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for Faacy Goods & Trimmings,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
TIIUBSDAY, AP1UL 12, 1888.
Schr Manuoltawnl fiom Koolnu
Stinr J A Ciiuiiiilns fiom Koolnu
fcehr Mnry fiom Kiuuil
Schr Llhollho fiom Kuknlnu
Bk Jus A Kin jr. for Poi t Tow nscnd
Schr Mnnttokaw nl for llccln nt 3 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
StmrWG Hull for Lihntnn, Mnnlaca,
Konii suiil Knu at 10 a m
Bgtne Consuelo for Mm Francisco
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTsT"
Schr Manuokawal COO bgs rice.
The bktno Kll.i sailed for San Fran
cisco yesterday, taking G,013 be;s sugar,
valued at $74,a00
At Honolulu, April tilth, Pedro, In
fant sou of Joaqultn and Catbiiriua
Mendonca, aged 0 months.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Pkof. M. Scott, tho Bishop of Olba,
and Father Clement are booked to
leave by the Btenmor Hall, to-morrow
A LAitUK ciowd gathered at the fish
market this morning to hear a white
man and a Chinaman wrangling over
the right of a tablo stand.
"Cr.NTitAL American Canals" will
be the subject of an essay, by Mr.
Grecnhalgh, at the meeting of tho
Debating Club, this owning.
At the meeting of Geo. 'W. Do
'Long l'ost, G. A. it., on Tuesday
night, a committee was appointed to
arrange for the proper celebration
of memorial day.
The machinery of the I. I. S. N.
Co.'s naptha launch was tried yes
terday and to-day. It docs not work
perfectly smooth yet, but improves
after each working.
There arc about 500 piles belong
ing to the Governmcnt'mooied back
of tho P. M. S. 8. dock. Theso piles,
it is reported, will shortly bo used for
wharf extensions near tho fish mni
ket. The "engaged" Bhould call and sec
tho dinner Bets adveitised by Mr.
Sproull. They aro tho production
of tho well known firm of W. T.
Copoland & Sons., who have been in
tho trado since the year 1770.
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The following persons are booked
to leave by tho barkentino S. N. Cas
tle for San Fiaucibco next Saturday:
Mrs. Capt. Coon, Mrs. Worth, W. T.
Rhoads, Mis. it. Love and child, Mrs.
J. M. Oat and child, W. Love and
Mrs. J. A. McKenzie.
Miss Hattio Ncehham, Miss Rose
Silver and Thos. J. Cummins havo
engaged patsago for San Fmncisco
by the brigantino Consuelo to-monow
at noon. Two ladies names not yet
known havo also applied for berths
by tho Consuelo, to-morrow.
It was stated on change this
morning that Messrs. Brown & Co.,
,wino and spirit merchants, had
made an assignment for the bonefit
of their crcditois. The largest credi
tors aro said to bo A. J. Cartwright,
Henry Macfarlano, Bishop & Co.,
and Lilienthal & Co., of San Fran
cisco. Mn, W. C. Parko notifies the credi
tors of the estate of P. Kauimakaolc
& Co., that ho will apply to tho Chief
Justico of the Supreme Court- at his
chambers at 10 a. m. on Fiiday, the
13th day of April, for a discharge
from all liability as assignee of said
estato and for an order to makes a
Mn. Henry Macfarlano was seen in
town this morning for a few minutes,
but his physicians ha.vo absolutely
forbid him from attending to any
business whatever. Ho js on a visit
to his children this week at Waikiki,
and will loturn to tho bracing cli
mate of Wnimea, Hawaii, next week
for a 3 months' rest.
Tun petition of tho "Paradiso of
tho Pacific" to bo presented to tho
Legislatuio contains about 100 names
already, among thorn those of W. F.
Allon, Alex. McKibbin, Dr. McGrew,
II. A. Parmalue, Allon Herbert, V. O.
Wilder, 1). F. Dillingham rE. O. Hall
it Son, Benson it Smith, II. E. Moln
tyio.Jns. O, Spencer, S. B. Rose, H.
R. Hollister, Captain J. A. King, V.
G. Jrwjn nnd otliois,
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
IJEFOItn DOI.13, J
TnuusiuY, April 11th.
Tho Court opened at 9 :80 a. m.
Forrjgn jurors in attendance. Re
cess af 12 noon till 1 r. m.
J". S. Martin ys, . B, Kerr, tres
pass. Being tiled before a Jforpign
Ashford and Ashford for plain
tiff! A. S. Ilartwell and A. O.
Sniitb for defendant.
