Si
Tl'o close out a consignment of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES !
Black Ehadamc3 reduced from $2 50 to $1 75. .
Black G-rosgrain reduced from $1 75 to SI 25.
Black Spanish riouncing reduced from S3 00 to $2 CO.
i BM 8ls ui l
Are receiving- by every incoming steamer from San
New Goods !
Furnitifi, Chairs, Pianos, (Mars, Pictures,
Crockery "Ware, Baby Carriages,
Fancy Goods ! Fancy (roods !
NEW STYLES IN
C1.1 J I... T
oimi uu uiu
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
FOR SALE AT h-7 '
G. WEST & GO.'S, (05 Fort Strait,
mil 87 HONOLUJLU. ly
Take Notice !
and Philadelphia a Fino Line of
Childrens' Shoes !
SILK HOSE !
- - Mrt iii Proprto;
ew Qoods !
Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. t
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