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Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
Tho Arcaue-EGAN & CO.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1888.
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DBMS (.'niollue fiom Southern I
JBiltbk Nntiina fiom Liverpool
Bktne St Luele from 1'ugot found
Sttnrlwnlnni fiom UninaUua
Schr Cnn ii l e fiom Kuan
Ship Ivy from fcan Vrauciscc-
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
U S S Marlon for Yokohama
Bohr Cntiutu for Kahulul and Kuan
JJktnfi S 0 Wilder for San laanciseo at
1 p m
For wlndwaid port per itmr W G
Hall, Apiil 3-C V Baldwin, W II
Cnniinlngs, 1) L Biltto, Mr Ewnir, Sir
Dean, Miss JI tlnldwln. Sirs Daniels,
G W C Jonee, W Baldwin, Akana, and
Kor Kauai per Mikaliala, April ,'l
Miss Jlnlone. titcrs (2) Cooke, J Ka
iwl and child, Mr Snionll, Hiss Annie
Decker, Hon 0 11 Dole and son, O
ijcholtz ami about 40 deek.
For San Fiauclsco per bktne Planter,
April 3 Rev T V Mc-oic, Mis Ellis.
For windward ports, per stmr Kiuau,
April 3 Mrs A X Kepolkii, E 11 Bailey,
MisWTllhoads. Miss E Jones, Mts
Hopkins and 2 children, C B Corny and
From Poit GIupjjow per ok Xatuna,
April 3 llcniy Buikinyer and John
From Bremen, per bk Deutscldand,
Apiil2 Miss Anna Decker and Miss
From Hainakua per steamer Iwalani,
April i W A Scott, J Goodale, W U
Purvis, O Von Meugerson, and Wong
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Canute 3000 bags sugar.
Iwalani 0.053 bags sugar
The Planter took for San Francisco
yestciday, 15,700 bags Mig.ir and 450
bnchs bananas. Value S 1,100.
The Am ship Ivy, Cant Lowell, ar-
rived this moining, 12 days fiom
Francisco in ballast The Ivy is si
looking wooden vessel of 1,181 tons.
Thebk V II Hopkins will sail for
San Francisco cither this evening orto
nioriow morning with 25,402 bags
sugar, weighing 3,105,053 lbs, and
valued at 6135,019.82.
The .Lucie was 32 days coining from
Poit Townseud and tho Ella 18 days
torn San Francisco.
LOCAL & GENERALHEWS.
The U. S. S. Marion will leavo to
morrow for Yokohama.
See C. J. Fishcl's new announce
ment of special b.n gains in to-day's
A reception and dance were held
on board the U. S. S. Adams this
Purser Bedolfe of tho Austialia
has our thanks for San Fiancisco
Am. the latest novelties iu
nery and dress goods are now
opened at X. S. Sachs'.
being The latest fiom Mies Lcvequc's
artistic brush is n leprcsentation of
a Scotch teuicr surprising a mother
Captain Biownell of the Canute
was taken suddenly ill this moining,
and will lay over this trip of the
The San Jose "Mercury" says in
an editorial note, tho Pearl River lias
been cxploicd and found to bo in ex
cellent shape for improvement.
A suupiiisi: paity was given by the
ladies of tho St. Andrew's Sewing
Society to Bishop and Mis. Willis at
3 o'clock this afternoon, nt the St.
Andrew's Sunday schoolroom.
It was heard this morning that the
llawniian Band would probably give
a complimentary concert to tho de
parting naal olliccrs, at tho Hawai
ian Hotel, to-morrow evening.
AniiANCSKitENTS bavo been made
for a babcb.ill match between a team
from tho Ameiican nion-of-war and
the Honolulu nine, at Makiki, next
Saturday, commencing at 3 o'clock
The stcanifehip Australia will sail
for San Francisco at noon on Mon
day next, ono day ahead of tho timo
tablo, to allow of inoro timo at tho
othor end of the lino for going into
tho dry dock.
II. 11. M. 8, CUnorjNr. loturned to
Honolulu yeMoiduy, after an absenco
of between tlnco and four weeks.
Sho visited Fannings Island, Christ
mas Island and Penrhyn, on each of
which sho planted tho British flag,
Mu, A. M. Howotthas just received
by tho Austialia a now shipment of
books and stationoiy, which ho has
on sale. The books cmbrnco now
and popular novels. Thoso who bond
in their orders first will stand thebest
chance of getting what they want,
i iii m i
Tim Oalm Association of Hawaiian
Evnngilictil Chinches ih holding its
seini-annual seion in Kaumakapili
Church. Thuru nio about 00 iu nt
tondanco, pastors, delegates and 8. S.
