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For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
T1IUUSDAY, APK1L 2G, 1888.
Seer lliileiikahi fioin I'epeeKco
Huhr Canute for Kuau
Solir Wiihiinhi for Kuan
Sohr Wuloll for Kuan
Stmr Kaala for Walimno anil Wiilnhin
at. U a in
Sclir ICnwallatil for Knolau
lJktnu Discovery for San Fianelseo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slim Iwalanl for Lalmhia and llaniakua
ul S a in
April 2G ItlchimlGui
Tho balk Alice Mary, dipt 1) C
which in i hod j'liMdny ! days
.Newcastle, "S b w; nroiiirlil -l
70 tons of
coal for llder & (Jo.
The Thomas Hollo is In the stream.
The Mystic Hollo was docked this
Tho Morning Star is on the Maiine
The bktno Discovery was towed to
sea this afternoon. Hie took 12,15a bgs
sugar, S" bills of molasses, and 200
bnebs of bananas. Value 58,010.
LOUAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Engink Co. No. 2 turned out for
drill last evening.
Tin: old tug boat,
knocked to pieces.
l'clc, is being
A rouNnr.ur.n yacht is lying hi tho
mud near tho cattle pen.
A party was held on boaid the U.
S. ri. Adams' lnst.cvouing.'
A small crtttago within lo minutes
of tho Post Oifico is wanted.
Skvkn acres of land, with bouse,
stables, etc., arc offeicd for lease, at
.$50 per month.
Tun barks Doulschland, Veritas,
Alice Mary, Alice Miur and Island
City aro all dischaiging coal.
Tun arrest of a woman for desert
ing her husband wut the only "case"
by tho police up to noon to-day.
Tun lecture which was to have
been given to-monow (Friday) even
ing at Oahu College, by Prof. Van
Slyke will be postponed one week, to
Friday evening, May 'lth.
Tin: annual bocial of the Y. M. C. A.
will be hold in their ball this evening.
All the members of the association,
and all the friends of tho society are
At a business meeting of tho Ho
nolulu Social Club, held last evening,
Messrs. .T. II. Heist, W. Mclncrny, J.
B. Gibson, C. Cro.ier, and T. Wolfe
were appointed a committee of man
agement for the coming social gather
ing. Tun Japanese man-of-war steamed
into tho harbor this afternoon and
ancboiing on the sborewaid side of
the Comorant, saluted tko Hawaiian,
American and English flags. The
U. S. S. Flagship Vandalia and II.
1$. M. S. Caiolino loturned the salutes.
The shore batteiy did not respond.
The Iliibsian man-of-war was not
B. B. S.
An entertainment in aid of the
funds of the British Benevolent So
ciety will be given at the Music Hall
on Saturday evening, April 28th.
Among the attractions to be present
ed will be two recitations by Sir
William Wiseman, Bart., who has
kindly consented to give bis assist
ance. Sir William is a skilled ama
teur actor and it had been hoped
that lie would have appeared in
some of the more recent plays, but
time was wanting to get together a
company. However our townsmen
will now have an 'opportunity of
hearing him. Mr. Yarndley will
perform two pieces on the violin.
Mrs. J. II. Paty and Mias Rhodes
will each contribute a solo, and
there aro several solo and concerted
pieces on the programme. There
seems every prospect of a high class
entertainment, and the object is a
most worthy one. Tho box plan
will bo open at Mr. J. E. Brown &
Co.'s to-morrow, at 0 o'clock a. in.
It is just as bard for tho man who
employs a stenographer to refrain
from casually alluding to it as, it is
for a woman to fasten the top but
ton of her Newmarket when there is
a diamond pin at her throat.
An exchange says that out of 1000
graduates 'from our colleges only
seventy-five mako for themsclycs a
name and prominonco. These aro
probably the baseball pitchers, oars
men anil high-jumpers.
Look at her waist! I notico that
tho ladies generally arc wearing
high-necked dresses this year.
"Yes," said tho old fox-hunter;
they seem to have been driven to
cover nt last.
Mrs. Yunkupple Wrhy, Keggy,
what do you mean by eating break
fast with your trousers turned up?
Jt isn't raining. Mr. Yunkupplo
No, dear, but tbo coffco looks
fffrir WViiafehfiH Tnih-,
Bargains in Embroideries,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Band concert nt Emma Square,
at. 7 :f!0 o'clock.
Company A, Honolulu HiIIch
diill, at 7:.'10 o'clock.
Thts uniiiinl social of tlio Y. M.
