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Barg'ns in Embroid'cd Dresses,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
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SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1888.
Stmr Klimii from Mmil uml llaw'nll
Stmr Llkcllko from Kahiiltil and way
Stmr Walaleah' fiom Kauai
Mtiur Mokolii from Molokai
Stmr Iwalanl from Hiiuiakua
Schr Rainbow from Konluu
S S Alameila for tan Fratieieo at noon
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Kinaii for tlio Volcano ami way
ports at I p in
Stmr Mokolll tor Molokal at 5 p in
titinr V G Hall for Maul anil Hawaii
Stmr Snipilso for Hawaii
From tho Colonic?, per S S Alameda,
Mav 4 P O Hiiaigmi, A llliimlcll, Xiith
Cooker... I Manse. V Smith, II M Coin
well, L Elviok, S Huv, Mrs Plllot, A
.1 Irvine, Miss Hay, 11 Grey, 1L'2 cabin
and 05 p.isongcrs In transit.
From Kalmlnl and way poits, per
Stmr Lilkellke, Mnvfi .1 Carney, Capt
"V Nates, S Cabot, Mrs V .1 Cowrie and
son, V I Forsyth, J K Smith, D Center
and wife, J Murtz, W U Lawrence, Mrs
Kaneaukal, M!s a Widdellcld, O Urtna
and La Sun".
From llllo mid way norK per S S
Klnau, Miiy 5 lion S G Wilder. G 1
Wilder and wife, .1 II Mnbv, .T W Kalita,
E K Alslp and wife, Capt G W Wilton;,
C Afong, Jay M Homer, A Young, V W
Bartcls, wife and 3 children. 0 11 Wells,
Geo Sundeiinaii, MrsM J Nalro, Mrs J
R S Kyiinoroloy. Rev Mr Shlmlzn, lug
Chong, .1 Kal.un.i, .1 X S Williams, W
II Cornwell. It Mchcula and 2 chlldtcn,
Don Lin, Kim Sing, T 0 Forsyth, Mrs
O Ij Dwight, child and servant, and "C
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klnau 5202 bags ugar, DO bags
corn, 10."i bags opuds, U horses, 7
bales awa, 78 bags bones, and 93
Stinr Likelike 1972 bags sugar, 1 horse,
40 taeks taro Hour, and 28 sacks of
Stnir Mokolii 105 bgs sugar, 1!3 head of
cattle, ( calves, 28 bbls molasses
and 15 sheep.
The Likelike will bail again on Tues
day, at 5 o'clock p. in.
The S. S. Alameda discharged Sydney
pilot Apiil 18th, 5 p. m. Stopped for
Auckland pilot pril 22d, -1 p. in. Dis
charged Auckland pilot April 23id, 5
p. m. Stopped off Tutuila Apiil 27th,
2.03 j). m.; detention, 23 minutes. Left
U. S. S. Mohican at Tutuila, Stopped
for Honolulu pilot May -1th, :J p. m., 1G
days, 18 hours from Sydney; from Auck
land 11 days, 2o hours. Fine weather
and smooth .sea to the equator, thence
strong X K. trades with head sea.
LOCAL Si GENERAL NEWS.
A dump cart and harness are offer
ed for salo cheap.
A DKiMi of Engino Co. No. 2 will
take place (his afternoon at -1:30
Bock Beor will be on draught ut
the Anchor Saloon during to-day and
Hon. W. C. l'aiko has been ap
pointed assignee of the estate of Mr.
Tun Temple of Fabbion has a
special notice to the ladies in another
column of this ibsue.
To-MOitnow, there will bo an Eng
lish sormon at the Itomsm Catholic
Cathedral of Honolulu, at tho 7 A.
Mn. W. S. Luco, wine and spirit
nieicbant, Mcichant street, has
opened this afternoon. Lookout for
his announcement on Monday.
Taveunmk'b latest, showing part
jof the road to the crater of Kilauen
and pait of the Volcano, is on exhi
bition at Knvg Bios.
