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, Hui:j:au or Customs, )
Honolulu, Soj.t. 7, 1888. J
Prom and uftor tho 1st day of
September, 1888, the stoingo on
spirits imported into this Kingdom
for sxportation will ho lcdtteed to i
cent a gallon per month.
A. S. CLEGHORN,
V. L. Giieun,
Minister of Finance.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
JSaulc oi Culilox'xiia, H. JP.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydnoy,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealnnd: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torin, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact? & Geaeral Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Sut established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 8, 1888.
A SINGULAR SPECTACLE.
The Hawaiian Legislature lias re
cently presented the singular spec
tacle of Cabinet Ministers speaking
and voting on opposite sides of the
most important question that lias
come up at this session the pro
posed Constitutional Amendment.
AVc doubt if a parallel can be found
elsewhere, where forms of Govern
ment somewhat similar to our own
obtain. Divisions among ,Ministcrs
on private hills ot a comparatively
unimportant nature arc not uncom
mon ; but a division of Ministers on
a question so vital as an important
change in the fundamental law
would lead to a reconstruction or
resignation of the Cabinet. To be
sure, the measure did not emanate
from a Minister, but such was its
nature that one would have thought
the Ministers would have been a
unit cither in defence thereof or op
THE MALCONTENT HAS
BEST OF IT.
The removal of the elevation on
King street, at Leleo, proceeds.
The formation being almost entirely
coral, tho progress is necessarily
slow. It has to be loosened by
blasting before the pickaxe and
shovel are of any service. A steam
drill is at work, and greatly expe
dites blasting operations. The Por
tuguese workmen, who have super
seded the prisoners, make a very
much better showing for a day's
woik than did the latter. The un
dertaking is, no doubt, being car
ried out in accordance with the plan
furnished. So much for those who
are doing tho work.
In the meantime, the people Viho
live on either side of the road where
the cutting is being made mutter
imprecations on the civil engineer
ing which places their property far
above the highway and difllcult of
access therefrom ; while the thought
ful tax-payer wants to know, why so
large an expenditure for so small a
benefit? The cynical "malcontent"
comes along and caps the climax b'
observing: "This is the most mag
nificent monument of iucompotent
civil engineering the district of Ho
nolulu can boast of, and it can
boast of many. A man who knows
no method of grading a road hut
leveling a hill had better go back to
school," and the malcontent has the
best of it.
A CHARGE OF BRIBERY.
Our Legislative report of this
roorning'H procecuings contains a
"surprise note." A charge of bri
bery was preferred against two
members of the Assembly, and a
committee was appointed to investi
gate the matter. It is premature to
express an opinion at this stage,
other than to stato that tho Attorney-General
has done his duty in
tho premises, in bringing tho matter
forward in tho way ho did. Un
doubtedly thero is eoino ground
for tho charge, or it would not have
been made, Facts and particulars
were not presented to the House,
nml it wits not necessary Hint they
should have been at the pre
sent stage. These have to
be dealt with by the com
mittee beforo they arc made known
to the Assembly. Tho charge is
one of unuiunt gravity, and tho
committee is rnlrustcd with an usu
ally grave responsibility. The com
mittee is cxpiThd to do its duty
faiily and fauilcssly, and the House
to do likewise by the committee's
finding. If the charge i proved to
be unfounded, of course,lhe accused
will bo exonerated ; but if found
guilty, the severest possible punish
ment can alone meet tlie case.
Bribery in the Legislative body of
the nation must not bo winked at:
it must bo snt upon heavily, by the
Legislature and tho country.
SGrii Dat Sept. 8th.
House met at 10 a. m., President
W. 1?. Castle in tho chair. Roll
called and absentees noted.
nnrouTS of committees.
Rep. F. Brown reported the bal
ance of the special committee's re
port on the leper settlement as print
ed. Minister Thurston reported two
bills presented to His Majesty for
Noble Smith asked permission to
give notice of and introduce a. short
bill in connection with the "Para
dise of the Pacific." The title of
the bill is An Act to authorize the
Minister ef-thc Interior to remit tho
postage on the newspaper called the
"Paradise of the Pacific."
