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JCGTDo not fall to call nt tho
Aiiomje nncl examine tho Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits nt re
TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1888.
S S Pelo from Ilnmnkun
Ship II riluist'V, t'.I days from Now
estle, N S W.
Stmr iMiknhala foT Kauai nt B p in
Stmr Likcllko for Kalmhil nml Maui at
r p in
Stmr Wnialcalo for Kauai at 5 ji in
S 3 Autiulla lor Run Francttco
Sehr l'liocbc (Jhannuii for Taliltl
JKaTStraw Hals In great variety,
Embroidery Chenille, Arrasenc, Rib
bosene, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades at the
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EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. B Honolulu Rifles,
at 7:30 o'clock..
Meeting of commissioned ofllcers,
Honolulu Rifles, at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of Excelsior Lodge No.
1 1. 0. 0. F. in its hall, Fort street,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho Aroade-EGAM & CO.
For Tahiti, per schooner I'hebc Chap
man. .July :itS Banger, W H Wcbur
ami A J Ondncy.
For iMaui ami Hawaii, por steamer
Kliiau. July UO -For Volcano: SK Da
mon, Mrs Uouoin, MM L Caiupbrll,
Mrs Bond, M IJumI, Dr J Molt Smith
and wife, Mr Hudson, S Sachs, Lieut
Mardock, Dr elms Dr Gr;i es ..ml wife,
M. T L'oiliiin, Mis Solium, S M Damon
and wife, Miss .May Damon, 11 Damon,
Miss l'.uuihlJ udd and Miss Helen Judd.
For Hilo and way ports: 0 l'lhiuala,
Mls.3 Uurtlu Smithies. Miss Ilolsu-lu,
Miss Helen ftiffciy, F Xorthnip, 1 Jar
rat and two chllUien.'J Maisden, Mis
J V Kami, Miss V Kalua, A Incus,
Miss lt.unaul, li II W ebb. wife aud two
children, ,.iss M Babcoek, Miss . yman,
F a JL) m in and wife, W L Hose, Mis
lluupp and cblld.
For San Francisco, per S S Aintral'a.
July 31st Win bavidge, Mrs Henry
Bcigerand-l cliildien, Miss L llrick
wood, Mis Dudolt, A. Iss i ornuy, Geo h
Boaidiimti and wife, A. W i'leice and
wlf.-. Miss.es Fii-'eis (2) Mi-s M Brown,
A Blown. O K i.ionl . J T Hod don, J
A Scott, Mrs Capt Blown, Mrs K li
Fiiyeiweatberand U eliildien, Miss B
Parke, M-s 1C Itipley, Mrs K S Uunlia
and child, Sirs J 1 liowsctt and il ligh
ter, Sirs Watcibury, SHsse A and E
Dowsett. Win Foster and w fc, Sirs SI
L Hall, S stapens, Sister Bonaveniuru,
SItcr Charles, Sirs Kundsen and 1!
datightuitf, Sirs J Blown, .1 K Biown, J
B Hopkins, Sir .1 T Waterhoiise, o A
Peterson, wife-and 2 eliildien, Hoiace
Hall, Sliss Burn in, Sli.ss Sloo.ir, II J
Agnew. wife and child, Sliss .-tmtir, K
Ii .Marshall, SlKs M Cummins. K 1
Cornwoll, Hon C iicrtelinann, J Emer
son, Sir ami Sirs Tikier. Steerage: -'.
B i otticll, 1 Louis, wife and 2chll lien,
J Bicker, II Wickman, wife and a' elill
ren, JlisSl Foibcs and child, E Con
radt and wife, E T Higin, wife and
child, Mrs O'ltielly and 3 ehlldien, H
Edwards, A Slonaff, 11 I.ampson, II
Han is, wife and dm Iftcr. Sliss A 1 1 il
ler,Jas alters, SI Ball, U Luonaids, G
- S Hairis, King Dade, 1 Jap, 15 Chinese,
jmd 45 Portuguese.
