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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack stand: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 935.
flSTGcntlcmcn will do well lo call
jit the Ahcauk and exemino the latest
in Clothing at the lowest price in the
D"Tho Aur-Ailc is the place lo
buy yciir Dress Goods, latest style ;
Silks, Woolens and Lans. Tho
leader of low prices.
JDwrTiiE Daily BrrxrriN Weekly
SrvMAitv h the best paper to send
to frh nds abroad. Mailed to any
addies3, ?5 per annum, which in
CQTGo to tho AncAnr. and got one
of thoni Pino Embroidered Dresses,
only S3. 50.
EGyFull lino of Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Hats, Ladies' Missc9
and Children's Shoe at the Arcade.
BSTGo to the Aucadi: for your
Fancy Goods, Chenille, Pon Pons,
Trimmings, Splashers, Tidies, Etc.
THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1888.
Stmr Jim Mnkco from Kupati
ytmr C It Bishop from Koolau
Stinr Kaala for Walaluaand Wnianac at
0 a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C It Bishop for Wnianac, Waialua
and Koolau at 0 a m
Bk Horsey for Paget Sound
From Koolau, Walannc and Waialua,
per stmr U H Iiishop, Aug 2-1 G and T
Gay and 1 deck.
Kroiu Kapaa per stmr .las Makce,
Aug 21 Col 7. S Spalding, 2 Chinamen
and 7 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Makco (hi!) lgs sugar and 1107 bgs
Stmr Bishop '.511 bgs rlco and 10 bgs
Tho schooner Kulauianu is coaling the
Tho S d Wilder was lowered from the
Marino Hallway yesterday.
The S 1? ller.-ey will sail to-morrow
for l'uget Sound to load lumber for the
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Good afternoon, Honorablo Wil
liam C. Wilder!
Mr. Deering leaves
Australia next Tuesday
by the S. S.
Tnn pile driver has finished
work at King street bridge.
Six men of tho Dolphin, who had
broken liberty, were returned to tho
vessel this morning.
Pai.ama road, at the Chinese
theatre, is being made about 10 foot
wider on the seaward side.
The liquor saloons wero closed yes
terday, by order of tho Marshal, but
wero permitted to reopen at G o'clock
in the evening.
Commander Louis KcmpfT, form
erly of tho U. S. Adams, has relieved
Commander Cogliian as Captain of
the Mare Island Navy Yard.
The adjourned meeting of tho
stockholders of Olowalu Company
will bo held on Wednesday next, at
the office of W. G. Irwin & Co.
A Poutuguesk boy came near be
ing sevcroly bitten by a, monkey
which he had been tormenting on
board tho S. P. Ilerscy, yesterday.
The boat boys are growling about
a man who would not pay his share
of the boat hire on the return of the
party who went out with the Coronet
In Mayof next year, a new steam
whaler, William Lewis, built at Bath,
Maine, and very difl'crcnt from other
steam whalers, is expected to call at
Captain Dearbourn lias resigned
the command of the S. S. City of Pe
kin and has been succeeded by Cap
tain Seaburg, formerly of tho S. S.
Rio de Janeiro.
The steamer W. G. Hall will be
due hero to-morrow, tho Kinau, Like
like, Waialealo, and Mokolii Satur
day, and tho Miknhala, Lehua, and
Kilauea Hon on Sunday.
In tho Polico Court this morning
Laflety was sentenced lo ten days
imprisonment at hard labor for dis
orderly conduct. Ho noted an ap
peal. Geo. Harrigan was fined $12
for drunkenness. D. Knpanauui was
fined .fill) and Annie Kapoikai $10 for
breaking the law.
Mn. Otis of San Francisco, a tour
ist stopping at the Dudoit IIousu,was
introduced to tho King nt the Palaco
yesterday afternoon and was enter
tained by His Majesty for.au hour or
more. Mr. Otis' father' entertained
tho King during His Majesty's visit
to tho Coast, some ycais ago.
'I'm' steamer Arabic expected hero
on Tuesday next, is a niagnilloont
vessel belonging to tho Whito Star
line, and was chartered by tho O. and
O. S. Company of San Francisco to
take the place of tho lost San Pablo.
Tho Arabic is built of mild steel. Her
longth is 4110 feet, beam 42 feel,
depth 21 feet, registered tonnage,
- The election of Noblo to take tho
placo of tho late S. G. Wilder passed
oil' vory quietly yesterday. Only two
candidates appeared in tho raco, Mr.
