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Fine Hat or Necktie,
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Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
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TUESDAY, MAR. G, 1888.
S S Aitstvalln. from b'nii 1'ianeUiHi
Stmr (" It lilshop from Knunl.
II U 31 3 Caroline from Hawaii
Schr Mary 1'ostcr from Kauai
Schr Caimtc from Kuan
Stmr Klnau for IIllo and way ports at 4
Stmr .Mlknlmla for Kauai sit ft p m
Stmr Jus Mttkco for Kauai ttt 4 p m
Schr Wnilclc for Kuan
Stmr Mokolil for Molokai at 5 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalanl for Lahalna ami llamakua
at 8 a m
Stmr Walalcale for Kilauca ami llnmi-
lcl at ft p in
1'or Kaliulnl and way ports, per I.lke-
llkci, Muroh ft G P Wilder and wife, Dt
II II llalley, Hon PN Mnkeo, Mm Mor-
llson, II Lone, S Mncaiilcy, Closes
Kellla, and about ISO deck.
From San Francisco, per Australia,
March 0 Capt A. T Sltnmonds, 11 .1
Cumisky, H A l'armulco and family, T
Lclllu, Capt A 0 Sherman, 0 Drye'hest,
Geo Drown and wife, Z T Momc. G W
Smith, Lcroy Lewis, J" Wolncr, Capt II
M Giffaid, 1" B I'cnnlnian, T ICakasicie,
AVm Driver, Capt 1" Keliey, Mrs AV II
Kron, Mrs J Muiihcad, Dr L 1"
Aharez and family, Capt 0 II Kicliard
son, W II Ellerker and family, Jno A
Wood and wife, F bclilessinger and
wife, M Adelsdorfcr, Amos Dottcrer,
Thos Gifford, OF Gifford, 7, T Davis
midwife, Mrs Wiard, W J Robinson,
Now KeuiiK, Capt .J D Tabey, S Drown,
Jno Egan, E A Judson, L Bellagerct and
Tins S S Australia, H 0 Houdlcttc
commander, left San Francisco, Feb
iStli at 2 p m. First "" days out exper
ienced strong X W breeze with violent
squalls and lain, for the rest of the way
light variable winds principally from
Southward and Eastward. Took on
Honolulu Pilot, March 5th, 10:ft0 a in,
Gl passengers, 1005 tons cargo.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Australia has brought fresh
fiozcn oysters for the Denver saloon.
. m .
A shipment of the famous Phila
delphia lager beer has conio on the
Australia for Dodd &. Miller.
A squad of marines from the U.
S. Marion wcro ashore to-day
practice at drilling.
The Anti-Asiatic Association will
meet atf (lie' 'Dell lower, at 7:30
o'clock this evening.
Queen Kapiolani and suite will
probably leave to-morrow, or Thurs
day, for a trip around Oaliu.
Our obligations to Mr. A. M.
Hewctt, stationer and newsdealer,
aro renewed, by a supply of Cali
To-iioniiow, at 10 a. m., Jas. F.
Morgan will sell the entite household
furniture of II. L. Dlancliaid, on tho
premises, King street.
Mn. "William Auld expects to move
into his now dwelling house, on tho
Insano Asylum grounds, on St.
Patrick's Day, in tho morning.
The Trustees of tho Queen's Hos
pital will hold their quarterly meet
ing, at tho rooms of the Chamber of
Commerce, next Thursday, ut 10
o'clock a. m.
Attention Co. D, Honolulu Rifles:
Every member of this command is
hereby ordered to report at 7 :30 at
their armory, as business of vital im
portance will bo brought up.
The S. S. Australia entered tho
habor at about 11:30 o'clock this
morning, and Bliortly after went into
quarantine, at the O. S.S. wharf. Tho
mail readied tho Post Ollico at about
1 :30 o'clock.
