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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack standi Merchant and Fort
strcot. Telephones, 335.
JKB-toMlcnuh will do well to call
at the Akcade and examine the latest
in Clothing at the lowest price In tho
JB&Go to the AiteADK and il outi
of them Pino Embroidered Dresses,
only S3. 50.
apTll AitCA1o H thrt plnur to
buy your Dress Goodc, late-it style j
Silks, Woolens and Lawns, The
leader of low priuts.
Wilis t).UM? ikttfctW WiJfctM
StMMiKt h the beat paper to bc ri
to friends abroad. Mailed to any
address, S5 per annum, which in
JtSrtfull Hue of Ladles' Mlssei'
and Children's Hats, Ladles' Misses'
and Children's Shoe at the Aijcadk.
SrGo to the Aucadm for your
Fancy Goods, Chenille, Pon Pons,
Trimmings, Splasheis, Tidies, Etc.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1888.
Stiiir Itaala horn Wat ulna and Wal
nutie German bk Prlutzcubcrg from Hong
Stmr 0 It Bishop from ICoolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kaala tor Walanac, ami Waialua
Schr Mary for Ilanalcl
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kaala 028 bags sugar.
For Kauai per stmr Milsaliala, Aug 7
Associate .Instlcc Hole and lady, Miss
O Dole, A Cropp and wlfu, W L. Holo
kahlkl. 11 Isenbcrg and wltc, A S Hart
well, Miss Glide. MNs Tltoonib, Mat
ters Seholz (2), V Gay. Mr Atiurbach,
Mr Wilson, Mr Trask. 1 Neumann, F
W Fublbebr, Miss M Frcdenberg, Capt
A Kosa, and about GO dcuk.
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Kl
nau, Aug 7 Hon Sam Parker, -los Na
wahl, W II Cornwcll, Miss Adolc Wid
Ulllcld, Mis Mary Brown, Misses
Holmes (2), Miss Kapola and sister, Mr
Kanebaku and wife, Miss Eliza K Pa
lama, Hon J Ma.'ulrc, II Lewis, .1 Ross,
C Lelitnaiui and wife, Miss Musgrave,
I, llotcbklss, Mr Giffaid, Mrs Widdl
fietdand daughter, U Hamilton, II P
Wood, O B Malcee, Mrs WigUt anu
family, Mrs Kuhaiianul, J J.isbman,
Jamie Wilder, Chas Akau, E Kckoa,
J Bowler, Taro Ando, U jSTiikinil, Mrs
Kealoha and children, F Xakalcka.
Marquis of Quccnsbury, 1 Chinese and
about 100 deck.
For Ilunnlct per stmr Waialcale, Aug
7 Aug Dieter and family, Mrs U Hall
and many others.
The bark Forest Queen lias finished
Thr barkentine Planter is cleaning up
preparatory to receiving sugar.
LO WHEY In this city. August 7th.
to the wife of L. J. Lowicy, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Elite cream cakes cannot be
beat, so say wo all of us.
There was no fresh fish in the
market this morning.
Mr. Z.Y. Squires died at Waialua
two days ago, and was buried the
The building of Mr. A. J. Cart
wright's new house next to the Po
lice Station has begun.
A concert will be given by the
band at the Hawaiian Hotel on
The brigantino W. G. Irwin ex
pects to sail for San Francisco on
Ma. J. P. Bowcn has received four
new billiard tables, and will shortly
open a billiaid hall.
The house formerly used by Frank
Brown & Co. has been moved out
near the Refonnatory School.
Four men deserted from the U. S.
Omaha tiiis morning. A reward of
$20 apiece is offered for their capture.
Part of the foundation of Pilot
Mclntyrc's office, at the boat landing,
has caved in from decay, and is being
Mr. Adams of the Reformatory
School is on a vacation, and Mr.
Ward, of Kancohe, is teaching at. the
school for the time being.
Mb. Jona. Austin, Minister of For
eign Affairs, visited the U. S. S.
Omaha this morning, receiving the
customnry salute on leaving.
PiirjiLANi, a nativo youth, was be
ing tried in the Police Court this af
ternoon on n charge of stealing live
cocoanuts. valued at 50 cents each,
from the King.
