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Tbo Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
The Aroft4oHOAN & CO.
Tho Arcaclo-EGAN & CO.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
tVltli tho I'lm-Hl IMmiiIuy or tioiicN
over hIiowii in tlilH Ktitgitimi.
Jll!6 i TrtllXWH
r. 300 CORDS Algnroba or
a Klnwe Firewood, in rpianll
Call mid I'.xniiiinn tho
$12,00 Genfs Blue Flan'l Suits
XcwKtoelt, Latent Stjlcn toNiitt the
MtUuiic'fl late rcildrnce.
Wy Annlv to
.01 J. V. COLMJIW
To tlicli Sow Store, aieltiuniy Itlock
t 1 1 in.
WEDNESDAY. JAN. 10, 1888.
Jtui 11 '
Stinr Walalcale from Ktuiiu
Sebr Kaalokal from Lnbalna
Jan 11 . ,
Sttnr "W G Hull for 1ilmlnn, Maalnca,
Koim and Kim at 10 n m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmv Walalcale for Kllmtca, Hanalcl
and llanamaiiluatO p in
l-'or lllli ami whv ports, per stinr
Kinan, Jan 10 Hon J JUchnrtkon, .1 V
Brown ami wife, Mrs V P H:itiug9,
Miss It Mnkec, Mrs V 51 Glffaril, E M
Walsh, Mr Key worth and who. Uov
Kcaloha, MKs IJaniaitl, X (J Wllfonjr,
W S Tuny, TK Eldail, and about .".0
For Kauai, per bttur Mikaliala, Jan
10 Mrs Kotolien, child and nur.-e, W
Ulalsdcll, X Ourslod, V Augtuua, Miss
Soholz, MNs A P Jones, and about 40
For San FinucUco, per bk Coylon,
Jan 10-A G Kills, V B(!hllnr, Caiollno
llehliiiff, Master V llulilhi", Mts A
Beliltii;;, K holding, 1, Holding. 11 Wll
dendorf. For Maul and Hawaii, per stinr W G
Hull, Jan 11 Mrs Costa, Mrs Itiuilu
kou, lJ.in Votcr, Mrs Al Kroitas 15
Hughes, It It Cornwall, A T AtUinniii,
,'( Chinese and 75 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr Walalcale 700 bags of sugai. ISfi
bags rice, 1!)0 bags paddy, and 20
The bk Ceylon sailed for San Fran
cisco yesterday afternoon with 10,222
bags of sugar valued at $8'J,n20.20.
Arrivals at San Francisco: Dec 2-Jth.
S S Mariposa, 7 days from Honolulu ;
Dee 28th, S S Oceanic. 72 days from
Honolulu; Dec 29th, bk Lady Lampson,
.$ days from Honolulu; scbr Anna,
13 Jays from Kaluilul.
Arrival at Hongkong: Dec 20, bark
Edward May, from Honolulu.
Departure from San Francisco: Dee
31st, bgtne W G Irwin for Honolulu.
From Port Bhikcly, Dee .21st, bktne
Amelia for Honolulu.
Loading at San Francisco : For Hono
lulu, bktne S F Castle, bk Lady Lamp
son, and bktne Planter; for Jlllo, Dora
VESSELS IN PORT.
II M S Carolina, Sir W Wiseman
U S S Vandalia, Hear Admiral Kimbcrly
US S Mohican, Day
S S Australia, lloudlette
Bk Frederick, Kroff
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bk Caibarien, Perkins
Bk Hazard. Holland
Bktne S G Wilder, Bugg
Scbr W S Bowne, Bluhm
In Xapa. December 17, 1SS7, by Itev.
Richard Wylie, George Swit.er, of
Jlouticello, and Mrs. Lizzio Foster, of
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: U. S. S. Marion is now duo
here from Puniunn.
Mil. George Miles became more of
a daddy to-day : it is a boy.
Tiik schooner Wnimalu sailed to
day with material for u 'bridge at
The U. S. S. Moliican sailed for
Samoa this noon, to relievo the U. S.
Jilt, J. E. Ehlarts has been ap
pointed school agent for tho district
of Puna, Hawaii.
There will bo a .meeting of the
Ladies' Altar Society nt tt i. si. to
morrow, at tho Convent.
Tiinui: will bo n meeting of tho YV.
C. T. U. at the Y. M. C. A. hall at
2:30 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
Thkiii: will bo a meeting of tho
Myrtle Boat Club at tho hall of tho
Pacific Ilohe Co. this evening, ut 7:30.
Mil Malcolm Brown lias been
pointed a Notary Public fdr
Island of Ouhu, his oflico is at
All persons using Government
water aro notified that tho water will
bo shut oh" from tho city , from (i A.
