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Full Dress White Vests,
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MONDAY, FEU. 27, 1888.
Rgtne XV G Irwin, McCullocli, 11 days
from Sim Knuielseo
Stmr Mlkahnlu. from Kiiusil
Stinr Wnlalcnlo fiom Kiimil
Schr Mol Wnblnc from llmuaMm
Schr Haleaknhi fiom Pepeekco
Schr Knwntlnnl from Koolau
U S S Omnlm from Pnnnnia
Schr Kulainaiiu from Hawaii
Sclir Catci lna fiom Kuutil
Stmr Kuala for Walanao nnd alaltia
Schr Liholiho for Kukniau
Stmr Klnau for the Volcano anil way
ports at 4 p in
Stmr Kllanea lion for llamaknaat C ptn
Schr Canute for ICnan
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Mkolll for Molokal at i p m
Stmr Jas JIakec for Knpaa at 0 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktnc Discovery for San Fianclsco
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p in
Bk Colusa for San Fianclsco
From Kauai per steamer Jllkaliala,
'Feb. 2Clh AT Atkinson, A Robcitson,
F Fiikshlma ami wife, Hon XV 11 Rice,
wife ami family, Rev A O Foibcs, E
Kopke, Miss M Liuihlwa, Mis 11 V
Auld, Miss Kanoa and G4 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Mlkahala--G328 bs Jsugar and hides
"Waialc.ilo 1770 bags sugar and 550
Halcakala 1,253 bgs sugar
Mol Wahine 2,100 bgs sugar
A whaler was lepoitcd 15 miles off
this morning, Name not yet known.
The Planter made San Francisco on
her last trip from litre, in 14) days and
the S. X. Castle and S. G. Wilder 1G
VESSELS IN PORT.
USS Vandalia. Rear Admiial Kimberly
USB Marion, Dyer
lik Lady Uarewood, Williams
Bk Colusa, Backers
Bk Sarauac, Shaw
Bktnc Discovery, McNeil
Bk D C Bryant, Lee
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun U. S. S. Omaha has iu rived
Tiieru were 22 cases called in tho
Polico Court to-day.
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The schooner Jennie Walker will
sail to-morrow or next day for Fan
Some sugar on tke Kinau and
Likeliko wharves, got wet during tho
atorm last night.
Mr. Jas. F. Morgan will sell 'at his
salesroom at 12 noon to-morrow, 100
boxes of fresli California apples.
Mil. Furneaux has again excelled
himsolf in a magnificent pastel paint
ing of Waipio Valley, now on view at
The brigantino W. G. Irwin, which
arrived yesterday, 11 days fiom Sau
Francisco, is quarantined on tlicEwa
side of lhc bay.
Kev. Dr. Beckwitli preached in the
Central Union Churchlast evening
a most telling sermon on "Avoiding
even tho appearance of evil. 'g, ,
The great clearance sale by order
of Messrs. T. H. Divvies it Co., at tho
salesrooms of L. J. Levey, will bo
A whai.e boat with carpontors and
mabons left this noon for Barber's
Point, to begin work on tho proposed
lighthouse for tho point.
Mil. James F. Morgan will sell at
public auction at 10 a. m., to-moriow
nil tho household furnituro ofDr.
Max Haedeeko at his residence on
Adam's Lane. .
China Engine Company No. 5
practised throwing jots of water Sa
turday evening, on Maunakea street,
in the presonco of a largo and dap
pledciowd of spectators.
The passengers who camo by the
last steamer from thu Coast, and
were quarantined, bomo at tho Dudoit
House, and otheis at tho station on
tho reef, weio libeiated yesterday.
. .. .
Mn, Lewis J. Levey's credit salo of
thc,goods of T. II, Davie's it Co;, to
day was well attended, and good
prices wero realized. Tho Milo will
bo continued to-morrow at 10 a. m.
