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For Spring Summer Clothing,
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
Bargains in Embroideries,
New Shades in Dress Goods,
The Arcado-EGAK & CO.
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Tho ArcadG-EGAN & CO.
FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1888.
Sctir Onniite fiom Kuan
Sttnr Iwolniil fur Lalialna aud Hnmnkun
at 8 a m
fiom Sun Kiauelseo, per P S Thomp
8ou, May 10-Mlss A II Xewcll.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Canute for Knnu
Schr Llholllio for Kukalau
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Canute :),000 bags sugar.
Tho gaianae N doelcd at tbo old
Custom House uliait. aud the Fcnls S
Thompson nonr tho OBS IV 's dock.
Itolh cssch made Die lun down in It
LOCAL & GENERAL KEWS.
Oiungi'.s mo scaioe.
Tun "Owl" for May is out.
cicam cakes to-day at the
A sky tenior lias been lost. A re
ward will bo paid for her locovciy.
IIepokt comi's to us
gcrous ltitlo exists in
that a dan
Tin: Rushian man-of-war, Raboy
nik, will probably sail to-moirow for
There will bo a two-milo skating
race, free to all, at the Yosemitc
Skating link to-nionow night.
A situation it wanted by n compe
tent man with fiist-class refeicnces,
as book-keeper or accountant.
The Bulletin h indebted to I. Q.
Tcwksbury, keeper of the Custom-)'
warehouse, foi lato news favors.
A NEW two story house containing
nine sleeping rooms fin nished oi un
furnished is advcitised for lent or
5I. Cunha has just had two new
cottages built at Waikiki, near the
bridge, to be used by him as a sum
S. Adams will
S. S. Zcalaudia.
arc that tho U. S.
not get away beforo
is waiting for tho
The steamer W. G. Hall, Likcliko
and Mokolii will bo duo here to-inoi-row
moining, and the Kinau, Mika
hala and Lehu.i will bo due Sunday.
A hack driver went out for a
swim this morning and whilo in tho
water ho met a shark. Their eyes
met; the shaik blushed and turning
aiound swam aw ay 11
Yesieiiday, the lease of the 22-acro
fish-pond, Kuwili, on King stieet
sido of Oahu Prison, was sold at pub
lic auction, in front of the Govern
ment building, and Mi. David Ma
naku, became the lesseo for 10 years,
at $310 per annum.
The San Fiancisco Chioniclo of
April 25th, h.iys, that Captain Cobb,
formerly of tho Navy and lately of
the San Francisco and Austialian
steamers, 1ms been appointed in
spector of coal ladoncd vessels at Ta
coma, by tlioBoaid of Maiinc Under
writers of San Fiancisco.
The first W. O. T. U., of Queens
land, Australia, was organized by
Mrs. Leavitt in September, 1885.
Tho Piovince now has seven unions
with an aggicgato mombeiship of
300 rogular and . seventy honoiaiy
membeis; 1,91).") names havo been
secured to the woild's petition.
The $1,000 premium offered by
tho American Sunday-School Union
lor tho best book wiitton for tho
Society upon "Tho Christian Obliga
tion of Labor and.Cnpital" has been
awarded to Harry W. Cadman of San
Francisco, Cnl., for his manuciipt
entitled "Tho Chiislian Unity of
Capital and Labor."
The Compliineutarv Concert given
by tho band at tho Hawaiian Hotel
last night, to tho ofllccrs of tho
warships in port, was n grand suc
cess. Tho giounds and front of tho
Hotel wore lnilliantly illuminated
with colored lanterns and electric
light. Tho spacious verandah were
tluonged with ladies and gentlemen,
whilo the giounds picsontcd an
animated appearanco; with group
of people who pi ef erred walking
and listening to tho music, to the
more confined positions on the ver
andah's. Tho music was exception
ally lino, and judging from tho fie
ement bursts of applause was greatly
appreciated. Tho peculiar feature
of tho conceit was tho playing of
the national airs of tho four nations
represented by tho men-of-war
c-Hjceis, U.i American, England,
Rusia and Japan ; ending with Ha
waii Ponol. While theso airs wore
Ijciug played tho assembly stood un
concerned ; remaining so until tho
last straiiiB of Hawaii Ponoi had
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Diill of Co. D Honolulu Rlllcs
Hawaiian Council No. 08!) A. L.
of II. meets in Harmony Hall, King
street at 7c30 o'clock.
