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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack Bland: Merchant ami Kort
Btrcct. Telephones, 335.
O" II 13
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1888.
Schr Waichu from Maul
Sehr ICuolokal from Kiuml
Btmr iCIlnucii Hon for Knlaupapa anil
Iliuniikui at 5p m
x Sehr ICaullltiu for Knnal at 10 a m
Stnir Mokolll for Molokai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Btmr Polo for Lahalua and Hainakna at
3 p m
From Maul and Hawaii, per Btmr V
G Hall, Aug II G V Hush, ,1 Cook,.Tns
Dunn, O JloDougal, Hon ,T Jlajiulrc, II
Laws, Miss lIoloKahclc, MrsVT J Tales,
O 1 Urltto, Mrs eBay and 48 deck.
For Hawaii and Maul, per stnir Kl
nan, Aug 1-1 For the Volcano: Mrs A
Crocker ami maid, Mrs A Cottrell, II M
Gllllg, Miss Crouch and Mrs Vender.
For Flllo and way ports : Mrs Dicken
son, Bcv Fathers Chailes. Oliver and
Paul, llrotuers Bertram, Joseph, Igna-
tins, Francis, Kiish and Thomas, J N
Wright, G F Benton, T E Evans, Mrs
Sam Macey, Chun Lung, Ah Mcc, Mls
Bannister and about 80 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Walalcale, Aug
14 J Crowder.
For Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, Aug
14 It A Maelle jr, W D Schmidt, Hon
G N Wilcox, 0 Browne, M Corrca, Mrs
1C Xlau, Dr Hildcbrand, Miss Hilde
brand, Mis Mary Hoomaiuolno, D Di
mond, J Kaklna, II F Bertclmann, Rev
Fathers Libert and Emeran. and about
For Maui per stmr Llkellke, Aug 1 1
Miss M McCorrison, Brothers Edward,
Matthias, Phillip and Martin, Kev Fath
ers Theodore, James, Xavicr and Eu
chre, Miss Maggie Xaic, G W Smith,
and about 00 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr AV G Hall-2,GG1 bgs sugar, 811 bgs
uwa, iu ujjs uuiiuu, u nines, oa iiu
of cattle, 10 calves, 2 horses, 13 pigs
and 200 goatskins.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A noiisi: has strayed or stolen from
its stable, a reward will ho paid for
A woman to take caic of a child
and make herself generally useful, is
Telih'HONH communications from
all points around this island, this
morning, report fine weather.
A Chinaman named Lang Yuen
was lined $16 for cruelty to animals
hftho Police Court this morning.
Captain Larson dispatched a mini
hor of dogs in tho Station House
yard, this noon, with a revolver.
. .. i
Tua people at tho Molokai settle
ment speak favorably of Dr. Swift,
tho new Government physician there.
The Arion Society's picnic will bo
held at "Waikiki to-morrow. Head
their advertisement for full particu
A oami: of babchall will be played
between tho Honolulu and Vandalia
nines, on Saturday, beginning at 3
o'clock p. m.
Nink Fathers and ten Brothers of
the Roman Catholic Church,' left for
the other Islands, by the steamers
Mr. Cunlia says lie objects to his
Union Reading Parlors being placed,
hy the "Advertiser," on the sumo
lovel as Fort Street Church.
The regular nuartcily meeting of
tho Union Feed Co. will he held at
tho Company's oilice, Queen street,
at 12 :30 p. m. Thursday, August 10.
To-Monnow evening tho King will
give a dinner at the Palace to tho
Captain and Officers of the U. S. S.
Omaha. Tho Omaha will sail for
Yokohama on Friday.
Several telephones of tho Boll
lino were slightly damaged during
, tho gale tho otlior night, hy a private
line on Emma street falling across
tho Electric light cable.
Tin? King was down to tho steamer
Kinau, last evening, to see Mrs. Amy
Crocker and party off to tho Volcano,
hy the way of llilo. The Kinau was
delayed until after 5 'o'clock by
Black ihadama and gros grain
silks black lace flouncing, nt almost
$ their real value at tho mammoth
clearance sale at N. S. Sachs store.
Now is tho tinio to inako your pur
chases. .i i.
