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Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Dresses,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1888.
80111U guarantue. So far ni I know
my brothct'n testimony in regard to
the settlement of the account is
Cross examined by the Attornoy
Gcncr.il : L gave evidence at the pie
limiuary examination. I heard of
this settlement after I came from
England. 1 generally examine the
tiiul balance, and then give my
oulera in regard to what accounts to
look up. I was here from the first
day of J88G, until 1 left in tho inter
est of tho loan bill, "which was in
September. I was aware of largo
quantities of liquor going out on
llnysclden's order. I think you
suggested the idea that it was elec
tion gin. 1 said I suppose it was
for that puiposi', and others such
as limits, and for the boat house,
and other places, where His Majesty
directed it lobe sent. I was in
Honolulu on the 21st October, and
The defence here rested .
Mr. Neumann addressed the jury
on behalf of the defence, and the
Attorney-General for the Crown.
The Judge chatged the jury, re
viewing the evidence and explain
ing the law.
Tho jury retired at 5:45 o'clock,
and returned with a verdict at 1 :55,
the following morning as follows:
1st count, acquittal ; 2nd count,
disagreement; 3rd count, guilty 2nd
degree, tlnee dissenting. (
Mr. Hatch asked that the jury be
JNIr. Peterson said it was an un
usual thing, but he would not raise
Mr. Hatch quoted an authority
which stated that as a rule the poll
ing in a criminal case is allowed.
The jury was then polled on the
third count with the following re
sult: Guilty J. E. Bidwell, A. Petrio,
A. Moroff , W. W. Wright, II. Mcin
tosh, W. C. Kins, M. N. Sanders,
J. A. Kennedy, T. Turrill.
Not Guilty W. Roland, A. N.
Tripp, E. G. Schumann.
Mr. Neumann excepted to the
verdict on the grounds that it was
contrary to the evidence and law,
and moved for a new trial.
Satukdat, April 28th.
The Coutt opened at 10 a. si.
when tho Attorney-General 'for the
Ciown moved for sentence on G. W.
Macfarlane on the third count of in
dictment, for conspiracy "in the
The attorneys for defenso moved
for a stay of proceedings that they
may file a motion for an arrest of
Tho motion, which was as follows,
was then filed:
And now comes said G. W. Mac-
farlanc, by his attorneys, and moves
the Court to arrest judgment in the
above entitled case, on the follow
ing grounds, viz:
1st That the third count in the
indictment on which the defendant
was found guilty is not sufficient in
2nd That the verdict of the jury
was contrary to the law and
3rd For, misconduct of the jury.
4th For ii regularity in the em
paneling tho jury.
5th For newly discovered evi
dence. G. V. MACl'AltLAKU,
By his attorneys, Paul Neumann
and F. M. Hatch.
The Judgo then called tho defend
ant and passed tho following sent
You are found guilty of the offense
of Conspiracy in the second degree.
Tho law authorizes the infliction of
imprisonment at hard labor for not
more than two years, or a flue of
not moro than two hundred dollars
as the penalty.
Among olher defenses your coun
sel urged that tho removal of goods
from tho Custom House without
paying duties thereon, by means of
orders of parties who aro by statute
exempt fronf paying duties upon
goods, is and has been a common
practico in this community. There
is strong reason from tho ovidenco
in this case, and tho case of the
King ys. Luce, to belicvo that for
some time past, until lately, some of
tho highest officers in the Govern
ment have not only openly conten
anced such transactions, and made
it easy to carry them out, but have
been themselves parties to them.
But this fact is no defence to any
offence against the laws of tho
country. I am inclined however to
regard this state of things as a pro
per matter to consider in mitigation
of tho offonco of Vrhich you have
been found guilty. It iB natural
that if tho legal administrators of
the laws, and other persons of in
fluence, encourage disobedtenco to
them, by both precept aud example,
tho public conscience becomes in
evitably demoralized: it is natural
for men to be strongly influenced in
their attitude towards the laws, by
tho attitudo of those who by their
olllcial responsibility may bo re
garded as the authoritative cham
pions of the laws, and where such
attitude is unlawful and immoral,
Bargains in Embroideries,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
many aro inevitably misled into
wrong conclusions. It thcrcforo
seems to mo that I may reasonably
and justly, both from the standpoint
of the Government and of yourself,
mid in view of tho recommendation
of the Attorney-General, make your
penalty a fine instead of imprison
ment, which 1 fix: at tho sum of two
hundred dollars and costs.