A i.arqi: crowd collected at tho
boat Janding this morning, to watch
one of tho boys comb fleas out of a
littlo white dog. Employment (or
Mr, Alex Flohr has shown admir
able skill in mending, (so that it
cannot bo detected with the naked
eye), a handsome and costly statue
of a boy holding a tray, which had
been broken while on tho way hore
Messrh. G. West & Co. contem
plate enlarging their store by taking
the phico now occupied by O. J. Mc
Carthy's billiard room. Mr. Mc
Carthy is trying to got Goo Kim's
corner on Fort and Hotel streets.
A child of prophecy: tho editor of
tho Bulletin, who will load around
tho lion and tho lamb not while
they aro lying down togethor, but
when they necd a littlo exercise
with tho editor 6f tho "Advertiser1'
bringing up tho rear.
Tun sea was running very high at
Waianau yesterday. Tho stagings
on tho wharf were washed away and
sloping sand banks on the beach
were niado into rugged perpendicular
bluffs, The top of tho wharf was
swept hy tho sea, like it was during
tho month of February last.
In view of tho wonderful discovery
made by Kov, S, E, BUhop, contain
ed in this morning's "Advertiser,"
further pcicntitlc lescarches have
been mude, and it is confidently
predicted that this evening (here will
bo a period of time when it will be 8
seconds and 8 minutes past 8 o'clock,
on tho "8th day, etc."
At the meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce this morning a letter of
condolence on the death of tho late
Hon. S. G. Wilder was drafted. The
Chinese question was brought up,
but discussion on the same was de
ferred until 10 o'clock to-morrow
forenoon, when tho Chamber will
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. C Honolulu Rifles at
Prayer meeting in the vestry of
the Central Union Church, at 7:30
Religious services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral at 7 o'clock.
Meeting of Oahu Lodge K. of P.,
in its hall Fort street, at 7:30
Meeting of Mystic Lodge K. of
P., in Harmony hall, King street, at
Meeting of Myrtle Boat Club, at
Mectining of the Arion Musical
Society, at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of the Hawaiian Social
DANCINC PARTY AT THE HOTEL.
We learn that cards of invitation
are being sent out to-day for a large
dancing party, to he given Frida'
evening, at the Royal Hawaiian Ho
tel, complimentary to the Captain
and Ollicers of the United States
Ship Omaha, prior to her departure
for China and Japan. The affair
promises to he quite a society even,,
and it is said tho dining hall of the
Hotel will be beautifully decorated
by the men of the Omaha with flags
and evergreens, while the grounds
will have some new electric light ef
fects. GOVERNMENT NURSERY.
On Monday, the 13th inst., be
tween the hours of 10 and 12 a. m.
oders for plants will be issued to
applicants at the olHcc of A. Jaeger,
Kaahumanu street. The plants arc
nearly all in boxes and will he de
livered free of any charge at the
Government Nursery on King street,
by presenting nn order. The follow
ing kinds are now ready for distri
bution ; viz. : The well known Tahi
tian Vi apple j Umbrella Tree, very
recently introduced from California ;
Sapodilla, or Sapota Pear; Mape,
large edible nut from Polynesia;
Poinciana regia; Golden Shower;
Date, and Sugar Palms, suitable for
avenues ; Adeuanthera, or red Coral
Tree; Cassia flonda, suitable for
dry land; Logwood, Sapanwood,
both dye woods ; White Mulberry.
This is the only variety now used
for feed to the Silk Worms.
MEETING OF THE 4TH OF JULY
A meeting of the Fourth of July
Committee was held at the residence
of Dr. J. S. MeGrew, on Friday
last, to hear the reports of the va
Col. W. F. Alien was elected tem
porary chaiiman and F. P. Hastings
The statement of the Treasurer,
Col. AV. F. Allen, was read and ap
proved. A vole of thanks to the
ofllccrs and crew of the U. S. Yan
dalia for valuable services rendered,
and to Mrs. John Wright for the
use of her grounds for the exercises,
was unanimously passed ; also a
motion to file all documents pertain
ing to the celebration at the U. S.
Legation was carried. The meeting
WEDDING OF B. F. BURGESS.
