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Tho Aroado EGAN & CO.
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FRIDAY, JAN. G, 1888.
Scln- Canute from Kuan
Schr aianuokawiil from Koolnu
Whnlur Josuplilno from n erulso
Schr Lukn from Kohnlu
Stmr Jus Miikco from Kapaa
Schr Kulainnnu from lnwvnll
Btmr Kuala for Walanno and Wahilua
at 0 a in
Stmr Walaleale for Kauai nt 5 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
JJktne W II Dlmond for Suit Francisco
From Hawaii and Maul, per steamer
W G 1 1 nil, January 511 F Gliide, O N
Spencer, Uan Foster, Bishop Willis and
boy, Fred Haley, Mrs JUS Martin and
daughter, Miss Martin, MlssM K Knlin
ulello, IT N Grcenwell, Mrs J Costa and
child, 0 J PIiuio, Mrs J W Kawewelle,
W Phillips, H Kawewelle, and 1C deck
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Canute 2,000 hugs sugar.
Stmr W G Hall 1,571 bags sugar, 57
bags awa, 115 hags cotfec, 30 head
caul.), 88 hides, (U goat skins and 4
The karkentlno S G Wilder, V W Kugg
master, arrived hero Wednesday morn
ing, 25 days jrom Port Townsend, with
493,413 feet of rough and 140,510 feet of
dressed lumber, and 100,000 W O shin
gles, to'llackfeld & Co. The Wilder had
six days of bud weather off the cape,
and was compelled to run inside for 12
hours. Since the six days of bad
weather hail storms and southwester
ly gales she has had light winds, calui3
and heavy !N" W swells. The Wilder is
docked at the Esplanade.
VESSELS IN PORT. '
II M S Carolina, Sir W Wiseman
U S S Vandalia, Hear Admiral Kimberly
U S S Mohican, Day
Bk Frederick, Kroff
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
Bk Hazard. Holland
Bktne W 11 Dlmond, Drew
Bktuc S G Wilder, Kugg
Schr W S Bownc, Ululun
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
There were five cases of violating
express rules in the Police Court this
It is rumored that Mr. Thomas G.
Thrum has been appointed Ecgistrar
The annual meeting and election
ot officers of the Chinese United So
ciety will be held this evening.
The sale of the ''Pacific Commer
cial Advertiser" has been postponed
until Saturday, January 14th.
Marshal Kaulukou is to be con
gratulated on tho appointment of
Mr. W. Larsen to tho police force.
The opening of the ladies' evening
at tho Yosemito skating rink has
been postponed on account of tho
The steamers Likeliko, Lchua, Ki
lauea Hou and Mokolii will bo duo
hero to-morrow morning, and the
Kinau on Sunday.
The Kapioluni Park Association
have advertised that they will not bo
responsible for any debts contracted
without the order of tho Secretary.
Many of the marksmen, who par
ticipated in the II. It. semi-annual
prize shooting contest on New Year's
Day, misinterpreted tho wind gauge
and of course had tho gaugo on their
rifles set wrong.
At a meeting of Company A, of
the Honolulu llilles, held last night,
tho following officers were elected:
Captain, J. W. Pratt; First Lieu te
nant, J. L. Torbettj Second Lieute
nant, Chas. T. Wilder.
Mr. W. M. Giil'ard, at Irwin &
Co.'s is tho solo agent for tho Item
ington Type-writer in theso islands,
llo is now prepared to furnish tho
machines, and instruct purchasers in
Mr. J. S. Walkor is established in
un olltco over Spreckels & Co.'s
bank, Fort streot, whoro lie conducts
tho Agency of tho Jtoyal Fire aud
Life Insuranco Company, Tho en
trance to the oflicfjja gained by a
stairway from tho street.
TjU burkentino W, II. Ditnond,
Captain E. P. Drow, Avill sail for San
Francisco tp-morrow at noon. Tho
Dimond is a splendid sailer, has good
accommodations for passengers and
a jolly good follow fo: a captain. Col.
