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B"Do not fall to call at the
Ahcade and examine tbc Splciuliil
Stock of Embroidered Suits nt re
CSrSlraw Hats In great variety,
Embroidery Chenille, Arraaeno, Rib
bosene, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades at tlio
Tlio Arcadc--EGAN & CO.
aSFAt tho AncADK you can buy
Whlto and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered 60 cheap
before in this Kingdom.
Leader of Low Prices,
S!liilHi C PE" l!IS?SJ8fl&I I
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Fill DAY, JULY 20, 1888.
Sclir Aliivy from Huniilel
Sehr Mnl Wahinu fiom Hawaii
Btmr C K Ulshop for n choult of Oahu
at 0 am
The sluauiur Pole, fonnuily tlio Pur
prise, will sail for Ilnmnkua on M mliiy.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A chazy Chinaman was hauled in
Surpiiso has been
A ooo reliable family carriago
horse can be purchased of Mr. W. O.
Tin: lino liie proof brick building
now occupied by Messrs. McLano
Bros, is olleied to let.
Mostly everybody complained of
the heat to-day, chiefly fat people
who loft n greafco spot wherever they
Mn. II. Hart of the Elite Ice
Cream Parlois, died at his lesidencc,
last night, and was buiicd this after
noon. Mnssr.K. 10. Hutchinson and Jacob
Coeper have formed a co-partnership
for the purpose of planting cane on
A Mr.irriN'o of the htockliolders of
tlio Reciprocity Sugar Co. will be
held to-morrow, Julv 21st, at the
oflice of W. R. Castle, at 1 :30 o'clock.
Mnssus. J. Ena, C. I Iaukea, J.
II. S. Martin and J. Kaiibano are the
ollicers of Waiohiiui Agriculluial
and Grazing Co., elected ou July 10
for the ensuing year.
A KKitir.s of baeball games -will
probably be played between the Vnn
daliiv nine and the Omaha team. The
latter nine are said to have been the
champions of the Abiatic Squadron
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Polynesian encamp
ment No. 1, I. O. 6. 1, in the hall
of Excelsior Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeling of Hawaiian Tribe No.
1, I. O. R. M., in the ball of Oahu
Lodsre K. of P., at 7:30 o'clock.
Religious services in St. Andrew's
Cathedral, at 7 o'clock.
Band concert at Thomas Square,
at 7:30 o'clock.
LITERARY AND MUSICAL
Miss Prescott's musical and lite
rary entertainment at the Y. M. C.
A. hall last evening, was attended
by about fifty persons. The three
readings by Miss Prcscolt were
given in her usual, carefully studied
way. The recitation of "King Rob
ert'2 by Rev. Herbert II. Go wen,
to music accompaniement, was
rendered with much feeling. The
piano solo by Miss Dora Dowsetl,
the duet, "Telling Secrets," by
Miss Dovvsclt and Miss Barnard,
the violin solo by Mr. Yurndlcy, a
Hawaiian song by three native la
dies, the trio "Evening," by Miss
Dowsett, Miss Barnard and Miss
Von Holt, and the song "Serenade"
by Miss Dowsett, with violin obli
gato by Mir. Yarndley,were all splen
did. Each piece on the programme
was applauded, the three Ilawniian
ladies being encored.
THE ARION ANNUAL.
On the 10th of August the Hono
lulu Arion and Musical Society will
give their first annual picnic, con
cert and ball, at Park Beach Hotel,
Wt.ikiki. Notwithstanding a few
drawbacks, such as members leaving
the country, etc., the Society thrives
and is to be congratulated on the
approaching anniversary of its birth.
At 2 o'clock on the afternoon of
August lGth the picnic will begin,
followed at about a o'clock with the
concert and winding up with a ball.
Busses have been engaged to carry
tlio guests out to (he grounds and
back at 2i cents each way, anil Mr.
Arnold will provide lunch for all at
50 cents each. The Society pro
vides for everything else. Tliero
will bo races and other such sports
during the picnic time, and the
billiard and pool room ami the bowl
ing alley will bo open to the guests.
The committee of arrangements is
composed of Messrs. J. Ilubash, E.
Walters, J. Bcitram and II. Bergcr.
