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of thein Fine Embroidered Dresses,
JO" Full lino of Ladies' Misses
and Children's Hats, Ladies' Misses'
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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hackstand: Merchant and tforl
street. Telephones, Otfo.
X" IX TiJ
TUESDAY, AUG. 28l 1888.
S S Aiahic from S:iu Francisco
15:i rk (J K ltlsliop Irom lirciucu
Sclir Liliollho from Kauai
S S Australia for San KroiicUco
StnirLchiia for llniiinkua at 5 p in
Stun- Llkcllke for Kahiilnl
StinrVlvii for Jkloloknl ami Kuan at
StinrWOIIall for Lnhaina, JIaalaca,
Ivoua, Kan ami tlio Volcano at 10
o'clock a m
Stinr Kalmlloa for Lahalua and Hanin-
kua ai:i p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stun- JUkaliala for Kauai at B p m
For Jtaul ami Hawaii per stinr AV G
Hall, Aus as .Mrs. S I'mkcr, Misses
Eva and Helen l'nrker, Mr and Miss
Greenwcll, (Jol Sam Norrle, Mr Hutch
inson, S li Kekiunano, H tie la Cruz,
Mm T K 11 Amain. Oscar White, Mi
E White, Mrs A Koa, Master 1' Levey,
A Kama, S M Kaaukal and wife, Miss
McCandlcs Jlis L Ahcoiiir, Mrs 1'oki,
Mr Kawcwehl, 11 11 MacfaiTano and 70
For San Francisco per bark Forest
Queen, Aug U7 It W Weeks and W 1,
For Maui and Hawaii per stun- Kinaii
Aug 27 For Volcano: Miss Herman,
Mrs Cottcrell, .Mrs Otlell, Miss tiigoll
and Mr Lane. For llllo uutl way ports:
Hon II STownsend, Jno Wise, F Ly
man, Mr March, J G Carney, and about
For Molokai per start' Mokobi, Aug
27 Di S 15 Swift, Ma-ter ltose, Miso
Hose (2), and about .'!." deck.
For Sau Francisco, pel S S Australia,
AiurvSS Oamn : Mrs h A Boyd, M.
Pico, wife and grandson, L Ml Baldwin,
Miss Musgrave, W U Parke, W II
Graenhalgh, T Pujlta, Jas Otis, W .1
Smith. Miss M. (J Ouiiali, .1 A Wilder,
Mis Hlllcbniml and son, Mrs Lit Wall
bridge, Frank Otis, W A Kinney, II
Gillig, Mrs A J t rockcr,Miss 15 Crouch,
Mrs H 15endcr, M ltoe, wife and two
children, 0 .1 Dcering, H O Baldwin
and 2 children, AViTlow lialdwin, J
Mott Smith and wife, Jas Conway, Mi.
Carrie Green, Mlis Geo 11 ltea, iliss L
A Barker, W 13 Foster and wife, E
Bailey and wife, Miss Oleson, S S Cur
tis, G 15 Giilliii, is Col Kitchen, :i
children and maid, S Maguiiir C L
AVight, Mrs L A Thurtoii. (i W Mac
farlaue. S'rr.r.itAtsr,: llWilte, wife and
2 children, G M Collin, A Louis, wife
and 2 children. J X WeseK C S Stein,
wife and G children, G Lumbaum and
wife, G Leliber, F Cauner, wife and 2
children, Mr Blum, A I' Lamb, wife and
:i children, .1 Gomes, U G Jaeger, J
Grace and child, E 11 WoodswortU, Mrs
It II Grrham and 2 children, A
Wallace, Mr Lehmann, wife and
child, H C Lyle, W Edwards, (J Bosse
33 C Winston, A L Watt, W Farraut,
.D E Holmes, 1) II Link and wife, G S
Davidson, G Wager, F Conradt and
bou, J McWadc, Jas Wilkinson, 41 Por
tuguese, 1G Chinese and :! Japs.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lost, a safe key.
-- - . -.. - -
Tin: clipper bark Lilian is for tale.
Mr. E. It. llyan has a good boat
for sale, cheap.
Sixteen bags of mail arrived on
the Arabic for the Post Oflice.
Mkssiis. A. J.I. Ilewett and "W. II.
Graenhalgh have our thanks for full
hies of late papers.
A gui:i:n nietalic trunk fell ovei
board from the 0. S. S. dock this
morning, but was saved.
Ni:xt Sunday, September 2d, will
be tho 50th anniversary of the birth
of II. It. II. Princess Liliuokalani.
