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For Spring Summer Clothing,
Bargains in Embroideries,
The Arcado-EGAK & CO.
New Shades in Dress Goods,
The ArcadG-EGAN & CO.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1888.
Stmr Kanlu fioin Wnlalua anil Wnliuino
Bk 0 D Brynnt lor San Fianclsco
Stmr Walaiealo for llaualol, Kauai,
5 p in
Scbr Mnry Foster for Kukniati
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW. '
Stmr Kaala for Waianao ami Wnlalua
all) a in
l"ioiu Hawaii and Maul, per W G
Hall, May 22 Ills Majesty thu King,
Her Majesty the Queen, 1'rlnccs ICmwi
nauakoa and Kalaiilanaolc, K K Llllka
lanl, Mrs V li Wilcox. Mrs A Ulukou,
J T JJakcr, Mis H Ktiilicliuil, Major Kn
lialewal, Mis Ij Aliolo, K M .rones, G J
Campbell, A I' t'eteison, K Hopkins,
Vaiifiulia Fernandez, ! 13 Ormc, Miss
Ella Paris, K Illiam and wife, G ilnd
dy and 98 deck.
For Kahulul, liana, and wav ports,
per Llkellke. May 22 A. T A'tkinsou,
Mr Wilson, Mrs L.ovrlo and -10 deck.
For Kauai, per Mlkaliala, May 22
W Conradt, G O Xakayama, E L unnai,
J 11 Baranaba, S W Wilcox and wife,
Tan Wo and 10 deck.
For llllo and way poits, per Ktuau,
May 22 S U Ito'-c, Miss Giueo E Kosc,
S Lesser, J A Beukwitli, 1) 12 Williams,
Mrs Otreniba and 2 ebildieu, Mr Hagan.
A Wall, See Kan Su and 80 deck.
For Iiamakua, per stmr Iwalani, May
22 MibS Goodwin.
From Waialua and Walanac, per
stair Kaala, May 22 Judge Widemann,
Mr Glade, Mr Muller, Dr Alvaiics.
Judge lllll and 10 deck.
Fur S.in Fianeisoo, pcrbk C L) Biy
aut, May 211 II 1) Itobeit", M!rs Leaeli,
T K Mooie, .1 i: Ormc, K Baskvillc, .1
A MoriN, (J It Fox, W Giclg. K Gielg,
H C Ovendeu and 1 1 Foitmniese.
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmt- AV G Hall 5,721 bgs sugar, 250
bgs awa. -10 bgs coffee, ;i0 head cat
tle, 10 e.ihes, 27 aides and CO pkgs
Scbr Wailele-1,010 bgs sugar.
Stmr Kaala 100 bgs sugar.
Tbe bk O D Bryant took for San Fran
cisco this afternoon 27,127 bgs sugar,
weighing 3,215,901 lbs and valued at
$141,370.07. She also took 440 bananas
valued at $220.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
An Sang, dibordeily conduct, was
the only anest up to noon to-day.
Angtiiek supply of "Lazoll's per
fumes" has been received' by King
Bios.', Hotel street.
A report has i cached this office
that a dangerous hole exists in the
road at tho head of Emma street.
Tun Anti-Abiatic petition to tho
Legislature was being passed mound
town to-day for signatures. Many
rcfubed to sign it.
Fine samples of gi'een wheat,
grown on land belonging to Mr. W.
G. Irwin, at Waikiki, arc on exhibi
tion at the bookstoies.
There was a most enjoyable boat
ing party, given by an Ollicer of the
Vnndalia to a number of ladies, in
the harboi, last evening.
The annual mooting of the British
Benevolent Society will be held at
tho British Olub rooms on Thursday
May 24th, 1888, at 7 :30 p. m.
The Vandalia Athletic Club will
TJf .jx ' gv(i " Vill'ctv entertainment in the
' JlIojvaiittn Opera houso on Saturday
evening ne.t, at 7 iliO o'clock.
Mn. J. A. Dower has a few of those
very dewrablo biirf boats of his own
manufactuic for bale. Also ono
wagon with portablo scats, and one
The Makaainana repoits that
Waikiki bridge cnught fiio the othor
evening, and would have been all
ablaze in a short time, had not some
nativo discovered the tiro and put it
Theuk was talk among tho sailors
of II. B. M. S. Coimorant, at tho
boat landing this morning, of the
musical "chaps" of that ship giving
a minsticl biiow on board on Thurs
The Boy.il Hawaiian Band will not
play at Emma Sqimio, to-morrow
evening, as provjotHly announced,
but will piny at tho Hawaiian Hotel,
in honor of the Captain and officois
of tho Zilveron Kiuit).
