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For Spring Summer Clothing,
Tho Aroade-EGAN & CO.
THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1888.
Bktue Planter, Pculinllow, 17 days from
StinrJas Makco fioin Knunl
Ktinr Surprise fioin Hawaii
Selir Mol Wahlno from Hawaii
Sehr Kaulllua fioin Lleelc
Subr Mary from llanatcl
Stnir Jas Mnkco for ICartaa at 5 m
Stmr Kaala for Walnnao nnd Walalua
at !) a m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stnir V G Hall for Lahaln.i, Maulaea,
ICona anil Kuu at JO u in
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jas JIaUcc-2125 bjrs sugar.
Sclir Kaulilttu 7!." lis sugar.
Stmr Stirpi Isu fl,4"2 bgs sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A good diivor is advertised for.
Tun New Candy Factory have just
turned out si nice lot of "Boston
A chinaman having opium in
possession, was the only aricst up to
Gonsat.vcs & Co., have an excel
lent quality of Kona butter for sale
in kegs of 25 to 0 lbs.
SouTHT.niA winds, accompanied
by light showers made their appear
ance ut Kauai yesterday.
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Tun nccessaiy iron has been sent
to Kapaa and the diffusion process
at Kcalia will be again tiied next
The Aiona liquor case at Hilo had
been on trial in tho Police Court
there, for ten days, and was not
ended at last lepoits.
At 11 a. m., to-morrow the Elite
vvill bo icady to Furnish their cus
tomeis with a choice lot of Chocolate
Eclairs and Boston cicam cakes.
Thu boating men on the city fiont,
believe that tho boistcious southerly
winds and rugged tea were biought
from Kauai by the floating editors.
1'ive yachts were to have sailed
for Pe.irl River this afternoon with a
two-days' camping patty, but on ac
count of the roughness of the sea,
has been postponed.
The members of Geo. Do Long
Post G. A. II., arc notified to meet at
the post room at 7 p. jr., Sunday
May 27th, to attend memorial ser
vices in Central Union Church. ,
The schooner Liholiho got stuck
in the mud while beating her way
out ot the passage this morning. The
steamer Jas. M.tkee went to the
Liholiho's assistance and towed her
A petition, addressed to the Privy
Council, for the iclease of Mr. J. S.
Webb, who has already served more
than half his sentence, is being
Rirftulnl.cn mr sicrnaturo. The noti
tion is being freely signed.
The Bulletin mentioned tho other
day, that tho Chinaman who was
sentenced to nine months' imprison
ment for criminal abuse of a young
irl, was thought to be the fellow
who escaped fiom Chillingwoth. Tho
Celestial now confesses that ho is the
man, and wants half of the $25 re
ward offered, for admitting it.
A lawn and croquet party was
given at the Dudoit House, King
street, this afternoon, in honor of
Mrs. Dr. Mouritz.
, Dr. and Mrs. Mom itz and their
baby girl, leave for Ililo next week,
where they intend to reside.
Mrs. Mouritz, in whose honor the
party was given, is a most estim
able lady of superior culture. In
leaving Honolulu, Mrs. Mouritz
leaves many friends.
DEATH OF ALBERT C. SMITH.
Mr. Albert C. Smith, an active
mombcr of tho legal profession, died
suddenly this morning, at the resi
dence of Mr. Frank May, King
The deceased had been ailing for
a few daj's past, the last three of
which he was quite ill, so much so
that ho required the services of a
watcher. Mr. and Mrs. May, Mr.
R. S. Sorimgeour and Mr. Edward
Andrews, performed this service,
the latter named gentleman never
leaving him except for short in
tervals during that time.
At about 9:55 this morning, the
deceased felt much belter and ex
pressed a desire to go down town.
He got up, dressed himself and pro
ceeded to go out, when ho suddenly
fell to the floor. Dr. Miner was
summoned, but before he arrived on
the scene tho man was dead. Tho
immediate catibo of death was "ces
sation of the working of tho heart."
Tho deceased was in his 'Hat
year, and had a promising career
before him. Ho leaves a large cir
cle of friends and acquaintances to
mourn his loss. Tho funeral took
place this afternoon from tho resi
dence of Ins, mother, at i o'clock.
HE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
umy .uuiieuu ou ciB per mown
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVEHIHQ.
Drill of Co. A Honolulu Ritles at
Kamebameba Lodgo of Perfection
No. I A. and A. S. It. meets at the
hall of Le Progress Lodgo at 7:30
Meeting of the Honolulu Literary
and Debating Society in the ball of
Oabu Lodge K. of P. at 7:30
Meeting of the Sunday School
Teachers of the Central Union
Church, at the residence of Mr. S.
