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For Spring Summer Clothing,
The Aroade-EGAN & CO.
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
Bargains in Embroideries,
Barons in Enibroid'ed Dresses,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
TFiiiTla C fftiT ESB1IC1I1 I
WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1888.
Stmr J A Cutiiinliis from Ivoulitti
Schr Wnlnialu lroin Kuan
Stmr ICnala from Walanai!
Schr Kaukcamill Iiom Hawaii
Schr Ltliolllto from Kiiknlau
Hohr Halcakala. for Pmpekco
Schr Murv Foster for KiiUaiau at 4
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr I wnlaiil for Lnlitilna and Ilitinakiui
at S a in
Stmr Kaal.i for Walanao and Waialua,
at t) a ui
Schr Walinaln for Kuan
From fc'an FranuWwi, per bark U D
Hrvant, Amy S .1 E Ormu.
For tlolo al mill ilnul, iier steamer
LI ulIKo, May 0 Her Majesty the
Queen, I'rluec Kiiwan.inakoa unit Kala
uianaolc, K K l.illUlaul, Mrs A 1C Ulu
kou, Mrs 11 Kiilhelant, MlssMIuckwIth,
It W oyer, J U Picley, XL A Gon
salves ami about 80 deck.
For Kiinal. per Mikahala, May 8
Sirs Howell, Mrs Anderson, Mr Miller,
Mr Parker, Iv Miyaina, C O Merger, Mrs
F ' listings, Mi-hli Makec, S KJtowcll,
E K Bull, It W 'I' Purvis, II Moiton, 1
Chinese and 75 deck.
For Mm Fraueti-uo, per bark Deutsch
land, May 8 Iv liohrais, Mrs hulko and
child, 11 Schliciiiauu.
From Waialua and Walanae, per
steamer Kaala, May 9 Father Lconoro
jand 1U deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kaula 825 bags sugar.
rSelir Waimalu 1,31)0 bags sugar.
The Ileutselilaiid took for San Fran
ciseo lat evening. May 8, 2,"G0 bags
sugar, valued at $11U,US5.
The Mystie Belle is doeked at the Kl
The bark Veritas is taking in ballast,
pieparatory to saillugjor the Sound in
n day or two.
LQGAL & GENERAL NEWS.
It was very quiet along the city
Only ono dog
in tho pound at
Tnniti: wore plenty of fish
market this afternoon.
The steamer Zealandia is duo from
San Francisco to-mono w.
The band played the Queen off by
tho bteamcr Likelikc last evening.
Novelties in flower vases may be
seon at tho store of G. West ifc Co.,
Goon weather at Waialua and at
Waianac, is the report by the steamer
Kaala this morning.
Sailoiib from the Russian man-of-war
were having a hilarious time on
Queen street last evening.
The going out of tho four steamer
Mikahala, Likelikc, Waialealo and
Lehua last evening, irt the same
time, was an inteiesting sight.
The orders issued by Admiral
Ivimberley to tho U. S. Adams were
to take in Ihreo months' stores and
prcparo to sail on the 11th inst.
The bhip Myotic Belle lias been
charteied by Messrs. 0. Brewer &
Co., Castle it Cooke, and Tbeo. II.
