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Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
New Store, New Goods
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MONDAY, JAN. 30, 1888.
Stmr Klnaufrom windward poits
Htmr illknlmla fiom ICatmi
Stinr Wnlaleale fiom Knual
bliur llokolll from Molokal
Bcbr Luka Irom Kohala
Schr llalcakuln fiom Pcpeekeo
Bktnu Geo O Pei kins from Pnget Sound
Schr Mtuy Foster from' Knual
J nn 30
Bclir Wnlmalu for Ilonomu
Stmr Kinnu for tho Volcano and way
ports at 4 p m
Stmr .fas Makeo for Kapaa at " p m
Stmr Kaala for Walnuno nnd Walalua
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolnu
Stmr Llkclikc for Kahului and liana at
o p in
Stmr U K Bishop for Lahalna nt 1 p in
Schr Mnnuokawal for Koolnu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
XtUnc S N Uastlo for an Fraiieico
Stmr W G Hall for Lnhnlna, JIanlnea,
Kona, Knu mid tho Volcnno nt 10
o'clock n m
Stmr Lchua for Ilnmakua at 5 p in
Stmr Mikahaln for Kauai nt 5 p m
From Maul nnd Hawaii, per steamer
Kluaii, Jan 20 Hon J Maguitc, W H
Guiiitnings, G Giove, A "iotuig, Jr, I)
II Hitchcock, R Kycroft, lr A A
Jfourltz, M G Coica, It W Irwin, C O
Nakayauia, Hopulaau, and fll deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahaln, Jan
20-O Spencer, K W I'm vis, T P
Sevciin, J W llnhn, and -15 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kinnu 4,500 hags sugar, 10 wain nwn,
107 green hides, IS bags corn, 42
bags spuds, CO bags taro, and 00
Walalcale 2,170 b.igs sugar and 20
Luka 1,800 hags sugar.
ilokolil 700 bags sugar.
Mlkahula i,50G bags of sugar and 45
Haleakala 1,490 bags sugar.
The whaling balks Helen Mar, Abra
ham Barker, and Sea JJiceze were cruis
ing off Kealakekua Bay, Kona, Ha
waii, last Thursday.
VESSELS IN PORT.
H M S Caroline, Sir W Wiseman
U S S Vandalla, Hear AdmiialKimbeily
Bk Calbailcn, Perkins
Bk Lilian, Duncan
Bktne S "N" Castle, Hubbard
Schr Eva, Armstiong
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A young, man wants a situation ns
Thk Court expects to go to Kauai
A sloop was telephoned off Dia
mong Head at 2 :30 this afternoon.
. . .
The cock fight yesterday lasted an
hour and forty-fivo minutes, and was
decided a draw. .
A HEOULAK meeting of Lodge La
Progres will be held in their hall this
evening at 7 :30 o'clock.
A well furnished room in a private
family with or without board can bo
had by applying to this office.
The Lum Kee Co., doing business
at .Kapaa, Kauai, advertise that Con
Chcok has authority to sign the iirm
Mn. Jackson, a Colonial barrister,
Hon. Judge Widcman and Mr. Wal
ter Hill left .for Wnianao by the
steamer Kaala this morning.
Five ancient Hawaiian idols mado
of stone caino from Kau by tho stmr.
W. G. Hall Inst week, and are on
view at J. J. Williams' gallery.
At a meeting of tho trustees of
Kaumnkapili church, Mr. Wray Tay
lor was appointed oiganint and direc
tor of tho music nt tho church.
A lioht caso of mcascls has hio
ken out on one of tho children who
came by tho Mariposa, and has boon
in quarantine for tho past eleven
Mn. O. Swain, general delivery
clerk of Honolulu Post Office, bids
farewell to tho Islands next month,
and departs for his homo in Oakland,
Puokessok McPheo left Boston six
months ago to seek health in Hono
lulu, Ho has just returned with
health and also a native wifo whom
ho found in Hawaii. Alta Cali
fornia. The Ttpv. Alex. Mackintosh would
he greatly obliged if thu lady collect
ors would kindly report to him by
Thursday morning, tho amount they
have collected from tho boxes of tho
Foun natives wishing to gamble at
poker and avoid tho poheo at the
same time went out beyond tho
slaughter house, Kapalnma, in a
hack yesterday and played for liotua
just off the load.