M. Damon.nt 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of Engine Co. No. 1 in
their hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Complimentary band conceit at
the Hawaiian Hotel at 7:30 o'clock.
Annual meeting of the British
Benevolent Society at the British
Club, at 7:30 o'clock.
COMPLIMENTARY BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert, complimentary to
Captain Jockos and ofllccrs of the
Netherlands man-of-war Zilvcren
Kruis, at the Hawaiian Hotel this
evening, at 7.30 o'clock. Following
is the programme :
March Entrance Strauss
Overtuie Italian in Alglcr Rossini
Finale Cai men Bizet
selection Grand Duchess. . .Offenbach
Magnolia, Aina Hau mo Koknhii
Selection Barber of Seville. ., .Rossini
Waltz Gypsy Baron Sti auss
Quadrille Madame Angot Lccocq
Kuthci lands Antliem, Star Spangled
Banner, God Save the Queen,
MEETING OF FIRE COMPANIES.
Hook and Ladder Co. met last
night and nominated the following
ticket for Engineers: C. B. Wilson,
Chief Engineer; F. Ilustace, 1st
Assistant ; and G. Norton, 2nd As
sistant, Pacific Hose Co. held an adjourn
ed meeting last night, and nominat
ed the following ticket for Engin
eers: John Nott, Chief Engineer;
Frank Ilustace, 1st Assistant ; Jas.
F. Morgan, 2nd Assistant.
QUEEN VICTORIA'S BIRTHDAY.
To-day is the G9th birthday of
Britain's Queen the best sovereign
the empire has ever known. Many
of the business places have been
closed the whole or a part of the
da'. The Honolulu Iron Works
gave their employees a full holiday.
The U. S. S.' Flagship Vandalia
and the Dutch Cruiser Zilvereen
Kruis, and II. B. M. b. Cormorant,
vci e prettily decorated with strings
of bunting from stem to stern, in
honor of the day. The merchant
men in the harbor also had flags
At 12 o'clock the Vandalia, Zil
veren Kruis and the shore battery
fired loyal salutes. Long live Brit
ain's good and noble Queen !
The ex-Hawaiian Navy, Kaimiloa,
is being made into a three-masted
schooner, under the supei vision of
Captain Bates. Her ward-rooms
and other compartments will be
taken down, and her hold made
clear. Sho will be a steam auxili
ary freight schooner, with a carry
ing capacity of about 400 tons. In
time her piesent boiler will be dis
placed by a better one. Her ma
chinery is sufficiently large and
powerful, and will not be changed.
THE BOAT RACE.
The Honolulu Yacht & Boat
Club's G-oared boat race at 9:30
o'clock this morning, wa3 witnessed
by a pretty fair throng of people.
The crews were :
Seely Boat Oscar Branch, Cap
tain ; J. II. Wodehouse, Jr., stroke ;
T. Smith, J. Dean, E. Wodehouse,
Wm. Moore. Coxswain, Ruby
Griflln Boat Alfred Branch, Cap
tain ; C. W. Macfarland, stroke ;
Jno. Holt, C. Crozier, Jas. S. Tur
ner, P. Hughes. Coxswain, Wil
Tho Griflln Boat took the lead at
the start, and when the O. S. S.
wharf was being passed, was of a
length ahead. When the Seely
Boat was just beyond the last can
buoy, -she shipped a sea, and creak
ed threateningly. Another sea was
taken in, and still another, and
with each the boat again creaked.
Fearing that tho frail vessel would
not stand another thump, orders
were given to turn around and give
up tho race.
The Giiltln Boat went over tho
entire course, to the Spar Buoy and
return, in good style, and was of
courso declared winner, Mr. C. B.
Wilson acted as judge.
The race was for a live-dollar hat,
for each man of tho winning boat,
to bo paid for by the corresponding
opponent of tho defeated crew.
The bay was pretty lumpy on ac
count of tho southerly wind, and
the sea, beyond tho last can buoy,
was decidedly boisterous.
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-FIVE CENTS FEU POUND.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs are quickly relieved by tho
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at tho Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
., h w j,, .V ,.J.f fartf ar jg& jcaBw ftj'-gw
Bargains ii) Embroideries,
The Aroade-EGAN & CO.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. T. JIOUGAN.
