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FRIDAY, JUNE 2D, .1888.
Stilir Wnlnli'nlo from Kiniul
Stuiv llokolll from Molokni
i . - v.- Juno 2!).
'. ' Btmr J as Mnkee for Wnlanac, Moknlcia
nml Wnitilun ut 3p in
ft? .. ' nt 0 a in
'( . Bktno S X Castlo for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk Sonoma for San Francisco
From Kauai per Btmr Waialcalc, Juno
"2 W llurlowltz, M ilullcr, ami ill
.For Pan Francisco per bktne S N
Castle, Jliuo21) Mr Jnnklns, wifo and
; child, Mrs S McKenguo, .Mrs Cant Un
derwood and 11 children, Miss J H Mar
tin, Miss J v leghorn, G II Uudily and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Waialcalc 2108 bags sugar, (11 green
hides, and HO bags rice.
Tlio bktno S N Castlo took for Fan
Francisco tills mornlngi 14,351 bags of
feug.ir, weighing 1,797,1101 lbs, and
Valued at $S0,14u.8S.
The Btmr Mokolli went upon the
Marino Hallway this morning.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Nothing of interest in the l'olicc
Court this forenoon.
CAmpuelis block is being beauti
fied with tho paint brush. -
Next Saturday's game of baseball
will bo between, the HonOlulus and
OArxAiN Larson arrested a China
man with opium in possession, this
IIaut & Co.'s now
blowing of trumpets.
Mr. Chas, Lucas's raco horse, Jim
'Dodd, fell at Kooluu tho other day,
- and broko his neck.
A new dancing society has been
formed and tho outlandish name of
"Howlers" has been adopted.
The prizes for the citizens shooting
contest on the 4th of July have be
come too numerous to mention.
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet-to-morrow evening
at tho residence of Dr. Bcckwith.
f; ,- ' '." The hydraulic motor to blow
M ?tho organ at St. Andrew's Cathedral
' V, ' arrived on the Australia and will nt
'?-. ''-wonco bo placed in position.
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ft, ,',a - This being St. Peter's day, special
'J.C'-'1 "' services wore held this morning in
.;..St.A-ndrow's and tho ltoman Catho
4 I . '?." lie Cathedrals, which woro well at-;-'V.f
":v :''', Paia sugar will, instead of boing
.".". broucht to' Honolulu, as previously
stated, be taken from Kahului direct
-to San. Francisco, by Wilder & Co. of
r A surprise party was given at tho
. residence of Mr. Lovo, tho other
- evening, in honor of Mr. Georgo
Huddy, who departed by tho Castle
vi ' -7 " The auction sale of the bankrupt
fr' stock of tho P. N. Co. by Mr. L. j;
-Levoy began at 10 o'clock this morn
f i,-?wing, and continued until after 2
V'o4 o'clock. .
f$ ' ,",'. A MEETiNa of the first division of
' S'-'itho Liliuokalani Educational Society
-$?& will bo held at Washington place,
' '.fy-July 2nJi Monday aftornoon, at 3
.. 'i-'' '.u... .:.. f i.n v m n a
last night, Mr. 0. M. Cookd was
elected a dolegato to tho World's
Convention of tho Society, to bo hold
at Stockholm, Sweden, August 10-rJ.
Mr. 'Cooke will leave here by tho
Australia on Tuesday next.
There will bo a recital on Monday
evening on tho largo organ ,in tho
.Kaumakapili church. Professor and
Mrs. Van Slyko, St. Andrew's Cathe-
dral choir and Messrs. M. II. Jones
, and Wray Taylor will tako part in tho
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ItECoaNrriON of tho deceoso of tho
Emporor of Gorman will be mado at
"tlio 11:15 sorvico at St. Andrew's
' Cathedral on Sunday morning. Spe
cial pruyers for tho German Imperial
family will bo ofi'ored, and tho choir
will render apropriato music. The.
