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The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
TUESDAY, APRIL 24,
April 23- , , , ,
Japanese mau-of-war Tsukuba from
'lahlti ,, . ,tr
Bk Alice Mull- from Newcastle, N S W
April 24 t ,
Sehr Kawallanl from Koolau
Bcln- Alary from ICnual
Bcln- Nettlo Mcnill from Kauai
Stun- Iwnlaiil from llninnlaia
April 24 ,
Stmr Kinau for llllo and way ports at
4pm . L .
Stmr MlkohaW for Kauai at B p in
Stmr W G Hull for Lahalmi, Manlaca,
Kona ami Kan at 10 a m
Stmr Suprisc for Hawaii
Stmr Lcliuii for Haiua'aia at 5 p m
Stmr 0 11 Bishop for Ka.ial at 5 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Waialcalo for Knuat at 5 p m
From llamakiia, per stun- Iwalaul,
April 24 K T Kickard and 12 dcok.
For Maul, Hawaii and the Volcano,
per stmr WO Hall, April 21: For the
Volcano l)r and Mrs Gray, Mr and
Mrs W 1' Gould. For other places
Mrs L.I Kevev, child and lmrsc, Mrs E
S Ciinah' Father Leonora, E Jones. .T
M Horner, J Wallace. W It Low, !Na
liolcou, Mrs .T Welmrdson, Miss Dovon
schcelc, D P Smith, .Miss W L Baldwin,
J Kaeo and others.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Iwalani 5103 hags sugar.
The bark Veritas is discharging near
the 1 M S S dock.
Tho bark Island City is docked at tho
new wharf on tliu Esplanade.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Sam. 1C. Kaeo, attorney at law,
has his office at No. 0 Kaahumanu
The Japanese man-of-war has gone
off a short distance to hold target
The King did not go to Hawaii by
tho "W. G. Hall this morning, as was
expected ho would have done.
Dumi'-cabts with soil, chips of
wood, and clay-stone, were filling up
holes on the Esplanade this morn
ing. Invitations for the literary exer
cises and danco to bo given by tho I.
0. 0. F. on the 20 th iust., arc being
'"The chemistry of a familiar
liquid" will be the subject of lecture by
Prof. Van Slyko, at Punahou, next
The Honolulu baseball nine havo
accepted a challenge from the Van
dalia team to play a match game at
Makiki next Saturday.
A piece of land on Maui was sold
at auction yesterday, by Mr. Morgan,
for $550. This land was mortgaged
fiomo years ago for $10,000.
Invitations arc being issued by
Company U, Honolulu Itilles, to a
dance in their armory, on the even
ing of tho lirst of May next.
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The Chief Engineer of tho Morn
ing Star'has n sea-horse preserved in
alcohol. Ho got it from a native on
ono of the South Sea Islands.
of wheat, and barloy
Cant. J. It. ltobertson on
thin iRlaiul. near Waialua, is on view
at Davis & WHdcr's, Fort street.
Aukanoements arc being mado for
a reception to tho officers of tho
American men-of-war, at the Hawai
ian Hotel next Friday ovening.
The arrests up to noon to-day
were a nativo pair on a cliargo ot
adultery, u Chinese common nui
sance, and ono of opium in possesion.
Mil. W. C. Parko haH been ap
pointed assignee of tho bankrupt cs
tato of S. Decker, Wailuku, and no
tifies debtors to pay their accounts
MEMBEitsof Co. B. Honolulu Rifles
will please tuko not-ico that a full at
tendance is requested this ovening,
at 7 :30, at tho armory, as arrange
ments for tho coining hop aro to bo
The second division of the Liliuo-
kalani Educational Society will givo
a ball at tho Honolulu Hides' arm
ory, May J 5th, for tho benefit of said
society. Tickets may bo had from
tho committee at $1 each.
Govkunoh Dominis. accompanied
by Major Holt visited tho Itazboynick
thiB morning and His Excellency
J no. Austin, Minister of Foreign Af
fairs, paid a visit this afternoon, both
recoiving the customary salute on
loaving tho vessel.
A iuuqk belonging to tho Itazboy
nick is tho only vessel that sports a
Bilk flag. Tho sailors havo a vory
peculiar way of Rowing raising the
bidden of their oars considerably
obovo tho gunwale and resting on
them for a second.
ttjs Ex. Lorrin A. Thurston and
Mrs. Thurston, Mrs. II. Hell, Mrs. J.
