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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1888.
and I am very glad that the speaker
has been pleased to eoiitlnu himself
to anecdotes illustrative of the pecu
liarities of the deceased. Mr. Wil
der had the faculty of drawing
young men to him, and many look
ed up to him for advice and guid
ance, and no younjr man who sought
his council but will testify to the
kindly spirit and fathwrly advice
given, Inst Friday when 1 was going
home, I heard that it was cxtietnely
doubtful if Mr. Wilder would lust
tlirouuh the nmht, and I watched
the sun as it wa9 betting ; it looked
ominous, and as I thought of the
life close by, fast ebbing away, it
reminded me' of the nothingness of
human affairs. It was just as use
less for human hands to try and stop
the ebbing away of that life, as it
was for them to try and stop the
setting of the sun. In his simple
life Mr. Wilder shunned all shams
and expressed a wish that his obse
quies should bo unattended with any
pomp; and in that samo simple
spit it I believe if he could speak to
U9 to-day, he would say, forget the
railroad, the Minister, the Noble,
and let me go to the land unknown,
as a friend. I give my testimony
to the undying friendship displayed
by the deceased.
Noble Waterhouse said that the
deceased was a true friend to the i
Hawaiians, and we have met with a
great loss in his death.
The resolution was unanimously
The House adjourned until 10 a.
m. Thursday. ,
Stmr J A Cummins from ICoolau
Ilk Forest Queen from San Fr.meisco
Stmr Kuala for Waialuaanil Walnnae at
Stmr Pole for Laluin.t and Ilamakua at
.') p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lcliua for Ham ilsu-i
Stair c ii Bishop for Wai.uiae, W'aialua
and ICoolau at 9 a in
Schr Moi Wuhine for ivoholalclo
From San FraneNco. bar't Torcst
Queen, Aug 2 Mr and Mis McGuire, J
fin ke. Co? Sam N orris, AI r iFreiden
liuig and otliL'is.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Nice furnished rooms are adver
tised to rent.
Sixteen dogs were confined in the
Station House y.ud this morning.
Mnssiis. W. C. Peacock & Co. have
removed to the Mclnerny block.
A black horgo has been lost,
rcwaid will be given for its return.
Thanks to Captain Winding of the
bark Forest Queen for three duye
Mn. W. IT. Gruoiihiilgh has been
confined . to his bed for a few days
past by illnei-s.
1 - .
The Myrtle Dancing Club will
meet at Gibson's Hall, at 7:30 o'clock
The "Luso Ilawaiiano" is now
printed in its own typo, icccntly re
ceived from San Fiancisco.
Theiir will be no meeting of St.
Andrew's Church Association this
evening, nor dining the mouth.
Frank J. Kruger, watchmaker
and repairer, is at piesent plying his
trado at Air. Roth's tailor shop, Foit
The Fourth of July Committee
will meet at the residence of Dr. J.
S. McGrow, to-morrow afternoon, at
Ouit old friend, Colonel Norris, is
back again, looking the better for
his trip. Thanks to the Colonel for
The steamer W. G. Hall will be
duo hero to-morrow, the Likelike and
Mokolii Saturday, and the Kinau
The annual meeting of the Olo
widu Sugar Company will bo held on
Monday, August 0, at 10 a. m. at the
oflleo of W. G. Irwin fc Co.
A diviuenu of two dollais per shaio
will bo paid to the stockholders of E.
O. Hall & Sou (limited), at
oflieo on Friday, Aug. 3, 1888.
The biiof lemarks in yestciday's
issue of tho liui.uriN weionot, as
has boon iiibitiuated, suggested by
the railway company or its ropiesen
tatives. - Jab. Uarthy and David Awaawa
wore fined 3 apiece in the Polico
Court this morning for an allray,
Ah Pui is being tried this afternoon
for perjury. '
The bark 0. I), Bryant, Captain J.
Lou, will sail for San Francisco on
Saturday, at 2 o'clock p. in. The
following peitons havo engaged pafa
ea.j0 by her: J. Hubcnstein, Captain
Fleming, Miss Fountain, Mibs Low
ell, Miaa Kathlone aid IS. Hutton,
EVENTS THIS EVENING
Drill of Co. A Honolulu Rides,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of the Debating Society
at the hall of Onhu Lodge. K. of P.,
Regular meeting of the Trustees
of the Honolulu Llbiary and Read
ing Room Association, at the Li
brary Hall, at 7:30 o'clock.