The Hawaiian schooner Phebe Chap
man sailed this afternoon for Tahiti,
taking ballast, Moies, provisions and 2
The S - Australia took for San Fran
cisco this noon 12,50'J bags sugar, 2,134
bags lice, 3,050 bunches of bananas,
G'J3 bdls goat skiu, 3 bdls sheep skins,
24 bbls tallow. 318 bdls sugar cane,
IS boxes fruit and 5 bags coffee. Value
LOCAL & GENERAL NEVS.
Don't forget that tho water from
the Nuuanu icscrvoir will be shut off
Attention is directed to the
special spread of tho Temple of Fash
ion in this issue.
Mnssns. J. E. Biown & Co. adver
tise to lot a 5-ioomed cottage, corner
King and South btraets, near Kawai
A Chinaman was fined $200 in tho
Police Court this morning for telling
liquors without a license. Other
cases wero remanded.
The annual meeting of Waima
nalo Sugar Co, will be held at 9
o'clock to-morrow morning, in tho
office of A. J. Cartwright.
During the month of August there
will be no meeting of ttic St. An
drew's Church Association, owing to
bo many members being absent.
Gkatei'ui. and lefreshing showers
fell during last night. Famishing
gardens and withuiing grass plots
were temporarily lovived; hut they
cry for more.
Mn. T. S. Westhrook, a young man
employed by Mr. Tinker, lost his
purse on King street or Waikiki
load, between tho hours of 7 and 9
o'clock, this morning, containing
$580 in Amciican paper money.
Mr. Wcbtbrook will givo $!!0
to anybody returning tho lost money
It is witli unfeigned pleasure that
tho Bum.i:tin joins with thu "Adver
tiser" in sincere acknowledgments
of tho kind and- unvarying
courtesy of the clerks of tho Supremo
Court Mr. Foster, Mr. II. Smith
and Mr. Itoist towards tho press.
They are always ready and willing
to lender absistauco to .any member
of tho picss who .applies to thoin for
information in their dopaitment.
Eaiily last ovening a flash of tiro
reflected thiough a window of a room
at thu Pantheon Stables. A man
named Murphy had a quantity of
powder, which ho was mixing with
somo other substance to niako a
halve, whon tho combustible wont
off. Murphy's hands wero a littlo
burnt, otherwiKi ho was not hurt.
Tho suddon lluio of light startled
a few mitsideis, who expected to
hear a cuy of liro any moment, but
they weio disappointed.
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
Following is the list of prizes dis
tributed to scholars at St. Louis
College, on Friday, July 27:
General good conduct and appli
cation, according to rank of merits.
Seniors John Crowdcr, I J. Peter,
Jesse Makainai, James Thompson,
l)av. lloapili, V. Spencer, Fred
Bccklcy, llilarion Kanakcawc, Ah
Fook, Win. lloapili, Solomon Kalui
opu, Henry Mahia, Zcru Kakina,
Win. Cuelho, Eus. Kekehena, Wm.
Kaae. II. Mika, Jas. P. Lino, Lelc-
opu Kanoa, E. Ilaikulani, Akoni
Sylva, Richard Lane, Giov. Long,
Carlos Long, Remi Obcda, John
Duncan, F. Rebello, Jas: Lane, A.
K. Jones, Ed. Simmons.
Juniors lloapili Makainai, Chas.
Christian, Jos. P. Lino, Pio Vieira,
Chas. Hopkins, Oliver Messburg,
M'li Anton, Jos. Manu, 11. Apiko,
Drawing 1, Wm. Kaae; 2, Zeru
Kakina and Jesse Makainai.
Music 1, Jas. Lloyd and Thos.
Sylva; 2, Jno. Lane, C. Long, II.
General good conduct and appli
cation Wm. Cuelho, Jas. Lloyd,
Thos. Sylva, lr. Grace, Jesse Ma
kainai, Jas. Thompson, Jas. Holt,
Ben Peter, E. Kekehena, Sol. Salci-
opu, Wm. lloapili, V. Spencer, Pat.
