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THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1888.
, , ARRIVALS.
Stmr U It Hlsliop fnun KudIjii
Bk Kalakatia from MnliuUotia
HUM S Ksnlegle, II days from Co
iiulmbu " DEPARTURES.
Btiur j'olo for Lalialna and llamakua at
it p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
BtmrAV O Ilnll for Laliaina, Maalaca,
Komi, Kan and the Volcano at 10
USS Omaha for Yokohama
Stmr C It Bishop for Walanae, Waialua
and Koolau at !) a in
Tor London, via Sydney, per bk
Woullalira, Aug 15 Misses Ida and L
Bariiuson and Mr St. Clair.
For San Francisco, per tern W S
Bowne, Aug 15 Mr Golilenberjj, Mrs
Anderson audi! chlldicn, and Mr illncr.
From Koolau, per stmr C It Bishop,
Aus 10 Mrs J Una and 2 children, Mi
ami Mrs Kinic and 10 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr C It Bishop 2-14 bgs rice, 17 hides
and 1100 watermelons.
The British bark Woollalira .sailed
yesterday afternoon for Sydney to load
wool for England.
The schooner W S Bowne sailed for
San Francisco yesterday afternoon, tak
ing 12,M)i) bgs of sugar valued at SG7,
820.70. - LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Coronet paity visited the Pali
A kuwahd is olleretl for a lost
Tin; tug Eleu will not be ready for
service until Satuiday.
Tun King visited the American
yacht Coronet yesterday.
The Itiilo's armory is being lixed
up for the hop on the 21th.
"Waturmixons were selling at seven
cents a piece at the fish market this
Tun third organ recital will T3c
given at Kaumakapili church Thurs
day evening, August 23rd.
An excellent picture of Princess
Kaiulani by 'Williams, will shortly be
placed on exhibition at the gallery.
Mr, II. J. Nolle has a lot of genu
ine Manila cigars for sale. After a
trial, they are heie declared to be
A rnif-ONER while chopping wood
at the jail yesterday cut his foot, and
will now have suflicient excuse to sit
down to his "hard labor."
The Arion Musical Society has had
a glorious day for their picnic at
Waikiki, and the night promises to
be fully as lino for their ball.
Oxi.y a small lot left, of the ladies
black pure silk hose for 1.25 a pair,
real value 2.i)0, at Sach's mammoth
clearance sale, 104 Fort street.
Mil, Fageirooe, practical watch
maker and jeweler, has removed to
the premises formerly occupied by
the late Win. Turner, King street.
Whether the Government should
not improve existing public works
before undertaking new ones, is the
subject for debate by the Debating
Club, this evening.
A young society lady, in speaking
about Naval Ofiicers, said "they were
pleasant company as a change, but
"when they make loo long a stay you
become tired of them, you know, and
want to see new faces."
The Captain of tho steamer C. It.
Bishop, which arrived from Koolau
this morning, reports that ho was at
Kaneohe during the recent gale, and
though tho wind howled there and tho
sea was rough, no damage, to apeak
of, was done. At Puiialuu, Koolau,
however, tho Church and a house
weio blown down and cano fields
were made level.
In passing tho store of Mr. Mc
Inerny one cannot help admiring tho
elegant display of goods in tho vari
ous lines now being sot out. Among
tho choice, variety will bo seen tho
famous Balbiiggan hosiery in ladies',
gents', Misses' and childicu's goods,
for which tho house aro tho special
agonts lioro. A look at theso win
dows, will do any ono good, oven if
thoy aro not in a buying mood. Wo
advise tho public to pauso and oxain
ino this lino display. IU
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
11Y J. T. MOUUAN.
Sale of jewelry, etc., belonging to
tho estate of the late W. Turner, at
10 o'clock a. in.
Sale of wooden building, etc., at
the rear of Lucas' mill, at 12 o'clock
THE EVENINCAUWoT SALE.
Mr. J. V. Morgan requests us to
mako known to the ptiblio that tho
nootls to bo sold on Saturday even
ing, will bo ready for exhibition to
morrow afternoon up to tho time of
CSrGcnllcmcn wilt do woll to call
at the Aiioauk and exumino the latest
In Clothing at the lowest price in the
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. A Honolulu Killcs at
Meeting of the Honolulu Debating
Society in the Hall of Oalnt Lodge
K. of I at 7:00 o'clock.
Hall of the Avion Society at Wai
kiki. Imm w
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
UEKOHE VltESTON, J.
