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for Fancy Goods & Trimmings
Tho Arcade EGAN & CO.
TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1888.
Bgtue W G Irwin fiom Snn FraucUco
.. , DEfARTURES.
" April 17-
Bktue S N Oastle-for San Iranclsco
$3tmr Iwnlanf lor Lnliulua and llnma-
kuu nt 8 n in
Stmr Wnlalenlo for Knunl (It 5 p m
Stinr Kinnu for llllo anil wuy porls nt 4
Stnir Lchui for lliumihmi nt u p in
Schr KnuHluii for lOlctSlo and llanapcpo
Schr Kmdokat for Lnlinlnii
Schr Lihollho for Kuknlaii
Bk Lady Lumpsou for bun Francisco nt
3 p in
For San Francisco, per S J Caslle,
April 17 Mrltobt Moio and child, W
Lovp, Jns F Lawrence, V T Ithonds.
Mrs Xlokson, Ohas 11 Athcrton and
wife, Mrs Jlai.v Or.mt, Mrs J A Mc
Kcczlc, MmJ MUataudchlld. Mrs It
Lovo and child.
The ship Ivy took in a quantity of
sugar at tliol I S X Co's wluuf this
The bKtno S X Onstlo was towed out
to sea at 11:30 o'elock this morning.
She took 1-1,200 bags sugar, valued at
Tho bk Lady Lampson sailed this
afternoon, taking 11,001) bags of sugar
valued nt 00,08li.lS.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. :
Polo on skates is reviving at tho
Yosemito Skating rink.
Tim chicken roost at tho
has been lobbed of about 18
and fat chickens.
Co. I) baa challenged Co. B of the
Honolulu Itiiles to a shooting contest
at the range.
A guntlkman wishes a pleasant
furnished room within 20 minutes'
walk of the Post Oilice.
A very desirable furnished cottage
with outhouses, etc., is for i cut at tho
Hawaiian Nows Agency.
The steamer Kaimiloa will be sold
ait public auction, in front of Aliio
lani Hale, on Thursday, May 3rd,
The stono ei usher, traction engino
and road roller have been shipped
for Hilo by the steamer Leliua to
The new stono crusher was being
sot. , up to-day at tho Kamoiliili
quarry, and will bo in working order
A dividend 6f $3 per share will bo
patd to the shareholders of the Intci
Island Steam Navigation Co., at their
, m i
Tq-mouuow, tho 18th, will be tho
2nd anniversary of the great fire in
.Chinatown, Honolulu. A few na
tives will colebrate tho event by a
,i. -.. i m - ' m
Messrs. Hanson and Smyth are
prepared to supply fertilizers for
plantations, gardens, lawns, etc., at
low prices.and wan ants it the best of
tho kind in this market.
The Bui.leiin Hnkalau correspon
dent sends iv note saying that Mr. G.
Kaihenui, an "enterprisihg young
man of Hnkalau, was married to Miss
Elizabeth Pilipo of Kona, last week.
Jin. McCandless' engino, whilo be
ing brought from Waialua on Satur
day, was turned over into tho cut be
ing made for a now grado on
Mo.malua hill, and considerably
Mit. F. McChoppin, at one limo a
sugar planter on thesa islands, has
beon appointed Chief Commissioner
of the United States to the appioach
ing exhibition at Melbourne, Aus
tralia. . . .
Yestehday Col. V. V. Ashfoul
tendered his resignation ab Com
mander of tho Honolulu llillcs, to
the Minister of Foicign Aflaiis, and
last ovoning gave a farewell dinner,
At tho Hawaiian Hotel, to the officers
of tho Hides.
The Empress Victoiia, of Ger
many, replying to addresses present
ed to her by seventeen associations of
which she is a patroness says, her
foremost and most sacred duty will
be to care for her suffering hus
band. iShe is conscious of tho last;
devolving upon her as Queen and
Empress, and will accomplish it to
the best of licr ability. At the same
tirao she is reminded that;, sho has
other social duties, moral and in
tellectual. The education of wo
men,' the Banitary condition of the
laboring classed and improvement of
the facilitate by which women may
cam a livelihood will constantly be
before her. The noblest vocation
of n Princess, she says, is in an un
tiring activity in tho woik of ame
liorating the suffering of the labor
ing classes. Owing to the dilHoulty
of her task, sho is doubtful whether
she will succeed as well as sho de
sires. A poet wants to know "where the
fleecy clouds are woven." In tho
airloom, of course. Burliugton
A Bourbon Pretender One who
pretends ho doesn't like it when ho
docs. Buffalo Courier.
