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JBSfAfc tho ArtOADB you otvn buy
TThlto una Colored Lnocs st prices
that will astonUh you. These Goods
havo never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
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nishing Goods, Hats, Shoos, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to the Leaders of
Cheap Prices, the Aiicadi:.
Leader of Low Prices
Do not fall to call at the
Aiioade and examine the Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits at re
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THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1888.
fUmr Iwalani for Lahidna and Jlnma-
Slmr Jas Makcc from Kapaa
Sehr Cattcilna liom Hamdel
Stmr Kuala for Watuluaand Waianao at
0 a in
Stmr Jas Makcc for Kapaa at ii p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Btmr C K Jllslmp for a clicult of Oaliu
at 0 am
Fiom HamaUua. per tmr Iwalani,
July 10 K Gotoo, Ah Chuck and 23
CARGOES FHPM ISLAND PORTS.
Makcc 1.552 bugs sugar and 1 horse
Iwalani 1270 bags sugar, 527 lion
lails and 100 yiccn hides.
On July 18, hy tho Row II. II. Pinker,
at the residence of J. A. Mctlitcn, Mls
Veia A. Wlddltlcld and Gorman K.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A nick cottage on lililia street is
advertised to let.
Rough weather is the report from
Kapaa by the Makcc this moining.
Miss Fiefrcott'b litoi.ny and litu
pical eiiteilainnicnt at the Y. M. C.
A. hall this evening.
STitrxr cleancia wcto nt totk on
Foitsttcet, between Merchant and
Queen sttccts, Ibis noon.
Tun schooner W.tioli has been
named La vinia after Mrs. Kapn, and
will ply between Ewa and Honolulu.
Feksoxs debiting clotlting topair
ed, allot cd oi cleaned should go to
T. II. Vrcsscl, cornet of King and
The Custom House closed at noon
to-day, and flags were at half-mast,
out of respect to the menioty of the
late' Mrs. Austin.
Tin: regular qu.irteily meeting of
the Pacific Hardware Co. will bo held
as their office on Thuisclay, July 20,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
The King, Hon. J. A. Cummins
and several naval officeis-lcft for
Waimanalo by the steamer J. A.
Cummins this mottling.
The dues front tho niembois of the
Honolulu Debating Club to July 31,
will be payable to-night. Mcmbeis
aro tequested to take notico.
. IS -.
The regular, monthly meeting of
the 'W. C. T. U. which was to have been
held this afternoon is postponed un
til 2:30 p. m. to-monow afternoon.
The Debating Club will discuss to
night Free Tiado and Ptotection. It
is expected that, in view of tho intetest
which oveiy ono feels in this bubject,
the hall will bo crowded with mem
bers. Mr. W. I. Rishop will give another
bcaucc at tho Opera House, on Tues
day oveiiintf, July 24, thopiocoeds to
go to the Kalawao Leper .Settlement.
13ox plan will hi open at the office of
J. E. Riown & Co. 'a on Monday
next, at '.) a. in.
EVESJTS THIS EVEKIKC.
A business meeting of Co. A IIo
nolvlu Rifles, will be held in the
Armory, at 7:30 o'clock.
Literal y and musical entertain
ment, at the Y. M. C. A. Hall by
Miss Prcscott, assisted by other
local talent, at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of the Honolulu Debat
ing Club, in the hall of Oahu Lodge
K. of P., at 7:30 o'clock.
Rand Concert at Emma Square,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Monthly business meeting of the
Y. M. C. A., in llio parlors of tho
Association, at 7:30 o'clock.
A number of oil paintings, water
colors, crayons, and pen and ink
sketches, by pupils of St. Louis
College, are on exhibition at King
An oil painting of a mill on the
banks of a mountain stieam, by W.
F. Kaao, will not stnnd the sharp
pen of a critic, though it speaks
very favorably for his progress. In
other works by Kaao his talent is
The Lord's Piayer, a winter
sconce, a basket of fruits tumbled
over, a lake view, a group of pack
animals, by this youthful artist in
pen and ink, water colors and cray
ons, aie to bo pioud of.
Master Jesse Makainai shows
careful btudy and gifted talent in
his several sketches of a camel
among- Egyptian ruins and a wo
man's and a man's head, tho latter
in deep study.
