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B6TDo not fail to call at the
AncAim ami examine the Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits at re
SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1883.
Stmr Llkellko from ICuhuliil
Stmr Mokulll from Moloknl
Stmr Jas Makec from Kapaa
Sehr LUiollho from Ktikjiuu
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Poll' for Lahalna anil llamakua
' Stmr J A Cummins for Kunlnu
Stmr Kniilu for Wntaimo anil Waialua
Kolir Mary for Manalel ,
Sclir Mol Widilno for IColiolalriu
Stmr l.lkellkc for Kalmlui aiul liana at
5 p in
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 n m
CARCfjis FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Mokolll 200 bags sugar, lo lieail of
cattle, llfi sheep, anil (i calves.
Llkellkc :!0!)i) bags fciigur, 21 ldde. anil
Prom Kaliulnl per tinr l.lkellkc, July
21 J Ward anil wife, Mrs F M Simp
son, Mr Toms, Master King, A 1 Louis
son. D II Davis, Miss Sui.ili MeDuff,
GWcst, T Lislnnan, E K 131ven,.I A
Melius; II Laws, Mts ICahamiuui anil
chilli, llattle Malioe, 0 lliali, John
Fen clra anil wife, anil 0;t deck.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
The country mound Waialua, on
this island, is leported lo bo veiy
Tun steamer J. A. Cummins with
tho "Waimanalo party lcturncd to
Honolulu last evening.
Tin: steamer Kinau will arrive hero
to-moiiow and will bail again on
Tuesday. On July 30th she will
make a Volcano trip.
At the Yosemite Skatine Rink
this evening llieie will be a one mile
hurdle race on bkiitcb. Band in at
tendance. Tun schooner i'heebo Chapman
will sail for Tahiti, Tuamotu.l'itcairn
Island and Marquesas Group, on or
about Thursday, July 20th.
Antishamus and govern! other
gentlemen have been crowded out of
this issue, on account of tho spiico
being too small.
Thkhk is another lot of those lu
cious watermelons at Lewis & Co.'s,
from Mr. C. A, Urown't ranch. They
iire perfectly delicious.
Tnu will of tho late Henry Hart
was to have been read to-day. His
estate and life insurance policy
amounted in all to between twenty
five and thirty thousand dollai s.
The Attorney-Ucnci.il made a
rousing speech this morning in sup
port of abolishing passpoits. Many
thanks. The bill passed a second
Anyonu contemplating life insur
ance should go to the oflice of Mr. C.
O. Bergcr, and learn from him the
advantages that will acciue to the
insured in the New York Life Insur
Mu. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
Geneial of Schools, has just returned
to Honolulu after a week of inspec
tion aiound this island, and reports
the schools in an encouraging condi
tion. Mussits. McCandless Bros, havo
just finished the boiing of the first
artesian well at Moanalua. This well
is -140 feet deep, its casing 7g inches
in diameter, and the How rises 18
inches abovo the pipe.
O . ;
A Tui.ui'iio.vu messago from Wai
anae this moining, said that one of
tho plantation hands had fallen into
some boiling water and was badly
scalded. Tho steamer Kuala was
dispatched with medical assistance.
She nnived at Waianao shoitly be
foro 1 o'clock, at which hour tho
condition of tho scalded man was
not exactly known.
Tin: St. Louis College annual ex
aminations will begin on Monday
next, and will continue until tho
Thursday following. Tho junior
classes will bo put thiough thoir
facings on tho first day. Samples of
tho paintings, drawings, and penman
fihip of tho collego will bo on exhibi
tion under tho verandah of the main
buildings thioughout tho week.
"IIklloJ What's tho matter with
you follows?" said a gontloman to
the boalboys this morning. "Your
heads aro swollen, your eyes heavy,
and you aro all sleopy," "Too much
luau, too much hula, too much good
time," roplied tho boys. Fiom the
talk that then ensued it was gleaned
that soino natives gavo a big luau in
celebration of a child's birthday at
ration last night, and tho boys woio
A oiiayon sketch of tho bust of
Alfonzo, tho Into King of Spain, by
Wm. Iloapili, of St. Louis College j
a crayon bust of H.It.ll. 1'iincess
Kaiulani, by another pupil of tho
mime school. A pen and ink sketch
of St. Joseph, by Wm. Cuolho, and
tho Veigin Maiy, in ink by W. F.