II. J. Auni:v got judgment against
Sam aiaikai for $22 in tho civil cases
of tho Police Court this forenoon. In
tho case of John Pondergast against
Ram owl Santos for $200, judgment
was given in favor of defendant. An
appeal waB noted by tho plaintiff,
Mit, N. S. Sachs' Popular Millinery
House, 101 Fort street, has had on a
gioat oleaiauco salo for some time,
and cheap prices have ofl'ected clear
ance of a largo poition of tho stock.
Ladjos who have been tlioro and pur
chased, report great bargains. This
week will close tho salo.
Juixii: Dayton, talking on tho
liquor question to an acquaintance
this morning, tuid, that during the
tinio when the xaloons were com
pelled to olofco at 10 o'clock, drunk
enness and other oiimeHworo reduced
one half. Col. Norris on tho liquor
3PG cnlloincn will do well to call
jit tho Auoaui: and cxeruino tho latest
in Clothing nt tho lowest pi ice in tho
question said, "givo us clear water
before you shut off tho wine lap."
llv lcfeioneo to our ndvci Using
columns it will he seen that Mr. ).
F; Moigan will hold an auction sale
next Saturday evening. Tho goods
to he offeied will undoubtedly call
forth a largo attendance, and as
many goods will ho sold without re
seivoa chaneo will ho offered for
Asking a Chinaman what the
Chinese traders weio going to do
about tho Chinese account bill, yes
terday, he replied that tho Chinese
were about to petition the Legislature
to repeal tho act. If that failed, they
would test tho constitutionality of
tho bill, and if they should again fail
thoy will charter every available vessel
and go back to China.
In passing tho store of Mr. Mc
Incrny one cannot help admiring tho
elegant display of goods in the vnri
ous lines now being set out. Among
the choice variety will ho scon tho
famous Balbriggan hosiery in ladies',
gents', Misses' and children's goods,
for which the houso aro the special
agents here. A look at these win
dows will do any ono good, even if
thoy aio not in a buying mood. Wo
advise tho public to pause and oxntn
ino this line display. 31
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. C Honolulu Rifles, at
7 :30 o'clock.
Monthly missionary concert at
the Central Union Church at 7 :30
Religious services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral at 7 o'clock.
Mooting of Oahu Lodge K. of P.
in its hall on Fort street at 7:30
Meeting of Mystic Lodge K. of
1 in Harmony Hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Stag dance by the Honolulu So
Meeting of Hawaiian Social Club
at Ilayselden Hall at 7:30 o'clock.
A young lawyer, being very much
in love, sent the following lines to
his sweetheart :
"A fee simple and a simple fee,
And all the fees in tail,
Are nothing when compared with
Thou best of fees, female."
Doctor Johnson sent a rosy wreath
to a lady whom he admired, and she
returned it to him without answer or
remark; whereupon he wrote and
sent her the following lines :
"I sent thee late a rosy wreath,
Xot so much honoring thee,
As giving it a hope, that there
It would not withered be ;
But thou thereon didst only breathe,
And sent it back to me.
And since which it
Breathes and looks and smells,
Not of itself, but thee."
A BOLD FELLOW.
Prof. Frcitas' place of residence
was plundered yesterday by a youth
ful foreigner, who, having ascer
tained that the Professor was likely
to come home in half an hour, took
a chair and deliberately entered the
house through a window. The young
rascal, failing to open a trunk where
he probably expected to find money,
amused himself by turning the fur
niture upside down and throwing
the Professor's books and papers
about the rooms. Taking a few tri
fles, the fellow decamped a moment
or two before the resident of the
One of the U. S,
S. Omaha crew,
who has been in irons ever since
leaving Panama, for the killing of a
shipmate, jumped overboard from
tho ship at about 10 o'clock last
night, with his hand shackled.
Search was immediately made for
him, and on going to W. Davis'
houso out in the harbor, thinking
the deserter might have landed
there, the officers found two other
deserters in the houso and made
them prisoners. The one who had
jomped overboard has not yet been
found, and it is now believed he was
BY THE STEAMER HALL.
The steamer W. G. Hall, which
arrived here yesterday, from Hawaii
and Maui, had fresh trade winds up
to Friday morning, when the weather
changed a little. On Saturday light
southerly winds sprang up, followed
by heavy swells iu tho evening.
"While at anchor at Honuapo at 8 :U0
o'clock, Saturday evening, an ex
ceptionally largo wave rose all at
once, attracting the attention of all
hands. It passed by, however, with
out doing any damage. By Sunday
the sea was perfectly smooth, hut
that night a strong wind blew from
the south for about three hours,
then came a dead calm. While at
Piuiuluu, on Sunday, tho weather
assumed a very threatening appear
ance, dark clouds had gathered and
tho barometer was low. But the
sky cleared, the clouds sailing away
to the Westward. A heavy swell
then set in, and no boat could enter
Keauhou, the sea ran so high there.
