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A Few Store
If you ivnut n
Fine Hat or Necktie.
A JTItio Iilno of
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes.
fiooli nt tho rino I.luo of
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Yests.
For 81.00. At
Tho Arcade EGAN
Tho ArcauG-EGAN & CO.
FRIDAY, MAIL !), 1888.
Stmt- Lchna f i out lliunakua
Gcr b rk Pretih leh from San Francisco
Stmr Kihiucn Hon from Hiimakua
SUur Surprise from Hawaii
Stmr .Ins Mtikeu from Kapiui
Stmr Widnianalo from Wulmnnulo
Stmr J A Omniiiliis from Ivoulnu
Solir Wnicliu from Kimti
riehr Loalil for Hawaii
Stmr W G Hull from Hawaii mill Maul
Ilk Lady Harcwood for Hongkong
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kllauca Hon for Hamakua
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Look out for Cbus. llusluco'n new
notice in to-morrow's Bum.ktin.
A nici: cottage on Lunalilo street
is advertised for rent or leaHe.
A ooi.n ring has been found which
the owner can have by calling at this
It ia nearly time that Hawaiian
ileet-foolcd horaoa cntUied training
for the Juno races.
"Slightly on the Mash" dissected,
was well received and encored at the
Hand concert at the Hotel last night.
An interesting letter from Col. V.
V. Ashford appeals in to-day's Bui.
i.r.TiN', reprinted from the "Toionto
The Hawaiian Busincs-s Agency
has moved into their new and nicely
fitted up office, corner of Merchant
and Fort streets.
At '1 o'clock yestoiday morning, at
tho icsidcncc of Mr. Horace Crabbe,
Nuuami Avenue, the thermometer
lcgistercd 58 degrees.
Mn. Jus. F. Morgan has
birds for private sale at his
room, Queen street. They
. . i.
Two whaling captains who
their quarantine at the
grounds have been ordeicd
station on the reef.
Persons in want of a good carriago
with competent and skilful drivers,
should ring up the Honolulu Cai
riage Co. Telephones No. 335.
A caiipenteu working out on tho
plains, received a painful cut about
an inch long on top of the head, by
a falling chisel. Dr. Brodio sowed
up tho wound.
mm .... i
Two old weather beaten salts,
kamaainas, who huvo been great
cronies until of late, met on Queen
street this morning and indulged in
war-like talk about tho job of tender
to the whalers.
Special attention is invited to Mr.
Mclncrny's opening notice, and long
list of goods. The opening of the
new store, at the eorner of Merchant
and Fort street, will bo to-morrow.
The public aio invited.
By reference tc the new card of
ltichard Cayfoid, of tho Veterinary
Shoeing forge, next to Lucas' Mill,
Fort street, it will be been Unit Mr.
Cayford is now prepaied to shoo
horses, in a workman-like manner,
from .151.50 upward.
milium. A. lX01UJllL-nB5
JUMPED OVERBOARD AT SEA.
At 11 o'clock, a few nights ago,
while tho whaler Jacob A. Rowland
was seven or ten miles at sea, abeam
of the harbor of Honolulu, three
men, one a native called .Jim, an
other a West Indian and the third
an American, jumped overboard to
swim ashore. The Captain of the
whaler has gone through tho form
of taking out a warrant for their ar
rest, but as they have not been
seen or heard from, it is believed
they were drowned or eaten by
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
Tho following aro tho names of
persons booked to leave for San
Francisco by the S. S. Mariposa:
Mrs. Itcid and 2 children, J. 11.
Tolcr, S. Ehrllch, Miss Mirrless,
Mr. and Mrs. Watson, Moiih. Bou
leich and lady, Harry von Holt, O.
E. Blair, Geo. Bonncy, A. A. S.
Pireco and son, L. Hunt and wife,
Miss Vida, Miss Alice Woods, C.
