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ThoArcade-EGAN & CO.
- New Store. New Goods
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Cnll niul Kxnmliia llio
$12,50 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Fluent CtiHtom Mmlo Clothlnc,
I,nill;' A, GoHt'n 1'lnchHioen.
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
rV J I J3
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1888.
Stmr Iwnlant from Hninnkua
Stmr Wainleale for Kauai at 4 p in
Sehr Mnnuokawal for ICoolau at U p
Stmr Lclma from Ilnmakua
Bktne Amelia for Sail Francisco
For Mnul and Hawaii, per stmr Kl
nan, Feb 21 F A Sclmcfcr, Hon J L
ltlohardson, Mrs J V Knlun, Mrs F
Spencer, .1 Cushlnghain, Miss Taylor,
WiiRosc, 1) McGiegor, llev Adams
and wife, It W Boyd, W Ucrlowltz, and
For Katmt, per stmr Mikahala. Feb
21 Her Majesty tbo Queen, their High
nesses Princes Kawannnnkoa and Ku
Innlanaolc. B K Llllknlnni, Mrs II O
Ulukoti, E Strctz, Mrs Lalnu, Mrs Lu
kola,Mrs Oleuhant, A Drclcr and wife,
J Markham and bride, Miss V Murkhaiu,
Miss Dushnlskv, Mrs V L Wilcox, Mrs
II Tlteomb, F Fukusklinn, Mrs T Muka
liimino, and about 00 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Waialealo. Feb
21 W 11 Watson, Mr Boss, and 7 deck.
From Ilamakuu, per stmr Iwalanl,
Feb 22 J B Halliday and 01 deck.
For San Jb'raucUco, per Amelia, Feb
22 Mr Dennlvan.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Iwalanl 5,078 .bags sugar, 2 head of
cattle, and 2 bdls hides.
The Amelia took for San Francisco
to-day, 0,0G7 bags sugar, 210 bags lice,
and 350 bananas. Value, 02,770.
: VESSELS IN PORT.
USS Vaudalia, Bear Admiral Kimbcrly
Bk Lady Harewood, Williams
Bk Colusa, Backers
Bk D C Bryant, Lee
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Nothing of special importance in
the Police Court thiB morning.
There was a. noisy gang of hood
lums at the band concert last night.
Rouaii seas, heavy northerly swells,
and stifl winds aro reported at Ha-
Company A of the Honolulu Rifles
givoa "hop" at their armory tliis
There was a fino guitar concert in
John's stall, in the iishmarket, this
A good sized room is advertised
for within ten minutes' walk of the
To-moriiow will be tho last day of
the great credit sale at II. Hackfeld
& Co.'s, Queen street.
... . a ii
Mrs. Bruce has a cottage contain
ing four rooms with kitchen, and
other outbuildings, to let.
The Debating Club will meet to
morrow evening in tbo hall of Oaliu
Lodge K. of P. for their first debate.
A number of Japs whoso contracts
have expired camo from Honokau
and Kukuihaele, by tho Iwahtni this
- .- -
The steamers Kilauea IIou and
Lehua will be duo hero to-morrow,
the Kinau, Likelikc and Mokolii on
Tun thieves who broke into Kulcui
haele warehouse several days ago and
took off a caso of sanisliu and other
portable goods, have not yet been
TwENTY-riVE head of cattle were
to have como from Hamakua by tho
steamer Iwalani this morning, but
tho weather was too rough to take
more than two on board tho steamer.
Admission to the entertainment to
bo given by Mr. Tlico. H. Davics to
tho employees of the Honolulu Iron
Works in the Y. M. C. A. hall to
morrow night, will bo by ticket. T
A rati: occurred in Mr. Purvis' cano
fields at Kukuihaele hut Saturday
evening. A gang of men turned out
and succeeded in checking the flames
after four acres of cano had been
On account of tho numerous en
gagements of local talent this week,
the entertainment committee have
decided to omit tho Bluo Ribbon
entertainment noxt Saturday even
ing. " Came to his death by an overdoso
of laudanum, taken with intent to
soothe pain," waB tho verdict found
by the coroner's jury, in tho inquest
on tho body of tho lato Geo. Engel
hardt this morning.
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The old reliablo whaler Lagoda,
which entered the servieo in MO, ar
rived from New Bedford this morn
ing. Slio ,took considerable) oil on
tho way and came into this harbor to
discharge her catch.
