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n Great variety,
Aiicade and cxatnino the Splendid
Embroidery Chenille, Arrasenc, Rib
bosouc, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in ail shades at the
Stock of Embroidered
Leader of Low Prices,
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lushing Goods, lints, bbocs, trunks, that m mU)uMi Thejc f 1 f ,, f g S f f M a 81 1 B B 8h 'H
vauses, J-,ie., go to wo scatters oi )lave cvcr been 0ffcrctl so cheap a Gsa H V a H r4H isi M&U U SBMBDHB . W
Cheap Trices, the Aucaui:. before in this Kingdom. JgS
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""chr Kutilokal frmu IColoa
Selir Mhrv 13 Poster from Itaual
Schr Kiiulllun from Kauai
Uktno Discovery for San I'rnncUco
Sttnr MlUiiliiila for Ifniuit at 5 p in
Stair W 0 Hull for l.nhalna, Maalaea,
Koni anil ICuti at 10 a in
Stmr Wnialiatlis for Kauai at " p in
Uk F S TiiompMin for Sail 1'r.inelseo
Schr Ko An Iiou for Ko ,a
Stiur Kilauca Hon for uinmkunat fi pin
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Kawnilaul for Kool.tu
For Imil ami Hawaii per steamer
Klnait. .lulv Ki-ltev M G llanis, l)r
Ukal, All"' Sarah Kahniilaal, A Klagler,
T K Smi h, 1 lank 1'aliiu, .1 T Jloilsilon,
N 0 Wllfiing, Mis Dunn and two oi'il
dicn, W Umlowitz, .las lliigit, Miss
Alalia Xu dliain mid servant, .1 Hay
Wodclioiise, .fr, and r0 deck
Kor .Maul, per stmr Likullkc, July l(i
Miss M (J lleukwith, h Ilutehliibon,
Mr Alvarez, Mis Capt Dals and 30
For the Volcano and way ports, per"
stmr W G Hall. July 17 For tho Vol
cano: Airs Fiiiscr, Mis M Dexter, Mls
Moore, Miss Stuart, Mrs Snow and V A
Lewis. Foro'hor poits: I obeit Cat
ton, Miss 11 Wiight, Miss Smitli, Miss
Xoilon, iMrs II Coekett, Miss S Shaw,
AV Lie and wife, Geo MeLanc iiikI
wife, TO i'orsytlii'. Diek PavU, Tom
I.isluuan. Jlr Vlda, (J Uub&e and 7u
For Sau Francisco per hktno Dis
covery, .inly 17 (Jhas II Weyhu, I A
Mel andk'fc, wife and chikhen, and J L
The Discovery ailed for San Fian
cico this nftoi noon, taking 11,8:13 bags
sugar, fit) ban els molasses, and Ifiu
bunches of bananas. Value 015, 77-'. 0.
L0CAL & GENERAL HEWS. "
Tun King will go to "Wninianalo
sonic day Ibis week.
Tendkkh an; wanted for shoeing
tho Government hoites and mules.
Both ABC and W
eottages. Who can
ure in want of
Tiieki: is talk of a baseball match
next week, between a nine from the
Omaha and a like number fioin the
Mn. P. Milton has opened a. meat
market at the lower end of Fort
Street, opposite the O. S. S. Co.'s
wharf. I). MeKenzie is manager.
Six passengers, Mis. Fr.iser, Miss
M. Dexter, Mits Moo.ir, Miss Stuait,
Mis. Snow and F. A. Lewis, left by
the steamer W. G. Hall this morning
for the Volcano.
The offiecis ot the U. S. S. Omaha
were presented to the King at the
Palace this noon bv His Excellencv
Geo. W. MeniU, u! S. Minister Resi
Mr. Men ill, United States Minis
ter Resident, Mr. Putnam, U. S. Con-Bul-Goneial,
Mr. C. R. Bishop and
Col. W. F. Allon, visited the U. S. S.
Omaha this morning.
Mil. V. V. Ashford'ti case, and Ka
liananui's caso weio nol. pios'd in
the Police Court this morning. Mrs.
Kaliauanui depaited fioin this scene
of notoiiety by tho Likxdiko labt
Mr, W. I. Bishop "will givo a fare
well fcPuncn in the Opera House on
the 21th July, in aid of the Branch
Hospital. Now expeiinionts will be
Mil. C. J. Fishel's Leading Milli
nery House, corner of Foitnml Hotel
streets, hub this day commenced an
inventory sale, at which the vaiious
lines of goods aie maikcd at 50 cents
on tho dollar.
