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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Ilnek stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
CSyGentlemen will do well to call
at the Akak and exemine the latest
in Clothing nt the lowest price in the
f&-Tnr. D.vir.T Btn.uvriN-
B6y Go to the Aiicade and get one
of thorn Fine Embroidered Dresses,
JS5rThc AncAdo i3 the place to
fiSTFuIl lino of Lad!? Misses'
and Children's Hats, Lacks' Misses'
and Children's Shoe at tiro Ancvun.
OSTGo to the Arcadi: for your
Fancy Goods, Chenille, Ton Pons,
Trimmings, Splashers, Tidies, Etc.
buy your Dres3 Goods, latest style ;
simmkv N the best paper
Silks, Woolens and Lai,n. The 1 t,.-i, abroad. Mailed to an,
leader of low prices.
address, 55 per annum, which in
rr u is
fit): 5 ? k
WKDNRSDAY, AUG. 22, 1888.
Uk Ciillfonil:i,:l)avls.a'2 days from New
castle, N"S W
Sehr Watehu from Kunu
X. Aur 22
Am neht Coronet, Crosby, for Yoko
hama VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Katila for Wnlaluaand Waiauae at
!) u in
Kor Kauai, per stmr 311kahala, Aug
21 Her JCxeellenov governess Lanlhau,
m-a Kalm, Mls.I K'aliu, W S Lokul, V
BciUc, O Kclmlt, Mr .Miles, uud about
For Kauai, per .tmr Waialeale, Aug
21 II iMullui-aml S Maciiulcy.
For windward poit, per stmr Kiuau,
Aug '21 Mies llerinan, Airs Ferdinand,
Miss O Ml't, Miss 1) Dowsett, Ilev
Noah, J S Muirliead, O 11- IMckey and
sou, J It Halllilav. John Hind, Mrs Not
Icy, Mis-es A and E Biers, MNs Millilit
er, V Kinney, 11 1' Wood and CO deck.
The British hark Ivy was in collision
at midnight on August 7lh, with the S
S Jeiomc, when 21 miles SSK of Sandy
Hook. The Ivy lost her jib-boom and
ARItlVAI.S AT HAN I'llAJJCISCO.
July a, sehr Geo C l'crklns, 27 days
Aug lt, U fcj S Mohican, ST days from
Aug 4th, S S Alameda, 7 days, hk So
noma, S5Z days from Honolulu, and
sclir Aiuia,22 days from Kahului.
Aug iitli, bktne Wll Uimond, 28 days
AujrMth, lkF S Thompson, 22 days,
rand bktuc Diseoeiy, 2:1 days from Ho
nolulu. Aug 12, bk Lady Lanipson, UC days
DKPAKTUKi: l'KOM SAN I'llANGISCO.
July 28, bk Ceylon, for Honolulu via
ug lth, bk C O Whitmore, for Uo
nolulu. Aug 11th, hktne AV II Diniond for Ho
nolulu. Aug 12th, bktuc Eureka for Honolulu.
Aug 1 1, S N Castle, for Honolulu.
An!: 25, S S Alameda for Honolulu.
Eureka Aug 10th, sclir Eva from
Honolulu, and bktuc Ella for Honolulu.
Port Townsend Aug 9th, bk Jas A
King from Honolulu.
Xcw York Aug 7th, 5r bk Tvy for
- Sydney Aug Sth, S S Mariposa for
Auckland Aug 13th, S S Mariposa
Newcastle Aug -lth, ship Carnarvon
shire for Honolulu.
Spoken July Oth, S, 32:30 AV, bark
Amy Turner from Boston for Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
An expedition has gone in search
Jilt. Baitley Campbell, the play
wright, died July 30th.
Tin: Joran sisters have gone mi a
concert tour through South Ameiica.
A iiundm: of clothes was found on
Waikiki load and is now at the Ho
The Captain and Officers of the
U. S. S. Dolphin, wero presented to
IHb Majesty, ut the Palace this noon.
Vv to this time of going to presB
the election was proceeding very
quietly. The polls close at 5 o'clock.
Tin: Saloons were closed to-day by
order of tho Marshal and arc to re
main closed until .r:3() o'clock to
Tin: steamer Arabic left San Fran
cisco yesterday for Hongkong via
Honolulu. She may bo looked for
Tin: Earl and Countess of Don
oughmore will pass through hero on
the Alameda September 1st, en route
Tin: U. S. S. Alcit has been order
ed heio from Callao, and, it is re
ported, that on her arrival hero, the
Vnndalia will sail for California.
