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The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Hew Store, New Goods
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
Call niul llMimlno tlio
$12.50 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Fluent CiiNtotn Iliuln Clothing,
InUrV& Ucut'H l'liic HIioch.
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SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 1888.
Slim1 Kinsui from Windward Polls
Gcrb.uk rrliilzunborg fioin Hongkong
Bglno l 1 SpieokoN from Sun Kiniiclscu
btmr Llketike from Ktiluilul
Stmr Jus iMnkco from Kanan
bclir Canute from Kuan
Btmr Wnlnloalo for Kriual at 2 p in
Bgtne Consuclo for San Francisco
Bark V 15 Godfrey for San Francisco
Sclir Wallclo for Kuan
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Sclir Mol Wahlne for Kobolalclc
Sclir Cnnuto for Kuan
Stmr Llkcllko for Kahulul and way
poits at 5 p in
From Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
W G Hall, Feb 17 Mrs .1 .Monsarrat
and ebild, Mrs II Dickson, Miss Dick
son, K Cattou, 10 M Jones, A Cbong and
For this Colonics, per S S Zcalandla,
Feb 17 J S Cattercll, K IT llollliis and
wife, W Bartcll, W Farlingcr, J Leaver
and 7 Cbinamcn.
For San Francisco, per brigautino
Consuclo, Feb 18 E W Polrco. J J
Naborga, wife and (i cbildrcu, II Week,
G Drcnbacli, wife and Infant, J Mtm
llclo and wifo and V Kodeiick.
For San Francisco, per bark W B
Godfrey, Feb 18 Mr Thos Hughes.
From Kahulul and by polls,' per
steamer Likclikc, Feb 18 F G Correa,
C N Spencer, Mrs Sheldon and child, J
Grnuwald, R D Walbridge, Mr Allen, U
T Walker, Mis D Center, Mis Ijrodie,
Miss E Munroc.
From Kauai, per steamer Jas Makec,
Feb 18 Hon G II Dole, .Mrs Kitchen,
MrsFP Hastings, Misses Kitchen (3),
and 10 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
StmrW G Hall 3,557 bags sug.ir, S2
bags awa, 159 bags coffee, a horses
anu (5 hides.
Stmr Likclikc 5,000 bags sugar.
Stmr Jas Makce 2,570 bags sugar.
The whaler Ohio appeared off Dia
mond Head this afternoon
The schooner Anna sailed from Kahu
lui for fan Fiaricisco last Wednesday.
The schooner Kaalokai left Hana-
mauln last evening with 830 bags of
sugar for Honolulu.
The brigantiue Consuclo -sailed this
noon for ban FraucUco with 1,000 bags
sugar..C,0G0 bags rice and 180 bunches
banana; Value 37,221.10.
Tlic bark W B Godfrey, s died to-day
for San Francisco, with 8,124 bags of
sugar from Castle & Cooke. 7,108 from
Davics & Co, 1,001 from Sehaefer & Co,
1,571 from Brewer & Co, and 258 from
the HSNCo. Total sugar 18,005 bags,
valued at 98,105.19.
VESSELS 1(1 PORT.
H M S Caroline, Sir W Wiseman
USS Vandalia, Hear Admiral KImberly
Bktue Amelia, Newlmll
Bk Lady Harewood, Williams
Bk Colusa, Backers
VESSELS EXPECTED FROM FOREIGN
ILNolths M's Zilvereu Kruis, Jocke',
from S America duo Mar 1-20
Am bark Will 'W Case, Robertson,
from San Francisco, due at Kahulul,
H I J 31 S Thukuba, from Tahiti, duo
Ger bark Dentchland, from Bremen,
sailed October 2Sth, duo Feb'1-20
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
from Boston, due Mar 1
Am ship Mystic IIcllc, Cooke, from
New York, duGMarch 1-20
Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from
Cardiff, October 22d, due March 1-20
Britbk Niituna, sailed from Liver-
i.nnl Nnv onth. iliio"M..ivTi-31
Am bk Saranac, from Sau Francisco,,
Ger bkll Piitzcnlerg,Jrom Honkong,
due Dec 10-in
Am bktnc Eureka, Meyers, from San
Frauciseo, due Jan 1-10
Am bark COW hltinore, from Port
Townsend, due Jan 20-iIl.