F. Jackson and T. II. Davies.
For San Francisco, by tho Aus
tralia, next Tuesday, tho following
are booked: Mrs. Captain Millard,
Mrs. Anna 15. Ellis, Miss S, V.
Hall, Wm. Orcnfred and son,
Judge Widemann, J. II. Killers, F.
L. Stoltz and wifo, II. Smith and
son, II. M. Crabbo and wifo, II. G.
Crabbe and wifo, Mrs, Capl. Shock
ley and child, Dr. Noyes, J. M.
Sass and wife, Mrs. M, Louisson,
J. A. Bai train, L, Bravcrman and
wife, S. F. Alexander and wife,
Mrs. Peterson, Miss Nellie M.
Lowroy, Mrs. W. A. Bowen and
child, It. It. Hind and wife, Alex.
Young, wife and 5 children, Miss
Agnes Young, Miss busio loun
ami Robert young.
Tlio Pioneer Steam Candy factory
doeii not sell (imported) Stulo Oliocn
lntc Cicams for home-made, but its
own fiosh and superior aiticlo made
bv 1'. Hoiin, the only PincMcul Con
feotioncr in Honolulu, whoso
lenp;o bis would-be competitor
JUMPED THE UAHQ.
A coloied prisoner who was
ing n sentence lor laceny, jumped
the gang yesterday, and got away.
He was disco veietl and chased at
Waikilci this morning, but by plung'
ing into a llsh pond
made "ood Ills
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Itcligiou? seivico at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, at 7 o'clock.
Kejnilar monthly meeting of Ha
waiian Council 080, A. L. of 11. at
7.30 o'clock in Harmony Hall.
Our summary for sending abroad
by the steamship Mariposa, which
may come along at any hour, is now,
ready, and may bo procured at Mr.
IIe elts, the Hawaiian News Agency ,
or at the olllcc of publication. It
is a good paper for sending to your
A nolle prosequi was granted in
Rex vs. Vray Taylor, yesterday, in
the Police Court, the prosecution
being unable to go on with the case
owing to the departure of Mrs. T.
II. Harrison. She left her marriage
ceitilicatc, however, and it was filed
with the court.
IlillLlL.U.U'i lli-i. lll
In the show windows of J. E.
Brown & Co., and J. II. Soper, are
exhibited branches of coffee in full
bloom. The flower is pure white
and vcr3r beautiful. The branches
were taken from three tices belong-
to Mr. Poor, who informs us that he
lias supplied his family tor 3'ears
with an abundance of coffee, and to
A reply to the letter of protest
has been received from the Board
of Health. Regrets were expressed
for the annoyance caused on people
mistaking too out uuiloit House on
the Hotel grounds, for the present
place of that name, on King street.
The name was accepted through
common usage, but to remedy the
cause of misunderstanding, the
quarantined place will be termed
Hawaiian Hotel cottage number
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual Blue Itibbou entertain
ment will be given in the Y. M. C.
II. hall Saturday evening, at 7:30
p. m. Everybody is cordially in
vited to come and bring their
friends. Following is the pro
Piano Solo Mis Young
Song Mis Jennie (JSiievo
Kccilnlioa MNi Jaue Haie
Song Mr. W. 11. Hoog
Jtccitatloi Mr. A.B. Miupliy
Address Mr. Adams
Since the Bulletin announced the
coming of professional baseball
players, the local clubs have taken
renewed interest in the game.
Next Monday morning a gang of
10 or 15 prisoners will go out
to Makiki to weed the baseball
grounds and put them in clean
A nine on the IJ. S. H. Adams
have spoken of playing a match
game of baseball with the Honolulu
Club at Makiki, a week from to
morrow. The Vandalia team have signified
their intention of playing a game or
two on their return lrom the other
Tho coining of the professionals
is looked for with eagerness and
some of tho local players have slated
their willingness to play against
them, though they may be unmerci
imroiti: i-iiuston, j.
