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JESTDo not fall to call at the
CSSStraw Hats in great variety,
Embroidery Chenille, Arrascnc, Kib
boseue, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
nnd Worsted in all shades at the
Tho AroauV-E GAN & CO.
Gcnta Flue Clothing and Ftir
nishlng Goods, Hats, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Ktc, go to the Leaders of
Cheap Prices, the Aucadi:.
car At the AnoAlJK you cau buy
While and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
AncADC nnd exnuiine the Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits tit re
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Leader of Low Prices,
SATUUDAY, JULY II, 1888.
Stmr Likcllki; from Kulitiliil
PtmrKlmiu from JIsiul mid Hawaii
Stinc Mokolii from Muloknl
USS Uiiinha from Pannnia
Selir .i.siry from tlmmlci
Rktne Discovery for Sun Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Khmii for llllo anil way ports at 4
Stmr Llkellko for ICiihulul antl Maui at
fi p in
Stmr MoUolll for Molokal
Stmr .1 A Uiiniinlns for Koolau
Stmr Kniilu for Wuhinuu, anil Walalua
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llkellko -'-'00 bags sugar.
btnir Klnuii --ISO bafjs sugii, 150 bags
spuds Tit hide, i horses, 1 oow anil
calf, and 130 pkgs sundries.
From Hawaii and Haul, per steamer
Kbi.ni, Julv i:i W 0 I.aekland. Prof
O K Cronni, X 0 Wilfong, J A UecU
wttb, Miss L Kimball, D Ji Williams, J
X Wlgbt, Til Walker, Jas Urig it, Hon
J Magbbe, Miss Alice Hughes. .1 L
lllaisuell, wife and a children, Miss M
Brown, Hon K H Jiailuy, D Davis, E A
llielenberg, T Lisliniuti, .1 A Moote, W
II Cmninings. J 1) C oeke t and 02 deck.
From Kaliuliu and way ports, per
steamer LiUclikc, July 14 Lau Cliong,
Mr llerlowitz. Nalia, ting Yow, A Fer
nandez, Mrs .1 V Jtet. Miss Uodgers,
3Iiss Sueldon, Mr Huiiloinatin,TII Gay,
Hal Cluing, Mis X Ferry and daughter,
O Leonard, Mr Simp'-on, l)r Kmerson,
Dr Swilt. Mr uiuuvurro, Mr l'arnell
and til duck.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TiiKiti: will be music at the Kink
Tin: Row II. II. Clowen will preach
t the 11 :-lf t-erviee in St. Andrew's
Tim union evening services of the
native uhuichctt, will be held in Ivnu
makapili church to-morrow.
A xuMnnn of houses on the upper
side of King street near the bridge
are being raised up to the street
Tin: U. S. S. Omaha, which ar
rived this morning, brought a num
ber of men for the Flagship Vsm
dalia. To-day being the anniversary of
the fall of the liastile, the Hawaiian
Hand played at the residence of the
Thi: workmen tearing at tho old
floor of the Beaver Saloon, thought
they has struck n mint when they
discovered snver.il pieces of coin
which lind fallen through the cracks.
Tin: Itev. M. C. Harris of San
Francisco, fo'nneily a missionary in
.Tap.in, will speak of Christian work
among the Japanese, in Central
Union Church at tho Sunday morn
ing service, July 15th. At the same
place, at 3 p. in., July 15th, there
will be Union Consecration Services,
baptism of Japanese believers, and
communion. All interested in God's
work of redeeming grace are cor
dially invited to attend and unite in
Mrs. Florence William's lecture on
Marcus Aurulitis, at Harmony Hall,
on Thursday evening, wnnot so well
attended as her previous lectures
have been. Mrs. Williams threw her
whole soul into tho lecture and re
lated with manifest pleasure the
early training of this notable Em
peror and dwelt with admiration on
the teachings of his mother and un
cle. Mrs. Florono oWilliams lec
ture on tho KopubliTs of Venice will
be delivered next Tuesday evening,
at 7 :15 o'clock.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Party by the Hawaiian Social
Club in Ilayseldcn hall.