M. to ! i, M., to-iuonow.
Ma. J. M. Sass intonils leaving tho
Hawaiian Inlands in a month or po,
for Eureka, California, whoio ho will
go into business with his brother.
Da. Anting is shortly to bo'mur
ried to a young lady in Hamburg.
Eeys of lie engagement came by tho
Cai't, 0. B, Holland announces
tliat Mr. C, Peacock will act for him
during his absence fioni tjio King
dom, under a full power of attorney,
A iiki'out reached this office this
afternoon, that William Lippineott,
tlio escaped lunatic, was caught this
morning, hidden behind tho Half-way
House, Nuuanu Valley.
At a meeting of tho Blue Ribbon
Leaguo, held last night, Mr. .), O.
Marchant was elected secretary, Mr.
W. O. Atwater appointed a member
of the entertainment committed, and
MesBic, N, Logan, W. O. Atwater,
and J. A. Dower a nominating com
nsittco tc submit a libt of officers for
election at the annual meeting.
roliuTu tUuTTitf in
Tin: following paspengors ale bonk
ed In leave for San Francis-co per i.
S. Zi-.tlaitiliii on tho 15th hint.: Mr.
.1. Lyons, Col. llnbart, ('apt. Hitukin,
Mr. Lowenboig ami Air. Kiii'lndi'.
JXTKM.WKNCi: of till! successful
lluating of lliu Honolulu stieet rail
way in London is to hand, and we
hope to leal n further pnrlit'iiliiin
from the pronioleis, to appear in our
issue of to-morrow.
A Chinese informer went lo the
Police .Station last night and tillered
to point out a place where a game of
tan was being played. A pipiad of
policemen followed (lie informer to a
house, and captured two men; about
Tin: San Fr.incisco "Musio and
Drama" says that Chirk' Specialty
Co. and the Cogil Bros., both known
hero, aro playing to full houses in the
Colonics. Wash Norton who came
here with a upccially Co., some time
ago, was to have left San Fiancisco
for Yokohama an Dec. illst.
Mi:. .las. F. Morgan will hold a
regular cudIi tale at his bales room, at
10 A. M. lo-inonow. At this sale a
large and varied assortment of mer
chandise will bo tillered, consisting in
part of mockery and glassware,
clocks, dry goods and clothing, musi
cal instruments, and a choice lot of
books. Also at the same place at 12
noon, will be sold, two carriage
horses, one ma re broken to saddle
and harness, and ono truck.
The latest quotation for sugar
was the same as on November iiuid,
which was Jc. for 9G test. In
New York Cuba centrifugals were on
December 31st, fie. for 1)0 test.
The latest London quotation for
beet, was 10s. !lil.
There is a strong position of all
the markets outside ol the United
Itcfincrs aro "holding off, only buy
ing an occasional cargo of low grade
SUPREME COURT JANUARY TERM.
m:roni: .iuiu), c. j.
The Court opened at 10 a. 3t.
Hawaiian jurors in attendance.
Benjamin Kalioopai vs. Samuel
NY. Kaai, criminal conversation.
Matter being tried before a Ha
waiian jury. W. A. Kinney for
plaintiff ; Neumann anil Itosa for
HONOLULU YACHT & BOAT CLUB.
At the annual meeting of this
club held last night the following
ollicers were elected for tho ensuing
year: Commodore, J. H. Paty;
Vice-Commodore, M. P. Iiobiusou ;
Captain, J. II. Wodchoiibc, Jr. ;
Secretary and Treasurer, E. I.
Spalding. E. Giffard was appointed
measurer. Executive Committee,
II. M. Whitney, Jr., C. 11. Wilson,
L. J. Levey, 11. Ordciiblein anil O.
G. A. R.
At a meeting of Geo. W. DeLong
Post G. A. U. held last night, the
following ollicers were installed by
N. B. Emerson, A. A. G.
P. C, y. V. Ashford.
S. V. C, W. F. Williams.
O. D., F. Turrell.
O. G., L. Adler.
Q. M., 1L J. Greene.
Adjutant, J. K. Noble.
S. M., F, Sherman.
Q. M. S.,T. Short.
After the business of the meeting
iiad been brought to a close the
Comrades, on invitation of P. C,
Ashford, adjourned to tho Elite Ice
Cream Saloon, and were regaled with
Ice Cream, etc.
Mr. Win. Benny Watson, of
Glasgow, accompanied by Mrs.
