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- A Few aiorc
Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
For 81.00. At
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
X" II 13
TUESDAY, MA11CII 13, 1888.
Btmr Mlkahala lor Kmial ut 5 p in
Btmr V O Hall lor Hawaii and Maul tit
S S Australia for San Frnnctseo at noou
Stmr Walalcalo for Kauai at i p in
For Mnnl and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, Mar 13 Queen Knplolaut, attend
ants and two pi luces, .las Campbell, W
II Daniels, Dr llallcy. A N Knpulkl,
Mrs Mons.urat, Jas McLean, F Wl'iatt,
Mw W S Wilcox, Paul ICanoa, Sum
Obed, Mrs Laura, Mr MeCabe, A Akana,
.T V McLean, Mr Cornwall, D S Lcek
nian, Mr Zink ntul 75 keek.
At his residence, Palatini,
Daniel T. True, a natlvo
Mass., aged S3 years.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mn. J. M. Monsarrat lins a cottage
to let suitable for a gentleman.
An oiler belonging to tho Mariposa
was accidentally left hero Satin day
The Australia took from tho Post
Office to-day 2103 letters and 1038
Mn. L. A. Thurston, Minister of
Interior, left for Molokui, by the
Likclike, last evening.
In all probability the small-pox
case on the Hunter will 'be landed at
the quarantine grounds.
The quarantine of tho passen
gers, who came by the S. S. Austra
lia last Tuesday, will bo raised next
Tun whaling captains, who woro
in quarantine on the reef, have been
' taken aboard the whaler Northern
The S. S. Mariposa is expected
from San Francisco, on Apiil 12,
when Mr. F. H. Hayselden iB sup
posed to return.
Messrs. J. E. -Brown & Co. have
two nice cottages to lot, one on Ki
nau street, and ono at Waikiki, op
posite Sunny South.
DuniNQ the absence of Mr. C. J.
McCarthy from the kingdom, Mr.
"William F. Love will act for him in
all matters of business.
The Yosemito Skating llink will
bo open every evening, and music
will be furnished on Tuesday and
Saturday evenings, for tho x'ublic hi
Two magnificent ivory teeth taken
from tho whale caught by tho Jacob
Howland, off Honolulu harbor, and
weighing each over 5 pounds, were
exhibited last evening.
The prospectus of the Hawaiian
Coffeo Plantation Company, is being
circulated. Copies can bo had by
application to Mcssra. J. E. Brown
& Co., Merchant stieet.
Two white seamen, tough loooking
customers, were arrested this morn
ing as deserters from the whaler
Stamboul. Tho Stamboul has been
away to sea some days.
The administrators of the estate
of tho late Geo. Engelhardt announce
to tho public that they will sell dur
ring the coining week, all goods in
tho store at 10 percent below cost, in
ordor to closo up tho business.
A native was seen sucking the
head of a horse whip this morning.
At first ho was thought to be niinii
cing an English fop, but on close
observation it was discovered that
ho was smoking a combination pipe.
Mn. J. S. Walker, Executor of tho
will of the late W. M. Gibson, re
quests all persons indebted to the
estate to make immediate payment,
and notifies all pcrsoiiB having claims
against tho estate to present them
within six months.
Pn Saturday, March 17th, at 10
o'clock a. m., at tho premises, Queen
street, by order of tho Executors of
tho estate of tho lato Geo. Engel
hardt, Mr, Jas. F. Morgan will sell
tho ontiro lot of plants, birds, etc.
Particulars in to-morrow's issue.
On Feb. 10, ono of the most des
tructivo'and extensivo fires which
has ever occurred at tho North
Shore (Auckland), hroko out in
Victoria street. Tho fire raged
with great fury, and in a short time
nine shops and houses wcro leveled
to tho 'ground, while many other
places were more or less damaged.
No lives -wcro lost, but the'loss to
property was very heavy.
