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The Aroade-EGAN & CO.
firCJont8 Fine Clothing and Fur
fti'&'Al thu AnoADrt vou onti buv
JM&TDq nol fall to call t tho
AncADE and examine the Splendid
Slock of Embroidered Suits at re
nishing Good1, llala, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to the Lenders of
Cheap Prices, the Aucade.
Leader of Low Prices,
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TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1888.
Stinr Mokolll from Mololuit
Stnir Mlkahala for Kaunl nt fi p in
HtinrLcliua for llumakua at C p m
Selir Ctinuto for ICuau
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal nt 5 p m
For Maul pur steamer Likollkc, Juno
1811 Morrison, ltov Father Gulstan, .1
Kalaina and wife, J Monldiouse, and
about 40 deck.
For Slant and Hawaii per steamer
Klnau, Jntio 18 For Volcano: 1 T
Evans, 8 K Evans, 11 T Evans, Jr. ltov
Gage, Misses l-lgirrs (2), Mr and Mrs
Faycnvcatlicr, Airs II Gunn, Miss 15cr
wln, Miss M Tabor, Mls3 M Howe, Miss
MiiFgniw, G L Bfliop, JulesTavcinlcr,
Mr and Mrs J A Woods, Misses "Woods
(2), A. Gllllllan and WIIMetncrny. For
llllo and way ports: lion V II Daniel",
E K Llllkalanl, Hon ,1 M Smith. A T
Atkinson, Miss llailaiKo, u i; Williams,
J B Athcrton, K K G Wallace, C Y
Alona, B Kimnra,
about 70 deck.
m u uonca,
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mokolll 100 bags sugar, 15 cattle,
3 calves, 115 sheep, 00 hides, 10
pigs, 2 hoi sus, and a mule.
The bark Sonoma will go onto tho
Mailno Itailway to bo cleaned, when
her cargo is all out.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fnor. Canaris, tho Gacck necro
mancer, has had an interview with
tho King, at tho Fnlacc.
Who has a copy of tho Hawaiian
Gazette of Sept. 20th, 1887, to part
with? Take it to Mr. A. M. Hcwett,
About 10,000 Akulcs were taken
from Fukoo to the Leper Settlement
on Molokai, last week, for tho Hoard
Until fuithcr notice the steamer
O. It. Bishop will make weekly cir
cuits of this island, sailing Friday
mornings at 8 o'clock.
A roncE of workmen wero dis
charging tho bark C. O. Whitinoro
all last night, so as to give her quick
dispatch for San Francisco.
Mns. Florence Williams' lecture at
Harmony Hall, this evening, should
not be forgotten bo those who desire
an hour's intellectual enjoyment.
The arrests recorded on the Station
House slate for to-day up to noon,
were two Finn brothers for deserting
Wilder S. S. Co.'s contract service.
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Hon. S. G. Wilder passed a very
quiet night, uleoping comfortably.
This morning ho was much improved.
His brother, W. C. Wilder re
mained with him all last nighty
Seventy or eighty pieces of water
pipe, each about 20 feet long and 2
feet in diameter, came from San
Francisco by the bark Sonoma on
Friday, for Koloa plantation, Kauai.
A wag says that though Mr. Bis
hoi) can lead a person's mind, ho
cannot road the lettering on tho sign
over the front door of Brewer & Co.'s
office. Of course ho can't ; there are
no letters there for him to read.
The steamer Mokolii was delayed
two days, partly by bad weather, and
by calling at a couplo of extra ports.
At Olowalu tho weather would not
permit tho Bteamor receiving all the
sugar that was thero for her.
