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For Spring Summer Clotliing,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1888.
Uk Ceylon fioni Sun Francisco
Sclir Wallele from Kunu
Stmr W G Hull fiom Hawaii null Maul
Stmr Kinau for llllo niul way ports nt 4
Stmr Mikithiilu for Knual at fl p in
Stmr Llknllkc for Kalinlnl and way
polls at fi p in
Stmr Iwalanl for Lulmlna ami Hnmakua
at 8 a in
StinrjCJ.lt lilsliop for Kauai at 5 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TU-M0RR0W.
Bk 0 D Biyaut for San Kiauclsco
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Miuslml oilers a lownrd for
the lccovciy of stolon jowchy.
Tun AV. 0. Hull is coming in ns
wo go to press, with 'the King oil
Mn. Geoigo Strntcnicyer is reno
vating thu sconeiy of tho Opoia
The Japanese nian-of-war weighed
anchor at 8 o'clock this morning and
depaited for Japan.
J. II. Paty, Ktq., Consul for the
Netherlands, paid an oilicial visit to
the Zilvcicn Kiuis this morning.
Just as the BuLLiniN goes to picss
to-day, the S.'S. Australia cleaicd the
bav of San Francisco for Honolulu.
An oveieoat was picked up and
biought to tho Hui.letik ollice this
morning, wheio it now awaits its
A lady leader of the Bullhiin
wishes it known that the Southern
Cross is visible hcio at this season of
Mn. John V. Colbuin has leceivcd
ex bark Ceylon a large invoice of
hay and gram, which he is oflciing
at veiy low lates.
It is undcistood that tho "Hawai
ian Gazette Company" has purchabed
the "Advertiser" nowspapor and
plant, and will take possession shoitly.
The Honolulu Unity, located in
Nuuanu "Valley, J. I. liowsett, Ji.,
propiictor, has come to stay, and is
prepared to supply pure milk to the
public at modorato rates.
Majoii Wodehouso, H. B. M.s
Commission and Consul-Geneial, will
not hold ti icccplion on the 24th
inst., tho anniversary of thobiithday
of Her Majesty Queen Victoria.
The officers of tho Zilvercn Kruis
paid an official visit to tho Governor
of Oahu, at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
At 2 :15 o'clock they paid thcii res
pects to the Minister of Foreign
Dn. Emcison and officer Reynolds
paid a visit to the 232 Chinamen in
quarantine on the leef, this morning,
and held an examination of them
preparatory to releasing them to
morrow. i. .
ATthcpaity given by II. II. II.
Princess Liliuokalani last evening, a
series of inteiesting tableaux were
given. About 10 couples weio
present and dancing was one of the
features of the occasion.
Samuel Faion, II. D. Roberts, Mrs.
Leach and 11 Portuguese havo en
gaged passage for San Francisco by
the bark C. J). Bryant, to-monow.
Other persons have spokon of going
by tho BiyanL, but aio not yet booked.
IIeu Britannic Majesty Queen Vic
toria's buthday anniversary May 24,
will bo celobiated hero by a boat race
between two boats belonging to tho
Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club,' and
horso racing at Kapiolani Part.
Mns. Fiancisco Dias, who was sen
tenced to hoivo 30 days imprison
ment at haul labor, sevoial days ago,
for exposing liquois for sale, said
good-byo to Judge Dnyton this morn
ing, and wont with her baby to tho
A chinaman who was sent to pri
son for nine months tho other day,
for criminal abuse of a young girl,
is, tho Maishal thinks tho saino celes
tial who escaped fiom ShoiifTChil
lingwoth a month or two ago. A
photograph of tho piibonei has been
takon, and will bo forwauled to tho
Sheriff this aftoinoou.
Eioht persons escaped fiom Kaka
ako tho other night. Seven of thorn
returned tho next day and asked
to ho patted on tho back as faithful
prisoners. Others escaped a day or
so after and now live axe at largo.
