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flSTStrnw IIiti In irrcnt variety,
flSTAt tho AndADE you can buy
BSTDo not fail to call at tho
Aucadi: and examine the Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits at re
Embroidery CUcnillo, Arrascho, Rib
boscne, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades ut the
White and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. Tliccc Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
Leader of Low Prices,
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SATURDAY, JUNK 1G, 1888.
gtiiir-Ltki'liki ft oui Kiiliulul
Stmr .Ins MaUu from Knitaii
Stmr Wnlalealo f i oui ICtumt
SchrRob Hoy from Koohui
BtmrOIt llishop for uclicull of Oaliu
at !) :i m
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Kliiiiu for the Volcano and way
ports at i p in
Stmr Knnln for Wnlauao and Walaluaat
0 a in
From Knhului anil way iports, per
stmr T.ikclikc, June 10 Mi- Joidun, W
Von Ullle, Isaac Ilaibottlc, Ah Fam,
Won Sum, Loom? Young, Father Guls
tan, Judge BloKeiton, Mr Kalania,G3
deck passcngcis, 'i pilsoners and an
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Likcllko fiSO bgs sugar, 1 horse
and 00 bgs spuds.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun S. Q. Wilder curried quito a
mail to San Fiancisco yesleiday.
A nkw painting of Diamond Head,
by Mrs. S. 11. Dole, is on view at King
Messrs. T. H. Davics & Co., have
just received a lot of California Lime,
which they will sell cheap.
Tun Rev. II. II. Gowcn preaches
for the llov. Geo. Wallace at the 11 :15
service at St. Andrew's Cathedral to
jAPANGsn-Engltah and Englisli
Jap.ufeso phraso books and dictionar
. ies arc for sale at A. 31. Hewctt's,Mcr
A QUAKTr.u-milc dash will come
off at Kapiolani Paik this afternoon,
between Waterfoid Colt and Sleepy
Dick, from Kauai.
Tiireu-eiohtb of an acre of taro
land and a house at Palania, wcio
sold at auction by Marshal Soper,
this noon, to Hon. G. H. Dole for
Tun Hawaiian Band is playing at
St. Andrew's Priory garden party
this afternoon, instead of at Emma
Square. There will bo moonlight
concerts next week.
Tins morning the band played for
. an hour at the residenco of Mrs. Do-
""- . minis, at Washington Place. Ono
of tho selections was Handel's Halle
lujah chorus which tho boys played
in capital style.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Professor Canaris the Giecian
Magician will perform at the Hawai
ian Opera House, at 7:30 o'clock.
Entertainment by the Blue Rib
bon League, at the Y. M. C. A hall,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Special meeting .of tho Myrtle
Boat Club to arrango for a regatta
on the Fourth of July.
auction" saIToh onday.
BV J. F. MORGAN.
At his sales room at 12 noon,
shares of Reciprocity Sugar
stock, par value S100.
Lou I hear you came in this morn
ing, as you call round this evening
drop in to the Criterion and bring
some o' that celebrated Philadel
. phia Lager with you.
If you fail I shall hit you right
hard with one of papa's business
As a Chinaman was trotting along
King street, near tho Soap Works,
this morning, carrying two baskets,
in Chinese style, the wind blew off
his hat. Ho dropped his baskets
and went for his hat. A native
hack-driver passing at the time,
drove deliberately out of his way
and over tho baskets, smashing
them, and then diovo off as rapidly
as possible. Such malicious injury
merits severe punishment.
BOOKED FOR THE VOLCANO.
Tho following persons are booked
to leave for the Volcano, by tho S,
S. Kinau, next Monday afternoon,
June 18 ;
Mrs. Faycrwcather and son, Mrs.
II. Gunn, Miss Borwin, Misses
Eggrs (2), Miss Howe, G. L. Bis
hop, IS. T. isvans, itcv. uagc, j. jn.
