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BSrSlrnW IlalB In ureal Yurloly,
Embroidery Chenille, Arrascito, Mb
bosono, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in nil shades nt the
jSSS'Gonlfl Flno Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to the Leaders of
Cheap Prices, tho Akcade.
JS65Al tho AnoARK you can liny
White and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
Leader of Low Prices,
T XI 33
TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1888.
S a Austi.illa dom Sun 1 mneWeo
June 2G . , , ,
Stmr W G Hull tor Lnhalnn, Mniilnca,
Kona anil Knu nt 10 a in
Stmr Kinu for 1 Ho and wayports at 4
Stinr Mlknh la for Knunl at 5 p in
Stmr LlKcllko fot Kahulubut 5 p in
Stinr 1 cliua for Hatnnkua at C p in
VESSELS LEAVI tic TOMMRO W.
Stinr Iwal.uil for Lahalna and llaina
kua nt 8 a in
Prom Snn Francisco, per S S Aiistia
Ha, June 20 - John Forbes, J A Yeilng
ton, 11 M. Gllllng, Mis A I Cioekur and
maid, Miss 11ls3o Ciouch, Mis V Ben
der, J Mons.111.1t, C F Beard, Pi of Al
beit I.yscr, Miss It Mama, Master Hall,
Miss Hall, Miss A Ciook, Mrs Capt
Ahlborn and infant, Mis S O Little,
5lls Alieo Little, Leioy 1 Brown, 11,
O Caiter,'Seiiatoi C F Cionin, Mis Capt
JIcNalr and son, W II Gr.ienbalgli, W
II Pairc, J C Lane, Dr & B Swift, wlfo
and ciilld, A A Ohapin, 0 E Olmpln, T
Efcmltli, Miss Aliee Morrill, S I Shaw.
Miss Eva White, W Woon, J E Ilack
feld, wife and two i-eivuuts, Miss Gian,
Miss Hellbi uu and 29 stcciagc.
For Maul and tiaw.ill, per stmr W G
Hall, June 20-Tuu King, F S Dunn
and wife, J K.iulnno, Mis Holmes and
sen ant, Mia Campbell, J II S Martin
and daughter, A Gteonw ell, B Tluuin,
F Ilayley, Miss It Shaw, Julian Mou
s.mat and 75 deck.
ARIUVAI.S AT SAN FRANCISCO.
.Tunc. 4. bklnc M.uv Wlnkelinan, 17
davs fiom Honolulu
June 5, bk C 1) Bryant,
1 G, bk Mystic Belle, 21 days fiom
iln: bk Deutsehland, 28 days
lonoluln; bk Cam Tual, 17 dajs
Juno 7, bk.St Lucie, 34 days fiom
Honolulu; bk V S Thompson, 21 days
June 12, steamer Austialia, 7 days
Juno 14. bkt Amelia, 10 days fiom
Honolulu; b;r Consuclo, 15 days fiom
Juno 15, schr W S Bowne, Viy, days
fiom Honolulu; bkt Plauter, 15 days
SAILED TOR HONOLULU.
June 15, bktne Dlscoery fiom San
Juno 17, bk F S Thompson from San
Fiancisco; bkWB Godfiey from Sau
June 18, schr Eva from Euieka; bkt
Ella from Em uka.
June 10, schr Anna fiom San Frtfn
eisco. LOADING l'OIl nONOLULU.
Bktne Maiy Winkclmau to sail Juno
19; bk C D Bryant to sail Juue 20; schi
WS Bowne to sail ; SSMaiiposa
to sail June 30.
. Jlrig Luiliiio.
Tho S S Australia, H C Houdlette
Commander, bailed from PauTiancisco,
June 10th, at 2 p m, with 42 cabin and
35 steciage passeugeis, and also 782 tons
freight of general merchandise. Ex
perienced light NW and NE aiis with
.smooth sea and lino weather tho whole
The Haw bk Ifalnkaua ai lived at Poit
Townsend fiom San Fiancisco to load.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A good sober man is wanted
drive a milk wagon.