Kaao, mo tho additional specimens
of tho skill of tho College boys,
placed on exhibition at King Ilios.
All of thu paintings and sketches,
mentioned in the Bulli:ti.v aro being
framed, piepauitory to being placed
on view at their Collego during tho
oxcrciso on Monday,
Mit. Washington Irving Bishop is
expected horofiom Waimanalo,whero
ho has been tho guest, during tho
86?"Slraw Hats in great variety,
Embro'dcry Chenille, Arrasene, Rili
boscne, Em broidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shadc3 at the
" iiiiw i pmiwi' '"'.'rr.TT" " '-ir'.' '"
past fow days, of the Hon. J. A.
Cummins. Mr. llishop's next and
last entertainment adveitisi'd for
Tuesday next, is in aid of the Leper
Settlement at Molokai. Tho enter
tainment will, no doubt, be hugely
patiouiscd, not only fur its own mer
its, but by reason of the charitable
object to which the proceeds will bo
Organ recited at Kaumakapili
Church, at 7:110 o'clock.
Race at the Skating Rink.
Meeting of tho Hawaiian Mission
Children's Society, at the residence
of the President, 'Rev. W. B. Olcson,
Meeting of Honolulu Rillcs ofll
cers, at C. J. McCaithy.s store, at
7 :30 o'clock.
Meeting Hawaiian Social at llay
sclden's hall, at 7:00 o'clock.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
givo a concert this afternoon at
Emma Square commencing at 4:30
o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: Overt urcKomantle Hela
FolkaSteimani" Fain bach
GavotteHeart Tlnobs Etlciiuurg
Selection Lucia Donizetti
Valtz--I51uc Lake Mlllocker
March Rear Adintr.il Mlllocker
SOCIAL, BOATING AND DANCING
Members of the Myrtle Boat Club
and a number of lady friends, about
35 couples, met at the Myrtle Club
house last evening, and formed a
social, boating and dancing club.
The gentlemen members only are
subject to monthly dues. The la
dies, though they pay no money, are
given an equal voice in all matters
concerning the new club. This club
will have weekly dances at Gibson
Hall, under the injunction of a com
petent instructor, and monthly boat
ing parties. Last evening, the 35
couples enjoyed a boat ride on the
bay by moonliglit,some in the club's
naptha launch, a present from Mr.
II. P. Baldwin, who is an honorary
member; and some in other boats
belonging to the club. After the
ride refreshments were served and
dancing in the club house hall in
dulged in. A right glorious time
A few minutes before 2
this afternoon, the Central
Alakca street, took fire. The Fire
Department answered the alarm
promptly. Arriving at the place,
the attic of that part of the double
structure nearest Hotel street was
all ablaze. In a few minutes botli
bouses (for there are two), were
burning. No water was had for
some time and when it first came it
was very feeble.
"Willing hands moved out as much
of the valuables as possible. Dr. Mc
Wayno's house was in great danger.
Finally Engine Co. No. 1 got a good
stream from King street and was
getting the fire under control, when
the hose burst. A general alarm
was sounded. At the time of going
to press the flames were pretty
much subdued. The premises were
14th Day July 20lh.
The House opened at 10 a. m.,
President W. R. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
iir.roitTS or committuus.
Rep. F. Brown reported from the
Printing Committee that two bills
were printed and ready for distribu
tion. Noblo Townsend reported from
the Committee on Education to
whom was referred the bill relating
to tuition fees in schools, recom
mending the IIouso to pass a substi
tute bill which they offer. The re
port was ordered printed.
Rep. C. Brown reported from the
Judiciary Committee to whom was
referred a section in the bankrupt
bill, recommending that tho section
pass with tho following amendment:
That ''the bankrupt shall have the
privilego of appealing to the Su
preme Court or Court in Banco
within ten days." The report was
adopted ond tho bill passed to en
grossment. Minister Austin, in answer to tho
questions propounded by Hon. G.
