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A fr'o' More
Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
I'or 81.00. At
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
If you wnut n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Vests,
i.Ook nt tho tMn o tints of
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
A l?lnc Lino of
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
FRIDAY, MARCH 1G, 1888.
Uk Martha Davis from Boston
Strar Kinau from Windward potti
Schr Luka from Koholalulc
Brit blc irarncn, 127 days from Liver
pool Schr Mary from Hawaii
Fiom windward ports pcrS S Kinau,
Jlur 1G J K Kuull.i, wife and child F
Spencer, S B Wllsou, Mrs W Hcrlowitz,
Mrs E "Ward, K 11 Atkins, Hcv A O
Foibes, Hon 11 Laws, W II Cornwall.
Hon Jos Campbell, ICla Nnbaolcltu anil
son, Miss Knmeaalolm, Mlsa Apua and
gargoesIrom island ports.
Kltian 8,2-11 bags sugar, 2 horses, fifi
bags spud?, 47 bags taio, 70 bdls
hides, 140 pkgs sutidiics.
The sailing of tho stcam-r Jas JIakcc
has been postponed until Monday.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tin: weather about Hawaii is good.
Hkavy weather is reported at sea.
S. 8. Alameda off Coco Head
3 :10 o'olobk this afternoon.
Tin: Kinau will go on the Marino
Railway to-morrow morning.
Jim Carthy's race hoi so which was
to have raced with Capt. Cluney's
horse to-day, is dead and buried.
Eain began to fall some time last
night, and tho weather has continued
idiowery throughout the day.
Tun muggy weather outside pre
vents Charlie, the Lookout, from
seeing a very great distance to sea.
The time for opening the bealed
tenders for the construction of an
engino house, is 12 o'clock noon, to
morrow. The sale of plants at the residence
of tho late Geo. Engclhaidt has been
postponed to Wednesday next, March
To-morrow, tho birthday unniyer
ary of Kamchanioha 111., will be ob
served as a Government holiday, and
Government offices will be closed.
Cavt. Cluncy, who has been ab
sent from his native country for 30
years, intends paying a visit there
shortly, and will leavo by tho S. N.
The iish-market people will ccle--brato
to-morrow by having a luau.
To-day they played games of whist,
the losing players paying l.f each to
wards the expenses of tho luau.
Mr. N. S. Sach invites special at
tention to his new embroideries of
all styles and descriptions, which ho
is offering at reasonable prices, at the
Popular Millinery House, 101 Fort
Mr. L.L. La Fiei re notifies the pub
lic that ho is a duly authorized garb
age collector, and in that capacity is
piepared to remove rubbish from
all parts of tho town at very low
Mr. F. A. Schaefer, executor of tho
will of tho late Loicnzo Marchant,
requests all persons having claims
against the cstato to presont tlem
within six months, and all persons
indebted to the estato to make im
Mr. Z. K. Myers has been trans
ferred to . the Money Order Depart
ment in tho Post Oille, to tho posi
tion recently vacated by Mr. A. W.
Carter, and Mr. Ernest Woilehouso
has been given tho position of general
delivery clerk, in placo of Mr. Myeis.
The steamer Lehua nearly struck
the capsized schooner (referred to in
tho Bulletin a few days ago) 10
miles off Kohala, last Tuesday. The
steamer did not stop to ascertain tho
name of the schooner, but proceeded
on her way.
The steamer Iwalani, which ar
rived yesterday evening, brought
nows of a fire at Paaubau, Hawaii,
last Monday. About 20 acres of cane
are said to have- boon burnt. Purser
Beckloy of tho ICinaii which arrived
this afternoon, knew nothing of tho
ffro until ho got hero.
The hearing of tho conspiracy caso
pf Mr. G. W. Macfarlane, befoio tho
Chief Justice as a Committing Magis
trate, occupied yesterday, Hub morn
ing, aiul is still on. Several witnesses
have testjfied. Tho testimony is with
held from publication at this stage,
hy request of the Court.
Mr. J. A. Cummins, who, a's well
as Kamphamclui III, vas born on
8t, Patrick's Day, will celubrato his
birthday annivojeary at Waimanalo
to.moirow, with music, dancing and
feasting. A largo party on lioise
bnck left at noon to-day for Waima
nalo, ond tho steamer Waimanalo
will take over another largo party to
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
IIV JAB. F. MOltOAN,
Several lots and a building on tho
Plains, at his sales room, at 12
For a cool, delicious bovoiago, tiy
. J. McCarthy's Milk Shake.
EVENTS THIS. EVENING.