Bupoiintoudonls fiom tho ejoveu
churches on Oaliu, Hov. J. Kckar
buna, of Wuianuo, is the Modoiatorj
ami Hov, S, Paaltilii, of Kalihi, is
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
w columns, a per inuum,
If j-on vrtnt n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Religious services nt the Central
Union Church and St. Andrew's
Cathedral, nt 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of church and congrega
tion nt the Central Union Chinch,
at 8 o'clock, to take action upon
the chaiter and consider the ques
tion of a new church edifice.
Meeting of Engine Co. No,
Meeting of Engine Co. No,
Tho Y. M. C. A. Boys will meet
in the Association hall, nt2:10 r. m.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
MY .T. V. M0KOAX.
At the lesidcnco of Dr.
Gray, Alnkcn street, at 10 A.
tho household fumitiue.
A COUGH REMEDY.
ONLY TWKNY-riVIJ (MINTS l'lllt l'OUND.
Iiiitatcd tlnonls and annoying
coughs aie quickly iuliecd by tho
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at thu Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. lloin. Plenty of testi
pi ice, T. J. King at
tho Union Feed Co., has a laigo lot
of haul wood sawed into btovc length.
For sale nt veiy low pi ices for cash.
Coll and see him about it. 'JOG 3t
A native lad named Ilaleakala has
been locked up iu the Station House
by Captain Hopkins on two charges.
One for housebreaking and the other
for carrying a concealed weapon.
Ho is charged with breaking into
the store of M. Quadros on King
street, near the Chinese Theatre,
and when anestcd a pistol was
found on him. A key, among a
bunch taken from him, was found
to open thiee Post Office boxes.
Two stone rings were also found in
his possession, and any person who
has lost a ring is requested to call
on Captain Hopkins and sec those
DEATH AND MISFORTUNE.
A tiading vessel has brought
news to San Francisco of the deatli
of Eev. Mr. Logan, at Rub, Dec.
27th. He was sick seven weeks
with a fever, and died iu a relapse ;
the last thiee days before death
being full of pain. Mrs. Logan and
the children will pi obably return on
the Morning Star. The Star left
Kusaie for the west, Jan. 12th, and
may be expected heie any day.
Miss Julia Pratt, sister of Pres.
A. Pratt, formerly of Punahou,
died suddenlj' at Columbus, Ohio,
Feb. 29th. She has been living
with her brother's family in the
Ohio Deaf Mute Asylum, ever
since their departure from the
Fiiends of Gen. Armstrong will
be sorry to hear of the calamity
that has befallen his Normal School
at Hampton, Va., in the loss of the
whole herd of cattle belonging to
the school. The whole number,
101, including 3S milch cows, had
to be killed, because of infection
with plcuio pneumonia. No animals
can bo placed in the stables for four
months. The government pays a
nominal sum for the cattle killed,
but the loss to the institution is a
sciious one. The contagion was in
troduced by cattle, brought from a
distance, apparently in good health.
The milk alone was valued at S3o0
-'. ' .J L J" ! I
The Oceanic Steamship Company
has been awaided the contract for
carrying the English mails from San
Fiancisco to the Colonies for one
year from November next, tho com
pensation being the same as that
mid for the past two ycais. The
company promises to reduce the
time, but it has not yet been deter
mined whether the steamers will
touch at San Diego to receive and
land the through mails. The new
contract abolishes all thought of a
competing line from Port Moody to
Honolulu, Auckland and Sydney.
Canada's ineffectual effort to secure
a reciprocity tieaty with tho Hawai
ian Government was a great damper
to the cnteipiise, and without the
aid of New Zealand nothing could
bo done. Tho Oceanic Company will
thcreforo have a monopoly of the
carrying trade for a year and a half
nt least. S. F. Bulletin.
"Wednesday, April 4th.
Melo Leo Sun and Leo Sun vs,
S. "W. Mahelona, from tho 23rd of
Mnr. ; still on.
II. Brown, M. T. McDonald and
a wahino wore fined for drunken
ness, Ilaleakala, carrying a pistol S20
lino oy 20 days' imprisonment.
Tho new iron and steel works at
Biriiiigham, Ala,, have begun maiiti
factuiiug steel rails.
During 1887 tho railroads in Mic
higan earned 880,819,(100, mi in
croaao over 1880 of $0,338,057,
Full Dress White Vests,
I I ! Ill I
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Goo. Passavant, Switzerland ; J.
