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AnoADi: niul examino the Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits at re
JQ-Straw Hats la great variety,
Embroidery Chenille, Arraseno, Rib
bosene, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades ut the
The AroadeEGAN & CO.
CSTGents Fine Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to the Leaders of
Cheap Prices, the AitcAUi:.
Leader of Low Prices.
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1888.
Stinr Kanlii from Wahilua uml Wal-
Stinr (1 11 IJialiiip from a circuit iirouml
Stinr J A Cumuihw from ivoolau
Sehr Kawiillrtiil for Kookiu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr Kuala for Wahinuo ami Waiahiaat
0 u in
For Kauai, pc.i stinr Mikahnla,
S Irnrtwell, .Mis Josc
Col Z S Spalding, wife ami family,
Misses Eggra (2;, A K Hceht and son,
MlsslC H llceht. Mls Gran. O Koelllng
and wife, MI- K Low!, W II Xeiil,
Misses S ami V Michlon, Mr Melirtcns,
Mrs Deverlll anil 40 others.
For Sun Fninejseo, per bktne Ferris
S Thompson, July 18 G Kobcrtson,
Alex Itobcrtson and Willie Love.
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kaala 800 bags paddy, 4 pigs, 2 sheep,
1 cow, and 2:) deck passengers.
The sailing of 1 he bark F S Tliomp
som was deferred until 10 o'clock tliis
morning. She took 2.7H0 bags sugar,
and -1,804 bags rice. Value $li'J,fi78.
At Honolulu, July 18, 1888, Nancy L.,
wife of oiiatlian Austin, aged 59 years,
7 month anp 23 days.
Funeral will take place at the family
residence on Xuuaiiu Avenue, to-morrow,
July l'.hh, at -1 p. m.
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LOCAL & GEJOAL NEWS.
Mit. Morgan has a lino impoitcd
bull which he will sell on Fiiday at
The icgular monthly meeting of
tho Y. M. O. A. will be held to-morrow
Tin: arrcbls this morning were two
drunks and u Chinaman with opium
Who. wants to i diit Gieenlield for
a few months? That is the place for
eggs and milk.
Tun manager of the Hawaiian
Fiilit and Turo Company lias a
notice in another column.
The regular monthly meeting of
the V C. T. U. will be held at the
Y. M. C. A. to-morrow afternoon, at
1 IIox.W. C. Faiko has been appoint
ed assignee of tho estate of A. K. Palc
kalubi, a bankrupt, and notifies
debtors to pay up immediately.
I G '.
The mortgagee's sale by Mr. L. J.
Levey, previously announced for to
day, has been postponed till Wednes
day, July 25, at 12 o'clock noon.
Governor Dominis and Mr: It. "W.
'Laine, Mexican Consul, visited tho
U. S. S. Omaha this morning, receiv
ing the customary salutes on leaving
Hon. W. C. Parke would be obliged
if the person or persons who borrowed
from his oilice volumes 2 and !1 Ha
waiian Reports, would return them
Tickets for the organ recital at
Kauinakapili church Saturday even
ing next aio on sale at A. L. Smith's
store, Fort stu-et. A lino programme
is being ai ranged for the occasion.
The thrce-masled bdiooner Kaimi
loa is receiving a new sot of tubes in
her boiler and is otherwise being re
paired. Sho will be ready for inter
island cervicc in about two months.
--A white girl of about 15 years
went to tho Station llouso on horse
back, this nooivand said that some
body had stolen all her clothes. She
thought her htep-father had taken
the clothes and i-old them. Olliccr
Larson took tho caso in hand.
The Iiiter-lbland Steam Naviga
tion Co. has bought lbo steamer Sur
prise. Tho Surpiibe was hauled up
on the Marino Railway this morning,
(o be cleaned. Sho will take tho
steamer Iwalani'H ionic while that
vessel is lcceiving her now boiler.
The Hailing of tho baik 1 S.
