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Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Tfio Arcade-EGA & CO.
Cnll nml Kxnintim lin
$12,00 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
To tliolr XctvNtnrr. Mcliiprny Illnok
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FKIDAY, JAN. 13, 1888.
Scliv Kauikcaoull from Hawaii
Brit bk Mlu from London
Sttur.Tns Mukcd fromJCnuai
VESSELS IN PORT.
II M S C.irollun, Sir W Wiseman
U a S Vniitlulla. Hoar Admiral Klmbcrly
S S Australia, Uoiullcttc
Ilk Frederick, Kroff
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bk Oalbarlcu, Perkins
Bk Hazard. Holland
BktPe S G Wilder, Rug
Sehr W S Bownc, Blulim
Bk Mln, MeCrono
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
This is ladies' night at tho Yosc
Mh. Burgess baggage express driver
was kicked by tho hoiso this morn
ing, and had one of his legs broken.
Exci:im:nt pasturage for a limited
number of hortcs can bo hud by ap
plying to Mr. J. M. Dowsctt, at
Bishop & Co.'s Bank.
It is believed that a bag of letters
for this port was accidently left over
at San Francisco; many expected
letters did not come.
Mu. Robt. J. Creighlbn will lcavo
for tho Coast on business by tho
Koyal Mail Steamship Zcalandia
sailing on Sunday.
Tin: S. S. Zcalandia will be duo
hero from tho Colonies en route to
San Francisco, any, time after 12
Mkssus. Barber and McLean an
nounce in to-day's isue that they
liavo no longer any connection with
tho Polynesian Restaurant.
Mr. William Boyd, engineer on tho
Steamer Surprise,and Mrs. Henrietta
Ryan wore united in marriage by
Rev. Dr. Bcckwith last evening.
Tiik society of tho Young People's
Christian Endeavor will meet to
night in tho parlors of the Central
Union Church at 7 :30 o'clock.
Tun Government have authorised
the transfer of tho books of general
literature from the Government Li
brary to tho Honolulu Library Asso
ciation. Dn. C. S. Kittredge, recently of
Hilo, and formerly connected with
the Survey Dcrmrlmcnt in Honolulu,
has opened an office in Santa Bar
bara. The huge organ for Kaumakapili
Church came by the bark Min to
day. The organ, which will ho put
up in about a month, will be fed by
bellows worked by water power. .
A humorous monthly in rhyme,
"Tho Owl," made up of local hits and
satire, will mako its first bow to tho
public to-morrow morning, and will
ho sold by carriers and at Hewett's
Miss Cosy Horn who, after a pain
ful illness, oxpired last Wednesday
night, was interred yesterday after
noon, in the Nuuanu cemetery, from
St. Andrew's Cathedral. The Bishop
of Honolulu oiheiated.
Mrt. H. R. Hitchcock's English
Hawaiian dictionary, just published,
fills what has hitherto been a blank.
To Hawaiian children attending Eng
lish schools it is invaluable, and to
foreigners learning Hawaiian it is an
Mns. Wicks, a member of tho W.
C. T. U. in tho Eastern States, ad
dressed tho society at its meeting
yesterday afternoon in the parlors of
the Y. M. C. A. hall. This lady took
a prominent part in tho Womans
Temperance Crusade some years ago.
Out of 2000 workmen in ono of
the principal machine shops in Hart
ford, Ct., 700 joined with tho manag
ers in a petition that tho County
Commissioners would licenBO no
liquor saloons in tho vicinity of those
shops. Tho petition was granted.
Tiik S. F. Call tells of a new motor
power in successful oporation in Pa
rallel' Point, near tho Cliff House. It
is tho invention of E. T. Stcen, and
utilizes tho force of tho wavos to
pump salt water from tho ocean to a
height of !150 feet above tho sea lovel.
Hero is a hint for tho residents on
tho Hamak'ua coast;
A vKKY.cnjoyablo Church social
took placo in tho paVlora of tho Con
tral Union Church last night. After
a short timo spent in music and lite
rary' exercises, tho audience while
being regaled with coffeo, cakes, etc,
passed tho tinio in feooial converse,
jfcj'i'ho rooms wore handsomely deco
. rated with flowers and ferns, that
&" joiit a very churmjng aspect tp tho
' wliolo aijair.