Mn. CbunK Waa will have sold at
public auction all tho furniture and
od'ects of the firm of Hung Wan
Liui, distrained for rent, on Saturday,
August -J, 1888.
Hiram Freidenbuig, who departed
by the S. G. Wilder several months
ago to "sen America," came back by
the Forest Queen to-day, whistling
"there's no pli.ci like home."
Tun bark Forest Queen, which ar
rived this afternoon, 13 days from
ban Francipco, brought besides a
good quantitv of miscellaneous goods'
7 hoi tea for II. TI. Williams, and 400
hogs for J. Buike.
The steamship Zealandia was ad
vertised to li-avo Sun Francisco on
Sntuidiiy, July 28th, nt 2 o'clock p.
in. '1 herefort! the will not be due
hero until about the same hour on
At the annual meeting of the
tharc holders of the Puulna Sheep &
Stock Ranch Co., tho following offi
cers weio elected:
G. W. Mucfurlano. . President
F. Spencer Vice-President
R. Catton.. . .Secretary it Treasurer
E. C. Maefarlane Auditor
Theue will be a target shooting
'contest on Saturday afternoon at
King sticet range, between teams of
seven marksmen fiom II. B. M. S.
Hyacinth and H. 11. A., at 200, 500
and 600-yard ranges, with seven sliots
each man at each range.
A gentleman was heard to speak
this morning, upon the sbamefuhiess
of the f.ict that the Sisteis Bonaven
tura and Chailes, who have been
woiking for Mercy's work for the
past live years, were com polled to
pay $1 eacii for past-ports to get out
of the country by the Australia on
Tuesday, and will havo to pay $2
apiece to get back.
The Hawaiian Band played at the
Chinese Club House this noon in
honor of the 19th biithday anniver-i-aiy
of Quong Sui, Emperor if
China. Cabinet Ministers, Diplo
matic Representatives of Foreign
Powers and the leading mei chants
of Honolulu called and paid their
respects to the Chinese Consul.
Late Foreip lets.
( By the Forest Queen.")
The Forest Queen arrived this
afternoon from San Farncisco,
bringing three daj-s' later news. We
glean the following items:
The new Chinese restriction Act
in Australia limits the number of
arrivals to one for every 200 tons
burden of the vessel that brings
them. The poll-tax is 8500.
Emperor .William was received
with great slate at Cronstadt.
The Irish maiksmen won the
Elcho Shield at Wimbledon hy a
score of 1072 point.
The Emperor of Austria in a let
ter to Maishal Khun savs: "The
necessity for the army being in per
fect i eadiucss for the Held renders
it imperative to appoint another to
Boulanger is making rapid pro
gress towards recovery. The
triends who have made speeches in
behalf of the General have been re
ceived with great hostility.
Storms with heavy rains have pre
vailed on the continent of Europe.
Asialic cholera is epidemic in
It is feared that General Sher
man's strengtli is failing.
The Burlington strikers are likely
to renew the general boycott if their
trouble arc not speedily adjusted.
EdUon's phonograph rights have
been sold to J. H. Lippincott, of
New York, for 1,000,000.
Randall's health is improving;
Small pox has been making havoc
A volcanic eruption in Japan has
caused tho I099 of 400 lives.
Dynamiters havo been arrested at
Chicago, and great destiuction
thereby prevented. Many promi
nent buildings were to have been
simultaneously blown up, and a
reign of terror inaugurated.
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
t-li uu uili be Durable to the fhiro
lio'ilor-t of 11 O. lint I ii Hon (Limited),
.at iheir office, on FKIDY A iirim tin.
L. O. ABLES.
Notice of Removal !
l C. Peacock & Co.
Havo removed to the
Merchant 8tree, Hoi o'ulu,
03 IxrdAl tiw
SSTGo lo liir AtioADK ami get olio
nf iliein l'Miie Kmbioidured Diesses,
Xotteet umltr t Is hrail Fro charged 10 cots
pcrliueorthelrlliMrtl6n,antt ? c ntipcrltno
eitry additional Insertion,
fU.-T M'celvt'il ex. ' A'nineila 101 bdg9
nfClinlco Ni-w ilntnl Potnui-s
For bnlu Cnoip lit the Un on Feed Com.