If tho paity who saw a certain
person near tho corner of Ahikca and
Hotel streets, botween tho bonis of
10:30 a.m. and 2:80 v, m. on Wed
nesday, May 1G, 1888, will communi
cate with J. X.S. Gencrnl PostOffico,
n liboiul rewind will be paid.
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On her trial-trip tho Reina Rc
gontc, the now Spanish war ship,
which lias just left tho hands of her
English builders, developed n speed
of 21 knots,
The trousseau of the Viscountesse
Bongo was ho magnificent that it
wib publicly exhibited in Paris. It
is said to ho tho most beautiful over
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
The Aroade-EGAK & CO.
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EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. B. Honolulu Rifles at
"Excelsior Lodgo I. O. O. F. meets
at its hall, Fort street, at 7:30
Band conceit at Thomas Square,
commencing at 7:80 o'clock.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will givo
a moonlight concert this evening at
Thomas Square, commencing at 7 :80
o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: taut i.
March Bear Admhal Millockcr
Oveituic Maihana r Wallace
l'lnalc Iicllsarlo Dontibctl
ltciuintsccncc of Aubor ...... Godfioy
A itm Han mo Aloha Oc.
Reminiscences of Wrbcr Godftcy
Gavotte Impel ial Faust
Waltz Doloics Waldtcufpl
Nethei lands Anthem.
1V J. T. MORGAN.
At 10 a. m. at the residence of
Mr. J. A. Kennedy, all tho house
hold furniture and effects.
An alarm of fire was sounded at
about 2:80 o'clock this afternoon,
for a blaze in Kikihale. A native
two-roomed shanty was ablaze.
Both looms were slightly scorched
and a hole was burned in the roof.
The iiro companies were quickly at
the place, but were not needed.
While Pacific Hose Co. No. 1, was
going to the (he, one of the firemen,
who hud hold of the cart, lost his
footing and was dragged by the cx
piess team that was diawing the
cart, some fifteen or moic feet, and
had a narrow escape from being
HOW MANY MILES?
A mounted messenger at the rear
of an army fifty miles in length has
a dispatcli to deliver to the General
who is at the head of the army.
The army maich twentyfivo miles per
day.The messenger starts at tho same
time as the army, delivers his mes
sago and returns to his place at the
rear,arrivingtheie at the same time
that the army complete its twenty
five miles. How many miles did the
THE ZILVEREN KRUIS.
The Dutch tiaining ship Zilvercn
Kruis (Silver Cross), ariivcd yester
day, 20 days from San Francisco.
The Zilvercn Kruis is a cruiser of
the first class. She is of wood and
was built in Amsterdam in 18G7.
Her length is G5 metres, breadth
10 metres, and draught 1G feet.
Her engines are of 1,110 horse
power, and her speed, under steam,
is nine knots.
The Zilveren Kruis is chiefly a
sailing vessel, only steaming when
entering and going out of poit. She
carries 249 men, 14 cadets and 11
officers, and has ten guns.
This cruiser is a. training vessel
for young sailors and cadets. She
will remain here until tho 27th in
stant, sailing on that day for Yoko
hama, in continuation of her voyage
around the world.
On entering the harbor the Zil
veren Kruis was moored on the Ewa
end of the naval row. Salutes of
21 guns for the Hawaiian (lag and
13 for tho American were fired by
her and acknowledged by return
salutes. Following is a list of tho
officers of tho Zilvercn Kruis:
Captain J. P. Jockes.
First Olllcer J. Van Schccrs,
Lieutenants G. Fabius, H. Her
man, II. C. A. Schluter, A. A.
Flaes, F. Bauduin, C. C. Segers
Ryser. Paymaster F. Lensing.
First Surgeon U. J. Van Rhyn.
Second " F. Brandts.
DEATH OF A HAWAIIAN PASTOR.
Rev. S. U. Kupahi, for eight years
the pastor of tho Hawaiian Evan
gelical Church in Koloa, Kauai, died
at that place Sunday, May 13th.
