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jBllio Arcade- EG AN 5c CO,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Tho Aroatlo EGAN & CO.
Now HtocU, I.ntcfct HI) Irn to nult t tic
Tbo Aroado-EGAN k CO.
Will Open tlieir New Store
Willi I lie Plnrrtt llHilnj' or UnntlM
ever nIiowii In thl Klncilntn.
300 CORD8 Algnrobn M
Klfuvo Kimwootlt in qUftnll
tics to milt purchatrrs.
- Will Remove
To IJtnlr Now Ntorr, Mclncrny IllocU
' ' . on or nliont lco. ttHtli.
1' XI xo
Tho Display of Fancy Goods
I'or timllcn A OnilN,
Comprlxn nil tlm ititmt popiilnphljIrM
On Monday, January Siul,
27 At 1!M Bprdniilft Htrrit. 3t
JUail'n fgJnXlf in
TUESDAY, JAN. 3. 1888.
Attar Itahua from Molokal
Btmr Mokolll from Molokal
.Btmr Surprise fiotn llawall
Stinr Jas Makee from Knual
19chr llalcnkala horn Pepcekeo
. .Inn 1
. Ilk (J D llrynnt for Snn rranclsco
, u .Tun 2
'.'Stmr Kinau for the Volcano nt 4 p m
Stmr C 11 Bishop for Koolau at 0 a m
Btmr Mikahala for Knual at 5 p m
Stmr Jjlkcllko for ICnliulul at fl p in
Btmr Surpiisc for Hllo and way polls
Stmr Lchun for IIuclo ami Olowalu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Scqr Ulholilio fot Kukalau at 2 p m
Forllllonudway ports, pcr'stoamcr
Klnau, Jan 2 llous II S ToniiEcnd, II
Deaoon and A Young; Mts M Conway,
Miss Daniels, LCaliot, .1 M Homer, O N
Spencer, L Aseu, J M Lydgatc, C Wil
cox, U McLellun. WD ltowcll and 30
deck passengers. For the Volcano
Colonel Wicks and wife, Theo Cramp,
Captain Ilauklu, and Col Hounit.
The W II Dlmond will get away for
San Froncisco on Thursday or Friday
The bark Ceylon has in 1,000 bags of
sugar. She will sail for San FraneUco
Boinc time next week.
IS"" VESSELS IN PORT.
K"U S S Vandalia, Hear Admiial Kimberly
ytl S S Mohican, Day
Wtl S S Juniata. Davis
i -,3k Frcdciick, Kroff
LrtBk Forest Queen, Winding
1 IBk V u iiyrant, .laeK ijee
?fnr ni.in n.,ii,,,
Bk Hazard. Goodman
ffBk Caibarleu, Peiklns
Bktno W II Dlmond. Swift
Bktne Ella, Hansen
Schr W S Bownc, Bluhm
locaT & general hews.
Seaborn lias tho "Cruiskeen."
V" 7 Mr. A.,MorofT is J. E. Brown &
J Co.'s authorized collector.
-.. A JArANnsn and his wife arc in
-want of a situation. Apply at this
'" - oflice.
.. ' .-'The Government schools tlirough--
". but the Kingdom will resume work
Messrs. J. E. Brown & Co. arc
authorized to collect and receipt for
Mr. A. M. Hcwett.
Thr Tahiti Lemonade Works have
been purchased by Messrs. J. E.
Brown &. Co.
Battalion Order No.
Rifles, in this paper.
is invited to
on't forget that the great clear
ance sale commences at tho Temple
of Fashion to-day.
Dh. Peterson has been appointed
resident physician of Molokai in
place of Dr. Mouritz, resigned.
Messrs. F. A. Schaofer & Co. are
offering for sale California medium
bread, just received and fresh.
A halt, was given by the Portu
guese Benevolent Society, at their
hall, Punchbowl street, Saturday
' Sam, Shipping Master for Wilder's
S.'S. Co., said ho received a fine Now
'Year's present Sunday morning he
Fort-street School will re-open
.to-morrow (Wednesday) morning, at
'9 o'clock, when tho Principal hopes
'to see all the pupils present,
- , .
