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For Fancy Goods & trimmings,
m Shades in Dress Goods
Bargains in Embroideries.
Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Dresses,
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The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1888.
Stun- Llkclll.e (rum Kahulul
Stinr s-mpiLse from Hawaii
8uur Walalealc Iiom Kuitnl
Sjtuir Waltn.uialo fiom Walmanalo
Schr Canute fiom Kuait
t-'ehr Haleakala from Pepeekeo
Schr Mantiokawal from ICouluu
Schr Kaalokal fiom Lahalna
Sehr Llliollho from Kukaiaii
Stmr Llkelike for Knlinlul nml way
poi ti III "i p m
Stmr Kllauoa Hon for llamakna at C
IJktuo S X CaMlo for San i rauclsco
Stair. I A 0111111111111 for Kool.vu
Stmr Kaalu for aiaimo ami Walalua
Schr Ilaleakala for Pepeekeo
Stmr O it Blxhop for Kauai at 1 p in
Slinr.Ias MaKeo foi Kap.m at f p m
Fiom KaliuHil and way poit-3, per
stmr l.ikeliko. Apiil 14 T W Lveiett,
G lloint'iiiaun, ) Uaker, 31 M T.iyloi ,
Mr Ciopluy. J U Knwaiuui, l)r Lmer
son, l)r Wood, l)r Biodlo, '.! lepois, :t
Chinamen and iV.l deck.
Fiom Kauai per stmr Walalealc, April
14 K .A Maello jr. 11 Jiuikeineic, J Ka
kiu.i, -' Chinamen auk 12 dock.
CARGOES Kur.l ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llkelike I2W bgs siigtr.
Stmr Walaleale 3.1SS liys '-agar.
Soli Jlaiiuokaw.ti !!8!) g sugar.
Schr Kaaiokai 020 bgs Mifr.li.
Solir Lihoiibo 1,027 bgi sit.ir.
Stmr Kllauoa lion :U'2 bjr tugar, 201
hides and !!( lid of cattle.
At Kulaokaliua, Honolulu, at 2 a. in.,
Apill lltli. to tlio wi.e of Samuel Mahe
lona, a son.
LOCAL GENERAL HEWS.
FiNr. weather is lepoited fiom Ha
waii and Kauai.
'The hle.iinuri. Kintui, IMikahala,
Lehu.i and Mokolii will be due here
Tin; bte.unei Iwalani will sail foi
Lah.iina and Uaniakua on Tuesday
morning, at S o'clock.
TiiBniembeib of the Myitlu Boat
Club .lie requested to bo at the boat
house at 10 a. in. lo-moirow.
Captains of btc.uncis coming by
the way of Barbel's Point speak
highly of the light-house there.
The captain of the echooiici Wai
oli was nearly ill owned whilo going
through the mirf on a. lumber raft, at
llonomu, this week.
On entering the haibor passage at
night time the guide lights are veiy
obscure on account of the glare of
the cloctiic lights.
Tun King at lived at Kawaihao
last Monday by the steamer W. G.
Hall, and will come to Honolulu by
the Kinau to-nionow.
The f uncial of the late Mrs. M. P.
Kobinson will take place at H:30
o'clock to-nionow afternoon from
the family i evidence, Nuuanii Valley.
The ptiMini'r Suipiibo stiuck tlio
sand bank in the haiboi parage,
while coming in this morning, but
got oft" again befoio tlio tug could get
The Portuguese' imniigiants by the
Tlios. Boll woic not landed until this
afternoon, on account of tome hitch
between the Go eminent and tlio
agents of ho Bell.
Mil. Dows-tHt'fl launch, formeily the
Montague, was launched this morn
ing. It :n now a sjilendid ciaft. She
will he fichoonewigged and will lime
a suit of tails niado by Mi. J. Oat.
Thiiki: laigf pumpa that came by
the hark Di'ittHohland will bo shipped
to Kauai, by tlio Bishop, on Monday.
