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fflio Aroado-EGAN & CO.
New Store, New Goods
MM Awoda-EGAN & CO.
Onll nuil Bxnmlne tho
$12,00 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
TIw ArcadoEGAN & CO,
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Fluent Custom aiatlo Clollilnc,
Mullen A Ucnt'n l'InoHliocH.
The Aroado-EGArM & CO.
Tho Ai'oado-EGAN & CO.
With tho l'lm-Kt IllHiilny or CooiIh
over hIiomii In thin Klnurtom.
ttnft rnDfte Alonwihn. n
f8& Kiawo Firewood, in quaint
Wvi tics to suit purcnasers.
Now Stock, Latest Ntjlcs to suit tho
Mr. McGuirc's lato residence. 80 lm
MONDAY, JAN. 23. 1888.
Stinr Kinati fiom Windward ports
Stmr Allkahnhi from Knunl,
Stmr Kllanea Hon from llumakua
Stmr Jas Makeo fi om Knpaa
Tciu Eva from Etucka
Schr Kaalokal f i om Kauai
Schr Kaultlua fiom Kauai
Schr "V S Bowno for San Francisco nt
10 a in
Stmr O K BIsliop for Wnlanne, Wahilua
mid Koolau at 5 p m
Stmr Llkcllkc for Kaluilui mid liana at
5 p in
Stinr Mokolli for Molokal at 5 p in
Stmr Kaala for Walanaennd Walahin, at
0 a in
Stmr Kllanea llou for Hamakua at 4 p m
Stmr Lelnia for Hamakua at 5 p m
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kinau for IIllo and way poits at
4 p in
Stmr Miknbala for Kauai at 5 p m
From Hawaii and Maui, per steamer
Kinau, Jan 22 WD Cohoine, .IS Cone,
llrs A Pferduer, l-ather Leon'or, W S
Terry, II 1' Wood and daughter, Hon S C
Luhiau, Mrs II M Alexander, Miss L
Alexander, O Copp, Mis J S Lemon and
daughter, 0 W Baldwin, (J Bosse, T E
Evans and 49 deck.
From Kauai, per steamer Mikahala,
Jan 22 A Dreicr, C N Spencer, Mrs H
Isenberg, Miss Irishman, Miss A Wcbkc,
J Alapai, S W Mahawi, Mr Hutchinson,
0 Apoi, U V Vogel, A Omsted, A Sago
and wife, and 55 deck.
For the' Colonies, per steamer Mari
posa, Jan 21 Ed llore. Steerage 0
F Simmonds, W Faningcr, G Giant, S
Carr, L Duval, 2 Chitiesc and 57"pas
Bengers iu transit."
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS. '
Stmr Kinau 3,522 hags sugar, 10,000 ft
ohia lumber, G walu aw a, 40 hides,
1G2 bags spuds, 51 bags cdm and
75 pkgs sundiics.
The baik Atlanta and bktno St Lucie
have been chaiteicd to ictuin to Hono
witk lumber for Lowers & Cooke.
VESSELS 111 PORT.
H M S Caroline, Sir "V Wiseman
U S S Vandalia, Rear Admiral Kimberly
Bk Caibarien, Peikins
Bk Lilian, Duncan
Bktne S G Wilder, Eugg
Schr W S Bowne, Bluhm
Bk Mln, McCrone
Bgtne W G Invin, McCullocb
Bktne Planter, Penimau
Bktne S N Castle, Hubbard
Schr Eva, Aimstrong
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. Business is eaid to have left
town for a vacation.
Rally mombeis Company B, Ho
nolulu Itiilcs. Batallion drill this
A number of Samoan sketches ill
black and white by Mr. J. D. StronjJ,
may be scon at King Bros'.
Seventy head of cattle, 30 on tho
Loliua and 40 on the Kilauea Hou,
leave to-day for Kahului, Maui.
Mr. C. Ah Hee, proprietor of the
Club House dining parlors, has an
important advertisement in to-day's
A horse, saddle and bridlo has
been found, which tho owner can
'have by calling at Frank Ludswiko's,
Queen strc'ot. '
There will.bo a mail despatched
from the. Tost Office for San Fran
cibco by the AV. G. Irwin to-morrow,
closing at 11 a. si.
