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Barg'ns in -Embroid'ed Dresses,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
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"WEDNESDAY, MAY a, 1888.
Sclir Canute fiom Kimit
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
II B SI S Oaioliuo for Unwnll
For Kauai, per stmr Wulalcalc, Slay
1 Lol Z S Spalding, Mrs J Kaukoka
lonl nml several otlioii.
Kor Kniml, nor stmr Mlkulintn, May 1
AV It Gould and wltc, Misses lcubeig
(3),"N' II Miuimlng, G 11 lloffRanid
and many otliois.
For Maul and Hawaii, per tmr Kl
naii, May 1 lion S 0 Wilder, lion W
II Daniels, V V Ahfoid, J N 3 Wil
liams, A 1 Peterson, W 0 Achl, 1'aul
Neumann, Ills Honor Associate Justice
MoUilly, Mr Hopkins, L Aseu, U 11
MiUcu, Mi'.s K 13 Uliaffee, II K Jlnefar
lanc and muiiv ollieis.
From Hawaii and Mnul per W G Hall
Mav 1 D Foster, A Jaeger, W A Mc
Kay, It Cation, I)r Gray and wife, W
A "Gould and wife, Father Leonine,
Mrs M A Fuller, Miss 11 X Foster, Miss
N 8 Fuller, G K Kwart, Mis 13 II Kod
gers uud fit deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W G Hall 0729 bgs sugar. 1C5
fogs awa, 08 bag' coftec, 17 hides,
ISO head of cattle, and 10 calves.
Tho Alex McNeil anil Sonoma arriv
ed at San Fianclseo the day the steamer
The Ceylon was 21 days going fiom
Honolulu to San Fianclbco hist tlip, the
Bowue 22, the Foiest Queen 10 and the
April 22, the uaikentinc S G Wilder
aud Planter an Ived at tan Fiancico,
1GK and 1SJ. days fiom this poit res
The S.iranac, Ceylon and S Uowne
were loiding for Honolulu -when the
The Amy Tinner sailed fiom New
York via Boston for Honolulu on April
Apiil 1G, the Lurline arrived at f-an
Francisco, 31 days fiom Hilo.
The German bk Fieidiich arilved at
San Francisco, Apiil 22, 113 days from
KEMrFF In San Francisco, April
18th. Louis' Meicdith, bclocd son of
Cornelia Selby and Commander Louis
Kempff, U. S. N., aged 9 yeais 5 mon.
and ia days.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The U. S. ships of war Ticnton
and Nipsic arc expected here from
Commander KfP. Leary, U. S. N.,
has come to reliovc Capt. Kenipfl of
the U... S. Adams.
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Sixty-tiihui: tins of opium weie
found in the coal bunkers of the S.S.
Australia, yesterday no owner.
Sm William Wiseman, Princess
Kaiulani and others, weie out early
this morning, enjoying a horseback
A pair of gold eye-glasses have
been lost; a leward will bo paid the
finder by letuining them to this
Mr. Cunha's horse and buggy ran
away on Boietania sheet this morn
ing. Tlie buggy was smashed and
the hoiso disabled.
Tiiuun was a little disttubance
among the people at Kakaako last
evening, which the authoiities settled
with but little difficulty.
CAr-TAiN Kempir of tho U. S. S.
Adams lias loeoivcd the sad intelli
gence of the death of his little 6on,
aged 9 years, at SanTiancisco.
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A native boy was thrown off his
lioise in front of the ClnncsoThcatio,
last evening, and his head badly cut
in two places, by striking the road.
At 10 :30 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing H. H. M. S. Caiolino will weigh
anchor and depart for llavui. Tho
King will'go by the Caroline to Kai
lua. Another lot of hay and ginin has
been received by Mr. .7. F. Colburn,
also algciobu lire-wood, rind charcoal
which he is offering to his customers
at a veiy low rate.