The steamer Moknlii hud rough
weather at Kulaupapa, Molokni, hibt
week. Sho failed to make u landing
nt first attempt, but on second suc
ceeded in landing some lumber and
p.iini, Other Height for Juilnupapa
hud to bo biouglit back hcie to ho
landed if possible thin week.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Onll mul JJxnmlnn tlio
$12.00 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
Tin: steamer Kinnu was detained
on account of bad weather and not
from any accident.
Mn. Antotio Sovorin, Mrs. Sovorin,
Miss Hobgs, Mr. nnd Mrs. Robson
and child, Mrs. J. S. Martin and two
children niu booked to leave for San
Francisco by the S. N. Castle to
Thk Minister ot tho Interior noti
fies nil parties having claims against
tho Government, to present them for
approval not later thnn the nd of
the month in which the indebted
ness is incuircd.
The people who hao been in
quarantine for severnl dnys past,
were examined by Doctors Emerson,
Brodied and Wood this morning,
and ns no evidence of smallpox was
seen they were discharged.
Thkiie is talk nniong the ladies of
Honolulu of getting up a Leap Year
party. Eveiy lady is to invito a
gentleman, go after him nnd escort
him to thu party. And at a given
time nnd signal, eveiy lady in tho
room is to piopoto to tho gentleman
she is then with.
A German woman having taken
out a wnnant in tho Police Court
this morning, was leaving tho court
room when sho fainted. Sho was
picked up by a number ot willing
hands and taken to Judge Dayton's
private office where she was resusci
tated. BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a conceit this evening at 7:30
o'clock at Emma Square. Following
is the programme :
Mai ch Vienna Hearts Schild
Ovei hire The Vestale Spontinl
Waltz Ruddlgoro Sullivan
Reminiscences of Rossini Godfrey
Medley Coloied Brigade Beyer
Waltz Blue Danube Strauss
Quadrille Hit and Miss Hcrve
Gallop Hit and Miss Hcrve
SUPREME COURT IN EQUITY.
BEKOHE l'RESTON, J.
Un Wo Sang Co. vs. T. Ahlo and
Ah Wa, bill for decree to have de
fendants accept cancellation of cer
tain lease of water rights, etc., etc.
Testimony being taken. A. S.
Hnrtwell for plaintiffs, P. Neu
mann for defendants.
Monday, Jan. 30, 1888.
Joshua Williams, drunkenness SG.
Eugene Lee, using vulgar lan
guage, nol. pros, requested by the
crown and granted.
Naauao, charged with malicious
injury to property of Mrs. Rose,
continued to Feb. 2nd.
C. Mitchel, charged with larceny
is nol. pros, by request of the
Geo. Summers, larceny in tho 1st
degree, committed to Supremo Court.
There was a great international
yacht race yesterday between Ma
goon's "Onward" 'and Whitney's
"Nellie." The out trip was void of
excitement, but when the Onward
reached Dowsett's salt works, Pearl
River, on the home stretch, she
overhauled the Nellie and gained on
her, because tho latter was at an
chor. Tho Nellie having weighed
anchor overhauled Magoon without
ceremony, nnd when tho Nellie
readied tho O. S. S. wharf, the On
ward was making her first tack up
the harbor passage.
THE BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
This society gave another of their
popular entertainments on Saturday
night last to rather a slim audience'.
The lack of listeners did not dampen
the ardor of those who had volun
tercd to carry out tho programme,
and it was done in excellent style.
Miss C. A. Reamer gave a reading
in which was portrayed the evils of
strong drink, and was attentively
listened to. Mr. A. E. Murphy
gave a recitation embracing tho ob
scivations of different nationalities
on viewing the Statue of Liberty in
New York harbor, which was im
mensely amusing. IIoii. W. O.
Smith delivered the address which
terminated tho evening's entcrtain
ment. GOING THIS EVENING.
The following passengers are go
ing by the steamer this evening.
For tho Volcano: W. R. Watson,
Mrs. Watson, Miss Mirlees, Miss
Smith, Miss Ilarnden, Miss Grace
Rose, Mr. Throssell, G. Bonny, E.
C. Blair, Mr. Brynm, Mrs. Bryam,
and S. Foster; the Watson party
join at Maalaea Bay.
For way ports: R. Rycroft, J.
Maguiro, Mrs. Alexander, Miss
Wight, Miss Wood, T. II. Davles,
Mis. Biodie, Miss 15. Lyons, Mrs.
Richardson, A. Horner, Mrs. Ward,
Sir Win. Wiseman, W. G. Inviu, II.
,G. Trcadwny, J. S. Cone, W. B.