It will be a general invitation affair,
and tickets may bo had on applica
tion to Messrs. C. Gertz, J. llert
tram, J. Ilubash, and II. J. Nolte.
FUNERAL OF MRS. AUSTIN.
As previously announced, the
funeral of the late Mrs. Austin took
place yesterday afternoon at 1
o'clock. The 'Rev. Dr. Beckvvith
and tlio Rev. W. B. Oleson wcro the
olllciating clergymen. A large con
course ot persona was present to
pay the last sad tribute of respect
to this estimable lady, many moro
than could be accommodated in Iho
spacious residenco of tbc family.
After the conclusion of tlio services,
tbo cortege formed in the usual
manner, and proceeded to tbc place
of interment, Nuuanu Cemetery.
The pall bearers were His Excel
lency Geo. W. Merrill, U. S. Minis
ter Resident, Judge Lyman of Hllo,
lion. II. Wulorhou.se, Dr. Emerson,
Messrs. W. W. Hall and M. N.
Among those present were noticed
Chief Justice Judd, and Associate
Justices McCully, Hickcrton and
Dole; Minister Austin's colleagues,
Their Excellencies Green, Thurston,
ami Ashford ; members of the Privy
Council ; Nobles and Representa
tives; Major Wodehousc, II. 11. M.
Commissioner, and many other
memborS'of the Consular and Diplo
THE BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
give a concert this evening at Tho
mas Square commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is the pro
Waltz Gypsy Baron Strauss
Overture i allpli of Bagdad... Hoildicu
Finale ' anliauscr Wagner
be.eetlon Lucia dl Lainmci moore
Hone ac nel; Hole Waltnea; Alien Oe.
Rclnctlon Mv little wife T.ccncci
Ballad L i I'aloina lllvns
Waltz -Don Caiar Delllnger
Galop Koss.ieks Wdc Millockcr
Calling on Mr. 'V"uiidenbcrg,Post-master-Gencial,
this morning, for
the purpose of interviewing him
concerning some icmarks made by
a "Portuguese" in this morning's
"Advertiser," the following facts
The Portuguese letters are kept
in boxes arranged in alphabetical
order and those only, which the
caller at the window has a right to,
arc given out. The giving out of
these letters is done by Mr. Geo.
Desha, who is expert at reading
Poituguese names, and who is very
careful that the right person should
receive the right letter. Many of
the Portuguese can neither read nor
write. Some have several names,
and it requires a Desha to decipher
the addi esses on some of the letters.
As a test suveral Portuguese letters
were shown to parties acquainted
with the Portuguese language, tliii
morning, and to a Portuguese gen
tleman, and they were asked to read
the addresses ; but all of them failed.
The letters, were then handed to
Mr. Dehn and he read them with
Remaining at the Post Oflice long
enough to sec several Portuguese
call for letters and having examined
the addresses of a number of let
ters, the reporter became thoroughly,,
satisfied that the Post Oflico people
arc quite competent to read the Por
tuguese addresses and that only
those letters are passed out to which
the enquirers have a right.
HOW TO REACH THE PEOPLE.
HAND COXCUUTS ON SUNDAY.
Editor Bum.irrix: Down throw
the gauntlet and repeat. Band con
ceits on Sunda3r, and" why not in
moral Honolulu? Ear better to go
out to Thomas Square on Sunday
afternoon and spend an hour or two
in listening to good music and
pleasant chat than in gambling,
drinking and other demoralizing
pursuits, or after a very rich ami
heavy dinner, sleeping the after
noon away, pieparalory to going to
church in the evening?
Again. Band plays on Saturday,
very nice and pleasant indeed for
those whose time is their own, but
how about that large class of the
community who finish the. hard
week's work at 4 o'clock on that
day. They ceitainly have no time to
go to the band, but they have on
Sunday, and how pleasant for the
husband, wife and young ones, to
lie able to take a walk to Thomas
Square. And under the beautiful
trees, sit down and enjoy them
selves; old man smoko his pipe, old
woman compare notes, otc, etc.,
with the friends and the kids just
lying round loose, and then go home
for a cosy tea, and if church is the
order for tlio evenjng, better fitted
to thoroughly enjoy the sacred ser
vice. And tlio much worried young
man, how we old ones do feel for
you". Wo have tiied n variety of
methods to "reach" you, too
numerous to enumerate, mid we
have not got you yet; nnd it does
seem that you will not be "readi
ed" by the lately tried socials, etc.
