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For Spring Summer Clothing,
The Aroade-rEGAN & CO.
SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1888.
Mtvy 18 VFB
Stmr Knnl.1 from Walanae and Walalua
Scbr ilaleakala ftom.Pcpoctco
Stmr Jos Makee fiom Kanaa
Stmr Mokolli fiom Molokul
Sehr Caiiuto fiom Kunti
HUMS Coituoraut fiom target prac
tices Stmr atalealo from Kanal
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Sohr Hulc.ikala for Pcpcckco
Stmr Mokolli for Volukal at 5 p m
Scur Canute for Kuan
Fiom Pcpcckco, per sclir Ilalcnkala,
May ID-Mrs tl T Walker, MHs Alice
"Walker, ami Master V Walker.
From Knnnl, pui stmr Waialcalc, May
10 vir.Iolmsou, Mr D Ciownlnjibuig
and wife, and I deck.
CARGOES FHOM ISLAND PORTS.
Ilaleakala ' 202 bugs sugar.
Canute 3000 b.igs sii;ar.
Makce 10JO bags sugar.
"Walalcale NjGu bag? sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A sound and gentle can i ago horse
is offered for fuIo.
(Jai'TAIN Kibliug of the schooner
Haleakala ropoits rains and light
weather about Pepcekco and in Ha
Tun piece of land tituated at Kit
wili, and sold at auction this noon,
by Mr. Jns. 1 Moigan, was pur
chased by n Chinaman, for $95.
Tun Koyal ll.uv.iiian Kami will
give moonlight conceits next week as
follows : Monday and Thursday even
ings at Emma Square; Tuesday and
Friday eenings at Thomas Squtne.
The dogs captuicd by tho polieo
are now being tied up in the Station
Houso yard instead of being confined'
in a cell. Theiowcrc but two can
ines in tho pound up to noon to-day.
Ground for the street railroad was
broken this morning near the corner
of llichard and King street. A laigo
gang of Portuguese aic at work guid
ing and King street presents an
Mb. McKinlcy, Hawaiian Consul
at San Francisco, writes under date
of May 5th, that sinco his repoit of
April'23, only two cases of small-pox
have been veiified "in that city, by
ftio Board of Health, and that be
tween April 15lh and May 5th, only
five deaths occuncd from the disease.
The resignations of Dr. H. L.
Curtis of Hana, Maui, and Dr. Geo.
Herbert, of Kealia, Kauai, were ac
cepted by the Boaid of Health, at
tho weekly meeting yesterday after
noon. No now appointments were
made by tho Board and nothing ele
of special inteiust to the public was
A blight difficulty occurred on
board the baikeiitiuc M.uy Winkel-
man, beioic &ne s.iuea ior can rian
cisco ycsteiday. Some of the crew
were too jolly and wanted to go up
town. Tho captain and chief officer
bad a few words and the ni.ito has
remained ashore. The second officer
of the Saranac went as chief officer
of the Mary Winkelman.
A native boy of about ten years of
ago, went to tho Police Station this
noon, with his mother, to enter a
complaint against a ChinebO boy,
who blruck tho Hawaiian youngster
on tho head with a tin can, and mado
the blood flow frcoly. Judge Dayton
having he.u d tho story, advised tho
mother to take the boy homo, wash
bis face and keep him in tho houso
out of mischief.
Satuuday, May 19
V. Anderson and F. Walclen,
blue-jackets, paid $G each
Akana, assault on G. D. Robin
sou with, a spade, and G. D. Robin
son assault and battery on Akana,
were both discharged.
Ah Sing and All Goon, 820 each
. CIVIL CASES.
J. Nahoko vs. Bekc Nnhoko, de
sertion. Bekc consents to return
to her husbqnd and ends tho case
Georgia, s late acquisitions are:
An addition of p,000 spindles and
17G looms to the King Company, s
cotton factory and sawmills at Bain
bridge and Emerson. The capital
stock of tho Lagrange Cotton-mill
will bo increased from $10,000 to
Operations reported in Alabama
are sawmill at Epps' Station, saw
and shinglo factory Tat Evergreen,
slovo works at Florence, 11119a mines
at Edwardsville, saw and plaining
mill at Jasper, plaining factory at
Pell City and a stave factory at
Queen Victoria has icceived a
warm welcome at tho hands of tho
Berlinese. Tho entire press regret
that her visit is a mournful one to
seo her son-in-law before he dies.
