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BSrS Ira w Hate hi groat variuty,
13inbroidoryUbenIIIc, Arraseuo, Rib
boscne, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades ai the
rho Aroado EGAN k CO.
CSrGonts Flna Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods, Hats, Shoos, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to the Leaders of
Cheap Prices, the Aucaui:.
STAt the AitCAbn vnu tn hilv
Tff 18 PS
Leader of Low Prices,
JUlH)o not fait lo onll at tho
Aiicadk nud examine the Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits at re
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THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1888.
hnrk Omen, Cunt W An
thony, .12 days from Xcwoftt1c, X
ilktiic Morning Star foi the South Sea
Stmr .las Mukco for Knnaii at 5 m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Htmr C K Ulshop for Wtihuuiu, Wnlnluii
and Ivoolau at ti n in
From a circuit of Oaliu, pur steamer
Clt Ulshop, July 11 A Hustings, II
Brag, and l deck.
For South Sea Islands, per bni-kcutlne
.Morning Star, .Inly 12-M.iss Alice hlt
tlc, Albert Snolliiiy, V and Mrs Million,
Mr and Mrs Wilson, T Xukookoo and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr 0 It BMiop 1,100 bags paddy, '200
The four-mnted b.irk Omca, Captain
Anthony, which ai rived this forenoon.
12 days from Xcwc.istlc, N S W, brought
1007 tons of coal for Allen & Itoblusou.
On .Tunc 13. at Palace Ilotol, San
FranuUco, by Bev. . B. l'itlado, llarr
L. Fraser and AiissE. Monroe, both of
L0GAL & general mews.'
Mil. Max Eckart lias u new adver
tisement in to-day'ts issue.
. . .
Ai'Ti:it Saturday the water rates
will be delinquent.
A lady's handbag has been lost.
A rewaid will bo paid for its recov
ery. A large and commodious house
adjoining Mr. John Ena's premises,
is for rent.
Mns. Amy Crocker and party wero
photographed in a group this morn
ing. Mr. Lopez is having a new house
put up at the comer of King and
Mr. .Tas. "Williams has been ecr
iously ill for the past several day
with intlumation of bowels.
No drill of Co. A of Honolulu
Rifles this evening, on account of the
armory not being in reudinets.
The bill to abolish tho office of
Governor passed its third reading in
the House to-day by a vote of 33 to
Tun keystone of the new Ferry
block, corner of Nnuiinu and Hotel
streets, contains the eo.il-of-arnis of
Ik tho case of the King vs. V. V.
Ashford and Mrs. Elmir.i Kahnna
nui, in the Police Court this morn
ing, a plea of guilty was entered and
the usual fine imposed.
Pouch: Officers discovered a fire in
a room where Chinese live, on Chap
lain street, at about 3 :15 o'clock this
morning. Though the room was all
ablaze when the fire was discovered,
the llameh weio extinguished by the
police without tho aid of the fire de
partment. Two persons, without permission,
took Messrs. Uaird and Whitney's
yacht Nellie for a sail at dusk last
evening, and got onto the reef on tho
Waikiki side of the harbor. Tho
yacht is there yet and stands every
show of becoming a total wreck.
Thk taking of tho names and ad
dresses for tho Honolulu Business
Directory is now well advanced. A
valuable featuro in tho arrangement
of this work, will be a street directory
showing the street intersections and
all tho names of occupants in rota
tion, so that tho exact placo of busi
ness or residenco of every resident
can bo known by reference to tho
hook. Independently of tho btreet
directory, thero will ulso bo an alpha
betical arrangement of all the names,
callings, and residences of tho Hono
The following persons arc booked
to leavo by tho S. S. Australia on
July 31st, for San Francisco: J. A.
Scott, T. II. Foster and wife, Mrs.
Knudsen, the Misses Knudson (2),
the Misses Kggers (2), Mrs. S. G.