One of tho pumps is for llanainaiilu,
one for Nnwiliwili and the thiid for
Lunai.ii.0 Homo will not be out
1ono by tho town people in Leap
Year eng.igenienlH. A 73-year woman
popped the question to a Do-yeai
anjii at tho Homo the other day, and
A neat and commodious baiber
filmp lias been opened by two fust
clasa tonsoiial i.rtist, next door to
the restiuii.iut No. $8 King blieot.
Their long wpuiiene is piactieul
baiherb, is n guaiantec that their
woik will be liist class only,
Mn. C. Cheong Ping notifieB tho
nubile that ho ntill holds a full power
of attorney to net in all muttem of
business for Kui Koo, of tho iirin of
Wing On Wo it Co., and that ho has
' authorised Man Chip to act as his
Mihstituto, and ho can sign tho rum
iinnio by procuration or proxy.
Magistrate (to witness) Do you
know the nature of an oath, Uncle
Uastus V Undo Uastus repkon I
docs, yo' Ilonah. Ise owned a bulky
mule for foahteen ya N, Y. Sun.
A correspondeiit'niixes metaphors
a little when he writes of politicians:
"They btand at the Government
ciib with an ux to grind."
The telegraph says that tho recent
tonn in New York was the cause of
suspending tiavel on Brooklyn
fridge. Isn't travel usually hus
peuded on Brooklyn Bridge ?
-EGAN & CO.
EVEHTS THIS EVENING.
Auction salo of art and fancy
good3 at G. W. Macfurlauo & Co.
at 7 o'clock.
Entertainment in the Y. M. C. A.
ball by the Bluo Ribbon Lcaguo at
Mr. L. J. Levey will wclld the
hammer at tho sale of ait and faucy
good at G. W. Macfarlane & Co.'s
to-night. The goods offered for
sale, comprise di ess goods, linens,
lawns, crockeiy, glassware, oil
paintings, steel engravings, funii
tiue, etc. Great bargains will be
offered, as the goods will be sold
without reserve to close invoiced.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The enlPitainmcnt this evening
at the Y. M. C. hall under the
auspices of the Blue Kihbuu League
will be as follows:
Song T. .Itftites
Song W. bniith
Recitation Mi? Ann 1 'nil-
Song Miss llerniee Faike
Addict lle. W. O. Sleuitt
WEDDING AT QUEEN EMMA HALL.
During the meeting of tho Hawai
ian Blanch of the Y. M. C. A., at
Queen Emma Hall, last evening, a
wedding took place. The attend
ance wa3 unusually huge and about
2."i persons signed the temp era nee
pledge. When the members thought
the entertainment was over, Mr,
Henry Waterliousc, acting for Hon.
A. F. Judd, announced something
more to come. Whereupon Mr.
McGwin escorted a young native
girl, Kaw amnako.i Emma, by name
(tlio latter appellation being after
the late Queen Emma, who was on a
visit to England when the above
joting lady was baptised) up to the
platform, and the two were joined in
wedlock by Rev. Ur. Hyde. The
bride was dressed in satin and woie
a long biidal veil in a becoming
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
KErOltE riiUbTO.V, J.
Saturday, April 14th.
The Couit opened at 10 a. m.
Foieign jurors in attendance, and at
12 m. took recess until 1 r. m.
E. B. Thomas vs. M. Mclncrny,
assumpsit; being tiied before a
foieign jury. Paitly heard yebter
day and continued until to-day.
F. M. Hatch and Cecil Blown
for plaintiff; W. A. Whiting and
A. S. ILutwell for defendant.
WHY HE GREASED THE PROFESSOR.
