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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 305.
J8fcrUeiitlcmen will do Hell to call
tit the Aucadk and exoiniuo the latest
in Clothing nt the lowest price in the
XSJ"Tho AncAdo 1b the pluea to
buy your Dress Goods, latest stylo;
Silks, Woolens and Lawns. The
leader of low prices.
&TnE Daily iIdixstin Wekklt
Si mmaky is the best pnper to eend
to friends nbioad. Mailed to any
address, ?5 per aunuoi, which in
J36F"Go to the Am auk and get one
of them Fine Embroidered Dresses,
B3rl"ull Hue of Ladles' Misses'
and Children's Hats, Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Shoo nt tho Arcade,
8Go to tho Arcade for your
Fancy Goods, Chenille, Pon Pons,
Trimmings, Splashers, Tidies, Etc.
THURSDAY, AUG. 30, 1888.
Stun- ult Bishop from Koolau
Schr Luka from lliuvalt " '
Stmr Kaala for Walalnaand Waianae at
0 a m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C It Uhhop for Wnlaunc, Waialua
unil Koolau at 0 a m
For Kauai per stmr MiUahala. Aug 20
Itev Alex unil .Mrs Mackintosh, F W
Glatle anil wife, Mr Kopku, W Hicdc,
Mr Awano, 17 German immigrants and
about Mf duck.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Ulhop 200 bgs sugar aud 100 bys
In this city, Aug. 30, to the wife of
Capt. Macauley, a son.
Ill ' - .II Mil
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A iiousi: to let on School street,
near the bridue.
JJJJA FunNisunD cottage of about six
rooms is wanted.
Rout. W. Boyd will bo married on
Satin day to Miss Josephino Wil
Tun Kaniehamclia Schools will re
open, after the summer vacation, on
It is expected that the Legislature
will adjourn towards the latter end
of next week.
A mkhtixq of the Iolani Boat Club
will be held at the boathouse on Sa
turday at noon.
Thk entertainments of the Blue
Ribbon League will bo lesumed next
Thk Debating Club will meet at
the usual place this evening to dis
cuss the Chinese question.
Mns. Gabcoyiic'b place of business
will be closed for thieo monthb, dur
ing that lady'h absence fiom the
A motion by Minister Green to
lay the Constitutional Amendment
Bill on the table was lost this after
noon, An Yon was arrested this morn
ing, on a charge of larceny of a box
of cigarette papers from Mr. Lewis
Mn. Ilcwctt, who leaves by the
steamer of October 23rd, and returns
by the same vesbel, will take orders
for Christmas goods.
The steward of the barkentino S.
G. "Wilder is still confined to the
Hospital by the injuries ho received
in his fall on boaid his vessel Satur
The Bev. Walter Frcar, a former
pastor of Fort Street Church, has
been appointed Secretary and Agent
of the American Congiegational
Union for California.
Mebsiis. Haekfeld & Co., Agents
for the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
have not received any advice qf the
City of New York calling at this port
on this trip.
The steamer Iwalani having re
ceived her now boiler, was moved to
tho 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s wharf this aftei
noon, where she will receive her fin
IlALr pounds tins of inferior
opium weio sold by the Costom
Ho'iiHO authorities, this morning, to
Chinese passengers going by the
bark Printzcnborg, at .$2.50 a tin.
The Chinese mass meeting will ho
hold at the Chinese theatre, at 0
o'clock this evening, to consider the
question of keeping their accounts
in English, and to discuss other Chi
neso questions. Press reporters will
bo admitted and furnished with seals,
table and an interpreter.
Yesterday af tomoon the Coroner's
jury: Mr. O. L. Hopkins, Coroner;
Messrs. C. O. Bergor, It. V. Laino,
T. It. Lucas, M. Mclnerny, 10. A.
Jones and E. It. Hendry loturned a
verdict to tho clieot that Emily Kao
lelo caino to her death on Aug. 28lh,
by falling from a balcony in Fowler's
Yard, while under tho inlluonco of
liquor, and In caking her neck.
