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A Few More
Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
For 81.0O. At
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
WEDNESDAY, MAUC1I M, 1888.
., , 1( ARRIVALS.
Mm oh ll
Hk Soiionm San Diego
Stmr Surprise for Kimu
Schr Oftterlua from llnnnlcl
Schr Mol Wnhluo for Ilnmnluia
Schr Kultuiiiiuu for lluhiwa
Schr Liholllio for Kauai
Sclir Kaulllun for Kiuial
SchrlCawallaul for Koolntt
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Surprise for Uawnll
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Surprlso 454G bag sugar (207 tons).
For San Francisco, per 8 S Australia,
Mar 13 J II Ehlcrs, L Biavcnnnn ami
wife, XV Orcnforil and son, Horace
Crabbe nud wife, Mrs XV A Dowcn and
child, Miss N M Lowery, 1' L Stoltz mill
Wife, II N Crabbe and wife, Mrs Ciipl
Julllnrd, Mrs Capt Shockley and child,
Mrs D 1' l'ctcrsou, J M tass and wife,
Hon A Young, wife and 8 children, 11
Bcnokc, S F Alexander and wife. Dr .f
V Noyes, W 0 Atwater and wife,' Miss
M Alexander, J Kuuaa. J A llcrtraui,
AHssEAWnll, II F Ilayscldeu, wife
and C ehlldrcu, Mrs M Louieson, Hon
11 A V idemaun, Mrs Turton. Miss E
Turton,T Lucas, Mrs GW Wilfong, It
It Hind, wife and daughter, Henry
Hart, Edwin Unit, Miss S V Hall, XV E
Itowell, C J McCaithy. STEnitAor.
J Uryant aud wife, .J M ornev, W
Cuiiningliani, A Jeuks, E XV Wiitsbu, F
Terry, wife and 8 children, A Hubash,
EShoultz, II Wancn, D McCarthy, A
Lochmau, A Itobluson, Mis J W Carter
and C children, A A Clayton, XV Jlur
phy, W Campbell, P Hesser, A E IJob
crts, 3 Japs, 1 Chluauiau, and 107 Portu
guese. For Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, March
13 Lord Parlrymple, Mr and Mrs Sin
clair, Mrs Robinson, Miss E flay, 0 M
Cooke, It P Isciiberg, E Kopke, Kev
Father Leonore, Miss Dushalsky, Mr
Ewart, It Coltou and about -10 deck.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Gorgeous weather at Waialua and
The wind blow gtcat guns at Kunu
Go to Mr. C. J. McCarthy's for a
nice "milk shako" drink.
The steam whaler Eelvidcre was
reported 15 miles East at 3 o'clock
this p. m.
A bay horse has been found which
tho owner can havo by applying at
tho Bay Horse Saloon.
Mr. N. F. Burgess is prepared to
remove rubbish from all parts of tho
town at reasonable rates.
A nice furnished cottage is to let
on Kinau street. Messrs. J. E.
Brown & Co. arc agents.
In Mr. Howctt's novel window may
ho seen a novel Bight of new novels
arranged in novel form.
The "Parmalee's quaiantine club"
was phothgraphed by Mr. Jas. Wil
liams this afternoon.
A tall, slender half-white gave an
interesting acrobatic exhibition whilo
riding a bicycle, on Merchant street,
Mr. W. It. Lawrence is acting Su
perintendent of Public Works during
the absence of the regular incum
bent. II. i. ... --m .
Nobody for tho preseet, will be ap
pointed to tho place in tho Station
House just vacated by Mr. Horaco
The whaler Abraham Backus ar
rived off port this morning, with 200
barrels of sperm oil. She will enter
and discharge her oil.
, . m .
Captain Larson aud 5 men went
out at 3 o'clock this afternoon to tho
whaler John, P. West, to arrest tho
ring leaders'of a mutinous crow.
A pleasant party and danco wcro
given by Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Brown,
at their residence, Waikiki, last oven
ing, in honor of Mrs. Andrew Mooro,
of Paauhau, Hawaii.