Dnvics A Co., to load sugar for San
A chew in tho Vandiilia'H 14-oared
bargo that beat tho Ilanakcoki are
out practising every evening, hut will
not accept u challenge offered by tho
The Japanese man-of-war Tau
kuba had a drill in lowering four
boats, manning them and away with
all possible hasto to a given point,
The construction of an iron spiral
stair-caso, leading from tho ground
floor up to tho second story, has just
been completed in the .Pacific Hard
ware Co.'s stoic, near tho main en
trance. A unwAiiH of ijilCO is offered for tho
apprehension and conviction of tho
party or parties who eot.liio to tho
Btores of Sou Nee and Sung Dong
Sing, on tho corner of Beretania and
Kceaumoku streets, last night,
.. -. .-
Inioiimation having been lccoived
by tho Custom Houso authorities, of
opium on tho bark 0. D. Bryant,
Metiers. Markhain and Gillillan board
ed tho vessel ns fcoon as she had
ilocla-d at Brewer's whaif yesterday
afternoon, and found 10 tins of tho
The largo feroeioiiB dog that chased
horses on Beretania streot (mentioned
in tho Bulletin t-omo days ago),
Bovoroly-bit Mrs. Heidoinann's hand,
while sho was feeding him tho other
day. Mr. Heidomann wanted to kill
tho animal, but Mis. Heidemanu
objecting, ho was shipped to Maui by
Uw steamer Likeliko last evening,
A LAitciE photograph embracing
six gioups of the Honolulu Rifies,
ninlsHuri winded by viows of tho Gov
ornnent building with tho Rifies on
purado, Waikiki and Diamond Head,
the Pulaeo, Pali, Post Ollleo and tho
rebidenco of the Into Walter Murray
Gibson, was been at William's gallery
this morning, and was spokou of as a
fouvenir of Juno 30, '87,
Biinwr.u's now block on Hotel
street, will have n splondid balcony,
wheio the ijods can roost at night
and whistle to tho passing chippies.
Mk E. Lycnn has full power of
attorney to transact all business in
connection with the firm of G. West
fc Co., duiing tho absence of G.
West from the kingdom.
Miss Dr. Fannie Wctnioie, daught
er of Dr. 0. II. Wetinoro of Hilo, has
been appointed Government Physi
cian for Hilo, in place of Dr. Kim
ball, now City Physician for Hono
lulu. - -
The executors of the will of the
late Geo. Eiigellmrdt, request all
thoso who have any claim against
tho estate, seemed or not to present
tho same to Mr. C. Bolte at his ollleo
coiner of Queen and Kiiahumanu
street, and all those who arc indebted
to the estate to make immediate pay
ment. At h meeting of Geo. W. DcLong
Post G. A. R., held lust night, an ex
ecutive committee was appointed to
arrange for the observance of Memor
ial Day. By a vote of tho pobt
tho services usually held in tho
evening, will be held at the cemetery
in conjunction with tho ceremony of
decorating tho graves.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Prayer meeting in the vestry of
the Central Uuion Church, at 7:30
Meeting of the Myrtle Boat Club
at 7:30 o'clock.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:30 o'clock.
Oahu Lodge Iv. of P. , meets in its
hall, Fort street, at 7:30 ocloclc.
Meeting of Mystic Lodge Iv. of
P., in Harmony hall, King street, at
Adjourned monthly meeting of
Engine Co. No. 2, at 7:30 o'clock.
The Honolulu Social Club holds a
business meeting at 7:30 o'clock,
after which there will be instruction
iu dancing for gentlemen
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY L. J. LEVEY.
At the residence of Win. Wagener,
corner of Fort and Kukui streets, at
10 a. m., all the household furniture
The Ladies' Altar Society will
meet at 3 p. m., at the convent of
the sacred of heart.
The Ladies' Society of the Cen
tral Union Church, will hold a socia
ble at the church parlor iu the even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
The officers of the Russian man-of-war,
Razboynick, held a most
pleasant reception and dance on
board ship last evening. The ves
sel was prettily fixed up with llowers
and other ornaments. A luxurious
repast was served during tho even
ing, and the event was character
ized with genuine hospitality.
This morning the Russian otlicers,
some on horseback, accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt, Miss Nettie
Brown, Miss Edith Turton and oth
ers, with a four-in-hand wagonette,
went out to the Pali for a picnic.
At a meeting of the Anti-Asiatic
Union held last night, the committeo
appoined to confer with the planters,
reported the result of that confer
ence. The report was unanimously
adopted. The same committee was
continued to secure the co-operation
of the planters in bringing about
legislation for the restriction of Chi
There were two motions unani
mously adopted, embracing instruc
tions to this committee upon which
to urge legislation. The first was,
that Chinese immigration be stopp
ed, or should a sweeping measure
of that character he unconstitution
al, that a sufficiently laige immigra
tion tax he levied to effectually
check fresh arrivals of Chinese.