Many workmen of the Gorman
brewers at Beihn huvo recently
been sent out to mako approved
beer for Japanese.
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Band wilt play
this afternoon at Emma Square,
commencing at -1:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is tho progi ammo :
March TJpre6S Wcitlirudt
Ovci tin e Xabueco Vei dl
Gavotte lieu t Throbs Ellenbcig
Selection lloeeaclo Suppis
Danec A boi Iglnal Thiol u
Waltz Vicuna Bonbons. Strauss
The moonlight concerts will take
place next week, Monday and
Thursday at Emma Square, and
Tuesday and Frjday at Thomas
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Entertainment by the Blue Ribbon
League m the 1. M. C. A. hall,
BLUE R BOON LEAGUE.
The cntcilainment this Saturday
evening in the Y. M. G. A. Hall un
der the auspices of tho Blue Rib
bon League will consist of the fol
lowing: Piano miIo A. F Wall
Heading Mr. 1 J. T.owicy
oug MNs Mabel JJhoJes
Recitation Mr. A. E. M.tupliy
Sung Mts Jennie Gilevo
Adilicss Mr. W. A Kinney
The excicises begin at 7:30.
Scats free and everybody invited.
THE CUSTOM HOUSE AFFAIR.
The candidates, as mentioned in
last evening's Bullutin for tlio
vacancies in the Custom House
Bureau, occasioned by the dismissal
of the Ave employees, also mentioned
in this paper, have been, it is under
stood, accepted, and will take their
lespective positions Monday morn
ing. Tho positions will bo tho same
as stated yestei day, excepting that
some of the clerks who have been
in the services some time, and have
given satisfaction, will be promoted
and the new comers be given the
places made vacant by such promo
tions. Forty-three of the passports, alle
ged to have been stolon, were dis
covered among the 232 Chinaman,
who came here by the S. S. City of
Pekin, several days ago.
The Attorncy-Ueneial, Mr. C. W.
Ashford, and the Maishal, Mr. J.
II. Soper, have taken the matter in
hand and will do their utmost to fei
ret out the whole alleged incgu
laiity. BAND SOCIAL.
The members of the Royal Ha
waiian Band gave a social at the
hall of Engine Co. jNo. i last even
ing. A laige number of invited
guests wcie present, including te
presentatives of tho press. The
hall was beautifully decorated with
flags, floncisand ferns. The tables
were loaded down with every
imaginable product of the market.
A few minutes after 7 o'clock, the
guests were invited to sit down to
the tempting spiead. The Hon. D.
L. Naone said graco, after which
full justice was done to the good
things. When all had satisfied the
inner man, after dinner speeches
were in order. Bandmaster Berger
was called upon and in tho couisc
of his speech explained why the
social was given. A year ago fifteen
of the band boys decided to put
away a little money each month.
They kept their decision, and the
result is that yesterday, the fust
anniversaiy of their society, they
have over 81,000 in their treasury.
The fail 111 over the thousand dollars
they decided to spend in a social,
and this is the lcsult of that de
cision. Several other speeches were made,
after which Hawaii Ponoi was sung,
and the company aTose from the
table. The rest of the evening was
spent in singing and social inter
course, and was exceedingly pleas
ant and enjoyable.
WHITSUNDAY OR PENTECOST.
Next Sunday, May 20th, is Whit
sunday, rather called Pentecost,
which means fifty, because it is the
fiftieth day after the resurrection of
our Lord. This day, which reminds
us of the coming of the II0I3' Ghost
on the Apostles, as ficrytongues, is
a commemoration of tho'solemn and
miraculous inauguration of the
church in tho New Testament,
tluough the intctpositiou of the
Holy Ghost, as tho Hebrew Pente
cost was a memorial of the solemn
and miraculous establishment of the
church of the old law, through tho
promulgation of tho divine law on
Mount Sinai. After St. Peter had
spoken to the people crowding in
the streets of Jerusalem, 3000 per
sons wero converted and baptized.
Tho icd color of the vestments used
by tho priest at tho altar on that
day romiuds us of tho mysterious
and figurative tongues of fiic in
which tho Holy Ghost really and
truly came down upon tho Apostles.
