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For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1888.
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Ship Tho? liell from Cadlff via Madeira
Sunt- Iwalanl from lianiaUun
Stmr .ins JInLee fiom Kauiil
Sohr Mille Moi i Is from Koolnu
Schr Kaaloknl from Kauai
Sebr Ilceln Kooltut
April 13 , , ., ,
Stmr W O Hull for Lnliulna, Maalaca,
Koiia ami Kan al 10 a m
lWno Coiisuclo for tan Pranelseo
For San Kianetsco, per bjjl no Coii
suclo, Apill 111 -Miss llatllo .Nccdhum,
11 Escono and -wife, Miss Hoc bilva, A
F Konda and T .J Oimunliiffs.
For Ban Tianclsco, per bark Sataea,
Apill 13 A Jobinseit, wlfo and 5 ollll
dien, .!' Servcucn, wife uud 3 elill
drcn, A OKen, wife and elilld, and Mis
T Abraluuiien and li clilldicn.
For Maul and Hawaii, per sttnr W O
Hall, Ainll 1 II M Giecuwall, 0 ,
Spencer, l s J Sou.a, A llminoberg, A
Akana, W J Foi-ytli, D Fook. W 31
tecott and son, Bishop of 01 b.i, JMe
Gueeny, Father Clement. V 31 Giffaid
and 75 deck.
From Hiimakiu, per stiiir twain n ,
Apiil 13 Mele Kaupc, 31 till. Kauhl,
Apol and wife nud 4 Chinamen.
From Kauai, per stmr Jas Makcc,
Apill 13 Jlis-heim.in and child, and
CARCUES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwal.uil-5,GGS bgs sugar.
Jas iViakec 2,530 URS sugar.
Tho Cotisuelo took for San Fi anuiseo
this afternoon 2,878 bgsrlco. '1,272 bgs
su"-ar, i! bnolis bananas and 28 bgs mo
lasses. Value 838.u01.31.
The ufcS.iraca cleat cd for San 1 lan
oiseo to-diy with 20,1:14 tigs biigar,
weighing 2,387,727 lbs, and valued at
LOGAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The "Owl" for Apiil is out.
Bakoains will bo had nt Macfar
lane's evening sale Saturday night.
Do not forg"t the evening bale at
a V Mnetfailane ifcCo.'s, on Satur
Goons will be sold at cost at Mac
farlane's ovening side on Saturday
A -MAitninn couple and a single
man can obtain a (situation by apply
ing to J. E. Brown & Co.
Mb. J. M. Hoinei and wife went
from Ilonokaa to Lahaina by the last
tiip of tho steamer Iwalani.
Tun II. Y. & B. C. held a meeting
this afternoon to consider the names
of seeral applicants for membership.
Thk firo police called a meeting
last evening, but having no quorum,
adjourned until next Thuisday oven-ink'-
The Hawaiian Band will play dur
ing the baseball game at Makiki, to
morrow afternoon, instead of at
Tin: filling up of holes on the Pa
lama road, by the Road Supeivisor,
is being nicely done, and is appic
ciatcd by J'alama travelers.
Mu. John Babcock, lately shipping
clerk for tho Pacific Navigation Co ,
loft for l'oit Townscnd by the baik
Jas. A. King, last ovening, aim win
stick his piospectivo tiowcl in the
soil of America.
A full houso listened with closo
attention to Mr. Greenhalgli'a paper
on Ccntial Anieiican Canals, read at
the meeting of tho Debating Society,
last night. Mr. Iloogb having icsigned
his oflico jis ticisuror, Mr. N. Logan
was elected to tho vacancy. The
subject of -"trusts" was announced
for debato at te next meeting.
An auciont Japanese coat-of-mail
isrepoitedto bavo been uneatthed
recently near Victoria, B. C, in dig
ging a well four fcot below the sui
faco. It ' such armor as was mado
by the Japanese 200 or 300 yeais ago.
Some yeais siuco a number of Japa
nese coins wero found , in cahns, oi
stone graves, in tlio neighborhood of
Victoria. These finds indicate a visit
of Japanese to the legion.
Tenders for printing and binding
tho Reports of tho Minister of Inte
rior, Board of Health and Boaul of
Immigration,Euglish and Hawaiian:
Pacific Commercial Adveitiser
Ter page, plain typo $8 10
Per Page, rules and figmes,
Long Primer 3 00
Per page, rules ami figures,
Brevier 4 u
Per page, rules and ilgurcs,
Per page, plain type
Per page, rules and figures.
Press Publisning Co.
