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The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
New Store. New Goods
The Aroado-EGAN & CO.
Willi llio I'lttcHl ttlHOln.V of CJooilR
over shown in llils Ii.liidoni.
Tho AroadQ-EGAN & CO. Tho AroadoHEGAN & CO.
ftfinfR' ViirniRhinri Gunrls
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OlZ.UU ouuiK Dim: nun i onus
Finest Custom Sludn Clnthliiu,
I.ntllcN' A. Ucnt'M Kino NIiocn.
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TUESDAY, FEB. 21, 1888.
Stmr C 11 Bishop from Kunu
Stmr Wnlnleale from Kauai
Sclir MauuoUawal from Kuolnu
Stmr W O Hall for Lahalua, Manlaea,
Komi nml ICau ut 10 a. m
Stmr Klnau for lliloiuid way ports at
1 1 m
Stmr Miknhala for Kauai at C p m
Stinr Jas Mukeo for Knpaa and'llana-
lnaulu at 5 p m
Stmr SurprUo for Laupahochoc, Ono-
nica and l'apalkou
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktue Amelia for Sau Francisco
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hall, Feb 21 Mrs Lee, Mrs Hoick, Mrs
H Fisher and child, A Zelglcr and wife,
Father Lconorc. J W Kaliia, Major Ka
lialowal and wife, .T Wallace and fit)
For Maul, per stmr LtUcllUc, Feb 20
W M Glffaul, M D Monsarrat, U W
Meyer, Mr August and wife, Miss Bcr
ger, S T Alexander, and 5 'others ami
about 40 deck.
For Molokal, per stmr Mokolil, Feb
20 0 B Wilson, J Shaw, -f K Edwards,
and about 75 others.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Bl3hop2,000 bags sugar.
VESSELS IN PORT.
11 M S Caroline, Blr W Wiseman
TJ S S Vaudalia. Bear Admiral Kimberly
Bktuo Amelia, Nowhall
Bk Lady Harcwo'od, Williams
Bk Colusa, Backers
Bk D C Bryant, Lee
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Co. 13, Honolulu Kiiles will diill
at Thomas Square
'A pony is offered for sale, suitable
for children to ride.
The laud known us Mahani, in
Kalihi Valley, will be sold at public
auction in front of Iolani Hale at 12
Special attention is invited to n
communication in this issue, on
"responsibility" and representation,"
which contains considerable food for
thought, calmly presented.
Mr. F. Horn issues a challenge to
any ono to compete with him in
variety and quality, in the manu
facture of confectionery; cakes, plain
and fancy, and ice cream.
Importers of goods from New
York should remember .that a vessel
will be despatched from that pqrt for
Honolulu some time in May ngxt.
Any needed information may be pro
cured from tho heal agents, Messrs.
Castle & Cooke.
The steamer C. It. Bishop, which
arrived this morning from Maui, re
ports heavy winds at Kuau last Satur
day and Sunday. Tlio schooner Wai
oli arrived at- Kuau Suriday after
noon. Sugar lis being made ut Kuau
faster than it can be carried away.
The steamer W. G. Hall was dc-
layed about 15 minutes this morn
ing though tho stupidity of some
bpdy. A dray loaded with bales of
bags arrived a few minutes before 10
o'clock. Nearly all of the bales wero
put into the steamer, boloro' it was
discovered that they had no mark
and were not to go by the steamer
W. G. Hall ; lienco tho delay.
A voiice of men began work on tho
piles for tho new wharf at tho Es
planade this morning. The piles,
200, are being trimmed, preparatory
to being coppered and sunk. Tho
new wharf, which is to be similar in
structure id tho Kinau wharf, and
run parallel with it, will bo between
tho Kinau's and Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co.'s docks.
The bark Colusa will sail for San
Francisco on Saturday or Sunday
next. She has now about 10,000 bgs
of sugar on board, and will tako alto
gether about 35,000 bagB. The Co
lusa lias ono largo and finely ap
pointed Btatcioom in tho cabin for a
single passenger, or for a man and
In referenco to Mr. F, Horn's an
nouncement in this paper legurding
cakes, candies, ico creams, and tho
thousand and ono things in the bak
ery and confectionery lino, and to
which special attendance is called, it
may be said that he is in possession
of certificates to skill and efficiency,
from piominent and representative
experts. But Mr. Horn prolers to
demonstrate tiio genuineness of his
professions by tho visible results of
his skill, to which ho invites public
inspection and trial.