Religious services at tho Roman
Catholic! Cathedral of Honolulu, as
usual on the grand festivals of the
church. Low Masses at C and 7 a.
31. High pontifical mass at 10 a. u.
followed by tho administration of
the sncrainunt of baptism.
Confirmation at 3 i jr., followed
by Rosary and the Benediction of
tho M. B. Sacrament,
A canning factory is to be put up
at Coiintli, Miss., and the Mlbsissipi
Cotton uud Woolen Mill at Wesxcu
is being ciiluiged by a 1 story building.
Bargains ill Embroideries,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
The diffusion cxpciimcnls at tho
Makce Stigar Company's mill, Kau
ai, have been temporarily hiispended,
on account of the counter balance
of one of the dlff users giving way.
Tho woik will not be running dur
ing tho coming week. Iron has to
begot fiom Honolulu for the pur
poso of stiengthening tho counter
bnhmccs. Duo notice will he given
when all is in readiness (or resump
tion. AUCTION SALES.
Attention is called to two now
auction advertisements in another
column, one, of the household fur
niture of Mr. Frank Blown, and the
other of beveral lots at Kapiolani
Pard under lease to the same per
son. The furniture will be sold on
Friday, May 2olh, at 10 a.m., on
the proaiiscs, and the leases of tho
real estate will be sold on Saturday,
May 2Gth, at 12 noon at the sale
room of Mr. J. F. Morgan.
Some vicious person maliciously
shot Mr. II. J. Nolte's largo black
dog "Cailo," tho other day, and
fearfully lacerated his hiiul legs,
hips and thighs. This dog "Carlo"
was icrnaikable in scveial ways.
Every stray chicken that wandered
near tho Casino, "Carlo's" home,
was driven away by him with official
dignitj'. Three times a day at cer
tain houis "Carlo" would scamper
off to the beach for u bath, 1 mining
both ways and never stopping to
meddle with any person or tiling.
When returning from his usual bath
the other day, he was shot, as above
stated, and will probably die from
the effects of the wounds.
Messrs. Thos. and Henry Wiight
having secured a long lease of the
blacksmith shop and premises, on
Fort street, next Lucas' Mill, will
open thu same on Tuesday next.
Tho premises are now undergoing a
thorough repaiiing and renovating,
and on the above day Messrs.
Wright Bros, will bo prepared to
receive and. execute all ordeis
in ships blackainithing, cairi.igc,
drays, carts and wagon building,
lepairing, etc. The above gentle
men being well known heie (being
connected with the Hawaiian Car
riage Manufacturing Co. for many
years past) in their vaiious lines of
business, we bespeak for them a
fair share of patronage, not only in
this city, but from the other Islands.
DEATH CLAIMS PAID BY THE EQUIT
ABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE U. S. IN 1887.
On day the proofs were leceived,
8G2 policies, 83,280,320, G-l-10 per
On 1st day after receipt of proofs,
35 policies, 5171,320, 3-31 per cent,
On 2d day after receipt of proofs,
35 policies, 5131,200' 3-07 percent,
On 3d day after receipt of proofs,
17 policies, 880,87,1, 175 per cent,
On 4th day after receipt of proofs,
18 polioies, S39,.")85, 1.10 per cent,
On 5th day after receipt of proofs,
14 policies, 11,950, .82 per cent,
On Glh day after receipt of proofs,
13 policies, S45,850, -87 per cent,
On 7th day after icecipt of proofs,
23 policies, 118,300, 2-31 per cent,
On 8th day after receipt of proofs,
8 policies, 13,G20, .83 per cent,
On 9th day after receipt of proofs,
10 policies, 18,500, .95 per cent,
On 10th day after receipt of
proofs, 13 policies, 50,535, 1-10
per cent. paid.
After 10 and within 30 days, 141
policies, 529,752, 10-33 per cent,
After 30 and within GO days, 77
policies, 280,121, 51G per cent,
After GO days, '38 policies, 200.
52G, 3'G1 percent, paid.
Total claims paid in 1887, 1301
policies, 85,129,51-1, 100-00 per
UUUITAULi: l'OLICIKS Allli l'AID AS
rilOMl'TLY AND MAY DK COI.