MeSsiis. Hustaco and Robortson
will send by tho steamor Kilauea
Hon thiB ovening, two doublo dray
teams under Jtliieo weoks' contract
witli tho Hawaiian Government, to
cart tho water pipes for Knlaupapa,
Mit, Jas, Sims, height clerk of tho
eteamsr Kilauea Hon, has fallen in
lovo with the country, and has de
cided to remain hero for an indefi
nite length of time, though at first ho
expected his stay would be short.
Tom Donill, alias Tom Shoppaid,
was arrested yesterday by Captain
Larson, on a ehaigu of selling beer
without 'a licenso, and Frank and
Mrs. Ludwisko. weio handed in this
morning by the same oiliccr on tho
Two good waiters can obtain em
ployment by applying at llio Reiner
M in: QtMimos announces that no
ono holds a power of attorney to
sign his name.
The annual meeting of tho Peoples
lei) and Jluftigci.itor Co. will bo held
at tho ollleo of thu company on
TueHday.Maieli (ith, 1888, at 10 A. i.
TitEalaini of llio at about 7:30
o'clock lal night was" caused by an
incipient blaze ill the forecastle of
the steamer Kinau. Tlieio was but
little damago done. The Firo Dc
paitment was soon on hand, but its
services were not lcquircd.
Messiis. .1. 13. lhown it Co. an
nounce in this ibbuo thai Mr. Robt.
Swan Sciimgeour is as&ocialed with
them in the accbuutant dcpaitmcul
of their business. This gentleman's,
ability is eeitainly not limited to
ollleo woik; for yeais ho has been
iceognied by neaily oveiybody as
foremost in the community at his
All yesterday afternoon the finna
ment picscnlcd an aspect which in
dicated coming rain. At nightfall,
distant lightning Hashes were visi
ble. A few drops of rain leu. llio
heavens continued to gather daik
ncss until sometime past midnight,,
about 2 o'clock, when a terrific
thunderstorm bioke over the city,
accompanied and succedeed by a
downpour of lain. The lightning
was iieicc and frequent, closely fol
lowed by claps and peals of thunder
that made everything movable trem
ble. The rain came down in tor
rents, and lasted long after the
electric artillery had " ceased its
roar, continuing until daybreak with
little or no abatements when it
modeiatcd into moderate showers.
Dining this forenoon, since 8
o'clock, the weather ha3 been mod
erately line, but the lain resumed at
a little past one this afternoon. J
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a full moon conceit at Emma
Square this evening al 7 :I50 o'clock.
Following is the piogrammc:
Mai ch Delllir Kr.il
Oveituie Light Cavalry Suppo
Gavotte Stephanie CibuUu
Reminiscence's of Void! Godfiey
Kuu Lei me Pun Ohuhi. (new.)
Medley llevoric Beyer
Echo Dieams Wiedceke
Waltz Gypsy Baton Strauss
Mai eh Kaa Wal (y leq.) . ...Beiger
MESSRS. G. W. MAGFARLANE & CO.'S
Through the kindness of Messrs.
G. AV. Macfarlano & Co., a Bulle
tin reporter lias been accorded the
privilege of viewing their Art and
Fancy Goods Exhibition, in advance
of their opening day, but in the
limited space of an ordinary news
paper article it will be impossible to
describe to our leaders the many
beautiful aiticlcs that met our re
The handsome and spacious show
rooms have been re-arranged and
lenovalcd for this occasion and with
the beautiful and varied display
therein presented eompaies favor
ably with many of the more preten
tious institutions of the iaigcr metio
politan cities. General arrange
ment of the exhibition is singularly
striking and effective, and presents
an ensemble that is delightful, pleas
ing and harmonious in color and
The main room contains many
tables which are laden with brie-a-brao
of the choicest character, and
arranged witli exceedingly artistic
taste, among which may bo men
tioned some exquisite pieces in
Royal "Worcester and Hungarian
ware, and which doubtless, will find
an immediate place in some of
Honolulu's finest houses. Notice
able in this display are a pair of
life size busts in bionze, of an East
Indian Piinco and Princess in full
Oriental regalia. Tho modelling is
artistic to a degree, and tho decora
tions are exquisitely enamelled in
gorgeous colors and with particular
nicety of detail.