C. A., in their linll, at 7:30 o'clock.
Celebration of the 00th anniver
sary of the order of I. O. 0. F., in
Harmony Hall, at. 8 o'clock.
lvamclminehn Lodge of Perfection
No. 1, A. & A. S. IL, meets in the
hall of ho Progrca Lodge, at 7:30
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, P. &
A. M., meets for work in the third
degree, at 7:30 o'clock.
Debating Society meets in the
hall of Oahu Lodge, K. of P., at
7:30 o'clock. Tho subject for dis
cussion is "Woman Suffrage."
The Koyal Hawaiian Hand will play
this evening at liiiima Square,
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Pol
lowing is the programme:
March Gypsy Huron Straiws
Ovui tine Slavonian Tito
Choi us Tannhaucr Wagner
Selection Life for the Car Glinka
Magnolia, Ainu Hail, 5Kokohl, (now.)
llpinlniscenccs of all Nations... Godf icy
Wall Pamphlets (new) Strauss
Polka M.ldiilght(new) Waldteufel
Meeting of the Board of Health at
3 o'clock p. in.
Tho Portuguese immigrants who
came by the Thos. 13cll have been
distributed as follows:
Men. Worn. Child.
Wailuku Sugar Co . . .
Onomca bugar Co. . .
Koloa Sugar Co
Meier & Krusc
Kipahulu Sugar Co. .
Lihue Plantation Co.
Paanhau Sugar Co...
S 8 14
7 2 !)
S 3 4
7 G 5
S G 12
12 10 15
10 7 11
10 8 11
10 -1 Kt
5 5 12
Reciprocity Sugar Co. 10
Olowalu Sugar (Jo... .10
Kilauca Sugar Co ..
Kohala Sugar Co...
Haiku Sugar Co 15
Paia Sugar Co 10
H. R. A. MEETING.
The Hawaiian Rillc Association
held a meeting at the residence of
Captain Win. Ungcr last evening.
It was decided that n new 200-yard
bulkhead be erected, and that the
shed under which the marksmen
stand be repaired. It was decided
that a challenge be sent to the 11.
B. M. S. Caroline, to hold a target
shooting contest next Friday after
noon, at the II. It. A. range, with
picked teams of seven men, at 200
and 500 yards, with 7 or 10 rounds
for each man at each range. The
challenge has not yet been answered,
but an acceptance was expected
quite a gathering of
There was quite a
of the Sabbath School children of
St. Andrew's Cathedral first congre
gation at Iolani College, the resi
dence of Bishop Willis, Nuuanu
Valley, yesterday afternoon.
Dancing, croquet playing, and
other amusements were indulged in,
after which all retired to do justice
to a collation of ice-cream, cakes,
and other light refreshments. The
children, one and all, enjoyed them
selves and the afternoon passed off
MEETING OF THE MUTUAL TELEPHONE
At a largely attended meeting of
the stockholders of the Mutual Tele
phone Co. yesterday, the committee
on consolidation, consisting of
Messrs. Atherton, Henry Water
house, C. M. Cooke and C. O.
Bergcr, reported that it seemed im
possible to come to any terms with
the Bell Telephone Co. regarding
The only offer made by the pre
sident of tho Bell Tclcphono Co.
he controlling a majority of the
stock was cither for tho Mutual to
purchase 085 shares of the Bell
stock at 800 per share, and to deal
with the remaining shareholders
separately, or the Mutual Telephone
Co. to wipe out its entire debt, be
fore ho could entertain any proposi
tion for consolidatio.n.
Tho report of tho committee was
adopted, and a resolution passed,
that every stockholder of the Mutual
Telephone Co. for their own pro
tection refuse any longer to ex
tend their support to tho Bell Tele
A communication was addressed
to tbo president of the Bell Tele
phono Co. and largely signed by tho
stockholders of the Mutual Tele
phone Co., notifying them that thoy
having heard tho report of their
committee on consolidation and
Jiniling'thiit amalgamation was im
possible, and in order to protect
themselves, should discontinue tho
iibe of their instruments,
Mr, Cheek (who has just dropped
in) I owe you ten dollars, Griggs ;
can't you lot mo have live more to
mako it (If teen?
Phil Sheridan won't run. Ho
never did before, and it is too lato
for him to learn now. Columbus
j Ohio, Journal.
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SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
Wr.tmusuAV, April 25.