Wednesday, Aug. 15th.
In ro estate of Henry Jacob Hart,
laic of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased.
Petition of Alex. J. Cartwright
and AV. C. Parke for probate of will.
Heard and decision reserved until
10 a. m. Thursday.
J. M. Monsarrat for petitioner,
W. C. Parke one of petitioners ; A.
Rosa for the widow.
Thursday, August lGlh.
In re estate of Mai Keaweamahi
(w) of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased.
Petition of Keaweamahi (k), hus
band of deceased for probate of will,
and that letter testamentary be is
sued to Frank Pallia.
Partly heard and continued until
the testimony, of D. Nahoolewa,
the remaining subscribing witness
to the will can be taken, he being
unable on account of sickness to
attend this hearing.
W. C. Aclii for petitioner; A.
Rosa for contestant Kaanaaua.
THAT COFFEE BILL.
Epitok Bulletin: During the
discussion iu the House on the bill
"to encourage an incorporation in
the culture of coffee," I notice
that the Hon. Noble Baldwin as well
as the Minister of the Interior,
claims that jit was not in the inter
est of Mr. Forsyth. Was it not Mr.
Forsyth after his cinchona scheme
had failed who first proposed this
Coffee Bill? Did lie not during the
first months of this year, send a
prospectus around town to form a
company, and afterward called on
parties to induce them to subscribe
stock to said company, and as an
inducement showed a letter from
the Minister of the Interior, which
states that the Government had de
cided to subsidize such -an under
taking with 05,000.00? Has he or
has he not, been under a salary
from the Government for a long
time in order to find a most suitable
place for such an enterprise on any
of these Islands?
Being not acquainted with Mr.
Forsyth's financial circumstances,
lie being an entire stranger here, is
it to be wondered that the Hon.
Widemann with his train should
come to the conclusion that this
very bill, having been displayed by
Mr. Forsj-th three or four months
before it came before the House was
undoubtedly gotten up in the inter
est of said gentleman.
If however the Government wishes
to take all the glory of this grand
schemo about to be inaugurated,
then Mr. Forsyth has my hearty
sympathy for having spent his time
and given his valuable advice with
out getting a quid pro quo.
One or Tim train.
ARRIVAL OF THE ESPIEGLE.
II. B. M. S. gEspieglc arrived
this morning, 4-1 days from Co
quimbo, en route for Esquimault,
The Espiegle is a screw sloop of
10 guns, 1,100 tons burden and has
ojngincs of 1,100 horse power. Her
length is 170 feet, beam 0G feet and
draught 1G feet 4 inches. Her full
speed under steam is 12J knots. She
has electric apparatus, improved
machine guns and other modern ar
rangements. She was commission
ed at Devonport, on Aug. 20rd,
1887, and has 145 men all told.
The Espiegle left Coquimbo on
July 3rd, and on thcGthof the same
month parted with the Admiral for
Honolulu. Nothing unusual occur
red during the trip here, excepting
that she lost tho S.E. trades in 5 N..
picked up tho N. E. trade in 13 N.,
on Sunday last in Lat. 1(5.50 N., and
Lon. 144.18 AV. encountered heavy
The Espiegle will remain here 8
or 10 days. She is anchored be
tween the U. H. S. Omaha and II.
B. M. S. Hyacinth. On taking po
sition this morning, she manned her
yards and saluted His Majesty, who
was boarding II. B. M. S. Hyacinth
at tho time. Sho afterwards saluted
the American Admiral and tho Ha
waiian Hag. Tho Espiegle w.is at
first reported to be the Conquest,
but on close observation she looks
entirely different from that vessel.
Considerable of the paint on the
Espiegle sides had h.een knocked off
in patches and it was currently re
ported that she had just come from
tho regions of ice.
Following is a list of tho ofiicers
of tho Espiegle.
Commander Arthur C. Clark.
Lieutenants A. II. Smith-Dor-rien,
Charles E. Pritcliard, Henry
Staff Surgeon David B. Bookey.
Paymaster Robt. A. Moore.
Chief Engineer A. J. Johns.