The Hawaiian Band Concert at
Emma Squaro last night brought out
a huge concourso of peoplo. Tho
atmosphere was beautifully clear and
cool. Frequent applauso and deter
mined demands for tho repetition of
several numbers gave unmistakablo
ovidonco of appreciation.
Wk clip tho following from tho
Boston "Congrcgationalist: Married,
in Hudson, Jan. 25, at tho residence
of Deacon D. B. Goodalo, by Rev. A.
F. Newton, Albert S. Howard, of
Townsond, and Ellen 0., daughter of
AVarron Goodalo of tho Hawaiian
The Women's Church Aid Socioty
of St. Androw's Cathedral has chosen
its oilicors for tho ensuing, year as
President Mrs. Robertson
Vice-President. . .Mrs. S. H. Dowoett
Secretary Mrs. Covington
Treasurer. , , Mrs, Jordan
Mrs. Mist, Mrs. King, Mrs. Moiibar
lat, Mrs. Wright and Mis. Giliillan.
The commissioned and non-commissioned
olliccrs of the Honolulu
Rillca hold a meeting at their armory
lust evening for tho purpose of con
sidering tho question of dUbaudnicut
of the, corps. As one of the com
panies was not represented, tho ques
tion was deferred until next Monday
evening. From what lias been said
by members of tho Rifles, to-day, it
appears that a goodly portion ' of tho
jnemborH aro n favor of disbanding.
Two young sluuks, each about 3
feel long, of tho nian-calcr kind, mid
one baby slunk, of the snnu' species,
about two inches long, wore on exhi
bition at the lisli market this foie
noon. i m
Tin: oilicors of the U. H. K. Adams
desire to icturii thanks to the citizens
of Honolulu, for their kind manifest
ations, of sympathy and also for their
generous gifts of !loveis,on tliu occa
sion of the funeral of cadet Hoss
Coleman, U. H. N.
Mit. Eddio Hums, son of Mr. .1. If.
Brunt), and latelv clerk in tho ollico
of tho I. I. S. N. Co., Mr. Dennio
Whitney, son of Captain Whitney
of this city, and Dr. Lightbody, luivo
shipped on tho whaler Ladoga for
tho Aictic legions.
. o i.
Tin: ciazy man who cut up "high
joules" on tho Nettie Mcirill,not long
ago, tried to escape from tho Asylum
at -1 o'clock a few mornings ago, but
on account of the obscure light, hu
lan against the main gato and was
floored and captured.
A Mon of natives, chasing a desert
ing sailor belonging to the German
baik Printzenberg, along tho city
fiont, near tho lisli market, yester
day evening, caused considerable ex
citement. After a brisk inn down
Nuuanu, along Queen and up Mauna
kea street the fellow was corneied
Mit. Wray Taylor, editor of tho
"P. C. Advertiser," was arrested yes
terday on a warrant sworn out by
Mrs. Harrison, charging liiiu with
libel. The case whb called in the
Police Court this morning, hut by ie
quest was continued until Thursday.
Mr. Hatch appears for the defendant
and Mr. Kinney assists the prosecu
tion. CHOCOLATE CREAMS.
The Pioneer Steam Candy faetoiy
does not sell (imported) Stale Choco
late Creams for home-niade, but its
own fiesli and supeiior article made
by F. Horn, tho only Practical Con
fectioner in Honolulu, whose Chal
lenge his would-be competitor daio
not accept. 82
OUR NEXT SUMMARY.
Will 1)0 issued on Saturday next,
Marcli 10, and will contain
columns of purely local matter
lating to the Islands ; and is
very best paper to send abroad.
the " CANDALARIA "---A NEW BOOK.
"Candalaria," a heroino of the
wild west, in a story of the Rocky
Mountains, by J. A. Owen, (sister-in-law
to Mr. J. T. Watcrhouse, Jr.
of this city,) author of "Our Hono
lulu Boj's, Under Palm and Pino and
Sea Blossom," is a book just out
from London, and for sale by the
Hawaiian News Company (late J.