1LEAN RAGS am oecoml liand
e (iiliinn win lie LMatiTiiliyici'i'lv-
ci I ir Hie, ihu of Hie liiiuutu-i or llo
Ur ncli llo'pltnl fur l.ipor ai Kiikiakn.
or tit the Leper Sittlmuiit on' Mo'oknl,
.'if lefl -w lilt J ". Waiurliousc, jr., at the
QlUTii Stri'Pl S'orn &t If
HAWAIIAN i' mil Tun. O . Gen.
tluiiitai:- I hnv" made a diumiciil
exiiirtinailon of tlu-xiimp c of Tun Flour
wlibliwiu have nthinitkd lo me and
find thill sami' U cniliely fn e from any
injurious ti!iiniiee wlmtever. Yonr:
veiy truly, Geo W Smith, Andyst.
Honolulu, June 1, J8-S ?t Un
SHOP. Kvar of Luca-' Mill.
Furnished Kiioms To Let.
J71VK miiuitcs' va'k from
1 i ho Vo.. . ili.-o Fliieloca-
i lion. A nnly 'o
W. W. CAMPHKLL,
At Hit Mm, mull As "o.
Lost, Stolen or Strayed
? llnr-f lirnndi'd with
letter l,3." Anvun re
turn ng the sMine to my
RtniH i 1 lecc v! n "i'a li ri'rd.
0 Jt II. S. TKEGI.OAN".
annual m etina: of the stork-
holder- of tli- O'nn u Sucir Co.
will In- held f n MONDAY, August 0 h,
'it I' A. M., !lt 111. o'tlff "t MiKirs VV. ii.
I'vIn&Co. C. O. BEHGKR,
c!) 3 Secretary .
AT the adjournc 1 annual melting of
the !jli mJioldc-s of the I'uutoi
S.ii'ip&S'o k Hunch , In-ld a t c
nltlee (if G. W. Micf.ui-iu: & o. ilie
following ( flleis were eltciid fir ihe
pie-i'tit j i in :
G. W. Macrnrlane Piciilrni,
Fniin i-i .-peneei Viei-.PiCiideiu,
Hoi t. ''ntioii.. Ofiui ir i: rrjasurer,
E. C. Muufiul.u f vnil! lor.
ROUT. CAT TON.
Hono'uhi Julvai, 1"88. 03 1i
INTO TICK is liL-iib
lieu by eiven thnt the
mile siirnul will toll at public
lion nt '? n'oli cU noon nn SATUR
DAY August 4, 8SS, un tl c iri-misi:x
t'i ner nt Helel mvl Maiimikcn street.
Honolulu, ci'itain tun.itiirc mid effects
of ihu linn nf II nig au Lnu sei7cit b.
the Kiid audi r igneil for II a uun-pny.
mtni of lent as rovidc1 bv law
By his Attorney.in.fin t YV. b. Ciist'c
"Dated Honolulu, Aug. I, 1883. 09 2t
LOST ' .
THIS imtninjr, on King street or AVal
kilci I'oul, be iwi en 'Ins hoar of 7
mid fl oM '(k, a Uroivn Leather Putrc
contiiining $-r 0 or moie in U. S. Gold
Noc. l'lic tliiilernn rclurninu; tlicsime
to Jlr T S Westbioiilc, at ilr TinUei'.-nu-iit
muiket will nccivo a reward ol
$80. 07 tl
t GOLD Pin, U piece", plain mono
A. giiim on bar with t piece pen
da it; uitiiaieil on ono tide nnd mono
ij'iim with blaek ciiumcl on the other
ide 'llicl'lti has been traced but no
I'li-slimis v ill be Hf-ked, nnd u reward
i ill be p'lld if u;t imil imnii'dUlely lo
J. F. Noble, HUM.L1IN OlUee. 05 1
A Weekly Newspopar in the Pcrtu
P A. Dim. editor. til e over M A
CJoiialves & C.i's. s'ore, Holi-I et eet.