USS Adams from Samoa, due Feb
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Hongkong, duo Jau 20-111.
Am bktne llnttlc S Bangs, Bangs,
from Hongkong, duo Fell 1-5.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Mil. Frank Gcrtss ib now opening
up his new stock of boots and shoes.
A house woll broken to harness,
warranted sound andgpntlo is offered
Keama mill, Kauni, has MiBpondpd
gi hiding for a few days to put in tlio
now diffusion plant.
The steamer Jas. Makco lias taken
21,000 bngs sugar from Kealia plan
tation, sinco January last.
II. IIackfiii.u & Co.'s Ciedit Bale
commences- on Monday next, and
will continue, for four days.
The steanior W. O.' Hall will sail
on her usual routo on Tuesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock, and tho Kinau for
Hilo and way ports the same day at
4 p. m. '
Mil T. Kliimiii. tho new Jimaiicsa
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missionary will speak at tho Gospel
Service in Queen Emma Hall to-morrow
morning, Peoplo who have
Japanese in their employ will pleuso
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By order of Moebre. T, II. Davics
& Co., Mr. Ti, J. Levey will hold a
gieat elcaianco sale of a largo and
varied assortment of merchandise at
his salesrooms on Monday, at 10
a. in. , A liberal credit will bo given
Jo tLjo trade,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Willi tlic Finest IUHjilnj or (JooiIh
over mIiowii In Hum Kingdom.
Tin: wooden building on llotol
sticct sold at auction by Mr. Morgan
yesterday was knocked down to Mis.
Jloo for ifldO.
.1. Stewart llAi'ii:it, biolhcr of
Mis. V. W, Damon, in connection
willi Yan l'hoo Leo and Guy Maine,
is to publish u Chine.o weekly news
paper, tlio "Chinese Evangelist," for
special use in tlio ninny Chinese Sun
day Schools in the UTnitoil Stales.
Mils. Kobcit Love, proprietress of
Love'ij bakery, is prepared to furnish
all kinds of plain and fancy In cad
and eiaekers, alto saloon bread, milk
bread, etc. She especially solicits
island oideis, wliieh will receive
prompt and careful attention.
At the annual meeting of the Ho
nolulu lion Works Co. held on
Tliuisday last, tlio following oilicers
'wore elected for tlio ensuing year:
Theo. II. D.ivies President
Thos.li. Walker.,. . . .Yice-Piesident
F. M. Swanzy. .Secretary it Tieasuier
W. L. Green Auditor
Tun following persons were sworn
and empaneled as u eoioner's jury in
tlio inquest held on the body of tlio
late Geo. Engolhnrdt yesteulay: E.
Elirlicli, A. Vogol, 11. J. Nolto, .lax.
Steincr, C. Gertz and Mr. Wollcrs.
The inquest will bo held on Wednes
day. Mil. Moody, who had agreed to
visit the Pacific Coast this winter,
lias asked the committee to leleasc
him from his engagement. He pro
mises to spend several months in ic
vival work in California- next year.
As his request lias been granted, we
cannot expect 'him to visit the isl
ands as has been anticipated.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this afternoon
commencing at -1:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
Mai ch The Prince Zainiira
O vci tin c The Vcitalo Spontini
Gavotte Stephanie Zibulk.i
Selection Mignon (levived)... Thomas
Waltz Thousand and one nights
Quadrille Cox and Box (icvivcd)...
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The following is the programme
for the Blue Ribbon entertainment
in the Y. M. (J. A. hall this
evening to which everybody is cordi
ally invited :
Piano solo A. S. Wall
Duct Mcssis. Lyman
Recitation Miss Jane Hare
Song Miss Bertha von Holt
Beading ". Miss X. J. Malone
Duet Misses von Holt
Address Iiev. Geo. Wallace
LAST MIGHT'S FIRE.
