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AncADE and examine tho Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits at re
flail" it iWi'Mtn
FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1888.
Sttnr W Q Hull from Lnhnlnn, Mnnlaon,
ltotia null K'.tu
Schr KanUoaoull fiom Hawaii
Schr Cnileiina Horn llnnnlel
Stinr J0 it lllshop for Waianac, Waialua
hihI h'uolnu at I) a in
Ilk l'ak Wan for Fort Ulaholy
Schr j:v.i for Liuclta
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.'
llktno Discovery for Pan Francisco
CARGOES FI10M ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W 0 Hull U,730 bags Migar, 8!)
bags awa, C2 lias coffee, 2!( hides,
10 calves, !J horses and 21 hogs.
For Eureka, per sehr Eva, July 13
R C Claik.
From Hawaii and Maui, per steamer
W G Hall Her Majesty the Queen, 2
Princes, Hon A F.Iudd. l O Jones, 1
KLUikalanl, Mrs TC Mills and child.
Mrs WL Wilcox, Mrs A Ulukoit, Mrs
Kahalcwal, .1 Jones, a L) Forsyth, Mrs
II Usher, A MeD.ulc, 2 Chinese and 53
Tho stunincrd Kaala and J A Cura
mhis wcic to havu been lowered fiom
the Marine Hallway this forenoon.
' .11 1U. . I - - . "I
LOCAL 81 GENERAL NEVS.
Tun steamer Waialcalc will be duo
hrc to-monow and the Mikahala
No b.i.tcball game
ranged for to-morrow;
has been n r
the seabon is
Tin: fcccond oigan lecital at Kau
makapili church will bo given Satur
day evening, July 21ht.
Tin: Uev. II. II. Govcn will preach
at the 11 :lf service at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, Sunday morning.
AN important notice from Mrs. L.
Kapu relating to tiespassingon Fords
island, will be found in another
Tun sailing of the steamer Jas.
Makee was fmther defer: cd until this
evening, on account of the thicatcn
ing state of the weather.
Tun steamer Iwalani's new boiler,
made by the Honolulu Iron Woiks,
has been rolled down lo tho wharf
next to the iish market.
Stranok as it may seem, ants have
eaten off several inches of the wooden
legs of Mr. Nolte's billiaid table,
which stood in the Heaver Saloon.
A GKKTI.KMAN lcmarkcd this morn
ing that ho felt "played out," and
another gentleman added that "a
tired spell had come upon tho town."
t -t -
Noble Hitchcock seems to have
lost confidence) in tho ability of the
Ministry to pieparo an Appiopria
tion Bill, as many of tho items have
been strongly opposed by him.
Theki: is a room of torture in the
Station House. Polieo Officers and
clerks excrcis-o with dumb-bells, heavy
weights and fencing sticks, to keep
up their niussles.
A PunLic meeting will bo held in
tho Chamber of Commerce rooms
to-monow afternoon, to discuss tho
bill now beforo the Lcgislatuie "to
encouiage the cuHiration of coffee."
The bill in full is published in full in
Some people having complained of
hacks making a stand of Merchant
slreet, near Bishop & Co.'s bank, Mr.
Macy, Hack Inspector, will "run in"
the first one he catches standing at
the above mentionpd place.
Mn. J. C. Lane is making rapid
progress on his Hawaiian diiectory.
lie is at piesont engaged in taking
names and addresses of Honolulu
residents, and is pretty well advanced
with that departmont. Tho spaco
alottcd for advertisements is nearly
The Hawaiian Hotel and tho hotel
grounds wore prettily decorated and
lighted last night, tho occasion being
a public Band concert. At tho close
of tho concert, tho huge pallor was
cleared, and an hour or two spent in
dancing. This was. tho inauguiation
of what is intended to bo a regular
The yacht Nellie was stillon the reef
this morning. Sho is reported to havo
both sides badly torn. Messrs. Sm
ronson it Lylo have been engaged to
get the yacht oil' and a foico of men
woro taking ofl her keel and reliev
ing her of her ballast this forenoon.
At high tide, about 2 o'clock, it was
expected that tho Nollio would bo
Tiinm: has been a quiot but won
. derful work going on in tho Japanese
Consulate for bovoral weeks. Tho
Consul and all tho members of his
household havo been gradually
brought into tho light and joy of
Christian faith. Arrangements aro
being made for the baptism of thuhu
new ht'liovers next Sunday afternoon
in Foit Stieot Chinch.