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Tun latest news from Hawaii is to
the effect that tho volcano is un
usually active. Now is tho time to
tako a look at this "wonder of tho
world." All no inclined will have- an
opportunity to go by the steamer Ki
nau, which leaves hero for Keauhou,
tho nearest port to tho volcano, on
Monday next, the 7th instant.
The Dutch man-of-war Zilvorou
Kruis, was in San Francisco bay
when tho Austialia loft. Tho Zilver-on-ICruis
is a massive- wooden train
ing sliip, on a voyago around tho
world. Her crow nuinbcis 252, of
whom 200 are luds recoiving instruc
tion in marine waifuro. The Zilver-en-Kruis
may bo looked for at this
poit in tho courso of timo.
Marshal Sopor says that good
dpgs, that is, those that havo no dis
ease, may bo redeemed from tho Sta
tion House, by tho owners procuring
a tag from tho Tax Collector, Theio
nio now 20 or moio of tho animals in
the pound, and a sorry looking lot
they are. A well-known owner of
dogs is ropoited to havo said that ho
would curry m dog tags in his
pocket, and if tho pets were takon ho
would test the constitutionality of
Bargains in Embroideries,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Mn, J. 1. Dowsctl, Jr., in combina
tion with others, stinted a new ilniiy
yesterday, anil is supplying customers
at 8 and 10 cents per 'quart. Tho
name is Honolulu Dairy. Next
month this new company will bo pre
paioil to supply other than wliolcsalo
cfistomois, which nio being supplied
Drill of Co. C Honolulu Kiflcs at
Prayer meeting in the vestry of
the Central Union Church at 7:30
Services at St. Andrew's Cathed
ral at 7:30 o'clock.
Oaliu Lodge K. of P., meets in its
hall, Fort street, at 7:30 o'clock.
Mystic Lodge K. of P., meets in
Harmony Hall, King street, at 7:30
Meeting of Engine Co. No.
their hall, King street, at
Meeting of Engine Co. No
The Honolulu Social cllih
at 7:30 o'clock at their hall for
struction in Hie art of dancing.
Meeting of the Y. M. C. A., boys
at 2 :30 p. m.
deception by Princess Liliuoka
lani, at her residence, Palatua, from
3 to 5 p. in.
Kegular quarterly meeting of tho
Pacific Hardware Co., in their office
at 10 a. in.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. 1 MORGAN.
At his salesroom, at 10 a. m., by
order of the assignee of Choy Tin, a
bankrupt, a lot of new furniture,
rice mills, koa lumber, etc.
A May-day festival was given
j'cstcrday by Miss P. Thiele to her
elementary and kindergarton school,
on Beretania street. Seventy-five
smiling-face, happy children were
there, many of them accompanied
by their parents. The children
romped and played and laughed and
were as happy as larks. Itcfresh
ments, of couisc, weie on the pro
gramme. Mr. J. Williams appear
ed on tho scene and photographed
the group. This is said to be the
first May-day celebration held in Ho
nolulu. SUCAR MARKET.
The condition of the New York
market has improved somewhat.
Raws have advanced 1-16 of a cent,
but the San Francisco market re
mains unchanged. On cost and
freight terms there have been sales
in New York at 3i cents for 9G deg.
test. Centrifugals near at hand
and bu3'ers have bid 3 3-10 for load
ed cargoes. Latest quotations from
New York are 5$ cents for 9C deg.
The American Refinery has finish
ed loading the ship Henry B. Hyde
for New York, which is tho second
vessel loaded by that refinery this
A VETERAN GONE.
Henry Stephen Davids, engineer
in the United States Navy, died at
Sandwich, 111., on February 8, 1888,
at the age of 50. The deceased
gentleman did distinguished service
during the war of the rebellion,
and was on the retired list at the
time of his death. Our respected
townsman, Captain Ross, was an in
timate fiiend of the late II. S.
Davids, they having served togethor
in the same ships. The deceased
visited-Honolulu on two or three dif
ferent occasions a good many years
ago, while in tho navy, and is still
remembered here. Ho was a mem
.bor of the "Loyal Legion of the
WASHINCTON IRVING BISHOP.
