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rtjFStrnw Hals In irront vnrloly,
SS?GontB Fine Clothing and Fur
nishing Good, Uls, Shor" Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to Iho Leaders of
Cheap Prices, the Aucade.
Tho AjfcadoHSGAN & CO.
jGAt Iho AniW-i. you osri bny
Vhite and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
Embroidery Chenille, Arrnscnc, Kib
boscuo, Embroidery Silk, Zopliyr
and Worsted in ail sliadcs ut the
Leader of Low Prices,
DOTHo not fnl! to call al tlio
AncAwr. and examine Iho Splcmliil
Stock of Embroidered Suits nt rc
SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1888.
Stmr'l.lkellKo from K'alnilui
Stiur Klnnu from Miuil ami Hawaii
Stmr l.elina fiom MoWikal ami Maul
Slinr walnlcale from Kauai
liktnu W 11 Dlinoiul for San l'lalici'-co
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Slinr Iwalanl for I.alialnaaiul Ilainakua
at 8 a m
Slinr Klnau for Ullo ami way poits, at
1 p in
Stan- l.ikclikc for Knhuliil ami liana at
ft p in
Stmr l.ulina for llamakua at 15 p m
Stmr Jlokolil foi-Molokul at ii p m
For San Francisco, per foktno "W II
Dimoiul, Jttlv 7 M l.usslle, wife ami
child, Mrs O II Daly and daughter.
From Molokal and JIaui, per stmr
Lchna, .Inly 7 IVlor High and several
Fry m Kahului and wav porta, per
ptmr Ukelikc. .Inly 71' X Makce,Chas
Totter, Mis3 G Ilcrgor, A de Urcttuvillo
and wife, 11 Laws and wife, T W Evor
ctt, E It .Miles, It IJusiialxUy, Mrs llap
tist, TAoii, Aoy, Capt McGregor and
From Maui and Hawaii, per tmr Kl
nau, July 7- Miss V. It Lyman, J 1J Atli
erton, GO Williams Miss M Strocver,
F S I,vman, K K iapa. Misses Mary and
Clam Low, Mi1- Aiu and child, II II
"Webb, .! I, Huts. Mis l.ahilalii, S Ma
catilev, W V Goodalu, J D Holt. Hon
J Ittelurdsou, .1 C Gall, wife and child,
Mrs U U t cckett and :i cliildion, II. A.
lleeu, W K Kowell a d 1 deck.
CARGUES FiiflM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kir nu Hi xliuep, -l bale wool, 10
bales uwa.7" bs corn. SO bgs iiud,
and 1 20 pkg sundries.
Stmr liikelike ."8 I bgs sugar.
Stmr Lelma 300 bgr, sugar.
The bktne '.V II iJiniond sailed for
San Frauclco this afternoon taking
4,290 bag Misrar, and 1.40 bags of rice,
The schooner Eva arrived at Mahti
kona on the 4tH lust., and after dis
charging her deck load of lumber, she
was to have set sill for this poit.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Ii.viiAiNA held a giaiul ball on the
night of the Fointli.
There vill be
skating at Hie link
3Ir. II. G. Crabbo
rnilch cows for sale.
lias two lino
Tiieke will bo no Blue Itibbon
League eiiteitaiiiinent to-niglit.
Hii.o bad boat racing and other
athletic spoits mi Hie Fourth.
Tun Kinau will ,sail on Monday
IJilo and way ports at ! o'clock p.
The Insane A-ylum report and the
Hon ices appear on the dtli
ited the Fouitb
, luaus and iiie-
Thk dosing exorcises of Laiiaina
luna tcliool will be bold on Hie 13th
Hie bridge, is
of King streot, near
The slcameis Mikaliala, Waiale
alo and .bus. Makee, will lie due hero
Mn. Graunhalgh, successor to Mr.
T. G. Thrum, lias in slock a new
fangled biit'iiseful pencil-holder.
Mn. II. G, Crabbo lias opened bis
feed store, opposite Hie old Station
House site, and has a largo stock of
bay and giain for sale.
- . . .
Miss I'rescott will, with tlio assist
ance of local talent, give a literary
and musical enteilainment about
two weeks hence.