Here is a case that happened out
West a few years since. The gradu
ating class in one of om medical
colleges was advised at the last by
the old Professor never to acknow
ledge ignorance, but always, when
called, to give some tieatment. One
of the class settled in a Western
town, and after 'ome years the old
Professor in tiavcling got a piece of
hone in his throat in the same town,
and the young doctor being called
failed by ever means in his power
to dislodge the obsti notion, and then
having iceogiii.ed the old Piofessor,
stiipped him and rubbed liiin with
laid. This so amused the old Pro
fessor that he could not restrain a
hearty laugh, which dislodged the
bone, and he asked to Doctor;
"Why in the thunder did you grease
me?" The leply was: "You told
lnewhenl was about the graduate
always to do something, so Igi eased
3 ott, not knowing what else to do."
Williamsport Sun and Banner.
A METHODICAL LIFE.
A Boston inei chant who lived and
died on Summer sticet was a cu
rious instance of one who was an
invalid fiom childhood, always ex
tieniely hypochondriacal, who never
innmined himself ill when he was
not, nor exaggerated his actual ill
ness, nor feaied, unduly, sicknesh
or pain or death itself. But it was
the business or Ids life to take care of
his health, and he devoted himself to
thiH work with a woudertul assidu
ity. Ho lode just so far each day,
when the weather was fair, and at
such an hour, lie posessrd a great
variety of clothing, which ho regu
lated with precision by the thermo
meter, Eoniutimes changing his diess
many times in a day, and selected
for his overclothes when ip lode out
the veiy garment which the mercury
indicated, He had a weathcicock
put upon his stable within fair view
Jrom hia bed-ioom and sitting-room,
and that and hit. thermometer, and
all possible or impossible signs of
Hie weather, he was watchiim, cou
btantly, and found in these occupa
tions a very agreeable way of em
ploying all his day and all his days.
How far liib long life is to bo attri
buted to tub excessive eaio it is im
possible to tell ; but ho outlived
oveiy bi other and sister, every
biother's wife, every sister's Imi
hand, and his own wile, and died in
1837 at the age of eighty-one.
One leason why the gill offbo
pel lod knows so litllo about house
keeping is because the young man
of the period could not be pei
suaded to com, in a kitchen. Mil
MUCH DLDOD AND HO DEAUTY.
Every American who visits Eng
land takes an interest in the upper
classes, just as he docs in parish
beadles and powdered footmen, be
cause they arc a part of tho pict
iire$qttenes5 of the situation; and I
doubt if there was ever one such
observer, however determined a
toady he or shu might be in spirit,
who was not bitterly disappointed if
expecting to sec among them any
superiority of physique. It is not
uecessary'lo have the entree of drawing-rooms
in order to observe this
class ; they can be observed at the
House of Lords, they can be watched
in the paiks, they can be bludied at
the opera perhaps the one point
whcic the Englishwomen at least
appears to the greatest physical ad
vantage, because the line shoulders
and erect carriage aie seen and the
test of the often clumsy figure coif
cealcd. How any American can say
that the class thus studied is an
eminently handsome class 1 cannot
conceive. In the House of Lords it
is easier to accept the dictum of
Mr. Jenkins, author of the once
celcbialed "Ginx's Baby," that it is
a pioblem in nature why noble earls
should be so ugly.
Who can look'at a lcview of the
famous regiments of guaidsnieti in
London and not bo struck with the
physical superiority of the men in
the tanks to the olllcers who com
mand them ? No doubt the recruits
arc picked men, but what becomes
of the theory that the olllcers aie a
picked race also? When visiting
Hat low School I had young noble
men pointed out to me and could see
in Ilium no especial physical beauty ;
nor among many ladies and gentle
men of that class into whose vicinity
I was once thrust by accident at a
review of tioops at Aldershott. Dur
ing a residence of twelve years in
Newport I saw quite a number of
young Englishmen of rank, at clubs
and elsewhere, and they weie in no
respect superior in face and figure
to the aveiago Englishmen. I re
member one public or semi-public
hall there, at which 1 was quite im
pressed by the inferior physique of
the young New York lashionablcs
who had conic on expressly to at
tend it; they looked to me like
billiard-markers ; and then an Eng
lish viscount came in, who was by
all odds the most insignificant-looking
man in the room although, as
it turned out, one of a good deal of
intellectual pionnsc. fllaiper's
TO CHEAPEN AUSTRALIAN VOOL
A sheep-shearing machine, which
is descubed as an important
improvement upon the ordi
nary method of shearing, has been
tested at the Adelaide (Australian)
Exhibition. One trial was upon
merino wethers, the ordinary shears
being. handled by a skilled shearer.