Bell, W, W. Goodalo and wifo, Miss
A. Hnlstead, Mr, and Mrs. Alirip, W,
JI. Shlpman, J. McGuiro, Mr. Ostron,
C. j. Lano, Miss Barnard; and Mrs.
Aholo and child, aro booked to loayo
by tho Khau tliis evoning.
Bargains in Embroideries. Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Dresses, For Spring Summer Clothing, Hew Siiadcs in Dress Goods, T E IS B I E ffl E E? A BJ 9 A !li f -m
At At uo to At Q CaSKlS fa&a fci?S 9 ffHIBlW bl . . tSI
The Arcade-EGAN &
Parties of young pcoplo climbed
Punchbowl hill last evening and hold
communion with tho moon.
AnEroRTF.u of a. nativo newspaper
who'hns licon growling In print for
Homo timo past, about tho Police not
doing their duty, was arrested at
Emma Square last evening, for using
vulgar language, but was released
uftcr receiving a lecture from tho
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Court Lunnlilo, No. GGOO, A.
Forresters meet in Oahu Lodge
of P., at 7:30 o'clock.
Co. B Honolulu Hides, drill at
Excelsior Lodge I. 0. O. P. meet
at 7:30 o'clock.
Band Concert at Thomas Square,
nt 7 :30 o'clock.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will play
this evening at Thomas Square,
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
March Black Hussars Mlllockcr
Overture Light Cavalry Snppo
Finnic Lohengrin Wagner
Selection 11 iguon Thomas
Selection Boccaccio Suppo
Waltz Morning Papers Straitas
Quadrille Bou Tour Zikoff
Sunday school annual picnic of the
Bishop's congregation of St. An
Meeting of the stock-holders of
tho Mutual Telephone Co. , in the
Company's building at 2 p. in.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nr J. F. J10KGAN.
At his residence, Nuuanu avenue,
at 10 a. in., all tho household furni
ture. GOAL, COAL, GOAL.
Coal is very high and scarce, wood
is cheap and plentiful, that is, if you
call on T. J. King, at the Union Feed
Co., ho can sell you tove wood
cheaper for cash than ever heard
of beforo in this country. Call and
sec him about it 25 3t
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-FIVE CENTS TER POUND.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs aro quickly relieved by tho
genuine Butter Scotch, only to be
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
U-'.'J-U-' I U! JUL I
Wc met at Kahulul,
In the freight house near the store,
The "AVlldcr Wight" a brand new
Stood snorting at the door;
Having been called together
To argue in debate,
Questions that concern us all,
The people and the state.
But how wd groaned when Crlety,
Took possession ot the lloor,
To give the waiting people,
As he often has bcfqrc
A thorough exhibition
Of what ho does not know,
In the style the Sand Lots used to hear,
When "Diiinis" ran tho show.
You should have seen tho consternation
That the many faces wore.
When they listened to such Latin
As they never heard before;
Oh ! the weariness that seized us
As we gathered from his theme,
That he thought himself in Limerick,
And was talking In a dream.
Ho said the "ridlculoslty".
Of the present state of things
Would lead to ''whimsicalities"
That would "adjudicate" the Kings.
Then ho quoted from "Euri-ple-dies"
From "Socrates of old Itomo"
From "Dlagenes the poet,'''
Till wo wished ourselves at home.
When, sadder but not wiser.
We adjourned to meet no more,
Wo saw a sight that pleased us.
And I laughed till I was sore,
Cricty and the "Wilder Wight"
Were debating on the track,
And every time ho snorted,
Tho "Wilder" snorted back.
One of the Victims.
Kahulul, April 20, 1888.
A CLASS OF NUISANCE.
Eihtoii Bulletin: There is a
class of nuisance connected with
Emma Square concerts that should
be abated. Last evening no loss
than seven saddle horses hitched in
the vicinity were tampered with, by
removing saddles or detaching a
stirrup, tossing tho same in tho mud
where tho rider would find it after a
long search. This would not seem
so malicious if it were perpetrated
by boys nearer tho age of ten than
twenty, which is not tho case. It
seams that if tho police officers
would bo more vigilant they could
arrest a few specimens of these
sneaks who perpetrate theso childish
and pucrilo offences.
CONSISTENCY, ETC., ETC.