Woods, Mrs. Woods, Misses Woods
(2), Mrs. G. P. Wilder, J. A,
Wilder, Miss II. K. Wilder and
BLUE RIBBON LEACUE.
Tho usual Saturday evening en
tertainment will be held at tho Y.
M, C. A. hall, under the
auspices of tho Bluo Ribbon League.
Following is tho programme:
Thino Solo ...Mr. Dychcrt
Sonic-. . . . , Mrs. Ross
Recitation Miss Ada Whitney
Soup. Miss McChcsnoy
Addicss , Rev. Mr, Gago
Scnts free, everybody welcome,
no collections taken up. Ice cream
after the entertainment at Hart's
v A PLEASANT EPISODE.
A pleasant episode occurred the
morning after the picnic given to
the children of Kakaako, on tho 11th
When Dr. Kimball, one of tho
principal movers in tho picnic, en
tered the girls' school room, on tho
morning referred to, tho girls form
ed a lino, and after singing a song to
a harp accompaniment, one of tho
little ones stepped forward and ad
dreused the doctor. "Words of thanks
were uttered nnd the blessing of the
Almighty invoked. The doctor was
received in tho same way in tho
In tho list of persons, published
in this paper, who donated things
for the .picnic, tho namo of Mrs.
Singer, who gave two largo cakes,
was accidentally omitted.
THE LIGHT OF ASIA.
The lecture on the "Light of
Asia," by Mrs. Florence Williams,
at Harmony Hall, last evening, was
decidedly enjoyable. The hall was
comfortably lillcd with an intellec
tual and attentive audience. The
lecturer was introduced by Hon.Jus
ticc Dole, who, in a few select
words, referred to tho lady's visit
hero a year ago, of her careful
study of literary works, and of the
inestimable benolit derived from her
The lecturer, in a distinct, well
modulated voice, unveiled the hid
den beauties of her subject, portray
ing the character of the Hindoo
Prince in its true light, and depict
ing so interestingly the remarkablc
ness of the book, that the hour's
discourse seemed to bo but a few
Mrs. Williams will give a course
of six lectures in Harmony hall, be
ginning next Tuesday evening.
THE GRECIAN MAGICIAN.
Professor Canaris will exhibit his
art in the Opera House this even
ing, beginning at 8 o'clock. Here
is an extract fiom the Los Angeles
Herald: Professor Canaris was in
Chinatown yesterday morning, "tak
ing in the sights" with several
others. Passing near one of tho
numerous chicken stalls that abound
in that locality, the professor's at
tention was attracted to a box of
eggs placed in front of tho stall,
and, after inquiring the price of a
dozen of them, requested the China
man to put them up in a paper bag,
which ho did. Canaris took an egg
from the bag, and on breaking it
showed the astonished Celestial that
it contained a live dollar gold piece.
This operation was repeated until
the dozen eggs had been disposed
of, when he asked to have another
dozen done up, but the now bewild
ered heathen refused to dispose of
any more, even at an advanced
price. After the professor had
taken his departure it was learned
that the Mongolian removed the
eggs to the intei ior of the chicken
stall and commenced breaking them
on his own account, but with what
result may be imagined.
Y. M. C. A. Gospel Praise Service
at G :30 l M. Come and bring a fiicnd.
Kawaiahao Church. Rev. II. II.
Paiker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. m. Pleaching at 11 A. M.
Mormon Church. Services in Ha
waiian at 10 a. m. Services In English
will bo held at 2:00 im. All aro in
vited. Queen Emma Hall. Gospel and
song sci vice for Hawaiians who speak
English at at 3 p. m. Good singing.
Sboit talks. Everybody welcome.
Japanesk Skiivicb : Gospel and
Song Sei vices at 11 a.m.; Bible Class
7 :30 P. M., in the Japanese Y. M. C. A.
Room, Queen Emma Hall, comer of
Beictaiifa and Xuuaiiu streets.
Central Union Church. Rev. E.
G.IJcckwith, 1). D., pastor. Sunday
school and Bible class at 0:45 a. m.
