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FRIDAY, AITt. 21, 1888.
Aug 2 1
Stmr Icle fiom I.alndnaand Ilaniakua
llktuo V II Dlmoml, Drew, 1S8 days
from San Francisco
Schr Jtol Wahlnc from Koholalele
Schr Ke An IIou from Hawaii
Schr Lavlnia fiom Kwa
Stmr V O Hull from Hnwnll anil Maul
S S Marlpoia from the Colonlosoii louto
to Sun Francisco
Slmr C It UMmp for "Waianao, Walalua
and Koolan at !) a tn
Uk Horsey for Puget Sound
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr .Tas Makeo for Karma at 5 p m
From Hiimakua, pur stmr Pele, Aug
21 Mls3 J.alone and another lady
Kiom Sau Francisco, per bktno W II
iMmoiul, Aug 21-MKs U L Wing.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Pele ;i,0!U bgs sugar.
DWJGHT In tlUs city, to the wife of
O. B. Dwight, August 21th, a girl.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A rAMM.y at Waialua want a nurso
Tun Mariposa is in sight as wo go
. . m
Tim U. S. S. Dolphin had boat
drill this forenoon.
Tub steamer Pule will lay up for a
Tin: bark Forest Queen will sail
for San Francisco on Monday.
Tin: Kinau will sail for the Volcano
on Monday, August 27th, at 4 p. in.
TiiEiir. will be clay pigeon shooting
at Lishman'B pastuio to-moiiow af
ternoon. Tin: cabin of the baik Kalakaua is
adorned with a tidy-looking Japan
.11. B. M. S. Espieglc will bail
either to-morrow or on Sunday for
Esquimault, B. C.
Mil. "W. II. Flack has succeeded
Mr. Everett as purser and freight
clerk of the S. S. Fele.
To-Monnow or next day the Kai
miloa will mako a tiial trip to try
how her engines and sails work.
Tun steamer .Tas. Makeo will take
100 tons of coal to Kapaa to-morrow.
Colonel Spalding will be a passenger.
The crew of II. B. M. S. Hyacinth
will attend service at St. Andrew's
Cathedral Sunday morning, at 11
Tun person who did not pay his
share of the boat hire the other day,
was neither Mr. Graenhalgh nor Mr.
Fiiom Monday, Aug. 27th, untfl
further notice, King sticct fiom tho
Prison road to Liliha street will bo
.closed to traffic.
No gamo of baseball has as yet
been arranged for to-morrow. A
week from to-morrow the Honolulus
and Vandalias will play again.
Tiiuei: Chinamen with sticks and
other weapons assaulted the dog
catchers this morning, and now the
three and their dog are in tho Station
l)it. Abbott of the Coronet party
has been unexpectedly called home.
Ho is stopping at tho Dudoit House,
and will depart by the next steamer
for tho East.
Mn. J. L. Kaulukou seems per
fectly satisfied with tho scare ho gave
tho Reform Party iu the election for
Noblo the other day, and says with
confidence, ""Wait till the next elec
An up-town coiner is becoming
notorious for vulgar men and indo
cent language used by them within
tho heating of passing ladies. The
police havo been instructed to run in
tho lust ofl'eudcr and introduce him
to Judge Dayton.
Tiik complimentary concert to tho
Officers of tho U. S. S. Dolphin and
II. B. M. S. Espicglo at the Hawai
ian Hotel last evening, was a bril
liant ovent, not alone from the grand
illumination of the giounds and the
liandsomo dit'bbcs of the ladies, hut
also from the iiuiHio by tho band, es
pecially tho echo pieco which was
A piiivati: letter contains the in
formation that tho beets grown iu
California for Sprocket' beet sugar
factory have been analysed, with the
Mitisfacloiy lestilt of "good saccha
rine contents," although not quite up
to tho highest German standard,
Tho factory in expected to bo at work
by tho end of this month.
Mish Jane Albio who has chiugo of
tho (joveuiiuont school on tho island
of Lauai for a long time past, has
heon appointed principal of tho Eng
lish government bchool at Kuneoho
on this island. Miss Albio is a
teacher of much experience and al
ways gives entiio satisfaction wher
ever she goes.