AIobT business establishments in
lolulu weie open yesterday morn-
but nt noon thoy were nearly all
fd for the remainder of tho day.
ev. A. Mackintosh respectfully
uqueBts tho lady collectors for St.
Andrew's Cathedral Building Fund,
to havo tlieir monthly collections in
"Every mombor of Company B,
Honolulu Rifles, is ordered to report
at 7 :30 o'clock this overling, at thoir
armory, for tho election of Compauy
'Pin. f). H. S. Co 'a time table, of
u.n ..Mim nt n.tfl rlotinrflirA frnm
,TUU UWIH" '. v.w,....v...- ......
'1" tlio year 1888, will bo found in this
-. tfe . t i ' J-T :
j at tho armory on Queen street this
morning, and consumed tno remam-
fm ing ice cream and caKcs ion irom
IX tho refreshmonts of last night's
J"& Mn. William Wnireuor. who has
vt rjot ieen ill luo ,iest oi licnltli for
5 - . Bpmo tiino past, will co,ve by tiio
' iext stpamer fo'r Los Angeles. Mr,
, yagouer's residence, corner of ForJ,
iv ' nd Kukui streets has been ronted to
, a Mr. Jaluns,
- , !Mebbrs. E. Hoffdehlaoger & Co.
J- Vhavo removed their ofllco and their
'Ju ' Block of goods to tlieir new store on
,u t"0 olu 1JelIlel ,0l ironung ivuig
'jTtrcct, opposito Castlo & Cooko's, and
lU'tliel Direct, a little abovo thn l'ost
Ollice, on tho opposite side of the
Three more pages and Judge Day
ton will havo to opon a now Criminal
A yarn was told this mottling of u
country native man, who, while visit
ing Honolulu frionds yesterday, got
mad at the telephone, after yelling in
the nudiphone for flvo minutes with
out receiving any reply, and chopped
the instrument to pieces.
The constitutionality of the Act
of tho Legislature reducing the num
bor of judges of the Supremo Court,
was argued before tho Court this
afternoon. Argument began at 1
o'clock, and is on as wo go to press.
Mr, A. Rosa has spoken, and tho
Attorney-General is still arguing.
Nine drunks, $54; Wm. Crows,"
disorderly conduct, !fG; 2 affrays,
$14; 3 enses of assault and battery,
$12, and .'$ for breaking the Sabbath,
made a total of $89 collected in tho
Police Court this morning. Several
cases were continued and some nol.
The Bulletin staff returns thanks
to Messrs. Hart & Steiner, of the
Elite Ico Cream Parlors, for a New
Year's festival of ico cream and cake,
which articles wore much appre
ciated for thoir excellent quality and
their abundant quantity, as is also
the thoughtful kindness which
prompted their bestowal.
It has been reported to this ofllco
that a child 'strangling from a fish
bone in its throat was taken to tho
residence of an uptown physician,
last Monday evening, for treatment.
The doctor who was dining at the
time refused to reliovo tho child, say
ing that ho was not doctoring chil
The Temple of Fashion, Fort
street, opposite Messrs. Irwin & Co.'s,
comes out with a startling notice
to-day. A great clearing sale is on,
and will continue for 30 days. An
idea of the reduction in prices may
bo gleaned by reading the advertise
ment, but as everything cannot bo
specified in the space, a visit must
be paid to the establishment to icl&
The Liliuokalani Educational So
cioty gave a New Year's ball last
night, at tho old armory, Queen
stieet. The hall was very tastefully
decorated with lags and evergreens
by some of the gentlemen friends of
the Society. His Majesty, Princess
Liliuokalani, Gov. Dominis, Sir Wil
liam Wiseman, commander of H. B.
M. S. Caroline, and several Ameri
can naval officers were conspicuous
among the large abssemblage. Tho
affair although arranged on very
short notice was a decided success.
THE WEEK OF PRAYER.