The Qifartorly and Annual meet
ing of tho Pacific Hardware Co., will
be held at tho ofiico of tho Company
on Monday, Jan. 30th,
The schooner ltosario .which lias
beon plying between San Francisco
and Kahului for some timo past, has
changed owners, and is going north
A yellow Hag flying from tho old
Dudoit house on tho Hotel grounds,
yesterday, contained tho words,
"Quarantine Club." A
t sporting: man says that $200
havo been put up on n Vandalia
' pugilist, who offers to fight Hono
lulu'u champion to a finish.
. i . i .
Arrangements for tho hop to bo
given by Company A of tho Hono
lululu Bides, on February 22nd, aro
complete, and all that is wanting
now is tho arjival of tho duto.
It was currently loportcd about
town this morning, that a man was
found drowned. On working up tho
case it was discovered that tho follow
tried to drown himself by pouring
whiskey down his gullet, but ho was
rescued in timo and lodged in tho
The entortainniont given by tho
Blue llibbou League on Saturday
night last, was well up to tho usual
standard of theso popular entertain
ments. The programmo was well
arranged, and overy number was
encored. Dr. Bcckwith mado the
address, which was listened to with
Three whalers wcio scon off South
Point, Komi, last Friday. Ono had
boats down iv sign of a whnlc.
Tin: biig Lurlino loft Hilo last Sa
turday, for San Francisco, with 050
tons of sugar, and Mrs. Lehman and
H daughter as passengers.
The Southern California boom
fever has reached tho Inland of Ha
waii, where real estate is booming
in anticipation of Wilder's railroad
The 10,000 feet of Ohia lumber
that came by the steamer Kinau yes
teulay is from Pohoiki, and will be
used in building wharves and bridges
The Koyal Hawaiian Band will
give a conceit this evening at 7:30
o'clock at Emma Square. Following
is the programme :
Mai ch Express Noldhardt
O vei turc Slavonian Till
Finale BelUai lo Donizetti
Selection Bohemian Girl Balfe
Selection Grand Duchess. . .Opfcnbach
Waltz Nation Gcnco
March Nanou Gcncc
SUPREME COURT JANUARY TERM.
BErORK JUDD, C. J.
Monday, Jan. 23, 1888.
The Court opened at 10:15 a. si.
Foreign and Hawaiian jurors in at
tendance. Augusto do Rcgo vs. J. W. Ala
pai, trespass. Being tried before a
mixed jury, will be finished early in
V. V. Ashford for plaintiff ; "W.
O. Smith for defendant.
Monday, Jan. 26th.
Geo. Patterson , assault and bat
terly on Geo. Engelhardt Saturday
For drunkenness, Chas. Padding
ton, Frank Roach, and 2 natives,
paid the usual penalty.
Ah Ning, larceny of a silver
watch from Ah Tai, on Satuulay,
continued to 24th, bail $200.
Chas. MiOchel, larceny of a num
ber of articles fiom J. Morgan on
Nov. 5 ; continued to 2Gth.
Frank May, charged with assault
and battery on bis wife, Saturday,
Two native casos on remand were
APPLES! APPLES! APPLES!
Mr. Jas. F. Morgan will sell to
morrow, at his salesroom, fresh Ca
lifornia apples ex Mariposa. These
apples arc of superior qualitj', and
will be sold in quantities to suit.
Here is an opportunity for house
keepers to get a good article at auc
DRAGGED TO DEATH. ,
Information has been received of
a Portuguese boy who was dragged
to death by a mule at Waiopai
Ranch, Maui, the other day. The
lad had slipped a rope, to which the
mule was tied, over his wrist with a
running knot. Tho animal became
frightened and ran. The boy
kept his feet for about two hun
dred yards trying all the time
to release the rope from his wrist.
"When a ditch was reached tho boy
lost his footing and was killed.
A BARK IN TROUBLE.
The bark Hope, Capt. Penhallow,
arrived at San Francisco on January
Cth, after an eventful run down
from Port Townsend. During the
passago the Hope was struck by
a gale and her rudder head carried
'away. Her deck load of lumber,
1G.000 feet, was thrown overboard
to lighten the ship. The vessel was
docked in San Francisco on tho
above day, leaking at tho rate of
three inches an hour. Tho throwing
overboard of tho deck load occa
sioned a loss of lumber to the ship
pers and a loss of freight charges to
THE "PLANTERS' MONTHLY."
