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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Ilnck stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
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JCffirGentlcmen will do well to call
at tho Aucade and cxciuiuc the latest
in Clothing nt the lowest price in tho
BSS'Go to tho Arcade and gel one
of them Finn Embroidoied Dresses,
BSrTho AitCAdc is tho place to
frSTTiir. Daily Bulletih Wef.klt
Simmvky is the best paper to send
Car Full lino of Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Hats, Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Shoo at the AncADt.
BQTGo to the AiioAim for your
Fancy Goods, Chenille, Pon Pons,
Trimmings, Splashers, Tidios, Ltc.
buy your Dress Goods, latest style ;
Silks, Woolens and Lawns. Tho to friends abioad. Mailed to any
leader of low prices.
address, So per annual, which in
' 1 x
WKDNKSDAY, AUG. 20, 1888.
Stinr Kuala from Widahia ami AVal
Stmr Kahnllna for Lahahia and Hama-
Stmr Mlkahala for Kauai lit C p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW. 1
Stmr Kaala for Walahiaand Walnhao at
0 a m
From Walalua anil Walanae per stmr
Kaala, Aug 28 John Ciisslily, Air Stow
art and daughter, Mrs Sllvcihcra and
For Maul per stmr Likellkc, Aug 28
W 1 A -Brewer, wife, tl children uml 2
Fcrvants. 1 Jl Thouipkhis, iliss Helen
Wilder, Biothcrs thailes, Michael, Jo
seph, and William, Major W 11 Corn
well, Miss Llbhy K II, Mrs F M Simp
son, It Latton, II Laws, D Smith, Mr
Aiona and hilde, T B Lyons, and about
For Kauai, per stmr Waialealc, Aug
28 Air Sproull, Misses Mollioiind Mailn
Bush, Masters liuh (2), Miss lllnes,
Air lloffguaul, C L Brltto, S .Maeauley
and 10 deck.
The S S Australia took for San Fran
cisco ycteidav afternoon 12.1SS bags of
sugar, 1,7UG bags of rice, 3,:S!)S bunches
of bananas, 8 baskets of plants, 2(10 bills
of sugar cine, 031 bills green hides, 15
bdls goat skins. :t bills sheep skin, and
;!."i boxes of fruit. Value $Utf,!)3G.G(i.
ARRIVALS AT SAN FRANCISCO.
August 15, sehr Golden Fleece, 27
daysirom II Ho.
August 17, bark W 1J Godfrey, 27
days from Honolulu.
DKI'AKTUItr. FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
August 17, bktne S X Castle for
PUItVIS At Colorado Spiings, Colo
rado. U. S. A., on the l(Hh August, JCil
waid William Purvis, late of Honolulu
and Hanaiuaulu, Kauai, aged ill years.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A FURNisiinu or unfuinished cot
tage in good locality, is oil'eied to let.
Mrs. Hebbaul's school will end its
vacation and le-open on Monday
The sum of $28,000 is to bo ex
pended on lepahs to the U. S. S.
Seli.s'Bios. circus will pass through
here on the October mail steamer,
en Kmto for the Colonies.
The mail steamer Alameda should
bo along eaily Saturday morning
with dates to the 25th inst.
Tuuitn is to be a mass meeting of
Chinamen at the Chinese The.itie
to-morrow evening, at 0 o'clock.
Tun Japanese Government has de
cided to spend .$50,000,000 in five
years for tho purpose of puichasing
The Danish hark Mathias, from
Liveipool foi Honolulu, was spoken
May 8th, in Lat. 41.21 deg. N Long.
25.-10 deg. W.
Wand How gives notice that dur
ing his absence from the kingdom
Tong Man Choong will act for him
in all matters of business.
Yestkuoay's report of Legislative
proceedings is taken from tho "Ad
vertiser," indisposition having pus
vented the attendance of our own le
porter. Mr. Schmidt has icceived a letter
informing him that Minnio Schol.
is under tientment in Dr. Unnn'a
hospital, in Hamburg, and that a de
cided impiovcmeut is noticed.
A Chinese, terribly disfigured with
leprosy, was takon horn the Branch
Hospital yesterday, with the view of
sending him to China on tho Arabic,
but was refused passage by the
The Hawaiian Tramways Co., hav
ing put on an 'extra force of men, the
laying of the track fiom Kiehaul
stieet towards Waikiki is piogressing
The Deputy Attornoy-Gcnoral, tho
Marshal and the Colonel of tho Vol
unteer foices went down to the 1 M.