Tuesday, Jan. 3. Special Ser
vices of prayer and conference at
the Central Union Church this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock, and to-morrow
at 11 a. ir. Theme for this evening:
In what posture toward God may
wo lespect his special blessing?
Joel,2: 12-18. Mai. 3:10. Theme
for to-morrow morning : Prayer for
families and schools.
The following remarkable Bcore
was made on Saturday last, at King
Street Range, by Mr. J. G. Roth
well of Makawao, while practising
for the semi-annual competition of
tho H. R. A.
Distance, 400 yds 20 rounds:
55455; 5 355 5 5555555555
Total, 99 Possible, 100.
A ROYAL RECEPTION.
Between the hours of 11 a. if. and
1 r. m. yesterday, the King and
Queen held a New Year's reoeption
at the Palace. Tho Throne Room,
in which the reception took place,
was very beautifully decorated witb
flowers and plants. Col. C. 1
Iaukea, His Majesty's, Chamberlain,
presented tho guests as they arrived.
Their Majesties wore attended on
this occasion by Princess Liliuoka
lani, Fiincess Kaiulani, His Excel
lency Gov. Dominis and Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn. A very largo number of
peoplo called during the two hours.
THE HAWAIIAN BAHD.
The Hawaiian Band played at tho
residences of the following notables
yesterday morning, .beginning with
"Old Hundred" and winding up
with the National Anthem, at each
place. Princess Liliuokalani: His
Kx. L. A. Thurston, Minister of
Interior; Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief
Justice; His Ex. Jno. Aus
tin, Minister Forei&U Affairs; Hon.
S. 1$. Dole, JuBtipe Supremo Court;
HiB Ex. J. O. Dominis, Gpveruor of
Oahu ; His Ex. C. W. 'Aflliford, Attorney-General
; lion. Richard F.
llickerton, justice jsupiemo uourt
Hon. E. Preston, Justice Supreme
Court; Hon. L. McCuJly, Jtisticp
Supremo Court, flniB5nK at tup
Vnfnnp. Hflnlstnr Green, livlnfr nut
j-nt "SYaikiki, was pot rpacljcd by the
liana, on acpount oi me distance.
At tho teachers' examination held
on the 28 and 29 of last month, by
Prof. W. D. Alexander, Frof. M,
M. Scott and Mr. A. T. Atkinson,
Inspecfor-General of Schools, two
years' certificates were granted to
Miss Zoo ' Atkinson, Mr, Geo. L.
Tho AroadoEGAN & CO.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
fr'lnrnt CInMom Jlmla C'lotlilnjr,
l.ndlrn'A Mrut'M l'lncNlinrli.
Kdwards and Miss Lillian Lyman,
whose percentages were 92, 88 nnd
87, respectively j 85 per cent was
required for n two years' certificate
and 75 per cent for one year's.
One year's certificates were
granted to Mr. Bernard Ilugliuu,
Miss Anna Sorcnson, Miss Con
stanco Mist, Mis Mabel Ladd and
Miss Julia Taner.
Other candidates passed in the
following order: Mrs. M. A. Wood,
Miss Edith Mist, Miss Kate Lish
man, Miss Kate Mclntyre, Miss
Adrienue Dudoit and Miss Helen
Heavy rains aro reported along the
Hilo coast. A great quantity of wood
was carried down tho Wailuku river.
From time immemorial the Wuiluku
has furnished Hilo with water and
fuel. At the time tho Kinau loft on
her return trip the rain was falling
so thick that tho shore could scarce
ly be seen from her deck. Tho heavy
rain caused delay in the return of tho
Surpriso, it being well nigh impossi
ble to load sugar.
Two or three contemplated trips
for "outings" from Hilo have been
deferred if not given up.
Hilo Boarding School has made
an important addition to its indus
trial apparatus by the purchase of
Dr. Kittredge's job printing oflice.
The Court convened on Monday,
Jan. 2nd, 1888, and adjourned until
10 a. ni. to-day. Chief Justice Judd
presiding. The Court was called to
order this morning at 10 a. m., C.