Rep. Pachaole thought one of the
Ministers ought to introduce the
Permission was granted and notice
given of the bill.
sumous chakgks against two
Minister Ashford presented the
The undersigned Clarence V.
Ashford, Attorney-General of the
Kingdom, hereby alleges and
charges that two members of this
honorable House, to wit, the lion.
A. Kauhi, Representative for the
District of Ewa and AVaianae, and
Hon. G. 1'. Kamauoha, Representa
tive for the District of South Kona,
have been, during the week last
past, while such members of this
honorable House, and while attend
ing its session and sitting and vot
ing tlicrein,.guilty of the offence ol
accepting bribes to influence their
respective votes up.on mcasuies
pending before this House, to wit,
upon the proposed Constitutional
Amendment in reference to Chinese,
which was voted upon, and indefi
nitely postponed by this House, on
"Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1888; and also
that said A. Kauhi and G. P. Kamau
oha were, during tho time aforesaid,
while such members of this House
as aforesaid, guilty of the offence of
bribing and attempting to bribe
other members of this House, and of
promising and paying money to
other members of this House to in
fluence the votes of such other
members upon the proposed Consti
tutional amendment aforesaid, and
in consideration of the votes of such
other members upon said measure
as aforesaid. Be it therefore
Resolved, that a select committee
of this House be appointed to investi
gate the above charge and all matters
incident theieto, and that such com
mittee when appointed, shall be in
vested with and possess full power
and authority to send for peisons
and papers in aid of such investiga
tion and to examine such persons
upon or oath otherwise, and that said
committee arc hereby directed to
report with all convenient speed,
their findings of facts therein, to
gether with airy recommendations
they shall think fit to make in the
Ceauence W. Asmoitn.
Sept. 8, 1888.
Noble Smith moved the resolu
tion be adopted. No more serious
charge could bo brought against a
member of the house.
Minister Ashford said the resolu
tion had been brought in late in tho
session for the reason that the acts
were late. He was fully sensible of
the gravity of this ofienoe.
Rep. Kamauoha was somewhat
surprised at tho resolution. Ho had
opposed the Constitutional amend
ment from the beginning, and 'sd
had other members and also one of
the members of tho Cabinet. It
looked as if he and Hop. Kauhi had
been selected on the charge of at
tempting to bribe. Ho was perfectly
willing to have the House investigate
if it sees fit.
Rep. Pachaole moved tho resolu
tion bo translated, printed and laid
befbro the House so that the mem
bers could peruse it.
Noble Young thought it would
only prolonging the session by hav
ing it printed. He was in favor of
udopting lio resolution. .
Noble Smith amended his motion
by moving Unit the resolution bo
adopted, thereafter translated and'
The motion canicd and the Presi
dent appointed the following com
mittee: Nobles W. O. Smith, D. II.
Hitchcock and G. II. Dole, Reps.
Kauhaue awl A. S. Wilcox.
Vohlo HttehcOck offered the i6
Resolved, that the census cominis
sdmi aro hereby authorized to pro
cuie such books, rcpoits, stationery
and other material necessary in the
prosecution of their work not to ex
ceed the amount of 2fi0 and that
this amount he inserted in the Ap
piopi'hilion Bill. Adopted.
Thiid rending of an Act to con
cy a certain piece of land to trus
tees for benevolent purposes. Pass
ed. Noble Smith, on suspension of the
rules, rend a fii-3t time An Act to
nuthomc the Minister of the In
terior to remit the postage on the
"Paradise of the Pacific."
The bill was rend a second time
by title, passed to engrossment to
be read a third time on Monday.
At 11:17 tho House adjourned to
10 o'clock Monday morning.
M. C. A. Gospel Praise Service
30 l. m. Come and bring a friend
Cnuncii. llev. J.
Services at 11 a. in.
Kawaiahao Chumcii. Rev. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. M. Trenching at 11 A. M.