No. 1, Vol. 7, of the "Planters'
Monthly" is out. This is tho first
number issued under the new ar
rangement. Tho pi ice has been re
duced to $250 per year, thereby
bringing it within the reach of all.
The present number contains some
valuable papers and communica
tions, among which is the report of
Mr. Forsyth, on tho suitability of
lands on different parts of tho
Islands for Coffee and Cinchona
cultivation. This report is lengthy,
advising how, and what kind of
lands, to select for cultivation, tho
mode of planting, cultivating and
gathering tho crops, as well as giving
the location of the lands, best adapt
ed for the successful cultivation of
cither of thoso products. . The num
ber also contains anotherof a scriesof
papers on the chemistry of plants by
Prof. Van Slyke. A dcsciiptivc list
of sugar canes cultivated in the Jam
aica Gardens,gievs a careful analysis
of 51 varieties of cane, and tho kind
of soil best adapted for their growth.
There aio also several niticles from
correspondents on various topics, in
all making tho present number both
valuable and Instructive. Enclosed
with each number of this issuo is a
nolo from tho publishers, staling
upon what terms the work is pub
lished, and soliciting subscriptions.
Tho low price of subscription and
the interesting and valuable matter
contained in the "Monthly" should
demand for this Work a liberal sup
port from all classes ot the com
munity. HILO NOTES.
Mr. E. G. Hitchcock put in his
appearance upon the arrival of the
Kinau, . with a commission from
Marshal Kaulukou as Sheriff of
Hawaii. He found no difllculty in
taking possession of tho ollloo, not
withstanding tho report that Ex
Sheriff J. T. Baker intended to con
test his authority. So the "fun for
spectators" was not realized.
By the way, it is a fortunate
thing for tho Bui.lktin's Hilo cor
respondent that he is a nameless
person. Otherwise he might have
furnished some of the soid "fun for
spectators" on account of an item
in - his letter two weeks ago. It
seems that the language which he
attributed to Judge Lyman was not
authentic. Tho way it came about
was this : A certain person thought
that that was what ho ought to hate
said ; and it is generally understood
that the Judge will always do what
is right. Granting tho major and
minor premises, the conclusion was
irresistible, that that was what ho
did say. It is a plain sylogism.
But the conclusion is inconsistent
with facts which are now known,
and therefore one or the other of
the premises must bo at fault pro
bably the minor. The correspon
dent begs the Judge's pardon, and
hopes the explanation will provo
satisfactory. The error was cer
tainly unintentional on his part, as
he wrote what was told him for
truth shortly beforo the steamer
Mr. R. W. Irwin has been looking
out for the interests of Japanese im
migrants' and Japanese immigration
for a couple of days. He says he
finds some Hilo planters willing to
employ an equal number of men
and women, that is, to'tnkc all mar
ried men. If other planters through
out the Islands would only show
similar forethought, tho time would
soon come when they would have
more fixed labor and a domestic
Mr. George Deacon, who has been
engineer .at Papaikou Mill for some
time past, leaves by the Lurline,
which sails on Saturday for San
Francisco, where he will go into
business. He leaves many friends
who wish him well in his now under
taking. Steps are already taken for put
ting up a new business block on the
lot made vacant by the late fire. As
usual the fire will result in an im
provement to the town, though a
severe blow to individuals.
Hilo, Jan. 19th, 1888.
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RELIEF FOR SAILORS.
THE OLD CLAI1I Or BISHOP CO.,
Washington, Jan. 9. The Secre
tary of the Treasury to-day trans
mitted to the House estimates for
the settlement of the claim of Bishop
& Co., bankers at Honolulu, which
has been before Congress since 1873,
for 1181.93 in gold coin, with in
terest at 0 per cent from the date of
making the draft. The claim orig
inated through the failure to pay a
draft in the State Department,
drawn by ex-Consul Mattoon at Ho
nolulu, and negotiated through the
claimants, for the relief of destitute
seamen, the appropriation for that
purpose having been exhausted by
the time the draft was presented.
Bishop & Co. negotiated the draft
through the bank of California.