Iliilawo (k) vs. Kalua (w) and
Kalmwaii (k), ejectment. Jury
waived July Term 1887. Being
heard. Recoss takotiioiu 12 noon
till 1 p. m.
Paul Neumann and J. M. Mop
sarrat for plaintiff ; W. A. Kinney
iir.t-'oiti; i)ici?i:inoN, ?.
C. Mouiitlnii et. ul. vs.
Kan et. al. Partly heard
tinned to the JOtli.
W. O. Smith for plaintiffs :
well for defendants,
nut'oiir. .iopu, a. j.
In re estate of Samuel Harrison,
deceased. Petition from .Mr. Arthur
Harrison for letters of iidininistia
tion. Petition heard and Mr. Krcd.
Harrison appointed administrator,
as the petitioner is about leaving the
In re estate of W. M. Gibson,
deceased. Will proved, and letteis
testamentary issued to J. S. Walker
BY IXWIS J. I.BVKY.
Kcgular Cash Sale at 10 o'clock
a. ni. at salesroom, corner of Fort
and Queen streets. At 12 noon, at
tho same place, 100 cases of kero
sene oil, in good order.
The Gleaners Society will meet in
the parlors of the Central Union
Chinch, at 2 o'clock p. hi.
The Blue ltibbon enteitainmcnt,
at the Y. M. C. A. hall, at 7:30
Opening of Mclncrny's now store,
corner of luirtand Merchant streets.
For tho construction of two
bridges, one over stream at Manoa,
and one over Waikiki stream, near
Long Branch :
II. V. Bcrtelman 1,000
Walker & Hcdwaid l.fiOO
J. N. Kaiaikawaha 1,000
W. F. O'llalloran 1.G37
Benj. Keid 1,813
Awarded to II. F. Bcrtelman.
THE '" BULLETIN" LIBEL CASE.
Walter Hill, editor of the Bulle
tin, was arrested on Wednesday
afternoon, on a charge of libel. Bail
was fixed as $100, which amount
was handed over at once, and the
editor allowed his liberty.
The case came up in the Police
Court yesterday afternoon. The
alleged libel was contained in an
article published in the Bulletin on
the first day of Match, relating to
the arrest of a Chinaman for cruelty
to animals. The arrested poison
was represented at "Yim Quon, a
rice "planter at Kailua, Koolau," and
Man Chip, manager for a Yim Quon,
brought the action. Mr. V. V.
Ashford appeared for the plaintiff
and Mr. Charles Creighlon for the
The prosecution held that the
aiticle in question was damaging to
Yim Quon, a rice planter and Mer
chat. The particulars given res
pecting the arrest, condition or
mals, etc. were admitted, but
Quon was not the guilty party.
animals did not belong to biin,
be is now in China, where he
been for some time past.
The defence maintained that no re
ference was made or intended in the
ailiclejto the Yim Quon in China, re
presented here by his manager, Man
Chip, but to the man in charge of the
mules, who on the day following the
arrest was arraigned in the Police
Court by the name of Ah Ilee,
pleaded guilty, and was sent to jail.
The man was called Yim Quon be
cause the reporter was informed by
another Chinaman that such was his
name. The defendant was not awaie
until the day prior to his arrest,
when the case was being prepared
for court, that a wrong name, as
alleged, had been used. Had he
been informed of it, lie would have
cheerfully and promptly made the
correction, as a matter of common
His Honor did not think he
would be justified in putting the
country to the expense of sending
the defendant up to be tried by
jury, and therefore discharged him.
WANTED A GUARANTEE.
The whaling captain referred to
yesterday as "so near to and yet so
far from his wife," was an object of
mirthful gossip among his fellow
men this morning. Yes," said
the captain, i;oodualurcdly, "I am
paying. S9 a day for the privilege of
looking at my wifo from a distance"
(laughter ami remarks of, "you
ought to be thankful that you have
that much privilege"). "Vhy don't
you take her on board ship'!"'
queried a friend. "I suggested that
to the Bo.ird of Hcalh," replied
the captain, "and was wjlling to
give my word of honor that I would
not communicate with the shore.
