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Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
New Store, New Goods
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8, 1888.
S a Australia from San Francisco
From Hawaii and Maid icr W G
Hall, Feb 7 His Majesty tlio King, W
13 Howell, Sam Kauhane, .1 W ICalua
and wife, Noah ICaiihane, J Wallace,
Mrs P Lee and cldld, 11 Sheldon ,T J
Ilaysclden, 13 M Pierce, J Dodd, F
lllgglns, G N Macondray, J Dj'er. D
Morton, Ij Von Tcmpsky, 13 H Wode
housc, Miss M Parrot and 07 deck.
From San Francisco, nor S S Austra
lia, Feb 8 Mrs W I' Tolcr, S T Alexan
der, W P Moulson nnd wife, II Beneko,
It Zclsrlcr and wife, L Bravcmann and
wife, Dr OP Andrews, C lias II Wet
inorc. V Gcrtz, M Davis, Mrs 0 13 Ilcn
soh, II Ludlngtoii jr., Dr. .T FNoycs,
Otto Loeselic, II F Made, S Miiulton,
Lieut Elliott, V Arenfrcd aud son, Mrs
A O Brown, J V Coleman, J .1 Flynn,
S Forinan, Tain Chen. Steerage: J
McLean, N Shlimcrs, 0 W Crane, YV
Battel. W 13 Lelpp, T Sampson, CT
lllldcr, C Conkllu, O Wade, 0 Portu
tugucso, 4 Chinee and 1 .lap.
f'or Kauai per stinr Mlkahala, Feb 7
Ills Honor A F Judd, .V Kosa, Judge
J W ICalua, S K Kane, P Neumann,
Hon "W It Castle, Hon A P I'neltaolc,
E W Purvis, T Takcchi, R W Irwin, G
O Nakaynma, Mrs II Isenberg, T Llsh
man, 1C Katsura, Mrs A Hopper, Mrs U
Cltowe, JC Schlrch, Mts Failey, J T
Colburu, Jos Morse. S llenlto, D Wig
gins, S Lacy, H Toms, 0 Bossc, J W
Kahili, I B Segclkc and GO deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, per steamer
Klnau, Feb 7 Hon J Wight, wife and
servant, D II Hitchcock, .1 II Wodc
houso jr, W White, a T.tnaka and 40
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Hall 4,213 bags sugar, 12G hides, 48
bags coffee aud 1H8 bags kalo.
The S S Australia, II. C. noudlcttc,
Commander, left San Francisco Jan.
31st, at 2 p m., blowing a southeaster,
with a rough bar. At (5 p in cleared up
wind hauling to N W. Experienced
iiuo weather until Feb. Ctli. when it
blow a heavy souther, with a very
rough confused sea. Slowed down from
C p m to 5 a m, thcucs to port flue
weather. Feb 2d spoke brig W G Ir
win 0 days out from Honolulu, Lat 31
N Long 130 deg 30 sec W. Same day
pascd an Am. ship in ballast steering
S S W. On approachlug the Islands
this morning at 4:30 our signal made 13
miles from Diamond Head was answer
ed from the Station there inside of two
minutes. The Captain thinks that such
vigilance on the part of the Station
Keeper should be publicly noticed.
VESSELS IN PORT.
H M S Caroline, Sir W Wiseman
U S S Vandalia, Bear Admiral Kimberly
Bk Caibarlen, Perkins
Bk Mln, McCroue
Am tern G C Perkins, Nordberg,
Bktne Amelia, Newhall
Bgntuo Consuelo, Cousins
Bk Lady Lampson, Londergren
S S Australia, Houdlett
H Nclths Si's Zilvereu Ktuis, Jocko,
from S America due Mar 1-20
USSMurion, from South America,
due Jan 10-31
Am bark Will W Case, Koucrtson,
from San Francisco, due at Kahuhii,
Am S S Alamcdu, H G Morse, from
the Colonies, en route to Sau Francisco,
duo Feb 12
HUMS Tbiikuba, from Tahiti, duo
Ger bark Dcutehland, from Bremen,
sailed October 28th, due Feb 1-20
Am bk. Maltha Davis, F M Benson,
from Boston, duo Mar 1
Am ship Mystic Belle, Cooke, fiom
Now York, duo March 1-20
Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from
Cardiff, October 22d, duo March 1-20
Brit bk Natuna, sailed from Liver
pool, Nov 20th, due Mar 5-31
Am bk Saranac, from San Francisco,
duo Jan 1-10.