Temperance lecture at tho Y. M.
C. A. hall at 7:30 o'clock, by Mr.
A. J. Cudney. Seats free and
TiinAsunr.n's ki:i'okt iinancial sit
uation, July 1st., 1888.
Bank account, reported on
Nov. 15, 1887, after fair. . .$2,337 03
Collected since, from dues
and intorest 283
Collected six months of
Government subsidy.. . . 20S
Total receipts $2,829
Invested in notes at 0 p. c,
$1,230; in.H. Postal Sav
ings Bank,$712.'10 Total
nint. hearing interest. . . .$1,912
Running cxponbes,by bills
I'd, to Queen's Hospital up
to dato, $175.25: casual
wkly. charities, $310.25;
physicians' bill and sun
dries, 101.35 Total. .
Total expenditures $2829 25
Treasurer P. L, O. A.
To Mits. M. or. S. Canavakko, Pre
sident of P, I,. CJi. Assn.
Honolulu, July 10th, 1888.
At noon to-day' Mr. Jas. F. Mor
gan sold at auction a rice plantation
at Kailua, Koolaupoko, to Hon. W.
11. (Jastlo for 81 over the equity of
redemption. The plantation yields
about 125 tons to each crop, is
leased in portions nt terms ranging
between 8 and 15 years, and wa9
mortgaged for about Si3,000.
At 12:15 Mr. Morgan started the
sale of the vessels belonging to the
Pacific Navigation Co. The steamer
Surprise was sold to Bishop & Co.
for 88,000 ; the brig Hazard to Cap
tain Uobron for 81,000 ; the schooner
Canute to J. A. Hopper for SI, 000;
the schooner Waiinalu to J. I. Dow
sett for 81,000; the schooner Wai
ehu to .1. I. Dowsett for 8780; the
schooner YVnioli to Joe Ltii for
81,100; the schooner Wailelo to a
private. t party for $1,030; and
schooner Kc Alt lion to J. 1. Dow
sett for 8300. The vessels were to
be delivered this afternoon.
THE PORTUGUESE CHARITABLE
As will be seen by the report,
herewith published, of the Treasur
er of tho Portuguese Ladies' Chari
table Association, this useful institu
tion has disposed of, since the Fair,
in November, the sum of S2,82y.25,
of Jwhich 81, 012. -10 have been in
vested at G per cent, and 8880.85
expended for the relief of the desti
tute and sick of the Portuguese
colony here. It had been decided
to make a permanent investment of
82,000, but the pressing calls mafic
on the Society by the needs of the
Colony, have not yet allowed that
wish to be fulfilled.
In the expenditures of the Society
it will bo noticed that SI 75. 25 have
been paid, since November, up to
the end of June, to the Queen's
Hospital, for treatment ot sick
Portuguese, outside of 8310.25 dis
tributed as casual help, and $101.35
spent for physician's care and other
necessities. This sum to the hos
pital is said to be the largest ever
paid to that institution by- any of
the charitable associations of the
It will also be noticed that the in
come of the Society l'rom ordinary
sources is comparatively small,
quite insulllcient to meet the require
ments of the colony. The Govern
ment aid is about 8101 per quarter,
which, considering the many thou
sands of Portuguese here who have
paid the two-dollar tax on arrival,
It may be here staled, that for
the present month tho Soeietj has
been obliged to suspend dispensing
assistance, as the ordinary revenues
arc exhausted, and any expenditure
could only be met by drawing on the
THE U S. S. OMAHA.
The U. S. S. Omaha arrived this
morning from Panama. The Omaha
is a wooden vessel of 2,100 tons.
She is 200 feet in length, 30 feet
beam and 17 feet 0 inches draft.
She has old fashioned engines with
four boilers and two smoke stacks,
and her best speed is about 12 knots
per hour. She has 12 guns 10
'J inch, 1 8-inch, and 1 UO-poundcr,
and has also a secondary battery
of 1 llotschkiss machine guns, 1
3-inch rifle and 1 gattling gun. Be
sides a complete electric outfit, the
Omaha lias torpedo arrangements for
both ship and launch. The vessel
is furnished with improved ventilat
ing apparatus She has one steam
and one sailing launch.