At the residence of Mr. Frank
Brown, Knpiolani Paik, at 10 a. m.
tho entire household furniture, to
gether with four horses, tbrce vehi
cles, three sets of harness etc A
free buss will leave E, O. Hall's
corner at 9:30 o'clock, to take in
tending purchasers to and from tho
Late Foreigai RSews.
W. P. Williams, the engineer of
the Nicaragua Canal Company, has
arrived at New lork from Panama.
He has been making extensive in
vestigations along the line of the
Panama canal during the past two
months. He says that a vast
amount of works lias been done on
the Panama canal, but in his judg
ment much of it in a very unecon
omical manner. It is only a ques
tion of money, lie thinks, when the
canal will bo llnishcd. His opinion,
formed by careful estimates, is that
the 000,000,000 francs declared by
-De Lcsseps sulllcient to complete
the work is about half the requisite
amount. At present serious fea
tures outside of the new system of
locks present themselves in the un
ruly Charges river, and in the ab
sence of stone of a quality suitable
for making large quantites of con
crete for the lock.
One of the most serious difllcul
ties in the way of rapid and econo
mical work is the absence, of a suf
ficient number of skilled men.
The Peruvian Government has de
clared Peruvian ports open to Chi
lean traflic, with the exception of
the ports between Valparaiso and
Antofagosta, in whicii zone some
cases of cholera arc still icporled.
A supremo decree has been pub
lished at Lima depriving John L.
Thorndike of all vested rights in
the affairs of the Molcndo, Are
quipa and Puni Railroad, and ap
pointing administration and other
The British National-Defense bill
which the Government will offer in
Parliament provides for facilitating
the summoning of yeomen and
voluntceis and gives the Govern
ment precedence on lailways for
naval and military purposes without
being obliged to go to the extrcm
steps of taking possession of tho
Ii eland and the Vatican are still
the leading political topics, as it is
believed the Pope will issue further
iustiuctions to the Irish priests.
English Tory politicians natural!'
exaggerate the Pope's influence upon
the question of Irish politics. While
in Irish National circles it is freely
conceded that the Pope's decree is a
serious check, it is not believed the
action of the Popo can have an'
real effect in defeating the home
rule movement. The deeree will
have no real effect unless the bishops
are commanded to refuse absolution
to those who disobey its mandates.
At the request of Catholic mem
bers of Parliament, the Loid Ma3'or
of Dublin convened a meeting for
the purpose of discussing the Pope's
rescript. Resolutions were adopted
tiaversing the statements by which
the Pope justified the rescript and
assuring the l'ope of the unalter
able attachment to him in bis spirit
ual capacity, but firmly and respect
fully, but emphatically refusing to
recognize his right to intervene in
The directors of tho African As
sociation have sent an older to
Stanley Falls to send out a scouting
party in search of Stanley, and to
push the expedition with all possi
ble speed. Although the promoters
of the Stanley expedition declare in
their public utterances that they
will have no cause for alarm, even
if news of no the famous explorer
reaches them for thrce'months, their
tone in private is full of gieat an
xiety. n bum any. t
It is not disputed that the general
dearth of news regarding'lhe Em
peror cannot be regarded as a good
sign, as is usually the case under
similar circumstances. AVhilc his
fever has diminished and his tempe
rature is more normal, the strength
of the patient has undoubtedly de
ci eased and his general condition
excites great disquietude, in view of
tho probable contingency of a re
lapse in tho near futuie. Many
symptoms go to show that the stand
still in the progress of the disease is
but temporary. The flow of pus is
more copious and the stoppages of
matter in the cauula aro moro fre
quent. Tho Emperor has become
listless and lost interest in his sur
roundings. State matters, which
two weeks ago ho threw himself in
to, heart and toul, now have no in
terest for him, He is daily losing
The most important femalo agent
of tho Socialists, Fiau Rutiscbe Ost
Balm, has been arrested on a charge
of socialism, and a number of other
alleged leaders of her party have
also been put behind the bars, The
police seem to recognize that the so
cial Demoeiats are cither at the point
of beginning an extensive outbreak,
or else have begun it in a quiet way,
by distributing incendiary pnmpli-
w saw'1 tHyjiitjMffw.1w'iM
New Shades in Dress Goods,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
lets intended to rouse the socialists
to a pitch of ftenzy.
Other arrests have been made.