Am bk Lady Harewood, front Hong
kong, duo Dec 5-23
Guv bkll Prltzenlerg, from Ilonkong,
duo Deb 10-15
Am bktne Eureka, Meyers, from San
Francisco, due Jan 1-10
Am torn Doia Bltihtn, from San Fran
cisco, duo at Hilo, Jan 25-31
Am bark CO Whltmoie, from Port
Townscnd, duo Jan 20-31.
USS Adams from Samoa, duo Feb
Am bk Kdward May, Johnson, from
Hongkong, duo Jan 20-31.
A in bktno Hattlo 8 Bangs, Bangs,
from Hongkong, duo Teh 1-5.
Am ship Anna from San Francisco,
duo at ICithuliii, Maul, Jim 28-31.
Haw S S Australia, 11 O Houdlette,
from SatiFranolsco, duo Feb 7.
Iu Sau Francisco, .Inn. 20th, of pneu
monia. Charlotto Elinor Hanks, only
remaining child of Walter S. and Nellie
M. Hunks, Aged 4 years, 4 months and
THE NICARAGUA CANAL.
New York, Jan. 31. Tho special
correspondent of tho "Herald,"
writing from Camp Corozo of the
Nicaragua canal expedition, says
that supplies, etc., have been trans
ported inland, camps established and
tlio work of surveying tho route be
gun. Tho dilllcultics which confront
the corps, the correspondent writes,
are discouraging, especially in con
nection with the personal discomfort
to which the party is subjected, but
all hands are cheerful and hopeful.
The letter relates many thrilling in
cidents of the initial stages of the
work, among others tho adventures
pf two assistants, who were lost in
Ihe jungle for nine days, and'reached
the camp half dead, by floating down
fio Indian river on a log.
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Cnll nnd Kxnmlno tlio
$12.60 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
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LOCAL &.GENERVL HEWS.
A oooi) phaeton is advertised for.
i i m '
A cottaoe with largo
stables tit Waikiki, is to let,
Mn. A. M. llewett has our thanks
for files of lata papers.
CoMMODonu Bancroft Glierurdi has
been promoted to ltenr Admiral.
The Trenton, Ihig-Bhip of tho Paci
fic Squadron, sailed Jan. 3ul for here,
Tiium: will bo U Band Concert at
tho Hawaiian Hotel to-morrow even
ing. Fifty posscngors canto by the S. S.
Australia this morning, 45 adults and
5 under 12 years of age.
Mn. Wingale, nt otto time
freight clerk for lite I. I. S.
died recently at KunauB.
Mn. Hamilton Johnson's chicken
toost, Wuikiki, was tobbed of 18 of
Iiis best hens, night before last.
Tun Marion left San Joso do Guu
tumaln, Jan. 2nd, for Honolulu via
Acapulco, and is now due here.
The California fruit market has re
ceived a frosh consignment of all
goods in their lino ex Australia.
This ladies of tho Central Union
Church, will hold a sociable at tho
church pallors, to-morrow, Thursday,
Commander Geo. W. Pigman, has
been ordered to th Command of the
Adams and Commander Kcuipfi"
Mr. Schumaii lias bought out
Lessor's express carriage business,
which consisted of 8 cftrriagss, 1G
horses, stand, stableB and good trill.
Mn. L. B. Kerr notifies his debtors
that all bills contracted before Dec.
31st, 1887, and not settled during tho
current month, will be placed in tho
hands of a collector.
Mr. James F. Morgan will sell at
public auction at his sales room at 12
noon to-monow, 100 boxes fresh Cali
fornia apples. This is a rare chance
for people to procuic first clas fruit
at reasonable prices.
LOSS OF THE GLAUS SPRECKELS.
-The brigantine Claus Spreckels,
belonging to the O. S.S. Co., and com
manded by Captain Swift, formerly
master of the W. H. Dimond, was
wrecked during a fog near Golden
Gate, California. Her cargo was
lost and the hull was sold for a small
amount. No lives lost.
DEATH OF MR. GIBSON.
News came by the steamship Australia-to-day
of the death of Mr. W.
M. Gibson, ex-premier of the Ha
waiian Kingdom. The sad event
occurred on January 21, at St.
Mary's Hospital, San Francisco.
The deceased was about 6-1 3'ears of
age at the time of his death. We
deeply sympathise with the surviv
ing relatives in their bereavement.
NEW VACCmT MATTER.