Sam Norris, W. Miller, Mrs. Froist
com and two children and four stoor
ago passengers are booked to loavo
. . i
The wild cat spoken of in yester
day's Bulletin is yet aboard tho
Lilian; the vessel being in tho
stream tho cat cannot get off, The
arrival was discovered on the vessel
a few nights ago by Captain Duncan,
watchman of tho bark, and was en
trapped in tho cabin night beforo
-last and driven to a state-room, On
looking up tho history of wild catB,
this felino is believed to bo a domes
tic cat gone mad.
The Aroodo EGAN & CO.
The Display of Fancy Goods
Vov LailleH & UcntH,
Comprint; nil tlin must iottlnr styles
Lee Fook, who under oath before
Henry Smith, Esq., deputy clorl: of
the Mupsciue Court, wilfully and
knowingly made false statements
concerning the Chinese Habeas
Corpus case, was found guilty of per
jury in tho 2nd degree in tho Police
Court this morning, and committed
for trial to the Supremo Court.
THE WEEK OF PRAYER.
Friday, Jan. G. Special ser
vices of prayer mill conference at
the Central Union Church this even
ing nt 7:30 o'clock, anil to-morrow
at 11 a. m. Theme for this even
ing: "Consecration. All for Christ."
Luke 10 :27-29. Theme for to-morrow
morning: "Prayer for Nations."
Through one of the large plnte
glass windows of John T. Water
house's Queen street store-house,
may bo seen two cute and remark
ably tamo brown mice that scamper
about the window catching flics.
Notwithstanding the quickness of
(lies these mice succeed in catching
them and their actions are very
THE BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The weekly temperance meeting
has been necessarily interrupted for
the past three weeks, but it will bo
resumed to-morrow evening, when
the following programme will be
rendered in the Y. M. C. A. Hall
at G :30, provided ib does not rain.
Piano Solo May E. Dillingham
So g T. M. btarkcy.
Dialogue fltuulo Dexter.
Song Miss L. Dressier.
Heading Miss Prescott.
Duet Mrs. Paty, Mr. Starkey.
Character Recitation EvclynDcxter.
At a meeting of the Board of
Education held yesterday, at which
Hon. C. 11. Bishop, His Ex. W. L.
Green, Hon. W. D. Alexander,
Hon. S. M. Damon, the Inspector
General of Schools, and the Secre
tary of the Board were present, in
addition to the ordinary business,
the enlargement and repairs of
more country school houses were
ordered. The results of the recent
examinations of teachers held in this
city were submitted, and a resolu
tion was adopted to the effect, that
all Government teachers employed
in this city, who have been ex
amined, and who shall again fail to
obtain 75 per cent at the next ex
amination to be held six months
hence, shall cease to hold their ap
pointments under the Board.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Board of Representatives of the
Honolulu Fire Department was held
last night, Chief Engineer Chas. B.
A communication from Company
No. 5, giving the names of their
newly "elected officers, was accepted
and placed on file.
A communication from Company
No. 4, stating that they had complied
with the request of the Board, and
reorganized, by electing the follow
ing, officers: Foreman, J. II. Boyd;
First Assistant, J. J. Kuaana, Se
cond Assistant, W. Keawe, Secre
tary, J. M. Kaueaktia ; Treasurer,
J. Paaniani ; Delegate, D. L. Ka
lawaia. Read, accepted and placed
The motion to have a competitive
drill was reconsidered. It was de
cided not to have tho drill, but a
parade in full uniform on the 2nd of
A motion to appropriate S25 out
of the sick fund was lost. Notice
was given of a motion to amend
Article 21 of the Constitution, trans
ferring tho power to amend the Con
stitution from lho Fire Department
to the Board of Representatives, The
meeting then adjourned.
SUPREME. COURT-JANUARY TERM.
BEFORE JUDI), O. J.
Fiuday, Jan. G, 1888.
Tho Court opened at 10.05 a. m.
Cases No. G, 7 and 0 set before a
Hawaiian jury, today.
J. Okuu vs. J. M. Kaiailcawaha ,
replevin. On motion of plaintiff
continued until to-morrow. A.
Rosa, Attorney for plaintiff; W.
A. Kinnoy for defendant.
Minnie E, Miller vs. Christopher
K. Miller;- divorce. Motion of
plaintiff for statutory publication of
summons and continuance tin next
term. Motion allowed and order
made. O. CrcightQii for plaintiff;
no appearance for defendant.
