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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
II nek stand: Merchant ami Fort
strcol. Telephones, !t!3".
SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1888.
Stun- J A Cuininln fioiu Kooliiu
Stinr Jlolfolll from Molokni
Stinr Wnlnlealo fiom Kmml
Stun- Llkellkc from Knhulul
Stinr. In1 Mal;ee from ICupan
Kehr llaleaknhi from l'epcekeo
Selir Ki An lion from Viiim
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stinr Knnla for Wnlanae, anil Walahia
at 1) a in
Stinr J A IJuinnihis for Koolan at I) a in
Stinr Mokolil for .Molokai at 5 pin
Stinr Llkellko for Kalmliil ami way
ports ul " i m
USb Omaha for Yokohama
Prom Walunau anil Walalna, per stinr
Kaiila, Aug IV Jlis Wlilcinanii, Jli-1
Atkinson, Air Carter, Mr Arneuiiinu, 1
limnc anil 8 others.
Prom luihiilut anil way porR per
stinr Likellke. Aug 18 Mr Shoberjr.
Taro Anilo, CXlikuiil, G (! Williams 11
Dnvlc. Mr ICaliananiil, Alice K Ilauapl,
Y1 Meann, M.t- Akl anil 5 chllilicn, It
Meanii, Chang Chung, Jlio Germain, C
11 Miles Chong l'oon. Akana, ttow ICco
and wife, M. Jilulnn, Mr Pierce and 72
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr Kaala r.2." ligs sugar.
Stinr J A Cummins 700 bgs sugar.
Stinr liikelike 10!)5 hgs ugar, GO bgs
potatoes, :i: hides and 7 hor-es.
Selir llaleakala 11-lO.bgs sugar.
Stmr Makee 1,277 bgs sugar.
The IT S S Omaha weighed anchor
this morning and hailed for Yokohama.
NAKITINA AtLclco, Saturday, Aug.
18th, to the wife of Moes K. Na
kuina, a boy.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tun Kinau will sail on Tuesday.
Go to the Elite to-day for cream
Tjik laying of the railroad track
towards Palama has been resumed.
Si'Kci.u, attention is called to iv
water notice in our advertising
A native, named Ivala, was com
mitted to the Insane Asylum this
The Tlonolulus and Vandalias
play at baseball this afternoon, he
ginning at 3 o'clock.
Mn. Wollers has a small gold ring
found at the Arion picnic, which the
owner can have by calling on him.
Tun Hawaiian IJnnd was stationed
on the P. M, S. S. wharf this morn
ing, to play oll'tho U. S. S. Omaha.
At the Macfarlanc's auction sale
to-night, at the salesroom of Mr. Jas.
P. Jlorgan, .'i gents elegant diamond
rings will be offered.
Tin: pile driver has boon placed in
position in the stream near the Chi
nese laundry, preparatory to widen
ing King street biidge.
Peopi.i: living on Uerelania street
near the residence of Col. laukea,
complain of the shameful condition
of the road in that vicinity.
Tin: morning service at St. An
drew's Cathedral for the Second Con
gregation will bo at 11 o'clock. The
crews of the ships Hyacinth nnd Es
piegle will attend.
. Tin: bchoonor Haleakala with the
Walker party was four days making
Pepeekeo on account of calms. The
weather, Captain Kibling reports,
has been most gorgeous.
Accohwno to tho nowspapers, and
a gentleman fiom Waialua, a few
few weeks ago Mr. . Y. Squires died
and was hiuied. It turns out how
ovor, that the gentleman is still alive,
and intends coming to town shortly.
On exhibition and for sale at tho
New Candy htoio Hotel street,
are sovoral handsome wedding cakes
made by the Elite. These cakes
wore niado for I lie special houelit of
eloping couples or marriages on short
Tin: Captain of tho U. S. S. Dol
phin said, this moining, that had
any representative of tho press an
nounced himself as such, yesterday,
lie could lmvo gone on board the
vessel and would liavo been lecoived
with due cotutesy.
THE KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOL.
Kditou Bui.t.i:tin: Relative to tho
statement in your local columns of
yesterday's issue, that the full num
ber of applications for the Kaineha
incha School had been received, I
wish to state, that further applica
tions will bo received, preference
being given to those who apply first
should vacancies occur. Should the
number of applications warrant it, ti
new dormitory will be constructed
and put in readiness to receive forty-five
more boys at tho beginning
of the next term in February.
