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BSTDo not fall to call nt tho
Aucade and examine the Splendid
fctock of Embroidered Suits at re
Embroidery Chenille, Arrascne,
bosene, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades at tho
Leader of Low Prices,
in tjrcivt variety, Tho ArCado EGAN & CO. ffSrOcutg iTltio Clotbiug antt Fur- "Al Iko Awwpu jrott can buy H
Rib- .WWl3nnrt. Hnt. Uhnr. .Trunin. V u,w UU VIOrea MCCS at priCCS W
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Valises, Etc., go to the Leader of i,ave uover t,cen 0ffcreii s0 ci,cap ' W
Cheap Prices, the Aucadu. before iu this Kingdom. 9
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a tin $itTIitfitt
9ehr Lavlnla from Ewu
Ship Dnnlel Barnes from Newcastle,
July 27 , , ,r ,
Stmr W Q Hall for Laliaiua, Maalnca,
Koiit. and Knu nt 10 a 111
llKtnc Conuelo for Sun Fianclsco
Btinr C It Uhhop for a circuit of Oaliu
at a am
For the Volcano and way ports, per
stmr W G Hall, July 27 For the Vol
cano: T 15 Canwrlsht, II Uostock, A J
Hopkins, F Otis, Mr Llnman, Dr llille
braud and wife, Mis Hilkbraiid.J Otis.
For way ports: Mrs T C Wills and
daughter, Mrs Knhaclewiii, M l'alko
and wife. J D I arl, J Kauhane, Miss
Finkler, r. D Baldwin, Alex Slay, Mrs
A Beiger and daughter, T J llnyseldcn,
A Gottcnberjj and 75 deck.
The tup; Elcu wont on the Maiino
Hallway this morning to be cleaned.
The 'briguntinc Consuclo sailed this
noon for San Fraucisco,taklng 1,200 bpjs
of rice, 1,707 bgs of sugar, and 7C bbls
of molusscs. value, $18,030.
The schr Lavlnla arrived from Ewa
this morning v, 1th a load of bananas for
theS S Australia.
mjumiiiw iB'ii'm mMm
DICKSON In this city, on Thius
dny, July 2Cth, Mrs Sarah Dickson,
aged 80 years and 8 months, formerly
of Iioslon'aud t inelnnati. U S. A.
fl- Boston, 1 inciuuati and Los An
geles papeis will please copy.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Waiai.ua has been
rain dining this week.
The nrrcstB of tho forenoon were
a Chinaman and a native for an
The foundation for the Hawaiian
Tramways Co.'s c.n-house, near King
street bridge, Iuib assumed shape.
The pound wagon is doing splen
did work, and now submban resi
dents can slumber peacefully.
Manuel Gomes Comancho's caso
of manslaughter in 2nd degree, will
come up in the Police Court to
morrow. The Iwalani's old boiler has been
placed on tho reef, s-o as to make an
excellent taiget for rifle practice for
the war ships.
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A meeting of Geo. De Long Post
G. A. It., is called for 4 o'clock on
Saturday afternoon. A full atten
dance is requested.
Messrs. E. Hutchinfeon, M. A.
Gonsalvcs, and M. A. Peixot, arc Mr.
Comaucho'e bondsmen, and the
amount of bail $3,000.
Mu. W. I. Bishop's seance was
postponed fiom yesteulay afternoon
to Satuulay night, at the same place,
The Temple of Fashion has some
thing novel in preparation. An an
nouncement of what it is will appear
en the 31st of the month.
Col. W. F. Allen will act, under
power of attorney, for Mr. G. E.
Boardman, during tho hitter's ab
absence fiom the Kingdom.
The rental of the lower floor of the
light houe at Lahaina was 6old at
auction the other day to Messrs.
Campbell and Isenbcrg, at tho upsot
price of $80 per annum.
Water rate payers arc invited to
take notice of tho hours set by the
Superintendent of Water Works for
irrigating purposes, and to bear in
mind that the regulation will be en
forced. A laiioe company attended the
St. Louis College Band concert, on
tho college grounds, yesterday after
noon. The music, which was pro
duced in tho open air under tho
trees, was superb.