Natural Philosophy 1st, Solomon
Kaleiopu; 2d, Wm. Cuelho; distin
guished, Jas. Thompson.
History and Geography 1st, Ja9.
2d, Fr. Grace ; distinguished, Jas.
Chemistry 1st, Cuelho; 2d, Sol.
Kaleiopu; distinguished, James
Christian Doctrine J. Thompson,
Composition and Grammar 1st',
Jas. Lloyd; 2d, Grace and Cuelho;
distinguished, 15. Peter.
Bookkeeping 1st, Jas. Thomp
son; 2d, hot. Kaleiopu; distinguish
ed, Wm. lloapili.
Mental and Practical Arithmetic
1st, Solomon Kaleiopu; 2d, Win.
Cuelho ; distinguished Thos. Sylva.
Physiology 1st, Lloyd; 2d, Jas.
Thompson, distinguished, Wra.
Algebra and Geometry 1st, Sol.
Kaleiopu ; 2d, Lloyd and Cuelho.
Phonography 1st, Sol. Kaleiopu,
2d, Thompson, distinguished, Jas.
Latin 1st, B. Pete'r, 2d, Thos.
' French 1st, Kaleiopu ; 2d, Jas.
German 1st, Cuelho; 2nd, Beck
ley and Lloyd.
General good conduct, etc. F
Beckley, Jno. Ferreua, F. Kaae, E.
Ilaikulani, Giov. Long, Rich. Lane,
Fr. Rebello, Z. Kakina, Jno. Crow
dcr, Dav. lloapili, Dav. Keola, Jno
Lane, Chas. Rose, Aug. Vieira, H.
Kanakcawc, Sam. Pilero, U. Jones,
Christian Doctrine 1st, II. Kao
uli ; 2d. U. Murray ; distinguished,
Kaae and Duncan.
Spelling, Reading and Grammar
1st, Rebello; 2d, Reynolds; dis
tinguished, Kaae and Kaouli.
Arithmetic, Algebra and Book
keeping 1st, F. Beckley; 2d, Jno.
Kerreira ; distinguished, Kaae and
U. S. History and Gcographj'
1st, F. Beckley; 2d, G. Long; dis
tinguished, Kaae and Fcrreira.
Penmanship and Map Drawing
1st, Kaae ; 2d, Z. Kakina ; distin
General good conduct, etc. Fr.
Gtirnoy, C. Murray, Ed. Simmons,
Jas. Lane, Kcawalati, Joaq. Vieira,
II. Schwaiz, P. Maluai, Seb. Ilaku
ole. II. Peter, J. Duncan.
Arithmetic 1st, lunawa Kela;
2d, F. Gurney; distinguished, Hn
kuolc. Grammar and Geography 1st, F.
Gurney; 2d, John Lane; distin
guished, Ed. Simmons.
Spelling and reading 1st, C.
Murray ; 2d, II. Schwarz.
Penmanship 1st, Jas. Lane; 2d,
Leader of Low Prices,
nient of boundaries. Passed.
Third reading of tho bill relating
to water rates in Honolulu. Passed.
Consideration of the bill regulat
ing the carrying of infected passen
gers on the inter-island steamers.
Minister Thuston moved to inde
finitely postpone tho bill and gave
his reasons for the same.
Rep. Kinney made a strong speech
in favor of the bill.
Rep. Rice moved to pass the bill
to engrossment with the amendments
of the Committee.
The motion to indefinitely, post
pone was lost, and the bill came up
for discussion in the regular order.
On motion the bill was considered
section by section.
Minister Thurston asked why
steamers of a ccitain tonuauc could
not be excluded from this Act.
Rep. Kinney said that this matter
of tonnage was a good suggtion,
and hu therefore nipved to re-com
mit the bill to the Sanitary Commit
The House then adjourned until
10 a. in. Tuesday.