Sei vices at 11 A. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Kaumakapii.i Ohuroh. At eleven,
Waiamau, pastor. Sunday school at
9 a.m. Pleaching at 10 '30 a. M and
7 :30 p. m.
Roman Catholic Cathedral.
0 and 7 A. m., low mass with Holy Coni
ni.uiinu. Soiviees in English at 7 a.
m.; and at 10 A. M., high mass, with
sermon cither in Hawaiian or Poitit
gtiesc, alternating according to the
tluoo principal dlifcrcnt nationalities of
the chinch; 2 P. M., losary and cate
tism; -1:30 p. m., distinction and bene
diction of (he Blessed Sacrament.
Chinese Church. Fort street, near
coiner Herctanla. Mr. Kong Sluil Ka
evangelist. Chinese Sunday school,
!:30a. m, Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 P. m. Pleaching 11
A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Bible class in
Chlueso Y. M. O. A. Hall, 0 :30 p. m.
St. Andrkw's Cathedral. First
CongregationHoly t'oiumuion at fl a.
in, . Morning piajcr with sciniou at
U '.30 a. in. Holy Communion at 12:30
p. m. Hawaiian Evensong at 3:30 p.
m. Evening prayer with sermon at 0
o'clock p. ill. '
t-ccond Congregation Rev. Goo.
Wallace, pastor. Suuday School at 10
a.m. Moining prayer with soimonat
ll;15a. in. Evening pi ayer with ser
mon at 7 ;30 p. m.
Chinese Congregation, Rev. II. II.
Uowcu in charge. Morning piayer,
with sermon, at 11:16 A. m, Suuusiy
schooj at 10 a. m. Evening prayer, with
sermon, at 7:30 p. M.
THE ONLY PAPER read
JL classes ':Tlio Dally Bulletin
cents per month,
li-Gonls Flno Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods, lints, Shoes, Trunks,
Valisps, Etc., go to tho Leaders of
Cheap Prices, tho AncAtm.
A MEETING OF AMERICAN CITI
ZENS. Last night, in lcsponsc to n call
from His Excellency Geo. W. Mer
rill, tho American Minister Resident,
a largo number of American resi
dents assembled at tho Hawaiian
Hotel, to make arrangements for
the observance of the anniversary
of American Independence, July
Tho meeting was called to order
at 8 o'clock by Mr. Merrill, who
slated the object of the meeting,
and said that the first thing to be
done was to elect a president.
Dr. J. S. McUrew was nominated
and unanimously elected. Upon
taking the chair Dr. McGrew said
that tho next thing in order was the
election of a secretary.
Mr. J. F. Noble was nominated
and elected to that position.
Mr. Merrill stated that it was
customary to ask if tho day was to
be celebrated, and if so in what
The chairman stated that he hail
sbecn hero twenty-two years, and the
day had always been celebrated.
It was not a question of shall
we celebrate, but how shall it be
Mr. R. W. Lainc moved that the
day should be celebrated, which was
Mr. Rowcll moved that a commit
tee of thiitcon be appointed to
make all necessary arrangements
and that the president and secretary
be members of this committee ex
oillcio. This motion was subse
quently amended by Mr. J. G.
Spencer, making tho number 21.
The amendment was carried, and
the following gentlemen were elect
ed by acclammation :
W. C. Wilder, C. N. Spencer, W.
E. Rowell, It. W. Lame, J. G.
Spencer, P. C. Jones, It. W. Mc
Chesney, C. II. Eldredgo, W. L.
Hopper, E. D. Teuncy, M. Louis
son, J. II. P.ity, M. N. Sanders, J.
J. Egan, W. (J. King, W. F. Allen,
C. M. Cooke, Rev. W. B. Oleson,
F. P. Hastings, Geo. W. Smith, and
W. A. Whiting.
Hon. AV. C. Parke moved that the
meeting adjourn subject to the call
of the president. The motion was
carried, and the meeting adjourned.