The four-masted bark Omco, in
utead of using stono ballast, has two
tanks which hold about GOO tons of
water, in hor hold. When bho loads
with coal sho fills her balhiBt tanks,
and when sailing under ballast the
tanks aio filled with bca water.
Mn. Vivas, at tho oHco of Mr. A.
Magoon, is agent for tho Hall type
writer. This is a very ncnt little in
strument, with certain features pecu
liar to ithelf. It is also cheap. Mr.
Vivas will bo pleaded to show anil
explain its workings to anyono inter
ested. The Debating Ulub met last nip;ht,
and concluded tho debate on Free
Trade and Protection. "Would it bo
advantageous for tho country to havo
Cabinet Ministers elected for consti
tuencies?" was tho subject agreed
upon for next meeting. Dr. Kodgers
and Mr. N. Logan will lead on oppo
Thj: Minister of Intciior requests
all perfcons licensed to puifonn tho
marriage coromuuy to forward to tho
Interior Olllco infoimatioii, 1st, of
the dato of their licence, 2nd, whether
licensed for the Kingdom or for an
island or district, 3ul, piebcut placu
of residence. The object aimed at
ia a joviBJoi) of tho iccord.
Ikti:kkstino reading matter on the
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Tun Hawaiian Business Agency
is authorized to collect accounts for
Mr. A. M. llcwclt.
A ruBNtBiir.n cottage of three or
four rooms within ton minutes' walk
of the Post Ofliee, is wanted.
Tun Alameda, from Australia and
New Zealand, is just coming to the
wharf as wo go to press.
Tin: contract to shoe Government
horses has been awarded to MuLancat
$1.75 per set. Morgan's bid was
$1.1)0, Wilson's $2.00, and Cayford's
Thk ofllccrs of the Reciprocity
Sugar Company are: J. S. Walker,
Piesident; W. It. Castle, Vice Presi
dent; E. I. spalding, Secretary and
Auditor; W. G. Irwin, Treasurer;
Directors, G. W. Maefarlane, E. D.
Tonncv, W. II. Cummings, J. D.
Holt, and W. II. Daniels.
Thk Band concert, complimentary
to Captain McNair and oflicers of tho
U. S. S. Omaha, at the Hawaiian
Hotel, last evening, was exception
ally brilliant. The music was of the
best quality, and a very large con
course of people was thero to enjoy
it. The Hotel grounds, as well as
the building, wero illumined by in
candescent electric lights. Dancing
in tho parlor succeeded the concert.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Pacific Degree Lodge
D. of R. in Excelsior Hall, at 7:30
Meeting of Hawaiian Tribe No.
1,1. O. R. M., in the hall of Oahu
Lodge, K. of P., at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of Hawaiian Council No.
G89, American Legion of Honor, in
Harmony Hall, at 7:30 o'clock.
Religious services at St. Andrew's
CaHiedial, at 7 o'clock.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual Saturday evening en
tertainment will lie held at the Y.
M. C. A. hall, under the
auspices of the Blue Ribbon League.
Following is the programme:
Piano Solo Mhs Lottie Parmalec
Heading Miss II. L. Kimball
Song Miss M. Lishnian
Recitation Miss Eva L White
Song M iss Ollyiini M cUhcsncy
Biioxltemaiks Hon. II. Watci house
and Piesident H. II. Gowcn.
Seats free, everybody welcome,
no collections taken up. Ice cream
after the entertainment at Hart's
Mr. E. R.
Ryan has about com-
pleted tho construction of a new
sloop yacht. This yacht will be
launched Monday afternoon. She
is 24 feet over all, 9 feet beam, 3
feet 1 inch deep, and is about 3if
tons measurement. Her keel is of
wood. And though her beam seems
rather great, yachtmen say that she
will sail fast enough to tow the
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Major II. F. Ilebbard of tho First
Battalion called a meeting of the
Second Battalion, at the old Armory
last evening. The meeting was
called to order, and Adjutant Geo.
McLeod acted as secretar3r. Some
preliminary business having been
gone through with, the election of
officers of the Second Battalion fol
lowed. Sam. Nowlein was elected
Major; II. Kaaha, Adjutant; L. J.
Nahora Ilipa, Quarter-master; G.
