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THURSDAY,, JUNE 28, 1888.
Btini' 0 R Bishop from Kuau
Stmr .Ins Mnkco from hnpna
Stmr Wnlfnunalo from Ewn
Stmr Knala for Wniaime and Walaluaat
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW. '
Stmr 0 It Bishop for a circuit of Oahu
at 0 a in
Bktno S N Castle for fcan Francisco
From Knpmi per stmr Jas Mnkcc,
June 23 ol . S Spalding and 3 deck.
From Kuau per stmr 0 R Bishop,
Juno 28 lion II 1' Baldwin, Mrs A
Lovell and A II Landraf.
GARC0E3 FilGM ISLAND PORTS.
Makec 033 hags of sugar.
Bishop 1,971) bags sugar.
Tito brig Hazard was docked at tho
old Custom House wharf tins morning
Tho bk U O Whltmore took for San
Francisco yesterday afternoon 25,004
bags suaar and JW0 bunches of bananas.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
TWENTY-THKEE (logs WOIO shot
the Station House this morning.
The Honolulu Rifles will moot for
battalion drill, at 7 :30 p. in., on Fri
day. TiiEitii will be
a party at the rcsi
Justice Judd, this
denco of Chief
N. Castle will sail for San
to-morrow morning at 9
Tub next number of tho "Paradiso
of tho Pacific" will bo out on Satur
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A dividend of $3 per sharo will pay
ablo at the oilico of AV. S. S. Co., on
Saturday, Juno 30th, 1888.
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A large quantity of ship stores
came by tho S. S. Australia on Tues
day for the "U. S. S. Omaha.
A wholesale liquor merchant and
two ladies walked out to Waikiki
and back the other evening, for $10.
"Engaged" will be played at tho
Opera House this evening. Doors
open at 7 :30 o'clock, tho play begins
at 8. .' , , ,
The comps made a bravo strugglo
to reach "what is ahead of us," but
could not grasp it in time for press
In consequence of the cntortain
mont at the Opera House to-night,
there will be no meeting of tho He
The Cormorant's ministrel and
. Dramatic Company will assist in
Harry" Byng's variety performance
on Saturday evening, Juno 30.
Messks. Lewis and Co. have just
received a great variety of fresh gro
ceries, fruits, etc. Their card speci
fics the staplo articles. Rend it and
order to taste.
Mr. J. C. Lane, representing the
McKenny Directory Company, has
. beon canvassing the town for adver
tisements for his directory to-day,
meeting with considerable success.
Mu. P. G. Gamarinos, 'dealer in
California and domestic fruits, etc.,
presented tho inmates of Kakaako
Branch Hospital,-yestorday, with a
quantity of pino apples and water
melons. . -
Friday, tho 27th July, will ond
tho present term in tho Government
Schools of tho Kingdom. The dates
appointed for tho annual examina
tions aro givon by authority of tho
Board of Education in this paper.
The men-of-war wcro decorated
with flags to-day in honor of tho
coronation of Queen Victoria. Sa
lutes wero fired at noon from the U.
S. Flagship Vandalia, and tlio shoro
battery at Kakaako.
The concert by tho Hawaiian
Band at tho hotel last evening was
thoroughly enjoyable, and so im
mensely pleased' wcro tho lato arriv
als that thuy could not got onough,
but continually called for more.
Tub British Consul at, San Fran
cisco, Gen. Donohuo, has announced
his intention of bringing to tho at
tention of his Government and of tho
Royal llumano Society, tho action
of Capt. II, M. Hayward of tho Ma
riposa, in rescuing recently tho ship
wrecked crow of tho Bark Henry
c tho sale of Mr. Vogel'tf house
hold furniture to-morrow morning,
nt 10 o'clock, by Mr. J. F, Morgan, a
very nice and convenient writing
table, made by tho lato J. II. "SVicke,
an extension dining table, with
chairs to match, and a European
mahogany side board, with a heavy
plato mirror attached, will bo oflbrod.