Yobteuday afternoon, Captain
Aliens, mabter of the baik Print.en
berg, was found guilty of having vio
lated See. 3, Chap. 28 of Session Laws
of 1887, (having neglected to lo-oin-bark
1!) Chinamen, brought to this
country on tho Printzonberg, and
who weio not lawfully allowed to
land) and was lined .200. An appeal
The baik II. Pi intzenberg bailed
for Hongkong this morning, taking
175 ChiuebQ passengers, 1-11 men, 12
women and 22 children. Among
tho freight taken by tho Prinlzen
bejg were 10,230 Hib. of old copper,
OS) lbs. tallow, 17,000 lbs. ofhorns,
38,010 bottle, 5,200 lbs. of horse
shoes, 1,070 lbs. offend and -18 boxes
of salted ilsh in oil,
Captain Lcelair, was found guilty,
this morning, of assault with a dan
goious weapon on 1'etnr Itnflerly,
and lined $10 and $1.00 coat and
sentenced to one hour's imprison
ment at haul labor. Ben. II. Nor
ton, and T. F. Haghind, charged
with assault and hattory on Peter
HaH'oily were nol. pro'd.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. A Honolulu Rifles, at
Chinese mass meeting nt the Chi
nese theatre, at C o'clock.
Meeting of Debating Club at 7:30
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AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nr .i. f. jionoAN.
Sale of household furniture, at 10
o'clock a. in., at the residence of J.
F. Haekfeld Esq. , corner of Richard
street and Palace Walk.
THE DEBATING SOCIETY.
The literary committee of the
above club met last night at the Ho
tel parlors and decided on the follow
ing debate for this evening: "Re
solved that the Chinese question is
the supreme political issue of the
day." Members aro respectfully
requested to put in an appearance,
especially those who have become
conspicuous through their absence.
Let everyone take his friend along
and discuss this most vital question.
AMETEUR MINSTRELS COMING.
The Honolulu Ameteur Minstrel
Company is a local combination of
young gentlemen, associated for tho
purpose of giving public entertain
ments. The record of tho company
is known to most of our readers,
and it is a record of which there is
no occasion to the ashamed. "Chun
Hook," "the Bath-house scene,"
and "Our Navee," arc well remem
bered as local farces placed on the
stage of the Opera House by this
company. For many months past,
owing to the absence from the king
dom of some of the members, the
Amateur Minstrels have not appear
ed to amuse the public. It is with
plcasuie, however, that the Bui.r.i.i:
tin now announces that the people
ot Honolulu will probably be afford
ed another oppoitunity of reeting
the company, within the nevt five
or six weeks, at the Opera House.
The vacancies created by the absent
ones have been filled, and the com
pany with its full number and
strength is now rehearsing and
otherwise preparing for a public ex
hibition. The first entertainment,
which is expected to be given with
in the period above named, is to he
the first of a series. The public
will undoubtedly be glad to see the
Honolulu Amateur Minstrel Com
pany on tho boards again.
At tho complimentary band con
cert given to the Captain and Offi
cers of the Dolphin and the Espie
gle, on Thurs.day night, at the Ha
waiian Hotel, two gentlemen,
strangers to each other, casually
met on the front balcony and enter
ed into conversation. One of the
gentlemen was a landsman, well
known in this cotnmunitj-; the
other a naval gentleman, a stranger
here. Being both men of the world
they needed no introduction in order
to the interchange of ideas. It was
not long before a free and easy talk
was established between them.
The naval gentleman remarked
that the stream of people ascending
and descending the stairs presented
a variety of races and shades of
color, which afforded quite a study
to a stranger.
Yes, said the landsman, but one
soon gets used to that kind of thing,
and then the novelty is gone. I am
aware that what you say ia correct,
but it does not seem at all strange
to me ; I am accustomed to it. Be
sides, the view which one takes of
such a mixture depends mainly upon
his experience. An Englishman,
for instance, brought up in a narrow
school, would be likely- to consider
this company an unseemly mixture.
True, said the naval gentleman,
but travel modifies a man's home
training, whatever his nationality.
A man who has seen something of
the world viows things in a different
light from a person who has not en
joyed that advantage. As for my
self, I have seen considerable of the
world, and the intermixing and in
termingling of races which I see to
night is not at all startling to me.