The Anglican Chinch Chronicle
for May is out. Tho table of contents
shows a varied assoitmont of articles
both religious and tcuuliir.
Mn. Geo. Markham and Mr. Gil
iillan found 50 more tins of opium on
tho S. S. Australia yestorday after
noon, milking about 200 in all now.
A HMAMi consignment of tho justly
celebrated Taianaki Butter has boon
leceived by Mr. L. J. Levey ex Ala
meda, and is being offered in quanti
ties to suit.
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A teleukam fiom London convoys
tho information that Mr. F. II. Aus
tin's scliomo lias not succeeded.
That gentleman will piobably return
hero bv tho next btcainer.
Ah tho steamer Likoliko was off
Diamond head this morning, tho
Islands of Molokai, Lauai and Maui,
and tho down of Maunaloa Loa on
Hawaii, wore distinctly visible; tho
last named object was 150 miles dis
tant in a direct line.
A colonial boy of about 12 years
jumped out of the carriage in which
ho was lidlng up Fort stieot this
morning, to rcsouo his hat that had
blown off'. Ho lauded in a heap in
tho dtibt and came near being run
over. JIo was not hint howovor.
"Six months ago," said a ical es
tate man yosteiday, "I put $83.20 in
a pool witli others to buy a block of
lots inside the city limits. Last week
wo sold the block, and I drew out
$2170.31 as my shar of tho pool, all
tho result of the $83.20 iuvcbteil six
Bargains in Embroideries,
The Arcatlo-EGAN & CO.
months ago. Who says real estate
speculation does, not pay in S.m
Diego?" San Diego Weekly Bun.
Geo. Barofsky, who was caught
with opium in his trousoi legs, yes
leiday, by Mr. Geo. Markhnni, got.
$100 ihio'and 18 hours imprisonment
The Koyal Hawaiian Band will play
this evening at Emma Square,
commencing nt 4:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the progi amine:
Mai eh Crown i'rlnce Krai
Overture Iplilgenia Gluek
Waltz Gitalin Buccalosl
Selection l'atlcnco Sullivan
Waltz Nino Danube. . . i Strauss
Galop Hit and Mies Ilcrvcy
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Mcctiug of the Honolulu Typo
graphical Union at G:!J0 o'clock.
Athletic entcitainmcnt at Armory
commencing at 8 o'clock.
Entertainment at the Y. M. C. A.
hall bv the Blue Uibbon League at
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual temperance entertain
ment will be held in the Y. M. C.
A. hall Saturday evening, at 7:30.
Seats free and everybody welcome.
The programme will bo as follows:
Piano Solo MKs Maggie Hopper
Beading F. W. Weed
.Song I. Goodcll
Beading Miss Precott
Song." MissL. Dicssler
Adifiess Mr. I. Goodell
AUCTION SALES ON MONDAY.
BY L. J. LEVEY.
At his salesroom by order of T.
II. Davies & Co., at 10 a. in., a
large quantity of merchandise on a
liberal credit to the trade.
The celebrated stallion Hancock
at 12 noon in front of his sales
This horse has a fine record and
is in every way a desirable animal,
his pedigree and ofllcial record will
be given at the sale.
The steamer Ivinau arrived this
morning from Hawaii and Maui.
Purser Beckley reports as follows:
11. 11. M. b. Caroline arrived at
Kawaihac yesterday at 9 :30 o'clock,
and after remaining there about 2
hours, sent a mail bag ashore, and
then steamed off for Kailua.
Ililo is alive with legal talent and
considerable courting is being done.
Beautiful weather prevailed all
along Ililo and Ilamakua coasts.
BY THE MOKOLII.
Captain McGrefior of the steamer
Mokolii, which arrived this morning
from Molokai, reports that the Wa
ter Woiks party will be entirely
through in about two weeks. The
carpenters have finished and have
returned to Honolulu.
Next week a number of the men
working with the Water Works party
will be through their special duty,
and will return to Honolulu by the
Mokolii next Saturday. The weather
BY THE LIKELIKE.