Theso articles aro all as good as now
and of superior quality. An op
portunity is thus offered to persona
X who may desire furniture of this
'class, There aro also many other
ueoful and'ornamentnl articles to bo
. gold, specified in tho auctioneer's, list,
J5Straw Hats in great variety,
Embroidery Ulienlllo, Arrascnc, I?ib
boscno, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and "Worsted in all shades ut tho
Thk King will
return on Sunday
Mh. Rossini, a sculptor, who was
hero about two years ago, returned
on the Australia.
Gooli weather is reported at Kauai
and Maui, by tho steamers which ar
rived this morning.
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TilK steam roller went out to tho
Xnsano Asylum this morning, to roll
a piece of road there.
A dividend of $3 per share will
bo payable at tho oillcc of tho 1. 1.
S. N. Co., on Fridny.Juno 29th, 1888.
l'aia and Grove
Ranch mills aro
for this season. Tho last of their
sugar cnino hero this morning.
The Mariposa is advertised in the
San Francisco papers to leave that
place June 30th, for the Colonies via
Honolulu. She will bo duo hero Sat
urday, July 7th.
The S. S. Kinau will arrive hero
on Sunday, in tho afternoon this
time, on account of her sailing on
Tuesday and making a special trip
to the "Volcano.
The Woman's Board of Missions
will meet on Friday, Juno 29th, at
tho usual place, at 2:30 p. m. This
will tako tho place of tho regular
meeting for July.
Some blooded horses (that is horses
that contained blood), bcloiming to
Grovo Hunch, were sold at auction at
Kuau the other day, and at prices
ranging between .f 10 and $30.
Mn. II. P. Baldwin's naptha launch
came from Kuau by thestcamer C. It.
Bishop this morning, and will proba
bly bo used for pleasure sailing dur
ing Mr. Baldwin stay hero.
During the past two days Messrs.
J. E. Brown & Co. have booked no
less than fifteen Portuguese to St.
Michael and Azores by tho Burling
ton route, for which they are agents
Caitai j A. Lovell who has been
managing the P. N. Co.'s landing at
Kuau, for sometime past, has sold
out his household effects there, closed
tho landing and is about Jo shnko
kuau dust off his feet.
AVildeii's S. S. Co. has the contract
to bring ' Hamakuapoko, Paia, and
Grovo Ranch sugar to Honolulu,from
tho first of July. The sugar from
the three abovo named plantations
will bo sontby rail to Kahului, whore
Wilder's lino will receive it.
Mind reading will bo tho themo of
discoursu at the Adventist Mission
Hall, Fort street, Friday evening,
June 29th, at' 7:30. How is it done?
is the question to bo answered. The
subject of spiritualism will also bo
considered from a biblical standpoint-
All are invited.
B. II. Kahananui, charged with
knocking tho stuffing out of his wife,
and W. II. Pond, charged with as
sault with a pistol on Mrs. Virginia
Pond, last evening, wcro called up in
the Police Court this morning, and
continued until next month. Ke
anji, a wahine, was sent on the reef
for ono month, for disturbing the
quiet of the night.
Mn. Yerington, who arrived hero
by the S. S. Australia on Tuesday, is
spoken of as a wealthy mine owner
of Nevada. Mr. Yerington, in com
pany with Mr. Forbes, who also came
by tho S. S. Australia, is on a
jouruoy around tho world. Mr. Yer
ington presented Captain Iloudlett,
master of tho steamer ho came down
on, with a pieco of native silver as it
was dug out of his mine.- Tho piece
is nearly as largo as a pigeon egg.
EVEIITS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. D. Honolulu Rifles,
at 7:30 o'clock.
The adjourned .monthly meeting
of tho.Y. M. C. A., at 7:30 o'clock,
in tho parlors of the association.
The Amateur Dramatic Associa
tion will produce "Engaged" nt the
Opera House, at 7 :30 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
DY L. J. LEVEY.