Thompson for San Francisco was dc
feired until 10 o'clock this morning.
Quito a number of poisons weio on
tho whaif to bid aloha to tho outgo
ing passengers. Tho sailors in bet
ting sail mug merrily. Tho vessel
was in lino trim and she glided out
to sea handsomely.
"Why don't you collect tho taglcss
dogs in tho suburbs of tho town,"
asked a seiibo of a Police Olliccr this
noon. "Wo," the olliccr roplied,
"havo borrowed a hoibo and a wagon ;
have stolen lopes to mako huiats;
havo built a dog cage for tho wagon,
and havoa professional lariator. And
now all that is wanting is a set of
harness, and wheio it is coining fioni
I don't know."
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
11Y I,. J. I.EVEY.
Regular cash sale, at salesroom,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
TF YOU LOSE, ANYTHING,
JL advertise it iu tho Daily Bullktih.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. C Honolulu Kiilcs at
Meeting of Oahu Lodge Iv. of V
in its hall, Eort street, at 7:30
Meeting of Mystic Lodge K. of
I', in Harmony hall, King street, at
Prayer meeting in the vestry of
the Central Union Church, at 7:80
Hcligious services in St. Andrew's
Cathedral, at 7 o'clock.
Practice meeting of the Hawaiian
Social Club, at llaysclden hall.
Meeting of tho Young Men's
Mutual Protection Society, II. E.
Mel. President, as 7 :30 o'clock.
DEATH OF MRS. AUSTIN.
Mrs. Austin, wife of the Minister
of Foreign Affairs, died this morn
ing at 5 :30 o'clock, at her residence,
Nuuanu Avenue, after a short ill
ness. The remains will be interred
from the family residence, to-morrow
afternoon, at -I o'clock. The
Hag of the British Consulate was at
half-mast to-day out of respect
the memory of the deceased lady
A TREAT FOR MUSICIANS.
Mr. Levey's advertisement, in to
day's issue, announces to our mu
sical public, an extraordinary and
exceptional chance for buying, at
very reduced prices, a lot of fine
new music, some of wtpch is quite
rare. This music embraces princi
pally piano pieces, piano and violin,
organ, a largo quantity of valuable
vocal music and a few guitar
The catalogue, which gives fuller
details, shows, in the piano division,
9 operas, full scores, different bound
collections and several good books
of instruction or exercise, together
with nearly 200 pieces of excellent
sheet music, suitable for teaching,
and varying in grade from begin
ner's to the advanced player.
Among these are noticeable a col
lection of Krug's delightful operatic
arrangements lor small hands, and
some of AValdleufcl's best waltzes
and of Lango's brilliant fantasias,
all of which will be sold at the
very modest price of 15 cents
The violin and piano department
shows some excellent collections,
both for beginners and advanced
plaj'crs and also a special feature
ot trios tor two violins and piano,
which will delight beginners.
The voice division embraces 10 of
the most valuable books of instruc
tion by renowned authors, 5 good
collections of favorite songs and not
less than 21 full scores of the best
modern operas, with English or
Italian words, somo of which arc
especially suited for parlor enter
tainments, with a limited number of
singers. The same can be said of
13 beautiful cantatas and of "differ
ent part song books or vocal quar
ters, the last of which are especi
ally suited for school practice.
The whole can be seen at Mr.
Levey's auction rooms and there
bought for the prices marked on the
catalogue, but will be sold at auc
tion, if not previously disposed of.
Amateurs arc accordingly invited
to an early visit if they do not
wish to find the best gems of the
In her interesting and valuable
lecture of yesterday evening Mrs.
Florence Williams did not confine
herself to an exercise in history.
Her best points were made in estab
lishing a comparison,- veiled some
what though it was, between the
gicat Republic of Venice and this
little Island Kingdom.
It must have been gratifying to
the lecturer to notice amongst her
largely increased and appreciative
audience the faces of some of the
most inlluential members of our
community who will doubtless think
out further the suggestive ideas
which Mrs. Williams gavo us.