' New Shades in Dress Goods,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Excelsior Lodgol. O. O. F. meets
at 7:30 o'clock.
Co. B Honolulu Rifles drill at
Meeting of members of the Armory
Committee of the Honolulu Rifles nt
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BV J. F. MOKGAN.
At the residence of Mrs. Me
Gregor at 10 a. n.r her cntttc
DEATH OF MRS. R. MORE.
Mis. Hubert More, who had been
ailing for several months, breathed
her last at a late hour Sunday
night. The sad event was fully ex
pected by the deceased and her
friencU. She retained her con
sciousness to the last. The funeral
took place yesterday afternoon and
was largely attended. Rev. Dv
Beckwith conducted the services.
The deceased, in addition to a sorry
ing husband, leaves an only child, a
The opening of tho teachers' con
vention, or moie strictly speaking a
school of instruction, yesterday,
was a now departure in educational
work in Hawaii. Mr. A. T.
Atkinson, the Inspector-General of
Schools, opened the proceedings
with an address, in which he out
lined the work to be accomplished,
and the manner in which lie thought
it could be most easily done. He
made some valuable suggestions to
the teachers, which if cauicd out by
them, will tend to. lighten their
labors, and make their teaching
"more comprehensible to the pupils,
who are composed of many nation
alities, to sonic of whom the Eng
lish language which is tho "pivot"
and which "underlies every ostensi
ble study" is foreign. There was
a goodly attendance of teachers.
The exercises will continue through
the week, commencing every morn
ing at 10 a. si.
THE MOLOKAI EXPEDITION.
The trio of medical gentlemen
Doctors Emerson, Brodie and Wood
who went to Molokai last week,
in the interest of the Board of
Health, had two specific objects in
view. First, to hold a medical ex
amination of the people at Molokai
Leper Settlement who were on the
books as lepers and who thought
they were nut such. Second, to
examine those residing there, who
are not on the books as lepers, and
who believe they are such and wish
to be recoided, so that they may get
On the arrival of the " Board of
Examiners" at the Settlement, all
such cases as above specified were
notified to report, and the Board of
Health police were instructed to as
sist in getting them together.
Eighty-nine persons responded to
the call and presented themselves
before the doctors. Twenty-three
of the eighty-nine persons were de
clared not diseased, 13 suspects,
and the balance, 53, afllictcd.
The ceremony of examination be
ing over, the people of the Settle
ment stated their grievances to the
President of the Board of Health,
and the curtain drops.
The 23 persons declared healthy,
did not want to leave the Settle
ment, they having in many in
stances propei ty and so were allow
ed to remain. JNo Kokuas were
THE TANGIER TROUBLE.
Tangier, April 5. Hostile de
monstrations occurred this moining
about the American Consulate, the
outcome of the refusal of the Moor
ish Government to entertain Consul
Lewis' demands. The Consul and
his wife have gone on board the
warship Enterprise. There is great
London, April 5. Sir James Fer
guson, the political Secretary of the
Foreign Otlice, announced to the
House of Commons this evening
that Her Majesty's Government had
offered to act as mediator in the
differences between Consul Lewis
at Tangier and the Moorish Govern
ment. He said the English Min
ister had done what he could with
propriety to biing about an adjust
ment, but without success. The
case had been referred by Consul
Lewis to the United Stales.
London, April 5. A dispatch to
the Independence Beige from Mn
diid eaysj The United States Gov
ernment refuses to accept the pro
posed mediation of Germany in tho
dispute with Morocco and demands
suitable indemnity and apologies.
It is, feared, that the United States
steamer will bombard Tangier.
