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. JO tiiwiTOBftTii'yjiM 'tthe'-Aroado-EGAN & CO. Tho Aroado-EGAN & CO. The Display of Fancy Goods l'Of JilMltCH & J(!lltH, Coiniirlnn nil tho illicit popular MylcH Tho Aroaflo EGAN & CO. Tho Areado-EGAN & CO. Dry Goods Sow HtocU, Jhntcxt !.! Icn to suit tho .Mont I'nMtlilloiiN. Tho Aroado-EGAK & CO. Haye Opened With the KliiPHt lUnplny or CioodH over hIiicwii In Huh Kinnilom. m ih v. Tiunrjiva FOR SALE, 300 CORDS Ah;aro1m or Kindergarten School Gents' Furnishing Goods l'lncflt Custom Jlmlei Clothing, I.titllcn' it. Uvut'N Vino Hltot'M. AiOfKrti?- JVlllwu riicnuuu, u h" - ttcWMb llcs lo 9 ' purchasers. Qi&vySjv Apply to . 1SJ2J4 liercdutin Street, Aboo Alnpnl t .left hand hIiIu '01m .01 J. F. COLBUHit & v m v.r &S VJ& ",! 'A- k ,f ; iKWf'I'uMl i I If v.: Haye Opened To tliclr Sow Hloro, aipliicrny Illorlc Tort Street. 1 ui i T II J3 (fjaUjj lttllitfttt WEDNESDAY, JAN. 4. 1888. ARRIVALS. .Tflii I Bktne 5 G Wilder fiom Pnget Sound Schr JIol Wnhhic from Hawaii DEPARTURES. Jnn4 Sehr Llholtho foi Kukatnu nt 2 u in Schr Kualokat for Luhalnn Schr Knulllun for Koolmi mslLSlEAVINC TO-MORROW. Bohr Ilalcakala for Pepcokco Schr Mot Wnhlne for Kohalalclo PASSENGERS. For Koolnn, per steamer 0 B Bishop, Jan 3 L llrilto, 11 Lopez. Miss IIow :ud mid nhoutlu deck. For Kauai, per steamer Mlkalnln, Jau3 Hon W II ltice, N Tnnaka, Miss Kuoakc, .1 W Hahii, Mr Locll, Miss M ITicdcnbcig, J II Elileis and about 30 deck. For Maul and Ilawall, per steamer Llkollkc, Jan :t Hon K llelekuulhl and family, h G Wilder, Jr. T W Everett, .T A Byron, Mis W G Ashley, J O Koth wcll.J Sandcis, W Beilouvlt7, II F Glado and about 10 deck. - CARGOES mOM ISLAND PORTS. Schr Mot Wahlne 2,050 bags sugar. SHIPPING NOTES. The brig Iloaid Is on the Mailnc Hallway being cleaned, picparatoiy to galling for the South ireas on the 15 in stant. The schooner Kaalok.it for Lnluvlna, the Kuulilu.i for Kaunl, and tho Liho liho for Kukalau, weie towed to sea by the tugEleu to-d.iy. Captain Cialn, foimcrly master of the schooner Nettle Mcirill, has taken chaicc of the schooner Kanlokai for the piescut. VESSELS IN PORT. U S S Vandalla, Rear Admiral ICtmbeily US SMohlcin, Diy USS Juniata, Davis Bk Fiedciick, Kioff BkFoi est Queen, Winding Bk 0 D By l ant, Jack Lee Bk Ceylon, Calhoun Bk Hazaul, Goodman Bk Calbaiicn, Peikins Bk Lilian, Holland Bktne W II Dimond, Swift Bktne Ella, Hansen Schr W S Bownc, Bluhm LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. Tiierh was a dead calm in the harbor this morning. The steamer V. G. Hall will ariivo hero to-moirow afternoon. .The Y. M. C. A. boys will meet to "monow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The stcamei Waialeale is expected here to-morrow with sugar from Kauai. Engine Co.'s numbers 1 and 2 will hold their regular monthly meetings this evening. A lakoe cottage, very convenient for a, family, situate on School street, Jb advertised to let. . . . lilt. Lewis J. Levey's rcgular'eash sale will bo held, in his sales loom, at 10 o'clock to-moirow morning. . m Captain F. "V. Rugg, formerly master of tho lost bark T. It. Tostcr, arrived hero to-day ns master of tho barkentino S. G. Wilder. Company C of the Honolulu Rifles will meet at tho Armory to-night, at 7:30 o'clock. Election of Coiflpany oflicers will bo tho business of tho meeting. A squad of marines from tho U. S. S. Vaudalia, with guns and cartidges inarched through tho town this morning to tho suburbs, for targot practice. Mnssits. King Bros, have leased tho lato Tahitian Lemonade Depot, Hotel street, and are about to enlarge their storo by taking down tho separ ating paitition. TiiTT-Jr K. IJuikott has boon ap pointed School Agent for the districts of Koloa and Lihuc, Kauai, and Mr. C. Koelling for tho district of Ilnna Moi, on t)io same island, A