Per page S'l 75
The contract was awarded to the
Hawaiian Gazette, in both lang
uages. The Elele and Buixiuin odlces
did not tender.
A man who has been turning one
dollar bills into fifty-dollar bills was
arrested at New Orleans tho other
day. As he was unable to provo
bis connection with any recognized
trust, lie was sent to jail. Memphis
New Shades in Dress Goods,
The Arcado-EGAW & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Pacific Dcurcc Lodjie No.
Daughters of Rebecca, meet in Ex
celsior .Lodge room at : n o cioeic.
Company D Honolulu Rifles drill
at 7:fl0 o'clock.
Religious services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral at 7, o'clock, conducted
by the Rev. II. H. Gowen. Choir
practice alter evensong.
The Hawaiian Band will serenade
Chief Justice Judd at his residence.
Meeting of American Legion of
Honoi at 7:80 o'clock.
Hawaiian Tiibe No. 1, I. 0. R.
At. meets in K. of P. hall at 7:30
Tlio Government School Teachers'
Convention will open at 10 o'clock
to-morrow morning, at Fort Street
School, under the presidency of the
Inspector-General, Mr. A. T. Atkin
son. Mr. Scott has gone by the YV.
G. Hall to-day, to hold a Teachers'
Convention in Kona, Hawaii. Mr.
Mackintosh is on Kauai, engaged in
a similar capacity. Mr. Townscnd
picsides over a convention of tcacheis
at Ililo, Hawaii, independent of the
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The entertainment to-morrow even
ing at the Y. M. C. hall under the
auspices of the Blue Ribbon League
will be as follows:
Song T. Jeffries
Recitation I. Curtis
Song W. Smith
Recitation Miss Anna I ails
Soim- Miss llcriiiccPaiko
Adificss Rev. W. O. Mci i itt
The latest remedy for sea-sickness
is one and a Half giammes of anti
pyrine. This is a newly discovered
alkaloid, a coal-tar piodttct like ani
line. The dose mentioned above
gives relief in ten minutes; no case
lailed of relief within an hour, from
tlnee giammes. In some rare in
stances of long continued vomiting,
a subcutaneous injection of one
gramme of anti-pyrine removed the
trouble. -This remedy was discov
ered three ycais ago by Knoir, of
The building on Emma Square,
where refreshments in the shape of
iced icrated waters, ice cream, cof
fee, etc., aie to be dispensed, is fast
approaching completion, and will be
opened for business on Monday eve
The ornamental little structuie
above refeired to adds greatly to
the appearance of the Square, and
will doubtless be largely patronised
by the throngs that frequent that
locality on conceit evenings.
HE COT A PROMPT ANSWER.
Chinch was over, and as usual a
company of women weie standing
about the dooiway talking and
laughing, though probably not con
cerning the sermon.
Soon a young man acquainted
with the group approached, saying:
"Aien't you ever going home?
You aie blocking up the way like
"You are mistaken there," replied
a young lady with a toss of her
head. "It was the angel who
blocked the way and the ass made
the fuss about it."
DEATH OF MRS. M. P. ROBINSON.
Mrs. Sophia Louisa Robinson,
wife of the Hon. M. P. Robinson,
died yesterday afternoon, at the
family lesidencc, Nuuanu Avenue.
The deceased was the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Campbell. She
was born at Shicwsbury, N. J., De
cember M, 1851, and was therefore
about 3G years of age at tho time of
her death. The funeral will take
place from the St. Andrew's Catlie
dial on Sunday afternoon.
An amusing incident occurred on
lving street near the residence of
Jas. Keau, this noon. A Chinaman,
and a horse that was hitched to a
wagon, uiion which was a barrel of
poi, were of different opinions in re
gard to tho route to be taken. The
horse was determined to back into
the stream and the Chinaman was as
fully determined that he bhould not.
tho result was, the Chinaman per
suaded tho horse that ho was wiong,
but at tho expence of the barrel of
poi which was dumped into the
ATTEMPT TO KIDNAP THE PRICE
Tho French papers of recent date
state that the Pijneo of Wales had
a narrow escape from being kid
napped by somo Fenian pirates.
While at San Rcmo His Royal High
ness went out for a little blow in nn
Italinn pinnace. For several days
previously a jnysterious yacht had
been seen hoveling about the port.