Seventh Day Anvr.NTisT Mission
Hai.l service at 7:30 p. m.
Mormon Ciiuncii. Services in Ha
waiian at 10 a. si. Services In English
will he held at 2:00 r.M. All arc In
vited. Queen Emma Halt,. Gospel and
song .service for llawaiinns who speak
English at at!! i i. G6od singing.
Short talks. Everybody welcome.
Japanese Snnvicn : Gospel and
Son;; Services at 11 a.m.; Bible Class
7 :30 l'. m., In the Japanese Y. M. C. A.
Room, Queen Emma Hall, corner of
IK-retnniu and Niiuanu streets.
Centiiai. Union Cnuitcii. Rev. E.
G.lleekwlth. D. D., pastor. Sunday
school and Bible clas at 0:-15 a. m.
Seivlccs at 11 a. m., and 7:30 r. m.
The pastor has returned from his va
cation and will resume his Sabbath ser
Subject of morning discourse: The
Complaint of Modern Doubt. Subject
of evening discourse : Common Sense in
Roman Catholic Cathkukai,.
(! and 7 A. ar., low mass with Holy Com
munion. Seivlccs in English at 7 a.
u.i and at 10 A. si., high mass, with
sermon cither In Hawaiian or Portu
guese, alternating according to the
tluce principal diltereut nationalities of
(lie church; 2 v. si., rosary and cate
tisin; 1:30 p. si., instruction and bene
diction of the Blc-sud Sacrament.
Chinese Cnuitcii. Fort street, near
corner lScrcluuIa. Mr. Kong Sluii Kce
evangelist. Cliluc-c Sunday t-ehool,
0:30 A. si. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 v. si. Preaching 11
A. si. and 7:30 l'. si. Bible class in
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, G:'.!0 v. si.
St. Animii:w'& Cathedrae. First
uoiijriogalion will have service at(i:30
and 'J:.'!U a. m.
Hawaiian I'vcnsong at 3:30 p. m.
Evening prayer with seiniou at (i
o'clock p. in.
t-ecoud Congregation Rev. Geo.
Wallace, pastor. Services on Sunday:
Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a.
in. Evening prayer and sermon at 7:!!0
Holy Communion on the First Sunday
of the month at 11:15 a. m.
Divine Sciviec on Wednesdays at 7:30
Chinese Congiegatiou, Rev. II. H.
Uowen in charge. Morning prayer,
with sermon, at 11:13 a. si. Sunday
school at 10 a. si. Evening prayer, with
seiinou, at 7:30 p. si. '
VN Friday, a small oval Gold Quartz
s btuu. p'ludcr will oblige by leav.
ing it ut air.
iIIE annual meeting of tho btock
. holders of tho llilo Sugar Co. will
Ulo place ut tho oHlcc
of W. G. Irwiu
i5 UO. On JUUJNJJAX,
10 a. si. W. M
tho Hlh in st, at
rpHE annual meeting of tho stock.
X holders of tho Hutchinson Planta.
lion Co. will take plnco nt iho olllce of
W. G. Irwin Si Co. on MONDAY, the
flth Inst., at 11 a. si.
W. M. GIFFARD,
33 2t Stcretuiy.
A SITUATION as Night Watchman.
Apply ut this office. 37 8t
TVtflfirt Ti ulo i onc-n
JYJL and Kindergarten on MONDAY,
MR. Geo. L. llubcock will rcsumo his
Piano Lessons on WKDNEbDAY.
Miiumucr 12th. Kesideuce, No. 13
Kmiiia ulrect. Mutual Telephone, No.
321. 8 lw
TY oillco will be closed from Beptrm.
1VL ber 82nd to October 27th, during
my ubsenco from tho Kingdom.
3L E. GROSSMAN,
30 tf Dentibt, OB Hotel st.
MR. J. M. Camaia, Jr., Is authorized
to collect for our account. Spc
elul attention given to Portuguese out.
;j. E. BROWN & CO.,
75 if 28 Mcichunt street.
