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AnoADE and examine the Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits at re
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CSTStraw lints in great variety,
Embroidery Chenille, Arrasene, Rib
bosene, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades tit tho
Tho Aroado-EGAH & CO.
CSTAt tllo AntiADB you can buy
White and Colored Laces nt prices
that will astonish you. These Good9
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
Leader of Low Prices.
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MONDAY, JULY 23, 1888.
8lmr Klnau from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Miknlinln from Kauai
Stmr Lchuiifioni llnuiakua
lib Woollaloa UO days fiom Newcastle
Mrit Ship Coekci month fiom Llvcipool
Sehr L ivinla from Kmi
July 2.1 -Stmr
i'de for Lahaina and llanialuia
Stmr J A Ciiuiiiilns for Koolau
Stmr Kaala lor Walauao and Wahdua
Sehr Maiy for llanalel
Sehr Mol Wahino for ICoholalclc
btmr I.iUellko for Kahulut and liana at
" p in
Stmr Moliolii for Molokal at " p in
"" "vessels leavinc to-morrow.
Stmr Lchua for llamakna at S p m
fctmr Klnau for llilo and way poits at
4 p in
Stmr MlkahaU for Kauai at 5 p m
From Kauai, per steamer Mlkahala,
July 2.' Mis 11 Isonbcijr, Misses LUllo
and Fannie Etrgis, Mis E A llecht, A
E llecht'and son, Hon G X W ileox, AV
S Luce and wife, K W T Purvis, It (J
Spalding, G E Falrchlld, A Melutcns,
Mis h Spalding and 40 deck.
From llilo and way ports, per stmr
Kl au, July 2:'. J G Setr.io, W L Hose,
E G Hitchcock, i' E Hlehardson, V V
Goodnle, 13 L llotchMs, A W Unit. J
M Hopkins, i him Sing, Bro Joseph,
Uio Ignatius, Mrs II It Maofarlane, Mrs
Addle Kupclo. Paul Jarret. Miss US
Bond, J K llookano. Geo F Holmes, J
11 Vodchmtc. G V Miles, Miss Ke.i
loba, J.is Jtcntou. Mev r arils, Ah
Leong, Kev Ukl, V K Kapule, W 11
, toinwpll, T J Haysclilen, Ot is ilder,
Wm llookuaiiui and 87 d t:k.
! or San Kr.inolseo, per r B Godficj',
July 21-Jno lilnisucll and G 11 Witlt-
CARGOES FHflm ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klnau Gil!) bgs sugar, 85 hgs"
spuds, -10 bgs com, 30 fogs peanuts,
etc., GO pks hides and 14u pkgs fctin
drics. Stmr IkaliaU 1302 bgs sugar, 300 bgs
lick, 74 hides and 2ii lid cattle.
Stmr Lehua -2100 bgs sugar.
The Hawaiian baric W 15 Godfrey got
awa for San Fr.inelco Saturday with
18.211 bans sugar, allied at $87,CG1.57.
The bjrk Wuoll.iloa, Copt, llaincson,
arrived yesterday fiom Newcastle, X.
S. W., w'ith J, 050 tons of coal for Iiwin
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS
Tun Moon was under a total eclipse
The present is tho 2,000th issue of
the Daily Bulletin.
- Manuel Gomes Comancho has
been charged with manslauger.
There were twenty-six eases to bo
tried in the Police Court to-day.
The veto message will bo con
sidered at 10 o'clock to-moriow morn--ing.
Mn. W. I. Bishop has returned to
town from Waimanalo, much im
proved in health.
Ir a man is unsuccessful in life,
let him eat watermelon, and then he
will succeed, (buck seek.)
There was no session of the Legis
lature this morning. Tho House met
at 1 o'clock Ibis afternoon.
Nine diunks' eontiibutcd $51 to
Judge Dayton's sliong box, in the
Police Court this'iuoining.
Judgment in tho ease of Jim Crow,
absault and battery on Captain E.
Hopkins, will bo given to-monow.
. is .