83T1I1E DAILY bulletin T ceklv KirGenlB Fine Clothing and Fni".
Sustain -is thr best paper mibllicd ulBhi GooJ 1IaU sboc3 Trunk
in this Kingdom. Mailed to any '.,,. . ,, T , ,
address on nnv island in this Grouu I Valises, Etc., go to the Lcadero of
at S-t pt:r annum. Cheap Prices, the Aucadi:.
CfaTTtiR Daily Btuuts Wckkvv
Slmmart la the best paper to tend
W tho AncADtt you eah buy
White and Colored Laces at prlciu
to friends abioad. Mailed to nnv that will astonish you. These Goodu
have never been offered so cucap
before in thia Kingdom.
address. So per annum, which in-
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M TCMDI E HE EflUlf) l CO A SC EMI 6TDECT
tmrLt Ur rAdn Ul m & m rli d Ktth
53im day. July 31st".
Grand Reduction for 60 Davs -Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my departure for San Francisco and the Eastern State I have decided to hold a Oram! Cleaiing Sale for CO Days in ordcr.to make room for
new importations. I call attention to the general public that prices were never reduced mi low and exceptionally striking bargains arc offered in every
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
Blankets, Bedspreads, Table Damasks, Towels, Comforters, Prints, While it Biown Cotton, Sheetings in all widths, etc., etc., etc., etc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
30 in. B.xtislc, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 120. per yard ; 20 pes. Whito Pique, at GJc. per yard; 30 in. Fivneh Percale, reduced to 12c; 15 pes.
Gingham, to close out at 10c. yard; 125 pea. fast colored Ginghams, best assortment in town, l educed at cost.
SPECIAL SALE EXTKEEME BARGAINS IN
Scotch Gingliams, Lawns, White Dress Goods, Nainsook, Seersuckers, Cheviots, Satino Brocade", Oh.imbr.iy Roma Suiting, Cambrics and :i preat asort
ment of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING REDUCTION 10 pes. Jet Black Henriclto Cloth, otia quality double width, red. from 91.50 to $1.00 a. yard
Great Reduction in Cassimeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 40c. a yard.
52nd Day July 00th.
House opened nt 1
President W. R
Castlo in the Chair.
THE BEST PAPER to buIuctIIio
lor la Hie "Dally Bulletin." 00
cents per month.
suspension of the rules, a petition
f i oui Lahaina, containing 9 prayers
on various subjects, Referred to
Committee on Miscellaneous Sub
jects. OIIDEU OF TUB DAY.
Third reading of a hill to regulate
the keeping of hooks in English,
Hawaiian or some other European
Third reading of a bill to re-establish
the commission for the settle-
The House opened at 10 a. in.
President W. It. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
ItEl'OKT OF COMMITTUUS.
Rep. C. Brown reported fiom the
Judiciary Committee to whom was
referied the bill to abolish tuition fees
in Government schools, recommend
ing a new bill, and amendments to the
original bill. The reason they in
troduced a new bill was, that the
original bill contained two distinct
The rules were suspended and the
bills read again by title, and passed
to engrossment to be read a third
lime on Thursday.
Also from the same committee on
the petitions of John F. Bowler and
More & Co. for ihc payment of cer
tain sums for woik and material
furnished for the Palace, recom
mending that the three petitions be
laid oirthc table, and that the sum
of $9,200 be inserted in the Appro
pi iation Bill,llo pay any judgment
that may be obtained against the
Government, for labor done and ma
Rep. Kinney moved to adopt the
Noble Widemann moved to have
the report printed and made the
order of the da$r next Tuesday.
Noble Baldwin moved to lay the
report on thu tabic.
Ren. C. B own said if the House
meant to kill the report they could
have done it last week, and saved
the committee a great deal of work.
He thought it was not serving the
committee right to refer back these
petitions to them, and then when they
make certain suggestions, throw
their report out of the window.