Mr. Washington Irving Bishop,
the mind-reader, is more or less
known by reputation to almost
everv newspaper reader. The name
"has been before the world for many
years, m connection with public ex
periments tending to show tho gen
tleman's capability of reading tho
unexpressed thoughts of others.
Mr. Bishop is now.in Honolulu and
staying at the Hawaiian Hotel, hav
ing arrived by tho steamship Austra
lia yesterday. He has come here
fpr the purpose of lest, and not for
work. Ho will, however, probably
give ono public exhibition after a
few day&' recuperation. Mr.
Bishop's health lias been consider
ably broken by overwork, and his
voice badly impaired. He hopes
for restoration in the "Paradiso of
the Pacific." Mr. Bishop is a
pleasant, gentlemanly man to talk
with, modest and unassuming.
GOAL IS HIGH
And M'wei', hard wood sawed into
Htovo length. For salo in quantity
to suit at low prices by T. J. King,
at tho Union Feed Co,, Queen street.
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY TWr.NY-riVE CUNTS TEK TOUNP.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs are quickly relieved by to
genuino lluttor Scotch, only to bo
found at the Pioneer Steam Gundy
Factory of F, Horn. Plenty of testi
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
BALL OF COMPANY B.
Last night Company B of the
Honolulu RiUos gave another of their
delightful parties at their armory,
on Beretania street.
The armory was beautifully decor
ated. At the entrance was an arch
way of feins and flags, vory taste
fully arranged, and as the guests
entered, they were received by
members of tho reception commit
tee. The ladies weie conducted to
the ladies' waiting room, which was
a little to the light of the entrance,
and was made by-draping flags from
the ceiling. The gentlemen were
shown to the gentlemen's dressing
room, which was at the farther end
of tho hall, and draped with flags
hung from tho ceiling. Over tho
drapery was the word "Busy" and
under it a xery good imitation of a
bee. This devico was frequently
alluded to by tho guests, as being
very appropriate. ,
There were about 300 present,
including officers in uniform from
the various warships in port. A
prominent feature of the affair was
the number of Rille men in full dress
uniform, which showed to advan
tage in such an assembly, where
there was no lack of exquisite toilets.
During the evening light refresh
ments were served, and at 11 :30 i
m., an elegant supper. The pro
gr amnio contained 13 dances, for
which music was furnished by Ber
ger's stiing band.
The whole affair was an entire
success and reflected great credit
upon the committee who had it in
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Court opened at 1 :30 p. si.
Professor Alexander recalled, tes
tified : Opu is included in the des
cription of this lease. There are
other lands included in the lease,
Kewalo, Kalawahine, and part of
Pawaa, Government lands this side
of Makikt Valley. Kalawahine was
not Government laud, it was a pait
of a mahelc. I don't know of any
Government grants out of Opu.
Theic were two grants to Kameha
mehaV before he was King, adjoining
Opu. This grant joins the Lunalilo
asylum line. The local name of
this grant is Kaiwiokaihu. This
lease covers all these lands. Puna-
hou was given by Bold to Bingham
in 1828, I think. There is an award
for ,it, and it must be on record.
There is nothing shown in the lease
about Kalawahine or Kewalo. I
did not know that thi3 strip of laud
belonged to Kalawahine. Haalelca
was in possession of his land at the
time of this lease. Don't know
whether John Ii was or not. The
distribution made by Kamchameha
I has substantially held until now.
Kamehamcha 1 had more power
than any other king since his time.
I think the Privy Council always
existed, but was not brought into
prominence until 1810. I think it
originated with Kamchameha I. It
was called together by the King ; it
was a council of chiefs wllo were
usually consulted on all acts of im
portance that were to be done by
the King. The Sumner property
deed was based upon an award of
Kamehamcha III. There were a
number of Government land sales
befoie 1817, before a division of
land was made. I don't remember
the Government buying land from
chiefs before the mahelc. The
Government became distinct from
tho arbitrary power of the King in
1810. The King's power was not
absolute even befoie that time, as
there was always a council of high
chiefs upon any important matter ;
they were considered more than
councillors, they were partners.
