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Darg'ns iu Embroid'ed Dresses,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
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FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1H88.
Stinr Surprise from lCumi
Stnir Jas Mnkco from Kiiunl
Selir Waloll fmin Kunu
Sclir Catcrlna from llutinlel
Sclir Mlllo Monk fiom ICoolau
Stnir 0 K bishop from around Oahu
S S Alumcilii from the Colonics en route
for S:ui Pranelseo
llktno St Lucie for Snu Fianelsco
Selir Walinalu for Kuau
Sclir Kawallanl for Koolan
Stnir 0 K lSbhnp for Punaluu nml
nunpo nt 1 p m
For San Francisco, per foklno St.
cle, May -1 I Chinaman.
CARGOES FrlQM ISLAND PORTS.
Stnir Surprise ,2 11 bgs sugar.
Sclir Waloll 1,000 bp;s sugar.
Stnir Jus Mnkee '-',(iT0 bgs sugar and
80 biulls of green hide".
Stnir C It liishop :52H bgs bones, 23
ligs lice and 20 bgs chicken feed.
The Alice Mulr has clcaicd for Bur
raid's Inlet, 1!. O.
The St. Lucie look for San Francisco
this afternoon. 1 V" bgs sugar, weigh
ing .:)-,87() lta and valued at 10-,-614.90.
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LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Hawaiian Government Bonds arc
quoted in London at 104.
Tin: "quiet girlb" have arrived at
the Beaver Saloon, go and sec them.
Sr.B advertisement of the Criterion
Saloon iu another column in rcganl
to Book Beer.
Fuesh trade winds at Kauai, is the
report by tho steamer Jus. Mnkeo
Emperor Francis Joseph buns will
bo on sale at the Pioneer Steam Can
dy factory and bakery to-morrow.
Tun Kinau will leave for the Vol
cano on Monday next. To bo sine
of a good borth, hcouro it in time.
Thk "Friend" for May is out. Mis
sionary matter by the Morning Star
constitutes the main feature of this
Our Summary is ready, and may
be had at Howett's, Sopor's, or the
Bulletin office. Just iu time for tho
The steamer W. G. Hall went on
the Marino Hallway this morning.
The Bishop sails in her stead this
in O '
" On exhibition at the offico of Mr.
M. D. Monearrat, is n, lino wall map,
just completed by that gentleman, of
Hilea Sugar Plantation.
- - .
The anests by the police up to
noon to-day weio: four Cinnamon
charged with gambling, ono for per
jury, and G. Boiofskyand a China
man for having opium in possession.
. . . .
Prop. Pomcroy of San Jose, Cal.,
baid to be the finest organist of tho
Pacific Co.tut, camo hero with his
wife by the S. S. Australia last Tues
day, and is stopping at tho Dudoit
' A party will be given at tho resi
dence of Mr. Hamilton Johnson,
Waikiki, next Monday evening, in
honor of MibS Madden, Miss Dunlap,
and Mr. Low and bon, who will de
part by the Australia, Tuesday.
We would call tho attention of
shippers to the advertisement of tho
ship "TIioh. Bell," now about to load
for San Fiancisco. She is a fine iron
vessel, and noted for delivering her
cargoes in the brightest condition.
At tho tegular weekly meeting of
the Debating Club, labt night, two
now inoinbois wcro elected, and Mr.
E. G. Schuman was elected first vice
president. "Woman Suu'rago" was
tho subject of debate, and was en
tered into with spirit.
The leap year couple of Lunalilo
Honio.mentioued in UioBulletin dur
ing tho engagement boom, sho 80 odd
Aiul ho 35, stono blind and deaf, wcro
united in marriage a weuU or bo ago,
by the Kov. H. 11. Parker. Thoy aro
us spooney as turllo doves.
A NUMiiKH of tho sailom and
marines of tho U. H. S. Adams, who
aio on the black list, and not allowed
liberty on account of bad behavior,
wero jubilant last evening over tho
prospects of being restored to tho
Jjbeity list, when tho now Captain
Jakes chargo of the vcasol to-day.
In coiiBcquenco of tho projected
dopartuioof Kov. A. 0. Forbes for
Colorado to reoruit his health, tho
Hawaiian Boaid has engaged Mr. A.
L. Smith to attend to tho Book De
partment, and Kov. J. Bioknell to
attend to tho other duties of tho
piljco of Corresponding Sccrotaiy of
i)io Hawaiian l5oiu''l'
Onij of tho now pprjls ot naviga
tion among tho Lino Islands, as 10
ported by Capt. Garland, of thu
Morning Htar,is largo masses of earth
and stono floating on tho surfuco
buoyed up by tho trunks of trees
Jjcncith them. Thoy two supposed
,o Jiavo beun thiown out by tho
eruption of Krakatoiv on tho island of
Java spuio months ago. ,
Bargains in Embroideries,
The Aroade-EGAN & CO.