Now, light hero, blop waiting for
other people to "icach" you and do
as other "young men" have done in
all parts of Christendom, jiibl
'"reach" yourselves, mid how? Well,
stop that poker at all times, but
more particularly on Sunday. You
cannot afford it physically, morally
and financially. Stop drinking for
drinking's sake. Tako your wine,
etc., as men who govom themselves.
Seek the society and comnanioiib'ulp
of good, sensible young women.
Not thu dude girl, for there are
some dude gills us well as dude
boys. The dude girl is a positive
nuisance at all times nnd not worth
bothering about. But, the com
pany of a good, sensiblo girl, will
make you respect yourself, and you
cannot with any icgard to your
manhood, go from her society to
that which is debasing and degrad
ing to yourself. Then on Sunday
afternoon, instead of making a fool
of yourself, in your room, go to
Thomas Square and enjoy yourself,
as God wants all His sensible crea
tures to do, and bear in mind, that
ho helps them who strive to help
themselves, and we old ones bad
better try and "reach" ourselves.
Some of us want a strong and per
haps long rope, too much "gnat
and camel business," "mole and
beam." Perhaps wo have a good
stock of beam, and thu would-be
"reached" ones the mote; must not
judge though. Rack to band con
ceits on Sunday, not to be discuss
ed fanantically, or religiously, but
assert positively that morally they
are correct. Yours,
13ud Day Jul v 19th.
The House opened at 10 a. m.,
President W. R. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
ItUrOKTS OF COintlTTlXS.
Rep. F. Brown reported from the
Printing Committee Hint the veto
message had been printed and was
ready tor distribution.
He also reported trom the Select
Committee to whom was referred
the bill to regulate the payment and
collection of water rates, recom
mending that the bill be laid on the
table, and that a new bill which they
present with the report as a substi
tute, be passed.
The leport was accepted and the
bill went to the Printing Commit
tee. He also reported that three bills
were printed and ready for distribu
tion. Noble Wilcox reported from the
committee to whom was referred the
bills relating to street railways, that
tiny would like more time for the
consideration of one bill, and report
a substitute bill in place of one, ex
tending the franchise to W. R
Austin and his associates to Sept.
1st, 1889. "
Noble Smith moved that the rules
be suspended and the bill be read a
second time by its title. Carried.
Rep. Kinney leportcd from the
Special Committee to whom was re-
feired a resolution to inaugurate the
study of leprosy by native Ilavvai
ians in the "public schools at least
once a week, recommending that it
be adopted and that 81,200 be in
serted in the Appiopriation Bill for
printing suitable books in the Ha
waiian language for this purposes.
Noble Tovviisend moved to amend
the resolution by making it at least
10 days in each year, instead of once
a week. He thought it interfering
too much with the management of
schools by arranging a daily pro
gramme. Rep. Kalaukoa moved to take up
the resolution for consideration.
Noble Smith was in favor of the
motion of Rep. Kalaukoa with an
amendment, that the resolution be
printed and made an order of the
day. He thought that it was not
necessary to state lliat the subject
ot leprosy should be taught, but
that it could be differently woided so
that it would not advertise our na
Noble Smith's motion carried.
Minister Thurston repotted in re
gard to the petition from Kawelo,
llilo, lor S500 for land taken by the
Government for a load. Mr. J. M.
Lidgate, chairman of the Road
Boaid for llilo, writs that a settle
ment hail been effected with this
man befor the road was commenced,
but subsequently the land had
changed hands mid had come into
possession of Mr. D. B. Wahinc a
would-be lawyer of that place, and
he makes this claim for damages.
He expresses the hope that the legis
lature will take no notice of such
claims as these, as they are unfound
ed and frivolous.
Ou motion the petition was laid
on the table.
Minister Green presented a list of
taxes and the commissions paid on
them for the year 1887.
On motion tlio repoit was ordered
IIUSOI.UTIOX AND 1111.1.1.