The Australia haying brought a
fresh supply of vaccine for tho
Board of Health, Dr. Wood is pre
pared to vaccinate all who will apply
at the Government Dispensary be
tween the hours of 8 and 10 o'clock
Physicians will be furnished with
small amounts on application to Dr.
Tho S. S. Australia, flying a yel
low flag, arrived this morning, and
was allowed to come to the O.S.S.Co's
wharf, where she was put in quaran
tine and placed under guard. The
passengers will bo allowed to go to
cottages approved by the Board of
Health, 'and be kept in quarantine
until they have been 18 days from
Sau Francisco. Only ono of tho
Hawaiian Hotel cottages will be used
by the 'Board of Health this time,
The steamer has a clean bill of
DEATH OF ELIZA MEEK.
Miss Eliza Meek, tho oldest
daughter of Captain John Meek,
died at tho residence of Mr. Horace
Crabb, at 7 o'clock this morning.
Miss Eliza Meek was born on the
3rd of March, in 1832. She was a
half-white and sistcr-iu-law to Mr.
Horace Crabb. Miss Meek was,
when a girl, noted for her leader
ship of large riding parlies, and was
a favorite among her sex. Sho has
been sick for about a month past,
her death was caused by a general
breaking up. She owned a half in
terest in property on King street,
near Mnunakca, and was financially
THE NEW MARSHAL.
Before tho whistles had fairly
stopped sounding the hour pf 12 this
noon, His Ex. C. W. Ashford, Attorney-General,
Mr. Sopor, entered tho Marshal's
office in the Police Court building,
where they wcro met by Deputy
Marshal Pallia and tho Marshal's
clerk. The Attorney-General, open
ing an official envelope, took out a
largo sheet of white parchment,
decorated with sealing, wax, and
tnn (I imlmi Hntn rf 1?n1itnn
ivtuij uimut utiu u iUiinij u,
under date of February 8,
the appointment of John Har-
The Aroade-EGAN & CO.
New Htock, I.ntcst (Styles to suit tho
ris Soper to tho Marslinlship of tho
Hawaiian Kingdom, signed hy Ka
laknua, Kcx, aud countersigned by
Mr. C. W. Ashford, Attorney-General.
Mr. Sopor was then intro
duced to the Police force hy Mr.
Pabin, and congratulations were ex
tended. Bgsujiia ij i ijiii..m
NEWS BY THE HALL.
Tho steamer W. G. Hall was at
Kau during the heavy weather of
Saturday and Sunday last. She re
turned to Kona on Mondn', but
could not touch nt all of her ports.
During the gnlo above referred to,
the surf ran tremendously high on
th'e Kona coast.
Two churches and two dwelling
houses were blown down and swept
away ; one house at Hoopuloa and
one at Hookcna.
Tho sea ran a considerable dis
tance inland at somo places along
the coast, and stono walls were
washed away and the roads ruined.
No lives were lost.
Sunday tho 5th, the galo was at
The death of Walter-Murray Gib
son, on Saturday the 21st instant,
did not cause a ripple on tho sur
faes of our city life. The hurry
and push of business went on as
usual, and only a fow personal
friends and newspaper, reporters
paid any attention to the matter.
Iiis hody was embalmed, and the
remains go down by steamer to-day
for interment in the Islands. A
gentleman who was with him during
hiB closing moments, says that "Ha
waii" was the last intelligible word
he uttered. It is past a peradven
turo that the Islands were upper
most in his mind, and although he
was undoubtedly mistaken in his
methods and purpose, the fact re
mains that he gave to their service
his best thoughts. Speak kindly
therefore of the dead,
will minclo with the clods of
valley and bo as dust and ashes.
The beet sugar "boom" promises
to be quito as important and more
lasting than tho land "boom" of
Southern and Central California.
Colonel Spreckels has been to
Chico, in Butte county, to select the
site for a second beet factory, the
first one in Watsonville being well
underway. A third will probably
be erected at one of the landings at
a navigable point on the Sacramento
river, a ntty-acro lot, witu water
rights and wharf being offered in fee
as an inducement by the proprietor.
The adjoining country is suitable
for beet culture.
These are only samples of what is
going on. I learn that inquiries by
hundreds have been received from
points East of Missouri River and
from the South, asking for informa
tion and inviting Colonel Spreckels
to visit and address them. He is of
course too busy a man to go all
around the Continent to satisfy the
craving for information on this sub
ject, but he manages nevertheless
to reply to all reasonable queries.