The fire alarm last night was for a
blaze in a Chinese store on Fort
street near Kukui. The Hose from
No. 4, was quickly on the spot and
succeeded, without the assistance of
rest of the department, in subduing
the flames. The water was supplied
from one of the new hydrants, and.
the pressure was so great that the
building was soon Hooded.
A NEW CALENDAR.
The Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of New York, of which Hon. S. G.
Wilder. is agent for these Islands,
have issued a very handsome and
useful calendar. The body contains
a lithograph print of the main en
trance of the company's building in
New York, and to the right of this
of this is attached a small block of
slips, one for each day of the year.
They have also issued a Porte-Folio
containing 4 pages of blotting paper,
Making a very useful and convenient
blotter for private or business use.
THE BRUCE ASSAULT AND
The Bruco assault' and battery
case occupied the attention of the
Police Court Judge all this forenoon.
It was the opinion of the court that
the child had been too severely pun
ished, no matter what sho had done.
It was fuVther the opinion of the
court that it was very wrong to force
the girl to tell a Ho jn order to pre
vent further whipping. The defen
dants were reprimanded atul dis
charge. LYING IN STAT?.
Tho remains of the lato Walter
Murray Gibson have been lying in
state from 10 a. si. to-day, at his
late residence on Palace Square,
Tho place has been thronged with
visitora, many of whom were natives,
who expressed, a kindly aloha for
the dcpartedTremicr. Tlio remains
will bo "removed from the house to
morrow, at 2:45 r. si., and taken to
the Roman Catholic Cathedral, where
the funeral ceremony will take place,
after which they will ho deposited in
a vault in tho Catholic Cemetery.
Tho friends of the funiily uud tho
public generally uic cordiafly invited
to attend the funeral.
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL TERM.
UCFOlin I10I.K, J,
Satuuday, Fell. 18, 1888.
Tho Court opened at 10 a. ji,
Hawaiian -jurors in attendance; and
at 11 :SG i. si. takes a recess until 1
In ro estate of Mauno (w), of Hono
lulu, Oahu, deceased, Appeal of
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
SfcivMlocIt, J.ntost KljleHlo Mitt (ho
i.im.iww.1 uiijui.'h.hiihiwihi ii . i. a
Knhnlcwni (w). Tartly heard on
15, 10 and 17, ami continued until
to-day. Being tried before a Ha
waiian jury. Counsel for propo
nent, is to produce physician's cer
tificate as to his being too ill to pro
ceed with the trial at I p. in.
W. L. llolokahiki for proponent ;
A. C. Smilli and A. llos.i for contestant.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
nnionn dolu, j.
Satuhhay, Feb. 18, 1888.
15. Wery vs. John Naki ct til.
Petition for foreclosure of mortgage,
llcturn day postponed fioni yes
terday. Monday the 27th inst., is
appointed for a hearing of defend
J. M. Monsarrat for plaintiff ; W.
C. Achi for defendant.
In" re bankruptcy of Jose 1. Am
oral. Bankrupt's petition for dis
charge. Ordered discharged from
his debts. V. V. Ashford for bank
rupt. Late Forme if s.
Washington, 1'cb. 2. Senator
Keiina of West Virginia and Senator
Sherman of Ohio locked horns in
debate on tho tariff in the Senate
to-day, to the edification of a large
crowd of spectators who had asscni;
bled to hear Kcnna speak. The
greater part of his speech was de
voted to Sherman's record and ut
terances upon tho tariff twenty years
ago, his object being to show that
the Ohio Senator, when he made his
attack upon the President's tarifF
message recently, expressed views
wholly at varianco with those enter
tained by him in past years. Kcnna
is a forcible speaker, and he had
Sherman's record down to a fine
point. He quoted from speeches
made by Sherman in 1801, 18G4,
1870 and 1882, to show that he was
not then in favor of the abolition of
the tax on tobacco. He explained
the reason of the President's veto of
the latt Kiver and Harbor Bill, which
Sherman had severely criticized, by
saying that it was put in Cleveland's
hands only a few hours before the
expiration of tho session.