Itov. Georgo Wallace will preach tho
-0&-C . Mn. C. E. Williams is looming up
;-. as ono of the successful farmers of
&J Shasta County, Qui. Tho "Shasta
' r' County Index," in a nolo on "Oak
Lawn Farm," (Mr, Williams') says,
'v -."Mr. Williams has wheat, ryo, oats
j, and barley that aro of lino growth
nnd will fill without moro rain. Wo
jioyor saw finer heads of barloy, and
mtch of tho whout is good for an
average of at least twenty bushels to
th$ aero. Mr. William's
orchard and vinoyard nro litorally
' lolded with fruit and grapes and arc
making a lino growth. Ho will plant
trees and vines oxtensivciy next
iSrStraw Huts In irroat VttHolVj
Embroidery Uhonlllo, Arra&cnu, lllli.
bo3cno, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in ail shades ut tho
Mit. Fisher's lodging houso
l)oun christened tho "Alinglon."
Tub blocks of coral slouo which
woro to hnvo formed n solid founda
tion for tho light liorigo, arc Hlill
lying at the end of the 1. M. 8. S.
Two lady passengers by tho Castlo
this morning, hail, by accident, been
given tho santo borth on the vessel.
There was a little dispute, which was
llnally settled by "Joe."
Talk about Punch and Judy shows
and magic lanterns, just go to tho
Hawaiian News Co.'s and see their
"Chautauqua Combination of draw
ing board and writing desk."
Harry Dying has been working
like a beaver for a couplo of weeks
past, to got up somo fun and amuso
nlont for to-morrow night. Ho has
succeeded in arranging a good varity
yrogramine, and the rehearsals war
rant high expectations.
About forty advertisements have
boon already secured for tho Hono
lulu Business Directory, and tho tak
ing of tho names and addresses will
bo commenced next week. Tho work
will bo energetically pushed to com
pletion by Messrs. J. E. Brown it Co.
and a stafi" of special assistants.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Battalion drill of the Honolulu
Rifics, at 7 :30 o'clock.
Religious services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, at 7 o'clock.
Meeting of Pacific Degree Lodge
No. 1, D. of R. in Excelsior hall, at
Meeting of Hawaiian Tribe No.
1, I.O. R. M. in hall of Oaliu Lodge
K. of P., at 7:30 o'clock.
Rehcrsal meeting of tho Honolulu
Arion, at 7:30 o'clock.
Lecture at the Adveutist Mission
on Fort street, investigating mind
reading and treating of spiritualism
iu the light of the bible, at 7:30
A social dance by the Hawaiian
Social Club at Gibson's Hall, at
The committee on tho Chineso
question will meet at 7 :30 o'clock at
.the Legislative Hall. Tho following
gentlemen arc expected to testify:
P. C. Jones, F. A. Schuefcr, F. M.
Swanzy, S. M. Damon, W. G. Irwin,
H. F. Glade, Chas. M. Cooke, J. O.
Carter, M. Lonisson.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. F'. MORGAN.
At his salesroom at 10 a. m., for
cash, an assortment of dry goods,
groceries and household furniture.
At 12 noon, to close consignment,
70 bales of Cal. Hay and 40 sks.
Also, at the same time and place,
a Mortgagee's sale of 4 pieces of
land, situated in Waimea, Kauai,
and 2 pieces situate on School street,
BLUE RIBBON LEACUE.
Instead of the usual musical pro
gramme to-morrow evening the en
tire hour will be devoted to a tem
perance lecture by Mr. A. J. Cud
ncy of Neb. Mr. Cudney repre
sents the American Health and
Temperance Association and will
treat his subject from a scientific
standpoint. Experiments, illustra
tions and charts will be used to
show the physical effects of alco
holic drinks and stimulants upon the
Tlio lecture will begin at 7:30
Saturday evening in Y. M. C. A.
hall. Seats free and everybody in
vited". ACKNOWLEDGED. WITH THANKS.
The Treasurer of tho British
Benevolent Society, Hon. A. S.