H. Soper). Candalaria, afterwards
christened "Carita," is a Mexican
girl, who was bought by a kind
hearted cattle raiser for 50, taken
homo to his wife and adopted.
Carita was at first thought to be of
common Mexican blood, but the old
woman who sold her, confessed on
her dj'ing lied, that the child was of
noble parentage. The character of
the heroine, as portrayed by tho
authoress, develops from an untruth
ful, thieving child, into a lovable
christian woman, and becomes a
devoted wife of a worthy man. The
book lias a homelike, religious tone.
Unhappy moments, brought about
by adverse circumstances, arc suc
ceeded by peaceful happiness. The
curtain drops are scenes of Christian
domestic felicity. The book is
printed in large type, is chatty, sim
ple, and entertaining.
DESERTED AT NICHT.
Last night a white whale boat with
a number of men came over the
reef onto Wnikiki breech. The
men on striking the sand, disem
barked and made tracks inland.
Native fishermen found tho boat
adrift this morning, and after hiding
the oars, rowlocks, etc., tied tho
boat secuiely, to await develop
ments. Tho strangest part of the
whole affair is that the Captains of
tho several whalers now off port,
each thought tho men and boat be
longed to his ship.
When It became generally known
among the whalers that a boat and
crew had landed at Wnikiki last
night, all hands wero mustered and
an investigation was held. It turned
out that two green horn sailors of
tho Ohio, who were on the Lagoda,
got into one of the hitter's boats,
and made for shore. Twenty dol
lars reward was offered for the
capture of tho men early this morn
ing by the captain of the Lagoda,
who thought he had lost several
men, as the boat belonged to his ship.
Tho boat was found all right mid
was brought around, into tho harbor,
by some natives this afternoon.
Camp Liliubkalaui, the hcad
quaiters of tho Molokai Water
Works, where Superintendent Wil
son and party aro at present located,
is a model camp ; a set of rules and
regulations, issued by the Superin
tendent, keeping both camp mem
bers and outhidfrs in order.
The weather on tho windward
side of Molokai, from 1'elckunu to
Kalaupapa, has been quite variable
during the week past, occasional
heavy thunder-showers being prey
, alent, "
Water-spouts have boon familiar
objects off Kalaupapa, Kalawao and
WaiUolu. Six wcro seen on tho
27th and 2Sth, passing tlowly and
majestically through tho Molokai
channel, en route to Honolulu.
Supt. Wilson, with a hunting
party and accompanied by a large
number of bush-boalers, raided the
hog lairs of Wnikolu valley on a late
date, but, although evidences wcro
apparent of late occupancy, no in
terview was obtained with the
Father Gregory, a Catholic priest,
formerly located at Lahnina, Maui,
but now at Kalaupapa, is reported
to be failing very rapidly in health
and but little hope is had of a much
longer holding off of tho dread des
troyer. Tho steamer Kilnuca Hon arrived
at Kalaupapa on the 28th nil., laden
with pipe for the Molokai Water
Works. There were also on board
two drays and four horses for use
by Supt. Wilson in the cartage of
the pipes to points along the Kalau
papa and Kalawao roads. All tho
material was safely landed, and the
steamer then came to Waikolu,
where the balance of the pipes was
The arrival of the Mokolii is look
ed for, by members of Camp Liliuo
knlani with considerable interest
every week. Captain McGregor
has provedvcry accommodating in
many ways, and although but a
short time in port at Waikolu, on
each arrival, his pleasant counte
nance seems to add a charm to the
surrounding scenery, and the chain
of civilization seems to be recon
nected. The scenery in the Waikolu val
ley, Molokai, is grand in the ex
treme, and will afford to the mountain-climber
all the requisites
necessary for the most approved
Alpine travel, barring, of course,
tho wind, snow and ice.
Rapid progress is being made in
the work of preparation for the lay
ing of the watcr-pipo) to supply the
settlements of Kalawao and Kalau
papa. Already over 1500 feet of
cattle path has been made into
trench and roadway. F.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
llEFOlti: KUM. COUIIT, U JUDOES.