Cnhorne, Mrs. Dickenson, Miss Tay
lor and Miss Harrison.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advertha in tho Daily Bulletin.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
I'liiCHt CnHtom Mnrto Clothing,
Ladles' A. Ucnt'a Vine Shocft.
THE GERMAN BENEUOLENT SO
CIETY. At a meeting of tho German Be
nevolent Society, Mr. II. W.
Schmidt, President, and John Ee
kardt, Secretary, were unnniraously
le-elected, but in place of Mr. H.
Lose, who positively refused to ac
cept office again. Mr. Jul. Hoting
was appointed Treasurer.
By request of the President three
trustees were elected to' receive and
to invest the fund9 of the Society,
and the Chairman nominated Messrs.
H. A. Widemnun, F. A. Schaefer
nnd J. F. Hackfeld.
As Assisting Committee the
meeting elected Messrs. II. A.
Widemann, J. Hopp and II. Lose.
The Society has assisted a large
number of poor and sick people at
an expense of about $2,400 in two
years in spite of the small number
of members, about SO only.
BROUGHT TO A FOCUS.
Through the cleverness of Officer
Larson, the A. Morgan robbery of
Novemberth, has been worked up
to a focus, and the culprit commit
ted to the Supremo Court.
George Summers was nrraigned
before the Police Judge this morn
ing, charged with larceny of a
Smith & Weston revolver, a bottle
of spirits, $100 in Hawaiian paper
money, a $5 greenback, $235 in
gold coin and $100 in Hawaiian sil
ver, from Mr. A. Morgan, on or
about Nov. 5th last.
Mr. Morgan stated that on the
evening of the above dnte, between
G.45 and 8.20 o'clock, he missed the
above named goods and money. Ho
identified the pistol, which was pro
duced by the Attorney for the prose
cution. Chas. Mitchell, witness, stated
that he met the defendant, on tho
date above mentioned, in front of
the Empire Saloon; went about
town with him, and after a while he,
(Summers), went up a lane, request
ing mo to whistle if anybody came.
On returning, he gave me a pistol,
asking me to keep it until Sunday,
and $25 in money. "We," contim
ucd Mitchel, "kept on walking un
til we came to the Insane Asylum
road, Ahcre wc parted, Summers
going towards the Insane Asylum,
and I Coming back to town.
Brooks, formerly steward of the
Lehua and latterly of the Likelike,
went on the stand as a witness.
Summers objected to Brook's test
ifying, but his objections were over
ruled. Brooks stated that on the evening
of Nov. 5, between 7:30 and 8
o'clock, he met summers in Smith's
lane. Went with him to his room,
saw a bottle of spirits thorc and a
stock of money.
The defendant conducted his own
case but made no (point. On com
mitting Summers, the Judge told
him if he could prove anything in
his own favor, he had better em
brace the opportunity. It was a
prima facias case, and the defendant
was committed as above stated.
Editor Bulletin : At tho pres
ent time, when the question of white
versus Asiatic labor, is engrossing
the attention of this community, it
is well not to let any point go un
noticed, which may help to eluci
date the matter.
There is however, in this country,
one clement against which one must
always keep guarded, and this is the
facility with which rumors arc go
ing around, the veracity of which is
sometimes difficult to establish.
Now, last week, it was rumored
that the laboring element in&town
was greatly incensed about the pre
ference shown to Chinese laborers,
against white men, viz., in the work
which goes on in tho harbor uudcr
Government supervision. It was
said that a competent engineer who
had been satisfactorily employed in
that department for a long time,
found, on coming back from a short
spell of sickness, his place occupied
by a chinaman, and on bis expostu
lating, was answered to the effect
that "Wo," meaning probably the
Government, "cannot afford to em
ploy white men."
It was also reported that two
white mon, perfectly compctent,who
applied for labor at the same place,
and were willing to work nt what
they termed starvation rates, sooner
than to bo absolutely without em
ploy, were met by the same answer.
It is probable that these reports
arc far from being correct. But at
any rate, it would bo satisfactory to
the public generally, and to the
woikiug classes especially, to know
that the Government do not intend
and "cannot afford" to adopt such
absolute Asiatic favoritism, and a
statement on the matter fiom the
proper parties would be received
with gratitudo by
A WomuNO Man.
She John, what is a coastwise
steamer? lie One that knows how
to keep off tho rocks, darling.
Too cold for ice cream and no
sleighing. The young man who can't
save money now never can.
Heal estate is woith $1,000 a foot
in Chicago, but it must be remem
bered thatJt is ii Chicago foot.