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The discharging of tho lumber
from tho bark O. O. Whitmoro w'as
continued laBt night and kept up
until 4 o'clock this morning, when a
rest was taken until 7 o'clock. At
the lust hour mentioned work was
resumed and tho vessel was com
pletely discharged of her lumber this
forenoon, In tho unloading hibt
night the baik was hauled about 50
feet off from tho wharf, and tho lum
ber dropped inti tho bay to bo col
lected by tho lumber men this morn
jug, and piled up.
A hay horeis linH boon lost.
A gtont. lias been lost out of a f enl
for which a lownnl itt oll'uicil.
I'ouckmii.n wero searching tho town
last night for a Ill-year throe-quarter
wltito girl Who hail run away fiom
A WAOdoMiiTi'U, horses, harness,
saddles and bi idles, mo advertised for
sale un aecoutit of departure from
!Mn. .1. F. Morgan will sell to-morrow
ut 12 :30 l1. si., on Hie niotnisea
adjoining the Hay lloibo fcjaloon, one
Jin. C. .1. l'ishel adveitifccs that all
debts duo him up to Oct. 1st, 1887,
and not paid by Mai oh l&t, 1888, will
bo put into the hands of a collector.
MESSRS. UAItT & CO.,
Of the "Elite Ico Cream
Genti.umen': I can not overlook to
express my perfect satisfaction with
your cateiing to the Wedding Dinner
of lat evening.
The Wedding and Bride Cakes wove
most beautifully decorated and admired
The tablo arrangements and decora
tions were pleasing to the eye; while
all the nuinei ous eatables and refresh
ments were most exquisite to the taste.
The ladles weio also delighted with
your fine lee Cicain and t akes.
Special thanks are due to your Mr. 11.
Jw Hart, who managed this affair so
well, and with the aid of his polite
assistants waited on till present to
everybody's satisfaction and1 comfort.
Honolulu, II. I., Feb. 21, 1SS8.
THE PLANTER'S MONTHLY.
The February number of this
valuable magazine is to hand, and,
as issued, is replete witli matter of
interest to planters and others. An
article on "Our National Currency"
suggests a way to stop the drainage
of gold fiom the country; it also
suggests that all paper money
should lie issued by the Govcrn
ment,so that it may derive the bene
fit of losses while in circulation,
which in other countries is estimated
at one per cent per annum. Orig
inal articleson sugar, also commu
nicated and selected articles, includ
ing a description of a Hawaiian
planter's visit to Belle Chase plan
tation in Louisiana, in which lie
gives a concise account of how
sugar is cultivated and manufac
tured on that estate ; a review of
the sugar trade of 1887, witli statis
tical tables showing the yield in va
rious sugar pi odueing countries; a
paper from Prof. Van Slykc on the
cheuiisfrv of plants, and some of its
applications ; Progress of diffusion ;
interesting figures on fruit, and
many others of a similar nature, all
of which aro interesting and instruc
tive. It should he borne in mind that
the piiceofl this publication has
been reduced to 82.50 per annum,
and should be in the hands of every
one who is in any way interested in
the agricultural development of
RECEPTION IN BOSTON, U. S. A.
On the evening of Feb. 1st, J.
Mott Smith, Hawaiian Commis
sioner, and Mrs. Smith, gave a re
ception to the Hawaiian 'Club, in
Boston, which was a very enjoyable
affair, as all their parties are."
Among tiioso present were Mr. and
Mrs. E. P. Adams, Mr. and Mrs.
G. D. Oilman, Mr. and Mrs. J. W
Austen, D. W. Weston, Dr. and
Mrs. Newell, Consul Bond and
many others ; in all, about one hun
dred and fifty. The rooms were
very tastefully decorated with a pro
fusion of ilowers and ferns. The
refreshments were ample and of the
choicest kind, and all were de
lighted with the successful efforts of
the kind host and hostess, to make
thi ono of the most enjoyable eve
nings ever spent.
SUPREME COURT ITEMS.
The will of the late George Engel
hardt was filed yesterday in tho
Clerk's office for proof. March 13
is tho day for hearing. His Excel
lency L. A. Thurston is tho propo
A decision was yesterday filed in
th.0, equity suit of Kamakanui and
otlVcrs vs. Fred. L. Leslie. The full
Court sustains tho opinion of the
Court below, whero a decreo was
filed in defendant's favor, but with
out prejudice to plaintiff's other
rights to bo sued for as they may be
advised. This was an action to
cancel deed of a piece of land situ
ate in tho burnt district, Honolulu.
Kilia (w), of Uakipuii, Koolau
poko, yesterday filed tho will of her
Into husband for proof. Healing
was set for March 13. Petitioner is
the mother of seven children, and
the will wiitten intelligently provides
for them all.