The Omaha left Panama on May
5th and called at nearly all the ports
of Central America, thence went to
Acapulco, sailing from there for
Honolulu on June 15th. At Panama
the Omaha's ollicers were entirely
changed excepting tho Captain,
Chief and Assistant Engineers, the
former ollicers going home.
On arrival off port this morning
the Omaha saluted the American
Admiral, and on entering the har
bor saluted the Hawaiian Hag. The
salutes were answered.
It is not known how long the
Omaha will remain here. Her next
port will be Yokohama, to which
station she belongs. She has be
sides a full list of ollicers, 250 men.
Following is the list of ollicers:
Captain F. V. McNair.
Lieut. Comdr. W. C. Bcisingcr.
Lieut. James McMiller.
" J. B. Murdoch.
Clius. A. Poster.
J. M. Bowyer.
Ensign Simon Cook.
" M. L. Read.
" A. C. Dieffenbach.
Cadet B. W. Stearns.
" C. U. Hadson.
Surgeon George It. Bush.
Paymaster C. A. McDauiol.
Chief Engineer Edwin Wells.
Assst. Surgeon Y. C. B. Means.
Lieut. W. O. Tamer, U. S. M. C.
P. A. Engineer A. V. Jane.
Asst. Engineer O. A. Carr.
Pay Clerk John Trat.
Boatswain Win. Manning.
Carpenter John G. Tilden.
LIVE PAPER in
The Dallv Uullutin.'
CO cents per month.
rPHE DAILY BULLETIN has tho
X largcht circulation of any paper
printed in this Kiugdom. CO cents per
THE BAND CONCERT.
Tho Koyal Hawaiian Band will
givo a concert this afternoon at
khnina Square commencing at 1:30
o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: Quickstep Tho l'rinoo Zamnra
Overture Caliph of Bagdad (new).-
Grand Maieh The Cld (uew)....Mus-o
Selection I'cpltn ( ew) Lecoeq
Waltz Glided Youth Waliltcutel
Mazurka Azalia Faust
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HEWS FROM HAWAII.
11Y TUT. K1NMU.
Heavy winds and boisterous seas
prevailed all along Ililo and Ilamu
kua coasts this week.
The brig Lurlino arrived at Ililo
last Tuesday, 10 days from San
Francisco. Tho geutloman who is
to sucecd Hon. 11. S. Townscnd at
Ililo Boarding School was a passen
ger. Mr. Jules Tavernicr, who has
been very seriously ill at Ililo, was
slightly better when the steamer
The steamer Iwalani was at Ilacne,
near Mahukona, for 3 days this
week, taking shelter from the bad
weather. She left Ilacne for Hama
kua, yesterday morning.
The schooner Golden Fleece was
still at Papaikou when the steamer
Kinau left, unable to load on ac
count of the roughless of the sea
The Crater of Kilauca has been
quite active; three (lows were seen
from the Volcano House.
At 3 o'clock on the morning of
the Slh inst. a Swede, John Ander
son, who worked on Waikea planta
tion, was murdered. John Ander
son has been on Waikea plantation
for the past SA years and was not
known to have had any enemies. On
me evening ot mo m he was seen
at Ililo and at about 8 o'clock that
evening lie went to his house, where
his wife and two children lived. lie
remained with his family until about
11 o'clock p. ni., when he left for a
Japanese and Chinese camp two
miles away. He is said to have ar
rived at the camp and had asked for
some Japs, who were not then there.
At 3 o'clock in the morning of the
8th three pistol shots were heard,
and a little later John Anderson was
found lying on his face on the
ground, with three bullet holes in
him. He was dead. No weapon
was found near the body of Ander
son. Sheriff Hitchcock is working
up the c.T-e and several parties are
.suspected. A reward of S100 is
offered for evidence that will lead to
the arrest and conviction of the
party or parties who committed the
DEPARTURE OF THE
There was a crowd of friends on
board the Star, of spectators on the
wharf, and of carriages on the adja
cent streets, and the missionary
vessel took its departure, Friday
Promptly at 2 :30 p. m., the fare
well exercises were begun with sing
ing in English and in Hawaiian,
"The Gospel Ship is Sailing."