The president called a committee
meeting, to be held at his residence
at 3 o'clock this Saturday afternoon.
Editor Bulleiin: I have wait
ed patiently for the conclusion of
the Anti-Prohibition article which
began in your paper of June 8th.
The writer did not sec fit to give
your readers any direct clue to his
own nationality, so it is charitable
to presume that he is not an Ameri
can, and has been imposed upon.
For instance he says, "Iowa had in
1883, 1,858 retail liquor stores and
492 beer houses, within her sacred
prohibition holders. '" In fact Iowa
had something more than four thou
sand grog shops in 1883, but her
prohibitory law was not enacted un
til 188-1, and went into force in July
of that year.
Again he seems to forget geogra
phy and history in his calculations.
Would ho argue that the freedom
with which Hawaiians can buy li
quors is the cause of tho utter ab
sence of pauperism among them?
No, climate, all will acknowledge,
has all to do with it. Then how
can he compare one of the most
northerly states with a southern
state. Who docs not see the falacy?
"New Hampshire enacted prohi
bition in 1855. In New
Ilamsphirc it cost in 1870, 73 cents,
to support the paupers, and before
the Prohibition laws were enacted it
cost 49 cents." Docs he forget that
there was a terrible civil war in
America between those dates and
that it had stupendous social and
financial effcctsV Again ho com
pares figures in Maine in 1850 with
figures in 1870 ! If lie will givo fi
gures without waiting for other
causes to produce great effects.
These aro but a few samples of
the impositions which havo been
palmed off upon your corespondent.
A TEACHER'S TESTIMONY.
Editor Bulleiin : Your sugges
tion about changing the time of the
Government schools vacation, if
adopted, would he an accommoda
tion to a good many teachers, who
would like to bo present nt tho
Teachers' Convention in San Fran
cisco next month. I, for one, wish
to go, but cannot if tho regular
vacation time is adhered to. Sev
eral of 1113' friends say tho samo. I
I havo been told that I will havo
time enough to go to San Francisco
nnd icturii during the vacation,
without chnngo of time. Yes, but
I and my friends hnvo no inclination
to go merely for tho sake of going.
Tho Convention is the attraction,
and that begins on tho 17th July,
Our vacation docs not commence
until after that date. It would bo
an easy thing to begin and close the
vacation u month curlier tlmn usual.
That would involve no less of time
to the schools, and would accommo
date all teachers who wish to bene
fit by the San Francibco Convention.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
JL "The Dully Bulletin," 00 cents
lGTn Day June ICth.
Tho House opened at 10 a.
President S. G. Wilder in the chair.
Noble Waterhouso presented a
petition from Honolulu, praying that
electric lights bo erected at Kakaako
and that some dirt bo dumped at
tho foot of South street to absorb
tho mud. ltofcrrcd to Minister of
Rep. Kamauoha presented a peti
tion from Kona, praying that leper
hospitals be established in each elec
tion district, and that all sea fish
erics be made free. Rcfeired to
resolutions and dill.
Rep. Rico read n first time an Act
to amend law relating to the carry
ing of passengers on the inter-island
vessels, exempting steam vessels
from carrying passengers suffering
from leprosy or other contageous
diseases. Referred to Printing
Rep. Kalaukoa presented a reso
lution to the effect that the clerk be
instructed to pay for the newspapers
now being supplid to the assembly,
nnd that they be paid for at the
same rate as paid by other sub
Minister Thurston said he had
heard that the committee to visit
Molokai and report on the condition
of the settlement, intended going
to night. lie thought tho superin
tendent of the settlement, Mr.
Meyers, should be notified of the
fact that a committee was to visit
the settlement, and be ready to
answer any questions, or rebut any
accusations that might bo made.
The President said it was with the
House whether or not the visit of
this committee should be post
poned. Minister Thurston moved that the
committee's visit be postponed until
Mr. Meyers can be notified and bo
Minister Thuiston's motion was
Rep. F. Brown reported five
bill printed and ready for distribu
tion. ORDER OF THE DAY.