An attorney was yesterday mildly
censured for drawing the will of u
native wojnnn in a languago foreign
to both tlio testatrix and the biib
soribing witnesses, A wero cousin
Tho Aroado-EGAW & CO.
Tiow Htock, J.ntCNt Ht.vlus to mill llio
in tills instance was the sale diviscc,
to the exclusion of an invalided
husband. The Court remarked it
was the duty of the attorney to
personally propound the law in such
cases. The whole proceedings con
nected with the will were declared
unsatisfactory by the learned Judge.
Governor Dominis is moving his
olllcc into the Government Library.
Judge Dole will occupy the office
vacated by the governor. Thus the
four corners upstairs are te he occu
pied thus: Judge Judd north
corner, Judge Preston cast corner,
Judge Hickerton south corner ; and
Judge Dole tho west corner.
The trial of a probato appeal case
before a Hawaiian jury the last
four or five days has been an
expensive one to the government.
The attendance of jur' alone cost
the public purse something like $132.
The law in regard to taxation of
costs needs amending.
The will of Mamie, native woman,
in which the jury returned a verdict
for contestant this morning, was
written in the English language.
This shows tho importance of such
documents being drawn in the lan
guage familiar to testators.
LJ LU-U-UHLUim'L I '..S
A GLORIOUS CAMP.
Ye Nimrods who are cooped up
in the city, gnash your tectli and
growl enviously at the following:
Mrs. Henry Macfarlane, Mrs.
Parker, Miss Low, Mr. Purvis, Mr.
Henry Macfarlane, Mr. Sam Paiker,
Mr. Hay AVodohouse, and Mr. C.
O. Merger have just returned from
a grand camp in the Mana moun
tains. The camping ground was in
a delightful spot where the thermo
meter registered 38 degrees, and
where blankets, a roaring lire and hot
Scotch were thoroughly appreciate!.
Quails by the millions, hundreds of
hogs and young pigs, and numerous
wild cattle afforded endless sport
for the hunters. Thirty bulls were
shot the first day's hunt. Steer
supplied the camp table with fresh
beef, while quail and sucking pigs
came in as a variety. The sports
men went as high as 13,000 feet
above the level of the sea and
brought down bags of ice for cock
tails. Eight or ten servants did all
the chores and the camp was glo
rious. Sir Wm. Wiseman and party
have accepted an invitation from
Mr. Parker to camp and hunt in the
Mana mountains, and are now en
joying the sport.
Prince Bismarck is receiving tele
grams from all parts of the empire
congratulating him upon his speech,
and approving the views he ex
pressed. FOR SJVLItJ.
On account of departure,
Family Carriage Horse,
Harness and "Wagonell,
One Hiding Horse.
1 Lady's Side Saddle and
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter & Boat Builder.
Having improved facilities, is prepared
to fill orders at bliort notice.
John Maeoon is authorized to
collect for uur account, and sin
receipts. J. K, JJUOWN & CO.
Jan. 10, 1889.
AF. MADEIKOS .v. CO., merchant
tailors, have the pleasure to in
form their customers, that they have
removed their tailoring establishment
from Gonsalvci fe (Jo 's Btore to corner
of Union and Hotel slreet wheie tlicy
will ho glad to lcceive a cull from their
customers, and from the puhllo in
All peivons aro hcrohy forbid
den frrm excavating, digging
or depositing rubbish in tho
streets of this district, without
the written order of tho Itoad
II- F. HOBARD,
!3j lm Komi, Oahu.
A Chance to Procuro a Good Paying
WING to my inUnilcd departure I
whh to sell my Clsrat Store and
Ullllaid Hoom. 'lids Is ono of the best
equipped HUiuuil nonius In tbu town.
I hive foin Tubliii ff the veiy latest
du-lgns, ''lid ohm Pud Tablo with pa.
43 1 in O. J. JloOAimiY.
JL nut t teams reduced to 8i
per whole pound, at tho Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Hakery, Hotel, be
tween Niiuaiiu and Fort streets. 71
T7RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
JC eolate and Coeoauut Caramels re
duced to !10 cents per whole pound, at
tho Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
U.ikery, Hotel, between uuauii and
Fort streets. Tt
TURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
JL and Vanilla Chocolate Crcams(du
llelous) reduced to 30 cents per whole
pound, at the 1'ioxkeh Stkam Candy
Factouy And Bakkky, Hotel, uk
lwnun nuuanu and foiit stiusuts.
