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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hackstand: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 31)5.
rr xx is
SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1888.
Htuir Alokolll f loin Molukal
Ltkollko from Knliuhil
Stinr Wnialoalo from Kauai
8 S Zcalandla from San Franclfcco
route for the Colonics
13k 01) Hryaut for Sail Francisco at
S S Zcalandla for the
Colonics at 3 p m
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr MokolH for Molokal
Stmr Llkcllke for Kahululand way ports
at 5 p m
From Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
W G Hall, Aug 3 Mr lllllebrand, 11
Bostoek, T 11 Caitwilght, Alls llllle
brand, E .1 Hopkins, A fclticlalr, ltcv
Father CeleUlnc, 13 Smith, K C JleGce
uov, Kia Nnliaolelua, Miss M Jj Haley,
1J Hughes, lion .1 D Puns, Hon J Kan
liane, Mls M. K Kaulianc, Mrs T K
Aniahl, A. Akan.i, ( apt .1 1' Knhalcwal
and wife, and 114 deck.
From iran Kranoihco, per S S Zca
landla, Aug 1 Miss 1, A Baker, J S
Bartholomew and wife, Miss M G llcck
wlth, Miss Xelllc 'Myan, Consul James
Dunn, MUsKltn 12 Herrmann, Mls JI
E Hillehr.ind. .1 M Hoi tier, wife and In
fant, C Lcliiiianii, wife and daughter, J
S Muirhead, Mrs S J Levey and thicc
children, Mrs Geo 11 Boa, Mrs It C
Spalding and child.
From Maui and way ports, per stmr
Llkcllke, Aug 4 Kev T Lanter, It' v T
L Gullck, Ml Carpenter, Mrs C M
Hyde, Emma Brash, Hon HP Baldwin,
E HutehhHoti, Chas K Hyde, Mrs M
ltayuold, V II Cornwell. Mamie Wid
dllleld, Fathct-3 Young, Havier. James,
Bro MaUda', C A Gel tte. Mrs t ook,
Mis 11 Giles, Fathers Floyat, Victor,
"Win .1 Sheldon and wife, Awati.i, Alioi,
Bros Charles, Itush. XV II Harrison, Hon
"W H Daniels and others.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llkcilkc 121 hags sugar.
Stmr Mokolil 200 sugar aud 10 head of
Stmr W G IIall-2,070 hags sugar, 7
bags coffoi-, 112 bag.-, awa, Co hides,
73 goat skln, 2o head of cattle, 143
bags bones and 1 horse.
" LOCAL St GENERAL HEWsT
Cueam pics at the Elite Ice Cream
A fine lot of large fresh water
melons at Lewis & Co.'s, from Mr. C.
A. Brown's ranch at Ewa.
B. F. Eiileiis & Co., have just
opened a full lino jerseys, laco cui
tains, and velvet rugs.
The grand mammoth clearance
sale at N. S. Sachs, will commence
on Monday, August Oth, 1888.
Godfrey's Beady Refeienco and
Directory, contains a complete list of
voters for Nobles ; 50 cents per copy,
at Hawaiian News Co.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
A business meeting of the Blue
Ribbon League will be held in the
parlor of the Y. M. C. A., next
Monday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, to
appoint a nominating committee and
make other arrangements for the
semi-annual meeting to be held
about the 11th or 13th inst. A full
attendance of members and friends
of the organization is requested.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
IlKFORE JUDD, C. J.
Fkioay, Aug. 3rd.
In re Lung Yec ; petition of San
Kec for a writ of habeas corpus.
Hearing continued fiom 31st ult.
Heard, writ allowed and Lung Yee
V. V. Ashford for petitioner;
Attorney-General C. "W. Ashford
for Collector-General of Customs.
In re Man Nun and Ah Yin ; pe
tition of Ah Hin for a writ of habeas
corpus. Hearing continued from
3 1st ult. Heard and decision re
served until Monday nest at 10.30
P. Neumann for petitioner ; Attorney-General
C. W. Ashford for
Collector-General of Customs.
