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BfirDo not full to call nt tho
CSrSlraw Hals In great variety,
Embroidery Chenille, Arrascne, Kib
bosene, Etnbroidcry Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in ail shades at the
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
t6T At tho
AnoADC you can bnv
AiioADE and examine the Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Salts nl re
Whito and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
Leader or Low Prices,
FRIDAY, JULY G, 1888.
A Cummin" fiotu Wiilininulo
Btmr W G Hull for Lilminn, Mnnlacn,
Kona and ICau at 10 a in
Stinr O it iJlsliop for Wnlauae, Wninlnu
and ICoolau tit ! a in
Ilk Jus A King for Puget Sound '
Suhr Kaulilua for K.iual
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktno W II Dtmond for San Fiauulruo
For San Fianolsco, per bk Lady
Lainpson, Suly r Iiy Mower.
For Kauai, per stinr Mlkaliala, July
C 1 Isenbcig jr, Muster Dole, Mis-es
Dole (2), MU IC Lucas Miss ICauo.i, C
Zuuh, tiNcoinan i, O Iscnbctg, J Cor
lca and -10 other..
For Liilniiiii. Maalaoa, Kona and
Kau, pur stun WW Hall, July 0 A F
Judd, 1 C Jones. U 1$ Makce, Wi:
Howell, G West, the CornweU family
and 75 deck.
The steamer In alani ill sail for La
balua and llainakaaon Monday moin
inp:, at 8 o'clock.
Tho Kabniloa went on tlio Mailne
Hallway this afternoon.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun bteanicr Hall got away
time this moming.
The S. H. M.iriposi bad not been
signakd up l tlio time of going to
J'isii and water-melons, weie plenti
ful anil cheap in the inaikot tins
Tin: stoaiiicirf'in:ui, Likolike and
Lehua will be duo buie to-monow
A mail will be foiw.udcd fiom the
Post OHico to-monow by the W. II.
Ir has been decided that the yacht
race be sailed o or again to-moirow
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Tin: meeting of tho Ation Musical
Society li.ib been postponed until to
Tin: daily native ncwtpapei "Ma
kaainana" is now Usueil in the aftei
noon instead of the meaning.
A young lady at W.ii.ilua sang a
6ong through the telephone yeitei
d.iy, and was distinctly beaul in Ho
Tun icgular monthly meeting of
Honolulu Tvpogi.iphieal Union No.
:V7, will bo held m Pacific Hose Co.'s
Hall, at 0:110 o'clock, Satuiday even
Tin: judges of the regatta on the
4th have ilisilfcnvcd the foul claimed
by tho Honolulu:), in the Honolulu
Myitle 0-o.iied boat l.ice, anil hao
given tho laco to the Myitlcs.
An intoxicated mai'ino belonging
to the U. S. Vandalia, fell ovoiboaid
last nij;ht, and would have been
drowned had not police oflicer Sam
Haluupo lLtcucd him.
Tun Hawaiian Tramway Co.'s
force of men worked on the track on
King street, at Foit btrcct cio&sing,
by electiic light, last night, and com
pleted a good iioi tion of the load.
Mu. 0. Wo-tt kindly donated eight
dozen American Hags to tho childicn
of tho Branch Hospital, on the lth of
July; Mr. G. 15. Koynolds donated
$10, and Mr. 1 Horn 80 loaves of
At tho monthly meeting of tho
Honolulu Social Club, hehl - last
night in their hall, Mclnorny block,
tho following officers wore elected :
0. J. Lane President
D. W. Ito'nch ... .Vicc-Picsidcnt
0. P.. Cottrell . . Secretary
Geo. Hi una.. ... Treasuier
On Sunday morning at 10:J5
o'clock, theio will bo a union sor
vico at St. Androv's Oathedral,of tho
two congregations. One hundred
and sixty blue jackets fiom II. P. M.