Tim Ficncli Commissioner paid
nn official visit to the llitssinii mnii-of-wur
nml tho Japanese tiuining
ship this afternoon.
Thk S'-S. Alameda was lopoiled 10
miles oil' just before 2 o'clock this
nftcrnooiii and is ofT port as tho Htii.
I.htin goes to press.
The schooner Waioli ran into thu
now wharf on the Esplanade this
nfternoon, and rart of her gear at
tached to the niurtin-gulo wuscairied
Tin: S. S. Australia hauled out
into tho stream this afternoon, to
allow the S. S. Alameda tho use of
tho O. S. S. dock. Tho Alameda will
laku in sugar, and tho chances aro
that she will not get away for San
Frrncispo beforo midnight.
Special meeting of Lodge Le Tro
gres for work in tho third dcgiec, at
7: 30 o'clock.
Polynesia Encampment No, 1, 1.
O. O. F. meets in Excelsior Hall, at
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1,1. O. It.
M., meets in the hall of Oahu Lodge
K. of P., at 9 :30 o'clock.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral with sermon by Rev. II. II.
Gowcn, at' 7:30 o'clock.
Monthly meeting and rehearsal of
tho Arion Society, at 7:30 o'clock.
Mooting of the Liliuokalani Social
Club at tho hall of the Honolulu
Foot race at Makiki in the after
noon. Horse raco at Ivapiolani Park, at
1:30 p. in.
An alarm of fire was sounded
from the Bell Tower shortly after
nine o'clock this morning, and the
fire companies were directed to Ka
kaako Branch Hospital. Arriving
at the place, it was ascertained that
rubbish from trees growing on the
hospital grounds was being burned,
and that some one had blundered.
Pacific Hose cart attached to a lum
ber team was the first and only fire
apparatus on the spot, but was not
needed. The alarm was sounded
because John Kekukahiko leportcd
to the Bell Telephone Control that
there was a iirc at Kakaako.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Honolulu Fire Department was
held last night in the Bell Tower,
Fist Assistant Engineer Frank Hus
A motion to have the election of
Engineers take placo on the first
Monday in June, at Engine House
of No. 2, carried.
Mr. Henry Smith was appointed
Judge of Election, and delegates
Kaia and Lau, tellers. Other routine
business was despatched, after
which the meeting adjourned.
-jum i ns
The German authorities in tho
Marshall Islands havo made it a
rule that the church members shall
not lake up contributions for church
purposes beyond a reasonable
amount. AH such collections arc to
be reported promptly, with amounts,
dates, and items of collections, to the
Commissioner. Another rule is that
the natives shall not contract any
debts. Any trader getting natives
into debt is liable to a fine of one
A -YOUNG STOWAWAY.
A son of Captain Jackson (Nigel),
slowed away on the S. S. Australia,
and has come to Honolulu to sec the
"boys." The youngster ran away
from here on the S. S. Alameda
about two years ago, but was
brought back by Captain Morse.
Since leaving here with his parents,
he has been a newsboy in San Fran
cisco, but feeling a desire to visit
the Islands again, ho stowed away
and is now here.
RELIEF FOR FATHER DAMIEN.
Portland, April 13. Rev. Father
L. L. Conrardy has been relieved as
Indian missionary at Umatilla Re
servation, and having received per
mission from Archbishop Gross, will
leave on Sunday to go to tho relief
of Father Damicn, apostle of the
lepers' island of Molokai, Sandwich
Islands. Father Damien has con
tacted leprosy, and writes that the
disease has settled on his hands,
and soon there will he no ono to
break tho bread of life to tho poor
crcatures'under his charge Father
Conrardy is a countryman of Father
Damien, a Belgian. Ho was for
several years in the missions of
Pondicherry, India, when his health
failed, and being advised to seek a
temperate climate ho chose to cast
his lot among the Indians of Oregon.
I Iu was offered a flno parish in tho
Aigciitino Kepublio, but it diet not
fill his ideal of self-sacrifice. In
order to hasten to tho relief of
Father Damien, Father Conrardy
gives up the farewell visit ho con
templated paying to his family in
Em ope. f- l' bulletin.
Johnny Pa, what is a female
crank? Father Go ask your moth
er my son. (Father is busy explain
ing tho next moment ( that ho meant
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
A PLEASANT PARTY.