L. Desha, Ordnance Officer, and
Dr. F. L. Miner, Surgeon. After
the foregoing election, the Leleio
hoku Guards elected their ollleers.
W. S. Wond was re-elected Captain,
A. Smith was elected First Lieuten
ant, and W. -Widdifield, Second
Lieutenant, vice, in the two latter
cases, J. I. Dowsett, Jr., and R. W.
JAMES JACKSON JARVES DEAD.
James Jackson Jarves, author of
a well known history of the Ha
waiian Islands, is dead, as will be
seen from tho following, clipped
from a Chicago paper of July 1st:
Boston, June 30. A cablegram
has been received in this city an
nouncing the death of James Jack
son Jarves, the famous art critic, at
Tarasp, Switzerland, Thursday. He
was a native of Boston, where he
was horn in 1820; he had travelled
extensively in South America, and
in 1840 established the first paper
ever published in Honolulu, which
became tho olllcial paper of tho Ha
waiian Islands, and he was after
ward special commissioner of the
Hawaiian Government. For many
years ho resided in Florence, where
ho was engaged in making ait col
lections. Several of these collec
tions arc now iu this country. He
was a voluminous writer on arts and
other subjects. Mrs. Jarves died
in August last. Two daughters
There was a goodly numbor of
Japanese and of other friends, gath
ered in Queen Fmmn hall, last oven
ing, to bid good-bye to Kev. M. C.
Harris, the Superintendent of tho
Japancso Mission in San Francisco.
His visit to the Islands was with tho
object of making anangements for
the permanent organization of tho
work undertaken by the young men
of that Mission for tho better evan
gelization of tho Japanese laborers,
now numbering over 4,500. His
largc-hcartcduess and enthusiastic
dovotcdncss to Christian work have
endeared him to many who have
had the pleasure of making his ac
quaintance in his brief stay among
us. He lias not only successfully
accomplished the object of his visit,
but has had the privilege of partici
pating in many of the interesting
scenes that have been witnessed
since his arrival.
Brief addresses were made by
Rev. Dr. Hyde, Rev. Dr. Beckwith,
Chief Justice Judd, General Secre
tary Fuller, Mr. Taro Ando, Rev.
K. Miyaina and Rev. Mr. Harris, as
also Rev. T. Shiinizu, who in the in
terests of Japanese evangelization
has visited all the plantations on the
different islands, and now returns
to San Francisco, called back for a
timo by other engagements there.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
At 10 a. mT,
at his salesroom, re-
gular cash sale nt which a large
and varied assortment of merchan
dise will bo offered. And at the
same time and place, the goods
and chattels of II. Barber, taken in
destrain for rent by D. F. San
ford. bv j. v: MOUGAN.
At 12 o'clock noon on the pre
mises, the wooden building former
ly occupied b- Brown & Co., Wine
and Spirit Merchants.
At the same time at his sales
room, Mortgagee's sale of 1-7 h.
p. Engine, Dynamo and many
other electtic appliances, being the
stock and fixtures of A. B. Fisher,
Also at noon, apples, pears,
plums, potatoes, etc.
MR. L. J. LEVEY'S AUCTION
Mr. Lewis J. Levey, auctioneer,
whose business premises are at the
coiner of Fort and Queen streets,
has lately effected changes in his
salesroom, for convenience in carry
ing on his business. The partition
which formally separated the premi
ses into two rooms has been remov
ed, thus making one very large
room, capable of accommodating
hundreds of people at a sale. On
entering the room, cither at the
Queen street or the Fort street door,
every pait is in view at once. Coun
ters are conveniently placed for ex
hibiting goods for inspection. An
office is railed off, not walled in, at
a corner of the room. Abundance
of space, outside of the counters,
office, and other necessary fixings is
allowed for the accommodation of
tho public. Light and ventilation
in all parts are well provided for.
It is a remarkably cool room. If
convenience for carrying on business
is going to create an increase, Mr.
Levey may look for considerable ex
pansion. THE SUGAR TRUST IN TROUBLE.
The Sugar Trust again finds it
self in troubled waters and is now
facing the prospect of what inaj
prove exceeding inconvenient and
expensive litigation. The Attorney-General
of this state has
given his opinion that the Trust
has been created and is now being
operated in violation of the existing
law of the state, anil that it is liable
to prosecution under the statute.