Some time ago Hont W. H. Rice
sent'a present of a hoiso to tho Em
peror of Japan. By last Bteamer,
the Takasago Maru, Mr. Rico re
ceived a pair of vases, worth fully
$500, from tho Mikado, as a return
k T - 1
Lat Kai Shing, permit No. 230,
was found guilty of landing in tho
Kingdom without a proper permit, in
th Folico Court yesterday, and fined
$50. An appeal was noted to tho
Mn. E. B. Thomas, contractor, is
making progress with tho Davies
new building, Tho building will bo.
two story and of brick, and will cover
tho spaco that was occupied by tho
formor singlo iloor houses. Tho new
liouso will lw finished in two or thrco
A special cablo to tho Bulletin
says that Mr. Sam Barker has depu
tised Mr. J, l'alau to supply tho dis
trict betweon Onomca and Laupa
hpehoo with mcat-und that Mr. Bar
ker himself will supply betweon Hilo
and Onomea, and Laupahoehoo and
Kamaka, ono of the policemen
who waB charged with assault and
battery on Jos. Tinker tho othor day,
was fined $30 in tho Police Court
yesterday afternoon and dismibbcd
from tho service. Kamaanu,tho other
police man, charged with tho samo
offense, was fined $15 and $3 costs.
' Messhs, G. W. Macfarliino & Co.
annouueo a trado ciedit sale for next
Friday, commencing at 10 o'clock a.
m. Tho goods to bo sold will com
priso the usual Hues ot staplo goods.
known to tho trado. Llboial terms
of credit will bo given to purchasers,
Sco thoir advertisement in another
i&afi'rtw J fata In grt'hl variety,
Embroidery Clicnillo, Arraseno, lilb
boscno, Embroidery Silk-", Zephyr
mid Worsted in all shades at the
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. B Honolulu Hiilcs,
at 7 :80 o'clock.
Meeting of Excelsior Lodge No.
1, I. O. O. F., in itBhallFoitalrcot,
at 7 :30 o'cloclc.
Mrs. Florcuco Williams' lecture in
Harmony Hall subject, "IJalzao," at
Sleeting of the Honolulu Social
Club, at 7:30 o'clock.
Hand concert at Thomas Square,
at 7:00 o'clock.
THE BAND CONCERT.
The Koyal Hawaiian Band will
givo a concort this evening at
Thomas Square, commencing at 7 :30
o'clock. Following is . tho pro
March Impcrbil City Schlomcr
Overture Italian In Algtcr Itossinl
Fantasl i Forge in the Forest
Reminiscences of Veidl...
Reminiscences of Donizetti
Gavotte Heart l'lirobs. . .
Quadrille lion Jour Zikoff
Tuesday, June 19th.
Ah Tong, Ah Ho and Lu Sing,
opium in possession. The first and
third were nol. pros'd and Ah Ho
was fined 50 and sent to imprison
for 21 hours.
Peter Murphy, drunkenness, G.
Thirteen Chinamen, gambling.
Three arc dischaged. Tho others
pleaded not guilty and are being
tried this afternoon.
The following persons arc booked
to leave for San Francisco, per S. S.
Australia, July 3rd. :
W. Meyer, Mrs. J. M. Whitney,
Miss M. Green, Miss M. A. Howe,
J. A. Hopper, wife and (laughter,
Mrs. W. L. Hopper and 2 children,
Miss Tcuipleton, Miss Stuart, Miss
Moar, W. F. Frear, Miss Potter,
Win. Ungcr and wife, Mrs. A. O.
Forbes, Prof. Van Slyke and wife,
Mrs. Banning, Miss Banning, Mrs.
"W. C. Wilson and son, Prof. Scott,
J. Koch, A. Caro, Mrs. A. P. Peter
son, Miss Louisson, Miss Berwin,
F. L. Patten, F. M. Lewis, Col. Z.
S. Spaulding, wife and 5 child., the
Misses Parke, E. Muhler, children
of W. F. Poguc, C. Lehmann, A.
Tho next trip of the S. S. Aus
tralia is expected to be a memora
ble one on account of the
number, of people going by her,
AN ECHO OF THE NIGHT. .