Gunner Frederick G. Blcwett.
Boatswain John Allen.
Carpenter John Burlace.
THE DAILY BULLETIN has the
lurgt'bi circulation of any paper
printed iu this Kingdom. CO cents pcr
RGErGo to the Arcade and gel one
of them Fine- Embroidered Dresses,
only SO. 50.
A KICKER ASKS QUESTIONS.
Ediiok Bum.etin: Just befoto
last election for Nobles and Repre
sentatives, the writer remembers
there was considerable comment on
tho conduct of several officers of tho
Government, notably among them
the Marshal, who was at that time
severely criticised that ho did not
more thoroughly clear out a number
of unlicensed drinking and gambling
houses, which were then known to
What has our present wortlry
Marshal dono to remedy this evil?
He has caused the arrest and trial
(at great expense to tho Govern
ment) of a number of Chinese and
Japanese for throwing dice and in
dulgence in the game of Fan Tan.
Has he done anything more? Docs
he not know that liquor is sold every
Sunday in Honolulu by parties who
arc not only in opposition to the
law but are also in opposition to
those who pay to the Government a
licence of a thousand dollars a year
for the privilege of selling fire
Docs he not also know that some
of his nearest neighbors carry on a
little game nearly evcr3" evening and
all day Sunday, for the convenience
of the young men in this city?
If he is ignorant of all these facts,
is he not then incompetent for this
If lie is aware of what is going on
and does nothing to prevent it, what
excuse does the Reformers have for
Is it any better that he should
neglect his duty than that his pre
decessor should have done the same
LIBERAL REFORM PARTY.
Editor Bulletin: The "Adver
tiser" calls the last Convention a
Liberal Convention and refers to the
party iu power as the Liberal Reform
Party. It seems very strange that
the organ of the Reform Party
should substitute a new name for
its party, and especially a name
which has no identity with that por
tion of the party which controls the
The term Liberal Reform party
was first used by the men opposed
to tho old Reform Party. How the
"Advertiser" has the presumption
to steal the name after the Conven
tion certainly seems very queer.
The Reform Part-, or rather that
division of it in power, is not liberal.
In fact, it is just the opposite, and
might be truly styled the Conserva
tive, the Prohibition, or the Illib
The intense feeling of the liberal
clement in the Convention and
among vthe crowd of spectators,
showed the strong aversion to the
governing and law-making faction
which exists. Attempts are being
made to puss laws detrimental to
the interests and enjoyments of the
poorer classes of the community.
This is not liberal, and Saturday
night's demonstration indicated that
it is not popular.
The paying of policemen only 800
a month, for 12 hourswork per day,
may be reform, but it does not
make an efficient police force, nor is
Tho saving of a few dollars in
building a wharf or a bridge, may
show economy and great honesty,
but it docs not make a popular Gov
ernment nor a substantial job. Any
how, it has no clement of liberality
Framing laws which are a benefit
only to planters, rich merchants,
and lawyers will not advance nor
develop a country. It may make a
few rich, like the Southern planters
in the United States were beforo the
war, and like some other Southern
the industrial and laboring classes.
It is also distinctly opposed to the
spirit of truly liberal Government.
This gives the first consideration to
the toilers and sweaters.
Meddling with the liquor question
in a waynotcalculated to advance the
cause of morals or the public good,
is making many enemies in the Re
form Party; especially as it was
plainly understood during the gen
eral election campaign and at the
great Nominating Convention that
that problem should be let alone.
This meddling smacks of narrowness.
There is not one spark of liberal
sentiment in it.
There is a liberal wing to the Re
form Party. This wing did not
unite with tho Conservatives to
overturn the old administration, and
to elect Nobles ahd Representatives
for the purpose of teaching us mo
rals and making saints of us. It
.seems that the oldor our civilization
grows, the more learned and reli
gious wo become, and in proportion
need to increase our statutes to
keep from law-breaking. The
human mind naturally revolts against
being driven into morals by force or
prohibition. But this is just what
the Legislature, which calls itself
the Reform Party, is trying to do.