Clcghorn, acknowledges with thanks
a donation of ?81.35 to the Society's
funds, from Mr. W. I. Bishop, that
sum being ono. third of the net pro
ceeds of tho entertainmont given in
the Opera House for the benefit of
three charitable associations. There
having been of lato a steady drain
on the funds of tho British Benevo
lent Society, extra exertion has been
required to keep up with the press
ing demands, and Mr. Bishop's gen
erous donation is therefore specially
seasonable and doubly welcome.
Paddy Ryan, tho notorious pugi
list, got on a ujunhoreo" ti10 other
night and maliciously used his
"llns" in "knocking out" with Sul
livanic science those who came
within reach of his "flippers." The
polico, armed with warrants, went
in search of Paddy to arrest him for
assault and battery and for va
grancy, but no Paddy was found.
"I'll bet you ten dollars that the
polico don't catch Paddy Ryan,"
said Bos'n Ben to a Bullktin scribe
"Because lie's gone on the Cas
tle," replied Ben.
Going to the Station House to ask
if tho Polico Authorities know of
Paddy's departure, it was ascertain
ed that they wero perfectly aware
of the fuot; they wero glad to c;ot
rid of him.
Young Nigel Jackson is also re
puted to have stowed away pn the
Costlo this morning.
THE ONLY PAPER read
I nlnssni i.'l'l.n Tlnll v Pnllnlln
cents per month.
eSGpntd Vino Clothing' nnd Fur.
nishing Goods, lints, Shoos, Trunks,
Vnlisos, Etc., go to tho Leaders of
Cheap l'rlcos, tho Arcade.
At tho request of many citizens of
Honolulu, Prof. Canaris, will givo
another of his successful malinco'd
for ladies nnd children, to-morrow
aftornoon nt the Opera House. Tho
tricks that hu will perforin will bo
iliflercut from tboso of last week, and
he will endeavor to further gladen
tho hearts of tho children by a distri
bution of a number of presents
among them. Some of the schools
have signilied their intention of being
present at the niatinco, especially tho
St. Louis College, which will at
tended in a body.
Professor- Canaris extends a cor
dial invitation to the ladies nnd chil
dren, at the same time assuring thorn
of a performanco unique and various.
DEPARTURE OF THE CASTLE.
The barkentinc S. N. Castlo got
away for San Francisco at about
lOi-lo o'clock this morning. Twelve
cabin passengers went by. tho vessel,
drawing a fair number of people to
see them off. Tho wind which had
been fitful during the early morning
became somewhat steady as the
Castle was about to sail. The vessel
glided out close to the wind, making
a pretty picture.
TESTIMONY TAKEN l'ROjr tinsmiths,
ETC., ON CHINESE QUESTION.
Mr. Thomas O'Brien: "I have
been working at my trade of car
penterjiere for twelve years. I am
married and have two children. I
generally get from four to four and
a half dollars a day when working.
I find that tho people here employ
Chinese to do almost all their job
bing now. I have been unemploy
ed n great portion of this year. It
was not so former'. There is
about as mucli work, but; it is being
moro and more divided up, with tho
Mr. W. Jarret: I am a native of
this place of Hawaiian extraction,
have learned and worked at my
trade. I am married and have a
family of eleven in all dependent on
me. I do not get steady employ
ment now. I am. loafing half up
time of late. I do not think it is
because thefts is no work to do. I
know of buildings being put up by
Chinese now ; there are some cot
tages in particular on Liliha street,
and several others that I know.
The- reason why I say that somo
Chinese carpenters work for a dol
lar per day, is that they have come
to me and offered to shingle my
house at that price. My intention
before I heard that this question
was to be brought up here, was to
leave the country, for I find that I
cannot keep myself and family, and
compete with tho Chinese. I
have not been cmploj'ed for more
than three months this year, the
Chinese have all the jobbing, repair
ing and such like as they can do.
