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The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
New Store, New Goods
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Cnll nml I'-tnnilno tho
$12.00 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
I'lnoRt CiiHtom Undo Clothlnff,
I.mllcn' A. tiout'g Vine MIioch.
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Now Htoc.li, Latest kit Ich to null tlio
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
With tho rinent lMnpIn of CoiiiIh
ever Hlimin In tin Kltixilnm.
MISS T. TllIBLrN
Jlr. McQiilrc's Into residence. ?0 ltn
HOUSC and LOT, terms reasonable
inquire of T. W. Rawlins, Hawa
ilnn Ho in Woiks
FJRIDAY, FEU. 3, 1888.
BUnr Jus Mnkco from Kapaa
Schr Cnteiin.i for Hannlei
Schr Wnluliu from Kunu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Ciinutu for Kunu
Schr Wnloll foi Kunu
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Walchu 800 big sugar.
.Ins Mnkcc 2,0.1!) bags ug.u
Iwalanl 0,'J.U bags sugar, 07 green
hides and 1 hoises.
Fiom llnin.iku.i, per stmr Iwalanl,
Feb 2 Mis 11 Kn.ii, Muster S Kulk.ihl,
Master J Lemon ntul -10 deck.
VESSELS EXPECTED FROM FOREIGN
IIXcUhsM'sZlhoien JCiuls, Joukc,
from S Aineiliu due Mar 1-20
USS Million, from South Ameilca,
due 1 nu 10-31
Am b.uk Will V Case, Boboitson,
fiom Sau Fianei-oo, due at Knhulul,
Am S S Alameda, II (5 Morse, fi om
the Colonies, en loutc to San Fiauclseo,
dae Feb 12
II I.IJIS Tsuktib i, fiom Tahiti, duo
Gerb.uk Dcntchl.ind, fiom Bicnrtm,
sailed Oetobei 28th, due Feb 1-20
Am bk-Maltha Dm is. I'M Benson,
fiom Boston, due Alar 1
Am ship Mjstlc Hello, Cooke, fiom
NewYoik, duo Maieli 1-20
Biitbk St Thomas 15cll, sailed fiom
Cnuliff, Oetobei 22d, due Match 1-20
Brit bk Natun.i, sailed fiom Liver
pool, Nov 20th, due Mar 5-.51
Am bk Saianae, fiom Sau Fiaucisco.
due Jan 1-10.
Am bk Lady H.uowood, fiom Houg
kong, due Dee 5-25
Gei bkll l'rit7enLcig,fiom llonkong,
due Dec 10-15
Am bktnoLuieka, Mcj-eis, fiom San
Fianclseo, due Jan 1-10
Am tci n Doia Hhihm, from San Fran
cisco, due at llilo, Jan 25-31
AmbaikOO Whitinoic, fiom Poit
Townsend, due Jan 20-31.
USS Adams from Samoa, due Feb
Ambk Edward M.iy, Johnson, from
Hongkong, duo Jan 20-31.
Am bktno Hattie S Bangs, Hangs,
fiom Hongkong, due Feb 1-5.
Hnw bk Luilv Lump-on, E C Bust,
fiom San FiaucHco, due Jan 2C-31.
Am bgtne Consiielo, E 15 Cousins,
fiom SAn Fiaucisco, due Jan 27-31.
Am ship Amii fiom San Fiaucisco,
due nt Knhulul, Maui, Jan 2S-31.
Haw S S Austialla, II O Houdlettc,
from Sau Fiaucisco, due Feb 7.
VESSELS IN PORT.
H M S Caroline, Sir W WIonun
U b S Vandalia, Hear Admiial Klmbeily
Am tein G C Fcikins, Noidbcrg,
Bktne Amelia, Newhnl
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Kai'AA is grinding day and night,
Mr. C. Clarke is tho authorized col
lector for J. E. Brown & Co. in place
of A. MoioiT.
Ornccit William Tell recehed his
con mission this nioining as agent of
tho Boaul of Health.
Mit. Lewis J. Levey will hold an
auction b.ilo of liquois at his salcs
looms to-monow at 10 o'clock.
Nkxt Sunday, February flth,
English Sermon will bo dolivoied
thu Roman Catholic Cathedral,
tho 7 A. m. mass.
Mil. P. C. Jones will entertain all
young men of tho city who may bo
pleased to call on him at his resi
dence this evening.
In tho "Scientific American" of
Jan. 7 is an aiticlo on how to detect
a leakage in pipes an invaluablo
key for tho Superintendent of Hono
lulu Water Works.