SI Mir Llkullko from ICahnhil -Stmr
Kllmion Mutt from Ihitnakua
Stnir U It HMion ft urn Kmml
fcclir ICnnlihia fioin Kauai
Stmr Lchmi fioin llatnakiia
Stmr Knitlu fioin Wnlnlua ami Wnlnnno
- A pi 11 28
Slmr Wnimanalo for AYalniannlo
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr C It Bishop for a circuit o Oaliu
at 9 a in
Stmr .las Jtakco for Kauai nt fi p m
Stmr Llkcliko for lCuliulul nt 5 p m
Stmr Knnla for Waiatiao and Walalua
at 0 a m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolnu at 'J a in
Ship Ivy for s-an Francisco
Schr Mol AVahlno for Hawaii
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CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
JLIKellkc 5112 bag sugar and 27 hides.
Hishop 15S0 bag's sugar.
Ktlauca Hon 27S5 bags sugar, anil 11
From Kahulul and way ports per stmr
Llkclikc, Apr 28 W M. Giffnul, 11 Mol
Icr. Mrs II G Ticndwny, Mrs Knlnmn,
F Scholtz, Miss Scholt., Alissltatubonc,
T 1 Lyons, G E Thrum, W H Daniels,
L vou Tcmpsky, A Claikc, Mrs Chris
tiansen and 85 deck.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fixn weather and plenty of sugar
Tun S. S. Australia will bo due hero
fiom San Francisco on Tuesday next,
The W. H. Dimond will sail fiom
Kahului for San Francisco next Tues
day. At the Anchor Saloon can bo
found the celebrated Philadelphia
Lager Beer on draught.
Mechanic's communication came
a little too lato for to-day's paper,
but it will appear in our next issue.
Tun bark Cam Dual armed at
Kahului yesterday, with a load of
coal from Newcastle, N. S. W., for
Wilder & Co.
Parts of asugar mill from the old
Kohala plant wero landed nt Kahului
yesterday, by the Kilauea Hou, for
On and after the 1st of May, Dr.
C. B. Wood, lately Government phy
sician for Honolulu, will bo associated
with Dr. J. Brodic.
It is earnestly desired, by the
principal of Fort-street school, that
all pupils bo present on Monday tho
30th inst., tho beginning of tho next
Tun vacant position of Govern
ment Physician for Honolulu has
been offered to Dr. A. Mouritz, but
ho has declined to accept tho ap
pointment. Timitu will bo a special service for
childi en, addressed by Rev. George
Wall.ico, in tho Y. M. C. A. hall at
3 o'clock, to-morrow afternoon. All
children and youth cordially invited.
Tin: First Division of the Liliuoka
lani Educational Society will hold its
annual meeting on Tuesday, May 1,
1888, at 3 p. m., at the usual placo.
Full attendance requested.
Lii:ut. Carlin, of tho U. S. S. flag
ship Vandalia, will givo a boating
party and a musical entertainment
in honor of Miss A. Dudoit, next
Monday evening, if tho weather is
The only arrest by tho Police this
morning was Frank Fiereiia, charged
with assault and battery on Jose
Fortado. Tho caso was called up in
tho Police Court this morning, but
was continued until May 1st.
A Chinese caso of malicious in
jury to property, after occupying
considerable ot tho Polico Couit's
attontion since tho 18th inst., was
ended this morning, by tho two
Chinamen charged with tho oflense
being find, ono $2.00 and thootlioripl.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The entertainment this evening at
tho Y.M.CA. hall under tho au
spices of tho Blue Ribbon League
will bo given by membors of the
crew of II. M. S. Caroline, (except
the address) and consists of tho
Song v. Smith
Recitation J. Cm lis
Song V. Wj Ight
Song , J, Duuliip
Flute Solo W. Wilght
Song T. M in ry
liecit.illun ... , . , J. Cm lis
Song , . W. Nonkca
Addiess .Roy. II. II. Gowcu
Tho exercises begin at 7:30 and
to avoid a too lengthy programmo it
is understood there will bo no re
sponso to encores. Everybody wel
come. Thero is a genuine caso of tho
office seeking llio man in Kentucky.