W. 0. Wilder for the Jtoform party
and Mr. J. L. Kaulukou for tho Op
position. Mr. Wildor secured a ma
jority of 141. Tho total number of
voles cast was 1,027, for Mr. Wilder
581 and for Mr. Kaulukou 413.
Tin: San Francisco "Post" says:
P. T. Barnum's agent in tho South
Pacific islands has collected a troupe
of Samoau hula-hula gills, and tho
party will arrive on tho steamer
Mariposa on Soptomber 1st in charge
of Oapt. II. O. lloudlotte,who is con
sideicd an expert on all matters per
taining to hula-hula. Barnum's
agent wont to Samoa last winter,
passing through this city on tho
Many thanks lo Purser Kiel of tho
Australia for a full Die of late papers.
It is a pleasuio to6co Ollio Swain's
pleasant faco at the Post Oflleo win
- -; -
A QUi:srioN agitating the Post Of
fice at the present time is: Wheie
me llothwell's pants?
Mil. David Manakti, Assistant Postmaster-General
is able to be out again
after a long illness.
Mu. A. Marques purposes leaving
on the Mariposa for an extended trip
II. U. M. S. Esi'iEOi.u swept tho
harbor and cily with her electric
soarch light last night.
Tin: bill to abolish tho office of
Governor passed over the King's veto
by a vote of -10 to 2, this afternoon.
The litnil steamer Mariposa will
probably bo along Friday evening
from tho Colonies en route to San
Mn. James Cockett Sf Molokai will
be married next month to Miss Stella
Kcomailaui, a cousin of the Into
A I.AKGE painting of Mrs. Captain
Berry, by a Chinese artist,taken from
a photograph, came by the bark
Lilian fioni Hongkong.
Maucus R. Colhurn holds full
power of attorney to act for John P.
Colhurn during tho absence of the
latter from tho Kingdom.
J. E. Buown it Co., agents for the
Honolulu Directory, advertiso that
parties wishing their 'addresses
changed, may do so until Monday
next, tho 27th inst.
Many of our readers will remember
Mr. Isaac More, who was formerly
draughtsman at the Honolulu Plan
ing Mills. A short time ago a rela
tive died leaving him $40,000.
Memheks of tho Honolulu Hides
are expected to appear at the Bat
talion Hop on Friday evening, tho
25th inst., in full dress uniform with
whito waist bell as per advertisement.
DuniNcs the paity on the Coronet,
the evening before she sailed, a hula
dance was given on deck while the
ladies of the party were below; and
Mr. Bush laughed so heaitily that he
was heard on shore.
The Kaimiloa is all fixed for the
inter-island service, except cleaning
up. She was lowered from the Ma
rino Itailway this afternoon and
docked at the new wharf on the Es
planade. Next week, after the return
of the Pclo, tho Kaimiloa will be
placed on the Hamakua route.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill of Co. A Honolulu Bides,
Meeting of the Donating Society,
in the hall of Oahu Lodge K. of P.
at 7:30 o'clock.
Complimentary Concert to the
Captain and Officers of the U. S. S.
Dolphin and II. B. M. S. Espiegle,
at the Hawaiian Hotel, at 7:30
Organ recital at Kaumakapili
Church, at 7:20 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
11Y L. J. I.EVEY.
Regular cash sale at salesroom at
10 o'clock a. in.
MY j. i morgan.
Sale of household furniture, etc.,
at the residence of Mr. C. Stein,
218 King street, at 10 o'clock a. m.
The Eilles wish us to state that
the invitations to their hop to-morrow
evening, include ladies. Care
lessness in addressing has caused
The late Capt. Charles Nilsson,
(a notico of whose deatli by drown
ing appeared in our issue of yester
day) was a native of Helsingborg, a
sea-port town of Sweden. lie was
born in July, 18G0. Consequently
at the time of his deatli was 28 years
and 1 month old. He armed in
these Island in 1880, and shortly
after took command of the schooner
General Seiglo and ran her in the
South Sea Island trade for 5
years. lie then commanded the
Wnloli in the coasting trade and
subsequently he commanded the
schooner Mana and took a lot of re
turning laborers to their homes In
tho South Seas. The vessel went
ashoro on a coral reef and became a
total wreck, but the passengers and
crew with all their effects were
safely huidod. Returning from that
ill-fated voyage, he again com
manded a schooner for the Pacific
Navigation Co. and continued in
that employ until they gave up tho
business. When the vessels of the
above company wero sold, he pur
chased tho schooner Waiohu and
put her on the Kuan, Maui, route,
Capt. Nilsson was a man highly
respected by all who knew him for
his upright and honorablo dealings,
and his many friends mourn his un
timely demise. lie leaves a widow
and one child, nko a father and
several brothers and sisters. One
brother is a resident of San Fran
cisco. I F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL advortlso it in tho Daily Bullktih.