ANoruKR lot of Philadelphia Lager
JBoer received at Dodd & Miller's.
The Fourth of July Committee
have an impoitant notice in to-day's
Mr. John McLean, general black
smith, has removed to the shop op
posite Hopper's Mill.
Tun sailing of tho steamer W. G.
Hall was delayed two hours by late
freight this moining.
Mr. Nolte did not receive any
oysters to-day on account of their
boing out of season in San Francibco,
Don't foiget to call at tho Pan
theon and try tho now lot of St. Louis
beer, just arrived per Australia to
Messrs. W. F. Allen and Jas. I.
Dowsctt have been appointed assign
ees of tho estato of the Pacific Navi
Invitations mo out for tho first
social danco to bo gnon by the Ha
waiian Social Club on Friday oven
ing, Juno 2!)th,
CArT. W. Dates will tako command
of the steamer Mikahnla this even
ing, on account of tho illness of
The steamer Kinau will make a
special trip this week; a number of
thf passongcis who camo by the S.
8.' Australia will probably go.
At noon to-day, the JIouso ad
journed until 10 n. m. to-nionow,out
of respect to tho memory of tho lato
Empeior of Germany, whoso death
was announced to tho Houso by tho
Tjin Legislative committco on tho
C)ineso question hold a public meet
ing last night. 'Tho testimony of
plumbers and tinsmiths was taken.
Its publication in tho Bulletin is
unavoidably delayed by tho pressure
cl foreign nowa by tho steamer,
A Chinksk or .Tapnnoso boy 13
wanted for gcnoinl housowoik.
. m . '.
A MlNiAiuitn full rigged Bhip with
nil sails not, is on exhibition ul
TiiEnn will bo a meeting of the
Building Committee of St. Andiew's
Cuthedral nt the Cnthcdial, on Wed
nesday, June 27, nt -1:30 p. m.
Pnor. Canai is performed at the
Chinese Tlieatio Inst night to a fair
sized audience. The tricks took im
mensely, and applause was frequent.
Tms evening at tho Opera llouso,
Piof. Canaris, will givo his faionoll
performance. Ho will niiiko an ex
posuio of thoeabinot tiiok by going
through tho same without tho aid of
a cabinet. Ho will also make expo
sitions of numerous othci tricks of
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. B. Honolulu Rifles,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Lccluto by Mis. Florence
Ham nt Harmony Hall, at
7:45 o'clock, subject: Geo. Elliot.
Prof. Canaris gives a performance
at the Opera House, at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of Excelsior Lodge, No.
1, I. O. O. F. at its hall, Foit street,
at 7 :30 o'clock.
Court of Lunaliio No. CG00, A.
O. of F. meets at hall of Oahu
Lodge K. of P., at 7:30 o'clock.
Special meeting of the Honolulu
Social Club, at 7:30 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY L. J. LEVEY.
By order of the executors of tho
estate of Geo. Engclhault, deceased,
the lease of the premises lately
occupied by the deceased, at his
sales room at 12 noon.
BY J. F. MORGAN.
At his sales room, at 12 noon, by
order of the Trustees of His
Majesty's Estate, the leases of 15
different paicles of land.
At 10 a. m. to-raonow at the resi
dence of Mr. Leslie. Bcrctania
street, the entire household furni
ture. EMPEROR WILLIAMS.'
The full length portrait of Em
peror Williams in another column
indicates the arrival of u new lot of
the celebrated draught Anheuser
beer of St. Louis. By tho Austra
lia this day the Pantheon Saloon re
ceived another invoice of this cele
brated beer which is now ready for
WASHINGTON IRVING BISHOP'S
At 4:30 o'clock- yesterday after
noon, the time announced for Mr.
Bishop to commence his seance.
Emma Square was pretty well filled
The first act of mind reading per
formed by Mr. Bishop, was the
finding of an aiticle hidden among
the shrubbery. lie started blind
folded with the persons who had
concealed the article, (a knife) went
around the Square, and finally stop
ping at the place of concealment,
and diew forth the knife.