P. Kamauoha, stated that lie went
to His Majesty after his return from
Komi and before the opening of the
Legislature, mid asked him to call
a Cabinet council to go over and
consider tho bills prepared by the
Cabinet, the Military bill was one.
The King replied that ho did not
want a Cabinet council, as ho was
only inteiested in the speech from
the throne at the opening, and the
appropriation for the civil list, lie
Ho requested mo to ask tho Premier
to havo copies of these matters
made and sent to him. They wero
so mado and sent.
2nd. When tho Military bill was
taken to His Majesty for signature,
I stated to him that I was directed
to inform him, that tho Cabinet
unanimously advised him to sign it,
and said that the Ministers wero at
his service for any consultation de
sired by him, I further said on my
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Leader of Low Prices.
own behalf that I wag very desirous
that lie should sign all bills passed
by tho Legislature, that 1 felt that
it was for tho good of the country
and for tho personal benefit of His
Majesty that ho should not act in
any manner contrary to the express
ed wish of the House, who I felt
sure represented the feelings of the
best citizens of the Kingdom and
that such wishes were distinctly
shown in their renewed expressions
after a veto.
nr.sor.UTioxs and hills.
Rep. C. Brown gave notice of a
bill to repeal Chap. 79 of the laws
Rep. Kalaukoa presented a reso
lution to the effect that a certain
gale on the Kapiolani road was
locked and requested that the Min
'islcr of the Interior to order it
opened as it is an old right of way.
The House ruled that the resolu
tion wa? out of order.
Noble Richardson read a first
time a bill to amend the session
laws relating to divorce.
On motion tho bill was ordered
oitDnn or Tin: day.
The House went into Committee
of tho Whole, Noblo Townsend in
the Chair, to consider the Appropri
The first business done was the
rc-considcration of the item 2,500
for two bridges at Waihco, Maui.
The motion to insert this amout was
Noble Richardson moved to in
sert S2,500 for bridges at Honoko
hau and Kahakuloa, Maui.
Minister Thurston said there
would probably he more items ask
ed for for such purposes, but if one
member after the other gets up and
asks for appropriation under this
head, which the members must know
is estimated from receipts derived
from a loan upon which C per
cent lias to be paid, lie would
fore suggest that the contingent
fund be raised from S:ur000 to
$35,000 to cover all these necessary
outlays, and stop this itemizing and
swelling the Appropriation Bill out
of all proportion to the amount of
money likely to be received.
Noble Richardson asked to with
draw his motion.
Rep. Helekunilii moved to insert
$5,000 for a road from Olinda to the
top of Ilalcakala. Lost.
Unexpended road tax for the sev
eral districts, $52,852.14.
Road damages, $93,000.
The item of $13,000 for electric
lights was next discussed.
Minister Thurston said that he
was socialist enough lo advocate that
the Government should take charge
of and operate such works as rail
roads, gaslighting, telegraphs, etc.
He did not know what the matter
was with the editor of tlioBur.LivriN ;
he must suffer some in his corpor
osity, or is he looking for prospec
tive profits from a private electric
light company? It is a fact that
this country would not have had a
Hotel, had not the Government
built ,'t. It ran the first steamer in
the inter island trade successfully.
It built a marine railway which
would not have been built had the
Government not taken the matter in
hand, and lie believed that the Gov
ernment would yet have to build
hotels on the other islands in order
to staitthe tiling. He believed that
the Government should operate
these different systems for another
reason, and that was to cheapen the
expense to the public. What pro
fits there are in the business go to
the taxpayers and not to a corpora
tion. Noble Baldwin moved to refer the
item to a select committee.
Noblo Smith favored the motion
and said that he did not agrco with
the Minister of the Interior, in hav
ing Government run -these things.
He wauts to know what lighting
private houses with electricity has
to do with developing the resources
of the country, and he questioned
the wisdom of borrowing money for
any such purpose, particularly when
pi ivato parties arc ready and wait
ing to get a franchise to light the
Minister Ashfoid said ho did not
see any pp.iticular reason why this
should not be left to a committee,
unless perhaps it might cause delay.