J. Judd presiding, and R. F. Bicker
ton associate. Several indictments
wcic read, pleas entered, and days
set for trial, when the Chief Justice
excused himself for a few minutes,
leaving the Court in charge of Asso
ciate "Justice Bickerton. Justice
Biekerton called for the reading of
the indictment of the King vs.
Tho Attorney-General refused to
piesent any indictments before Jus
tice Bickerton, stating as his reason,
that the Judge's commission as As
sociate Justice of the Supreme
Com t was no longer valid, as an
Act passed by the last session of
the I "-'aturc reduced the number
of Supreme Judges to three, and
that Act was to take effect January
1st, 1888. Consequently ho (the
Attorney-General) could not lccog
nize him as having authority to hear
any cases before the Court. Judge
Bickerton stated that the constitu
tionality of the law would be argued
before the full bench to-day, and in
the meantime ho would retire. At
his juncture, the Chief Justice came
back into the Court, and tho busi
ness of the session was resumed.
SUPREME COURTIN PROBATE.
before bickerton, j.
Saturday, Dec. 31st.
II. A; Widcmann vs. Ahin; as
sumpsit, 82187.30. Continued from
17th inst. for argument. Argued
and decision reserved. J. M. Mon
sarrat for plaintiff; W. R. Castle
BEEORE M'CULLY, J.
Saturday, Dec. 31st.
Awai (ch.) vs. J. M. C. Gilman;
trespass. Continued from yester
day. Judgment for defendant. W.
C. Achi for plaintiff; C. Creighton
S. J. Salter vs. Maui Michel;
damages $200.00. Decision re
served on 29th inst. Judgment for
plaintiff for $10.00, he to pay costs.
For the month Of Dec. 1887 :
The total number of deaths loportcd
for the mouth of Dec. was 50, dlstii-
butcd as follows:
Under 1 year.... 11
From 1 to 5 5
From C to 10.... 0
From 10 to 20... 2
From 20 to 80... C
From 80 to 40. . 9
From 40 to SO. . . 3
From 50 to CO... 7
From 00 to 70... 4
Over 70 a
Maks,27 Females, 23
CAUSE Or DEATH
Consumption.. . 4
Dls. of Heart.... 2
Exhaustion. ... 2
Hooping Cough.. 1
Old Age....?... 4
Number unattended 10
COMPARATIVE MONTHLY MORTALITY.
Dec, 1880 72
Dec.,; 18.87 fp
Outside , , ,. 0
Nou-ICcslilfiit, ..,.,..,,.., 4
Annual de;th rate per 1000 for month
fllM'll'.MMtMTM" fi 2(7
J, II. Brown,
Aacnt Board of Health.
HErTliORSE GOT THERE.
Frankle Cleveland won tho hearts
of her subjects by marrying n Pre
sident. Slio deserves credit for that,
but a Grand Forks (Dak.) lady won
tho hearts of the denizens of that
lively little city not long ago more
completely In half nn hour. She did
It with n horse. The lady drove a
aleepy-lookltm carrlago hor6o about
town on her shopping tours that, in
appearance, didn't look ns though
It could go n milo in n week. A
well-known citizen had a spanking
big team that was acknowledged to
be the swiftest in tho town. Tho
lady nud gentlemen met in society
frequently, and the latter never lost
an oppoittinity to chaff her about
her ill-lobklng horse. One day they
happened to drive up to a city drug
store at the same time.
"Sny," began the man as he
looked at the lad' and then glanced
nt the horse, "why don't you hitch
a snail to your carriage? It would
go faster than that horse nud look a
deuced Bight better."
"Yon havo 'guyed' mo repeatedly
about that horse," replied tho lady.
"Now I'll wager that I beat you in
a hnlf-milo race,"
"I'll bet you SlOyou can't.'"
"Wait till I drive homo and get
the money and I'll tako you."
"No'vor mind doing that; I'll loan
you the money," broke in a by
stander. The money was put up and a half
mile on a level street was chosen.