His second act was to find an
article concealed within a radius of
a mile from the Squaie, ho (hiving
to the place in a buggy, blind
folded. Three gentlemen, selected from
the committee pieviously appointed
by the company Major W. II.
Coinwell, J. H. Paty and Lieutenant
Rittcnhouse, of tho U. S. S. Van-
dalia started out to hide a certain
article. Colonel Geo. W. Macfar
lano said that he had just received
the article to be concealed, from Jlis
Majesty, and if tho committee would
step to one side he would givo it to
them. They did so, and receiving
tho article from Mr. Macfarlane,
proceeded to hide it.
They were gone about one-half
hour when they returned to the
Square. Mr. Bishop, who had prev
iously ananged a map fit tho city
affixed to a board in full sight of the
spectators, said that before ho
staited to-flnd theaiticle, he would
mark its exact place of concealment
on tho map.
Ho was then blindfolded and in a
very short tiino mado a pencil
mark on the map designating tho
place of concealment. Ho requested
that tho spot marked bo covered up,
so that no one could sec it, and thus
perhaps lnfoim him of its locality.
Tho request was faithfulh carried
Mr. Bishop then started, securely
blindfolded, with the threo com
mittco men', for the carriago stand
ina outside the Squat c. Tho com
mittee occupied tho back seat of tho
carriage, while Mr. Bishop sat on
tho fiont sent and drovo tho horses,
lie drovo safely through tho streets,
tinning corners at tho right time
and avoiding every danger, and
eventually pulled up in front of
Messrs. Benson, Smith & Co.'s diug
store. Alighting fi our the carriage,
ho went into tho storo nnd walked
to tho soda water fountain, whero
ho found tho concealed article.
Mr. Bishop drovo back to tho
Squaro, but tho successful result of
tho experiment was announced be
foro his arrival, and tho map was
uncovered, to asceitain if tho spot
marked on it corresponded with tho
location of tho place whero tho arti-
XSrUo not f-vll to call at Iho
AncAun and oxamino tho Splondid
Stock of Embroidered Suits at re
clo wns found. To tho astonishment
of all, the marked place on the map
designated the exact spot occupied
by Benson, Smith & Co.'s store.
When Mr. Bishop got back to the
Square ho was in a very exhausted
conditioned consequently departed
at once for his quarters at the Hotel.
MR. ORAEHHALGII'S RETURN.
Mr. AV. II. Giaonhalgli returned
from a tiip to tho Coast, by the S.
S. Australia to-day. Mr. Gracn
hnlgli has brought with him a largo
number of new books and all the
paper covered libraries can now be
obtained at his store (formerly T. G.
Thrum's.) Mr. Giaenhalgh will
hereafter receive all the daily, week
ly and monthly publications and
will ro-cstablish tho newspaper
business which Mr. Thrum aban
doned sometime ago.
A TRINITY OF OBLIGATIONS.
The public of Honolulu arc under
obligation to Mr. John Cummins
for often furnishing them tho first
intimation of the appioach of the
California steamers. When a
steamer is sighted at Waimanalo
Mr. Cummins, or someone in charge
by his orders, telephones the intelli
gence to tho. Genital; the Central
transmits lite information to Lucas's
mill ; the mill whistle sounds the
signal ; and tho public thus learn
that tho steamer is at hand a couple
of hours before they can sec her.
The whole service is gratuitous, in
the interest of the public, and the
public arc under a trinity of obliga
tions to Waimanalo, the Ccntial,
and the Mill.
ARRIVAL OF THE AUSTRALIA.
The S. S. Australia, Captain
Houdlctt, came up to the O. S. S.
wharf at 11:38 o'clock this morn
ing in handsome stylo. A large
throng of people, chiefly ladies,
were gathered on the wharf to re
ceive tho steamer. Forty-two cabin
and twenty-nine steciage passen
The Porter-Ashe paity Mrs. A.