Ho said he must answer sonic of the
antiquated propositions and remarks
of tho last speaker. Tho Minister
poke of several cities where the Gov
ernment controlled thogas works, and
in some countries bakeries, breweries,
etc., aro (conti oiled by tho Govern
ment. This was a propositfbn to
give lo tho Government an incomo
ot about 23 per cent on the outlay,
and thus reduce tho cost of the sup
ply to tho consumers.
Noble Baldwin said ho sided with
the Attorney-General in his view of
the question. The Government is
now at an expense of $8,000 per
annum under tho present system,
and if they incorporate tho lighting
of private dwellings with the system
they now have there will bo a prollt
of $1,1)00 per year to tho GoycniT
The item was referred to a select
Tho Committco rose, reported
progress and u&ked leavo to sit
again at 1 p. m.
Tho House then took a recess
until 1 p. in.
BSFGcnts Fine Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods, Hats, Shoos, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to the Leaders of
Cheap Prices, the Ahoadi:.
Tho House ic-assc:nblcd at 1 p
m. and went into committee ot tli
whole, Noble Townsend in the chair
lo resume the consideration of the
Encouragement of Immigration, de
ferred. Sewerage of Honolulu, plain
and specification. $1,200
The item of $30,000 to encourage
Immigration was taken up.
Noble Baldwin moved to make it
Rep. F. Brown moved to stiiko it
out. There is more labor now in
the country that can be used, and
the law now on the statute book can
be enforced and make these people
go to work. Ho was not in favor of
the Government paying for the im
portation of laborers for plantations.
The item should read, "For helping
plantation owners to secure labor
ers." Rep. Kinney moved to defer this
item until after the report from the
Supreme Court received. Carried.
Nuuanu Pali road $15,000
The Minister of the Interior
moved lo strike this item out, as it
is useless to try and do $10 worth
of woik witli only S5, and there
were other roads in the Kingdom
that needed the money worse than
Rep. C. Brown said that if the
people of his district could receive
a guarantee from the Minister that
the road would be kept in as good
order as it is now, lie would not
urge the passage of this item.
Honolulu Business College,
74 Hotel, corner Fort Street,
L. S. BEHNETT, - - Principal.
In all its branches.
ES?For particulars address
ftftrs. L. S. Bennett,
74 Hotel St., or Graenhalgh's Book
store, 106 Fort St.
Mutual, 282-tBaTELEPHONE BesVBoll, 30
THE undersigned having been on the
101k day of July Inst., appointed
Assignee of tho Estate of Lee Hop Com
pany, bankrupts; all persons indebteil
to said estate are hereby notified to pay
the tamo immediately to tho under
signed. W. C. PAKKE,
Assignee Estate of Lee Hop Co., lunk.
Honolulu, July CO, 18S8. 90 3t
For Tahiti, Tuamotu and Marquesas
Groups & Pltcalru Island.
v The Advcntist Mission Schooner
Will sail for
places on or
Thursday, July 26.
tSTFor freight, passage or other in
formation apply to tlif Captain on board
or t J. A. CUDNEY,
At Mr. N. F. Burgess' residence, Here
tania street. 00 Iw
THE NEW YORK
Life Insurance Go.
Strictly Mutual Organized 1815.
ASSETS OVER - $85,000,000
The actual (not cstunitcd) results of its
matured Tontine policies exceed those
of any other Coin puny issuing similar
Eree Tontine Policy
Willi Mortuary Dividend (returning all
promiums In addition to facu of policy
should death occur during the Tontine
peiiod)a9 Issued by this Company in.
eludes the advantages of Tontine accu.
mulHtlon, guaranteed options at the end
of Tontine periods and perfect ficedom
utter two years as to residence, travel
and rccupatlon, except torvice In wr.
Nonforfeitable after 3 Years.