The machine occupied six. minutes
and forty-live seconds, and the
shears seven minutes fifteen seconds,
in taking off the fleeces. The
udges having found that the
sheiuer's woik was good aveiage
work, the machine went over his
work again, with the result that a
further seven and a quarter ounces
of wool was obtained. The next
trial was upon two merino lambs, the
machine taking six and three-quarter
minutes, the sheaier seven and
a quaiter and again the machine
took seven and three-quarters ounces
of wool fiom the lamb after the
shearer had done with it. Phila
THE T0M3S OF FRENCH' MONARCHS.
What has become of the inter
mediate Kings of the once powerful
monarchy of France? In one indis
tinguishable mass they lie beneath
the high altar of St. Denis. Fiom
Clovis down to Louis XVI, their
stately monuments indeed still
stand aiound the church, but the
tombs beneath these monuments aie
empty. For the bloodthirsty l evo
lutionists of 1793 the murder of the
living King was not enough. Tho
dead also must be rooted out their
veiy ashes destroyed. No less than
llfty-one tombs were, by decree of
the Convention., rilled and despoil
ed. The bodies of kings, queens,
and princes, in every stage of decay,
weie tossed indiscriminately into
two great tienolies dug without the
church. Ihu corpse of Henry IV
(suriiaincd the Great) was found in
neaily peifect preseivation. A sol
dier wantonly cut off his beard and
wore it on his own lip as a mustache.
Another was stuffed into a glass
case and made a show of to gratify
idle curiosity. The icccnUy interred
bodies of Marie Antoinette and the
unhappy Louis were also cast into
tho ditch, and some attempt was
made to burn them, put appaiently
with only partial success. For when
Louis XVII T caused the remains of
his ancestors to bo withdrawn from
the common trench (to bo robiuled
in consecrated ground) it was still
possible to separate these two from
tjie rest, and they wore placed in
temporary wooden shells until, no
doubt, some moie fitting i coeptaclo
could be provided. That time, how
cvci. novei ciiine. After the July
iv' olutiou even their olllgieH weie
ieii)ivt.i uiul hidden away in the
darkest coiuoi of tl)p ciypt, and
when wo visited the spot, some few
years ago, the unfortunate Louis
and his stately queen still lay in their
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Steam Works, Sunny South,
Tele, Hell 180, Mutual 245.
Depot, 28 Merchant Streot,
Tele., Bell 172, Mutual 360.
The Only English Apparatus making High Class
TAHITI LEMONADE, GINGER ALE
Hop Aie, Cream Soda,
And PUBE, STRONG
PLAIN SODA WATER.
gfiS" Orders delivered to any pait of the
pauper collln. A long, narrow slit
in the wall, guarded by iion bais,
showed us the interior of a plainly
aiched vault, immediately beneath
the chancel. The two dusty-looking
colllns, of common, uiipaintcd deal,
stood side by side, standing fiom
north to south. Placed in a littlo
niche immediately above them, a
small Etruscan lamp gave forth a
feeble light, and enabled us to see
that they were supported by stiong,
wooden trestles, painted black.
Several rows of other similar ties
tics stood in readiness around, but
few of them were occupied, and
those ehielly by tiny colllns of little,
loyal children. Pall Mall Gazette.
Bill Why don't yer git inter
public life an' be somebody, Jim?
Jim I did try tcr get a office, hut
these durncd Civil Service rules kep
me out. "What ofiice did yer try
fer? Janitor of a public buildin'.
They asked me how much two an'
two made, an' cause 1 failed on tho
first answer they wouldn't have me.