The S. S. Zealandia, Captain Van
Oterndorp, Purser Geo. McLano,
arrived nt the O. S. S. wharf at 9
o'clock this morning. Tho Zealan
dia left San Francisco on the 28th
of July at 2:5 o'clock p. m. Had
fine weather all the way. She
brought 20 cabin and 72 steerage
passengers for Honolulu ; two cabin
and lTstPcrago for Auckland, and
40 cabin and 32 steerage for Syd
ney. She also brought ICO tons of
freight for this port and had 90 tons
for Auckland and 388 tons for Syd
ney. Fifty-two blue jackets came
for the U S. S. F. S. Ynndalia. The
minstrel troupe, 23 all told, arrived
with colors Hying and their band
playing. A largo crowd was as
sembled on tho wharf when tho
steamer camo in and many of them
remained there for an hour looking
at the ministrel performers and
waiting to hear when they were go
ing to play. After considerable
waiting it was passed around that
tho troupe would perforin at tho
Opera House at 12 o'clock noon.
TF YOU .LOSE, ANYTHING,
A advertise- It lu the Daily Boutm
JCsSrGentlesicn will lib well to (mil
at tlio Ahoauc and esomlnu the lrttoat
In Clotliitig nt the lowest price in tbo
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Monthly meeting of the Honolulu
Typographical Union nt 7:30
Meeting of the Hawaiian Social
THE BAND CONCERT.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert this afternoon at
Emma Square commencing at 4:30
o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: Oveiture Caliph of Bagdad.. Bolcldleii
M arch The Cid Masse
Waltz Queen's II audkei chief... Mrauss
llcinliilsccuccs of Bellini Godfrey
Ballad Tim Palms Fan re
altz Marianne Walclteulel
by .i. v. Mona.vK.
Commencement of the great credit
sale at II. Hackfcld & Co. at 10
o'clock a. in.
The colored minstrel troupe
marched from the steamer to the
Opera House at 11 o'clock this
morning, with their band playing.
A crowd followed and all the clerks
and bosses on Foit street, ran out
of doors to get a look at the troupe.
The Drum-Major with his silver
headed baton was the center of at
traction, but when he tossed it very
high and failed to catch it, proba
bly a murmur of disappointment was
heard, Hie company gave a snow
in the Opera House at 12 :80 o'clock
tliis afternoon. The house was
jammed full in every part not a
foot of standing room left. Thun
ders of applause from the audience
testified to unbounded satisfaction.
Stepping into the Temple of Fash
ion this morning, and looking
around the large store, an immense
assortment of goods were seen. The
Oriental and Torchong laces, the
ambroidery, dress goods, and ladies
underwear and shoes demanded,
special attention of the reporter for
their superiorty. The enormous
and varied bundles of prints would
satisfy the most fastidious. The
cassimeres and marinos, too, are
noteworthy ; and the prices are
astonishingly small. The Scotch
ginghams, lawns, white dress goods,
satins, brocades, cambric, etc., are
maiked at extremely low prices.
The parasols, shawls, jersey waists,
bonnets, laces, caps, etc., are re
maikable for cheapness and quality.
Beyond a doubt, the Temple of
Fashion is offering extraordinary
bargains in every department.
56th Day Aug. 3.
The House rc-assembled at 1 p.
m., and resumed the consideration
of the Street Railway bill.
Noble "Widemann offered an
amendment that sidings, switches
and turnouts or double tracks be" al
lowed to be constructed.
Minister Ashford moved another
amendment, whicli was that a single
track railway with all necessary sid
inirs should be maintained. He
could sec, as had been stated in this
House, "a nigger on the fence.,'
The Company had agreed to certain
suggestions from the committee in
the evening, and in the morning
wanted some other concession. This
double track business was a disguise
for tho company to demand the
whole earth. They could double
the road upon any street in the city,
except as expressly prohibited, lie
had just been informed, if this
amendment passes, they intend to
double the track on Fort street, be
tween Queen street and the water
front, which he should strenuously
oppose, as it would exclude the pub
lic from that part of the street.
Noble Smith supported the motion
of the Attorney-General in certain
ways, but he would add to his
amendment, "along Fort street
from tho water front to Queen street
a double track may be laid." Ho
said that there were certain times
in the week when there was a large
traffic on that portion of Fort street,
and there should be a double track;
also that a double track should be
operated along the city front.
Noble Young said ho did not look
upon this system as an invasion of
an enemy, but lojkcd upon the in
troduction of a street railway in Ho
nolulu U3 a great boon to the public.