Meeting of teachers of the Cen
tral Union Sunday School, at the
residenso of C. M. Cooke, at 7:30
Religious, services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, at 7 o'clock.
Prize shooting by the Hawaiian
Rille Association, at their range on
King stieet, commencing at 10
o'clock A. M.
LOST A BOAT.
When the S. S. Kinau arrived off
Molokai Point this morning, she
struck heavy weather. A huge soa
caught one of her boats, volucd at
8300, and carried it away. The
boat was picked up, but before it
could be taken aboard the Kinau it
was knocked to pieces and lost.
The Pioneer Steam Candy factory
docs not sell (imported) Stalo Choco
late Creams for hoine-madc, but its
own fiesh and superior articlu made
by F. Horn, the only Piaclical Con
fectioner in Honolulu, whose Chal
lenge his would-bo competitor dare
not accept. 82
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual Saturday evening enter
tainment will be given in the Y. M.
C. A. Hall at 7:130 to-monow even
ing. Tho public arc cordially in
vited. Following is the programme:
Piano Solo Miss Alice M. Loveqiic
Beading Miss Helen Chamberlain
Song Miss L. Dressier
Beading Bev. II. II. Gowen
Duet i '!'. - ?.0;'
. ..iiAiaa jui urn YlMllluil
. . .Bev. A. Ostrum
ARRIVAL OF THE MAflTH A.DAVIS.
A PASSENGER DIES AT SEA.
The bark Martha Davis left Bos
ton, Oct. 22d, 1887. and wns 37
days to the equator. Had little or no
N. E. tiades in the Atlantic. Was
28 days fiom the equator to 50 deg. S.
and 31 days from 50 deg. in the At
lantic to 50 dog. in the Pacific, with
no hard gales, and 30 days from 50
deg. to the equator in the Pacilie,and
from tbence to Honolulu had head
winds. Dec- 4th, signalised Eng
lish bark Antwerp from New York
to Buenos Ayres, -19 clays out.
Dec. 28th, signalised American ship
Altncda from Swansea to San Fran
cisco, -18 days out.
On Feb. 2Gth, our passenger, Mr.
E. Floyd, died of consumption,
after several months illness, and
was buried the next day in latitude
5 deg. S., longitude 11(5 W., Paci
T. M. Benson, Master.
Pursuant to an order the members
of the various firo companies assem
bled at the Bell Tower last night at
7 o'clock for taking action on the
proposed amendment to Ait. 21 of
the Department Constitution.
The proposed amendment was to
substitute tho words "Board of Re
presentatives," for "Active mem
bers of the Fire Department." The
Aiticle would then read, "No altera
tions or amendments shall be made
in this constitution, unless by a
concurrence of two-thirds of the
Board of Representatives of the
Honolulu Fire Dcpaitmcnt.
There wero 103 vote3 cast; MS
for the Article as it now stands. M
for the amendment, and J scatter
ing. J. lie votes of tho different
companies wero as follows: No. 1,
0; No. 2, 15; No. 1, M ; No. 5,
44; Pacific Hose, 18; Hook and
DEATH OF L. AII0L0.
Mr. Luther Aholo died this morn
ing, nt 8 o'clock, at the Pnlaina resi
dence of Princess Liliuokulaui.
Heart- diseaso was the cause of
The deceased came here from La
haina, Maul, some months ago, for
medical treatment, and has been
stopping at tho Princess's residence.
Ho had been in poor health for tho
last year or two.
The late Mr. Aholo was a nativo
Hawaiian, and n man of inoro than
average biains and ability. He
was at ono time, many years ago, a
teacher in tho Lahainaluim school.
After leaving that institution ho oc
cupied tho position of Governor's
clerk for the island of Maui, and
later did duty as tax assessor or
collector on tho same island. He
also practised as a lawyer. For
many years ho was a representative
for tho district of Lahaina in the
Legislature and was Vice-President
of tho Assembly' for several terms,
In the Ministiy immediately preced
ing tho present, Mr. Aholo' held tho
portfolio of tho Interior.
As befoio intimated, he was a
Hawaiian of utro mental capacity
and acquirements, and his decease
creates n blank that will bo hard to
fill. He was of a non-coiiiuiunica-livo
disposition, but was always dig
nified and gentlemanly,
The Pope on Saturduy
800 American pilgrims.
IIKFOIir. HICIvEUTON, ,7.
In re estato of Sarah Ann Morris,
late of Honolulu, Oaliu, deceased.