Niver mind, Jim, I'll help yer git
inter public life. I'll get yer elect
ed School Director; that "don't re
quire no 'xaminatipn. Omaha
IF YOU really want jour money's
worih of the finest HomcMiulc
French and Plain Cundics. the most
Delicious Ice Ci cutis, or F.incv and
Plain Cu'ic-, call at the Pionrur Btcam
Uindy Factory, Bikciy iiu.l Ice Ui dam
P.u lore, established SC3, Hotel, oppo.
site Bethel sticet F. Hoitx, Practicil
Confet tinner, P.isliy Cook and Oiun
inuntcr. 1 S. The only place vhcie
the Genuiuc Butter Scotch is ni.inn.
factuied and sold. 10 tf
THEBEST ICE CREAM,
X unu C'liiioies at the Elite.
DIE GROSSTE AUSWAHLvon
lunen briber Wii.uen tur IIocli.
GENTLEMEN ABOUT purclms.
iur; wedding presents will Had a
tine nssoilment ot Solid Silver Ware lit
tho btore of M. Mclin.rny. OS tf
CLEAN RAGS anu second hand
clothing will be giatefully lecelv
ed for the ue of the inmate ot the
Brancli Bojpital for Lepers at Kakiiako,
or at tiic Leper Sittbiunt on Slolol.ai,
if left with J. T. Walerhouse, ji., lit tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kear of Lucas' Mill.
LEASE lor SALE.
LEASE of property on King
street, ni.ni cemelery,
with dwelling house thereon.
Lmse yi yenis to tun. Iltiildinijs may
bo removed at expiration of lease. Price
150 Apply to
17 lw J. E. DROWN & CO.
An Invoice of White Bros.'
For Stile at Lowest Hates
IN LOTS TO SUIT
MISS. P. TIIIELE,
On llcrotanla street nnnr Pliliol.
(Formerly McQulro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French nml German taught, and
Afusio Logons given.
A tiifo conveyance will c.aI for nml c
turn tliilui'i'ii living at a distance,
73 Mutual Tokphoiio No, flOL fJm
rjMIK uiiderslgntfl h.uii g roam' d r,
X AiMtmlla a a!iipmtit of Counter
hiptions ot on iminovut t,vi(c, aie now
pn pa el to siijip y siIouin and o her
whn Plain ti a.u, (J In get Alo and 'lalnil
Limoiudii put up hi tbis oueuleiit
fotm. at low ran.
j. i: nuowN & no..
Proprietor Tahlli Ijinoimdu Woik,
23 Merchant Street. ' 09 liu
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
DOZES PER DAY.
Island oiders solicited. Jp5?
A SMALL LOT OF THE CELEBRATED
"The Queen of Table Waters."
FOR SAl.i: AT
F. A, SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
NO HOE U hereby given that the
lower of attorney given to 0.
Ohcong Ping dated October 1, 18SG, is
herein revoked, and said C. Cheong
Ping is no longer auilionzed to i.et for,
or sign our linn nurnc, or to bind the
firm in anv manner.
WING OX WO COMPANY.
Honolulu, April n, 1SS8.
From and afttr the above date Mr.
Man Chip only is authorized by full
power of attorney to act for us in all
matters.- Y. O. W. Co.
ALL pcions will take notlco that
my power of attorney dated Mav
31st, 18b7, to act in all leapects toi K.ii
Kee. of the linn of Wing On Wo & Co.
is In full force and tun evoked, ami that
as such attorney 1 have authorized Man
Chip to act lib my substitute, but not to
Mgii the siid linn name except per pro
em, ition or by pioxy and that, nil notices,
otherwise stating aie lueoiiecr.
O. CIlEtJXG P1XG,
1G 7t Attorney in fact for Kai ICee.
FOR RENT. LEASE,
Tho Waikiki residence of Mr. Fred H
Haj selden situated at Kapiohini Paik
between iho residences of lion. W. G.
Irwin, and Mi. Frank Brown, U oilercd
for rent, lease, or sale. For terms apply
to tho undersigned
02 tf FKED II. HAYSELDEX.