Mr. B. P. Burgess, oldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Burgess of Ho
nollu, was united in marriago to
Miss M. E. Comstock, at the church
of the Seventh Day Adventists, Oak
land, Cal., on the evening of July
2Gth. Scanning the list of presents
published in the Oakland Evening
Tribune, names of a number of Ho
nolulu people were prominent. The
father of the bridegroom gave a
cabinet grand piano and stool, a
carpet-sweeper, and folding silk and
velvet tete-a-tete. The mother gave
a double window lambrequin of satin
with hand embroidery, a shelf lam
brequin of satin with hand embroid
ery, an oil painting of the volcano,
a pastel of moss roses, a koa card
receiver, a koa gypsy table with
plush top, two calabashes, satin
stocking bag with hand embroidery,
pillow shams of darned net in linen,
and a silk and lace tidy. Six din
ing table mats, glass fruit dish, a
fancy head board, cherry table with
plush top, two koa calabashes and a
hand embroidered combing-case
were given by Mr. G. W. Burgess,
brother of the groom. Mr. and
Mrs. Wales of this city gave a silver
and ivory llsli set and two vases.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Langley, also of
Honolulu, gave a silver and glass
butter dish. After tho wedding a
reception was held at tho future re
sidenco of the wedded couple, on
Sixteenth street. The bride was
dressed in cream-colored surah trim
med with lace, cord and patin rib
bon and orange blossoms with bridal
"The Dally Bulletin." 60 cents
per wo atli.
58tii Dat Aug. 7.
Tho House opened at 10 a. in.
Piesidout W. U. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
lUU'OHTS OP COMMITTEES.
Noble Jaeger reported from the
Committee on Public Lands and In
ternal Improvements, to whom were
referred several petitions, recom
mending: 1st, that the petition
praying that a road be opened from
Liliha street, be laid on the table, as
it is not practicable at present to
make such a road ; 2d, the petitions
from Kona praying that certain sums
he appropriated for roads, recom
mending that the petitions bo laid
on the table to bo considered with
the Appropriation Bill.
Also from the same committee on
the petition for water works at Iwi
lei, recommending that the works
be not put in at present, but that
the Minister of the Interior use his
best judgment in the matter.
Also on the bill to authorize the
Minister of the Interior to convey
certain lands to the Trustees of the
Lunalilo Home, recommending that
the survey made by Mr. Monsarrat
be substituted for the survey in the
bill, and with this amendment, that
the bill pass. Laid on the tablo to
be considered with the bill.
Nable Waterhouse reported from
the committee to whom was referred
the bill to better prevent the illicit
traffic in spirituous liquors, recom
mending a substitute bill, which
was referred to Printing Committee.
Noble Hitchcock reported from
the Committee on Election laws bill
stating that the work of the com
mittee had been to revise and sim
plify the law, and they presented a
substitute bill as a result of said
labor. The report was received and
laid on the table to be considered
with the bill.
Noble Richardson reported from
the committee to whom was referred
the item of So, 000 for Kapiolani
Park, recommending that the item
pass and that the Association try
and make some arrangements with
the Jockey Club for the removal of
the board fence around the race
Rep. Kawainui reported from the
same committee that no money be
paid to the Park Association until
the fence around the race course be
Pending the discussion of these
reports the House took recess until
l:lo p. in.
The House re-assembled at 1:15
p. in., and resumed the order of
business dropped at recess.
REPORT OF COMMITTEES.
Tho reports of the committee on
the item of $5,000 for Kapiolani
Park were taken up.
Rep. Kawainui moved indefinite
postponement of the majority re
Noble Waterhouse moved indefi
nite postponement of the minority
Noble Foster reported from the
committee to whom was referred the
matters relating to Chinese and
Asiatic immigration. The report
was accepted, ordered printed, and
the new bill read a first time by
Minister Ashford reported from
the majority of a select committee
to whom was referred the bill re
lating to the practice of dentistry.
The committee disapprove of both
the original bill and the amendments
proposed by the Sanitary Commit
tee, and will present a substitute
bill on Wednesda'.
Noble Smith read a minority re
port from the same committee, re
commending the passage of the bill
with some amendments.
Noble Widemann reported from
the committee to whom ,was referred
the Oahu steam railroad bill, re
commending a substitute bill which
was submitted. The bill was read
a first time and went to the Printing
Minister Thurston reported from
tho special committee to whom was
referred the bill relating to tax as
sessors and collectors. Laid on tho
table to be considered with the bill.
