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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Merchant aud Fort
street. Tc'ephoncs, 835.
MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1888.
Am Yacht Coronet, Crosby, 1 1 days
fioin Snu Diego
BktnuSG Wilder, l'nul,-14 days from
Stmr Ktnau from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Mikahala fiom Kauai
Sclir Caitciinu Irom Walmanalo
Bgtno V G Irwin for S.ui Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Llkullko for Kahulul and Maul at
r p m
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Kool.m
btinr Kaala for alaluaatid Wahinac at
0 a m
Stmr Lcliua for Nuu and ports In Ha-
innkua and llilo Districts
SchrMtinuoknwalforKoolau at 3 pm
Stmr Klrau for Hilo and way poits at
i p m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at o p m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kinau 12G5 has sugar, 0 bales
wool, 80 bides, 100 bgs spuds, 1G0
Stmr Mikahala 1(53 bgs sugar, and 100
From San Diego, per Coionct, Aug
11th It T Bush and wife, Mr and Mis
Dcnslow, E Bush, .1 Martin, Dr Abbott.
From Wuitilua and Waianac, per stmr
Kaala, uig 11th -lions 11 A Wldemann
and V C l'aike, A Frank Kelilnoho
pono and otheis.
From tan Francico, per bktne S G
Wilder, Aug 11th M M Tompkius,Cap
tain Wilson and W S Uicim.
From llamaluia, per stmr Pole, Aug
12th M V Holmes, J li eland, aud 22
nom Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Aug
11th Hons A Ilosa and F Gay, It a
Macfiejr, Miss M Nape, A O Peterson,
F W Fehlbchr, Ben Uuerio, Mis Fi ie
denherg, Misses M and li 1-iiedeiibeig,
Miss C Hines, Mis Mian, and 70 deck.
liora Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Ki
nau, Aug 12th L Cabot, S M Damon,
J E Waul and wife, Miss A Wnul, Geo
Ward, J Puni, Apoe, G F Kenton, J H
Bowler, V Ahmes, W Bcilowitz, Ah
Leoug, Hon C l Horner a- d wife, D D
Baldwin, .1 Frot and 01 deck.
For San Francisco, per bgtue W G Ir
win, Aug 12th W O Collom, Miss Col
lom, FM Lathe, and Mis J E AleCul
loch and children.
The Hawaiian Bark Kalakaua was to
leave Mahukona, Hawaii, Satm day af
ternoon, hi ballast for Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
No vessels will leave to-day on ac
count of the weather.
5,000 packages of feed, etc., just
received per J. F. Colburn.
Thanks Mr. llewett for newspapers
by the S. G. Wilder yesterday.
ExTKnsivn porparntions arc being
made for the Arion's annual at Wni-
Numerous tiees were blown down
at Waikiki during tho gale this
ItEMEMiiEii this is the last week
the mammoth clearance salo
The chances, aic that there will bo
no Band Concert this evening, on ac
count of tho incessant rain.
The U. S. S. Juniata wont aground
near Gough Island, on or about July
28th, pai ticulars not received.
. m .
Theue will bo no dance at the
Honolulu Social Club's hall this
evening on account of tho weather.
The newly made road on King
street between Richard and Nuuanu
streets is being fairly tested by tho
Judge Dayton's boat "Way-up,"
built by Mr. Thomas Thrum, was
among the broken boats in this morn
Mit. M. M. Tompkins who paid a
a visit to theso Islands two years ago,
camo by tho barkontino S. G. Wilder
yestoiday, and is stopping at tho
Chaui.ks Miehicls, who figuiod in
Honolulu homo two years ago in con
nection with his cornet and somo
other things, got away to San Fran
cisco, and wrote back and employed
an attorney in this city, to institute
an action at law in Honolulu, which,
if instituted, would piobably creato
a little sensation; but before the suit
could bo instituted, Michiess was
summoned to his father in Brussels,
who, it was expected would soon die,
and if ho should dio, Chailes, it is
said, vill immediately conio into pos
session of a largo estato, in Biussels,
which would occupy his attontiou
and lcavo him no time or inclination,
to look aftor a law suit in Honolulu.
In passing tho stoio of Mr. Mc
Inorny ono cannot help admiring tho
elegant display of goods in tho vaii
ous lines now being set out. Among
the choieo vaiioty will bo bcon tho
famous Balbiiggan hosiery in ladies',
gents', Misses' and childion's goods,
for which the house are tho special
agents hore. A look at Hicbo win
dows will do any ono good, oven if
they aro not in a buying mood. Wo
adviso tho public to pause and oxam
iuo this lino display. 3t
5rGentleineti will do well to call
fit tlic Aucade and eseirjine the latest
in Clothing at the lowest price in the
Head N. S. Sachs's special notico
in another column.