Tin: tickets of admission to Miss
Frcscott's Literaiy anil Musical En
teitainmcut aro now pioeuiablo nt
Mr. A. M. Hewctt's, 50 cents each.
The cnteiliiiniuent will bo in tho Y.
M. C. A. Hall on Thursday evening,
beginning at 8 o'clock.
Two more mis for tho Tramway
Co. were landed fiom the biig Con
suolo onto the O. H, S. wluiif this
nftcmon. Tho cars weio all set up
and ready for the horses and trick.
Tboy came down on tho deck of tho
The Hawaiian Tramway Co.'s first
car, which canio in parts froiu San
Francisco, has been put together by
tho Hawaiian Caniago Manufactur
ing Co., and was placed on tho lails
on King street and tiied this after
'noon, The following persons will leave
foir Kauai by tho steamer Mikabala
this evening: Mr. A. S. Haitwelland
family, Col. Z. K, Spalding nnd fam
ily, Mrs. Doverill, Miss L. Eggrs, Miss
T. Kggis, A. K Ileelit, Master J. J.
Wills, Master J. K. Hecbt, Miss E.
Heclit, Mr. (Jrolin and family, Miss
A. Lewis and Mits Grace.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
I1Y I.. .1. LEVEY.
Al his salesroom, corner of Fort
and Queen streets, at 12 o'clock
noon, mortgagee's sale of land situ
ate on the north-westerly side of
Nutianu Valley load.
EVENTS THIS EVEHIHQ.
Drill 61 Co. B Honolulu llilles
Meeting of Excelsior Lodge No.
1 I. O. O. V. in its hall on Fort
street at 7:110 o'clock.
Mrs. Williams will lecture in Har
mony ball, King street, on the Re
public of Venice, at 7:00 o'clock.
The schooner Wailclc is being put
in good sailing condition, and
will be prepared to carry a few
passengers and some freight, to the
South Sea Islands. It will touch at
Tahiti and other islands in that di
rection. Captain Lovell goc as
Sailing Muster, and Mr. Cudney
goes with the view of investigating
the held for missionary work. The
vessel will sail in about one week.
On the south-cast corner of Fort
and Uerctania streets exists a dan
gerous nian-liole, covered by an in
secure iron-plate. A number of
horses have barely escaped breaking
a leg in this tiap. Sunday evening,
a horse stumbled, fell and nearly
tlnew the diiver out bj' stepping
upon the cover, which opened, trip
ping tho animal up. This should be
remedied ere a more disastious ac
1 ' 'i
was advised to
use milk diluted one-half with wa
ter as a constant beverage while
sufferinji fiom a certain disease.
She was being supplied with the
lacteal fluid fiom a dairy in town,
but subsequently purchased a cow.
Strict orders were givemthe nurse
to not in any case give the milk
without lirst diluting it, with water.
The lirt time the milk from her
own cow was brough to her, the in
valid tasted it, and then looking up
to the nurse, said, "Shore, but
there is some mishtake, yees did hot
whater this milk as the docther
tould j'ccs." But, exclaimed the
.nurse, 1 did ma am ; 1 put in only
half milk and half water. "Well
be me houl, but it is foiner than
the whole mil,; we have been :if
ther having from the milkman."
UNION CONSECRATION SERVICE.
The remarkable spread of Chris
tian truth and life that has been
going on among the Japanese was
brought to public notice in a most
striking manner in the union conse
cration services, which were held in
Port street Church last Sunday
afternoon. For several months re
ligious services have been held for
the Japanese in Queen Emma Hall.
Gradually the truth of Cluistianity
lias made the impression of its self
evidencing power to give new spirit
ual life to the soul. First, the Con
sul and his wife; and then, tbiough
their efforts, the other members of
the Consulate, and all the doiiiestics
in the household, without one ex
ception have come into the light and
joy of a personal trust tin the Lord
Jesus as their Divine Redeemer.
The incidents and details of their
experience, as given in the meeting
held last Fiiday evening, were re
markable testimonies to the quicken
ing power of God's Word. Accoi cl
ing to their desire, ariangements
were made for their baptism in Fort
street Church. After biief addresses
by Rev. Mr. Harris and and Rev.