1?INEST BRANDS OF CALI
1? forma Port, Madeira uud Malaga,
for sale in Ucg- and cn"-ps by
GONSALVK3 & CO.,
01 Queen su cot.
RYAN'S BOAT BOTLDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
O NICE LARGE FURNISHED
U rooms, No. 4 Oarilon Lane, tbe
second door fromjUnlon street. Apply
on Ihc premises. 1 tf
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will be gratefully rcreiv
cil for the use of lhc inmates of the
Brunch Hospital for Lepers at Knkuako,
or nl the Leper Sittlnicnt on Molokni,
if left with J. T. "Waicrhouse, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
THL undesigned familiar with I
mauairetucnt of the outside pi
tulion work seeks an engagement as
head luna. Addicss,
01 flw Kaglu House.
A PORTUGUESE wants a situation
GON8ALVKS & CO..
07 2t Queen street.
BY a young married man situation ss
clerk, or in any other capacity.
Good liundw riling, knowledge of tore
work and shipping. Good Island re.
ferenccs. Additss, "CLERK," olllco of
this paper. CO Iw
TWO nicely furnished rooms In a prl.
vale family with or without board,
about 10 minutes walk from the Post
otUco. Inquire at this office. fib 2w
CdTTAdK at Walkiki.
Largo yaids, stables,
etc. Rent verv moderate.
J. E UROWtf & CO,
'J8 Merchant f-treet.
To Stand this Season
AT HAIKU, MAUI.
The Thoroughbred Horse
3iiiiiHbU'OUi;li, rt 'lftrk ,,fty horse
with black point. Imported from Byd
nnv. N. B. V. luHt year.
(jiuiiiKboroiiuh is a strictly
thoroughbred horse, got by "Yatten
don" out of "Athollno" liy "Blair
Athol," out of "Hahenn," etc., etc.
"Blnir Athol," ftniiiHboroiiRh'H
grandslre, sold for 12,000 gs. iu Eng.
hind, In 1873, while his granddam
"Jluliena" wiw tho winner of tho 1,000
gs. in England.
M-TKItnU OF HKIIVIOK, 830. -S
Gl 2w Ilnlku, Maui.
IP you want your pluno rebuffed, re?
fitted or tuned by a resident tuner,
leave your orderu nt G. Wett & Co.'s
Music Btero, 101 Fort btrcit. Butlsfac
tlon guaranteed. G3 2w
THE DAILY BULLETIN -The
motft popular paper published.
Authorizes us to say that, outside of
the nineteen branches iianieJ in his
challenge, ho will produco
MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED ARTICLES
In Ids lino of huslncsq which have never
been seen before in Honolulu, if induce,
incuts bo offered. He can prove what
lie fuys, as lie never falls to do so. V.
HORN litis ulso
REDUCED THE PRICES
Of his homemade puie French and
Plain Caudles 35 Per Cent., to accord
In the price of his pure Ice Cream. P.
UOHN does tho inanufnetuilng of all
goods himself, lor which reasou ho can
sell lower than anybody else. As P.
HOHN still considers hlnnclt a young
inuu, only 3 score and !l, and tlill able
1 1 accomplish the work of two dins in
ono (abundant proofs ftirnlshid if re
quested), he can well alfoul to sell his
home-made productions at
PRICES FAR BELOW
Any other establishment in Honolulu,
because he Is not obliged to p ly wages
to halfmado workmen for Interior arti
cles, and for that reason is well able to
stand all tho pressure brought on him
from his would-be competitors.
As some evil-disposed persons make
it their business, I find, to depreciate
my manufactures to any and all parties
from whom they seek patronage, I
hereby declare that I will, on the award
of any three disinterested and compe
tent judges (I to select one, and the
would-be competitor one, tho two to
select a third), for felt tlie sum of One
Hundred Dollars United States gold
coin to any person In Honolulu, in, or
pretending to be In, my line of business,
wlio can of Ins own. workmanship pro
duce an cental variety, quantity and qua
lity, of tho same material, in tbe same
given time, as tho undersigned can, of
the following distinct branches apper
taining to tho Confectionery' aud Cake
1 All Caramels, or commonly called
2 Conserves, plain. In staich, plaster
of paris or wood moulds, liqueur fruits,
ornamented and plain, smoothed and
crystallized, llgurcs both men and ani
mals of all descriptions, either painted
or piped in has relief or smoothed, as
also all perfojated designs.
3 Creams, German and American,
plain or decorated.
4 Crystallization, from dust crystal
up to rock candy from raw and rellued
u Panwork either by hand or steam,
from nonpareils to smooth almonds of
'i'i different articles.