The Chinese not only do the rough
work, but they do or attempt to do
all kinds of, carpenter, cabinet and
kindred work. I don't belong to
the Anti-Asiatic Union. I did not
sign the petition.
Mr. T. R. Lucas: I havo been 19
years in the carpenter business.
My father has a planing mill. Wc
carry on nil kinds of woodwork.
We employ, my father did employ
from 125 to 130 men continually,
until about three 3'cars ago. Now
we have ono carpenter only steadily
on hand; we keep him just as a
standby, that is iu case a job should
come in. Wo can find plenty of
men, too many unfortunately, when
we have anything to do. This stato
of affairs is not entirely due to dull
tiade or times. Chinese competi
tion has a great deal to do with it,
in former years we kept all the men
on in dull times I can give tho
names I believe, of over a hundred
carpenters, who have left town,
forced out of it by the Chinese com
petition, within the past year or so.
Mouldings that wo sell for $ cent
per foot, the Chineso sell for J cent,
and what we chargo from 5 to 15
cents for, they sell from 2 to 8 cents,
it is so all through. There arc 12
Chinese carpenter shops in town
that I know of. I estimate one
hundred Chineso carpenters in this
town. The Chineso have got a saw
mill of their own, where 'they got
tho bulk of their work done; all
their light work is done there. Very
heavy or fino work they have got
to get done elsewhere. This mill
was started about 2 years ago. Wo
keep 10 natives employed all tho
time in tho saw mill. We pay them
from 1. 75 per day. Tho Chinese
are getting control of the carpenter
business. They do a largo part of
the jobbing and repairs that tho
white and native used In do do.
Mr.f Bertelman : Out of 15 men
whom I employ 10 are native Ha
walians. I pay them from two to
thrco dollars per dao. On an ave
rage I hayconly half as many now asI
did 3 or 4 j'cars ago, and I chargo
Chinese competion with the falling
off of work. There is quite as much
work dono in' town now as when I
could keep from twenty to thirty
men going all the time, but tlio Chi
nese have broken it up. I have
nevor exactly figured against the
Chinese, but when people would
come asking an estimate for a iob,
I say if Chineso wero going to com
pete I will have 'nothing to do
with it, us I know that I could not
pay for - matorial at their prices.
Tho Aroatlo-EGAM & CO.
Leader of Low Prices.
Many pcoplo who formerly employ
ed mo to do their jobbing and re
pairing work, get it dono now by
Chinese, because they get it done
cheaper. I was not a member of
the Anti-Asintio Union, nor did I
sign tlio petition.
Mr. T. Burget: I havo been
working hero at my trade for 8
years, ,1am not a member of tho
Anti-Asiatic Union; I signed the
note, but since then I have heard
nothing of it. The Chineso can
work for less than the white man or
native, I calculate at about one
third less. Wc cannot compcto with
them. I am married to a Hawaiian
lady and have n family, but my in
tentions were to leave tho place un
less times became better. Our
trade in all its branches is being
destroyed by llicso Chinamen.
Numbers of the mon who wore forc
ed to leave here last year, wero men
who had bits of property, wives and
families, not men who were a float
ing population. There would bo
plenty of work for all tho white and
native carpenters, were it not for
2Ctii Day June 28th.
The House, opened at 10 a. m.,
President T. R. Castle in tho chair.
Rep. C. Brown-presented a peti
tion from Honolulu, praying for a
road through Niuhelewni, and that
an appropriation bo made for tho
same. Referred to Public Lands
Rep. F. Brown presented a peti
tion from Koolaupoko, praj'ing that
0,000 be appropriated for bridges
in that district. Referred to Public
Rep. Daniels presented a petition
from Honunuln praying that 82,500
be appropriated for the roads in that
district. Referred to Public Lauds
Also from the same place-praying
that a breakwater be constructed at
Makena. Referred to Public Lands
Rep. C. Brown presented a peti
tion from Koolauloa road board pray
ing lhat5$8,000 be appropriated for
roads incthatdistrict. Referred to
Public Lands Committee.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
Rep. Kinney offered the minority
report of the Judiciary Committee
on the Governor bill, recommending
the passage of the bill.