E6y(!ontlcinon will do well to call
at llio Aucadi: and cxoinlno the latest
in Clothing- at the lowest price in the
J. E. Knows it Co. havo lcccivcd
Hop Alo ex Australia. See adver
tisement. Tun King will give a picnic at
Waikiki to-moirow afternoon, when
sttif-iiding will bo ono of Hie princi
pal fcaluies of the occasion.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Hall at the Armory of the Hono
Meeting of the Pacific Degree
Lodge, Daughters of Rebecca, in
Excelsior Hall, at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of Hawaiian Tribe No. 1
I. O. R. M., iu hall of Oahu Lodge
K. of. P., at 7,30 o'clock.
Religious services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, at 7 o'clock
Meeting of Hawaiian Council No.
G89, American Legion of Honor, in
Harmony Hall, at 7i30 o'clock.
The House re-assembled at 1 p.
in. and resumed tho
oiuinn or Tin: day.
Third reading of a bill relating to
to the proof of service in civil cases.
Third reading of the bill author
izing the Minister of the Interior to
transfer certain lands to tho Trus
tees of the Lunalilo Estate. Passed.
Third reading of the bill relating
to the Justices of the Supreme
Third reading of the bill relating
to the taxation of costs. Passed.
Third reading of the bill relating
to the carrying of passengers afllict
cd with any infectious or contagious
discaso on the inter-island steamers.
Third reading of a bill to provide
for the protection of certain lisb.es in
Rep. Nakalcka moved for an in
definite postponement of the bill.
Minister Thurston spoke in favor
of modifying the bill and have some
such provision for the protection
of fish in certain districts, as they
have in New Zealand.
Rep. (J. Brown asked if an amend
ment to the law shall only apply to
Minister Thurston said that while
we arc about it wo might as well
protect other places as well. He
had understood that the Chinamen in
Hilo were depicting the waters ot
Rep. Kinney spoke in favor of the
bill and said that in former times
the chiefs had very stringent rulc.
regarding the taking of fish, but un
fortunately those rules have become
obsolete, and something must bo
done to protect this food supply
from wanton destruction.
Rep. U. Brown said if the law
should be amended so as to apply to
Oahu only, then the Chinese fisher
men would flock to the other islands
and we should hear a wail from those
islauds that the fisheries there were
being depleted. He thought that
the bill should pass as it is, and he
had no doubt that a very strict
construction would bo put onthis
bill by the courts"
Rep. Pachaolc supported the mo
tion to again refer the bill back to
the committee for revision. And if
this cannot be done, he hoped the
bill would be indefinitely postponed.
Two o'clock having arrived, tho
President stated that by a vote of
of this House the veto message of
the King must be considered. The
ayes and noes were called.
Rep. C. Brown moved that tho
bill pass over the veto, he had op
posed the bill all along, but as His
Majesty has Been fit to sign bills pro
viding for the duties performed by
the Govcrno.s, there is nothing for
the Governors to do.
Noble Smith said he should vote
to pass the bill for the same reasons
as tho former speaker.
Minister Ashford said that the
King was laboring under a mistake
when he said it would be straining
our relations with foreign Powers,
as the Governors by the Military
bill passed over his veto, had those
functions taken from them.
Noble Widemann said he should
stick to his vote. He failed to sec
any improvement in this Legislature
over preceding Legislatures, and ho
should vote to lay tho hill on tho
Rep. Nakalcka moved to lay tho
bill on the tabic.
Rep. Gay said he had opposed the
bill from the first, but as the King
had seen fit to sign bills conferring
upon others the power to perforin
the duties performed by tho Gov
ernors, there is nothing for the Gov
ernors to do, and ho should there
fore vote to pass the bill over the
Rop. Pachaolc asked who would
receive foreign guests and attend to
the tiring of salutes if the olllco of
Governor is abolished ?
The Attorney-General said that
the Minister of Foreign Affairs
would attend to the reception of
guests, und a detachment of tho
King's guard will fire the Baiutc.
ho thought thoy could get along if
Governor Dominis did not hold tho
Noble "Widemann said names have
been again mentioned. He did not
voto for King, Kaiser, Governor, or
what ho might be, but for the bene
fit of the country.
n&Go to tho Akcaih: and gel ono
of them Fino Enibioidcrcd Dresses,
The bill va3 then passed over the
veto on the following division: Ayes
10, noes 2.