E5?For full particulars and estimated
results based upon actual results paid
in 1888 apply to
C. O. BE RCER,
Honolulu, General Agent Hawaiian
80J Islands. tf
A T a meeting
of tho shareholders of
Wnlohinu Agricultural &
Grazing Company, held in Honolulu,
July 16, 1888, the following ofllcers
cro elected for tho ensuing yeur;
John Enu President,
O. P. iMikea &
J. IL S. Mnrtln...., Manager,
Hoard of Directors J. Ena, O. P.
Iuukcu. J, 11. b. Martin and J. Kuu.
hone. C. P. IAUKEA,
Honolulu, July 18, 1888. 08 lw
rpHE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
JL Daily Bulletlu 00 eti per month.
8 At the AncADE you can buy
Whlto and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
NOTICE U hereby
given Hint a co.
lormcd on the
28th day of Match, 1S83, by anil between
Ernest Hutchison, of Honolulu. Oahu;
and.Jncob Cocrper, of Ilolunioa, N.
Kona, Hawaii; under the llrniiiamcof
"Hutchison A; Coerper," for the pur
pose of planting sugar-cane on said
08 Bt J. COKHPEK.
THE regular quaiterly meeting of
thi) Paclllo Ilnrdware Company,
(Limited), will he held at their office,
on THURSDAY, July 20, 1SSS, at 10
O'clock A. M.
JAS. G. SPENCnU,
07 Ot Secretary.
MUSIC furnished for lull?, psuticj
and sercnutlcs by Palmer's String
Hand. Orders left at C. E. Williams
or ring up Mutual Telephone 330. 74 tf
THE Hawaiian Fruit & Tnro Com
pany, of Wnilukti, Maul, having
purchased nil thu right, title aud in
terest of His Majesty in the Allien Fruit
& Taro Company, will carry on the
same and supply the best of Taro Flour
W. II. DANIELS,
Honolulu, July 18, 1838. DO 3v
PIANO TO LET.
GOOD instrument will he leased
for a vcrv cheap rental, to a res.
ponsihlc party. Applv to
Utlw CHAS. T. GULIOK.
WANTS a situation an Cook and to
do General Housework. Apply
to this Office.
A YOUNG Englishman is hi wnnt ot
a situation as UookUeener, Cahicr
r Qrneral Clerk.
expeiicnce in a stonmsnip otuee
acler mill ability vouched
"P. O. Box 170."
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
has removed his
Fort street, opposite Hopper's Mill,
wlieru his will bo glad to sec his old
friends aud new ones. 78 lm
The 10th Annual
INVENTORY SALE !
fflling Millinery House
Prior to taking block wo will
ESUTI1RE STOCK !
50 cis oi tie Dollar!
Reinenihoi--this is a
CASH S.AJL.1G !
And look out for Bargains.
Chas, J. Fishel,
Tlie Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort fit Hotel streets.
FOR 30 DAYS
atoB&ra&ss CspB WIOT & CO I
BHSS& No. lQ0.Ht mil: comer of 'SWTej X! W SiS5JIs 651 iffl 5Q -JI
Bethel aud King streets. All orders , , $5
promptly attended to, U2w "'J 1U1 Fort .Street, IIouolulu. fly
yjtswtTmwi4i u-rwfCa3fettSM? ft'ffiJ&rfeaSSraS3fcSiSC$CJW
u lb I WD la tb&a &u a ii U os? a fl IB w 1 1
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
In Halbiigan, Merinos and India Gatu.o at a
lleceivcd by last steainer a Kino and Elegant Line ot
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing
Which 1 oiler at
Bed Rock Prices
Received diiect from Now York and Philadelphia a Pino Line of
Gent's, Ladies' & Children's Shoes I
GREAT BARGAINS IN
To close out a consignment of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES !
Black Rhadames reduced from $2 50 to $1 75.
Black Grosgrain reduced from $1 75 to $1 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from S3 00 to 82 00.
OtkBT M Sis ill Laces Heftncea in Proptii.
Proven lo be tho best in
ANTIQUE OAK DINING ROOM SETS !
The handsomest ever imported for tho trade.
Parlor Suits i Silk
Latest Styles of
Take Notice !
Silk Hose I
Irwin & Co.
the world for this climate.
Bedroom Suits !
and just the style.
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