For San Francisco, per S. S. Ma
riposa, due hero on the 25th :
A. 15. llccht and dnughtor, Joo
Dunn, II. E. Mclntyrc, N. S. Sachs,
A. Marques, C. L. Wight, S. Koth,
.1. V. Colbuiii, S. C. Allen, Masters
0. and C. Long.
For San Francisco, per S. S. Aus
tralia, Tuesday, August 28th:
Mrs. S. A. Boyd, Mrs. M. Hose,
daughter and infant, T. K. Foster
and wife, "NV. C. Parke, Mrs. L. li.
Wallbridge, J. Mott Smith and
wife, Miss Brewer, E. Bailey, wife
and girl, Mrs. Dr. llillcbrantl, II.
Ilillebrand, Mis3 Mtisgrave, Mrs.
Amy Crocker and maid, Mrs. Ben
der, II. Gillig, II. Graves and wife,
Sanford Sachs, C. J. Deering, Jas.
Otis, P. Otis, Mrs. Kitchen, J) chil
dren and maid, Miss E. C. Smith,
W. E. Poster and wife, G. W.
Smith, M. 1'ico and wife, Joe Pico
Jr, Mrs. G. II. Rca, Miss L. A.
Barker, Miss Carrie Green, H. P.
Baldwin, Miss M. Baldwin, Harry
Baldwin, AVillow Baldwin, S. S.
Curtis, G. B. Grifiln, Mr. Oliver, J.
This evening at 7:45 o'clock the
third organ recital will he given at
Kaumakapili. The admission is
twenty-five cents, and the following
programme will he presented:
Procession March E. T. Chipp
Mr. Vray Taylor.
Chorus Tho Day of Our Lord. Ivrcutzer
Honolulu Arlou Society.
Offertoire in F .". . . . Wcly
Mr M. II. Jones.
Song AngcU Ever .Bright and Fair
Mr. J. H. Paly.
Berceuse in A (by request).. .Delbruek
The Lake (a sketch) Dr. Siuik
Mi. Wray Taylor.
Chorus Knight's Farewell. . . .Klnkcl
Honolulu Arlon Society.
Andante in V. Minor Haydn
Mr. SI. 11. Jones.
Fantasia in O Major Tours
Mr. AVray Taylor.
THE BAND CONCERT.
Tho Royal Hawaifan Band will
give a concert this evening at
the Hawaiian Hotel at 7:30 o'clock,
complimentary to the
Officers of II. M. S
U. S. S. Dolphin.
. Espiegle and
Waltz Queen's Jubilee
ItcminUceiiccs of all nations
Kuu Lei, L'uu Ohulii, Ua Hiki Xo.
Selection The Lonibardiaus Verdi
Echo Piece Dreams Widlcke
Two M-n-uliis iu 01(1 E"g'd forever
io ji.uciiLa Unit(.a atates
God ."-avc the Queen.
Star Spangled .Banner.
THE VETO POWER.
The President and also the gover
nors of most of the States are vested
1)3 the Constitutions that prescribe
their duties with a negative power
over legislation. They can check,
if not prevent, what seems to them
unwise or unconstitutional. This is
one of the conservative principles in
our system of Government, but yet
leaving the people masters of their
own alfairs. It is a means of secur
ing the sober second thought of the
people's direct representatives, in
stead of relying wholly on original
popular impulses. It is on the same
principle that the legislative body is
divided into two branches, that one
may hold tho other in check.
Benjamin Franklin, who was up
wards of eighty years old when he
sat in the constitutional convention
101 years ago, was a strong advocate
of this division of powers and res
ponsibilities. He was thoroughly
radical, and had yet with this com
bined a wise conservatism befitting
ins years, homo one of the mem
bers of the convention asked what
advantage there was in having two
houses of Congress. Franklin wit
tily replied that it was done for the
same reason that people poured
their lea from cup to saucer, in
order that it might cool. The veto
power means much tho same thing.