Mrs. Florence Williams will de
liver tho Until lcctuic of the series
to-morrow evening, in Harmony
Mn. Honing bworo out a warrant
for tho arrest of Thos. Harvoy, this
morning, charging him with using
Two boxes and a bag of Alligator
pears, came by the schooner Liiku
yestciday. The fiuit is exceptionally
largo anjjj fine looking.
The stream of water that passed
by the half-way house on the Pali
road, is being urn into pipes to in
crease tho water supply of Honolulu.
The Band will play at tho Hawai
ian Hotel on Thuibday ovoning in
honor of tho Captain and olliccrs of
tho U. S, S. Omaha. After tho con
cert the hall will bo opened for
The Britisli tdiip Cockeimouth
arrived to-day, 115 days from Liver
pool. Shobiings tho balance of tho
railroad inatoiial, for tho Hawaiian
Mr. W. I. Bishop will givo a faro
wcll mind-reading tcaiicu in tho
Opcia Houbo to-morrow evening, in
aid of tho Molokaj Settlement. Tick
ets may bo had at J. 13. Biown it Co's,
Simeona, a youth who ran away
from the Hefprmatary School two
weeks ago, will now break stones on
tho streets for three months, after
expiration of which time ho must ic
turn to the school,
The Hawaiian Band will not play
at Thomas Sqnaio to-morrow even
ing, it being engaged to play for
"Sweet Chaiity" during Mr. W, I
Bishop's entertainment, hut witf
play at Thomas Squaro Wednes
Kino street bridge, near tho Chi
nese wash house, is to bo made wider
for the tramway.
Miss Berry's school closed on Fri
day for the summer vacation. The
annual examination and closing exer
cises have been postponed to Christ
mas. Tub choir of the bocond congrega
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral as
now constituted, gave some excellent
music at tho sei vices yesterday. The
bass solos by 1'iof. Yarndley wero a
very noticeable feature.
Ml:, llalstcad has increased his iu
toi est in tho steamer Kaala by buy
ing tho shares fornicily owned by
Hon. Chns. 15. Bishop. With the
increased interest Mr. llalstcad docs
not hold a controlling interest, as rc
ppitcd. A rAnTY of tourists (tho same that
went to tho Volcano recently) were
to have gono to Waimanalo by
steamer this morning, buton account
of tho ladies sleoping too late, tho ex
cursion was knocked on the head.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Band concert at Emma Square
Meeting of Harmony Lodge I.
O. F. in its hall, King street,
THE BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert this evening at
Emma Square commencing at 4:30
o'clock. Following is the pro
Ma eh Plack Hiisai M Mocker
edley Herald Angels Heycr
Fantasia Foigc in the Forest
Medley -Night In New Yoik Brooks
Hone ac net; Hole Wahnca; Alien Oe.
Fantasia Gei man Song Ochs
Pati ol Bi itish A sober
Waltz Xanon Gt-ncc
Qnadiille .Madame Angot Lecocq
AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY.
It is said that a man in llilo has
made a very important discovery.
It has hitherto been taught in all
schools that the people of England
are descendants of different nation
alities, but by patient study and
deep thought the llilo man has
found out that all the lower classes
in England arc direct descendants
of the Scandinavians. Wonder how
far back it is possible to trace some
people's origin, and whether this
man's forefathers emigated from
England or not! May be he is in
possession of old family records !
SURVEYING THE RUINS.
Survc3'ing the ruins of the Cen
tral House fire, with a reportoiial
C3'C, this morning, it appeared
plainly evident that the blaze origin
ated in the nttic of the upper house.
The upper floors wete both consider
ably bin nt, more especially the
upper house. A bundle of shavings
was noticed between the scantlings
and the outer boards, near the top
of the house, on Hotel street side.
These shavings must have collected
there during the building of the
house; they only scorched in the
fire. Tho lower floors were not
burned, though they were damaged
by water. A number of the lodgers
lost eonsidci able of their personal
'effects. One gentleman lost $28 m
silver and a number of yards of line
cloth, not by burning, but by some
body stealing them. Some people
are very eager to save things during
a lire. The fence of the residence
of Mr. Geo. fcmith (next house
abovo tho Central) was broken
down. Of course, "it is an ill wind
that blows nobody good;" those
who lost their clothing had to buy
more and had to go to other lodging
HAWAIIAN CABINET TRUST CO,
Editor Bulletin: The "Ga
zette" says centralization is not
feasible id a small country like this.