The Honolulu Firo Department
are notified to meet at tho Boll
Tower on Tliursdayvening to tako
action on the proposed amcudmont
to the Dopartmont Constitution.
Captain MoKonna, ono of tho
quarantined whaling captains on the
Northern Light, was capsized yester
day afternoon, whilo taking a boat
sail at sea. It took four boats fully
manned to rescue tho captain and
Dr. L. F. Aharoz, a Spanish gontlo
man who arrived horo by tho S. S.
Australia, a week ago last Tuesday,
has boon appointed Government
Physician for Waianao, and after his
rolcaso fiom quarantino to-morrow
ho will dopart for his station by tho
'jniQuqu mistake tho names ol
G. W. Macfarlaijo, W, H. Luce and
F. II, Hayseldoii, woro on tho Police
Court calendar this morning, as
though to bo tried in that Court.
They were not called, however, and
the Doputy Marshal, on being ques
tioned about it, said It was a mis
take PHE DAILY BULLETIN -Tho
L most popular paper published,
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If yon want n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
Go to -
The Aroado-EGAM & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Relieioiis" services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral and tho Central Union
Church, at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho Myrtle Boat Club will meet
at their boathousc, at 7 :30.
The regular monthly meeting of
theY. M. C. A., at their hall, at
Tho Hawaiian Maud will play at
the Queen's Hospital, from 3 to 5
o'clock p. m. The public aio cor
Meeting of tho several firo com
panies, at the Hell Tower, 7 o'clock
p. in., for action on tho proposed
amendment of Aiticle 21 of the Con
stitution. A mketino oi tho W. C T. U. will
bo held at 2:30 o'clock, in tho parlors
of tho Y. M. C. A.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
B- LEWIS .1. LEVEY.
Regular Cash Sale, at salesroom,
at 10 o'clock a. m. Dry goods and
Alaska hei rings will be offered.
A Special Sale at 12 o'clock noon,
at the same place, of bran and New
The Minister of Interior notifies
that foity lots havo been sot apart
for purchase under the Homestead
Act, in the vicinity of Kaapahu,
llamakua, ' Hawaii. Maps- of the
lots may be soon at the Land Oillce,
Honolulu, and any needed informa
tion procured. So also at the oillce
of Mr. J. R. Mills, Honokaa, llama
Tho Pioneer Steam Candy factory
does not sell (impoited) Stalo Choco
late Creams for home-made, but its
own fresh and supeiior aiticle made
by F. Horn, tho only Practical Con
fectioner in Honolulu, whoso Chal
lenge his would-be competitor dare
not accept. 82
For. a cool, delicious beverage, try
C. J. McCarthy's Milk Shake.
The case of smallpox that arrived
here on the whaler Hunter (noted in
the Bulletin a few days ago) turns
out to be a very violent case. The
patient has been isolated in a cot
tage on the reef, and is attended by
a man who neither attends nor ap
proaches any one else. The food
for the two (the patient and nurse),
is deposited about 23 yiwAa from the
house by a person advancing from
windward, and is afterwards picked
up by the nurse.
Frederick Belain, a boat-steerer
of the Mars, who with a ship
mate, was afflicted with smallpox,
and quarantined, will be sent to the
Queen's Hospital to spend his last
days. Bclain's mate became well,
and was returned to his ship in the
middle of February, but Belain,
though recovered from smallpox, is
sinking with consumption, and waitts
to be sent to the Hospital. He is a
Pedcrson, the sailor of the Irwin,
who broke out with smallpox when
the vessel was last here, will be dis
charged this afternoon, after another
cetemony of disinfection.
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A NEW INDUSTRY.
"So," said Mr. .Tokcalittle to a
Government Official, yesterday, "wc
have branched oiit in a new in
dustry." G. O. What's that?
Jokealittlc Exporting crabs to
G. O. Ohgetout! (he turned to
walk away, but an idea striking him
he wheeled about and said), Why,
you old goose, somebody's been
stuillng you. The crabs in San
Francisco market are as big around
as your hat, while the largest here
arc no bigger tliau your hand.