The landsman suggested that it
was not everybody who imagined
that he had seen the world who had
actually done so. There are, said
he, globe-trotters and travelers.
The one does not imply the other.
People who follow the sea, for in
stance, often get an idea that they
ha c been the world j whereas, as a
rule, they see nothing of it. They
travel across a vast expanse of ocean
where there is nothing but water,
aud occasionally call in at ports.
After spending a lifetime in this
way, what have they really seen of
the world? They get an idea that
the world is familiar to them ; but
in reality they know nothing what
ever about it. They aro of all men
the most incapable of tolerating or
appreciating the blending which wo
have hero, and of which there nro
many counterparts that I have seen
iu different countries.
Hero there was a little lull in tho
conversation, which gave the lands
man, the last speaker, an opportun
ity to enquire if his friend was a
stranger in tho land.
Tho naval gentleman replied that
he was, that ho had been hero only
a few dnys.
The landsman presumed he had
como in the Australia and was a
16urisl. Supposed he was intending
to visit the volcano and would take
In the other natural wonders of the
Not exactly, rejoined tho stranger,
I came here iu a war-ship a few days
ago, and shall be leaving again
shortly. I should like to see the
volcano and learn more of your mix
ed population, which you seem to
think is something unknown to a
man who has spent years in a great
navy, but shall not have time on
Light begun to dnwn upon the
landsman, and he commenced to
think that he had put his foot into
it. To make the best of a mistake,
ho said, I presume you arc a naval
Well, something of that kind,
said the stranger, but it is nearly
time for me to bu going.
Oh yes, I see, your leave of ab
sence has nearly expired, and you
have to be on board your ship.
Well, scarcely that. The Cap
tain of a man.of-war does not require
to obtain leave to come ashore, nor
is he compelled to return at any
specified hour. I am sorry to part
with you so soon, but rest assured that
Captain .who "knows noth
ing whatever of the world," will be
glad to welcome you on board his
ship whenever it suits your conve
nience to come. Good-night, sir.
The Captain withdrew, evidently
amused, while the landsman re
solved to be more cautious in future
in his remarks to strangers.
EVAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lmw' Mill.
Mrs. Ilebbnrd's School
WILL reopen on Monday, September
3ul, at No 12t liciuiutiiu hlict't.
"jVJKS. Ga-i-iiyui' hi-, t-lo-rd hci plane
111. nt hubiiiir--. fur thrie month,
hciiig iiliM!iil 1 1 fim llie Kingdom "Will
uopcu I ho Balm- in December next.
billiard-room, baihroom, kitchen nnd
pantry. Also carriage house and stables
for two horses. Apply to
E. W. JORDAN,
At Wate:hou.f;'s Fort-street Store.
Wanted Furnished Cot
tage. FAMILY of threo adults,
tourists: wishes to rrnt
a Cottage of about six rooms,
cumphtt'ly furnished for about wo
nion.hs. Good care will be taken of
llie fiiiuituru and prompt payment of
n'lit made. Apulv at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
!S3 lw Cor. Fort & .Merchant stroots.
AS I intend leaving tho Kingdom for
several months per steamer Zea.
landin, tho 23rd of September, I hereby
request that all hills due me be paid
bufoie the 12th of next month, otherwise
they will be placed in the hands of a
collector without further notice.
MRS. A. M. MELLIS,
17 Fmmu street.
Honolulu, August 28, 16SH. U2 lw
AssiHtaut Bookkeeper and
A YOUNG man of irrcproncliablo
clmrncter aud habits, willing to
commence nt a nioilcrutu biiliuy which
will lm jiieinu-e i icuording to value of
his services A .dn ss 1. O. Uox No. 351,
Honolulu luting age, experience,
salary requirul uml reJerencee. Noiut
other noticed. U0 0l
AT the nilJDiii' ctl iinmiul meeting of
" the Hiiniehohlerii of the Olowalu
Company held on August JOili, ihu fill.
lowing gentlemen weio duly i lecteil to
serve us otllceis for the ensuing year,
AV. O. Irwin President,
D. It. Vida Vice President,
W. M. Gill'aid Treasurer,
O. O. Merger... ftcrciturv A' Mnlitor.
c. o. ih:koku,
Honolulu, August S!l, IS -8. 32 lw
NOTICE of ASSIGNMENT.