Wm, J. OhiisON, Principal.
oSrGenllcnicn will do well to call
nt the AitCAin: and exemino the latest
in Clothing at the lowest pi ice in (he
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Auction sale at tho salesroom of
J. F. Morgan, at 7:30 o'clock.
Political meeting at Kaiiumkapili
Church at 7 o'clock.
Music and skating at tho Yoscm
Meeting of the Hawaiian Social
Club at 7:30 o'clock.
GGtii day. Aug. llith.
The House opened at 10 a. m.,
President W. 11. Castle in the Chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
WH'OKTS or COMMITTT.r.S.
Noble Baldwin reported from the
Finance Committee to whom was re
ferred the bill to better facilitate the
completion of tax appeals, that they
have prepared a substitute bill, and
recommend its passage. Adopted.
Noblo Robinson reported from the
Committee on Commerce to whom
was referred the hill relating to the
licensing of commercial travellers, re
commending that tho bill pass. The
report was accepted and laid on
the table to be considered with the
Rep. C. Brown reported from a
majority of the Judiciary Committee
on the bill to abolish the Hospital
tax, recommending that it be laid on
the table to be considered with the
Rep. F. Brown reported two docu
ments printed and ready for distri
bution. UKSOLUTlOXS AND 11IU.S.
Noble Townsend read a first time
a bill to regulate and improve the
civil service of the Hawaiian Isl
ands. Referred to Printing Com
mittee. Rep. Kalaukoa asked the Minister
of Foreign Affairs the following
questions: Is it the intention of the
Government to return young Hcring
to his home? Is the Government
going to send him to the same
place young Marchant has been
The Minister answered the ques
tions, that the Government sent lor
Herring to come home. The Govern
ment purchased a first class ticket
for him through to his home and also
furnished him with money. "When
he arrived in New York he had spent
all his money and got more from the
Consul there. He proceed on his
vay to California, and again got
hard up. The Consul there gave
him money and arranged tor his
passage home "When the time came
for the departure of the vessel.
Young Herring was reported to be
sick. Investigation proved that he
had got into debt and pretended
to bo sick. His debts were paid, and
again arrangements were made for
his departure "When the lime came
he could not be found, and the Con
sul had been unable up to date to
learn of his whereabouts. There
fore the Government have nothing
more to do with him.
Noblo Hitchcock moved to recon
sider the vole on the liquor bill,
which passed its second reading
This bill was made the order of
the day to-day and placed at tho
foot of the Calendar.
Noble Smith presented a report
from the Judiciary Committee on
the petition of B. Norton for a re
fund of 85 illegal taxes, recom
mending that 5 be inserted in the
Appropriation Bill to refund said
Norton the amount claimed.
OKDKH OK THi: DAY.
The House went into Committee
of the "Whole, Noble Smith in the
chair, to consider the Election Bill.
Noble Castle moved to take up
the consideration of Section 29 that
was deferred, to revise the Hawaiian
The correction was made and the
Section 42 was then taken up.
Noble Castle said that this was an
important section of the bill, as it
was tho first that dealt directly with
the principal involved in the whole
hill and that was, secret voting. As
the framcr of the hill, he believed it
right, but if the House should deem
it advisable to striko out this section,
and not support a secret ballot, he
had provided for such an emergenc3',
by asking different members of the
House to draft u substitute section,
ono of which lie presented, which
simply provides for polling stations
with no restrictions other than that
they shall not bo in or on tho pre
mises where liquor is sold, and loft
it to the House which they should
Committee then rose reported pro
gress and asked leave to sit again at
1 p. in., which was granted.
The House re-assembled at 1 p.
in. and went into committee of the
whole, Noblo Dole in tho chair, to
further consider the Flection Bill.
Minister Thurston spoko against
the section as in tho hill. He said
it was an ideal bill for an intelligent
electorate, but would not answer for
us here. Ho was thereforo in favor
of tho substitute section, lie ob
jected to the bill, 1st, that It would
not bo a secret ballot; 2nd, that it
is not beneficial to this country. He
slated that iu some districts the Por-
Biy-Go to the AucADi; and get one
of them Fine Embroidered Du-sscs,
tugucso voto was in tho majority,
and they are piovcrbially illiterate,
consequently they must ask the In
spector to check their ticket for
tlicm, which makes the ballot more
piihlic.than it now is. Ho said that
he did not believe that tho majority
of tho voters could be trusted to
carry out their own wishes. There
arc largo majorities in the outside
disliicts who will vole for those who
promise the most. He was not in
favor of any coercion at the polls.