Senator pawps iad. to correct tljo
languago of a Senate bill which con
tained the word 'Henmcd". where
' taught" ohould have heen. Now
we know why they havo scorpt sps
eions of tho Senate, -Boston Globe,
Hew Shades in Dress Goods.
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Medina of Kntrino Co. No. 1
Co. A Honolulu Rides drills at
Thu Debating Socioty will meet
in the hall of Oalni Lodge K. of P.
at 7:30 o'clock.
The regular monthly meeting of
tlio Ladies' Society of the Central
Union Church in tho parlors of the
church at 7:30 o'clock.
AUCTIOH SALES TO-MORROW.
nV .T. V. MOltOAN.
At tho Pacific Mail wharf,
n. in., 40 bbls. White Hro.B
laud Cement, damaged by water.
EVENING AUCTION SALE.
Messrs. G. "W. Macfavlnnc & Co.
will hold a continuation salo at auc
tion on Saturday evening of this
week, at which time there will be
offered ladies' dress goods, bric-a-brac,
oil paintings and steel engrav
ings, carpets and nigs, music boxes,
ladies' fans, and a lino line of Eng
lish parlor and chamber furniture.
See advertisement in to-moi row's
A DEAD FRONT.
There was a lull in the shipping
to-day, mostly on account of no
vessels with much sugar arriving.
From the boat landing near Brew
er's wharf to the fish market was
about dead this forenoon, while
along the other pait of the city
front was not much better. A sense
of drowsiness was noticeable among
the stovedoies, while tho sailors of
the ships were more or less sleepy.
JAPANESE Y. M. C. A.
The semi-annual meeting of this
organization was held last Saturday
evening in Queen Emma Hall.
Eleven new metnbcis were received.
The old olllcers were re-elected, and
vacancies in the standing commit
tees were filled. M. Fujita read an
English essay, and Rev. Mr. Mi
yama gave an address in Japanese.
During the absence of Mr. Shimizu
on his tour to Hawaii and Maui,
several members volunteered to be
responsible for the English evening
school he has kept up during his
stay in Honolulu. Rev. Mr. Mi
yama has rented the house on Nuu
unu street just above the first
bridge, and will make that the
headquarteis for his work among the
Japanese. Mr. Ukai, who has come
to Honolulu with him, will devote
himself especially to the intcicsts of
tho Japanese Mutual Benefit Union.
THE LAST OF THE MILK TRUST.
In justice to the Woodlawn Dairy
and Stock Co. , I wish to state pub
licly that they did not lcfuse to pay
for milk received that all business
matters between us have been very
smooth that I have never had any
intention of joining or aiding any
Milk Trust and consider that Mr.
Dillingham and myself did not have
any written argreement and the milk
on trial proving unsatisfactory,
the Woodlawn Dairy and Stock
Co., have given notice through their
manager Mr. John Grace that they
did not wish any more of it. Do
not blame anyone in the matter and
wisli to have a luny rest in rcgaid
to milk, etc., as I prefer good whis
key in mine. Yours etc.
A SAD MISTAKE PERHAPS.
As it not b:u cly possible that, in
the haste to enlighten us there has
been a sad mistake made? I allude to
the poles nnd suspensions of the
electric lights. The light itself is
all that could be desired if (list the
poles were not so high, nor the
lights suspended so high. It has
been necessary to cut away many
choice tiees, and we all know how
proud we are who have tho beautiful
ponciania rigia in front of our
houses, and there arc many associa
tions connected with many of tho
trees which have been sacrificed to,
I trust I may be pardoned if I term
it, a blunder. It has been fully
demonstrated in other cities that a
light above the trcc3 is not the cor
rect thing, and after doing as has
been dono here, the trees have been
left to beautify tho cities, and the
poles and towers removed, nnd the
lights placed on regular lamp-posts,
or those corresponding in height.
This I am convinced will bo tho result
hero, after an experiment is made.
Besides the wires aro dangerous,
aud after a serious accident or two
happens, even our experienced elec-
terician will acknowledge that such
a thing is possible. Although a con
tract exists for lighting (?) the
streets with something diffeicnt
from tho electric light, no doubt an
arrangement could bo effected, to
discontinue tho use of these lamps,
and the posts bo used for the clue-'
trio lights and the wires all run
under ground. It might at least bo
tried. Had wo buildings of six or
eight stories high the present sys
tem would bo ull right, but wp want
tho light on the giound, and wo
don't want our trees cut away, nor
our firemen killed by contact with
tho wires. Iv.