Honolulu gontloman is trying to oigaiiuo a local miiistrol company, " .for the pirposo of giving monthly entertainments followed by dancing, in some of tho town halls. A Miss of about 18 summers rap ped it Chinaman on tho nun, while riding in a bus this moining, and euid with tho sternness of u mother reprimanding her child, "throw that cigarette away, sir." Tho poor and frightened Celestial threw away his cigaretto and waH thinking of jump ing out of tho window, when a fcllow passongor eoneoled him with, "don't bo alarmed, John." John loplied with a glance, that ho would pity tho fallow that captuied her. CO. B HONOLULU RIFLES. At a meeting of Co. B, Honolulu Tlilles, held last evening, the follow ing oflicers were elected: Captain, Win. Unger; (list lieu tenant, E. F. Bishop ; second Iieu tpnnnt, Alex. Tlohcrtsqn ; sergeants. A. M. Brown, E. W. Langley, C. Ciozicr, F. B. Oat andS, G. Wilder, Jr. ; quartermaster, N. Pybrn ; porporals, T. E. Wall, G. A. Noth, C. Boucher, John Good, C. Turner, John II. Reist, Wtu. Molnerny, W. iflceungm. CHINA ENGINE GO. NO. 5. At the nnuunl meeting of China Engine Company No. 5, tho follow ing oflicera were elected for the en suing year: Foreman, Hang Sain ; Fiiet Assis tant, Ho Man ; Second Assistant, Kock Jim; Capt. Hose, B. Ai; Treasurer, Wong Chow; Secretary, Yee Chin. THE WEEK OF PRAYER. Wednesday, Jan. 4. Special ser vices of prayer and confei ence at the Central Union Church this even ing at 7 :S0 o'clock, and to-morrow nt 11 A. m. Theme for this evening: "The Children brought to Christ." Ecol. 12:1. Thome for to-morrow morning: "Prayer for tho Church of Chiist." MORE CRUISKEEN. Kevcrend Henry Ward Bcccher, of the Gospel a preacher, But who like us all was a sinner; Took a little diop neat hcfoic lie would eat A a soit of a grace hefoio dinner. Merchant St. Wit: "1 say, Sea born, how much is Cruiskcen Lawn a yard?" Seaborn: "I don't cut it. I only sell it in lengths of an Irish Land League." I. 0. 0. F. At a meeting of Excelsior Lodge I. O. O. F. hold last evening, the following oflicers were installed by W. E. Foster, D. D. G. S. : Mr. Chapman, N. G. Rev. A. Mackintosh, V. G. L. Lapicirc, Secretary. A. Weir, Tieasurer. Following arc tho appointed oflic ers: J. Looker, It. S. N. G. Edwin Hughes, L. S. N, S. Savidge, R. S. V. G. J. Tinker, L. S. V. G. J. Johnson. I. G. W. C. Parke, Chaplain. J. Ouderkirk, W. F. Waldron, Con. G. AN EXPLANATION. The following letter appeared in this morning's "Gazette." We re pioducc it unasked, not wishing to do any man an injustice. In the Bulletin of this cvoning appears a paragraph which grossly violates the truth and thereby does a serious injustice to the physician evidently aimed at, which is myself. On Monday evening while at din ner there came a knock at the door which I answered in porson. I was requested to go and see, as I under stood it, a sick child. To which I answered that I did not wish to go and had rather not go if I could avoid it, as I was not doctoring. But as soon as I was informed that the patient was suffering from hav ing a bone stuck in its throat, I said I would certainly go. I then learned that the mother of the child was at that very' moment entering my gate with the suffering child in her arras. She entered my oflicc with the child, which I examined enough to assure me that it was not suffer ing. The mother informed me that while she was entering my gate the child had vomited up what was ap paiently the offending substance, viz. : a portion of fish with a bone in it, after which it was instantly relieved. I took the opportunity to explain to the mother that in accordance with a resolution passed by the Legislature I had given up the prac tice of medicine, and, therefore, if the child needed any further atten tion, I would bo obliged to her if she would call in some other physi cian. I take this opportunity to say that 'while I have withdiawn from tho practice of medicine during my in cumbency as Piesident of tho Board of Health, I hold myself ready at all hours, by night and day, to the extent of my strength, to perforin such acts of humanity as I am called upon or able to perform. N. B. Emeuson, Honolulu, Jan. a, 1888. COTTAGE TO RENT. C10RNEH or Klnnu and Pfiikaola Birects. Enquire of W. O AT WATEIt. Gov't Building. 