Petition of C. R. Bishop for Pro
bate of Will, etc. Ordered that
will be admitted to probate, that
letters testamentary bo issued to
petitioner, to act" under 81,500
bond: the usual notice to creditors,
J. A. Mngoon for petitioner.
At the meeting of the Debating
Club Inst night, Mr. Alex. Robert
son read an essay on "Reciprocity
and Pearl Harbor." Several mem
bers took part in the discussion
which followed, after which Mr.
Robertson ingeniously replied to tho
points raised by his critics. Tho
meeting terminated with a reading
by Mr. II. Adams and a recitation
by Mr. J. F. Smith. "Is the credit
system an evil in Honolulu?" was
announced as the subject of debate
for the next meeting.
Y. M. G. A.
The regular monthly mcetinc: of
the Y. M. C. A. was held last night,
President F. ,7. Lowcry, presiding.
The reports of the various com
mittees wero read and accepted.
The Hon. A. F. Judd reported that
the Hawaiian branch was in a very
flourishing condition and great in
terest was shown by the members,
especially in committee work.
The Treasurer's report showed an
excess of expenditures over receipts
of 65.75, which amount was made
good by a, collection. The report
also stated that the sum of S150,
would" be requited before tho end of
the fiscal 3?ear to meet all demands.
The matter was referred to the Fi
Messrs. W. A. Bowen, A. F.
Cooke and S. D. Fuller were ap
pointed a committee to nominate
otllcers for the next ensuing year
and to report at the annual meeting
to be held on the third Thursday of
WHO IS HE ANYHOW?
Editok Bum.ktix: Is it not pos
sible to find out who the "authority"
is who asserts that the Portuguese
come hither with the "premeditated
intention of serving only ono labor
contract on the plantations and then
leaving for the Pacific Coast." (See
Gazette 15th Maich.)
Give us his name?
Five drunks paid 25 into Judge
Dayton's strong box in the Police
Court this morning.
E. Doyle, charged with violating
an express rule, was nol pros'd.
J. W. Liming vs. J. K. Naonc
and L. Valentine, garnishee. As
sumpsit for S2G.50; continued to
Wang Chang Kce vs. Sun Hang
Hong. Judgment for plaintiff for
Quong Chai vs. Lee Chun, as
sumpsit for 8200, balance on note ;
A VAST UNDEVELOPEDTERniTORY
A lecture on this subject was de
livered last night at Exeter Hall by
Hugh Watt, M. P. Lord Brasscy,
iv. J. li. presided, and in introduc
ing the lecturer observed he had re
cently leturncd from a voyage, in
tho course of which he had circum
navigated the coasts of Australia.
He would not say that the northern
territory of South Australia was a
region very (It for colonization by
large numbers of our population,
but this was clear, that if wo could
develop the resources of those coun
tries, whether by tho labor' of men
of our own race or by the labor of
tropical races, we should produce
beneficial results for oursolvcs. If
we made those countries prosperous
and populous, wo increased the con
sumption of our manufactures and
promoted trade and commerce.
Mr. Watt then delivered his lecture,
which he said, related to a vast con
tinent, forming a portion of one of
the most important possessions of
tho greatest empire that human ge
nius hud ever created. The north
ern territory contained an area of
531,102 square miles or 310,097,.
280 acres, of whiph up to October
last more than half 207,815 square
miles had been taken up by pasto
ral lessees. It might interest the
farming classes in this country if
he staled that the tptal rent payable
for that enormous tract of country
only slightly exceeded 20,000.
He afterward spoko of tho rich min
eral and agricultural respiuceg of
the northern territory mid of the
advantages it offered to immigrants.
London Times, Jan. 21.
i. ' ' -in
"I can never bo more than a sis
tor to you," said a buxom widow,
tenderly, to an old bachelor, who
had proposed. "Ah, madam, yes
you can," he responded, gallantly.
"I am not a man to lose hopo."
"Yes, but 1 suy I cannot,'' she per
sisted, "You havo daughters,
madam," ho said, "and you may
yet bo my mother-in-law." Wash
The poet's (first child w.13 Ado,
whom he never saw after her second
month, for his wife then abandoned
him. Allrgra (illegitimate) was
thirteen months younger than Ada,
and was the only obicct Byron
really loved. She died, however, in
her childhood, and was sent from
Italy to England for burial. Ada
Byron became an elegant woman,
but never displayed intellectual
power. In her twentieth year she
married an English gentleman
named King, who by courtesy was
called the Earl of Lovelace. She
died in 1852, being in her thirty
soventh year, just the age of her
father when ho died. She had two
sons, and the elder was so eccentric
that his death was a relief. He
turned amateur highwayman and
stopped i carriage with a pistol, to
which was added other mischief
which soon wore out the patience of
his friends. Then he renounced the
name and got employment in a ship
yard, and was on the point of marry
ing the daughter of a carpenter
when his death suddenly took place.