It is to let tho tea cool still more.
This is a wisely conservative trust
when properly usctl. it is some
what curioiiH that while tho veto
power seems to bo a contravention
of tho expressed popular will, if it
be used on any reasonable grounds,
it is generally popular. It is well
enough lo talk about the people
governing themselves directly. In
practice they are rather glad to see
their representatives occasionally
snubbed by an executive veto. But
the veto power, popuhr tjiough it
be, yet must be used with great
discretion. Too many vetoes give
tho idea that the Executive is set
ting himself up as a "boss" of Con
gress. All the people wish is to
maintain the proper balance be
tween these different departments
of tho Government. If vetoes aro
issued too freely, tho people will
side with their direct representatives
Gen, Jackson first developed tho
possibilities of the veto, and was
himself a good illustration of its
proper use. He had an indomitablo
will that mado him a nntural horn
leader of men, and tho peoplo
cheerfully followed him. Thero is
among even tho freest people an iij
stiuctivo desiro or a leader, ami
Grand Reduction for 60 Days Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing lo my departure for San Francisco and the Eastern Slates I have decided to hold a Grand Clearing Sah- fur CO Days in order to make room for
new importations. I call attention to the general public that prices were never reduced so low and exceptionally striking bargains are offered in every
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
Blankets, Bedspreads, Table Damasks, Towels, Comforters, Prints, While &. Blown Cotton, Shootings iu all widths, etc., elc, otc, etc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
Batislc, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12$c. par yard; 20
Gingham, to close out at 10c. yard; 125 pes,
Scotch Ginghams, Lawns, White Dress Goods, Nainsock, Seersuckers, Cheviots, Saline Brocades, Chanibray IJoina Suiting, Cambrics and n great assort
ment of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING KEDUCTION 10 pes. Jet Black llcnriette Cloth, extra, quality double width, red. fiom $1.50 to $1.00 a yard
Great Reduction in Cassimeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 46c, a yard,
PAltASOL Our entire stock of Parasol less than manufacturer's cost. Particular attention is called to our Ladies', Misses' .t Childrens' Muslin Under
wear which aro ollered at a great sacrifice. Ladies' Berlin Wool Knitted Shawls, reduced at half pi ice. Great Bargains in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
menso Ecduction in Misses' it Childrens' Dresses, Bonnets & Lace Caps. Ladies' Knitted Underwear; Ladies' Heavy Merino, full finished vests, red. from
$2 to $1; Ladies' India Gauze, full finished vest, red. from $1 to Ofic. ; a full lino of Ladies' India Gau.e Vest, red. from 75 to 00c. Special attention is
called lo our
I1U1UU11UUI U11UUIU1 JJUVUUl
Special sale Oriental Lace, in lioloku
S5lioe Department ! Slioe Depai'tment I Jlioe lOepixi'tnieiit; I
Our French Kid Button Shoo, hand sowed, red. fiom $0.50 to $5.50; Froneh Kid Button Shop, best value, red. from $5
beauty, red. from $5.50 to $4.50: Childrens' French Kid Button Shoe, red. from $2 to $1.50, sizes IM5; Ladies' Black Silk
Inula Reliictioi i
fjy Anybody in search of Bargains
our Sale all Goods sold "C. O. D."
this feeling has been the worst dan
ger to most popular governments.
Washington saved us from this dan
ger by refusing to try to make him
self dictator, though possibly as
much, if not more, is due to such
patriots as Franklin, Jefferson, Pat
trick Henry and others, who created
a public sentiment that made dicta
torship an impossibility. We pos
sibly owe as much to those states
men for whom our Constitution was
modified to conciliate that favor, as
to those other better-known states
men who framed the Constitution
and did the conciliating.
The veto power, as it is itself a
conservative measure, needs, how
ever, especially to bo uscil within its
proper limitations. It gives an Ex
ecutive no power to interfere with
pending legislation, but only to
check what the legislature has done
and secure a re-hearing. Any other
use of this power is an executive
impertinence that can scarcely be
too severely censured. Years ago
there was much greater sensitiveness
ou this subject than has prevailed
lately. The time was when sena
tors and members of Congress re
sented the intimation of how the
President regarded bills under dis
cussion as a breach of the privileges
of their honorable bodies.
The Constitution makes it the
duty of the Executive to advice
Congress from time to timo of the
condition of the country. But this
by no means implies that he is to
instruct Congress what to do about
it. After he has given his inform
ation about the condition of the
country, the Congress is supposed
to be able to meet the emergency.
