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THURSDAY, JULY 2G, 18S8.
July 21 , , .
Stint-' It Bishop from n circuit around
Sehr.W S Down-, Minimi, 12 days from
fc'an f ranolsco
gtnir Ivaahi for Walaluaand Walitnac at
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
StnirWG J Mill for Lnliaiua, Jlaalaci,
Komi and Kan ut 10 h in
IJKtnc l oiimhjIo lor H m Finnclsco
btinrCll Bishop for n elieuit of Oaliu
nl D inn
Pin- Kauai, tier steamer .lames 51-ilsec,
July 2.1 lion li
it Dol , U Mmlillng,
Uco a i"
altcliild mid en( ami sot mil
OlllI'lS. , ...
l-'ioni Sun FiniicWco, per sehr W b
Bowne, Julv 25 Prof A b Mill r. V
Thompson, olin MacUie, M U Ovciulu,
15 Wagner and J no Wagner.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stun- Blsliop 1M0 bg.s rice.
Tim bark 11. 15. Murray was
at liedouuo on July Dili. ,
Gcur-o Rs has iccclved tliu con
tract fumi bpieckels Bio, to limnf-inn
the ship U'xamler iOCi.il into u bsiik.
Ahe. he woik Is completed the vc-sel
will make a M-en months voyage fiom
San Francisco to the miiiiuI to load luin
ber for Xcw castle, at wli ch port she
will load coal for Honolulu, lcturnliig
to San Krancibco with sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tun Kinau will t-tait on a volcano
tiip next Monday, at 4 o'clock v. si.
A CiiiNnsn vagrant was bcnt on
the loef for two niontlis this niOining.
Joi: Itodeiicks, who keeps u res
taurant near tho Fihh Market, wants
Tun steamers Kinau, Likeliko and
Mokolii will be due here Saturday
TiiitEB hundred hogs came by the
schooner V. Si. Bowne, last evening
for Wagner Bios.
p Anotiiku car for
Tramway Co. enme
by the Bowno
The Legislature met at 1 o'clock
this afternoon. Theic was no session
in the morning.
M. G. Comancho was released on a
$2000 bail by, Mr. Vivas, at 2 o'clock
Whistling: for police and cries of
"Haul in" wcio heard at Portuguese
town lafat evening, at 10 o'clock.
Tin: sailing of the mission schooner
Phebu Ghapnmn, has been postponed
until Tuesday next, July 31, at noon.
John F. Colburn it Co., Queen
street, have just icceivod a fiesh
supply of hay, grain, and Sperry's
With sadness it is repoitcd that
the health of Hon. S. G. Wilder does
not iinprovoj his condition is con
Tin: old boiler of the steamer Iwa
lani was taken out to-day and placed
on the beech ubtcrn of the U. S. S.
Vaudalia, out of tho way.
Mil. L. II. Lipman, traveling man
ager for Enoch Moigan's Sons Co.
New York, manufacturers of "Sapo
lio," is on a vit.il to these islands.
Job Morrill, at ono timo Port Sur
veyor for Honolulu, and a charter
member of Hai inony Lodge, died at
nt Los Gates, near Sun Jose, on Juno
20th, of aneuiisui.
T. U. Cautwiiioiit, II. Bostock, A.
J. Hopkins, J. Otis, F. Otis and three
others leave for tho Volcano by the
steamer Hall to-nionow morning.
Mr. J. S. Walker, whoso oHieo is
above Spreckels & Co.'s bank, is
agent for four Insurance Companies,
and is toady to tako liiu and muiino
The Wooden building on Merchant
street, fonneily occupied by Brown
& Co., will bu sold ut unction on
Saturday next, ut 12 noon, by Jus. F.
Catt. II. W. and Mis. Mist cele
brated their fcilxer wedding on Mon
day last, tho2Uid inst. They leceived
the congratulations of a largo circle
The baseball teams of tho "Vau
dalia" and the "Oinahii" aro ut
work piactising, Tho lirbt game of
their series is faot down for next
Tliuisday afternoon, at tho Mnkiki
The Hawaiian Hotel grounds will
bo illuminated with electtic lights
and colored l.iuteins dining the Band
concert thejo this evening. Tho par
lor will also bo placed ut the dibpos.nl
of those who dcsiio to danco.