Though the wind died out towards
2 o'clock thin afternoon, rain camo
down in ton cuts, and at tho tiiuo of
going to press theic was no indication
of letting up.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Harmony Lodge No.
2 I. O. O. F. in its hall,King street,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Semi-annual meeting of tho Blue
Ribbon Lcaguo, in tho parlors of
the Y. M. C. A., at 7 :30 o'clock.
Band concert at Emma Square at
The various ward delegates for
the district of Honolulu, elected by
the Reform Tarty for tho pm pose of
nominating a candidate to 1111 tho
vacancy occasioned among the No
bles by the death of the late lament
ed S. G. Wilder, met in convention
on Saturday night, in the Legislature
Hall. Dr. Tucker, Chairman of the
Central Committee, called tho Con
vention to order. Rev. W. B. Ole
son was elected temporary Chairman
,and Mr. C. Crciguton temporary
The Chair, on motion, appointed
a committee on credentials. During
the absence of the committee in
performance of their duties, the
Chairman delivered a brief and ap
propriate address. The committee
returned, reporting tho credentials
all in order, excepting a little irre
gularity in two or three cases, and
recommending the over-looking of
these. The report was adopted.
The roll was called, showing 73
delegates, and the temporary Chair
man -and the Secretary then con-
firmed permanently in their respec -
Committees were appointed on
Rules and Resolutions. The first of
these reported a few short rules for
the guidance of the Convention,
which were adopted. The other
committee leeommended the adop
tion of the platform of the Conven
tion of 1887. After 'some talk in
the Convention this committee, with
an increase of numbers, retired and
in a few minutes again returned with
the following clause added:
Resolved, That there should be
definite, strict and comprehensive
legislation restricting Chinese immi
gration, and regulating the Chinese
now in these Islands. While we
wish no injustice to be done, the in
terests of the country demand posi
tive and decisive action on the sub
ject. The report was then adopted.
A committee was appointed to
draft resolutions of condolence to
the family of the late S. G. Wilder.
Nominations were then proceeded
with, Mr. W. C. Wilder and Mr. II.
AV. Schmidt were the nominees. Tho
ballot resulted in 38 for Mr. "Wilder,
and 34 for Mr. Schmidt.
Great enthusiasm was shown from
beginning to end, particularly by
the crowd of spectators in the hall.
Both candidates were loudty ap
plauded whenever their names were
mentioned, and at the close the com
pany dispersed, loudly cheering for
each. The proceedings were thor
(A crush of matter and limited
space compel us to subsitute the
foregoing meagre outline for a full
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
UEFOUU m'cully, J.
Saturday, Aug. 11th.
In re bankruptcy of Anlonia
Frank Vierra, of Manoa, Oahu.
Voluntary petition for adjudica
tion of bankruptcy. Petitioner is
adjudged a bankrupt and Frida'
17th inst. set for proof of claims
and election or appointment of as
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT
AUGUST TERM, 1888.
Deputy Attorney-General Peter
son for the Crown.
JURY CRIMINAL CASES.
The King vs.
Kalci and Kahili,
housebreaking. Commitment from
Koloa District Court. Pleaded not
guilty. Nol. pros'd.
The King vs. Kealoha and D.
Malo, housebreaking. Commitment
from Koloa District Court. Malo
pleaded guilty and sentenced to 9
months' imprisonment and costs,
found guilty and sentenced to 1
year imprisonment and costs.
The King vs. Wiliama, house
breaking. Commitment fiom Wai
mea District Court. Pleaded guilty,
llolokahiki for defendant.
Tho King vs. P. Puniai and
Makamaka, forgery. Commitment
fiom Waimea District Court. Plead
ed not guilty. Verdict guilty as to
both. Exceptions taken as to Malcn
maka. Sentence: Puniai 1 & years'
imprisonment, 81 and costs f Maka
maka, G months, $1 and co3ts. A.
Rosa for Makaraaka.
The King vs. Paoa (k), assault
on an olllcer with intent to resist
hiniMn the performance of his duty.
Pleaded not guilty. A. Rosa for
defendant, P. Neumann assisting
the Attorney-General. Verdict of
Kaohelo vs. Lumai,
lifflrGo lo the AncADfc ami get one
of them Fine Kmbroidcred Diesses,
only S3. 50.