Wilder and family, G. 13. Uoardman
and wife, Arthur Urown, Horace
Hall, J. F. Brown, Mrs. Dudoit,
Miss Corney, Mrs. 13. 13. Faycr
weather and 2 children, Miss Annie
Walker, Miss L. Urickwood, Miss
Maggie Walker, Mrs. Capt. Brown,
Miss N. Brown, Win. Foster and
wife, Miss 1$. 1'urlce, Miss Mooar,
Miss Stuart, Miss llerwin, II. J,
Agnew, wife and child, Mrs. Amy
Crocker and maid, Miss Bender,
Miss Crouch, 11. Gillie, Mrs. M. L.
Hall, A. W. Fierce and wife, Mrs.
Ripley, Mrs. Cressnp and child, Mrs.
II. Berger and children, Thco. 13.
Smith, Win. Savidgo.
THE WEEKLBULLET IN
lsluud bubbci Iptlon, 1 pur annum,
EVENTS THIS EVEIIING.
St. Andrew's Church Association
will meet at tho residenco of Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh, at 7:30 o'clock.
Public hand concert at tho Ha
waiian Hotel, at 7 :30 o'clock. The
premises will bo lighted with electric
Meeting of Hawaiian Social Club,
at 7:30 p. m.
Meeting of the Debating Society
in hall of Oaliu Lodge K. of P. at
Annual meeting of the Fire Police
at 7:30 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
I1V .1. F. MOUO.VN.
At the "Villa Premises," Fort
street, at 10 a. in., all tho furniture
and fixtures of the place,
nr l. j. Lr.vr.v.
At 10 o'clock a. m., regular cash
At his salesroom at 12 noon, 000
sacks of grain and 100 bales of hay.
. PUBLIC COTlCERL
The band will play this evening,
on the grounds of the Hawaiian
Hotel. Commence at 7:30. Fol
lowing is the programme :
Overture Poet and Peasant Suppc
March Tannhausui Wanner
Waltz Vienna Blood Strauss
Selection Urniid Diielws.... Offenbach
AM ela Ala Hlki me Ipo Baiue.
Selection Patience Sullivan
Ballad La Palonui luv s
Waltz M organblatter Strauss
Quadrille lion Jour Zikuff
MY ONLY SHIRT CONE.
Eihtoii Bullhtik: May I ask
your aid and sympathy; your aid in
bringing to the notice of the Legis
latuic that green pond in front of
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlanc & Co.,
and your sympathy in my loss of
my best shirt, bespattered by the
mud of that vile pond bj' horses
swimming there. You may say I
had no business to be iishing about
there and that my shirt will wash.
The fact is, it is impossible to get to
Nolte's altogether by water. As to
washing, yes, but when the China
man gets through with his chemical
compounds on that shirt, tho bill
will be for rags and ray only shirt
gone. " B.
Editor Bui.lutik: In connec
tion with the proposed abolition of
the passport system, let me offer a
suggestion in tho interest of "the
Let us have the law as proposed
no one can deny that it is good
in itself; but make it not to take
effect until one year after date of
This would remove its objection
able feature, by giving people time
to prepare for its working.
1 believe you will agree with me
that this would be a reasonable con
cession, especially at the present
time, when business is at such a low
ebb and tradesmen so ill able to
afford losses. Biz.
To be sure an Act of this nature
should not come into operation im
mediately on passage. A reason
able time should be allowed before
it comes into force. En.
Mystic Lodge K. of P. held a
meeting last evening, and an instal
lation of olllccrs. The lodge is in
splendid condition, and has 81200
in the sick fund. Flic endowment
rank has been established and 13
members have been insured to the
amount of S28,000. David Dayton,
D. D. C, was the installing oflicer.
Following is the order of installa
Tuos..O'Biicn, P. C.
M. N. Kennedy, C. C.
F. Waldron, V. C.
Thos. Jones, P.
Z. K. Meycs, M. of E. and M. of
C. W. Zeiglcr, M. at A.
James Steiner, I. G.