'The tickets to the oigan recital
on Thin fcday evening, at Knumnkn
pili Church, nro twenty-livo cants,
for imloat A. L. Smith's store, Fort
The Marquis of Queensbury gave
an exhibition of his skill with the
gloves, at Knwaihae, Hawaii, wliilo
visiting Mr. Sam Parker's ranch, the
Tin: Hawaiian Hand will give a
complimentary concert, to tho of
ficers of the U. K. 8. Dolphin and H.
1), M. S. Espieglo, at the Hawaiian
Hotel to-morrow evening.
A I'Aitr.wr.i.i. party was held on
board tho Yacht Coionet last even
ing. The Coionet left at 12:10 to
day; saluted tho Island and after
w.uds tho inon-of-war. Mr. and Mis.
Dillingham and Mr, (iracnhalgh
went out in her, and upon leaving
her, weio saluted by guns.
O.v tho 28th of this month tho U.
K, Flagship Yandaliii will liavo
""no year. Sho arrived oil'
'u'of the 27th, 1887,
Bv this steamer Mr, W. 11. Onion
halgli leceived the American Nauti
cal Almanac for 18S9, and also all
tho latest novels.
Mil. 1 C. Cnmarinos, fiuit dealer,
received by Hie Australia yesterday,
two large rufiigcratora containing
choice fruits ulid frosli Eastern oys
ters. Tin: credit sale of 11. llaekfeld it
Co. will be continued to-morrow, at
10 o'clock, when groceries) hardware
and saddlery will be offered, and at 1
o'clock, liquors and beer.
Tin: decision of tho full Court (ex
cepting Judge Dole, absent) in tho
Macfarlanc conspiracy case, was de
livered this morning, overruling tho
exceptions in relation to the jury.
Some of the planking on tho Paci
fic Mail wharf has been removed and
n dangerous hole has been left in the
way of pedestrians. This man-trap
has existed for some weeks, our in
formant states, and until the plank
is replaced serious accidents may
happen. The water below is deep.
The S. F. Call of August 12th bus
the following: "Messrs. George II.
and Alexander Itobertson and Wil
liam F. Love, capitalists from Hono
lulu, an i veil yesterday by the bark
F. S. Thompson. They intend to
travel through California, Oregon
and Washington Territory, with a
view to invest in fruit and grazing
" . -,
Captain- Hopkins collated a Chi
naman with a two-pound cylinder tin
of opium hist evening. Tho package
had come through the mail. Almost
at the same hour Mr. John Mnrkham
arrested Chas. Johnson, third cook
on the S. S. Australia, with four tins
of opium. Johnson pleaded guilty
in the Police Court this morning and
was fined iffJO.
Mit. J. Rothwell's keys to the Post
Office having been stolen from him
the other evening, a policeman was
detailed to guard the Post Office at
night, until new locks were put
in. A newspaper ropoitor wliilo go
ing home at 2 o'clock yesteulay
mot ning, discovered the back en
tianco to the Post Oflicc open, (it
was opened so that the policeman
could walk all around tho building),
and thought he had made a thrilling
Eleven bundled photographs of
island views, by Mr. Jas. Williams,
will bo sent by the Government to
the Melbourne Exhibition. These
views embrace plantation life, ehai
actciistic native scenes, and views of
natuial scenery. The majority of
tho pictures will bo placed in 20 large
albums, while tho laigest picliucs
will bo framed. After the Melbourne
Exhibition, these photographs ate to
be placed in the Museum llieie, per
manently. THE SUGAR TRUST.
A dispatch from New Yoik, Aug.
Oth, says, members of the great
Sugar Refiners' Trust are said to be
in a peck of trouble. The Trust
men say Sprcckels has undertaken
a greater job than he can handle.
A wholesale grocer said: "If Sproc
kets can crush the Trust he will be
conferring an immense benefit upon
all of us. We all want cheap sugar.
It is a mistake to suppose that gro
cers favor high prices. High prices
always reduce the volume of trade.
If a commodityis dear, the people
use as little as they can."
The wharf was thronged with a
more than usually large crowd to
welcome the incoming steamer.
Fair ladies waved their perfumed
handkerchiefs in air, strong men
shouted huzzas, and the little chil
dren joined in the general tumult.
As the vessel neared the wharf the
welcoming became more pronounced.
"What is the cause of this?" ask
ed a bystander.
"Cause?" answered one of our
most corpulent citizens, "cause, sir?
do you not know that on board that
vessel we all know that is another
fresh invoice of the well known
Philadelphia Lager, which will be
dispensed at the Criterion Saloon
only. Come up and have some."