Euitqii Bulletin : Permit mo to
concede, through your valuable col
umns, the cntiro excellency and
brilliancy of the ilawlcss brain power
which Messrs. Jno. M. Horner and
13, Bailey "oxhibit in their advocacy
of prohibition 1
Still I beg to observe that for tho
good of their, tho Christian reli
gion, thoy will have tlm consider
ation to ascertain what they really
think they think, beforo writing any
more pa this subject.
CO. Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO. The Arcade-EGAN & CO. The Aroado-EGAN & CO. o :j
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From both their communications
one is led to believe that drink is tho
creation of the devil, who is trying
to destroy tho chosen nnd ruin the
world by this moans. Most rovorend
men, this is all fallacious. Aro you
forgetting tho fundamental doc
trines of your religion? You say
that God created the world and
everything in it, and in tho Bame
breath tell us that the devil made
wine. Aro you disremembering tho
many instances quoted in the book
of books of revelry, debauchery and
shameless drunkenness which in no
case were even as much as rebuked
by tho possessor of tho all-seeing
eye? Arc you oblivious of the little
incident which occurred at tho feast
of Cana, where your Saviour drank
wine of his own creation and which
all tho world believed, until ono of
the lustrous lights of fanatic prohi
bition, Bishop Chas. Fowler, gave
tho holy record tho lie by proclaim
ing that Christ had merely hypno
tized tho crowd and served them
with harmless vinegar? Arc you
not neglectful of the words of your
Lord and Master during his sojourn
on earth, when He himself at the
first sacrament of holy communion
mado wiuo the symbol of his blood
which so freely llowed on the cross
for your sins? Are you going to
ridicule, condemn and attempt to
destroy that which He created, drank
and left to you as an inheritance and
emblem of his sufferings for you?
In asking theso questions I am
answering them. Alas, this is what
you are doing. And yet all this, you
will say, is none of my business, l
will say it is none of yours, and the
devil, caring for his own, would say
it is his.
So much for the consistency of so
called Christian men and women, as
far as their teachings are concerned
relating to temperance.
In reviewing the history of the
temperance discussion for the past
forty or fifty years, it is evident its
advocates now concluded that the
man cannot bo cured of his appe
tite ; and the only way to save him
is to prohibit everybody from fur
nishing him that which will satisfy
the cravings of that appetite. Ad
mitting this, wc arc led to ask the
port question: What merit is there
in a virtue which accrues to a man
who is merely temperate because he
cannot obtain wine? Is this not a
parallel case to a natural born thief
who, caught in his evil ways is im
prisoned for a certain time and of
necessity becomes an honest man
during his incarceration? Most
thoughtful men, have you ever con
sidered that your one-sided argu
ments arc fraught with reasonings
which bring not alone ridicule upon
your cause but also upon your
Christiun religion ?
Children, you are not stupid per
sons ; you are stupidities !
May I most humbly ask, who are
you? which part of your anatomy is
better than the average man's? Why
is it that you, above anybody, should
undertake to make the majority of
pcoplo conform to your principles
when you ought to know that by
your mode of procedure you arc
casting ridicule upon yourself and
your cause, and are promulgating
sacriligious principles which would
make an African Bushman shiver?
Let us back to common sense.
We will sa' there are eighty thou
sand inhabitants in this Kingdom.
I defy all the cold water advocates
to produce more than ono hundred
of this number which may be stam
ped as incurable, hopeless drunk
ards. Then, for the sake of one hundred
weak men (and it is only, tho weak
that succumb) tho other 79,900
must adhere to the principles of a
doctrine which has nothing to recom
mend itself but fanatic imbecility
and selfish gain. The brotherly love
which your master taught and also
practiced, and which you ignore is
certainly ridiculously absent from
your selfish doctrines of prohibi
tion. Gentlemen, if you are so much
better than tho average man of
creation, down upon your knees, sirs,
and offer sincere thankB for being
so ; but for heaven's sake, do not try
to insult common sense and decencoy
through your fanatical, far-fetched
and contradictory arguments.
Mr. Editor, permit rac right-here
to challenge any and all arguments
of these destructionists.
In conclusion, I beg to express
one devout wish, it is this: I would
like to possess a ilawlcss skull of a
prohibitionist for the purpose of
making it into a drinking cup.
Being very fond of sparkling wino,
1 would lileo to sec it sparkle where
nothing over syarkled beforo.
John. F. Smith.
TO THE VICTOR THE LAUREL.