Monday, March 0, 1888.
In re Z. Kalai, Police Justice of
Noilh Kohala, Hawaii. Misconduct
in ofllce. Continued from yester
day. Evidence being heard.
Attorney-General for the crown;
J. L. Kaulukou for respondent.
w i i1 r .iijLL-aJUJ-
Late Foreign if s.
(i?y the Australia, this day.)
The receipts of the Custom-house
on Friday, reached the enormous
sum of $133,42-1. This amount was
received in the ordinary course of
business for duties, and indicates a
large increase in the importations at
this port, as well as its growing im
portance. "Stui Francisco.
On Feb. 28, there happened the
most terrible fatality in the history
At about 10 minutes after G
o'clock, and just after the whistle
had blown to announce the depar
ture of the steamer Julia from the
South Vallcjo wharf on her first
trip, and before she had got loose
from her moorings, a terrible explo
sion occurred, racking the vessel
through its whole extent and filling
tho air with thick volumes of
The early boat takes all the work
men living on the Vallcjo side to
their work in the various industries
on the Contra Costa side, and also
those going to San Francisco. Con
sequently, there were a great many
passengers on board. The morning
being cool, most of them had gath
ered around the warm smoke-stack
in the lower cabin.
As the exploibon cama from the
boiler, these men were directly ex
posed to a lerrihlo shock. Residos
this, the petroleum used for fuel
was scattered through the steamer,
setting it on liro.
There was terrible confusion, and
heart-rending ories arosu from the
crushed and burning men.
Tho forco of the explosion is
shown on a body that was dragged
out of tho wreck by Constable Lon
gan. Tho corpse was without head
or limbs, It was uttorly unrecog
nizable. Tho burning steamer set flic to
tho wharf and for hours tho flames
held sway, until tho boat was burn
ed to tho water's edge.
Guaymas (Mexico), Feb. 25.
Great excitement prevails hero over
the news that the Mexican Govern
ment has chartered tho steamer
Alejandro for two trips to take
troops from Mazatlan to San Benito,
where tho Guatemalan insurgents
are invading Mexican boil.
The Btoaihship Topeka is not ox
pected to return on her usual Mex
ican coastwise trade, and this region
has been left withou coost steamers
for two months.
For this reason the prices of su
gar, soap, lard and other national
products, ldoh comb by steamers
from Mahzaiilllo, hayc bee-- already
San Romo. Feb. 27 l'rinco Wil
liam has decided not to come to San
Reino unless his presence is abso
Dr. Kussmann shares in tho
opinion that there arc cancerous
cells in tho matter expectorated by
the Crown Prince.
Dr. McKonzio has declined to
cuter into anatomical details.
Dr. Kussmann has sent Bismarck
a special report on the Crown
Prince's condition, which is believed
to bo unfavorable.
The alarming theories of the Ger
man doctor have not been com
municated to the Princess and tho
change of treatment. The patient
will be treated to-morrow under
Mackenzie, assisted by Krause.
The Prince passed a good night,
lie coughed less and was able to
walk on the balcony of tho villa this
r--i- r-ruu y. s. "Kitiau" will
gps?fe&l JL sail on MONDAY,
3kj23S; March lSlli, nt 4v. m , for
lltlo ami Way.porl-i. Returning will
arilvo in Honolulu, on Fililav morning,
in order to go on the Marino Railway tu
S3 It WILDER bTEAMSHIl' CO.
AQUARTEKLY meeting or tho
iioaul ot Trustees of the Queen's
Iltupitnl will be held nt the room of
the ClmnibiT of Coninicrco on TIIU US
DAY next, the 8th instant, at 10 a. m.
P. A. t-OFIAEPEB,
Honolulu, Marcli 0, 1J88. K$ 2t
Notice of Election.