The pastel painting of tho Pali
road and cluster of Tahitiau Oliius
by Mr. Furneaux ; tho Pali in water
colors by Mr. Barufleld and a skirmish
with the Indians by Miss Lovequo,
piay" bo seen at King Bros. ,
An exccllont painting of a single
Btately cocoanut palm growing on
tho bank of a running brook, and
surrounded by enchanting sconery,
is" the lates? artistic pioduction of
Mr. O. Furneaux, to bo seen at King
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Willi tlio Flni'Rt IUHplny of Jnoils
over hIiowii In IIiIm JUhkiIoih.
..MMWIWMM.IIIIUII III IIWWWWMH
Ikon grato vciililntors aro being
placed below tho ground windows of
tho Beaver block, eo as to give n cur
rent of nir and snvo the basement
llonrs from lotting as did O. W. Mac
farlano fc Oo.'s.
Mu. Bonny Wulson and Mr. Mno
fnrjano leUirnrd fioin Kauai yester
day, and it. is currently reported on
tbo strccts.tlml Mr. Watson and other
Scotch capitalists will take up the
scheme for bringing the water out of
tho Wnielcelo mountains on to tho
riclt traet of laud of 0,000 aeres be
longing to tho Sinclair family an
outlay of half a million dollars-is
The sale of land by the Hawaiian
Government this noon resulted as
Three-fourths of an acre in South
Kona was sold to Mr. D. II. Nahinu
for S130; 110 2-10 acres at Kaupo,
Maui, to Mr. Antono ,Silva for $!$,
250, and 5.97 aeres in Kalihi to Mr.
Antono Rosa for S.'loO. Mr.
singer was the auctioneer.
The American men-of-war and the
American merchant traders in poit,
had their flags flying to-day in honor
of the birthday anniversary of Geo.
Washington. The Hawaiian Band
played at tho residence of the Ame
rican Minister Resident this morn
ing, in honor of the day, and a
salute was fired by the U. S. S. Vau
dalia at noon.
MESSRS. IIAltT & CO.,
Of tho "Elite Ice Cream
Gentlemen : I can not overlook to
express my perfect satisfaction witli
your catering to the Wedding Dinner
of lat evening.
The AVedding and Bride Cakes were
most beautifully decorated and admired
The table arrangements and decora
tions were pleading to the eye; while
all the numerous eatables and refrch
ments were mot exquisite to the. taste.
The ladies weie alo delighted with
your line Ice Cicam and Cakes.
Special thanks arc duo to your Mr. II.
J. Hart, who managed tills affair so
well, and with the aid of bis polite
assistants waited on all present to
everybody's satisfaction and comfort.
Honolulu, H. I., Feb. 21, 1SS8.
THE LATE DEO. ENGELHARDT'S
The stock in this store embraces
all that is useful and ornamental in
house furnishing goods, such as
chandeliers, in crystal, brass and
imitation bronze in exquisite
designs, also glass and Chinaware,
crockery and tinware in endless
variety ,and. design; peach blow,
pomona and' satinware, stoves and
ranges, cutlery, silver plated waie,
lamps of all descriptions and for
every imaginable use, together with
an immense assortment of kitchen
furnishing goods, which tho execu
tors of the will have decided to dis
pose of at cost in order to close
out the business. The store will be
kept open every day during busi
ness hours, and house-keepers will
do well to take advantage of this
opportunity, as such another may
not soon offer.
The executors also call attention
of tho public to the many beautiful
plants and ferns now growing at the
late residence of the deceased, Queen
street, which will be sold at public
auction at sonic future date of
which due notice will be given and
invite inspection. There is a gar
dener in attendance who will be
pleased to show visitors through tho
fernery and conservatory.
Major Hcbbard, Road Supervisor,
keeps steadily at road-making and
road-repairing. School street, be
tween Fort and Emma street, has
been completed. Repairs have been
effected on Emma street, and tho
macdamising of King street is now
in progress, between Ivawaiahiio
church and tho junction of Waikiki
road. But recent operations have
been most energetically pushed be
yond tho limits of the city proper.
Tho Waikiki road approaches com
pletion, and is a credit to the Super
visor as well as a boon to the travel
ling public. Manoa Valley road has
been llnishcu about to Air. aiomnno's
residence. Tlio road towards Dia
mond Head in continuation of King
street has had considerable labor
bestowed on it. Tho people, of
Iwilci, towards the sea from Oahu
jail, aro rejoicing in a good maca
damised thoroughfare. The Ewa
road is also in course of being put
in good condition. A beginning was
made a little boyoml tlic isanonai
Brewery, at Knliliikni. The grade
on each side of Kahauiki valley,
across which the road traverses, has
been considerably improved. The
road across tho vajloy is made of
pulvciized coral, generously donated
liy Mr. J. 1 Dowsctt' for that pur
pose, and is as easy to travel oyer
as Bethel streot. A squad of men
is also engaged at the summit of tho
Tho Aroade-EGAN & CO.