Rep. F. Brown read a first time
a bill to regulate the receipt, storage,
and delivery of goods in bond. Re
ferred to Printing Committee.
lie .also gave natice of a bill to
regulate the carriago of freight be
tween the islands.
Noble Smith offered the the fol
lowing resolution: Whereas with
sonow wo have heard of the death
of Mio beloved wife of His Excel
lency Jonathan Austin, Minister of
Foreign Affairs; Bo it resolved, Unit
the Legislature do adjourn at twelve
o'clock this day in respect of the
memory of Mrs. Austin; Resolved,
That wo hereby express our sym
pathy for His Excellency and his
bcreav'd family in this great afllic
tion, and pray that the almighty
Father may coinfip-t them. Resolved',
that a copy of these resolution be
presented to His Excellency.
Rep. F, Blown offered a u-bolu-tlon
that the Minister of the luter-
6?Gcnta Pino Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods, Hats, Shoos, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to the Leaders of
Cheap Prices, the AitCAUc.
ior be requested to furnish this
House with the amounts in full for
the following items: The amount of
unexpended road money; tlio
amount of money now to tlio credit;
the amount estimated for the years
1888 to 1890; and the amounts
that the Minister of the Interior has
had appropriated for all the districts
in the Hawaiian Islands. For item
roads and bridges outside of Hono
lulu 'or tbo district of Konn, Oahu.
Noble Townsend said he objected
to this log-rolling and got up to
protest agniti9t it. He thought it
impossible for tlio Minister to com
ply with this last request.
Rep. F. Brown said that was the
object of his resolution, to stop that
very log-rolling. The resolution
Noble Smith read a first time a
bill to amend Section G of chapter 11
of the Penal Code relating to seduc
tion. Referred to Printing Com
mittee. Rep. Rico read a first time a bill
to provide for the teaching of Na
waiians to Ilawaiians in the public
Noble Richardson moved to re
ject the bill, and spoke in support
of his motion.
Rep. Kauhanc, Rep. Rice and
Noble Smith spoke in favor of the
Noble Richardson said that in
order to save lime he would with
draw his motion, and the bill went
to second reading under the rules.
Noble Richardson gave notice of
a bill to amend Section 1 chapter
1G of the Civil Code, relating to di
voces. Noble Hitchcock read a first time
a bill to repeal the passport law, to
take effect from and after January
1st 1S89. Went to second reading
under the rules.
lie also read another bill to
abolished the $2.00 hospital tax.
Went to second rcadiiiff under the
Rep. Horner moved to reconsider
the vote of yesterday for S2,f)00
for two bridges at Waihcc. Carried,
and the item was referred back to
the committee of the whole to-morrow.
The House then adjourned until
10 a. in. Frida3
The manufacture of blunders pro
ceeds apace. An Auckland college
announces: "Swimming instruction
given by a teacher of both sexes."
An Australian paper says: "Mrs.
Caldwell was the recipient on Satur
day of a beautiful floral offering, in
commemoration of the advent of her
firstborn bon, which came to her by
paicel post from liallarat." "The
sum now being raised," says a con
temporary, "will take the form of
a mariners relief fund, primarily
for the support of the men who lost
their lives at tlio wreck." An Ohio
farmer lias posted up tho following:
"Notis. If any man's or woman's
cows or oxcus gits in these here
oats, his or her tail will be cut off
as tho case may be." A reporter,
describing a collection of bric-a-brac,
says: "Tlio visitor's eye will be
struck ou entering the room with a
porcelain umbrella." And the fol
lowing advertisement appears in a
contenipoiary: "A widow wants a
position as general in a small house
hold." Not an unusual position for
a servant to occupy, but seldom put
so plainly. An Australian paper
lately made merry over a contem
porary which headed an article,
"Sir II 1 's Embezzlements,"
instead of embarrassments, and in
the next item described Air. Glad-
'a leading pollution."
FOlt SAN FKANCISCO,
Tho now and line Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, wil
be due nt Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
July 28, 1888.
And will lcavo for the above nort with
malls and passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, having BU.
PJSUlOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IRWIN &" CO., A&enU
flue Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Stcnmnhlp Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Fianciseo on or about
August 2, 1888,
And will have prompt dbpatch with
malls and imtsengers for tho above poiti.