A NovEr.xv at tlio Pacific Hard
ware Company's storo is an ivory
paper-knife, a pen knife, and a six
inch rule, all combined in one.
The U. fj. S. Mohican is hupposed
to sail for San Francisco this oven-
iug, but if tlio mail docs not arrive
. tlio chances aio that slio will romain
A Kaupmakk got 20 days at haul
labor for vagrancy in tlio Polico
Court this morning. Mr, V. V. Ash
ford's caso was called and continued
for a weok. William for assault and
battory paid $15.
The schooner Golden Fleece was
at Papaikou, Friday, waiting for tlio
weather to modorato so that slio can
load. She is loporlod to liavo lost
oho of hor small boats.
A rifle was borrowed from a'
gentleman on Hie Fourth of July,
at the citions' shooting match, and
ithasnotyot boon returned. The
lender wishes that it would bo im
luedialely returned, as promibed.
A company of Amateurs com
pdscd of genllonuin f roin I I.U.M.S.Cor
jnorant and local Mioio talent, will
jjivo an enteitaiiiiuont in tlio Opera
House to-night, for tlio bonofit of thu
British Benevolent Society. Tlio oh
jeel is a laudublo ono, and should ie
ceivo substantial recognition from tlio
One hundred and sixty blue jackets
from II. 15. M. Ss. Cormorant and
Hyacinth, will attend a union ser
vice in St, Andrew's Cathedral at
10: If a. M lo-morrow. Tlio llev.
John Sellwood of Oregon will preach
The Kinau experienced lougli
weather all along llilonnd llamakua
coast this week. At Paukea two of
the steamer's boats weio- diiven
nslioro, one while coming out to tlio
steamer and the oilier while going
in. Tlio latter one had s-omo liny in
it, tlio oilier contained no meielian
dise. Thu boats bad to bo loft there
on account of tlio rugged weather.
Tlio crews went on to llilo and were
EVENTS THls IeVENINQ.
Meeting of the Arion Society, at
Monthly meeting of the Typogra
phical Union, at C :30 o'clock.
Entertainment at the Opera House
by II. II. M. S. Cormorants, assist
ed by local talent, in aid of the
British Benevolent Society, at 7:30
THE START OF THE YACHT RACE.
Tlio yacht race Marled shortly af
ter two o'clock this afternoon. A
flying start was taken, Lorna Doono
and .Tuanita loading together closely
followed by the Vandalia; Magoon
was '1th, Nellie fith, Pauline Olli and
Pokii 7th. Approaching Hie light
house, tlie Vandalia took the lead
and held it, gbing out thiough the
passage though Hie Lorna Doono
was giving her a close rub. The
Nellie spicad moie canvas and was
gradually crawling up ns was also
the Pokii. Not yet teturncd.
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
The examinations will begin with
the primary department, at 8:30 a.
m. Monday, the 23rd inst., and con
tinue till Thursday noon. The
daily exercises of the days following
Monday commence at 9 a. in. and 1
The brass band of the College will
give an open-air concert on Hie pre
mises at 2 p. in., Thursday.
The closing exercises lake place
on Frida', at 3 p. in.
The parents of the pupils, the
friends of the College, and the pub
lic generally, are cordially invited
to assist at all these exercises.
Meetings of Engine Companies 1
and 2 were held last night. The
former in their hall on King stieet,
when the following ollicers were
elected for the ensuing year:
ltobort .More, Foreman, re-elected;
E. B. Thomas, 1st Assistant
Foreman; Walter White, 2d As
sistant Foreman, re-elected ; Tlios.
R. Lucas, Delegate, re-elected ;
B. Ordensteiii, Secretary, re- elect
ed ; I. O'Sullivan, Treasurer, re
elected. B. Ordensteiii, J. A. Mehrtens
and P. O'Sullivan, were appointed
a committee- to revise Hie member
ship roll. Alter routine business
Hie meeting adjourned.
No. 2 met in their hall at the
Bell Tower, when the resignation of
C. J. McCaitlry, Foreman, Thomas
Smith, 1st Assistant Foreman, .las.