Verdict for plaiutiff, damages SJo,
one dissenting. A. Rosa and D.
Kealnhula for plaintiff, Petoreon
and Holokaliikl for defendant.
FOItKiaX .TUNY CRIMINAL CASKS.
The King vs. Ah Kona, bribery.
Commitment fiom Lihlio 1'ollco
Court. Pleaded not guilty. Ver
dict of guilty, 8 dissenting. Sen
tenced to one year imprisonment
and costs. 1J. Neumann for defend"
The King vs. Ah Kona, posses
sion of gambling implements. Ap
peal from Lihuc Police Court.
Pleaded not guilty. Not. pros'd.
The King vs. Chop. Tin, larceny
in the 2nd degree. Commitment
from the Lihtio Police Court. Plead
ed not guilty. Exceptions taken.
Sentenced to 30 days' imprisonment
and SI fiuo and costs. A. Rosa for
CIVIL CASUS IX 11AXCO.
Gay & Robinson vs. Simcona,
deserting contract service Plain
tiff appeal from local Circuit Court.
A. S. Ilartwell for plaintiff's appel
lant. DIVOKCn CASKS.
Emalaina (w) vs. Mailelaulii (k),
on ground of cruelty. Granted.
P. Feumann for plaintiff; A. Rosa
Mary Kona (w) vs. Kona (k).
on grounds of desertion. Granted,
llolokahiki and Kakina for plaintiff.
Tho House re-assembled at 1 p.
in., and Noble Smith resumed his
argument in support of the amend
ment to Section 2 of the Tax Collec
tors and Assessors Bill.
Minister Ashford spoke upon the
Jmuongtitutiondiity of ti,e araem.
Tment, as it gave the members of this
House power to execute the law. He
therefore deemed it time wasted to
even consider tho amendment.
Noble Hitchcock Bpoke in favor
of the principal embodied in Noble
Smith's amendment, and if it is un
constitutional, then he should favor
an amendment to place the election
of Assessors and Collectors in the
hands of the electors of Nobles, as
they represent the property interests
of the kingdom, lie amended sec
tion 2 by inseiting the word "Col
lector" after the wotd "Assessor,"
so that the section shall read, "ap
point an Assessor and Collector."
Rep. F. Brown moved the follow
ing amendment in place of section 2
in the bill :
Tli election of the Assessor and
Collector of taxes for each taxation
district shall be by ballot cast by
the members of the Legislature, in
'session assembled, aud said Asses
sor so elected shall hold office until
his successor is elected by the said
body. He said we are putting too
much work on the poor Ministers, and
the House should bear a part of it.
Minister Thurston said that the
amendment was a brilliant Jidea and
he was sorrp that the committee did
not have the advice of the honorable
member when the bill was drafted,
as also the bills relating to the ap
pointment of pound masters, police
men aud other officers. This amend
ment is about on a par with the
amendment of the honorable Noble
Smith's. His amendment gives 3
members the power to elect the As
sessor for Kauai, and Rep. Brown's
amendment gives the whole 48 mem
bers the power.
Noble Young spoke against the
amendment of Noble Smith. He
thought the appointing power should
be in the hands of the Ministry and
not in the hands of the Nobles, as
they arc as a rule property-holders
and interested in the appointment.
He was in favor of the Tax Assessor
having no one over him but the Min
ister, and if the Minister does not
do right, we will soongetrid of him.
Rep. Kaulii spoke at some length
in favor of the hill as presented by
The members left the House one
by ono until there was not a quorum,
and still the honorable member kept
on with his speech. After, talking
somo tirao to empty scats, he moved
that the House adjourn until 10 a.
m. Saturday. As soon as tho mo
tion was put the members flocked in
from the lobby and defeated it.
Noble Young then moved the pre
vious question, which was carried.
All tho amendments except that
proposed by Noble Hitchcock were
lost, and the section passed as
Noble Smith moved to amend sec
tion '1 by sti iking out the word
"Collector." Ho spoke of tho un
soundness of one man occupying
both positions. Ho believed that
putting the two offices together with
out any more restriction than in this
bill an unwise mcasuic.
Minister Thuibtou said that tho
honorable Noble was an enemy to this
bill and he did not want any of his
amendments in the bill, unless he
could shew u better cause for such
amendments than ho has done bo far.
Noble Smith said tho spirit shown
by the Minister was not very credita
ble to himself. The amend
ment was not frivolous, and he did
not offer it as an enemy to the hill.
