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SATURDAY, MAltOII 17, 1888.
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Btmr U It Bisbot) Hawaii
Hehr Kaalokal from Kauai
Bchr Muiy Foster from Ktiunl
Stmr Klhuica lion from ifotnakua
Schr Kaiilkeaoull fioin Kolmln
lilt Caibai Ion fioin .Sun Pianel co
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Etmr Kaalafor Waianao and Walahia
it. 0 n in
Stmr .Ins jMakcu for Kapaa at 5 p in
JJk Prcldiicli for San Fianoiseo
Prom San Francisco for Honolulu,
per SS Alameda, iMar 10 J A Buck and
wife, Miss P. 0 Dunlap, 11 P Gl.ule,
wife; 5 clilldien and muse, P C .Jones
mid Ife, Miss M M Madden. Joseph 11
Pel ry and wife, .lames Welsh and K
Jlijntna and wife, and 8 Btcernge. In
transit for Auckland, Vi cabin and 2
steerage; for Sydney, 27 cabin and 27
The S V "Commercial Xcws" of Mnr
2d says that the ship Alexander McNeil,
1,083 tons, has been pill chased by J 1)
Spicekels & Bros, on pilvatc teims, and
will lie uluce'd in tho Hawaiian tiadc.
Captain J It llowaid takes comiiiaud of
At San Francisco, Mar 8th, tho S S
Oregon was discharged of 1,800 tons of
fi eight, 900 tons wcie put into her and
she was coaled and ready for sea inside
of 18 hours from the shut.
Mr E It liyan is making an excellent
job of tho schooner Waloli, which was
damaged lcccntly at Knau. Thhty feet
of main keel and new planks aie being
put on. One side was finished to-day.
AlUUVALS AT SAN lMIANCISCO.
Feb 29, Lady Lampson, 17.! day
Mar 2, Pacific Slope, 0 days from
Barrard's Inlet, en loutc for Honolulu,
Mar 3, Geo O Peikins, 1(5)j days fioin
Mar 3, Anna, 1CJ days fiom Kabului.
Mar 0, Consuclo, ICi days from Hono
lulu. Mar 7, Dora Bluhm, 2S daj-s fiom
Mar 8, W B Godficy, 18 days fiom
Mar a, nty of Sydney fiom China.
At Auckland, Mar 1,SS Zeulandia
DIU'AllTUHUS VUOM SAN 1'ltANClSCO.
Feb 29, Foi est Queen, for Honolulu.
Mar a, ship Alex McNeil, for Hono
lulu. Mar 3, Planter, for Honolulu,
from San Bleso, Mar 1, bk Viloiia,
From Poit Ludlow. Mar 3, J A King,
for Honolulu. '
The S S Alameda sailed from San
Francisco fcaturday, Mar 10th, at 2 a m.
Pilot lett at 3:35 a in; stopped for
Honolulu pilot on tlie ICtli, at 3:50 p in.
Fine weather until 12th, on which day
and the day following experienced
stiong S W w inds with head sea. Took
the NI3 trades in 23 with thick lainy
weather and heavy NW swell. Time
C dajs, 13 houn and 04 minutes.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun S. S. Kinau will sail ugain on
Quite a number of the business
house closed at noon to-day.
Tim bark Velocity will sail for
Hongkong on Tuesday.
Tun steamer Likelikc will bo due
hero to-morrow morning.
The steamers Lehua
are duo heio to-day.
houso of Jiino looms, with
cold water, is adveitised to
A gentleman wishes to exchange
a piano for a horse and phaHon, or a
horse and brake.
Lewis & Co. have ice house goods
by tho Alameda, in good order, sal
mon, celeiy, etc.
A salute was fired from tho shore
battery this noon 'in honor of Ka
The steamer Iwalani will sail for
Lahaina and llamakua on Tuesday
morning, at 8 o'clock.
Messus Hanson & Smyth aro pre
paied to furnish a superior quality of
fertilizer in quantities to sun.
Plaos wero at half-mast to-day,
and German houses in mourning out
of respect to tho memoiy of tho lato
Emperor William of Germany.
Our thanks aro duo and hereby
presented to Mr. P. O. Jones, Mr.
Hewett, dind, the Hawaiian News
Agency, for news favois.
The San Fiancisco "Call" of March
3d says that Dick Davis of Honolulu
has purchased tho stallion "Miuin"
(2 :22J) fJ2f500
Tin: hanking houso of Hiehop &
Co. closed at 10 o'clock this morning,
out of respect to tho memory of tho
Into Emperor of Guimany.