It boic the Aineiicau coloie, and
people thought it was engaged in
taking Bciuntillu soundings. But it
subsequently tr.mspiied that tlio
yacht was cinlsiug around In seaich
of Philadelphia Lager Beer, such as
is kept on draught at tho Ciltcrioit
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
A cricket match between a local
team and a toain from II. M. S. Ca
rolino will be played on Saturday,
the 21st inst. Following aic the
names of the local players from which
the 11 will be selected: Thomas
Lishman, (Captain), J. II. Wode
house Jr., T. M. Slarkcy, F. 11.
Auerbacb, R. Mo3sinan, Fred Har
rison, H. Whitney Jr., V. H. Kitcat,
Chas. Creighton, W. Rowe, Ernest
AVodehouse, Henry Cobb-Adams,
Chalres J. Nicholl, Geo. Smyth,
and A. M. Ilcwett. Volunteers arc
wanted to act as Unipiru and Scorer.
Practice will bo held by the local
team until the playing of the match,
and the players are all requested to'
be regularly in attendance.
COURT APRIL TERM.
lmroitB Dou:, .t.
Fiud.vy, April 13th.
The Court opened at U :30 a. m.
Foreign juiors in attendance. Mr.
Justice Dole announced that Mr.
Justice Preston will preside during
the trial of case of 15. U. Thomas
vs. M. Mclncrny. Recess at 12
noon till 1 i m.
E. B. Thomas vs. M. Mclncrny,
assumpsit, being tried before a for
F. M. Hatch and Cecil Blown for
plaintiff ; W. A. Whitiug and A. S.
llartwell for defendant.
A STORM IK THE HOUSE.
nouns op tkmi'kstuous nniUTi:.
Washington, March 9. Tho first
ical breeze in the House of Repre
sentatives was felt ou March 1.
The month came in like a lion, but
whether it will go out like a lamb
remains to be seen. It was a good
strong wind, with a tempestuous
tcndclicy. "While the preliminary
business of the morning was in pro
cress a handsome, shaip-cycd gen
tleman, with a snowy mustache and
straight, iron-gray hair, sat in the
centre of the Democratic side of the
House, trotting his left leg. Once
or twice he arose to his feet and
tiicd to catch the eye of Sunset Cox.
'At the third effort he remained on
his feet until recognized. Then he
moved that the House resolve it
self into Committee of the Whole on
the state of the Union, for the con
sideration of the bill providing for
tho pin chase of United States bonds
by the Secretary of the Tieasury.
The music of the coming breeze
was heard when the Sneaker pro
tern, called the Honorable Julius
Cresar Bui rows to the chair. It
was the first time that this courtesy
had been shown a Republican since
tlio Forty-eighth Congress. Bur
rows, like Julius Ccesar, is of re
markably fine appearance. He has
an intellectual face, broad shoul
ders, blue ees, a full beaid,aclear
complexion, and a Michigan con
science. Ho wears a snuff-colored
coat with cicased tails. He hesi
tated a moment, as if distrustful of
his cars, and then arose and walked
to the Speaker's desk. No corpora
tion workman ever moved with more
deliberation. The ex-Minister to
Tiukey presented the gavel like a
man drawing a revolver, junus
Cicsar gracefully received it, and
whacked the desk with characteris
Meantime the biceze began to
play among the ti ccs and foam ap
peared on the waters of legislation.
Mr. Mills broke cover by intimating
that the passage of the bill was
necessary to settle the conscientious
scruples of tlio Secictary of the
Tteafeiiry. Then he yielded an in
definite amount of time to Mr. Mc
Kinloy, of Ohio, whom lie called his
"colleague on the Committee of the
Ways and Means."
A thick-set man witli sunken
eyes, a smooth face and dark hair
arose away off on the left of the
Speaker. Ho spoke without notes.
His frock coat was buttoned to tho
chin. At a distance he looked like
Rev. Dr. Edwaul McGlynn. His
voice was as clear as a bell. It
penetrated to every pait of the
chamber. The brseze freshened
and its cooling influence began to be
felt on the Democratic side of the
House. Those in tho galleries sat
spell-bound. All tho members faced
tho orator. Every eye was upon
him and every car turned toward,
him. It was a telling speech, mado
more telling by the dispassionate
manner of its delivery. It mildewed
tho conscientious scruples of tho
Sectretary of the Treasury, and
more than dampened the backs of
the supporters of the Administra
tion. The cool wind gave place to
sjrocco, scoiching and blistering.
Mr. McKinlcy closed his speech by
insinuating that tho President had
purposely piled up the surplus in
the Treasury, and afteiward predict
ed disaster and financial ruin if tho
tariff duties weie not reduced. In
compactness, clearness and diction
It was tjie best spepch thus farl de
livered in the House.