Shennadoah (Pa.), Feb. 3 Tho
striking miners here have overstep
ped all bounds, and have been riot
ing up and down the streets in full
possession of the town. At 5
o'clock, when the non-Union miners
left their work in the Shenandoah
City and West Shenandoah col
lieries, a lot of striking Polanders
attacked them with stones. A squad
of 'half a dozen coal and iron police
went at once to their assistance.
They caught one of the rioters' and
were hustling hiin off, when the
strikers rallied and rescued him and
began to handle the oilicers roughly.
The latter, howevor, succeeded in
breaking away, and started for the
Shenandoah City mine, followed by
a ciowd of riotous strikers, who now
numbered about a thousand, and
who continued their attacks on the
men and boys coming from the
mines. Six policemen accepted the
odds against them and returned the
New Yoik, Feb. 5 Dr. McGlynn
is now engaged in making declara
tions of independence. Some
American bishops have been trying
at Itomc to have his case re-opened.
Dr. McGlynn says he will notify
Home that his case is withdrawn.
He does not want to go back to the
church. He buid to-night, before
the Anti-Poverty Society: "In
trigues and want of temporal
power have injured the cause of re
ligion. If they (his ecclesiastical
opponents) follow me with arts of
which they are master I shall ex
pose them. 1 shall do it in defense
of a cause that is more to me than
honor or life. I shall not permit the
cause to suffer if I can help it. ( I
give them warning that I am in pos
session of knowledge that will
make the country too hot to hold
some of thein. It will be the part of
prudence to let me alone."
Washington, Feb. 7. Secretary
Vilas has decided that justice must
be done to Albert Dirsch, who made
a cash entry in good faith upon a
a quarter section of land in To un
ship 2!J north, Kango 1 west, Shasta
Land District. Tho Commissioner
of the Land Ollice holds that tho
land having been temporarily with
drawn from tho market by a home
stead ontry, it waa not subject to
private entry. Vilas orders tho con?
sideration of tho case to bo ' by a
Board of Equitable Adjudication.
New Yoik, Feb. 7A Washing
ton special says that in response to
a communication sent out in October
by the Interstate Commerce Coin
mibsion in reference to conformity
to the law, a large number of ro
plies have been received, represent
ing a majoilty of tho roads. Oilicers
of some of tho roads say that if they
stiictly observo tho law it will force
them into insolrency. Tho Bur
lington iindMissouri Houd says that
it does not respect tho long and
short haul clause in its California
business. Tho California Southern
Company says that it respects the
law as to ratos except where there
is competition with water-carriers,
and in those cases lliero has been
Toledo, Feb. 7 Tho "Blade"
publishes a statement that a syndi
cate of Now York, Toledo, Chicago
and Detroit capitalists, representing
$25,000,000, held a mooting last
night at Detroit and organized to
build a pipcflino from the North
western Ohio oil fields to Toledo and
erect refineries, so as to compclo
with the Standard Oil Company.
They claim to own patents on a new
process of tcQnlug, nud can place
their product on the maiket at a
cheaper rate. The capital stock of
the new company is 810,000,000.
The only name that has yet been
publicly connected with the enter
prise is George Clark of Chicago.
Boston, Feb. 7. Hon. George B.