Tho YVosloyan ministers are still
being persecuted at Tonga. Tho
Freo Church missionaries have been
Inciting tho natives to loot the "NVcs
leyuns' property. Two British men-of-war
were at Tonga, and have
partially succeeded in stopping tho
persecution. The naval officers
warned Mr, Baker, tho leader of tho
Free Church, that his conduct for
the futuro must bo conducive to
the peace and welfaro of tho com
munity, and exacted from tho king
a, promise that perfect religious
freedom should bo enjoyed through
put the islands.
ir you ivniit n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Tho Geo. W. Do Long Post, at
7.30 o'clock p. in.
Tho Anti-Asiatic Union wilt hold
their regular general meeting, at
7.30 p. in., in tho Hell Tower hall.
Very interesting questions will bo
Drill of Co. B, Honolulu Rlllcs,
nt their armory, at 7i30 o'clock.
At 11:30 o'clock this morning,
Messrs. F. II. Iltiyscltlen and G. V.
Macfarlnnc, and half an hour later
Mr. W. S. Luce, were arrested by
Capt. Larson on a warrant, sworn
out by tho Attorncy-Gencrnl, charg
ing them with conspiracy, under
Section 1, Chapter '28 of tho Penal
Code. Thu ai rested persons were
each liberated on a S 1,000 bond.
1 U1PJL. li WJ ' J-' LI-.1- .'-
The sovcral companies of the Ho
nolulu Rifles met at their armor3'
last evening, for the purpose of de
ciding the question of disbandmcnl.
Col. V. V. Ashford addressed tho
battalion, and then called upon the
captains to report the sentiments of
their respective companies. Each
captain reported his company to
have voted unanimously against dis
bandment. A resolution was then
passed to the effect that the Rifles do
ONE OF THE THREE.
One of the three men who jumped
overboard from the whaler J. A.
llowland, when she was seven or
ten miles at sea, some few nights
ago, is reported to have been seen,
lie went to a house where the wife
of a whaling captain is Btopping,
and asked for something to cat. IIo
said that he had escaped from a
whaler by jumping overboard, and
was nearly dead with hunger. It
is believed that all three reached
shore, but the others have not yet
DEPARTURE OF THE QUEEN.
Queen Kapiolani and attendants,
and the two princes departed for
Kailua by the steamer V. G. Hall
this morning. The Hawaiian Band
was in attendance and made the air
vibrato with melodious tunes. The
Boyal party arrived at lo minutes
to eleven, in the state carriage. A
passage way was opened for the
Queen, who ascended the gang
plank with agility, bowing to the
right and left, while the Band play
ed Hawaii Ponoi and chanted in
reverence. Bunches of flowers were
thrown at the steamer as it glided
past the dock, and shouts of aloha
TAVERNjER AT WORK.
Mr. Jules Tavernicr and his pupil,
associate, Mr. J. N. Robinson, are
at the Hoaeae Ranch, Evra, where
they intend remaining for a day or
two. In addition to the completion
of his many orders, Mr. Tavernier
will endeavor to bring with him on
his return studies of the most inte
resting views of the very picturesque
scenery in the vicinity of the ranch,
while Mr. Robinson's progress in
oils has been so rapid that his
friends may look forward with con
fidence to some very excellent work
in the near future. Tavernier may
also present for public inspection
and criticism some landscapes and
figures recalling his past work on
the plains and in California.
AT SEA ON A LADDER.
Word was received from tho
whaler Sea Breeze yesterday, that
she had picked up a Japanese sailor,
who had jumped overboard from the
bark Lady Harewood with a ladder.
The Lady Harewood, it may be re
membered, had trouble with her
Japanese crew shortly after her ar
rival here. Most of the crew were
arrested and locked up until the
vessel was ready to sail for Hong
kong, when the' were put on board.
This Jap was evidently determined
not to go, and it was very fortunate
for him that the Sea Breeze came
along as she did, for ho was about
to give up f i om sheer exhausion.
WEATHER REPORT FOR FEBRUARY.