The "Studonts' Workshop'' for
December, 1887, contains tho follow
jng:Jll. P. Burgess, who has been
acting for somotimo past as foreman
-'of our Printing Oillee, has loft for
Oakhuul'whoro ho .intonds entering
tho 'Signs Oillcc,' Wo wish him suc
cess in his new field, and hope ho will
long retain happy memories of his
association at the Students' Homo."
Tho young gentleman is a son of Mr.
;N. F. Burgess, of this city.
At 12 noon to-morrow, Mr. Lewis
T. Lovoy will sell a pioco of land
situate on the Island of Maui, con
taining 025 ncres. Tho sale will bo
at Mr. Levey's auction room, corner
of Queen and Fort slreuls, and the
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following passengers are
booked to leave for San Francisco
by the S. S. Australia next Tues
day: S. D. Ives, tt. Zeiglor, M.
Phillips, Mrs. M. Hyman, H. W.
Ilyinan, II. J. Glade, wife, C chil
dren and nurse, T. Cramp, Miss
Ivers, A. R. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
D.1lVan Denburgh, Miss. E. A.
Arms, G. Dclbruck, Rev. L. B cclc,
M. Davis and Miss F. Winter.
At a meeting of the Fire Folicc
held last night, it was resolved that
tho corps as a body do not turn out
on pnradotlay, but those-who desire
to parade will do so. with tho Com
pany from which ho is accredited.
The secretary was instructed to
again communicate with the secre
tary of the Fire Department, in re
gard to an appeal to that body that
had been made by the Fire Police,
and as yet had not been noticed.
SALE OF THE " P. C. ADVERTISER."
Mr. L. J. Levey, auctioneer, will
sell the "P. C. Advertiser" to-morrow
by public auction, under fore-
closure of mortgage, with the con
sent of the stockholders. This is a
class of property seldom brought to
the hammer, and in the present
case it is undoubtedly a favorable
business opportunity to those who
take an interest in newspaper invest
ment. As previously stated in the
.Bui.i.ktin the plants and appliances
are perfect and in competent hands,
the "P. C. Advertiser" should be
come in the future, as it has been in
tho past, a very valuable property.
ENGINE COMPANY NO. I.
This Companj- met last night. Mr.
Toussant, First Assistant Foreman,
presided, and Mr. B. Ordenstcin
acted secretary. The secretary
having resigned, Mr. Ordenstcin was
elected to fill the vacancy. A com
mittee of 5, consisting of B. Orden
stcin, John Spear, Geo. Parker, S.
Whitman, and W. F. Williams, was
appointed to make arrangements for
the collation and parade on the 3rd
February, with instructions to re
ceive no contributions from any one
but members and ex-members of tho
Compan, or from members of the
Fire Department. The change pro
posed in the Constitution was ap
Tho, following officers of Hono
lulu (Jommandery No. 1. K. T. were
installed by Past Eminent Com
mander, H. J. Nolte, of Honolulu
Commandery No. 1 K. T. :
C. AV. Ashford, Eminent Com
mander. II. J. Nolte, Generalisimo.
E. D. Tcnny, Capt. General.
J. A. McCandless, Prelate.
II. II. Williams, Senior Warden.
Chas. Hammer, Junior Warden.
J. S. Walker, Treasurer.
Thos. E. Wall, Recorder.
James Dodd, Standard Bearer.
William Henry, Sword Bearer.
M. Eckart, Warden.
The Hawaiian Hotel was tho cen
tre of life nnd attraction last night.
Tho occasion was a complimentary
band concert to Captain Sir William
Wiseman and Olllcors of II. B. M.
S. Caroline. The external of the
building, as well as the internal, was
brilliantly illuminated. Colored
Chinese and Japanese lanterns, in
terspersed with incandescent electric
lights, hung all around the balcon
ies. The same description of .elec
tric lights also illuminated tho
grounds, being attached to trees in
the yard. Professor Bergcr had
prepared a specially good pro
gramme, and the band, stationed in
the grounds, rehearsed it in excel
lent style. The guests of the Hotel
and many visitors listened with do
light to the music from the balcon
ies, while streams of people wore
steadily flowing in and out of the
grounds from the beginning to tho
end of the concert. Frequent ap
plause attested appreciation of the
SUPREME COURT JANUARY TERM.
BEVOllE JUUD, O. J.
F"iDAY, Jan. 13, 1888.
The Cortrt opened at 10.04 a. m.
Hawaiian jurors in' attendance.
J. Oktiu vs. J. N. Kaiaikawaha,
rcplovln. Continued from 7th inst.
Matter being tried before a Hawai
A. Rosa for plaintiff j W. A. Kin
ney for defendant.
