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For Spring Summer Clothing,
Now Shades in Dress Goods,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
MONDAY, MAY 21, 1888.
Bk Forest Qnccu, Winding,. 19 days
from San Frnncleco
Btmr Klnnu from Maul mill Hawaii
Stini'Mlknhnlft from Knnni
Btmr Iilkellko from Knhuliil
Schr Llliolllio from Kuknliiti
Dutch Tinlning S1U Zllvoroii Knits,
20 days fionijb'iiu Francisco
Stmr I.clma for llnmakmi at 5 p in
Sclir Halcakala for l'epcckcp
btmr Mokolii for .Moloktil at 5 11,111
Schr Canute for Kuan
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
UkOD Bryant for San Francisco
Stmr Kluau for llllo and way poits at 4
Stmr Mlkahnla for Kauai at 0 i 111
Stmr Llkollku for Kahnlul and way
poi ts at 5 p 111
Stmr Iwalanl for Lahalna and Ilamakua
at 8 a 111
Stmr 0 R Bishop for Kauai at u p 111
From Kauai, per Mlkahala, Mav 20
S W Wilcox and wife, W Hill, D Logan,
Henry Bull, U W IspiU and wife, Mrs
Dr llerbeit, Miss Rose Makcc, G L
Kauai, if Conradt, (! 0 Bcrgcr, Charles
Parker, 2 Chltiusi! mid 81 deck.
From Mauai, pei-Mnir Likcltkc, May
10 lion S G Wilder, W U Wilder, K T
Llllie and wife, L Cabot, Mrs J Lucas
and child, W S Luce, Scnhor A do
bouza Cauavairo, Miss Knight and 01
From llllo and way ports, per stmr
Kinau, May 20 Miss Alice L Fillc
browne, A Wall, Fiuil Neumann, W C
Achl, Mr Uockhiini. wife and cliild, W
A Bowen, T M Staikov1 E Dclnirnc, G
Ako, Fl' Hastings, Dr Hcrljcit, Mrs
Aiona and cliild, .lung Lcc and 88 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
, Stmr Likclikc 7,1150 bgs fcugar. 200 bgs
corn, 00 bgs potatoes, 38 hides, 10
pigs and a quantity of ko.i timber.
Stmr Mikahala 3,771 bgs sugar, 2 cows
and 11 hides.
Stmr Kluau 0,039 bgs sugar, 70 pkgs
hides, 17 bgs ginger, 10 bs taio,
20 bgs corn, 150 bgs spuds and 100
The American schooner Anna arrived
at Kahului, Maui, May, ISth, 20 days
from Sau Francisco, w ith general mer
chandise. The- British lion bark Clan Tu.il,
Captain Swcctland, was towed out of
Kahului, Maui, by the steamer Likelike,
Mav 18th, with a full cargo of sugar for
The bark C. D. Biyant, Captain L.ee,
sails for San Fiancisco on Wednesday
forenoon, Ma3" 23ul.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The No-nnnie baseball club has
adopted the name of "Star" or "The
There will bo a party at the resi
dence of II. R. II. Princess Liliuo
Icalani, Palaniu, this evening.
A jumblu of stun" about the edi
tor's doings on Kauai, as well as
other matter, lias been crowded out
of this issue.
The assignees of tho estate of
Brown & Co. have an important
notice to those who arc indebted to
the estate, in to-day's issue.
The Elito will have another lot of
those delicious cicam cakes for sale
tomorrow. Oiders should bo sent in
early as tho supply is limited.
The races at Kapiolani Park on
Saturday resulted in a victory for
Ivanhoc, Jr., in the half-mile dash,
and for Notlio T., in the quarter
An iron arm is being put up on
the Station IIouso, to hold an elec
tric light. Tho light opposite tho
Station Houso on top of the long
polo will bo dono away with.
The sale of the lota of Mr. Ernnk
Brown at Kapiolani Paik, adver
tised to take placo on Saturday next,
has been postponed until Monday
May 28th, at the same time and
The arrests by the Polico up to
noon to-day weio: All Foo, larceny
of wood; Coflco, alias Murphy,
drunkenness; and Coffee, alias Mur
phy, larcony of pioporty belonging
to Dr. M. GioBsmau.
Tin: entire plant of tho Star Mill
Co., Koliala, Hawaii, is offered for
salo. Tho plant rumpuses every
thing found in a well appointed mill,
together with mules, cano carts and
gennral plantation implonionts.