W. Mister, Boston ; W. Gcrstle, S.
F. ; Miss L. A. Shute, Boston ; Mrs.
M. G. Plnkei ton, Boston; Miss A.
Porter, Cal.; Miss Poiter, Cal. ; T.
G. Carson and wife, Cal. ; Miss Day,
Hartford, Conn. ; Mrs. Rogers,
Boston ; Miss N. Pettibone, Buffalo,
N. Y. ; H. C. Houdlette, S S. Aus
tralia; C. M. Schoomaker, U. S.
Navy ; W. G. Hammer, N. Y. ; A.
G. Gubell, U. S. S. Adams; T. G.
Downey, U. S. F. S. Vnndalia; W.
G. llammon, U. S. Navy ; C. Men
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
DOLE, J., 1'KKSiniXG.
Tui.sd.vy, April 3d.
The Court opened at !) :30 a. m.
Hawaiian jurors in attendance. At
1 v. ji. takes a recess until 2 l. m.,
when case calendar No. 9 will be
Kcamnlu (k) vs. Luhau (k) and
Mannia (k), ejectment. Continued
fiom Januay (1888) Term. Partly
heard yesterday and continued until
to-day. Being tried before a Ha
waiian Jury. Jurv retire at 1 v. m.
F. M. Hatch for plaintiff ; W. A.
Kinney for defendants.
Wednesday, April 4th.
The Court opened at 9 :30 a. m.
Hawaiian jurors in attendance. Ha
waiian jurors excused until notified
to attend for Mixed Jury cases. Re
cess at 12.01 v. jr. until 1 i si.,
when the Couat will probably hear
some divorce cases.
J. Okuu vs. J. N. Kaiaikawaha,
icplcvin. Tried at January Term
and vcidict for plaintiff. Defen
dant's motion for a new trial, was
heard January 30, 1888, by Judd,
C. J., and on February 0, 1888,
motion was granted. Continued
from 2nd instant. Tried before a
Hawaiian Jury. Jury without le
tiring at 11.40 a. m., render a
unanimous verdict for plaintiff,
under instructions of the Couit and
on motion of plaintiff.
A. Rosa for plaintiff ; "W. A. Kin
ney for defendant.
HONOLULU PEOPLE ABROAD.
THE K003I 13 OVER.
A letter from Mr. Yates, former
ly of this city, dated San Diego,
Mar. 17, says :
Admiial Jackson, admiral of the
"King's navee," is a book agent in
Met Mr. J. T. Dare, ex Hawaiian
Minister, is in good health and doJ
Mr. .Davcy, lately foreman for
Lucas's mill, is in business with a
man named Cavanagh, and is doing
Bill Crooks is heie at his old
calling, slinging gin over the bar.
"W. S. Bartlett, formerly of the
Hawaiian Hotel, was here, but has
gone north again.
Joe 'Wiseman may often be seen
on the streets, seated behind a flash
A number of other ex-Honolulu
people have been seen in San Diego.
Major Hills was here but did not
The boom is over, and real
estate is declining. Provisions arc
high and the cost of living is twice
as great as in Honolulu.
A f oui -roomed cottage costs from
$33 to 810 a month, mid a furnished
loom from 20 to S30.
The town is ovcirun, the mecha
nics being too numerous to mention,
and the number of people out of em
ployment is enormous. Mnny who
have a few dollars left arc departing
with all possible basto, mostly the
northward. Would advise no one
to come here to seek employment.
The butler, cheese and maple
sugar producers of Vermont have
organized a Slate Board of Trade.
A system of distributing com
picbscd air for motive-power pur
poses has been lately inaugurated
In the adulteration of lard in the
United States there were used last
yeir f0, 000,000 pounds of cotton
Insurance rates at Montreal, Ca
nada, will be raised 20 per cent on
all except dwclling-houso and three
The miners of Wood River, Idaho,
were successful iu their fight against
a reduction of from S3 50 to 83 per
Most of the barber siiops of St.
Louis aro run by colored barbers.
There aro very few white haibera in
Rico & Grillln, sash and blind
manufacturers of Worcester, Mass.,
have divided 81,-17G among their
employes a3 their share of the pro
fits of 1887.
Tahiti Lemonade Works,
OUblOMKHS who have on hand any
of our Bottles or Cases, would
fireatly obligo by bonding word to tho
Depot, 28 Merchant street, mul they will
at once bo called for.