Ships Coiniomnt and Hyacinth will
bo prchont and the .llev. John Sell
wood of Oregon will picach tlio sei
mon. i m i
A I'liorooiiArii of about a do.en
tourists in a group, who leeenlly vis
ited .the Volcano, may bo seen at
Williams' galloiy. A bath-tub.which
occupies a conspicuous position in
tho picture, is taid to havo an inle
lesting tale connected with it one
of the paity was lost, and after a
vigorous boaicb, was found afileop in
TCaina vs. Macikauhane, from tho
29th of Juno. Judgment for plain
tiff for S20.
Sing Lnii vs. O. Hansen, from tho
20th. Judgment for- plaintiff for
Aoim vs. J. II. Black, for 18.50 j
Six drunks, two lined 12 and
four 80 apiece.
Ah Lin, opium in possession, $50
flue'aud C hours' imprisonment.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Engine Co. No. 1 nl
Us hall, King strect,at 7:30 o'clock.
Mis. Florence Williams will lec
ture in Harmony Hall, at 7 :-1j
o'clock. Subject: Tohtoi.
Meeting ot the Polynesian En
enmpment No. 1 1. 0. U. F. in Ex
celsior Hall at 7:90 o'clock".
Meeting of Hawaiian Tribe No. 1
. O. It. M. in the hall of Oahu
Lodge K. of P. at 7:.')0 o'clock.
Diill of Co. I) Honolulu ltillcs in
the Armory at 7:0 o'clock.
Though Judge Wldcmann may
terrorize Minister Tliuiston when
ever he rises to speak in tho House ;
though sonic women may object to
female seachcrs in the Custom
House department, and although
you could have built a house on the
improver of a lady at the ball the
other evening, it will not alter the
fact that thcie will be "Culinbachcr
Lager Beer," on ice, and a Sauer
kraut lunch at tho Itoyal Saloon to
morrow morning 1
CONCLUSION OF THE TALE OF
Several weeks ago a news article
under the heading, "The Tale of
the Three," appeared in this paper,
and leiatcdhow three sailois fiom
the bark Ceeilo were kept in prison
on bread and water, etc. With the
assistance of friends and the law,
the three were liberated and arc
now doing well.
The following leltci speaks for it
self: "Our gieatest thanks and sin
cere lespects aie. due to II. W.
Schmidt E"-q., to Capt. W. Heide
inann, and to Mr. Chas. Hammer,
for their kind assistance, liberating
us from prison, pitying our condi
tion and providing for us. Wo have
been given employment and our ut
nioat aim will be to show our bene
factois that their kind aid has not
been thrown away on useless char
acters. May God's blessings be
with our benefactors.
Wo arc most giatefully j'ours,
J. Oi.i:n, Ai.r. Pinr.nsok,
IlAituv Fosti-.i:, "the 3."
THE CHINESE QUESTION.
Editok Buli.i.iix: One of the
burning questions of the day seems
to be the old California war cry the
Chinese must go. To my nnud tho
evidence taken bcfoio the committee
appointed by Parliament is a misei
able confession of weakness. A
great deal of the evidence will not
hold good if all the whys and where
fores arc fully sifted to the very
bottom. A Chinaman cannot com
pete with a skilled mechanic under
any circumstances, and if that
worthless number of wandering
mechanics are beaten br Chinese
competition, they are only getting
their dcseits. 1 chaigc the whole
trouble to where it belongs, viz: at
the door of the Hawaiian Govern
ment. Here are a people who have
no treaty rights, brought into the
ifountiy for a special purpose con
tract labor then why did the Gov
ernment allow them to pass beyond
their contiol. This has been going
on ior years and now when the ques
tion lias assumed its present enor
mous propoitions, is the Government
so weak that it cannot deal with it?