But they wanted mo to give a writ
ten guarantee, which I could not do,
as the vessel might be blown ashoro,
and I cannot guarantee against acci
dents." (Here many opinions were
expressed and it was generally con
ceded that tho captain would not be
blamed if ho violated the guarantee
through an accident of shipwreck
or the Ijko). "Well, it's pietty
tough, anyhow," murmured the
captain, "pretty tough,"
TIE SUGAR PROBLEM.
The interest taken in tho investi
gation of the sugar trust in New
York appears to have been intensi
fied by rumors that Caus Sprocktls
of this coast was about to start an
opposition to the gieat monopoly.
This would bo good news for con
sumers if itwurotruoj but there is
DO reason to believe thatMr, Spreck
cls contemplates anything of tho
kind. Ho lias two wai b of his own
on hand, one with tho American re
finery and the other with people who
ouglit to grow beets and wont unless
he guarantees tliem against nil loss
and surroiidms to thorn all tho pio
IH; and belligerent as ho may bo
lie is a man of whom it may bo said,
as was said of Sosle, that the vigor
of his arm perishes when it ia at
rest these two littlo controversies
aio Miluoient to engross ids atten
tion. yiien tho timo conies that his
product' of beet sugar renders his
alliance desirable for tho trust
will probably bo considered.
The sugar problem grows more
interesting every day. It is now
quite clear that unless tho Eastern
trust can in some way control pro
duction In Europe, as well as here,
its monopoly of the American mar
ket might any day be overthrown
by a repeal of the sugar duties. Under
the stimulus of bounties, tho sugar
production of Germany has reached
phenomenal figures. It has doubled
since 1880. In 1875 Germany ex
poitcd, in round figures, 11,000,000
pounds of sugar, raw and refined ;
in 1885, the total exports of both
kinds reached the enormous figure
of 1,101,000,000 pounds. The in
creased production of sugar in Ger
many caused by the bounty system
led Co its adoption by France, Bel
gium, Austria, Russia and other
countries; in all the countries of
Continental Europe, in fact sugar
making has been so aitificially
stimulated that the amount of sugar
grown in the world exclusive of
China and South America, from
which there arc no returns in the
year 1887 was about G,000,000 tons,
as against about 3,000,000 tons in
1877. Of course consumption has
not kept pace with this unnatural
development. The statisticians re
port that the consumption per capita
has increased in this country from
30 pounds to 53 pounds, in England
from GO pounds to 7-1 pounds, in
Germany from 12 to 17, m France
from 15to 21. But this increase,
large as it seems, did not dispose of
the surplus stock ; and the conse
quence was that, until tho trust was
formed, the course of prices was
Now the trust proposes to put up
the price of sugar by closing down
a given number of iclinerics; and
this it does just at the moment when
so lovcl-headed a man as Claus
Sprcckels says that he sees his way
to add a thousand million tons of
sugar to the world's annual supply
by developing the beet-sugar in
dustry in California. Simultaneously
representatives of the sugar interest
on the continent of Europe aie moot
ing in England to devise a scheme to
abolish the bounty system alto
gether. It will be interesting to
watch if the Sugar Convention can
devise a plan by which the sugar
bounties can be abolished without
involving the ruin of the refineries
and beet plantations which were
started on the strength of tbe:r
A little paragraph appeared in the
telegraphic news the other day to
the effect, that Mr. Rockefeller of
the Standard Oil Trust had been in
vited to take charge of the Sugar
Trust and to extend its sphero so as
to embrace tho whole world. The
story possesses some plausibility'.
No sugar corner can be permanent
unless it includes Germany, which
is now a larger sugar producer than
Cuba. Whether Mr. Rookefcller's
hand can be discerned behind the
inqvers in the Sugar Convention in
London it would be quite interesting
to ascertain. -S. F. Call.