Tho Houso then icsumcd the con
sideration of the fish bill.
Hep. Nawahino spoke against the
bill as he considered it oppressive
to the llawaiians.
Rep. Kauhaue spoke in favor of
the bill, lie thought it a step in the
right direction to protect the food
supply of the llawaiians.
Noble Widemann spoke iu favor
of the bill, and said it would protect
the landlord as well as tenant from
loss by stopping the wanton destruc
tion of small and young fish.
Rep. Kalaukoa spoke iu favor of
referring the bill to a committee for
revision. Ho thought some of the
provisions in the piescnt bill were
oppressive, and would work great
hardship to the natives.
Noblo Richardson supported the
motion to refer the bill to a commit
tee for revision.
The ayes and noes were called on
the indefinite postponement of the
bill. Ayes 7, noes 05.
The motion to refer to a select
committee for revision was carried
by a vote of 24 to 20.
Third reading of the bill to regu
late the tax on carts and drays mak
ing the annual tax on the same 82.
Consideration of the bill to con
fer jurisdiction on Circuit Judges to
issue warrants in certain cases.
Passed to engi ossment to be read a
third time on Frida'.
The chair appointed the following
committee to revise the fish bill :
lions. Widemann, F. Brown, Gay,
Kauhane and Nakalcka.
Noble Townseiur moved to take
up the civil service bill so that it
could be referred to committee.
The bill was then taken up and
read by its title.
Rep. Kinney moved to refer it to
the Judiciary Committee.
Noble Foster moved the bill be
Minister Thurston said he was
not going to oppose the reform in
the civil service or in any other ser
vice, but he thought it too late in
the session to consider such a bill as
this, lie had several bills in con
templation that would facilitate the
workings of the Interior Olllcc, but
on account of the lateness of the
session he had held tucin back.
Rep. Kinney said that he thought
this bill one of the most important
ones this session, things are in our
hands now but they may not be in
Rep. Paohaolo spoke in favor of
indefinite postponement, for the
reason that the members arc anxious
to go home. He believed that the
bill would take some time for con
sideration. Noble Smith said he wished to see
the bill go to the Judiciary Commit
tee. The motion to indefinitely post
pone was carried.
Noble Townscnd said he was in
doubt about the vote. He consider
ed that the spoils system had got a
good hold now, and as has been
shown it is an important bill and
should go to a committee. "We need
a cleansing of the civil service now,
and for courtesy's sake if for nothing
else the bill should be allowed to
The vote was again called and
the motion to postpone was carried
by a vote of 17 to 19.
Consideration of the bill to en
courage the manufacture and culti
vation of ramie, Referred to the
Committee on Commerce.
Consideration of the bill to en
courage the production of taro
flour and other products of taro.
Referred to Committee on Com
merce. The House then went into com
mittee of the whole, Rep. F. Brown
in the chair, to consider the Election
Sections as amended by the com
mittee, commencing at -12, wore first
Noble Smith moved to adopt the
amendment proposed by the com
Noble Richardson spoke iu favor
of the amendment proposed by the
Noblo Dole said the system as
proposed by the amendment is ono
that has been in vogue for many
yoars, and is open to corruption and
briber', whereas a secret ballot is
not subject to those objections. He
should therefore support the section
as in the bill.
Rep. Hclekuiiihi spoke against the
section as iu the bill and in favor of
Rep. Pachaolc said ho was in
favor of the section as in the bill.
If it passes it will materially dimi
nish coercion at tho polls and people
can vote as thej think right without
being in danger of offending any
Rep. Nakalcka said he favored
the section as amended by the com
mittee, and thought as much secrecy
could bo obtained by the hill as
amended, as could bo by the original
Tho ayes and noes were called on
tho passage of fie section as in the
bill. Ayes 17, noes 20.
Tho section then passed as le
eommcuded by the committee.
.Sections -1!J, rl-J, If), and 40, as
amended by the committee were
then read and passed,
lsrFull line of Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Hals, Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Shoo at tho Aitcum.