Our II tiles ii'c all crystal valvo, and
tho words "TaIIHT LEMONADE
WORKS'1 blown ihueon.
Bell Telephone 173.
Mutual Telephone 3C0.
45 tf J. E. BROWN & CO.
JiOok nt tho Cine r.lno of
Tho Arcado-EGVN & CO.
liiitcHt Mt.t ten.
Late Foreign iftiews.
Moscow, March 14. Seventeen
thousand copies of a circular pur
porting to have been issued by tho
Governor of Saratoff have been dis
tributed throughout that Province,
stating that during a. tour of inspec
tion iu 1887 the Governor observed
everywhere destitution ami ruin
among the people, and suggesting
the neceisity of an early investiga
tion and measures for iclief, and
requesting tho people to express an
opinion as to whether tho destitu
tion was caused by economic condi
tions or whether the social life of tho
people is the root of the evil.
The Moscow "Gazette" says it
suspects tho letter i3 a forgery, but
if genuine it asks whether this is the
beginning of universal suffiage in
Russia and the summoning of tho
Berlin, March 1L Advanced
Conservative newspapers cxpicssed
disappointment nt I'reucricK's pro
clamation, which they call Kmpcior
Frederick's effusions, considering
his views antiquated and not corres
ponding with the great questions of
the day. Conservative papers re
serve their opinion except to reject
the idea that his reference to reli
gious toleration is directed against
any anti-Semitic campaign. The
Liberals greatly approve his utter
ances, while scientific and ait cir
cles greet them as heralding a new
Newspapers of all the European
Capitals praise the utterances of
Frederick, but there is much dis
cussion as to whether or not the
chai actor of his proclamation is due
to assistance from Bismarck. The
only note of disatlegiance heard as
yet emanates from tho anti-Semitic
party, both in Germany and Austria.
London, March 19. James G.
Blanc in a piivate letter written from
Florence to a London friend, states lie
will visit London in May and reach
New York about the end of June.
His return to America," be says, has
no political significance whatever,
and lie will, under no circumstances,
peisonally participate in the coming
Pestli, March 22. The situation
in the flooded districts in Hungary
is appalling. The dykes nt Bckcs
arc filling and tho town is doomed.
Fifty or more houses have already
collapsed. Floating ice has des
troyed the houses in Dannplin.
Sofia, March 22. The council of
Ministers has decided not to reply
to the Porte's dispatch declaring
Prince Ferdinand's position illegal.
Munitions are being forwarded to
tho troops on the frontier.
Vienna, March 22. The King of
Roumauia conferred to-day with
the Emperor and the leading mili
tary ollicials. It is supposed the
object was to discuss the probable
invasion of Bulgaria by the Rus
sians. London, Marcli 22. All countries
rcpicsented at the resent Sugar
Bounties Conference, with the ex
ception of France have sent replies
to the British Government favoiablo
to the abolition of sugar bounties.
Shanghai, March 20. The eaith
quake shocks in Yunnan continued
three weeks, destroying several
towns and causing much damage to
shipping. At Kien-Shin 4,000 per
sons weic killed.
London, March 22. The inhabi
tants of Padasa have l evoked against
the British-Borneo Company, and
have murdered four policemen and
burned the town of Baku. They
also attempted to destroy Mamba-
Kuk, but were prevented by the in
terference on the British man-of-war
London, March 22. Advices
from Rangoon say the town of My
ing Yan, nn impoitant military post
in upper Burmah, lias been destroy
ed by fire. Fifteen thousand per
sons arc left without homes, and nn
inimeuse quantity of grain, hides
and other pioperty was dcstioycd.
rpiIREK COTTAGES in
at the Fish Market.
COTTAGE TO LET.
tlm Post Ofllcu.
able for a bachelor
89 tf J M. MONSARRAT
COTTAGES TO LET.
qpwO COTTAGES fully
X appointed, bcautlfiijly
located, within 5 minutes
walk of thu Post Olllce. An opportu.
nlty seldom ollcrcd to Fpcuro a comfort
able home within easy reach of tho
butilucfcH part of the city. For parti.
ciilars inquire ai
001 tf GULTOK'S AGENCY,
COTTAGE TO LET ON
BETWEEN l'llkol ami
uiimoku street . lot
thinuijh to KIiimi stuct, 100
feet frontngo, Gio'l pasturage. Coltif,'i)
contains 5 room", cimiucu house at.d
ttablea for 3 or 4 lioisos. llcnt C0 per
nioutU. Apply to
J. E. BHOWN & CO.,
U tf 28 Merchant street.