He is a country postmaster and lias
absconded with 8100 woith of
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings, Hew Shades in Dress Goods, For Spring Summer Clothing, T E M D 1 C ft C C A Q U I ft II f m
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Bine Ribbon Leaguo entertain
ment, in the Y. M. C. A. hall, at
Concert in aid of the funds of tho
British Bciiovolcnt Society, in the
Music Hall, at 8 o'clock.
The Hawaiian Rille Association
team of six men Messrs. F. Hus
tacc, C. II. Nicoll, J. W. Pratt, J.
Brodic, J. II. Fisher and J. Roth
well beat the Caroline team
Mcssis. R. Ruff, Hutchinson, W.
Rcadhotisc, B. Childs, W. Williams
and E. Hampton by 00 points, in
the target shooting contest yester
day afternoon. Fisher and Pratt
made tho best scores, 30 each, at
200 yards, and 13. Hampton the best
at fiOO nnd COO yards, scoring 33 at
tho first and 32 at the last range.
13. Hampton made tho best total
score, 01 points. Frank Ilustaco
raado the greatest number of points,
88, in tho II. R. A. team. The to
tal number of points made by tho
II. R. A. was -187, and by the Caio
lino team, 437.
RECEPTION AT THE HOTEL.
There was a (brilliant assomblago
at the Hawaiian Hotel last evening,
to receive the officers of tho naval
licet now in port.
The reception was to Admiral
Kimbcrly and the olllcors of the
American men-of-war, but the offi
cers of the other naval vessels in
port were invited to be co-recipients.
The assemblage presented a most
gorgeous appeal ancc. The naval
olllcers in their showy uniforms, the
ladies in most elaboiato toilets, to
gether with the beautiful docora
tions, all tended to make a daz
During the reception the band was
stationed in the pavilion and played
After the reception dancing was
indulged in to the music of Berger's
At midnight an elegant supper
was served in the private parlor off
the dining-room. Dancing was re
sumed after supper and kept up un
til tho programme was exhausted.
The whole affair was a decided suc
AUCTION SALES ON MONDAY.
BY J.. J. LEVEY.
At the residence of II. Bciger, on
the plains' all the household furni
ture. A free bus will run from tho
corner of Berctania and Fort streets
to convey intended purchasers to
COAL IS VERY SCARCE
And high in piico. T. J. King at
the Union Feed Co., has a large lot
of hard wood 6awcd into stove length.
For sale at very low prices for cash.
Call and see him about it. 28 3t
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-FIVE CENTS TER POUND.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs are quickly relieved by tho
genuino Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. lloin. Plenty of testi
3L C. A. Gospel Praise Service
at C :30 r
M. Come mid bring a fitend.
Kmvaiahao Ciiuiioii. Rev. II. II.
Puiker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. 31. Pleaching at 11 A. M.
Kaumakapim Chuiich. Rev. J.
AValanistu, paBtor. Sunday school at
9 a.m. Preaching at 10 -30 a. m. and
7 :!!0 p. M.
Queen Emma Hall. Gospel and
song scrvlco for Ilawailans who speak
English at at!! p. ji. Good slnglug.
Shoi t talks. Everybody welcome.
Japanese Shiivice : Gospel and
Son Services at 11 a.m.; Bible Class
7 :30 p. M., In the Japanese Y. 31. O. A.
Room, Queen Emma JIall, corner of
Beictauia and Niuiaim streets.
Centhal Union Ciiukch. ltcv. E.
G.llcckwlth, D. D., pastor. Sunday
school and Bible class at 0:15 a. m.
Seiviccs at 11 A. m. and 7:30 v. m.
Chinese Ciiuiioii. Fort street, near
corner Iloictanla. 3Ir. Kong Sliul Ka
evangelist. Chinese Sunday school,
!::10a. ji. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 p. ji. Preaching 11
A. m. and 7iU0 p. jt. Ulblo class iu
Chinese Y. 31. O. A. Hall, C:'J0 P. m.
Rohan Oatiiolio Catiikdkal.
0 and 7 A. m., low mass; 10 a.m., high
mass, with sermon either in Hawaiian,
Portuguese or English, alternating ae
ooi cling to the tin eo principal different
nationalities of tho chinch; 2 p. ji., io
saiy aud catechism; 4 :Ii0 p. ji., Instruc
tion and' benediction of the Blessed
St. Andukw's CATiiEuitAi,. Tho
services at St. Andiow's C.ithedial to
moirow will be: Holy Communion,
0:30 a. ji. JIatlnb with sci
nuiii at 0;!I0. Hawaiian evensong at
a:30r, m. Evensong with sermon at 0
p. ji. Scats aio unappropriated.