Mn. Jas. F. Morgan will bell nt his
salesroom at 10 a. m. to-morrow, by
older of W. O. Parke, Assignee of tho
cstatoofG. On Chong, bankiupt, a
largo assortincntof geneial mcichan
diso, and nlso at the saino placo, at
12 noon, that valuablo pieco of prop
erty known as tho Mansion House.
Mil. J. A. Cummins has bought
all interest in tho steamer Waima-
nulo, and is Inning hor fixed up as a
piivato Hteam ploabiuo boat. Next
Sunday tho Waimanalo will take a
number of men-of-war officers and
city notables for an exclusion and
picnic to Mokuumoumo Islnnd, Pearl
Goi.n nicduls to bo competed for by
tho memboiB of tho Hawaiian Kino
association on Mar. 17, havo been
miulo, and uro on view, ono at
Hubash's and tho other at Gome.
Wickiuann's. Both medals aro very
pretty, but for neatness and beauty
of design tho ono at Gome, it Wick
imuni'a takes the lead.
Tin: Pouinsular and Oriental Steam
Navigation Company's htoamor Brit
annia an i ed at King Geoigo's Sound,
Western Australia, on Dec. 7, oight
days eaily, hiuing niadoun unusually
quick inn from London. This pas
bago gites n tiausit fiom Biimlisi to
Aubtialia including detention in
Egypt waiting for tho mails, tho
detour to Ceylon and dutcjiou thoro
foi nearly thirty-six houis of twonty
Uueo days ton hours, and continuous
speed ut sea for a dibtuneo of 8000
miles of (within a fiaction) sixteen
AnuKDANCK of rain on Kauai is
lcpoitod by tho atenmor Jas. Mnkcc,
which uriicd this morning.
Thi: two hack drivers, stnrlcrs of
tho stampedo tho other night, had (p
pay $13 apiece in the Police Court
Tin: steamers Likclike, Lehua, Ki
laueiv Hou and Mokolii will bo du
to-monow morning, und the Kinau
Tub members of Pacific Hose com
pany No. 1 nie lequcstcil and ex
pected to assemble at their hall,
at 7 o'clock this evening.
Mil. J. F. Morgan will hold his re
gular cash sale at 10 o'clock A. m.
to-inoirow. At 12 noon, by order of
the American Consul, for estate of
G. Voght, deceased, will be sold one
diamond ring and ono watch ; and
foi the estate of II. B. Harrington,
ono silver watch.
Tin; following bids vcio rcceied
by the Minister of Interior for the
eonsti notion of tho lighthouse and
kecpoi's house on Barber's Point:
Walker & lledwood
Thomas Pedlar. .
E. C. Millci
Peter High .....
G. Ainistrong. . . .
The contract was awarded to Petei
Following is the progammo to bo
played at the Skating Kink to-morrow
Match Secret Lov
Polka Magic Ti umpet
M ai eli Honolulu Billas
Walt. Princes Alexandi ia
Polku Skating Kink
" JI iendo
' Ehlku Aukakc
The last four selections will be for
Between now and the end of April
is the time for the whalers to ariive
here. Among those that w ill come
to this port are the Fleetwing, Win.
Bailes, Abraham Barker, Young
Phoenix, Sea Breeze, Ohio, Helen
Mars, J. A. Howland and Northern
Light, from Sin Francisco, and the
John P. West, Triton and Lagoda
from Now Bedford. Captain Pierce
was at one time master of the Lagoda
for 10 months, during which time
the vessel made 810,000.
A report was in circulation about
the city front this morning, that a
schooner had capsized in a squall
off Waianae. Tho schooner was
said to have had a deck load of lum
ber and was thought to be the
Heeia. Mr. Dow sett, owner of the
Hceia, had received no tcport of
the schooner capsizing and did not
believe the report. Telephoning to
Waianae, an answer was received
that no schooner was in trouble
theie, and fuither Judge Widcmann
has received no information from
Waianae of any schooner capsizing.
So tho leport appears to be false.
ARRIVAL OF THE AMELIA.
The barkontino Amelia, Captain
Newhall, arrived yesterday a.m. from
Port Townsend via San Francisco.
She was 12 days from tho Sound to
San Francisco, putting in at the
latter poit on account of damages,
she had received in a gale. The
upper top-sail yard, tho main .and
other sails of tho Amelia, were car
ried away during the gale, and the
vessel began to leak pretty badly.
After a stop of five days at San
Francisco, and repairs having been
completed, the Amelia put to sea
again, reaching Honolulu on tho 23d
day out. No trade winds were ex
perienced during the run down here
and nothing out of the UBiial lino
happened except frequent pump-
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL TERM.
11EF0HE HICKUHTON, J.