The II. It. A. target shooting con
test began at 10 o'clock this morning,
Tho uttendunco was largo. Tho Je
suits arc not to hand in timo for to
Mil. Cartliy's liorso was to hao
trotted against Mr. Miles' liorso to
day, but unfortunatoly tho hoiso
died on Monday last, and the jaco
had lo ho given up.
Lono before tho dibtiibutiou of tho
mails nt tho Post Olllcc or the news
papeis at tho News Agencies, last
evouing, Mr. Hewett's blackboard
was surrounded with people, leading
tho intelligence of Emporor Wil
If you want n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
15? Arcadc-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Lodge Lo Progress do
l'Uoeanic nt 7:30 o'clock.
For a cool, delicious beverage, try
C. .1. McCarthy's Milk Shako.
CHOCOLATE CREAMS. '
The Pioneer Gleam Candy factory
does not sell (imported) Stale Choco
late (Jicaius for home-made, Iml its
own fi cell nud Mtpoiior urtielo made
by P. lloitN, thoonly Practical Con
fectioner in Honolulu, whoso Chal
lenge his wonld-lic competitor dare
not accept. 82
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this attcrnoonnl Einma Square,
commencing at 1 :!50 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
Mm ch lvamehamelm
Oeituio Hawaii nel
Ballad Mlusticl Boy
Hoinlnlecneos of Ireland
Air Last "llmnse of ICiiu...
Jiir St Patrick's, Hay In the inoruiuir
BLUE HIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual Saturday evening enter
tainment will be given in the Y. M.
'C. A. Hall at 7:U0 o'clock this even
ing. The public arc cordially in
vited. Following is tho piogrammc:
. . . M is Alico M. Levequo
.Mis? Helen Cliaiubeilaiu
Miss L. l)i easier
Hev II. 11. Gowen
Mis. Geo. Hos
....MUsBeitua Vim Holt
Hev. A. Ostrum
MUZZLING THE PRESS.
Editou Bur.u.TiN: Allow me
through the medium of your excel
lent paper lo ask the question why
the general public are to be kept in
ignorance of the all-absorbing topic
of the day, the liquor business.
Who in the name of common sense
has a better right to know what is
being said and what is being done
than the public? Star Chamber
sittings and the days of the Spanish
inquisition are forgotten, and the
public, tlieiefoic, would like to know
the ins and outs of this highly inter
esting enquiry, and not because
Inch ofllcuils and tiadesmcn of
high standing are concerned to tuibt
to what may leak out afterwards,
and the writer is very cm ions to
know from whom do the Justices of
the Supreme Court get the power to
caution the piess about publishing
any evidence. An Exquikuk.
Ucilin, March 9. Emperor Wil
liam died at 8:30 this morning.
An eye-witness of the scene at
the death of the Emperor, states
that during tho last few hours of his
life he suffcicd no pain.
Shortly after 8 o'clock all the
members of the family staying at
the Palace, the Court dignatarics,
the Generals and Minister of State,
were summoned to the chamber in
which the Emperor was dying. The
Emperor was in a half-silting posi
tion on a Camp hedbtead. All the
members of the royal family took
their places at the bedside and the
room wab crowded. Prince William
stood nearest the Empcior. Ilalf
bendiug over the couch he earn
estly watched the face of the dying
monarch until he expired.
The Empcior died holding the
Empress' .hand. Ho had been in a
stupor since 3 o'clock. Ho was de
lirious for a brief period at o o'clock,
during which he is repotted to have
exclaimed : "I am a man of peace,
but if Rufa.sia foi cos mc to war, I
shall faithfully side with 1113' ally,
Austria." The Empcior will be
buried in the mausoleum at Char
lottcnberg. The Emperor's remains Ho cov
ered with a white cloth on the bed
stead on which he died in the Impe
rial Chamber. The body is
surrounded with candles. The face
lias assumed an cxpiession ex
tremely peaceful and placid.
Members of the royal family left
the Palace at 10 o'clock.
Divino services will lie held in the
Mortuary Chamber to-night,
The "Staats Auzciger" publishes
tho following proclamation:
"It has pleased God to call IUh
Majesty tho Emperor and King, and
our most gracious master, fiom lite
after a short illness and after a
richly blessed reign. Tho whole
nation mourns with tho royal house
tho decease of tho deeply beloved
and venerablo monarch, whoso wis
dom has ruled so long and gloriously
over its foituncs in war and in
THE JIIJUbTEK OP STATE."
THE AKKOPKCI.1ITKT TO THE l'UllMC.