He behved that a man should go
untrammelled to vote, and he be
lieved that there were 15 or 20 in
telligent people in every district that
could explain and expound the
status of the different candidates.
He believed that if the Government
controlled the printing of the ballots
and issued them to candidates, that
the ballot would bo more secret than
it can be with this hill. The intelli
gent -vote of this country is in the
minority and wo have to enact law
to protect the minority from the illi
terate majority. Becauselthis laws
has been successful in countries
wheic there is a largo intelligent
electorate, it docs not follow that it
will be so here
Rep. Kinney spoko against the
section as in the bill. He said it
would cut off outside influence and
double tho inlluenco inside, and that
inside could and would be controlled
by a corrupt Government.
Noble Smith moved to indefinitely
postpone the section. lie said that
if we had an intelligent electorate
he might support the bill, but we
have not that, and ho believed that
the object would be defeated by
adopting this section. But secrecy
coifld be obtained to a certain ex
tent by adopting the amendment
offered or some other iikc it.
Noble Waterhouse said he wished
to have his vote recorded for a secret
ballot. He said that all men should
have the right to go to the polls and
deposit his ballot without anybody
else knowing what that ballot con
tained. Rep. C. Brown was in favor of the
section as in the bill. The basis of
the opposition to this bill seems to
be that there are a large number of
illiterate voters. He did not believe
that the illiterate voters in the outer
districts would exceed one tenth of
the whole number; a very large
majority can read and write, and
arc able to voto intelligently. If
the British Colonies, Great Britain
and several statc3 of the United
Stales of America from whom this
law has been in part have
found it to work well, why should
not Hawaii try it? "We aro no more
ignorant than other nations, but. will
compare favorably with any nation
in the world, as regards literacy.
Minister Ashford spoke in favor
of the section as in tho bill. He
was iu favor of the secret ballot. It
is not a new experiment, it has been
tried in other countries and proved
successful. He did not know why
it should not be so here He had
no doubt that abuses would creep in,
as they had done in other countries,
but he believed now was the time
to adopt the secret ballot and he
wished to have his vote recorded in
favor of it.
Noble Baldwin believed in the bill
as a whole, and had supported the
preceding sections. He thought
that some of the succeeding sections
wore good and he should support
them, but he did not believe in this
section, which provide for secret
balloting. He spoke of tho illiter
acy of the majority of the voters on
plantations, and said it was impossi
ble for any secrec3' to be observed
by these people in voting, because
they had to depend upon others to
show them which names to mark.
He should vote against the section
because he deemed it impractica
ble Rep. Kamauoha spoke in favor of
the bill. He referred to the objec
tion raised by the other side, that
illiterate persons would have to get
the assistance of the Inspector to
mark their tickets, it is just the
same under the present system, an
ignorant man comes to one of the
runners outside the polls and asks
for a special ticket. Ho is is handed
one, but he does not know whether
that ballot contains the name of tho
candidate he wishes to vote for or
not. This system obliges the in
spector to mark this man's ticket with
the name ho desires, and tho candi
date as well as two assistants Hint
this laws allows to bo around tho
polls will seo that tho inspector does
mark the ticket as requested. lie
should biippott tho section as in the
Rep. Nakaleka spoke in favor of
tho section. lie. thought it would
bo the means of stopping ony
intimidation nt the polls and conse"
qucnlly should support it.
Noble Hitchcock euid that from
all that had been said against it, he
failed to seo why tho secret ballot
would not be beneficial to tho public
generally. It was what was need to
stop intimidation at the polls, and
give every man an opportunity to
voto as ho wished without being
afraid of offending anyone. It had
been argued that this will not' pro
duce a secret ballot. It i3 as secret
as possibly can he obtained with an
illiterate coiibtilucney. These peoi
plo have been allowed to vote,
whether wisely or unwisely, it mat
ters not. if the opponents ot this
bill wish to influence the illiterate
car-Full lino of Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Hats, Ladies Misses'
and Children's Shoe at the Aucauk.
J J nxa raHR ess n tea scs ra rati niMHBCA ran pih etiCk .& a KM PM .-. K,
Grand Reduction for 60 Bays Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my departure for San Francisco and the Eastern States 1 have decided to hold a Grand ('Wnui; .ib f..t liti Dns in older to make room for
new importations. I call attention to the gcncial public that prices were never reduced so low and ovcipti'mnlh tiikiiig luirij.iius are ofleied iu every
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
Blankets, Bodspieadu, Table Damasks, Towels, Comforters, Prints, White A. Brown Cotton, Sheetings in all widths etc., etc., etc., etc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
:)G in. Biitinle, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12k. por yard; 20 pes. While Pique, at (He. per yard; HO in. French Peionle, lcduced to 12JC.; 15 pes.