By order of tho assignees of the
bankrupt estate of the Pacific Navi
gation Co., at the store house of the
late Company, at 10 a. m. All the
office furniture, groceries and naval
BY J. V. MOnOAN.
At tho residence of Mr. A. Vogel,
Punchbowl street near tho Mormon
church nt 10 a. in., all the household
Tho Dolphin, ono of the recent
additions to tne United States Navy,
arrived at Panama May 21st from
tho South Coast. Tho Dolphin is
tho only American ship of war
painted white. She is rapidly com
pleting her journey from Now York
to San Francisco to sorve as tho dis
patch boat of tho Pacific squadron.
After leaving Now York sho touched
first at St. Thomas, from which
place she went to Colon. Alta,
Tho Dolphin is expected here, let
ters having coino for her by tho
Tho II. S. S. Omaha is reported
to4iavu sailed from Acapuloo, Mex
ico, June 15, for Honolulu.
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IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL advcrtlso it in tho Daily Bulletin
CQTGents Fine Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods, Hals, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to tho Leaders of
Cheap Prices, the Akcadk.
II ii mimii "."J?1
THE RQMAI1 CATHOLIC CATHED
To-morrow, Friday, Juno 29th,
is tho feast of St. 1'ctur and St.
Paul, a holiday which is kept by
the Roman Catholic Church jyttli
great solemnity, to honor St. Peter,
its first sisiblu head. "
Low masses with Holy Com
munion at G and 7 a. m.
High pontifical mass at 10 a. in.
Rosary and solemn benediction of
the M. B. Sacrament nt 3 p. m.
Among the passengers by the
Australia was Miss Alico Little who
Is expecting to go on to Kusaio to
be one of the teachers in the girls'
school there. She is accompanied
by her mother, as far as Honolulu.
The Women's Board havo arranged
for a social meeting to-morrow af
ternoon at the Central Union Church
to meet these ladies. Freight for
the Microucsinn Mission sent on
from Boston, is expected by tho
Mariposa next week. As soon as
possible after its arrival the Morn
ing Star will sail for Microncsian.
Tho new engineer lias arrived, and
the vessel is taking in coal prepara
tory to taking in freight.
PEARL RWR HARBOR.
The following is from the. New
York Journal of Commerce :
San Francisco, March 19. In
formation has reached here from
Honolulu that an extensive examin
ation of Pearl River Harbor, in the
Hawaiian Islands, has been com
pleted by the force of United States
naval olliccrs. It is slated in tho
estimates and plans which have been
sent to "Washington to convey the
information that it will cost S?00,
000 to make the entrance available
for the new cruisers being construc
ted by the United States. It is un
derstood in Honolulu that the ces
sion of the harbor is virtually for-
BUILDING COMMITTEE MEETING.
A meeting of the St. Andrew's
Cathedral building committee was
held yesterday aftcrnoom The re
port of tic finance committee was
read and approved. The canvass
ing committee was asked to continue
its labors and collect all outstanding
pledges and as many new subscrip
tions as could be obtained. It was
decided to notify the Society for
the Propagation of the Gospel in
foreign parts, that two bays of the
new cathedral had been completed
and that the Cathedral would ac
commodate five hundred worship
pers. Tho Society had promised
82,500 when this was carried out.
The meeting throughout was a very
BROKE HIS NECK.
C. B. Patterson, a painter who
formerly carried on business in
Honolulu, was recently killed by a
fall in California. lie was engaged
in painting a lofty ceiling' at Senator
Stanford's residence. The staging
not being high enough, Patterson
placed a box on top of it, to enable
him to reach tho ceiling. "While
standing on it, tho box collapsed,
precipitating Patterson to the Uoor.
He-fell on his head. His neck was
broken and death was instantaneous.
CARD OF THANKS.
The Principal of the English
School at Kailua, North Kona, Ha
waii, and the parents of his pupils,
hereby tender their warmest thanks
to the Board of Education for the
prompt erection of tho new and com
modious schoolhouso at Kailua. The
building is without doubt a credit to
Mr. A. P. Anderson as architect,
and a monument to tho generous
zeal of the Board for the spreadof
education among the natives.