The following notes were received
by the Likelike this morning :
Maui has had pleasant weather
this week; occasional showers fell,
cooling the atmosphere.
The Sarah S. Rklgoway was towed
out of Kahului last evening for San
Francisco, with 1400 tons of sugar,
the largest load by 200 tons that
ever left Kahului on any one vessel
at one lime.
The barkcnlino W. II. Dimond,
laden with sugar, sailed from Ka
hului for San rancisco last Tues
day. The British bark Cam Dual will
leave Kahului for tho Coast next
The athletic entertainment to be
given in the armory of the Honolulu
Bides to-night promises to bo a
grand success. The programme
as ai ranged by the manager is va
ried, and lovers of sport may expect
a good exhibition. Thoso who have
signified their intention of taking
part, especially Brennan and Powell,
have gained some notoriety in local
friendly bouts. The Japanese
wrestlers are said to bo the best
that can be found in tho Japanese
colony hero. Tho Hawaiian Quait
etto Club and the Hawaiian band
will furnish music.
.li ui i a l j u
The credit salo of Messrs. T. II,
Davies & Co., announced to take
place on Mondaj' and Tuesday of
next week, at tho auction salesrooms
of Mr. L. J. Lcyey, presents a
favorable opportunity for merchants
and ollici to replenish their stock
on very liberal terms. Tho goods
offered comprise dry goods, groce
ries, hardware, crockery and glass
ware, tailors goods, perfumery,
laces, ribbons, etc. These goods aro
put on the market on account of
vacating premises for rebuilding,
and arc all new and suited to island
requirements, having been received
from Europe and America ex Into
TF YOCT LOSE ANYTHING,
X auveitiso It in the Daily Bulletin.
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
Tho Arcade-EGAW & CO.
HONOLULU STREET RAILWAY.
The following particulars relating
to the projected Honolulu street
railway, in which every member of
the community is more or loss inter
ested, have been olicited from Mr.
Gribblc. C. E., nnil Colonel Geo.
W. Macfarlano, in a conversation
with those gentleman. As our rcadors
already know, Mr. Gribblo is tho
representative of the English Com
pany which has undertaken this
work, and arrived here by the Aus
tralia, the other day:
The street railroad for Honolulu
is n fixed fact. The concession is
in the hands of a London Syndicate
who have shipped all the materials
required for the construction of the
various routes authorised by tho
The road when complete, will be
handed over to the Directors, equip
ped and ready for business. The
directors will be represented by two
gentlemen in London, and three in
The first instalment of rails has
arrived by the Alameda, and the
remainder of the material is on the
Cockermouth, which left Liverpool
Tho fish plates that go with the
rails, did not arrive on the Alameda,
the close connection for their tran
shipment in Sydney, not allowing
quite time enough, to complete de
livery. They will however arrive
by Mariposa, and no delay will pro
bably take place with the constuction
of the road.
The work .will be commenced
shortly. The type of construc
tion will be exceptionally solid
and good, consisting of steel grooved
rails and steel cross-ties.
The track will, as prescribed by
the charter, present an even road
surface with no more inconvenience
to vehicles from the grooves than
from the slot of cable-roads, which
arc never considered an obstacle.
No doubt the street railways will
be in favor from the outset, and
through them the suburbs of the
city will receive a new impetus in
the line of development.
In an "interview with a
cian,' published yesterday,
take occurred in which the physician
was made to say, that the leprous
germ amis an animal bacillus. The
doctor said that it was a vegetable
bacillus, or as he expressed it, the
"bacillus lepra" is a vegetable.
LILIUOKALAHI SOCIAL CLUB'.
The above club gave a very plea
sant dancing paily last night at the
hall above Mclncrny's block, which
was well attended. The staircase
and hallway leading to tho hall was
very prettily decorated, and showed
great taste on the part of the ladies
who managed that part of the affair.
At one side of the hall was a canopy
of Hawaiian flags, under which a
large chair was placed for the ac
commodation of Princess Liliuoka
lani ; but on account of not being in
very good health, the Princess was
unable to be present.