A party was given at the residence
of Capt J. II. Brown, in honor of
tho return of his daughter, Miss
Nellie, from abroad by tho Australia
Among tlioso present were Mr.
Washington Irving Bishop, Captain
Lcary, Captain Ilotullctt, Mrs. and
Miss Turton, Purser Bedolfc, Mr.
and Mrs. II. Gunn, Miss Belle
Weight, Mr. W. C. King, Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Aldrich and others.
Mr. Bishop gave two exhibitions
of his remarkable skill in mind read
ing. Ho was thoroughly blind-folded,
and taking tho hand of a lady
led her, avoiding chairs and other
obstructions, to any object in the
room she might think about. After
that he left the room whilo one of
the guests wroto tho names of our
living and one dead poison, on slips
of paper. Tito slips were put into
an envelope and scaled. Mr. Bis
hop enters the parlor and writes the
name of the dead person in exact
imitation of the enclosed slip.
The steamer "Australia" this
week, brought Mr. and Mrs. II. Z.
Austin, both teachers of experience,
under engagement with the Board
of Education, for public school ser
vice in tins country, iney nave
been assigned, for the present, to
the Government day school at Wai
hco on Maui. Mr. Austin is a grad
uate of Amherst College U. S. A.
Mr. Geo. Markhani collared an
other man on the Australia, with
opium in his possession, this morn
ing. The man had a tin strapped
to each leg inside of his trowsers
when caught. This makes 103 tins
of opium found so far this week.
G. Shcill, drunkenness, SO
T. McMahon, importing -1
opium into the kingdom.
guilty and is lined $100, and is sent
to prison for 48 hours.
Four Chinamen, gambling; con
tinued to the 7th hist.
Chin Kutn Quan, perjury; Ma
goon to assist the Crown ; V. V.
Ashford for defendant. Continued
Yee Man, perjury. Magoon to
assist the Ciown ; V. V. Ashford
for defendant. Continued to 14th.
Lawrence Olsen, tampering with
Government seals in April last, nol
Julia Jesus, keeping a disorderly
house. Kaulukou for defendant.
Continued to 7th.
Querino Fernandez, libel ; on this
J. McColgan vs. Thos.
sertinjr contract service
Ordered to return.
II. E. Mclntyre vs. Win. Abbey,
E. B. Thomas garnishee. Magoon
for plaintiff. Claim Sll.al. Judg
ment for plaintiff for $11.51 and
$3.35 costs added.
Caroline L. Auld and her hus
band vs. Wong Leong & Co. for
S200, to come up this afternoon.
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-PIVE CENTS PER POUND.
Itritaled throats and annoying
coughs are quickly relieved by tho
genuine Butter Scotch, only to he
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
THE WIDOW AND HER SISTER.
The following is from tho San
Francisco "Daily Examiner" of
April 10, 1888:
In a recent trip from the Sand
wich Islands tho bark C. D. Bryant
brought among her passengers Miss
Alice Caldwell, who hailed from
That was the name on her ticket
and the sume that appeared on the
passenger list which was left at tho
The lady was pretty, vivacious
and attractive, contributing largely
to the enjoyment of thu wholo ship's
company. Captain Lee was glad o
havo such a passenger to enliven
the spirits of tlioso on board, many
of whom had known her during her
residence iu Kalakaua's domain.
They wcro greatly surprised, "how
ever, that she called herself Miss
Caldwell when she had been known
by them beforo as Miss Alice AVaitc.
As soon as the vessel dropped an
chor in the stream, and long beforo
docking, she lantjcd and was lost
from public view in the midst of Hip
city, where she remained until a few
days ago, and then took her leave
for Sacramento, where sho now is.
Miss Caldwell was nono other
than tho sister of Miss Howard St.
Clair, who recovered judgment for
810,000 in a lireach-of-promiso suit
that sho brought against Primo
Minister Gibson of tho Sandwich
Islands. In that cause Miss Cald
well or Waito played a promiuent
part and aided her sister much by
tier influence and exertions.
The history of tho two sisters in
this city was quito eventful and
camo to the knowledge of the "Ex
aminer" through an otdinary small
advertisement. At tho time last
Hew Shades in Dress Goods,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
September tho man for whom thoy
wcro working declared that the wo
men ho employed were upright in
every way and wcro engaged in an
honorable occupation. This man
was ono W. Sanford Ramcy, who
had como from tho East and pre
sumably brought out theso two
girls. Ho had with him a book
which they sold by subscription. It
was entitled "Kings of the Battle
field," and Ramoy's name was on
the title pnge as the author. There
appeared an advertisement in the
"Examiner" and other papers dur
ing the month named for half a
dozen handsome young ladies to go
to Los Angeles. Directions wcro
given to address a certain post
office box, and if tho applicant re
ceived an answer it directed her to
call at No. 15 Eleventh street.