Cnpt. Charles Nilsson, owner and
master of the schooner Waiehu, was
drowned at Kuau, Maui, on Sunday
August 19th. Tho crew after secur
ing tho vessel asked for and obtain
ed liberty to spend the day ashore,
consequently all hands went. The
captain, however, remained on the
landing while the crew went up to a
native church on the hill. They
had not been gone long whbn one of
them saw the captain going off to
the vessel alone in the boat. It was
blowing hard nt the time and occa
sionally large seas would 'run in.
He saw the danger the captain was
in and gave the alarm to the other
two, when they nil hurried down to
the landing, hut only in time to see
the boat struck by a heavy sea,
which careened her over and preoi
pitated the captain into the sea.
The sailors immediately swam out
to the boat, but befoio they got'
there the captain was drowned. All
attempts to recover the body proved
futile. Th'e vessel arrived this
morning in charge of the mate who
brought the sad news of the acci
rPHE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
4 "Tho Dally Bulletin." 00 eeutB
Tlite great American lawyer was
walking along a street in Boston,
and came to two men on the street
with a five dollar gold piece in hand,
about which there was u difference
of opinion between them, as to its
genuineness, one maintaining that
it wag genuine, and the other, that
it was counterfeit ; they agreed to
submit the question to Mr. Choate,
and placed the piece in his hand.
After looking at it carefully, Mr.
Choate said, "I think it is genuine,"
put the money in his poket and con
tinued his walk. Whereupon, tho
men said: "Hello ! Mr. Choate, we
did not intend to give you the
money 1" Choate turned to them
and said: "You stopped me and
asked me for my opinion as to its
genuineness, I gave you my opinion,
and for being so stopped and giving
my opinion, I charge five dollars,
and having the five dollars in hand
1 appropriated it in payment of the
live dollars duo me."
On another occasion, while Choate
and a friend were bathing leisurely
on the sea-shore, his friend asked
him a short legal question, which
Choate easily answered in very few
words. Soon after he returned to
his office, he sent that friend a bill
for that advice, and made him pay it.
ABOUT TRUSTS. .
The following extract is copied
from the report of a sermon delivered
by a popular clcigyman on Sunday
We have in our land what are
called "trusts" the Wheat Trust,
the Sugar Trust, the Lumber Trust,
the Coal Trust, the Oil Trust and a
host of others. They are becoming
very numerous. They are without
soul or conscience, and nothing can
stand before them; they absorb
everything. They remind me of
the great sea monster called the
devil fish. There is no greater dan
ger threatening the life of our great
nation to-day than this accursed
trust system. There is no good
reason why coal should cost in San
Francisco $18 and $20 per ton when
it can be purchased at the mines
and at Seattle for S 1 and So per ton.
Coal should never o above 8 10 per
ten in San Francisco markets. Why
is it that it costs twice as much to
build a frame house in San Fran
cisco as it does in the East! The
only answer to this is because of
the Lumber Trust. When un in
1'uget Sound a few weeks ago a gen
tleman told me of a lumber-mill in
that place with large capacity which
was not sawing up a tingle stick of
timber, and gave as the reason that
the proprietors were paid 87,000
per yenr by a Lumber Trust of Sun
Francisco not to wotk their mill,
and they had bound themselves to
take this amount for seven years for
lying idle ! This is highway rob
bery on a large scale, and tho men
who enter into such trusts ought to
be treated as we treat highway rob
bers. The great political contest of
the future will he between monopoly
and an outraged public. The trod
den worm will become a serpent.
This extract will strike the reader
as being deserved. These trusts
are nothing but schemes to swindle
the public. There can be no mis
take in asserting that they are the
greatest outrage which has yet been
attempted in the United States.
What is to he done to get rid of
them? In the first place we have
been too ready to form incorporated
companies. We have an incorpora
tion for nearly everything. A com
pany is organized and then it is
given the privilege to swindle tho
people. No act of incorporation
should be permitted to exist where
tho company engages in combina
tions to control or advance the price
of any commodity. And then it
should be made a criminal offense
to engage in schemes against the
public interest, cither by companies
or by individuals. Something will
have to be done very soon to put a
stop to all arrangements akin to
trusts. fS. F. Call.