LEGISLATURE OF 1808. "Tho Daily
mid Weekly Ihilletln" contains tho
only con (.otaii'l reliable reports of tho
proceedings of the piescut Legislature.
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JSrStniw lints lit profit vailoty,
Einbioldory Chenille, Atasciio, Klu
bosenc, Km broidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades at the
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Pacific Degree Lodge
No. 1 Daughters of Hcbocoa in Odd
cllow's Hall, Fort street, at 7 :15U
Meeting of llnwaiianTriue No. 1 1.
O.U.M. in liall of Oahu Lodge K. of
P. at 7:a0 o'clock.
Meeting of LTawaiian Council No.
C80 American Legion of Honor in
Harmony hall at 7:00 o'clock.
Drill of Co. D Honolulu Hillcs at
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
MY .1. 1 MOUOAX.
At the old Custom House wharf,
(and not at his salesroom as pre
viously announced), at 10 a. 111., all
tho vessels of tite lato Pacific Navi
gation Co. The steamer Surprise
has been hauled alongside the wharf
MYRTLE BOAT CLUB.
Following are the officers of the
Myrtle Boat Club, elected Wednes
day evening July 11th:
Alex. Kobertson, President.
W. C. Wilder, Vice-President.
T. W. Hobron, Secretary.
C. T. Wilder, Treasurer.
Jas. L. Torbcrt, Captain.
W. C. Wilder, Jr.. W. E.
and A. W. Carter, Trustees
THE DEBATING CLUB.
At the meeting of the Debating
Club last night, Mr. Grcig and Mr.
Harry Byng each gave a recitation.
Following these was an extempor
ised debate, on the desirability or
otherwise of a tramway being allow
ed in Fort street. Mr. N. Logan
opened tho debate, taking the
ground that there weic strong
reasons for excluding the trainwa)'
from that thoroughfare, tho narrow
noss of tho street being the princi
ple. Mr. Sclmnian led the opposite
view. Several other members spoke,
all favoring the tramway. Two now
members were elected. "Free Trade
versus Protection" was the subject
announced for next week's debate.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Those who heard Mr. A. J. Cud
noy in the Y. M. C. A. hall two
weeks ago will be glad to learn that
he has consented to give another
temperance lecture under the aus
pices of the Blue Ribbon League on
Saturday evening. The lecture will
be prefaced with music on the violin
and piano by Mr. W. E. Ilerrick
and Miss P. A. Ilerrick. Mr. Cud-
ney is an easy, interesting speaker,
and although speaking upon an old
theme finds much that is fresh and
helpful by stepping a little aside
from the beaten track of most tem
perance lectures. His subject to
moriow evening will be Air, Food
and Water, considered in their re
lation lo Ifygcne and Tompcrnnce.
SUPREME COURT JULY TERM.
BCFOiti: rimsTOJf, J.
Fuiday, July 13th.
The Court opened at 10 a. m. and
at 11 a, m. takes a recess until 1 :30
The King vs. John Nicolas, selling
spiiituous liquors without licence.
Appeal from Police Court, Hono
lulu. Nolle pros, enctercd.
Deputy Attorney-General lor tho
Crown ; J. L. Kaulukou and A.
Rosa for the defendant.
Walter F. Bates vs. Madalcnc
Continued from April Term for
publication of summons. Divorce
granted for desertion of defendant.
Paul Neumann for plaintiff ; No
appearance of or for defendant.
Win. Clias Achi vs. Isabella A.
On motion of plaintiff continued
until next October Term.
Ar Rosa for plaintiff; no appear
ance of or for defendant.
James Keau vs. Miliama Keau,
Plaintiff's oral motion of Oth inst.
for discontinuance allowed.
No appearance of or for plaintiff ;
A. Rosa for defendant.
TAVERNIER AT HILO.
Jules Tavernier has again taken
up his abode at Hilo and opened a
studio at Mods. Lcons with n serious
intention, at last, of completing the
numerous orders he has on hand
and of "putting his house in order"
for his departure from this country
in the Fall.
It is an open secret that negotia
tions are pending, and nearly con
summated, for a new cyclorama of
Kilauea, entirely distinct from the
one already exhibited, for Japan.
Work on this, however, will not be
commenced for the present.