Washington, April 5. Secretary
Bayard to-day received a cablegram
from United .Slates Consul Lewis at
Tangier, the tenor of which is that a
BiilUfnctmy settloincntof the trouble
with tho Moorish Government will
soon be reached. "
A committee of eleven members
of the Chamber of Pepnties has
been appointed to consider the pro
posal of tho Panama ("anal Com
pany to i&suu a lottery loan. Five
of the inemheis ajo ill favor of the
loan and four are opposed to it,
while the other two desire to make a
moie minuto examination of the
Bargains in Embroideries,
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
"Look lieie, you scribe," said the
Marshal, calling to a Bulletin re
porter this afternoon, "the police
men do not 'stand watches of 12
hours ; it is 8 off and 8 on. And
what Is more thero are now 18 men
on active patrol at one time and four
for special duty. Fonnerly, before
this recent change, there were but
13 men on active patrol. The town,
furthermore, from Princess Liliuo
knlani's l'alama residence toPunch
bowl is.patrolled. Of course," "con
tinued the Marshal, "one watch wilt
have two watches of 8 hours each
to-day, hut will have but ono to
morrow, and so on."
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
iiefoke dole, j.
Moxiur, April 10th.
Tho Court opened nt 10 a. si.
Foreign jurors in attendance.
Ming Ching is sworn in as a Chi
nese interpreter for the term.
Trial of case of Gay vs. Wm. Mc
Candless begun this afternoon. Ca
lendar No. 38.
J. S. Martin vs. L. B. Kerr, as-
sumpsit. Defendant's demurrer ar
gued on 1 1 tli inst. First point
overruled and second allowed.
Counsel given -18 hours to amend.
V. V. Ashford for plaintiff; A.
C. Smith for defendant.
The King vs. Lee Fook, perjury,
2nd degree. Defendant's demurrer
argued on. 7th inst. First 3 points
overruled ; -Uh allowed.
A. S. Ilartwell for prosecution ;
V. V. Ashford for defendant.
W. It. Castle vs. Lcong Kit et al. ,
assumpsit. Being tried bcfoie a.
W. It. Castle for plaintiff ; Paul
Neumann for defendant Aswan.
Tuesday, April 17th.
Court opened at 9 :30 A. 5i.
jurors in attendance. At
VI :02 5i. took recess until 1 r. m.
Francis Gay and Aubrey Robin
son vs. Wm. McCandless, assump
sit. Partly heard yesterday and
continued until to-day.
Tried before a foreign jury. Ver
dict for plaintiff for amount claimed
81340.00, and interest S3 LOG. 3
jurors dissenting; exceptions noted.
A. S. Ilaitwell for plaintiff; Ash
ford and Ashford for defendant.
L. C. Abies vs. C. F. Wolfe, do
ing business as Wolfe & Co., cove
nant. Appeal from Police Court,
Honolulu. Being tried before a
Cecil Brown for plaintiff ; W. O.
Smith and J. A. Magoonfor defend
ant. POLICE COURT.
Tuesday, April 17.
Ah Sang, for assault and battery
on Akana lasVinight, was lined $15.
John Pistano, assault and battery
on Mrs. Lincoln yesterday, repri
manded and discharged.
Kaina, larceny of goods belong
ing to sailor Smith of the steamer
Kaala, was sent on the reef at hard
labor for six months and fined 820.
Three natives were fined for
Arrangements which went into
effect to-day have been made by
the agents of the Australian Colo
nics to have the through British
mails carried across the Atlantic by
the Cunard line of steamers. These
steamers have proved themselves to
be the fleetest afloat, making much
quicker passages than those of the
White Star line, which has had the
British mail contract for some time.
The Ktniria of the Cunard line re
cently made the passage in about
six days. With such trips the time
between Liverpool and San Fran
cisco is reduced to eleven days. The
voyage to Auckland iB often made
in nineteen days, so if prompt trans
fers of mails are made in New York
and in this city a letter may go more
than half around the world in thirty
days. The Oceanic Steamship Co.
is disposed to make every possible
concession to aid in this fast timo
for the Britibh mails, and during tho
next year important changes may bo
looked for. The effort to arrange
witli the Union line steamers to
ni'iku equal mail time between San
Francisco and Auckland or Sydney,
by making connections at Fee-jee,
was not successful, and steamers
will run on the Australian routo for
tho present as heretofore. S. F,
Bulletin, Mar. 28.