Li:CTi:i) AS UASILY AS 11AN1C
nit Am s.
Of one thousand three hundred
and four death claims paid in 1887,
eight bundled and sixty-two, or
fully hao'ttiinl, wore paid the very
day, "proofs of death" wero re
ceived. With tho exception of a
few scattciing cases delayed, not by
tho Society, hut by the eitors or
negligence of claimants, all thu test
wero paid within thiity days and
of these tho majority weio bottled
within the first week,
A. J. Cautwiuoht,
Agent, Hawaiian Islands.
only TwuNY-nvn ci:kts i-jui rouNU.
In Hated thioatu nnd annoying
coughs aro quickly lelieved by tho
genuine Butter Scutch, only to ho
found nt tho Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty, of testi
THE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
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New Shades in Dress Goods,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
THE FL0ATINC EDITORS.
Tho two editors who got afloat tho
other day have been heard of. The
James Makco brings intelligence of
their having drifted ashore at Na
wiliwili, on tho Island of Kauai,
and from there they have scrambled
their way across to tho Makco
Sugar Plantation. That's where
they wero when the steamer left.
They arc said to hare been received
with open arms on that island, nnd
to have been treated with unbound
ed, and certainly undeserved, hos
pitality. Of course, they aro not
known down there, which fact prob
ably accounts for their reception.
There heads arc reported to bo
mending, which is undoubtedly
good news. Let us be grateful to
Allah. Their stomachs, too, appear
to be perfect prodigies to the pco
pie of those regions, nnd wcie it not
that tho "garden island" is very
abundantly stocked with every
description of consumable supply
there would have been a groat
famine in the land ero this. The
two nomadic editors aro being so
genciously treated that they seem
to have conceived a strong wish to
stay where they are. Perhaps it
would be well that they did, that is
for Honolulu, not for Kauai. The
Bullutin man says that it is ono of
the best places he ever "struck."
It is quite possible that he himself
may get "struck" with a boot, be
fore he has been there much longer,
which is always taken as a polite
hint to "vamoose!"
A FALSE ALARM.
About G o'clock last night tho
steamer Kaala was telephoned ten
miles off, and on fire. The tug
Eleuwasto have been despatched
to tho assistance of what was sup
posed to be a burning vessel, but
before she could bo got ready the
Kaala came steaming into the har
bor and alongside the wharf. An
immense crowd of people and vehi
cles had assembled at the wharf,
and when the steamer made the
landing, eager questions were plied
by the interested and curious, as to
the origin of the fire, the damage
done, and if it was out. In reply
to these questions the answer was
theie has been no fire on board the
bhip except that under tho boilers
to make steam, that is not out but
soon will be.
Having learned that the alarm
was false, the ciowd gradually dis
pel sed, and quietness reigned over
Inquiry revealed that the alarm
w as first given from the Kameha
ineha school by telephone to tho
Central Office, and from there to tho
house of Mr. Bolte, the agent of the
steamer, and from there tho news
went like wild fire all over the town.
Tho steamer was enveloped in a
dense 'cloud of smoke from her
boiler furnace fires, and at a long
distance looked as though she was
on fiie, consequently the alarm was
C. A. Gospel Praise Service
. M. Come and bilng a friend.
at G :30 r
KawXiaiiao Ciiuncir. Rev. II. II.
Paiker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. m. teaching at 11 A. m.
Kaumakatili Ciiukch. Iter. J.
Wiilamnu, pastor. Sunday school at
0 a.m. Preaching at 10 -30 a. m. and
7 :IiO i M.
Moiijion Ciiuitcii. Services in Ha
waiian at 10 a. m. Evening tci vices in
English at 7:30 o'clock. All are In
vited. Qui.r.x Emma Hall. Gospel and
song scivlco for Ilawailans who Bpcak
English at at 3 r. si. Good singing,
bhoi t talks. Everybody welcome.
Jai'atifsk Snnvicii : Gospel and
Song Services at 11 a. m. ; Bible Class
7 ;!!0 i'. m., in the Japanese Y. M. O. A.
Room, Queen Emma Hull, corner of
Ueictanla and Nmiatm streets.
CnxTitAL Union Church. Itev. E.
