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Ladies' G-Button Kid Gloves
For J.OO. At
Tho Aroado-EGAN & CO.
FRIDAY, MARCH 80, 1888.
Mm eh ;!0
BU Lady Lampoon, P O Sodergtoui, 10J
days from y V
Stmr Jos Mnkue fiom Kapaa
Sclir Walehu from Kuan
Schr Lciihl for Huluwu
From Kauai, per steatner Jas MaUee,
Mai oh 30-J N S Wllliums ami 18 deck.
From Han Francisco, per hark Luily
Lampson, Maich 'M Jas Waid.
VESSELS LEAVItIG TO-MORROW.
Ship Alex McNeil for San Francisco
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Walehu 827 bigs sugar.
Makee 2,fiG3 b.irs unar, ami 27 head of
LOCAL & GENERALNEWS.
The tug Elou has mado fully $3,
000 within tho last three months.
The Arion Musical Society expects
to linvo a picnic to Pcail River or
Waianao souio c.uly day.
Tin: etcuniorh iCinau, Mikahala
and Mokolii will bo due hero Sunday
morning; tho Lehua is duo to-dny.
A rLKASANT birthday sin pi iso party
was given to Mr. G. W. Ashloy, at
his place of residonco last ovening.
Tin; Chinese United Society has
added another $100 to the leward
for tho sin est and conviction of tho
murdeiei of Kok Yuk.
Tun best thanks of tho Bulletin
people are hereby piesentcd to Love's
Bakery, for a profuse donation of
delicious hot cross buns this morn
ing. Two nice cottages fully appointed,
are to let. This is a fincoppoitunity
to secure a comfortable home. Full
particulars can be had at Gulick's
Mk. A. M. Howett, news dealer and
stationer, has the thanks of tho
Bulletin for the use of late files of
San Francisco papers by the Lady
Tiie San Francisco lcfincries on
March 10th, quoted various grades of
refined tigar at from 5 J cents to 7
cents, cube, crushed, powdeied, etc.,
being 6J cents.
Fon the information of those who
applied too lato to get any of Love's
hot cross buns, it is hero stated that
a new batch will be made at 4. o'clock
Several of the Vandalia base-ball
players have been practising at the
game of late, but no time has as yet
been sat foi tho match game between
the Vandalias and llonolulus.
Tenders to supply and lay down
matting in the Go eminent Building :
Alii & Co., weight over 80 lbs., ifl-l
per roll; Wing Wo Chan, weight
over 90 lbs., $1-1.25 per roll ; Lowers
& Cooke, weight 85 to 94, $14.30 per
roll. The contract was awarded to
Ahi & Co.
it The animal meeting of the Wood--lawn
Dairy and Stock Company,
held yesterday aftornoon, elected :
B. F. Dillingham Presidont
T. W. Hobion Vice-Piesident
W. O. Smith Sccietaiy
A. L. Smith Tieasurer
W.F, Allen Auditor
The coroner's jury empaneled to
enquirojnto tho causo of death ot
the Chinaman, Kok Yuk, found a
vordiftt at an early hour this morn
ing, that tho deceased came to his
death from wounds caused by borne
blunts iJMrunient, presumably an
axe, at the hands of sonio poison or
Sr-EqiArj-tp tho Bulletin:
J Fish Market, March 30.
10 :45 a.rm. Not a single fresh fish
in the market. Four natives aro
wrangling oypr-a game of "high low
whist," two1 are chewing awa root
and., John 'Kaubhea is singing tho
The bark Lady Lampson was re
ported at 5 o'clock last evening sev
eral miles off. She anchored off tho
passage shortly after six and entnrcd
the haibor'Uiis moining. -The Lady
Lamphon 1b in chaigo of Captain F.
O. , Spdorgrem. Sho was 10J days
coining down and had fair weather
all tho way,
There is a largo and ferocious
black and white dog on Beretania
street, near Coj, Curtis Iaukca's iCBi
donee, that clmees horses and some
times catches hold of thojhorso's tails
ami, holds on in bpito of all kicking,
High hied hoi sob naturally becomo
frightened, and several riders have
had narjow escapes fioiu being
tin own oil'.