S. S. wharf this afternoon, then out
to tho Dolphin, while a quidnunc
nowsgathejer got hoka.
On August 17th, Miss McCombe,
wcllknown heio, gavo a reception at
her remdonco 712 Coition Gato Ave
nue, San Francisco, in honor of tho
Misses M. and A. Walker, daughters
of J Km. J. S. Walker. About sixty
invited guests weio piesent.
- . .
Dan McKibbin, sailor of tho Cock
erinouth, was lined $8 this morning,
for an all'ray with Mualo, a native
who was also lined $8. Jus. Kuknna
was sent to prison for 30 days for ma
liciously Incaking a window. Thico
drunks weio fined $0 each.
On exhibition at G. West & Co.'s
Foit stieet, is a koa desk made by
that firm for Dr. 1 1. Gray, founerly
of Honolulu. This solid piece of
handsome furniture, is very conveni
ent, well inado and finely polished.
It is to ho tent to the Doctor, who is
jiow in Washington Territory.
A I'Ai'AiA tieo fell down near the
l'nlaco yesteulay, nearly sinking a
group of children.
The barkentine W. II. Dimond
sailsdor San Francisco noxt Monday,
tho Planter on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Glade, and
Uev. Alex, and Mrs. Mackintosh leave
for Kauai by the Mikaluila this evening.
Messrs. W. G. Ii win, D. It. Villa,
W. M. aiffurd and C. O. Berger, have
been elected olllecis of Olowalu Com
pany for the ensuing year.
The nnnual sale of clothing and
furnishing goods will commence on
Satuulay next, at tho Arcade. Look
out for big advoitiscmcnt in Friday's
Mrs. A. M. Mollis invites the pay
ment of all bills due her before tho
12th of September, as she intends
leaving the kingdomj on the 23rd,
and will be absent several months.
The engines of tho steamer Kaiini
loa would not work piopcrly when
she was ready to sail at 3 o'clock
yesteulay afternoon. Her sailing
has been put off, the Tele taking the
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill of Co. C Honolulu Rifles, at
Meeting of Oahu Lodge K. of P.
in its hall, Fort street, at 7:30
Meeting of Mystic Lodge K. of
V. in Harmony hall, King street, at
Prayer meeting in the Yestrj' of
the Central Union Church at 7:30
Keligious services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral at 7 o'clock.
Meeting of the literary committee
of the Debating Society, at the Ha
waiian Hotel, at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of the Hawaiian Social
Club at 7:30 o'clock.
Stag dance of Honolulu Social
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
UY L. .1. LEVEY.
Sale of English ale and porter, at
his salesrooms, corner of Fort and
Queen streets, at noon.
This is the way a Noble amuses
himself during his few spare mo
ments in the House:
TO IV. A. KINNEY.
We miss your gentle face,
And that 'ere boyish grace;
When you used to address tbc Chair.
It would make us I airly stale;
With your uplifted linger,
You often had to linger,
Befoie your thoughts would How
The way you wanted them to go.
But never mind, dear Kinney,
You were better than a ninnv.
The "Illustrated London News"
of August 4th has the following:
"The Board of Trade have awarded
a piece of plate to Capt. H. M. Hay
ward, master; a gold shipwreck
medal to Mr. Frank William Hart,
first oflicer ; and a silver shipwreck
medal and a sum of 2 each to
Johan Barpark, Harry Ewing, Wil
liam Allen and Thomas Driscoll,
seamen, of the American steamship
Mariposa, in recognition of their
services in rescuing the crew and
passengers of the bark Henry
James, of Glasgow, which was
wrecked off Palmyia island, on
April lGth last."
THE COFFEE BILL VETOED.
The King sent a. message to the
House this afternoon vetoing the
Coll'eu Bill. Tho message is to be
considoii'd next Friday.
Following are His Majesty's rea
sons for the veto:
1st. It is not riu;lit nor.just to the
taxpayers of the' kingdom to grant a
subvention of so large a sum for the
furthering of a private enterprise.
2nd. No objection exists to giving
subventions in aid of private enter
prises, but this should be done by
granting bounties for what have
3rd. Such bounties should be
given to all who embark their pri
vate capital in a new enterprise and
achieve success, not to one person
A LETTER BY THE ARABIC.