Second, that tho government notify
the authorities at Hongkong that
they, tho Hawaiian Government,
will recognize no return passpoits,
unless it be those of which tlioyhavo
nu official and complete record.
The following record shows that
Saturday has been a fatal day to the
royal family of England for at least
the last 185 years:
William III. died Saturday, Mar.
Queen Anne died Saturday, Mar.
George I. died Saturday, Juno
George II, died Saturday, Oct.
11111, i iu.,
died Saturday, Jan.
died Saturday, Juno
Duchess of Kent
Mnich Kith, 18G1.
Dec. 11th, 1801.
Princess Alice died Saturday,
Dee. Mill, 1878. Homo News.
THE ONLY PAPER nml by all
JL ohiBscfc Tho Uahy Bulletin." CO
cents per mouth.
TF YOU , LOSE ANYTHING,
X udvcittsu it iu the Daily Bullktun.
A I liiie I aif
Anico-lookinp white girl of Honolulu
in Now Bedford -Looking
for her parents,
In Honolulu, about sixteeu and a
half years ago, was horn a white
girl, and the first night of her exis
tence she was smuggled over the
mountains into Waianac nnd kept
there in scciot. A year or two had
passed away, when the child was
(nought to Honolulu and put into a
boarding-school. Later she was
sent to Waialua whote her schooling
was continued. The child was be
coming a comely Miss of sweet dis
position, when she was 8inuglcd off
to Maui. She had never seen her
father and was taught to regard the
woman who managed her. as her
mother. Time rolled on and the
girl became a young woman, pre
possessing in appearance and mod
est in demeanor. The woman who
had charge of the young lady took
her in a sailing vc!;se.l to San Fran
cisco and there abandoned her to
the vulgar care of a worthless Por
tuguese man. This man took thu
girl to C.ipe Verde Islands, whole
she was again abandoned. Another
Portuguese tooka fancy for the
girl and claiming to be her father,
wanted to take possession of her ;
but a reverend gentleman discover
ed the girl, and took her to his home in
New Bedford, where the girl now
is. lie is trying to find her pa
rents by letters to Honolulu.
One native, drunkenness, $G.
A wahine, assault and battery
another wahine, 80.
Emma Pulili, disobedience to
One case of assault and batter
C. J. Fisliel vs. J. W. lvalua.
Whiting for plaintiff. Assumpsit
for $50. -10. Judgment for plaintiff
for S50.-10 and 88.35 added.
Thoa. Lindsay vs. J. W. lvalua.
Whiting for plaint' ff. Assumpsit
for 870.75. Judgment for plaintiff
for total amount of 500.12.
Caroline L. Auld and her hus
band Jas. Auld vs. Wong Leong
& Co., fiom the -1 tli. Castle for de
fendant. Judgment confessed for
plaintiff for S200 and $10.50 added.
G. Iloughtaling vs. J. L Kauln
kou ; from tho 2d. Settled out of
Two cases of Yuen Kcc vs. Ung
Tung Wai Co, from the 2d, were
further continued to the 11th in,sl.
ONLY TWEJJY-I'IVE CENTS PER I'OUNI).
Irritated thiouts and annoying
coughs aio quickly lolieved by the
genuine Butter Scotch, only to be
foimd at tho Pioneer SteumCandy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
At the request of tho Minister for
Lands of Queensland, Mr. Samuel
Grimes, M.L.A., has written the
following short treatise upon Arrow
root Cultivation and Manufacturing.