If so let the white people do as they
did a year ago kick them out. That
bugbear to any constitution class
legislation is made a stumbling
block in the way of any active
measures which might be brought to
bear on this subject. Nine-tenths
of all legislation is class legislation,
if we are to come down to facts, and
I fail to see how in, the name of
goodness any protective measure
should be stigmatised with that ap
pellation. If as Blr. Spalding says,
tho law is still in force with regard
to licences that they should be
granted to suitable persons, "ex
cept subjects of countries with which
wo have no tieatics," why has it not
been put in force? Why is it that
every Minister of tho Interior grants
licences to these people all over tho
islands to trade ? That t he trade w hich
is now in the hands of the Chinese
has assumed its present large pio
portions is entiiely the fault of tho
Government, which has not cairicd
out tho law, and I say most empha
tically tnat any temporary loss in
revenue should hold no place in the
consideration of measures which arc
brought to bear on this vital ques
tion. I cannot agree witli Mr.
Spalding that an extension of tho
licence system would remedy the
evil. I submit that if the present
legislatuio would only give the now
existing committee largo poweis to
act and give them ample time, that
committeo might be requested to put
tho present vagrancy laws into force.
Let them associate with themselves
every available person and means
that will biing to light tlio hundreds
of unemployed Chinamen all over the
islands, and then if these fellows
will not go to woik, let them be sent
out of the kingdom at Government
expense. Belter that, than sent to
jail to bo a further charge. Active
measures of this kind would receive
tho hearty support of every resident
of this kingdom and tho Chinese
would be very soon relegated to tho
place they were Intended for origin
ally, and that is engage only in
No: Noma Solum.
fifiy Gents Fine Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to the Leaders of
Cheap Prices, the AucAiin.
Following is a memorial to be
presented by the Anti-Asiatic Union
to the Legislature, expressive of the
Union's views on the Chinese ques
Gi:stixmi:n: Tlio Hawaiian Anti
Asiatic Union, an association of
electors and tax payers of this king
dom, formed for the purpose of
seeking to protect themselves con
stitutionally, against tin? evils and
competition of Asiatic immigration,
have caused a petition on this sub
ject to bo drafted and ciiculated for
signatures, which will be submitted
to tile present Legislature, through
the lonorablo Noble W. E. Foster.
As a sequel to this petition, the
members of this A. A. Union do
hereby also wish to respectfully
place bcfoic you the following im
poitaut considerations, which they
according to the constitutional
rights gt anted to all citizens of tins
country desire to submit, as the
true expression of their opinions
and wishes, to the Nobles and Rep
resentatives who have been elected
by the people to defend the people's
At the present time the whole
world is going tluough a period of
distress for the working classes ;
but the haul times arc moie especi
ally felt in all the countries where
the infetior and cheap labor of
Asiatic races is allowed to compete
freely with the laboreis of the civil
ized races. Thus the results of this
competition aie now growing so in
tensely disastrous in the United
Stales of America and in the Aus
tralian Colonies, that the people
there are determined to obtain stiin
2cnt legislation, to the effect, not
only of preventing any fuither im
migration of Asiatics, but also of
ultimately compelling those already
abioad to reluin to their flowery
In this Kingdom wc aie also pass
ing through a serious economical
and comiueicial crisis, which our
population is beginning to feel more
keenly than it otherwise would do,
wore it not for the f.ict that about
2."), 000 Chinese and over 5,000
Japanese find themselves in pres
ence of less than 10,000 white people
and 0,000 native Hawaiians.
Thus, competition in labor and
trade, which would hardly have
been felt had w e no Asiatics to di
vide with, is daily made more bitter,
at the very time when woik is
iri owing scai ce and living dillicult
on these islands. It cannot there
fore be surprising to see that fiom
this incipicnt.erisis, combined with
Asiatic competition, lias alieady re
sulted the cxoi'.us fiom this country
ot quite a huge number of white
laborers with their families, which
constitute the real back-bone of the
nation, and which we cannot afford
to lose. Aside fiom those alieady
gone, many more intend to leave be
fore long, and this situation ought
to attract the earnest attention of
our Representatives, as every man
of this kind who goes away, is a
dead loss to every one of us who re
mains, to such a degree that if pro
per measures arc not taken, it can
safely be prognosticated and seri
ously feared that, at no distant
fin lire, Asiatics alone will be found
on living these shores.