Torbert, 2d Assistant Foreman,
and Fred Harrison er read and
accepted. The following were
elected to fill vacancies caused by
these resignations: John Lucas,
Foreman; Edward R. Ryan, 1st
Assistant Foreman ; and J. F. May,
2d Assistant Foreman. Other bus
iness connected with the company
was transacted, after which the
CUSTOM HOUSE STATISTICS.
The Collector-General's returns
for the quarter ending June 30,
1888, contain Hie following figures,
showing the exports and their val
ues for the quarter:
Sugar, 99,473,083 lbs., valued at
Rice, 2,G19,000 lbs., valued at
Tallow, 23,032 lbs, valued at
Bananas, 20,158 bnclis., valued at
Molasses, 9,-120 gals., valued at
Awa, 0,358 lbs, valued at SG38.
30. Hides, 5,820 pieces, valued at
Goatskins, 3,713 pieces, valued at
Coffee, 2,-i00.1bs, valued at 8550,
00. Sheepskins, 1 ,500 pieces, valued at
Taro Flour, 178 lbs, valued at
Betel leaves, 70 boxes, valued at
Sundries to the value of $3,050.05.
Tlio total value of exports for tlio
quarter is $1,557,723.35. This to
tal includes 13,'177,353 lbs sugar,
valued at $078,821.21, from Kahu
lui; and 2,891,100 lbs sugar, val
ued at $155,150.78 from llilo.
A comparison between tlio ex
ports of tlio first six months of 1887,
and Hie exports of the first six
months of 1888, shows an incraibo
in the latter period in sugar, rice,
tallow, buiinnas, awa, and wool; and
a decrease in molasses, hides, goat
skins, coffee, sheepskins, taro Hour,
betel leaves and paddy,
SUPREME COURT JULY TERM.
Ilf.FOIti; PlIUSTOS, .1.
FnuiAT, July Otli.
The Com I opened at 10 a. m.,
and at 12:03 p. in. takes a recess
until 1:30 p. m. for hearing divorce,
The King v. Mike Coffee, vag
rancy. Defendant's appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. Prosecu
tion's oral motion to dismiss appeal,
continued from 2nd inst. Appeal
The King vs. All Fook, forgery.
Defendant's appeal from Police
Court, Honolulu. Defendant and
his bondsmen failing to answer when
called their bond is declared for
feited. The King vs. All Poi and Tom
Sun, larceny in Hie second degree.
Committed by Police Justice of
Honolulu. Both defendants arc
arraigned upon an indictment and
cadi pleads not guilty. Deputy
Attorney-General Peterson for the
Crown, defendants in person.
The King vs. .lolin Teschcra Vcs
pcra, larceny in Hie second degree.
Committed April 10, 1888, by Police
Justice of Honolulu for trial. De
fendant is arraigned upon an indict
ment, pleads guilty and is sentenced
to imprisonment for one .year at hard
labor and lined $20, and $2 costs.
Deputy Attorney-General for the
Crown, defendant in person.
The King vs. Daniel Iloolapa,
uttering forged paper. Defendant
is arraigned upon an indictment and
pleads not guilty. Deputy Attorney-General
Peterson for the Crown
and defendant in person.
The King vs. Daniel Iloolapa,
violation of Postal Laws. Defendant
is arraigned upon an indictment and
moves to quash upon the first count
and pleads not guilty to the second
count. Deputy Attorney-General for
the Crown, J. M. Poepoe for de
fendant. William Richardson vs. Anno
Woolsey Richardson, divorce. Tried
and divorce granted for adultery of
defendant. A. S. llartwell for
plaintiff; no appearance for defend
But what the country cannot
stand is, that the cheap laborers in
troduced for or by the plantations,
be allowed to quit them at will so as
to enter, all over the country, into
competition against white men and
Hawaiiaii3 alike, in all branches of
other labor, handicraft, trade or
commerce, Hie consequences of
which cannot end in anything else
but the departure of all the white
population and the ruin of the na
tive Hawaiians, who alrcad- now
are being gradually superseded and
substituted by Asiatics, in all their
ordinary occupations, even in the
culture of taro and inaiiufnctiiic of
Hie national "poi."