Kamchameha I gave lands and took
lands away. Makawao was a land
sold by the Government before the
mahcle. I think it was one of the
lands left in the hands of tho King.
I think it was sold in 1847.- Sales
also took place at Kulaokahua be
fore 1818. I think if we had f Un
reports of the Privy Council of that
time, wo could find out why the
Government sold these lands and
what title they had to them. The
Kuhina Nui did not exist in Ka
mehamoha l's time. Kamchameha
HI and IV sold crown lands without
consulting with their Privy Council.
1 know of one nnassigned land be
ing sold by a king; it was tho land
of Pueo, Hilo. Kamchameha IV
sold it, and after his death the
Legislature passed a law granting a
title to tho land.
Tho case was then adjourned until
Thursday at 10 a, m.
BEfom: nicEKUTON, J.
Wednesday, May 2nd.
Mele Leo Sun ot. al. vs. S. W.
Mahcloua, assumpsit, $185.25.
Defendant's appeal from Police
Cuuit, Honolulu. Partly heard
yesterday and continued until to
day. Judgment for plaintiffs for
J. M. Kaneakua for plaintiff; S.
K. Kane for defendant.
Kentucky Tcacher4(of infant geo
graphy class) Tommy Blood may
tell us what a strait is, Tommy
Blood It'B jest tho plain stuff
'tliout notliin' in jt,
tFVou WANT A SITUATION
X udvcriUc in the Daily Bulletin.
New Shades in Dress Goods,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Wednesday, May 2nd.
Peter Quinn vs. Kahuakai Quinn,
deserting her husband since April
28th, second offence. The defend
ant pleaded guilty and was sen
tenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for ten days.
J. T. Watcrhouso vs. J.
Geisson, assumpsit for
Judgment for plaintiff for
interest $20 ; attorney's
sion S7.CG, and S3.-15 costs.
S. Colin & Co. vs. J. II. Van
Geisson, assumpsit for $'23.75.
Judgment for plaintiff for $.23.75
and S15.G1 for interest, costs aud
Chas. Hammer vs. J. II. Van
Geisson for $83 and $30.35 interest.
Judgment for plaintiff $127.13,
which includes costs and
W. C. Crook vs. W. T.
aid, from tho 27th of April,
uieiit for plaintiff for horse, harness
C. J. Hardee vs. Dr. P. P. Gray
for $47.40, from April 27th ; still on
One Chinese vagrant got -10 days
at hard labor.
Ah Fook, alias Ching Hook, from
April 13, charged with forger', was
committed to the Supreme Court for
BEET SUCAR FACTORY.
The corner-stone of the new bect
sucar factory at Watsouville will be
laid to-day. The ofilcers of tho
Western Beet-sugar Company have
made arrangements to celebrate the
event in an appropriate manner. It
is understood that the Directors of
the company will be present, but in
tho absence of Claus Spreckcls his
eldest son, John D. Spreckcls, will
lay the stone. Addresses of wel
come and the usual programme for
such an occasion have been decided
upon, and it is said that during the
ceremonies the prominent business
places in Watsouville will be closed,
as the enterpiiso is regarded with
some favor by the residents. On
the 2'lth ult., the time announced
for the distribution of beet seed in
Watsonville, more than 175 farmers
were present on the factory grounds,
and about thirty tons of seeds were
distributed to those who signed the
contract to raise sugar beets. Dur
ing the latter part of last month
fifteen car-loads of machinery for
the factor' arrived from the East.