Minister Thurston presented the
following resolution: That the elec
tion bill bo mado tho special order
of tho day in committee of the whole
for Tuesday and Thursday.
Also, That from and' after this
date ali bills which have been intro
duced or may hereafter be intro
duced by the Government, by any
committoo of tho House, or hy any
commission appointed to report to
this House, bhall take precedence
in the order of their consideration
over other hills now before the
ORDER OV THE DAY.
Third reading of tho bill relating
to the slaughter and sale of beef.
Third reading of the bill relating
to divorces. The bill was indefi
nitely postponed by tho following
division, ayes 21, noes 17.
Second reading of the hill relating
to the Postal Savings Bank. Passed
to engrossment to be read a third
time on Saturday.
Grand Reduction for 60 Days Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my departure for San Francisco and tho Eastern Slated I have decided to hold a Grand Clearing Sale for (iO Days iu order to make room for
new importations. Lcall attention to the general public that prices wero never reduced no low and exceptionally striking bargains are ofibrcd in every
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
Blanket!), Bedspreads, Tablo Damasks, Towels, Comforters, Prints, White &. Blown Cotton, Sheetings in all widths, etc , etc., etc., etc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
30 in, Batisle, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12Jc. per yard ; 20 pes. Whito Pique, at GJo. per yard; 3B in. Pro noli Percale, reduced to 12ic,; 15 pgs.
Gingham, to close out at 10c. yard; 125 pes. fast colored Ginghams, licet assortment in town, reduced at cost.
SPECIAIi SALE EXTltEEME BARGAINS IN
Scotch Ginghams, LaWns, White Dress Goods, Nainsock, Seersuckers, Cheviots, Satine limeades, Chiitubray Itntmv Suiting, Cambrics and a great aiort
ment of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING REDUCTION 10 pes. Jot Black llcnriettc Cloth, extra quality double width, red. from ?1.50 to ?1.00 a yard
Great Reduction in Cassimeres & Marinos I Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 4fic. a yard,
PARASOL Our entire stock of Parasol less than manufacturer's cost. Particular attention is called to our Ladies', Misses' it Childrens' Muslin Under
wear which aro offered at a great sacrifice. Ladies' Berlin Wool Knitted Shawls, reduced at half ptice. Great Bargains in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
mense Reduction in Misses' fc Childrens' Dresses, Bonnets & Lace 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 line of Ladies' India Gauze Vest, red. from 75 to 50c. Special attention is
called to our
EmMtts, Oriental Laces, Torcloi Laces, Gelerei Eireiries, whicb lis sola at lie Cest !
Special sale Oriental Lace, in holoku length, 50c. yard; 20 pes. Oriental Lace, red. to Gc. yard worth 15c. ; -10 pee. Oriental Lace, red. 10c. yrd. worth 20o
fclioe Department ! Slioe Department ! ilioe Department I
Our French Kid Button Shoe, hand sowed, red. ftom $0.50 to $5.50; French Kid Button Shoe, best value, red. horn $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, sizes 3-0; L.ulies' Black Silk Hose, red. to $1 pair, value ?1.."0
Immense Mucin in Laiies Corsets & Boys' Willi Shirts, Boy's Knee Pants, retail to 50c.
033T"Anybody hi search of Bargains should call first at the Temple of Fashion before purchasing Goods, we guarantee vou will save money. During
our Sale all Goods sold "C. O. D." " Aug. l-l4n
Second reading of the bill relat
ing to desertion of married people
from one another. Referred to the
Second reading of the bill relat
ing to contempt of court. Referred
to Judiciary Committee.
Second reading of the bill to
amend section 103G of the Civil
Code. Referred to Judiciary Com
Second reading of the bill provid
ing for security to the depositors in
the Postal Savings Bank. Passed
to engrossment to be read a third
time on Friday.
Noble Hitchcock was appointed to
fill the vacancy in the Finance Com
mittee caused by the resignation of
Noble Baldwin read a communi
cation from the Auditor-General,
correcting the report of the Finance
Committee as regards the Auditor
The House then adjourned until
10 a. m. Wednesday.
59tii day. Aug. 8th.