Half the town witnessed the race.
The fliers got nn even start and away
they went. The little horse spurted
at the start and took the lead. The
little beast's mane and tail fairly
stood up in the air as she went at n
Maud S gait down the Btretch. The
big team was not only beaten, but
in a straight race would have been
distanced. The town went wild.
They arc guying the man yet up in
that countr'.-fMinneapolis Journal.
THE PORTE AND TH MORMONS.
Several Mormon brethren arrived
in Constantinople, and submitted to
the Porto a proposal for their ad
mission in Turkey as a recognized
community, one of the pleas upon
which the demand is based being
the legality by Moslem law of a
plurality of wives, which tho Mor
mon sect also adopts. The Minis
ter of Justice has received this re
quest with great reserve, being ap
prehensive as to the consequences
which might accrue upon the intro
duction of a new icligious sect and
the moral effect which such a step
would produce in the civili.ed
world. It is considered impro
bable that the Mormon demand will
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrivo at Honolulu from San Francisco.
Australia January 10
Maiiposa January 19
Australia February 7
Zealandia February 10
Australia March 0
Alameda March lfi
Australia Apiil 3
Mariposa . April 12
Australia May 1
Zealandia May 10
Australia May 29
Alameda Juno 7
Australia June 2G
Mariposa July 5
Australia July 21
Zealandia August 2
Australia August 21
Alameda ." August 30
Australia Soptumbor 18
Mariposa September 27
Australia October 1G
Zealandia October 25
Australia November 13
Alameda November 22
Australia December 11
Loave Honolulu lor San Francisco.
Zealandia January 15
Australia January 17
Alameda February 12
Australia February 14
Mariposa March 11
Australia , March 13
Zealandia April 8
Australia , . . .April 10
Alameda May 0
Australia May 8
Mariposa , Juno 3
Australia , Juno 5
Zealandia July 1
Australia , July 3
Alameda July 29
Austuilia Inly 31
Mariposa. , , August 2G
Australia August 28
Zealandia .September 23
Austrulia , September 25
Alameda , . . . . ., October 21
Australia , October 23
Mariposa. . . , , November 18
Australia . .November 20
Zealandia. December JO
Australia..', December 18
Alameda (188!!).,. , , . Junuary 13
THE NEW TERM OF MSS
Tlilcle'n Kindergarten, will open
on Tucday, Jan. 3rd, at J22J4 Hcrotnnla
iibovo Alakeo,. 27
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will be giatufully iccclv,
ed (or tho mo of the inumte of the
Brunch Hospital for Lepers at luikimko,
or ut the Leper Bcttlmeut on SlololcaJ,
if left with J. T, Wuterliousc, jr.. at tho
Quccu Street Store. t&f if
RTAST3 BOAT BUILjDINO
8HOP. Rracnf L-nca. Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
JU rooms, No. 4 (Jin don Lnne, tlo
second door from Union street. Apply
cm tho promise. J 0 if
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
Dally UuIIqiIii Bl r'8 per month.
TF YOU WANT, A SERVANT.
X advertise in tlio Daily JIullktuj, '
I beg to state Unit it is ininobsibk' to announce a price
but my entire stock ot
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Gent's Furnishing Goods,
lias been reduced, and tho greatest inducements are offered. ' - .
Remember, it will pay you to visit the Temple of Fashion during this Great Sale.
Children's Cashmere Vests, short sleeves, extra quality, reduced from 75c to 25c.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's "Vests, in Balbrigan, Merino, Gauze, and all -wool full lines,
immense reductions. ' ;
Children's Sun Bonnets, from 50c to 15c. ; better qualities reduced 25 per cent. v r
Children's Lace Caps, reduced from 50c to 15e.
A splendid and large assortment of children's lace caps, sold tit cost, .P
Ladies' white wrappers, reduced from 2.50 to $1.75. .
Ladies' calico wrappers, only 75c. '
Special attention is called to my stock of Infant's and Children's "White wear, every article
in that line sold at cost price.
Misses' and Children's white dresses, only 50c.