Sew Htoch, l.ntcnt Ht.vlCH to suit the
hill beyond Mr. Dowsclt's ranch on
the Ewa side of Moanalua valley,
working towards town. A very steep
pilch at that spot, which has always
been nn annoyance to travellers, is
being blasted away. When the work
commenced on this highway is com
pleted according to plans and inten
tions, there will be an oasj' diivc all
the way from Honolulu to Ewa.
FOR OUR LAW-MAKERS.
Editor Bulletin: We do not
need patty representation nor parti
san misrepresentations. The news
paper press has become in these
modern days a sort of grand jury,
not for the authoritative decisions of
a legal tribunal, but for the discussion
and adjudication extra judice of
many matters of public interest.
But we do not need malignant de
traction of men and motives from
anonymous and irresponsible news
paper ciitics. Nor ought the govern
ment to be under the control of an
irresponsible faction or secret organ-i
ization. We wnnt government oill
eials whose idea of ofllcial responsi
bility is that "public ollico is a pub
lic trust," duty to bo discharged
honorably and wisely, as a minister's
or physician's duty, not as a contract
laborer's. Ollicc holding is not
taking a contract, whoso terms are
to be enforced by one party with
penalties of whoso sutllcieucy they
are the judges, as they arc also of
the meaning of the contract. Give
us a ministerial government by four
such representative and trustworthy
men as we have now in the Cabinet.
If the fourth minister will not act in
accord with his colleagues let him be
lcquiied to resign, the three stating
the facts on which their action is
based. Make the Hawaiian Sover
eign simply the permanent President
of the Cabinet, holding office as does
the Speaker of the House of Com
mons with no official responsibility
except to behave with fairness,
courtesy, and dignitj'. Give the
Ministry more permanency in the
tenure of ollicc, and so make the
office more honorable and desirable.
Do not subject them, nor the Nobles,
and so the whole Legislature to the
various mischances of a biennial
popular election. Then we shall
have a check on hasty legislation,
which is often unwise legislation, and
from these conservative elements
our elections will also be likely to
give us honest and capable repre
sentatives, men of character and res
ponsibilit3', rather than mere partisan
tools or political adventurers.
C. M. Hyde.
Honolulu, Feb. 21, 1888.
. suprIme court itIms.
The attendance of jurors for this
special term was concluded yester
day. Banco cases were heard to
day. The Chief Justice yesterday for
warded the financial requisition of
his department for the next biennial
period to the Minister of Finauce.
The statistical portion of the
Chief Justice's Report to the next
Legislature is being compiled by
Chief Clerk Foster.
The jury in the probate appeal
case came out of the room at 3 a. m.
yesterday morning with a sealed
The mixed jury in the ejectment
case of Cartwright vs. Kanoeleb.ua
were not long in arriving at their
verdict which was unanimous.
It is said that the defendant in
the above case intends seeking for
equitable relief, which pica was de
nied him in the suit nt common law.
The land recovered b' Mr. Cart
wright as trustee of the lato Queen
Emma is situate at Kauluwcla, near
Montgomery Square, Honolulu.
The Clerk's ollicc closed at noon
to-day in honor of Washington's
Tho indexing of tho laws of 1887
is beipg done by Mr. Hassingcr,
in the English version, and Mr. II.
Smith in the Hawaiian version.
Tho printing of the Compiled
Laws in Hawaiian is being prose
cuted by the Hawaiian Gazette Com
pany; Judge McCully, compiler, is
supervising the proof reading, as
sisted I)' tho deputy clerk.
A motion by II. M. Whitney,
publisher Hawaiian "Gazette," and
tho publisher of tho Hawaiian "Chi
nese News," respondents in the con
tempt matter, was heard this morn
ing beforo tho full Court.
The Intermediary Court will hear
appeal cases from the district courts
to-morrow. Judge Bickerton will
The Hcbaefer-Wilfong case will be
heard on Friday.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
IlEEOltE 31'CUU.V, J.
Moximy, Feb. 20, 188S.
In ro estate of Kaliula ,(w) of
Honolulu, Dalai, deceased.
Petition of Kamila (w) for pro
batu of will of deceased.
Ordered that will is admitted to
probate. M. Thompson for Peti
tioner. Emperor William received Prince
IJisinarck to-day and expressed' bis
approval of the latter's speech in tbo
Reiclistng on Monday.
"The ".State" says that Franco
only followed Germany's' examplo
am blri'iiglhuued herself in order to
be prepared in case of need.