Between the hours of 2 and 3
o'clock ,this morning, the occupant
of an office on King street had oc
casion to pay a visit to the place
and on arrival discovered that the
outer door was open and heard peo
ple moving about inside. Quietly
retreating to the corner of Fort and
King streets, he notified the polico
officer there on duty, and the two
returned to the burglarized pre
mises and just in time to witness the
exit of two men therefrom. Tho
men were followed, captured, in the
region of the Bay Ilorso Saloon, and
held, while the broken into premises
were examined. Nothing was mis
sing, and one of the men being pre
viously favorably known to the oc
cupant of the promises, the captur
ed persons were allowed to go free,
the cause of the breaking and enter
ing being charitably charged more
to the influence of liquor, rather
than a naturally vicious tendency.
Tho police were alert and performed
their portion in thi mid-morning
sensation in a creditable manner.
Between 3 and 3 :30 o'clock this
afternoon, the residence of Mr. C.
Hustnce, near Thomas Square, was
When Mrs. Hustace was leaving
tho house at 3 o'clock, she noticed
two native prisoners acting suspi
ciously. These prisoners wero sup
posed to be working on tho road.
Thero was no luna over them and
they worked as they pleased.
Whon Mrs. Hustaco was fairly
out of sight of the two prisoners,
they made a descent on tho house
and effected an cntranco through a
When the folks returned homo,
later on, they found the wardrobes
and bureau drawers open, and thrco
rings and a watch wero missed.
Judging from the appearance of the
field of plunder when Mrs. Ilustaco
entered tho house, the prisoners
must have taken alarm and decamp
ed in hasto.
Tho Chinese cook said ho heard
the dog bark, and thinking there
might be callers, went to tho front
of the house, but saw no one. lie
returned to his work in the yard and
knew nothing of the robbery until
The polico authorities wero at
once notified and tho culprits nailed.
They had hidden tho stolen articles
in tho Government Stables, and
when tho polico went to recover tho
valuables, they (the valuables)
wero not there. A person had dis
covered and taken possession of
them. They were given over to tho
police, however, without further
17tii Day Juno 18th.
The House resumed at 1 p. m.
and took up tho business before the
house at the time of recess.
Minister Thurston, under suspen
sion of the rules, reported on the
resolution of :ui electric light at
Kakaako, that an estimate has been
made and inserted in the Appropri
ation for electric lights, and that
one at Kakaako is included in this
estimate; also for the repair of
Punchbowl street. Accepted.
OUDKK OP THE DAY".
Third reading of the bill relating
On motion the bill was refcrrod
to the Engrossing Coinuiittco for
correction in the date.
Tho House then adjourned until
10 a. m. to-morrow.
18th Day June 19th.
Tho House was called to order by
Noble Wight, who after prayer by
the Chaplain, announced that in the
continued absence of the President
and Vice-President, it was in order
for the liouso to elect a President
pro tern. Noble Smith was elected
to that position, and conducted the
business of the House.
Noble Foster presented a petition
from the Anti-Asiatic Union, con
taining 1,000 signatures, praying
that no more Asiatics be allowed to
land in this Kingdom, except under
certain conditions. Referred to a
Select Committee of seven.
Noble Watcrhousc presented a
petition from the district of Maemao,
praying lor two electric lights to be
erected at that place. Referred to
Committee on Public Lands.
Rep. Dowsctt presented a petition
from Palama, praying that the road
leading from Palama to the Insane
Asylum bo widened. Referred to
Committee on Pulic Lands.
HErOKT OF COMMITTEES.
The Judiciary Committee reported
on the bill relating to the services of
civil process, recommending that it
pass. The report was laid on the
tabic to be considered with the bill.
They also reported on the bill re
lating to "private ways and water
rights," recommending the passago
of the bill with an amendment, that
where the word "Commissioners,"
occurs it, shall read commissioner.
Tho report was laid on the table to
be considered with the bill.
Noble Baldwin reported from the
Finance Committee on the petition
of E. B. Thomas for 8875.9G in
terest, recommending that the claim
be not allowed, for if the Govern
ment is indebted to him for interest
on deferred payments, he (Mr.