Seeing such an opening for a
good-looking young lady of genius,
Miss Dolly Ohisholm, the talented
equestrienne and subsequent flame
of the notorious Billy Boyd of Chi
nese certificate fame, indited a let
ter to the stated address. She got
an answer and when she applied at
No. 15 Eleventh street sho was
spotted by an officer appointed for
the purpose and shadowed to her
homo on Post street. The authori
ties had read the advertisement and
determined to prevent the contin
gency of any decent girls being run
off for improper purposes by a de
signing advertiser. After locating
her the officer called upon an "Ex
aminer" reporter and invited him to
accompany him to the resulcuce oi
the young lady.
The invitation was accepted, and
Miss Dolly was aroused from her
slumbers. She greeted hor visitors
in a rich wrapper.
"Have you engaged to go to Los
Angeles with the man who placed
this advertisement in tho papers?
was asked by the reporter as the
scrap of paper was passed to her.
"Oh, Mr. Ramcy is his name.
Yes, I have well, I told him I
would let him know," was the reply.
"What business docs he say that
you will be employed at?"
"He didn't say. He said that ho
wanted us to go to New Orleans by
the way of Los Angeles. lie said
Unit he had two very smart girls
alreadv, who were making money
here in the city."
"What arc their names?"
"They came with him from tho
East. One is Miss Howard, a tall
blonde, and the other is Miss
Young, I believe, hor sister."
"Did he not tell you what they
"No, but he said I was to be
treated as they were, if I suited,
and he felt suie I would. He said
that he travelled with his wife in a
special train, together with the
girls. They mado periodical stops
in largo cities. I was to sign a long
agreement, in which it was exacted
that I should have nothing to do
with men during the term of my
"Docs he say that he has a spe
cial train here?"
"Yes, and that it is down at
Fourth and Townsend streets. He
will start the day after to-morrow."
"And you are going with him?"
"Well, he appeared to be a very
nice young man, but since the offi
cers evidently suspect him, I will
think over tho matter again."
The railroad authorities were
visited the next day and knew no
thing of any special train whatever.
This looked as though Mr. Ramcy
was a fraud.
Tho gentleman himself was next
called upon, and when the reporter
informed him of his mission he he
came uneasy. Ho stated that he
was a gentleman and a graduate of
an Illinois college, lie hail com
piled a book entitled "Kings of tho
Battlefield," which ho wished these
young ladies to bell. Miss Howard,
he said was doing brilliantly with
the work. Ho had no one else
working for him at present, as Miss
Young was not then engaged.
A tour around town showed that
the stately blonde, Miss Howard,
had sold about four hundred of the
hooks at tho railroad offices at
Fourth and Townsend streets alone,
about a hundred in tho New City
Hall and a couple of thousand more
in the city. She sold this trashy
literature all the way from 75 cents
to $2.50 per volume. At every
place she told the same story, which
was in effect that she had a lcmark
nblo voice and was only selling tho
book to obtain money enough to
complete her musical education.
The story melted sheriff McMann's
heait and he gavo her $2.50 for a
Ramoy cleared out with his wife
in three days after this investigation
began and has not been heard of
since, The next known of tho hook
peddler she was in Honolulu, suing
Prime Minister Gibson under the
uaino of Howard St, Clair. Miss
Young was not known until tho
Bryant came in, when it was alleged
by those who professed to know that
tho woman, Miss Waite, who claiui
eil to ho 11(0 .sister of Miss Howard
St. Claii, was no other than Miss
Alice Young, alias Waite, alias
Hor occupation iu Sacramento is
Miss Howard went to Japan after
getting her $10,000.
One of the episodes connected,
with Miss St. Clair's experience iu
this city was when she did the act of
For Spring Summer Clothing,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
whaling a New City Hall clerk un
der the impression that ho was the
newspaper man who had turned off
a pleasant little squib concerning
her a couple of days before. An
evening paper had written up the
young lady and described her min
utcly, also giving tho story that she
was palming off. At tho New City
Hall she was directed to the wrong
person as the author of tho article,
and with her parasol she took satis
faction out of him. The young man
did not know what ho had been
thrashed for for several days.
17MPEROR FRANCIS JOSEPH
BUNS, to-morrow, Saturday, May
Otli, at noon, at the Pioneer Stcnm Candy
ery and Ice Cream Booms.
THHE BEST PAPER to subscrlbo
X for 1 the "Dally Bulletin." CO
cents per month.