The coming season will see three,
if not more, of these factories in
fulloperation. It is estimated that
the farmer will get bout $150 an
aero for his beets while the factory
will make large dividends.
It is reported that Mr. Steele,
manager of the American Refinery,
has set off to Germany to get beet
sugar machinery. lie is on a wild
goose chase, however. Col. Spreck
els has tho exclusive right to the use
of tho latest patents for tho United
States. Old fashioned machinery
has no show with it. The American
declared a dividend, but whether
from capital or profit is uncertain.
The point is puzzling experts here.
The American Sugar Trust is get
ting in its work. The organization
East, representing the New York,
Brooklyn and Portland refineries
and two South, having been com
pleted, production is regulated by
only operating a slated number and
closing the others. As a result,
prices of raws dropped from 4gc. to
4$c. in a few days, while granu
lated susar advanced from 5 11-lGc.
to 7Jc. and crushed from 5jjo. to
8fic." per pound. The New York
"World" calculates that on a raise
of lie. per pound of sugar the
Sugar Trust will add an annual pro
fit of 4G,800,000 on the year's con
sumption. This 'will affect Island
sugar tho price of which is regulated
by Now York. While the Trust
last raws will be cheap and refined
There is a growing feeling that
tho sugar duty will bo reduced.
Many San Francisco merchants favor
its abolition. If tho duty be taken
off sugar the Hawaiian Islands will
bo worse off with the Treaty than
without it. And they will not bo
ablo to get rid of it and impose
duties on American goods.
Tho loss of tho Clauso Spreckels
outside tho bar on a reef was only
serious inasmuch as it prevented tho
sugar supply from accumulating.
But tho Zealandia the same day
brought several hundred tons, which
tho Australia supplemented largely.
Vessel and cargo were covered by
Your pcoplo need not build upon
an opposition steamer line. None
is likely because none is possible.
Instead of quarrelling with the ad
mirable Beryipe ypu havo got you
should unite hi making it profitable.
This g tlio true way to ensure an
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efficient and permanent service.
Thero Is no small community in tho
world so well served with steamer
facilities as Honolulu.
Interest attaches to the tho Islands
here, and everyone from them on
arrival is subject to a Tunning fire of
questions by interviewers, who some
times get things irretrievably mixed.
But as the interview is prepared for
local readers, ignorant of tho facts,
this defect is not very material.
The San Francisco papers aro tak
ing great interest in the alleged de
tention of Messrs. Strong and Taver
nicr at Honolulu for debt. Tlio
Bhapo the discussion is taking must
have a bad effect upon the Islands'
travel. This is n point not to bo
overlooked. A' little thought must
convince any one that the time has
come for the abolition of the pass
port system. It is hurting tho repu
tation of the country greatly and all
visitors to the Islands camplain of it.
The Hospital tax is also a source of
complaint. Why transient visitors
should be compelled to contribute
to the support of nu institution iu
the management of which they have
no voice, and which would be closed
to them except by paying special
fees, is a thing that no fellow can
Business is booming all along the
line. The great cold in the East and
North-western and Western States
is driving scores of families to Cali
fornia for homes. The State is fast
filling up with the most desirable
class of people. Next election will
give the Republicans a sweeping
majority as the immigration is chiefly
from Republican States.
"Tho Glorious Climato of Cali
fornia" must take a now departure
or ceaso to bo a marketablo article.
Week before last it froze so hard
that water pipes burst all over the
city and across the Bay. Flowers
and plants were killed, and snow lay
well down on the adjacent mountains
for a fortnight. The weather is now
milder, with fogs and rain.
Tho Honolulu Colony seems to bo
doing fairly well judging by appear
ances. Mr. F. L. Clarke recently
lectured to a full house on the Isl
ands, and exhibited Tavernier's
picture of Kilonea. The Jorons and
Michiels assisted by musical accom
paniments. I have been told that
the Jorans, Michiels, and Clarke arc
likely to form a combination, travel
ling with Tavernier's picture as the
performer. Mr. Clarke would lecture
on the Islands, and point out their
advantages as a winter health resort.
I think it might do good. In that
case Mr. Clarke should get some
thing for his lectures besides his
share of tho gate money which
would be small and uncertain. Pay
ment by results would perhaps be
The City of New York had four
smallpox cases on board. Two new
cases developed since her arrival.
Corisul-GeneralMcKinley will soon
bo able to throw away his crutches.