Tim contract for carting tho Haw
aiian Tramway Co.'s mateiial front
tho ship Cookoi mouth, hub been
given to Messrs, Hebburd und Vida.
Tho bidding of tliu bevoral dtayiug
companies was very close,
CSTSlVaw Hats In great variety,
Embroidery (JliiMilile, Arrasene, Riu
boseuu, Lnilirohlery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades at tho
Tut: wardioom officers of tho U. S.
S. Omaha, entertained dipt, nml
Mrs. McNair and Consul and Mrs.
Liiino, last evening. After the din
ner, which was most sctiinptuotis, the
ship was brilliantly illuminated with
the electric lights, the working of
which was fully explained, to the
guests by Lieut. Murdock, who is
one of Prof. Edison's talented pupils.
EVENTS THIS EVENING,
Drill of Co. A Honolulu Rifles,
at 7:00 o'clock.
Complimentary band concert to
dipt. McNair and Olllcers of U. S.
S. Omaha, at the Ilwaiian Hotel, at
Meeting of the Debating Club in
the hall of Oaliu Lodge K. of P.,
Fort street, nt 7:!50 o'clock.
A farewell meeting of the Japanese
and others to Rev. Mr. Harris and
Rev. T. Shimizu, at Queen Emma
Hull, at 7:30 p. in.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nt 12 o'clock nonn.
one bay carriage hoise.
ENTERED INTO REST.
Entered into her rest this fnorn-
intr at 11:45, Mrs. Sarah
The funeral services will be held
at 40 Borctaiiia street, on Saturday
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.
THE BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a , concert this evening at
Hawaiian Hotel commencing at 7:3d
o'clock, complimentary to Captain
McNair and Olllcers of the U. S.
S. Omaha. Following is the pro
gramme: l'AKT I.
March Welcome. Srhild
Iutrodtici lun Cat men Bi.ei
Finale Loliengi in Wagner
Selection Faust Gounod
Jllkino.ia, Ainu Ilau me Kokohi.
Medley War Uccollections Beyer
Patrol Turkish Jlicha IN
Waltz Gypsy llaion btiaiiis
tatar Sii.uigle.l Banner.
. Florence Williams lectured
on "Schopenhauer," the last lecture
of a cniiise ot six, at llaimony hall,
on Tliuisday evening, to a binall au
dience, though lully five times n
many an Schopenhauer lectured to
for four years.
Schopenhauer was a German phi
losopher, and son of an authoress ol
considerable distinction. He was
born at Danzig in 1788, and died in
18G0. In 1813, lie published hi
iirst treatise, four volumes of seve
ral books each, and they remained
on the publisher's shelves unsold
for about forty years. Tho funda
mental doctrine of Schopenhauer is
that the only essential reality in
the universe is "will;" that what
arc called appearances exist only in
our subjective representations, and
arc merely forms under which the
single original will shows itself.
Schopenhauer was a melancholy pes
simist. He never married, and
never loved anything but his dogs
He and his mother could not live
happily in the same house. "It is
essential to my happiness," wrote
the mother, "to know that you are
happy, but not to sec Unit you are."
When the dust and cobwebs of forty
years had accumulated on Schopen
hauer's lirst works, the students ol
the rising generation, not being in
fluenced by Schopenhauer's bitter
adversaries, unearthed the publica
tions and now they are world fa
mous, disseminating the seeds ol
wisdom in every path ot life.
Late Fomp lews.
(Zy the Auilrblia.)
A rainstorm, which threatened to
be a cyclone, created a panic at
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, during the ce
lebration of the 4th of July.
Major Ilewett of New Voik, says
that four ycais hence the political
issue will bo restriction to immigra
tion. He wishes the American
party success in some of its dogmas,
but cannot endusse them all.
Powdcrly advises the boycott of
coffee until the corner in the beiry
is broken. He attributes the high
price and its adulteration to the ac
tion of the Coffeo Exchange in New
A terrible cyclone swept down on
a number of towns along the Omaha
and St. Paul Railroad, July 1th.
Ruthven was the llrst place struck
and it is impossible to estimate the
extent of damage done. Tliu storm
came up nt'pidly, having given no
premonition. The extent of terri
tory over which the storm swept was
about 100 miles in lengtlijand neatly
a mile in width.