A iiA!siLEH,si,y crazy islander bo
longing to tho Inbane Asylum and
frequently sent on eirands was seen
on tho wharf this morning, pulling
on lbpos and othenviso assisting in
tho docking of tho bail: Lady Lamp
son. When thu niato would call out
an order tho islander would imitate
tho sounds and inn whichever way
the sailois went. Ho would not as
cend' the .step ladder, howovor, bo
cause it was bhaky,
If ion went n
Fine Hat or Necktie.
The Aroado-EGAN & CO.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT JAS. V. MORGAN.
At tho old Custom House wharf,
at 12 o'clock noon, a lot of firo
wood. Purchasers can have the
wood carted to any part of the city
free of charge.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Pacific Lodge No. 1, Daughters
of Rebecca, meeting at 7:30 in the
hall of Excelsior Lodge I. O. O. F.
Special meeting of Red Men, at
K. of P. hall, at 7:00 o'clock.
English sermon at the Roman Ca
tholic Cathedral, at 8 o'clock.
Religious services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral at 7 o'clock. Choir re
hearsal after evensong.
Company D Honolulu Rifles, Cap
tain C. W. Adiford, will diill at
their armory, at 7:30 o'clock. A
full attendance requested.
Shooting contest between two
teams of 10 men each, from 'com
panies B. & D., of the Honolulu
Rifles, at the II. R. A. range, com
mencing at ! o'clok p. m.
On exhibition all day, goods at G.
W. Macfarlano & Co.'s, for sale at
auction next week.
At the Roman Catholic Cathedral,
blessing of the baptismal front, fol
lowed by high mass, at 7 o'clock
GOAL, GOAL, COAL.
Coal is very high and scarce, wood
is cheap and plentiful, that i3, if you
call on T. J. King at the Union Feed
Company, he can sell you stovo wood
cheaper for cash than ever hc.ud
of befoie in this city. Call and see
him about it. 003 3t
A COUGH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-riVE CENTS mil l'OUNU.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs arc quickly lelieved by the
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
Kamehameha school boys
visit to the U. S. S. Mai ion
day afternoon, by invitation
The U. S. S. Adams had a boat
drill this morning, and the Vanda
lia practised at "arm and away."
If you want to see a man become
hopping mad, ask a Vandalia boy
what he thinks of "John L." now.
The U. S. Marion took in coal to
day. The intended 12-oared barge race
between the Vandalia and Marion
seems to have died a natural death ;
nothing is heard of it.
A NEW BARK.
Captain Marston, lately master of
the bark Lady Lampson has, with
his wife and family, gone to Scot
land. Captain has gone to Scotland
in the interest of C. Brewer & Co.,
to supei intend the construction of a
steel bark for tlic Hawaiian trade.
Captain Benson, master of the
Martha Davis, will, it is said, take
command of the new bark.
for thFlad lis.
The auction bale of fancy goods
by Messrs. G. W. Macfarlano &
Co., which is announced for next
Monday, will doubtless diaw a large
attendance, as the goods to be of
fered are of an unusually elegant
and varied character. The exhibi
tion rooms are being rearranged for
this occasion, and in addition to the
many articles heretofore displayed,
there will be a small Hue of new
goods offered, which are just to
hand by recent arrivals.
A small lot of choice dry goods
will be offered, such as printed In
dia muslins, tarlatans, Swiss spot,
and the latest manufactures of light
fancy and tlrcs3 goods. A beauti
ful line of ladies' fans will also bo
offered, which will be an interesting
and attractive feature of this sale.
The arrangements for the attend
ance of tho ladies aro very complete,
and no doubt they will be largely
KEl'OKE JUDI), C. J.
Friday, March 30th.
D. W. Kanoelehua vs. A. J. Cart
wright, executor of estate of Emma
Kalciconalani. Bill to declare and
cxecuto a trust.
Hearing continued from 19th inst.