S. K. Kahal et al vs. Mary S.
Rose. Ca9o being tried before a
Hawaiian jury, W. C. Acid for
plaintiffs; W. A. Kinney for de
fendant. L.I I-,- J II.H
READING FROM RICHT TO LEFT,
There was no doubt a good reason
for tho practice of the Hebrews to
read and write from right to left,
We have often speculated and in
quired about it, and while we could
not learn or discover anything ycry
tangihlo in regard to it, wc arc quite
convinced that tho most pertinent
reason lies in the fact that our vision
from right to left is much clearer
and stronger than it is from left to
right. Naturally, so we are in
formed, there is no dlffereuca hi
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
A'lncHt Custom Slatlo Clotlilnir,
Lntllcn' Uettt'H Hue Hlux'H.
nerve or in the optic "arrangement
of tho human eye between tho right
or left, cyo, yet our own inquiries
and observations show clearly that
wo nro all, or most of nil, disposed,
when wo take un article of merchan
dise or a picture or anything clso for
examination into our hands, to look
at it from right to left, and not from
left to right. Since wo have en
deavored to fathom this question,
wo can see quite an advantage to
tho eye by reading from right to
left. If we read from left to right,
tho parts read are yet continually
before us; while, if reading from
right to left, the parts read ure then
beyond our sight, and tho parts to
bo read are unobstructed in view.
Now, when wo write from left to
right, the lino wo are writing is
rather of a delusion to the eye,
while, if wo write from right to left
nothing is immediately in front of
our vision but a clear space. Even
the pen and its shadow cease to ex
ercise a less disturbing effect from
right to left, while from left to right
much annoyance is experienced by
men who have much writing to do.
Our observation shows that, un
aware, people use their eyes from
right to left whenever they go into
close examination of anything,
whatsoever that may bo; just as they
would naturally raise their right
hand in order to get a clearer sense
of feeling by touch. Hebrew
THE LARGEST SHEEP RANCHER IN THE
Griffith Edwards, a tall, fine-looking
ranchman, recently came East
on his way to England, of which
country ho is a native. He came to
this country a poor man ten years
ago, and now goes home to tell his
mother that he owns the largest
sheep ranch in the world. Ills ranch
occupies part of Wyoming and Utah
Territories and Colorado. Ho owns
over 100,000 sheep. He recently
sold $19,000 worth of wool to a pro
minent Philadelphia merchant.
WHAT IS AN ANEURISM.
An aneurism is a pulsating tremor
consisting of a sac or pouch into
which blood flows through an open
ing in an artery Aneurisms prove
fatal by their pressure on some im
portant part, or by bursting, and
allowing a sudden escape of blood.
Aneurisms are cured by a deposit
within the sac of fibrin from the
blood, a result which may bo pro
moted by the surgeon obstructing
the artery above the aneurism by
compression or by ligature.
CLEAN RAGS aud second hand
c.ulliini; will bo giatefuHy receiv
ed fur the use of Uio Inmates of the
lirunch Hospital for Lepers at Kukuako.
or nt the Leper Sittlmeut on Molokni
if left with J. T. Waicrkouse, jr., at tho
Queen Street S'ore. t& tf
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
i rooms, No. 4 Uaideu Litne, tbu
second door from Union streot. Apply
on the premises. 1 0 if
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
Dully Bulletin 51 cis per month.
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrive at Honolulu from San Francisco.
Australia January 10
Mariposa January 19
Australia February 7
Zealandia February 1G
Australia March G
Alameda March 15
Australia April 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 September 18
Mariposa September 27
Australia October 10
Zealandia October 25
Australia November 13
Alameda November 22
Australia ,....,,. .December 11
Leave Honolulu lor San Francisco.
Zealandia January 15
Australia January 17
Alameda , February 12
Australia , . . , . . February 11
Mariposa- March 11
Australia March 13
Zealandia..... April 8
Australia. , . , April 10
Alameda,., , . , . , May G
Australia .May 8
Mariposa.. ,,,,,......,... ..Juno 3
Australia .',.,, Juno 5
Zoalandia July 1
Australia July 3
Alameda : July 20
Australia July 31
Mariposa, .,..,,.,.; August 2G
Australia, , .August 28
Zealandia , September 23
Australia Soptpmbor 25
Alameda. . . . r- October 21
Australia October 23
Mariposa November 18
Australia .November 20
Zealandia ,....,, December 10
Australia December 18
Alameda . , . .(1889) , Junuary 13
Tho Arcaao-EGAN k CO.