Tavernier has had a very sorious
attack of Gastric fever which re
quired all the skill of his able and
attentive physician to pull him
through. This was caused by the
indiscretion of sleeping on tho grass
in the hot sun exposed to the cool
Upon his easel lie has several
good pictures, landscapes as well
as Volcanoes, as ho desires to leave
other mementos behind him besides
the "Fire Fountains." lie lias also
recommenced taking pupils and has
two or threo of considerable promise.
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
JL evcuiujj pupur, 60 ccuts per mouth.
'JJiio Ai'cado-EGAN Si
Leader of Low Prices.
OAHU LODGE K.
The officers of Oahu Lodge No,
l, Jv. 01 l'., elected on tltc evening
ot July 11th at Castle Hall, for tho
ensuing year, aro :
Frank Godfrey, C.C. (re-elected).
S. C. Dwight, V. V.
C. W. Hart, P.
Jas. Collin1', M-at-Arms.
J. C. White, K. of H. and S.
Henry Smith, M. of E.
John'n. Holt, M. of F.
A. Lovcll, I. G.
Deputy Supreme Chancellor David
Datony was the installing olllccr.
CHURCH ASSOCIATION MEETING.
Last evening the annual meet
ing of St. Andrew's Church Asso
ciation was held at the residence of
Hev. Alex. Mackintosh, Nuuanu
Valley. Tho following officers were
elected for the ensuing year: Pre
sident, Capt. II. Y. Mist, It. N. ;
Vice President, Pev. Herbert II.
Gowcn; Secretary, C. II. White;
Treasurer, Ed. Ilutton. While the
the business of the evening was
piocccding a number of invited
guests arrived and the evening was
spent in a social manner. Among
those present were noticed: Mon
sieur Laurent Coclielct, French
Commissioner, Capl. Sclioonmaker,
and Paymaster Amies of the U. S.
S. Vandaiia, Rev. J. W. and Mrs.
Sellwood of Portland; Revs. Geo.
Wallace, II. II. Gowen and V. II.
Miss Dora Dowsett gave a piano
solo, Miss Prcbcott a leading and
songs were sung by Mrs. Sellwood,
Mr. Wallace and the Misses Von
Holt .Mist and Rhodes. Between
the music there was social conver
sation, and ice cream, cake and le
monade were served. The genial
host and hostess made everyone feel
quito at home and a most delightful
evening was spent.
37in Day July 12th.
Noble Widcmann said that if we
have come so low that we consider
laws enacted for the benefit of the
people as "birds in hand" then pass
them without delay.
Rep. Nakaleka spoke in favor of
indefinitely postponing the bill. He
asked if the bill should be returned
by his Majesty vetoed can this
House act upon it V He thought
not, as the House was not complete
nor could they get all the members
together unless the' sent to Europe
for one of them. lie therefore
thought that the better course would
be to present all these bills for His
Majesty's signature at once.
Noble Richardson spoke in favor
of deferring action on this bill. He
said that the Cabinet had given
notice of a bill relating to the as
sessment and collection of taxes,
but they did not know what it was,
or what it contemplated doing. He
had supported the motion to la' the
Ministry bill on the table, but if
this bill that they have given notice
of lsupplies tho deficiency in their
bil , "to provide for the discharge
of the duties of governor," ho
should vote for tiie abolition of the
Motion to call the ayes and noes to
indefinitely postpone was carried.
Noes 37, ayes 0.
The ayes and noes were called to
defer the consideration of the bill.
Ayes 15, noes 28.
The jyes and noes were called on
motion to pass its third reading.
Ayes 33, noes 10.
The Minister of the Interior offer
ed a resolution ordering the clerk to
retain this bill until ordered by the
Hoiibo to forward it. Adopted.
Recess until 1 p. in.
The House rc-assembled at 1 :30
p. m. and resumed the
OKDEIl OP TUP. DAY.
Second reading of the bill to pre
vent the use of explosive in taking
A lengthy discussion ensued on
this bill in which there were many
NToble Widcmann moved the bill
bo referred to a committee consist
ing of all the members who have
been tr'iug to make amendments, to
agreeo among themselves on what
amendments aro proper.
Rep. Hustace moved the previous
The House then adjourned until
10 a. m. Friday.
38tii Day July 13.
The IIouso opened at 10 n. m.,
President W. R. Castle In tho chair.
Roll called and absentee noted.
ItKPOltla OP COMMITTIXs.
Noble Townsend reported from the
comimttco on Education on the pe
tition praying that a school houso
be built at Kaupo, Maui, recom
mending that it be laid on the table.