All these dangers, which threaten
the stable and industrious popula
tion of these islands, aie nothing
new and they have already been
foie-seeu to such an extent that dur
ing tile last session of the Legisla
ture, a very wise, although yet only
partially effective law, waspioposed
for putting a stop to any .fuither
Chinese coolie immigration. But
unfortunately, the Legislature, not
realising the true state of tilings,
yielded to the pressure of a few in
terested men, who wanted that im
migration to be continued on condi
tions which, practically, make it un
restricted. The Anti-Asiatic Union, and tho
petitioners who sympathise with its
views, do not ignore the usefulness
of the Asiatic colonies already het
tlcd hcie, and which no banc mind
could want to drive away, nor do
they wish to intcifero .with the
planters' interests, wants, and neces
sities ; if some think that they must
continue to use Chinese and Japa
nese, let it bo so by all means.
tlo bo continued.)
Aothn under tM head are charged 10 cenli
per Hue for Iheflnt interllon, and i utitt per line
tiery additional Inieillon.
IRESH MAPLE SUGAR at linn
X ii Uo's .New Candy Factory tills
evening. bO It
rlsT BUTTERSCOTCH nt
Unit it Co 'j. 72 lw
FINEST BRANDS OFCAL
-1. forma Pun, Madeira ami Malaga,
for saie in keg und case by
(IONSALVEcS & CO.,
01 Queen sin ot.
JF YOU really want your monoy'a
worth of lliu llnchi lloiuc-Mmlo
French and Plain Candies, tho most
Delicious Ico Oicunit), or Fancy and
Plain LukuH, call at tho Pioneer Steam
Cindy Factory, Itil.ury and Icu Craia
l'.nJoru, ot'ililUlicd IbO.l. Hotel, oppo
site lluthol fctieet F HoiiK, Piatticnl
GimUuinmr. l'jslry Cook and Oriia.
mvntiu P. h, Tlio only plucu whoru
lliu Ociiiiine Butter Scotch is niniiii.
fiutum! and told. iu if
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
j. "Tlio lmuv uuiietm." oo cents
SUPREME COURT JULY TERM.
3VDV, C. J., M'CUM.Y, 1'Jir.K
DtCKntlTON AND POI.R, 33.
TiicnsuAY, July 5lb.
The Court opened at 10 :()3 a. in.
and at 12:10 p. m. takes a recess
until 1 :30 p. m. when banco hear
ing will bo resumed until evening.
II. A. Widcinann vs. Alun alias
Ah In, assumpsit. Writ of erior.
Argued and submitted. J. M. Mon
sariatt and W. A. Whiting for plain
tiff, Henry Castle for defendant.
Opiopio (vr) vs. M. Ivanc, di
voicc. Plaintiff's appeal from 2nd
Circuit argued and submitted. P.
Neumann for plaintiff, W. A. Kin
ney for defendant.
J. S. Mai tin vs. L. B. Kerr, as
sumpsit. Defendant's appeal on
demurrer, malicidiis prosecution ;
also defendant's exceptions from
Apiil term. Both cases jointly ar
gued and submitted. Ashford &
Ashford for plaintiff, A. S. Ilartwell
Paa (k) and Makahiki (k) vs. G.
E. Iticlinrdsoii, 2nd Circuit Judge,
writ of mandnmus. Agreed state
ment of facts and submission. Oral
motion of petitioners to place upon
calendar for this term is allowed.
' Legislative Assembly.
31st l)Ar July 5th.
ai rnnxooN si:ssion.
The House rc-asscmbled
at 1 p.
m. anil resumed the consideration of
the bill relating to challenge to jur
ors. The original bill introduced
by the Attorney-General was on
motion laid on the table, and the
bill substituted by the Judiciary
Committee was considered section
by section. Sevcial amendments
were adopted, ami the bill passed
to engrossment, to be read a third
time on Tuesday.
ni.roitTS or COMMITTERS.