IV'ou'Utock, Latent Htylcn to unit thu
Steam Works, Sunnv South
Tele, 1311 172,Mutuul24G.
Depot, Merchant Sheet.
Tele, ltcll 112, Mutual nop.
Tho iimlcvslgncd hiving initchnsed
tho uiifIuiss of tho Tahiti Li'innnndc
Work, tho depot has been removed to
No. 23 Merchant Street.
Allordctq I or Aerated Waters mniiu.
facturcd at the above establishment will
receive prompt attention.
J. K. HHOWX &. Co.
I O. IIojc 400. 1R2I)
Per Mariposn, from Now Zealand,
AND NOW ON EXHIBITION !
A Choice Collection of
I? XI Xt 13 J3 It IS X
Bulls and Heifers,
These animnls can be seen nt nny
time In u paddock near the Catholic
Cemetery, and nro ollcred at reason,
alilo rates by
21 2w W. Q. IEWIN & CO.
Mrs. A. M. Mellis
Having removed her Dressmaking
Mo. 7 Emma St.,
Will bo please I to see her fiicnils and
patrons there from and after January
Mutual Tolepheno 434 ; Boll 410.
Oi ill after Dec. 31, '87
MR. J. F. NOBLE
WILL CEASE TO DELIVER
"The Daily Bulletin."
All complaints, &c, i future,
must be made direo to tho Manager
of the Daily Bulletin ; and
Duo up to this day, Dec. 31 r,t, 1887
will bo colleoted by J. E. Brown &.
Co., whoso receipt for tho same will
bo recognized only.
Honolulu, Deo. 31, 1887.
WING WO TAI & CO.
al Xuunnu Ntrcct,
Have just received ex stmr ''Alameda,"
a eUoIco lot of
Embroidered Silk Tablo Covers,
" Pillow Cases,
" " Handkerchief,
Silk Sashes, Sandal Wood Fans, &c, &c.
AKoa large line of
Cina Matting, China & Japan Tea,
Camphor Turn Us, Kit t'tn Chairs,
Japanese fereens, Provisions, &c,
The Cosmopolitan Restaurant
Mew House, AJL Bethel Street
(Next Cuttle & Cooke's)
Biard, $5 r0 per week, 8.1 ct per meal.
$4 50 ' 25 eta "
The tahles urn uupplHl with every
delicacy uhtnlmihlo in tho market,
21 . 1'utroiDigu Millcli.'il, 1 in
MESSRS J E. HUOWS AOO. t.ro
authorized to enlleut Hccmmtx iluo
to mo, and their ivcelpt will lo a hiiill
A M. IIEWIUT.
Honolulu, Jan, U, IB if. 20 un
AFUHKISilED cottage of 5 rooms,
nlbo B lurj; rooms mltullo fur
lioiiscUeiplntr. Apply to J1HS. 1IK1J
IUHI), 124 IJeietaulii stn-ct. 28 2vv
Tho Aroade-EGAN & CO.
With the FlncHt IHNpIny or UooiIh
(1VPI HllOWII 111 ttllH KlllBlH
L bug-to state that it is impossible to announce a price list, of every article in iny,storeVv
but my entire stock of v ...
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Gent's Furnishing- Goods,
Boy's Clothing, Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes,
House Furnishing-Goods, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Has been reduced, and the greatest inducements are offered.
Remember, it will pay you to visit the Temple of Fasliton 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, Gau.e, and all wool full lines,
immense reductions. . ' .
Children's Sun Bonnets, from 50c to 15c. ; better qualities reduced 25 per cent. J , . -
Children's Lace Caps, reduced from 50c to I5c. .,--.v-,
A splendid and large assortment of children's lace caps, sold at cost, . . -.
Ladies' white wrappers, reduced from S?2.50 to 1.75. ' ' ' - ,.