Jas. Hayster, drunkenness, $G.
Hort.& Steinet1 vs. Holzhouscn.
refusing to serve contract; oolercd
Jas. Dodd vs, Manuel de Gosorie,
action on note for $11)7.50; withdrawn.
Pacific Hardware Co. vs. P. C.
Jones, from lltli; withdrawn.
Sam Pamakuiki vs. Yair Sang,
from Dec. 10 ; action to recover a
watch or $10; judgment for defend
ant ; appeal noted.
Ashang vs. Lcong Wo Sing, as
sumpsit for $28.90; judgment for
DISTRIBUTION OF JAPANESE.
Distribution of Japanese Immi
grants Ex Wakanoura Maru, Dec.
ISLAND OP HAWAII.
J. M. HoriK-r it Sons !10 7
Jlonokaa Sugar Co L'O 7
W. II. Purvis & Co 10 2
Huniuula bliceu Station Co. 4 2
Hllo Sugar Co 50 11
Hutchinson Plantation Co. .GO 15
Hakalau Plantation Co 70 15
Pnnuhau Plantation 10 7
Kukalau Plantation Co ".!0
R. M. Ovcroud 'JO 10
WalakcaMill Co fiu 17
Laupahoehoe i-ugar Co -'5 7
Kukalau Mill Co 15 4
Uainakua Plantation Co.... 55 13
Papalkou Sugar Co : . 50 !)
Koliala Sugar Co L'O 1
Total for the island of Hawaii,
703, men 570, women 133.
ISLAl) or MAUI.
Reeiproelty Sugar Co 40 G
Olowalu Company 8 IS
liana Plantation Co 00 15
Haiku ugar Co 25 7
Pala Plantation i 25 5
Walluku Sugar Co 20 0
Total for the island of Maui,
202, men 208, women 54.
ISLAND OP 0A1IU.
Waianae Co 40 10
R. Halstead & Sons 20 5
Total for the island of Oahu, 75,
men GO, women 15. '
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
IColoa Sugar Co., G3 17
Kckaha Sugar Co. . 00 lit
Llhuc Plantation 50 12
Meier and Kruse 40 8
II. P. Faye & Co :t0 8
A. SWileox 15 4
Kaluahomi Co G
Waimea Sugar Mill ( o 20 5
Elcclo Plantation 30 7
Total for the island of Kauai 388,
men 314, women 74.
Total number of men shipped to
the various plantations 1,152, women
276; grand total 1,428.
THE OPIUM LICENSE.
Mr. Ho Fon, of the Hawaiian
Chinese News, believing that the
Bulletin Chinese translator gave
too much credit to the Chinese news
paper, in the opium item last even
ing, a representative of the Bulle
tin visited His Ex. L. A. Thurston,
Minister of Interior, this morning,
for the purpose of obtaining definite
information concerning tho opium
license. The repeal passed by the
last Legislature of the existing
opium law makes it subject to oil
rights existing in the license, and is
to .take effect only upon the expira
tion, cancellation or surrender
thereof. The licensee, Chun Lung,
has agreed to surrender his licenso
at the end of this quarter nnd to
then export, at his own cost, all
opium then undisposed of. He also
agrees notto importany more opium
between now nnd then; and also
gives the Government a release in
full for all possible claims for dam
ges, by reason of the abridgement of
his rights, arising out of any action
taken by the last Legislature. The
fee was $30,000 a year, and Chun
Lung had prepaid up to January
10 th inst. On the just mentioned
date Chun Lung paid to the Gov
ernment $7,500 for the quarter end
ing March 10th. The term of the
license was for four years, therefore
Chun Lung relinquishes or surren
ders two years and nine months.
ARRIVAL OF THE MIN.
The British bark Min, Captain
McCrone, arrived here this morning,
140 dayB from London. Heavy
weather was encountered in the Bay
of .Biscay. The fore part of the
ship was swept by the seas and the
head rail and other minor parts of
the vessel were carried away. On
Sept. 29th, on the 35th days' out,
crossed the Equator in 29.30 west.
Passed through the States of
Magellan in company with barks
Abemyct for Vancouver, and
Stockbridgo. for San Francisco.
Nov. 8d and Gth heavy gales ; ship
ped huge seas. Nov. 20th another
gale, cabin skylight broken ; large
quantity of water entered tho after
hold ; ship labored heavily. Next
day, considerable of deck fixtures
were washed away by heavy seas.