The King vs. V. S. Luce, conspi
racy. Tho evidence being all in, as re
ported m last issue, Mr. Hartwell
addressed the jury in behalf of tho
defendant. Hu called their atten
tion to the tin cc counts in the in
dictment, and said that neither of
them had been proven by the prose
cution. They had heard the evi
dence, ami he would leave tho case
in their hands, especting justice,
unrelenting justice, from them.
Tho Attorney-General for the pro
secution, contended that by the cvi
denco the counts in tho indictment
had been proven and if the jury
considered them so, then, ho asked
for a virdict of guilty as charged.
After His Honor's charge, which
was concise and clear, the jury re
tired. They were out about one hour
and three quarters, and then re
turned with a verdict of not guilty,
three jurors dissenting.
TiiuissiuY, April 20.
The Court opened at 10 a. m.
The Attorney-General moved that
the trial of Geo. W. Macfarlanc, for
conspiracy, lie continued until the
next term of the Court, for tho fol
1st. The impossibility of obtain
ing a jury qualified to try the same,
from the present jury list.
2nd. In order to facilitate tnc
trial of defendant in company and
jointly with the trial of F. II. Ilay
scldcn, with whom said defendant
is jointly charged herein, the said
Ilayscldcn being now under bonds
to appear for examination upon such
charge on the 13th day of May
3rd. To avoid the unnecessary
trouble and expense of separate trial
of tho said defendant, and said Ilay
lth. The absence from Honolulu
and unavailability of a material
witness for the Crown, viz. : L. A.
roth. Tho probability that were the
tiial herein begun, it could not be
concluded at and during the present
term of Court.
Mr. Hatch stated the case was set
for the; next in trial to the Luce
case. The counsel for the defense
were instructed to be ready for this
trial, by the Court in the presence
of the Crown prosecutor, lie said
the reasons set forth in that motion
were not sufficient to w arrant a con
tinuance. He then argued on each
reason separately and showed the
Court why he did not think them
good and sufficient, and therefore
asked tho Court to overrule the
motion 'and order the trial of his
client at once.
The Attorney-General argued in
favor of the motion, and said ho was
not surprised that the counsel for the
defense wished the case brought to
trial this term, as Mr. Luce for a
similar offense, had just beeu aquit
tcd by a jury of his creditors.
Mr. Neumann said that such a
slur on the jury, by the Atlornc3
Gcneral was uncalled for. The jury
weie composed cf as honorable and
upright men as a jury could bo, and
their motives were as honorable as
any of the Attorney-General's.
lie then asked the Attorney-General
if lie wished to prove by Mr.
Thurston anything more than was
adduced at the preliminary trial.
The Attorney-General objected to
being catechised. Mr. Neumann
then said, you refuse to answer? to
which the Attorney-General said,
yes. Mr. Neumann continuing, said
to the Court, the Attorney-General
refuses to answer my question, con
sequently the object of his motion
is to mislead the Court.
The Court reviewed the reasons
sot f oi th in the motion, and con
cluded that they did not warrant a
continuance, so overruled the mo
tion, and set 1 r. m. to-day as the
time for the case to go to trial.
Editou Uuixutin : Will you
kindby allow me some spaco in -your
valuable paper to make an appeal to
the public in regard to an injustice,
which is contemplated by the so
called Heforin Government to a
j'oung native Hawaiian?
Tliu caso is this : A little over a
year ago the young man in question
was established on Fort street in a
little- carving and curiosity shop, and
was doing very woll ; he counted
somo of our best and most Influen
tial people among his customers and
finally got some first-class orna
mental work to do for His Majesty
the King and Her Majesty the
Queen, which ho executed to their
entire satisfaction. So much so,
that His Majesty introduced him
personally to somo members of his
Cabinet and the Legislature, decor
ated him with tliu Urdcr of tho
Royal Household, established by
Queen Kapiolani, and selected him,
among others, to bo sent to Italy and
educated in the art of drawing, at
the expense of tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment, for a term of llvo years.
Thinking that it would bo for his
boy's benefit, his father gratefully
consented to this arrangement, and
consequently the young man left, in
company with Her Majesty Queeu
Kapiolani, for Turin, Italy. Two
weeks ago now, his father received
a notice from the Minister of For-
'' .ftgnniiifl-Wlfirriliiniiiilftrirl hm!-fiM''Aj
Per Spring Summer Clothing,
Tho Arcade EGAN C0.
eign Affaiis to tho effect that on
account of necessity for retrench
ment in public expenses, the Gov
ernment had decided 10 lccall his
The father thereon called on Min
ister Austin and protested against
such a measure, claiming that his
son was taken out of his well-paying
business, without his instigation and
request and even had lo be partially
pcistiadcd by bis father to accept
the offer, by holding out to him the
prospects of getting acquainted with
his (tho father's) relations in Ger
many, besides seeing a good part of
the world by this occasion. But
without avail'. Finally tho father
offered to keep his son one year
longer in Italy at his own expense,
if tho Government would only con
sent lo pay his return passage after
that, but even this was refused.