Itcp. Pachaolc read a report of
the special committee on Kalawao,
on the petition of Mrs. Itebeka Na
kuina and others for $300, recom
mending that the Board of Health
pay tho sum of SI 00. Laid on the
table to be considered with the Ap
Noble Widcinann, for the commit
tee on double taxation, repoited on
certain petitions for refunds of
taxes, referred to them, recommend
ing that the following be granted :
John Spencer, tax paid on a car
riage, S5 ; Keaka, paid twice, $5 ;
Opu, assessed to estate of Kanaka
liilii, 83 ; Kawawahimoku, reasons
similar to piecediug, $8.80; Ila
lama, paid personal taxes twice and
not being an insurance agent, $G ;
Olowalu Sugar Co., overpaid the
bum assessed, $18.50. Laid on the
table to be considered with the Ap
Noble Watei house read a petition
from John V. Bowler, for 81,000 for
work perfouned in the Itoyal Palace
enclosure erecting buildings, elec
tric lights and plants, etc. Iteferr
cd to the Judiciary Committee.
l he House then adjourned
10 a. m. Friday.
32nd Day Julv Gth.
The House opened at 10 a. m.,
President W. It. Castle in the chair.
Poll called and absentees noted.
lllU'OllTS OK COM.MlTTimS.
Hep. Brown reported that the
majority and minority rcpoils of the
committee to whom was referred the
matter of compensation for repre
sentatives printed and ready for dis
tribution. Itcp. C. Brown reported fiom the
Judiciary Committee to whom was
referred' the petition to widen a road
at Kaliliiwncmi, and that $300 be
appropriated for that puipose, ic-
coinmi'iiding that tho petition be re
ferred to Public Lands Committee.
Also from the same committee on
the bill to amend Section 280 of tlio
Civil Code and Chap. 3 of tlio Penal
Code, recommending that the bill be
leferred to the Board of Health.
Also from tho same committee
upon tlio resolution introduced by
the Minister of the Interior, lelnting
to tho Auditor-General. Subsequent
explanation renders any suggestions
from this committee useless. Adopt
ed. Also on the petition relating to
divorces of persons aillicted with
leprosy, recommending that it bo
laid on the table.
Also from a majority of the Bamo
committee upon bill relating to the
taking of fish with -explosives, re
commending that it bo laid on the
table. Tho report was icceived and
laid on the tablo to bo considered
with the minority reportr
Noble Watcrhouso reported from
the special committee to whom was
rcfcired tho bill to tax attorneys,
lecouinieiiding that the bill be laid
on tlio table, Adopted.
Minister Thurston presented the
repoit of tho Board of Immigra
Noble Townsend asked the follow
ing questions of the Minister of the
Interior: 1st, what mechanics and
overseers were employed in making
improvement iu tlio Molokui water
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
works, under tho direction of Mr. C.
B. Wilson, between tho 20th day of
February and the 31st day of March
1888? 2nd, at what rate was each
one to be paid? 3nd, have they been
paid for work done during that
time? 4th, if so, when?
Hep. Kawainui offered a resolu
tion to the effect Hint 81,000 bo ap
propriated for a landing at Ilamoa.
Iteferrcd to Public Lands Commit
tee. Minister Ashford moved that the
majority and minority reports of
the committeo to whom was rcfcired
the compensation of Representa
tives be made the order of the day
for Saturday. Carried.
Noble Baldwin gave notice of a
bill to amend section 21, chapter 10
of tlio Civil Code, relating to the
Bureau of Public Insti notion.
oitur.n ot- Tin: day.
The House went into committeo
of the whole Itcp. Kalaukoa in the
chair, to consider the Appropriation
Bill, and passed the following
Distiict Justice of N. Kona . $ SOO
" . " S. Kona SOO
" " S. Kobala . 800
" ' Hamakua . 2,000
" " Honuaula . SOO
" " Makawao... 2,100
" " liana . 1.S00
" " Lanai . 000
'" " Molokai 1,200
" " Ewa . 800
" " Waianae . . SOO
" Waialua 800
" " Koolauloa SOO
" " Ivmiluupoko. 1,000
" " Kawailiau 1,000
Wainica . 1,000
Clcik of 2d Judicial Circuit)
" 3d " " defeucd.
lth " " )
Expenses of tho Supiemc
.Court . $ 10,000
Expenses of tho Ciieuit
Witnesses in Criminal Cato 2,500
On motion the committee rose
and asked leave to sit again at 1
o'clock p. m.