Tlio A. A. Union now considers
tiiat the situation of the country, in
respect to the Asiatic question, is
extremely dangerous and requires
immediate lemedy by adequate
legislation, the tenure of which the
Union leaves to the wisdom, intelli
gence, good sense, and patriotism
of our Representatives. But, after
having repeatedly made a special
study of the matter and discussed it
publicly for Hie past four months, Hie
following plans have been adopted
as Hie platform of our recognised
wauls and wishes, in which are con
densed the views of the members
constituting the A. A. Union.
In respect to Hie Chinese, the
popular sentiment is unquestionably
and vigorously in favor of the total,
absolute prohibition of any further
Chinese iinmitrration, and will not
lie satisfied with any partial, half
way measures. Here the following
suggestions have been countenanced
by the Union as desirable for regu
lating the status of the Chinese al
ready hero :
1 All Asiatics ought to be sub
jected to a strict registration, by the
issuing of au individual official pass
book, showing Hie real occupation
of every one of them this measure
being extended, if necessary, to
mako it immediately constitutional
to people of all nationalities.
2 A vagrant law ought to be en
forced, more stringent still than Hie
3 An amendment ought to bo
made to the Constitution of the
Kingdom, so Hint it be rendered
lawful not to issue a 113- more busi
ness licences to 11113- 110W applicants
of Asiatic nationality; and, in the
meanwhile, tho. Government ought
to be instruntcd to take advantage
of every possible motive for not
issuing any now licences to new ap
plicants of such nationality.
1 The tendencies of the adminis
tration ought nlso to 'be, whenever
practicable in view of reducing tlio
number of the business licences now
already granted that those now
existing bo cancelled whenever pro
per motive bo given, thiough the
owners violating the laws, or infring
ing any of tho licence regulations.
Furthermore, in what regards Jhe
future admission of Chinamen into
litis Kingdom, it seems to be im
1 That all future immigration of
Chinese bo slopped, except when
laborers lie needed by tho planters,
and then the immigrants introduced
for plantations to bo so regulated
that they be strictly kept to their
work and sent back to China at tlio
expiration of their engagements, if
they do not choose to renew tlicm ;
2 That all passports now out
standing bo cancelled, if not pro
perly recorded at the Foreign Olllco,
and a reasonable delay promulgated,
after which the legal passports not
yet used shall be declared void ;
3 That all future return pass
ports be issued only on the most
worthy and urgent cases, and then
only with all necessary precautions
for proper individual identification.
The opinion of the A. A. Union
is that Hie introduction of Chinese
in this Kingdom can be constitution
ally stopped at once, as no treaty
exists with China, which country is
moreover not recognised by the
international common laws. But, if
through technical quibbling, the
measure was deemed unconstitu
tional, then tho petitioners' senti
ment is that it will be urgent to
amend our present Constitution to
the effect of making legal such pro
hibition against Asiatics; and then,
pending the delay for constitutional
amendment, tho Chinese ought to be
allowed to land here only on pay
ment or n very heavy tax.
Concerning Hie immigration from
Japan, although the Japanese lie
acknowledged a far superior and
more preferable race, and although
the danger. of their competition be
less at present than that of tho Chi
nese, yet it is the opinion of the A.
A. Union, that tlicy may and will
eventually constitute to this King
dom and to its native and white
population, a danger even creator
than that resulting from tlio Chinese
immigration ; and Hie A. A. Union
considers that tho present treaty
with Japan is a one-sided instru
ment which docs not allow our Gov
ernment free action to protect us in
ease of necessity. Consequently,
the A. A. Union thinks it imperious
that Hie treaty with Japan bo im
mediately modified in such a way
1 No more male Japanese labor
ers be introduced here except for
the plantations, to be kept there in
Hie same way and under the same
regulations as the Chinese coolies;
2 No more free Japanese immi
grants be landed here, in view of re
population, except if married and
accompanied by their wives and
3 That Hie prohibition concern
ing the issuing of trade licences to
Chinamen be equally extended to
All these points having thus been
respectfully submitted to the earn
est attention of the Nobles and. Re
presentatives of the Kingdom, the
members of the Hawaiian Anti
Asiatic Union take Hie libcity of
asking respectfully, but firmly, that
the present Legislature be pleased
to take the proper steps fpr dealing
immediately with Hie Asiatic ques
tion, immigration and competition,
for safeguarding the interests of Hie
petitioners and of the public at
And with this praj-er, we humbly
subscribe ourselves, gentlemen,
your most obedient servants.