Light southerly winds, with smooth
water, were experienced on the
home run. Passed tho schooner Ko
Au Hon off Hookena on Monday
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL advertise it iu the Daily Buxlktim
J&Go to Hid ArtCAbi: and gel ono
of thorn Kino Embroidered Dresses,
THEY SET SAIL.
Three British ninn-of-warsmen
belonging to II. 11. M. S. llyncinth,
set sail on Ben Horner's express
carriage, which was standing on the
corner of Nuuanu awl King streets,
last night, and ran before the wind.
While the trio were taking on stores
at a house on King street, at 12
o'clock, two of them were overhaul
ed awl capture ; the third slipped
his anchor and got away. The two
appeared before Judge Dayton iu
the Police Court this morning, and
wore fined $4.10 each.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
the annual meeting of tho
Chamber of Commerce this morn
ing, the only business of importance
done was the election of officers for
tho ensuing j'ear, as follows :
Chas. R. Bishop President
F. A. Schaefer Vice-President
J. B. Atherton
Secretary & Treasurer
Messrs. T. R. Walker, F. A.
Schaefer, P. C. Jones, W. G. Ir
win and J. F. Haekfeld were ap
pointed a Committee on Arbitration.
A committee on by-laws was also
COL NORRIS FOUND NO PARA
DISE. Colonel Samuel Norris divides his
time between Honolulu, San Fran
cisco, and the ocean separating the
two places. He has kept on steadily
dividing his time in this way for
many years. He goes to sea for
health and pleasure. The pleasure
consists in catching fish, or trying
to catch them. The longer he lives
tho older he grows, naturally, but
the juvenility of his spirit remains
about the same from year to year.
The Colonel turned up again in
Honolulu the other week after a
Bhort stay in San Francisco. lie
says he never found things, in a
political sense, so confused and
jumbled up over there as when he
left. The Presidential nominations
were tho topics of talk. Parties
were disintegrated, and broken into
factions and cliques. He was not
at all comfortable in the midst of so
much confusion. Getting hold of a
copj' of "the Paradiso of tho Paci
fic," he decided at once to skoot for
Once at sea with his hook and
line trailing behind the vessel, the
Colonel was again happy and con
tented. Fish were scarce and the
passage quick. Landing in the
"Paradise of the Pacific," he com
plains that it turned out to be no
paradise after all. Too many mos
quitoes, too much dust, too great
amount of wood moving around in
human shape, awl too many Celes
tials entirely for a paradise. Says
he, "I find the Mongolians combin
ing and successfully boycotting one
of your oldest and most respected
business houses. It is a poor para
dise for the white man where that
can be done, and you will all find it
out, if that kind of thing is not
stopped pretty soon."
01th Day Aug. 14th.
The House opened at 10 a. m.,
President W. R. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
Rep. F. Brown, under suspension
of the rules, piesented a petition
from II. G. Crabbe, praying for the
sum of $300 back pay. Referred
to Finance Committee.
Rep. Nakaleka, under tho samo
suspension, presented a petition
from the occupants of the market
praying that the rents of stalls and
tables that arc sold at auction be
abolished, and that the stalls be
sold annually instead of semi-annually.
Referred to Public Land Com
mittee. ItlU'OKT Or COMMITTEi:.
Rep. F. Brown reported that the
native version of the proposed
amendment of the Constitution was
printed and ready for distribution.
ItUSOI.UTIONS AND IIII.I.S.
Noble Hitchcock read a first time
a bill to encourage the cultivation of
ramie. Referred to Printing Com
mittee. UNKINISIIKIl I1USINUS3.
Third reading of the bill relating
to tho importation and sale of
Consideration of tho hill to regu
late the sale of liquor.
nop. i'. urown moved mat sec
tion 3 he passed as iu the bill.
Noble Richardson spoke in favor
of the indefinite postponement of
Noble Waterhouse spoke iu favor
of the section as in the hill. Ho
said if he was going to be suowed
in, ho had rather lie snowed in a
thousand feet deep than to have his
name go hefoio the public as an ad
vocate of thiH trafllc.