Tho New York "Mail and Ex
press" relates the experience which
a jeweler had with a customer:
"Will you please saw this ring off
my finger?" It was an old woman
who made this remark to a Broadway
jeweler, and as the worker in gold
and silver took the wrinkled though
fat and shapely hand into his it
trembled violently, and a tear drop
ped upon the counter. "Excuse
me," continued tho old lady, "but
it is my wedding ring ; I have never
had it off since I was married
forty-five years ago ; I have refrained
from having it cut, hoping that 1113
fluger might get thinner and that I
could take it -off without breaking
"And what if I can remove it
without cutting?" inquired the
"But can you?" sho said looking
up in a half-credulous way; "if you
can, do it by all means."
Thon the jeweler took the swollen
finger and wound it round from tho
top downward in a length of flat
rubber braid. The clastic cord ex
erted its force upon the tissues of
the finger gently and gradually until
tho flesh bccmed to be pushed down
to the bone The old woman's hand
was held abovo her head for a brief
Interval. Then tho bandage was
quickly uncorded and re-wound
about the member. This was re
peated three times, and finally it was
found, upon uncovering the finger,
that it was small enough to admit
tho ring being removed with ease.
"I have never failed but once,"
said tho joweler, "and I have re
moved many rings from fingers even
more Bwollen than yours. Do I
charge for it? Oh, yes, I ask tho
same amount that 1 would get if tho
ring were left to ho mended after
being cut $1. Thank youl" und
ho turned to his bench and tho old
woman left tho storo ho added:
"But, after all, she mignt havo done
tho same thing herself. It's not the
work, however, I charge for ; it's tho
'know how.' "
How the young elephants, in the
large herds escape from being
crushed, is something of a mystery,
as they uro almost continually in
motion ; but Trh.cn a herd is alarmed,
tlio young almost Immediately dis
appear. A close observer would
see that each bady was trotting
along directly beueatU its mother,
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With, tho l'lnest J)lilny or Uooitn
over Hliown In tlikH Kingdom.
sometimes between hor forelegs.
On the march, when a little ele
phant is born in n herd, they stop a
day or two to allow it time to exer
cise its little Hmb3 and gain strength,
and then they pi ess on, the mothers
and babies iu front, the old tuskers
following in the rear, but ready to
rush forward at the first alarm.
When rock3' or hilly plnccs are
reached, the little ones are helped
up by the mothers, who push them
from behind and in various ways j
but when n river has to be forded or
swam, a comical sight ensues.
The stream may bo very rapid
and rough, as the Indian rivers often
arc nfler a rain, and at such a place
the babies would hardly bo able to
keep up with the rest ; so tho mothors
and fathers help them. At first all
plunge boldly in both old and
young and when the old elephants
reach deep water, where they havo
to swim, the young scramble upon
their backs and sit astride, some
times two being seen in this position.
But the very young elephants often
requiro a little more caro and atten
tion, so they nro held either upon
the tusks of the father or grasped
in the trunk of the mother, and held
over or just at the surface of the
water. Such a sight is a curios one,
to say tho least the great elephants
almost hidden beneath the water,
here and there a young one seem
ingly walking on tho water, resting
upon a submerged back, or held
aloft while the dark waters roar be
low. St. Nicholas for November.
A SENSATIONAL STORY.
London, January 30. The "St.
James Gazette" says it has authentic
advices from St. Petersburg that an
army oiucer who nas ueen shot m
the region of the heart was taken to
the hospital, where the doctors de
clared that his wound was mortal.
Tho officer thereupon admitted that
he had shot himself in order to avoid
the necessity of shooting the Czar.
He said he was a member of a sec
ret society, which had balloted to
sec who should undertake to assas
sinate the Czar, and the choice had
fallen upon him. Several persons
in the hospital who overheard part
of this confession were immediately
arrested. A full co'nfcssion of the
olllcer was taken in writing by tho
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' ' A C'OMI'I.KTK MNK OB" --
CROSSE &. BLACK.WELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
JUST UF.CK1VED KX "ZnAIANDIA."
A FINE LOT OF ''NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of I3. Z. " Taranaki Butter,"
All of which wc ofler to the Public at ItEASONABLE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats I
By eiich arrival Trom New Zealand SOMETHING FINE.
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Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A. largo assortment of
Comprising the well-Uuown brands of x
COLGATE & CO., LTJNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
iTAEINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
For Jflnle iVfc H.eHoixlLl Prices.
ioi2 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
$5.00 REDUCED TO $2.50.
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