He said that he, as a lepresentative
of the people, had a light to be
heard in this House as well as the
Minister, and he offered the amend
ment in good faith and the action of
i&rFull Hue of Ladles' Misses'
aud Children's LlaU, Ladies' Missos'
and Children's Shoo at the Arcadb.
IJLI L IULJ 1J J UJIHHI"I'I miT-B V HBI1H 111 I I II 1 11 I IMI I IMIIVfll'IIM aniiai
Grand Reduction for 60 Days Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my departure for San Francisco and the Eastern States I havo decided to hold a Grand Clearing Pah' for (K) Days in order to inak room for
new importation. I call attention to the general public that prices were never reduced so low and exceptionally sti iking bargains arc offorcd in every
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
Blankets, Bedspreads, Table Damasks, Towels, Comforters, Prints, White fc Brown Cotton, Sheetings in all widths, etc., etc., etc., etc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
30 in. J3atile, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12 Jc. per yard; 20 pes. Whito Pique, at GJc. per yard ; 30 in. Fionch Poicale, roduccd to 12k.; 15 pes. '
Gingham, to closo out at 10c. yard; 125 pes. fast colored Ginghams, best assortment in town, reduced at cost.
SPECIAL SALE EXTREEME BARGAINS IN
Scotch Ginghams, Lawns, Whito Dress Goods, Nainsock, Seeiauckers, Cheviots, Satino Brocaded, Chanibiay liomn Suiting, Cambrics and a great assort
ment of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING REDUCTION 10 pes. Jet Black Hcnrictte Cloth, extra ipiality double width, led. from $1.50 to $1.00 a yard
Great Reduction in Cassimeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 40c. a yard,
PARASOL Our cntiro stock of Parasol less than manufacturer's cost. Paiticular attention is called to our Ladies', Misses' &, Childrcns' Muslin Under
wear which aro offered at a great sacrifice. Ladies' Berlin Wool Knitted Shawls, reduced at half piico. Great Bargains in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
mense Reduction in Misses' it Childrens' Dresses, Bonnets it Lace Caps. Ladies' Knitted Underwear; Ladies' Heavy Merino, full finished vests, red. from
i)2to$l; Ladies' India Gauze, full finished vest, led. fiom $1 to G5c.; a full lino of Ladies' India Gauze Vest, red. from 7o to fiOc. Special attention is
called to our
Eirieries, Oriental Laces, Torchoi Laces, Colore! EoHeries, vlicl lie sold at Hone Cost !
Special sale Oriental Lace, in holoku length, 50c. yard; 20 pes. Oriental Lace, red. to 5c. yard worth 15c.; -10 pes. Oriental Lace, red. 10c. yrd. worth 20o
ftlxo JDepax-tnieirt ! Shoe Department ! feslioe Department; !
Our French Kid Button Shoe, hand sewed, red. fiom $6.50 to $5.50; French Kid Button Shoe, best value, red. from $5 to $1; French Kid Button Shoe, a
beauty, red. from $5.50 to $4.50 : Childrcno' French Kid Button Shoe, red. from $2 to $1.50, sizes 3-6 ; Ladies' Black Silk Hose, red. to $1 a pair, value $1. 0
Immense Mncta in Late Corsets & Boys' WMte Shirts, Boy's Knee Paits, nhiii to 50c.
3F"Anybody in search of Bargain should call first at the Temple of Fashion before purchasing Goods, wo guaiautce you will save money. During
our Sale all Goods sold "C. O. D." Aug. 1-lm
the Minister of Hie Interior only re
acts on himself as it is simply can
tankerous. The amendment was lost.
Sections 1 to 7 inclusive,were read
Minister Ashford moved to con
sider the veto message of His Maj
esty. That motion was withdrawn and a
motion made that the House take up
the order of business, resolutions.
Rep. Kamauoha spoke against the
motion. The Assessors' bill had
been made a special order of the
day for to-daj", and the Ministry
had urged the passed of this bill, as
the bill relating to the office of Gov
ernor was depending on the passage
of this bill. Now the' want to drop
this bill and goon to something else.
Minister Ashford's motion was
The President then announced
formally that a veto message had
been received from His Majesty
which the Secretary would read.
Minister Ashford offered a reso
lution to the effect that the bill re
turned to this House by His Ma
jesty, not signed, be re-considered
Rep. Kapaehaolc moved to re
consider the bill on the 15th of this
Rep Kinney spoke in favor of a
re-consideration at once. He said
the House was in possession of facts
to act intelligently in the premises.