DUIUNG my ubsenco from the King,
dom tho Hon. W. J Allen will
act for mo under u full power of attor.
uoy in all prlutu matters, and also in
all estates lu which I nm assignee or
agent. W. C. PARKE.
Honolulu, August 25, 1869. 20 2m
M.....,M...,.L.....u,.)!tf iUm.. mJ-h.cw,., .. ,MiMii,tifw.wwwiwwaiPM
Auction Salo by James F. Morgan.
Postponement of Sale,
npIIE Assignee's Salo nt 'ho store of
JL I). MoKenzIo & Ci hai lico'i post
poncd to MONDAY, September lOili,
at 10 o'clock A. M.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
11 It Auctioneer.
Bm PORT A NT
lly order of Mr. L B. Ken, 1 will sell
at Public Auction, at my Sales-
loom, Qucon strcc',
On Wednesday & Thursday,
September 12th & 18th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31. EACH BAY,
A largo and varied assortment of
XMEfcY GOODS !
Fancy Neckties & Scarfs,
' While & Hrown Collons,
Fancy Prints, Victoria Lawns,
Lace Cm tins, Hugs,
Silks and Satins, all colors.
Also a very large assortment of
Of new and varied patterns, just re
ceived from England, compilsing
Worsted Coatings !
Tweeds, Bioad Cloth, Diagonals,
Fancy Suitings, Serges,
ITALIAN CLOTHS, ETC., ETC.
And a large assortment of
Single Snit & Pant Patterns.
BQJThese Goods am all new Importa
tions and will bo sold 'without ri-survi-.
Goods will be on u.hibilftn on Monday
TJi21t.I A.T SA.Ij33.
JAS. F. MOHGAN,
lortpgeeJotice of Sale.
BY order of Mr. C. Holtc, assignee of
a mortgagee made hy Antone
Francisco Ylcrra to Manuel Uant'stc,
daiecl Nov. 15, 1887, and recorded in
labor 108, on pages U8(5 and I1S7, 1 will
sell nt Public Auction
On Saturday, Sept. 15, '88,
AT 11 O'OLOOK SOOX.
At my alrsrooin, Quoen slu-el, all the
properly included in
said mortgage, us
A Lease of 102 Acres of Land
A-t Manou Vulley.
On the Land arc 7 Taro Patches, with
glowing Tato, pait of it neatly rirc.
Also alio t 2,000 Banana Trees, about
40 hunches uady to bo cut tor next
On the Land are 2 Good Houses with
Cam anil Out-Houses.
A good an earn of wuter inns through
The purchaser has the light to cut
Fhowood for sale. j of tl;oLandis
subleased at 8'J per annum.
And at i
I will sell at the
About SO Head of Cattle
Including some very fine
About 5 Horses,
1 Farm "Wagon.
. 1 Sot of Harness,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
gSTFor further particulars apply to
O. IJoltc, Esq, or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
41 3t Auctioneer.
MRS. M. B. CAMPBELL,
XreHHimvlcliiK, &. S:o.
lias commenced tho business of Dress,
making, Cutting and Fitting, at her resi
dence, No. 78 Bcrctania street, opposite
the Hotel. The patronage of the ladies
is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction
The undersigned culls the attention of
tho public to
New Lines of G-oods
Just received ex lato arrivals,
Hawaiian, American & English Flags,
JIuho Hull fioodH, SovelH,
Bound Story Books
A complete lino of
Plain and Fancy Stationery 1
Together with ovcryihinir to lie found In
a well-appointed stationery store.
(-INSPECTION IS INVITED-TBB
A. M. HEWETT,
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL tJ coltunns, purely locul matter
Mailed t-j forcigu countries, $5 per
Si. Louis' College.
Boarding & Day School for Boys
The course of Instruction embraces
all tho branches'! r ' a good Chiistlnn mid
Latin, Greek, French and German ate
optional studies. Theio are no extra
r.hnrgc for these branches.
For admission, ccitlllcatcs of good
moral character and of health aro re
quired of every pupil.
For Day Scholars, COo, 75c, $1, $1.50
per mouth, according to class.