DANIEL Mi Kenzii), of Honolulu,
Oihu, lnvi t; this day mudu an
assignment to F M. Swnn.y, all persons
having a iv Hiilnm against tho said
Diultl M Kenzie me h'-rehv untitled to
present the Mime V the undersigned tit
tho ollloo ot Theo II 1) ivies ifc Co.
within to month', in m this dale, and
all peihons iniluliied to the bald Daniel
McKenzio are reiiie-led to niiiko iniiiio.
diiilu payment to ihu underpinned.
F. M. SWANZY,
' Assigneo of 1). Mclveuie.
Honolulu, August 25, 18H. ,0 3t
Sanders' Baggage Express Co.
M. N. SANDERS, ( ,,,,
F. I. CUTTER, Proprietors.
Ofllce, 81 King strict, Telephouo No 80.
ltesideuie leleplioiio No L'OJ.
CSmi'l JdxprcHHlniS't IJi-JiyliiK
Pi ii no mid Furniture moving u specially.
Wagons meet all Incoming steamers.
Grand Reduction for 60 Days Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my doparturo for San Francisco and the Eastern Stated I have decided to hold a Grand Clearing Sale for (50 Days in order to mako room for
new importations. I call attention to the general publio that prices were never reduced so low and exceptionally fluking bargains are offered ia every
Immense Reduction in Out Domestic Department,
Blankots, Bedspreads, Table Damasks, Towels, Comforters, Prints, White & lirown Cotton, Sheetings iu all widths, etc., etc., otc, etc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
30 in. I3ati8le, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12Jc. per yard ; 20 pes. Whito Pique, at OJc. per yard ; 3(5 in. French Percale, reduced to 12 Jc.; 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, "White Dress Goods, Nninsock, Seersuckers, Cheviots, Saline Brocades, Cltanihray Honm Suiting, Cambrics and a grsnt assort
ment of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING KEDUCTION 10 pes. Jot Black Ilenrictte Cloth, extra fluidity thuible width, red. from $1.50 to $1.00 a yard
Great Reduction in Gassimeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 40c. a yard.
PARASOL Our entire stock of Parasol less than manufacturer's cost. Particular attention is called to our Lndii-s', Misses' it Childicns' Muslin Under
wear which aro offered at a great sacrifice. Ladies' Berlin Wool Knitted Shawls, iedud nt half price, (lioat Bargains in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
mense Reduction in Misses' & Childrcns' Dresses, Bonnets it Laco Caps. Ladies' Knitted Underwear; Tidies' Heavy Merino, full finished vests, red. from
$2 to $1 ; Ladies' India Gauze, full finished vest, red. fiom $1 to 05c; a full hue of Lulies' India Gauze Vest, red. from 75 to 50c. Special attention is
called to our
Eiiroiries, Oriental Laces, Tircloi Laces, Coloml Eiroileries, ill lie solfl at lie Cost !
Special salo Oriental Laco, in holoku length, 50c. yard; 20 pes. Oriental Lace, red. to 5c. yard worth 15c; -10 pes. Oriental Lace, red. 10c. yrd. worth 20c
SSlioe Department; ! Slioe Department ! laoc Department !
Our French Kid Button Shoe, hand sowed, red. fiom $0.50 to $5.50; French Kid Button Shoo, best value, red. from !?." to $1; French Kid Button Shoe, a.
beauty, red. fiom if 5.50 to $4.50: Childrens' French Kid Button Shoe, red. from $2 to $1.50, sizes 3-0; Ladies' Bl.iek Silk Hose, red. to $1 a pair, valuo $1.50
Immense Muctioa i Laflies Corsets & Boys' ffliite Sliirts, Boy's Knee Paits, retail to 50c.