10 lw NOTICE. rpAI WO WING KEE, hare bought JL out the Tnl Wo Co., Boot and Shoe manufactory, No. 30 Nuuanu bt',(und will carry on said biulne; Tal Wo Co paving all deb to up to date. Jan. 4th. 1888. 30 It TO LET. HOUSE and LOT, terms reasonable Inquire nf T. W. Iluwlhit, nana linn Soul) Woiks. Lelco, Honolulu 3otf Steam Works, Sunny South Telii, Bell 17S,Mutuul 215. Dopot Aurcuuni oircei. Tele, Bell 172, Mutual 300. Tit) L Tho undersigntd having piuclmsed thu biiFituss of tliu Tahiti Lmiorade Woito, tho depot has been removid to No. 23 Merchant Bireut. All orders for Aerated Waters inaiu. fuotilrul at tho uboyi: establishment will receive prompt attention. J. B. BROWN & ( v. CRUISKEEN LAWN. When Mars the God of War on high Of battles Hist did think Ho girt his eword upon his thish Ami mixed a drop of drink. King DaUd was a mighty man Of course ho dinnk no water He nlwnyn had u cooktiiil first And took Ills dinner after. Jack and Gill went up the hill They any to get some water Thev knew enough to dilnk "such stuff" And that natnV what they weie after. Old Mother Hubbaid went to the cup- boaul lint not to get a bone She went to tiy If the jug was dry ror she cnmcjiom the tawit of Atliloiic. (She was a half Muter to the Widow Malone, and excepting her "dawg" lived alone ; Bouelcault Is a "line" man And wrote the Colleen Baw n But thay all did show' tliclr wisdom When tiiey diank the Culskcci La:vu. Antiquity of the ItfAisXcy Demonstrated. When Xonh sailed off in his ark With his sisters-hh aunts and his cousins, He loaded her down to Plimsolls mai k With Criihkccn by the dozeus. JIOIIAL. This I do dcclaie Happy is the hiddy Who a jug can shaic Of this lnmoiis "toddy." Hour O'Toolk. 2U lw 0. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE. &fe Arrivo at Honolulu Irom San Francisco. Austialia Jnminty 10 Maiipos.1 Jnnuaiy II) Australia February 7 Zcalandia February 10 Australia : Match (5 Alameda Match 15 Australia Apul 3 Maripowi April 12 Australia . .May 1 Zealand ia May 10 Australia May 2!) Alameda... June 7 Australia Juno 20 Maripos.i ." July 5 Austialia July 24 Zoalandia August 2 Austialia August 21 Alameda August 30 Australia Septum her IS Mariposa ' Soptcmber 27 Australia Octobei 10 Zealandia October 25 Australia November 13 Alamcd.i November 22 Austialia December 11 Lcavo Honolulu (or San Francisco. Zealandia Januaiy 15 Australia January 17 Alameda Fobruaiy 12 Australia Fobruaiy 14 Maiiposn March 11 Austialia Maich 13 Zealandia Apnl 8 Austialia April 10 Alameda1 j,May 0 Australia May 8 Mariposa Juno 3 Austialia June 5 Zealandia July 1 Australia July 3 Alameda July 29 Austialia July 31 Mariposa August 2G Australia ." August 28 Zealandia September 23 Australia September 25 Alameda October 21 Australia October 23 Mariposa November 18 Austialia November 20 Zealandia December 10 Austialia December 18 Alameda (1889) Junu'ary 13 BUSINESS ITEMS. CLEAN RAGS aud second hand clothing will be gratefully rcculv cii for the uso of the inmates of the lirincli Hospital for Lepers at ICnkaako, nr ut tho Leper Sittlment on Molokai, if tuft with J. T. Walerhouse, jr., at tho Queen Street Sloro. t&f tf RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING SHOP. Bi-or of Lucas' Mill. M 0 NICELARGE FURNISHED -J rooms, No. 4 Gaideu Lkiiv, tbo second door from Union streot. Apply on the premises. lOif