Tho death of tho Emperor was an
nounced to tho populace hy the low
ciing to lmlf-uiast tho standard over
tho Palace. Flags nt half-mast arc
displayed on all tho public build
ings. An immense concourse of people
is gathcied outside the Palace. The
multitude is bilent and sorrowful.
The Mexican newspapers aie wag
ing a war against bull-lighting,
The llghteis send all their money
homo and spend nothing in Mcvico,
and therefore draw largo amounts
away from the retail trades,
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Full Dress White Vests.
(JJy the Alameda, last night.)
Houston, Texas, llarch 1. A
shocking nmssaoic occurred nt
Spanish Camp, sixty miles west of
tills city, Sunday morning. The
settlement is composed of Mexicans,
negroes and white dcspeiadoc?. A
negro cabin was set on firo and tho
occupants were deliberately shot
down as tliey ran half awake out of
tho burning house. Five were
killed outfight and one scveiely in
jured, while two were burned to
death in the cabin. Another negro
was caught and hanged to a tree.
The butchery waq the outcome to a
suit for possession of land recently
decided in favor of the dead negroes
in the District Court at Wharton.
Spanish Camp is far fiom any tclc
giaph station and full details of the
massacre have not been received.
Washington, March G. Assistant
Secretary Mayuard has sent the fol
lowing letter 111 regard to the AlasKii
seal fisheries to all customs olllceis
on the Pacific Coast:
"Pvcferring to the department's
letter to you of the 10th March,
188G, conceding the scope of the
jurisdiction of the United States
over waleis located in Alaska, and
tho prevention of tho killing of fur
seals and other fur-bearing animals
within such area as prescribed by
Chnpter III, of Title 23, Hevisc
Statutes, you are again requested to
give publicity of the matter, so that
other parlies who may bo contem
plating the lilting out of expeditions
lo kill fur-seals in said waters may
have due and timely notice of tho
requirement of the statute in the
pi emiscs as construed b.y the depart
ment." Chicago, March 7. It is said that
some niomincnl Chicago business
men have approached Chief Ailliur
of tho Locomotive Engineers with a
view to bringing the struggle with
the Burlington road to .1 close, and
the brothel hood chief expicsscd a
leadincss lo consult about the matter
with the railroad ollicials.
Chief Aithur stated to the Asso
ciated Pi ess to-day that there was
"seiious danger" that the stiike of
the engineers and lii emen will now
spread widely." "It is impossible
to appease our men," he said,
"when they know that the railroad
companies, all over the countiy arc
giving aid to the Huilington.
Springfield, (Mass.), March 7.
The new oflico of the "Evemmr
Union" was burned out this after
noon and the blaze was attended
with the most sickening horror ever
witnessed in this city, six of the
employees meeting a terrible death
most of them jumping from the fifth
story and being ciushcd into shape
less masses below.
Washington, March 8. Theiearc
manj' Republicans who do not want
to nccept Randall as a leader in the
work of reusing the tarilf and there
are nioie ot them who do want to
vote for a 1 eduction of the whisky
tax. It is evident that Mill's Tarilf
bill cannot pass without the aid of
Republican votes and it is equally
sure that no Republican bill
can pass unless the Uemociatic
opponents of Mill's bill vote for
it, which is not at all proba
ble. The Republicans do not wish
to go upon recoid as having ob
structed tariff revision, but the
split in their ranks as to the wisest
policy to pursue is quite as pro
nounced as that in tho Democratic
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Fairchild in a report submitted to
Congress early in December, esti
mated that the Tieasury surplus
would reach 8110,000,000 hy the
end of the present fiscal year. It is
now stated at the Tieasury Dopait
iniiiit that owing to the heavy re
ceipts during the past few months,
the estimate then submitted will
prove to be too small, and that tho
surplus at the end of June, 1888,
will probably teach the sum of
Atchison, Kan., March !). A eol
lison occurred yc3tcrduy afternoon
on the Burlington and Missouri
River Railroad. Tho through Den
ver passenger train that left this cit'
in tho morning was standing on the
Hack at Humboldt, Neb., when the
South-bound local passengor train
from Lincoln, in ehaigo of a Read
ing engineer, dashed into tho station
at tho rate of ten miles an hour.
Tho fireman, conductor and biake
uian were more or less injured. Mr.
Edmonds of Lincoln was badly
bruised and injuied internally, A
travelling man whoso name is not
yet known was beiiously injuied.