Even the most sanguine believer
in the Islands would not venture to
predict a future for them like that
of the Queen City of the Adriatic,
but it was very striking to anyone to
follow tho lecturer's demonstration
of the problem of Venetian great
ness and to follow out the analogies
which so naturally followed.
It wa? surpressing to learn that
for a thousand years of unrivalled
prosperity the population of that
city scarcely exceeded that of these
Islands, that her "back country"
was absolutely nil, but that by a
spirit of enterprise, courage and
occasionally great sclf-sacrilicc iu
her sons, combined with tho advan
tages of a central maritime position,
the republic rose to be what sho
Wo too havo a magnificent maii
timo position, we havo back coun
try of splendidly productive power,
a liberal constitution is our most
recent boast, but wo have as yet no
patriotism and but little public
Wo could hardly look for tho
growth of patriotic feeling apart
from confidence in our Government
or respect for tho Sovereign.
When people smarted under a
sense of discredit and want of con
fidence abroad it could not bo ex
pected that much public, spii it would
be shown by them, but now that
things aro changed wo may hope
that evidence will bo given by our
moneyed men that they have con
fidence in the work of their hands
and that they have tho determina
tion to do their best to develop tho
islands and make them well-known,
and wcll-rcspcctcd in both the Hemispheres.
The following dialogue was over
hoard the other day:
A. How is it, that you, as a
public spirited man, highly interest
ed in the future of our islands, have
not signed tho petition to subsidize
the "Paradise of the Pacific?"
H. Well, because I do not be
lieve in inducing strangers to visit
our islands, when there is so little
to show them.
A. Why, there is the Volcano.
11. Very true, on Hawaii, but I
want round Honolulu.
A. What you talk about, c
have the finest sceneries round
U. Yes, we have the Hawaiian
Hotel, Waikiki beach, and Thomas
A. And tho grandest mountain
scenery from Kotindlop to Tantalus.
13. Yes, but no road to it. Short
and sweet; wo have a "Paradise of
the Pacific," but no road to it. I
will not invite strangers until we
have roads, which make our beauti
ful sceneries accessible, and afford
pleasure to travellers. A good road
to the Punchbowl, Makiki Water
falls, Tantalus, etc.
So far A and 15, and now comes C.
Since the above conversation took
place Hon. W. H. Castle has ex
pressed himself as follows:
"This manner of advertising the
country is like the successful adver
tisingof MotherSicgcl's Syrup, etc."
Now is this not advertising swin
dle? I am informed that such
syrup contains an opiate which
quietens the children by stupifying
them. Please ask our doctors
whether this is true. If so I call it a
criminal swindle. Then the sug
gestion of advertising a country
without roads is as good as praising
the advertising of a deceptive drug.
Don't bring the people hero and
then disappoint them. First have
roads built to the top of . Punch
bowl, to the Tantalus (Uhia), to
the Makiki falls, to the mountain
lakes, etc., and then advertise and
nobody will be disappointed.
SUPREME COURTJULY TERM.
BErOIlE l'HESTON, .1.
Wednesday, "July 17.
The Court opened at 10 a. jr.
Foreign jurors in attendance, and
at 11J55 a. m. took recess until 1 p.
The King vs. All Fook, forgery.
Defendant is arraigned on an in
dictment and pleads not guilty.
Being tried before a foreign jury.
Deputy Attorney-General A. P.
Peterson and Henry N. Castle for
the Crown ; V. V. Ashford for the
11st Day July 17th.
11ESOI.UTIONS AND 11II.I.3.
Noble Smith gave notice of two
bills, the first relating to seduction
and the other to grant permission to
the trustees of the Lunalilo estate
tp transfer certain property.
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 certain rcstiic
tivc measures now before the Legis
lature. Rep. Kauhi thought that this was
getting out an umbrella before the
shower. lie believed in passing tho
laws, and then if they conllicted
with tho constitution the Supreme
Couit could annul them.