Ladies' calico wrappers, only c.
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 while dresses, only 50c.
Immense Bargains in Ladies' White Underwear.
Great deduction im Embroideries, from 5c a yard up.
Eerne Window curtains, reduced
Corsets Seduced one half of former price.
Great Reduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and children's. ,'
" " " in Ladies' Jerseys, reduced one half. .-.- )'
" " in Ladies' Parasols. " ,;;
" " ill liliinlrofiB MicBoa' mirl flliilrlrmi'a Sh'nw TTnfc
Linen Figured Lawn to close out at reduced prices, 6 yards for 1.
DO NOT BUY YOTJE DRESS GOODS UNTIL YOTT LEARN OUR PRICES.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes will be sold at cost to close out.
During my Clearing Sale goods will be sold for Cash Only.
29 lm S. iJEJraiOJLIG.ia:, 63 Sc 65 JT'ort
Dec. 2!$. No. 28.
60 Columns of Original Mailer.
Is now issued and will he found to
bo an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing GO columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu aud
island news. There is no better paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription S2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant Htreet,
A. M. Hcwett, Merchant street,
and Uiim.ktik Ofllee.
THE undrrsifinril have', hy Deed of
Trust, dutul Nov. Ulst, 18&7. I een
appointed Trustees ot ills Majesty's
S. M. DAJION,
.1. O. OAIU'Ell,
C. 1'. IAUKE.V.
Honolulu, Nov. SO, 1887. 02 lm
ALL p ii tie having claims against
Ills M.ijeuy's EMato oro requested
lohavutlu'lr accounts nimle out In de
tall, sworn to us to correctness, mid pre.
cent thm to Col. C. 1', laiikrn, at the
olllnuof II. M'sCliumlorhiin, Honolulu,
within tin eo months from date of this
8. M. DAMON,
.T. O CAUTEH,
C. I1. IAUKEA,
Trut-ttes of Ills Mnieuty'u Estate.
Honolulu, Nov. 31, 1B37. 03 3m
THE copartnership heretofore cxUlt
lug between the undersigned un
der thu linn iiiuiio and siyle of Al, Phil
i&Oo, litis hcvii ihls day dissolved hy
mutual ennbuut. A. Louweuuuri; rttlriiig
Tlio buHticss will ho continued ns
heretofore under ilia same llrin niuiiu
hv M. Phillip fc M. Grti'ii who ussuine
all liahilit ui n ml collect ull outstanding
ucuouuts ul mid linn.
Deo WUl mi, 34 4t
FOR SALE !
ONE LA. HUB LOT, comer l'ensacola
and Luualllo Kts., which ."ciui ho
dividui into two or more building lol.
Kntpilro of 0. WEST,
lftf54 Of West. How & To.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X. advertise it iu the Daily Uui.LtariM
MISS P. TUXniiFAS
122)4 Jlcrcliuiia Slfcct,
Above Alnp.il St., left hand side. K)1m
TOR 30 DAYS
Reduced in every department.
in every description ot Laces.
in Linen, Cambric and Silk Handkerchiefs.
in "Window Curtains, prices reduced one half.
in Undressed and Dressed Kid Gloves.
in Lisle thread, Silk and Jersey Gloves and
to $1 .75 pair.
in Flowers, Feathers and Tips.
in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, &c.
Choice French Home - Made Candies
OJf EVERY DEBCaiPTtON,
Fresh Candy Made Every Day.
Bon-Bons, Fancy Boxes,
Novelties, &c., for the Holidays
nnd are carefully pacltcd for shipment to the other Islands. Customers are
Avnltt.il on pinmpily and courteously at
ITJJQV XGJ-SEJ1V c ORON,
Kie3h 1'opCorn Bulls and String Pop-Corn Every Duy.
17 G6 Hotel Street, neit to C. E. Williams'. 2w V
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
Fine Line of
just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOUGS,
BASTALAJS'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOG3STB
AEINA GBRMAK COLOGNE? &o. ,
Uoi Sale at Reasonable 3Prioes.
FOR SALE.- ,-
iSf& Klnwo Firewood, fn qua'nU
&s2Mtlt9 to suit purchasers.
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