Bov. E. S. Timoteo of Vaialua,
gave the farewell address in Hawai
ian, saying in substance, that though
the vessel might leave the shore, an
invisible bond of love still held her
in the minds of those who stood at
the poit of prayer. While other
vessels sought earthly treasures,
this was fruaght with spiritual good.
It carried the light of the divine life
to the benighted dwellers on the
isles of these tropic seas. His only
i egret was that no Hawaiian went
forth this year as a torch -bearer to
those in the darkness of heathenism.
But God's blessing would go before
His servants, and I lis blessing would
be their reward.
Uev. Mr. Harris of the Japanese
Mission, San Francisco, said that he
had heard of the Morning Star, and
thanked God he had now the privi
lege of seeing tho missionary vessel,
and taking part in these farewell
exercises. Other witnesses there
were, all unseen, yet watching with
heavenly benisons the sailing of this
ship. ' The young brother and sister
leaving home and friends for Micro
nesia's far-off bliores, did not how
ever go alone Going in obedience
to Christ's command, and carrying
tho tidings of His redeeming love,
they might expect to enjoy tho pro
mise of Ills picsence in the fullness
of its meaning, "I am with you."
Always may they bo blessed with
conscious nearness to the Lord Je
sus. Even to the end of the world
will lie givo this joy to all of us
consecrated to His service, and call
us to higher joy in the glories of
Ills liuished redemption in the world
of blessedness above.
After prapers by Uev. Dr. Hyde
and Uev. J. Waiamau, the doxology
was sung, and tho benediction pro
nounced by Hev. Dr. Beckwitli, and
Uev. J. Bickncll, Acting Secretary
of the Hawaiian Board.
The awning was lowered, the last
farewells said in tender tones witli
a lingering clasping of hands, the
vessel watched with hush of breath
as the Hues were cast off. Silently,
savo with one parting whistle, the
Mouiiug Star steamed from the
dock around tho wharves. As she
glided away sho dipped her (lag in
salutes to' the waring of haudker-
chiefs and other tokens of friendly
recognition. The voyage is planned
for 291 days, tho vessel stopping at
Kusaio flrtt, there Miss Little will
enter on her work. Thence to link,
where the Star will leave Mr. .Sncl
ling, who joins the Mission there.
His wife, detained by illness in San
Francisco, will follow next year.
The work in the Marshall Islands
will be done this year before tho
usual annual visit to the Gilbert Isl
ands, in order to secure expected
freedom from storms in the one
group nnd more favoring winds in
the other. The prayers of many
friends go before her with the lov
ing hope of a safe return bringing
glad tiding3 of good work done.
38th Dat July 13.
The House rc-nsscmbled at 1.15
p. ni. and went into committee of
the whole, Rep. Kanmuoha in the
chair, on the further consideration
of the Appropriation Bill.
The following items were passed.
Support of English, Hawaiian
and Common schools defcr'd
Industrial School, Keoncula. .112,000
Buildings and repairs of school
Repairs and permanent im
provements to boarding
Stationery and incidentals... 800
Messenger and book clerk.. . . 1,500
Nine scholarships Oahu Col
On motion of Hep. Kinney an
item of 1,000 was inserted for 12
scholarships for native Ilawaiians at
the Kamehameha or other schools,
to be chosen for superior scholar
ship, three from each of the now
existing Judicial Circuits.
A motion to insert 85,000 for a
normal department to Port Street
School was referred to the Commit
tee on Education.
Photographs of Hawaiian scenery
for Melbourne International Exhi
bition and for the Grand Army Re
union and Ohio Valley Centennial
Minister Thurston moved to insert
SI 2,000 for a subsidy for the Para
dise of the Pactlic, or other period
ical, advertising thc3c islands abroad.
This led to a long and hot debate.