3SP Anybody in search of Bargains should call first at the Temple of Fashion before purchasing Goods, wo guarantoo you will save money. During
our Salo all Goods sold "C. O. D." Aug. Mm
yrit. J. M. Camara, Jr., is authorized
JL.tJL to collect for our account. Spe
cl il attention given to Portuguese out
standings. J. E. BROWN & CO.,
15 tf 2a Merchant strtet.
ClUSTO MBHS liuving our Soda Water
' or Luiinniidu Bottle (empty) on
lrmil w-ll gieally ntilige bv iiotiij ing
us by lelcplii no or o In-iwHe, and they
will at niii-c lm KMit fi.r. itfjiili-hrctuiiit.il
longer tt'an one month will he clmigi-d
for. Telephone-: Hell. 17:2; Mutual, BbO.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Proprietors, Tahiti Lumouadc Works.
Ex. C. RJishop"
Jonkceping's Swedish Safety Matches,
Westphalia Hams, &c, &c.
von wai.i: y
H. HACKFELD & CO.
IN VARIED SIZES & DESIGN.
Just opened at
Lewers & Cooke's.
PER BARK C. R. BISHOP"
An Assorted Cargo of
In every linu
And For Sale at Lowest Rates by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
The Clipper Bark
Willi lloalB, Anchor. Chains, Sail,
etc. Well. found In all respects ami
ready for immediate despatch.
tSTFor further particulars apply to
Wing Wo Chan & Co., Agent.
1111 Nuuanu street, Honolulu. Itf
For San Francisco !
The New and Flno American
: : A. IE. Paul.
Will sail for tho above port ore or about
CSf'Onhln accommodations superior.
For ft eights or passage apply Uo
F. A. BCHAEFER & CO.,
3 tf -Agents.
Xoticti under this head are charged in cents
per line for the first insertion, and 5 cents per line
every additional insertion,
INEST BRANDS OF CALI
foruia Port, Madeira aud Malaga,
for sale in kegs and cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
INVENTORY SALE !
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordorcd
Handkeichiefs . .fiOcpcrdo.
8 1 do. Ladies' unbleached Ualhri
uan Hose, silk clockco and full
lininht'd at. 2fic
Gents' white linen .Shirts, linen bo-
bonis and cull's $1
220 doz Oents' full linMi Unlbrigan.
Unilershiits, cither long or shoit
sleeves, all M.es. ... -IfSc each
Gonts' whito cotton Undershirts .
Gouts' full liuitdicd silk clockctl
Hose.' $2.25 per do.
A very large Stock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gonts' linen Collars (standing.
A full liuil of all wool Ovfishiils
and all wool Undoishiits from
Gonts' lino I'ajaina Suits fiom
170 doz Children's eoloied Hose.
10c pr pair
Fino Turkish Hath Towels
11 for COo
Linen hand-mado Tides
Black Silk stripe Grenadine
20c per yard
Ladies' Jersey Waists from
Misses' and Childicu'ti IIomj, full
finish and Silk Clockctl iu pink
and blue, from size -1 to 8, at .
25c per pair
We have made a REDUCTION In all
Ponieinher this is our last week
GREAT INVfiioRY SALE
CHAS. J. F1SHEL.,
The Leading Millinery Houto.
Corner ot Fort & Hotel streets.
Have the Largest Vaiioty and Host Stock of
rt "" m
535" Ever exhibited in this
Furniture of every description for Parlor, Bedroom,
Dining-room, Library & Veranda.
They have the
S3 Chaiis from 75 cents to ijiriO
v TujTjnufrnrtcwnl m inti fit fKunn fnrvrftnAMwMrajjjVvjjjTJw jjv
Furniture Eeupholstered !
Mattrasses made to order !
C0RNSCE POLES & PICTURE FRAMES
.Made in all Styles and Prices to Hint everybody.
Sold on the
79 & 81 Hue Street, -
Every description or woik iu tho abovo Hues porforined in a nrst-cl us mtnuor,
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
tSrlk-U Telonhoue, 107-a (mrh l-SS-lyj csrllell Tolim.. no, 167"I
Best Assortment of
of oveiy description und price.
k Furniture !
Im - talnient Plan.
f"J7 Carringo Building,
m(m m . ...,.
- - - oil Rose Premises.