Lieutenant Cressup, writing by
the S. S. Arabic, which vessel ar
rived hero yesterday, sends his
nloha to all his acquaintances. His
little boy has thrown aside his petti
coats and has donned knickerbock
ers. Tho little fellow's fieckles,
which he had gathered at Waikiki,
had nearly all disappeared. The
Mohican miulo a very long passage
up to San Francisco, because she
had consumed all of her coal when
in the trades and had none left
when she reached tho calm belt,
about halfway between this port
and the Coast.
Mr. Cressup says that when pass
ing Waikiki he saw tho ladies wav
ing their handkerchiefs and ho re
turned the siiluto with a red flag.
They went as far as 42A degs. North
latitude. Tho Mohican is receiving
a general ovei hauling, and will soon
be ready for sea agaip.
rpHE ONLY READABLE PA-J-
PER in the Kingdom "The
Dully Bulletin," 60 cents per month.
7Gtii Day August 28th.
Tho House opened at 10 a. m.
President W. It. Castle in the chair.
Koll called and absentees noted.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
Noble Hitchcock presented the
report of the Committee on the taro
flour bill, recommending that tho
bill do pass. Accepted to be con
sidered with the bill,
Rep. F. Brown reported the Con
stitution Amendment bill printed.
Minister Green gave notice of a
bill to amend section 21 of the Tax
Laws of 1882 and 1880.
Noble Smith moved that tho mat
ter of the claim of Wong Kim, laid
on the table last evening, bo taken
from the table for further considera
omn:n of the day.
Consideration of the election bill
in Committee of the Whole, Rep.
Kawninui in the chair.
Sections 87, 88, 80, 00, 91, 92,
93, 91, 95, 9G, 97, 98 and 9!) pass
ed, some of them with amendments.
Committee rose at 12:00, the
House resumed and took recess to
The House reassembled at 2:15.
A quorum was obtained at 2:33.
Third reading of tho bill to amend
the homestead Act. Passed.
Owing to tho departure of Nobles
Baldwin and Foster and Rep. Kin
ney to the Coast, tho following
changes in Committees were an
nounced by the President:
Sanitar' Committee Nobles Not
ley, Dole and Wilder, Kcps. Daniels
Judiciary Rep. Paehaole in place
of Rep. Kinney.
Finance Noble Smith instead of
Noble Baldwin ,
Foreign Affairs Rep. Deacon in
place of Noble Baldwin.
The Election bill was taken up
in Committee of the Whole, Rep.
Kawainui in the chair.
Section 100 was referred to a se
Sections 101, 102 and 103 passed.
iNoble .Smith moved to insert a
new section relating to duties of in
spectors of election. Carried.
Schedules 15 and C were struck
The remaining schedules were
amended and passed.
The Cleik was diiccted to renum
ber sections and schedules where
The Committee lose at 4:.)3.
The House resumed when the
Committee of the Whole icported.
Noble Smith moved to amend the
repot t by referring sections 58, C3,
99 and 100 to a special committee.
Carried ; and a committee appointed
consisting of the Attorney-General,
Nobles Smith, Waterhouse and Ri
chardson and Rep. Kauhanc.
Adjourned at 5 p. m. to 10 a. m.
77th Day Aug. 29th.
MOUSING SESSION. .
TIip House opened at 10 a. m.,
President W. II. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
Rep. F. Brown reported three
bills as printed.
ANSWEIIS TO QUESTIONS.
Minister Thurston presented the
following answers to questions by
1. The appropriation for the en
couragement of the cultivation of
cinchona has been disposed of as
Cinchona seed, 108.70; Mr. For
syth's services to Feb. 13, 1888,
SI 12; 580.70 The balance of
$1-129.30 remains in the Tieasury.
2. That Mr. Forsyth has been in
the employ, of the Government from
August 13, 1887, to July 31, 1888.