AT 0 A. 31. LOCAL TIMK.
Means for mouth.
Thermometer, dry bulb 70.8
wet " 7M
J)cw point IW.3
Elastic force of aqueous vapor 030
Relative humidity C8
AT 0 V. M. I.OOAI, TIMK.
Tcmpcratuie ,. 73,7
Elastic force of uijiu'ouh vapor
Maximum teiuperatuio. ,
Rainfall , 11
KXTiir.MKs roit MOKlll.
Highest corii-cted Har. reading, '.10.18a
on thu 18th at Oy. jj.
Lowcot corrected 11 ir, leading, J."J.720
on tho 4th at!) a. si.
Highest teiuperatuio hi shade, SG.fi
on thu 1st.
Lowest temperature In shade, fiU.U on
Greatest daily rainfall, 0,080 Inches
on tho 27th.
II, O. AUAMS.
& Misses' Shoes,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
DEPARTURE OF THE AUSTRALIA.
The S. S. Australia sailed for
San Francisco this noou, Inking a
goodly number of Honolulu people,
soino going, probably, forever and
some on a visit. The wharf was
open to the public, but only those
who were going away could board the
steamer. The band was outside of
1 he wharf on the seaward end play
ing popular airs. The wharf was
pretty well thronged with people,
but tlicro was not as many as would
have been if it had been generally
known that the wharf was open.
The floral decorations were profuse.
The steamer got away shortly after
12 o'clock without going through
tho sport of hauling n late passenger
TO FORGIVE IS DIVINE.
Mr. V. II. Hayselden, who de
parted by tho S. S. Australia to
day, shook hands good-bye with tho
man (V. V. Ashford), who made
him a prisoner during the ' revolu
tion, had him guarded by an armed
patrol, and afterwards lodged in
TELEPHONES AND PHOTOGRAPHY.
Mr. J. YV. Pratt, Superintendent
of the Mutual Telephone Co., left
by tho steamer Vv. G. Hall this
morning, to put up a line of telephone
wirc3 and several instruments at
Kailua, Hawaii, for the King. As
the steamer was leaving the wharf,
Mr. Pratt, with a detective camera,
took several photographs of the scene
of the wharf. This is the (irst time
Mr. Pratt has been off this Island
for four years, and he said lie would
try the faith racket to prevent sea
sickness, and if it failed he would,
of course, by faith bo sick.
Tho Pioneer Steam Candy factory
does not soil (imported) Stale Choco
late Creams for home-made, but its
own fiesh and superior article made
by F. HoitN, the only Piaclical Con
fectioner in Honolulu, whose Chal
lenge his would-be competitor dare
not accept. ' 82
DANIEL T. TRUE.
of Daniel T. True,
which occurred yesterday at his
residence, Palama, icmovcs another
of the old and respected residents of
Honolulu, to. that bourne whence no
Mr. True was born in Boston,
JMass., in 18Uj, ami was conse
quently in his 83d year when he
died. He came to this country in
182G, and for three or four years
was employed in whaling. He sub
sequently settled in Honolulu and
worked at his tiadc, that of ship
caulker, until about 4 years ago.
During all this time lie never left
the islands but once, that was in
18C0, when lie took charge of a lot
of mules shipped by the Hon. J. 1.
Dowsett on board the ship "Ben
Rush," to Victoria, B. C. From
Victoria he went to the Caribou
mines, which at that time were at
tracting attention all over the world.
Not liking the surroundings of a
life in a mining camp, he made his
way to California, and from there
came back here. With this excep
tion, he has lived hero continuously
for 58 years.'
He has been a steady hard work
ing man all his life, and commanded
the respect and esteem of all with
whom he came in contact.
He was noted as a most eccentric
man, his cccentiicitics often placing
him in the most ludicrous position.
At one time he made two colllns,ouc
for his wife, and the other for his
wife's sister, and told them if they
died first, they were provided for,
and if he died first, for them not to
bother about him, as his haolo
friends would see that he had a nice
Ho was married many j'cars ago
to a native woman who died in 1880.
