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Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
l'or sl.OO. At
The ArcauG-EGAN & CO.
TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1888.
S S Australia fiom San Francisco
Stmr Mokolil from Molnknl
Bktue Ella Horn Sun Frnuclsco
Stmr AV G Hull for T.nhalna, Maalaca,,
Komi niul Kau nt 10 n in
Stmr Mikalmhi for Kauai tit 5 p m
Stmt' Wnlalealu for Kll.utea uiul Ilanti-
lcl lit 5 p m
Stmr Jus Miikco for Kapaa at 4 p tu
Stmr Klunii forlllloniul wayports nt I
Stmr Llkcllke for Knliulul nt 5 p m
Stmr Kllntiea Iloti for llauuiku.i at 5
Bk Atlanta for l'ugct Somul
Jlktnc l'luittcr for Sun Francisco
Stmr Sin pi No for Laiipahoehoc nt noon
Schr Wnliiinlii for llonomn
Schr Wallolo for Kimu
From Sun Francisco, pur Austialla,
April 3rd G lassaant, Captain OM
Sclioonniaker, Ur W G Ilaiiiinin, 3Ils3
M Khodes, T K Lucas anil family, Miss
11. Day, Mrs lthodgers, :MI-s 51 I'nlll
bonc, Miss JL Totter, Miss A Poller,
Scmml Colin, Hon S G Wilder and ser
vant, .ITWateiliou-c, .Ir, T GCni-son
and wife, Ilev K Hniley, T It Walker,
WP Smith, S Uan, W Geistle, JNIiss G
Conner, Miss M 1 Pinkciton, Jlis L A
Shute, Hon II A- Wldvuianu, J W Hit
ter and 28 otlicis.
The S S Austialla, lloudlette coin
lnandor, left Sun Fi.iuctsuo March 27th.
at 2 pin. Flnst H days out sUong V S
W w ind, moderate sea and sw ell. Ue
lnulnder of tilp moderate and strong
trades. 57 pasengeis and 709 tons of
LOCAL & GENERALNEWS.
Tin: ship Mystic Hello is oflcied
A jiitchino btr.ip has been found,
which the owner can havo by calling
at this office
Tun Beaver tnloon is the place to
got fresh froen Eastern oysters, ex
S. S. Austialia.
Another lot of the celebrated
Philadelphia Lager Beer has been
received at tho Ciiteiion saloon.
Messrs. II. Htickfeld & Co. offer
to the trade, at lowest maikct rates,
new goods by tho bark Dcutschland,
from Bieinen yesterday.
Tun steamship Gaelic is expected
here from China to-morrow, and fiom
hero will goto San Francisco. Messrs.
Hackfeld it Co. arc tho agents.
No unoccupied sitting room could
be found at Emma Square band con
cert last night, and the standing
space was l.ngely engaged also.
Mu. F. Horn, practical confec
tioner and p.iotiy cook is picpared to
furnish his customers with ory
superior buns called in Germany tho
Emperor Francis Joseph.
A bricklayer named DoUon
knocked out a fellow-woikman
, named James Kilcy, with a baseball
bat in the Criterion Saloon yester
day afternoon. The caso comes up
Saturday ; bail if 500.
Dr. Gray's residence Alake.i stieet,
will bo open for inspection to-monow
from 10 a. ni. to 2 p. m., to cnablo
purchasers to inspect the huge and
varried ashoitment of furnituic to bo
offered at auction by Jas. F. Morgan,
Rough weather on land is pretty
Inuch the f..imo to tolophono manngers
as that chibs of weathor is to captains
at sea a seabon of special anxiety,
wakefulness, and watchfulness. Tho
heavy blow of Satin day and Sundiiy
kept the superiptenpents and their
assistants of the local companies
fully employed in watching and
maintaining in order their wiies and
Hov. S. G. AVilder, .who leturned
by tho steamer to-day is both looking
and feeling well. When ho camo
back' from England last timo ho had
a nickle in his purse, but this timo it
was as flat as a pancake. Mr. Wilder
bogged to bo oxcused fiom an inter
view on his ptjlrnad bchcmc. No
doubt ho is thoioughly sick of news
paper roporteis and intei views and
is immensely glad to get liojne,
An enthusiastic boomer does tho
boom that he is cultivating berious
damage when he stops to assail a
boom that tome other boomer is
Rice & Grillln, sash mid blind
manufacturers of Worcester, Musjs,,
have divided SI, 170 among their
employes as their share of the pro
fits of 1887.