There is no liberality about it. Tho
liberal wing is at present out of the
.To concludo, the Illiberal Govern
ment and Legislature must rccog
niso tho liberal clement of tho party
and the pcoplo, and inasmuch as tho
parly is urged to vote solid for the
nominee oi tho Convention, to vindi
cate tho present administration, It
would ho some sign of tfratitutlo
BST-Full lino of Liulicn' Misses'
and Children's Hats, Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Shoe at the Arcade.
Grand Reduction for 60 Days Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my doparluro for San Fraiicuuo and the Eastern Stall's 1 have (lei-uU d to lmld a Grand C'li'iuiui; S.d fm (it) D.ij-j in order to mnko room for
new importations. I call attention to the general public that prices wi-re never reduced so low and oxi'cplioii.illv Milking hargaius are olibrod iu every
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
Blankets, Bedspreads, Table Damasks, Towels, Comforters, Prints, White fc Brown Cotton, Shootings in all widlh, etc., etc., etc., etc. " ,
3G in. Batislo, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12Jc. pur yard; 20 pes. White Pique, at GAc. per yard; 315 in. French Percale, reduced to 12 jc; 1G pci.
Gingham, to close out at 10c. yard; 125 pes. fast colored Ginghams, best assortment in town, leducod at cost.
SPECIAL SALE -EXT11EEME BAltGAINS IN
Scotch Ginghams, Lawns, White Dress Goods, Nainsook, Seersuckers, Cheviots, Satino Brocades, Oliambniv l'on.a Suiting, Cambrics and a groat assort
ment of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING REDUCTION 10 pes. Jet Black Henriottc Cloth, exlra finality doiiblu width, rod. from iJil.oO to $1.01) a yard
Great Reduction in Cassimeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double widtli, reduced to 45c. a yard,
PARASOL Our entire stock of Parakol less than manufacturer's cost. Particular attention is called to our Ladies', Misses' it Childrens' Muslin Under
wear which arc offered at a great sacrifice. Ladies' Berlin Wool Knitted Shawls, reduced at half pi ice. Great Bargains in Ladies' Jersey Waists, lin
mouse Reduction in Misses' & Childrens' Dies-sos, Bonnets it Lace Cap?. Ladies' Knitted Underwear; Ladies' Heavy Moiino, full finished vests, red. from
sf 2 lo $1; Ladies' India Gauze, full finished vest, red. from $1 to G5c. ; a full line of Ladies' India Gaiue Vest, icd. from 7f to fiOc. Special attention is
called to our
Eirolries, Oriental Laces, Torclom Laces, Colored Eirollrlas, wliicli lie sold al Bone Cost !
Special sale Oiicntal Lace, in holoku length, 50c. yard; 20 pes. Oriental Lace, red. to 5c. yard worth 15c; 10 pes. Oriental Lace, red. 10c. yrd. w orth 30c
!5lioe Department ! Shoe JOepartuaeiit; ! Slhoo Xepni"tnxeiit: !
Our French Kid Button Shoe, hand sewed, red. from $6.50 to $5.50; French Kid Button Shoe, best value, red. from $5 to $4; French Kid Button Shoo, a
beauty, red. from if5.50 to $-1.50: Childrens' French Kid Button Shoe, red. from $2 to .?1.50, sizes :)-(5 ; Ladies' Black Silk Hose, red. to $1 a pair, value $1.50
Immense Miction ii Ladies Corsets & Boys' lift Sfiirts, Boy's Knee Pants, reduced to 50c.
jjDff"Anybody in search of Bargains should call first at the Temple of Fashion befoie purchasing Goods, we guarantee you will save money. During
our Sale all Goods sold "C. O. D." Aug. 1-lm
to give us liberals a little show to
retain our rights, while we do not
prevent you from having yours.
A fat client went to this great
lawyer, with an expressed deter
mination to go to law, and after
stating tho facts of his case very
fully, said to Mr. Webster, "Now,
I want you to bring suit, right
away against that man, I am ready
to pay your fee, if you will tell nu;
what it is." Webster, as the sequel
will show, did not think the man
had a, very strong case, but did not
deem it advisable to tell him so, as
the man did not ask him what he
thought of the case, and was deter
mined to go to law, and seemed
anxious to hand out the fee
Webster beholding the dazzling foe,
paused a moment, and said, "Well,
I suppose a thousand dollars will
sulllcc as a retainer," and the client
instantly handed that amount over
to Mr. Webster, and the man rose
and was about to leave, when Web
ster rose and said, "Well, you have
employed me to prosecute this suit,
and I will do it to the best of my
ability, but I frankly advise you to
compromise the matter if you can."