P. A. Dias, O. G.
Reading. Room Association.
Cor. IKolel & Alnkou Structa.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Library consists at the present
time of over Five Thousand Volumes.
The Reading Room Is supplied with
about llfty of tho leading newspapers
and periodic ds.
A Parlor is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, llfty cents a
nontli, pnyablo quarterly in advance.
No formality required hi joining except
signing thu roll.
Strangers from foreign countries and
visitors from tho other Islands are wel
come to the rooms at all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
means of support except the dues of
members, it is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desho to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and all who fuel
an Interest in maintaining an institution
of this kind, will put down their names
and become regular contributors.
LLGISLATURE OF 180oTTho Daily
and Weekly Bulletin" contain- tlio
only cm reel and rul bible reports of tlio
proceedings of tho present Legislature.
3i)Tit Dav July 10th.
ArruuxooN" session. coxtixucd.
Noble Smith said that so long as
we had good Ministers it would be
very well lo centralize the power in
them, but wo may not always have
good Ministers, and the members
will rue their actions in granting
tliis centralization of power. Indi
vidually lie believed it was a mis
take to leave the appointing powers
of judges in the hands of the Minis
ters. It should bo in the hands of
the Governors, lie did not believe
in centralization of power in tic
Ministry, and believed the time
would come when such an action
would be rued by those who were
instrumental in thus placing it.
Minister Thurston moved to lay
the committee bill on tho table. The
ayes and noes were called on this
motion. Ayes 35, noes 8.
The ayes and noes were called to
pnss the bill to abolish the olllco of
Governor, lo engrossment, resulting
Ayes Ministers Green, Austin,
Thurston, and Ashford ; Nobles
Robinson, Young, Jaeger, Water
house, Foster, liiihiau, Wight, Not
ley, Wall, Townsend, Hitchcock,
Baldwin, Bcrtclmann, and Dole;
Heps. Iluslacc, Kalaukoa, Deacon,
lvamai, Kinney, Kauhane, Kamau
oha, Paris, Nawaliinc, Daniels.
Ilelekunilii, Horner, Kawainui, Wil
cox, and Bice 33.
Noes Nobles Smith, Richardson,
Widemann, Makce, and Wilcox;
Reps. Naonc, C. Brown, F. Brown,
and Nakaleka 9.
The bill passed to engrossment to
be read a third time on Thursday
Third reading of the preliminary
Appropriation Bill. Passed.
The House then adjourned until
10 a. m. Wednesday.
3CthDay Julv 11th.
The House opened at 10 a. m.,
President W. R. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
lir.r-OKTS OP COMMITTEES.
Rep. F. Brown reported from
Printing Committee that one bill was
piiuted and ready for distribution.
The Minister of the Interior an
swered the questions propounded by
the Hon. Noble Townsend, the other
day, giving the names of the parties
employed on the Molokai water
works, in what capacity, rate per
day, amount drawn by each and
balance due each.
oitunn Ol' THE DAY.
Third reading of challenge to
jurors' bill. Passed.
The House then went into com
mittee of the whole, Rep. Kainauoha
in the chair, to consider the Appro
The following items were passed :
National debt falling duo. ...if 37,000
For interest on national debt 2-13,000
Salary of Minister of Fi
Salary of Registrar of Public
Salary of Auditor-General... 10,000
" " Clerk of depart
Salary of Assessor.-! ) , f ,
" " Collectors! doferrod
For Tax appeal boards, defened.