There were no children by this mar
riage, but an adopted daughter
(Mrs. Fcary) survives him.
ILLUSTRATIONS IN SCMBNER'S.
An illustrated article on Vol
canoes by N. H. Shaler, in Scrih
ncr's Magazine for February, 1888,
is very misleading. Aside from the
misnaming of tho illustrations-), a
fraud has been perpetrated on the
publishers by attributing the
sketches to various artists, not one
of whom could possibly have known
anything concerning the subjects.
On pago 205, the illustration of a
crater in tho Sandwich Islands at
the cud of an eruption, tho lava still
throwing off steam, is a reproduction
from a photograph by Mr. J. J.
Williams, of Honolulu, and icprc
scnls the collapse of March, 1881!.
On pago 212 is an illustration
showing a volcanic cone, also the
aspect of crater walls and floor,
after the surface has been covered
by .vegetation. This appears as an
original sketch by J. D, Woodward,
while in fact it is a repioditction
from a photograph taken by Mr,
Williams in September, 18811, and
represents the crater of Kilauea
iki, the lloor of which is a dense
hard lava culled pahochoo, and upon
which no vegetation of any kind
On pago 213 is a representation
of a rent in the eaitli from which
sulphurous vapors attendant on an
lioolc nt tho J'lno Line of
Tho Arcado-EGAN &
eruption, have escaped; partly
covered by tropical vegetation.
This in also a reproduction from a
photograph by Mr. Williams, of a
deep hole on the right of the path
leading into tho crater of Kllauea.
Steam was never known to issue
from this hole, and the conditions
are the same now as when Kilauea
was first discovered.
On page 215 is a crater in the
Sandwich Islands at the close of an
eruption, showing lava terraces and
stratified nature of cone. This is
not a cone, but a view in Kilauea
after the collapse of 188G, and is a
reproduction from a photograph bv
Page 21 G is occupied by a repre
sentation of a lake of lava in the
Sandwich Islands, shoiyuig deposits
of very fluid lava. This is also in
correct; the illustration is f i om a
photograph by Williams, and repre
sents the new lake Kilauea, and oil
tho right is shown a floating island.
The picture was taken when the
lava was in a congealed state.
Page 217 contains an illustration
of the bed of a lava stream, showing
tho form taken by partly cooled lava.
Note tho "roping" in the lava.
This represents tho end of tho lava
stream (lining the eruption of
1880-1 and is a reproduction from a
photograph by Williams. Roping
lava is not represented in this pic
ture, nor docs it represent partly
cooled lava, but cold lava.
On pages 218 and 210 are repre
sentations of rivulets of lava pouring
into the sea and signed as original
sketches by F. D. This is not so';
these aro reproductions from photo
graphs by M. Dickson of lava flow
of 1880-1, and represent lava flow
ing into a water hole GO x 90 feet,
at a point about eight miles inland
from the town of Ililo.
On page 220 is a wide lava stream
at point of egress showing very fluid
condition, with escaping steam.
This is also from a photograph bv
Williams, and represents a general
view of Kilauea, showing floor of the
On pago 224 is au illustration
showing where the lava flowed
through a forest. This is also a re
production from a photograph by
Williams in 1883, representing the
eruption of Kilauea iki in 18G8.
The figure on tho right of the pic
ture is C. Furneaux; the photo
graph was taken at his suggestion.
This was a quick eruption, not sulli
cicnt to destroy trees. It must have
been a grand spurt of highly liquid
This reminds one of an incident
in Prof. Agassiz's teaching, when he
asked the question, What is a crab?
The student replied that the crab
was an insect, was red all over, and
walked backwards. Tho Professor
paused a moment, then said, "A
crab is not an insect, is not red all
over, nor docs it walk backwards ;
witli these exceptions your definition
may be considered very good."
LIVELY GIRLS OF LONG AGO.