I. Crocker and maid, Miss Bessie
Ciouch, Mrs. W. Bender, Mr. H.
M. Gillig, Mr. J. A. Yerington,
and Senator John Forbes are
among the passcngeis and were on
the bridge when the steamer camo
in. Of the part3, Senator John For
bes and Mr. J. A. Yerington leave
for the Colonics by tho next steam
er, while the others remain here a
Eive school teachers, with Prof.
Albert Lyser, came.
Mr. E. A. Keil has succeeded
Mr. Bedolfe as Purser of the S. S.
The coming races on the "Glo
rious Fourth" is the all-absorbing
topic of conversation on Maui now
adays, and if the expectations of
the Club be fulfilled, they will most
assuiedly have a grand time. The
last Likelikc bi ought several fa
mous runners from Honolulu, and
Haua is expected to send her con
tingent of lacing-stock. There will
be a grand display of fireworks in
the evening from lighters in the
hatbor of Kahului, and altogether it
appeals that Maui residents will
show their loyalty to the memory of
the day in a fitting manner. ,
The island has been blessed with
repeated copious bhowei 5 lately, and
presents a decidedly veidant ap
pearance. Kahului folks are anxious to know
what this Legislature will do with
the appropriation of 810,000 for
water pipes from Wailuku, passed
several years ago, but never expend
ed for the purpose. The honorable
representatives for Wailuku ought
to givo this matter their earnest at
tention, as it is a question of vital
importance for the future giowih
and piosperity of Kahului, and In
fact will be absolutely necessary in
a few yetu s. Water, water, water,
is our onlj' cry, and now that tho
Kalaunana water woiks have been
completed, the Superintendent'
might have moio Ieisuro to attend
to this work.
On tho evening of the 31st of
May, the inhabitants of Kahului
weio disturbed from their profound
after-supper meditations by 2 or 3
pistol shots, coming from the lock
up, and as they poked their noses
out of doors they were treated to
the edifying spectacle of a support
er of tho law, i.e. a constable, stag
gering out of tho prison yard in
pursuit of his wife, who sped round
tho corner and vanished in Wilder
& Co.'s Laborers' house, while the
'jolly cop was strutting round like
Goliath defying tho Israelites, flour
ishing his deadly weapon, firing at
a dog and missing and pointing it
nt borne Chinamen seated in a Chi
nese store, in a manner that strifck
terror into their hearts. Fortu
nately ho went home and to bed
without any accident happening;
but it is hard to tell what might
have happened if anybody had
crossed his way or stepped on his
It is a disgrace to see an officer
of tho law set such an example to
the masses, and the man ought to
have been summiuily dismissed,
whicU hevever he was not, Who
is to blumej Ilia valiant brother
officer when asked tho next day why
ho did not an est tho man, gavo tho
excuse that "he was afraid to go
Ifc : -JlJL HitJMhllMi '
near him, as he heard him fire the
shots and thojtght ho might get hurt
in attempting to nrrcst him." Such
heroism ought not to go unrewarded.
23nn Day June 25.
Tho Houso re-assembled at 1 p.
m. and resumed the consideration
of tho bill to amend tho Constitu
tion. Noble Young replied to Rep.
Kinney's remarks aiid snid that he
did not employ Chinese, but other
people did, and they would havo
them, tho liouorablo member from
Hnmakua to tho contrary notwith
standing. He said the Chinese
labor was the best class of labor wo
havo here. There were other ways
of settling this question without
dabbling in Constitutional amend
ments. Tho honorable member had
accused him of riding rough shod
over his bill, arid aB ho thought that
perhaps ho had, he would withdraw
his motion to indefinitely postpone
this bill, and let it go to a commit
tee. Noble Hitchcock Baid that he
favoted Noble Young's remarks.
He did not favor tho tampering with
tho Constitution. It was the founda
tion of good Government, and no
st6nc should be lemoyed from this
foundation for at least two years.
He therefore movod that the dis
cussion of this bill be deferred until
tho committee to whom was referred
the Anti-Asiatic petition report.