At about 8 o'clock the invited
guests filed into the hall, and about
8 :!50 dancing was commenced and
kept up till about midnight, when
refreshments were served, consist
ing of ice cream, home-made cakes,
etc., which were done justice to by
those present. After lunch dancing
was resumed to the strains of Berg
er's string music, and was kept up
till the wee sma' hours of the morn
ing. .i -a
THE PLANTERS MONTHLY.
The current number of this maga
zine contains an editorial article on
"Pineapples, mangoes, and pears
for export," which all interested in
the cultivation of these fruits should
read. There aro also articles from
correspondent, on forestry, sugar
and ramie culture ; and selection
from exchanges, embracing a variety
of subjects interesting and instruc
tive to agriculturists.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
By the S. S. Australia on Tues
day next: Capt. Kcmpff, Lieuten
ant Moore, licv. I. Goodell, W. H.
Gould and wife, Miss Mary Mc
Guirc, Mr3. William Wegener and
infant, J. A. Buck and wife, A.
Young Jr., Miss Dnnlap, Miss Mad
den, Mrs. Pairo and infant, Mrs. II.
A. Johnson and child, J. R. Low,
R. A. Low, II. Renjcs, Mrs. Logan
and daughter, Arthur Logan, Miss
E. C. Smith, A. Herbert and wife,
E. K. Alslp and wife, E. W. Pur
vis, Miss K. Wilcox, P. Peck, Mas
ter W. Rico, Mr. and Mrs. do la
Vcrquo, Wm. Gersttc, Miss Wilcox,
Mrs.A. Y. Babbitt, V. Stegemann
and wife, Sol. Epphraim, Miss
Louisa Voss, Aug. Elders, wife and
2 child., Mrs. Rogers, Miss Day,
Miss N. Pettibono, Mrs, Dr. Groy?
Misses A. Joney and M. Hooper,
Mrs. Kirkland, Mrs. J. A. Kennedy
and child, Miss Swanzy, Mrs. Ear
ley and 2 children, C. W. Whct
niore, Archie G. Gunning, R. Mc
Kcnzic, wife and 3 children, M.
B. Augustine, F. W. McCIioh
ney, Nathaniel Cook and A. I. Ir
vine. The last two persoiiB came
by tho S. S. Alameda and are going
to stay over nntll Tuesday.
THE DAILY BULLETIN la a live
JL eveuiugpapur. 60 cculs p or mouth
New Shades in Dress Goods,
Tho Arcaao--EGAN & CO.
The Auckland"Herald"of the date
of tho steamer Alameda's sailing,
contains a cablegram from London
that the Hawaiian Tramway Co. had
been subscribed for in London. We
presume this means, that it has been
successfully floated on the market,
as tho company previously had
been privately subscribed for. Wo
congratulate Col Macfailano on his
success with his London friends on
DEPARTURE OF THE ALAMEDA.
The departure of the S. S. Ala
meda for San Francisco, this noon
was especially, interesting because
of the throng of people and the
Hawaiian Band. There were 122
cabin and 95 steerage passengers in
transit from tho Colonics, and a num
ber went from this port. Jackson,
tho champion pugilist of Australia,
aslalwartlooking colored man, whom
Jack Burk declined to meet in the
ring, was one of the through pas
sengers. Berger's boys seemed to
bo in excellent humor while blowing
off the steamer, and at the conclu
sion of each piece received well
earned applause from the Colonial
passengers. The gong for "all
ashore" and "all aboard" waB
sounded shortly after 12 o'clock,
and some minutes later the steamer
moved away from the wharf. The
wharf-rats went overboard for the
usual scramble for coins, while the
Band played "God Save the Queen."
The Alameda took 13,839 bags of
sugar (900 tons), 1,100 bunches of
bananas, 50 bundles of sugar cano,
and 38 boxes of leaves.
NEWS ITEMS BY THE ALAMEDA.
One day last month 8,000 emi
grants embarked at Liverpool for
Canada and the United States.