VariousI- disposed about the
walls and on tho floors, are nigs nud
carpets of the handsomest dibcrip
lion, of all sizes, colors and designs,
and without doubt the finest line of
this class of goods ever seen in
this market. Some of tho larger
size of tho Persian rugs are
particularly handsome and will ap
peal to the most critical taste.
The display of furnituro is es
pecially attractive, and forms one of
the finest featuies of tlie whole exhi
bition. A beautiful chamber set in
while enamel is deserving of parti'
cular mention. It is contained in
one of tho little side looms and
shows off to great advantage with
tho accessories that aio disposed
about tho room in the shape of lace
hangings, pictures and oilier decor
ative ai tides a veiilablo boudoir.
In the adjoining room which is
fitted up in much the bame way, is
a very elegant carved, polibhed wal
nut chamber set which will attract
much attention. It is unquestion
ably oijo of the finest sets of fuini
tmo that has been seen on these
Islands and should not lcinain long
without a purchaser. Disposed
A Few SToro
Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
l'oi' HI. 00. At
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
about the main room are iv few
parlor sets which arc of the latest
designs and exquisitely upholstered
in silk biocatcllo in the newest
fashionable colors. One set in silver
and peacock blue is particulMly
pretty. In addition to the furnituro
described there arc handsome library
sets in leather, Clicval French plate
glasses, wall cabinets richly inlaid
and intaglialed, music "lands, over
mantels whatnots etc. in merrjucterie
of tho most artistic and elaborate
workmanship. Collectively they
from the llncst illustration of the
arts involved in the construction of
decorative furniture, and house
keepers will lind tliis an unusual
opportunity to refill nisli their
There arc many other aiticlcs
deserving of mention which must be
left over for our next issue. The
goods will be ready for exhibition
to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock and
should attract a largo representation
of our att-loving community.
. MOLOKAI ITEMS.
Tho working party to lay the
water-pipe to the Leper Settlement
and under the direction of Supt.
Wilson arrived at Waikolu, Molokai,
on the 21st iust.
The weather at Kalaupapa and
Kalawao, Molokai, has been quite
pleasant for several weeks past, and
the steamers have experienced little
difficulty in landing freights.
A breakwater is much needed at
Kalaupapa, and as plenty of labor
and material is at hand it seems sui
prising that no effort lias been made
to supply tliis want.
Waikolu is the headquarters of
the Molokai Water Works at pre
sent, and already boasts of a Super
intendent's office, storehouse, black
smith's shop, and seven new (can
vas) buildings, all erected in one
The taro planters in the Waikolu
valley have been much annoj'cd by
the depredations of a large boar.
Present prospects point to an early
relief fiom tliis trouble, as Supciin
tendent Wilson has expicssed his
intention to bore a hole through the
There is talk of starting a new
w cekly paper at Kalawao to be call
ed the "Molokai News." There' is
much need of a newspaper there of
some sou as the inhabitants are
deemed to be at present too happy
in their ignorance of politics, foreign
wars and local abuses.
Work on the new pipe line to sup
ply the Settlements at Kalawao and
Kalaupapa witli water is to be
rapidly pushed forward, Minister
Thurston having not forgotten the
oft-expressed need of his former
The steamer Mokolii will probably
call into Waikolu every week during
the slay of Superintendent Wilson
and his pat ty at that place.
A MAN GETS SHOT
AT IIAMAKUAl'OKO, JIAUI.