The next son inherited wealth and a
title, but he lacked force of charac
ter. He married the daughter of a
clergyman, but the union, which
was very unhappy, was soon dis
solved by the death of the wife.
Ono daughter was born to this dis
cordant couple, and she is now the
sole representative of the line, which
no doubt will become extinct, and
if so it is just what tho miserable
poet desired. Well, the centcnial
will take place on Sunday. Though
I do not suggest it as a Sunday
theme, it ceitainly affords lessons
which might be improved on any
occasion. The worst spectacle in
the world is a wasted life, and such
was the picture Byron thus presents
In short, I
nave squandered my whole summer
Have spent my
life both Interest and
And deem not what
I deemed my
The best thing to read in connec
tion with this confession is James
Russell Lowell's "Extreme Unc
tion," the original of which Byron
might have supplied better than any
other character. N. Y. Corr. Troy
Times, Jan. 23.
"I wonder what's the matter with
the old black hen?" said Mrs. Bas
com. "I haven't found any eggs
in her nest for four or five days."
"Guess she's laying off," said Mr.
Bascom. Detroit Free Press.
The Parisians arc making war on
American beef, and Germany is still
fighting American pork. Neverthe
less, America will continue to be the
meatropolis of the world for a long
while to come.
Take it out tendeily,
Dump it out with care ;
'Tis what's left of the bill
Of Senator Blair.
Omaha girl Why it is, Doctor,
that somo men who never enter a
saloon have red noses? Is it consti
tutional ? Doctor Perfectly. The
Constitution gives every man a right
to buy what he pleases at a drug
store. Omaha World.
What we aro coming to Mrs.
Jones My dear, I wish you would
stop at the Foundling Homo on your
way down-town this afternoon and
adopt a little boy to play with Fido.
The dear little darling is just dying
of ennui. Binghampton Republi
can. Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M.
PUH8UANT to u dlsnensition from
tho VW. SI.. Grand Mailer of
California, the bpcclal meeting of lln.
wnliua Lodgu No. 21, P. ib A M.,
Iiiih liodi (ttoiiC(l to MONDAY
EVENING, March 10, 1888, at 7:'J0
l1. Jr., for tliu purpose of
for tliu ensuing Ma-onio ycnr.
Uy order of tliu Worshipful Master.
T. O. POUTER,
91 lit Bccietary.
Rubbish I Mliisli! Rubbish!
rpiJE undcrsicned having been In the
JL business for Hit' past 15 months,
nnd now being "PI oinlo'l by llin linurl
of Health u l(u ibish Col ector, I
lien by -mIhIi to tl'Util: the public lor
Ihero'llbiral pniroi age, Imping i con.
Iliiimucii "f 1 1t huiiu with a more ex.
tended list nf rm-tomtis. I shall as
hcrctnfoie luvu my iitbhish cults go on
inch sticct when) leipiliod three times
each t'uk,i!M!ii.l In very luiny weather,
then two limes each week, Af cr this
month eich cuit will carry a bell to
nniiourci) itsaniciiranco on the street,
that no ouu will Imvu no excuse for not
Eellliii- tut tin Ir (lit
CkjV-I'iIcib iii. heretofore: Ordinary
Houro Kubbisli nnd Yard Sweepings,
50 rentw, 75 cents nnd 91, CO per mouth,
if nut in enntnim rs.
The above prices arranged according
to the amount of rulibis i takiu nwn'.
Trie Trimmings and Hire Miter
will bn rlmrgiM extrn.
llono', Bullocks, Uogs and Dogs will
be buried at icusouablu lutu,
N. F. BUHGESS.
P. 8. Anyono knowing of ono who
U rupiired to lmo their rubbish re.
inovi'd, who U not able to pay llio tux,
if tho party or piutlea will let ine kuow
I will do their carting free of chut go,
JO lm N, F. B.
CHAS. J. FISH EL has received
ox Australia the latest stylo of
ladles untilmmcd hat?, n'so a line lino
of children's leghorn hats in diffuteut
shapes, Call and seo them, 87 lw
THE DAILY BULLETIN -The
1 ncv.1 popular (mjirr tmlilislinl.
SHOP. Ktar of Lucas' Mill.
THE ONLY PAPER rin.l by all
JL classes "Tho Dully Bulletin." CO
cents per month.