Nov. 29, at 7:10 v. m, another gale;
figure head carried away and other
damage done, the deck were flooded
and ship labored heavily. At mid
night the galley was broken into
and washed out by tho seas, Tho
vessel went into (50 south. Tho
bark Rene off Liverpool was spoken
in the Pacific on Pe(i. 17U), in 24. 4
south,, P4.J4 west-. Sho was li)8
ilfiyn Q) from Hamburg bound for
San Francisco and was short of
bread. Got the S. E. trades in 19.52
south and carried them to about G
north. Crossed the line Dec. 24,
in 117.20 west. Got N. 13. trades
in 9 anil lost them in 19.
Sighted Haleakala Tuesday Jan, 10.
The Min is an iron beam bark of
G23 tons register. She is 27 yearn
old nnd was formerly a tea clipper.
JOB PRINTING ol all klndi exe
cuted at the Daily Bulletin Oulco
BUSINESS ITEMS. , v . N ,--, -, . .. , 1
CLEAN RAGS anil scconil hand
clothing will bo gintefully receiv
ed for tlitj uso of Iho inmates of 'the
IJr.ineh Hospital for Lepers al Knknakn,
or nt tho Leper Sittliueut on Molokal,
if left with J. T. Waterhouse, jr., at the
Queen Street Sloro. utf tf
PHE DAILY BULLETIN -Tho
most popular pnper published.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDINa
SHOP. Rear of Lucas- Mill.
HE. PEOPLES' PAPER-Tl.e
Daily Bulletin 5) cis pur month
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
X; rooms, Mo. 4 Uaiileu l.uue, tliu
second door from Union sttuet. Apply
on the promises. lOif
ESSRS. DODD & MILLER
huvo just received cv Austinlia
another lot of Hiat " PHILAUKhPHlA
LAGER HEKR" In kegs, which they
are offering to their customers. 35 lw
PORSETS, FOR YOUNG AND
J for old, for stuutaml for lean, for
tall and for short, at Sachs' store.
NEW FLOUNCE EMBROID
crics, new bummer Lawns new
Combination Subs, just opened ut Saelu'
store, 101, Fort Street.
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrivo at Honolulu Irom San Francisco.
Mariposa January 19
Australia February 7
Zcalandia February 10
Australia. .'.. Match G
Alameda March 15
Australia April 3
Mariposa April 12
Australia May 1
Zcalandia May 10
Australia May 29
Alumeda Juno 7
Australia June 2G
Maiiposa July 5
Australia July 2-1
Zcalandia August 2
Australia August 21
Alameda August 30
Australia September 18
Mariposa September 27
Australia October 1(5
Zcalandia October 25
Australia November 13
Alameda November 22
Australia December 11
Lcavo Honolulu lor San Francisco.
Zcalandia January 15
Australia January 17
Alameda February 12
Australia Fcbiuary 14
Mariposa. March 11
Australia March 13
Zealandia April 8
Australia April 10
Alameda May 0
Australia May 8
Maripot-a Juno 3
Australia June 5
Zcalandia July 1
Australia Jtilv 3
Alameda July 29
Australia July 31
Mariposa August 2G
Australia August 28
Zealandia September 23
Australia September 25
Alameda October 21
Australia October 23
Mariposa November 18
Australia November 20
Zealandia December 10
Australia December 18
Alameda (1889) funuary 13
Mrs. A. M. Mollis
Having removed her Dressmaking
No. 17 Emma St.,
Will ho pleased to see her friends and
patrons tht-ru from and after Jauuaiy
Mutual Tolophono 484- ; .Boll 4-10. ,
MESSRS. J, E. HHOWN & CO. nro
uutliotlzcd to collect uccouuts due
to me, and their icceipl will hu a sulll
A. M. HEWEIT.
Honolulu, Jap, 3, 188.". 20 im
Per Marlposn, from New Zealand,
AND NOW ON EXHIBITION !
A Cholco Collection of
PURE Bit JED
Bulls and Hoifors,
These animals can ho si en at any
time In a paddock near llie LMhoilu
. Cemetery, and uiu o lie red al reason,
able rates by
21 2w W. O. IRWIN & CO.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are authorised to collect for tho
Honolulu June 8th, 1887, 67
GREAT "CLEfflft SALE. j
I beg to statu that it is impossible to announce a price lisl of every article in my-store,
but my entire stock of
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 Fashion during this Great Sale,
Children's Cashmere Yests, short sleeves, extra finality, reduced from 7;1c to 2oe.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Vests, in Balbrigan, Merino, Gauze, and all wool full lines,
Children's Sun Bonnets, from 50c to loc. ; better dualities reduced 25 per cent. "u . .