The motion -lo lay on the table
Rep. Kamauoha moved to receive
the report and lay it on the table to
be considered with the Appropria
Minister Thurston said the com
mittee went along well enough until
they came to the last paragiaph of
the report, where they recommend
that a certain amount be inserted in
the Appropriation Bill. It is none
of their business what is done with
the petitions after they are laid on the
table. He contended that the com
mittee went beyond their instruc
tions when they recom mended the
appropriation of money to pay these
claims. All they had to consider
was, arc luesc claims such as should
be recognized by this House and
paid by tho government, or are they
invalid, and consequently to be
taken no notice of. lie said it was
no use for the committee to argue
that the putting of this item in the
Appropriation Bill will not help
these people to recover judgment
against the government, because it
will. The Courts will hold that there
was some valid claim, or the Legis
lature would not have made a con
tingent appropriation, llcthercforo
moved to accept the leport up to the
last pur.igr.iph, and to reject that.
Noble Smith said that at the last
session a matter of 875,000 was dis
cussed, and it was concluded that
we had better pay that amount, al
though it was not strictly in accord
with law that tho debt was con
ti acted, but it would protect our
credit abroad. Now there is a claim
for J 9,200 and the government say
repudiate it and then destioy our
credit at home. IIu was in favor of
'having the report printed and dis
cussed, rather than to have hasty
action in which an injustice could be
Minister Green said that there was
no parelllsm between tho S75,000
spoken of by tho Hon. Noble Smith
and these claims before the House.
He could not understand why the
Judiciary Committee iusiblcd in'forc
ing this House to insert a certain
amount in the appropriation, for
Noble Baldwin favored the motion,
to lay the report on the tabic to bo
considered with the Appropriation
Noblo Widemann said we were
now just where wo were four days
ago, and lie did not see the use of
discussing this matter any more. Ho
thciefore renewed his motion to have
the report printed and a day set
apart for its discussion.
PARASOL Our entire stock of Tarasol less than manufacturer's cost. Particular attention is called to our Ladies', Misses' & Cliildrcns' Muslin Under
wear which aio offered nt a qreat sacrifice. Ladies' Berlin Wool Knitted Shawls, reduced at half piice. Great Bargains in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
mense Reduction in Misses' & ChildrciiB' Dresses, Bonnets it Lace Caps. Ladies' Knitted Underwear; Ladies' Heavy Merino, full finished vests, red. from
if 2 to $1 ; Ladies' India Gauze, full finished vest, red. from ?1 to Cic; a full line of Ladies' India Gauze Vest, rod. from 75 to 50e. Special attention is
called to our
Win Laces, ColoM EiroleriBS, w lid lis si at Hone GosI !
t r iiv
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Special sale Oriental Lace, in holoku length, 50c. yard; 20 pes. Oriental Lace, red. to 5c. yard wortli 15o.; -10 pes. Oriental Lace, red. 10c. yrd. worth 20c
5Slioe Xej&rtm'exrt ! Slioe Xeprtnneii1; ! fcjlioe XexM.tiiieivC !
Our French Kid Button Shoo, hand sewed, led. from $0.50 to .$5.50; French Kid Button Shoe, best value, red. from $5 to $1 ; French Kid Button Shoe, n.
beauty, red. from $5.50 to $1.50: Cliildrcns' French Kid Button Shoo, red. from $2 to $1.50, sizes 3-0; Lidies' Black Silk Hose, red. to $1 a pair, value $1.50
Iiimsb Mucin ii Mies Corsets & Boys' Wis SMrts.-Boy's ta Pants, Mice! to 50c.
3SFAiivbody in search of Bargains should call first at the Temple of Fashion beforo purchasing Goodi, we guarantco vou
our Sale all Goods bold "C. O. D."
will save money. During
Rep. Kinney said that ho did not
think that the committee exceeded
their duty by making the recom
mendation they did, and if he
thought there was any doubt about
it, lie would ask the ruling of tho
chair in regard to it.
The chair said that they did not
exceed their duty. It was their
province to make such suggestions
as they thought proper.