Rep. Kinney's motion was car
ried. Second reading of a bill relating
to internal taxes.
The bill was read by its title and
referred to the Financo Committee.
Second reading of a bill to amend
1177 of the Civil Code, relating to
certain rights of tenants on lands.
Rep. C. Brown moved to have the
bill read through, so that ho might
ask the intioducer the object of tho
bill, as it is word for word as tho
law' now stands in the compiled
laws. The bill was read through
and the question asked.
Rep. Nakaleka answered the
question. He said that the Kono-
hikis had always tried to evade the
provisions of this. Ho said that the
the konohikis had refused to let the
natives gather ti leaves to wrap their
pai ai in, as they claimed that tho
ti leaves were gathered for profit,
and a certain Judge at Wailuku
decided that ti leaves could not be
taken for such purposes, as the law
says that they shall take nothing
from the land, to be sold for profit.
He says that Hhe law is so inter
preted on Molokai. And in conse
quence he brought in this bill.
The bill was referred to the select
committee on konohlki fisheries.
Second reading of a bill relating
to agents to take acknowledgments.
The bill was lead by its title and
considered section by section.
Each section was read, and with
amendments was passed. The bill
was then passed as amended. The
title and enacting clause were read,
and passed to engrossment to be
read a third time on Wednesday.
Second reading of a bill to amend
section 1068 of the Civil Code
relating to the practice of law. Tho
bill was read byits title and referred
to the Judiciary Committee.
Second reading of a bill to facili
tate the sale of revenue slnuios.
The bill was read through, also the
report of tho Finance Committee,
which embodied a new bill. A long
discussion was had on the propriety
of this bill, and thd justice of mak
ing these several agents keep stamps
on hand for which thoy are obliged
to pay cash. The priginal bill pass
ed to engrossment to bo read a
third time on Thursday.
Second reading of a bill to .regu
late the water supply of Honolulu.
The bill was read by its title and re
ferred to tho Committee on Public
Lands and Internal Improvements.
Noble Watcrbouse gavo notice of
a bill to regulate tho keeping of
Minister Green gave notice of a
bill to defray tho expenses of the
Government, until the passage of
tho Appropriation bill. Ho also
under suspension of the rules read
tho bill by its title a first time.
Rep. C. Brown moved that the
rules be suspended and the bill be
read a second time and referred to
the Financo Committee. Lost.
Tho House then adjourned until
10 a. m. to-morrow.
The following persons nro 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 daughter,
Mrs. W. L. Hopper and 2 children,
Miss Tcmplcton, Miss Stunrt, Miss
Moar, W. F. Frear, Miss Potter,
AYra. Ungcr and wife, Mrs. A. O.
Forbes, Frof. Van Slyko and wife,
Mrs. Banning, Miss Uanning, Mrs,
W. C. Wilson and son, Frof. Scott,
J. Koch, A. Caio, Mrs. A. 1 Peter
son, Miss Louisson, Miss Bcrwin,
F. L. Patten, F, M. Lewis, Mrs.
L. A. Thurston, A. Hcneburg,
E. Muhjer, children of W. F,
Poguc, C. Lehnmnn, A. Rosen?
berg, Miss Webster, Dr. P. W. P,
..w, xil-MM U W.-A.
Xotlce under lUs head mc clmined JO cent
per line for thejirsl Inset lion, and S cents per line
cicry additional insertion.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
linvo jti9t received ox Australia
another lot of that " PHILADELPHIA
LA.OER BEEIt'' in kegs, which they
are offering to their customeis. 7S lw
CALL at No. 81 Nuuumt street, and
ixaininc the curlo, lust opened
never before seen in this Kingdom be
fore. 70 at
fc Co.'s. 72 lw
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will bo gratefully iccclv
cd for the use of tho inmates of tho
Uranch Hospital for Lepers at Knknako,
or nt tho Leper Sittlmcnt on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Wntcrliousc, jr., at the
Queen Btrect Store. l&f tf
T LGISLATURE OF 1080. 'Tho Daily
,JLi nnd Weekly Bulletin" contains the
on'y correct hiiu rename reports 01 uio
proceedings of the present I.egUlnlure.