THE CHINESE QUESTION IN THE
The story of tho late anti-Chinese
explosion in the colonies has much
in it that is laughable, but instruc
tive withal. The durance of any
emotion is always in inverse propor
tion to its violence, and taken as a
whole tho colonies arc a little asham
ed of themselves over their much
ado about nothing. With tho ex
ception of tho real mischief which
seems to have conic of tho intem
perate conduct of the "larrikin"
Government and Legislature in Syd
ney, is probable that on tho whole,
tho people of the colonies have been
rather bettered by their outbreak of
stupidity, uud it is not impiohable
that even the fact of New South
Wales having "put its foot in it"
may tend ultimately to the Chinese
question being put on a more ration
al basis. Certainly tho false step
niado by the Government of that
colony will have tho result of mo
derating the sentiments of tho other
colonies, which will derive a kind of
wicked pleasure in seeing tho
hounceable colony ondeavoring in a
hectoring make-believe soit of way
to "keep it up." Our own colony,
never particularly rabid on this sub
ject, has been saved evou from n
measure of folly by our Legislative
Council and once tiguiu wo have
J i Baa ess na is tus. S3 Fh sa rd bi n m a 4R r H n n ar & f ? (P1 & 53t.
Grand Reduction for 60 Days Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my departure for San Francisco and the Eastern States I have decided to hold n Grand Charing Sale fm (0 Days in order to make lOOin for
new importations. 1 call attention to the general public that prices were never reduced t-o low and exceptionally stiikiny bargains arc offered in OVcry
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
Blankets, Bedspicuds, Table Damasks, Towels, Comforters, Prints, While & Brown Cotton, Sheetings in all widths, itc., etc., etc., etc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
30 in. Batislo, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12Jc. pur yard; 20 pes. White 1'iipie, at 0k. per yaid; HO in. French Percale, reduced to 1-Ac; 15 pci.
Gingham, to close out at 10c. yard ; 125 pes. fiiBl colored Giiighamx, best assortment in town, reduced at cost.
itch Ginghams, Lawns, White Dress Goods, Nainsook, Seersuckers, Cheviots, Saline Brocades Chainbriy ltm..i Suiting, O.unbiics and a gicat amou
nt of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING DEDUCTION 10 pes. Jet Black llemietle Cloth, exlia tpulily double width, red. from $1.00 to if 1.00 a yard
. Great Reduction in Cassimeres & Marinas ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 40c, a yard.
l'ABASOL Our entire stock of Parasol less than lnanufactuier's cost. Particular attention is called to our Ladies', Jlisseo' it Childrens' Muslin Under
wear which aro offered at a great sacrilice. Ladies' Berlin Wool Knitted Shawls, reduced at half pi ice. Uteat D.irgaius in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
inense Reduction in Misses' & Childrens' Dresses, Bonnets ,fc Lace Caps. Ladies' Knitted Underwear; Ladies' lle.ay Miino, full finished vests, led. from
$2to$l; Ladies' India Gauze, full finished vest, red. from $1 to O.'ic. ; a full line of Ladies' India Gauze Vest, red. from 75 to 50c. Special attention is
called to our
Effllirolries, Oriental Laces, Torcloi Laces, Colored Eirolrles, wiiicl lis sola at Home Cost !
Special sale Oriental Lace, in holoku length, 50c. yard; 20 pes. Oriental Lace, red. to fie. yard worth l'tc; 10 pes. Oriental Lace, ;ed. 10c. yrd. w orth 20c
Ss?Iioe Dej)artinent ! Slioe IepvtMeiifc ! lioo Dopavtinciit !
Our French Kid Button Shoe, hand sowed, red. from $0.50 to $5.50; Piench Kid Button Shoe, best value, red. fnuu !?"i to if 1 ; Kronen Kid Button Shoe, a
beauty, led. from $5.50 to $4.50 : Children' French Kid Button Shoe, led. from $2 to $1.50, sizes 3-fi; L.idies' Black Silk Hum', red. to $1 a pair, value $1.50
Immense Mncto in Ladies Corsets & Boys' Wliti Sliirts, Boy's Knee Pants, reiocefl to 50c.