HILO BOARDING SCHOOL.
The Ililo Boarding School held its
52rid anniversary exercises on the
20th instant, in Haili church. The
church was jammed fnll on tho
occasion. Tho programme was
creditably executed, under .tho
direction of the Principal, Mr.
Wako Aeolian Lyre Danhy
Composition How Wo Get Along. . .
Declamation Public Opinion
, D. Kapahue
Oh ! Como Let Us Worship
Concert Recitation Tho Cardinal
Points. .E. Blake, Kalll, Kula, Ka-
Composition National Hawaiian
Food "Win. Nullum
Carnival of Venice
E. lti'own and D. Kapnhco
Declamation Tho Frenchman and
nnd tho 1'lca Powder. ..J. Makalmoku
Composition Games at Kula Ilaual .
Victor Audanto Waltz.. II. B. H. Band
Declamation Paul Rovero's Ride,.,.
' lllhla Parker
Concert Recitation Kllauua.
itd and 4th classes
Skylark Son . , . . , Mendelssohn
Composition Foot hull at tho lioa d-
lug s-chool. Kapukaua
Dlaloguo .Porklns ys. Dorklns
Dramatis Porcomu: Judge, Joo Pnnl,
Sheriff, g. Kapaoua; Clerk, A. Lorrcn;
Porklns, plaintiff, W, Leleo; Dorklns,
defendant, ICapukanu; I.awyerSnap, for
defendant, H. Kapahcej Lawyer chip,
or plaintiff, H. Kapaheo.
Light Zephyr ilctnU'lasohn . .
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Leader of Low Prices,
O. Blako, A. Plhl
Composition Tho Now Hawaiian
Constitution. -. .0. Blako
Coucurt Rcc The Typo Setter's Song
Meet He when 'tin Moonlight
II. U.S. Hand
Conceit Recitation I Can and I Will
Concert Rcc Tho Battle of Ivry
1st and 2nd Classes
Music Hallelujah Chorus Handel
An essay by ono of the first class
boys, Uliarlcs Blako, on
of being published, as showing the
tho author's independence of thought
and ability to write his ideas in
good and lucid English. The ideas
and tho English arc both Charles
Blake's, and not his teacher's. The
Principal of the school is in nowise
responsible for tho ideas expressed.
It was ono year ago, tho 30th of
this month, that there was held in
tho capital city of Honolulu, the
largest and most important mass
meeting ever known in Hawaiian
Tlii3 has always been known as
tho "Reform Meeting." This meet
ing caused a great excitement that
soon spread all over the islands.
This, as wc all know, was tho be
ginning of our Now Constitution.
This mass meeting was composed
of nlmost every kind of pcoplo to
be found in this Kingdom ; but,
mostly wero white foreigners and
natives, who came together to hear
and talk about tho affairs of govern
Many speeches were made by
leading men in Honolulu, and they
all said that, the country was going
to ruin through tho ill governing of
bad mad. They also said the con
stitution was not a good one, and
that they must have a new constitu
tion. This assembly chose 13 of their
number as a committee, and sent
them unto the King demanding a.
new constitution ; and strange as it
may seem, tho King yielded to their
Wo do not know exactly why the
King gave this new constitution, but
probbably because this mass meet
ing had collected a body of armed
men; for, had the King refused
their demand, a bloody revolution
would surely have followed.
However, a new constitution was
made, and on July 7 was proclaimed
the constitution of tho Hawaiian
But, was this constitution law
fully made? I believe not. Be
cause, it was made by the men who
had no right to make it. And, if a
few hundred men had right to
change or make a constitution a
j-oar ago, do not wo possess tho
same right to-day? Certainly we
But this thing can not be so, for
you will find in the old constitution,
this clause written: "Any amend
ment or amendments of this consti
tution must be made in tho Legis
lature." Therefore, by this, we understand
that no other body of men whatever,
had a right to change or make a
And, if our present constitution
was not lawfully made, how can it
ever bo held as our constitution, as
it was not made by the Legislature
in accordance with the constitution.