Tho premises at Kdihi Valley ndjoin.
iug Hie residence of Jin. Mukhani m.d
known as tho Gttei rem Homestead, They
consist of ilirec distinct lou, viz:
1 llouso lot upon which stands a sub
stantial two-story houso and out-houscs.
Area about 1 3-4 acres.
2 Houso lot of about 3-4 of an aero.
3 House lot and taro land. Area about
2 1-2 acres.
For further particulars apply to
J. M. MONSAHRAT,
74 Morchnnt Slrtet. .tf
COTTAGE TO LET.
AW, a TTIVE niln
BifeiTi able lor a lw.
minutes' walk from
-t UMcc. Salt.
J M. MONSAKHAT.
rnnmon cottages in
at tlio Fish Market.
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpVO COTTAGES fully
I ftrvtvfil til ui I lififiiitlf Hi
PiSkiS locatid, v.'llhiii 5 minutes'
walk of tho Post Olllcc. Anopporlu
ulty seldom o(lercd to secure a comfort
able homo vvlthiu ciisy reaih of th
business part of tho city. For purti.
eulars inquire at
001 tf GULIOK'H AGENCY.
COITAGE TO LET ON
1)ETVI;ENt PilUoi and Kco.
i mill. ti Hlln, I .. tnt rilllH
!&?& tlnoiii'h to Klw.il mriet, 100
.t i fiontif'f O'o! tn'iuiBpt. Coittpi
contains 0 room, eiriiiiKi 1101.40
tables for 3 ni 4 It
,(dtn. ltulll $
.1 jitj tiifMi r. 1
mow . Am )y to
UUOWK & CO.,
art 31 . ('hunt tt 1 ueU
ONLY READABLE !?A
R 111 the RiUKtiom "Teh
Dally llulletlu." CO cent per month.
63 & G5 FOKT STREET.
By the S. S. Mariposa; clue here on the
12th, Mr. Ehrlich 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 tho 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 hero, however, on the 12th,
and will be well-worth inspection to which
the public is cordially invited.
All kinds of Brackets, tit
G. WEST & CO.'S.
A. large assortment of Bird Cages, at
G. WESTjfe CO.'S. ,
Crockeiy, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at
G. WE8T& CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Allotypes and I ew Chromos, at
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and
Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
GL WEST & GO.'S.
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Aecordeons, Drums, Flutes,
Yiolins, Banjos, &c, fcc., at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at 'u
G. WESTJfe CO.'S.
Picture Frames, Cornices and Matlrasses made to order at
Pianos and all kinds
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, tit
-i If AS JUST
Dupee Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Uellloa, Kits Mackerel, Kt"s
Jieef, Kegs Poik, Smoked Halibut, KxlraSulcet Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Browu Bread, Tablo Fruits, Germea,
UitcUiiiH & Friiuuo American Feed o.'h Ansort'd Seupti,
Itiilgea Food, Imperial Oraiium, ttolled Oats, Breakfast Food,
U.ni, Oriliam Wutei,,, 0.un Wufm, Snow Flake & Cream
C1..1.UT, Wiui-er Wnrcti,, Cnowolutu Wafers, lVetzeU, Prunes,
Datei, Isuts, Ajiplvs, Fieneh IVas, lp Corn, Guillen Seeds,
Whcut, Flout', UiUtui, Honey, I'Juui I'luUliiitf, oto., elc., etc.
And a mm Assur'l or staple & Fauqy (iMcerles, at Prices to Suit (be Times.
X3J- Leave your oiders, or ring up 11U. -a
& 65 Fort street.
Opposite lrwiu & Co.
Bags, Dressing Cases, Albums and
Scrap Books, at
& CO. S.
Book Ctises, Desks, Meat Safes and
Doll Carriages, Boy's Carts and Small
"Wheel Barrows, at
. WJE5T &; CO.'S.
Instruments Tuned and
& CO.'S, 185 Fort Street,
f i s y