Eimtok Buxu'.ti.s: The retire
ment of Col. v , V. Ashford from tho
'command of the Honolulu Rifles,
brings once moro this our military
body to the front. It is not to con
sider whether his withdrawal is a
question of "to be or not to be" for
the oxistcuce of the battalion, or
whether this retiring ofllcer can bo
aptly substituted by anybody else,
but it ought to bo taken into just
and proper consideration, whether
he, tho hereto gallant leader of this
vory successful bodj' of soldiers, in
duo recognition of his value, in
honest appreciation of his services
rendered to tho people, ought to bo
allowed to retire, without our haying
given lum a visible tangiblo to
ken of thankfulness and esteem,
in exchange for the achievements
attained through his efforts.
Let us cast a retrospective glanco
upon tho weary timo that preceded
the ever memorable event, how the
nation sighed and suffered under a
quasi-unbearable yoke, yearning for
a liberator, when fortunately iu the
end, V. V. Ashford appeared on the
scene, to deliver us into the hands
of a different government, by all so
You all remember that eventful
nnd exciting day, when he inarched
into tho armory at tho head of his
battalion, what rousing cheers you
had for him and his command, what
tremendous thundering "hurrahs"
you sent forth, which shook the very
building to its foundations. Then
and there ho was tho most popular
man in this realm. But what havo
you done for him? Nothing. For
tho work was hardly done, when a
sort of change stole over the spirit
of your dream.
It is not too late to mend, and ere
tho curtain drops you have yet a
chance to take such dignified views
of his services as tho gallant colonel
merits. Rise yo comrades of the
battalion and offer your martial
commander mich manifestations of
reverence as will put to blush, those
who ought to bo foremost in ex
pression of recognition. Do not let
history put to shame nor give occa
sion to a coming generation, to re
cord you as lacking nobility of soul
and gratitude. Hawaii arise and
with becoming grace place upon the
parting hero's brow a glittering
wreath of golden Laurels.
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
DOLE, J., l'KKSIDING.
Tuesday, April 2-1.
The Court opened at 9 :30 o'clock,
a. ji., when the case of the King vs.
W. S. Luce was called. About 50
minutes were occupied in empanel
ing a jury. The following gentle
men finally constituted the jury:
R. J. Lillie, E. J. Spaulding, W.
II. McLean, W. Lanlz, W. C.
Wilder Jun., P. Opfergalt, T. K.
Moore, R., W. Podmore, S.
Ephraim, Jas. Nott, J. D. Tucker,
and F, W. Wood. Mr. W. E. Castle
and Mr. L. A. Thurston were wit
nesses for the prosecution beforo tho
Tuesday, April 24.
Manuel de Itego, seduction of
Mary Ann Medeiro during the
month of Oct. '87, at Koloa, Kauai.
W. O. Smith to assist the Crown,
W. A. Kinney for defendant. Con
tinued tp tiie 7th of May.
August Gandeshergen and B.
Gandesuergen, keeping a disorderly
house in Honolulu. Kaulukou for
defendants. Continued to the 25th
Ah Get, common nuisance. Ka
ulukou for defendant. Continued
to the 25th inst.
Ah Get, opium in possession. Ka
ulukou for defendant. Continued
to the 25th inBt.
S. Kamakaia and Wm. Buck,
drunkenness, $G each.
Mose, assault and battery on a
Chinaman on tho steamer Lehua.
The Court declines jurisdiction and
the case is dismissed.
Kaawaloa, assault and battery on
a Chinaman yesterday, discharged.
Ah Cheong, assault and battery
on a nativo yesterday, remanded.
Ah Pai Tam Sem, larceny, on this
Manini, (w), insane, committed
to the asylum.
Tonsorial Artists, 88 King St,
aENTLEMEN" of Honolulu) Please
fnko notice that u neat Barber
Shop has been opened next door to tho
restaurant down Btairs, 89 Kinj street,
by two of tho host practical harbors in
town. Gentlemen aro requested to givo
us a trial. We guarantee satisfaction.
Children' hair cutting a Bpeclnlity.
M. P. JAHDIM,
17 lm ANTON M. LUCE.
Continental and Colonial
36 Hue do Dimkorquo, - - - Paris.
Executes Indents for every description
of French, Belgian,
Swiss, German, and English Goods, at
the best Manufacturers' Lnwast Prices.
Commission. Twoand.a.Half per cent.