"Vy. Hoaplli's sketch of a tangled
clump of loots, Ren Peter's castlo
ruins, D. Hoapili's dog and cat,
E. Kekehena's liver feceno, and
Richard C. Lane's mountain view
are also woitliy of attention and
CGrStraw Hats in great variety,
Embroidery Chenille, Arrasenc, Rlb
boseno, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades at the
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nr J. F. MOROAX.
At his salesrooms at 10 a. m., his
regular cash sales, and at 12 noon,
1 flue impoi led bull, 1 covered top
brak;e, 1 two-wheel brakes.
The organ recital at Kaumaka
plll Church on Saturday evening
will be well worth healing. Resides
several numbers on the organ theio
wilt be vocal solos and trios, and
anthems by the Katimakapili choir.
Rack's Ave Maria for organ, piano,
violin and violincello, and an an
dante from one of Mendelssohn's
symphonies for violin, piano and or
gan will also bo rendered. The ad
mission will be 00 cents, chlldicn
THE BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert this evening at
Kmma Square commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is the pro
Match Rear Admiral Mlllocker
Oveiture liellsaiio Donizetti
Finale lUcn.l Waguci
to eetion Lucia di Lanuuct moou'
Hone ae nel; Hole Walmca; Ahca Oo.
Reminiscences of all nations. ..Godfrey
Walt. Lcluat Sounds Labli.kv
Polka Two Postilions Wieland
BY THE IWALANI.
The steamer Iwalani, which ar
rived this morning from Hamakua,
after an absence of 10 days, makes
the following leport:
The wind had shifted to the north
when the steamer left and was blow
Light showers fell along Hatna
kuaa coast during the" past several
Two Japanese prisoners, who aie
to appear before the Supreme Court
during tho Waimca term, to lie tried
for furious riding, came by the Iwa
lani, handcuffed and in chaigc of an
ollicer, to be detained here until
time of tiial.
Twenty-six tins of opium, confis
cated from a Chinese smuggler, who
was fined S100 for possessing tltc
the drug, also canto by tho Iwa
lani. The Iwalani hauled alongside the
batk Godftey and dischaiged into
SUPREME COURT JULY TERM.
BEKOISE l'KUSTOK, J.
Thursday, July .19.
The Court opened at 10 a. m.
Foreign juiors in attendance, and
at 12.07 a.m. took recess until 1 .15
The King vs. Kodirea and Tomis
Defendant's appeal from Police
Court, Honolulu. Roing tiled be
fore a foreign jury.
K. Katsura is sworn as Japanese
interpreter in this matter.
Prosecution having announced
they rested. At 12.07 a recess is
taken until 1.15 p. in.
Attorney-General C. "W. Ash ford
for the Ciown; J. L. Kaulukou fo'r
A LIBERAL MOOD.
Tho solons of tho country wore in
a good humor yesterday, and hiviih
and extravagant appiopiintions were
made. The fust item outside of the
bill prepared by the Ministry was
proposed by Rep. Kinney, $5,000
for a sin vey of a water ditch, etc.,
for the district of Hamakua. This
item after a long debate passed, but
it was the signal for everyone who
had a pet scheme or wished to con
ciliate their constituents, to propose
inseition for vaiious amounts from
$.300 to 810,000, and for all sorts of
objects, from building a S250
biidge to establishing extensive
water works. This generous freak
for appiopriating the people's mo
ney will cost the country about
810,000 more than the Ministry
leckoncd on when tho bill was pre
paicd, provided all these items pass
When that time comes the As-
bemmy may not ieei in as nnerai a
mood, and then a cutting and slash
ing of many of these items will take
place. A lelrenchment has got to
lie made somewheic, or thu country
will bo saddled witli an nppiopria
tion bill that wilt be out of all pro
poition to the revenue.
The action of the members yes
terday was liko that of two persons
sleeping together. Ono says to the
other, you scratch my back, and I
will scratch yours j or, in other
words, if jou support 1113' motion
for tho insertion of fcSJj.'iOO for
budges in mydistiict, 1 will sup-
po.t your motion for 510,000 for
water wmko in yours. Now this
may bo nice for the law makeis, but
how about the people whom they te
prcsent? Js itpiobablethat they wish
to have their money spent i'11 this
lavish manner, and that, too, which
lias to be borrowed at no less than 0
per cent interest with oilier charges?