The Salter Bios., have opened a
watchmakers shop in tho building
formerly occupied by the late Win.
Turnor, where thoy aio propared to
do all kinds qf woik in their lino on
tho most reasonable tonus.
On Tuesday next tho 29th, pro
vided everything is satisfactory to
tho Board of Health, tho Chincso
who camo by tho City of Pekiu will
bo liberated from quarantine. Our
statement yesterday, that thoy would
t bo set free to-day, was an error,
Tin: contributors to tho funds of
tho British Benevolent Society, who
have not already done so, should bond
in their dues to the Hon, A. S. Cleg
horn, Ticasuror of tho Society, be
fore to-moriow uftcinoon, as after
that time the books for tho fiscal
year will he closed.
HE. PEOPLES' PAPER-The
uauy uuueim ou cm per nionm
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Ni:ahi.y every day, at about noon,
u Chinese food vender travels through
the fish-market, selling' snake-like
strings of a dark colored jolly, cover
ed with a black fluid, to natives and
Chinamen, nt fivo cent n dish. Thu
Chinamen shovel tho slulT down
their gullets at a great rate, but the
natives eat it with suspicion. The
jelly smells of a mixture of tea and
rice; a white man would have to be
hungry to eat it.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. C. Honolulu Kitles tit.
Oalni Lodge K, of P., mcet9 in its
hall Fort street at 7:30 o'clock.
Mystic Lodge K. of P. , meets in
Harmony, Hall King street, at 7:30
Prayer meeting in tho vestry of
the Central Union Church nt 7:30
Services at St. Andrew's Cathed
ral at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho Arion Society meets for prac
tice at 7:30 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. F. .MORGAN.
At 10 a. m., at his salesroom
Queen street, a largo lot of crockery
and glassware. Also at the same
time and place a lot of solid gold
BY L. J. LEVEY.
Regular cash sale, at his sales
room, at 10 o'clock, a. in., a variety
of things good and useful.
Two sailors belonging to the U.
&. s vantiaiia were discovered on
board the bark C. D. Bryant, as
she was being towed awav from her
berth this afternoon, bound for
San Francisco. Captain Lee shouted
to the captain of the Saranac for a
boat and two men. Before the Sa
ranac's boat was ready, Capt. Lee
shouted back not to send the boat
out, the stowaways would be brought
in by the Pilot.
The following notes were received
by the steamer Kaala, which arrived
The pipes which were laid from
the mountain streams to the mill,
are working O. K.
The mill is grinding regularly.
The rice is turning yellow. New
cane is being planted and will in
crease the quantity of sugar, next
season, by three or four hundred
No rain has fallen for some days
and serious results are expected if
the drouth continues.
AVaianae will be through grinding
for the season in about five weeks.
Rain, not too much, has fallen of
late and the weather is all that could
A COUGH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-FIVE CENTS TER POUND.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs aio quickly relieved by the
genuine Butter Scotch, only to be
found at tho Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
RETURN OF THE KIHC AND QUEEN.
When the steamer W. G-. Hall
entered tho harbor last evening,
with the King and Queen on hoard,
the shore battery fired a Royal
salute. The U. S. S. Vandalia and
the Zilveren Kruis, with yards man
ned, also fired 21 guns each. Their
Majesties were received on the wharf
by His Ex. Jona Austin, Minister of
Foreign Affairs, the Governor of
Oahu, His Ex. J. O. Dominis, nnd
Col. Curtis P. laukea, His Majesty's
Chamberlain, and a large throng of
THE PROBLEM OF THE MESSEN
GER. Editor Bulletin: In order to
solvo tho question in yesterday's
Bulletin, it is necessary to assume
that tho messenger and tho army
each travel at a uniform rate of
speed during the whole day.
This condition being expressed
in a proportion, gives rise to a sim
ple algebraic equation of the second
degree, which gives tho following
Tho messenger travelled 105.9
miles in all. Ilo overtook tho gen
eral 15.45 miles beyond the point
which the latter had occupied in the
Ho then had to return this dis
tance and 25 miles in addition to
meet the rear-guard at night-fall.
Wednesday, May 23.
R. Thompson and J. Coney,
drunkenness, $G each.
A, Kaupmann, larceny, from
yesterday, was discharged at the re
quest of the prosecution.
In the civil department, the caso
of Lo Leu vs. Sam Shin, assumpsit
for $200 on a note, occupied the
gt eater part of tho morning and was
continued until this afternoon.