g)(P" Anybody .in search of Bargains should call first at the Temple of Fashion hefoie purchasing Goods, wo guarantee you will save monev. During
our Sale all Good's bold "G. O. D." "Aug. 1-lm
had reason to" thank Heaven we have
a House of Lords." As will hare
been observed from our telegrams
from time to time, there has been a
sort of block between our two Cham
bers of Legislature over this Chi
nese question, and that managers
having been appointed by the House
of Representatives, to meet similar
delegates from the Upper Chamber
anent ceitaiu amendments in the
Chinese Prohibiten Bill made in the
Council, the members of the Coun
cil, after conference held, have re
fused to give up their amendments;
and so it stands. The principal
contention of the Legislative Council
is against prohibition of certain Chi
nese fellow-subjects of ours who are
residents of Ilcr Majesty's colony of
Hongkong, the Council taking the
rather logical position that all parts
of the Empire being equally subject
to Her Majesty's control, Her Ma
jesty's subjects, whatever the color
of their skin, or the shape of their
eyes, or tho size of their feet, should
have unrestricted access to all parts
of her dominions so long as they be
have themselves. Those people who
will "stand no nonsense from no
body" of course don't see this; and
naturally say that Ilcr Majesty has
nothing to do with it, and no doubt
they feel, even if they don't say it
though perhaps they do that if
Her Majesty takes a word to say in
it, they will teach her a, lesson for
her pains. This is the spirit, we
apprehend, in winch the Managers
of the House of Representatives
must have approached the Council ;
but the Lords say that while pre
pared to place all reasonable restric
tions to prevent being overllown by
the hordes of I lis Imperial Majesty
of the Flowery Land, they are re
luctant to forbid free access to any
class sf Her Majesty's subjects.
The result, of couisc, is that the
bill miibt be dropped, unless the
Managers of the Lower Chamber
waive the point in favor of the
colony of Hongkong: but the fact
that the people of New Zealand are
looking on with a half-amused, half
encouraging smile, at the Council
balking the House, without a word
of wild remonstrance at such unheard-of
"tyranny" on the part of
the Lords, shows in a very sijjnisr-
nilicant way how the Chinese excite
ment has gone off in a lizzie. New
Zealand Herald, July 10.
rpiIK piemhes of Mr. R.
JL Jlorc, comer of l'likoi
nud Berclanhi streetn. For
particulars enquire nt
R, MORK & CO.,
00 tf King street.
While Bros' Cement (full weight).
At lowest market rate.
G. W. MACFARLANE &
Bcbt brands, In (I, 7, 8 and 0 ft. lengths.
In quantities to suit at lowest market
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Thc
JL most popular paper published
SPECIAL SALE EXT11EEME BARGAINS IK
Ifotlctt under this htad nre cliargal 10 cent
per line for thejirat insertion , n ml G cents per tine
every additional insertion.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will he giatefully tecciv
ed for the use of the inmates of the
Brunch Hospital for Lepers at ICuknako,
or at the Leper Sittlment on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Watcrhotise, jr., at the
Queen Si i eel Sioro t&f tf
INVENTORY SALE !
152 dozen Ladies' colored hordoied
Handkerchiefs .. .fiOcperdoz
84 do. Ladies' unbleached IJalbri
Kiin llobe, silk elockec and full
linibhed at 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
soms and culls .... $1
220 do Gents' full iiniMi Balbrigan
Uudoihirln, eithei long or short
wIeevcH, allbizes l.'io-each
Gents' white cotton UudondiirtH .
Gents' full fininhed silk clocked
Hose . $2.25 per doz
A very large Stock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Collar (standing.
A full lind of all wool Overhbirts
and all wool Uuderhbiils from
Gents' tine i'lijauia .StiiU fioin
170 doz Children's coloied Hose..
10c pr pair
Fine Turkish Bath Towels
:i for COo
Linen haiid-uiade Tides
Black .Silk stripe Grenadine ...
.... 20o per yaid
Ladies' Jcisey Waists from
Misses' and Children's Hose, full
finish and Silk Clocked in pink
and blue, from n'io -i to H, at. .
25c per p.iir
We have mado a REDUCTION in all
Beincnibcr Ihi is out last week
GREAT INVENTORY SALE
CHAS. J. FISHED,
Tho Leading Millinery Iloiibu.
Cornor of Fort & Hotel streets.
Have the Largest Variety and Best Stock of
COV" Ever exhibited m this
HlB3jltt " ran- i i i jm'-tii?1!1 ' 'j.li a Tyl J
Furniture of every description lor Parlor, Bedroom,
Dining-room, Library & Veranda.
They have the Best A-ortment of
g$ Chairs fiom 7.' cents to $50
Furniture Reupholstered !
TIattrasses made to order !
CORNICE POLES & PICTURE FRAMES
Made in all Stjlea and I'nees to suit everybody.
Sold on tho
79 k 81 Kim Street,
f-ji.v lav i isi
Iit iMiieeK tVom Jfljiy; uiitl IVimtii:iut .Stw.
ICvury dcsurlpti.in of v.vik in tho uimvo lima performed iu a ilrl.c!.i:s manner.
Aloo, Horse Shoeing1 a Specialty.
JS'-Bell Telephone, 107" (mrh 1.83.1 y; f-Bell Telephone, 107"
of every description and price.
& Furniture !