G. Ueekwltli, 1). D., pastor. Sunday
school ami Iliblo class at !):1j a. m.
S01 vices at 11 a. si. and 7:30 r. si.
Ciiinkse Ciiuitcii. Fort street, near
corner Ucictuula. Mr. Kong Shui Ka
evangelist. Chlncso Sunday school,
! ::() a. si. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 1-. si. Pleaching 11
A. M. and 7:30 v. si. Iiililn class in
Chinese Y. M. O. A. Hall, (J:30 i si.
bT. ANDREW'S C'ATHKIHtAL. TIlO
services at St. Andiow's Cathedral to
mono w will bo: Holy Communion,
0:30 a. si. Matins with ser
mon at 0:30. Hawaiian cveusong at
3 :30 r. si. Evensong with sermon at 0
r. si. Seals mu iiunppioprlatcd.
Second Congiegation. Kuv. Geo
Wallace, pastor. Morning prayer
vlth sermon at 11:15 a. si evening
player with bciinon at 7:30 i si.
Sunday school meets at 10 A. si. Scats
fn-u at all sci vices,
Chlncso CoiigicgMlon, Rev. II. II.
Gowen In elLirge, Morning piayor,
with sei 111011, at 11:10 a. si. Sunday
school at 10 a. si, Eonhig prayer, with
hoimon, at 7:30 r. si.
It is stated
on good authority
that the total nnnual income of Eng
land is 1,300,000,000. Two hun
dred and twenty thousand families
posses property to tho fabulous
vnluo of 6,000,000,000. Eight
thousand landlords receive in rents
85,000,000. The rents of 500
Peers amount to 12,000,000. Thir-t3'-llvo
thousand persons practically
hold tho whole soil as against a por
pulation of 85,000,000.
JOB PRINTINGoT7ll kindi citi
cuted at thu Duur Bulletin Office
Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Dresses,
Tho Aroade-EGiVN & CO.
BABY CARRIAGES in almost
every style, can be found at G.
West & Co.'s
to every linmlut and vil aire
ia the flawuiiun Kingdom.
CLOTHES HAMPERS, Baskets
and beautiful Kuttic 11 nis arranged
foi Flower Vases, muy bo seen at'G.
West & Co. 's. 3Slw
Tho best paper
55 per annum.
to scud abroad
' 'rlt UNL.Y LIVfc. HAPEK in
50 cents per month.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
fo mi 11 Port, Madeira and Malaga,
for sale in kegs and cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
HE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
28 columns, purely local matter
Mailed to foreign countries, $5 per
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will be gratefully iccclv
cd for the use of the inmates of tho
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kukaako,
or at the Leper Scttlment oa Molokai,
If left with J. T. Waierhouse, jr., nt iho
Queen Street Store. l&f tf
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
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cents per month.
IF YOU really want your monoy's
worth of thu finest Home Made
French and Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakoe, call at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ice Cream
Parlors, established ISC3, Hotel, oppo
site Bethel street. F. Hokn, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Ornn.
menter. P. S. The only place where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 1C tf
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
J. advertise in tho Dailt Bolletik.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
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.MISS. P. THIELE,
On Bcrclania street near Piikol.
(Formerly McGulre's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Dally & 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.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
28 Columns of Original Mat lor.
Is now issued and will ho found to
bo an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 28 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
Island 81 00 year
Foreign (mailed) 5 00 -year
To bo had from J. II. Soper, Mer
chant street ; A. M. Ilewctt, Mer
chant street, and Bullutin Ofllco,
jsia.'ii--v:fiij.t.'J5aAfjfuig'.''vijijiI-1 u.u.uiu.i.'i'Vir''.ya.!ii .;.
TEMPLE OF FASH ON !
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Our , Entire Stock of Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish and Torohong Laces will be
sold at an Immense Reduction. Ladies are.
invited to call and learn our prices.
Received by last steamer a large assort
ment of Oriental and Embroided Mouncing
which we oner at Bed Rock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas Cloth, in Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
S P E GT I
Are receiving- by every incoming steamer from San
Furniture, Ciairs, Pianos, Mm, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Buby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Ete.
Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES IX
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES. CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
FOR SALE AT
I mh 87
to the Ladies !
Fancy Goods I
& GO.'S, !95 Fort Street,
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