THE PERFECT WOMAN.
If any woman wishes to know
whether she is a perfect specimen
of her sex sdic has onby to apply the
rules laid down for ascertaining the
fact apd figure on tho results. Fiist,
as to height, tastes differ, but the
Mediccan Venus is live feet five
inches in height, and this is held by
many sculptors and artists to bo the
most admirable stature for a woman.
As for coloring and shape, here is
the code laid down by the Arabs,
who say that a woman should have
these "things: Black Hair, eye
brows, lashes and pujiils. White
Skin, teeth and globe of the eye.
Red Tongue, lips aiul cheeks.
Round Head, neck, arms, ankles
Jan! atat. r- Imfc II a rtl. llllftfAltli
UI1U Ulipt. JJUJI4---.MUi;i, Illiquid,
arms and limbs. Large Forehead,
eyes and lips. Narrow Eyebrows,
nose and feet. Small Ears, bust
For a woman five feet five, 108
pounds is the pioper weight, and if
hhe be wel formed h!ib can stand
another ten pounds without greatly
showing jt. When her arms are ex
tended sho should measure from tip
of middle finger to tip of middle
finger just five feet lo, exactly her
own height. The length of her
hand should be just a tenth of that,
and her foqt just a, seventh, and the
diameter of her chest a fifth. l rom
her thighs to tho ground she should
measure just what die measures
from the thighs to the top of the
head. The knee should conm ex
actly midway between the thigh and
thp heel. The distance from the
ebow to the middle finger should
be thu samo as the distance front
the elbow to the ptiddlo of the
elicst, From the top of tho hoad to
the chin should ho just the length
of tho foot, and there should be tho
baino distance between the chin and
tho armpits. A woman of this
height bhould measure twenty-four
Inches about the waist and thirty-
four Inches about the bust II meas
ured from under the arms, and
forty-three if ovor llioin. The
upper-arm bhould measure thirteen
Inches and the wrist six. The calf
of the log should mcasuro fourteen,
and one-half niches, thp "thigh
twenty-live and the ankle eight.
Thero is another system of lueasurct
mciii which says that t,hp distance
twice around the thumb should go
once around tho wrist ; twice around
the wrist once around tho throat;
twice around the throat once around
the waist, and so on ; but the (list
aro the measures used by sculptors
who have gained them by measure
ments of the Greek statues. X.
In the United States Senate alone
bills have been introduced during
the present session appropriating
more than S10,000,000 for public
fi ET SOME Gcrulne Ohlfashloued
VJl liutterpcoteli Canny, at inc new
"Yuiii! Yum I"
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
ItJL have just received ex Australia
anolhei lot of Hiai 'PHILADELPHIA
LAGER HERB." in kegs, which they
arc offering to their customers. 83 lw
tliu Kingdom "The
f,0 cents per month.
X PER iu
T7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
JL nut Creams induced to 30 cents
per whole pound, nt the Pioneer Steam
mill lliiliery, Hotel,
THE BEST PAPER to subscribe
for is lliu "Daily Uullcliu." 0j
'con's per month.
"pRESH, HOME-MADE CHO
X? eolate and Coeo.inut Caramels ip
duecd to :!0 cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam t'andv Factory and
Bakery, Hotel, between Xtuianil and
Pott st i eels. 71
HPHE DAILY BULLETIN The
JL mnM popllltt'- puppr- iillilihr'l.
DURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
JL anil Vanilla Chocolate Cicams(de
lieious) reduced to 30 cents per whole
pound, at the PioNrxu Steam Candy
PAcroitv And liAKiMir, Hotkl, m:-
twkun N'uuanu and Four stukets.
BRANDS OF CALI-
JL let ma
Poit, Maiieiia and ilalasu,
for sale in keg's and cses by
GONSALVES & CO.,
(Jt Queen strict.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Boar of Lucas' Mill.