All that is required is that an act
ion be brought, and it is estimated
that this will be done on behalf of
the people by the Attorney-General.
The Trust has not made itself popu
lar, and its management, however
successful from a business point of
view, lias been neither wise nor dis
creet, and outside of those who are
dependent upon its bounty it has
but few friends. Nevertheless it is
a powerful organization and will
light hard to maintain its existence.
N. Y. Shipping List.
DEATH OF MRS. DICKSON.
Mrs. Sarah Dickson, whose death
was announced yesterday, had al
most rounded out a life of fourscore
years and ten. Born in Boston,
November 11, 1798, she manicd in
1825, to dipt. Joshua Dickson.
After his death, when her son,
Joshua G. Dickson, of the long es
tablished lumber firm of Lowers &
Dickson, now Lowers & Cooke, de
cided to make a home for himself in
Honolulu, she came in 1807 to live
with him, and was one of the chief
attractions of that happy home. Her
loving interest in others' welfare,
and eppcclallv in the happiness of
the young, endeared her to many
hearts, who will hear of Grandma
Dickson's death with many a heart
pang as they think of that pleasant
home now no longer cheered and
brightened by her winsome ways
and her kindly speech. But the
going out of the life was in perfect
keeping with its whole tono and
spirit. As the infirmities of age
crept upon her, one after another of
her old ways of doing things was
given up. For several wooks she
had not left her bed, but lay quietly
with shut eyes and slowly failing
breath. ''We thought her dying
when sho slept, and sleeping when
she died." Feebler and feeblor
dickered the pulse of life, fainter
and fainter grew tho whispers of
hopeful lov and unwavering trust
in tho Saviour on whom she loaned,
passing into tho Valley of the Sha
dow of Death, fearing no ovil, mind
ful to tho last of family and friends
on earth, till tho heavonly homo and
its blessedness that knows naught
of sorrow or loss opened to recoivo
SUPREME COURT JULY TERM.
BEFORE rrESTON, J.
Monday, July 23.
The Court opened at 10 a. m.
Foreign jurors in attendance. At
12 noon a recess is taken until 1
The King vs. Ah Mung, gaming.
Defendant's appeal from the
Police Court, Honolulu. Defendant
is called three times and failing to
appear, his bail is declared forfeited
and his appeal dismissed.
Deputy Attorncy-Goucral A. P.
Peterson for the Crown ; V. V. Ash
ford for defendant.
The King vi. Ah Hang and Ah
Defendants appeal from Polico
Court, Honolulu. Defendants and
their bondsmen arc called three
times and failing to appear their
bail is declared forfeited and their
appeal is dismissed.
Deputy Attorney-General A. P.
Peterson for the Crown ; V. V. Ash-,
ford for defendants.
Charles Larson vs. J. T. Water
house et. al., executors of the estate
of J. D. Mills deceased, assumpsit.
Claim upon first count, 81,268,
claim upon second count, 237,50.
The latter Is on oral motion of plain
tiff stricken out. Being tried be
fore a foreign jury.
C. Creighton for plaintiff ; W. O.
Smith for defendants.
Tuesday, July 21.
The Court opened at 10 :04 a. va.
Foreign jurors in attendance, and
at 10 :25 a. m. takes a recess until
1 p. m.
TnuRSDAY, July 26.
The Court opened at 10 A. m.
Foreign jurors in attendance, and
those not required to-day arc re
cused for the remainder of the term.
James W. Gay vs. Joseph P.
Mendonca, Action of Covenant.
New trial, limited to the question of
the amount of damages, ordered by
decision of full court of June 5,
1888. Being tried by Foreign jury.
A. S. Hartwell, for plaintiff ; F. M.
Hatch, for defendant.
BUFOKE JUDD, C. J. ; H'COLI.Y, I'RHS
TOX, HICKEKTONT AND DOLE, J. J.
The Corrt opens at 10:10 a. in.
Banco hearing finished at 11:25 a.
m., and Court then adjourn until 10
a. m. to-morrow.
The King vs. S. Herbert Reeve,
larceny of cattle.
Defendant's exceptions from 3rd
Circuit Coiut, May Term, 1888.