It seems to be attained very
easily, and cauicd to the extreme
limit of possibility.
How long will it take to teach the
people tho freedom of self-government
and power of the ballot, whilo
they aro restricted to its exercise
once iu two years, and then thoy
have a voice in tho election of Hie
Representatives only, if all those
wielding the power of olllco over
them? The Cabinet aro not elected
to their omnipotence, yet they dove
tail their appointments accurately,
and add commissions to salaries, as
to then) seems pleasant. The
Deputy Shciiffs of Kau and Lahaina
are assessors, and the Collector
of Customs of tho second port in tho
Kingdom. Tho latest and most op
pi ossive is tho Hawaiian Cabinet
Trust Co. X.
A FATAL SHOT.
John Flcnnelly, a murine on the
U. S. S. Omaha, was shot thiough
the left arm at the elbow, Satuiday
night, by Manuel Gomes Comancho,
a Portuguese. Tho shooting took
place at Comancho's house, Portu
guese town, Punchbowl hill. Tho
wounded man was taken to the Sta
tion IIpuso and afterwards to tho
Queen's Hospital, where ho died
yesterday nfternoon, after his in
jured arm had been amputated. It
seems from testimony offered that
Flcnnelly with a companion wns
hammering at Comanoho's hack
door, and Comancho, not receiving
an answer to "who is there," Hied a
shot at random, the ball striking
Flcnnelly as above stated. Coman
cho is of middle statue, about 35
years of ago, and wears a short
black mustache. He was arrested
and taken to the Station llouso
where he now is. A coroner's in
quest was licit! Sunday evening, the
following jury being cmpanneled:
J. II. Fisher, J. F. Bowler, Thus.
Lindsay, F. Gcrtz, W. McCaudh'Ss,
and H.'E. llalstcad. At 10 o'clock
the inquest adjourned until 8 o'clock
this morning, when it resumed un
til 9:30 o'clock, then adjourned
again until this evening. A sub
scription list was circulated among
tho Portuguese ttiis morning to raise
funds for the defence of Comancho,
who is a member of the Honolulu
15th Day July 20, 1888.
The House opened at 10 a. in.
President W. K. Castle in the Chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
UEI'ORTS Or STANDING COMMITTEE.
Noble Baldwin reported from a
majority of the Committee on Com
merce to whom was referred the bill
for the encotuagement of the culti
vation of coffee, recommending that
the bill be laid on the table. On
motion the report was laid on the
table to be considered with the min
Rep. F. Brown reported fiom the
Piinting Committee 4 bills printed.
Noble Hitchcock lepprted from
the special committee to nliom was
refcricdlhe bill to better prevent
the illegal tralllc in spirituous liquors
recommending the passage of the
bill with some few amendments.
The report was accepted and laid
on the table to be considered with
RESOLUTIONS AND DILLS.
The Minister or i inaiicc read a
first time a bill to provide for per
manent tax assessors and collectors,
and to further provide for the as
sessing and collecting of taxes. Re
ferred to Printing Committee.
Noble Hitchcock offered a resolu
tion to the effect that during all
next week the House meet at 1 p.
m., in order to give the select com
initteess an oppoitunity to get up
with their work. Adopted.
Minister Thurston answered the
questions of Rep. F. Biown relating
to Road Boards. This was rather
an exhaustive report of the work
ings of the Road Boards in the dif
ferent distiicts of the islands. The
concluding paragraph says, It is
impossible to iiiauguratea new sys
tem, acting through a laige number
of men, without there being some
hitches and Haws at the outset. But
the beginning is full of encourage
ment. By the next meeting of the
Legislature the system will have so
far de eloped its good and bad
points that the changes, if any,
which are necessary, can then be
made with better effeect than can
now be done.
Consideration of the pounds and
e&tiay bill. Referred to following
committee: Thurston, Paris, Pae
haolc, Dole and Ilelckuuihi.
ORDER Or THE DAV.
Second reading of the internal tax
bill; icfened to Finance Commit
tee. Second rending of a bill relating
to Postal Savings Bank. Referred
to Finance Committee.