Recently, Mr. Norris, the genial
and accommodating conductor of
the AVildcr 1, 11,, becoming a
little incensed at the manner
in which Uie l'aia bullock carls were
being driven over thejR.-K.. track,
declared, if necessary to protect the
property, he would station a man on
each side of the track with instruc
tions, to shoot the first man caught
driving acioss the hack, except at
tho regular crossings.
Quite a crowd having collected,
and as the train was about to leave
for Kahiilui, some portion remarked
in a sad tone of voice, "a man (jot
shot at Ilamakuapoko this morn
ing," when our friend witli blanch
ed cheeks immediately jumped on
the train and was off.
On arrivinfat Kahiilui the news
soon spread, and of course was not
long in reaching the car of our
worthy Sheriff, who is ever on the
alert for evil doers, when ho im
mediately dispatched a trusty de
puty to Ilamakuapoko to asceitain
the facts in thu case, hold an in
quest if necessary, and to leave no
stone unturned until he brought the
culm it to the bar of justice.
On arrival, after diligent enquiry
among plantation hands, ho finally
sought Mr. C. II. Dickuy, who keeps
a store at that place, and making
known his business, was informed
by Mr. D., while a Hiiiilc lit up his
countenance, that a man ijot two
pounds of shot there that morning
for sporting purposes, and paid for
it like a man. The effect on said
deputy must be imagined, but not
desciibed. At present wilting
eveiythiiig is quiet, but who can tell
what a day will bring forth. Should
anything serious happen you will
hear again from
Hainakunpoko, Feb. 21.
PUBLIC TRUST ESTATES.
There was a hcuiing this lnorning
before Chief Justice Judd in Cham
bers In the matters of the estates of
the late Emma Kuleleonalaiil and
Bernicc P. Bishop. Hon. S. M.
Damon as one of tho Trustees of
the latter cstato presented an ac
count for tho year 1887, nnd asked
for approval of the same. Mr.
A. J. C'artwriglit as tmstee of the
other estate also filed an account
eovoiing the period from July to
December 31, 1887, and asked for
its approval. Doth accounts wero
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
reported upon by the Master and
being satisfactory wcic passed and
ordered to bo entered of record.
Tho Master's report (Mr. Henry
Smith), in the matter of the estate
of Bernicc Pauahi Bishop, states
that tho Trustees' account is corret
in every paiticnlar. It shows an
expenditure of 87a,J21.'15, and re
ceipts to tho amount of S-13,921.2G,
leaving an excess of expenditures
over receipts of 30,000.19, which
were taken from the balance remain
ing in the Trustees' hands at the
commencement of the present ac
count. It also shows a balance to
now account of 131.59.
Following is the master's rcpoit
in the matter of the estate of Emma
On the account of A. J. Cart
wright, Trustee, filed on the 18th of
The Trustee charges himself witli
the following amounts, representing
liis receipts, viz:
Net proceeds sales personal
piopei ty $2,705 S."
Damages to Real Lstate from
Hawaiian Gov't 1,S"1 L5
Rents to Dee. HI. 1887 5.071 Git
Taxes leturned ;157 GO
Total Receipts S10,'.I0(! 33
The above total has been applied
by the Tiustee to the following ac
counts, representing his expendi
Aeet. annuitants to Dee. 31,
1SS7 S2,2.r.O 00
Aeet. scholarships 000 00
" repairs and damages to
Real estate 032 00
Aeet. expenses to personal
propei ty C4 85
Aeet. Insurance 130 00
Aeet. legal expenses 317 00
" taxes, 1SSC 352 80
Paid Tiustcc's commissions.. 075 30
Paid lcsiduarv legatees, viz:
Albeit Kiiiiuliikca 2,788 4-1
Tnntees Queen's Hospital.... 2,783 -U
Total paid out 910,000 33
Vouchers for these expenditures
are checked and verified.
Following are the names of the
young ladies receiving their educa
tion in the Priory of St. Andrew's
under the provisionsof the will :
Miss Fannie Malulaui,
Miss Emclinc Kaleionamoku,
Miss Maude Niaupio,
Miss Zoc Haiuiocipo.