Evidence beiug heard, Recess taken
at 12 noon until 1 p. m.
W. C.Achi for plaintiff; W. A.
Kinney for defendant.
Remainder of Intermediary Calen
dar not otherwise disposed of order
ed yesterday to go over for hearing
to Wednesday next, April 1th.
Two ciiminal and seven civil cases
will thus stand over.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLYING STATION
ERY. Tenders for supplies of stationery
for the coming session of the Legis
lature were oponod at the Interior
Ofllce on Wednesday. Tho bidders
were T..G. Thrum, Hawaiian News
Agency, and A. Hewett. Following
arc the accepted bids:
Hawaiian News Company En
velopes, No, 5, XX, thick white,
Tho Arcauo-EGMJ & CO.
Full Dress White Yests,
S2.25, No. G do., 82.50, and No. 9
do., 05 per M. ; loiter paper S3. 25,
and commercial note 81.75 por
learn; Carter's black ink 65 cents
'per quart, and carmine at 7G cents
per bottle; Davidson's vcivei cras
ive uibbers 82 nor pound: blocks
memorandum paper 8 cents per
block; rubber bands, No. 000i,
$1.1)0 per gloss.
A. M. llcwett Foolscap $1.25,
legal cap $4.25, engrossing pnper
$10, per ream ; mucilage stands and
brushes, $3 per dozen; mucilage,
75 cents per quart bottle; safety
inkstands, $5 per dozen; Faber's
hexagon pencils, $7 por gross ; pen
cil sharpeners, SI per dozen; rub
ber bands, No. 32 at $-1 and No.
00-V at f.1.75 per gross; penholders,
GO cents pur dozen; spools rod
tape, 81.80 per dozen; cones No. 3
pins, $1.25 per dozen; Journal for
GOSSIP ABOUT THE GROWN PRINCE.
If the Crown Prince had prede
ceased his father the Hohcnzollern
family arrangements would have
been operated to exclude the Crown
Princess and her daughters from any
jointure. Now, you will smile when
I tell you, but it is solemnly declar
ed by quidnuncs that Prince Bis
marck has been counting upon tho
death of tho Crown Prince in order
to searc off the Crown Princess
royal of England, and it has even
been hinted, and not obscurely that
the Get man doctors, knowing that
bias in the mind of tho Chancellor,
were in league with him. Equally,
we are told, and for the same rea
sons, did the Crown Princess light
for the control of Dr. Morrell Mac
kenzie. It was the aim of Sir Morrel be
fore all things to keep the patient
from the contemplation of rash and
dangeious methods of cure, and es
pecially to keep him away from
Geimany during Emperor William's
life, lest a medical council should
declare him to be suffering from an
incurable disease, and unfit to rule,
thereby depriving the Crown Prin
cess and her daughter of a suitable
provision, and causing the Prince
to be passed over in favor of his
There will all the same be much
the same curiosity to learn how the
late Emperor has disposed of his
vast wealth. Next to the King of
Holland he ranked as the wealthi
est sovereign in Europe.
Gossip at the clubs includes a
pietty story of how the Crown
Prince boxed Professor von Berg
mann's cars when he pioposecl a se
rious operation, and of how the Pro
fessor afterward sulked in Berlin
until the Emperor ordered him to
THE SUCAR TRUST.
THE HOUSE COMMITTEE CONTINUES ITS
Washington, March 10. Tho in
vestigation into the sugar trust was
continued by the House Committee
this moining. II. O. IIaveniC3'er of
New York was placed on the btand.
Nothing decidedly new was devel
oped in legard to the' trust, but the
investigation assumed somewhat the
nature of a tariff hearing when the
witness stated the sugar industry
could not exist without protection
because of the higher prices paid
American labor. Sugar refiners
wcic discriminated against under
the present tariff, ad valorem, the
duty being gi eater on raw tilings
even worse. Witness said lie was
discriminated against in the matter
of the drawback when the Treasury
Department on November 1, 1880,
fixed the rate at 2G0. The drawback
on sugar should be fixed by Con
giess and not by a Secretary of the
Treasuty, who might bo an able
man and might not."