For Iroight or papuiec, having SU.
PKRIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
:i7 WM. O. IRWIN & CO.. Agent
NBATIV DOXKnnil with dusrulrh
nt Iho HAWAIIAN HOTKL STA-liM-8.
Hand (,'lii'pw, 821 f
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
J. advertise It in the Daily Bullbtim
iiistriiaa lui Service.
T TAN'S BOAT BUILDING
X SHOP. Roar of Luca' Mill.
HAWAIIAN Fruit & Taro Co. Gen
tlcnien : I have nintlo a chemical
examination of the Fnniple of Taro Flour
which you have submitted to me and
find tlint snmo is entirely free from any
Injurious fubalacco whatever. Yours
very truly, Geo. V. Smith, Analyst.
Honolulu. Juno 1, 1688 71 1m
MUSIC furnished for ball?, parties
and serenades by Palmer's S rintj
Hand. Orders loft at C. E. Vil)innis
or ring up Mutual Telephone 3.10. 71 tf
TUB per? on or parsons who horrowed
tliu 2ml nnd !trd Volume of Hit.
wallan Kcporis from the olllro oT V. C.
Parke, will pliau return the same to
bis otlleo Immediately.
1)0 at W. C. PARKE.
TILE Hawaiian Fruit & Turo Com.
jinny, of Wniluku, Maui, having
purchased nil the right, title nutl in
terest of His Majesty in the Allien Fruit
& Taro Company, will carry on the
same nnd supply tho best of Tnro Flour
W. 11. DANIELS,
Honolulu, July 18, 18S8. 'utl 2w
PIANO TO LET.
GOOD instrument will be leased
for a very cheap reatnl, to a res.
ponsimc party. Appiv to
Jl lw CHAS. T. GULICK.
as Cook nnil to
TT do General Uonscvvork
to this Oflice.
A YOUNG Englishman is in wnni of
a situation as Bookkeeper, CaMiicr
or General Clerk. Has had nine years
experience in a steamship ofllec. t'lmr.
ncter nn'l ability vouched for. Address
"P. O. box 170." U'J lm
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN McLANt; has removed Ids
Bliickbinithing Establishment, to
Fort street, opposite Hopper's Mill,
where he will ha glad to see lm old
friends and new ones. 7H lm
The 10th Annual
INVENTORY SALE !
Leading Miltiaery llonsc
Prior to taking slock we will
ENTBRE STOCK I
50 cts oi lie Dollar!
Remember this is a
OL.SXX SXE !
And look out for Bargains.
Chas. J. Fishel,
Tlie Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
FOR 30 JAYS.
lHtb.il and Klne blreets. All o-ilrnn . . -...-. j ., , T i , n &
promptly uUendwV to, ti2w ,uUJ IOi, Fort (rfu-oot, IIouolulu. fljr .
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Ladies, Please Take
In B.ilbrigan, Merinos
Received by last steamer a Fine and Elegant Lino of
Boys' and Childiens' Clothing
Which I oiler at-
Bed Rock Prices
Received direct from New York and Philadelphia a Fine Line of
Gent's, Ladies' & Children's Shoes I
GREAT BARGAINS IN
'w' d Baa la U H at taau 'tt Han ve? sy vw W ty ft. W A
Opposite Irwin & Co.
To close out a consignment of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES !
Black Rliadaines reduced from $2 50 to 81 75.
Black (xroBgrain reduced from 81 75 to SI 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from 83 00 to $2 00.
Her Mi Sis ai Laces-Eetocei ia Pnoriien.
D SEE Ol
& iMfi CD
S8 S :m
Proven to be the best in
Antique Oak Bedroom Suits !
Magnificent and just the style.
ANTIQUE OAK DINING ROOM SETS !
The handsomest ever imported for the trade.
or Suits in ssik
M CHAIRS IN SEVERAL
I WILL SELL FOR
WEEHS OIMLY S
i r i i rr "it 1 TT 1 t
i j uii u liiiimi i uiMiiuyii -.si
and India Gauze at a
Silk Hose !
EHLERS & CQ.'S
tbe world for this climate.
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