It has been estimated that in New
York pity about two million five
hundred thousand bale3 of hay are
There aro abouj; 2,QQ0,000 hog
raisers in tho country and the dC,
000,000 hogs raised uro estimated
to bp worth 8111(1,000,000.
Tho master plumbers of Roches
ter, N. Y., have reoiganizcd. Twenty-five
firms aro represented.
TO exohunRu u No. 1 Pimm for a
llort-u uml Phaeton, or foi a Horso
and Brake. Iuuuiro at this oulcu.
It you want rt
Fine Hat or Necktie,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
EVCMT8 THIS EVEHINC.
Meeting of Excelsior Lodge, I. 0.
0. F., nt 7:00o'cloclt.
Meeting of the Anti-Asiatic Union,
at the Queen street Armory nt 7 :30
Rehearsal of Arion Musicnl
Society in the Hull of Engine Co.
No. 1, nt 7:30 o'clock.
Co. B Honolulu Rifles, will drill,
nt 7:80 o'clock. A full attendnuco
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
ur i,. .r. ixvhy.
Assigneo sale of the bankrupt
stock of Quoiig Yuon Co., at their
stoic, No. o4 King street, at 10
by J. r. JIOHOAN.
At the rcsitlcnco of W. T. IJhoads
all the household furniture, nntl one
phaeton, nt 10 a. m.
A COUCH REMEDY.
oxly Tvi:NY-nvj: ci:nts rr.n pound.
Iuitated thiouts and nnuoying
coughs uio nuickly relieved by the
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at tbo Pioneer Steuni Candy
Fnotoiy of V. Hoin. Plenty of testi
The Waikiki briduo is beine: ro
moved a little from its original posi
tion. During the first part of the
operation, one side only of the
bridge will bo open to tralllc, and
persons driving over it are cautioned
to be careful ami not to carry heavy
loads. When the work has piocccded
to a certain point tho bridge will be
closed to tralllc for a short time.
Due notice will be given.
COAL IS VERY SCARCE,
And high in pi ice, T. . I. King at
the Union Feed Co., has a largo lot
of haul wood sawed into stoo length.
For sale at very low piiccs for cash.
Call and seo him about it. 000 3t
ARRIVAL OF THE DEUTSCHLAND.
The German bark Dcutschland,
Captain Otto Bcssc,. (cousin to Mr.
C. Bosse in II. Hackfeld & Co.'s),
entered port last evening, LOG days
fiom Bremen, with a cargo of mis
cellaneous merchandise. Nothing
of special note happended to the
vessel until she arrived at the lati
tude of Cape Horn, when a gale
cairicd away several spars. Sighted
Hawaii on April 1st. The Dcutsch
land is an iron bark of 838 tons
register and has every appearance
of a smart sailer. She is consigned
to Messrs. Hackfeld & Co.
THE AUSTRALIA ARRIVED.
Tnt! QUARANTINE RAISED.
The Australia arrived at the,
wharf a little past one this aftci
noon. She was not quarantined, and
the passengers all came ashore.
The mail was not available in time
for us to make a lengthy summary
of foreign news. The following let
ter shows why the quarantine is dis
San Francisco, Cat.. )
Marcli 20, 1888. j
His Excellency Jon. Austin,
II. II. M. Minister of Foicign Af
Sir: I have the honor to advise
Your Excellency that at a meeting
of the Board of Health, on Wednes
day, the 14th hist., smallpox was
declared no longer epidemic here
and that tho city was cntiicly free
fiom infectious diseases of all
This steamer will in consequence,
no doubt, be granted a clean bill of
health by the Customs authorities of
I havo the honor to be, sir,
Your most obed'nt berv't
(Signed) D. A. McKinley,
11. II. M. Consul-Gcncial.
The above communication was re
ceived per S. S. Austialia this noon,
and the Boaid of Health has accord
ingly granted the S. S. Australia
free entrance to this port.
THE WAY A DISAPPOINTED MAM
John Swinton, in an article in tho
New Yorker, after cnumciatipg a
number of financial wrecks in labor
journalism in New York city, says
in conclusion i
"Not ouo in a hundred of the mem
bers of the labor organizations of
tho city havo ever subscribed for
any of the labor papers started in
their behalf, whether theso papers
wero weeklies or dailies, whether
they weio conducted with ability or
incompetency, whether they wero
co-operative or persona), whether
they stood for tho trades-unions or
tho Knights of Labor, whether their
policy followed any given direction
or drifted without direction. In
fact, tho mere appearance of any
labor paper in New Yoik has been
tho signal for a general assault
upon it by thp leaders of tho labor
organizations, which continue with
out cessation till tho day of destruc
tion. It is a long lino of dismal
tombstones that ate to be seen over
the graves of labor papeis that have
had their birth and death in acmv
THE DAI LY BU LLETI N-Tho
most popular paper publidlied.