On motion the reports of the ma
jority and minority wero ordered to
Rep. F. Brown reported from tho
Printing Committee that three bills
were printed and ready for distribu
tion. Noble Smith reported from tho
special committee to whom was re
ferred the sub-marino cable bill,
recommending an amendment, that
the words "exclusive of address"
bo stricken out. The report was
accepted and tho bill made, tho
order of the day.
resolutions and bills.
Rep. C. Brown gave notce of a
bill to require all electric wires to
bo laid under ground.
Rep. G. Brown offered a resolu
tion to the effect that the Clerk call
tho roll of the Assembly overy
morning and note the absentees on
the journal. Adopted.
Minister Green presented the re
port of tho Board of Education.
On motion tile report was ordered
On suspension of the rules he
also read tho Appropriation Bill by
its title. He said the bill was
printed and ready for distribution.
Noble Wight read a first time a
bill relating to the use of explosives
in taking fish. Referred to Printing
Noble Jaeger gave notice of a
bill to relieve certain articles from
Noble Hitchcock, under suspen
sion of the rules, read a minority re
port on tho bill relating to the dis
charge of duties heretofore perform
ed by the Governors, recommend
ing tho passage of the bill with some
On motion tho consideration of
this report was deferred until after
tlio other reports on the Governor
bill have been translated.
Rop. C. Brown offered a resolu
tion that tho Appropriation Bill be
considered in committee of the
whole on Monday, Wednesday nnd
Friday of each week. Adopted.
Rep. Nakaleka, under suspension
of tho rules, presented a petition
from W. II. Wnhilani, praying that
his son bo allowed to remain in
Honolulu for four mouths for treat
ment. Ho in improving now and in
that timo your petitioner hopes ho
will bo well. Referred to Minister
ORDER OF THE DAT.
Third reading of a bill relating to
stamp duties. Passed.
Second reading of a bill to pro
vido for the payment of the ex
penses of the Government until the
passage of the Appropriation Bill.
Referred to Finance committee.
Second reading of the bill relating
to tho observance of tho Sabbath.
Tho bill was considered scctiou by
i63rAt tlta AnPAliK you 0m buy
Whltp and Colored Laoce at prlcos
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
beforo in this Kingdom.
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Tho Atlornoy-Gchcraf suggested
that tho Seventh Day Adventtsts
should bo protected, that if they
conscientiously observed tho seventh
day, they should bo allowed to pur
suo their avocations on Sunday pro
vided they disturbed no ono by so
Noblo Widemaim said that a peti
tion was before the House from cer
tain barbers, that a law bo passed
obliging thorn to shut up their
shops on Sunday. Is there any law
that compels them to keep open?
They can shut up their shops if they
wont to, and observe tho Sabbath.
This is simply a money scheme.
Somewant to shut up, but arc
afraid that others will get their cus
tomers if they do, so they want a
law making, it compulsory to close
the barber shops on Sunday. The
bill was indefinitely postponed.
Tlio Houso then took a recess un
til 1 p. in.
Tho House re-assembled at 1:15
p. in. and resumed the '
order .of the day.
Second reading of a bill to regu
late the keeping of books of account
b' wholesale and retail licencces.
Tho bill was read by its title and
referred to a solcct committee, con
sisting of Hons. AVnterhousc, Hitch
cock, Homer, Young and Minister
Consideration of tho sub-marine
cable bill witli tho report of the
committee. Tho sections amended
by the committee were considered
and passed as amended.
The enacting clause and titfc was
then read and the bill passed to en
grossment to be read a third timo on
Noble Foster under suspension of
tlio rules read a first time a bill to
prohibit the peddling and hawking
of goods. Referred to Printing
The House then adjourned until
10 a. in. Friday.
27tii Day June 29th.