A woman of New York, formerly
a resident of St. Louis, where, how
ever, she has been hut for short pe
riods at long intervals for many
years past, during a recent visit
made some observations involving
comparisons between the modes and
manners in fashionable society now
and "in her time" that, being com
plimentary in many respects to ex
isting society, may be repeated.
"I have spent two or three days "en
famillo" at the homes of a number
of my old friends during this visit
to St. Louis," she remarked, "and
I can hut admit that there has been
a great growth and advancement in
all the amenities of social life, and
especially the home life in those
very families, since my girlhood.
Especially are its results noticeable
in tho manners of' the young men.
We women must acknowledge to
ourselves, even if we do not pro
claim it aloud, that we arc treated
by men exactly as wo elect to bo
treated. If women in good society
hold lux ideas and talk in "double
entendre," they need not expect
tho men who surround them
to bo chivalrous and deferen
tial in manner. In 1113' young days
"double entendre" was much in
dulged in, and, indeed, thought an
accomplishment by many of the
reigning belles of the highest circle
you know there was really only
the upper and lowct set in St. Louis
society in those days and tho
young men, of course, held their
own in such conversation, and natu
rally in Hie battledoro and shuttle
cock of that kind of wordy game,
hit often harder than thoy were
struck. Wino flowed freely to
quicken the tide of talk ; tho girls
touched glasses with tho young men
anil drank to toasts that often
launched license and sometimes cn
gcudcicd demoralization. Alas) it
it is easy for some of us of that
time to recall tho fact that too often
a bounty cf the ball-room reeled in
the waltz and had to bo carried by
her partner to a sofa in tho alcovo
or bay-window, and tho story got
abroad of how one great hello, at a
supper, jumped on tho table and
danced a faruudole, whicii the men
applauded with clinking glasses and
peals of laughter. Another belle
allowed an olllcer of the army to
toast her in Madeira drunk from
her fairy-liko slipper, and when
dancing was dono gave him tho
slipper 9 a, souvenir of tho ball,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Vests.
and though he kept it under a glass
case he as often told his story as ho
changed his quarters. Believe nie,
table manners are an important
factor in good morals, and I have
been charmed by the spirit of the
home life, especially the courtesy
and deference shown to their moth
ers and sisters by the sons of the
families in which I have visited,
and it has been chiefly at table that
I have met the young men of the
house. The spirit of tho mother
the housewife reigns at tho table
more than over any other ono place
in the home and the visitor at the
house where tho boiis, quite as
much as the daughters, bring the
grace of good manners to the table,
at once accords credit to tho moth
ers of the family for the best under
standing and practice of the ameni
ties of home. St. Louis Repub
lican. A mutiny occurred on the Ameri
can whale ship John and Winthrop,
off East Cape. Eight men went aft
and secured the cabin doors, so that
the officers could not get out. They
then cut all the boats adrift, and
boarding one of llicm put to sea.
After these men were gone, the re
mainder of the crew released thoolll
cersjinade sail on the ship, and pursu
ed the mutineers. They camo upon
them and demanded their surrender,
No heed being paid to the demand,
they wcro fired into, when they
down sail and surrendered. They
were taken on board and put in
irons, after which some received enc
dozen, an some two dozen lashes.
CHAS. J. FISH EL has received
ex Australia the latest stjle of
ladles untrinuncd hats, also a Hue line
of children's leghorn hats hi diffcient
shapes. Call and gee them. 8" lw
riET SOME Genuine OUlfashloned
VA Uutterscotcu Candv, at thu new
Liuiuy b actory I
fESSRS. DODD & MILLER
UX hiiye just reeuived ex Aushulia
nnotlier lot of 'hut " PHILADELPHIA
LA.GEK BEER" in kegs, which they
are oucring 10 their customers. 83 lw
I7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
niit ticams 1 educed to UO cents
per whole pound, at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factoiy and Hakery, Hotel, be
tween Xiuinim and 1'ort sti ects. 7 1
T7RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
X colato ami Cocoauut Caramels le
diiccd to 30 cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factoiy and
Bakery, Hotel, between Kuiunu and
Fort streets. 71
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Chocolate Creams (de
licious) reduced to 110 cents per whole
pound, at the 1'ionkck Steam CAMir
Kactoiiv And Bakekv, JIoti:l, kk-
IWKKN NlIUANU AND FOKT TllUETS.