Noble Townsend said he was
ready to bo anowed under on this
issue, and should support the sec
tion as iu the hill.
Minister Thurston was iu favor of
striking out the section, not because
he was not a prohibitionist or an
advocate of temperance, hut ho
thought that they had a larger fish
to fry than thesb social evils? nrt
AST-Full lino of Ladles Misses'
and Children's Hats, Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Shoo at tho Aucadk.
J J ESS MRB B&k E3 &k KB Ml Sk RID fe Ell IU A, A fi S3 DTJ 75. Ev
Grand Reduction for ,60 Days Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my deparluro for San Francisco and tho Eastern Slates I have decided to hold a Grand Clearing Sah for (10 Days iu order to inako room for
new importation. I call attention to the general public that prices were never reduced so low and exceptionally striking bargains are offered iu every
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
Blankets, Bedspreads, Tablo Dmnasks, Towels, Corufortora, Prints, White &. Brown Cotton, Sheetings in all widths, etc., etc., etc., otc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
30 in. Batislc, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12Jc. por yard; 20 pes. White Pique, at GJc. per yard; 3(1 in. Fronch Percale, roduced to 12 Jc; 15 pes.
Gingham, to close out at lUc. yard; 125 pes. fast colored Ginghams, best assortment in town, rcducoat coat.
SPECIAL SALE EXTKEEME BARGAINS IN
Scotch Ginghams, Lawns, Whito Dress Goods, Nainsock, Seersuckers, Choviots, Saline Brocades, Chamhr.iy Noma Suiting, Cambrics and a great assort
ment of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING ItEDUCTION 10 pes. Jet Black Uenriette Cloth, ox tin quality double width, red. fiom $1.50 lo if 1.00 a yard
Great Reduction m Cassimeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 40c. a yard.
PAIIASOL Our entire stock of 1'uruBol 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' Betlin Wool Knitted Shawls, reduced at half price. Great Bargains in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
mense deduction in Misses' it Childrens' Dresses, Bonnets it Lace Caps. Ladies' Knitted Underwear; Ladies' Heavy Merino, full finished vests, red. from
$2to$l; Ladies' India Gauze, full finished vest, led. fiom $1 to G5c. ; a full lino of Ladies' India Gauxo Vest, red. from 75 to 50c. Special attention id
called to our
Special sale Oriental Lace, in holoku
Slxoe Department ! Slioe Department ! lioe
Our French Kid Button Shoe, hand sewed, red. from $6.50 to $5.50; French Kid Button Shoe, best value, red. from $5 to $-1; French Kid Button Shoo, a
beauty, red. from $5.50 to $4.50 : Childrens' Fronch Kid Button Shoe, red. from $2 to $1.50, sizes 3-0 ; Ladies' Black Silk Hose, red. to $1 a pair, value $1.50
Immense Eeflnction In Ladies Corsets & Boys' Willi SMrts, Boy's Knee Pants, reeled to 50c.
(Vnybody in bcarch of Bargains
our Sale all Goods sold "C. O. D."
thoy should not be brought forward
to cause a division in the House.
There arc other ways if prohibition
legislation is wanted, than this nag
ging hy passing a law that the
saloons shall be shut up at 10 p. in.
and this screen law. They do no
good nor do they advance the cause
of temperance one particle. There
are other issues that command the
attention of this House.
Minister Ashford said that the
issue is before us, and wo must do
something with it. He thought that
if asked, he should not have advised
sucli a bill, hut it is here, and we
must dispose of it. lie was no
puritan, but he did believe that
this law would have a great ten
dency to promote temperance. If
we arc at the mercy of the gin in
terest, let U3 know it; the sooner the
better for all hands. lie was against
the trafllc on principal. If allowed
to exist it would invade the polities
of thiu country as it has done in
Noble Townsend said that he be
lieved in prohibition, but did not
think itpracticable now. He thought
the time would come when prohibi
tion would be an issue. He was not
here to work for a re-election. He
thought it one of the great issues of
the country and should stand hy it.
Rep. Kamauoha spoke against the
section as in the bill. lie thought
that the passage of this section as in
the bill would do more harm than
Noble Waterhouse read an extract
from the report of the Attorney
General, where he ndviscn the clos
ing of saloons at 10 p. in., and that
the anti-screen law be tiicd.
Rep. Ilelckunihi spoke in favor of
the section as m tuc bill. lie was
surprised that there were so many
in the House who were afraid of the
liquor dealers He was not afraid.