Dr. Hyde, Rev. Mr. Miyama ad
ministered the lite of baptism to them
in Japanese. There were" ten in all :
and previous to the administration,
Mr. Ando gave a brief account of
the way in which he and the others
had been led .to a belief in Christ
and His salvation, which had
brought life and joy, stiengtb nnd
blessedness to their hearts. Rev.
Dr. Beckwith and Rev. Mr. Harris
then administered the Communion.
The body of the church was filled
with the communicants; Gilbert
Islanders, Hawaiians, Chinese, and
Japanese joining with tho members
of the Central Union Chinch in
these unique services, that were full
of interest from beginning to end.
dOni Day July 10.
Noble Baldwin spoke of the me
thod of advertising, and said that
promiscuous newspaper advertising
was not as n rule a success, as for
eign papers wore generally relegated
to the waste basket. lie thought
that those people whom Mr. Castle
referred to gained their success not
by newspaper advertising but by
posting attractive advertisements in
every conceivable place, on the tops
of mountains and in the deepest
valley. lie would therefore like to
have litis items referred to a com
mittee of five', with instruction to
investigate the most feasible and
practicable plan of advertising, tho
country. His experience had taught
him that the best way to advertise a
country is by pictures, illustrative
of thu places ot interest, and the
routes by which such place can be
leached. By organizing excursions
to these places, in company with
sonic transportation company, and
in this way bring tho country prao
ti cally before the world.
Noble Baldwin's motion was
The'following items were passed :
Balnnco unpaid account for
decoiations with interesto $.1,000
Printing repoi Is. .. . $7,000
Compiling and printing laws
in Honolulu . 3,000
Aid to Kupiolaui Paik .$5,000
This item caused considerable dis
cussion, and was amended sons to
rend provided the fence around the
race track be removed.
Noble Richardson moved to refer
the item to a committee.
Noble Widoinann said that the
Kapiolani Park Association had no
income of its own and lias no chance
to get anything out of its members.
The J.ockey Club is a working branch
of the Association, and contributes
towards the expense of keeping the
place in order.
Noble i'ownsend said he should
support the motion of Noble Ricli
aulson to refer this item to a com
mittee, as all the facts bearing upon
the matter should be made known,
and if the Park Association have
leased this paiticular part of the Park
to the Jockey Club with the piivil
ege to build a fence, it is hardly
probable that they can rescind such
lease in order to get this So, 000.
The motion of Noble Richardson
Recess until 1 p. m.
The House re-assembled at 1.15
p. m. and went into committee of
the whole, to resume the consider
ation of the Appropriation Bill.
The following items passed.
Compiling and Publishing
a legister of poisons
qualified to vote $5,000
Aid to the fcailois Homo So
ciety ... . ....
For puichaso of land at
Subsidy for hteamer line be
tween Honolulu, Molokai,
and L.mai ... ...
Balance due on expenses
of Legislature of 1SSG and
DEPARTMENT 01" FINANCE.
Subsidv to Ocean Steamship
Rep. Dowsctt moved to refer this
itdin to a Select Committee as the
seiviceisnow very unsatisfactory,
and sonic other nirangcinent may be
made with the company for a dilfcr
Noble Baldwin said lie thought
that the subsidy was a vciy reason
able one. It is only two thirds of
what it formerly was. He thought
that the working of the steamship
line could be explained by someone
in the House.
Minister Thurston stated that the
jtem before was for the Oceanic
Steamship Co., but now it is left
blank so that the Government can
make a contract with any company
for the service, and not as before,
be obliged to pay the money to the
Oceanic Steamship Company only.
Rep. Dowsctt then withdrew his
motion and moved that the item pass
as in the hill.
Rep. C. Brown thought that it
should be stipulated with whatever
company an agreement was made,
that there should be no increase of
freight ehaiges from the present
rates. The item passed as in the
Compiomifo of Judgment
Madias claims $22,000
Rep. C. Brown here moved to in
sert S5.00 for Iokea to leimburse
bun for taxes paid twice.
Minister Thurston moved to take
up the icport of the committee on
double taxation, and insert an item
"that will cover all these claims. The
report was taken up and the amount
ot S7(5. SO was asked to be insetted
in tho Appropriation Bill, further
action was deferred until some
Noble Baldwin moved to insert
SI Dl in the bill to pay tho claim of
E. C. Fishbourn.
Noble Wnlerhoiiso moved to in
definitely postpone tilts item. Cnf
Compiling, Printing and bind
ing school bis'toiy of the Ha
waiian Islands . . . $2,500
Noble Townscnd moved that $500
bo heie jnseited for compiling pi lut
ing, and binding a Hawaiian Geo
graphy. On motion the item was referred
to the Committee on Education.