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Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Yests.
Berlin, March 20.- Tho North
Gcrinan Gazette says: The Empc
lor's sleep last night was broken by
pcH9 of coughing. The doctors
anxiously awaittho coming of milder
weather, in order that tho Emperor
may enjoy fiesh air.
London, March 20. -It is known
Ihat Emperor Frederick is improv
ing, owing to tho removal of a large
piece of diseased caitilngc. Such a
case has never been known to occur
in a caso of cancerous disease. Dr.
Wnldeyer will examine tho mass
that was removed.
Paris, March 2Gtli. The police
seized many voting papers issued in
behalf of General Boulangcr at Mar
seilles on the ground that they did
not bear tho name of the printer.
M. Lagueno will interpellate the
Government in icgaul to the seizure
in the Chamber of Deputies.
The hearing befoio the Court of
Inquiry in the case of General Bou-
langer was held to-uay. lne oourt
afterward gave its judgment, but
tho nature of the decision will not
bo divulged until after it lias been
submitted to President. Carnot. It
is reported that the Court decided
against General Boulunger. The
crowd which gathered cheered.
Dublin, Marcli 20tli. William
O'Brien addressed the I'ousonby
tenants at Youghal this morning,
and aftcrwaid attempted to hold a
meeting foi hidden by the Govern
ment. He mounted a car with the
intention of addressing the people,
but was seized by policemen and
dragged to the ground. Tho police
ehaiged the crowd with batons
and a serious melee ensued, in which
a number on both sides were wound
ed. It is alleged that scveial po
lice were stabbed. O'Brien escaped
to a piiest's house and subsequently
harangued the ciowd in a stable.
Police and soldiers paraded the
Berlin, Marcli 2G. Further par
ticulars have been received here of
the damage done by the floods in
Vistula River and its branches. The
dike on the Nogat has burst and the
adjoining country has overflowed,
and tho inhabitants of the place
have lied to the town of Elbing.
The suburbs of the latter place are
all flooded. The population of
Maiienburg, on the Nogat, have es
caped from the town with difllculty.
The prisoners in jail were rescued
by tho fire brigade. The town is
inundated. Eight villages at tiie
mouth of the Vistula arc sub
merged. Paris, March 2G. The Court of
Appeals has icversed the decision of
the lower Court in the case of M.
Wilson, charged with complicity in
the decoration scandals, and acquits
Wilson of the charges against him.
The other persons tried with Wilson
on similar charges are also acquit
ted. The judgment of the Couit
severely condemns the acts imputed
to Wilson anil otlicis, but declares
that existing laws do not apply to
the offense charged against them.
Paris, March 2G. M. do Lesseps
writes to financial correspondents of
the Panama Canal Company 108,
23G obligations have been sub
scribed for placing 50,000,000f in
the hands of the Company. He rc
gauls this satisfactory, but author-,
ies correspondents to continue to
icccive subscriptions. He hoped
that the Corps Legislatif would now
authorize the lottery.
Rome, Maich 2G. A French iion
clad fired at and struck an Italian
steamer near Villa Franca. The
commander of the ironclad pleads
as an excuse that tho crew wero
practicing at tho guns and tho shot
struck the .steamer by accident.
Berlin, Marcli 2G. The Emperor
has issued an order directing that
the usual Spring roview of the
Guards bo omitted this year.
London, Match 20. Thousands
of persons are dying of starvation
in the inundated districts of Hun
gary. Tho Hague, Mai eh 2G. -Tho
Cabinet lias lesigned.
Washington, Mnich 20. Tho
Senate bill granting a charter to tho
Nicaragua Canal Company will bo
called up in tho House to-morrow.
It will bo debated three hours, when
a vote will bo taken upon its pas
sago, New York, March 20. Another
step in tho Grant-Badeau contio
vcrsy occuued to-day in tho service
upon tho plaintiff's attorney of Mrs.
Grant's iiusner to tho complaint of
In the answer Mrs. Grant denies
expressly that it was understood be
tween General Grant and tho plain
tiff that thp latter himself wrote tho
histoiy of the campaign and that
Grant enjoined sec.ecy regarding
tho agreement between 'them.
General B.ideau's statement that
ho revised and corrected tho articles
on Shiloh and Vick9burg, and a
portion of tho Chattanooga aiticlo,
is flatly contradicted. His work on
tho memoirs is characterized simply
as that of an amanuensis.