He was asked to bring in a bill to
extend tho franchise. He consent
ed to do so, provided the company
would allow a clause in tho bill that
would compel them to keep the
streets in repair for two feet on
either side of tho track. This they
agreed to, and it is ten times more
than they ask from the Government
now, to add new streets to tho fran
chise. He was strongly in favor of
a doublo track wherever the streets
are wide enough to admit of it, and
was surprised that the Attorney
General, a progressive man, should
oppose it. The railway would be a
boon to tho working people. Many
a one can afford to rido for 5 cents,
where ho would have to walk if he
were obliged to pay 25 cents as
now. If this is not a benefit that
tho jicoplo did not hare before, then
j)S-Go to tho inoAot; tttid get duo
of them Fine Kmbroidorcd Dicsscs,
only $3. GO.
he had been laboring under a mis
take. Minister Ashford said that he had
advocated, if a railway should be
built in this little kingdom, it should
be done by a company of Hawaiian
residents and subject to tho laws of
this kingdom, (and that is the so
crctof the report being delayed.) lie
finally relinguishtd his objection and
agreed to suppott tho bill as origin
ally presented, but he did want a
company thnt would be subject to
the laws of this kingdom, and not
one that would sny, we are British
ers and we will call upon our coun
try for protection. He relinquished
his objections and thought that no
more amendments would bo offered,
but heaven knows how many more
amendments are in store or to what
extent we arc putting ourselves at
tho mercy of English sharpers, who
have already swindled us out of
$75,000 in the loan transaction. But
nil personal feeling should be put
aside in the consideration of this
bill, but if these amendments pass,
there is nothing to prevent this com
pany from laying a double track in
any and all the streets of the city.
Tho lights of the people should be
considered, and no company should
be allowed to crowd the people from
Noble Widemann said ho opposed
the bill when it came up in 1884,
but was out-voted. lie was opposed
to it now on the same grounds. But
as a member of the committee to
whom was referred the bill he had
agreed to certain amendments. The
Attorney-General introduced the
original bill, aud he would ask the
membeis to compare the original
bill with the bill prepared by the
committee. The company arc pay
ing a heavy rental for our streets
by being obliged to keep the streets
in repair for two feet on either side
of the track. He would like to see
a double track on every street in
town. Then the Government would
be at no expense to keep the roads
The amendment of Noble Wide
mann as amended by Noble Smith,
Rep. Pachaole moved to refer the
bill to a select committee. Lost.
The amendment to allow a doublo
track on Fort street, from Queen
street to the water front, and along
the water front, wascarried, and the
whole section carried as amended.
Section 2 was considered and
passed as read.
Noble "Widemann moved to re
consider the section, that he might
amend by striking out the words,
"to abide by. observe and perforin
the said conditions."
The Attorney -General spoke
against this amendment, as it would
surrender all rights of individuals or
the Government to bring suit against
the company for any damages that
might accrue, as, for instance, if
they should not maintain the road
Hush with the rail, and by so doing
an accident should happen, there is
no remedy at law.
Noble Young said it was not obli
gatory on the company now to keep
tho road Hush with the rails. (His
atte'ntion was called to section 1
where it expressly states that they
should do so). He thought the
Attorney-General had a serious
nightmare in regard to this road".
Rep. Kinnc' said if the Govern
ment had a contract with the com
pany, it should bo a legal and bind
ing one, and if any concessions are
made it should be in favor of the
Government. The Attorney-General
is perfectly right in wanting
tho rights of the public protected.
The motion to reconsider was lost.
Section 3 was read and passed as
in the bill.
Section 4 was read, and the Minis
ter of the Interior moved to amend
by making the proviso, that maca
dam shall be furnished by the Gov
ernment when it has any on hand.
This provoked a hot discussion.
Noble Young said that tho com
pany should not be held to the con
tract when the Government could
not furnish the stone for repairs.
; Hep. Kinney moved to amend by
adding tho words "that when the
Government has no material on
hand, tho company shall have the
use of the steam crusher and stone
from tho Government quarry."
Minister Thurston said that Noble
Young seemed opposed to any
amendment that protected the Gov
ernment, and favored any amend
ment that granted the railway com
pany any concession.