Second reading of a bill relating
to agents to take acknowledgment to
Minister Thurston moved an
amendment, providing for an annual
accounting to the Minister of the
Interior of all business done by
such agent, s
Nobles Smith and Widemann and
Rep. C. Brown spoke against the
amendments, and Ministers Thurs
ton and Austin in favor of tho
Tho Minister of the Interior mov
ed that the bill bo referred "to the
Judiciary Committee, in order to
make certain changes in the bill,
where it now seems to clash with
Rep. C. Brown moved to refer it
to the Sanitary Committee.
Motion to refer to the Judiciary
Third reading of the Military bill.
Noble Young asked to withdraw
the report of the Military Commit
tee made yesterday, as sinco then
thoy had found some other defects
in the bill.
Rep. C. Brown called tho atten
tion of the Committee to the uncon
stitutionality of section G of the Act,
where it gives the Minister of For
eign Affairs authority to organize
militar3 bodies. The Constitution
provides that the Legislature only
has such power, and it cannot be
delegated to any other body.
Tho Committee's report was with
drawn, and the bill came before the
House for second reading. It was
rofcrrcd back to the Military Com
mittee. Second reading of bill relating to
street railways. Referred to the
select committee having the steam
railway bill under consideration.
. Second reading of bill amend
ing section 1 of chapter 79 of the
Penal Code. Referred to Educa
Second reading of bill to confer
jurisdiction upon Circuit Judges, to
issue warrants and examine for con
tempt persons accused of crime or
misdemeanor. Laid on the table to
bo considered with tho report of the
Second leading of bill relating to
Commissioners of private ways and
water rights. Referred to Judiciary
Second reading of bill to provide
for the importation and salo of alco
hol for medical, mechanical, and
scientific purposes. Refened to
Committee on Commerce.
Minister Ashfoid moved that the
bill relating to the security of costs
bo taken from tho table and made
tho order of tho day. Carried.
Tho bill was read by title and, re
ferred to a solcot committee.
Tho chair appointed Castle, Hitch
cook, Brown, Kinney and Smith.
Minister Ashford moved that the
,bill relating to tho service of civil
process bo taken up. Carried. The
bill was referred to the Judiciary
The House then adjourned until
10 a", ju., Monday morning.
SOME FIGURES ABOUT STEADY DRINK
ING. "How many drinks of whisky do
you avcrago a day?" said one gen
tleman to another, as they were en
joying a social glass at a rcsott on
Cotton avenue yesterday afternoon.
"Oh, taking tho year round, I
presumo that my average would bo
about ten a day."
"And how long has this been go
"Straight along for twenty yenrs,
I guess ; but it never hurt 1110 any,
and I can attend to my business just
as well as I ever could.
"But how much whiskj, taking
your own statement for it, do you
suppose you havo drunk during that
"I'm sure I don't know, I never
thought about that."
"Well, let us take another nip,
and then figure on it," and they did,
and here is tho lcsult of their work:
"Ten drinks a day would be
seventy drinks a week, or 2,G10
drinks in a year. In twenty years
that would give the enormous num
ber of 72,800 drinks, costing at 5
cents each, just S3, GOO. Now, the
average drink taken in this countiy
is said to be GO to a gallon. Then
divide this 72,800 by GO, and you
will find that you have consumed
1,213 and a fraction gallons. Now,
there are supposed to be, on the
average ao gallons to a barrel. Di
vide 1,213 by 3G, and you find that
you have diunk just about 3G bar
rels of the stuff."
The old toper looked attho figures
and then at his friend, and then re
marked: "Well, let's take one
more, and then I think I'll give my
stomach a rest for a day or two."
f Amcricus Recorder.
Xottcc under this head are charged 10 cents
per line for thefirtl nisei Hon, and a cents per line
every additional insertion.