Washington, Marcli 9. Baron
von ZciltnilK, Cliargu d'Aflaircs,
wIihii miestinnoil Hinnn llm scihlei't.
of the German succession, said that
the Ciown Princo Fiederick William
became Emperor of Germany and
King of Prussia immediately upon
tho death of his father, and now, as
always, if tho question of tho in
capacity of tho Soveroign is raised
it will be decided by the two Cliam
Ottawa, Out. Mnr. 2 Tho Minis
ter of Finance says no Canadian
Customs oIlliTi on the Pacific Coast
lias been insti noted to refuse clear
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Jifiolt nt tho I'lno Line of
' Dress Goods,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
anccs to sealing vessels for tho
llchritig Son. It is their duty to
issue clearances to all vessels. In
the House of Commons Sir Charles
Tupper yesterday said no conven
tion, agreement, understanding, or
modus vivendi had been arrived at
with tho United States with lefcr
ence to tho use or navigation of the
waters or harbors of Helning Sea
during tho season of 1888, by Cana
dian vessels for the puipose of fish
ing, trading, sealing or shelter.
Ottawa, Mar. 7 Canada's propo
sal for tho settlement of the fish
eries dispute on a trade basis and
tho American answer thereto was
laid hofoio Parliament to-day, by
consent of the negotiators. The
proposition fiom the British pleni
potentiary was lo the effect that the
fishermen of both count! ics should
have all the privileges enjoyed dur
ing the cxistenco of the fishery arti
cles of the treaty of Washington, in
consideration of a mutual arrange
ment for fiecdom of commercial
intercourse. Tho American nego
tiators declined tho proposal, lie
cause the great fiecdom so proposed
would necessitate the adjustment of
the tariff by Congressional action,
which adjustment they consider im
practicable through the medium of a
treaty under tho present circum
stances. Nor could the Ameri
cans admit that such an airangc
ment could bo accepted as consti
tuting a suitable basis for negotia
tions. Chicago. Mar. 9 The "Times' "
Winnipeg, Manitoba, special of Mar.
Slh sa3's: Not detened by the
disasters which overtook Kiel's
Not Unrest lcbellion in 188."), the
half-breeds arc again agitating a
similar movement to redress their
giievanccs, which are said to be
great. Several big meetings have
been held lcccntly, at which letters
have been read from the old rebel.
Gabiiel Dumont, advising another
using. Tho Libeial Uovcrmncnt
will probably give some aid lo the
suffering haif-biecds, although their
movement is not much feared.
Nogales, Marcli 1. The invasion
of Mexico by Guatemala tioops has
caused a good deal of excitement
here, it being all the talk among the
Mexican citizens. A good many
leading men express sui prise, but
looked forward to something of that
kind for a long time. They believe
the step taken is a political revolu
tion in Mexico for tho purpose of
preventing the re-election of Presi
dent Diaz, or, at least, to fuithcr
extend what dissatisfaction theie
may be with Diaz's Administiation.
A ccitain class of people in Mexico
are always ready to join a revolution,
therefore it would be no surprise if
a number of small revolutions wcie
staited before the Presidential elec
tion takes place in June this year.
Paris, March 1. M. Wilson, son-in-law
of ex-President Grevy, who
has been on tiial for complicity in
the Legion of Honor decoiation
scandals, lias been convicted and
sentenced to two .years' imprison
ment, to pay a fine of 3,000f and to
he deprived of his civil rights for
five years. -
London, March -1. The slow 13'
revolving Bulgarian question lias
got around again to a point when
cveiybody waits to see what Tmke3'
will do. It lias halted ut this place
seveial time3 before within the last
four years, and each time, after a
long delaj', it is odlcinUy discovered
that Tin key will do nothing, which
ovciyboity unofllcialh' knew from
the beginning. Then, as if this
were a now depaiturc, the whole
weary circuit will bo begun again.
Rome, Marcli fl. Premier Ciispi
lias sent tclcginms to the Italian
embassador at Paris, instructing
linn to demand of the Fiench Gov
ernment the punishment of fifteen
French soldiers, who stopped some
Italian 1 ail way ollicials at Mailane,
and 1)3' threatening them witli li
onets forced them to kneel before
Paris, Marcli G. A telegram from
St. Petersburg sa3's that Piince Fer
dinand of Bulgiuia is preparing a
manifesto in reply lo the expected
ultimatum of the Powers regarding
the Bulgaria question, in which lie
will proclaim Bulgaria a kingdom,
and call upon the pcoplo to crown
London, March G. A Constanti
nople dispatch says: In apcordancc
with tho demands of Russia, tho
Porto has notified Princo Ferdinand
that his position in Bulgaria is
London, March 8. The tolcgiam
from the Porte to M. btambuloff,
proclaiming Princo Fcidinand as of
no lightful authority to tho Dulga
liau throne, has staitlcd Euiope.