The number now known is thirty
eight. Thero is not one lino in any
of the German papers giving infor
mation. The polico aro dumb, and
the facts are exceedingly hard to
get hold of. A leading member of
tbe socialist party in tho Reichstag
said: "The Government is wise to
attempt to crush the movement now,
for in a short time it would be too
late." He said that the outcome of
the present difficulty will bo that
merely the poor devils will be kept
in prison for various periods, made
the subject of secret trials and pun
ished according to the will of their
masters. When released they will
go to America and tell the truth, as
many others have done. There are
in Berlin alone more than 100,000
socialist democrats, and he claims
they can poll over 800,000 votes in
The shoemakers' strike in Berlin
is extending. There are now 5200
workmen out.' The employers arc
weakening and a number of them
are ready to accede to the demands
of their men for an increase of
The sensation of tho week has
been the failure of the manufac-
L turcr, Heinrieh Huffcr, whose works
were at Cnuimitzschau. Iho event
attracts attention beyond its intrin
sic impoi lance as the result of the
tariff measures of Russia.
The return of Prince Bismarck's
rheumatism has shown the advisa
bility of an early resort to Ems,
but the condition of the Emperor
still forbids his leaving his post.
Tbe resurrection of tho Pan-Slavism
party in Russia has reawakened
alarm in ofllcial circles. The Czar's
leinstatement of General Bogdano
ticli in his former position in the
Russian service is not an isolated
proof that the open adoption of an
offensive policy approaches.
General Boulanger has moved to
his new hotel in the Avenue du
Roule at Ncuilly, where it is alleged
he is engaged in finishing his book,
"The German Invasion," which will
be sold in penny numbers, and for
which it is announced he gets
Sergeant-Major Chatelain was
tried by a court-martial on a charge
of trying to sell anewLcbcl rifle and
a number of cartridges to the Ger
man Government. He was con
victed and sentenced to imprison
ment and to thu forfeiture to his
rank and medal.
Boulanger crops up everywhere.
A Berlin statistician has discovered
that 9,000 caricatures and political
squibs of the brave General have
appeared in Germany during: the
past two months.
Russia is beginning to be regarded
with particular suspicion. The
latest reports say that she now has
three-quaiters of her armed men on
her western frontier. Sho has re
cently strengthened her navy, and
during the last month has shown a
change of activity in the way of
military preparations. It is now
noted that Russia has a better op
portunity for raiding than she lias
bad for j'ears. German' is sorely
troubled by the uncertain condition
of the Emperor; England is un
prepared for war and has home rule
divisions at home to prevent har
monious action against swift, ag
gressivo action on the part of Rus
sia. Germany has, through Bis
marck, shown such conciliatory
tendencies toward the Czar that
Russia regards that country as a
good foil to Austria. It does not
care for France. Russian finances
are at their worst and might be re
medied by capture of new territory.
Outbreaks and insurrections are
constantly boing fermented by Rus
sian agents in the East. It is be
lieved in London that Russia intends
within the next month to make a
positive showing of an aggressive
Eastern policy. In financial circles
great uneasiness is beginning to be
The Unterhaus of the Seiehsrath
has been the arena of some of the
liveliest encounters ever known in
the Austrian parliament. For three
days groups forming the majority
have been engaged in a flerco attack
upon Dr. Gautzch, Minister of Pub
lic instruction, apropos of his edu
cation budget. For onco, members,
old and young of tho Czech group,
found a common cause with the
German group, it is thought from
utterly opposite reasons. The Ger
mans charged Dr. Gantzch with
organizing Slavism in Austria. The
Bohemian Deputy, Ilerr Knepek, in
the courso of a violent oration
against the clerical and anti-German
tendencies embodied in the propo
sals of Prince Liechtenstein, as ap
proved by the Government, declared
that their adoption would lead to the
rising of the German people of Bot
The Sultan has agreed to submit
the differences between his Govern',
nient and the United States to arbit
ration on the following terms: Tho
differences shall be settled by an ar
bitration court; tho Moorish Govern
ment promises that no time shall
be specified for the payment of per
soual or Individual claims, debts or
mounts on credit. The condition
xg v''ajftMwwrw a wfo wuffl 'js
Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Dresses,
that the umpire's decision shall be
Bubject to the Sultan's approval is
Tho sculling match over tho Para
matta courso on tho 5th instantt be
tween Peter Kemp of Australia and
Edward Ilaulan of Canada, was won
by Kemp by five lengths.
Kemp took the lead at tho start.
Hanlan's boat came in contact with
that of his opponent before the
mile-post was reached. Kemp stop
ped to let Hanlan pass and then
went nftcr him. When off Gas
coigns bay, Hanlan crossed the bow
of Kemp's boat and again fouled
him. Kemp got clear and proceed
ed, winning by five lengths.