Pacific Degree Lodgo, Daughters
of Rebecca, meets in the hall of Ex
celsior Lodgo I. O. O. F., at 7:30
Meeting of Hawaiian Tribe No. 1
I. O. R. M., in tho hall of Oahu
Lodge K. of P., at 7:30 o'clock.
Service at St. Andrew's Cathed
ral at 7:30 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
11Y I.. .1. I.EVEY.
Continunnco of the special sale of
a large and well selected stock of
dry goods, commencing at 10 a. m.,
at his sales room.
11Y ,TAS. 1'. MOllGAN.
At his salcsioom at 12 noon,
mortgagee's bale of some valuable
pieces of real estate.
Exhibition of goods to bo sold at
auction in tho evening, at tho show
rooms of G. "W. Macfailanc & Co.
ft om 10 a. m.
Band concert at Emma Square at
1:30 p. m.
At a meeting of the Board of
Education held Thursday, the fol
low ini appointments were con
firmed. Miss K. C. Lindsay for
assistant teacher at the Kckaha
School, at Waimca, Kauai, under
Mrs. T. II. Gibson; Miss Anna
Soienson as assistant teacher at the
Waimea English School, in the same
district, under Mr. T. II. Gibson ;
Mr. Livcsey Ward as
teacher at the Kancohe
School on this island.
A NEW BOOK.
A new book, printed in the Ha
waiian language will make its ap
pearance in Honolulu to-morrow.
The title to the story is "Laieika
wai, or, the Lady of the Twilight."
The book has ahcady caused quite
a sensation among the natives, and
as it is a Hawaiian story of thiilling
interest, it will no doubt take well.
It contains about 132 pages, very
prettily bound, and can be had at
the Bulletin oflicc, or at the book
stoics of A. M. Ilewctt and the Ha
waiian News Agency. Price, $1.
EVENING AUCTION SALE.
Messrs G. AY". Macfarlano & Co.
announce another Evening Auction
Sale of fancy goods for next Satur
day evening at their sales looms up
stairs, on which occasion will be
offered for sale a new line of
Fionch and Loudon goods, just re
ceived per bar Thomas Bell. The
goods comprise latest designs in
parlor furniture, travelling rugs,
new designs in bric-a-brac, fancy
tea-sets, ladies' and gents' dressing
gowns, bed quilts in silk and satin,
all satin pillows, fancy glass ware,
ladies' hats and caps, dry goods,
carpets and rugs, and a choice se
lection of ladies' fans ; also a few
pieces of the choicest Dresden ware.
TJie sale will commence at 7:30
o'clock, and Mr. L. J. Levey will
officiate as auctioneer. The goods
will bo ready for exhibition on
Saturday morning. 3t
The general invitation by the
ladies of the Central Union Church
to tho public, to attend a social in
the parlors of the church last night,
brought out quite a large audience.
The first part of the evening was de
voted to music and literary exer
cises, in which the ladies of tho
church took pait. The reading of
a humorous article by Mrs. B. F.
Dillingham on the missuse of pro
nouns, in which a Mrs. Tucker,
the marc Betsy, and Mrs. Tucker's
girl Bessie get inextiicably mixed,
kept the audience in a laugh from
beginning to end. This piece closed
the exercises, after which refresh
ments consisting of coffee, cakes
etc., were passed around, while
social converse flowed freely until
the clock admonished those present,
that the hour for closing had ar
rived, when the guests dpparted
thoioughly pleased with the very
efficient manner in which the affair
had been conducted.
Fiiiuay, May 11th.
One drunk, Sfi.
F. Blackburn, J. C. Quinn, and
Chas Tumor, violating rule 24 of
carriage icgulations, continued to
Ho Man and Ho Cheun, perjury,
continued to the 11th.
Seven gambling natives were con
tinued. Mrs. F. Dias, exposing liquors,
on this afternoon.