"Arrowroot is prepaied from two
species of plants, which thrive re
maikably well in Queensland, de
signated in botany Maranta arun
dinacea, and Cauna cdulis. The
first-named thrives best iu sandy
loamy soils, and attains the height
of about 2ft., bearing at maturity a
small while flower, something similar
to the blossom of the potato. The
arrowroot is prepaied from tubers
which cluster around the roots of
the plant, and are from 3iu. to 8in.
in length and about liu. or Uin. in
diameter. This kind is the same as
is pioduced in the Bermudas, hut
owing to the difficulty of manufac
ture its cultivation is now almost
abandoned in Queensland. The
Canna edulis, or purple vaiiety, is
now commonly grown, and has been
found to tin ivu well on the alluvial
scrub lands on the bunks of various
rivers from the Brisbane to the En
deavour, including nearly the whole
eastern seaboard of the colony. The
stalks of this kind sometimes grow
to the height of 8ft., and bear a
scarlet flower, which is followed by
a small seed-pod, by the seeds very
seldom come to maturity. It is pro
pagated by planting one of tho
binaller bulbs found growing at tho
bottom of tho stems.
"Mode of Cultivation. If tho
portion of the laud to be planted is
ulear of trees it is ploughed In ridges
about -10ft. wide, and thoroughly
pulverised with harrow and sculller:
this will give room for nine rows 5ft.
apart, leaving Oft. for the iow in
which the by-furrow comes. Shallow
furrows or drills 5in. deep are run
with the plough, and bulbs about
tho size of a small apple aro placed
dft. Gin. apart iu the drill, and then
covered by turning a funow from,
each side on to the lop of the bulbs.
Alter-i'iiltivalion Is cnriiod on by
keeping it clear of weedo by means
of horii-hoes or sculller. ' When it
reaches thu height of about 3 It. the
space between tho rows v'shotiUl bo
New Shades in Dress Goods,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
turned up with a onc-horso plough,
throwing tho soil towards the plant,
and leaving tho furrow in tho mid
dle. Nothing then remains to bo
done until it is dug up for manufac
ture. When new scrub land is in
tended to bo planted, tho scrub 13
felled and burnt off, and tho arrow
root planted in rows 5ft. apart
amongst the stumps, a hole Gin.
deep being mnde with n mattock,
the bulb placed in it and covered
up, and then kept clear of weeds by
frequent hoeing. Tho time for
planting extends from the end of
August to the beginning of January.
"Manufacturing. The article of
conuncice is manufactured from tho
tubers or root stocks found adhering
to the stalks of tho plant on the sur
face of the ground, sometimes up
wards 501b. weight being obtained
f 10111 one plant. The season for
manufacture begins in July and
Hhotild close about the cud of Octo
ber, as by that time tho root stocks
burst forth and grow vigorously;
and as the new plant grows to the
same extent the arrowroot becomes
deficient iu quantity and quality.
"Mode ol Preparing the Hoots for
the Mill. When the tubers have
come to maturity, which is usually
nine or ten mouths after planting,
the stalks of the plant arc cut off as
close as possible to the tubers with
a cane knife or strong reaping hook.
They are then raised with a grub
bing hoc or mattock, and boys are
employed separating them, care
being taken to knock off all the soil
adhering to them. They are then
thrown into carts or wagons to bo
conveyed to the mill while quite
fresh, as the colour of the manufac
tured article will be seriously affect
ed if the bulbs aro allowed to re
main exposed to the sun and weather
before being ground up.
"Machinery. A (i-li.-p. cngino
will be required to work an arrow
rout mill capable of turning out a
ton of arrowroot per diem ; other
machinery needed will bo a root
washer, grind'mg-uiill, cylinder,
sieves for separating the farina from
the pulp and fibre, and a centrifru
gal for drying. The root washer is
a tough 10ft. long, Oft. deep, and
2ft. in diameter, having a half-circular
bottom through which a stream
of water is constantly miming. A
spinder having pegs placed din.