The above expenditure of $900 is
for the years 188G and 1887, eacli
scholar paying 8150 per annum for
board, tuition and extras.
The computation by the Trustee
for his commissions is correct.
The present account covers the
period from 27th of July, 1880, to
31st of December, 1887.
I call attention to an order of the
Court made October 19, 188G, that
the Trustee, in paying over to the
Queen's Hospital Trustees the sum
of $10,537.5-1 was required to take
duplicate receipts therefor, one of
which receipts to be filed with the
records of the estate.
The foregoing report is respect
Honolulu, Feb. 21, 1888.
THE SUPERINTENDENT OF WATER
WORKS ON MOLOKAI.
His Exci:u,i:ncv L. A. Thckstoh,
Minister of Interior. Sir I have
the honor to present to Your Excel
lency the following facts lelative to
,1... ... m.l ... . f .,. in 4lit n rlntn
iiij iiiu Yuuiuijia ui iu iiuzt null;.
juysuii ;iuu paiLy arriveu i iva
laupapa per Mokolii, at C a. m., on
the 21st inst. As there was consider
able freight to be landed there, I
had the Chinese lauded and they
walked over to our present location,
I endeavored to see Mr. Hutchin
son, as I learned that Mr. Myers
was stijl in JIqiioIuIu, but failed to
obtain the desired meeting, although
I sent messengers to find him, aiid
had heard that ho was in the neigh
borhqod pf flie boat landing.
I left Kalaupapa at 8:30 a. m.,
and came direct to Waikolu to await
the arrival of the Mokolii witli our
stores, baggage, pipes, etc. The
Mokolii arrived off Waikolu at 12 :30
i". m. and immediately began to dis
charge; and although theio was con
siderable wind, and consequent surf,
I am happy to say that all the stores
and baggage wero landed without
damage, al hands being cnplqyed
until 0:30. Work was rosumod
early this moining getting the pipo
on shore. Tho impossibility of
making boat landings, compelled the
unloading of the pipes into about
seven feet of water on a sandy
bottom ; and consequent diving, at
which both Cnpt. McGregor and
myself were compelled to assist.
Voijr Excellency will undoubtedly
perceive that this manner of transit
was both laborious and tcdieus, but
I am happy to stato that I have
succeeded in lauding all the pipo
with hut little damage, and without
any outside assistance, except that
of Capt. McGregor of the steamer
Mokolii, and his crew. With regard
to assistance, I have to say to Your
Excellency that I was led to believe
that members of tho settlement
i would have been only too happy to
be employed al a icusomiblc rate of
On the afternoon of the 21st, after
nearly one half of the stores, cto.
had been landed, somo twenty-five
natives rode into Waikolu from the
settlement and offered their services
as laborers, I asked them the rate
per day ruling in tho settlement; I
was answered 50 ceuta per day: I
asked them what they expected to
got per day if employed, thoy snid
82.50 per day. I was taken aback
at this proposal, and recalled the
offers of services made by their
representatives in my presence at
tho timo of my former visit, and
asked them if this high rate requited
for labor such ns they could be ex
pected to do, was a sample of their
desire to assist the government in
furthering the project to benefit
them. I offered them $1 per day,
and told them if they did not wish
to accept that amount and still ad
hered to their proposed price, to
get on their horses and leave the
camp: this thoy did, and I have not
heard from or seen them since.
Tho men under my charges are all
well encamped, but tho weather here
is quite cold at nights and especially
caily mornings, and heavy rain
showers arc prevalent at tho latter
I will issue rules and regulations
which will prevent any contact what
ever witli the inhabitants of the
Leper Settlement and 1113' party.
Ground is now being rapidly elearcd,
and I will have the honor in my next
letter to give you account of my
Hoping that Your Excellency may
spare the time, and that I may have
a visit from you.