Good for the Man and Brother
It is a rare thing that a( "stingy nig
ger" is to bo found.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
JVowHtoolt, Luton) HtylcNtn suit tho
' FOR SALE.
THE FINK Al TEA. CLIPPER
Recently nnlved from London and cow
lying at Brewer's Wharf.
This flue Clipper Barque was built
for the China ten Hade, and has made
some rcmnrkahly rapid passages. One
of her best bcini; from Yokohama to
New York In nincty.oue days, which
stands to-day as the faMct on rvcord.
The vessel is built of teak, gnan.henrt
and oak, 's copper fii'tuued throughout,
and 19 thoroughly well found in lacklc,
sails, boats, spars, rk'ging, tte., etc.
Having been thoroughly ovctlmuled
and newly coppered just before leaving
London, and U rated Al at Lloyds.
This lino Barque lias a carrying capa.
citv of about 1,100 tons dead weight,
and between 1,200 and 1.3C0 weight and
measurement. On one voage to London
thu earned 1,!00 tons measurement of
Intending put eh users will please make
immediate application to her Agents,
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
And for further Information respecting
thu vessel to the Captain on board.
Honolulu. Jan. 3ft, 1683. 4R If
ON account of departure from Ihe
Kingdom I oiler the fine young
stallion "Young Venture, Jr.," for sale,
C years old, stands 10 hands high, weight
1,100 11)4. Ihls liorjo was bred on tho
Islands by Mr. Horner, now at Lahainn.
His dam was a half Patclicn and half
Morgan marc. He was sirtd by "Young
Vcnt'ire." Ho is without fault or ble
mish; guaranteed kind and gentle atid
is a very promising colt. A special
characteristic of the horse is his com
pact build. I also oiler the Htahlcs nnd
Out Buildings, aho, a Gig and line
Brako for sale, conur of Punchbowl
and Queen streets, al a barjaln
49 tf CAI.T. J. C. CliUXJBY.
lew Boats for Sale.
,VE HAVE OUT HAND
A Few Samples of our Boats.
Also, plans and cstiinnte3 of all kinds
of Boats and rtpiirs given at short
notice. We use only best material in
their construction ; no Monkcy-ped
whatever; believing that the best labor
and material pays bcM, both buyers and
builder. Having already published
prices and seveial essential points not
generally known beneficial to boa's
lound our Islinds, which intending
purchasers would do woll to note. Our
improved facilities foi building or re
pairing onablc us not only to furnish
a superior article but rheip, and whera
doubt exists in this we desire a comna.
rativo int-pection, before sale, at ihn En.
terprlse Mill or Printer's Lane, Punch
bowl street, where sampels can be seen.
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter & Builder.
Mutual Telephone 325. 38 If
J. W. YARNDLEY,
Teacher of HIiimIc, Violin and
Cultivation of the Voice.
YOUNG Lady Pianists I Improvo
your reading of Music and ability
as an accompanist by deotingat least
ONE HOUR weekly, day or evening,
to tho practice of duets
PIANO AND VIOLIN !
BSTTERM8 SAME FOR LESSONS.
Addicts P. O. BOX 2S8.
Telephone (Bell) :i53. 4G lw
A Chanco to Procure a Good Faying
OWING to my intended departure I
wish to sell my Cigar Store and
Billiard Room. Ibis is ouu of llie best
equipped Billiard Rooms in the town.
I have four Tables rf the very latest
deigns, and omi Pool Table with pa.
42 1m C. J. MCARTIIY.
THE house No. 1, "Wellington Place,"
Nuuanu Avenue. Possession given
1st February. Al-o, cottaco iu Adams'
Lane, Apply tb
J. T. WATERHOUHE,
4!' lw Queen street.
Dissolution of Partnership,
THE interest of Mr. Clarence Man
furlano iu tho 111 in of WEST,
DOW & CO has this day been pur
chased by Mr. Gideon Wist, who m.
sumes all liabilities of siid linn. All
debtb due said linn are due and payable
to Mr. G. West.
WEhT, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 14, 1883.
MR. G. WEST having become solo
owner of the business carried nu
under tho llrju namu of West, l)nw &
Ce., will, in future, curry ot sil I bind
ncsi under the lirm namu and iyh nf
G. WEsT J: CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 15, 18MB. 8U 1m
MESSHS. J. E. UllOVTN & CO, are
uulhorl.e d to collect accounts due
to me, and their lecuipt will t a suffi
A. M. HEWE1T.
Honolulu, Jan, 3, 183tJ. U'J lm
M& Iflln Jii
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Have Opened '
With llic VincHt I)lM)lny of oot
ocr allots it In MiIn Kingdom.
g"FOB 30 DAYSI
Goods Reduced in every department.