KditoiV olI.ee days Tluuednys, Friihijs
and t'a'urdavs. 08 lw
Practical WatchmaLer & Repairer.
Gool work I'mrmiei'd. At prcent
luc.iud .U S. H nji'-i tail ir shop.
Oa arrivd of "S. S. Zealandia,"
Or Inter, thtrc will bo
Given by the Famotn
On their way to Australia.
CSrUnx plan opens nt A. M. Hcwelt's,
Merchant s'rut, in 10 o'clock, Wed.
ntsday morning, Angu 1 1st.
-m - -
S ou'd there to no poifo mn lire the
in a mi l" in n vl I icfii- d tl e in nuy the
moiuiug alter tin stuuiier ilipar:s.
rPHE DAILY BULLETIN is a Lye
JL evouini; papar. Jj0ceutopr month.
0ftnfl Onrlnntinn (nv fifl lloir
uiaiiu iiGuuuiiun iui uu uavo
Owing to my departure for San Francisco and tho Eastern States I have decided to hold a Grand Clearing Hale for CO Days in order to make room forf '
new importations. ' I call attention to the general public that prices were never reduced so low and exceptionally striking bargains arc offered in every 5'
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
Blankets, Bedspreads, Table Damasks, Towels, Comforters, Prints, White & Brown Cotton, Sheetings in nil widths, etc., etc., etc., etc, .
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
UG in. Batislc, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12$c. per yard; 20 pes. White Pique, at GJc. per yard j 30 in. French Percale, reduced to 12c; 15 peg.
- tliugham, to close out at lOo. yard; 125 pes. fast coloied Ginghams, best assortment in town, reduced at cost.
SPECIAL SALE EXTREEME BARGAINS IN
Scotch Ginghams, Lawns, White Dress Goods, Nainsook, Seersuckers, Cheviot, Saline Brocades, Chamhrny It'tina Suiting, Cambrics and a jjreat assort
ment of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING REDUCTION 10 pes. Jet Black Ilenriotte Cloth, extra quality double width, red. from Sl.fiO lo $1.00 a yard
Great Redaction in Gassimeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 40c, a yard.
PABASOL Our entire stock of Parasol less than manufacturer's cost. P.uticular attention is called to our Ladies', Misses' & Childrens' Muslin Under
wear wliich are offered at a great sacrifice. Ladies' Berlin Wool Knitted Siuwls, reduced at half ptiee. Groat Bargains in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
mense Reduction in Misses' & Childrens' Dresses, Bonnets &. L.ico Caps. Lulics' Knitted Underwear; Ladies' IL-avy .Meiinn, full finished vests, red. from
f2to$l; Ladies' India Gauze, full finished vest, red. from $1 to C3c. ; a full lino of Ladies' India Game Vest, red. from 75 to 50j. Special attention is
called to our
Eil'oiileries, Oriental Laces, Terchoi Laces, ColnM Eiroitts, filch 1)3 soil at lie Cost !
Special sale Oriental Lace, in holoku length, 50c. yard; 20 pes. Oriental Lace, red. to 5c. yard worth 15e.; -10 pes. Oriental Lace, red. 10a. yrd. worth 20o
telioe Department ! Slioe Department ! feilioe Department !
Our French Kid Button Shoo, hand sowed, red. fiom $6.50 to $5.50; French Kid Button Shoe, be-t value, rod. from $5 to $1; French Kid Button Shoe, a
beauty, red. from $5.50 to $4.50 : Childrens' French Kid Button Shoe, red. from .$2 to $1.50, sues Il-G ; Ladies' Black Silk Hose, red. to $1 a pair, value $1.50
Immense BeQncUon In
Anybody in search of Bargains
our Sale all Goods Eold "C. O. D."
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levoy.