ItKSOl.UTIOX AND HILLS.
Noble Robinson gavo notice of a
bill to licence the retailing of malt
liquors in coiijuuotjou with tho law
authorising the manufacture of such
Rep. C. Brown gavo notice of u
5rGonl9 Fluo Clothing and Fun
nlshing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to the Leaders of
Cheap Prices, tho Aucadi:.
bill to regulato the sale of goods by
foicign agents, and also of a bill to
protect young fish from being taken.
Minister Thurston read a first
time a bill, to give greater security
to dcpuilors in the Savings Bank.
Rcferrco'to Printing Committee.
Noble Foster read a first time a
bill to amend chapter 53 sessions
laws of 188G, amending the Sunday
law. The bill was rejected.
Rep. F. Brown offered a resolu
tion to the effect that the Minister
of the Interior be requested to fur
nish to this House the workings of
the various Road Boards since tho
passage ot the Act. Adopted.
oiiDim ov Tin: hat.
The House went into committee
of the whole, Rep. Ivalaukoa in the
Chair, to consider the Appropriation
Tho following items were passed :
1SOAUD or P.DUCATIOK.
Salary of Inspector General of
Schools $ 7,500
Salary of Clerk of Board Edu
A long discussion ensued on the
item of 82,000 for deputy cleric for
the Board of Education. On mo
tion it was referred to the committee
on Education. Tho committee then
rose, reported progress and asked
leave to sit again at 1 :15 p. m.
TO r.NCOUKAGE TUP. CULTIVATION
Be it enacted bt the King and the
Jjegislaturc of the jfaieaiian
- Sec. 1. Tho Minister of the In
terior witli concurrence of the Cabi
net hereinafter designated as the
"Government," is hereby author
ised to enter into a contract with
any responsible person or persons or
corporation, hereinafter designated
as the "contractor," for the estab
lishment and maintaining of a cof
fee plantation at some suitable
place or places in the Hawaiian
Kingdom, for the purpose of thor
oughly testing the cultivation of
colfee as an article of export and
Sec. 2. Such contract shall pro
1. That the contractor shall plant,
and in a husbandlikc manner, culti
vate and care for, during a period
of not less than live years, not less
than 100,000 coffee trees;
2. That tho contractor shall within
such period place upon such planta
tion proper machinery and other
appliances sufficient to properly take
off the crop to be raised upon such
number of trcos, and shall erect
such buildings as may bo necessary
and proper for the accommodation
of such machinery, the curing of
such crop and the housing of the
labor which may be necessary to
cary on such plantation.
3. That the Government shall pay
to the contractor the sum of S10,
000 upon the Minister of the In
terir being satisfied that the con
tractor hasplantcd,andisin a proper
and husbandlike manner, caring for
not less than 100,000 coffee trees,
and has erected buildings sufficient
lor tne accommodation of tUc man
ager and laborers required upon
1. That the Government shall
pay to the contractor the fuither
sum of Sl'i.OOO, upon the Minister
of the Interior being satisfied that
the contractor has obtained and
erected the machinery, appliances
and buildings mentioned in the
above second requirement of this
5. That the Government shall
pay to the contractor the further
sum of 810,000 upon the Minister
of the Interior being satisfied that
the contractor shall have laiscd on
said trees and cured with said ma
chinery and appliances, not less
than 100,000 pounds of codec.
0. That the contractor shall keep
full, accurate and complete ac
counts, showing all receipts and
disbursements, under such heads
that the books will at all times show
the cost of each branch or item of
expenditure connected with, or inci
dental to such plantation or busi
ness. 7. That the contractor shall, at
the end of each quarter, during such
five years, and for so long a time
thereafter, as the amounts paid to
the contiactor by tho Govcrnmont
shall not bo repaid as hereinafter
provided, send a complete state
ment of all of thfi transactions in
connection with said business, show
ing all receipts and expenditures,
and making a detail statement of the
work dono and the status of the
plantation and all of all other in
formation appcrtaii.uig lo such plan
tation which the Minister of the In
tenor may request, a copy of which
shall be filed in the Interior Office.