FitiDAY, Feb. 3.
The Court opened at 10:08 a. m.
foreign jurors in attendance, and at
11:10 a. si., adjourned until to-morrow
nt 10 a. ii.
The King vs. Ludwig Dorkoug,
keeping a disorderly hose by keep
ing a house of prostitution. Partly
heard yesterday and continued until
to-day. Jury returnod with a
unanimous veidict finding defend
ant guilty ns chnigcd. V. V. Ash
ford for tho Ciown, P. Neumann
AT CHAMUEUS DKFOIIK St'COU.T, J.
Estate of John Kussell. Ordorcd
that accounts of Mrs. Anna Long,
executrix, bo approved and she (lis
charged. Kinney and Peterson for
G. On Chong, bankruptcy. Con
tested claim of Ahung. No appear
ance for contesting creditor. Hear
ing continued till called up. Ah
Hung in person.
Editoh Buu.i:tin: I read the ar
ticle of "A wife aud mother" in
yestei day's Bui.i.i.tik, and in an
swer I would like to tell her a little
story ; but first let mo say that I
ngrcc with her to a certain extent,
but there is such a thing n.9 being
Now, tho story I wish to tell is of
a young man who camo to this coun
try over four years ago ; a young
mnn who had been brought up in a
religious family, and been watched
over by a fond mother ; a young
man who had always tried to live a
christian life ; and very soon after
his anival became a member of
Fort Street Church, and for the
greater part of three yeais was a
legular attendant of that Chuicli.
During that time ho received three
invitations to visit at the homes of
Now, this young man found it
rather monotonous attending church
Sundays and Wednesday evenings
and iccciving hardly a nod of re
cognition from those whom ho had
a right to call brothers and sisters,
and getting no help but what camo
from heaven or the pulpit, (which
might be enough for an older per
son, but not enough for a young
man in a strange land.) So he lost
interest mid attended church inc
gularly, and I know that ho has not
been to church for over thice
Yes, save the young men, I say,
by any means that may bo devised ;
but above all, keep those you have.
About 9 :30 this
OF THE H. F.D.
mornincr the dif-
ferent companies comprising the
Fire Brigade, began to assemble at
theheadquarteisof thoFirc Depart
ment (bell tower), preparatory to
paiticipating in tho annual parade.
A few minutes past ten all was in
readiness, and tho line of march as
previously advertised was taken up.
The column was headed by the
Mechanical Engineer of the Dtnait-
ment, Mr. J. C. White, who was the
Marshal of the day. Next came ten
picked men carrying axes, who con
stituted the pioneer force; imme
diately following them was a number
of the Police followed by the Royal
Hawaiian Band, thon the Fire Police,
numbering 12 and commanded by
Thos. Krousc, next Fire Marshal
McGuirc and Henry Smith, Secre
tary of the Department. Then fol
lowed the Engine Companies in the
following order :
No. 1, commanded by Foreman
More. This Engine was diawn by
two richly comparisoned horses, was
profusely decorated with flowers and
evergreens, and presented a very
handsomely appearance. Directly
following the Engine was the jumper
drawn by volunteers. This was also
handsomely decorated and bore the
motto of the company "Onipaa,"
worked in flowers.
No. 2. Commanded by Foreman
C. J. McCarthy, 28 men. The En
gine was drawn by two horses and
was veiy beautifully decorated with
flowers. On either side of the En
gine was an arch bearing these dates,
1853 and 1888. Immediately in the
rear of the Engine was the hose cai t
of the company, which was also
No. 4,, commanded by Foreman
Jas. II. Boyd, 58 men. This Engine
was also handsomely decorated and
was drawn by four hor3es.
Pacific Hose carriago drawn by
four horses, with 7 men ond 1 boy
on tho carriage. This carriage was
also nicely decorated with flowers.
Hook and Ladder Co., with 29
men. The truck was prettily decor
ated with flowers and boro on cither
side the motto of tho Company.
Chinese Engino Co. No. 5, drawn
by two horses, 51 men. What has
been said of the other Engines re
garding decorations, can bo applied
to this one.
The Engineers of the department
were in command of divisions of the
pal adc: The 1st Assistant, Mr. F.
Ilustacc, of the first division, Chief
Engineer Wilson, the second divi
sion, and 2nd Assistant James F.
Morgan, the third division.