The machinery was made in Ger
many, and was shipped from Ant
werp early in January. I he boilers
are being made in this city and tho
evaporating pans in New York. The
construction of the factory is being
pushed as rapidly as possible, the
force of laborers having been doubled
last week. Large shipments of lime
stone from Santa Cruz have been
made to the factory grounds, but
GOO tons will be required to com
plete the factory, and as yet not
one-third of that quantity has
anived. It is expected that
thirty-five car-loads of machinery
will arrive from the East some time
this month or early in May. The
machinery comes in bonded cars,
but the Treasury Department grant
ed a request that the cars bo opened
and the machinery taken out and
appraised at Watsonville' instead of
m this city, the port of entry. Ap
praiser Beck has been in Watson
ville during the week, making a
valuation of the machinery so far
received. S. F. Call, April 11.
CONDITION OF THE EMl'EKOU.
QUEEN VICTOKIA IN UEltLIN.
Berlin, April 23. Accounts from
the sick-room at Charlottenburg arc
comparatively cheerful. The part
ial recovery of the Emperor has
amaze'd oven the specialists in atten
dance and gives hopes that it may
be more that temporary. Although
ho had a restless night, owing to fits
of coughing, the Emperor evidently is
stronger and declares he feels better
than for weeks past. He was able
to cat a hearty breakfast, including
solids, and lunched on broth and
The Emperor's geneial condition
is satisfactory. The discharge fron
the throat is copious ami me swell
ing of tho glands has decreased..
Berlin, April 211 a. m. Tho
Emperor continues to improve. His
fever is decreasing.
Dr. Mackenzie has written letters
to the Kreuz Zcitung, Post and
Cologne Gazette denying the recent
charges against him, stating that he
summoned Dr. Bergcmann with duo
courtesy. Dr. Mackenzie had a
long interview with Prince Bismarck
to-day. The doctor's letters to the
three papers above named were in
serted under legal compulsion.
Berlin, April 23. The newspaper
almost unanimously welcome the
Queen of England to Berlin, anil ex
press rogrot for the mournful occa
sion of her visit. Bismarck's ex
pressed desire that n worthy recep
tion bo given the Queen has Imd an
effect upon the cntiro press of tho
empire, anil an ngreeablo change of
tone is noticeable in articles on the
subject. It is generally understood
the Queen comes solely to sep her
imperial son-in-law before hp dies,
and to give her daughter the sup,
pprt of iter 8yaipatlies,
For Spring Summer Clothing,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
MISCELLANEOUS FOREICtl NEWS.
Gibraltar, April 23. The British
gunboat Falcon sailed hence to-day
for Capo Juby, in consequence of
an attack by a body of tho Sultan
of Morocco's troops upon the North
African Company's depot at that
place. The Moors killed tho man
ager of tho depot and wounded
others. Help is urgently needed.
London, Apiil 18 it is again
stated that the Duke of Marlborough
will visit the United States next
sunimer, where ho is expected to
marry a rich widow.
Berlin, April 18. Lord Salisbury
has informed the German Foreign
Office that Queen Victoria disap
proves of tho proposed marriage of
Princess Victoria to Piinco Alex
ander. Rome, April 18. Owing to the
protests of tho Polish Catholics, the
Popo has discontinued negotiations
for an entente between Russia and
piTY, CARRIAGE COMPANY.
V This Company is ag'iln rcorga.
nized and prepared to accommodate llie
traveling public to any pirt of the city
and suburbs. Good carriages and niton,
tlve drivers. Stand: Jleiciiant and Fort
itrcctf. Ring up Telephone Mutual
457 and Bell 110. 31 lw
ESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have just received ev Australia
another lot of that " PHILADELPHIA.
LA.OEH BEBR" in kcc3. which thev
are offering to their customers. !H lw
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN isalivo
JL livening paper. 00 cenl ppr month
THE ONLY READABLE PA
JL PER in the Kingdom "The
Daily Bulletin." 60 cents per month.
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Tiio
JL moit popular paper published.