Signed, for the members of the A.
A. Union, A. Mauques,
President and Deieuntc.
THE BAHD CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert this afternoon at
Emma Square commencing at -1 :30
o'clock. Fallowing is the pro
gramme: Miuch Suite Lachner
Overture King Stephen Beethoven
Sim amide Ulrtlidav Elsoldt
Reminiscences of IJalfc Godfrey
Walt. Lehiat Sounds Labitzky
Coriiet Polka Two Postilions. Wicland
JJVHl!JlU.Ull V 11UUUIUU1.I
32.Ni) Day July Cth.
The House re-assembled at 1 p.
111. and went into committee of Hie
whole, Rep. Kalaukoa in the chair,
to consider the Appropriation Bill.
The following items were passed :
To purchase law books $ 2,000
Stationery, etc 3,000
Salaiy of Cleik of Polico
Court Honolulu 2,100
Salaiy of Interpreter and
Translator Chinebo.. .. 3,000
Salary of Interpreter and
Translator Portuguese. . . 1,200
Salary of ineoscngers 2,100
DEI'AHTMEXT OI" 1111! INTEUIOII.
Salary of Minister $10,000
" " Chief Cleik (i,000
" " AbsistantCleiks . 10,000
" " .Survoyor-Oeiioral.. 7,000
Expenses of the Survoy oflico 37,000
Salary of Registrar of Convey
Salary of Doputy Registrar of
Salary of Clffiks 0,120
Sundry expenses of the Jbl-
Expoiu-os of tho Board of Im
Salary of Postmaster-General. 7,000
" " Doputy Postnuistor-
Genoral , 5,000
Salary of Cleiks 211,000
" " Postmasters 20,000
" " bettor Carriers.. . 28,000
Sundry expenses of thu Buicau 15,000
Salary Supoiintendeiit of Pub-
lio Woiks ' 7,000
Salary of Deputy Superintend
out Public Woiks -1,800
Sundry expoiibosof tho Bureau 500
Koiobono warehoiifco (new
The committee then rose and re
ported progress. Upon the House
resuming, Minister Thurston gave
notice of two new bills. 1st, To
amend the law relating to the Ha
waiian Postal Savings Bank. 2ml,
To give greater security to depositors
in Hie Hawaiian Savings Bank.
The House adjourned until 10 a.
33i!i Day July 7th.
The House opened at 10 a. in.,
President W. R. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
ItlU'OUTS OI" COMMITTEES.
Noble Baldwin presented a majo
rity report from the Finance Com
mittoo on the bill to regulate inter
nal taxes, recommending that it be
indefinitely postponed. The report
was laid on Hie tabic to be consid
ered witli thojbill when the minority
report lias been presented.
Noble Smith presented from the
Judiciary Committee a report on
Hie preliminary Appropriation Bill
recommending that Hie bill be
amended so as to include items that
arc not on the original bill, with
these amendments they advise the
passage of Hie bill. They presented
a new bill, embodying these amend
ments. On motion tlio reading of
the bill was deferred. The report
was accepted and laid on the tabic
to be considered with the bill.
Noble Dowsett reported from the
committee on Public Lands on the
petition to extend Queen street, re
commending that $5,000 be 'appro
priated for that purpose. The re
port was received and laid on the
table to be consideied with the Ap
Rep. Kinney presented a minor
ity report from Hie Judiciary Com
mittee on Hie bill to prevent the use
of explosive substances in taking
fish, recommending a new bill, but
.cavcring all the points for which the
bill intioduccd by the Hon. Dr.
Wight was intended, viz., for tlio
protection of the fisheries from wan
ton destruction, and to bring the
offenders to justice and secuie a
The report was received and laid
on the table to be considered with
Hie majority report and tlio bill.
UES01.UTI0X3 AXI) III M.S.
Minister Thurston read a first
time a bill to re-establish a commis
sion for the settlement of bounda
ries. Tlie rules were suspended and the
bill read a second time and refeired
to the Judiciary Committee.