Gingham, to close out at lOe. yard; 125 pes. fast colored Ginghams, best assortment in town, reduced at cost.
SPECIAL SALE EXTREEME BARGAINS IN
Scotch Ginghams, Lawns, While Dress Goods, Nainsock, Seersuckers, Cheviots, Satine Brocades Cb.unhiay Hnnni Suiting, Cambrics and a great assort
ment of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING 11EDUCTIOX 10 pes. Jet Black Henrietto Cloth, extra quality double width, red. from $1.50 to $1.00 a yard
Great Reduction in Cassimeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 45c. a yard,
PARASOL Our entire stock of Parusol 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 pi ice. Great Bargains in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
mense Reduction in Misses' fe Childrens' Dresses, Bonnets & Luce Caps. L.ulies' Knitted Underwear; Ladii'V Heavy Merino, full finished vests, red. from
ir2to!fl; Ladies' India Gauze, full finished vest, icil. from $1 to 05e.; a full hue of Ladies' India. (J.ui.c Vest, red. from 75 to 50c. Special attention is
called to our
Embroifleries, Oriental Laces, TcMoi Laces, Colore! Embroideries, wlicl lie sold it Home Cost !
Special sale Oriental Lace, in holoku length, 50c. yard; 20 pes. Oriental Lace, red. to 5c. yard worth Inc.; -10 pct. Oiieul.il Lace, roil. 10c. yrd. w ortk 20c
fe?hoc Department ! Shoe Department ! J5?Iioo Departinent!
Our Ftencb Kid Button Shoe, hand sewed, red. fiom $6.50 to $5.50; French Kid Button Shoe, best value, led. from $5 to $1 ; French Kid Button Shoe, a
beauty, red. from $5.50 to $1.50: Childrens' French Kid Button Shoe, red. from $2 to $1.50, sizes U-G; Ladies' Black Silk llo-e, red. to $1 a pair, value $1.50
Iimso Miction ii Ladies Corsets k Boys' White Slirts, Boy's Knee Pants, reduced to 50c.
tfgSTAnybody in search of Bargains should call first at the Temple of Fashion befoic purchasing Goods, we guaranteo you will save monoy. During
our Sale all Goods sold "C. O. -D." Aug. Mm
vote at the next election then they
will oppose this section, but he was
willing to stand for reform before
any constituency, with a secret bal
lot. The ayes and noes were called on
Ayes It), noes 25.
The succeeding section up to and
including Section 4G were passed.
Sections -15 and '18 were referred
to a Select Committee.
Sections 1!) to 72 inclusive passed
The committee then rose reported
progress and asked leave to sit
The special committee on Sections
17 and 1S of the Election Bill, con
sists of Ministers Thurston and
Ashford, Rep. C. Brown, Nobles
Smith and Hitchcock.
BILL AWAlTIXCi AlTHOVAL.
Minister Austin reported one bill
submitted to the King for signature.
Adjourned to 10 o'clock Friday
Y. 31. C. A. Gospel 'raise Service
nt G :30 l m. Come and bring a friend
Kawaiahao Ciiuncir. Rev. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday scliool at 10
a. si. Preaching at 11a. m.
Seventh Day Auvkntist 31isiok
Hall Service at 7:30 p. m. Subject:
"The fate of the W.Icked."
Moriion Oilmen. Services in Ha
waiian at 10 a. ji. Services in English
nill he held at 2:00 im. All aro in
vited. Qur.KN Emma IIXi.i.. Gospel nml
song service for Hawaiiaus who speak
English at :ii:s l m. Good shining.
Short talks. Eveiyhody welcome.
Jai'anems Siuivioi: : Gospel and
Song Services nt 11 a.m.; llible Class
7:30 v. M., iu the Japanese Y. 31 C. A.
Kooin, Queen Kiiiuia Hall, corner of
Bcretiiuia and Xuiiauu streets.
CllNTUAL UMOXClllJUCfl. Itev. U.
G. Ileckwith, D. I)., pastor. Sunday
tcbool and JUble class at t):l."i a. m.
Sei vices at 11 A. n and 7:30i'. m.
Kaujiakai'ili Cinmcii. Wuhiuiuu,
pastor. Services at eleven a. in.
Koman Catholic Catiii:ihal.