All Trade and Cash Dlecounts allowed
to Clients. Original Invoices forwarded
Remittances, through n London or
PariB Banker, payublo on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, direct to tho
The Agency Represents, Buys, and
Sells, for Home nnd Colonial Firms,
Piece Goods, Cashmeres, Cambrics,
Silks. Velvets, Lawns, Chintzes,
Muslins, Curpcts, Cloths,
Millinery, Laces, Gloves,
Fringes, Parasols, Haberdashery,
Gold and Silver Laco,
Flannels, Feathers, Pearls,
Boot3 and Shoes, Glass, and
Ohhia.waro, Clocks, Watches,
Jcwollry, Fancy Goods,
Electro-plate, Musical Instruments,
Fans, Ecclesiastical and
Optical Goods, Mirrors, Toys.
Perfumery, Wines, &o ,
Oilman's Stores, Books, Artistic
Chromos, Machinery, &o., &o,
180 ly S
BUSINESS ITEMS. , . :'M
rjwsaffliGniM Ouemni of ttie Latest Mies . J
want your money's
French nnd Plain Candles, the most
Delicious Ice CrcaraB, or Fancy and
Plain Cukes, call nt tho Pioncir Stenm
Candy Factory, Bakery nnd Ice Cronm
Parlors, established 1S03, Hotel, oppo
site Bethel street. F. UoitN, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook nnd Ornn.
mentcr. P. S. The only place where
tho Uemilno Butter Scotch Is ninnu.
fnctured and sold. 10 tf
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(Formerly McGulro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
AIbo, French and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A Bafo conveyance will call for nnd re.
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Heals Superior to all Others.
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General Ulilpplnc Agency nml l'or
olcn ParcolH Kxprewtf.
Goods, Parools, Baggage, Etc, Etc.,
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COTTAGES TO LET.
TWO COTTAGES fully
located, within G minutes'
walk of tho Post Office. An opportu.
nlty seldom offered to secure a comfort,
able homo within easy reach of tho
business part of tho city. For parti
culars inquire at
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COTTAGE TO LET ON
BETWEEN' Piikoi and ICce.
nuiuoUu streets, lot runs
through to Kinau strict, 100
feet frontngo. Good pasturage. Cottage
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Received by last steamer a Choice and Wj.'11-Selcctcd Stock ot NEW
GOODS, bought personally, to which I most respectfully
invito the ladies for inspection.
An Elegant Line of New Dress Goods at 25 cents per yard.
Ladies will be pleased to select from our Stock tho following Goods
which will bo sold at the
LOWEST BED JOOIt PRICES.
Great Novelties in
White '1iul itntlHtc. Secrsurkcr, Stoma Stilting, Chambray,
Sntino Brocades, Embroidcd Swiss, Paney Ginhams, Liucu Lawns, Etc.
Kutlt-olr Sew "SClMM'.ll PHIUK."
Great attension is called to our Stock of EMBROIDERIES
Oriental Laces, Torclioi Laces aii Spisli Laces,
Which we received direct from Sw'uzi'ilmid and wc are offering all Embroi
deries and Laces at Lower Prices than can be bought elsewhere.
Children's Dresses & Children's Lace Caps
In all the Latest Stvlcs. 100 BOY'S SAILOR SUITS at $2.50,
worth $1.00. BOY'S KNKK PANTS UNION TWEED at 7G
cents per pair. An Elegant Line of
BOY'S JJ33SE3Y feSUXIW
Entirely New ; just tho tiling for tho present season. A Largo Assortment of
GENTS' STRAW HATS, in the Latest Styles. MISSES',
GIRLS' and BOYS STRAW HATS.
Received dircot from the East a Largo Assortment of
Grontw, JOnUie."', HVLibhok' null Cliililrexi'M Sliocnt,
Which will be sold at tho Lowest Prices.
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All kinds of Brackets, at
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A large assortment of Bird Cages, at
. G. WEST& CO.'S. ...,,
Crockery, Glassware and Jolly Glasses, at "' ;-
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Oil Paintings, Engravings, Artotypes and !New Chromos, at
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Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Frames, at
Purses, Ladies' Bags, Dressing Cases, Albums and
Scrap Books, at
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Bedroom Furniture, Book Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
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Baby Carnages, Doll Carriages, Boy's Carts and Small
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Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
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Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Accordeons, Drums, Flutes,
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Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at
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Picturo Frames, Cornices and Mattrasses made to order at
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G, WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, -warranted Singers, at
WEST & eO.'S. 105 Fort
65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
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