But, considering this as our con
stitution, lawfully made, then let us
point out the good and evil there is
As far as this constitution goes,
it is a pretty good one I think, with
the exception of a few places. Tho
1st I, will mention is in the 48th
article, whern it says. If the King
will not return a bill presented to
him by tho Legislature within 10
days, Sundays excepted, it shall
also become n law, as if he had
signed it. Now, if the King should
be very sick so that ho could not
attend to the bill in time, it would
becomo a law, whether it was a good
law or a bad law.
Second, is because, tho right to
vote is not given to all men in this
Kingdom, Are not tho Chincso,
Japanese and the South Sea Isl
anders as wiso and ablo to know
what they arc about, as the other
pcoplo in this Kingdom? Very likely
thoy aro. Do not they pay taxes
as other people do? Of course they
do. "Why then was not given to
them tho right to vote?
The 3rd is in tho 59th nnd G2nd
Articles where it says, tnat every
man who cannot read or write but who
voted last election can vote any time
to como whether he knows how to
read or write, and tlioso who can
not read or write who did not voto
last election, can not voto as long as
they aro not able to road or write.
There is no reason, why somo arc
allowed to vote, and somo who arc
of tho same class of men arc not
allowed to voto.
Now friends, so far as wo think
think this constitution is right, let
us suetnin it, at tho samo time, let
us try and correct tho blunders wo
thus find, and, may God ble3s
Kingdom when it has a good
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will ho gratefully rccelr.
ed for tho use of tho inmates of the
Branch Il03pllal for Lepers nt ICukoako,
or at the Leper Nc ttlment on Molokal,
If left with J, T. Wolerhouse, 1r at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
EST BUTTERSCOTCH at
Hart ii Co.'s, " 73 lw
JiA'l .fe '
SSTAt the AiiOADi: you can buy
White and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
TESTIMONY TAKKK FllOJt TINSMITHS,
ETC., ON CIHNr.SK QUKSTION.
The following is a summary of
the evidence taken before tho Legis
lative committee on the Chinese
question last evening, Mr. Foster in
the Chair. Mr. Kinney examined
First witness called was Mr. F.
Williehn, who stated that he had
been a resident of Honolulu for
twenty-one years, had worked for
fourteen years as a carpenter, four
of these ycnr3 as a master carpenter.
Being asked If "he found that In liis
occupation lie had to compete with
Chinese, flhc replied that ho had to
his sorrow, mid did not know how
to get it over at times. The reason
why was, that the Chinese did the
work so much cheaper than he could
dare attempt to do it at. The rate
of pay for which a Chinese carpen
ter works is about two dollars or
less n daj',at lcast,I saw an advertise
ment lately, offering mechanics at
tliaf, rate, but of course, the master
would have some of that for profit.
The white carpenter is actually
driven out of the country, as ho
cannot compete with Chinese wages.
I employ natives, but not quite as
many as I could employ, were it
not for the Chinese; I pay them
two and two and a half dollars per
F. ."Wiikglm, (continued.)' Tho
(Jlnnesc havo entered against us in
all kinds of carpenter work, and
ninny prominent men in this
town employ them as well as men
of limited capital. There are seven or
eight white carpenters having shops
.u town. I could not really say how
many Chincso shops there are.
There have been scores of good car
penters, men with families, men
with littlo plots of freehold prop
erty, who have been citizens here
for j-cars, forced within the last few
years, to leave the country and seek
employment elsewhere. I can name
numbers of them, (which the wit
ness did.) There have been Chi
nese come to me offering me their
services J gratis, to be allowed to
learn the trade, ono especially, a
Chinese Contractor, bothered me
considerably on this head six
mouths ago. I am not a member
of the Anti-Asiatic Union, nor did
I sign the petition.
To bo continued.