The man left and returned a
short time afterward -and said,
"Well, Mr. Webster, I have com
promised that matter, as you ad
vised me;" and Mr. Webster said,
"I am glad to hear it, I think you
acted wisely ;" and tho client, after
waiting to hear Webster say some
thing about the thousand dollars,
but hearing nothing, said, "How
about the thousand dollars I gave
you, Mr. Webster?" Mr. Webster
said, "You gave me that as a re
tainer, and I am a retainer, I
have lised it, and it served me a
very good purpose ; I happened to
need just that amount of money.
You followed my advice, and
have profited by it, and I think you
ought to be satisfied as well as I
am." The client said, "No, I
am not satisfied, and if you do not
return me that money or a large
part of it, I will go to the Chief Jus
tice and ask him to make you do it,
and if he will not, then I will go to
the court, and make complaint
against you." Webster said, "Do
as you please about that; there is
no judyo or court In Massachusetts,
that would interfere, revise, recon
struct, alter, abrogate, or make a
now contract between an attorney
and his client, iu regard to a fee,
any sooner than he or it would inter
fere between two other individuals,
in regard to any other contract,
about any other matter or thine;,
about which thoy might lawfully
contract." And thus that matter
ON August Ulli, 1 Veterinary Ciitlic
ter. Fiiulcr will bo lewarilud by
leaving it at tho oillce of A. B. Itowut,
King street. "I lw
Hai just received by lato arrivals 11
tpU'iidiil stock of
H.-AJDIISS' & MEN'S
Which lie is now belling at extremely
l Low Prices. lm
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
L advertise it iu tho Daily Bullutih.
B3fGo to tho Arcade for your
Fancy Goods, Chenille, Pon Pons,
Trimmings, Splashers, Tidies, Etc.
Jfoticts under this hcail are chargeil 10 cents
per line for the first insertion, anil 6 cents per tine
every additional insertion.
CLEAN RAGS and second baud
clothing will be gratefully rccclv
cd for the use of the inmates of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kakaulco,
or ut the Leper Settlment on Molokai,
if left wltli .T. T. "Wuterhousc, jr., at the
Queen Street Store t&f tf
XA.ST "VSnEDEflK: I
INVENTORY SALE !
152 doien Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs .. . 60c per doz
8-1 doz LadicV unbleached Balbri
gau Hone, silk elockeo and full
finished at 25c
dents' white linen Shuts, linen bo
som and cull's $1
220 (W Gents' full finish Iialbrigan
Unlcrshiilr, either long or short
blruves, all sizes 45c each
Gents' white cotton Undershirts...
Cienls' full fiuihhed bilk clocked
Ilofeo $2.25 per doz
A very largo Stock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen CollarH (sdaudiuc;.
A full lind of all wool OvcrahirtH
and all wool Undornliirts fiom .
GcntB1 lino Pajama Knitx from
170 doz Oliildreu'H colored Hose.. .
10c pr pair
Fine TurkiHh Hath Towels
II for 50c
Linen hand-made Tides
Black Silk btripo Grenadine
., 20c per yard
Ladies' Jcibey Waists from
Mih&cs' and Children's llouo, full
finish and Silk Clocked iu pink
and blue, from size 1 lo 8, at ...
25c per pair
We have made a REDUCTION In all
Itemeniber this is our last week
GREAT ulSioM SALE
CM AS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
CsSf-Tho Anc.vdc is the place to
buy your Dress Goods, latest style ;
Silks, Woolens and Lanns. The
leader of low prices
a u ft M ti.i ft 3 a u
&rx -y jbl tu tfa &,
Sill Si !!$ I
FOH LADIES '
LACE CURTAINS &
79 & 81 Hie Street
ICit Li'mieuH IVom llicr ujitl Moroluiut St.
Every description of work in the iihovo lines performed in a Ursulas manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
C-ltcH Telephone, l(!7-ffia (mill 1-88-ly) tSllcU Telephone, 1G7"
For Sale Cheap I
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JOHN I0TT, lo. 8 Kat!anii Street.
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Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIM, COPiEE AHD
093 SHEET IRON WORK.
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