The House opened at 10 a. m.
President W. R. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
Rep. F. Brown reported from the
Printing Committee that our bill was
printed and ready for distribution.
Minister Ashford reported from
the Special Committee to whom was
referred the dentistry bill, recom
mending a substitute bill, which wa
submitted. The bill was read by
title and referred to Printing Com
THERE will bo n special meeting of
tho Honolulu Soeial Club, nt 7:S0
o'clock, on THURSDAY EVENING.
All mcinbeiB are requested to attend.
A. L. CRON,
13 3t Secretary.
Punatiou Preparatory School,
1107XOTL.VJ3UXJ, II. I.
Fall Terms opens Monday, Sept. 10, '88
The fnculty nt Oahu College will bo
constituted us follows:
Hcv. W. C. Mcrritt, A. B., Yale Col.
lego President Mental and Moral
Prof. A. 13. Lyonp, A. M., M. D , Wil.
liiinih1 College Chemistry and Natural
Kov. A. D. Bisscll, A. B., Amherst
College Instrumental & Vocal MuMo.
Miss M. Ella Spooncr, Mt. Holyoko
Seminary Latin & English Literatuie.
MUs II E. Ciifhmnu, A. IJ Oberlin
College Greek, Mathematics and Rlic.
Mih. L. I), Primey French, Mathc.
inntics and English.
These aro all successful teachers who
havo had experience in their respective
The faculty at the Punahou Prepara.
tory School will consist of the following
well known successful teachers:
Miss N. J. Malono Principal 1st
and 2nd Grades.
Miss Murguret Brewer 3rd and 4th
Miss E. B. Snow 5th and 0th Grades.
Mlis Helen 8. Chamberlain 7th and
The Hoarding Department will ba
under tho naum managemont as hereto,
fore, and thu Trustees are confident that
it oilers better privileges as a school
homo tlim can bo obtained clsowhero
for the same money.
It is desired that early application
should lie mado for ull inteudlng to
enter either school. 08 tf
Notices untler tUi heal are charged 10 cents
per lint for the first insertion, and 6 cents per tine
evert; additional insertion.
FINEST resort in the city for young
and old is tho "Klilc Ice (Jicnm
Parlor." 11 lw
HE ONLY READABLE PA
PER in the ICinpiom "The
Dnily Jiullotin." 50 ccnth per month.
INVENTORY SALE I
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs ... .COcperdoz
84 do. Ladies' unbleached Balbri
gan llo.n, silk clockec and full
finished at 25c
Gouts' white linen .Shirts, linen bo
soms and cuffh !fl
220 doz Oeuth' full finish Balbrigan
UndorshirU, either long or sho.'t
tilcoves, all sizes . . .J5c each
Gents' wliitu cotton Undershirts .
Gents' full finished bilk clocked
Hose $2.25 per doz
A very large Stock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Collars (standing. . . .
A full line of all wool Overahirtu
and all wool Undeishirts from. .
Gents' lino Pajaina Suits from. . .
170 doz Children's colored Hose. .
10c pr pair
3 for 50c
Linen hand-made Tides
Black Silk Htripo Grenadine
20o per yard
Ladies' Jersey Waists from
Mihses' and Children's Hose, full
finish and Silk Clocked in pink
and blue, from nizo 4 to 8, at .
25c per pair
hayo made a REDUCTION In all
Iicinomher this is our last week
CHAS. J. RSE-3EL,
The Leading Millineiy llotibe.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
& mh ' iHT TRFFT
Gb Uif rum u I HILL 1 a
lack Jersey !
FOR LADIES !
LACE CURTAINS &
79 k 81 King Street -
ISulriinccs IVoni Sine
Every description of work in the abovo lines performed in a flrst-claps manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
ESTBell Telephone, 107-a (mrh l-88.lv) KTBell Telephone, 167 'OJ
IRON TANKS !
For Sale Cheap I
JOI ITT, 1. 8
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
ouse Keeping Goods.
SHEET IRON WORK.
FULL LINES IN-
FOR LADIES !
VELVET RUGS, ETC.
- - - oil Hose Premises.
and Meroliuiit Si.
For Sale Cheap !
JPI - IEJ :-
Edintmrgh & Q,ueen Streets.
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