Noble Smith spoko against tho
amendments and said that he did
nol think it wise to allow that com
pany or any other tho use of Gov
ernment tools or machinery.
Noble Widemann spoke in favor
of referring tho section to tho Min
ister of the Interior, and thcreforo
made a motion to that effect. Car
ried. Tho Minister of tho Interior then
amended tho section so that it
read, "but macadam stone when In
stock, or the use under tho control
of tho Government, of the stone
crusher, plant and material."
Noble Young moved nn amend
ment to include the use of the Rail
road Engino and cars to handlo tho
Minister Thurston's amendment
was carried and the tec-lion passed
Section ft pasEed a? in tho bill.
Section 0 passed a in the bill.
Noble Dole moved to insert a new
Jerttall lino oi Ladies' Mleses'
and Children's Hats, Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Shoe at the Ahcade.
Grand Reduction for 60 Days Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my departure for San Francisco and tho Eastern Stutcii I have decided to hold a Gianil Clearing Sale for GO Days in order to make room for '
new importations. I call attention to the general public that prices wore novcr reduced su low and exceptionally striking bargains are oflercd in every
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department,
Blankets, Bedspreads, Table Damasks, Towels, Comforters, Prints, White A Brown Cotton, Sheetings in all widths, etc., etc, etc., etc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
30 in. Batisle, last color, reduced from 20c. to 12c. per yard; 20
Gingham, to close out at lUc. yard; 125 pes.
SPECIAL SALE EXTREEME BARGAINS IN
Scotch Ginghams, Lawns, White Dress Goods, Nainsock, Seersuckers, Cheviots, Satino Biocadcs, Chanibmv lloinn Suiting, Cambrics and a gicat assort
ment of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING REDUCTION 10 pes, Jet Black Heniiottc Cloth, extra quality doublo. width, red. from $1.50 to .f 1.00 a yard
Great Reduction in Cassimeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 40c. a yard,
PARASOL Our entire slock of Parasol less than manufacturer's cost. Particular attention is called to our Ladies', Misses' A Childrens' Mtisliu Under
wear whieh arc offered at a great sacrifice. Ladies' Berlin Wool Knitted Shawls, reduced at half price. Great Bargains in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
mense Reduction in Misses' A Childrens' Dresses, Bonnets A Laco Caps. Ladies' Knitted Underwear; Ladies' Heavy Merino, full finished vests, red. from
$2 to $1; Ladies' India Gauze, full finished vest, red. from $1 to G5c; a full lino of Ladies' India Gauze Vest, red. from 75 to 50c. Special attention is
called to our t
EiroiriGS, Oriental Laces, Torclom Laces, Colore! Emtoiries, wiicl lie sol at lie Cost !
Special sale Oriental Lace, in holoku length, 50c. yard ; 20 pes. Oriental Lace, red. lo 5c. yard worth 15c ; 10 pes. Oriental Lace, red. 10c. yrd. worth 20o
fefilioe Department ! Shoe Dcpurtment ! Ssslioe Xepni'tmeixt; !
Our French Kid Button Shoo, hand sewed, red. from SJG.50 to $5.50; French Kid Button Shoe, best value, red. from $5
beauty, red. from if 5.50 to ?4.50 : Childrens' French Kid Button Shoe, red. from $2 to $1.50, sizes H-G ; Ladies Black Silk
Iimeise Mictioi in
Anybody in search of Bin gains
our Sale all Goods sold "C. O.. D."
section to bo called section 7, grant
ing the Minister of the Interior the
right to regulate the schedule upon
which the cais shall run, and to
compel the company to run cars
over certain parts of the road not
more than three times a day, and
for nonconformity with the orders
of tho Minister of the Interior the
company shall bo subject to a fine
of not more than 25. The motion
to indefinitely postpone the section
Section 7 passed as in the bill.
Noblo Smith moved to reconsider
section 1 of the bill, so that he could
move to extend the time to .Sep
tember, 1890. Lost.
The bill then passed as amended
to engrossment, to be read a third
time on Tuesday next.
The House then adjourned until
10 a. m. Monday.
Roman Catholic Cathedral.
G ami 7 A. m., low mass with Holy Com
munion, fcervlees in Engligli at 7 a.
m.; and at 10 a. m., high mass, with
.sermon cither in Hawaiian or Portu
guese, alternating according to the
tmuc principal different nationalities of
the church ; 2 r. at., rotary and catc
tism; 4:30 l. n., instruction and bene
diction o the Blessed Sacrament.