YEE KEE, 31 Nuuanu strcot, has
just received a very ilno assort,
ment of Chinese attd other ornaments
which he offers for sale at low figures.
XX. liccr on icu all tho way
Louis, for sale at tho Pantheon. 157 tf
LEGISLATURE OF 108B. "Tho Daily
and Weekly Bulletin" contains the
only correct and reliable reports of the
proceedings of the present Legislature.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will bo gratefully lcceiv.
cd for the use of the inmates of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kakaako,
or at the Leper Scttlincnt on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Waterhouso, jr., at the
Queen Strcot Store. t&f tf
ANOTHER lot of DraiiRht Beer
on ice all the way from St. Louis,
for salo at the Pantheon. 57 tf
TF YOU really
want your money's
JL worth of tho
French and Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Ico Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cukes, call at the 1'ioncer Hleum
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ice Cream
Parlors, established 18C3, Hotel, oppo.
site Bethel street. F. Horn, Piactical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orua
menter. P. S. Tho only placo where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is maiiu.
fauturcd and sold. 1G if
INEST BRANDS OF CALI
fonua Poit, Madeira and Malaga,
for s le in kegs and cases by
QONSA.LVES & CO.,
Gl Queen strcel.
Dr. Whitney's Dental Rooms
WILL he closed during the months
of July and August. Gl Iw
T7IOH SALE at the Reformatory
JL School, ny the uaic or ton.
W. G. NEBDIIAM.
A DIVIDEND of Fifteen Dollars per
share will he payable Juno 13th,
1S88, to the stockholders of tho Kohala
Hugar Company at tlmoMcc of Castle &
.1. B. ATHEUTON,
Secretary, Kohala Sugar Co.
Ilouolulu, June 12, 188S. 08 3t
A DIVIDEND of Ten Dollars per
share will ho payable Juno l.'ltli,
1888, to the stockholders of Grove liaucli
Plantation at the olllcu of Castle &
J. IJ. ATHimTON,
Treasurer, Orovu llanch Plantation.
Honolulu, Juno 12, 1888. 03 lit
gentle mid sound in
W. F. FRKAR,
HAVING heard considerable talk
about the trottiuu; racu on the
1 1 lit of Juno hcliic; a swindle, I will
match "Albert L." against "Mink"
under Bame conditions as nth June, '88,
for any sum from fl to $1,000. Any.
body in tho Kingdom to drive "Mink."
07 !3t D. II. DAVIS.
ALL amounts due the firm of Brown
& Co., Wine fc Splilts Merchant,
of Honolulu, that wore contracted pre
vious to the iiOlh day of March last, If
not settled before the Oth day of June
nc.t, will ho placed in the hands of a
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
sue for, und recover at onco.
A. J. OAHTWHIG1IT,
AV. F. ALLKN,
Assignees of Brown ft Co.
Honolulu, May lt 1888, rg-18 Im
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
I WILL SELL FOR
In liilbrig.ui, Merinos and India Gauzo at a
Received by last steamer a Pino and Elegant Lino of
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing
Which I offer at
BED ROOK PRICES
Received direct fiom Now Yoik and Philadelphia a Pine Line of
Gents', Ladies' & Childrens Shoes I
GREAT BARGAINS IN
LADIES' BLACK SSLK HOSE !
Opposite Irwin & Co.
B2 T3EXlrJ? TWO -W-ElEIilS S
To close out a consignment of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES !
Black Rhadamcs reduced from $2 50 to $1 75.
Black Grosgrain reduced from $1 75 to SI 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from S3 00 to 82 00.
Ote Ml 818 Mil Laces-Mini! in ? i nita.
Are receiving' by every incoming steamer from San
Mtore, CMrs, Pianos, Guitars, Pictures,
Crockery "Ware,. Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES IN
PIANOS and VXJJELNXrnUTfEl
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always onJIIand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
FOR SALE AT
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105
Take Notice !
iHLERS & GO.'
Fancy Goods I
lew Goods !
c VSm. '$