Messrs. V. G. Irwin &. Co will
despatch for China and Japan on or
about tho 10th of Juno next, tho A 1
steamship Tu'knbiigo Marti. This
vessel has supeiior accommodation
for cabin, second class or steerage
Tub students of tho North Pacific
Missionary Institute, with their
wives and children, !!! poisons in all
Had thoir annual picnic at tlio icst
donco of Rov. Dr. IIvilo, 122 Bcro
tania slieot, fiatiuday afternoon.
Tho closing oxeiciseu of tho school
will bo hold iu Kawuialioo Church,
Friday morning, Juno 8th. Eloven
students will giaduato this year and
begin woik in as many now vacant
THE WORKiNGMAN'S PAPER
"Tho Paly Bulletin." 60 ceuts
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Harmony Lodge 1. O.
O. F. in Harmony Hall, King street,
at 7 !80 o'clock.
Band concert (it Eininn Square, at
Tho Royal Hawaiian Band will givo
n moonlight concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at 7 :80
o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: VAllT 1.
Overture Iiomnntlc Hela
Polk.i-Stephiuilo Fnhi bach
Finale Lohcngi In Wagner
Medley Trip tlnough Europe.. Conradl
Selection Mascotto Andran
Wnltz The Source Waldtcufel
Polka Black and Red Cooto
The baseball match at Makiki on
Saturday last, between the Ilono
lulus and No Name nine, was a very
spirited and interesting game one
of the best played this season and
only lasted about 1 and half hours
when the scoio stood Honolulu 4,
No Name 3. During the game some
very fine playing was observed, not
ably Kinney at 1st base, and Carter
at 2d base, while Meek and Bald
win, pitchers respectively for the
Honolulus and No Name, did some
Mr. F. Horn the only practical
baker and confectioner on the isl
ands, is prepared to bcrve his cus
tomers with a very superior quality
of Cream Cakes or Puffs, at the
remaikably low price of 23 cents
per dozen. These cakes arc guaran
teed by tho maker to bo superior to'
any others made here, and he has
reduced the price to conform to the
times and within the reach of all.
Renewed interest is being shown
in the entertainments given by this
league, or else the programme for
last Saturday evening presented un
usual attractions, as there was a
large and enthusiastic audience
present. The programme was an
excellent one. Mr. Lowery gave a
humorous reading, in which he
pictured the Hawaiian Government
directing a submarine survey on the
present site of the City of San
Francisco, a thousand years hence.
The musical numbers of the pro
gramme were greeted with applause,
and an encore was insisted upon.
Mr. A. E. Murphy read a very
pathetic poem, and in answer to an
encore, recited a Frenchman's ver
sion of Macbeth ; and in response to
another encore, recited the Brooklyn
Theater Fire. Mr. W. A. Kinney
delivered the address, after which
tho usual invitation to join the
league was extended to all prcseut.
JAPANESE Y. M. C. A.
The lowrr room of Queen Emma
Hall was filled last Saturday even
ing with the members of this vigo
ious society, for their semi-monthly
literary and social meeting. Mr.
Ukai gave an address in Japanese,
taking for his subject, "What is
the highest hope for man?" Mr.
F. "V. Damon and Mr. W. W. Hall
made brief addresses in English.
The manuscript newspaper "The
Japanese Times," was read. The
Editor, Mr. Fujita will soon return
to Japan, and Mr. Ban will take his
place. The Japanese steamer, due
here about Juno 1st, will bring
about 1000 more laborers. The
training ship Tsukuba will leave
Honolulu, Tuesday, May 22, for
NOTES BY THE KINAU.
Lovely weather at Hilo j no rain.
The Court will be through with
the term in Hawaii this week.
The Deputy Attorney-General
and Captain Hopkins went to Wai
luku last week. on a tour of inspec
tion. They will meet tho steamer
W. G. Hall at Lahaina and come to
Honolulu by her to-morrow.
Hilo, Ilamakua and Kohala mem
bers of the Legislature will arrive
here by tho return of the Kinau next
The brig Lurline, with COO tons of
freight and several passengers John
W. Shellwood, Mrs. B. J. Shell
wood, Mrs. J. W. 'Wallace, Mrs. L.
W. Daly, Mrs. Emma T. Wclton,
MisH Alice Fillebrowne, Miss M. M.
Daly, Miss M. Wallace and G. A.