Now tho father is resolved to
bring a petition before the Legisla
ture this session and claim damages
for his son, and I think he will get
the signature of every right-thinking
man for it, under these circum
stances. I really think that this is carrying
economy lo tbo cxremc of parsimony
and will certainly not tend to in
crease the respect of our GoTern-
ment abroad. I he fattier nau an
appeal a short time ago, from a for
mer resident of Honolulu, who had
been employed for 10 years by
Messrs. Iloffscblacgcr & Co. of this
city, and who is now a manufactur
er in Turin, to the effect that it
would be a pity as well as a shame
for tho Hawaiian Government lo
take so talented a youth out of his
tudies at the commencement, for
want of means.
I think the public will speak in
this matter through tho Legislature
and sec justice done to the native
Hawaiian as well as lo the foreign
residents and their sons and daugh
ters. Tkue Rnronsr.
ONE HUNORED YEARS AGU.
"Ahuiidicd years ago,
If men were knaves, why, people called
And clinic conld see the piison-poilal
Its brow sevcie nt no long vista's end;
In those days for plain things plain
woids would serve;
Men had not learned to admire the
Wherewith the Esthetic Nature's gen
Makes public duty slope to private
No muddled conscience uiiscd tho -av-hiK
A soldier proved unworthy wsa drum
An olllcer cashiered, a civil servant,
(No matter though his piety were fer
Disgracefully dismisscd,and through the
Each bore for life a stigma from the
Whoso far-heard liis made others more
To tike the facile step from bad to
The Ten Commandments had a mean
Felt in their bones by least considerate
Because behind them Public Conscience
And without winclug made their man
Hut now that "Statesmanship" is just a
To dodge the primal cuiso and make it
Since Oillee means a kind of patent
To force an entrance to the Nation's
And peculation something rather less
Uisky than if you spelt it with an s;
Now that to steal by law is grown an
Whom rogues the siies, their milder
sons call smart,
And "slightly Irregular" dilutes tho
Of what had once a somewhat blunter
With generous curve we draw tho moial
Our swindlers are permitted to lesign;
Their guilt is wrapped hi defcicntial
And twenty sympathize for one that
New Yoik Ledger.
Don't laugh when you sec a wo
man trying to drive a horse. It
may seem funny to you, but think
how the poor horse must suffer.
"And, Johnny, what particular
pleasure do you deny yourself dur
ing Lent?" Johnny I've stopped
putting pennies in the box for the
Readinq Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alukeu Street.
Open every Day and Evening.
Tho Library consists nt the present
thno of over Five Thousand Volumes.
Tho Heading Kooiu Is supplied with
about llfty of the leading newspapers
A Parlor is provided for conversation
Terms oi meinucrsinp, uiiy cenin a
inontli, payable (jimrtcily in advance.
No formality reauiicd hi joining oxcopt
signing tho roll.
Strangers from foreign countries and
visitors fiom tho other Islands aio wel
come to the rooms at all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
menus of summit except the dues of
members, It Is expected that residents
of Honolulu who dcsiio to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and all who feel
an interest In maintaining an Institution
of this kind, vill put down their names
and becomo regular coiitiihiitors,
. A. J. OAKTW1UG11T, Pics.,
M. 51. SCO'lT, Vice-President,
II. A. PAHMKLKE, Seoictary,
A. L. SMITH, Tieasurcr,
0. f. KODQKltS, M.D.,
Chairman Hull and Library Committee
" . ,JBB
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worth of tho llucat HomuMnilo
Fiench and Plain Caudle, the niou
Delicious Ico Creams, or Funcy and
Plain Cakes, call at tliu Pioneer Steam
Candy Factoiy, llakory and Ico Cream
Parlors, establisliul 1S03, Hotel, oppo
site Hcthel street. F. Uoun,. Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orna.
mentor. P. S. The only placo where
the Genuine ltuttcr Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 10 tf
X largest circulation of any papi-i
printed in this
Kingdom. 60 cents ptr
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zelts Icschcnko zum Verkauf bel M.