Jokealittlc But those export
crabs are over live feet long, aud
have young ones from two feet up
wards, to nearly six feet. (G. Ov
was lookjug daggers at him). I
hope tho venture will turn out suc
cessful. G. O., (still looking hard) What
do you mean by crab3 5 feet long?
Jokenlittle Why, Mr. Horace
Crabbe and family. (Tableaux).
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
THE CONSPIRACY CASH.
The cases against Mr. G. W.
Macfarlnne and Mr. W. S. Luco,
for conspiracy, were opened this
morning in the Supreme Court In
Chambers, Judd, C. J., presiding.
Messrs. Whiting, Hartwell, and
Hatch appeared for AY. S. Luce'; and
Messrs. Neuiuauu aud Hatch for G,
Mr. Whiting Btated that Mr, Luce
could not he tried until he had been
notified to appeur. lie asked for
the warrant to be produced. When
produced it was found that the
document stated, that the body of
tho said W, S, Luce was to bo
brought beforo.thc Court on the
day of March. He also raised the
question as to tho legality of tho
search warrant. Tho search war-
l rant does not state that the body of
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Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
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Mr. Luce shall be produced in Court,
and Mr, Luce cannot bo brought be
fore tho Court until he has been
notified to appear.
Mr. Hatch, for defendant, moved
that the prisoner bo released,
as there was no date on the warrant,
and in consequence was informal.
The Attorney-General argued that
the warrant was legal, and the in
structions to the Marshal contained
In the warrant, were, that ho should
arrest the said W. S. Luce, and
biing him before the Court on the
day of Match, (date to be filled
in after (he arrest was made), pro
vided ho could be found.
Mr. Hatch stated that the accused
was not in the custody of the Mar
shal, as ho was under bonds to ap
pear, and that he had not yet been
notified to appear.
Tho Judge allowed the point taken
by the nttornyg for the defriise, that
tho date should have been (Hied in.
He said although thero was a ser
ious omission in the warrant, the
law states that tho "Marshal must
produce the body within -18 hours."
He also said that lie did not under
stand the motion.
Mr. Hatch stated that the motion
was, to dismiss the complaint, as
tho warrant is illegal and cannot be
carried out. The Judge stated that
if Mr. Luce did not appear, ho
could not be made to do so on that
warrant, but on the other hand he
did not sec how he could dismiss the
case unless the defendant was pres
ent. He thought that an amendment
could be made to the warrant. The
Deputy Attorney-General then
moved to insert in the blank space,
"14th day of March at 1 r. M."
which the Judge allowed.
In the matter of the search war
rant, issued to bo returnable forth
with, whereby the books of the de
fendant were' seized, Mr. Hartwell,
attorney for the defense, moved to
have it quashed as it was illegal and
Tho Attorney-General stated that
if the Com t should decide to quash
the warrant, before return was made,
he would ask for time until 1 i si.
in order to prepare an argument, as
this is a novel case, no such case
ever having been brought before the
Courts of this Kingdom before.
Mr. Hartwell stated that no statute
on the statute books, nor any article
of the Constitution, authorizes the
procuring of evidence from a man
to be used against himself. Ho then
read the law in legard to search
warrants. He also stated that the
warrant was defective in other res
pects, as it states, all blotters,
ledgers, cash books., etc., in the
possession of defendant during a
certain month, and not a specific
order for books containing cdrtain
Mr. Whiting asked that the books
seized under the warrant, be pro
duced in Court, and there held in
the custody of the Court until the
case is decided. He stated as his
reason, that they were the private
records of a man m business, and
included books not called for in the
The Judge decided that the books
were safe in the custody of the Mar
shal, and that they could not bo ex
amined bj' any ono until brought
before the Court as evidence. The
case was then continued until 1
The case against Mr. G. W. Mac
farlanc was then called. The Attorney-General
produced the var
iant, but the Court asked him if he
wished to have two trials, as the co
defendant (Mr. Hayselden), would
not appear for trial until next month.
Mr. Neumann said that as one of
tho attorneys for the defendants, he
was ready for trial, and asked the
Court to proceed.