0 and 7 a. m., low mass with Holy Com
munion, b'crvlees iu English at 7 a.
i.;aml:it 10 a. m., high muss, with
serinoii either lit Hawaiian or Portu
guese, ultcruiitiii" according to the
thiee piinelpal dliterent nationalities of
the church; 2 i m rosary iuiU catc
tlsm; 4:30 r. M., in-tnietioii anil, bene
diction of thu Blessed Sacrament.
Chi.ni:si: Ciiuucii. Fort street, near
corner llerctaula. Jlr. Kong Shtil Kee
evangelist. Chinese Sunday school,
H :30 a.m. Chinese nml English Sun
day School, 2:30 i: m. Preaching 11
A. m. and 7:30 1. m. Bible chibs la
Chinese Y. 31. O. A. Hall, :30 l. m.
St. Animihw's Catukdual. First
coinjicKUtion will have service at 0:30
nnd 0:30 n. m.
Hawaiian Kvensong at 3:30 p, in.
Evculng prayer with sermon at 0
o'clock j). in.
Second Congregation Ilev. Go.
Wallace, pastor. .Services on Sunday:
Morning prayer and sermon at 11 :15 a.
iu. Evening prayer and sermon nt 7:?0
Holy Communion on the First Sunday
of the month nt 11 :lfi a. in.
Divine Sen-lee on Wednesday at 7:30
Chinos Congregation, Hcv. II. H.
Gowen in charg. Morning prajcis
with sermon, at 11:15 a. m. Sunifar
chol at 10 a. m. Evening prayer, with
nennoii, at 7:30 r, u,
PIGS. Inquire of
At Ouhu College.
flSTGo to the Ahcadr for your
Fancy Goods, Chenille, Pon Pons,
Trimmings, Splashers, Tidios, Etc.
Xotices under thii head are charged 10 cti.ts
per line for the first insertion, and 5 cents per line
eeery additional insertion.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will be gratefully tecclv
etl for the use of the iumatcs of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kuknnko,
or-nt the Leper Scttlment on 3Iolokai,
if left with J. T. Wa'terhoute, jr., nt the
Queen Street Store t&f tf
-FOK XI 116-
INVENTORY SALE !
152 ilo.en Ladies' colored bordered
llandki'ichiefs . . 50c per doz
81 do. Ladies' unbleached Balbri
g.in llobe, silk clockeo and full
finished at 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
miiiih and cull's $1
220 doz Gentb' full finish Balbrigan
Undershirts, either long or shoit
sIpovcs, nil sizes -15c cacli
Gents' while cotton Undershirts..
Gents' full finihhed silk clocked
Hose $2.25 per doz
A very large Stock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Collars (standing.
A full lind of all wool Ovorsliirts
and all wool Uiidershiits from.
Gents' line l'njama Suits fiom .
17u doz Children's colored Hose.
10c pr pair
Fine Turkish Bath Towels .
Linen lianihinado Tides
Black Silk htiipo Grenadine. ...
20e per yaid
Ladies' Jersey Waists fiom
Jlh-ses' and Children's Ho.-o, full
finish and Silk Clocked iu pink
and blue, from sie 1 to 8, at . .
.25c per pair
We havo made a REDUCTION iu all
Itcimunlier this i our last week
GREAT IYENT0RY SALE
J. i iilEL d
CHAS. J. FtSHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery House.
Comer of Fort & Hotel streots.
3"Tlic AncAdc is the place to
buy your Dress Goods, latest style ;
Silks, Woolens and Lawns. The j
leader of low prices.
Black Jersey !
FOR LADIES I
LACE CURTAINS &
79 HI Kill! Stat
Eiiti-iiw"-i from ICing;
Every description ot woik ia the abovo lines performed in a first-clu'S manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
(STllel! Telephone, 107-QSh (inrh l-SS-ly) 2?Bell Telephone, 1C7"
For Sale- Cheap !
JOHI I0TT, i. 8
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,.
Houso Keeping Goods,
PLUMBIC, TIN, COFFER ASTB
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
rS7Tnr. DAir.v Bm.T.r.TTV Weekly
Si mm ky iq tho best paper to send
to friends abroad. Mailed to any
address, So per annum, which in-
ti IILL I a
O fill! Hil Ii A AIM
FULL LINES IN-
Black Jersey !
FOR LADIES I
VELVET RUGS, ETC.
P- Carriago Building:,
VU -Li llIlllUIIJ,
- - Old Rose Premises.
and Morchuut 8t.
For Sale Cheap ,
Edinburgh & Quoon Streets.
, .S.-.-to.aA&sS $gKUJ&m