Thomas) is indebted to the Govern
ment for interest on advanced pay
ment, and the balance in favor of tho
Government is $19. The report was
accepted and laid on the table with
He also reported from the same
committee on the petition from
Wailau for $50, recommending that,
the prayer of the petitioner be not
He also rsported from tho same
committee on the petition from
Kona, praying for $-100, recommend
ing that the petition be referred to
the Minister of the Interior for in
He also reported from the com
mittee on Foreign Affairs, relative
to the bill establishing a parcel post,
recommending ono or two minor
The bill with tho amendments
passed to engrossment, to be read a
third time on Saturday.
Ho also, reported from tho samo
committee on the bill relating to
return passports for Chinese to enter
the Kingdom, recommending a
change of time, to July 1, 1889, for
tho use of these return passports,
instead of Oct. 1, 1888. They con
sider that n reasonable timo should
be given for using passports already
issued. Laid on the table to be
considered with the bill.
Noble Hitchcock reported on the
bill relating to tho drsprlion of mar
ried people :
Honorable S. G. Wilder, Presi
dent of tho Legislature: Tho under
signed, to whom was referred the
Act entitled An Act to prevent
married persons from deserting ono
another, begs leave to report as fol
lows: After a long and searching inves
tigation into the causes which have
led the Engrossing Committee into
so much difficulty, perplexity,
trouble and pilikia mil, tho only
solution supposnblo arrived at is,
that the said committee consists of
married men, or those hoping to bo
so j that thoy hud spent many long
hours of intense study, and many
sleepless nights in restless thought
in striving to solve tho problem of
what a poor married man could do,
if perchance from an overdoso of
cocoaino or any othor cause, lie
should oversleep himself some morn
ing, and awake at hist to una that
the wife of his bosom had wickedly
and with malice, deserted his bed
and at that timo was holding a
morning gossip with some neighbor's
wife. And in view of the horrors
of such n desertion, ho would be
White and Colored Laces at pricos
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
enabled to invoke tho sturdy arm of
tho law, and consign tho culprit to
a felon's cell.
In view of this slate of affairs tho
undersigned feels that something
ought to bo done in the promises ;
but what changes the said commit
tee desired in said Act, were only
discovered after an exhaustive inter
view with said committee, and found
to be that the Act was not divided
into sections. Tlicrcforo in order
to bring peace and quiet to the
manly hearts of said committee, the
undersigned would recommend to
this honorable House the following
amendments, to wit:
That immediately after the enact
ment clause and beforo tho words,
"that Chap. 53, etc." the words
"section 1st" be inserted;
That the words "section 2" be
inserted before tho words "this Act
shall tako effect, etc." I would
further recommend that with these
importantaincndmcntSjthc Act be re
ferred back to tho Engrossing Com
mittee for engrossment, with the
thanks of this House to said coin
uiittco for the great caro and la
borious research, which enabled
them to discover that such amend
ments wero needed. The report
RESOLUTIONS AND BILLS.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs
gave notice of a bill to authorize the
Hawaiian Government to make con
tracts for inter-island sub-marine
Noble Castle offered a resolution
that a record be kept of all bills
prefented for signature to the King
and tiic Ministers' report to the
House within twenty-four hours
after presentation of such bills.
Rop. Kinney read a first timo a
proposed amendment to tho Consti
tution relating to Chinese, to be
styled Art. 47 A. Referred to
Rep. Rico reported from the En
grossing Committee that tho bill re
ferred to them yesterday was en
grossed and ready for the House to
Noble Hitchcock gave notice of a
bill, to relieve the royal domain from
all incumbrances and to bb in
alienable. Noble Townsend read a first time
a bill relating to internal taxes. Re
ferred to Printing Committee.
Rep. Nakaleka read a first timo
a bill to amend section 1477 of tho
Civil Code. Reforrcd to Printing
OKDER OP THE DAY.
Third reading of an Act relating
to the registration of copyrights.
Third reading of an Act relating
to tho property of married women.
The House then took recoss until
1 p. m.