Second i eading of a bill relating
to depositors in tho Postal Savings
Bank. Referred to Finance Com
Second reading of a bill to license
commercial travellers representing
foreign (Inns, in this Kingdom. Re
ferred to the Committee on Com
merce. Second reading of a bill to license
the salo of malt liquors. Referred
to a select committee.
Second reading of a bill to regu
lato the practice of law, in the in
ferior courts. Refened to the Ju
Second leading of n bill to grant
the Minister of Interior permission
to transfer a certain piece of land to
Hie trustees of tho estate of Luna
lilo. Referred to Public Lands
Second leading of a hill to regu
lato Hie storage, iceeiptnnd deliv
ery of spirituous liquors in bonded
warehouses. Referred to Committee
Second reading of a bill to amend
section G, chapter 11 of the Penal
Code. Referred to Sanitary Com
mittee Second rending of a bill to pro
vide for tho instruction in Hawaiian
of native Hawaiian children.
On motion the bill was matlo a
special order of the day.
Second reading of tho hill to
abolish passports. Refened to Ju
Second reading'of tho hill to abo
lish the &2 hospital tax. Referred
to Judiciary Cominitteo.
BSrGcnls Fine Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods) Hats, Shoos, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to tho Leaders of
Cheap Prices, tho Arcade.
Second reading of a bill to extend
the franchTse of tho Honolulu street
railroad. Passed to engrossment to
bo read a third time on Wednesday.
jN'oblc Smith reported from tho
select committee to whom was re
ferred tho item of SIC, 000 household
expenses of His Majesty, recom
mending tho item pass. The report
was adopted and the item ordered
inserted iu the Appropriation Bill.
Second reading of n hill relating
to divorce. Passed to engrossment
to Do read a third time on Wednes
day. The House then adjourned until
1 p. m. Monday.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Iulands.
Draw Exchange on the
Buitlc ot Oulil'oriiia, 8sJ. U
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG K0NQ.
Ucwrs. N. M. Itolhschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Bydnoy,
The. Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Die Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Clirlstclnirch, and Wellington,
Hie Hank of BrltlBh Columbia, Vic
torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a. General Banking Businetw.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT.
I. advertise in the Daily Bulletin.
74 Hotel, comer Fort Street, .
Mrs. L. S. BENNETT, - - Principal.
In all its branches.
J5"For particulars address
EV2rs. L. S. Bennett,
74 Hotel St, or Qiaenhiilgh's Book.
Blore, 106 Fort St.
Mutual, 282-aTELEPH0NE (pcjrBell, 30
npilE undersigned hnvinc been on the
JL l'Jlh day of July Inst., appointed
Assignee of tho Estate of Leo Hop Com.
puny, bankrupts; all persons indented
to said estate aro hereby notified to pay
llio fame immediately to ihc under
Hgned. w. C. PARKE,
Assignee Estate of Lee Hop Co., bank
rupts. Honolulu, July ?0, 1838. SO 3t
For Tahiti, Tuamotu and Marquesas
Groups Sl Pitcairu Island.
The Alvcniist Mission Schooner
Will sail for
places on or
Thursday, July 26.
JSTFor freight, passage or other in.
foiinution apply to the Captain on hoard
or to J. A. CTJDNEY,
At Mr. N. F. Burgess' residence, IJi-re-tania
street. 00 lw
THE 'NEW YORK
Life Insurance Oo.
Strictly Mutual Organized 18 JS.
ASSETS OVER - $85,000,000
The actual (not cstinintcd) results of its
matured Tontine policies exceed those
of any Other Company issuing similar
Free Tontine Policy
With Mortuary Dividend (returning nil
prtmiuiiis in addition to face of policy
should death occur during the Tontine
pci!od)as issued by this Company in
cludes the advantages of Tontlno hccu.
mutation, guaranteed options at the end
of Tontine periods and perfect ficcdom
after two years as to residence, travel
and (Ccuputinn, except service in war.
Nonforfeitable after 3 Years.
t3TFor full particulars and estimated
results based upon actual results paid
In 18b8 apply to
Honolulu, General Agent Hawaiian
00J Island:). tf
A T a meeting of
the shareholders of
XV. the Walohinu
Aer cultural &
Grazlni; Company, held in Honolulu.