Tin: sailing of the S. S. Australia
was defened until 2 o'clock this af
ternoon, so as to allow correspon
dents an opportunity of answering
letters received by tho S. ,S. Arabic
Tun Alameda duo on Saturday
will have on board the panorama of
tho "Battle of Waleiloo," which lias
boon on exhibition for such a long
time in San Franeihco. . It is valued
Six men, tlireo women and oiglit
children, Gorman laborors, canio
from Uionion by the bark C. It. Bis
hop, this inoming.riuid will bo for
warded to Lib no Plantation by tho
A i.Aitui: ami gay concourse of peo
ple assembled at tho Hawaiian Ho
tel lust night, to hid farewell to Dr.
Mott Smith and Mrs. Smith, who re
turned to the States by the Australia
to-day. The Hawaiian Hand made
tho occasion lively with choice music.
Onj: night last vcok two enno fluids
at Paauilo, Hawaii, quarter of a milo
apart, were set on tiro. Tho burn
ing was discovered in good season
and wasputout befoio much damage
was done. A native, who had been
discharged from Paauilo Plantation,
was arrested and charged with mali
ciously setting lire to the cane.
A.mono the passongorH to-day by
the Australia was Col. O. W. Mncfur
Jauo, who it is said, has gono to San
Franeibco with the intention of push
ing tluough to London, to make tho
linal arrangements for flouting tho
Kauai bohenio before the end of tho
year. It isiopoited that cable advices
canio last steamer abking for somo
change or modification in tho con
tract with tho owners of tho land, the
reply to which Mr. Macfarlane car
ries willi him. Much interest is felt
in tho success of this Echomo.
Mnssus. Hackfeld it Co., have for
sale new European goods bv tho
bark C. It. Bishop.
Ont, lmnthcd nnd eighty-eight
Chineso and ill Japanese steerage
passengcis, leave by. tho S. S. Arabic
An adjourned meeting of the Olo
walu Company will bo held at 11
o'clock u. in, to-morrow, at tho olliee
of W. O. Irwin & Co.
Jin. E. C. Maclailano is authorized
to sign tho firm name of G. W. Mae
farlano it Co.. nnd holds the power
of nttorney of G. W. Macfarlano dur
ing the lattcr's absence.
Ox Monday, Sept. 3rd, at 10 o'clock
a. in., the Itoyal School cadets will
assemble on their grounds, to be pre
sented with a now Hawaiian silk flag
from His Majesty.
Tin: Honolulu base ball team have
completed their arrangements to
play a final game with the Vandalia
base ball team on Saturday next, at
Mukiki lteeieation Grounds.
A nkw school house (51 x 33 feet in
size, has been built at Kaupo, Maui.
This school house has been built on
a modern plan and will accommo
date fully 120 scholars.
Tmtni: well known young men
came near being involuntarily car
ried oil' by the steamer "W. G. Hall
this morning. They got on shore,
however, by a rope over the stern.
Ax intoxicated native fell over
boa id from the steamer W. G. Hall
this morning, with all his clothes and
a big pair of boots on. It was with
considerable difficulty that ho was
hauled on board the steamer again.
Tin: sailing of the steamer Mika
hala has been postponed until 5
o'clock to-morrow evening so as to
take back a roller to Kekaha mill,
which is now being repaired at the
TiiitKi: late passengers for the Ki
nau last evening, caused much
amusement by their efforts to catch
the steamer. Two managed to get
into one of the port windows, while
the third had to employ the services
of a low boat.
A middm: aged native woman,
named Enuilia, fell from the balcony
of a two-stoiy house in Capo Horn,
at about 11 o'clock last night, and
received injuries which caused her
death in a few minutes. A coroner's
jury was called this morning and
after viewing the body, adjourned
until this afternoon.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. 15 Honolulu Rilles, at
Meeting of Excelsior Lodge I. O.
O. F., iu its hall, Fort street, at
THE BARK G. R. BISHOP.
The German bark C. K. Bishop,
Capt. T. Poppe, arrived this morn
ing, 170 days from Bremen, with an
assorted cargo. The bark had head
winds to the Horn. She was 25
days from 50 in the Atlantic to
50 in the Pacific. In the Pacific
had both S. K. and N. E. trades.
The C. It. Bishop is docked at the
P. M. S. S. wharf and is consigned
to Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co.
A serious accident happened last
Wednesday at Leilchua ranch to
Master Kenneth, youngest son of
Major "Wodehousc, II. B. M.'s Com
missioner. He was riding after eat
tlo when his horse stumbled. Ken
neth was thrown to the ground and
the hoise rolled over him. The
poor little fellow was picked up and
medical aid was at once summoned.