New industries jn Florida aroj
A saw-mill nt Barstow aud St. Aug
s tine and a silk mill at Jackaouvilleu.
ITS HISTORY, PIIILOSO
SUPPLY AND CON
This is certainly not a degenerate
age, nor are we, the sojourners and
natives of these delightful islands,
backward in the race of life, or the
duty we owe our adopted country.
We shirk not our responsibilities,
neither do wo lack tho enterprise
for which our race is famous.
There is another island, far away
however, whoso capital resembles
in many respects our own charming
Honolulu. Colombo,. Ceylon, is a
delightful city, oriental in the first
degree. The architects of the bun
galows of Ceylon must have inspiicd
llic minds of the designcis of
houses here, wheie there are n
great many tilings in common. Their
situation, removed as they are some
what from tho road, with a path cir
cling in front, crescent-shaped, des
cribes also tho situation of the
Indian Bungalow. The shade trees
too, scattered throughout the town
bieaks the lays of the sun and
makes promenading pleasant. Here
however, the comparison begins to
fail, for the climate of Ceylon is too
oppressive, sultry and enervating for
walking exercise. But they are
far more advanced in their agricul
tural industries. Their position, in
this lespect, is owing in a large
mcasuro to the greater age of the
colony its educated planting com
munity, well-organized and syslcm
.atised. In the couisc of time the neglect
ed industries of these islands aio
sure to develop. The raw material
here is richer in a higher degree than
there. Our virgin soils, exceed in
fertility anything which the 'Garden
of the East' can boast of ; therefore,
with proper insti notion, and a se
lection of such pioducts as will find
a genial home, we may hope in the
future to bear a better comparison
with the "brightest gem in the Brit
Coffee is king, for no shrub is so
extensively cultivated. Authentic
and reliable lecords have been
handed down to us of the earliest
effoits to cultivate this tree in the
A single plant of coffee grown in
agaulcn in Batavia, about A. D.
1CJ0, was sent by tho Governor
General to Holland, as a present to
the Governor of the Dutch East In
dia Company. " It was planted in
the Botanical Gaidens at Amster
dam, where it nourished and bore
fruit, and the fruit pioduccd young
plants. Some of the latter were
sent to the Colony of Surinam whcic
coffee began to be cultivated as an
article of trade, A. D. 1718, and
from thence the first coffee plants
were taken to the English and French
West India Islands. From Java
the cultivation of coffee has been
extended to Sumatra, Celebes, Bali
and several of the Phillippine Isl
ands. About the same time as the
Dutch carried the tree or its seeds
to Batavia, they began its cultiva
tion in Ceylon.
A Dutch clergyman, named Vis
scher, appears to have been the first
European who drew attention to the
cultivation of coffee in India. At
all events his is the earliest notice
extant on the subject. In his let
ters from Malabar written in 17-13,
lie remarks that the coffee shrub is
planted in the gardens for pleasure
and yields plenty of fruit, which at
tains to a proper degree of ripeness.
"An entirely new plantation," he
adds, "has been laid out in Ceylon."
Coffee planting soon became fa
mous in the year 1811, 78,083 acres
of laud weio sold and quickly plant
ed up. She soon outstripped her
sister colonies, the West Indies, and
ultimately became the third largest
coffee producing country in the
world. From this position she fell
in 1882 through the dire effects of
"hemeleia vastatrix," colfco leaf
Few people are aware, except
planters, what ridiculous nonsense
it is to talk of real Mocha coffee, In
contra-distinction to Java or any
other. "Tho Official Report on
Trade of India" for 1882-3 has the
"Of Ceylon coffee -l,'M8cwts were
re-expoitcd last year to Arabia, la
addition to this quantity 10,828 cwts
of India colfco were exported to
Arabia, making a total quantity of
15,270 cwts of India and Ceylon
coffee shipped to Arabiu, supposed
to bo tho country, par excellence, of
coffee. In the year piovious the
quantity of both kinds of coffee
thus exported was not less than
19,539 owls. It would bo interest
ing to know how manv people in
bgypt, Aiabia, Syria, Turkey and
elsewhere, probably Europe too,
consiiino our Indian and Ceylon cof
fee under the pleasing delusion that
they are drinking, ical Mocha of the
Thousands of hundredweights of
coffee are transhipped at Aden und
find their way to London as Mocha
coffee. Further, ns the above re
port fully establishes, Arabia does
not pioduco nearly enough for Its
(To be continued.)
The capacity ol tho Southern Pa
cific Railioad machine shops at
Houston will be doubled.
The Aroado-EGAN & CO.
SUPREME COURTIN CHAMBERS.