Addition to Post Office.. . .$ 2,000
iNew Custom lloui-u olllco and
uloiehoiit'O. . . . ...
Government slot chouse and
fhops on the new mado
Now lot for Honolulu Fiic
Dcpattmcnt . . ....
New engine house for the Chi-
ni'co liio company.
For extension to Oaliu piiton.
" new Court House, Noitli
Koua . ...
For new Com I House, East
Kau . . . .
For new Comt llouso and
Post Office, N. Kohahi 3,000
Now Court House, Koolauloa. 1,300
1'or woik shop for water
woiks of Honolulu
Whaif at llookuim, and Keau
lion, Koua . .
Wluiif at ICailu.i .
Wh.uf for Hilo
Now whiuf at Kaunaloa
Whaif at Keanai
Wharves at Kaunakakai, Ka-
miilo and Pukoo . .. 3,750
Landing at Maalo, Kaupo . 700
New wharf for Intcr-Iland
Steam Navigation Co. . 8,300
For extension wharf at Wai-
men, Kauai 1,500
For repairs and extension of
wharf at Nawiliwill 1,200
Break water Waimca river
Kauai , 2,500
The committee then rose, reported
progress and asked leave to sit
Minister Grecu answered the
questions of Noblo Hitchcock re
lating to passports. 1st The pass
ports issued to female during the
past two years were 282. Tho pro
tests against issuing passports were
as follows in two years :
Defendants in suit at law 7
Desoi ting family 1
The House then adjourned
10 a. m. Tuesday.
11st Day July 17th.
The House opened nt 10 a. m.
President W. R. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
REPORTS OP COMMITTEES.
Noble Jaeger reported from the
Committee on Public Lands on sev
eral petitions referred to it, recom
mending that they be laid on the
table to be considered with the Ap
propriation Bill. Adopted.
Also from the same committee on
several other petitions from various
parts of the kingdom, in which they
state that they can only give a cur
sory report, as they were not able
to visit all these localities and judge
for themselves. Therefore they re
commend that all of them be laid on
the table to be considered with the
Appropriation Bill, also in regard
to the petition to abolish the Road
Boards on the island of Oahu, that
they think the system has not as
yet been thoroughly tested, and
therefore recommend that it be laid
on the tabic. Adopted.
Rep. F. Biown reported from the
Printing Committee that two bills
were printed and ready for distribu
tion. Noble Baldwin reported from the
Finance Cominittoc on the bill re
lating to the circulation of commer
cial paper as currency, recommend
ing that with a few amendments, I
the bill pass. The report was ac
cepted and ordered translated and
Noble Robinson reported from
the Committee on Commerce on the
petition fiom one Miller of New
York, for a rebate of duties on li
quor. The committee think that if
this Legislature allowed a rebate on
this liquor, it would be establishing
a ruinous precedent for this country,
but they think that the charges for
storeage are exorbitant and should
be changed. They therefore recom
mend that this petition be laid on
the table to be considered with the
bill to regulate storage charges in
the Custom House, noticed by the
honorable Frank Brown. Adopted.
Rep. C. Brown reported from the
Judiciary Committee on the petition
from J. W. Kawai, that SG0O be
paid him for land taken by the gov
ernment for water, in Makiki, stat
ing that as no claim has Jjecn made
on the Minister of tho Interior for
such land, they recommend that the
petition be laid on the table.
Also from the same committee on
the bill to amend the law relating to
commissioners of boundaries, re
commending that the bill pass.
Laid on the table to bo considered
with the billi.
Noble Townscnd reported from
the Committee on Education on the
petition for an English school nt
.Makena, Maui. Tliev find that
there is an English school there now,
and therefore recommend that the
petition be laid on the table.
Noble Widcmann under suspen
sion of the rules read a petition for
a refund of taxes paid twice. Re
fen cd to tho Judiciary Committee.
He also'reported from the Com
mitteo on Double Taxation on
several petition submitted to it,
tiiat a sum sufficient to refund these
amounts be put in life Appropria
tion Bill. 11 rcccommcnds that
the petitions from W. K. Howell and
Mr. Robertson bo laid on tho table.