Children whose parents are in cir
cumstances which preclude tho ability
to pay tho full fee will bo admitted at
reduced fates, and whero It can be
shown that thoy ate not In a position to
pay at all, no charge will be made.
The Hoarding Department consists of
two distinct classes of pupils.
Beard and Tuition, 1st Class, 150 per
Board and Tuition, 2nd Class, 075 per
Music on Violin, 1'iano, Flute and
Clarionet, $0 per month.
Vocal Music and Drawing fico of
Laundry Expenses, $3 per mouth.
JloJlcnl Attendance forms cxlin
chin gc. Also, rcrairs of all kinds.
Books and Stationery at current rates.
Payments must he made quarterly
(ever Wz months) and In advance.
Ever Itoardur must be provided with
Bedclothes, a Jlattrcss, 2 Night Gowns,
several Suits of Clothing for Sundays
and week days, 0 Shirts, 0 Pocket Hand,
kerchiefs, 'A Fairs of Stockings, Collars
and Tic?, 3 Fairs of Shoes, and articles
for toilet. Tho Collego Uniform is
obligatory for Boarders.
The Boarders that liavo given satis
faction by their good conduct and ap.
plication to studies may spend the first
Saturday of cery month with their
pin cuts or guardians if called for by
A quarterly report of the health, con.
duct and improvement of every Boarder
will he sent to his parents or guardians.
The session commences this year on
Monday, September 17, 1888.
BSJTFor further particulars apply to
the Piincipal of the School,
or to REV. FATHER LEONOR.
Puliation Preparatory School.
IIONOLUIiTJ, XI. I.
Fall Terms opens Monday, Sept. 10, '88
The faculty at Oahu Collego will be
constituted as follows:
Itcv. W. C. Merritt, A. B., Yale Col.
lege President Mental and Moral
Prof. A. IJ. Lyons, A. M., M. D . Wil.
Hums' College Chemistry and Natural
Itcv. A. D. BIssell, A. B., Amherst
College Instrumental & Vocal Music.
Miss M. Ella Bpooner, Mt. Holyoko
Beinlnary Latin & English Literal uie.
Miss II. E. Cusbman, A. B Oberlin
College Greek, Mathematics and Rhe
toric. Mrs. L. D. Pinney French, Mathe
matics and English.
These are all successful teachers who
have had experience in their respective
Tho faculty at tho Punahou Prepara
tory School will consist of tho following
well known successful teachers:
Miss N. J. Mnlonc Principal 1st
and 2nd Grades.
Miss Margaret Brewer 3rd and 4th
Miss E. B, Snow-nth and Oth Grades.
Miss Helen S. Chamberlain 7th and
The Boarding Department will bo
under the samn management as hereto,
fore, and the Trustees are confident that
It oilers better privileges as a school
homo than can ho obtained elsewhere
for the bnmc inoucy.
It is desired that early application
should be mndo for all Intending to
enter either school. 00 tf
PITT & SCOTT'S
Uenornl Nhlppltig Agency and For
eign I'ai-culM Kxprext).
Chic! Office, 23 Cannon St., London, E. C
Goods, Parcels, Baggage, Etc, Etc,
Forwarded to nnd from all parts of
O. O. D. amounts of invoices collected
in any country.
WTnrln of Jtntca on Application's
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
00 38 Merchant Street. tf
C$ : o : CD
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fcO : oa S "3
tSi ' cc v. o
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ca "S P BUS ff
230 : S - & Wet itf
w 8 - : e
$ ;B w ; pi
W :. 3
Jean, NaM, Linn, Caiiiiiiil anil Mitti.
$eF"Something Now and Suitable for this Olinintc. g&
On Account of H
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush & Lcnthcr; Bisque, Glass t Parian
Marine Glasses, Telescopes,
Mujsie Boxes, Toys
things too numerous to mention.