CuiNnsi: Chukch. Fort street, near
corner Ileretanla. Jlr. Kong Shui Kce
evangelist. Chinese Sunday school,
f :I10 A. jr. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 l'. Jt. Preaching 11
a. Jt. and 7:30 r. Jt. Bible class in
Chinese Y. M. O. A. Hall, 0:30 v. si.
Punahou Preparatory School.
HONOLUI.TJ, II. 1.
Fall Terms opejps Monday, Sept. 10, '88
The faculty at Oahu College will be
constituted as follows:
Kev. W. O. Merrill, A. B., Yale Col.
lego President Mental unci Moral
Prof. A. B. Lyons, A. M., M. D . Wil.
liamb' College Chemistry and Natural
Hev. A. D. Bisscll, A. B., Amherst
College Instrumental & Vocal Music.
Miss M. Ella Bnooner, Mt. Holyoko
Sciniimri Latin & English Literature.
Miss H. E. Cnsliman, A. II Oberlin
Oolitic Grculs, Mathematics and Rhe
toric. Mm. L. 1)1 Primoy French, Matho.
matics and English.
These arc all successful teachers who
have had experience iu their respective
The faculty at the Punahou Prepara
tory School will consist of the following
well known Miccessful teachers:
Miss N. .T, Malpno Principal 1st
and 2nd Grades.
Mies Margaret Brewer 3rd and -lth
Miss E. B. Know-Stli aud Oth Grades.
Miss Helen S, Chamberlain 7th and
The Hoarding Department will bo
under tho sanin management as hereto,
fore, aud the Trustees arc confident that
it oilers better privileges as a school
hoiito than can be obtained elBowhero
for the tamo money.
It is desired that early application
should bo mudo for all intending to
enter either school, 00 tf
TOB PRINTING ol all kind, ex
rtiitrd nt the Daily Bollktin Ofllro
Practical Watchmaker & Repairer.
Good work guaranteed. At present
located at S. Koth's tailor thop.
THE ONLY PAPER read by all
JL classes "Tho Daily Bulletin.'1 60
cents per month.
$Go to the Arcam for your
Fancy Goods, Chenille, Pon Pons,
Trimmings, Splashers, Tidies, Etc.
Ladies Corsets & Boys' Wiiti Slirts, Boy's Knee Pants, row to 50c.
should call first at the Temple of Fashion befoie purchasing Goods, wc guaranteo you will savi
FOR 30 DAYS
The 10th Annual
INVENTORY SALE !
j Leading Millinery House
Prior to taking stock wo will
50 cts oi tlie Dollar!
Rcmeinboi this is a
And look out for Bargains.
Chas. J. Fishel,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
Hct brands, iu 0, 7, 8 and 0 ft. lengths.
In quantities to milt at lowest market
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
SSTTlia AsdAtlc is the pkco to
buy your Dress Goods, latest Btvlc j
Silks. Woolens and Lawns. Tho
leader of low prices.
IMipie, ul (He. pur yard ; 30 in. French Percale, reduced to 12Jc. ; In pes.
Ginghiinib, befet assortment in town, reduced at cofct.
Black Jersey !
FOB LADIES I
LACE CURTAINS &
33 Pi tm R 23 mS h
79 & 81 King Street
EntriiiiccM IVom JZirifx
Every description of work in tho above lines performed in a tlrst-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
CSTBcll Telephone, 107"tBa
For Sale Cheap !
Granite, lion and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping: Goods,
PLUMBING, TIF, COPPER AHP.
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
Si-MMAa Is the best paper lo acrid
to friends abroad. Mailed to any
address, 85 per nnnuui, which in
y v i iiLb 1 1
to $1 ; Fiench Kid Button Shoe, a
Ilc-e, rod. to $1 a pair, valuo $1.50
Aug. 1-1 in
FULL LINES IN-
Black Jersey !
FOR LADIES I
VELVET RUGS, ETC.
Old Rise Premises.
Jintl Mevclinut Sim.
tSy-Bell Telephone, 167'
For Sale Cheap I
Edinburgh & Queen Streets.
I ts I a HWl foil