His left leg was broken near the
thigh and one of the ankles was also
badly sprained. He was brought
to town and is doing as well as could
U. S. F. S. VANDALIA'S ANNI
VERSARY. One year ago, yesterday, August
27th, the Flagship Vandalia dropped
her anchor outside the reef, display
ing at her inizzen top the two stars
of Hear Admiral Kimberley. On
tho next morning she entered tho
harbor, and took possession oft her
Days have come and days have
gone, and with them many changes
have taken place ; hut in spite of
the revolutions of time, the Vanda
lia, from that first selected spot,'
has reared her majestic bow, silent,
though terrible iu her warlike atti
tude. During, the period when
the peace and well-being of Hawaii
were thought to be in danger, tho
good ship proudly rode tho ebb and
How of the tide, ready to vindicate
that which was rightj and promptly
punish that which wars wrong.
Since her coining among us, many
changes have taken place. Naval
row now so familiar, had been long
forgotten. But she brought to her
side ships of the squadron called
hither from all parts of the great
Pacific ships coming to pay respect
to the naval commander-in-chief.
The Mohican, the Adams, the Iri
quois, the Juniata, tho Omaha, and
tho Dolphin, have all clustered
about her, and liavo one by one, ex
cepting tho last named, gone their
way, leaving her still moored se
curely in the slowly growing coral
To-day, with tho universal respect
of tho nation, and social affection of
the people, tho Vandalia celebrates
tho ilrst annual anniversary of her
advent hero. If her hull could
speak, what an interesting volume
of events it could unfold, events
that go to make up an im
portant chapter of Hawaiian history.
During -the year, even within the
enclosure of her own circle, many
changes have taken place. Many
ohl and familiar faces have sped
thein to other quarters, and new,
and no less respected ones, taken
their place. The cental, though
thorough commander, Capt. II. L.
Ilowson, left to assume higher and
possibly more ambitious duties fat
the national capital, lie was suc
ceeded in his reponsible position by
Capt. Sehoonmaker, who has en
deared himself to all, by his just
ness of character and general sua
vity of manner and bearing. When
old faces go one naturally feels a
vacuum, a something unaccountable,'
yet so sad, and wen it not that
that thorough gentleman of the old
school, Admiral Kiinberly, stayed
with us, we could scarcely have re
conciled ourselves to the change.
To-day, amid laughter, song and
tipping- dance, with the deck gaily
dressed with the pennants of all na
tions, and amid the ravishing strains
of Strauss and Chopin, the Vandalia
ushers in her second year of associa
tion here. Distinguished gentlemen,
fair and lovely ladies, join to make
her birthday one long to be remem
bered. Shortly after two o'clock
this afternoon ladies and gentlemen
from shore began to leave the
wharves in boats for the ship, and
for an hour or more thereafter the
boats came and went. At the time
of our going to press, mirth and
happiness are at their height, and
the Vandalia people and their hon
ored guests arc merrily celebrating
Late Foreie lews.
Per S. S. Arabic.
Tin: bark Cassandra Adams was
wrccki'd Thuisday evening, Aug. 1(5,
on Di--! ruction Island, near Cape
Flattery. A dense fog is assigned to
be the cause of her loss.
Tun Chinese Kostriotion Bill has
been passed by the House at Wash
ington without division.
Ciiaki.ks CiiocKi:u,the millionaire,
died at Monteiey, on the Kith inst.
The Prime Minister of Italy is on
a visit to Germany.
Boulanger was elected to the
French Chamber of Deputies, on
the lJJth inst., for three depart
ments. In one department there
was rioting the whole day and into
the night. At midnight the mili
tary charged withjixed bayonets to
clear the streets.
The United States Postmaster
General has agreed to subsidise the
O. S. S. Co.'s steamers to Austra
lia, to the amount of $50,000 an
nually. The yellow fever still prevails in
Heavy rains have done much
damage in the South.
Tins U. S. Senate will try to pass
the bill granting a public park to
Tacoma over the President's veto.
It is rumored in Vienna that the
Russian Government has contracted
for a loan of 8,000,000 in Ame
rica. Malimoud Pasha, Turkish ex
Minister of Finance, is accused of
embezzling .15,000. An enquiry
will be mado immediately.
The Freeman's Journal has open
ed a Parnell defense fund. It is
claimed that the charges of the Lon
don Times will be shown to be false.
. The manner in which the Demo
crats are wiping out the surplus is
to be fully exposed in Congress.