Immense Bargains in Ladies' White Underwear.
Great Reduction im Embroideries, from 5c a yard up.
" " in every description of Laces.
" " in Linen, Cambric and Silk Handkerchiefs.
' in vi i1 ! rr lliinffniio limnnp -1n nrt nurt 1-H
ail it niuun v- in itiwiQj ui iv.i;o iuuuuv;u unu liuij.. x
11 " in Undressed and Dressed Kid Gloves.
" " in Lisle thread, Silk and Jersey Gloves and Mitts. rl (
Ecrue "Window curtains, reduced to 25c pair.
Corsets Reduced one half of former price.
Great Reduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and children's.
C f 11-, T.Oflinu? .rilcn.c tinrliimw! rnr lmlf
" k in Ladies' Parasols.
u ;,. ninviimia Aiiucnoi ,..i m,:i,i..,. C!...,. Tl
Linen Figured Lawn to close out tit reduced prices, 6 yards for 1.
DO NOT BUY YOUR DRESS GOODS UNTIL YOU LEARN OUR PRICES. i
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes will be sold at cost to close out.
During m?. ..Clearing Sale goods will be sold for Cash Only.
29 lm . S. 3BI3L3E2.3I01Ei:, 63 -Sc 65 Fort t.
" Bulletin" Summary
Dec. 23: No. 28.
60 Columns of Original Matter.
Is noV issued and will be found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing GO columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Soper, Mereliai.i' street,
A. M. Hewett, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Olllee.
THE undersigned have, by Died of
TruBt, dated Nov. Slat, 1887, teen
appointed Trustees of His Majesty's
S. M. DA3ION,
J. O. OAItTEH,
O. P. IAUKEA..
Honolulu, Nov. 30, 1887. 02 lm
ALL puilm having claims against
Ills Mnjoity'tt Elato are requested
tolmvclhdr accounts mr.ilo out hi de
tail, shoiu to iih to correctness, and pre
suut them to Col. C. P. Iaukeu, at the
olllco of II. M'sChumliorlaln, Honolulu,
within thieo months from tluto of tliiu
8. M. PAMON,
J. O CARTER,
O. P. 1AUKKA..
TrnHfcs of His Majesty's Estate.
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 1887. 02 3m
aMIK copartnership heretofore cxlsit
. 'lnglictMcu the undersigned .un
der tlio ilrm niunp and ciyle of 31, Phil,
lips &Co , has been this day dissolved by
irpitunl consent, ;A. Loewouberg retiring
The IniuncRS will ho continued ns
heretofore under tho same linn name,
hv M. Phillips & M. Green vhn atsnmo
all liubllit'ci aud collect all outstanding
accounts of 'ald Dim.
Dec Hist 1887. 29 -It
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT, corner Pensueola
and Lunnlllo Ms., which can ho
divided Into two or more building lots,
Enquire of G. WEpT,
1W54 Qf Vst. Dow Co.
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL advertise It lit the Daily LyiA.t.'
CLBAMHG SALE. -
Reduced in every department-
Boy's Clothing, Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, f75
House Furnishing Goods, IDtc., Etc., Etc., ,
in Flowers, Feathers and Tips.
in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, &c.
Ohoice French Home - Made Candies
Oli' EVERY JESCBIPTION.
Fresh Ciuuly Made Every Day.
Bon-Bons, Fancy Boxes,
Novelties, &c, for the Holidays
and arc carefully packed for Bliipmcnt to tho other Islands. Customers are
waited on piomplly and comteously nt
;lu:o-w ig-sen sc caoiv,
Fiesh Pop Corn Balls and Hiring Pop Corn Every Day. v
!7 66 Hotel Street, next to C. E. Willinms'. vt"
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
A Fine Line of
Just Received' at Hollister & Go.'s
A, large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands o?
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOKGS,
LUBIN'S, ATKINSON'S, .
EASTMAN S ALOIIA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o;
TEfor Sale., a-t 3R.c&cmajlle 3?xicesi
list of every article in my 'store?
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