Children's Lace Caps, reduced from 50c to 15c. ' ;
A splendid and large assortment of children's lace caps, sold at cost, ' , ,' '
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 AVhite 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.
Ecrue Window curtains, reduced to 1.75 pair.
Corsets Seduced one half of former price. r
Great Reduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and children's. , .v '
" " in Ladies' Jerseys, reduced one half. ,
" " in Ladies' Parasols. '.!.
" " in Blankets, Misses' and Children's Straw Hats.
" " in Flowers, Feathers and Tips.
A.. J.X-. W.Uv, .... ...v...-., . , ,
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 at cost to close out.
During my Clearing Sale goods will be sold for Cash Only.
" Bulletin" Summary
Dr.c. 2:1. No. 28.
60 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will he found to
be nn 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 82.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Sopcr, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewett, Merchant street,
and Biii.i.ktin Oillcc.
rpHE undersigned have, by Deed of
Trust, dated Nov. 21st, 1887, 1 et-n
appointed Trustees of Ills .Majesty's
S. &. DAMON,
J. O. OARTKR,
O. P. IAUKEA.
Honolulu, Nov. SJ0, 1887. 02 lm
ALL puliu-i having claims against
His Mnjutiy's E-ttatc are requested
to have tlitlr ucuuunU inp.de out In lie
tail, tuoin to as to correctness, mid pre.
sent tliein to Col. 0. 1. latihea, at tliu
olllcu of II. M'b Chamberlain, Honolulu,
within Unco months lrnm date 01 tins
8. M. DAMON,
J. O. CAUTEIt,
O. I'. IAUKBA,
Tnit-tfcs of His Mujetty'd Estate,
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 1837. . 02 3m
npiIB copartnership heretofore txislt
X Ing between tliu undersigned un
der the llrm uauiu and Mylu of M. Phil,
lips &Co , has been litis day dbsolved by
mutual consent. A. Loewcnbcrg retiring
Tho bunness will bo continued as
heretofore uudcr the saino ilrm name
by M, Phillips & .M. Green who atstimu
all liabilities and collcet nil outstanding
accounts of haid Hi in.
Dec. Hint 1887. 23 -It
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHuE LOT. corner Pcnsncola
and Lunalllo Hts., which can bo
illvlilcn-lnto two or inoro building lota.
Knuulru of O. WEST,
1554 Of Wfbl. Dow&sCo
YOU FIND ANYTHING,
lUlvcrlUo It lu thu Daily Bui.lktjn
'FOE, 30 DAY!
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
B. F. EHLERS & GO.
k Fine Line of Holiday floods
Just Bsceived at Hoiiister Ik Co.'s
A. large assortment of
Comprising the well-lcnown brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOKGS,
EASTMAN 'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
PA11INA GERMAN COLOGNE, &0.
U'oi Ssisj-le jvfc I5,esxsoiin.lle 3Priee.
WING WO TAI & CO.
Ul Xtiuniiii NtriM't,
Have just received exsMnr "Alamedn,"
a choice lot of
Embroidered Silk Tablo Covors,
" " Pillow Case,
Silk Sashes, Sandal Wood Fans, &c, &c.
Also a largo lino of
China Mattincr, China &j Japan Tea,
Camphor Trunks, Italian Chairs,
JnpanobO Bcrecnp, Provisions, &c.
HOUSK and LOT, linns rcabonablo
inquire of T. W. IUnnIIih, Haw a.
linn Honp Work.
Luluo, Honolulu. ?o tf
- ,.H4 .
Steam Works, Sunny South
Telo.llfll 172, Mutual 215.
Dopnt. Merchant Street.
Tele, licll 172, Mutual SCO.
Talill LnraulB forks.
Tho undersigned having purchased
thu business of thu Tahiti Lemourulo
Works, iho depot has been removed to
No, 2! Merchant Street.
All orders for Aerated Waters monu.
facturcd at tho abovocslnbllbhiotat will
rccetvo prompt attention.
J. E. L1HOWN & Co.
P. O. Hox 400. 1820
DUIUNO my ahsenco from this kings
dom Mr. W. O. Pcicock will act
for me umltr full Power of Attorney.
O. 11. HOLLAND;,
Honolulu, Jan. 1 1, 16S8. CG at,
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