It is certain that the Porte was re
solved last week to decliuo Russia's
I request to put pressure on Prince
l'erdmaml to go
to go. llio reversal of
this decision on Sunday is due to
inlliiences which, as yet, are mat
ters of conjecture. Count Ilerbeit
Bismarck's trip to Loudon is sup
posed to hae something to do witli
it. England, Austiia nud hy all
stood aloof, and all declined to join
with Germany and Franco in sup?
porting Russia's request.
Paris, Marcli C. Tho Panama
Canal Loan bill proposes that bonds
shall not hear less than 3 per cent,
interest; that prizo money shall not
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exceed 1 per cent, of tho capital
borrowed ; that the nominal value
of bonds shall not bo under 300
francs, and that tho redemption of
the loan and prize money shall bo
guaranteed by investments in Stale
securities. The other ai ticks au
thorize the canal company to con
vert into similar bonds those aheaiU
issued and for tho company to deal
011I3' with Fiench linns for all imple
ments, supplies, etc., necessary to
complete the canal.
Odessa, March 7. Tho shipment
of freight by the subsidized Black
Sea Steamship Company has been
suspended and orders have been
given to immediately fit out the
steamcis of the line for war pur
poses. London, March 7. The Turkish
Embassador to-day presented Lord
Salisbury a copy of tho note sent b3
the Porte to the Bulgarian Govern
ment. The Embassador had a long
interview with the Prime Minister.
A dispatch from Constantinople
sa39 that the Bulgarian Government
has not yet replied to tho Porte's
Paris, March 7. Photociaphs
of tho sarcophagus of Alexander
the Great, leocntry excavated at
Saida, have been scnt.to Fiench
savants hy llamdy BC3', who discov
ered it. and who is now in Constan
tinople. It is nearly twelve feet
long, seven feet high, live and u
half feet broad, and weighs twcnly
five tons. The sculptures arc su
perb. The material is parian mai
ble and the workmanship Greek.
Some savants doubt whether the
casket is really that of Alexander.
Dublin, Maich G. Snelling, the
English Home Rule delcgato, has
been arrested at Limerick for of
fenses under the Crimes Act.
Dublin, Maicli G. Gilbooly,
member of Parliament, was to-day
convicted atScliull, county Cork, for
offenses under the Crimes Act, and
sentenced to two mouths' imprison
ment without hard labor.
London, March 7. Lord Charles
Bcrcsford, latel3' Junior Lord of the
Arimiralt', presided nt a meeting
to-day in connection with the mer
cantile marine, and said it would bo
utterly impossible for tho navy, in
its present condition, to defend the
merchant service in time of war.
The existing admiralty system, he
declared, was complete' rotten.
His colleagues were not lcsponsiblc
for this condition of affairs: th03'
had done good work. lie hoped he
would be able to convince Parlia
ment of the necessit3' of immediate
London, March 5. A violent
sandstorm lias been raging in Fg3?pt
since Snturdin, stopping traffic on
the Sue. Canal.
Tangiers, Marcli G. The Moor
ish authorities arc growing bolder in
view of the non-anival of an Ameri
can war-ship. A stor3r was icccived
at the consulate last night fiom the
United States consular agent at
Casa Bianca to the effect that the
Pasha of that place had publicly
heated an Ameiican piolege, to
gether witli his wife and childieu.
The unfortunate people were whip
ped through the public tlioioughfarcs
of the place. After this liumilation
their house was burned and they
were thrown into prison.
MISS. P. TIIIELE,
On Berctanin street near Piikol.
(Ponuurly McQuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Dally & Boarding School.
Also, French nud German taught, and
Music Logons given.
A Eiifo conveyance will1 call for and re
turn children living at a dlMiuice.
7a iMutuul Telephone No. iiUJ. film
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SOPER'S Book & News Depot,
CtASKELL'B Compendium of .Social,
T Legal, Educational and Commer
cial Foi 1118.
HILL'S Manual of Social and Busl
iichs Foi ins.
CHARLES DICKErrs vmk complcto
In ir. Vols. cloth.
CiCOTT'S Wiueily Xoels complete in
O lavou. cintii.
HOUSEHOLD EDITION Cooper's Sea
BRYANT & SHIATTON High School
xyHinAKER'S Almanac for 1888.
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3rAs some evil disposed persona who are openly boast
of tho intention of ruining my business and villanoiiRlv
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.
ner BEWARE OF FALSE
Both Telephonic Xo. 74. Hotel St. bet. Kuuanu &Fort St
- u ".'.-Jal
NEW DESIGNS !
Black BrocaM SI at Low Prices.
Torcliong Laces I
Pastry Cook fl
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