Eleele Plantation vs. Kauiailii,
deserting contract service. Ordered
Jno. M. Vivas vs. Manuel G.
Lumo and Jose Bernaido, gar
nishee, assumpsit for $70 and $0.30
interest. Judgment for plaintiff.
Man Shar Fook vs. Mary Ljwai,
claim 8100, continued to
THE DEBATING CLUB.
Thoie was a small attendance at
tho meeting of tho Debating Club
last night. Owing to tho illness of
tho President, Mr". E. G. Schu
man, Vice-President, presided.
There having been no particular
subjects for debate announced at tho
last meeting, the members aired
their oratorical poweis on various
subject, but principally upon keep
ing tho Society up to a proper stand
ard. Recitations and reading were
given by Mr. Grcig and Mr. John
F. Smith. The President sent in
his appointment of a committee to
arrange for a public entcitainmcnt.
The literary committee were in
structed to prepare a programme for
the next meeting. The Society then
ndjotuned for one week.
A COUGH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-IIVi: CENTS lT.lt POUND.
Iiritated thioats and annoying
coughs are quickly relieved by the
genuiuo Buttei Scotch, only to bo
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Hoin. Plenty of testi
Emtou Bulletin: Quibbling
attacks on tho Portuguese cloment
heio seems to be becoming a chro
nic disease of the "Gazette." For
tunately it is the only newspaper so
afllicted ; and so, of course, it will
bo the only one that will have to re
gret it at sonic future date.
It is an insult that will never be
forgotten to our whole colony, to
sarcastically suggest as a subject
for discussion in our debating club,
the fact of our Portuguese settlers
being able to save such sums of
11101103 as they do, with the insinua
tion that such savings are not
I refer to an item in the "Ga
zette's" issue of yesterday. In the
first place, how does the "Gazette"
know if those who aic leaving these
shores have been in the country
lour or live yeais, or eight or nine?
In tho second place, hae not the
Portuguese as much right to save
their earnings and lcae the coun
try whcnevei they please, as any
body else who does the same? And
how is it that it is not a lit matter
for discussion in our debating club
how people of other nationalities
When the "Gazette" refers to
one out of eighty-four who left by
last steamer as being said to have
$2,000, is, that intended as a ciiterion
of tho rest?
By allowing me this space, I am,
Mr. Editor, j'ours most obliged,
P. A. Dias.
Mr. John Aiundcl in recently for
warding from Sydney tho sum of
35,128 to the London Missionary
Society, said it was the result of a
collection taken by his young South
Sea Island employees' on Baker Isl
and. The nine boys contributed
about 28, and thellervey Islanders
the balance. It was he says, a
puiely spontaneous movement. Tho
number of men is about 101.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
FitiDAY, May 11.
E. B. Thomas vs. M. Mclnemy,
assumpsit. Defendant's motion for
taxation of costs upon the first
count. Motion overruled.
F. M. Hatch for plaintiff; A. S.
Ilaitwcll for defendant.
vn:w op TiiKiu sr.izum:
Washington, April 21. The al
leged seizure by British vessels of
certain small islands in tho Pacific
ocean is probably no seizin o at all,
but simply protection to the British
subjects occupying them, as Ameri
can citizens occup' others. A gen
tleman who is visiting Washington,
who occupies several such islands,
"A certain Mr. Arundel, repre
senting Iloulder Brothers in Lon
don, has had for many yeais theso
iblands under the protection of the
British ling, and has worked them
for the deposits of guano. After
removing these deposits lie has
planted cocoanut trees, and I think
it very probable that this was done
under the samo theory of occupa
tion as that under which the Biitish
Government granted him protection.
A Scotchman named Gregg some
thirty years ago went fanning on an
island, and it became his by right
of possession. Jlo lived there with
a few natives, raised a family, and
for many years made cocoanut oil,
which ho shipped to Honolulu for
sale. 1 fancy that if anything has
been done it is merely to continue
tlio pi otcction oi the British Hag to
Gregg and his successors. Penrhyn
is an island which Aiuudel had In
his possession under tho British flag.