'THE undeipigii'd givo notice 'hat by
L virtue of n power of side contain) d
in a moitiige deed from Charles Hiram
to them diiteil .lulv 2i, 1885, of record
iu Liber f)7. folio 107.100. nnd for coudi.
lion broken, to wit: non-payment of tin
ituerist d o under the terms of ax'iii
in irigaee ('hcv linvini; previously pub
lishc I notice of tbeir iniention lo do so)
they will sell at public auction at the
salesrooms of Lewis J Lcvpv, nitc
lioncor, in Honolulu, on SATURDAY,
August 4th, nt 12 noon, nil the land and
o her property described in saiil mort-
uiige, vi7.: All mat tract of lima ni
L'jleo, Honolulu, lately occupied by the
Hawaii in Livery Stable Company, being
the laud described in L C. A. 2257 to
K allele. Also, 5 Double Seated Car
siges. Tcims Cash and Deeds at ex.
p n-c of purchaser. For further parti
eulars apply to
J. S. WALKER,
F. II. HAYSELDEN",
Or to LEWIS J. LEVEY, Auctioneer.
Punahou Preparatory School,
JtIOJNOIVUJL.U, Jtl. I.
Fall Terms opens Monday, Sept. 10, '88
The faculty at Oahu College wflf be
constituted ns follows:
Rev. W. C. Merrill. A. B., Yale Col.
logo President Menial and Moral
Piof. A. B. LyonF; A:1u,M D, Wil
limn ' C( liege ChoniMry and Nulural
ltev. A. D. Bissell, A. B., Amherst
Tollcee Instriiinetital & Vocal Music.
A.i-s M. E"" Spooner, Ml, Holjuke
Seminary Latin .fc English Litcratuie.
Mis 11 E. Cin-liman, A. B Oberlin
Coll Ke Greek, Mathematics and Rhe.
Mis. L. D. l'rlmey -French, Mathe
mntirs nnd English.
ThciO ute all successful teachers who
li'ive bid experience in their respective
Tho faculty at the Punahou Prepnra.
torv tichool will coni-Ut of the following
will known f"icr.csful teachers:
Mi-s N J. Malone Principal 1st
in d 2nd G"a us.
M ss MJrgiuet IJrewer 3rd and 4lh
M 6H E 15. Sqow-Dili and 0th Orndfs.
Mi's Helen S. Chamberlain 7th and
The Uoari'lip Department will bo
iiiidi-r the Him management as hereto
fore, and lliu Tnistecs are confident that
it oilers better privileges us a school
liou-e thin can be obtained elsewhere
for the btimu ninney.
It is desired that early application
should be uu du for all intending to
enter cither school, 0G tf
Corrngalei Iron !
Beet Crown Brand.
6, 7, 8, and 9 Feet Lengths
Just landed Ex, Bhlp "Cockcrmouth''
For Sale in Quantities to Suit,
Also, TOO Bbls. White Bros.
At the Lowest Market Rates,
WILDER & CO.
Ladies Corsets & Boys' WMle Sliirts, Boy's flee Pats, retell to 50c.
ehould call first at the Temple of Fashion before purchasing Goods,
FOR 30 DAYS
The 10th Annual
INVENTORY SALE !
Leading Millinery House
Prior to taking stock we will
50 cts ontlie Dollar!
Remember Uiis is a
And look out for Bargains.
Chas. J. Fishel,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
Corrugated ROOfing !
Beit brands, In 0, 7, 8 and 0 ft. lengths.
In quantities to suit at lowest mnrkct
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
m Pl illSIl d I IiLL I h
Kvf'fi'nnfrlini'ii Kninrrsmo I
LAuauiumm v yaianio; t
To close out a
Black Rhadames reduced from $2 50 to $1 75.
Black Grosgrain. reduced from $1 75 to SI 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from S3 00 to $2 CO.
79 k 81 Kins Street
EnlronecN XVom Kinp: mifl SIcrcliaiit Stm.
Every description of woik iu the above lines petfurmed in a first-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
tSTBcl! Telephone, 107-t5a (mrh l.SSMy) JSrUell Telephone, 107'3t
For Sale Cheap I
J01 I0TT, lo. 8
Siv'iisfiSsai xiV?ii.'rnHs!,',v;r , Ciii
Chandeliers. Lamps and Lanterns,
WATJSK F1FJS and RUBBER HOSE,
B-Souse Keeping; Goods,
PLUMBIMG, TIN, 'COPiEB .AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
wo guarantee you will save money
-o FOR THE o
013 Rose Premises.
For Sale Cheap !
Edinburgh & Quoen Streets.
and Tin Ware !