TEMPLE OF FASH 01
Grand Reduction for 60 DaysExtraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my departure for San Fianciseo and the Eastern States 1 have decided to hld a Grand dealing Sub im (10 Days in order to make room for
new importations. I call attention to the general public that prices wor novo reduced low anil exceptionally tnkmg h.u gains are olfbred iu every
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
Blankets, Bedapreads, Table Damasks, Towels, Comforters, Prints, While & Blown Cotton, Sheetings iu all width-, etc., etc., otc., etc.
SPECIAL BAB.GA1NS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
HG in. Batislc, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12Jc. per yard; 20 pes. White l'icpie, at li'c. per yard; IW in. French Peicale, reduced to 12$c.; lfi pen.
Gingham, to closu out at lOe. yard; 125 pes. fast colored Ginghams, best assortment iu town, reduced at cost.
SPECIAL SALE EXTltEEME BARGAINS IN
Scotch Ginghams, Lawns, White Dress Goods, Nainsock, .Seersuckers, Clieviots, .Saline limeades, dmmhr.iv Roma Suiting, Cambrics and a gicat assort
ment of other Wash Goods. SWEEPING REDUCTION 10 pes. Jet Illack llontiutle Cloth, ovtru pi ility double width, icd. from $1.60 to $1.00 a yard
Great Reduction in Cassiraeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 45c. a yard,
PARASOL Our entire stock of Parasol less than manufacturer's cost. Particular attention is called to our Ladies', Misses' it Ohildrons' Muslin Under
wear which aie olVered at a great sacrifice. Ladies' Berlin Wool Knitted Shawl", reduced at half price. Gicat Bargains in Ladies' .lorey Waists. Im
mense Reduction in MIsbcs' &. Childrens' Dteftes, Rounds it Lace Caps. Ladies' Knitted Underwear; Ladies' Heavy Merino, full finished vests, red. from
$2to$l; Ladies' India Gaiue, full finished vest, red. from $1 to (i,")c. ; a full lino of Ladies' India tiau.e Vest, red. from 7."i to COu. .Special attention is
called to our
Eiroiries, Oriental Laces, Torclei Laces, Colore! Eiroittes, iliicl lie soil at Home Cost !
Special sale Oriental Lace, in holoku longth, 50c. yard; 20 pes. Oriental Lace, icd. to 5c. yard worth l.'ie. ; -10 pe-. Orieni il Lace, red. 10c. yrd. w orth 20o
Jlxoe Department ! lioc Xepta.itiiaeJit I fe33ioo Xoia.vtw.ciit !
Our French Kid Button Shoe, hand sowed, red. fiom $6.f0 to .$5.30; Krench Kid Button Shoo, best value, red. from !?." to $1 ; Pieneh Kid Button Shoo, a
beauty, red. fiom $5.50 to $1.50: Childrong' French Kid Button Shoe, red. from .2 to $L.r0,si.cs :!!; Ladies' Black Silk lL.-e, red. to $1 :i pair, valuo .$1.50
Immense Miction in Laiies Corsets & Boys' White Sliiris, Boy's ta Pants, Mncefl to 50c.
8?" Anybody in search of Bargains should call Hist at the Temple of Fashion before purchasing Goods we gu.ii.mleo you will save monov, During
our Sale all Goods bold "C. O. D." "Aug. Mm
The committee then rose, report
ed progress and asked leave to sit
The chairman also reported that
that sections -13, -1-1, -15, 4G, as
amended by the committee, passed,
and that section 46 as iu the bill
Noble Smith moved that the re
port of the committee as regards
sections -12, '., -M, and 15 bo ac
cepted and that section -10 be re
ferred back to the committee. Car
ried. The House then took recess until
7 p. m.
The House re-assembled at 7 p.
m. and Avcnt into committee of the
whole to consider the Election bill,
Rep. Kinney in the chair.
Noble Smith moved that section
40 as recommended by the commit
tee be adopted.
Rep. Kamauoha moved that the
section as in the bill be adopted.
Rep. O. Brown said that li Avas in
favor of secret balloting, but the
House had adopted the recommend
ation of the committee that makes
the ballot the same as formerly. Ho
did not like it but supposed the ma
jority must rule.
The section as amended by the
Sections 47, 51, 53, 37, 01, 02,
03, passed as amended by the com
mittee, and 48, 49, 50, 52, 54, 55,
50, 58, 50 and 00 as in the bill.