Christmas island has a largo urea,
with a few cocoanut trec3 at ono
end, but witli no guano deposits on
it of any value. Tho island has no
possible value for the futuie save in
cocoanuts." fS. F. Chioniclo,
JOB PRINTING ol all k'nds exc
euled at tho Daily Bulletin Olllco
MATERIALS FOR STREET
The Fen is S. Thompson which
arrived yesterdnj', brought a lot of
tools and other materials purchased
by Mr. Gribble in San Francisco,
for tho first breaking of giound for
the Street Railroad, and we learn
that notwithstanding tho non-arrival
of a portion of the Rail material
from Sydney, (viz : the fish plates)
work will commenco next week on
the King street road at the Palama
end, and a half milo of road will be
immcdiatelv constructed running
fiom about the vicinity of the Soap
Works, to Kawaiahao church this
will consume tho GO tons of rails
brought by tho Alameda, and work
will then necessarily be delayed until
tho ai rival of the ship load of rails
and material due in about l2
months. We believe it is the inten
tion of the company to operate at
once. The half mile of road after
its completion, and it will no doubt
pay to do so, as King street is such
a busy thoroughfare. It is said
that the next piece of road to be
built will bo along Alnkea street,
from King street down to the whaif.
Why this hot, dusty, out-of-the-way
street has been decided on, wo arc
at a loss to imagine, but as the main
traffic from tho w liarf , (say from tho
Oceanic Steamship Co.'s wharf), is
up Fort street, and paiticularly as
the rails aic to be laid flush with the
stieet and no inconvenience can re
sult to carriage or other vehicle traf
fic, we would by all means recom
mend a change of the line to Fort
street, intcisccting King, thence
along to Richard to Beretania,
thence to Nuuanu, down Nuuanu,
inlei-jccting King street again. This
would.cneonipass the city nicely.
Late Foreign lews.
New York, April 2 1 It is re
ported here on what is said to be
high authoiity that President Cleve
land's choice of Chief-Justice will
bo Associate Justice Stephen J.
Field of California, Uie ranking
Democratic Justice on the Supreme
bench, and bi other of David Dudley
and Ctyrus W. Field. Minister
Phelps will then be nominated as
Associate Justice in Field's place,
and ex-Mayor Cooper of this city
as Minister to England in Phelp's
place. Cooper, who is a brother-in-law
and partner of Mayor Hewitt,
was a candidate for the place when
President Cleveland assumed office,
and the failure to appoint him caus
ed much disappointment in Demo
cratic circles here, as Cooper had
contiibutcd heavily to the campaign
fund in 18S1. His appointment at
this time would, it is thought, indi;
cate that politics are becoming a
bigger factor in the policy of the
Administration now than at the be
ginning of the Presidential term.
Advices fiom Panama arc to
Marcli 31st. Religious insliuction
lias been made compulsory in the
public schools of Colombia. The
Bishop of Carthagcna has issued a
pastoral letter against Freemasonry.
In the election in Ecuador on March
7th there was a riot, the citizens
being attacked by the troops, but
the popular candidate, Eloy Alfaro,
was elected President. Times aro
hard in Peru, many mines being
closed and work being scarce in the
towns. Tho population of Costa
Rica by last December's census is
200,187, importations $5,56a,OU for
the year, and exports SU,23G,5G3.
Salt Lake City, April 21 A dis
patch received this afternoon fiom
General John T. Caine at Washing
ton says, President Cleveland has
pardoned D. II. Sclieltlcr, who is
now serving a term in Utah peniten
tiary for unlawful cohabitation.
Schclller is cashier of the Zion
Savings Bank, and refused to pro
mise to obey tho law when he was
sentenced, for which Judge Zano
lectured him severely, telling him
that if a man in his position could
not live under the laws of his coun
try ho had be.tter get up an leave it.
Louisville (Ky.), April 21 The
report of the commissioners appoint
ed to Investigate absconding Treas
urer Tate's olllco was submitted to
the Kentucky Legislature to-day.
It contained no sensational disclos
tucs, the deficit being placed in the
ncighborcood of $230,000.