The Attorney-General then offer
ed an amendment to tho complaint
which Mr. Hatch for the defense,
objected to, and said that tho de
fendant should be charged with the
complaint first sworn to, and no
other. Mr. Mncfailane is here ready
to stand trial for the offense for
which he was arrested. The Attorney-General
argued that a warrant
need not be specific ; it was only
necessary for it to bo explicit
enough to warrant the officer to
make the arrest.
The Court ruled that specifica
tions could be made orally or in
writing, and need not be contained
in the warrant. A warrant of arrest
was not an indictment.
Mr. Hatch slated that as His
Honor had overruled his objections,
he would say thatlhe general charge
of conspiracy did not constitute an
offense; it must be specified in what
way a conspiracy had hcen com
mitttcd. The Attorney-General then read
the charges in this particular case,
which were in substance, that a cer
tain day in October last, Mr. Hay
selden did procure from His Ma
jesty the King, Jiis signature to cer
tain orders on tho Custom lloitso,
for liquors, aud that tho said Iluy-
seldcn did give to tho said Macfar
latie, the said papers signed by tho
King, to be filled out by tho said
Maofarlaiic, in Older to cheat, and
defraud the Govcriiinont out of cer
tain duties on said liquors, and that
the snid Maofarlaiic did fill out the
said blank orders, and obtained
from the Custom House on said or
ders, liquors, tho duty on which
would have amounted to $1,741). 35,
obtensibly for tho privnlo use and
IiDOlc nt (lie Fine I.lno of
Tho Arcade EGAN & CO.
consumption of His Majesty, but
really to cheat and defraud the Gov
ernment, and that tho said G. W.
Maefarlano did order to have placed
to the credit of If. II. Hayselden,
the sum of 61,7411.05, that amount
being due the said G. W. Maefar
lano by tho said F. II. Haysnldcn
on that date, thereby def lauding
and cheating the Government out of
the said sum of S4,7 llU.'i.
After hearing the cluugcs read,
tho Court allowed the defendant un
til 1 v. si. to plead to the charge.
NEW Y0RIC GOSSIP.
A young man with a head of light
wavy hair and a clear-cut profile
passed rapidly into the Erie Kail
road oillce yesterday evening. It
was Carroll Tilton, son of the fa
mous editor and pout of years
agone, and one of the principal fea
tures in the great Becclicr scandal.
He is the imago of the father, and
like him, too, is given to writing.
He is an expert stenographer and
typewriter, and is employed as a
secretary of tho Erie Company, lie
is a very Bteady and intelligent
young man, and spends all his time
attending to his own business. Tho
question is often asked, "What has
become of Mrs. Tilton?" Without
in any way seeking to tear open the
great wound afresh, I may 803- that
she is living quietly with her mother
and two sons on Pacific street,
Brooklyn. She has never been in
want, as so many persons have been
led to believe. Mis. Mnrce, her
mother, is wealthy, and her beauti
ful homo has been her daughter's
abiding-place during the great trial.
Kalph Tilton, her second son. is a
go-ahead young fellow, and is em
ployed in a commercial house. Her
two daughters are married and have
children of their own.
And Theodore? Where is he?
In Paris. A frequenter of the
cafes and boulevards, a prematurely
old man without money or friends,
an exile from his own land, a verita
ble wandering minstrel, for his own
once gifted pen is still employed in
verse writing, although little of it
finds its way into print.
While writing about the Tiltons
what is more natural than to men
tion the Ucechers?
The son and widow of the great
divine arc now busy reading and
editing the proof-sheets of his auto
biography. This book will be issued
in a few weeks, and I am able to
announce by the authority of the
publisher it will contain tho first
sermon ever written by lJcechcr,
and also of the'great trial written
by jiimself. Mrs. Bcechcr is still in
doubt about giving the latter to the
publisher during her 'lifetime. The
manuscript has been in the hands of
the printers three times and three
times recalled by Mrs. Beechcr.
Colonel Beechcr, her son, how'evcr,
says that his mother will finally de
cide to have the repoit published.