Chief-Justice Itichard Ashbury
Jones of Washington Territory is
Hoffman, the German poet, died
The ocean steamers Unibria, City
of New York, La Burgoyne and
Ems left New York Aug. l'Jth, for
a race across the Atlantic.
It is said that Blaine favors the
passage of a tariff bill by the Senate.
Tho dory Dailc Secret was all
right on August 1st. whcnpasHcd by
the steamer India.
Princo Mu ley and 200 men havo
been massacred in Morocco.
An electrical storm did great
damage at Montreal and vicinity,
Edward Ilanlan Jr., tho young
son of llanlau, tho oarsman, ' while
playing with matches Aug. Kith, at
Toronto, set lire to his clothing and
was burned to. death.
Keecnt changes in the German
and Austrian armies are believed to
indicate the approach of war.
A disastrous fainino is alllicting
the people of Albania.
Prince Joseph of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
died of Inflammation of the
lungs at Berlin, August Mth.
A passenger train on the Atlantic
and Pacilio road tumbled down a
thirty-foot embankment at Horse
shoe curve, August 11th, injuiing
many of tho passengers.
Blaine arrived at his homo in
Maine, August Mth, and received
a tremendous greeting:
THE ONLY READABLE PA--i.
PER in the Kingdom "Tlio
JJaily Bulletin." 00 cents per month.
Grand Reduction for 60 Days- Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my departure for San Francisco and the Eastern Stales I lmv decided to lmld a Grand Clearing Sal. f..i fiO Ii.ns in order to make room for
now importations. I call attention to the ggnoral public that prices were never reduecl ,..i hw and exoeptionnllx striking bargains are offered in every
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
Blankets, Bedspread, Table Damasks, Towels, Cojnfortors, Prints, White it Brown Cotton, Sheetings in all widths, etc., etc., etc., etc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
30 in. Batislo, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12Jc. per yard; 20 pes. White Pique, at (5 c. per yard ; :t(! in. French Percale, reduced to 12Jc. ; 15 pea.
Gingham, to closu
Scotch Ginghams, Lawns, White Dress Goods, Nainsock, Seersuckers, Cheviots, Saline Brocades, Ohainbray I5tnr..i Suiting, Cambrics and a great assort
ment of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING REDUCTION 10 pes. Jot Black Henrielte Cloth, extra uuli(y double width, red. from Sl.fiO to $1.00 a yard
Great Reduction in Cassimeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 45c. a yard,
PAKASOL Our entire stock of Parasol less than nnuutfaoturer's cost. Particular attention is called to our Ladies', Misses' vfe Chiltlrens' Muslin Under
wear which arc offered at a great sacrifice. Ladies' Berlin Wool Knitted Shawls, reduced at half pi ice. Great Bargain in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
mense Reduction in Misses' &. Chiltlrens' 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 0,"ic. ; a full line of Ladies' India Gatuo Vest, red. from 7f to oOc. Special attention is
called to our
Eiiroitts, Oriental Laces, Mom Laces, CM Eiirolries, wlicli lie soli at line Cost !
Special sale Oriental Lace, in holoku length, f0e. yard; 20 pes. Oriental Lace, red. to oc. yard worth 13e. ; 10 pes. Oiienlal Lace, red. 10c. yrd. worth 20o
felioe Department ! Slioe Department ! J5!ioe Department I
Our French Kid Button Shoe, hand sewed, red. from lf(?.i)0 to $5.,r0; French Kid Button Shoe, best value, red. from $." to $1 ; French Kid Button Shoe, a,
beauty, red. from $5.50 to $4.50: Childreni' French Kid Button Shoe, red. from $2 to .fl;50, sizes :t-li; Ladies' Black Silk Hose, red. to $1 a pair, value $1.50
Unium Reduction in Ladies Corsets k Boys' wine Shirts, Boy's Knee -Pants, reflncefl to 50c.
gfi5Anvbotly in search of Bargains should call first at the Temple of Fashion befoie purchasing Goods, wo guarantee you will save money. During
our Sale all Goods sold "C. O. D." Aug. 1-lm
Ililo is still the same old place
despite the much vaunted opposi
tion to its prosperity, by many who
ought to have been its best friends.
Days come and go with the samo
degree of stillness and lack of real
business, yet their number is many
who still indulge in the hope of bet
ter times and the rendering of tardy
justice to our willing tax payers by
a Legislature pledged to carry out
its enactments according to the true
tenor and meaning thereof, and
not to ignore the public works and
necessitous improvement which that
body has provided for in the cur
rent Legislature. At Ililo it is and
always has been a crying shame,
the utter neglect and want of wharf
accommodation. The second town
of this kingdom has but a small
shed, with a few steps from the
surfy waves, to receive the travell
er and his baggage, and the main
front street is a disgrace to the pre
siding functionary and Ililo itself.