AT tin- annual meeting of tho stock
holdeis of tlin Peoples' Ico & Re
fiigeiator Co. held this day, tlin follow,
inj; named persons were elected as offi
cers for tho ensuing year:
,T. K. Wildu- '. President,
V W. Hall Vicu-Prcfideut,
W. K. Ko-.itr Secretary,
W. K. Wall Treasurer,
W. (). Smith Auditor.
The abovu nnined officers constitute
a Ik'nitl of Dlrcctorit.
W. E. FOSTUH,
tfcfiietniy P. I. & R. Co.
Honolulu, March G, 18S8. 81 2w
ON Saturday afternoon, between
Honolulu and Ewa, n bag con
taining mail iniitler, addressed "C. A.
Brown." The tinder will he suitably
icwurdid on returning it lo Mr. Drown
npiIE house now occupied
j?j-jS5fl -L uy ti. lionliecli, J'J-q.,
iSAipaaia situated on Kinuu street. For
particulars imjuiro of
82 2w G. E. UOARDMAN.
.a.a A COTTAGE on l.iliha
g:Sa XX. sheet, between King
iEsssa ami acnooi sireeis. j(cnt si::
per month. Apply to
M. S. GRiXUAUM & CO.,
80 tf Queen street.
ADltAFT No. C03, dated Kukniait,
February 1st, 1883, drawn by John
M. Horner, on Messrs. II. Hackfelil &
Co., m.ablu to the order of Mu Chin
foi 100. Payment of the same I aving
been Flopped. The finder Is reqiusteil
tn return the draft to Kwong Hip Iing
& Co., No. 15 King street. 81 lit
Per S. S. Aubtnilia,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOIl'J, Proprietor.
-O CIS A. IV TO-
EOIt HAS F1IANQISCO,
Tlin Al Steamship
Will huvc Honolulu for the abovu
Tuesday, Exarch 13,
For Freiylit or Paniug.', apply to
VM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Importer and Dealrr in
'cuh, I.iu'Ioh', a (iliUUrcu'H
Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
Tho Choicest llnmds of
Cigars & Tobacco
AlwnyK on HiiimI,
-JTQrder3 from tho othei Islands
solicited, 10 tf
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have Just received ex Australia
unothot lot of luu l'HILADEU'IUA
LAGER HELR" in kegs, which llicy
arc offering to tholr customers. 8S lw
THRESH, HOME-MADE WAL
X nut t reams lvduccd to UO cents
per whole pound, at the Ploueer Slcain
Candy Factory and HaVcry, Hotel, be
tween Nuuanu and Fortslieets. 71
THE OLDEST DAILY In the
X Kingdom "Tho Dally Hullcliti."
SO cents per month.
"I7RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
JO eolate and Cocoauut Caratncli lc
duccd to ao cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
liakcry, Hotel, between 'Nuuanu and
Fort streets. 7t
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Chocolate Cr(aius(du
llcious) reduced to 110 cents per whole
pound, at the Pion:ih Sti:am Candy
Factoiiv And Haukuv, Hotti,, uk
twkkn Nuuanu and Fout tki:uts.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X ndvcrtl-e in the Daily 1'ui.i.utin.
171 NEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL lornm Poit, Madeira and Malaga,
for sate in Ueg- and cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
(it Queen street.
THE ONLY LIVE PAPER in
X Honolulu 'Tliu Dally liulletin."
CO cents per mouth.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
THE DAILY BULLETIN Tho
1 uiiwt popular pupcr nulilinhrd.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
iJ rooms, No. -1 Uaidun Lane, the
second door from Union street. Apply
on t lie premises. 1 tf
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
X "Tlio Dally Hullcliti." 50 ctnts
HE ONLY PAPER rmil by all
classes The Daily Bulletin." CO
cents per month.
CLEAN RAGS anil sciond hand
clothing will bo giatefully iccelv
oil for tho use of the inmate of tho
Brunch Hospital for Lepers al Knknnko,
or at the Leper Sdtlment on Molokai,
if left with J T. Watcrhouse, jr., nt the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
MISS. P. TIIIELE,
On Bcretnnin street near l'likol.