0 Genuine iruin arable work in all
Its details, as well as imitation, Includ
7 Floral work hi all Its entirety (as
now on exhibition) both in hiigai- and
8 Fruit jellies, the great variety of
articles made from all marmalades, the
preserving of all fruits In symps, dry
aud crystallized, as well as their various
0 Drages. handmade comprising 70
10 Lozenges in all their varieties.
11 Marzipan Imitation fruits of all
12 Marzipan ornamental tarts, con
sisting of 20 separate pieces forming a
whole, and Mar.ipan'ilgures of all des
eiiptious. 13 All tho varieties contained In the
German, Italian, French and American
cake anil pastry business.
H Manufacture of all articles em
bodied in tho Saxon and Bavarian leb
15 Ornamenting of Ilhthday and, In
particular, WimuiNO L'akes, inicspecl
to which tho older residents of Hono
lulu may be referred to, for testimony
that my work has never been approach
ed, much less excelled.
10 The making, .In lava composition
and plaster of pans, "of all moulds need
ed for the manufacture of some of the
17 The complete manufacture of ice
creamy, and fmit and fancy ices.
18 AH the cordials and liqueurs as
are made by all confectioners on tli t,
continent of Europe. o
10 Tho complete mnnufacluic of all
chocolates from the bean to tablets or
As the practical knowledge of all tho
above branches constitutes' an accom
plished confectioner, I publicly claim
to be a thorough master of them all, as
I have repeatedly proved during my
twenty-six years' residence iu Honolulu.
I am theiefoie induced to oiler the
above challenge, from which the public
may Judge for themselves, and, to put
the quietus on ridiculous newspaper
pulling. I shall regard the failure of
any of these "blowers" to accept it, as
proof positive of acknowledged Incom
petence on their part, and dismiss them
and the Kiihject finally. This challenge
shall remain epen for one week from
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook
and Orniitnciitcr, propiietor Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory and Hakery
Honolulu, Feb. 20, 1K83 70 2t
New York Line.
An Al vessel will be despatched
this Lino for Honolulu, to Uavo
New Yoik In all May.
For further Information apply to
W. H. CR0SSMAN & BR0.,
77 & 7!) IJroiul Street,
CASTLE & COOKE,
57 3 in
FOIt LEASE OK KENT.
I TOIl rent or lento the hoiif o
. and lot on the Plains,
facing tho Baseball ('.rounds,
und at present occupied by tho under,
sit'iicd. For paitleulurs upplv to
00 lm II. BEItQER.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
iSPEGIAL SALE FOR;
LINEN CARRIAGE ROBES $5.00 REDUCEDTO $2.50.
GMT BARGAIN Iff LADIES' 1MWEAR !
TO CLOSE OUT THE STOCK IN T1IAT DEPARTMENT.
Remember the above mentioned articles will be sold
ut such prices
83 & 65 Fort street.
58 Opposite Irwin & Co.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 85 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Expert Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Fire & Lifo Insurance
Agents, Custom-Kousc, Loan and Exchango Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts accurately kept and properly adjusted.
Collections will receive special attention aud returns promptly made.
Conveyancing a Specialty. JUcords searched and correct Abstracts of Tltlo
Letjal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn and hand.
sotnoly ciign s cd.
Copying and Translating in all Imikuiiscs in general me I this Kingdom.
Real Estate bought and soli. Tncs paid and Pioperty safely insured. , ,
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased aud rented, and rents collected.
Fire and Life Insurance effected in tlrstcla's Insurance Compaulcs.
CuBtom-House Business transacted wilh accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at tavorablo rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Article purchased or sold on most favorable terras.
Iner -Island Orders will receive particular attention.
EST All Business entrusted to our care will receive prompt and faithful attention at
Haing had an extensive business experience for over twcnty.fivo years In
New York City and elsewhere, wo feel competent to attend to all business of an
intricate and complicated nature, or requiring (net and diacretiou. and respectfully
solicit a tilal.
Bill Telephone No. 274.
Telephone Iloth Companies 'HO. i o llox 297
LEWIS & CO 1 1 FORT.
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
FKKSU GOODS from California on K'15, by each steamer of ihc 0. S. S. Co.
A COSII'I.KTi: LINK OK .-
CROSSE &. BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
JUST ItKCIUVUIl KS "ZKALANWA"
A FINE LOT OF "NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of N. Z. " Taranaki Butter."
All of which we ollVr to Hie Puhllo at REASONABLE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, Ii? 1 Pouud Pats !
By raeh ariival from New Zealand SOMETHING PINE
HAVINC TAKEN STOCK!
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOHGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOIIA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FA1UNA GEKMAN COLOGNE, &o.
Tov Sale at XeasoiialIe Prices.
1502 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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