I?RESH. HOME-MADE WAL
; nut Creams lcduced to 30 cents
per whole pound, at tho Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Hnl.cry, Hotel, be
tween f uuunu and Fort streets. 71
THRESH, HOME-MADE CHO
JC colate and Coeoauut Caramels le
dueed to 30 cents per whole pound, at
the l'ioncer Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery, Hotel, between Xuuauu and
Port streets. 71
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Chocolate L'ieams(.de
liclous) reduced to 30 cents per wholo
pound, at the Pioneeu Steam Candy
Factokv And Bakery, Hotel, be
tween Nuuanu and Fort streets.
KMNEST brands of cali-
Jl1 lorniu Port, Mndeira and Malaga,
lor sale in kegs and caes by
UONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen streot.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
2 NICE LARGE FUKNItr1t.U
rooms. No. 4 Garden Lane, tlio
second door fromJUnlon street.
on the promises.
CLEAN RAGS aim second lnuid
clothing will he gratefully rceelv
cd for I he use of ilie inmates of llio
Brunch Hospital for Lepers at Knkuako,
or nt the Leper ikttlmcnt on Molokni,
if left wllh J. 'P. Walcrhousc, jr., at tlio
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
On account of depatture,
Family Carriage Horse,
Harness and Wagonette,
One Biding Horse.
1 Lady's Side Saddle and
3 ? CD
I a czl
O en "-
& S hO
2 I CD
o? t Zl
$ . CD
rpilfi undersigned familiar with (ho
X management f the oulbidc plan.
tuiion work seeks an engagement as
head luna. Atldtcss,
' A. MOROFF,
01 aw Eaglo House.
BY u young married man situation as
clerk, or in any other enpaoity.
Good handwriting, knowledge of itoro
work and shipping. Good Isliud ro.
ferenccs. Addiess, "OLKHK," oltlea of
this paper. 0 lw
COTTAGE at Waikiki.
J.aigo yards, slablis,
etc. lluni vcrv moderate.
J. E IlKOWN & Of),
28 Merchant (ticct.
To Stand this Season
AT HAIKU, MAUI.
The 'Thoroughbred norso
Uaiiiftborougli, a dark bay horse
with black pointK. Imported fiom Syd.
noy. N. 8. W-, last year.
ttuiiiHboroncli Is a strictly
thoroughbred horse, got by 'Yallen.
don" out of "Athoilrie" by "Blair
Athol," out nf "Ilnbeim," etc., etc.
"lilulr Athol,'' iuiiiMl)Oiniy:irs
grandslre, old for 12,000 g.j. In Eng.
land, In 1873, while his uiuQldmn
"llabena" wan tho winner of tho 1,000
gs. in England,.
-.TJ:itJIH III' HEUVIOK, 8UO.-&0
Authorizes us to say that, outside of
the nineteen branches named in his
challenge, ho will produce
MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED ARTICLES
In his line of business which liuvc never
liccn scrn heforo in Honolulu, If Induce
ments be offered, lie can prove what
lie iravs, ns lie never falls to do bo. F.
HO UN has also
REDUCED THE PRICES
Of his homemade puro French and
Plain Candles 35 Per Cont., to accord
In the price of his pure Ice Cream. F.
1IOHN does the manufacturing of all
good himself, for which reason lie can
sell lower than anybody else. As F.
1IOHN still considers himself n young
man, only 3 score and !!, and still able
t.i accomplish the work of two days in
one (abundant proofs furnished if re
quested), he can well nfTord to sell his
home-made productions at
PRICES FAR BELOW
Any other establishment in Honolulu,
because ho Is noi oblincd to pay wanes
to half made workmen for interior arti.
clcs, and for that reason is well able to
stand all tho pressure brought on him
from his would-be competitors.
As soino evil-disposed persons make
it their business, 1 find, to depreciate
my manufactures to any and all parties
from whom they seek patronage, I
hereby declare that I will, on the awaul
of any three disinterested and compe
tent lunges (I to select one, nnu tlio
would-bo competitor one, tlio two to
select a third), for fcit the sum of One
Hundred Dollars United States gold
coin to any person in Honolulu, In, or
pretending to bo in, my Hue of busiuess,
who can of his own workmanship pro
duce an umial variety, quantity and qua
lity, of the same material, in the same
given time, as tho undersigned can, of
the following distinct branches apper
taining to the Confectioner' and Cake
business namely :
1 All Caramels, or commonly called
2 Cous-crves, plain. In staieh, planter
of paris or wood moulds, liqueur fruits,
ornamented and plain, smoothed and
erystallled, Hgures both men and ani
mals of all descriptions, cither painted
or piped iu has relief or smoothed, as
also all perfoiutcd designs.