The House opened at 10 a. m.,
President "W. It. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
Rep. Paohaolc presented a peti
tion from Honolulu praying that no
laws bo enacted abolishing the office
of Governor. Laid on the table to
be considered with othor petitions
and bills on the subject.
Rep. Katnauoha presented a peti
tion from Kamaha praying that his
sister now confined at Kakaako, be
allowed to remain there and be at
tended by Kealoalii. Referred to
Minister of Interior.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
Rep. C. Brown reported from the
Judiciary Committee .on bill to regu
late the proceedings in bankruptcy,
recommending a new section, nnd
other minor amendments. The re
port was laid on tho table to bo
considered with the bill.
Noblo Baldwin reported from tho
Finance Committee on the bill to
provide for tlfe expenses of tho
Government until the passage of the
Appropriation Bill, recommending
that it pass. Adopted.
On motion the bill passed to en
grossment to be read a third time
Rep. F. Brown reported from tho
Printing Committee that the bill re
lating to pilots was printed and
ready for distribution.
Xoticc under thia head are charged 10 cent)
per line for the first insertion, and S cents per line
every additional insertion.
THE PHILADELPHIA LAGER
BEER is the liosa Ileer. Call at
"The Anchor Baloon" and be convinced.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have just received ec Australia
nnotlier lot of that PHILADELPHIA.
LAGER BEER" in kega, which they
are offering to tlicir customers. 78 lw
LG1SLATURE OF 1888. "The Daily
and Weekly Bulletin" contuins the
only correct and reliable reports of the
proceedings of the present Legislature.
HAWAI I AN Fruit & Taro Co. Gen
tlemen: I liavu made a chemical
examination of the sample of Taro Flour
which you have submitted to mo and
11 in! that sanio is entirely freo from any
injurious tubslanco whatever. Yours
very truly, Geo. W. Bmitli, Analyst.
Honolulu, Juno 1, 1888. 71 lm
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
forma Port, Madeira ami Malaga,
for sale in kej and cases by
aONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
rpiIE undersigned hcgB to state here.
X with that his wife, alias Nielsen,
refuses to live with him and Dint he
therefore will not bu responsible for any
debts contracted by her.
Honolulu, June 29, 1888. 81 It
juti. . nPHE Cottage now occupied
.Afgyft by A. G. CunliR, No. 12
fflfnral School ttrcut, containing 4
rq'oiuij, besides dining-room, kitchen
and pmitry. Apply at the place. 81 If
Notice of Removal,
THE ofllco of tho Intcr.Island Steam
Navigation Company litis been re
moved to. flio premises formerly occu.
pied by Picrco & Co., on Queen street.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
1 WILL SELL KOll
In Balbrignn, Merinos
Received by last steamer a
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing. 'M.
Which I oiler at
.BED ROOK PRICES
Received direct, from Now York and Philadelphia a Fine Lino of
Gent's, Ladies' &
GREAT BARGAINS IN
LADIES' BLACK SBLK HOSE !
Opposite Irwin & Co
at U. !
S ISJEiXlT TWO WJEEJIS: J
To close out a consignment of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES !
Black Rhadames reduced from $2 50 to $1 75. t V-r''
Black Grosgrain reduced from $1 75 to 81 25.
Black SpaniBh. Flouncing reduced from 3 00 to $2 ,00-.
Oiler Blaft Sis ai Laces
Proven to be the best in
&D SEE OUR
jf iHi MfMMM 2
Antique Oak Bedroom Suits !
Magnificent and just the style.
ANTIQUE OAK DINING ROOM SETS !
jliio Handsomest ever
Latest Styles ef
lO'l Fort troot XXouolulu,
IP FiHSlill '-lilF
Me Notice !
Ladies' KniM Meraar
and India Gauzo at a
Fino and Elegant Lino of
Children's Shoes !f
the world for this climate.
imported, lor tne trade. ;
nils in Silk Plush !
irninnr cinwr.TJCi i
I 1 1 1 . i I II .IliA I
Picture Mings !
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