It has been estimated that in New
York city about two million fivo
hundred thousand hales of hay two
Bargains in Embroideries,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
NOTES ABOUT CATTLE AILMENTS.
"Pelura Pneumonia," which is
quite prevalent in parte of tho Uni
ted Jtates has not yet, as far as
known, reached Uio Hawaiian Isl
ands. And as all stock coming here
is to bo examined by Dr. How at, V.
S., boforo they arc lauded, or if ho
is not at hand to be quarantined un
til examined, the probability of its.
reaching the island is slim.
One of the four head of cattle
that came from tho Colonies by the
S. S. Zealandia tho other day, is
sick, Dr. Rowat believes from tho
effects of tho voyage merely.
A few cases of glanders among
horses have- been discovered of late.
One of these was at Waialua and 4
or 5 on Knuai. In each oaso the af
flicted animal has been shot.
A disease of the lungs (Tubercu
losis), has appeared among homed
cattle iu some parts of the islands,
and is receiving tho attention of Dr.
Rowat. This disease appears to af
flict mostly thoroughbred cattle, and
those feeding on marshy giound arc
more liable to it than those grazing
on the uplands. Dr. Rowat has
made a thorough examination, and
found no trace of tho disease among
milch cows. The doctor thinks the
sickness can bo wiped out in a Bhort
TOO GOODY GOODY.
Editor Bulletin: "That pict
ure" in tho Gazette of to-day is so
amusing ; it is enough to make a
horse laugh. "Appalling expos
uies of ofllcial dishonesty, economic
problems utterly battling tho minds
selected by free suffrage to solve
them. Legislators in a state of
maudlin drunkenness interrupting
the order of business such arc tho
scandals that load the prcs3 from
every civilized quaiter. Few, if
any of them can be duplicated in
the remotest degree" pure and
saintly "fiom the record of the
present Govcrnmcn," "and
what is better, nobody expects ever
to be put to shame by any such con
duct on the part of administrators
or legislators now managing Hawai
ian affairs." The Canadian impor
tation seems to be almost, if not
quite, immaculate. Bless us, what
a relief to our poor little population
to have such pure self-negated pa
triots in the Ministry the writer
adding legislators, that it might not
appear as praising one's self, you
knew. What could we do here
without a first class toady, as re
presented by the Gazette.
Give us a Rkst.
HEAL DOW KNOCKED OUT.
Editor BuLLivm: It would ap
pear that Prohibition is not progress
ing satisfactorily in the banner Pro
hibition state, as the following
Associated Press despatched to the
San Francisco "Bulletin" would in
dicate. Portland (Me.), March 5. The
local election to-da' resulted in the
overwhelming rout of Neal Dow's
ticket. The Prohibitionists named
him for Mayor and the Democrats
indorsed him, but Chapman was re
elected by 1G00 majority, which is
twice the averjgo of other years.
Every Alderman elected is Republi
can, even in the two Democratic
wards. The fight was very bitter,
especially at the close.
A COUGH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-riVB CENTS TER POUND.
Initatcd tlnoats and annoying
coughs aro quickly relieved by tho
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at tho Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of P. Horn. Plenty of testi
A BOY'S TRUE HEROISM.
In the Bobleiu Library at Oxford
is a most tsuching record of heroism
and self-sacrifice on tho part of a
child a record to touch ones' heart
with its pathos. The tower door of
St. Leonard's Church, Uridgewater,
England, was left open, and two
young boys, wandering in, were
tempted to climb to the upper part
nnd scramblo from beam to beam.
All at once a joist gave way. Tho
beam on which they were standing
became displaced. Tho elder had
just time to grasp it when falling,
whilo the younger, slipping over his
hod' caught hold of his comrades
legs. In this fearful position the
poor lads hung, crying vainly for
help, for no ono was near.
At length the boy clinging to the
beam became exhausted. Ho could
no longer support the weight, lie
called out to the lad below tiiat they
were both done for.
"Could you save yourself if I
wero to loose you?" replied tho lit
"I think I could," returned tho
"Then flood-by and God bless
you I" leplicd tho little fellow, loos
ing his hold.
Another second and ho was dash
ed to pieces on the stone (loor below.
Jlis companion clambered to n placo
of safety. riiaptist Weekly.
Small Hoy (to Solomon Isaacs)
Say, Mr. Isaacs, do you know your
two oyes resemble- tho palace and
prison in Venice? Solomon Isaaos
Yell, no; how docs dotgombo?