HE KNEW THE PLACE.
An Englishman, mullled in an
overcoat that covered his heels as
well as his head,, got on a Broadway
car at Park place last night about
eight o'clock. "1 say, conductor,"
he said,, "I want to go to the Gilsey
As tho pugilists would say, the
conductor "screwed his nut" in
other words, turned his head to in
dicate that ho had heard tho request.
At Chambers street the Englishman
bawled out from the inside of the
car, "I say, conductor, don't forget
now to put me down at tho Gllsey
The conductor nodded his head.
A block farther on the Englishman
got up and went out on tho platform.
VI want to go to theGilsey House,"
he said, "By the way, conductor, do
you know where the Gilsey House
is?" Without a smile tho strap
puller replied: "Yes, sir. My old
boarding house, the Gilsoy. Had a
sweat on tho second floor. Got
mad and left because they made my
morning cocktail out of Piper Iloid
seick. Went from there to the
Sturtevant. Chambermaid forgot
to get my cologne hath ready ona
day, and 1 took my trunk to the St.
James. Oh, yes ; I know wlicro all
theso taverns arc. I'll seo that yoii
get off at the Gilsey."
Tho passengers loared, and the
Englishman, with a look of blank
amazement on nis race, went inside
tho car and never said another word.
fN. Y. Graphic,
fcoMt nt tho Fine Mtic- of
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Late Foreip lis.
Philadelphia, March 1011. B.
Slavcn, president of the company
which is dredging the Panama
Canal, in describing the work ac
complished, says in one section
there is a navigable channel fifteen
feet deep and the full width of the
canal. The sections from Culebra
to tho ocean, a distance of eighteen
miles, have been excavated moic
than is generally imagined. The
section from Pedro Miguel to the
ocean will soon bo completed. The
canal, taking it on tho basis of tho
original tide-level, is more than half
completed. With a system of eight
locks the canal will ho completed
much more cheaply and expedi
tiously. Slavcn also says the talk
about the impossibility of complet
ing the canal is preposterous.
About 2,000,000 cubic meters will
bo excavated this month. He will
soon return to the isthmus to super
St. Paul, Match 10 A Winnipeg
special says: A grain tiain on tho
Pacific Railway went through a high
trestle at Heron Bay, east of Port
Arthur, to-d.13'. Ten cars were
smashed to atoms and it is leported
three employees were killed.
New York, March 10. A Wash
ington special to tho Commercial
Advertiser gives an interview with
Representative Brcckenridgc of Ken
tucky concerning the proccssos of
the AVays and Means Committee by
which they anived at the Tariff
Bill as reported. Ho says concern
ing wool that the woolen schedule
was constructed upon the principle
that tho woolen-manufacturer should
be given a compensatory duty to
compensate him for the loss of duty
laid upon wool. This compensatory
duty is the specific rates now im
posed. San Diego, Maich 10 Citizens of
tho Sixth Ward held secret meetings
last night and to-night and formed
a Vigilance Committee, and people
generally are supplying themselves
with arms for their protection.
A committee of sixteen in the
Sixth Ward last night passed a reso
lution that people found within its
boundaiics without visible means of
support would be given just twelve
hours to leave the city.
To-night trouble is feared, as it
is understood a march will be made
on the jail about 1 o'clock in the
Tangier, March 10 The United
States warship Enterprise, mount
ing six guns, has anived heie. The
captain demands the immediate re
lease of the Moor who is under
American protection, and who is
impiisoncd at Rabat. lie also de
mands satisfaction from the Moorish
Government for the Moor's illegal
Rome, Maich 10 The Pope has
been slightly indisposed for the
past two days. No bcrious symp
toms have manifested themselves,
but a certain degree of apprehen
sion exists in consideration of his
ago and the lassitude caused by the
exertions he was subjected to dur
ing the jubilee festivities.