Rep. C, Ihown said that the con
stitution provides that the Legisla
ture can ask the opinion of the Su
premo Court on all important ques
tions of law and they shall be ob
liged to answer. Now who is going
to decide whether this is an import
ant question of law. Tho lesolu
tiou should state that iu the opinion
this House this is an important
question of law and then de
mand an opinion.
Rep. Kauhi said that this com
mittee had tried to crack this nut,
and found it too hard. ThcyBhould
then have so reported to tho House,
and the House could then, if they
thought fair, ask tho opinion of the
Supreme Court. Tho resolution was
Noble Smith offered a resolution
that tho Minister of Finance present
to this House a written statement of
the amount of taxes collected for
tho year 1687, and tho amount paid
tax assessors and collectors for tho
same period. Adopted.
Noble Waterhouso moved to re
consider tho vote of yesterday on
the item of S 191 for E. C. Fish
bourne. Carried, and tho item was
again rofened to the committee.
Rep. Rico gave notico of n bill
compelling native Hawalians attend"
ing English schools, to bo taught to
read in Hawaiian.
Recess until 1 p. in.
The House rc-assemblcd at 1 :30
p. ni. and resumed tho order of busi
ness dropped nt recess, viz:
11ESOI.UTION3 AND DILLS.
Rep. Paehaole read a first time a
bill to regulate the practice of law
in tho district Courts. Referred to
srr.ciAi. oitunit op the day.
The consideration of the answer
of the Minister of Finance to the
questions of the Hon. Noble Wide
nianu. Rep. C. Brown moved to defer tho
discussion of this matter until after
the report from the Judiciary Com
mittee on similar subjects referred
to them this morning.
Minister of 'Financo staled that
the law was explicit on this matter,
lie quoted tho law.
Noble Smith said that as a mem
ber of the Judiciary Committee, he
should prefer that the Ministers
would make a statement of what
they consider tho law in this mat
ter, before the committee, prior to
its being made to the House.
Noble Widemann said that he
had something to say in regard to
this answer. But the motion to
defer action was carried.
OltDEIl OF THE DAT.
Second reading of bill relating to
pounds and estrays.
On motion the bill was considered
section by section.
The first 11 section passed with
amendments. Section 12 relating
to hogs was under consideration
when the House adjourned until 10
a. in. Wednesday.
I 2nd Day July 18.
The House opened at 10 a. m.
President W. R. Castle iu the Chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
lIECOItT OF COMMITTEES.
Noble Smith read a first time a
bill to authorise the Minister of In
terior to convey a certain piece of
land to the trutcos of the Lunalilo
estate. Referred to Printing Com
mittee. Rep. Paehaole read a first time a
bill to provide a permanent settle
ment for D. Nakalcka, of S200 per
annum. On motion of Noble
Wctcrhouso the bill was rejected.
Noble Foster offered a resolution
to the effect that no notice of bills
be allowed after August 1st, 1888,
except those that shall emanate
from the Ministry. Carried.
ORUEll OF THE DAY.
Tho House went into committee
of the whole, Rep. Kalaukoa in the
Chair, for further consideration of
the Appropriation Rill.
The first thing considered was the
item of $191 for E. C. Fishbourn.
Noble Waterhouse moved to have
the report of the Financo Committee
on this item read again. Passed.
Tho report was then read
Noble Waterhouse asked the Mi
nistry if they think this a just
claim. This man brought in a re
port that was adverse to the admin
istration then in power, consequent
ly it lias been destroyed. The man
has done the work and should be
Minister Green said that as far
as ho could find out it was a just
claim. There is no 'doubt but that
the work was done, and the claim
should be paid. The report render
ed by Mr. Fishbourn cannot be
found, but it was made. Mr. Green
said that he had advised Mr. Fish
bourn to present his claim iu this
way, and then it could be acted
Rep. C. Brown said he wanted to
impress upon the House the fact
that a similar claim from John F.