Chicago, Match 20. Tho Times
special irom Kansas City says: A
tornado destroyed three-fourths of
the town of Nineveh, Kingman
county, Kan., on Saturday night,
hm 1 UldlM flflWS. 'l? MESSRS, DODO A MILLER O 'M
JiOolt nt h Ftnh fcluo bf
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Two pcoplo were killed and a num
ber of others more or less injured.
Thore was a heavy rainfall, which
has occasioned great discomfort.
Fow houses aro left standing.
Chicago, March 2G. Tho official
statement of the Southwestern Rail
way Association for tho first and
second weeks in March, made pub
lic to-day, shows that the Bui ling
ton load earned in that period less
than $1,000 on through aud compe
titive business. It is estimated
that the gross earnings of the road
will fall off SI, 250,000 for tho
Chief Justico Wait is dead.
Washington, March 2G. At a
meeting of the Bar this moining it
was decided that the mcmbeis of
Bar of the Supremo Court should
meet at tho court at 1 1 :30 a. m.
Wednesday and proceed in a body
to tho Hall of the House of Repre
sentatives to attend tho funeral ser
vices of the late Chief Justice. The
Attorney-General, Senators Ed
munds and Vest, Congressmen Cul
berson and Taylor and Shualarger
and Ashton of tho District wero ap
pointed a committee to prepare icso
lutions commemorativc'of the Chief
Justice. The llouso adopted a
resolution that tho funeral services
of the late Chief Justice bo held in
tho Hall of the House at noon Wed
nesday, Match 28th. The Senate
passed a bill appropriating S5000 for
the f uncial expenses of the late
THE BOERS IN AFRICA.
Somo think that they arc excel
lent pioneers in a new country.
They advaucc into native territories,
killing the people by thousands, cn-
slining women .and children, lob
bing them of all their hinds and
cattic, and occupying their country,
with no ulterior benefit to them
selves or others, but merely as a
field for further cruelties and spolia
tion of native races, so that the
country may be cleared of them,
but not for civilization or improving
the country, because they leave a
daik spot wherever they settle from
tho ruthless cruelties they peipetrate
upon unoffending and innocent peo
ple. Are they, then, good pio
neeis? All the sophistry in tho
world cannot make it right. To
murder, enslave and rob innocent
human beings, living on their own
lands, who have done no harm, and
have as much right to live and enjoy
their own as any other people, black
or white, that they should be so
ruthlessly treated by men who pro
fess Christianity and to bo a God
fearing people, is not and cannot be
toleratd by a just and upi ight pcoplo
like tho British nation. Tho Eng
lish people have hitherto been look
ed upon as friends and protectors of
the natives, and as one of them I
felt proud of my county. But
since the Transvaal rebellion and
its retrocession the Englishman is
ashamed to liavcl in the country to
bo subjected to the taunts of the
chiefs and people at the boasted
honor of England. f Twenty-five
years in a Wagon.
73 HUUANU STREET.
R0BT. LOVE, - PROPRIETRESS.
Every description of
PLAIN & FANCY
read k Crackers.
FRESH SODA CRACKERS
Always on hand,
Island orders piomptly attended to.
THREE COTTAGES In
at the Fish Murket.
COTTAGE TO LET.
.,. "I? I YE minutes'
RVHff&h able for it l)(ieo
J. M. MONSARHAT.
A COTTAGE on Lllllia
jCX. stieet, between
and School sheets,
per mouth. Apply to
31. ,S. GHIXBAUM & CO.,
80 tf queen fcti cut,
COTTAGE TO LET ON
BETWKBN 1'ilkoi and Ecu.
ninnokii Btreiti, lot runs
iVfyit tin out; U to Klmiii strict, 100
feet floatage. Gool pasluriipe. Cottage
contains 5 rooms cimiacn houso ami
tables for 8 or 4 houes. Item $iO per
montU. Apply to
J. B. BROWN & CO.,
M tf 2J Mirch.iut street. '
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
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MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
liATO just reeeied ct AuMrnlia
nnothnr lot of lmt " PHILADELPHIA
LAGER BEER" In kegs, which they
nro offering to their customers. 907 lw
L WORKS, SUNNY SOUTH.