apart of sufficient length to reach
within lin af the bottom and sides
of the trough, revolving in a horizon
tal position, the pegs working
amongst the bulbs thrown into the
trough, thorughly cleanses it of all
dirt, at the" same time forcing the
bulbs to the eud of the trough,
where a wooden rake is so fixed as
to push the bulbs oifc of the trough
as they come to it into an elevator,
which delivers them into the hopper
of the mill. The mill or grinder is
a wooden drum 2ft. Gin. on the face,
and 2ft. in diameter, covered witii a
sheet of galvanished iron punched,
and so placed on the drum as to
show the burr on the outside. This
drum, rovolving at a great speed,
and having a stream of water fall
ing on it from the tanks fixed above
it, grates up the bulbs as they fall
into the hopper, the puly and water
passing through into sieve No. 1,
this is a cylinder 8ft. long, having
the bottom half perforated witli
holes about tne size of a No. 7 wire
nail ; the beater revolves within the
sieve, which forces the farina and
water through the perforations the
beater being somewhat of a screw
forces the pulp and fibre out of the
end. The farina and water falling
into sieve No. 2 11 similar one to
No. 1, with the bottom of perforated
copper, having holes a little larger
than a pin the process is repeated.
After passing through , sieve No. 2
it runs along a trough 2ft. wido and
Gin. deep and 70ft. long, set to a
dead level, tho farina depositing of
tho bottom of the trough as the
water runs away. The farina set
tled at the bottom of the trough is
dug out, passed through sundry
sieves, and washings by hand, in
tubs, and again left to subside.
When sufficiently firm it is dug out
and passed through a certrifugal to
drive all the water from it, and is
convej'ed to a place away fiom dust
and smoke, to be dried in the sun.
"The mode of drying after it
comes from the centrifugal is by
spreading it on calico laid upon mar
supial netting stretched and fastened
upon wooden frames, 2ft. Gin. from
the ground; by this means tho wind
dries from underneath as well as
the su above. It is not advisable
to trust to tho sunt alone for drying,
as sometimes a succession of cloudy
or showery days will cause the ar
rowroot to go sour beforo it is dry,
and thtiB become unsaleable. A
drying-house should be erected cap
able of holding about three tons of
arrowroot in case of unfavourable
"As tlio value of arrowroot i1ct
pends so much upon thu colour and
quality, the greatest care should be
exercised during tho whole process
of manufacture, ami tho clearest
water Ubcd in washing it. Some
times handmills arc used for making
small quantities for home consump
tion. Tho quantity produced, from
an acre of land varies from 15owt.
to UOowt. The principal establish
ments for the manufacture of this
111 ticlct are iu tho Brisaue, Logan,
nnd Coomora districts, producing
G00,0001b, per annum, of which
about 150,0001b. is cxportci!,TrSyiV'
noy Mail, fe
BOOKS THAT ARE HARMFUL.
"It comes from reading," ob
served the oculist.
"Yes; but why should Germans
ho more near-sighted than Ameri
cans? Do thej' read more?"
"I don't think they do, but it is
tho kind of books they read that
causos their vision to lie defective."
"The German books arc printed
in the dazzling old English type
which tries the eyes moro than any
other type in use in civilized coun
tries. It requires such close scru
tiny that tho eyes are invariably
strained. So well known is this
fact that recently the Austrian Miu
istcr of Piiblic'lnstruction issued a
very sensible decree forbidding the
usu of books printed in small type in
the public schools. Now, with Am
erican school-books this would not
bo so necessary, but German .books
to be harmless must be printed in
large, boldface characters. There
is a large party of reformers in Ger
many who aie striving to have the
types of that nation officially
changed to Roman, and the use of
English script has largely taken the
place of the German script in cor
respondence. Educated Germans
read one style ns readily :is the other,
and the former is growing rapidly
in popularity. It will not be long
before all books will appear iu the
same characters, if not in the same
language, and when that time comes
the eyes of succeeding generations
will be stronger than those of the
present, but 1 don't apprehend that
this will happen early enough to in
jure my business. Reform come
slowly, and physicians will find
their hands full until the dawn of
BABY CARRIAGES in almost
every style, can lie found 111 O.
West & Co.'s. US lw
PLOTHES HAMPERS, H-iskcts
J and beauti f ui liustic Hals urr.iugi'd
foi Flower Vnsea, mav be suun at G.