Second Coiigiegation. Rev. Geo.
Wallace, pastor. Morning piuyer,
with scrinou at 11:15 a. ji evening
prayer with seiiiiou at 7:30 p. ji.
Sunday bcliool meets nt 10 A. ji. Seats
1 jj j umi .j i
It has been discovered that kisses
lovo kisses, wo mean-are full of
electricity. Now wo know why
old maids have always described
them as shocking,
Griggs Va'es, T guess I can go
you a fiver ; but will you tell rao
what kind of nerve food you use?
At uo to S IhIwII hBm 1 1 ffw 1 1 1 r 1 ''"HB
Tho Aroado-EGAN & CO.
News from the Society Islands I
Fighting botweon tho Trench
and Natives S
Killed and Wounded on Both Sides !
Tho Japanese warship Tsukuba
has brought news from Tahiti of
t.oublc on ono of the islands of tho
Society group. The following uc
count is taken from a private letter
brought hero by the Tsukuba:
Papecte, Mar. 2G, 1888.
I enclose you the olllcial journal
containing the Governor's version of
the annexation of tho leeward isl
ands. This is one side of tho ques
tion and there aro so many other ac
counts, that it is dilllcult to get at
the truth, however, I will try to givo
you tho correct account as far as I
Mon. Lncascado being desirous of
having the honor of hoisting tho Hag
so as to advanco in grade, etc., etc.,
hurries away on board the "Decrcs"
(as had ho waited another month tho
admiral would havo been here), M.
L. pretends to have received orders
from the Homo Government, (that
also is doubtful.) At any rate he
went off in a hurry and you read his
account of the comedy. How he
was received with open arms, (he
was, but they were loaded), etc.
Whereas, on Ruiatca, nearly all the
men are in the mountains, some -100,
well-armed, and they say they will
not accept tho French flag. At
Borabora the people simply said
they could not oppose the hoisting
of . tho flag, but they protested
against tho hoisting thereof until
word came from England that the
treaty existing between France and
England had been abrogated. At
Huahinc, on the 21st inst., tho Capt.
of the "Awai" was on shore getting
a bath when a native (who is an
"Idiot") called him a "puaa Frani."
He was very wrathy and demanded
his arrest. The natives refused to
do this, saying that the man was a
"mama." A little while after tho
"Decres" arrived with tho Governor
Mon. Lc Enscigne de Vasseau
Denot was ordered to land with 25
men and the interpreter Cadousteau.
While they were on their way to the
shore, a canoe was fired at by the
"Awai" or "Decres," (I do not
know which), with a gatling gun.
Tho canoo contained 2 women, 1
man and a sewing machine, which
was mistaken by the French for
arms, (a ten gun battery pcihaps.)
They did not intend to hit the canoe,
but unfortunately they did. Had
they only fired at it the women
would have been safe. Ono report
says: killed the two women and
wounded the man in tho leg. An
other : that one woman was shot in
the head but not killed.
In the meantime, the people on
shore were getting ready to leceive
the "Decre's" boat. On ncariug
the beach Cadousteau seeing their
hostile attitude called out in native
that they were not coming to Ihjlit,
etc., buthe was told to get out of
the way, that some of their people
were killed, and tho natives on shore
commenced firing. The lesult wns
Ensigne Denot and 2 men were shot
dead, and t mon wounded, 2 of
whom will probably die. The fight
must have lasted between one and
two hours. No one knows how
many natives were killed, if an', as
they wero all behind cocoanut trees,
etc., and it is hard to find out how
many natives there actually were
who had guns. Some say only C,
others say 20. They havo very lit
tle powder at Huahino, but aro sup
posed'to havo plenty at Raiatca and
are also armed with Winchester
Thero is a very strong feeling
hero against tho Governor and Pla
cards (written not printed) were
posted yesterday and this morning,
calling him an assassin, fraudulent
bankrupt, etc. They consider lie
should have waited for the Admiral.