Loudon, March 10 The most im
portant change of opinion regarding
the government of Ireland is that of
Lord Londonderry. He, like Lord
Carnarvon, accompanied his accept
ance of the ofllce of Viceroy of Ire
land with a stipulation that in cer
tain conditions he should be at
liberty to retire and, like Carnar
von, he has become convinced that
a policy of conciliation is the only
method of successfully governing
Ireland. Recently Lord London
derry informed Lord Salisbury that
he had enough of Dublin Castlo
under a coercion policy and request
ed'to be allowed to resign. Lord
Salisbury, wishing to keep things as
they aie until -sifter the Easter holi
days at least, prossed Lord London
deiry to remain in Dublin, at the
same time promising that Irish local
government would shortly bo
brought into Parliamentary promi
nence. Tho education of tho Con
servative party on the subject of
home rule in lieland appears to be
proceeding more rapidly than could
be admitted by party leaders.
TWO DAYS LATER 11V TIIE LADV l.AMl'-
Sullivan and Mitchell were ar
raigned for trial at Chantillj, and
wero released 011 $G00 bail, aftor
which thoy went to Paris and thcro
boarded tho night express for Lon
don. Tho trial by default will bo
held at Senlis, and should either of
the parties ever visit Franco again
they can be imprisoned.
Tho authorities of tho railways
centering at Ivarief havo received
orders from St. Petersburg to hold
all their available trucks for the dis
posal of the Government. Largo
bodies of troops will move to the
faouthwest frontier upon tho break
ing up of the severe weather,
A fierce southwest gale is blowing,
and numerous casualitics aro feared
in tho English and St. (icorgoB
An insurance company declines
to grant Grover Cleveland a life
policy for $50,000, as he could not
pass tho required medical examina
tion. The Governor of Mississippi is in
an unpleasant position ; it seems
that tho Governor is holding passes
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
on all the railroads in the State.
Tho penalty for the first offenco is
S25 fine, for the second, a fine of
SI 00 and ten days' imprisonment;
for the third, a fine of S500 and 30
days' imprisonment. Tho railroad
is also liable to a fine of 85,000.
A furious storm of wind accom
panied by snow, hail and sleet,
broke over tho Atlantic Coast on the
evening of March 11th. The tele
graph wires are all down between
New York and Philadelphia, Balti
more and Washington.
The storm was most severe in
New York. No such damago by
storm has been done in the last HO
years. Several fires occurred, and
in many instances the coal waggons
could not got up to the engines,
necessitating the using of signs,
posts, and other sttuctufes of wood
to keep up a supply of steam. All
the clcctiic light companies were or
dered to cut off the ciicuit of elec
tricity fearing that people might bo
killed by the falling wires.
All the railroads terminating m
East St. Louis stopped handling
Burlington freight at G o'clock this
evening. This was due a reso
lution adopted at a meeting of tho
engineers, firemen and brakemen
this afternoon. Twelve roads aio
affected by the order.
Passenger train No. 9, on the
Pennsylvania Road, collided with a
heavy freight train on the morning
of March 12th, both trains were
wrecked. The wreck is simply
colossal. The express train was
running at the rate of 45 miles per
For sonic weeks alarming reports
have been received from tho West,
that the Indians arc very restless,
owing to the neglect of the Govern
ment in furnishing supplies, and
that there was serious danger of an
uprising unless food was at once
Henry Bcrgh, founder and Presi
dent of tho Society for prevention
of cruelty to animals, died March
12th, in New Yoik City.
Jack Dempsy has challenged
Mitchell to fight for 810,000 a side,
the fight to take place either in
America or England.
Emperor Fiedcrick arrived at
Chailottenberg, where the royal
party will remain for the present.
Deputations fiom all the regi
ments gathered in the wide space
around I rcueiick the Gi cat's monu
ment with their banners, and swore
fidelity to Kci-ng and Kaiser Freid
rich Dem Dritten. The Crown
Prince took oath with the second
regiment of guards. lie looked re
markably pale, and worn.