The Buckeye orator had hardly
taken his seat when Mr. Mills gave
half an hour to General Weaver, of
Iowa. Weaver struck the House
like tho blast fiom tho Cave of
Eolus. lie is a tall, handsome man,
with a Honing gtay inustaclm and a
magnificent presence. The wind
freshened until ita music was hcaid
in the coiridors outside. A further
rustling of silks was heard in tho
Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Dresses,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Steam Works, Sunny South,
Tele., Bull l.Sd, Mutual 245.
Depot, 38 Merchant Street,
Tele., Boll 172, Mutual 360.
Tho Only English Apparatus making High Class
TAHITI LEMONADE, GINGER ALE,
Me, Cream Soda,
And TURE, STllONG EFFERVESCING
PLAII SODA WATER.
Orders dclivcicd to any part of the
galleries, and every 6cat was filled.
The bright libbons and variegated
hats adoining the section reserved
for the families of members present
ed a strange contrast to the ebon
faces of tho negroes dotting the
space reserved for men. Weaver
was on his mettle. It was tho first
chance that he had had at the Fifti
eth Congress, and he improved it.
He chilled the blood of his fair
hearers when he said that the
"country is now within the grasp of
a gigantic, cold-blooded money
trust." The ucgioes started when
he said that the tuist "had built our
financial structure to suit the cupid
ity of tlio usurer, and to administer
to the devouring appetite of money
ghouls." Honest Denis Kearney,
who had pre-empted the diplomatic
reservation, slapped his thigh with
approval when the General said that
the trust had made our financial
system "a snare, a delusion, and a
rack of torture to the producers,
and a bed of quicksand to business
energy and honest thrift." But the
great sand lot agitator twisted like
a dervish when he heard Weaver
roarjout: "Fifty or more national
banks havo been literally stuffed
with Government money for the
past quarter of a century money
wrung from the people by unjust
legislation, and loaned back by the
banks to the poor wretches from
whom it was extorted." The
IF YOU really wnnt your money's
worth of the finest IIome-Mado
Fiunch and Plain Cuudlcs, the mo3t
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, call at tlio l'ioncr Steam
Candy Factoiy, llakety and Ice Crara
Parlors, established 1SC3, Hotel, oppo
site Bethel street. F. Houx, Practical
Confectioner, Pastr' Cook and Orna.
mentor. P. S. The only place where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 1G if
THE BEST ICE CREAM, Cakes
X :uut Uanaies at the Kluc. 13 lw
DIE GROSSTE AUSWAHLvoa
leineu sillier Wauicn lur Iloch-
fiENTLEMEN ABOUT purehw.
vJT iug uuilding presents will find a
line assortment ot Solid Silver Wure at
the store of M. Mclncrny. 08 tf
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
JL forma Poit, MaUuiifl
a and Malngu,
for sato In kcg and cases by
GONSALVEb & CO.,
(11 Queen hlreet.
An Invoice of White Bros.'
Portland Oement E
For Stilo aj Lowest Kales
IN LOTS TO SUIT
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO5.
TY a ount; American irlrl. a situii.
JL tlon as scamstiess or nurse girl.
Apply al this olllco
MISS. T. THIELE,
On Bcrctnnla street near Piikoi.
(Formerly McGuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lespons given.
A eafo conveynnco will call for and re.
turn children living at a distance.
7SJ Muiuu Telephone No. HU. f3m
fpHK undersigned having received ex.
X Aufi'rallt a slilinunt of Counter
S phona of uu impioivd i.Ue am now
pr.paiutto supply butnruih and u'ners
wlui Plain Sihlu, Gingei Alu uud 'lahitl
Lemonade put up in tills convenient
foim, at low r.iUB.
J. K 11HOWN & CO..
Proprietors Tulilil Lemoaado Vf08!
28 llerohaut Street. 09 ltu,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
UOZBX PKIt DAY.
Island orders solicited.
A SMALL LOT OF THE CELEBRATED
"The Queen of Table Waters."
-FOR SAT.H AT-
F. A, SCHAEFER & COS.
NOTICE of REVOCATION.
NOTICE la beieby given that the
power of attorney given to C.
Cheoug Ping dated October 1, 16SC, is
hereby revoked, and slid C. Chcong
Ping is no longer anihoii7cd to net for,
orMgnour firm name, or to bind the
linn in nnv manner.
WING ON WO COMPANY.
Honolulu, April 9, 1SS8.
From and after the above date Mr.
Man Chip only is authorized by full
power of attorney to act for us in all
matters. W. O. W. Co.