That bank on being apprised of tho
ndn-payraent of tho draft in Wash
ington made a demand on Bishop &
Co. for tho amount, with interest on
tho same. A large Arctic whaling
fleet was wrecked in the Arctic, near
Behring Straits, in 1872, and the
crews were carried to Honolulu,
where tho United States Consul
gave them tjio necessary relief. A
bill to refund tho money to Bis
hop & Co. passed tho Senate in
1874 and failed in tho House. It
was again revived in 188G, and the
Secretary of State as well as tho
Secretary of tho Treasury unite in
the recommendation that it now bo
NO OCCASION FOR CENERAL ALARM.
A good deal of tho apprehension
prevailing with respect to the small
pox is entirely uncalled for. True,
tho disease has been declared epi
demic, but the declaration was only
the resort of the Board of Health to
obtain tho necessary powers for
properly dealing with the malady.
As tho Alta rjcmardck some days
ago, small-pox is not epidemic in
the sense thatitis raging. Cases have
been reported in nearly every ward
in the city, but the disease docs not
appear to spread with such rapidity
as to excite general alarm, and the
deaths have been so comparatively
few that It may be inferred that U
malady hero is a very mild typo.
Nowhere has it caused a cessation
of business, or anything appioach
ing it, and a stranger here would
never dream that a malignant dis
ease had been officially dcclaied
epidemic, or was in any degree pre
valent, if not apprised of tho fact
by tho dally press. Indeed, within
tho last few days, theic has been a
falling off in tho number of cases
reported daily, which indicates that
under the vigorous measures adopt
ed by the Board of Health, tho dis
ease has been brought under control
and its spread permanently checked.
Alta California, Jan. 14
Mr. Bondel of Tillman & Bendel,
a large stockholder in the American
Sugar Refinery, says that E. L. G.
Steele Is not going to Europe for the
purpose of making arrangements so
that this refinery may produce beet
sugar, and that his study of the
beet-sugar industry on his trip will
simply be that of an individual.
He said that it would be suicidal for
the American Company to engage
in tho beet-sugar business or pro
mote it, as it is composed principal
ly of Hawaiian planters, and to
start beet-sugar factories in this
Stute would result only in hurting
their business on the Islands.
One of the reports flying about is
that a pool is to be formed between
Spreckels and the American refinery
for the purposo of still further ad
vancing the price of sugar. The
truth of it is denied.
Claus Spreckels expects to have
his first beet-sugar factory in opera
tion at Watsonville by next Septem
ber, as the farmers have gone en
ergetically into the business of rais
ing beets. He has already begun
tho erection of tho building. The
mill will at first have a capacity of
350 tons per day, which will be
doubled next year. Two million
gallons of water a day will ho needed
at the start. Other factories will be
afterwards established. S. F.
Examiner, Jan. 12.
RTAWS BOAT BTJILDINGI
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will be gratcful'v rccciv.
ed for the uso of tho inmatci of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kaksako,
or at the Leper Settlmcnt on Molokal,
if left with J. T. Walorholisc, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
'! '-" I - - - - -
Tho uwlereigucd respectfully notify
the publif, that they have
(Next above the Custom House)
First Class Chop and Lunch House,
Where their patron are assured of re
ceivhig nothing but tthut is
lirst class iu looj, cooking
B3- NO. CHINESE ARE EMPLOYED "tB
By strict attention to business and an
earnest endeavor to please our patrons.
we solicit your patronage.
UARBElt & McLEAX.
A Chance to Procure a Good Faying
my intended departure I
sell my Cigar Store and
This is one of the best
equipped Billiard Rooms iu the town.
I have four Tablrs ot the very latest
designs, and ono Pool Table with pa
42 1m O. J. McOAKTHY.
Mrs. A. M: Mellis
Having removed her Dressmaking
No. 17 Emma st
Will be pleased lokoe her filoniN and
patrons there Irom und after Jaiumry
Mutual Tolephcno 484;; Bell 410.
FOR RENT, LEASE,
The VTalklki reildence of Mr. Fred II
Hajsclden situated at Kaplolsni Paik
between Iho residences of Hon. W. G.
Irwin, nud Mr. Frank Brown, U ollercd
for rent, lease, or sale. For terms apply
to the undersigned.
02 tf PUE1) II. HAYSKLPEK.
TVTrlSSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
J.TX Aro authorised to collect tor tlio
.Honolulu Junefitli. 1K87. Ti7
rniIE Kuplolani Park Association will
X not be responsible for any debttt
contracted in its mime without the urit
teu order of in Truuurtr.