A question lias arisen whether
tho Landtag may accept Emperor
Frederick's written oath, instead
of his personal oath spoken in an
audible voice as prescribed by the
Marshal Mead and Posse were
discharged by the Janos authorities,
and they arc now on their way to
The following is the first procla
mation of Emperor Fredcrich: "To
my people The Emperor has ended
his glorious life. In my much loved
Father whom I bewail, whom my
royal house with me lament in
deepest sorrow, the faithful Prus
sian people have lost their fame
crowned King, tho German nation
the founder of its unity, and the
newly-risen emphe its fiist German
Emperor. His illustrious name will
remain inseparably bound up with
all tho greatness of the German
fatherland, in whose new creation
the strenuous labors of tho Prussian
people and princes have met with
the most splendid rewards.
TAHITI LEMONADE STEAM
-L WORKS, The Aerated Watcis
manufactured nt the above establish,
meat are used by all the principnl
families at Honolulu, and exclusively
by II. H. 51. vessels of war visiting this
port. PUin Soda Water equal to
Sohwcppcs. Depot 28 Merchant street.
C1HARLIE! Thuio's no use talkiug,
I Ihu New Candy Factory mnkis
delicious Chocolate Crcmns! 08 lw
T SAY, JENNY! When wo go dow
X town we'll cull at tho Elite and g
1111 exquisite Ico Cream Drink
f ET SOME Genuine Oldfashlonod
v uutterscoteii uanuy, at Hie now
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
KMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL forum Poit, Madeira mid Malaga,
for sale in keen und cu'bcs by
GONSAIVES & CO.,
GI Queea street.
CLEAN RAGS in" second hand
clothing will be gratefully lccelv.
cd for tho use of the lmiiHte of tho
branch Hospital for Lcpcra at ICukuako,
or at the Leper Bfttlment on Molokal,
If loft with J. T. Walorlionsc, jr., nt the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
MISS. P. TKIEIjE,
Oil Borclnnla street near Pllkoi.
(Formerly McGuiro'u Uoute,)
Kindergarten & Elementary.
Daily & Boarding gobool.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music. Lessons given.
A eafe couVcyimco will call for and re.
tuin children living at a dlMnncc.
73 Mutual Telephone Nn. 504. am
4,0 columns. 3 per Annuo
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
JUST EEOEIVED A
LINEN LAWNS IN
Mia Limii ai Eirolil Swisses,
BlacK BrocaM SI at Law Prices.
83 & 65 Fort street.
5S Opposite Irwin & Co.
All kinds of Brackets, .it
G. WEST & CO.'S.
A. large assortment of Bird .Cages, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Crockery, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Artotypes and Nevr Chroinos, at
6. WEST & CO.'S.
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Frames, at
Purses, Ladies' Bags, Dressing Cases, Albums and
. Scrap Books, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
C WEST & CO.'S.
Doll Carriages, Boy's
"Wheel Barrows, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
G. WSST& CO.'S.
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Aecordeons, Drums, Flutes,
Yiolins, Banjos, &c, itc, at
G. WEST; CO.'S.
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at
G. WEST & CO.'S,
Picture Frames, Cornices and Mattrasses made to order, nt
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Pianos and all kinds of Musical
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, nt
WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
Dnpeo Hams & llacon, Kits Salmon Hollies, Kita Mackerel, Kegs
Ileef, Kegs Pork, Smoked Halibut, Extra Seleot Oysters, Salmon,
Cinnhony Sauce, Uoston llrown Urcad, Table Fruits, Germca,
lluckiiiM &, Franco American Feed Co.'h AHort'l Soaps,
Rjdges Food, Imperinl Grnnum, Holled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafcis, Oaten Wafors, Snow Flake & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Yafera, Chocolate AYaforH, Pretzels, Prunes,
Da,tea, Nuts, Apples, French Pens, Pop Com, Garden Seeds,
Wheat, Flour, Utitter, Honey, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
And a General tosor't ot Staple & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times,
6S Leave your oiders, or ring up 119. -ft
NEW DESIGNS !
Torelioi Laces I
Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
Carts and Small