ALL persons will tako notice that
nn nowcr of attoinev dated Muv
31st. 18S7, to act in all icspeets for Kiii
Kce. of ihc linn ot Wing On Wo & Co.
is in full foice and uuievokcd, and that
as fciieb attorney I h.ne authorized Man
Chip to act as my substitute, but not to
sign the aid linn name c&cept per pro
curation or by proxy and thai all notices
otherwise stating are ineonect.
C. CHEUNG PINO,
1C 7t Attorney In fact for Kal Kce.
FOR RENT, LEASE,
Tho Walkiki residence of Mr.Kred II
HajBoldcn situated nt Kapiohni Patk
between tho lesidencts of Hon. W. G.
Irwin, and Mt. Frank Urown, is oflercd
for rent, lease, or sale. For teims apply
to the undersigned.
92 tf FRED II. IIAYSELDEN.
The premises at Kulilii Valley adjoin,
lug the rcsidenco ot Nn. Markliam and
know n as tho Guerrero Homestead. They
consist of three distinct loU, viz.:
1 House lot upon which stands a sub
stantial two-story houso and out-houscs.
Area about 1 3-4 acres.
2 Houso lot cf abort 3-4 oi an acre.
3 House lot and taro land. Area cbout
2 1-2 acres.
i"or further particulars apply to
J. M. MONSARIIAT,
74 Merchant Street. Hf
COTTAGE TO IiET.
minutes' walk from
tho Post Office. Suit.
able Jor a bachelor.
J. M. MONSAltHAT.
ut the Fish MurkU
COTTAGES TO LET.
,a rpWO COTTAGES fully
Ml jl. appointed, lcautully
&&& located, within G minutes'
walk of tlio Post Olllce. An opportu
nity seldom ofl'ored to secure u comfort
able homo within ensy reach of tho
business part of tho city. For parti
cuhuH inquire ut
001 tf GULIOK'S AGENCY.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
ite. a T)ETVKKtf PiiUol and Kce.
kJ&$ - aunioku sti
:l$$k throtmh In Kinausluet, 100
mnt-1 lnt rmiB
feet frontage. Gool paMurage. Cnttipn
coniuliis 5 rooms cunluiro house ni.d
tablis ior a oi 4 liors.es Hem i0 pi i
luuni'i. Apply to
j. h. imow! & co.,
14 tf -ti Mi'ichnnt street.
ONLY READABLE PA-
in iue ivimjuom "ten
Dally bulletin," CO cents per month.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
By the S. S. Mariposa, due hero on the
12th, Mr. Ehrlich will return to Honolulu
with the balance of tho Stock of Goods ad
vertised to arrive hero on the Australia.
Tho Goods which were purchased in San
Francisco arrived on the Australia and are
now open for inspection, hut those pur
chased ill New York did not arrive in San
Francisco in time Lo be shipped on that
steamer owing to some delay in railroad
They will be here, however,' on the 12th,
and will be well-worth inspection to which
the public is cordially invited.
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
All kinds of Brackets, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
A large assortment of Bird Cages, at S
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Crockery, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at
G. WESTJc CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Artotypes and New Chroinos, at
G. WEST j CO.'S.
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Erames, al
Purses, Ladies' Bags, Dressing Cases, .Albums and
Scrap Books, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Bedroom Furniture, Book Cases,
Baby Carriages, Doll
Wheel Barrows, al
G. WEST & CO.'S. .
Combo, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Accordeons, Drums, FluteB,
Violins, Banjos, &c., &c., at
G. WEST& CO.'S. .
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at ?.
G. WESTJk CO.'S. :
Picture Frames, Cornices and Maltrasscs made to order at
Pianos and all kinds
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
Dupee Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Hollies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Ileof, Kegs Folk, Smoked Ilalilmt, Extra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Urown Bread, Table Fruits, Germen,
HuckiiiH & Franco American Feed Co.' Annort'd Moup.
Hulos Food, Imnerial Granum, polled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Union Wafers, Snow Flako & Cream
Ci ackers, Ginger Wnfuis, Chocolate Wafurs, Pretzels, Prunes,
Dales, Kuta, Apples, Fieuoh Peas, Fop Corn, Garden Seeds,
Wheat, Flour, Butter, Ifoncy, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
And a General ftssor't of Staple & Fancy Groceries, al Prices to Snll tlia Times.
B6T Leave your otders, or rlug up 11U, -a
Desks, Meat Safes and
Boy's Carts and Small
Instruments Tuned and
Repaired, at " - l
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