3. The salary which was agreed
to be paid Mr. Forsyth was S200 a
month, he paying his own traveling
and other expenses. ,'
1. Tho Government has not given
any I. O. U.'s for Mr. Forsyth's
salary. Through inadvertence he
did not draw the salary due him be
tween tho 13th of February and the
cud of March. Since the lapse of
the period, and consequent lapse of
the unexpended balance of appro
priation, there has, of course, been
no payment to Mr. Forsyth. He
has rendered several bills to tho
Government on tho basis above
stated up to and including the 3 1st
of July, which I have approved,
and which I have told him would be
paid upon the passage of the appro
priation bill, out of any available
5. The propositions made by Mr.
Forsyth and the pioposcd action of
the Government was stated at the
time the appropriation was asked
for in 1887. It was in brief as fol
lows: Mr. Forsyth was on the
ground with unquestioned evidence
that he was what ho represented
himself to be, viz. : a practical cof
fee and cinchona planter and culti
vator, who had been employed as
an expeit in other countries in con
nection with (ho intioduction of
such industries, Ho proposed to
the Government and his proposition
was accepted, that hu should make a
detail examination of tho different
Grand Reduction for 60 Days Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my departure for San Francisco and tho Eastern States 1 huvo decided to lmltl a Grand Clearing Sale for GO Days in older to make room for
new importations. I call attention to tho goneral public that prices were never reduced so low and exceptionally striking bargains are offered in every
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
Blankets, Bedspread, Tabla Damasks, Towels, Comforters, Prints, White A Blown Cotton, Sheetings in all widthf., etc., etc., etc., otc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
30 in. Batislo, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12Jo. per yard; 20 pes. White Pique, at (5Jc. per yard ; 3(1 in. Fiench l'crcale, reduced to 12c; 15 pee.
Gingham, to cloio out at 10c. yard; 125 pes. fast colored Ginghams, best assortment in town, reduced at cost.
SPECIAL SALE EXTREEME BARGAINS IX
Scotch Ginghams, Lawns, While Dress Goods, Nainsock, Seersuckers, Cheviots, Satino Brocade, Chnmbray Koiiiii Suiting, Cambrics and a great assort
ment of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING REDUCTION 10 pes. Jet Black Henriotte Cloth, extui quality double width, red. from $1.50 to $1.00 a. yard
Great Reduction in Cassimeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 40c. a yard.
PARASOL Our entire stock of Parasol less than manufacturer's cost. Particular attention U called to oui Ladies', Misses' & Childrcns' Muslin Under
wear which aro oil'ered at a great sacrifice. Ladies' Beilin Wool Knitted Shawls, reduced at half pi ice. Great Bargains in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
mense Reduction in Misses' & Childrcns' Dics'-es, Bonnets & Laco dps. Ladies' Knitted Underwear; Ladies' Heavy Mori no, full finished vests, reiL from
$2 to $1 ; Ladies' India Gauze, full finished vest, led. fiom ?! to Cic.; a full lino of Ladies' India G.iu.o Vest, red. from 75 to 50c. Special attention is
called to our ,
Eirierics, Orieital Laces, Mug Laces, Colored HmMn,- wlicl in sold at Home Cost !
Special sale Oriental Laco, in holoku length, 50c. yard; 20 pes. Oriental Lace, red. t oc. yard worth 15c; 10 pr-. Oriental Lace, red. 10c. yrd. worth 20c
fefilioe Department ! Slioe Department ! tsjlioo 3Ioprt.itBn.C5it !
Our French Kid Button Shoe, hand sowed, red. fiom $6.50 to $5.50 ; Fiench Kid Button Shoe, best value, red. f nun $" ( $ 1 ; Fiench Kid Button Shoo, a
beauty, red. from $5.50 to $4.50: Ghildrana' French Kid Button Shoe, red. from $2 to $1.50, si.o5 :i-0 ; Ladies' 111 ick mIL Ilo-e, ml. to 1 a pair, value -$1.50
Immense Eeiciioi in Ladies Corseis & Boys' ffliile Sliirts, Boy's Knee Pais, Mrafl to 50c
"Anybody in search of Bargains should call first at the Temple of Fashion befoie- puichasing Good", wo gu.n.mtoo jou will gavo money. During
our Sale all Goods sold "C. O. D." Aug. Mm
districts of the kingdom, and report
upon the suitability of the same for
cinchona and coffee culture ; and at
the same time to disseminate infor
mation and stimulate an interest
covering the same.