The motion of the Minister of tho
Interior to adopt the report up to
the paragraph recommending an ap
propriation was carried.
Noblo Baldwin reported from the
minority of the committee to whom
was referred the item of SI 2, 000 for
the "Paradise of tho Pacific," re
commending that the government
take no such part in advertising
the country abroad.
The report was accepted and laid
on the table to be considered with
the majority report.o
The House then too recess until
1 p. m.
SUPREME COUrUJULY TERM.
-o FOR THE o-
To close out a consignment of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES !
F0R 30 AYS"
Black Rkadames reduced from S2 50 to $1 75.
Black Grosgrain reduced from 81 75 to 81 25:
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from $3 00 to $2 00.
Oiler BM Silks a! Luts-liU ii Prororlion.
The 10th Annual
INVENTORY SALE !
BEFOKE TKESTON, J.
Saturday, July 28.
The Court opened at 10 a.m.,
and at 10.09 a. m., on motion of the
Attorney-General to adjonn in res
pect to Hon. S. G. Wilder, deceas
ed that morning, the Court adjourn
ed the July term sine die.
Motions for new trials to be heard
week after next and jury waived
cases to be heard in vacation at
such times as counsel will arrange.
The King vs. All Kec, possession
of opium. Defendant's appeal from
Police Court,' Honolulu. The pro
secution state that the defendant
has no doubt abandoned his appeal,
as he paid his fine and served out
his sentence of the Lower Court.
Deputy Attorney-General A. P.
Peterson for the Crown ; no appear
ance for the defendant.
The King vs. Ah Sau, possession
of opium. Defendant's appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. On oral
motion of prosecution continued un
til October term, 1888, defendant
to then appear on the first day.
Deputy Attorney-General A. P.
Peterson for the crown ; no appear
ance for defendant.
Tho King vs. Wong Sing, keeping
a disorderly house. Defendant's
appeal from Polico Court, Honolulu.
Oral motion of prosecution to be al
lowed to enter a nolle prosequi is
granted and defendant discharged.
Deputy Attorney General A. P.
Peterson for tho crown ; defendant
The King vs. All Toi and Tom
Sun, larceny. 2d degree. Arraign
ed on the (jib inst. on an indictment
and plead not guilty. The prose
cution n9kinc leave to enter a nolle
prosequi, the Court gave it and the
defendant's are discharged.
Deputy Attorney-General A. P.
Petoi son for tho crown; defendants
Tho King vs. All Sin nnd Young
Hong, possession of opium. De
fendant's appeal from Police Court,
Honolulu. Oral motion of prosecu
tion for continuanco to Oct. term,
1888, is allowed and defendants in
structed to then appear unless
Deputy Attorney-General A. P.
Peterson for the crown ; defendants
Joseph II, Congdon ys. II. Acker?
man and V. A. Schacfer, trespass,
damages 85,000. On oral motion
of plaintiff, defendant agreeing,
until next Oct. term, 1888.
C. W. Aslford for plaintiff j L
M. Hatch for defendants,
Leading Millinery. House
Prior to taking stock we will
50 cts oa tie Dollar!
79 & 81 Kit Street, - - - - oil Rose Premises.
12u.ia.ixc;H lVonx ICiiipp nxitl Slcrchaut StN.
Every dchcription of work in llm above lines performed in a flrst-clafs manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
tSBell Telephone, 107-tt (mrh 1-88-Iy) tSTBell Telephone, 107-M
For- Sale Cheap I For Sale Cheap !
: AT TXIE
Corner Edinburch &
Hemomher this is a
And look out for Bargains.
Chas. J. Pishel,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
Best brands, in (I, 7, 8 mid 9 ft. lengths.
In quantities to suit at lowest markit
G. W. WAQFARLANE & CO,
JOSH ITT. 1. 8 Mliai
i t i mrmsmmmiM
Granite, lion and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
Mouse Keeping Goods,
PLTTMBING, TIKI', COPPER ANB
093 SHEET IRON WORK,