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
JL ovenlnRpnpcr. Tit) cents tier month.
EOISLATURE OF 1080. "Iho Dally
nnd Weekly Bulletin" contains tho
only correct nnd reliablo reports of the
proceedings of tho picsout Legislature.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
L advertise it in the Daily Rum.ktin
BRANDS OF CALI-
l'oit, Madeira aud SInlami.
lor saio 111 itcga unci cnes iy
GONSALVEb & CO.,
01 Queen street.
JOB PRINTING ot nil kinds exc
euted at the Daily Bum.tctin OOlcr
E ONLY PAPER read by all
Insses ' TIio Daily Bulletin." 50
cents per month.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Will.
HAWAIIAN Fruit & Taro Co. Gen.
tlemcn : I have made a chemic il
examination of the sample of Taio Flour
which you havo submitted to mo and
find that same is entirely free from any
injurious Hibstnnco nliatccr. Yours
very truly, Geo. W. Smith, Anilyst.
Honolulu, June 1, 18S8. 71 lm
TPO tho Creditors
of the Estato of
Hoy, a bankrupt, tako
That the undersigned, Assignee of tlio
Estate of Chun Hoy, a bankrupt, hac
preparatory to Ills final account and
dividend, submittal his accounts as
such Assignee and lllcl the Eiimu bo
foro Hon. It. F. Bickcrlon, Justice of tho
Supreme Court, at his Chnmbers, to
whom ho will apply at 10 o'clock a. m.,
on TUESDAY, July 3rd, 1883, for settle,
ment of said accounts and for a dis
charge from nil liability as such As
signee, and for an order to make a
Anu that any
then and there
Assignee of the
person interested mny
appear nnd contest tho
IV. C. PARKE,
Bankrupt Estato of
Honolulu, June 2r, 188S.
Carriage Wraps, Kid Gloves,
Ladici' and Childrens'
BlaGk Diamonu Dye Hosiery
And a full line of
Sateens, All Colors,
FOIt SALI', AT
07 No. 10 Store. 2w
The Agents of the
Oceanic S, S, Com'y
TImu arranged for an Excursion
ot Teachers wishing to visit
tho Convention of tho
Held in San Francisco,
July XVLli. to SOtli.
Itonnd trip tickets from Honolulu
Ban Francisco nnd return ;
Which Includes tho initiation or mem.
bership fee ami all tho privileges
of the Association,
Q5For further particulars apply lo
W. G. IRWIN & CO.,
00 Agents, O. B, S. Co. tf
Imported Direct from tana.
i. L, mS.MimMiMiMkiimi
63 & 65 FORT
1 WILL SELL
LafliBS' MM Men car, Lais' MM Merwear
In Balbrignn, Meiiuns nnd India Gauze nt a
Received by last steamei a Fino and Elegant Lino of
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing,
deceived direct fiom New Yoik nnd Philadelphia a Fine Line of
Gents', Ladies' & Childrens' Shoes I
GREAT BARGAINS IN
LOOSES' BLACK SULK E-iOSE !
Opposite Irwin & Co.
To close out a consignment of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES !
Black Rhadamcs reduced from $2 50 to $1 75.
Black Groograin reduced from $1 75 to SI 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from S3 00 to $2 00.
Oler Black Sis ai L
Proven to be the best in
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Ar3S2 SEE OUR
Antique Oak Bedroom Suits !
Magnificent and just the style.
ANTIQUE OAK DltytNG ROOM SETS !
Tho handsomest ever imported for tho trade.
Pailor Suits in Si
EASY CHAIRS IN SKVERAL BEAUTIFUL STYLES !
104 ITort Struct, Honolulu.
Take Notice !
W JEJUISIS 22
- - Mncet ii Proportion.
the world for this climate.
Ik Plush !
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