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL forma Port. Madeiui and Malaga,
for sale in keg and caes by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Krai of Lucus' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
j rooms, No. 4 Caiduti Lnnv, tlie
second door fiom Union street. Apply
oa th premise1?. 1 tf
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will be gratefully rcceiv
cil for lliu use of thu inmates of tho
IiMiich Hospital for Lepers at ICakaako,
or at the .Leper bpttlmcnt on MoloUai,
if left with J. T. Waicrhotise, jr., at tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
MISS. P. TIIIEIiE,
On Ucretania btreet near 1'iikol.
(Formerly McGiilro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Dally & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Mtibic Lessons given.
A safe conveyunco will cull for and re
turn children living nt a dUtauce.
72 Jluiuul Telephone No. 504. Sin
jijht iti:t:r.ivi:i at
SOPER'S Book & News Depot,
GIASKEU'S Compendium of Social,
r l.cal, Educational and Commer
HILL'S Manual of .Social and llusi
CHARLES DICKEN'S Wuik-complete
In 15 Vole cloth.
SCOTT'S Waverlv Novels complete hi
1-2 Vols. cloth.
HOUSEHOLD EDITI0N Cooper'u Sea
BHYANT & STRATT0N High School
TtTHITTAKER'S Almanac for 1888.
rpENNETT'S Nautical Almanac for 18S8.
rpHIRD EDITION lteed'8 Standaid In
JL fautry Tactlce.
nPHE FAVORITE' Ovciland Mall Note
"I ADIES Imperial Aitirflc Stationary.
LETTER and Note Kle Favorite Blotter
Writing Tablets (neat).
T ATEST No cities
In Fancy l'en
copies No, 'J
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
JUST ltECElVlSl) A
MEN LAWNS IN
Mia Linou ai Embroil Swisses,
ML BrocaM SI at Low Prices.
NEW I Ml'OliTATION
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
Dupec Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs Pork, Smoked Ilalihut, Extra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Brown Bread, Table Fruits, Germea,
IIuckiiiH & Franco American Cecil Co.'s As.sort'd Soaps,
Ridges Food, Imperial Granuni, Roiled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Wafers, Chocolate Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes,
Dates, Nuts, Apples, French Peas, Pop Corn, Garden Seeds,
Wheat, Flour, Butter, Honey, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
And a General Assor't of Staple & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times.
tSF" Leave your orders, or ring up 119. iH
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 all and every branch of
OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY,
Of all sizes, always on hand or made to order and orna
mented in tho highest artistic style, defying' all
other production in Honolulu.
ScsHonolulu: Hotel St. bet. Fort&Nuuanu; both Telephones Ho. 74551
msr ONLY PURE "l
Made of the colebraled CREAM of the "Woodlawn Dairy,
sold at the great reduced price of
S2.00! S2.00! S2.00! SS.OO! SS.OO!
PER GALLON-HONEST MEASURE
CAKE, AND ISllISAD BAKERY,"
3LUrJ?lK I IX-X JS ij 1SG3.
SS5rAs some evil disposed persons who ar openly boast
ing of the intention of ruining my business and villanously
falsefying my GOODS and ICE CREAM I will forfeit
$100 to any person who Avill prove by analysis that my
ICE CREAM, is not strictly pure although sold cheaper
than anywhere else.
: aar BEWARE OF FALSE REPRESENTATIONS -tsa
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornamenter
13oth Telephones No. 74. Hotel St. bet. IJuuanu & Fort St
NEW DESIGNS !
Torciong Laces I
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
- -jr .".