" expenses of the depart
" dog tags 1,000
" messenger 1,200
" stamps mid dies 500
Intel est on money fiomPostal
savings bank -10,000
Salary of Collector-General. 7,000
" " Deputy Collector
Salary of harbor master 0,000
" " Statistical elcik. . 3,000
" " Port Surveyor of
Salary of storekeeper 4,800
" " assistant store
Salary of second statistical
Sahuy of third statistical
Salary of firet entry clerk. . . 3,000
" " second entrv clerk. 2,-100
" " Collector at Kahu
Salary of Collector at Hilo. . 3,(i00
" " " " Mali u
Salary of Collector at Laha-
Salary of Collector at Kolon. 200
" " " " Keala
Salary of Port Surveyor of
Salary of Port Survoior of
Hilo : 1,800
Sahuy of Keeper of Kerosono
Salary of Customs Guards. . 20,000
For Custom Hoiito Boat.. . 1,200
For Expenses of Custom
Salary of three pilots work
ing their own boats and
Sahuy of Attorney-General. 10,000
" of Deputy Attorney
Salary of Marshall 7,000
" " Clerk of Marshal. 4,000
" " Second Clerk of
Sahuy of Sheriff of Maui. 5,000
" " ' " Hawaii. 5,500
" " " " Kauai.. 4,000
The committee rose repoitcd pro-
giess, and asked leave to sit again
at 1 p. m.
The House rc-asscmblcd at 1 p.
in. and went into committo of the
whole, to continue the consideration
of the Appropriation bill.
Salary of Clerk of Sheriff
Maui . . .fl,800
Salary of Clerk of Shciiff
Hawaii .. 1,800
Salary of Clerk of Sheriff
Messenger and Copyist 1,200
Coroners Inquests 1,000
The items for police on Hawaii,
Maui, Oahu and Kauai, and inci
dentals, civil and criminal expenses,
wero on motion referred to a Select
The salary of Inspector-General
of schools, and other items under
Board of Education were postponod.
The committee then rose and re
ported progress and asked leave to
Rep. F. Brown moved to recon
sider the item Assistant Storekeeper,
Custom House. Tho motion was
ruled out of order.
The following named were ap
pointed a committee on the items in
the Appropriation Bill, (1) Pay of
Police on Hawaii, Maui, Oahu and
Kauai, (2) Incidentals, Civil and
Criminal Expenses: Reps. F. Brown,
Kinney, Wilcox, Noble Richardson,
Adjourned to 10 o'clock Thurs
37tii Day July 12th.
The House opened nt 10 a. m.
President W. R. Castle in the Chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
ItEl'OKT OK COMMITTEES.
Rep. C. Brown reported from the
Judicial Committee on the peti
tion from Z. K. Meyers, for S150
back pay during his incumbency as
book-keeper of the Water Works,
recommending that the petition be
laid on the table. Adopted.
From the same committee he re
ported on the bill to amend and
consolidate the laws relating to pri
vate ways and water rights, recom
mending its passage. The report
was received and laid on the table to
be considered with the bill.
Also from the same committee on
the petition from Makaaa for a re
fund of money (amount not stated)
for excessive taxation, recommend
ing that the petition be laid on the
Also from the same committee on
the petition from Aipuni praying
for $2,081 for land taken by the
Government for a street in the
burnt district, recommending that
the petition be laid on the table to
be taken up and considered with the
Appropriation Bill. Adopted.
Noble Robinson reported from
the Committee on Commerce on the
bill to regulate the number and com
pensation of pilots for the port of
Honolulu, giving a detailed state
ment of the workings of the pre
sent law, and the amount received
for pilotago during the last two
years. They arc not satisfied that
the amount received from that source
will be the same as formerly, and
therefore recommend that the bill
be laid on the table. The report was
accepted and laid on the table to be
considered with the bill.
Noble Dole reported from the
Sanitary Committee on a petition
from Kannapali praying that the
President of the Board of Health be
made a Cabinet Minister, recom
mending that the petition be laid on
the table. Adopted.
Rep. C. Brown reported from the
Judiciary Committee on tho peti
tion from nlaui praying that section
41 of the Civil Code be repealed, re
commending that it be laid on the
Rep. F. Brown reported from the
Printing Committee that the report
of the Board of Education was
printed and ready for distribution.
ItESOr.UTIONS AND 11ILL9.
Noble Foster gave notice of a bill
to amend Chapter 03 of the Session
haws of 188G.