Muyur Hewitt, in answer to the
question if hu would accept tho no.
initiation for the Presidency, ten
dered him by the Statu Convention
ot the Ameiicuii party at Sail Fran
cisco, said: "In ill not accept the
noiijinution for the Presidency un
der any circumstances at this time.
I am now 03 years of age anil have
Tho Aroado-EGAN & CO.
Leader of Low Prices,
made a fool of myself a great many
times during that long period, but I
am not going to niako such a fool of
myself as to accept this nomination
for the Presidency. I want the fact
well understood thai I am not a can
didate for the Presidency."
The contract for the construction
of the ship canal across the Isthmus
of Tehiiautepci', awarded to the At
lantic and Pacillc .Construction Co.
by the Eads Co. has been signed.
Bonds for tho construction of the
canal have been issued, and the
Presidents of the Eads and Con
struction companies started for Eu
rope to place them on the markets
there. They will be absent about
three months. This wot k of con
structing Hit' canal will begin when
Governor Morehouse has granted
Maxwell a respite ol twenty-one
days, but refused to commute the
death sentence. He reviewed the
case and uigu incuts in favor ol Exe
cutive clemency, and could Hud no
giouud for intctfeiiiig with the sen
tence of the Court. Maxwell re
ceived the news composedly, but
his mother and sister, who had en
leitainid hopes of his escape from
the gallows, were quite overcome.
The Governor's decision created no
surprise to those conversant with the
The reports of the German physi
cian concerning the dead Emperor's
case are published. They aie long,
tediously minute, and generally op
posed to Mackenzie's treatment.
Dr Bergmauu thinks Frederick's
life would have been saved had a
part of the vocal elnrd been cut out
according to his advice. Frederick
and his wife were willing the opera
tion should be performed. Berg
iiiaun also says he had niiccessfully
performed seven such operations in
The police arc unable to detect
ihc aulliois of the letters threaten
ing the life of the Emperor, which
continue to be received.
Emperor William, it is announced,
will visit King Humbert next Octo
ber, after an audience with Emperor
It is believed that after a definite
understanding wild Russia has been
established the Emperor will pio
pose to the European powers to re
duce their armaments.
It is staled that Germany is about
to adopt nioio stringent measures in
regard to the French citizens of
Olllcial dispatches from St. Peters
burg state that M. de Giers, the
Russian Prime Minister, has in
formed Sir R. D. Morier, British
Embassador, that after December
17th the Bulgarians may do anything
and everything they please, from
cutting each other's throats to de
claring their country an empire.
There will be a great naval dis
play August 3d, the occasion of the
German Emperor's visit, and other
demonstrations. The loyal yacht
will be escorted by the joint German
and Russian fleets.
King Milan of Scrvia has asked
the synod at Belgrade for a judicial
separation from Queen Natalie. The
ground for the request is insupera
ble aversion. The young Crown
Prince is to be brought back to Ser
via. The boy, who is 12 yea is old.
is at Weisbaden with his mother.
Austian statesmen arc compelled
by pailiamentary necessities to give
io the world liom time to lime some
statement of policy, and from the
speeches, in which Count Knlnnky
and Hcrr Tisza reply to interpella
tions, from similar speeches by
Signer Crispi and the English Minis
ter, nnd fiom occasional speeches or
articles of Piincc Bismarck, the
world has for many months gathered
the only trustworthy information
about flu; lelalions of the various
great powers. The gist -of the
utterances of these official sources,
this week, is that the causes of an
xiety which existed last winter, and
for aomo time previously, have not
been lenioved. The danger lies in
the general relations of the powers,
not in particular circu instances, and
the discord is rather between nations
than between cabinets. At present,
however, the cabinets are less uneasy
than they were. The uncertainty
may possibly be removed, buf it is
quite possible that it may last for
years, during which time any power
that cares to survive must bo aleit
Boiilan'gpr and Floquet fought a
duel with swords on Ihc lillh July.
Boulanger was severely wounded,
receiving a sword tin list in the
tin oat. Eloq net's injuries were
slight, in the hand and left breast.