An enormous crowd was present.
This race was for 82,500 and the
championship of the world.
MR. T. C. CRIBBLE'S LECTURE.
Mr. T. G. Gribble gave a lecture
on mission wotk in England, at Fort
Street Church, last evening, to a fair
The lecturer was unable in the
time allotted to him to do more than
dwell upon three of the numerous
evangelistic agencies of England.
He spoke of the people commonly
called the Plymouth Brethren, and
especially upon tho extent of their
influence upon tho Bible study and
worship of tho present generation
in England. He then drew a rapid
sketch of the mission agencies of
the Established church, specially re
ferring to the quiet unobtrusive but
effective life-service of the Vallage
rector, and the more recent and ag
gressive efforts of the mission
preacher. Lastly he described the
work of tho Salvation Army, which
he considers one of the most power
ful of evangelistic efforts amongst
The lecturer paid a glowing tri
bute to the labor of the great Am
erican evangelist, D. L. Moody,
who has been the means of reviving
the whole Christian community in
England, and described the inter
esting way in which Mr. Moody re
ceived the groat impetus of his life
through the means of the little boy
preacher, Henry Moorhousc.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
BEFORE DOLE J.
Thursday, May 24.
L. A. Thurston, Minister of In
terior, vs. C. R. Bishop et al, Trustees-
of estate of B. P. Bishop.
Ejectment. Bill of complaint that
defendants have contrary to law
taken into their possession the Hi of
Opu situate at Pawaa, Oabu. Jury
waived; April term, 1888. Con
tinued from May 3rd, for argu
ment. After hearing arguments of
Mr. Hartwell and Mr. Hatch a re
cess i3 taken at 12:10 p. jr. until 1
p. m. A. S. Hartwell for plaintiff,
F. M. Hatch and P. Neumann for
I1EFORE PRESTON, J.
John McKeague, use of Martha
J. McGowcn, vs. Geo. W. and
Henry Macfarlane, bill of complaint
for an account of goods sent to de
fendants on commission from Jan.
17 to June 2G, 1882, of the value of
SS,241.4G. Defendants' demurrer.
Demurrer is allowed with leave to
plaintiff to amend by striking out
the words "use of Martha J. Mc
Gowcn" from the bill. Defendants
to have ten days to answer amended
bill. M. Thompson for plaintiff, P.
Neumann for defendants.
Count de Lesseps has written a
letter to the French Chamber of
Deputies urging the necessity of
discussing without delay the pro
posed lottery loan to bo issued by
the Panama Canal Company.
CHOCOLATE Eclairs and Boston
Cream Cakes of unsurpassed nun.
litv ready at 11 .
a. m. to-morrow, at the
JUST made a batch of nico and crisp
Hoston Chips, at the New Candy
Factory, Hart & Co. 51 It
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ONLY LIVE PAPER in
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50 cents per month.
HE WEEKLY BULLETIN
2d columns, purely local matter
Hailed t) foreign countries, 5 per
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothiiiu will be gratefully rccclv.
ed for the use of tho inmates of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kakuuko,
or at the Leper ticttlment on Molokui,
if left with J. T. Watcrhouse, jr., at tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
TOB PRINTING ol all kind, exo
' cuted ut the Daily Bulletin Ofllre
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of the finest Home-Jludo
Trench and Plain Gaudies, tho most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cukes, cull at tho Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, lUkcry and Icu Cr:am
Parlors, established 180J. Hotel, oppo
site Uethcl street. F. IIohn, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook und Orua.
mimtcr, P. S. The only placo where
tho Genuine Butter Scotch Is manu
factured und sold, 10 tf
YAN'S BOAT BTjrLDINQ
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
BRANDS OF CALI-
Piiil, Mtidciiii und Muluira.
for suie iu keiT and cum b by
GONBALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street
ftaaffiia y ffiS ,' !? '; J yy '
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TFRSPLE OF FflSH ON '
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
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.
Eeceived by last steamer a large assort
ment of Oriental and Embroided Eloimcing
which we offer at Bed Rock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas Cloth, in Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
Are receiving- by every incoming steamer from San
Furniture, Chairs, Pianos, Mars, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages,-Etc., Etc., Etc., Ete.
Fancy Goods ! Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES m
3PI.IOS and IdlSITtJiOJE
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES. CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
( Warranted Singers.)
FOR SALE AT
& CO.'S, 105 Fort
Ar ft' .ft?' ' , ' .n "if ' rf
to the Ladies !
ew Goods !