Noble Castle moved the insertion
of a new section providing for the
supply of blank ballots to the in
spectors. Action on this motion de
ferred until committee meet again.
The committee then rose, report
ed progress and asked leave to sit
Tho House resumed and adjourn
ed until 10 a. in. Friday.
Imported Direct from Havana.
0. 0. BERGER.
Park Beach Hotel,
Opposito Kapiolani Park, Waikiki.
, Tho Flnestr-4
Bathing Place on the Island 1
Klugant Rooms, Gas & Water In each,
Extonsivo Grounds, Well Shaded !
Tho Table is supplied with the
best the market allbril".
Bowling; Alto itttckd !
Full information given to tourists as
to the best routes of travel, for scenery
and curloiiiicR; also current mtcd for
lioibc hire and guided on the other
Islands. !usscs and Carriages will bu
furnished at special rates for excursions.
Uusses and llaggago Wagons will meet
every steamer. Special rates for permn.
meat boarders. A Wagonette will bo
provided for the mo of guests ut special
o. w. 3mvo:li,
70 Proprietor. 8ia
JBSTGo to the Aiioaoi. for your
Fancy Goods, Chenille, Pon Pons,
Trimmings, Splasheis, Tidies, Etc.
Xotices under this head otc chargid 10
per lineor the first insertion, nml I ccn jer Hue
every additional insertion.
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
foruia Poit, Mailcha and Malaga,
for sale in kegs anil cases by
QONSALV.ES ii CO.,
01 Queen street.
INVENTORY SALE !
152 doen Liulict,1 colored bordered
Handkeiehiefs . . .50c per do.
81 do. Ladies' unbleached Balbri
gan Hohf, nilk clockeo and full
iinifched at. 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
ttoms and cull's $1
220 do Gents' full linish Balbrigan
UndcrbhirlB, either long or short
blouves, all bi.es 45c each
Gents' white cotton Undershirts .
Gents' full finished silk clocked
Hoeo $2.25 per doz
A very largo Stock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Collais (hlaudiiig.
A full lind of all wool Oveishiits
and all wool UudfrtdiiiU from .
Gents' line Pajama Suits from . . .
170 do. Children's coloicd lloio.. .
lOe pr paii
Fine Turkibh Bath Towols
Linon haud-niade Tides
Black Bilk stripe Grenadino
20o per yard
Ladies' Jersey Wnists from ...
" 75c up
Misses' and Children's Jlotu, full
linish and Hilk Clocked in pink
and blue, from size i to 8, at ...
25c per pair
We have made a REDUCTION In all
Remember this is our last week
GRHAT INVENTORY SALE
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
ill rnnrimM.imifei.i fntHj&-isrmrrm.K&v!r)C?Wjtxjrr-tr;ri.t lonrjSWM MKMWVtrrtTlM
BSrThe Am.Adc i3 tho place to
buy your Dress Goods, latest styb;
S'lks, Woolens and Lawns. Tho
loader of low pric.
ww S W rUHi $ 1 Sill 1 1
Have the Largest Variety and Best Stock of
v mar m
&SS" Ever exhibited in this
niliiro of every rtescription for Parlor, Bedroom,
Dining-room, Library & Veranda.
They have tho
gj Chairs from 75 cents to $50 each.
gjS" Toy of every ilescriplion"aiid price.
Furniture Eeupholstered !
Mattrasses made to order !
CORNICE POLES & PICTURE FRAMES
.Made iu all Styles and Prices to suit overybody.
Sold on the
79 k 81 Dig Street,
lJnt raiK.'OH iVoiu JClntr and Merchant Stw.
Every ckscrii.tii'ii of work in the above Hues performed iu u ilrsU-l:us manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing1 a Specialty.
ESrliull Telephone, 107a (null 134V tSTU Teleph'-iio, 107-
VvrTiiF. Dailv Brr.T.nm Wr.r.KUr
st maiaky is tho best paper to send
to fiimd- abroad. Mailed to any
Kldu-w, g.j per annutu, which in
Best Afortment of
& Furniture !
JiA- mil d 'Lg,
-hj. " ' $'& &sUISi-. l'D - 'w '.w'' I &M",jte?r':iii.