1 ET SOME Genuine Oldiashioncd
J Huttcrseotch Candy, at the new
Candy Factory 1
"Yum I Yum I"
THE DAILY BULLETIN la a live
JL evening paper. CO cent per lnunlli.
I?RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
nut Creams reduced to 30 cents
per wholo pound, ntthe Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and liakcry, Hotel, be
tween Nuuanu and Port streets. 71
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
JL Dally Dullcltii 3) els per month
T7RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
JL eolate and Coconnut Caramels re
duced to ISO cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factory anil
liakcry, Hotel, between Nuuanu and
Port streets. 7t
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advertise In the Daily I'.ijm.kun.
fpiNEST BRANDS OF CALI
X" foimu Poit, Madeira and Slalag.i,
for sale in kce and caer by
UONSALVES & CO.,
Tit Queen hired.
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
41) roliui)ll. 'i yii'r snnnm.
URE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Chocolate Creams(de
llcious) reduced to M cents per whole
pound, at thoPioNEKit Stihm Candv
Pactoiiv And Uakkkv, Hotel, ni:
twi:i:n Nuuanu and Pout stuisuts.
PAPER to sub-u-ibe
JL for U Hie "Daily
ccnls per month
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED'
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second dcor fiom Union sticct.
on tho premises.
THE OLDEST DAILY In the
I Kingdom '1 ho Daily Bulletin."
CO cenU jier month.
LEAN RAGS ami bcrond hand
clothing will bo gratefully icceh
cil for Iho use of Ihe inmates of llio
Branch Hospital for Lepers al KnUaako,
or at the Leper Sittlment on Molokai,
if left with J T. Walerhoiibo, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f If
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
"Tins Dally Bulletin." 50 cents
MISS. P. THIEJLE,
On Bcrctnnia street near I'iilcoi.
(Formerly jUcGuiro's lloufc,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Dally & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lcsons given.
A snfe conveyance will call for and re-
turn children living at a distance.
72 Mutmd Telephone No. iiO-1. pirn
Hawaiian Coffee Co.
COPIES of the promccim of tl-c H:i.
waiian Coll'ee Plantation Co. can
be had on application nt the nllko of
J. Tj. Brown Co., Hcul Estate Agents,
Merchant street. 811 lw
NOTICE U heioiiy given that Clmng
Sak, of tliu llrm of Tuck Lung
CliongCo., doiug business as carpenters
in Honolulu, of which Sum Koy, Tuck
tSnni and Chong Sak arc paitncrf, has
sold nil his inlet est to Cluing Luiu
Ohuiiji Lum assuming nil liabilities of
said Chang Sak, us a partner in said
firm. 87 lw
A BAY HOUSE.
Owner can lnivu
fcamii by proving pro.
porty ud paying ex.
iienKC, by nnplyhu at
tlio'Uiy Ilnr'o faloon." U0 31
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T Legal, Kducntlniml and Commer
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in Fancy IV11,
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Mil Lineii ai Entail
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
: HAS JUST
Dupee Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs Pork, Smoked Halibut, Extra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Brown Bread, Tabic Fruits, Gcnnca,
Iluckiiis & Franco American Feed Cn.'s Assort'd Soups,
Kidges Food, Imperial Gr.inum, Boiled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Ciackcrs, 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 & Faucy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times.
CQf Leave your outers, or ring up 111), "a
HONOLULU PIONEER STEAM
F. HORN, Proprietor.
PRACTICAL CONFECTIONER, PASTRY COOK AND
Having not only a six years' but over a lmll" centtuy's prac
tical experience in sill and every branch of
OP THE RrCIIEST QUALITY,
Of all sizes, always on hand or made to order and orna
mented in the highest artistic style, defying all
other production in Honolulu.
BHonolulu: Hotel St. bet. Fort & Huiianu; both Telephones No. U3g&
Er is&Jr yg i.fflr WHHBI aL: BHrBsB J9BB JHH flBH
Made of the celebrated CREAM of the Wood lawn Dairy,
sold at tho great reduced price of
S2.00! SS.OO! S2.00! S2.00! S2.00!
PER GALLON-HONEST MEASURE
AT THE "ffONOLULU STEAM CANDY FACTORY
CAKE, AND BREAD BAKERY,"
t3rAs some evil disposed persons who are openly boast
ing of tho intention of ruining my business and villanously
falsefying my GOODS and ICE CREAM 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 fr BEWARE ' OF ' FALSE ' REPRESENTATIONS '-t :
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornamenter
Both Telephone Xo, 74, Hotel St. bet. Nuuanu & Fort St.
MEW DESIGNS !
Hick Brocafled SI at Low Prices.
Torclioi Laces !