Theie are many neccssaiy things
which havo to bo done, aud somo
others that may at hist gl.inco be
considcicd luxuries, which a care
ful investigation proves to bo advan
tageous to tho country at large,
while directly, only benefitting a
few. These the Ministry have care
fully considered, and havo placed
such amounts in the Appropriation
Rill as they think will bo needed
for such work, being governed by
the estimated receipts of tho Gov
ernment fiom all sources. Rut if
these extravagances aie continued,
it is evident that some department
of tho Government must suffer, as
it will be utterly impossible for the
Government to inise the money with
which to carry on such projects,
and pay its running expenses, to
gether with the cost of proposed
measures that cannot be put off or
Some of the items passed woic
for quite as fiivolous puiposes as
the one proposed 1V tin honoiable
Noble Hitchcock from Hilo, and
that was that the sum of 83,250 bu
inserted in the bill to build snow
sheds over the load atKiholo, Kona,
where the load goes through a cut
in the mountain, and where the
thermometer was never below Go
degrees Fnrcnic.il, and no snow
nearer than live miles fiom the
place, on top of the mountain. This
item was only proposed by the
honorable gentleman, with the view
of bunging before the House the
ridiculousness of certain measmes
proposed and canicd; but ridicule
and sarcasm fell Hat on that august
bod', and the appropriations went
The hour for adjournment brought
this by play to a close, and it is to
be hoped that the same feeling
will not pervade the members when
the bill, in its regular couisc, comes
up again for consideration. X.
12nd Day July 13.
MOItMXG Sl-SsIOX. CON riNUEI).
Noble Smith moved to amend by
using the words "for a survey and
investigation of a water supply for
Hamakua, S3,000." lie said he
did not like the word "ctcelta." It
might imply a great deal. lie
amended his pmendment by insert
ing the word "Kohala." He said
the member for Hamakua is about
to get up. If lie wishes to confine
tins survey to TIaniakua, he is like
that animal wc wcie discussing when
the House adjoin nod yesteiday.
Rep. Kinney spoko in favor of
spending tho 11101103 for Hamakua
Noble Young said that tltc Hama
kua people had made a business
proposition to this House. Although
lie was in favor of bunging water to
all dry places, ho should favor the
expenditure of this 11101103- in Ha
makua only, and if the Go eminent
have sufficient money then another
appiopriation maj' be made for Ko
hala. Noble Hitchcock said the amount
aked, 3,000, was not sufficient for
botli these suiveys. It could not
be done. As there is at least C or
7 miles of bush to level tlnough bc
foic 0110 can get anywhere near the
water in Kohala. Therefore he
should suppoit the motion ot Rep.
Noble Wight said that something
had been said about the people of Ila
uiakua paying for the water, and no
proposition had been made 113' the
people of Kohala. He f-aid that he
wa- to blame for that, for after the
lastMSsion, he had stated in Kohala
that the Government would piob
abl3' make a suivey of this watei
supply. He had no doubt hut that
Ihu Kohala people would gladly pay
0 per cent to the Government or as
much as the people of llanuikua.
Rop. Paehaole moved to make the
item $-i,300. Lost.
Rep. Kinney's motion was carried.
The committee lose and asked
leave to sit again at 1 p. 111.
The House rc-assembled at 1:15
p.m., and went into committee of the
whole, Rep. Kalaukoa in the chair,
to resume consideration of the Ap
Rep. Rice moved to ihseit 83,000
for Water Woiks, Koloa, Kauai,
and that it be iclerred to a select
Noble Richaidaon moved to insert
810,000 for Wailuku Water Woiks.
This item wnb also iclerred to tho
same select committee.
Noble Wight moved to insert S3,
000 for a survey of thu headwaters
of Kohala, aud to ascertain the feas
ibility of bringing the water into Ko
hala distiict. Canicd.