Notwithstanding the unpropitious
stato of the weather, there was a
moderately fair attendance at tho
Baud Concert at Emma Square last
HJThe programme was partly new,
and afforded infinite pleasure to
those who were fortunate enough to
The newly painted seats, scarcely
yet dry, suffered somewhat by the
contact with boots, whose owners
had with much bad taste, perched
themselves on tho back of tho
As usual, the Refreshment Hall
was open for the dispensing of Tahiti
Lemonade and othor temperance
LAND TO BE LEASED.
Tho land called "Alowa" will bo
leased at Public Auction, for a term
of 8 years, at tho front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, on Thursday next, at
12 o'clock noon. This land, contain
ing about 175 acres, is situated on
the northerly ridge of Nuuanu, at
the end of Jildd street, and adjoin
ing the Premises of Judge Hartwcll.
It is easy of access, valuable as
pasture land, and tho view, from
the Pali to the soa is enchanting.
At the same timo will be leased for
a term of five years, about 30 acres
of lino pasture laud on the upper
Nuuanu Valley Road, opposito tho
Ranch of Jno. II. Wood, Esq.
THE H. R. A.
The Hawaiian Riflo Association
held a meeting at tho office of Col.
V. V. Ashford, last evening. The
attendance was good. It was
agreed to hold a semi-annual target
shooting contest on July 4th, at tho
Association's range, King street.
A programme of nine events is be
ing arranged for tho occasion.
Messrs. C. W. Ashford, J. II.
Soper,. Oscar White and J. J. Wil
liams wero appointed a committco
to arruuge for tho citizens' match.
The citizens' match promises to
be exceedingly interesting this timo.
Seven prizes have already been re
ceived: a babv caniago, valued at
$20, from C. E. Williams ; a dozen
silver tea spoons, valued at $10,
from E. O. Hall & Son ; a toilet set
from G, W. Macfarlano & Co. ;
Lewis & Co., a ham; Benson &
Smith, perfumery, valued at $18 j
West & Co,, a banjo, valued at $15,
and Hopp & Co,, a cradle.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise It in tho Dailt Bul&btm
HORSE IN A WELL.
Saturday morning Mr.
Fred W. Macfarlano lost a valuable
horse, under very peculiar circum
stances. It appears that on one
side of the road lending to Mr.
Macfarlane's premises is an old
well, tho top of which hud been cov
ered witli boards a long time. Tho
grass had grown over the boards,
entirely hiding tho whereabouts of
tho well. The horso in question, n
great favorite with the family and
especially the children, who could
do anything witli it, was at pasturo
on tho road on Friday. In .the
evening about eight o'clock, a Chi
naman informed Mr. Macfarlano
that the horse had fallen into the
well. Assistance was promptly ob
tained and efforts made to get the
horse up. A man was lowered
down tho well, which is only five
feet in diameter, and nt a depth of
twenty feet, ho found tho animal,
wedged between two timbers which
had been used to rest a pump on.
The horse was uuabio to move any
part of his body except the head,
and that only slightly. A derrick
and tackle were obtained and after
the most laborious efforts, coupled
with the fact that it was raining
hard and the well wis dark as pitch,
the animal was biouglit to tho sur
face about half past two o'clock
Saturday morning. Hnlf a minute
had scarcely elapsed beforo it gave
a gasp and life was extinct. The
animal's head was badly injured
where it had butted against the side
of the well, which is of concrete.
The well is forty feet deop, so that
it will be seen the man who went
down had a most difficult task to
Xotlccs under Ihh head are charged 10 cents
per line for the first insertion, and S cents per line
tiery additional insertion.
BEST BUTTERSCOTCH at
Hart & C'o.'i. 72 lw
AWAIIAN Fruit & Taro Co. Gen
tlcinen: I have made a chemical
examination of the samplo of Taro Flour
which you have submitted to mc aud
find that samo is entirely free from any
injurious substance whatever. Yours
very truly, Geo. V. Smith, Analyst.