THE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho JL Dully Hulleiln SI (.is per month, TF YOU WANT A SERVANT, 1 nilvHrti.p in tlm DAit v Itut.i.KTiK. REMOVAL. Have It- moved their Office and their well Assorted Stock of Goods to tluir Now Storo On King Street Opposito Messrs Cattle & Cooke's and Dctliul street, Nearly opposite the Post Ofllre. Ed. Hcffschlaeger & Co. 20 2w NOTICE. ANYONE lutving claims BgninM J. P. lid won & Co., or-'. l Ho won, arc roqius'i'il to presunt tliein ut tho Key Stone Suloon on ur 1 cforo the 1st iluy ut Jnounry, 1P88. nml they will bo paid. The JStalandlu leaves on Jan. 1U. 21 lw J.P.HOWBN. TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING, X uilYertlte It hi the Daily Bulletin. OSioeoe Slock JUST RECEIVED Per Mariposa, from New Zealand, AND NOW ON EXHIBITION I A Choice Collection of PUKE J3 I? lfl JL Bulls aud Heifers, These nuimnls can he seen at any time in a pnitdoek near the Catholic Cemetery, and are oflercil at rcupon. able lates by 21 2 W. G- IRWIN & CO. NOTICE. Mrs. A. M. Mellis Having remmed her Dressmaking EMablMiincnt to Uo. 17 Emma St., Will be pleasu ! to see iter friends and patrons thtre fiom and after Jauunry 3rd, 1S88. Mutual Tolophono 484 ; Boll 410. 23 lm McetuSutorita Oil im after Dec. 31, '87 MR. J. F. NOBLE WILL CEASE TO' DELIVER "The Daily Bulletin." All complaints, &c, in future, must bo mado direo to tho Manager of tho Daily Bulletin ; and All Subscriptions Due up to this day, Doc. 3 1st, 1 887 will bo collected by J. E. Brown &. Co., whoso receipt for the same will be recognized only. Bulletin Offioe, Honolulu, Dec. 31, 1887. WING WO TAI & GO. U4 Xiiiinmi Ktrcrt, Have just received ex stmr "Alameda," a choice lot of Embroldcrod Silk Table Covers, " " Pillow Cases, ' " Shawls, " " Handkerchiefs, Silk Sashes, Sandal Wood Fans, &c., &c. AUoa large line of Cina Matting, China & Japan Tea, Camphor Tiunks, liaitiii Chairs, Japancbo Screens, Provklons, &c. 25 1 in The Cosmopolitan Restaurant Hew House, . Bethel Street (Next Cm foi Cooke's) Bwrd, $5 '0 per wcjk, JH ett por meal. $4.50 ' 21 ct Th'o tahh'R am supplied with every delicacy olitalnnblo in thu market. 21 Patronngu follclud. !m WANTED. npVO or THHhEGIKLS, for dress. X milking. Onlv joml bunds nicd npply to MIW.QAFOOYNB, King St. 272t NOTICE. THE undorsigncd are pinlners in tho biinincsa i,f Ijuying, Uilllng nml selling heuf, under ihu tlnn iinino of bionu cV Co.. in WuiliiK'i. .Maul. uiinu:a wiloox, 27flt HAMUEIi STOiNK. Notice. MESnH .1 E. nilOWN f. U ). urn uuiliorlcil to cnlluot ncc. untx due tome, and tlnlr tcculpl Mill leat-ullU ciunt (lhaluiigc. A M. JIEWKfT. Honolulu, Jan, U, 18. W im TO ENT, A FUHNTSUEn cottage of fi moms, iiUo 8 larg rooms guiublo for houso-kKplng. Apply to 31HB. IIEH; HAHD, 124 UetetauU street. SB iivv 3K2 SlSIl OW VASSXQMt GEEAT ( Goods Reduced in every department. I hug to BUiUs that it is impoBsibk' to announce a prico list of ovury article in my store, but my entire stock of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Gent's ITurnishing Goods, Boy's Clothing, Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, House Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc., Etc.. Has been reduced, and the greatest inducements are offered. Remember, it will pay you to visit the Temple of Fashton during this Great Sale, Children's Cashmere Vests, short sleeves, extra quality, reduced, from 7oc to 25c. Ladies', Misses', and Children's Vests, in Balbrigan, Merino, Gauze, and all wool full lines, immense reductions. Children's Sun Bonnets, from 50c to 15c. ; better qualities reduced 25 per cent. Children's Lace Caps, reduced from 50c to 15c. A. splendid and large assortment of children's lace caps, sold at cost. Ladies' white wrappers, reduced from 2.50 to 1.75. Ladies' calico wrappers, only 75e. Special