A. S. OLEGIIOUN.
32 2w " President.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING
JL auvcrtibu it in tho. Daily Uullkti.n
GREAT CLEAMM SALE.
. iTOR 30 DAYSf
Goods Reduced in every department.
I beg to Btate 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,
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 Fashton during this Great Sale,
Children's Cashmere Vests, short sleeves, extra quality, reduced from 75c to 25c.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Tests, in Balbrigan, Merino, Gauze, and all wool full lines,
Children's Sun Bonnets, from 50c to 15c. ; better qualities reduced 25 per cent.
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 "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 everv description ol .Laces.
Ecruo Window curtains, reduced to 1.75 pair..
Corsets Seduced one half of former price. :
Great Reduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and children's. t. "
" " in Ladies' Jerseys, reduced, one half.
" " in Ladies' Parasols.
" hi "Rl-inlrors "MiKsos' mul Oliilflrrm's Sr.rn.w TTnic:.
....... ..j .. . .
" " in Flowers, Feathers and Tips. , ,,
" " in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, &c.
Linen Figured Lawn to close out at reduced prices, G yards for 1.
BO 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.
29 lm . JUJBCJE&LIIIOJH:, 63 Ac 65 Fort t.
Jan. 14. No. 29.
60 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will be found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing CO 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. H. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewett, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Office.
THE undersigned hnve, bj Deed of
Trust, dated Nov. 2Ht, 1887, been
nppointcd Trustees of His MajeEty'B
8. M. DAMON,
J. O. CARTElt,
O. P. IAUKEA.
Honolulu, Not. SO, 1887. 03 lui
A LL p u tie having claims against
XJk. Ills Mnjeityn i'iaie are nHiuvsuiu
In linvu tliLlr uccouutii uiado out in de
tail, sworn lo us to correctness, wnil pre.
sent them to Col. O. I. IauVcu, at tho
oiuuo of II. M'BChamherlain, Honolulu,
within three months from date of this
S. M. DAMON,
J. O. CA11TKK,
O. 1'. IAUKEA,
TrnUc of His Majesty's Estate.
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 1887. 03 3m
npHR coparlnerthlp heretofore txtslt
JL ing DClween llio uiiultbij;iii.-u mi.
dcrtlie Jirm muno and stylo of At. Phi).
lipi&Co.has been lhls day dlssnl veil by
mutual couBeut. A, Louwunbcrg retiring
Tho hunneas will ho continued bb.
heretofore under iho samo Aim name
by M. Phillips & M Green who ubsuniB
all liabilities and colleot all outstanding
accounts of eaid Hi in.
Dec. Jlst 1887. 28 4t
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHUE LOT. corner Pcnsacola
and Lunalllo Sts , which can bo
dlvldui iuto two or woro building lots,
Enquire of G. WEST,
mm of Wen, uow ti Co.
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL advertise It In.tho Daily, Hullktuj
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.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
A Fine Line of Hoi
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LIINI)BOEGS, '
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNTB
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
Uoi SSnulo svt 3R.en,HOiill 3Prioes.
WING WO TAI & CO.
l Xnuiuiu Htri'ot,
Have just received ex slinr 'Alameda,"
a choice lot of
Embroidered Silk Table Covers,
" " Pillow Cases,
' " Shawls,
" " Handkerchiefs,
Silk Sashes, Sandal Wood Fans, &c, &c,
ALo a largo line of
China Matting, China & Japan Tea,
Camphor Trunks, Italian Chairs,
Japanese Bcreeus, Provisions, Ac.
Mil, John Magnou is authorized to
collect for "our account, and blgn
rccuinla. J. B.HHOWN & CO.
Jan. 10, 1833. If33
Bteura Works, Bunny South
Tele, Boll 172,llutual 845
Depot. Merchant btrcet.
Tele, Hell 172, Mutual 800.
Taliiii Leioiaie Ms.
Tho undersigned having purchased
the bufiuisa of tho Tahiti Lemonade
Works, tho depot has been removed to
No. 23 Meichant Btreet.
All orders for Aerated Water ininu.
fuctured at tho abovoestabllshmcut will
receive prompt attention.
J. E. HKOWNACo.
P. O, Hoi 409, 1829
DUJUNO my ahscuco from thlg king,
dom Mr. W. O. Peacock will act
for me under full Power of Attorney.
G. B. HOLLAND,
lloaolulu, Jan. 11,1888. SO 3
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