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lug wedding pioscnts will 11 ml a
line assortment of Solid Silver Ware at
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the Kingdom "The
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for sale in kegs and cases by
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most popular paper published.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will bo giatefully rccclv
cd for the UbC of the inmates of tho
Branch Hospital for Lepers at lCnknako,
or nt the Leper Scttlmont on Molokai,
if left with .1. T. Watcrhouse, ji., nt the
Queen Sticet Store. t&f tf
HE OLDEST DAILY in the
Kingdom "The Daily Bulletin."
GO cents per month.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas.' Mill.
MISS. P. THIELE,
On Bcretnnia street near Piikoi.
(Formeily McGuirc's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A safo convoynnco will call for and re
turn children living at a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone No. 504. r3m
Ex "Thomas Bell," from MADl'lKA,
A Few of Tliomi
h'ov Hale nt
22 Queen Btrect.
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Mado in America.
Meals Superior to all Others.
GONSALVES & CO.,
Nolo AscntH of tlio Hawaiian
PITTS & SCOTT'S
("cncral Hlilpplnt; Agency mill For.
cIkii I'nrcclH I'.-inrcHM.
Goods, Parcels, Baggago, Etc, Etc.,
Forwarded to and from all parts of
O. O. D. amounts of fcerviccs collected
in any country.
-O-j-TurlfTH or JCa(H on AiinllrntlonltB
General Agents for Hawnlian Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
00 28 Merchant Btrect. tf
COTTAGES TO LET.
TWQ COTTAGKS fully
located, within 5 minutes'
walk of the 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 Inqulro at
001 tf GULIOK'S AGENCY.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
EHTWKr.N PliUoi and Kec.
ntunoku street?, lot runs
thiough to Klnaii strict, 100
feet frontage. Good pasturage. Coltagu
contains 5 rooms, carriage liouso and
ttablcs for 3 or 4 horses. Hont 20 por
montli. Apply to ,
J. K. imOWN & CO.,
J 4 tf 8 Merchant street.
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JL advertise In tho Daily Bulletin.
63 & 65
Grand. OueiDS of
Dry Ooods m F
Keci'iu-iUiy last steamer u Choice and Well-Selected Stock of NEW".
GOODS, bought powiiiiilly. to wlijch I most lespoctfully
invite the ladies for inspection.
Ail Elegant Line of New Dress Goods at 20 cents per yard;
Ladies will bo plcnscd lo bulcct from our .Stock tho following Goods
which will be told tit the
LOWEST J3130 ItOOIS: PXtlCES.
Great Novelties in
White I'miuo, Itiiiistc. SooruieIUM ESlouiii Suiting, Clinmlrn.y
Saline Ihocadcs, Einbroided Swing, Fancy Giulianis, Linen Lawns, Etc.
I'titlrcly New "SUl'UKlt I'KIUK."
Great attension is called to our Stock of EMBROIDERIES
OiiGital Laces, Torclioi Laces nil Spaisli Laces,
Which wo lcccivcd direct fioin Switoiland nud wc arc oflcring all Embroi
deries and Laces nt Lower 1'iiccs than can bo bought elsewhere.
Children's Dresses & Children's Lace Caps
In all the Latest Stylus. 100 BOY'S SAILOR SUITS at $2.00,
worth $1.00. BOY'S KNEE PANTS UNION TWEED at 75
cents per pair. An Elegant Lino of
isoy'ss .je:i2,e:y" suits,"
Entirely Now; just tho tiling for tho present sermon. A Largo Assortment of
GENTS' STRAW HATS, in the Latest Styles. MISSES',
GIRLS' and BOYS' STBAW HATS.
!II L-CJUVJU NOTICE.
Received dircot from the East n Lai go Assortment of
Scuts', JGatlicw', MisKcw'
Which will bo sold at
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
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, Artotypcs and Kew Chromos, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Frames, at
fecrap Books, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Doll Carriages, Boy's
Wheel Barrows, at
. WEST & CO.'S.
Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Accordeons, Drums, Flutes
Violins, Banjos, &c, &c, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at
G. WEST & CD.'S.
Picture Frames, Cornices and Mattrasscs made to order at
G. AVEST & CO.'S.
Pianos and all kinds ol' Musical Instruments Tuned and
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
mh 87 I-XOTVOLTJJL.XJ. iy
OF FASHSON !
the Latest Mtios
the Lowest Prices.
65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
Dressing; Cases, Albums and
Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
WEST & CO.'S.
Carte and Small
- v. 3v8m