(Formerly McQuire's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Jluxic Lessons -iven.
72 Mutual Telephone No. 504. 3m
THK n sideline next mT in M.ty.Fsi-.,
on the corner of Kinuu and Pen
pin ola ttrcets. Apply to
70 3w JAS. A. KENNEDY.
M Into Hue Co.
OF SAN FllANCISUO.
Jladii in America.
j Superior to all Otliers.
OONSALVES & CO.,
Holo Agent or thu Ilmvnllnn
Per bark "Ceyloti"
ANOTHER LOT OF
Hay & Grain,
CoiiMttlng of n 003 I'lickiif-e-.
FOR SALE at LOWEST PRICES-
JOHN F. COLBURN.
81 King Street. lw
1 Perfectly Gentlo (Carriage-and Em),
die) Ifon-a, Very Oomfortablo
Phaeton aii'd 1 Single tel Hurneb?.
Apply to LEWIS & CO.
71' 3 w
THE DAILY BULLETIN has. thu
O. largest ulienlation of any paper
printed lu this Kingdom. 60 cents per
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
IU8T KEOEIVKD A
INEN LAWNS IN
Tiiinn mirl Tfinlninirlnrl
a Mium aim muiuiugu
83 & 65 Fort street.
58 Opposite Irwin fc Co.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Ho. 85 FORT STEEET, HONOLULU.
Expert Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Fire & Lifo Insurance
Agents, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exchango Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts accurately kept and properly adjusted.
Colletions will receive special attention and returns promptly made.
Conveyancing a Specialty.' Kccoids tcarchod and correct Abstracts of Title
Lethal Documents and Papers of every ihsmlption carefully drawn and hand.
Copying and Translating in all languages in general utc i this Kingdom.
Seal Estate bought and sold. Tuxes jiaid and Piopcrty safely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, and rents collected.
Eire and Life Insurance elVectcd in first-cUss Insurance Companies.
Custom-Houso Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorable rales. ;
Advertisements and Subscriptions collclted for Publishers.
Any Article purchased or bold on mo3t favorable terms.
Inter-Island Orders will receive particular attention.
EST All Business entrusted to our care will roccivo prompt and faithful attention at
Having had an extensive businie-t e.xpeilencc for over iwcnty.ilvc years lu
New York City and elsewhere, wo feel competent to attend to all business of au
intricato and complicated nauiie, or requiring laot and discretion, and respectfully
solicit a ti 141.
Bell Telephone No. 274.
Telephone Hoth Companies 240. i O. Boi 207.
LEWIS & GO 1 1 1 FORT.
IMPORTERS, YHOLESALE Sl RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
FUKSII GOODS from California on ICE, by each steamer of tho O. S. 8. Co.
' A COMI'I.UTK LINK OK
CROSSE & BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
JUST llKCUIVliD v.x "zuaiandia"
A FINE LOT OF ''NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES
A Very Choice Lot of W. Z. ' Taranaki Butter."
All of which we offer to tho Pulilio at KKABONABLE PIUOES.
Fresh New Zealand Bulter, ON ICE, In 1 Pound Pats !
JJy each arrival from New Zetland SOMETHING) FINE.
HAVE JUST EECEIVED FROM EUROPE,
ONE OF THE FINEST LINES OF
EMBROIDERIES, LACES & CURTAINS,
EVER SHOWN IN HONOLUJLU.
Just Received at HoEEister & Co.'s
A lurge assortment of
Comprising the wull-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOllGS,
EASTMAN S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
NEW DESIGNS !
Ml BroctM 81 al Low Prices.
Torcliy Laces !
X-IjiAvixiiit.il Unwinds -Acone-.
mi. 7-88 ly
, ifa, r?.fc M&LJj&m&&$'
"ja r jg.uju. m aui.