The latest says that Uoulanger's
condition was favorable, hut the
doctors did not speak widi great
It has been discovered that the
enemies of De Lesseps have resort
ed to exti ernes to defeat the Canal
Lottery loan. A syndicate on Uic
Paris Bourso sent 500 telegrams an
nouncing the death of De Lesseps,
Paris join mils contain n full expose
of the maueiiveis of an important
financial concern to dcpiess the mar
ket and frighten off intending biib-t-ciibors,
The French Government
mid policu are investigating' the
Cablegrams from IheCapoof Good
Hope icport thai a buttle was fought
between the Zulus and English reg
ulars. The Zulu chief, Ishigaua,
was routed after six hours of HgUt-
. . . f-,l...l.l t .
OiT"! intuit Minn i:inimnrr nnii nnr i
nisliing Goods, Huts, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to the Leaders of
Cheap Prices, the AiiCAUn.
ing. Tltcro wero 6evoro losses ou
An attacha of tho British Foreign
Office said to-day that tho Govern
ment had positive information that
tho White Pasha reported in the
province of Bahr-cl-Ghagcl, march
ing on to Khartoum, is undoubtedly
the explorer, Henry M. Stanley.
The Foreign QfHoe, ho stntcs, lms
had knowledge all alng of some
such intention as this on Stanley's
pait, and that the real object of the
expedition at tho last moment was
not the relief of Emin Bey, who
needed no immediate aid, but the
rescue of Lupton Bey, Slatin Bey,
Neiifcld, a German, aud several
other Europeans, whose terrible
sufferings nt Khurtouin were made
known to the Government at that
-July 25, 1888.
The House opened nt 1 p. m.
President W. R. Castle in the Chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
Iir.rOKT OF COMMITTEES.
Rep Pachaolc reported from the
Education Committee to whom was
referred the petition to amend the
Sunday law, stating that the rules of
the House do not admit of another
bill of this nature being introduced
this session, as a former bill had
been indefinitely postponed. Adopt
ed. He also reported front the same
Committee on the petition from
Ilonuaula niaving that a school
house be built in that district. The
Committee finds that thoro are two
school houses in that district now,
and therefore recommend the matter
he ruferrcd to the Boaid of Educa
tion, and the petition laid on the
Also from the same Committee on
petition to abolish tuition fees in
English schools, and reducing the
time of compulsory attendance at
school, recommending that the pray
ers be granted.
Noble Townscnd reported from
the Education Committee on the bill
to amend section 20 of the Act to
repeal chapter 10 of the Civil Code,
and to regulate the Bureau of Pub
lic Instruction, offering an amend
ment to the bill. The repnit was
accented and laid on the table to be
considered with the bill.
Nob'e Baldwin reported from the
Finance Committee, on the condi
tion and finances of all the depart
ments of tho GoTernment during
the last biennial period. As this
was a lengthy report it was not read
but referred to the Printing Com
mittee with instructions to have it
Minister Thurston presented a re
port front the special committee to
whom were referred sections 12 and
115 of the pounds and estray bill,
recommending several amendments.
The report was accepted and laid on
the table to be considered with the
Rep. Kalaukoa reported from the
special committee to whom was rc
feircd the item of $43,000 for the
Pali Road, recommending that 610,
000 be inserted in the Appropria
tion Bill. The report was accepted
und laid on the table to be consider
ed with the Appropriation Bill.
Rep. F. Brown reported from t'jc
special committee to whom was re
ferred the pay of the police on the
several islands, and also civil and
ciimiiial expenses. The committee
submit an itemized bill of salaries
which they propose to submit to the
Marshal. The report was laid on
the table to be considered with the
Rep. F. Biown reported from the
Printing Committee several reports
piintcd and ready for distribution.
HESOI.UTIOXS AMI BILLS.
Rep. Muguire read a first time a
bill to regulate the slaughter and
sate of beef. Referred to Printing
Minister Ashford rend a first timo
two bills, one relating to the import
ation and sale of opium. The other
relating to bail. Referred to Print
Rep Pachaolo read a first timo a
bill to regulate the conduct of Ko
kuas. Referred to Printing Com
mittee. OIIDEIl OF THE DAY.
Second reading of the bill to
amend the Act relating to commis
sioners of private ways and water
lights, Passed to engrossment to
bo rend a third timo on Saturday,
Third reading of tho bill to ex
tend the franchise for the Honolulu
street railway. Passed.