I beg to state that it is iraposhiblo to announce a price list of uvery article iu my store,
but my entire stook of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Gent's Furnishing- Goods,
Boy's Clothing, Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes,
llouse Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Has been reduced, and tho greatest inducements are offered.
Remember, it will pay you to visit the Temple of FasMon 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,
Children's' Sun Bonnets, from 50c to 15c; better qualities reduced 25 per cent.
Children' 8 Lace Caps, reduced from 50c to 15c.
A splendid nnd large assortment of children's laco 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 50e.
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 "Window Curtains, prices reduced one half. ' i
" " in Undressed and Dressed Kid Gloves.
" " in Lisle thread, Silk and Jersey Gloves and Mitts. ' ,
Ecruo Window curtains, reduced to 1.75 pair.
Corsets Heduced 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. ,,
" " in Blankets, Misses' and Children's Straw Hats.
" " in Flowers, Feathers and Tips.
" " in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, &c.
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.
29 lm S. IBI-IIR.XIOJEI, 63 Sc 65 Fort St.
" Bulletin" Summary
Jan. 14. No. 29.
60 Columns of Original Matter.
19 now issued and will be found to
bo 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 $2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be bad from
J. II. Sopcr, Merchant street,
A. M. llewett, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Ofllce.
A RITCHIE ROWAT,
Office and Residence: 160 King ulrceL
Mutual Telephone fl53. Orders loft at
Hotel Stuhlei will he received and
promptly intended to. 43 Urn
ALL pirtie httTing claims against
His Miijcny's Kslate ure requested
to Ihyo thilr accounts tnp.de out in de
tail, twmn io us in correctness, mid pre.
nent llifin to Uol. O P. luukea, at tho
otllro of II. Al's Chamberlain, Honolulu,
within thiee months from date of this
B. M. DAMON,
J. O. OAHTBlt,
O. P. IAUKEA,
Trustees of His Majesty's KtMlo.
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 18'J7. 03 3m
FOR SALE 1
ONE LAHGE LOT. corner Pensaeola
nnd Lunulilo Sts , which can ho
divldea Into two or nioro building loti.
Enquire of G. WL8T,
tfi5 Of West. Dow ft; Co.
Mrs. A. M. Mellis
1Iv1iir removed her Diesainaking
No. 17 Emma St.,
Will be pleased to see her friend:) and
putrous there from and afier January
Mutual Tolephene 4B4 ; Bell 410.
YOU FIND ANYTHING,
advertise it in the Daily liui.Limti
MISS V. THIFXFN
Mr. McGulrc's lute nsidenco. ?0 lm
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
k Fine Line of Holiday Goods
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A large assortment of
Compiibing the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., TLUiOTDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
HF'oi Sale afc
WiNG WO TAI & CO.
Ml Xiiuniiii HI rod,
Have just received ex mnr "Alameda,"
a choice lot of
Embroidered Silk Tabic Covers,
' " Pillow Cases,
" " Shawls,
' " llandkcrchiels,
Silk Sashes, Sandal Wood Fans, &c, &c.
Also a largo line of
China Mattintr, China & Japan Ten,
Camphor Ti links, llattiu Chains,
Jiipancbo Hcreeiu, 1'rovivlmie, kc.
"TH. John Mug on is authtried to
ItJL collect fm our iit-rouut, and idjjii '
receipt J. ii. ijhuvy.n a. un
Jan. 10, 1&J8.
AIjARGE well furnished bedroom.
Two mlnites walk from Post
Oillcc lro locality. Apply, A, H, C.
II11.1.1.TIN Office. 47 If
Steam Works, Bunny South
Tele.neil 172,Mutual 25
Depot. Merchant btreet.
Tele, Pell 172, Mutual 860.
TaMti LemonadB Ms.
Tho undersigned havingilpurchased
the business of the Tahiti Lemonade
Works, thu depot has been removed to
No. 28 Merchant Btreet.
All orders for Aerated Water inanu
facturcd at the above establishment will
receive piompt attention.
J. K. MtOWX 4 Co. ,
P. O. llor 400. 1820
TUT ESSRS J. E. BROWN fc CO.
XIX Aro authorised to collect for tba
Honolulu Juno 8th. 1687,
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