OUR LOS ANGELES LETTER.
"Evolution," the pet theoiy of
modern scienee, finds expression in
many departments of human inves
tigation. The lusto' of California
furnishes a familiar cxainnle. Un
der Mexican rule, lethargic inactivi
ty pervaded tills entire region.
Soon after its conquest by the
United States, the fiesh vigor of
noitliern entciprise soon effected a
wonderful transformation. The dis
covery of gold occasioned an un
precedented immigration fiom the
Eastern Mates and foreign coun
tries. When the sudden incicase
of material wealth had in some mea
sure subsided, the raising of cattle
became an important source of rc
enue; and extensive farms, or
"ranches," were devoted to this
purpose. AVlicn improved pro
cesses of irrigation transformed de
sert wastes into fertile field-, the
price of land rapidly incieased, and
the real estate speculators became
an inlluential class in the communi
ty. The cultivation of fruit is now
regal ded as a pleasant, healthy
and profitable employment in all
sections of the stale, but especially
in the Southern countries. Even the
delicate banana, when propeily
eared for, brings fruit to perfection
in tho city of Los Angeles. Once
iu seven or eight years, tropical
fi nits suffer somewhat in inid-w in
ter, except in tho most Bhcltiiied
valleys and in ".waun belts" at a
moderate elevation on the bills and
mountains. Orange otcliards, in
Itherside and vicinity, produce an
abundance of fruit, of the finest
quality. Neatly every species of
tropical and siib-tropical fruit may
be successfully cultivated in South
As Bumxtin readers aro doubt
less aware, this part of the state is
also becoming a favonto resort for
comsumptives and other invalids
during the winter beason. No le
gion of equal extent on the face of
tliocaith basso equable a tempera
ture throughout the year, never cx
peiiencing extremes of heat or cold.
Perhaps suffeiers from pulmonary
disease iu tho beautiful summer
land of Hawaii might leccivo per
manent benefit from a bojouni un
der tho mild and iuvigoiating in
fluences of our unequalled climate.
Among the places specially noted
as henltli lesoitu are Pasadena,
Monrovia, Whitlier, San Fernando
and Burbank, all within a few
miles of Los Angeles; Santa Bai
baia and the Ojai Valley, bliort dis
tance northward ; Itivcndde, Colton
and San Bernardino, further fiom
the coast; Fallbrook, San l)ego
and Tia Juana, near tho southern
boundary of tho state. Any experi
enced physician in this vicinity will
givo information as to tlio choice of
a saiiitaiium for cacli particular
case. Tlio lives of hundred of in
valids have been preserved for many
years by continuous residenco in
some of tlio places above mentioned.
An outdoor life iu our orchnrda and
vineyards is a valuable adjunct to
suitablo medication. A. B. W.
Los Angeles, Juno 16, 1888.
THE DAILY BULLETIN liu tlio
JL Jm-jjcbt circulation of any paper
printed in this Kingdom, 00 ctntB ptr
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TWO WEiSCS OSMLY
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In Balbng.ui, Merinos and India Game at a
Heeoived by last steanici a Fine and Blegant Line of
Boys' and Qliildiens' Clothing
Which 1 oiler at
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Received direct fiom New York and Philadelphia a Fine Line of
Gent's, Ladies' & Children's Shoes !
GREAT BARGAINS IN
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Opposite Irwin & Co.
mlc: m b.
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TECSCI? TWO W JEEKS g
To close out a consignment nf
FRENCH SILKS and LACES !
Black Rhadamcs reduced from !B2 50 to $1 75.
Black Grosgrain reduced from $1 75 to SI 25.
Black Spanish Plouncing reduced from S3 00 to 82 00.
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ANTIQUE OAK DINING ROOM SETS I
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