Ho has been suffering from con
sumption for two years, and sought
in vain any remedy for his increas
ing feebleness. He was beloved
and respected as a kind and upright
man. lie was steadfast in his re
liance on his Divine Redeemer and
earnest in preaching tho Gospel of
Salvation, which was his hope and
joy in his dying hour. He was a
native of Molokai, a graduates of
tho N. P. M. I., and ono of tho best
of tho young Hawaiian pastors.
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY TU'ENY-riVE OENTH I'EIt l'OUND.
In Stated throats and annoying
coughs aio quickly relieved by tho
geiiuino Butter Scotch, only to be
found at tho Pioneor Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
Emperor Frederick, it is said,
wanted to extend amnesty to all
Socialists, but Bismarck dissuaded
him from doing so,
General Boulangcr Bays that near
ly all tho letters he receives contain
offers of money.
nPHE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
J. "TJio Dallv Bullctlq," 60 cents
Bargains in Embroideries,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
NEW TAILORING ESTABLISH
MENT. Ono of the prettiest and finest
stocks of woolens in this city can bo
seen at Mr. J. D. Tregloan's tailor
ing establishment, Merchant street,
the storo formerly occupied by L. B.
Kerr. The now styles of spring
goods just being opened are
superb, both as to design and qual
ity. There aro cloths for all tastes
in every varictyof pattern, so that the
most fashionable, as well as those
who want only a plain, unattrac
tive garment, can be suited. The
superior stock, together with a
guarantee from the proprietor that
all garments leaving his establish
ment shall be satisfactory, as re
gaids finish and fit, should bo an in
ducement to attract trado to this
THE KAMEHAMEHA" SCHOOL.
The Kamcliameha school will close
June 22. Tho Gymnasium building
is now occupied as an Assembly
Hall and lccitation rooms; nud will
answer this purpose very well until
the large Recitation Hall is built,
plans for which arc now being per
fected. Hon. C. R. Bishop will
soon erect a building for the Ka
mchaincha Museum, which will
architecturally be a notable addition
to the public builings of Honolulu.
It is designed to make it a complete
lepository of all matters pertaining
to Hawaiian Aicliacology.
Queen Emma's collection of Hn
waiians antiquities will be added to
the large and varied assortment
gathcicd by the late Mrs. Paualii
Bishop. Judge Fornandci-'s collec
tion of Hawaiian m ths and legends
will also be deposited in this Mu
seum. Hon. C. R. Bishop has added
another to his many munificent gifts
for the welfare of this community
It is understood that he will soon
put up at his own expense a
building for young boys, to consti
tute a Preparatory Department for
the Kamcliameha School. The build
ing,accoiding to the plan presented,
is to accommodate GO pupils who,
will be under the charge of three
teacheis, with assistants in the
Such an institution has long been
needed, and Mr. Bishop's geneiosity
in this new gift will be warmly ap
preciated by many who have long
wished that such a home school for
small boys could be somehow pro
vided. The new department will
not bo i eady f or occupancy before
October or November, though Mr.
Bishop, now that tho project has
taken shape, will push the enter
prize to completion with no unneces
Aro there not others, who, like
Mr. Bishop, have grown wealthy in
this community, who will be stimu
lated by his example to like public
spirited munificences in such gcuer
ous provision for the needs, the
comfort, the up-lifting of the people
socially, physically, morally ?
Monday, May 21.
W. Cruse, JL. Sheldon, Sweeney,
and tlnee natives suffered the
penalty for drunkenness.
Hnlemelo, Pocpoe, Kanae, Kapu
Liilii, and Kanani, gaming, SG and
24 houis at hard labor each.
Joe Kckoa, and Iakoha, disturb
ing the quiet of the night. Joe for
feited $15 bail, and Iakoha was
Ah Lin, selling beef on Sunday,
after 9 o'clock a. m., $25.