Tho following items woiu passed:
Pot btoiago lesoivoiis, and
water ptivibges in Nuiiiiuu
Water Woiks, Makikiki . . . 5,000
1IOADS A.NII llllIDfiEH,
Road fiom Hilo to Volcano. !?30,000
Noble Raldwin moved to insert
S.15,000 for a road between Wai
luku aud Lahaiua. IIu said that
this was no new item. It had been
icpeatediy before the Legislature,
but nothing had come of it. It was
a notorious fact that the average
life of people living in Laliaina and
Wailuku was at least 5 years lebs
than that of any other district, on
account of having to cioss this mis
eiablo road. As tho House was in
a good humor for passing road items
lie had no doubt this item would
Minister Tliuintou said that ho
should suppott that motion, as ho
bcliovcd that all the mone3' availa
ble should be spent on tho roads.
And tho sum of 848,000 for the
Pali load, lie thought could bo more
piofllnbly spent on the country
roads. Ho should move to strike
out thit item when they canto to it.
Noble Ralwln's motion was carried.
Noblu Makcc moved to insert So,
000 for the extension of Queen
street, as recommended b3 tho Com"
mitlce of Public Lands.
Noble Townscnd baid he should
like to sec these items consolidated,
lie did not know whether Honolulu
was getting its share of the money
or not, but as ho reckoned it, 8260,
000 were on the Appropriation Rill,
for thu island of Oahu and Hawaii,
seven-eights as large as Oahu, only
855,000. JIo would like to sec
these amounts all together, and then
a comparison could be drawn. The
motion of Noble Makcc was carried.
Rep. McGuirc moved to insert
S300 for a bridge over Keawcwai
stream in Kohala. Carned.
lie also moved to insert S1200 for
road lepairs between Kohala and
Waimca, Hawaii. Carried.
Rep. Kaniaiioha moved to insert
8000 for a load from Smith's bridge
The item of SS000 for a road to
the top of Punchbowl was discussed
at lcnjjrth. Noble Smith moved to
refer it back to the Finance Com
mittee. Noble Raldwin was in favor of
making it a toll load, but thought
the item should bo referred to a
Select Committee, and then tho Min
ister of the Interior could cart them
up theio 011 a picnic, and get on the
right side of them, lie should move
that the road should not be built
until alter the road from Wailuku
Minister Thurston said to show
the House that he was in dead earn
est in this matter, ho was in favor
of referring this to a Committee,
and further, he would furnish every
member of this House with a horse,
and would accompany them to the
top of the hill on next Saturday af
teinooon, so that thoy could see for
themselves the beauty of tho scene
as witnessed from that place. Re
ferred to a Committee.
Noble Wight moved to insert 83,
000 for a road fiom Houokane to
Waipio, Hawaii. Cairied.
Rep. McGuiro moved
8800 for a bridge over
Noble Hitchcock baid he could
begin to sec a "nigger on the wood
pile" in piling up ail these appro
priations for bridges and roads.
He thobght some one had been
lound and started the membets to
propose these items, in order that
the Governois might have some
thing to do. It seems absurd to ap
propriate 11101103' for a bridge over n
stream that is dry 3Gt days in the
Rep. McGuirc said he was born
in the district and had never seen
the stream diy yet, but on the con
tnir3' it was often impassable. The
Rep. Paehaole moved to insert
81000 for a bridge over the Ilalawa
stieam Molokai. Canicd.
Rep. Nawaliinc moved to insert
82,500 for two bridges at Waihcc,
Minister Tliuistou said that this
district has 828,000 to its credit for
roads aud bridges and lie thought
thai no more should be appropriat
ed. If the House is going on tins
waj they will soon swell the nppro
piiatiou bill a million dollars, aud it
is evident that all these projects
cannot be canicd out, aud then the
.Ministry will get the credit of not
doing their duty, and the people in
the country, will urge it upon their
Representative to kick them out.
The motion was lost.
Kamebameha IV toad .
I'aiion. load. . . .
Tho item for 85,000
from Kapioiani Park to
for a road
was next taken up.
Noblu Townscnd said he was sa
tisfied that there was considerable
log-rolling about thc6c appropria
tions. He could not see wh' these
items weic not placed in a lump
sum, unless it was to tickle some
voteis, and conciliate others. The
item passed as in the bill.