Rep. C. Brown was in favor of
adopting the report with the excep
tion of the amount to Allen & Ro
binson. IIo contended that they
should have action against the
bankers, and not against the Gorern
nicnt. Ho bald the object of
the law although nol so expressed,
was that tho bankers should furnish
to thu tax assessors a list of depo
sitors with the amount to their
credit, so that tho assessors might
compare this list with tho returns
made by the Darties assessed. IIo
baid that this monoy was charged to
tho account of the depositors by tho
bankers and that they should go to
the bankers for redress. He there
fore moved to tuako this report on
these petitions the special order of
tho day to-day when it can bo
Noble Wideniann moved to amend
by leaving tho claims of Allen &
Robipsou and Mr. Goldberg, iiiilin
tho committee rcpoil on the pctitiol
of II. A, Widcmann as they all iu-
voire the same principle. Carried.
RESOLUTIONS AND BILLS.
Noble Smith gave notice of two
bills, tho first rolating to seduction
nnd the other to grant permission to
the trustees of the Lunalilo estate
to transfer certain properly.
Noble Foster said that the com
mittee to whom was referred the
Anti-Asiatic petition, found many
difficulties in the way 'of investigat
ing this matter, and therefore intro
duce a resolution, to the effect that
the Supreme Court be requested to
give their opinion as regards the
constitutionality of cetlain rcstiic
tivo measures now before the Legis
lature. (To be continued).
Xotlcei under this head aie chnrged 10 ccnM
per line for the Jlr it insertion, and il cent) per line
every additional insertion.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
BHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
HAWAI I AN Fruit & Taro Co. Gen.
tlcmeii: I linvp made a chemical
examination of tho snmplc of Taro Flour
which you have submitted to mc and
11 nil that bainc is entirely free from any
Injurious substance whatever. Yours
very truly, Geo. W. Btnitli, Analyst.
Honolulu, June 1, 1898. 71 lm
IjMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
X' forma Port, Madeira -ami Malaga,
for salo in kegs nnd caics hy
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
IF YOU really want our money's
worth of the finest Ilome-Madc
French and Plain Candies, tho most
Delicious Ico Oic.im, or Fancy and
'Plain Cuko, call at the l'loncer Steam
Candy Factory, 11 ikerv and I"c Cicam
Parlors, ustablKlud 180J. Hotel, oppo
site Ddthel street. F. Houn, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orna
meuter. P. S. The only place where
tho Genuine lllittcr Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 10 if
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
I sdvertise it in the Daily Hullktin.
iHE DAILY BULLETIN-The
X most popular paper published.
""HE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
THE OLDEST DAILY In the
JL Kingdom The Daily Bulletin."
B0 cents pur month.
The 10th Annual
INVENTORY SALE !
Prior to taking stock we will
50 els mil Dollar!
Remember this is a
And look out for llaigainn.
Chas. J. Fishel,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort & Hots)
FOR 30 DAYS
HPHE ONLY PAPER read hy all V W ' Sffl -S1,"Ji
X olasb-a'-Tho Daily llullutin." CO . , , , . . ,, . , , , , r, JH
cents per month. m,i lOH'oi-L Steeel, Ilunoliilu, iVf-S
63 & 65 FORT STREET. 'JH
Ladies, Fiease Take Notice ! M
I WILL SELL FOR
In Balbrigan, Motions and India Gauze at a
Received by last steamer a Fine and Elegant Lino of
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing
Wbii b 1 oiler at
BED ROOK PRICES
Received diiect from New "York and Philadelphia a Fine Line of
Gent's, Ladies' & Children's Shoes !
GREAT BARGAINS IN
LADBES' BLACK SBLK HOSE !
Opposite Irwin & Co.
l U I
To close out a consignment of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES !
Black Rhadames reduced from
Black Grosgrain reduced from $1 75 to 81 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from S3 00 to $2 00.
AND SEE OUR
r ill ifpss) feteaB l
Proven to bo the best in
Magnificent and just the style.
ANTIQUE OAK DSNENG ROOM SETS
The handsomest ever imported for the trade.
MCMIM SEVERAL BWFUL STYLES!
1 Latest Styles of Picture Mfc ! I
streets. . H
32 50 to $1
the world for this climate.
Bedroom Suits ! .'