Watson, Miss Mirrlecs and maid,
arrived by yesterday's steamer, and
will remain here a few weeks, visit'
ing tho" Volcano, Maui, and other
points of interest. Mr. Watson is
tho managing partner of Mirrlecs,
Watson & Co., since Mr. MirrIeo3'
retirement from active business
life. Mr. WatBon holds many pub
lic positions of trust and responsibi
lity in Glasgow; among them,
Director of tho Clyde, Chairman of
the Glasgow Directors of the Mid
land Railway (one of the three great
English lines), Director of the
National Bank of Scotland, and
other similar positions. The firm
of Mirrlecs & Watson arc the largest
manufacturers of sugar machinery
in the world, and their name is
familiar on every sugar estatp on
thqso islands, to nearly all of whom
tieir machinery has been supplied,
Mr, Watson and his party will leave
this place for China and Japan, on
a voyage around tie world,
Einioit Biu.i.ivris: Plcaso allow
me space in your issue of to-day to
thank Mr. Geo. A. Hobinson pub
llcally for his neighborly manner in
calling my attention to nuappaieut
neglect or oversight on Hie part of
somo ono connected with the Wood
lawn Dairy & Stock Company, and
permit me to add for the relief of
tho community that s.) far as I
know, tho above named corporation
havo no mortgage on the public
roads, and therefore do not intend
to fence them in at present. If "by
Gents' Furnishing Goods
KliH-xt (Inxtotn rtlmti; Clollilnc.
l.iitlles" i!V ciiI'n I'liic Shoe,
neighbor should ever he annoyed
in consequence of the neglect, or
oversight of any one directly or in
directly in my employ, a less public
way of calling my attention lo such
mailers would from my standpoint
be more consistent villi a neigh
11. F. Dll'.MN'flHAM.
DEATH OF mANNIHD.
a urn or
IIAUD WOltK AND ACTIVITY
Mr. Manning (-coined to rally and
brighten considerably this inuining
lo the surptise of the family, and
about 1 o'clock this afternoon his
son James II., who had been up
watching at .lii.s bedside, almost
without rest, went out for a short
walk in the fresii air. Ho relumed
in a few minutes, and entering the
room where the nurse and patient
were, discovered that his father was
breathing faster, with shortened
breath. The mark of death was on
his countenance, and, though Man
ning had repeatedly requested his
fajnily not to witness his passing
away, it was deemed best to sum
mon the household, and in the pres
ence of his family, at 1 :'i 1 o'clock
this afternoon, he quietly and gently
ceased to breathe.
the eur.siiiEXT's sonuow.
Washington, Dec. 21. The Pre
sident this afternoon ordered the
Hags at half-mast on all the public
buildings in Washington out of res
pect to Mr. Manning. He also .'cut
the following telegram:
Washington, D. C, Dec. 21, '87 f
To Mas. Daniel Manning, Al
hanv, N. Y. Though in this hour
of unutterable grief your sorrow is
too sacred to be shared and too deep
lo bu readied by eaitbly comfort,
may I express to you my -sincere
and lender sympathy, saddened by
my own aflliction al the loss of a
true and trusted Jriend and loyal
associate, who but lately stood at
my side in tho discharge with pat
riotic zeal of his solemn public
Daniel Manning, ex-Seci clary of
the United States Treasury, was
born at Albany, N. Y., August 10,
18U1. Losing Ids father at an early
age, he was compelled to support
himself. He started to work as an
apprentice on the Albany "Atlas,"
a paper afterward merged, into the
"Argus." He worked his wny up
through the composing-room to the
reportorial and editorial staff, and
in 1873 he had second control of
the paper, and subsequently became
President of the Argus Publishing
Company. His work during the last
Presidential canvass, while a mem
ber of the National Democratic
Campaign Committee, and the suc
cess which attended the work of the
committee, which was principally
controlled by Mr. Manning, placed
his name in borne prominence. Mr.
Cleveland knew Mr. .Manning's
abilities probably belter than did
others of his intimate fiicnds, and
recognizing his abilities placed him
in charge of the United States Trea
sury, which position he was forced
to leave by illness. It is well known
that Mr. Manning's illness was
brought on primarily by unremit
ting attention to his duties, which
kept him confined at his desk from
twelve to tourtceu hours every day.
He ussd to lie in tho odice from 8
until 0 and then take home woik
with him which ho would do after
dinner until after midnight with his
stenographer. A largo part of his
time was taken up with hearing and
answering the applications for
olllee, and ho devoted himself with
unflagging energy to reorganizing
tho department; and cairylng out
the reforms decided upon between
the President and himself. He was
warned again and again that his
health would not stand the strain
and 'that Secretary Kolgcr had
broken down because ho had un
dertaken lo do too much, but Man
ning refused to bu taught until the
blow fell which has ended in his
death. r.S. V. Bulletin.