Rep. Kauhi spoke against it until
he had buta5very few members left in
the House to talk to. At this point
the president took the chair, and in
structed the Scrgeant-at-Arms to
bring in the members. When a
quorum had been obtained, the com
mittee rose and the House resumed.
Minister Ashford gave notice of a
bill to reorganize the judiciary de
partment. The House then adjourned
10 a. in. Saturday.
30th Day July 14th.
The House opened at 10 a. m.
President W. R. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
ltd'OllTS OF COMMITTimS.
Noble Baldwin reported from the
Finance Committee on the petition
of E. C. Fishbourne, praying for
SI 94 with interest, in all S232.2!),
for services rendered as an expert
accountant. The committee think
tiiat the sum of $104 is not an ex
liorbitaut charge for the services
rendered, but they don't think that
the interest should be allowed ; and
therefore recommend that the sum
of SI 91 be inserted in the Appio
priation Bill to pay this claim.
Noble Widemann brought in a
verbal minority report against pay
ing this amount.
The majority repoit of the com
mittee was received and laid on the
tablo to be considered with the Ap
Rep. Kinney reported from the
Sanitary Committee on the bill to
amend the law "to mitigate,'5 re
commending that it be indefinitely
On motion the report was laid on
tho table to be considered with the
Noble Townscnd reported from
the Committee on Education on a
petition containing 3 prayers, relat
ing to the teaching of English in
the schools and other matter, re
commending that it be laid on the
Tho report was received' and laid
on tho table to await the return of
ouo member of the Committee from
Minister Austin reported 3 bills
sinned by His Majesty:
An Act to provide for liens of
mechanics and material men.
An Act to regulate the manufac
ture of poi in Honolulu.
An Act to provide for the expen
scs'of Government until Aug. 1st,
HKSOI.UTION'S AND 111 M.S.
The president announced that the
Military Bill had been returned to
the House by Ilia Majesty not sign
ed, with his reasons for so doing.
The President said that this bill
was prcsonted to the King on tho
5th day of July, consequently tho 10
days limit lias not yet expired. So
the first motion in order will be to
reconsider this mutter.
Rep. Klnnoy said he did not think
that it was necessary to act hastily
in this matter, it would not hurt to
wait for two or three weeks, and
await developments. This is a
question that involres a principle,
and not this bill only. He moved
thnt the hill bo reconsidered one
week from next Tuesday, July 24th,
and in the meantime that the reply
Noble Smith said. that as this is a
Government measure the Cabinet
should be heard from.
Minister Thurston said he was in
favor of the motion made by Rep.
Rep. Kinney's motion was carried.
Rep. C. Brown read a first timea
bill to regulate the sale of merchan
dise by foreign commercial agents.
Referred to Printing Committee.
Noble Robinson read a first time
a bill to regulate the licensing of the
sale of malt liquors. Referred to
Noble Hitchcock asked the Minis
ter of Finance several questions re
lating to Chinese passports,
Further consideiation of the bill
relating to the use of explosives in
taking fish. The bill was referred
to a select committee.
ouiiuK or Tin; dat.
Second reading of a bill to repeal
the law to relieve certain articles
from Customs duties. Referred to
the Committee on Commerce.
Second reading of a bill to regu
late the bureau of public instruction.
On motion the bill was referred to
the Committee on Education.
Under suspension of the rules the
Attoincy-Gcncral read a first time
by its title a bill to reorganise the
Judiciary Department, and under
the same suspension, the bill was
read a second time and referred to
the Judiciary Committee.
The select committee to whom
was referred the bill relating to the
taking of fish with explosives is
composed of lions. F. Brown, Hitch
cock, Wight, Kauhane and Kinney.
The House then adjourned until
10 a. in., Monday.
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per line for the first insertion, and u cents per line
ei cry uitditivnal insertion.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hoar of Luciu' Mill.
HAWAIIAN Kiult&TnroCo. Gen.
llcincu: 1 liiive made a chemical
examination of the sample of Tarn Flour
which you have submitted to me and
find that same is entirely free from any
injurious suhstance whatever. Yours
very truly, Geo. W. Smith, Analyst.
Honolulu, June 1, 18S8. 71 lm
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