If tho President then thinks that
Congress has made a mistake, he
can veto its acts and let the people
judge between them. They can
every two years elect a new Con
gress, and every four years choose
a new President. With such short
terms lack of harmonj' between the
executive and legislative branches is
not likely to work serious harm.
It is the universal experience of
men that those unequal to the duties
of their ofllec are most likely to
abuse the powers with which they
arc invested. It is the little men, or
the accidental Presidents, who have
made most of the trouble, and whose
administrations have been the most
scandalous. It is because they
know and feel their weakness that
they stretch their powers to doubt
ful extents in order to strengthen
themselves. Really great Presidents
will not get into squabbles with Con
gress, nor will such try to uho the
Inllucnco of their position to affect
its legislation. After the Congress
has done its work is time enough for
the Executive to give either his cen
sure or approval. Boston Budget,
B1UOK STORE on Nuuiinu
street, fitted with shclv.
lug, counters, etc., next to
Nowlcin'a corner. Bent very moderate.
Apply to J. E. BBOWN & CO.,
'5 tf 2S Merchant street.
Sanders' Baggage Express Co.
Office, 8-1 King street, Telephone No. 80.
Kesldcnce Telephone No. 203.
CJoji'1 aaxirc;HMliiK4fc Druylwr
I'lnno and Furniture moving a specialty.
Wugonsiucctull incoming steamers.
X The best paper
$5 per uuuuui.
to send abroad
SPECIAL, SALE EXTIiEEME 15 Alt GAINS IN
Mm Laces, GoIotgQ Eiroirins, which lm
yard; 20 pes. Oriental Lace,
Lais Corsets & Boys' WMti Shirts, Boy's Em Paits,
should call first at the Temple of Fashion
Notices under lliii head are cltargctl JO ccr.tn
per lineor the first (lutrttou, and i cents per line
every additional insertion.
INEST BRANDS OF CALI
fornia Port, Madeira ami Malaga,
for sale in kegs and cases by
QONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
LAST "WEiJElS: !
INVENTORY SALE !
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs 50c per doz
8-1 do Ladies' unbleached Balbri
gnn Hose, bilk elockeo and full
finished at 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
soms nml cufi's $1
220 doz Gents' full finish Balbrigan
Undershiits, cither long or short
sleeves, all sizes -15c eacli
Gents' white cotton Undershirts .
Gents' full finished silk clocked
Hotc $2.25 per doz
A very large Stock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Collai (landing.
A full linil of all wool Overshirts
and all wool Undershiits from
Gents' fine Paiaina Suits from.
170 doz Children's colored Hose. .
10c pr pair
Fine Turkish Bath Towels
It for 50c
Linen hand-made Tides
Black Silk stripo Grenadine ....
20o per yard
Ladies' Jersey Waists from
Misses' and Children's lloso, full
finish and Silk Clocked in pink
and blue, from size 1 to 8, at
25c per pair
We have made a REDUCTION in all
Itemonibor this is our last week
GBEAT INVENTORY SALE
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery Houbo,
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
fit iJ ruiil dltttUi
Pique, at (Mc. per yard ; 11(5 in. French l'eicale, reduced to 12$c; 16 pes.
Ginghams, best assoilmeut iu town, reduced at cost.
red. to 5c. yard worth 15c; '10 pc. Oriental Lace, red. 10c. yrd. w orth 20c
before purchasing Goods, we guarantee you
8 WMBT fc
Have the Largest Variety
Ever exhibited in this
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every description for Parlor, Bedroom.
room, liiln -
They have the Best
Chairs from 75 cents to $50
Furniture Reupholstered !
Mattrasses made to order !
CORNICE POLES & PICTURE FRAMES
Mado in all Styles and Prices to suit everybody.
Kohl on tho
79 k 81 lii Street
ICuiniiMMSM iVom Ivinp; mitl Slei-elumt Stw.
Kvery description of work In tho ahovo lines performed In a flrst-clata manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
tS?"Bcll Telephone, 1071 (mrh 1.83-ly) BTBell Toleplioue, 107"t
sold at Home Cost !
; French Kid Button Shoe, a
red. to $1 u pair, value $1.50
rnlH to 50c.
will save money. During
and Best Stock of
ary & Veranda.
of every description and price.
& Furniture !
Oil tee Premises.
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