Bucharest, Dec. 27. Gladstone
arrived at Dover to-day on his way
to tho Continent, A small crowd
assembled at the depot. Gladstone
wan greeted with hoots. A number
of roughs outside Hie depot threw
snowballs at him, none of which,
however, btrucH him. A delegation
ot Kentish Liberals' waited upon him
at the Town J lull and presented him
with an address,
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN -The
L ni'i-l popwliir piipi'i- iiiIi11r1ii-(1.
CI LEAN RAGS tuitl bt-coml hand
' cloiliing will liu grutufully it'cciiv.
uil for lliu uso of lliu lnm:it(M of lliu
lSnuiL-li Uo.plinl for Lqiura al ICuUtiuko,
ur ill tlio Leper Hittlmciit on Molnliiii,
if left Willi J. 'l Wuli'ihoiihu, jr., lit tlio
Queen Stiuct Htoru liVf if
RYAN'S J30AT BUILDING
SHOP. Kiiirof hmui' Mill.
rpHE PEOPLES' PAPER-'Hio
J. Uatly UulJuilu O'J els per muaik.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
13X Ii'ivo ust luculvctl ev Australia
unolhPi lot of -1 hi "I'lllLADKU'llLY
LAGEH HE Ml" in UeK-, which they
arc tillering to their curloiucrs. JJ5 lw
CORSETS, FOR YOUNG AND
J for old, for stout and for lean, for
tall and for s-hort.ai Sachs' store.
NEW FLOUNCE EMBROID
crlcB, new Summer l.iwns nmv
Combination Suits, just opctiitlnt Sacha'
stoic, 101, Port Street.
1 BARGAINS IN TORCHON
J LuuiB, 10UU yiuds or Linen Lace,
slightly soiled, at a sicrltlce at Suelis'
store 101 Korsl fctruol.
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrivo at Honolulu Irom San Francisco.
Matiposa lanuary 111
Aufctialia February 7
Zealandia February 10
Australia Maich (i
Alameda March 15
Australia April II
Mnriposi April 12
Australia. . ,
Alameda . . .
Australia. . .
Mariposa. . .
Australia. . ,
Austialia. . ,
Alameda. . .
Australia . . .
Maiiposa. . ,
Australia . .
Alameda. . .
. . September 18
. . September 27
. .November 111
. .November 22
. . .December 11
Lcavo Honolulu for San Francisco,
Zcalandia January 15
Australia January 17
Alameda February 12
Australia February 1-1
Mariposa March 11
Australia. , Maieb l!t
Zcaluudia April S
Australia April 10
Alameda May 0
Australia May 8
Australia June 5
Zcahindia July 1
Australia . Jul v ')
Alameda fuly 2!)
Australia v Inly ill
Mariposa . August 20
Zenliindia .September 21!
Australia. . . . : September 25
Alameda October 21
Austialia October 21!
MaiipoMi November 18
Australia November 20
Zealiiudia December 1(5
Australia December 18
Alameda (18S0) Funuary V.
Mrs. A. M. Mollis
H.ivh k removed her Diesjninklng
Ho. 17 Emma St.,
"Will be please 1 to sec her fiicnds and
pntions there from and after January
Mutual Telephony 484 ; Bell 410.
MKSSKS .T. K. WIOWN & CO. nrc
authorized to collect accounts due
to inc, nnil their lcccipl will bu a sufli-
A. M. IIEWK1T.
Honolulu, Jan, !), 18SH. '-'0 lm
Pur Mariposa, from. Now Zealand,
AND NOW ON EXHIBITION !
A Clioico Collection nf
PUBIS 13 K 10 J
Bulla and Heifers,
These imlmuls ca'i lm hcii at any
llllic hi a pnildocl; near die Cilhu!!"
CiMiiulory, and aru ollerol in ruiiMin.
aldu rates by
w , W. G. IRWIN Si CO.
WING WO TAI & CO,
ii4 Xiiiiamt Ntruet,
Ilttvo jiibt rcceivwl cxsliur "Aluiniidii,"
ii uliolcu lot of
Embroidered Silk Tablo Covors,
" ' Pillow Cases,
" ' Handkorchiels,
Silk Saslics, Sandal Wood Fans, &c &e,
Al-'ia largo line ol
0 ina Matting, China & Japan Tea, '
Camphor Tiunlts, Italtin Clinirrf,
.lupanuho Bcicciip, l'iovitlon, Ac,
li.'i I in
' TO KENT.