:i Creams, German and American,
plain or decorated.
t Crystallization, from dust crystal
up to roek candy from raw and seliued
5 l'anwork cither by hand or steam,
from nonpareils to smooth almonds of
2a different articles.
0 Genuine gum arable work in all
its details, us well as imitation, includ
7 Floral work In all its entirety (as
now on exhibition) both in sugar and
8 Fruit jellies, the great variety of
articles made from all marmalades, tho
preserving of all fruits In syrups, dry
and crystallized, as well as their various
0 Dragcs, handmade compiising 70
10 Lozenges in nil their varieties.
11 Marzipan imitation fruits of all
12 Marzipan ornamental tarts, con
sisting of 20 separate pieces forming a
whole, and Marzipan llgures of all des
criptions. IU -All the varieties contained in the
German, Italian, Ficneh and American
cake anil pastry business.
14 Manufacture of all articles em
bodied in the Saxon and llavaiiau lcb
15 Ornamenting of Birthday and, iu
particular, Wkdihko Cakes, iu respect
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, iu lava composition
and plaster of parls, of all moulds need
ed for the manufacture of some of the
17 The complete manufacture of ice
creuini', and fruit and fancy ices.
18 All the cordials mid liqueurs as
are made by all confectioners on the
continent of Europe. ,
10 Tho complete manufacture of all
chocolates from Iho bean to tablets or
As (he practical knowledge of all the
above tranches constitutes an aecom.
plibhcd confectioner, I publicly claim
to be u thorough master of them all, as
I have repeatedly proved during my
t wenty-slx years' residence In Honolulu.
I am therefore induced to oiler the
above challenge, from which Ihu public
may judge lor tnemscivcs, anu, to pui
the quietus on ridiciloub nowspupcr
pulling. I shall regard tho failure of
any oi those "blowers" to accent it, as
proof positive of acknowledged incom
petence on tholr part, and dibiulss them
aud the huhject finally. This chnllcugo
shnll leinuln open for one week from
TracUcal Confectioner, Pastry Cook
and Ornamciitcr, pi oprletor Pioneer
Steam Can ty Kociory aud Bakery
Honolulu, Feb. 20, lt-8. 70 at
New York Line.
Al vessel will bo despatched
this Line for Honolulu, to have
New York iu nil May.
For further Information apply to
W. H. CR0SSMAN & BR0.,
77 & 70 Ilroad Street,
CASTLE. & C00KE,
57 3m Honolulu,
' ' ' " '" " ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' '"'
FOR LEASE OR RENT.
170H rent or louse tlio house
; and lot on the Plains,
faclni; the llabohnll Orouuds.
prcbont occupied by the under.
For particulars npplv to
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
ISPEGIAL' SALE FOR:
r f r f"
GMT BARGAIN i LAMBS' UNDERWEAR !
TO CLOSE OUT THE STOCX IN THAT DEPARTMENT.
Rcniomber the above
. S. EHBXXCH,
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin fc Co.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 85 FORT STBEET. HONOLULU.
Export Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Firo & Life Insurance
Agents, Custom-House, Loan and Exchange Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts accurately kept mid properly adjusted.
Collections will receive sprcial attention and returns promptly made.
Conveyancing a Specialty. Kicoids searched mid correct Abstracts of Title
Legal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn and hand.
Copying and Translating in all languages in general uic in this Kingdom.
Real Estate bought and sold. Taxes paid and Pioperty safely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, and rents collected.
Fire and Life Insurance effected in firstclass Insurance Companies.
Custom-Houso Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at lavorabto rates. -
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Article purchased or sold on most favorable terms.
Inert-Island Orders will receive particular attention.
tST All Business entrusted to our caro will receive prompt and faithful attention at
Having had an extensive businiss experience for over twenty-five years la
Now York City and elsewhere, we feel competent to attend to all business of an
intricate and complicated nature, or requiring lact and discretion, nnd respectfully
solicit a tilil.
Bell Telephone No. 274. lTiivniim JBuwiiieHH Agency.
ian. 7-88 ly
Telephone Both Companies 3-10. i. O. Box 297.
LEWIS & CO---1 1 1 FORT.
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IH GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
PUESII GOODS from California on ICK, by each steamer of the O. S. 8. Co.
' A COMl'LKTK IJNE OK
CROSSE & BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
just iii:ci:ivko kx "ziulinuia."
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 Public at HEASONABLE P1UCES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats !
By piich nriival from New Zealand SOMETHING FINE.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK!
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tlio well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, JIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
U'or Sale at 3R-e.soiille IPirioes,
15D2 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
$5.00 REDUCED TO $2.50.
mentioned articles will be sold