Serrao arrived at Hilo last Thurs
day, tho 17th, 14 days from San
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-FIVE CENTS I'ER TOUND,
Irritated thioats and annoying
coughs are quickly relieved by tho
genuinu nutter Scotch, only to bo
found at the Pioncor Steam Candy
Factory of F, Horn. Plenty of testi
The following are some of tho
new mills of Texas: Limo Works at
Fort Woith, two clothing factories
at Galveston, flour mills at Green
ville and St. Jo, and canning facto
ries at Jacksonville and Lockviow.
A St. Charles, Mo., firm is filling
a contract for 800 cars for the Mex
ican National .Railway.
Bargains in Embroideries,
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Edjtoh Bullexin: I have just
got some Portuguese ex Thos. Boll.
The contiacts are beautifully printed
on excellent paper, but I am at a
los to know the meaning of some
parts. What do you make of this?
"A day's service is to bo 10 hours
iu the field or 12 hours in the sugar
house, not being consecutive, and
allowing the necessary time for
taking food and rest."
"The hours of service are counted
from the regularly established mo
ment for departure to the work in
the Held or in the sugar house, not
exceeding the tune reasonably neces
sary for the transportation to the
places where the work is destined."
With nu ex editor of .the "Plant
ers' Monthly" as Minister of In
terior might we not expect something
more intelligible? One of my men
claims an hour to rest and cat
besides the time walking to his woik,
which leaves me about 8 hours and
10 minutes for work out of tho 10.
Rather expensivo labor that for
A I'd OK Pl.ASTr.lt.
STILL ANOTHER VIEW OF THE
Thero ore one or two statements
made by "Anti-prohibition" which
certainly put in its strongest light
the antipathy many modcrato drink
ers have to the very idea of pro
hibition. He saj's, "what business
of yours is it what I cat or diiuk?
What right have you to prescribe
my food?" and again, "Has it
come to this that a bigoted fanatical
minority is going to rule the coun
try, etc., etc.?
Certainly it docs seem levelling
to one's sense of justice that one
set of poisons should dictate to an
other what they should eat or drink,
or what is best for them gencially,
but doos prohibition really do this?
Do not such views arise from con
fused ideas-of its fundamental prin
ciples ! For instance, the author of
the article in question seems to
think that the central idea of pro
hibition is to save di inking men by
compulsion, whereas it is in fact the
reverse. Prohibition is intended to
protect the abstainer, not the drink
er. The prohibitionist is thinking
of himself. Moral suasion says
"stop, for your own sake," but legal
suasion always says, "stop for 1113'
sake." Prohibitionists say, if men
can drink so as to entail on them
selves and not on us any resulting
evils, it is nobody's business how
much they drink, but as long as we
arc compelled to bear a heavy pro
portion of the evil results, we claim
the right to speak our minds, with
out laying ourselves open theieby
to the charge of bigotry or intoler
ance. The question of prohibition
has arisen, not out of the desire to
dictate to others what they shall eat
or drink, but bec.iuse the non
drinking portion of the community
decline any longer to bear the bur
dens of a traflie which is not of their
creating, and from which they de
rive no profit.
But many say then punish tho
man that abuses liquor not the one
who makes a proper use of it. Tho
evils arise from the abuse of liquor
not its use therefore confine your
laws to those who abuse it. Just
what ought to be done undoubtedly
if it could be. In legislating for the
protection of the non drinking por
tion of the community, a well de
fined lino should certainly be drawn,
if possible, between tho user and
abuser of liquor and the past fifty
years of legislation upon this ques
tion have been spent iu a continued
but hopeless attempt to devise ways
and means to accomplish this result,
i. e. to relieve the non drinking
portion of tho community from evils
not of their creating and at the same
time not to intefcre with the moder
ate drunkards whole columns of
laws havo been enacted to attain
this end as varied as the imagina
tions and devices of men and yet
to-day as fifty years ago, men and
women who do not drink who dis
like tho business and want only to
be let alone arc compelled in a
hundred and one ways to bear the
evils and contribute to the losses
entailed by the abuso of liquor iu
others, and no wonder they arc get
ting tired of it and nt times rather
indignant especially when some one
rushes to the fiont nnd rates thoso
who thus havo to assist In footing
the bills, with charges of bigotry,
narrow mindedness nnd meddle
some olllciouswss because they
commence to baulk under tho bur
den they have been bearing bo long.