N. Y. Corr. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Naples is a pretty good town to
stand off and look at from tho bay.
It is located on the brow of a hill,
extending from the Costcllo del Oro
to the top of the Capodimonte, and
ranged around the semi-circular
hills as it is, it reminds mc forcibly
of Toinpkinsville, Staten Island.
The newer streets of Naples are
quite pretty and extend several
miles out boyond tho town, like
those of Fargo, D. T., where side
walks several hundred miles in ex
tent were built at the expense of the
county. In this way Fargo had
sidewalks that extended for miles
in every direction through the
neighboring farms, and the county
paid for them. Fargo has been
striving ever since to live up to her
sidewalks. Aside from this there
is little similaiitj- between Naples
and Fargo. The old streets of
Naples aio narrow and crooked, and
the houses are so high that a ripe
pomegranate dropped from the roof
on the pug hat of a passing tourist
is permanently impaired and the hat
Neapolitan people formerly used
the Toledo, a street now called the
Koma, for a kitchen, dicssing-room,
bath-room, front hall and storm
door. Here they ate, drank, slept,
dressed and undressed their chil
dren, washed, ironed, quarreled,
sang, starved, begged, died, roasted
chestnuts and piepared their maca
roni and lazzuroni for the American
Naples claimed to be the leading
luzzaroni vineyard of tho world. We
try to imitate her in New York, but
wo fail. Wo have poverty enough
in New York and lluent, extempor
aneous beggars as well as more or
less disease, but wo have not been
able p far to unito our poveity and
disease in such a way to success
fully imitate the pioltiresqiiu hiz.a
roni of the East. Our poor people
in America arc too robust and our
invalids aro too many of thoin
wealthy. So long as it is that way
Europe and Asia will do our lazza
roni business in spite of all we can
do to prevent it.
Wo can get up a fair specimen to
look at, but it locks ago and the air
of travel, as well as the pleasing
malformations peculiar to tho lazzu
roni bijouterie of the Old World. I
sometimes think that tho reason
Naples so long retained her suprem
acy over other cities in this line was
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Vests.
largely duo to tho stimulation re
sulting from the close competition
between Vesuvius and the local
talent of the lazzaroni in the matter
of eruptions. Naples was at one
lime the county seat of a duke
dom, but there was no call
for a dukedom in that part of the
country and so it was succeeded by
a dynasty. The Suabiati dynasty
was successful aud made money
rapidly. There was a good deal of
suffering among the poor people,
but the dynasty did well and ac
cumulated considerable property.
When Charles HI entered Naples
in 1731 ho is said to have found
00,000 thieves. They had stolen
everything but Vesuvius, ond wcro
getting 30,000 pairs of sheet-iron
mittens made when Charles entered
the city. In 18G0 Gaiibaldi entered
the city, and later on Naples was
annexed to tho Constitutional King
dom of Victor Emmanuel. It has
improved a good deal since. It
overlooks the Bay of Naples, and is
supported by people who come here
to sec Vesuvius vomit fire, smoke
and melted matter called lava.
Bill Nye in N. Y. World.
Stranger (to Kansas City nnd
real estate owner) -'What's that
corner lot worth by the foot?" Ileal
estate owner (in a hush tone of
voice) 'Groat heavens, stranger,
you don't s'pose I'd sell a lot like
that by the foot? Why that lot goes
by the inch!"
CHAS. J. FISH EL has received
es Australia the latest tyle of
ladles uutilmmud hatH, also a line line
of children's leghorn hats hi diffeicnt
shapes. Call and tee them. 87 lw
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S3?As some evil disposed persons who aro openly boast
ing of the intention of ruining my business and villanously
falsefying my GOODS and ICE OKEAM I will forfeit
$100 to any person who will prove by analysis that my
ICE CREAM is not strictly pure although sold cheaper
than anywhere- else.
j b-' BEWARE ' OF ' FALSE BEPRESENTIONS '-a :
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornamenter
Both Telephones Ko. 74. Hotel St. bet. STumum & Forb St
- v 70 lm
NEW DESIGNS !