At a trial of a wire gun on the
21st of April, at Elswick factory,
England, a projectile weighing 309
lbs. was thrown a distance of 21,
The British peers and their heirs
arc almost unanimous in petitioning
for a reform of the House of Lords.
It was expected on April 22d that
a !New South Wales (Australia)
loan would be over-subscribed in
London at 103.
Tho various musical societies of
Australia arc expected to combine
for a grand musical festival in con
nection with the Centennial Exhibi
tion at Melbourne.
In the annual eight-oared boat
race between New South Wales and
Victoria, the latter won easily by
three lengths. This is the eighth
victory for the same colony.
There is quite a revival in mining
matters in the north of New Zea
land. A conference was about to be
held in Australia when the Alameda
left, on the subject of the rabbit
The New Zealand Parliament will
meet on the 10th of May. But be
fore the date of commencement of
the session was fixed, tho Ministers
had in Cabinet resolved upon the
chief measures to be laid before the
A COUGH REMEDY.
ONLY TWKNV-nVE CENTS TEH POUND.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs are quickly relieved by tho
genuino Butter Scotch, only to be
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
C. A. Gospel Praise Service
. M. Come ami biing a friend.
at fi :30 l
ICawaiahao Cauncii. Rev. H. II.
Pnikcr, pafetor. Siindny school at 10
A. M. Pleaching at 11 A. M.
ICaumakai'Im Cuuitcii. llev. J.
AVniainatt, pastor, Sunday school at
0 a.m. Preaching at 10 "UO a. m. and
Quicen Emma Ham-. Gospel and
song fccrvieu for llawallans who epeak
English at at:) i. m. Good hinging.
Short talks. Everybody welcome.
Iai'anebis tii'.uvicis : Gotmel and
Song .SurvIccH at 11 a.m.; Illhlu Clufs
7:30 l'. m., hi the .Jiipiinut-o Y. M C. A.
Boom, Queen Emma Hall, corner of
Bcietanla and Kimami streets.
CuNTitAi. Union CnuitcJii. ltov. U.
G.Dcckwith, I). J)., pastor. Sunday
school and lilble class at !:l.ri a. m.
Sei vices at 11 A. m. and 7:30 i si.
UuiNr.SK C'iiukcii. Port street, near
corner licictaula. .Mr. Kong Slml Kit
evangelist. CliiucM) Sunday bchool,
!::I0a. m. Chinese and Kngllfeh Sim
day School, 'ao p. m. Pleaching 11
A. m. and 7:30 l m. lilhlu cIiim in
Chlneso Y. 31. O. A. Hall, 0:30 v. m.
Roman Uatiiomo Uatiihduai..
U and 7 A. m., low mass; 10 a.m., high
imiss,wlth sermon iuEngllMi; 2i,m.,io
sary and catechism; 4:30 l. m., instruc
tion nud benediction of the Blessed
St. Asmtr.w's Oatjii:ikai Tlio
borvlccs at St. Andiow'fl Cathedral to
morrow will ho: Holy Communion,
0:30 a. m, Matins with kci-
nioii at UiifO. Hawaiian evensong at
3:301'. m. Eveiifcong with Mil moil at 0
i'. si. Seats aio unappropriated.
Second Congregation. Huv. Geo
Wallace, pabtor. Morning prayer
with sermon ut 11:15 A. M evening
prayer with scimou at 7:30 i m.
Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. SpiUb
fieo ut all services.
There will lm a service In English at
tho Mormon Church at 7:80 o'clock i,
m. Subject: "The affairs of Utah from
a religious standpoint."
For Spring Summer Clothing,
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
BOARD OF HEALTH MATTERS.
At a meeting of tho Board of
Health yesterday, a report was re
ceived from Professor Van Slyko of
an analysis of two samples of water
from Koloa, Kauai, which had been
previously submitted to him. Both
samples were found to be impure.
It was resolved to send a copy of
tho report to the Board's agent in
the district, with instructions to
take steps to remedy the evil.
Mr. Thurston stated that the
electric light machinery is at pre
present woiked to its full capacity,
so that an additional light at Kaka
ako, as desired, could scarcely be
expected at present.