IF YOU leally want your money's
worth of the llucst Honio-llade
French and Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancv and
Plain Cukes, call nt the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ice Cream
Parlors, established 1SG3, Hotel, oppo
site Bethel street. F. IIoiiN, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orna.
mentor. P. S. Tho only placo whore
the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu.
factured aud sold. 10 tf
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
loruia Pott, Mudciia and Malagu,
for Bale in kegs and cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
CLEAN RAGS aim bccond hand
clothing will be gratefully iccuiv
ed for the Ubc of the inmatci of tho
Branch Hospital for Lepers at KnkaaUo,
or at the Leper Scttlmcnt on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Watcrhouso, jr., at tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas Mill.
BUSS. P. THIELE,
On Beretania street near 1'iikoi.
(Formerly JIcGuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A safe conveyance will call for and re-
turn children living at a distance.
72 JIulual Telephone No. COL 'im.
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Made in America.
Meals Superior ' to all Others,
GONSAXVES & CO.,
Hole AgcntH of tho Hawaiian
fcA BOUT seven acres of good pasture,
"aTA. rice or gaidcn ftnd, al Kapalumn,
about a mile and a half from town, with
a two-btory dwelling house, kitchen
stable and other out houses.
TorniH 5 Xor Slontli.
COTTAGES TO LET.
TWO COTTAGES fully
located, within Q minutes'
walk of Ibo Post OfUcc. An opportu
nity seldom ofl'ered to sccuro a comfort,
able homo within easy reach of tho
business part of tho city. Fpr parti,
culars inquire at
001 tf GULIOK'S AGENCY.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
ETWKKN Piikoi and Kec.
auinoku slreeu. lot runs
tluough to Kinuu street, 100
feet frontage Good pasluiago. Coltugu
conlalns 0 rooms, carriage house and
ktahles for 3 or -1 hoi-bos. Rent $80 per
month. Apply to
U, J-.. .. H i . vvr.,
1$ Merchant street.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
(M Oping of
Dry fioods & Fa
Keeeived by last steamer a Choice mid Well-Selected Stock of NEW
GOODS, bought personally, to which 1 most respectfully
invite the Indies for inspection.
Ail Elegant Line of New Dress Goods at 20 cents per yard.
Ladies will bo pleased to select fiom our Stock the following Goods
which will be told at the
LOAVISSX" 13 1215 KOCK PXtlOES.
Gieat ifmoHicrt in
White t'iiuc, Jtutisic. Merrsiirlicr, lSuiuu Suiting. Chambrny,
Satine llrocades, Enibioidetl Swiss, Fancy Giulianis, Linen Lawns, Etc.
Kiitlrcly Sew "KUrilint I'UIUI'.."
Great ntlension is called to our Slock of EMBROIDERIES
Oriental Laces, Torclioi Laces anil Spaiisl Laces,
Which wo ieeeicd diieet from Switzniland and we nro olleiing all Embroi
tleiics and Laces at Lower 1'iiees than can be bought elsowheie.
Children's Dresses & Children's Lace Caps
In all the Latest Stvles,. 100 ROY'S SAILOR SUITS nt $2.50,
worth !f-1.00. ROY'S KNEE RANTS UNION TWEED at 75
cents per pair. An Elegant Line of
Entirely New; just the thing for tho picsent season. A Large Assortment of
GENTS' STRAW HATS, in the Latest Styles. MISSES',
GIRLS' and HOYS' STRAW HATS.
Roechcd direct fiom the East a Largo Assortment of
GcuIk', JOiiIicN MiisHOH' mid Oliiltlveu'c Slioeix,
Which will bo bold at the Lowest Prices.
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
Are receiving by every incoming- steamer from San
Furniture, Chairs, Pianos, Guitars, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES IN
PIANOS and 37UI2,t0:TU:OJE
Sold on tho Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Iland and Made to Order.
FOR SALE AT
G. WEST & GO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
I' I '"" J I" UVW "0 M'l '."V ' "S
tlie Latest novelties
& 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
Fancy Goods !
- ' iy
New goods !