Noble Jaeger read a first time a
bill to report an Act to lcliove cer
tain articles fiom Customs duties.
Rep. MoGtiire gave notice of a
bill to amend section 1 of an Act
approved on the 22nd day of June,
oiiiiEii or thi: day.
Third reading of a bill to regulate
proceedings in bankruptcy.
On account of several inaccura
cies in Hie engrossing, a motion
was made to refer the bill back to
the Engrossing Committee. Car
ried. The Attorney-General pointed out
in section 7 of the bill a clause that
be thought was in conflict with the
constitution. There it provides
that for 8 offences a summary con
finement in prison without warrant
or trial, can be made by :i Justice of
the Supreme Court.
Third reading of a bill to regu
late the manufacture of poi in the
city of Honolulu. Passed.
The consideration of Hie majoiity
and minority reports of the commit
tee to whom was icferrcd the peti
tion to pay the Representatives for
this session. The majority report
was adopted by a vote of 18 to I.
Noblo YVidcmann under suspen
sion of the rules, read a petition
from Maui, praying that the olllcc
of Governor be not uboIUhcd, but
that their salaries bo reduced.
On motion the bills, reports of
committees, and petitions relating
to the olllcc of Governor wero made
Hie speciul order of tlio day for
Rep. Nakaleka, under suspension
of the rules, presented a petition
praying that School street be ex
tended through to Palania.
Rep. Brown reported from tlio
special committee to whom was re
ferred the bill iclating to pounds
and estrays, recommending its
passago with the amendments offer
ed by the committee.
The icport was accepted to lie
considered witli the bill.
Rep. Ilelekuiiihi pre.-ientcd a peti
tion from Iluelo, praying that the
office of Governor be abolished.
Tlio House adjourned until 10
a. in., Monday.
Jfotleti t.ndc (hit htarf mi charge! 10 cents
tr tint for thtflrtt Imerllun, imtt ff euls mv line
et ei ij uililillonut interlioit,
BEST BUTTERSCOTCH at
Hurt ifc Co.'. 73 lw
I7INEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL' forma Port, Madeira ami Malaga,
for mho in keg, and case3 by
GON8ALVES & CO.,
01 Qneca street.
CLEAN RAGS ami bccoiul hand
clothing will bu gintefnlly iccclv
ed for tlit uu of thu inmates ol the
Branch Ilospitul for Lepers at IfuUako,
or ut tlio Leper Bailment, on Molokui,
If left with J. T. Wiiterhousc, jr., ut the
Queen Street Slore. t&f tf
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
In Balbrigan, Merinos and India Gauze at a
Ucyohcd by last steamer a Fine and Llogant Lino of
Boys' and OhiMrens1 Clothing
"Which I oiler at
BED ROOK PR-IOES
Received diiect fiom Now York and Philadelphia a Fine Line of
Gent's, Ladies' &
GREAT BARGAINS IX
GUSH SALE'at B. F. EHLERS & GO.'S
S "iX32:"x:ri? two w raraTrgg a
To cloo out a eonHu;ninent of
Black Rhadames reduced from $2 50 to $1 75.
Black G-rosgrain reduced from SI 75 to SI 25.
Black Spanish "Flouncing reduced from $3 00 to 82 00.
OtteJacyis anflLaces RBflucea in Proprtioi.
n?" sry77T" y c
7 '- WWQUQ
HI. M.. Til
Proven to bu the best in
sSwW i 'M&njjartxpjs,. JSiwsSWi
jBaaSjjf $M$l 'TS0tl'iMti 7?1S iiui P-VU
Antique Oak Bedroom Suits !
Magnificent and just thu style.
ANTIQUE OAK DINING ROOM SETS!
The handsomest-over imported for the trade.
PofIhw Qmifg in iSIf Pinch f
b aflB ooJa wii!&.& HUB OTm 1 IllaSS i
lO J, JTorL
Take Notice !
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i nnirur iinnnfi inonnrflnn
iiauioi) Miaou unuoiwoai
SILK HOSE !
Irwin & Co.
and LACES '
the world foi this climate.
JWM&ti-nS U&f flL,I
IN SBVEIUL BEAUT1PUL STYLES !