Aw ana, violating carriage rulo
No. 28, continued lo 22nd.
Ah Hook, Chung Hook and Ah
Fat, vagiancy, nol. pros'd.
Ah Fat and Ah Fook, possessing
tickets used in gaming, continued to
Iokepu, robbery, taking $5.25
from Tai Wung by force, at Hau
ula, on May 5th. Continued to the
Ah Foo, larceny of firewood, nol
AVang Pang, Ah Chcong ami Ah
Ciiew, opium in possession. Ah
Cheong and Ah Chew were fined
$50 each and sent to pi ison for G
houis, while Wong Pang was dis
charged. Tuksday, May 22.
A. Kaupmann and F. Camancho,
Allen Swinton and Kamana of the
schooner Kauikeaouli were fined $5
each, for disturbing tho quiet of the
Three others belonging to tho
same schooner, and who wcie arrest
ed on the same chaige, wero let off.
A. Kanpmaiin, larceny of tools
belonging to Dr. Gtossman. Pleads
guilty but claims that he was too
drunk at tho timo lo know what ho
was doing; remanded until to
morrow. Aw ana, violating carriage rulo
No. 28, $3.
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Panama Canal shares aro boom
ing on the French Bourse, and Do
Lessops is likely to get tho desired
lottery privilege and tho monoy to
completo his work on time. Opera
tions on tho Nicaragua Canal aro
also going ahead in earnest, and in
a fow years a whoesomo competi
tion in intor-ooeanio travel will
cheapen and facilitate tho trado of
San Francisco with tho East and
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culed at tho Daily Bulletin Offlco
New Shades in Dress Goods,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
H. J. M. S. S. TSUKUBA.
The Japaneso Tiaining Ship which
had been in port for soveral weeks,
left this morning for Osaka, Japan.
Tho vessel was built 10 years ago in
the Straits of Malacca, but India
teak is one of the best species of
timber for ships, and the Tsukuba
is a good sailor notwithstanding her
old-fashioned build. There arc 43
cadets on board, who are passing
through the required year's sea
service after graduating from the
Naval School at Tokio. The officers
and instructors aro all Japanese.
They do not speak English, how
over, as tho cadets do, who havo en
joyed their visit to this port and
what little they havo seen of tho
pcoplo and tho place. The Japan
ese sailors, when on liberty ashore,
havo been uniformly well-behaved.
Their general appearance and tho
neatness of their sailor rig would do
credit lo any navy in the world.
The ship itself is kept immacuately
clean as all will testify who havo
had the pleasure of visiting the ves
sel, and enjoying the hospitality of
its courteous olllcers.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Bcrom: DOLE J.
Monday, May 21st.
In re estate "W. E. Kahalemauna
(k) of Koloa, deceased, intestate.
Petition of Kcaweamahi (w), the
widow, lo have W. O. Smith ap
pointed Administrator. Ho is ap
pointed to act under $G00 bond ; to
givo usual notice to creditors, to file
W. O. Smith for petitioner ; Peti
tioner in person.
In re estate of Mauac (w) de
ceased. Petition of Nuole (k) and
Kahalewai (w) for appointment of
C. T. Gulick as administiator.
W. O. Smith is appointed, upon
nomination of contestant, to act
under $1,000 bond, to give notice
to creditors, to file inventory, etc.
S. K. Kaeo for petitioner ; W. L.
Holokahiki for contestant, Kauiana
olc, deceased's husband.
JUDD C. J.
rnF.srox, niCKEUTOK and
doi.i: j. j.
Tuesday, May 22d.
In re J. II. Barenaba, attorney-at-law
of AVaimea, Kauai ; suborna--tion
of perjuiy. Respondents' li
cence to practice haviug expired
May 1, 1S88, the Court holds it has
no jurisdiction. The Attorncy-Gen-eial
discontinues fuither proceed
ings. Attorney-General C. W. Ashford
for the Crown ; S. K. Ka-ne for res
pondent. Respondent in person.
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