Bowler for work done under the
old administration, was hrforc them,
and if they allow one, they should
allow another. He therefore moved
that when the Committee rise
they report action on this item
deferred until tho report of the Ju
diciary Committee is hail upon the
Minister Green said he could not
concede tho position taken by the
honorablo Representative Brown,
that if one claim is paid, all must be.
Each claim must stand on its own
Noble Castle said that there had
'been a claim before this House from
Z. K. Meyers for work done while
clerk of tho Water Works, and it
was rejected. lie should support
the motion to defer action on this
item until the report from this Com
mittee on several claims shall have
been presented to the House.
Noble Dole moved to indefinitely
postpone action. Lost.
Rep. Brown's motion carried.
The following items were then
Laupahochoe water works.. $ 1,000
Hilo water works l.'),000
Rep. Kinney moved to insert
$.1,000 for the survey of Hainakua
Noble Baldwin said that $3,000
as roported by the Committee was
nn ample sum for the work that is
to bo done. If surveyors arc going
there to suck Government pap, then
65,000 will bo hardly sufllcicut.
B"At the Aucadij you con buy
Whlto and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish yon. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
Noble Wight said ho was in favor
of making the item So,000 and ex
tend tho investigation to Kohala
and see if water could he taken there
also. The appropriating of 85,000
does not necessarily involve tho ex
penditure of said amount. He said
that he should strongly urge a thor
ough investigation of tills water
supply and the feasibility of carry
ing the water both ways.
(To bo continued).
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do General Housework,
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GOOD Instrument will be leased
for a very chean rental, to a res
ponsible party. Apply to
UUw OIIAS. T. GULICIC.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN McLANB has removed his
UlackbniiUiiug Establishment, to
Kort street, opposite Hopper's Mill,
wlieiu ho will bo glad to see his old
friends mid new ones. 78 lm
Baggage Evpress & Car.
riaue Co. Telephones.
No. 1C9. Stand: corner of
Kine streets. All orders
promptly attended to.
H. G. CRABBE,
DEALER InISy and GRAIN,
8t King Street, opposite the Old Station
lULiitiuil rJCeleilione No.
Dre. BRODIE & WOOD,
SI IScrotuiiIn. festroot .
-ofi'icu nouns :-
8 to !) a.
:i to 5:30
!) to 11 A. M..
1 to !1 r. m.,
7 to 8 i'. it.
The 10th Annual
Lcadmg Millinery House
Prior to taking stock wo will
50 ctSDile Dollar!
IJemember thin is a
And look out for Bargains.
Chas. J. Fishel,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
FOR 30 DAYS
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
TWO WEEKS OMLY
In Balbrigan, Merinos and India Gauze at a
&I5.E5.rJ? JF2.EJI UCTION
Received by last steamer a Fine and Llegant Line of
Boys' and Ohildrens,' Clothing
Which I oiler at
Bed Hock Prices
Received direct from New York and Philadelphia a Fine Line of
Gent's, Ladies' & Children's Shoes!
GREAT BARGAINS IN
LAB6ES' BLACK SBLK HOSE !
To closo out a
Black Rliadames reduced from 82 50 to $1 75.
Black Grongraiii reduced from $1 75 to SI 25.
Black Spanish. Flouncing reduced from S3 00 to $2 00.
Other M Sis id Laces-Mmd in Pnortion.
AgO SEE OUR
Proven to be the best in
ANTIQUE OAK DINING ROOM SETS !
The handsomest ever imported for the trade.
EASY CHAIRS IN SEVERAL BEAUTIFUL STYLES !
Latest Styles of
plcaffl &Sffi &m) H&E
lOi lTori, .Slrcet, Honolulu.
Take Notice !
Invin & Co.
the world for this climate.
Bedroom Suits !
and just the style.
Picture lonlflinp !
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