A JEALOUS SOVEREIGN.
A curious anecdote has been told
of the Emperor William of Germany.
An artist was commanded to paint
some court ceremony nnd brought
some sketches to the Emperor. In
stead, however, of representing the
Crown Ptince standing upright by
his father's side, the painter had
bketched him witli puo foot on the
step of the throne where the Em
peror was seated. His Majesty at
once seized a pencil, stratched out
the obnoxious foot and drew it in its
proper place, writing on tho margin,
"Not yet." Boston Advertiser.
If man was made to mourn lie
wouldn't do it. JIo would got out
and have foil. N. O. Picayune.
Gentlemen (to consumptive
friend) You walk very slow, Sam.
Satn-r-Yes, but I'm going very fast.
Bar0'ns in Enibroi'd'edDrcsoeS;
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Steam Works, Sunny South,
Tele., Bell 180, Mutual 245.
Depot, 38 Merchant Street,
Tele., Bell 172, Mutual 360.
Tho Only English Apparatus making High Class
TAHITI LEMONADE, GINGER ALE,
Hop Ale, Cream Soda,
And PURE, STRONG EFFERVESCING
PLAIN SODA WATER.
Orders delivered to any part of the
RECEIVED Per "Mariposa," April
15th, Apples, Orang's, Pours, now
Potatoes and Onions, Ciibbngo, lino
Smoked Salmon, etc., etc., at the Call,
fornla Fruit Market, King street. 18 ot
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of tho finest Home Made
French and Plnin Candles, the most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, call nt the Pionear Steam
Candy Factory, Bukcty nnd Ico Cream
Parlors, established ISG3. Hotel, oppo.
site Bethel street. F. Hokn, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orna
menter. P. S. The only place where
the Gcnuiuo Uutter Scotch is rnnnu
fautuied and sold. 1G if
THE BEST ICE CREAM, Calces
JL anu C'unnics al the Klite. 13 lw
TSlE GROSSTE AUSWAHLvon
JlJ teiucn billjer Wtuucn fur llocli.
zits lcsehcnke zum Verkauf
VJ ing wedding
presents will find a
tine assortment nt Solid Silver Ware at
the store of M. Mclnurny. 08 tf
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
ciothing will be gratefully rccclv.
cd for the use of the Inmates of the
Urunch Hospital for l.tpers at Knkuako,
or al the Leper Btttltnent on Molokai,
if loft Willi J. T. Waterhousc, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
RYAN'S BOAT BTJILD1NG
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
LEASE for SALE.
DASE of property on King
I street, near cemetery.
Willi dwelling limisc thcteou.
Li-aso 3J yours to run. Buildings may
he icmoved nt ispiration of leate Price
$150. Apply to
17 lw .1. E. DROWN & CO.
An Invoice of White Bros,'
For Sale at Lowest Kates
IN LOTS TO SUIT
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
74 King st.
U King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos (k. Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
MISS. P. THIELE,
On Beretnniti street near Piikoi.
(Formerly McQuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, Fronch And German taught, und
Muic Locin given
A safe convcuiiir-M will oill for nnd re.
turn chilifr-n living at a ril-bincr.
72 MuMiidTidi'plirnoNo BUI. ("Hm
THE BEST PAPER tibub-rll...
JL lur t the "lAiiiy HuMi-tln," CO
ecu s per month.
JOB PRINTING ol all kimli exe.
cuted nt tho Daily B uixetim Office
' PtJiSpriug'Summtr Clothing,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
DOZKK - PER DAT.
Island ordeis solicited. J03
A SMALL LOT OF THE CELEBRATED
d 117 A m
"The Queen of Table Waters."
-FOR SALE AT-
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
NOTICE of REVOCATION.
NOTICE U hereby given that the
power of attorney given to C.
Clieong Ping dated October 1, 1SS6, is
hereby revoked, and said C. Cheoug
Ping !h no longer aulhonzed to act for,
or sign our firm name, or to bind the
firm in any manner.