Kollcc under thin head arc charged in cent
per line for the first insertion, and C ctii( per line
every additional insertion.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
liara just received or Australia
another lot of thai " PHILADELPHIA
LAGER BEKIt" in kegs, which they
are offerinjj to their customers. 78 lw
HAWAIIAN Fruit &Taro Co. Gen.
tlcmcn: I hnvu made a chemical
examination of the sample of TaroPlour
which you havo submitted to mo and
find that samo is entirely frco from any
injurious substance whatever. Yours
very truly, Geo. W. Smith, Analyst.
Honolulu, Juuo 1, 1838. 7t lm
LLGISUTUrtE OF 18B8. "The Daily
and "Weekly Bulletin" contains tho
only correct and reliable reports of tho
proceedings of the present Legislature.
LEGISLATURE OF 1888. "Tho Daily
and Weekly Bulletin" contains the
only correct aud reliable reports of thu
proceedings of tho present Legislature.
THE DAILY BULLETIN has the
JL largest circulation of uny paper
printed in this Kingdom. SO cents per
BRANDS OF CALI-
Port. Madeira aud Jlulairn.
for sale in kega and cases by
UONSALVES & CO.,
81 Queen street.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas Mill.
IF YOU really want your monoy's
worth of tho finest nomu-Mudc
French and Plain Candies, tho most
Delicious Ico Orcame, or Fnncy and
Plain Calces, call nt the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ico Cream
PiirlorB, established 1803, Hotol, oppo
site Bethel street. F. IIohn, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Ornn
menter. P. S. Tho only placo where
tho Ucnuino Butter Scotch is mnnu.
factored nnd sold, 10 tf
? School, by
at the Koformnlory
tho halo or ton.
W. G. NKBDIIAM.
Notice of Removal,
aIIK ofllco of tho Intcr.lsland Steam
. Navigation Company has been re
moved to tho premises formerly occu.
pied by Pierco & Co., on Queen street.
Creditor of the Ettato of
Hoy, a bankrupt, tako
That tho undersigned, Asslgnco of the
Kstntu of Chun Hoy, a bankrupt, have
preparatory to his llnal account and
dividend, submitted his accounts w
such Assignee and hied thu ruino bo.
foto Hon. It. K.Blckcrton, Justice of the
Supremo Court, at his Chambers, to
whom ho will npply at 10 o'clock a. m.,
on TUESDAY, July 3rd, 1889, for settle!
ment of raid accounts .and fur a dls
clinrgo from all liability ua such As.
Bignee, and for an order to make a
Ami that uny
then and there
Assimico of the
person Interested may
appear ami contest llio
W. O, PARKU,
Bnnkrupt Estato of
Honolulu, June 25, 1688,
Llvlti LSL wu id
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
I WILL SELL FOR
In Balbrigan, Merinos and India Gauze nt a
Received by last steamer a Fine and Elegant Lino of
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing
Which I oiler at .'.';
BED BOOK PRICES ffl
Received direct from New York and Philadelphia a Fino Lino of
Gent's, Ladies' & Children's Shoes ip"
GREAT BARGAINS IN . $
Opposite Irwin & Co.
To cIoeo out a
Black Rhadames reduced from $2 50 to $1 75. -v.
Blaclc Grosgrain reduced from $1 75 to SI 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from S3 00 to $2 OO.
Ofe M 81s aid Lffl3
AMD SEE OUR
Proven to be the best in
Antique Oak Bedroom Suits I
Magnificent and just the style.
ANTIQUE OAK DINING ROOM SETS
Tito handsomest ever imported for the trade.
Parlor Sits n S
EASY C1IAIUS IN SEVELIAL BEAUTIFUL STYLES !
Latest Styles of Picture Mils !
mh lOllTort SU'oetv'XXouolulu. ly IrH
wk ' zJ$jL -LttjHHC- msSamrWmmBKwmW
Take Notice I
SSLSC HOSE !
;hlers & oo.
rp two 'wjejjejk: s
and LACES !
- - Mrt ii Proportion.
the "world for this climate.
ilk Plush !