The Decrcs went away again this
morning to Huahinc, aud it is doubt
ful to say what will bo the end, as
the natives might take it into their
heads to fight. Had M. Lacascade
waited for the Admiral no lives need
havo been lost on either side as
there would havo been 400 more
men at least. As it is tho natives are
not ovorawed by superior numbers
or ability. The ambition of M. L.
may yet cost Franco some valuable
lives and some coin, to say nothing
of tho poor devils of natives. It
seems Mint England is also acting
very meanly. Why docs tho Gov
ernment not send out word that the
treaty has been abrogated, and let
the poor devils know they can ex
pect no assistance from her? In
Borabora they aro praying all tho
time that something may happen to
keep tho French away.
Now, of courso, I cannot vouch
for tho truth of all these reports, but
to sum them up, a comedy in three
acts aud a tragedy in ono :
1st Tho natives aro not anxious
for the ling on any of the Islands.
2d They aro waiting for news
Od Tho Govomor lias imido a
mull of the whole affair and should
havo waited for more men bo as to
insuie a peaceful issue.
-1 tli The French lost one officer,
2 men and four wounded, nnd lost
also their guns aud small arms.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO. . w
63 & 65 FORT STREET. j$
Cth Am afraid tho affair is not
yet ended and may result in moro
loss of life.
fitli There arc a few natives in
Raiatca and Huahino iu favor of the
French, but nono in Borabora.
7th Tho whole group is not
worth to Franco tho lives they havo
already cost her, and never will be.
The French wcio very lenient with
them after losing their men, as they
could have bombarded and destroy
ed the settlement, and both the
English and Gcunans would have
8th Governor Lacascade is to
blame in the whole affair and de
serves punishment instead of pro
motion. 9th They mistook a sowing ma
china for arms.
10th Tho French fired first.
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on draught at tho Anchor Saloon. 2'J It
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X "The Elite Ice Cream Parlors1'
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THERE IS a peculiar delightful
llavor about all the Candies of the
Now Candy Factor, which makes them'
so popular wun young nun oiu. o iw
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of the finest Homc-Mndo
Frcneh and Plain Caudle, tlie most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, cull at tho Pioneer Stcnm
Candy Factory, Bakery nnd Ice Cream
P.ujors, established 1S03. Hotel, oppo.
site Bethel street. F. Hoiin, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Ornn.
menter. P. S. Tho only place where
the Genuino Butter Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 10 tf
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feincn Silber Waurcn fur lloch.
7(its Icschcnke zum Verkauf bci 31.
31clnprny. 03 tf
ENTLEMEN ABOUT purchns.
inn wedding presents will find a
lino assortment of Solid Silver Ware at
tho store of 31. Mclnerny. 08 tf
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X advertise iu the Daily Bulletin.
Grand. Opening of
Dry Ooods &
Kccoiedby last steamer a Choice and Well-Selected Stock of NEW
GOODS, bought personally, (o which I most respectfully
invite (he ladies for inspection.
An Elegant Line of New Dress Goods at 25 cents per yard;
Ladies will bo pleased to select fiom our Stock the following Goods
which will ho sold at the
LOWEST BED ROCK PRICES.
Great Novelties in
White i'liinc, JtntiHtc. Seersucker, Itoma Suiting, Jlinmlrny,
Satino limeades, Enibroidcd Swiss, Fancy Giulianis, Linen Lawns, Etc.
I'utlrcly "Kl'ritl'.It lUttK."
Groat attension is called to our Stock of EMMIOIDEIUES
Oriental Laces, Mom Laces mi Sjanisa Laces,
Which wo iccoicd diicet from $witcrlund and c aro offering all Embroi
deries and Laces at Lower Piiocs than can bo bought elsewhere.
Children's Dresses & Children's Lace Caps
In all the Latest Styles. 100 HOY'S SAILOR SUITS at $2.50,
worth $1.00. HOY'S KNEE PANTS UNION TWEED at 7G
cents per pair. An Elegant Lino of
BOY'S JlEEfcSiEJY feSTJIT,"
Entirely New; just the thing for the present season. A Largo Assortment of
GENTS' STKAW HATS, in tho Latest Styles. MISSES',
GI11LS' and IJOYS' STRAW HATS.
Received dircot from tho East a. Largo Assortment of
Geiitfs Hauliers jVEInhon' unci ClillOrou'N SIiooh,
Which will be sold at the Lowest Prices.
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
Aro receiving by every incoming steamer from San
Furniture, Glairs, Pianos, Mm, Pictures,
Crockery "Ware, Baby Carriages,
Fancy Goods !
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Always on Ilaiid and Mado to Order.
tho Latest Novelties
& 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
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