V This Company Is
nizod and prepared to accommodate tho
traveling public to any part of the city
and suburbs. Good carriages and otteu.
live drivers. Su'uul: Merchant and Fort
stroetH. King up Telephone Mutual
157 and Bell 110. 31 lw
THE OLDEST DAILY In the
Kingdom "l'lio Daily Bulletin."
50 cents per mouth.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
huve just received ox Australia
another lot o thai " l'llILADEU'lIIA
LAGER HEKR" in kegs, which they
aro oll'crin; to their customers. 81 lw
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X mlvortUo in tho Daily Hum.ktin.
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of thu finest Home-Made
French and l'lnln Candies, tho most
Deliuious Iec Orc.ims, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, call at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ice Croum
Parlors, established 1803, Hotol, oppo.
site Bethel street. F. IIoitN, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Oruu.
mentcr. P. S. Tho only place where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 10 tf
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL a-lvertise it iu the Daily Bulletin.
BRANDS OF CALI-
fornia Port, Madeira and Malaca,
lor sale in Keg anu cases ny
GONSALVES & CO.
TOB PRINTING of all kinds exc
O ouied nt the Daily Bullktin Oftlop
CLEAN RAGS aua becond hand
clothing will be gratefully lcceiv
cd for thu use of the inmates of tho
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kakaako,
or at tho Leper Bettlmcnt on Molokai,
if left with J. T. "Waterliouse, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
MISS. P. THIEI-E,
On Borctania street noar Piikoi.
(Formerly McGuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French ond German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A tafo coiivoyancu will call for and re
turn children living at a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone No. iiOL ("3m
Del Monte liliini Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Mado in America.
Heals Superior to all Others.
GONSAJLVES & CO.,
Kolo AccntH of the Umvullati
ABOUT Eeven ucres of jjoocl pasture,
rlco or garden land, at lCiipiiIiiinn,
ahout a inilo and a half from town, with
a two.btory dwelling house, kitchen
stable and other out Iiourcj.
ToriiiH N50 Xr aiontli.
Win. McC AND LESS.
CQITAGES TO LET.
rpWO COTTAGES fully
A. appointed, beautifully
located, within S minutes'
walk of the Poit Ofilre. An opportu
nlty seldom offered to secure a comfort
able home within easy reach of tho
business part of tho city. For parti
culars inquire at
001 If GULIOK'S AGENCY.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
BETWEEN Piikoi and Kee.
auiiioku streets, lot runs
tluouiih to Klnuu Btrecl, 100
feet frontage. Goo.l pasturage. Cottage
contains 5 rooniB, carrlapo bouso and
ttubles for ? or 4 horsc3. Kent $20 per
mouth. Apply to
J. L BUOWN & CO.,
tl tf 28 Merchant street.
63 & 65
H Opnii of
Dry loods k Fancy Ooods
Beeeived by last steamer a Choice and Well-Selected Stock of NEW
GUODS, bought personally, to which I most respectfully
invite tho 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 Good's
which will bo Fold at tho
X-OWlSteiX lilDl) IZOOIC XMilOHW.
Great Novelties in
"White iMinii', iintiHtc. SccrMticl-cr, ftoutu Suit Ins;. Clinmbray,
Salino Brocades, Einbroidcd Swii-s, Fancy Giulianis, Linen Lawns, Etc.
ihitiroiy Xcw "i'.ni'UJiu riiiui:."
Great attension is called to our Stock of EMBKOIDE1UES
Oriental Luton, Torcloi Laces ail SiiiM Laces,
Which wo received diiecl from Switzerland and we arc offering all Embroi
deiics and Laces at Lower Prices than can be bought elsewhere.
Children's Dresses & Children's Lace Caps
In all the Latest Styles. 100 BOY'S SAILOR SUITS at $2.50,
worth $4.00. BOY'S KNEE -PANTS UNION TWEED at 75
cents per pair. An Elegant Line of
BOY'S ".JGR.SElrr JTJIT-?,"
Entirely New ; just tho thine; for tho present reason. A Largo Assortment of
GENTS' STRAW HATS, in tho Latest Styles. MISSES',
GIRLS' and BOYS' STBAW HATS.
Received direct from tho Eaat a Largo Assortment of
GJcuIh', X-iultcM IWtimsoH' tturt Cliildrcu'H SIiocs,
Which will be Bold at the Lowest Prices.
COMPLETE LINE OP GOODS
S lj9 i itfl S a
Crockery Ware, Baby Carriages,
Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES IN
PIANOS n.-icl DFTJI-LlXI'X'Cr-R.DB.
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
FOR SALE AT
tlie Latest Hovels
65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
- fl V 1TE
by every incoming- steamer from San
lew Goods !
Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
.'S, 105 Fort