The bill passed by a large majoiity,
and he considered it safe to re-consider
Rep. Kamauoha spoke against the
resolution. He said that the rules
say that the House shall fix a day,
and as he took it, it meant a day
other than the one in which the
messago was received.
Noble Smith said he would like
to have the Ministry state to the
House whether or not they advisod
Minister Thurston said that the
King had been informed several
times that it was not advisable for
him to veto any bills without the
consent of the Cabinet, as it brought
1 im directly beforo the Legislatuie
and wus dei ogatory to his dignity to
oe so placed. To all of these re
monstrances we have received no
answer except this yeto message.
The motion to reconsider was
Tho President asked : Shall this
bill become a law notwithstanding
tho veto of the King?
Rep. Kamauoha asked tho Attorney-General
if in his opinion the
.sections referred to by His Majesty
Tho Attorney-General said that
he did not consider His Majesty's
objections good. Anyone can tako
out a licpnee, but beforo he docs so
ho knows what he has to comply
with, and if ho thinks that he will
not like tho conditions ho need not
take the licence
X PER i" the Kingilom "The
Diillv Itiillt'tin." fiO crnis per month,
rpHE BEST PAPER to suWribu
JL lor is tho "Dally Bulletin." CO
cents per month.
THE DAILY BULLETIN his the
largest circulation of any paper
piinted in this Kingdom. CO cents per
THE-DAILY BULLETIN isnllv
X ryuiiiuK papur. CO cunt per ninnih
X "Tho Daliv Bulletin." 50 cunts
THE ONLY PAPER road by all
X classes, ' Tho Dally Bulletin." 60
cents per inontk.
r.n . .i . J
BSTOd lo tho Arcadb for youf 1
Fancy Goods, Chenille, IV n Foil", .
Trimmings, Splashers, Tidins. Etc.
.?3. t i - ?1
JVo( Kntfer this htad are chcrgril 10 cents
per llnfor the first insertion, und cents per line
every cddititnal insertion.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clulhiiitf will bo gratefully iccelv
cd for the use of tho inmates of I ho
Branch Hospital foi Lepers at Kaknako,
or at the Leper Brttlmcnt on Jlolokai,
if left wilh J. T. "Waterhousc, jr., nt the
Queen Sircet Store t&C tf
LAST TJEJEIS: !
INVENTORY SALE !
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs ... .GOcperdoz
84 doi L.ulies' unbleached Balbri
gan IIoso, silk clockeo and full
finished at ... . .25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
soms and cuffs $1
220 dor. Gents' full finish Balbrigan
Undershirts, either long or short
'sleeves, all bizes 45c epch
Gents' white cotton Undeshirts..
Gents' full finished silk clocked
Hose $2.25 per doz
A very large Stock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Collins (standing.. . .
A full lind of all wool Overeliirti
and all wool Underbills from .
Gents' fine I'ajama Suits from
17(5 doz Children's colored Hose. .
10c pr pair
Fine Turkish Batli Towels
li for 50c
Linen haud-mado Tides
Black Silk stripo Grenadine
20c per yard
Ladies' Jo'-sey Waists from
Misses' and Children's llohe, full
finish and Silk Clocked in pink
and blue, from si.o 1 to 8, at. .
2oo per pair
Wo have made a REDUCTION in all
ltemmber thU is our last week
GREAT INVENTORY SALE
CHAS. J. FBSHEL,
The Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
JJSWlie AkuaoV Is tho plufo to
1juv yolr Urcss Gooil9t ialP,lalyIo,
Silks, "Woolens and Lawns. The
leader of low prices.
J & D9 ill St I ditftbl
: : Proprietor.
Black Jersey S
FOR LADIES 1
LACE CURTASMS &.
79 k 81 III SUM,
EutrancoM IVom liinR- ami Mex-cliaiit t.
Kvcry description of work in the above lines performed in a first-claFS manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
tSTBoll Telephone, 107a (mrli 1-88-ly) CS-Bell Telephone, 10799
For Sale Cheap !
JOHN ITT, lo.
Granite, Iron and Tin Waro !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIM, COPPER AKB
993 SHEET IRON WOHK.
ar Tun Daily UuLLCTJtf tTiafitY
Slmmvky Is the best paper to eend
to friends abroad. Mailed to any
address, S5 per annum, which in
FULL LINES IX-
Black Jersey !
FOR LADIES 1
VELVET RUGS, ETC.
Old Rose Premises.
For Sale Cheap
Edinburgh & Queen Streota.
8 Kaaliiai StreaL