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
JLYJL Ijato lust received ev Australia
nnothcr lot of hat " VHlLADKlil'HI V
LA.QER UEER" In kegs, which they
nre offering to their customers. 907 lw
HE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
ninM, popular paper published.
TAHITI LEMONADE STEAM
WORKS, SUNNY SOUTH.
Tho valuu of modirn machinery as pro
ducing a superior article, togclhcr with
scrupulous attention to all details, is
attested by liu gel v Incrcasul consump
tion of Aerated Waters manufactured
by tho undersigned. .1. 1). Brown,
Depot 18 Merchant street. 007 lw
the Klm-uoni "Teh
60 cents per month.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas Mill.
X for Is the
cents per month.
PAPER to subscribe
"Daily Uullctln." 00
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
fornia Poit, Madeira aud Malaga,
for satu in kef- and c.i'-cs by
GONSAL.VES & CO.,
Gl Queen streot.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will bo gratefully receiv
ed for the use of the Inmates of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Knknako,
oral the Leper Bdtlment on Molokai,
if left with J. T. "Walcrhousc, jr., at tho
Queen Street Store. tifcf tf
MISS. P. TIIIELE,
On Bcretauia sticot nenr Piikoi.
(Formerly McGuirc's House,)
Kindorgarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Alfeo, French nnd German taught, and
Mus-ic Lesions given.
A safe conveyance will call for and re
turn chihiien living at a dittnticc.
73 Mutual Telephone No. 501. 2m
For San Francisco.
The Occidental & Oriental S. S. Com.
pany's line steamship
Will sail for S'in Francisco
On or about the 4th of April, '88.
For freight and passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
902 7t Agents.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Wo aro glad to know that nn intelligent
community appreciate and patronizo
on iiibtiiutieu, that has FIHST,
J,A.bT and ALL THi: TIMC,
gircn paiticulaily brilliant
Wc hftTo existed, and by the PEOPLE'S
VOTE we desire to exist. Drivo aficr
drive have v,c given, and thousand upon
thousand high priced GOODS have
lloatcd out to the populace, at
comparatively SMALL COST.
LONG LIVE THE
Bargain Sales !
Ss SiiyH the 1'cojple.
Thli Week we continue our SPECIAL
CHEAP SALE. Every Aitlclo
is lltrUcd Down.
Our $4 00 Jckovs will bo sold (or $2 00
Our $5 00 Jcrsoys will bo sold (or $3 00
Our $6 00 Jerseys will bo said (or $4 25
Our $8 00 Jorsoys will bo sold lor $5 00
MpecInJ Itrtrcninu In
Rims, Hals, Laces
Black, Cream & White Brocaded
tarWc ofl'er Extraordinary Bargains
in Odd Lots. Himnants and Odds and
Chas. J. Fishel,
Corner Fort end Hotel Sts.
JOB PRINTING o all Ulndi oio.
culed at Hie Daily Bulletin Office
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
By the Steamer Australia, due here on
April 3rd, Mr. Ehrlich 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 this market.
The entire lot of these goods will be 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.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
All kinds of Bi-aclcets, at
G. WEST- & CO.'S,
A. large assortment of Bird Cayes, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Crockery, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Artotypcs and New Chromos, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Erames, at
Scrap Books, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Bedroom Furniture, Book Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
C. WEST & CO.'S.
Doll Carriages, Boy's
Wheel Barrows, at
ii. WEST & CO.'S.
Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
G. WEST &
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Accordeons, Drums, Flutes,
Yiolins, Banjos, &e., fcc., at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at
G, WEST & CO.'S,
Picture Frames, Cornices and
Pianos and ull kinds of Musical
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street
11 AS JUST
& Bacon, Kits Salmon Uellies, Kits Mackerel. Kerg
. Kegs Pork. Smoked Ilnlilnifc. KstraSoloot nVctnra e..i.
nnberry Sauco, Boston Brown Bread, Table Fruits,' Gerraen!
Huckinu & Franco American Feed Co.'h AHMort'd Soup.
ItWges Food, Imperial Granum, Ilollcd Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Oaten Wafers, Snow Fiako & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Wafers, Chocolato Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes,
Dates, Nuts, Apples, French Peas. Pop Corn, Garden Seeds,
Wheat, Flour, Butter, Honey, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
And a General Assort of Staple & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times.
Jttar- Leave your orders, or ring up 113, -s
Bags, Dressing Cases, Albums and
Carts and Small
Mattrasscs made to order at
Instruments Tuned and