WING ON WO COMPANY.
Honolulu, April 0, 1688.
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
my power of attorney dated Slav
31st. 1887, to act in all respects for hsil
Kce, of the dim of Wing On Wo & Co.
is In full foiee and unrevoked, and that
as fciieh attoi ncy I have authoi i.ed Man
Chip to act as my substitute, but not to
sign the said firm name except per pro
curation or by proxy and that all notices
otherwise stating aie inconect.
C. CHEUNG PING,
1C 7t Attorucy'Jn fact for Kal Kee.
FOR RENT, LEASE,
The Walkiki residence of Mr. Fred n
Haj seldcn situated at Kapiolani Pnik
between the residences of lion. W. G.
Irwin, and Mr. Frank Brown, U offered
for rent, lease, or sale. For terms apply
to the undersigned.
92 tf FRED H. IIAYSELDEN.
lho premises at ICdlhi Valley adjoin,
ing the residence of Jin. Murkliain und
known a3 tho Guerrero Homestead. They
consist of three distinct lot, viz:
1 House lot upon which slands a sub
stantial two 'story house and oul-liousos.
Area about 1 3-4 acres.
2 House lot of about 3-4 ol an acre.
3 Houso lot and taro land. Area about
2 1-2 acre;.
For further particulars apply to
J. M. MONSARRlT,
74 Merchant Street. tf
COTTAGE TO LET.
FIVE minutes' walk
tlui Post Office.
able for a bachelor.
J. M. MONSAKRAT.
nPHEE COTTAGES in
nt the Fish Market.
COTTAGES TO LET.
'PWO COTTAGES fully
X appointed, heautif- My
located, within 5 minutes'
walk of the Post Office. Anopporttu
nlty seldom offered to secure a comfort
nblo home within cusy reach of tho
btisluesB part of tho city. For paitl
nulars Inqulro nt
001 tf GULIOK'S AGHNOY.
COTTAGE TO LIST ON
BFnVKEN" Plikol and Kee.
auinnkti street i, lot runs
tluouuli to Kinnu street, 100
frontage. Gru ruMiirnie. Outtipo
omui'ii', 5 room", ciinugd iuuru aid
tallies for 3 or
1 lioiso-.. Item $.0 per
mont .. Applj
K UltOWN & CO.,
ONLY READABLE PA
IR ' in the Kiiiuauin "Teh
L PER' 1"
Daily llulletin." 00 ceuts per month.
temple" if fashion! '
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
By the S. S. Mariposa, due here on the
12th, Mr. Ehrlicli will return to Honolulu
with the balance of tho Stock of Goods ad
vortised to arrive here on the Australia.
The 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 Sab.
Francisco in time to 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.
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
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Allotypes and New Chromos, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
'Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Frames, at
Bags, Dressing Cases,
Scrap Books, at
Gt. WEST & CO.'S.
Bedroom Furniture, Book Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Baby Carriages, Doll Carriages, Boy's Carts and Small
Wheel Barrows, at
G. WEST & CO.'S. ?
Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Accordeons, Drums, Flutes,,
Violins, Banjos, &c, &o., at 'l l
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Guitar, Yiolin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at
G, WEST & CO.'S,
Picture Frames, Cornices and Mattrnsscs made to order, at
G. WrEST & CO.'B.
PianoB and all kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned and
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
G. WEST & GO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
Dupoo Hums & Bacon, Kits Salmon Hellion, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs Pork, Smoked Halibut, Kxtra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Hoston Biowu Bread, Table Fruits, Gerraea,
Hut-kiii & Franco American Feed Co.'h AhnoiIM .Soaps,
Kidgea Food, Imperial Graimm, Itolled Oats, Breakfast Food,
biun, Graham Wafers, Oati-n Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Wafcia, Chocolate Wafers, Pretavlb, Piunes,
Dates, huts, Apples, Fieneli l'oas, Pop Corn, Garden Seeds,
heat, Flour, Uutter, llouoy, plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
Ami n mmi Absor't of Staple & Faccy
B" Loavo your orders,
Groceries, at Prices to Suit the!
or ring up 119. -1
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