Loring, late Commissioner of Agri
culture, to-day delivered before the
farmers of New England, attending
the annual meeting of the Massa
chusetts Agricultural Society, a stir
iug speech in favor of protection,
during which ho made the following
"The value of the farmer's land
and crops is vastly increased by
"neighboring manufactures diversi
fied industry being the law. Tho
home market is the farmer's reli
ance, both for his staples and his
local crops. A protective tariff de
vclopes the home market. An un
protected industry cannot succeed
in this or in any other country. The
reduction of the tariff below the
point of protection has been fatal
to the industries to which it has
been applied. The American pro
ducer can sell dearest and buy
cheapest in the markets of his own
couuhy, and the foreicn market is
to him unimportant. A policy which
depresses labor destroys the farmer's
Washington, Feb. 7 Ex-Governor
Rodman M. Price of New Jersey,
who is in this city to-day, sent a let
tor to each member of tho National
Demcratic Committee, at tho request
of prominent San Francisco Demo
crats, urging that that city be select
ed as the place of meeting of the
next Democratic Convention. Gov
ernor Prico suggests that by making
the date of the Convention July 7th
the occasion may be made highly
commemorative of the celebration of
the first raising of the American Hag
over California on July 7, 181G, the
acquisition of the territory under
the administration of President Polk,
and the wonderful development of
the territory since its acquisition.
Washington, Feb. 7. At last the
Administration lias awakened to the
fact that it must assume its share of
the responsibility for tho non-enforcement
of the Chinese Restriction
Act and that it cannot longer afford
to make Congress the scape-goat for
the failure of its attempts to carry
into effect tlic legislation intended
to exclude the Chinese from this
country. The State Department
ofllcials are now cng.iged in the pre
paration of thcdraft of a treaty
with China, and the supplemental
agreement with tlic British authori
ties who control the port of Hong
kong, that will absolutely prohibit
the landing of Chinese laborers in
the United States.
New York, Feb. 7. The rumor is
persisted in that negotiations are
under way for tho sale of the Com
mercial Cable. Vice-President De
Castro says that tho rumor is an un
mitigated falsehood. " Further
than this," said do Castro, "the
public may expect that the present
rate will be maintained and that no
change is likely until the Commer
cial is consulted."
Redwood City, .Feb. 7. Dr. L.
A. Powell, who shot and killed
Ralph A. Smith, editor of the Times
and Gazette, on tho 29th of Npvem
ber,was to-day released on bonds of
825,000 in accordance with the rul
ing of tho Supreme Coiut. Follow
ing arc his bondsmen: S. S. Stam
baugh, 82,000; G. II. Rice, 82500;
J. II. Offerman, 82,500; G. L.
Sampson, 82,500; O, J, Hynding,
82,500; T. II. Phelps, 81,000; A.
Gordon, 8-1,500; D. W. Sampson,
S2.500; J. L. Ross, 82,500.
Now York, Feb. 7. A dispatch
from Piainficld, N. J., says: The
heirs of the late John Roach are
about to bring u suit against the
United States Government for $2,
500,000 damages, for its rofusal to
accept a ship which he bull for It.
Garnclt Roach, sou of John Roach,
says: "I cannot indorse tho correct
ness of the dispatch, because I am
one of the heirs and I am not going
to biing suit against the Govern
ment." On being pressed, Uaructt
tacitly acknowledged that l)c wag
aware that tlio other heirs were con
templating an action of tho kind.
Washington, Feb. 7. The Presi
dent will appoint one Chief Com
missioner mid four Assistant Com
missioners under tho leceutactof
Congress, to take charge of the
American exhibit at the Melbourne
Berlin, Feb. The Governments
of Germany and Austria publish
to-duy the treaty of 1879, in order
to remove tho doubts entertained
regarding its purely defensive inten
tions. The (Irst article of the treaty
"Should cither of tho two coun
tries, contrary 16 their hope and
wish, bo attacked by Russia, each is
pledged to assist tho other its
entire military force and conclude a
peaeo upon terms mutually agrcc-ablo.