8. That if the net proceeds of the
contractor, over and above- the ne
cessary running expenses of such
plantation shall exceed nine per
cent, upon tho capital which shall
havo been invested by the con
tractor, such excess shall bo paid to
the Government, until the above
named sums, amounting to 835,000,
shall have been repaid to tho Gov
ernment. J). That until such sum so ad
vanced shall havo been so repaid, the
Minister of tho Interior, or such per
son as ho may designate, shall be,
fi!rUtha AfioAiiB you aim buy 25s1 3 3 Ki H Jt51 &ff" Bf3 81 gPRSRH B 'H
While and Colored I.ncoa at prices H Ha IMi SJ S Kb ftWlL EseaYCwiasllj B ;JH
that will astonish you. Thc9c Goods g tL.I3ll 8,iL Rill h Iro SL 0 i lil! 13 H 19
have never boon offered so cheap u lasHwHs fifcaein vsH U fl WHIiHWIIh H swK
beforo in litis Kingdom. "-m
ex officio a member of tho Board of
Directors of such contractor, and
shall at all times have tho right to
examine the books and accounts of
Section 3. The Minister of the
Interior is hereby authorized to al
low the contractor the free use of
not more than 300 acres of Govern
ment land for not more than live
years, on which lo establish such
plantation, and at Hie cud of such
term the contractor shall have the
privilege of then purchasing such
land at its unimproved value.
Section 1. This Act shall take
effect from and after its passage.
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ptr tint for thtjtnt insertion, anil 5 cents per line
Xotlcci under this html are ehargal 10 ctnti
ticry additional inteition.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
HAWAIIAN Fruit &Taro Co. Gen.
tleincn: 1 have made a chemical
examination of the sample of Taro Flour
which you have submitted to mo and
find that same isciitiioly free from any
injurious substance ulmtcvcr. Yours
very truly, Geo. YV. Smith, Analyst.
Honolulu, Juno 1, 1888. 71 lm
CMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
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for salo in ken and cac? by
GONSALVES A CO.,
01 Queen street.
IF YOU. really want your money's
worth of tho llnct lIomcMadc
French and Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, call at tho Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ice Cream
rarlors, established ifcuJ, Hotel, oppo.
sitcUcthcl street V lloux, Pinclical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orna.
munler. P. S. Tho only place licro
tho Genuine llutler Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 10 tf
THE OLDEST DAILY in the
A. Kingdom The Daily Bulletin."
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IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
I advertise it in tho Daily I'.um.p.tin
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elasbut The Daily Hullciin." CO
cents per month.
THE DAILY BULLETIN-The
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THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
"The DtiUv JJullctlu." CO cents
Australian Mail Service.
FOK SAN FKANUJISCO,
Tho new and line Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, wil
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland oil or about
July 28, 1886.
And will leave for Iho above port with
mails aud passengers on or about that
For freight or pnss-ap, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents
For Sydney and Auckland,
a-id line Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
ho duo at Honolulu from Sau
Francisco on or about
August 2, 1888,
And will havo prompt dispatch with
mails and nnshcngcrs for tlioal ovc portd.
For freight or parage, liaving SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
:J7 WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Agents
Wliite Bros.' Foil. Gamut,
Goal -Tar, Mill Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. 1. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc.
'4it mam: Jtv
H. Hackfeld & Co.
3 WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
Whalo Rout, 30 feet long, it feet
deep, 8 foct wide; 222 feet Surf Hoots;
1 Ri feet Surf Roat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feci long, 0 feet (1 inches wide, 2 icet
0 Inches deep, with ovist aud hails all
complete j 1 BJ foct BuilliiK Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to.
IS. R. RYAN.
Ro&t Bulkier and General Johbcr. CI tf
63 & 65 FORT STREET. 'II
1 WILL SELL FOR
Lais' MM Meiw, Lais' Wail Merwear
In Halbiigan, Mi-iino" and India Ciatize at a
Ueceived by last steamer a Fine and Elegant Line of
Boys' and Ohildrens' Clothing
Which I oiler at
BED ROOK PRICES
Ueceived direct from New Yoik and Philadelphia a Fine Line of
(rent's, Ladies' & Children's Shoes !
GREAT I1AKGAINS IN
Opposite Irwin & Co.
CASH SHE at B. F. EHLERS
o FOR THE o
Kg TVli3S:rI? TWO WEEKS -1
To clnaP out a consignment of
FREIGH SILKS and LACES !
Black Rliadames reduced from 82 50 to 81 75.
Black Groograiu reduced from 81 75 to 31 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from 83 00 to 82 00.
Otter Black Sis ai Laces
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Proven to be tlio best in
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ANTIQUE OAK DINING ROOM SETS !
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Latest Styles of
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