Thiid reading of the bill to regu
late proceedings in bankruptcy.
Second leading of the pilot bill.
The Committee ou Commerce in their
report recommended that this bill
be laid on tho table. Tho report of
tho, committee was adopted
Second reading of the bill author
ising the erection of leper hospitals
on tliu other islands. The bill was
laid on the tabic.
Second reading of the bill to re
peal the "Act to mitigate." Tle
Sanitary Committee recommended
the iudclluito postponement of this
bill. Their report was adopted,
Second reading of tho bill to re
Hrt7A lwi At.f. ..... .n.l nntl Into I
J5GT At the AitcAtn: you can buy
White nnd Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
establish tho boundary commission.
Passed to engrossment to be read a
third time on Saturday.
Second reading of tho bill to
amend tho Honolulu water rates
Act. Passed to engrossment to be
read a third lime on Saturday.
Second reading of tho bill to pro
vide for Hawaiian children learning
to read nnd write Hawaiian. Refer
red to Education Committee.
Second reading of the bill abolish
ing tuition fees in Government
schools except in certain cases.
The IIouso adjourn until 1 p. m.
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XoticeiKtultrt'it head are ch rgctl 10 cell
tier line for thtfint inttrtlon, and S c ntiptr line
tiery additional Insertion.
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LLGISLATUnE OF 18B8. 'The Dally
and Weekly Bulletin" c nitains tho
on'y correct and reliable repoilH of the
proceed I tips of tho piescut LeiiU'nluie.
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another lot of Hat IMIILADBM III
liiVOEK UEIK" in kcg, which they
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AWAIIAN Fruit A Tiro C . Gii".
tlenicii: I li.iv1 made n tlicmlcal
exumiuatioii of tho sample of Tnro Plout
which you have suhmitlcd to mc and
find Unit 6111110 U cnliielv free from nnv
injurious mbslance whatever. Yours
veiy truly, Gen. W. Smith, Andyst.
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The 10th Annual
INVENTORY SALE !
Prior to taking stock we will
ENTBRE STOCK !
SO cts on tie Dollar!
Itemcmbci this is a
Ami look out for Uniguiiw,
Chas, J. Pishel,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
FOR 30 PAYS
I have for snlo a large quantity of vain,
able Miific, coiiBlstliiK of
I'luno rici-CN, l'lano V Violin,
Organ, Vocal Music
AND A 1T.W
The property of a gentleman li living uio
031 Oor. Fort S; (Juceu its, t w
tffiU MS! K5 t&
sra mi ?s ;a a fJ M ?h B 9 B
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353 2'H in f,j tbT U I s S3 H rl
If a a sLL Hi S HwMwii 1
w t s". m ra situ hi nn n i. c u ri w. 32 m m h
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
In Balbrigan, Merinos and India Gauze at a
Received by last steamer u 1'ine and Elegant Lino of
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing
Which I oiler at
Bed Rock Prices
Ucccived direct front New York and Philadelphia a Fino Lino of
Gent's, Ladies' & Children's Shoes !
C5KEAT 15AKGALXS IN
Ladies' Black Silk Hose !
Opposite Irwin & Co.
g iNEsaer two w jrassEzs -a
To cloe out a consignment of
FRENGH SILKS and LACES !
Black Rhathmes reduced from &2 50 to &1 75.
Black: Grosgrain reduced from $1 75 to 81 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from S3 00 to $2 00.
Otter M Sffis ai L
79 & 81 Kii Street
ISutvuxiccs IVom King;- nnd Mere limit St.
Every description of woik in tliu above lines performed in a flrst.clag manner.
Aiso, Korse Shoeing a Specialty.
JSTttell TelepUnnn, 107tSa (mrh 1.88-ly) tSUell Telephone, 107
For Sale Cheap !
JOI I0TT, Io.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Gliandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
Houno Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING-, TIN, COPJSE A&D
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
Take Notice !
- - Mrt ii ProBortion.
oil Rose Premises.
For Sale Cheap ! .
Edinburgh '& Queen Streets.
8 Kilnigmi Street.
i isSsliL. J.'M$iJbw, .&
n.-Yja iiU' ,frfi .i- . 1njrfttMlfarnd. J