Of water there is more than to spare
in every part of the town, yet the
habits of the Portuguese and Chi
nese bordering on the streams arc
such as to cause an increasing pollu
tion of the water rendering it dan
gerous to those compelled to use it,
as witness the late mortality by
typhoid fever etc. In the town
most people bcleive that a respect
able road to the Volcano would of
itself be a great and desirable bene
fit to Ililo, as well as an undoubted
advantage to travelling tourists who
would enjoy a short stay in this dis
trict. There can be no doubt it
would largely enhance the public
good. Now that it is ascertained
there is a disappearance of blight
much attention is given to the
means to be adopted by the Govern
ment favouring tho growth and cul
tivation of colfee. There, is plenty
of land as well as arc there willing
hands on Hawaii ready to be used
in this business, but as to the capi
tal required, that may require con
sideration and some concern. These
and other mattcrst- immediately
concerning this district are freely
ventilated, and belter times for
lliloitcs in the near futuro are now
dawning. If the Legislature ap
propriate means for public works
in Ililo district, it is but reasonable
to grant that those means are avail
able and that they will be devoted
to the objects voted for and not
passed over, as those heretofore,
because of the more urgent( ?) re
quirements of a King's Palace or
the Pali road! (Gibson'8 regime.)
Should the best happen then wo
may breathe a little more freely. All
persons having any stake in the
country have every confidence in the
integrity and fixity of purpose of
the directors of the people for the
equal benefit of tho whole under the
present regime, and Ililo is not be
hind in her faith and aspirations.
Ililo, Aug. 23rd, 1888
Fort Street, next Lucas' Mill,
Ship's Blacksmithing, Carriage
Building it Repairing.
Drays, Carls & Wagon Building a Specialty.
Every description of work in tho
above tines performed in u llrst-cluss
manner and executed at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Orders from the other Islands solicited.
io out at lUo. yarn; PJo pes. fast colored
SPECIAL. SALE EXTREEME HA11GA1XS IN
Xotice under this head ate charged 20 cent
per line for thejirst insert ion, and cents per line
every additional inset Hon,
INEST BRANDS OF CALI
fornia Poit, Madeira and Blalagn,
for sale in kcjis and cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
C1 Queen Mrcct.
' n Q9a
LAST WEnEHS: !
INVENTORY SALE !
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Haudkeichiefs fiOc per doz
81 do. Ladies.' unbleached Balbri
gan Hose, silk eloekco and full
finished at. . 2.rie
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
sonis and cull's $1
220 doz Grntb' full finish Balbrigan
Undershirts, either long or short
sleeves, all sizes Jfic each
Gents' white cotton Undershirts .
Gents' full finished silk clocked
Hose $2.2.r per do.
A very largo Stock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Collar (Manding.
A full lint! of all wool Overshiils
and all wool UndcrMihts from
, ifl up
Gents' fine Pajama Suits from
-, -W up
170 doz Children's coloicd Hooe. .
10c pr pair
Fine Turkish Bath Towels
Linen hand-made Tides
Black Silk stripe Grenadine
20e, per yai d
Ladies' Joisey AVaists from
Miches' and Children's Hoso, full
finish and Silk Clocked iu pink
and blue, fiom size -1 to 8, at ...
2.rjc per pair
We have made a REDUCTION In all
Tloniember this is our last week
CHAS. J. F1SHEL,
The Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
July 17-S -
ll iw riiia 1 Q I SILL 1 1
Uingliams, host assortment in town,
8 wei8 m oB
Have the Largest Variety and Best Stock of
BciT Ever exhibited in this
lure of every description for Parlor, Bedroom,
Dining-room, .Library & Veranda.
They have tho
Chairs from 75 cents to 50
Furniture Reupholstered !
Mattrasses made to order !
CORNICE POLES & PICTURE FRAMES
Made in all Styles ami I'ncea to miit everybody.
Sold on tho
Blacksmith Work, JSj Carriage Building,
Painting suirt "" Trimming.
79 & 81 fli Street, - - - - Old Rose Premises.
EiitraiiccN IVom ICin; atitl Merchant Htm.
Every doscrij t'-n of work in the above llnus performed In a flret-clais maimer;
Also, Horse Shoeing- a Specialty.
I jsrilell Telephone, 107't5 (nirli
retluccu at cost.
Best Assortment of
of every dcseriptioujind price.
& Furniture !
l.My) carlJell Telephone, W