Defendant's motion of July 25,
1888, for a new trial or reversal of
proceedings and stay of sentence.
Decision is reserved upon prosecu
tion's oral motion to dismiss defend
ant's motion for new trial, etc.
Deputy Attorney-General A. V.
Peterson for the Crown ; A. S. Hart
well for defendant.
The King vs. Lum Hung and Ah
Hoy alias Ah Chee, gaming.
Defendants cxeptions from April
Term, 1888. After hearing argu
ments of the respective counsel the
matter is submitted.
Deputy Attorney-General A. F.
Peterson for the Crown ; II. N. Cas
tle for defendants.
II. B. Nnhinu vs. D. Kaloa, hill
to set aside a deed.
Defendant appeal's from the Cir
cuit Court of the 3rd Judicial Cir
cuit, held at Hilo, Hawaii.
Plaintiff's motion of July 5, 1888,
for dismissal of appeal is allowed.
No appearance for or of either
plaintiff or defendant.
Case calendar No. 42. McChes
noy vs. Wong Chun Kee, and mo
tions will be heard. It will be the
last day of the July Term.
White Bros.' Port. Ceieiit,
Coal Tar, StocMm Tar,
F. W. StapleB,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. 1 Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc.
i'ok ham: ii v
H. Hackfeld & Co.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have just rcuoived at Austmlia
anothor lot of lliat " I'HILADEM'HIa
LAOKH UEEK" In kegs, which they
are offering to their easterners. 02 lw
BUSINESS ITEMS. '
Jt'ottcf undtr Ihli hetti are chtiip'd 10 etntt
per Unfor the first lncrtton, and 6 ctnti per lint
eiery aiilUenal (nwrffon.
TOB PRINTING of all kindi ex
cuted at tho Daily Bulletin Ofllrc
rFHE DAILY BUlTETlN-Tho
I mol popular pnper tmhllRhpri.
nPHE DAILY BULLETIN Is a live
X evpulug paper. 50 cent per month.
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL advcrtJBO It in the Daily Bullktin.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kenr of Lucas Mill.
The 10th Annual
INVENTORY SALE !
Leading Milliuery House
Prior to taking Etock we will
50 cts on tie Dollar!
Remember this is a
O.A.SJEI ST-iE: !
And look out for Bargains.
Ghas. J. Fishel,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
I have for sale a large quantity of valu
able Music, consisting of
Piano Pieced, Piano & Violin,
Organ, Vocal Music
AND A FEW
The property of a gentleman leaving the
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
1)01 Cor. Fort & Queon rt. lw
Bell Tel. 172.
Mutual Tel. 300.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Fire Proof Stone Building,
42 Merchant Street
General Commission Merchants
Gfljiernl Agency for Ilaw'n IslnmU
tf o the
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at Boston with tho Azores
Through tickets giauttd from Honolulu
to all points Kubt.
Merchandise stored aud sold ou coin,
mission. Consignments solicited.
Shipping and Custom House Business
Hooks and Accounts kept and audited.
Properties leused, rented and sold,
Legal documents drawn,
TEUDI E AE Eneuifni i m
I LITI1 LL. I0B 1 ritflllUll i
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
QlTLookoiit for our
which will appear next
FHB1 SHU i Ms hhhmixi
d. LnnLllJll, Od & 09 TUB I di
Opposite Irwin & Co.
NEXT TWO TJESEIS:
To close out a consignment of
FRENCH SiLIS and LACES !
Black Rhadames reduced from $2 50 to SI 75.
Black Grosgrain reduced from $1 75 to SI 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from $3 00 to $2 00.
Oilier M Sis ai Law
79 & 81 Hi Street,
Entrauee iVom Kinjr
Every description of work in the above lines performed in a flrst-clnss manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
CSBcll Telephone, Ki7- (mrh 1-83-ly) ESfBcll Telephone, 107"
For Sale Cheap !
iv'-arrrwr"' r ,. ft - ;, ... ... -n -i-Tr
Granite, lion and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
Mouse Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPJfER
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
Tuesday, July 31st.
- Mri in Pronortion.
Olil lie Premises.
aia IVIerclmiit St.
N TANKS !
For Sale Cheap !
Edinburgh & Queen Streets.
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