Honolulu, Juno 1, 18S3. 71 lm
xjl. liccr on icu all tno wav
Louis, for sale at the Fanlhcou. 57 tf
LEGISLATURE OF 1888. "The Daiiy
and Weekly Bulletin" contains tho
only correct and reliable rcpoits of the
proceedings of tho present Legislature.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will bo gratefully rccciv
cd for tho use of the inmates of the
Brunch ilo3pitnl for Lepers at Kaknako,
or at the Leper Settlment on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Watcrhouse, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
NOTHER lot of Draupht Beer
on ice all tho way from St. Louis,
for sale at tho Pantheon. 57 tf
BRANDS OF CALI-
Port. Madeira and Malaim.
for sale in kegs and cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen Btrect.
YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill,
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of the finest IIomc-Madc
French and Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Jco Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, call at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ico Cream
Parlors, established ISO'.l, Hotel, oppo
site Bethel street. F. Hoiin, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orno
rnuntcr. P. S. The only placo where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu.
facturcd and sold. 10 tf
Dr. Whitney's Dental Rooms
WILL be closed during the months
of July and August. 04 lw
TjlOK SALE at the Reformatory
JL bcnooi. ny ine dhio or ton.
W. O. NEEDHAM.
At Less than Auction Prices !
Prlvalo Sale ol Household Goods.
PROF. Van Slyke, of Oahu College,
l'unithoii, oilers for sale (on nc.
count of departure), at very low prices
a few chnlcu articles of furniture, in.
eluding two largo handeomo Easels, a
B. W. Secretary and Bookcase, com.
binedjaB. W. velvet-upholstered EaBy
Chair, a beautiful hanging lamp, several
10-fect Cornico Poles
with fixtures, a
Davis Sewing Machino
used), a Bed, bpring and Hair Mattress, a
very nice aud linndy JJ. w. Music Rack,
several small Fancy Tables, Shelves,
Brackets, Rugs, &c. Also, a young first,
class Horse, broken to both harness and
saddle, a Brake (nearly as good as new),
aud a Single Harness, 1 Ludlcs' Suddlu
and 1 t! cut's Saddle. Tliuo articles can
bo examined nnd purchased at any time
beforo Juno 27th. CU 2v
HAVING purohascd tho entlro Ship
Chandlery Slock of A. W. Polrco
& Co., wo oiler tho same for salo at very
low pi ices.
INTER.ISLAND STEAM N. CO.
Honolulu, June 14, 1888. 0'J 2w
ALL amounts duo the firm of Brown
& Co., Wino & Spirits Merchants,
of Honolulu, that were contrnctcd pic.
vious to the iJOth day of March hist, if
not settled beforo tho Cth day of Juno
nc.t, will bo placed in tho hands of a
lugul prosecutor, with liibtructlona to
suo for, and recovr r at onco.
A. J. CAimVKIGHT,
W. F. ALLUN,
Assignees of lirown & Co.
Honolulu, May 31, 1688. 48 lm
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
I WILL SELL FOR
Mies' MM Meriar, Lies' Mtefl Underwear
In Balbrigau, Merinos and India Gauze at a
Received by last Bteamer a Fine and Elegant Lino of
Boys' and Ohildrens' Clothing
Which 1 oiler at
BED ROOK PRICES
Received direct from New Yoik and Philadelphia- a Fine Lino of
Gents' , Ladies' & Childrens' Shoes !
GREAT BARGAINS IN
LADIES' BLACK SILK HOSE !
Opposite Irwin & Co.
GASH SALE at 8. F. EHLERS & CO.'S
o FOR THE o
JScg WEJX1T TVO WJEEKS -33
To closo out a consignment of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES !
Black Rhadamcs reduced from S2 50 to $1 75.
Black Grosgrain reduced from SI 75 to $1 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from $3 00 to $2 00.
Ota m Sis ift Lre-Mrt ii Pi priii.
i W Ed I
Are receiving by every incoming steamer from San
New Boods ! New Goods !
Furniture, Clairs, Pianos, MarsPictnres,
Crockery Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods ! Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES IN
3PIA.3N-OS ana IHUJaiS'ITrUK.ESJ
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Ilaud
( Warranted Singers.)
FOR SALE AT
Hi iff L
Take Notice !
5 Fort St.
and Made to Order.
& CO.'S. IQ5 Fort Street,