Rep. Kalaukoa asked the Atlor-ney-Ueneral,
if the unpaid consta
bles did now leceivo half the lines,
and do they have power to make ar
rests. The Attorney-General said
Unit the only lines that were divided
between the police were those for
smuggling, and opium in possession.
They have power to make arrests ;
and it is their duty to do so, if they
see a crime being committed.
Minister Austin reported that he
had presented 3 bills to the King for
Rep. Deacon nskctl the Minister
of tlio Interior several questions re
lating to their Government Veterin
Rep. Dowsett offered a resolution
that the messenger of the House be
paid 3 per day for his services.
Rep, Kamauoha asked the Minis
ter of the Interior what was tho
amount of passage paid for the
transportation of lepers.
The Minister answered $i.
Minister Ashford reported from
the Commission appointed to inquire
into and revise the laws re
lating to the Judiciary of the
Kingdom, that the report was print
ed and ready for distribution. Tho
report was referred to tho Judiciary
Consideration of the bill to pro-
White and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
l m i i i i w i ii ii ,,
vide for tho discharge of the duties
heretofore performed by tho Gov
ernors. Tho consideration of tho
bill was deferred until after the bill
from the Ministry relnling to Tax
Assessors and Collectors had been
OHDEIl Or THE DAY.
Third leading of the bill to abol
ish the olllce of Governor.
Noble Smith moved the postpone
ment of the consideration of this
bill until after the bill proposed by
the Ministry relating lo Tax Asses
sors and Collectors, is presented.
He said that should this bill pass,
and be presented to His Majesty
for signature, without any bill pro
viding for the discharge of the du
ties heretofore performed by tlio
Governors, it might be a good
excuse for the King to veto the bill.
The King has rights, and this House
has rights, and we should respect
the rights of the King. The King
is in direct opposition to his Cabinet
on this point. (Voice: How do you
know?) Because he vetoed this
same bill last session, in direct op
position to the advice and pleadings
of his Cabinet, lie believed in
bowing to tlio majority when their
views were properly expressed, and
in supporting the Ministry when
they were in the right, but he did
not see the necessity of hurrying
this bill through.
Minister Thurston said that he
agreed with the honorable Noble,
but the Minister of Foreign Affairs
can when he takes this bill to
the King, explain the situation.
Is was argued by some that the bill
could be held back, until such a
time as the other bills were passed.
This was decided to be in conflict
with the rules of the House and all
Minister Austin said he was iu
sympathy with the suggestions made
to defer action on the bill, until
other bills relating to tho matters
arc acted open. It is folly to pass
a bill and then by resolution of the
House hold it back, as much as to
say, hold on, we don't know about
that bill whether we had better pass
it or not.
Noble Widemann said that the
remarks of Minister Austin were in
controvertible, and he should sup
port the motion to defer considera
tion. Rep. Kinney said that the House
should act upon this bill at once.
Now is the time to discuss it. It
was set for to-day, and we should
attend to it. We can then order it
held back after its passage if neces
sary. Noble Young said he could
see no more inconsistency in pass
ing the bill to abolish the ollicc of
Governor, and then provide for the
discharge of the duties of the ollicc,
than to pass the bill to provide for
the duties, and then to abolish the
olllce. He thought that the bill
should be acted upon now as a biul
in hand was equal lo two in the
bush and when passed lie held back
1)3' resolution until the other bills
were acted upon.
(To ho Continued.)
Notices umltr this head are charged 10 cents
per line for thetnt imeitlon, and r cenln iter line
eceru additional imeitioii.
EYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
HAWAIIAN FruiUfcTaroC). Gn.
tleinen: I have mi'lo .1 rlicniicil
examination of the snmp'o of Taro Flour
which you have submitted lo mo and
Had that samti is entirely free from any
injurious nibstuiico whatever. Yours
very truly, Geo. W. Smith, Analyst.
Honolulu, Juno 1, 1863. 71 lm
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