The Ynluu ot modern machinery ns pro
duclug a superior article, togclncr with
scrupulous attention to all details, is
atteatrd by lfirgclv increuscd consump.
lion of Aerated Waters manufactured
by tho undersigned. J. B. Brown,
Depot 28 Merchant sticct. 007 lw
There's no use talkinc
Oumlv Factory mikes
J Iho New
delicious Chocolate Crcnml 08 lw
T SAY, JENNY! When we go down
JL l out i we'll call at the LUtc and gut
an exquisite Ice Crcnin Drink I 08 lw
"I ET SOME Genuine Oldfasliloned
VJT Huttcr-ootch Cindy, at tho new
Candy Factory 1
'Yum! Yum I"
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucai' Mill.
CMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL forma Port, Madeira and Malaga,
for Baio in Ucc and caes by
GONSALVES & CO.,
CI Queen direct.
CLEAN RAGS ami second hand
clothing will be gratefully lccelv
ed for the use of tho Inmates of tho
Branch Hospital for Lipcrs at Knknako,
or at the Leper Sittlmcnt on Molokal,
if left with J. T. Waleihouse, jr., at tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
MISS. P. THIELE,
On Berctania. street near Plikoi.
(Formerly McGuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, aud
Music Lessons given.
A safe conveyance will call for and re-
turn childron living at a dhtancc.
7a Mutunl TeUphono No. 501. f3m
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
Wo Will Sell
225 dozen Ladies Linen Cape Collar. nt
10 cents each
Hamburg Edging from fie. up
320 perfect flltinu Missis' Corsets at 25e
210 doz Gem's Cotton Uuderdiitts at 25c
lSdo7cn Missts' and Ohlldion'b Silk.
clocked Ilo&c, full finish, '.Tic.
205 dotn Men's Silk-clocked Hoc, full
finish, 2.50 per do?.
1G0 doz Men's Ribbed Hose, full finish,
nt S2.C0 per doz.
C3 doz Gent's Col. Shirts, collars and
cull's, at 00c eich.
CI dozen Boy's Straw Hals, COc. each,
70 doz Children's Sehool lints at COc,
FOR TWO WEEKS !
Wo mean to keep trade lively.
Visit oui establishment, abk our price?,
and j on will thinV so too.
Havo been Bulling cheap, but the present
wtock will go for a mere song.
Tills great cm Is
FOR TWO WEEKS Oil !
Ghas. J. Fishel,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
For San Erancisco.
The Occidental & Oilental S, S. Com
pjny's (lne btcini6hip
GS- .A. 3E Xj I O , ' :
Will snil for Hun Francisco
On or about the 4th of April, '8
For freight and pnssago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO,,
JOB PRINTING ol all kiwis exc
cutid at the Daily Uulustin Office
63 & 65 FORT STREET. .
By the Steamer Australia, due here on
April 3rd, Mr. EhrliQh will return to Hono
lulu, with a large and varied stock of Dry
Goods, Ladies' and Gent's furnishing goods
Part of these goods have been imported
direct from New York, where they were
manufactured expressly for tihis market.
The ontire lo1 of these goods will he of
fered at prices which will prove highly
satisfactory to everyone.
We will take great pleasure in showing
these goods to the public.
83 & 65 Fort street.
58 Opposite Irwin & Co.
All kinds of Brackets, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
A. large assortment of Bird Cages, at
G. WEST& CO.'S. " '
Crockery, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at r '
G. WEST & GO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Artotypcs and !N"ev Chromos, at
G. WESTJ CO.'S.
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Frames, at
Doll Carriages, Bor's
Wheel Barrows, at
. WEST & CO.'S.
Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
a. WEST &
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Aeeordeons, Drums, Flutes,
Violins, Banjos, etc., etc., at
- a. WEST & CO.'S,
Guitar, Violin, Banjo,
Picture Frames, Cornices and
Pianos and all kinds of Musical
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
Dupeo Hams & Bacon, Kits .Salmon Hollies, Kits Mackerel, ICcs
llcof, Kcga l'oik, Smoked Halibut, IJxtra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Hostou lirown llrcad, Table Fruits, Gormen,
IluckiiiM & Franco American Fecil Co.'m AHHort'd SonpN,
Hidgeu Food, Imperial Granum, Rolled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flake- & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Wafers, Chocolato Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes,
Hates, Nuts, Apples, French Peas, Pop Com, Garden Seeds,
Wheat, Hour, Butter, Honey, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
Aud a General Assort ot Staplo & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times,
USr Leave, your oulcrs, or ring up 111), -a
Bags, Dressing Cases, Albums ancl
Scrap Books, at
n.d-o r..4. a..o j
, av.ojo, xiAUill. UiliUM illlU.
Carts and Small
Zither and Piano
Mattrassee made to order, nt
Instruments Tuned and