One trouble in drawing the lino
between tho user and abuser of
liquor is that the lino itself is often
rather obscure. The abusers aro
recruited from tho users and between
the strictly tcinperato man and tho
pronounced drunkard there is a
middle ground occupied by thou
sands whoso habits arc so unceitain
that it would lloor a Solomon to say
to which class thoy ieally did be
long, In short men arc rapidly coming
to tho belief that there is but one
courso to take and that is to prohi
bit altogether tho nianufacluro or
salo of alcohol except for nicphan
icul and medicinal purposes. Such
men say we aro honestly sorry that
no milder remedy has proved effee-
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
tual, but when tho question narrows
itself down to a choice either of
continuing the traffic for the sake ot
tho moderate drinker or of cutting
it off to relieve the abstaining cle
ment, wo havo no hesitancy which
way to vote. Of the two evils tho
abridgement of the privileges of
moderate drinkers is by far the least
and should therefore be chosen. At
most the moderate drinker foregoes
simply physical gratification and com
fort while the price at which he ob
tains it, is sharp, pronounced, tangi
ble loss or suffering to the non
drinking portion of tho community,
more paiticularly the women and
The main thing that has kept
back prohibition for tho past
fifty years i3 the deference felt to
wards modcrato drinkers and their
privileges, many of whom however
have of their own accord become
piohibitionists within the past ten
years, not because they felt drink
was doing them any harm, but
because they began to realize,
that the cxerciso of that priv
ilege cost the community at large
too much. It may be said
however, you are assuming that
prohibition will attain ttic desired
end. AVhereas, experience shows
otherwise. In reply we say that a
practice that has rooted itself for
centuries in a race cannot bo laid
aside in a day. A generation or
two must grow up under the law
before it will be properly enforced.
The partially successful opposi
tion to a prohibitory law conies from
the prestige given to that opposition
by moderate users. It could easiby
be enforced against the man who b'
his excesses cannot, with much
grace or effort resist the law, but it
is otherwise with the man who can
truly say, I never abused the right
and I shall not give it up even if I
and 1113- class could settle the matter
at once by throwing our influence in
favor of the law.
The moderate user holds the key
of the situation. Prohibition can
never be a success until that class
give in their allegiance, but we have
not the slightest doubt but that
sooner or later they will. Some
may hold out who make it a point
neer to change a position once
taken, light or wrong, but the great
majority of them will surely gravi
tate away from the selfish view and
towards the larger good.
And that is why 1 sign myself in
all confidence, Pkouiuition.
BE..ON HAND to-day and order
your Cream Cikes nt the "Elite"
for tcmorrow. 48 It
BABY CARRIAGES in almost
uverv stylo, can bo found at G.
West & Co.'s. 38 lw
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60 cents per month.
PLOTHES HAMPERS, Baskets
VJ and beautiful Kubtic Huts nrraugrd
fni Flower Vases, may he seen at G.
West & Co.'s. 38 lw
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL 26 columns, purely local matter
Mailed tj foreign countries, $C per
YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
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X Goes to every hamlet and villago
in the Hawaiian Kingdom.
I?INEST BRANDS OF CALI-
XI lorniR Poit, Madeira and Mahigu,
for sale in kcg and cases by
GOfTSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
rpHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL Tho best paper to bend abroad
$5 per annum.
ONLY 25 CENTS PER DOZEN.
The Ycry Finest and most Delicious
CREAM CAKES !
Or so-called I'UFFS, will be had
To-day and To-morrow
Leave your orders early and you will
siivc CO per cent,
N. B. The fincht of Cream 0ke are
not honestly worth more thai) 25 ceuts a
iloeu, paying a higher prlcu is wasting
your money. F, IIORN.
ALL amounts due the film of Brown
& Co., Wine Sphits Merchant!,
of Honolulu, that were contracted pre.
vlous to the SOlh dny of .March IubI, f
not MiMlcrt hofoie tho Uth day of June
next, will 1)0 placed In tho hands of a
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
buo for, anil recover at once.
a. j. oAimviuaiiT,
W. F ALLEN,
Assignees of Brown &. Co.
Honolulu, May 21. 1868. 481m
MISS. P. TIIIELE,
On Bcrutaniu btrcct near Pilkol.
(Formeily McGuirc'a Houec,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Dally & Boarding School,
Also, French and Gcrinnn taught, and
UIM91U J.U38UIJS (VCIlt
A tafo conveyance will cajl for and re
turn children living at a distance.
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Our Entire Stock of Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish, and Torchong 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 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
llllUmin H hnilin
, vuuuw, liUUUU,
Crockery Ware Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods ! Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES I2T
3PI.TOS and 3F'UI8,IVI1,Cr3RE3
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand
to the Ladies !
Irwin & Co.
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incoming steamer from S.i
and Made to Order.
mw Goods !
FOR SALE AT
I & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
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