attention is called-to my stock of Infant's and Children's White wear, every article in that line sold at cost price. Misses' and Children's white dresses, only 50c. Immense Bargains in Ladies' White Underwear. Great deduction im Embroideries, from 5c a yard up. n c te a it Ecrne Window curtains, reduced to c pair. & t - Corsets Seduced one half of former price. Great Reduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and children's. "J" " " in Ladies' Jerseys, reduced one half . " " in Ladies' Parasols. ' ' - .' " " in Blankets, Misses' and Children's Straw Hats. ' ! " " in Flowers, Feathers and Tips. " " in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, &c. Linen Figured Lawn to close out at reduced prices, (5 yards for 1 . DO NOT BUY YOUH DRESS GOODS UNTIL YOU LEARN OUR PRICES. Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes will be sold at cost to close out. During my Clearing Sale goods will be sold for Cash Only. 29 Jm S. 3EK3BLliIOH, 63 As 65 Fort St- a Bulletin" Summary Dr.c. 23. No. 28. 60 Columns of Original Matter. Is now ibstied anil will be found to be an interesting anil comprehensive number, containing GO columns of reading matter on local topics, and a complete resume of Honolulu and island news. Thci c is no better paper published in the Kingdom to send to friends abroad. Subscription 82. o0 per annum, including postage to foreign countries. To be had from J. II. Soper, Merchant sticet, A. ,M. Ilewett, Merchant street, and Uiii.i.r.TiN Olllce. NOTICE. ri"MlE undfrsignpil Invc, by Deed of JL Trust, dated Nov. 2lBt, 1867, leen appointed Trustees of Ills .Majesty's Eilute. S. M. DAMON, J. O. CAIU'KH, V. V. IAUKEA.. Honolulu, Nov. 30, 1897. 0J lm NOTICE. ALL jiiitlo having claims against Ills Jlnjoiiy's E.lato uro rcqucstl to have Hull uixnunU mivJu out in de tail, suoiii to ;is to coi reduces, bud pie. cent them to Col. O. P. Inuken, attlio olllcn of II. M's ChaiiiLerlaiu, Honolulu, within thicu months lrom date of this notice. 8. M. D.V510K, J. O OAKTEII, O. 1'. IAUKEA. Trii'ttes of His Majesty's Estite. Houolulii, Nov. 21, 1B37. 03 3m NOTICE. THEcopartiierohip lifretofore txlsit lng betuieu the uudurslgiud un. der tliu linn uuiiie and stylo of M. I'liil lip iSlCo.Iuis been this duy dUsohed by mutual umBetU.4A. Lolw on berg rUirh)g tliftrefroni. Tho butincsH will bo continued nB heretofore uuder thu samu tlnn namu bv M. I'hillliH v M. Grtt-n who assume all llnblht'ej ami collect all ouUtaudliig accounts of mid linn. Jl. PHILLIPS, M. OHEKN. A. I.OEWENUnUG. Bee :ut I8S7 as it FOR SALE 1 ONE L.A.UUE LOT, corner Penenrola and Luiinlilo Us., whloh can he ilivhJui into two ot more building lots. Kuquiioof G. "WEST, irrti of Wc8t. now & Co TF YOU FIND ANYTHING, X advortiso it in thu Daily Uullktin Ukllim SALE. BTOR 30 DAYS" in every description oL Laces. . in Linen, Cambric and Silk Handkerchiefs. in "Window Curtains, prices reduced one half. in Undressed and Dressed Kid Gloves. in Lisle thread, Silk and Jerser Gloves and Mitts. BON-BONS ! Choice French Home - Made Candies Or 33VJ3IXY OKfeJCXtLP-X'lOIS'. Fresh Candy Made Every Day. Bon-Bons, Fancy Boxes, Novelties, &c., for tho Holidays and nre carefully pnclted for shipment to the othei Isdands. Customers arc waitid on promptly and couitcously at Fiesh Pop Corn Halls and String Pop Corn Every Day. ' 17 G6 Hotel Street, next to C. E. "Williams'. 2w B. F. EHLERS & CO. AllE DISPLAYING ine Line of Holiday Goods AT LOW PRICES! INSPECTION INVITED. 1731 ly Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s A large assortment of PERFUMES! PERFUMES! Comprising tho well COLGATE & CO., - LUJSDBORGS, LIIBIN'S, ATKINSON'S, ' EASTltfAN'S ALOITA, HOYT'S COLOGNE FAELNA GERMAN COLOGNE, &c. o loi le at Itefisoiill DPirioes, 1.VJ2 WHOLESALE - known bjaiuls of $ AND RETAIL. :m. M " j "Wrggs, , y A m ..