Mr. Thurston stated in regard to
the depositing of dirt from the
streets on private lots, while it was
needed for government purposes,
that it had only been done in a few
instnnccs as a matter of convenience
to the Government.
IlKl'UKi: niCKl'.HTON, ,1.
Satukiuv, May fith.
Nalimti ctal vs. Kciki ct at, tres
pass. Plaintiffs appeal from Dis
trict Court of Waialua, where on
April 1G, 1888, suit was dismissed
for want of jurisdiction. Judgment
of Lower Court is alllrincd. Appeal
is dismissed. J. L. Kaulukou for
plaintiffs; A. Rosa for defendants,
EMPEROR FRANCIS JOSEPH
BUNS, to-morrow, Saturday. May
Ctli, nt noon, tit the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory. Ilukery and Ice Oiemn Rooms.
BOCK BEER is on Draught, at the
"Anchor Saloon," this day and
evening. It i an c.tra quality of tho
"Philadelphia," htcwed only once a
year. Call and try it. 35 It
PITY CARRIAGE COMPANY.
J This Company is ngnin rcorgu
nizeil and prepared to accommodate the
traveling public to 3113- part of the city
and i-uburus. Good carriages ami atten
tive drivers. Stand: Merchant and Fort
ftieets. Ring up Telephone Mutual
457 and Bell 410. 31 lw
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
luive just received ex Australia
another lot of Hint. " PHILADELPHIA
LAGER 15EER" in kegs, which tliey
aro ottering to their customers. 31 lw
CMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL forma Poit, Madeira nud Malaga,
for fe.Uc in togs and cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen hlrect.
CLEAN RAGS ami second hand
clothing will be gratefully iccelv.
ed (or thu use of the inmates of the
Iiranch Hospital for Lepers at ICnkaako,
or nt the Leper Scttlmcnt oil Molokai,
if left with J. T. "Waterlioiisc, jr., nt tlio
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
THE undersigned having been ou the
4th instant, duly appointed As
signee of tho Kstate of Max Eekart, of
Honolulu, a Bankrupt, by the Hon. S.
B. Dole, Justico of the Supicmo Couit,
hereby requests all pon-ons owing to
an id estate to make immediate payment
of same to him to the undersigned nt
his olllco in Honolulu.
"W. C. PABKE,
Assigneo of Estate of Max Eckart,
Honolulu, May S, 1C88. 35 3t
MISS. P. TIIIELE,
On Berctania street near l'iikoi.
(Formerly McGuire's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A snfo conveyance will call for and ic-
turu children living nt a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone No. 501. f3m
Dal 1MB He Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Made in America.
Meals Superior to all Others.
AtrentH or tho
COTTAGES TO LET.
npWO COTTAGES fully
A appointed, beautifully
located, wllhlu 5 minutes'
walk of tlio Post Olllce. An opportu
nity seldom oll'ured to secure a comfort,
ablo homo w.lthin easy reach of the
business part of the oily. For parti.
ciilurH inquire at
001 tf GULIOK'S AGENCY.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
BETWEKK Plikol and Kce.
uumoku streets, lot mns
through to Kiiiuii street, 100
feet frontage. Good pasturage. Cottage
contains 0 rooms, carriago house arc!
ttablea for a or 4 hor&cs. llent $20 per
month. Apply to
J. E. 1JHOWN &. CO.,
M tf 28 Merchant street.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Our Entire Stock of Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish and Torohong Laces will bo
sold at mi Immense Reduction. Ladies are
invited to call and learn our prices.
Received by lasl steamer a large assort
ment of Oriental and Embroided Flouncing
which we offer at Bed Rock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas Cloth, in Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
Are receiving by every incoming- steamer from San
(&j O U Lg & n
Furniture, Cliairs, Pianos, Guitars, Pictures,
Crockery "Ware, Baby
Fancy Goods !
MJW STYIJ3S IN
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
( Warranted Singers.)
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
to the Ladies !
Irwin Ss Co.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
lew Ooods !