Small Hoy Tho bridge of size is
Barg'ns to Mroid'cd Dresses,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Worry is tho cause of more trou
ble than any other one thing, not
excepting alcohol ; for it leads men
to murder, suicide, embezzlement,
insanity, drink, family estrange
ments, quarrels and business diffi
culties. Worried people cannot
make good bargains ; their judgments
become bo warped or twisted,
through dwelling too long on tho
same subject; with those subjects
they arc no clearer at the end of
their thinking than they were at tho
beginning. There aro multitudes
of deaths every year attributed to
regular specific diseases, as typhoid
fever, dyspepsia, consumption and
hcait disease, which have for their
cause worry. Worry induces such
a condition of body that it readily
receives the germs of disease.
To one who was accustomed to
worry, a friend said, who avoided
worry as much as possible, "What
would you do if you stopped every
time to consider tho possibilities of
of every act. I knew of a woman
who walked carefulhy across a
smooth carpeted floor: she fell,
broke her hip joint and died in a
few days. I knew of a neighbor
who ate his dinner, and fell dead as
he rose from the table. Another
went to sleep well and never woke ;
another rode out and was killed."
Thus instance after instance might
be mentioned, for every daily act, if
we had traveled, or read much, or
met many persons.
Occasionally we meet people who
can truly be called born fretters ;
they fret at everything, and soven
days and seven nights scarcely give
them time enough during the week
to do all the woirying they aro cap
able of doing; as for any one living
with them, it is their worst punish
ment that they have to endure them
selves. Wo daily meet faces that show
the results of worry; they are
seamed, and wrinkled and full of
lines. They should be a warning
to us. If the time and strength
spent in wony could be used in self
improvement and benefiting those
near us, there would he many
changes in every community.
A fnshion item states that seal
skin sacques are now made so that
they cannot be distinguished from
seal plush. Xifc.
THE DAILY BULLETIN Tho
moot popular paper published.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL advertise it iu the Daily BullbtinJ
TAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
-J 40 column'. $2 prr inmim,
TAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kcnr of Lucaa' Mill,
T)Y a young Americnu girl, n shun
jlt tion ns
ut this office.
A COPY of " Indigenous Flowers of
Hawaiian Inlands." Miibt be in
good condition. Address P. O. Box No.
44. Stating terms. 12 8t
NEITHEIt the captain nor tho agcr
of the British bark "Natuua'Mv
bo responsible for any debts contracted
by tho olllcers or crew of tsaid vessel.
F. A. SOHAEFEIl & CO.
14 3t Agents.
Tim undersigned having received or.
Australia a shipment of Counter
fcfy phons of uu improved type, are now
prepared to supply saloons and others
with Plain Soda, Ginger Ale and Tahiti
Lemonade put up iu this convenient
foim, at low rates.
J. K BllOWN & CO..
Proprietors Tahiti Lemonade Works,
28 Merchant Street 00 lm
An Invoice of White Bros.'
JFor Salo at Lowest Kates
IN LOTS TO SUIT
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
NUUANU mr STREET,
(Opposite Queen Emma Hull,)
The Best Lunch berved in this City,
with every luxury procurable
in the Market.
910 JAPANESE KINTARO CO. 8t
NOTICE of REVOCATION.
NOTICE Is heroby given that the
po"vcr of attorney given to (J
ChfongPlng dated October 1, 1880, is
hereby revoked, nnd said Q, Cheong
Ping Is no longer authorized to net for,
or bign oui llrra naino, or to bind tho
dim In miv miunier.
WINO ON WO COMPANY,
Honolulu, April 0, 1888.
From and after the abovo date Mr.
Man Chip only is authorized by full
power of nttoruiy to act for us in oil
matters. AV, O. W. Co.
PffiJ Bpring Slimmer Clothing,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
THE BEST ICE CREAM. Cakes
JL and Candles at tho Jillie. 13 lw
TME GROSSTE AUSWAHLvon
XJ ftlncu .SUbcr Wnaren fur llorh.
GENTLEMEN ABOUT purchns.
lng wedding presents will find a
lino assortment of Solid Silver Ware nt
tho store of M. Mclncmy. 03 tf
INEST BRANDS OF CALI
fornin Pott, Madeira and Malaga,
for sale in kegs and cases by
GONSALVES &. CO.,
01 Queen street.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will bo gratefully rccclv.
cd for lliu use of the Inmates of tho
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Knkaako,
or nt the Leper SUtlracnt on Molokal,
if left with J. T. Waterhousc, jr., at tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
MISS. P. THEELE,
On Bcretania strcot nonr Piikol.
(Formerly McQulro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Dally, & Boarding School.