Rep. Kaulii wanted to know if the
framers of that section thought that
if all these screens and darkened
windows wcro removed, that the
pioprietors would he ashamed of the
trafllc and throw up their licences?
If so. they arc very much mistaken,
as it is the liquor sellers, living and
they are going to stick to it. It was
all nonsense to bring a bill of this
kind beforo the Legislature that
would not meet the approval of the
The motion was lost.
Noble Young said he wished to
explain his veto. He was a temper
ance man hut could not support this
section. He stated that he went bo
fore tho public as a candidate on
the issue that nothing should he
done with the temperance question.
If we pass tho bill we will do more
to promote the liquor trafllc
anything we can otherwise
He did " not believe in
hing a man in the
He moved to indefinitely postpone
the whole bill.
Rep. Katthane Hiipportcd the bill.
Rep. V. Brown moved to indefin
itely postpone Scotions 2 and 3 and
lei Section 1 stand. Section S had
been well dismissed. Section 2 pro
vides for the closing of the saloons
ntlO o'clock instead of 11:80 as
Rep. Paehaole spoke in favor of
the bill, as he believed it would do
an immense amount of good.
Tho ayes and noes were called on
striking out Section 3 of the bill.
Ayes 21, Noes 19.
The Houso then took recess until
1 ;30 p. in.
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GSFGo to the Auoaui; for your
Fane' Goods, Chenille, Pon Pons,
Trimmings, Splashers, Tidies, Ktc.
Oriental Laces, Torclioi Laces, Colon! Eibrleries, wilcli lie
lngth, 50c. yard; 20 pc Oriental Lace,
should call first at the Temple of Fashion
Xottces under this htad are charged 10 cend
per Una for the first insertion, ami 6 cents per line
every additional insertion.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will be gratefully rccclr
cd for the use of the inmates of tho
liraneli llospital for Lepers at Kuknako,
or nt the Leper Scttlment on Molokni,
if left with J. T. Waterhouse, jr., at the
Queeu Stroet Store t&f tf
:. J. F1SHE
-ron TIM 8-
152 dozen Ladies' colored hordorcd
Handkerchiefs .. .50c per doz
81 doz Ladieh' unbleached Balhri
jjun Hoso, silk clockee and full
finished at 25c
Gents' whito linen Shirts, linen bo
soms and cuffs $1
220 doz Gents' full finish Balbrigan
Undershirts, either long or short
sleeves, all sizes 45c each
Gents' whiU cotton Undershirts...
Gents' full finished silk clocked
Hoso $2.25 per doz
very large Stock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Collars (standing
A full liud of all wool Ovcrshirts
and all wool UndorshiitH from..
Gouts' lino l'ajania Suits from
17G doz Children's colored Hobo.. .
lOo pr pair
Fine Tuikisli Bath Towels
3 for 50c
Linen hand-niado Titles
Black Silk stripe Grenadine
20c per yard
Ladies Jersey Waists from
Misses' and Children's Hose, full
finish and Silk Clocked iu pink
and blue, from size 1 to 8, at. . .
25o per pair
We have mado a REDUCTION In all
Remember thin is our last week
GREAT INVENTORY SALE
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
gdrThd Auo-ulo In tho place to
buy your Dress Goods, latest style ;
Silks, Woolens and Lawns. The
leader of low prices.
red. to 5c. yard worth 15c; 40
hefoio purchasing Goods, we guarantoe you
Black Jersey !
FOR LADIES !
LACE CURTAINS &
EHLERS & 00
19 & 81 lit Street,
13iitviiiioeN J'roitL Klujr
Every description of wirl: iu tho above lines performed in a first-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing: a Specialty.
ESTBell Telephone, 107ia (mrh l-88-ly) CSTBcll Telephone, 107-
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For Sale Cheap !
fir"' ' J.iLLZiksXMlMWXWtmfmMnU
Granite, lion and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING-, TIM, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
flftf-Tnu Daily Buuutm Wtfc'iftr
Summary is the hc3t paper to send
to friends abroad. Mailed to any
address, S5 per nnntitu, which in
at lie Cost !
Oriental Lace, red. 10c. yrd. w orth 20o
will save money. During
FULL LINES IN-
Black Jersey !
FOR LADIES !
VELVET RUGS, ETC.
- Oli Rose Premises.
and Mcruhnut St.
For Sale Cheap
8 KaaiiiiMU Street