All the vantage points on the line
of march were crowded with peoplo
eager to get a glirase of the proces
sion. Tho paiado was a decided
Tho beautiful decorations of tho
various apparatus, tho showy but
useful and convenient uniforms of
the members, tho perfect order of
the men on tho lino of maich, all
tended to make this display one of
tho best ever given by tho firemen
During tho afternoon, since tho
march ended, the various companies
hato been cnjoyjng themselves at
their respective engine houses.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
The Board of Representatives of
the Honolulu Fire Depaitment held
its regular monthly meeting last
evening, at tho Bell tower. Mr. C.
IJ, Wilson, Chief Engineer, pre
sided. A communication from Engino
Co. No. 1 relativo to tho proposed
chango in the Constitution of tho
Department, and favoring the same,
A communication from the Pacifio
Hose Co. stated that the last named
company had deferred action on tho
same matter until the next regular
meeting, Another communication
from this coiupaii' rtlutcd to its an
nual election of olllcers.
A motion was mado that tho last
named document bo received and
placed on file, and the officers asked
to take their scats.
Mr. Wilson vacated tho chair,
which was then taken by First As
sistant Engineer, F. llustaco, and
moved as an amendment that the
communication he received and
placed on file. Reasons were as
signed for the omission of the usual
formality of asking the members to
take their seats, which might be re
solve into tho one word "insubordi
nation." A lengthy discussion follow ed in
which several gentlemen took part,
and the elected officials were ultim
ately invited to take their scats.
The contemplated chango in tho
Constitution camo up for discussion,
and it was decided that action
should be taken on the matter, six
weeks from date, and that each com
pany should submit to the Board,
one week bcfoic the time, a list of
tho members, not exceeding fifty,
entitled to vote.
BOUND TO DE UNLIKE OTHER GIRLS.
In Washington Kathcrine-Well,
Charlotte, I hear you are to be
Charlotte Yes, it takes place
very soon, now.
Katherinc Will you elope?
Charlotte Of course I won't.
I'm not in tho chestnut business.
I shall get married in tho regular
way and startle society. Washing
A sentence in an American novel,
"He alighted and tied his horse to a
large locust in front of the house,"
was rendered in a French transla
tion so that it read that ho tied his
horse to a huge grnshoppcr.
The White House at Washington
is grievously infested with rats.
Turn the rascals out.
All p(rons are hereby forbid.
ita from excavating, diggiug
or depositing rubbish in the
streets of this district, without
the written order of tho Road
II. F. IIEBBARD,
3"5 lm " Konn, Oihu.
JAPAHESE LUNCH ROOM.
ay Hotel (Street.
Kin Taho, cook will open the above
luuch loom, TOMORROW, and will
supply the best lunch in town with
every Injury in tho market. G58t
Will stand at the Enterprise Ranch for
a limited number of mares.
Apply to J. A. Magoon, agent, 12
Merchant stieut, or to Sllvano de No.
briga, at the Kntcrpriso Ranch, head
of Wyllie street, Nuuunu Valley.
LOST OR STOLEN.
FROM M. Mclnerny's right of-way,
a small box containing scruns, etc.
A suitable reward will be given on re.
turning tame to E. B. Tliemns ofllce,
corner Queen and Alakra street. fi4 3t
ON Monday, January 30th, a small
dark blown marc, witli short tuil,
branded " P B " on thu left hip. The
above reward will lie paid to whoever
returns her to the undersigned.
G4 8t JON A. AUSTIN.
Notice of Election.
AT tho aneunl meeting of C. Brewer
& Co., L'd , held (his day, the foi.
lowing named persons were clcctid as
officers for the ensuing yoar:
P. O. Jones President,
P. C. Jones Manager,
J. O. Carter Secretary,
J. O. Carter Tronsurer,
W. V. Allen Auditor,
Hon. O. It. Bishop, Sum'l O. Allen and
Hon. U. Wutcrhnnsu Directors.
J. O. OARTUK. Secretary.
O. Brew cr & 'Co.
Honolulu, Fchnmiy 1, 1888. fi4 lm
G TaI l'AK Iius hold his Interest In
the dnii: store, Unto! Htrvet. to
Muk Chu Foiif;; and Ng Lan Sing him
also sold his Interest in fiild drug store
toTinBlng Tong Company. All debts
duo the Company will he payable to
tho Company, nod nil dibts duu Ng TaI
Pali aud Ng Luu Sing m lib t bu paid to
them. 51 lw
J. A. DOWEIl,
Ship Carpenter & Boat Builder.
Having improvtd fucilitles, is prepared
to ill! orders at short notice.
Chance to Procure a Good raying
WING to inr Intended departure I
wish to sell my Cigar Store and
Billiard Boom. This Is one of (lie best
equipped Hllllard Booms in the town.
I linn four Tables of the rciy latest
dcflgus, aud ono Pool Table 'with pa.
42 lm O. J. McOABTHY.