The question of developing
these industries and the best me
thods of so doing received much
personal attention on the part of
myself, and was considered a num
ber of times by the Cabinet. With
regard to cinchona, investigation
showed that from secral causes the
prices have declined to such a figure
that there was little profit. But
with coffee the outlook was entirely
different. Statistics show that the
consumption is increasing faster
than the production, and the price
steadily rising. After much discus
sion, of different plans it was decid
ed with the concurrence of the Cab
inet, that a system on the lines of
the bill which has been passed by
the House, would best accomplish
the object, and Mr. Forsyth was in
formed of the action proposed, and
an outline of the proposed Act was
given to him with the statement that
the Government would introduce a
bill in accordance therewith. He
has acted on that information, and
lias done his best to create an in
terest in the subject, and as a result
of his efforts, in conjunction with
those of the Government, I am as
sured bj' those who are willing to
invest their money, that the capital
will be forthcoming to place the
plan proposed by the bill in opera
tion. As to what has been accomplished
by engaging Mr. Forsyth's services,
his report in the Interior report
speaks for itself, and it is saying no
more than the truth to give him the
credit of having Overcome the well
nigh universal indifference and op
position and created the present in
'terest in the industry which is felt
in the community.
Had it not been for the efforts of
Mr. Forsyth, and the interest creat
ed by him, the subject of coffee cul
tivation would not have been brought
beforo the House this session. As a
result of the action of the House I
hope and expect that under the bill
referred to, a thorough and well
equipped coffee plantation will be
inaugurated within the next few
months. I propose to pa' for this
service out of any proper appropria
tion made by the Legislature, and
shall propose an item for that pur
pose.which by inadyertence has been
omitted from tho estimates.
L. A. Tiiuiisto.s.
Minister of tho Interior.
Hnnnlnln Riisinftss WW.
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71 Hotel, corner Fort Street,
Mrs. L. S. BENNETT, - - Principal.
In all its branches.
CSrFor p irticulura address
Mrs. L. S. Bennett,
74 Hotel .St., or Qraeiihulgh's Book
store, 10U Fort St.
Mutual, 2Q2-uTELEP(10Ne fcjVncll, 30
THE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
X ovenlug paper." CO cents per laonthi
Xoticti under this head ate charged JO cent
per linoor the first insertion, md B cents per tine
every additional insertion.
IJMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL fornm Port, Madeira and Malaga,
for sale in kegi anil cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Quern street.
L.SrJ? WEEK !
INVENTORY SALE !
152 do.en Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs . .SOcperdoz
8 1 do. Ladies' unbleached Balbri
gan Uose, cilk clookeo and full
finished at. 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linon bo
boms and ciifls $1
220 do. Gents' full finish Balbrigan
Unilerhhirts, eitliei long or short
hlecvob, all wi.es -15c each
Gents' white cotton Undcishirts .
Gents' full fmirhed silk clocked
Hose . $2,25 per do.
A very large Stock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Colliux (btauiling.
A full liud of all wool Ovoi shirts
and all wool Uutlurbhiith fiom
Gents' lino l'ajama Suits from
170 do. Children's eoloied Hobu.
10c jir pair
Fino Turkish Bath Towels
Linen hand-made Tides
Black Bilk stripe Grenadine ..
20o per yard
Ladies' Jeisey Waibts from. . .
Mirihes' and Children's Iloce, full
iiuibh and Silk Clockt d in junk
and blue, from si.u -I to 8, at .
25c per pair
We have made a REDUCTION In all
Itemomber this in our last week
CHAS. J. FBSHEL,
The Leading Mi.Uin.ory Honso.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
Ilaso the Largest "anoty and Best Stock of
da?" Ever exhibited in thi-,
Furniture of every description for Parlor, Bedroom,
Dining-room, Library & Veranda.
They have the
Chairs from 75 routs to $50
Furniture Eeupholstsred !
Mattrasses made to order !
CORNICE POLES & PICTURE FRAMES
Mndo in all Stjles and 1'iiees to suit oxurybody.
Sold on the
Blacksmith Work, Ji)?y- Carriage Building,
Fainting and r' Trimming.
79 k 81 Kin streBt, - - - oii in Premises.
ISiilriuieoM IVoiii ICiug- anil Bloi-uluiut St.
Kvery descrlptl'ni of work In the above lines performed In firt.cln manner.
Also, Hprce Shoeing a Specialty.
t3TBell Telephone, 107 (mrh LSd-lyj tSfllel Telephone, 1G7--5MK
I tlLL 1 1
Best Assortment of
of every description'mul price.
Accordeons ! 4
& Furniture !
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