O NICE LARGE FURNISHED
i-t roums, ISo. 4 UuiUen Lunu, tlie
second door from Union street. Apply
on Ihe premises. 1 If
CLEAN RAGS aim second hand
clothing will be grutufully iccelv
cil for thu u'-e of the inmates of the
Ilrnnch Hospital for Lepers at Knknauo,
or at the Leper bailment on Jtolokai,
if left with J. T. "Walcrhousc, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
BUSS. P. THIELE,
On Derelnniu street near I'iikoi.
(Fonneily MtQuire's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A safe conveyance will call for mid re-
turn children living at a dNtuticc.
72 Mutual Teli-plinni No. Wit. :im
jjist iti:o!;ivi: at
SOPER'S Book & News Depot,
GtASKELL'S Compendium of Social,
T Legal, educational and Commer
HILL'S Manual of
Social and Ihi.-i-
CtHARLES DICKEN'S Work completo
' in Vols, cloth.
SCOTT'S Waverly Xovels complete la
12 Vols. cloth.
TaQ FiiM I'Mitlou, it Vol.
BRYANT & STRATT0N
"nmilTTAKER'S Almanac for
BENNETT'S Xiuiiie.il Almanac for 18SS.
rnHIRD EDITION Jteed'a Standaid lu
X fantry Tactics.
i - 1'iiper.
0crlaud Mall Xote
Imperial AttlUlc Stationary.
LETTER and Xoto hlorayorllH IHottor
Willing Tablets (neat).
In Fancy Pen
MELE HAWAII not)
copies Xo. a
M. It. OOLBURN,
A LL kinds of dui)iigo
xl Willi prnuintiii'tt.
Hluck Sand delivered In fliuinlltlci In
suit Also, Illiiok Hook and Coral Hock.
Onioo: With J. 1-'. Coluurn, IvIiil'
'street, near Miiuiiiiken. T& Jim
A. II. RASEMANN,
Book-binder, Papor-rulor & Blank
Whiles to noiify the public that ho
has rumnvcd to Uigur quaiters,
No, 13 Eanhumanu Street,
tsr up staius. -a
8l8lu 1502 WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL. ' J
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
JUST KEUI3IVHO A
LINEN LAWNS IN
Mia Liffl awl MmM
83 & 65 Fort street.
58 Opposite Irwin & Co.
HONOLULU PIONEER STEAM
F. HORN, Proprietor.
PRACTICAL CONFECTIONER, PASTRY COOK AND
Having not only a six years' but over a half century's "prac
tical experience in till and every branch of
OF THE HIGHEST
Of all sizes, always on hand or
mented in the highest
other production m Honolulu.
EGsHfonolulu: Hotel St. bet. Fort & Nuuanu; both Telephones No. 7gSI
Made of the celebrated CREAM of the Woodlsiwn Dairy,
sold at the great reduced price of
.00! 2.GO! S2.00! S2.00Z SS.OO!
PER GALLON-HONEST MEASURE
THE "HONOLULU STEAM CANDY lACTORY
CAKE, AND HUEAI) BAKERY,"
E3!rAs somo'evil disposed persons who aro openly boast
ing of tho intention of ruining my business and villanously
falsefying my GOODS and ICE CREAM I will forfeit
100 to nuy person who will prove by analysis that my
CE CUE AM is not strictly pure although sold cheaper
than anywhero else.
: sr BEWARE OF FALSE REPRESENTATIONS -a :
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornamenter
Both Telephones Xo. 7l . Hotel St. bet. Xuuanu & Fort St.
Just Received at Holfister & Go.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tlio welMcnown brands of
COLGATE & CO,, LUNDBOJIGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
0 r '"
lox f5;lo sit 102,ei!o:iiatle 3?rice. iM
NEW DESIGNS !
M BrmiM SI at Lew Prices.
Torcliong Laces I
made to order and orna
artistic style, defying- all