West & Co.'s. ' HS lw
nPHE WEEKLY ULLETIN
X 'I lie best paper to bund abroad
85 per annum.
pITY. CARRIAGE COMPANY.
V Tins Company is again luorgu
ulzcd and piupaied to accommodate the
traveling public to any pirt of the eitj
and suburbs. Good cairiaijes and atten.
live drivers. Stand: Meiehaiit and Foit
ttreets. Rim; up Telephone Mutual
457 and Bell -HO. 31 lw
colnmiis, purely local mailer
1 1 foreign countries, $5 pur
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of the finest Home-Madu
French and Plain Cfludim, the most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Caku?, call nt tho Pione.r Steam
Candy Factory, Uukery and Icu Cream
Parlors, established 1803. Hotol, oppo.
sitellethel street. F. Houx, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orna
inentcr. P. S. The only placo where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 10 tf
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
JL Island subscription, S I par annum
Kiart.f Lisas' Mill.
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X Goes to every Immlut anil viljago
iu the Hawaiian Kingdom.
THE DAILY uLLETfr7hi a live
X evening paper 50 cunt- per month
I?INESTBRANDS OF CAL I :
X fornia Pott, Mnileiia nml Malaga,
for salo in kegs and cacs by
UONSALVES & CO.,
01 Quccti street.
CLEAN RAGS ami second baud
clothing will ho gratefully receiv
ed fur tho use of llio inmates of thu
Brunch Hospital for Lepers ill Kakuako,
or at tho Leper Si'tthnont on MoloUai,
if left witli J. T. Wntcrhottse, jr., at thu
Queen Streut Store. Utf tf
MISS. P. TIIIELB,
On Beretania sticet noar I'iikoi.
(Formerly McGuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Dally & Boarding School.
Also, Frfiieli and German taught, and
MuMc Lcsmiiis given.
A tafe roiiveyunco will call for and re.
turn childnm living at a distance.
7a Mutual Telephone No. 5(11. pjm
Readinn Room Association.
i Alnltcii Street.
Day and Evening.
Tho Library consists at the present
thnu of over I'lvo Thousand Volumes.
Tho Heading Itoom Is supplied with
about llfty of thu leading newspapers
A Parlor Is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, llfty cents a
.iiontli, payable quarterly hi advance.
No formality required iu joining uxt-vpt
signing the roll.
titrangerd from foreign countries and
visitors fiom the other islands aie wel
come to the rooms at all times as guest;.
This Association having no regular
means of gunpoil except thu dues of
members, It Is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desho to avail them
selves of IU privileges, and nil who feel
an Interest Iu mainlaliilug an Institution
of tills kind, will put down their nauu'4
and become regular contributor,
A. .1. OAKTW1MQI1T, Pros.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vlro-Froitdcnt,
II. A. PAHMULEK, .Secretary,
A. L. SMITH, Tieasiirer,
O. T. KODGKHS, M,l.,
Chairman lall aud Library ConunUtco.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Our Entire Stock of 'Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish and Torcliong' Laces will be
sold at an Immense Reduction. Ladies aro
invited to call and learn our prices.
Received by lusi. steamer a large assort
ment .of Oriental and Embroided Flouncing
which we oiler at Bed flock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas Cloth, in Cream and
tVhite, at 12 1-2 cents.
a En ii a fas Eb
1 H CI U f.
COMPLETE LIU OF GOODS
I PSSP EOT tO
IS ity i
Arc receiving by every incoming- steamer from San
Furniture, Clirs, Pianos, Guitars, Pictures,
Crockery "Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods ! Fancy Goods !
iSTEW STYLES IX
PIANOS siHtf. 3F''BJ3EM5rI'X,UIMB3
Sold on (he Installment Plan.
IV1ATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
( Warranted Singers.)
FOR SALE AT
i. ltd I Hi
to flie Ladies !
m 15 r On St.
Opposite Irwin & Co. tf
cifl -V S To
a 'a w &?
IMPROVING - :
'8. 105 Fort