BEFORE DOLE J.
Wednesdat, May 23.
In re estate of Bokc (w) of Ko
hala, Hawaii, deceased, intestate.
Petition of Lulia and A. P. Kalau
koa for letters of administration nnd
for letters of guardianship of the
minor Julia. Ordered that they
are appointed guardian of the per
son and property of the minor Julia,
to act under 500 bond, and that
the contestant, the father, bo allow
ed to visit her at seasonable hours.
W. R. Castle for petitioner ; J.
L. Kaulukou and J. M. Kancakua
for contestant, the father, Iakopa.
BErom: i'beston, j.
Estate Antonio Manuel, deceased.
W. C. Parke's first annual account
as guardian' reported on by the
Master is approved and the Master's
W. C. Parke, guardian of the
children ; Whiting, guardian of tho
widow ; Rosa for the Widow.
The stupid and vicious system
under which Chinese tea is now pre
pared for the market, has led to an
appreciable deterioration m quality,
and to a sensible decline in the ex
ports. A committee of experts at
Shanghai, who reported on tho sub
ject, actually recommended the
Chinese Government to despatch a
number of intelligent and practical
Chinamen to our Indian Empire and
Ceylon in order to study tho methods
of cultivation and preparation of tea
in use in those regions. Many
causes have led to the depreciation
in the market of Chinese teas. Care
lessness in manufacture, inattention
to cleanliness, fraudulent composi
tion, and other matters, all have
conducted to this end. On tho
other hand, the tea-growers of the
lower Himalayas aud Ceylon take
eveiy precaution that the leaves of
the fragrant plant shall be carefully
grown, skilfully cured, deftly rolled,
cleanly sifted, and well packed.
TI103' can also supply such tea in
piactically unlimited quantities.
The United Kingdom and the Colo
nies of Australia consume more tea
per head of population than any
other country. They want it full,
rich, and honest, and not the dirt',
inferior stuff which China has sup
plied for some time past. During
last five years the exports of
jLiuunn. aim ucyion teas nave in
creased by nearly thirty-five million
pounds. Unless there is some im
piovoinent in the teas sent from the
Celestial Empire our fellow-subjects
in Ilindostan and Ceylon and the
tea-growers of Japan will, before
long, drive Chinese teas completely
out of the tnaiket. Home News.
THE ONLY LIVE PAPER in
Honolulu 'TUd Dally Bulletin.'
CO cents per month.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X. !id columns, purely local matter
Mailed tj foreign countries, $5 per
CLEAN RAGS anu second hand
clothing will be gratefully recelv
ed for tho use of the inmates of tho
Ur.uicli Uo3pitnl for Lepers at Knknako,
or at tho Leper Scttluiunt on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Waicrhousc, jr., tit the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
TOB PRINTING ol all kindi exo
ruled at- the Daily Bulletin Offire
IF YOU really want your money's
wordi of thu tiuest Home Made
French and PJnln Ciindics, the most
Delicious Ice Creums, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, cull nt tho I'ionerr Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ico Cream
Parlors, established 1803, Hotel, oppo.
site Uethol street. F. HoitN, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook nnd Orna
munter. P. S. The only placo where
tho Gcnuino Butter Scotch is manu.
fuctured and sold. 10 tf
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kear of Lucas' Mill.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X. Uoes to uery liumlvt ami villugo
in the Ilawaliun Klutrdnru.
?INEST BRANDS OF CALI
X' forma Poit, Madeira und Malngu,
for saio in kegs and cases by
CONSALVKS & CO.,
01 Queeu street.
-L 1 no lo,l palter
to t-eml abroad
80 per annum.
A LL amounts duo tho firm of Brown
IX. tSs Co.. Wluo Spirits Morchnute.
ol Honolulu, that were contracted pre.
vinos to the 80th day of March Inst, If
not tetiled hefoiu tho 0th day of Juno
next, will bo placed In tho hands of a
legal profectitor, with instructions to
sue for, and rccovi r nt nnco.
A. J. CAIlTWiaOHT,
W. F. ALLEN,
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, Mny 21. 1688. 481m
MISS. P. TIIIELE,
On Berctnui.i street neur Piikoi.
(Formerly MeGuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Alho, French and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A tafo conveyance will cal for nnd re.
tuin 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.
EeceiAed by last steamer a large assort
ment of Oriental and Embroided Flouncing
which we oifer at Bed Rock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas Cloth, in Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
Fancy Goods ! Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES TN
DPI-IVOSS and JJ,rJDERVITCJBtE
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
FOR SALE AT
to the Ladies !
& CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,