1 have the honor to be your obe
Chas. B. Wilson,
Superintendent Water Works.
AVaikolu, Feb. 22, 1888.
THE CHAMPION WHISTLING CIF1L.
Whistling is the craze witli New
York gills now. Mis. Shaw is the
champion whistling girl now, and
she has scoies of unsuccessful imi
tations. Mrs. Shaw's flute-like notes arc
described as simply phenomenal
compared to the average young
lady's, and those who expect to
emulate her successfully must in the
first place be assisted by natural ap
titude. (Some years ago it was
rare to hear a young lady whistling,
but now every household has a
young daughter that goes about the
house trying to imitate the birds.
There was a time when it was
considered very unrefined for a
young lady to whistle, and the
mother always chided her by repeat
ing the very trite lines about a
whistling woman and a crowing-hen
never coming to a good end. All
that is changed now, and the mother
and daughter are just as proud of
their daughters' whistling accom
plishments as they used to be of
their skill as musicians. Tho man
dolin, guitar and banjo for the pre
sent are relegated to the back stairs
of unpopularity to make room for
the new craze.
IW" II II I I. II I I
Price is an appropria te man to
address the National Committee in
behalf of San Francisco, having
landed as a naval oiliccr with the
force that first raised the American
flag in California at Monterey in
184G. He read the pioclamalion of
military occupation on thatoccasion,
and dining the thiec years of such
occupation lie was pn duty in the
6prvico. He was a member of the
ConstUutional Convention that fram
ed the'Constitution of California in
1819. He drove the first piles for
the San Francisco wharf, was tho
first Democratic candidate for Con
gress from that Territory and has
always shown a warm interest in the
welfare of the Pacific Coast.
"I7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
JL nut (.reams 1 educed to 30 cents
per whole pound, lit the Pioneer Steam
Uandy Factory and DaUcry, Hotel, be
tween fmmiii and port sheets, 71
J?RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
colato and Coeoiuut Caramels 10-'
duccd to 30 eeuts per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
Uakery, Hotel, between 'Xuuanu and
Fort streets. 71
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Chocolate Uieanis(de
llclous) reduced to 30 cents per whole
pound, at the Piom'.kk Sh:am Oankv
Factouv Ani ItAicmir, IIuti'.i., 111:
iwi:i:n Xuuanu and Pout sTitrBrs.
I7INEST BRANDS OF CALI
X' forma Port, Madeira and Malaga,
for sale in kcg and ciim'r by
GON8ALVH3 & CO.,
(II Qiiim'ii Birtoi.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kwir of Lueax' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
J rooms, No. 4 Uaiden I.unc, the
second door fiomUui(in stieet. Apply
cm tliu premise.. ) if
CLEAN RAGS ami second luiud
clothing will bo guilefully u-ii'lv.
ud for lliu iiso of lhc inmates ot thu
lirimcli Uospital for Lipers al Kiiknaltn,
or at the Leper Sitlliuuiit on MoloKai,
if left with J. T. Watcrhouse, ji at llio
Queen Street Store. Ufcf If
BUSS. 1. TllllSIilS,
On llerctiinia street near Piikoi.
(Formerly MiGuiro's Ilouec,)
Kindergarten & Elementary School.
Also, French and GeruiHii taught, and
Music Leiroim ,'lven.
7'J MuturrrohplionoXn. Bill. 3m
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CROSSE & BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
JI'HT ltr.CKIVI'.D VX "ZUAI.ANDIA"
A FINE LOT OF "NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES
A Very Choice Lot of N. Z. " Taranaki Butter,"
All of which wooflei to lhc Public at IIEASONABLE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats !
By each nriival from New Zeiland SOMETHING FINE.
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HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE,
ONE OF THE FINEST LINES OF
EMBROIDERIES, LACES & CURTAINS,
EVER SHOWN IN HONOLULU.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOIIA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FAKINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
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