July 10, 1888, tho following olllcers
werp elected for the ensuing year;
John Emi ,1'rcsldent,
O.P. Iaukea &
J. II. S. Martin Manager,
Hoard of Directors J. Ena, O.l.
Iaukea, J. 11. ti. Martin and J. Kau.
hnne, O, l JAUJvPA,
Honolulu, July 18, 1883. 08 lw
ONE line Milch Cow,
price, $125. Ajiply
at the liuua'.TIN OfUce.
rpHE PEOPLES' PAPER The
X Daily Uulletla BO cti per moath.
yJf g "jj i
The 10th Annual
INVENTORY SALE !
Leading Milliucry House
Prior to taking stock vc will
ENTIRE STOCK !
50 cts ontlie Dollar!
Remember this is a
CASH AX-iE! !
And look out for Bargains.
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN McLAIN has removed his
Blacksmitbini; Establishment to
Fort streot, opposite Hopper's Mill,
where ho will lis glad to tcu hit) old
fricails and new onus. 78 lm
THE regular qitaiicrly meeting of
th! Pacific Hardware Company,
(Limited) 'will be held at thidr oSlec.
on THURSDAY, July 20, 188S. at 10
o'clock A. M.
MUSIC fumished for ball?, pntticu
arid EL'ronuik'h liv Palmer's S ring
Hand Orders lult nt "O. E. Williiinis',
or ring up Miitual Teliphonu Bin. 71 il
""OTICR Is hereby glvcii that a co
JLA partnership wm formed on the
!28tli day of March, 1888, by and bitween
Ernest Hutcliibon, of Honolulu, Oahu;
and Jacoh Coerpcr, of ilohinloa, K.
K mm, Hu wui i; under the linn name of
"Hutchison Si Ooerper," for the pur
poec of planting sugar-cane on Mild
E. HUTCHISON, -
UHUt J. JUKUl'J(N
rpilE Hawaiian Fruit
X pany, of Wailiiku,
& Taio Com.
purchased all the
Hiiht. title and in
tercut of His Majesty in the Allien Fruit
& Taro Company, will carry on the
samo and supply the best of Taro Kloui
as heretofore. ,
V. II. DANIFLS,
Honolulu, July 18, 1838. lid 3v
PIANO TO LET.
GOOD Instrument will be leased
for a verv clican rental, to a res.
pouslblo party. Apply to
1)1 lw Oil AS. T. GULIOK.
WANTS a situation as CooU and to
do General Housework'. Apply
to this OIUcc.
A YOUNG Eiifc'lbliman is in want of
a hltmulQti as lioolckeeper, Cashier
or General Clerk. Has had nine years
i.xperlcuco iu a stuamship ofllec. Char,
iieter and ahlllty vouched for. Address
"P. O. Hox -no." a lm
Baggage Express & Car.
riage Co. Telephones.
In o. 100. Stand; corner of
King streets. All orders
promptly atteuded to.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
In Dalbrigan, Mciiuos
Ucceived by last steamer a
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing
Which I oiler at
Bed Rock Prices
Received diicct from Now York and Philadelphia a Fine Line of
Gent's, Ladies' & Children's Shoes I
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Black Silk Hose !
Opposite Irwin & Co.
To close out a
Black Rhadamcs reduced from. $2 50 to $1 75.
Black Grosgrain reduced from $1 75 to 81 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from $3 00 to $2 00.
Ote Black Site ai Laces-Micel ii Projirtion.
AftSD SEE OUR
Proven to be the bust in
Antique Oak Bedroom Suits!
Magnificent and just the style.
ANTIQUE OAK DINING ROOM SETS
rJL1ho handsomest ever imported for the trade.
PH Sik " i
EASY COMBS IN SEVERAL
Latest Styles of
inh XO-L XTorl Street, Honolulu. " lj Jlj
Take Mice !
Mies' KnilM Menear
and India Gauze at a
fine and Klcgant Lino of
-o FOR THE o
two w.ede:e: g
and LACES !
the world for this climate.