Coods Reduced in every department.
I bog to statu that it is iuiposbiblu lo announcu a prico list of uvery article in my store,
but my entire slock of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Gent's Furnishing1 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,
Gnildren's Cashmere Vests, short sleeves, extra quality, reduced from 7i5e 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 reduced25 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 Lad
Great Reduction im Embroideries, from 5c a yard up.
" u in every description of Laces.
in Lisle thread,
Ecru "Window curtains, reduced to 1.75 pair.
Corsets R&duced one half of former price.
Great Reduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and children's.
m Ladies Jerseys, reduced one hall,
in Ladies' Parasols.
" in Flowers,
" " in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, &c.
Linen Figured Lawn to close out at reduced prices, 6 yards for 1.
DO NOT BUY YOUR DEESS GOODS UNTIL YOU LEARN OUR PRICES.
Ladies', Misses', aud Children's Shoes will be sold at cost to close out.
During my Clearing Sale goods will be sold for Cash Only.
29 lm . EHBJLIOH, 63 Ac 65 JT-ort St.
Jax. 11. No. 29.
60 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will be found to
b an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing GO columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. Thci e is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription S2.50
per annum, including postago to
foreign countries. To be had fiom
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hevett, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Ofllce.
well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not le-.s $100 per uioiith.
Dissolution of Partnership,
nniin interest of Jlr. Clarence Mac
X fiulano in the film of WL'ST,
UOW & CO has this day been pur
chased by Mr Gideon "Wtst, who ns.
mimes all liabilities of silil II rm All
debts duo said firm aru duo and payable
to Mr. G. West.
WEST, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. II, 1S3H.
Mit G, WEST having become sole
owner of thu bubiness can led nn
under the Urn name of. West, Dnw &.
Ce., wilt, in future, carry on said busi
ness under the firm name and stylo of
G. WEST is CO.
Honolulu, Jan. lS,lSt?8. ill) lm
ALL partiea having qluims against
Hli Majcity'a Kitate are reijiKStPd
to have Uulr account-, made out in de
tail, sworn to b to cnrnctiiifs, and pre
sent them to Col. C. P. IiinUu, at the
ofth'o of II. M's Chamberlain, Honolulu,
nilhln thico months from dato of tills
H. M. DAMON,
J. O OAUTEIt,
O. I. 1AUKKA,
Trustees of His Majetty's Estate.
Honolulu. Nov. 81, 1S37. 0i Hin
MESSBS J. E IIIIOWN'&OO. are
authorized to collect iiecounla duo
to ine, and their iteuipt will lo a Bufil
Honolulu, Jan, 8, 188a. 2'J lm
A T TAfl
TOR SO DAYi
ies' White Underwear.
in Linen, Cambric and Silk Handkerchiefs,
in "Window Curtains, prices reduced one half,
in Undressed and Dressed Kid Gloves.
Silk and Jersey Gloes and
Misses' and Children's Straw Hats.
Feathers and Tips.
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EA STMAN ' S ALOHA, HOY T' S COLOGNE
EARINA GERMAN 'COLOGNE, &0.
WING WO TAI & CO,
'41 Ximanii Hired,
Have just rtcehed ex blinr 'Alameda,"
a choice lot of
Embroidered Silk Tabic Covers,
" Pillow Cases.
' " Shawls,
' " llandkcrclilcls,
Silk Sashes, Sandal Wood Tans, &c
Alia large lino of
China Mnttintr, China & Japan Tea,
Camphoi TiunI.,Battan Chaiii",
Japanokc Srreuib, Provisions, Ac.
MB John Mag' on Isnuthoilzed to
colli tt for our arrount, aud i-lgn
ruelpts J. "
Jau, 10, Mi.
BKOWN vV Cfi.
TAfCEfti STOCK! i
PARTMENT ! 1
& CO. -Hi
Hollisler & Go.'s
17-.1 ly ?Hla
Qtcam Works, Bunny South
Tele, Bell nS.JIutuaiaiS!
Depot, Merchant btrcet.
Tele, Ucll 172, Mutual 800.
Tali LiioiinilG Ms. M
Tho undersigned having purchased JIhB
the business of tho Tahiti Lemonade 'IrV
&c. Worhs. the denot lias been removed to KliB
No. IS Merchant Street. J
All order a for Aerated Waters mauu- 9H
fartured at the above establishment will HB
rccenn prompt attention. - S
j. e. lmowN a co. jam
l O. Box 4(19. 1820 'SJHI0
. , tmi
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO. $
Are authorised to collect forho faH
Honolulu Juno 6th, 1SS7. 57
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