Goods will bo offered at the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
g0f The above Goods arc New,
been imported ex recent arrivals and
EC OJPEll" 3EV"E:iIT3-S s
IOC Fort Street, I-loiiolulii.
tST BARGAINS 1J New
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
SHBLF-HABDW ASE, PLOWS k GI'L IERGHANDISE.
Novelties mid JTaixcy Goods, In Hinvfire "Vux-ioty.
at tho Buu.kiik Otllce.
SORREL Horse, C
years old, about
hands hiirh. with
3k scar across left Hank cut-
ting his shi-alh; pacer. Five dollars
leward will be paid for his return to
9 tf J. W. WINTER.
A COTTAGE of 7 rooms,
situated on King street,
i just beyond Thomas Square.
Artesinn water, stabling and every con
venience. Apply to
39 lm At Hall & Son's.
FOR SALE or LET
THE House and Lot on
Bcictanla street next to
Mr. John Ena's on tho west;
large lot runs from Bcrctania to Young
street. Houso contains parlor, dining
room, three largo bedrooms, kitchen
bath-room and out-hnuses. Inquire of
01 tf UV. O. WILDER.
BRICK STORE on Nuuaim
street, lilted with shclv-
counters, etc., next to
Nowlcin's corner. Rent very moderate.
Apply to J. E. BROWN & CO.,
25 tf 28 Merchant street.
A HOUSE on School street
near tho wooden bridge,
containing live rooms, besides
billiard-room, bathroom, kitchen and
pautiy. Also carriage houso and stables
for two horses. Apply to
E. W. JORDAN,
At Waterhouso's Fort-street Store.
Cottage To Lot.
CONTAINING parlor, four
kitchen, pantry, bathroom,
largo veraiula-rooin and out-houses, with
nice garden, lawn, shade trees and Ja
acre of lund in good location. Rent '2o
tier month and water tax.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
37 6t Cor. Fort & Merchant streets.
THE DAILY BULLETIN is alive
JL evening paper. 60 cents per month.
28 - 88 lm
& FANCY GOODS
"Wnrc, Opera &
All the above
Ere'sh and of the Latest Design, having
were selected expressly for the trade.
Lino of BST BARGAINS
HPWO Monkeys, male and
X female, perfect pets. AIeo
a Talking Parrot, (green).
Apply to W. S. LUCE.
WING to departure
from the Kingdom
a lady is desirous of dls -posing
of her Carriage,
Cuniago Horse nnd Milch Cows. Apply
at tho Hawaiian 'Hotel btablcs. 38 lw
Received ex S. S. Austrolia-a full
HAY'S 3I0P ALE.
Ilay'M Aerated Hop Ale (Non
Intoxicating) William Hay, Hull.
"This is an excellent Non-Alcohollc
Beverage, which probably approaches
as near to Beer as is possible, without
the presence of alcohol. Our analysis
showed the presence of the bitter prin
ciple of the Hop In perfect solution."
Tho Lancet. 0
"It is a nearer approach to Bass's or
Allsopp's Ale than any non-intoxicants
preceding il. Has the Hop Tuste pf
Bitter Beer, and Is a pleasant appotlslng
drink." Euslcrn Morning News.
"Mr. Hay's experiments on Hops have
resulted in the pioductiou of a beautiful
essence, which deserves to rank as quite
a pharmaceutical triumph. It mixes
perfectly with wntcr, and iins a line Hop
Aroma. 1I( Ale mndo fioni this
ebbencu has, tho Hop Flavor, all
the Inight appeaianco of Champagne.
It fiotliB lcimtrkably, is a very agreeable
drink, and suitable cither lor summer
or winter." The Chemist & Diuggist.
"A beautiful essence, lias a fino Hop
Aroma, and Is quite a pharmaceutical
triumph "The Chemist & Diuggist.
"IIuy'H Hop Ale. This is nn ex.
cedent non-alcoholic hcverugo." Tho
"Has tho Hop Tuste of Bitter Beer,
und is a nearer approach to Bass or
Allsopp's Alo than any non.intoxlcants
preceding it." Eastern Morning News.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
28J 28 Merchant Street. 2w
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise in tho Daily Buiximw.