"Should either country bo attacked
by any other power, the other
pledges itself to maintain an attitude
of neutrality, unless Russia should
assist tho aggressor, when war
operations will bejearried on in com
mon. "Both parties express the hope
that the Russian military prepara
tions may not prove in reality men
acing to either. Should this hope,
however, prove erroneous, both par
ties recognize it as their duty to in
form Alexander that an attack upon
one will be regarded as an attack
The provisions of the treaty aie
considered as a warning to Russia
and those who jiavc been trying to
divide Germany and Austria. It is
understood that Italy in 1887 ac
cepted all the provisions of the
treaty, both in an active and passivo
Loudon, Fob. It is believed hero
that Germany and Austria will, be
fore long, follow up the publication
of tho secret treaty by specific de
mauds on Russia that she abandon
her military preparations on the
frontier. It is thought, if Russia
refuses, war will ensue at once. This
time Bismarck means business, and
will stop short of nothing but the
absolute accomplishment of the pur
poses which lie and the Austrian
Hungarian Government have deci
ded on. France will await the
development of cvcntB and act when
her own interests may dictate.
Rome, Feb. 9th. The "Tribunal"
announces that every vessel in the
navy has been ordered in readiness
for active service, and that the naval
armament at Naples has assumed
extraordinary activity. The prepar
ations are in accordance with cipher
instructions from the Government.
London, Feb. 9th A despatch
from Rome to the "Chronicle"
sayfc: The Government virtually
decided to withdraw from Egypt all
Italian troops except such as are
absolutely necessary to hold posi
tions at Massowah and places in that
vicinity. Men will be invited to
volunteer for this service.
Tho Committee of the Reichstag
has approved the Military Loan bill
ftMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
i. form ii I'oit, Madeiia and Mahtgu,
for sue in kegs and caes by
GONSAIVES A: CO.,
01 Qnceu street.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDINGI
SHOP. Kear of Lucat' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
j rooms, No. 4 Uarden Lane, tlio
second door fiom Union street. Apply
on the premise!). I if
CLEAN RAGS aim second hand
clolliing ill be giatefully iccelv.
cd for the use of the inmate of Uic
linmcli Hospital for Lepers at Ifnknako,
or at the Leper Stttlmcnt on Molokai,
if left with J T. Watcrhouso, jr., at the
Queen Street Slore. t&f tf
ALL bills dim the undersign-d, rnn.
truclcd prior to December HI, lb87,
must be paid before the end of the cur
rent month, or they will be placed In
Ihu hfiiuls of a collector who will have
instruction) to enforce settlement.
L. B. KKKR,
C0 2w Merchant T.iilor.
THE Linn Keo Company will do a
genera) retail mercantile linsincs-s
at Kapan, Iahnd of Kauai, and Con
Ohcok Ih the inamiper of paid limines,
and Inn full authoiity lo sign tho Arm
naiiui in all matters appertaining lo said
business LUM flEli CO.
at Pnniihou, House
contains atnplu convenience
for a medium Mzeil family, has ilxturcs
and Imptovemciits of the In to it n1yhn,
mid i build on a 1 trgo lot, !2OO200 f,.( t.
Location is too well known for health
and beauty to need recommending. For
further paiticulars apply lo
J. A. MAGOON,
Honolulu, Feb. 13, lSda. (II lw
K0NA COFFEE, (Genulno Arllclo)
PIA, (By Iho'Bao)
I. X. L. LIME,
DOWNERS' KEROSENE OIL.
Mrs. A. M. Mellis
Having removed her Dressmaking
EMo. 17 Emma St.,
Will ho plcusul toseejliur friends nnd
patrons there fioin and nflur Jnnuuiy
Mutual Tclcpheno 404; Bell 410.
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A FINE LOT OF '-NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of N. Z. " Taranaki Butter,"
All of which wo oiler to the I'linliu at UhASONADLK PRICES.
Fresh New .Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats !
Tly each ariival from New Zealand SOMETHING FINE.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK!
B. F. EHLHRS & GO.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A. largo assortment of
Comprising tlio well-known brands of
COLGATE Ss CO., LUSTDBOKGS,
LUBIN'S, . , . ATKINSON'S,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGHSTE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
IFoi Sle at IfceaHoiifiljlo UPrioes.
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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