Also, Frencli and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A snfo convcyunco will call for and re
turn children living at a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone Ko. 504. pim
CSS" No. 31 Bcretanin Street. -a
WALKER & EEDWAED,
CoutraatorN vs Bxilltlerw.
Brick, Stone and Wooden Buildings; cs
timatcs given. Jobbing promptly at
tended to. 10 King street. Bell Tele
phono N". 2. P. O. Box, 423. ap B.ly
A SMALL LOT OF THE CELEBRATED
"The Queen of Table Waters."
FOR SALB AT
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
Cooked Taro Flour 1
Tho Now Process to make tho Best
of Poi with hardly any
THE Hawaiian Fruit it Taro Com.
pany of Woiluku, Maui, will be
prepared to supply tho public of Hono
lulu and the other Islands, on the 2nd
day of April, 188S, with a new prennm.
tion of Taro Flour called COOKED
TARO FLOUR. This article Is far
supeiior to tho old raw Taro Flour.
This article is already cooked and It re
quires hardly any work to make the
best of Pol and other receipts, by add
ing Cooked Taro Flour to boiling hot
water like preparing corn meal your
Poi is made ai once. Thoso ileiiriii!;
tour Poi vrill huvu to let it stand 24
liouis. If too thin or hour add fresh
paste of Cooked Taro Flour. Our re.
ceipts with each bags will give full pnr
tlcuhirs. If our directions with each
bae; are strictly followed It will not
fail to make tho cleanest and best of
Poi. This new process of Cooked Taro
Flour is mado by machinery so thero
cau not be any dirtiness or llllhiticss in
this way of making Pol. All grocery
stores will bo furnished with Cooked
Taro Flour on tho above date. Our re
tail price per 5 lb. bag will bo 40 cents
per Bag In Honolulu. Any over-charge
will bo refunded by notifying W. II.
Cummingb, Hell Tclcpliouo No. 323. All
orders from thu other Islands can be
filled by tending your order to
W. H. DANIELS, Monagor,
W. H. CUMMINQS, Agent,
B The Company Is prepared If to
desired to supply hard Poi, not includ-
ing lots of water, In one or more barrels
or bag lots, nt lowest possible prices.
COTTAGE TO IiE'f
"I7IYE minutes' walk from
X' tho Pet Office.
able for a bachelor.
J. M. MONSAHUAT.
at the Fish Market.
COTTAGES TO LET.
TWO COTTAGES fully
located, within R minutes'
walk of the Post Offlcc. An oppoi Ut
ility seldom offered to secure- a comfort,
able homo within easy reach of tho
business part of tho city. For parti,
culars Inqulro at
1)04 tf GULIOK'S AGENCY.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
BETWKH.V PllkoI and Kce
uiimoku struct, lot inns
!i2l throuch to Kiuau suret, 100
feu frontage. GooJ iMittuiage. Cottsga
contain fi rooms, carriage lioiiho nuil
itnblcs for a or 4 horses. Hem 20 per
moutti. Apply to
J. L llllOWN & CO.,
4 tf 2d Merchant street;
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
By the S. S. Mariposa, due here on the
12th, Mr. Ehrlieh will return to Honolulu
with the balance of the Stock of Goods ad
vertised to arrive here on the Australia.
Tho Goods which were purchased in San
Francisco arrived on the Australia and are
now open for inspection, but those pur
chased in New York did not arrive in San
Francisco in time to be shipped on that
steamer owing to some delay in railroad
They will be herOj however, on the 12th,
and will bo well-worth inspection to which
the public is cordially invited.
63 & 65 Fort street.
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
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Arto types and New Chromes,' at
G. WESJ & CO.'S.
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Frames, at
Bedroom Furniture, Book Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
G. WEST & CO.'S. '
Baby Carriages, Doll Carriages, Boy's Carts and Small
"Wheel Barrows, at
CS. WKST & CO.'S.
Combs, Brushes, Pans and Dolls, at
, a. westjg co.'s.
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Accordeons, Drums, Plutes,
Violins, Banjos, &c., &c., at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at -
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Picture Frames, Cornices and
Pianos and all kinds
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
EST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
Dupco Hums & Bacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kit Mackerel, KVb
Beef, Kegs Pork, Smoketl Halibut, Extra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Brown Bread, Tnblo Fruits, Gormen,
Illicit inn &, Franco American Feeil Co.'h Asort'l Honpn,
Ridges Food, Imperial Granum, Rolled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flako & 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 Tfaies.
jj" Ieavo your orders, or ring up U'J. -
to order, at
of Musical Instruments Tuned .nnd