San Francisco, April 2 1 Tho
Centennial Hotel at Butte, M. T.,
was burned yesterday, and two per
sons weio fatally and others less
San Bcrnaidluo is suffering from
the dcpicdations of an apparently
oiganUed gang of burglars and roh
bcis. ThetiialofS. P. Maslin, clerk
of tlio Board of Examiners, for
throwing Reporter Carson out of the
Governor's olficc, was begun in tho
Sacramento Police Couit yesterday,
and some amusing features were
The coustiuction of tho Southern
Pacific blanch road from Huron to
the coal mines near there is to begin
Washington, April 21. Tho De
mocratic caucus last night discussed
tho Republican committee's ultima
tum on the tariff debato, and the
gcncial sentiment was that it was
inexpedient at this time to limit the
debate. Tho following icbolutiou
Farg'us in Embroiled Dresses,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Resolved, That it is tho opinion
of this caucus that the tariff discus
sion bo lcsilmed to-morrow and con
tinued to a. conclusion, to the exclu
sion of other business, except that
night sessions may bo held, and if
not required for debato upon tho
tariff, shall bo employed in current
legislation. The diicction hereto
fore given touching an amicable ar
langcments as to the time of the
debate on the Tariff bill to continue
London, Apill 21. The "Times"
prints a joint letter in which Drs.
Mackcnzio and Hovcll announce
that thoy have brought a libel suit
against tho Cologno "Gazette" and
tho "Kreuz Zcitung." The suit
grows out of criticisms concerning
the treatment of tho Empcior.
EDDIE, they bake those nice Cream
Cakes today at the "fclllc," picnic
bring somo home. Yc9, dear. 40 It
ABY CARRIAGES in almost
every style, can be found at Q.
West & Co.'s. 08 lw
PLOTHES HAMPERS, Baskets
VJ and beautiful Rustic Hats arranged
fot Flower Vase, may be Been at O.
West ifc Co.'s. 3S1
JL The best piper
5 per an mini.
to send aurond-
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10 loreign countries, o per
IF YOU really wnnt your money's
worlh of the finest Home-Mailo
French and Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Ico Creams, or Fnnev and
Plain Cuke, call at tlia Pioneer feleani
Candy Factory, Bakery nud Ico Croum
Parlors, established ISM. Hotel, oppo.
site Bethel street. F. Hon, Practical
Confectioner, Pastiy Cook mid Ornii
mutiter. P. S. Tho only place where
the Genuine Buttei Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 10 if
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CLEAN RAGS anil second hand
clothing; will he gratefully reced
ed for the use of the inmate-, of thu
Branch Hospital for Lepers at ICnknako,
or at the Leper Settlmcnt on Molokai,
if left with J. T. "Walerhouse, ji., at tlio
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MISS. P. TI1IELE,
On Beretania street near Piikol.
(Formerly 31cGuire' House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A safe convcynnco will call for and re
turn children living at a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone No. 504. fSm
THE ilU0ve reward will ho given to
JL any person nr persons who will
give such information as will lead to
the arrest and conviction of the person
or persons who set lire to my storo
situated on Beretania tticct, nut to the
premhes owned by J. E. Bush Esq., in
SUNG DONG SING.
Honolulu, May 0, 1888. 08 lw
FOR SALE !
Another Fresh Lot of
.Tiut arrived and
FOR SALE CHEAP
Algeroba Firewood & Charcoal 1
Made from Algcroba Wood.
At JOHN F. COLEUI'S,
KING- S'AR,13 nrr.
Uell Telo. DJ. -IC2r Mutual Tele. 87.
Iron Water Tanks
Just received from Auckland,
FOR SALE CHEAP
UNION FEED GO.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Our Entire Stock of Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish and Torch ong Laces will be
sold at an Immense deduction. Ladies are
invited to call and learn our prices.
Received by last steamer a large assort
ment of Oriental and Embroided Mounting
which we offer at Bed Rock Prices.
Eorty pieces Canvas Cloth, in Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
Are receiving- by every incoming- steamer from San
Furniture, dura, Piios, (Mars, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods ! Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES Itf
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
- FOR SALE AT
to the Ladies !
Irwin & Co
TT1TM ftTS i-M " r -n. u
- NJb UJT liUUliiS
and Made to Ord
i&S&f w ''
lew Ooods !
& CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,