AFUHNISHKDcottugo of C rooms,
nlbo tl lurgu rooms Eiilliillu fur
Imiifu-UcipFlii;. Apply to MH8. UKH
DAKU, 124 Ucrctauitv Btrcct. 28 2v
TJE'MPiB Of FASEIQW
Goods Reduced in every department.
I beg to state that it is impossible to announce a price list of every article in my, store,
but my entire stock of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Gent's Furnishing- Goods,
lias been reduced, and the 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 7oc to 25c.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Vests, in Balbrigan, Merino, Gauze, and all wool full lines,
Children's Sun Bonnets, from nOc lo loc. ; better qualities reduced 25 per cent.
Children's Lace Gaps, reduced from 50c to lw. -
A splendid and large assortment of children's lace caps, sold at cost, ' '
Ladies' white wrappers, reduced from 2.50 to $l'.7u.
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.
Jiicrue Window curtains, reduced to .?.o pair.
Corsets Reduced one half of former price.
Great Reduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and children's.
Linen Figured Lawn to close out, at reduced prices, G yards for 1.
DO NOT BUY YOUR DRESS GOODS UNTIL YOU LEARN OUR PRICES.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes will be sold accost to close out.
During my Clearing Sale goods will be sold for Gash Only.
29 lm . EieOEgX-.IGII, 63 fc 65 Fort St-
Dr.c. 2!i. No. 28.
60 Columns of Original Mattor.
Is now issued nutl will ho found to
he an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing CO columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. Thero is no better paper
published in the Kingdom lo send to
friends abroad. Subscription S'-.fiO
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Sopor, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilcwett, Merchant street,
and Btj,j,r.Tl.N' Otllcc.
rpilE iimUrrfigmd lmvc, hy Died of
JL Trust, dated Nov. 21st, 1867, lieun
appointed Trustees of Ills .Majesty's
S. M. DAMON,
J. O. CAltTKIt,
C. 1'. IAUKEA.
Honolulu, Nov. SO, 1887. 02 lm
AL1 pntliM having claims against
Ills M.iju.iy' Kiliitu aru requesteil
to Inive tlnlr iiccounu nmilu out in do
tall, suiiru io as to coirectness, nnil pre.
bent tlium to Col. C. 1. laukeii, at llics
olllcu of II. .M'sCh'iuilierlnin, lUnohilu,
within tluuu months from date of this
S. M. DAMON,
.T. O, OAHTEIt,
C. V. IAUKEA,
' Trust. u of Ills MnJcfcty's Kslnto.
UoiiDlulii, Nov. 21, mi. 03 lliu
alIEcopnilnewlilp heretofore CNhlt
. Injjlietweeu the undersigned un
der tho ilrm mime and biylo of SI. l'lul.
lips &Co,, has been this day dissolved hy
mutual consent. A. Loewonbcrg retiring
Tlio buunesH will bo continued ns
heretofore under tho game firm name
by M. I'lilUips fc M. Green who iitRumo
all liabllit'es and colleol all outstanding
accounts ot Eiiid firm.
Deo. Illst 1887. 2S -It
FOR SALE !
ONE LAllQE LOT, corner Pcnmcola
and Lunalllo Hts., whlah nun bo
dlvldtti Into two or nioro building lota.
Eiypilroof Q. WKST,
1 crs O f est , Dow k Co.
X advertise It hi the PAtnv Hullut:
m A 1 Pi
I-FOR 30 DAYS"
T.Mlwit-' AIlUL'iu' illlf 1 Hill
lil J-JllVt0 ) illlOfWO tIV VJIIIUI
House Furn'Hhinjr Goods', Etc., Etc., Etc.
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 Mitts. ' :
m Ladies Jerseys, reduced one halt.
in Ladies' Parasols.
in Blankets, Misses' and Children's Straw
m Flowers, v eathers and Tips.
in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, &c.
Choice French Home - Made Candies
Ol'1 J3VJ31tA' DJiSCKIl'TlON.
Fresh Candy Made Every Day.
Bonbons, Fancy Boxes,
Novelties, &e., for the Holidays
and aro carefully packed for shipment to the other Islands. Customers aro
m waited oil promptly and courteously at
xjeno w xGJ-siuisr &z cron,
Kicsli Pop Corn Halls and Siring Pop-Corn Every Day.
17 06 Hotel Street, next to C. E. "Williams'. 2w
B. F. EHLERS &-G0.
ine Line of
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A. large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE &.CO., LUNDBORGS,
. EASTMAN'S ALOIIA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FAIONA GERMAN COLOGNE, &a.
For Stile nt Ifcenoiille DPrices.
1302 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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