Rep. t Hi own moved to insert
80,000 for bridges and breakwater
in Koolaupoko. Withdrawn.
Noblu Hitchcoelc said he had been
listening attentively to hear fiom
the member for Kona, but as 3?ct
lie had not said a word. He there
fore moved to insert 83,250 for a
snow shed over the road near Ki
liolo, Kona. This road goes through
a cut in tho mountain.
Rep. Kaulii moved to insert 85,
000 for roads and bridges for Ewa
and Waianae. Lost.
For maeiidaiui.ing streets in
Honolulu. . . ...1.09,000
Rep. Richardson moved to insert
810,000 for macadamizing tho streets
ot Wailuku and Kahului. Lost.
Riidgo over btieiun at Wailua
Kauai . if'12,000
On motion the committee rose, re
ported progress, and asked leave to
The following committees wore
On the items 83000 for Water
Woiks at Koloa, Kauai, and S10,
000 for Water Woiks at Wailuku:
lions. Rice, Smith, Richardson,
Wall and Rcrtlcinann, On the item
of 88000 for road to top of Punch"
bowl: lions. Young, Robinson, Na
ono Dole and McGuiic.
Tho House adjoqrued till Thurs
day. ASSIGNEE'S NOTIClT"
THE underslpned liftTlug this day
been appointed Assignee of tho
Eitutc of A. K. Palckalulil, of Hodo.
lulu, a bankrupt; all person? Indebtrd
to tairt estate are hereby notiflul to pay
tho same immediately" to the undui
bicncil. V. C. PARKE,
Assignno of the &tatu ot A. K. Pale
Euluhl. Honolulu, July 18, 1888. OOI'.t
"TU3IO furnihcd for halls, patties
LtX ad serenades by Pidinet's S'rlno
Hand. Orders left at C. K. Williams',
or ring up Mutual Telcphniin 8.W. 7t if
THE person or parsons who borrowed
tho Soil and 3rd Volume of Ila.
nnilan Reports from the otllro of V. C.
Parke, will plcacc return the same to
his olllco immediately.
00 at W. C. PARKE.
THE Hawaiian Fruit
& Taro Com.
X pany, of Wailuku,
purchased all the
all the riL'ht. title and in.
ttrct of His Slajesty in tho Aldcn Fruit
& Tnro Company, will rany on die
same and supply tho best of Taro Flour
W. II. DANIELS,
Honolulu, July 18, 1338. U0 2w
flSrANTS a situation as Cook and to
T T do General Housework. Apply
to this Olllcc.
A YOUNG Kngli-hinnn is in wnnt of
a situation as HookKccppr, Cashier
or General Clcrlt. Has had nine years
cxpciictico in a steamship office. Char
acter and ability vouched for. Address
"P. O. Hox 470." H.I lm
PIANO TO LET.
GOOD instrument will be leased
for a very client rental, to a res
ponsible pom. Apply to
Ullw C1IAS. T. GULICK.
The 10th Annual
INVENTORY SALE !
Leading Millinery House
Prior to taking stock wo will
50 dSBB tie Dollar!
Remember Hub is a
OA.SH S-AJLilE !
And look out for H.irgains.
Ohas. J. Pishel,
The Leading Millinery-House,
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
rfV TDnguiigoKxpress & Car.
SSSgh. X iluRCi Co. Tuk'i.hoiios.
astFtt&fty n,i. mu Bund: corner of
lkthel and KiitK streets.
prom jUly attended to,
FOR 30 DAYS
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
1 WILL SDLL FOR
In Ualbtigan, Merinos and India Gauze at a
Received bj' last steantur a Kino and Elegant Lino of
Boys' and Ghildrens' Clothing
Which I ofl'or at
Bed Rock Prices
Received direct from Now York and Philadelphia a Fine Line of
Gent's, Ladies' & Children's Shoes I
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Black Silk Sose !
Opposite Irwin & Co.
i?Ii:2C,3? two t-Sjiesks a
To close out a consignment of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES !
Black RhadamoB reduced from 82 50 to $1 75.
Black Grosgrain reduced from $1 75 to $1 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from S3 00 to $2 00.
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