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SATl'KDAY, JUXE 13, I ... '
trrvrn t rM
. ,, arrivals.
ilk Cnlharim from San rranclfcn
tftmr.l I Ilowvll from Molokni
Stmr Kiniui from Windward Puiu
Stmr Likelike from Knhulul
Strnr Jus Makee from Kapaa
cttnr Wnlmnnalo from Walmaunlo
Hchr Kawalliuil from Koolou
Schr Manuokawal from Koolau
Schr 'Witlclut from Koloa
, 1n DEPAIJTURES.
June 13 '
Strnr C It BWum for Kauai, via Wah-
iinc nml Walnlua
Bgtno Xorlh Star for San Frnuelco
Schr Foholki for Puna
P.k C O Whltnmic for Port Towincnil
S S Mariposa for San Francisco
Stmr Kllanca Hou for Windward Poits
atinr Llkcllkc for Knbului
Strnr Ja Makee for Knpnn
Strnr J I Dowsett for Molokal
Bchr Nettle Merrill for Lahaina
Schr Manuokawal for Koolau
Schr ICawallani for Koolau
Schr Catcrlna for Haualcl
Schr Hob Koy for Koolau
Schr Wailelc for Mallko
Schr Waiehu for Walmoa, Kauai
VESSELS IN PORT.
Mariposa, Hay word
Bktne Mary Wlnklcmau
BUG O Whltmore, Calhoun
Bk Tycoon, Riekaby
Brltlsh bk Orlente, Hughes
Bgtnc Clans Spreckels. Drew
Bktne Klikltat. Cutler
Bk Calbarien, Hubbard
From S F, per Ida Schnauer, to Ka
liulul, June 11 Mi's Forbes, Mis Rob
ertson. From "Windward Ports, per Kinau,
June 13 E Hutchinson, W Y Horner,
13 Beck, II Center, Mrs S W Kawclo,
Mok Wan, G W Miles. O L Wight, J
Dias, W If Halstcad, A Shepherd, Miss
Castle, Miss Shorn, Mr. Turner aud
wife, and 00 deck.
From Kahulul and by-ports, per Li
kellkc, June 13 M Palko. J W Kalua,
J D lara. Mls Halsey. Mrs Ilalsey, J II
Trask, wife and daughter, J W Jinks,
W Ching, 8 Chince, 1 prisoner and 109
Schr Ida Schnauer, Capt J T Robert
sou, arrived at Kahulul June 11, 12 days
from San Francisco with a cargo of
general merchandise, also two passen
gers. Strnr Kinau brought 2,077 bags of
sugar, 3o head of cattle, 1 horse, 52
hides, 30 bags of fish, 40 bags of taro
and 124 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Likelike brought 072 bags of
Selir Kawailaui brought 300 bags of
rice and 5 head of cattle.
The bktne Mary Winkleman will sail
for Sau Francisco on Tuesday or Wed
ncK lay next.
Stmr Jas Makce brought 030 bags of
sugar. She sails on Monday at 5 p m.
Stmr J I Dowsett arrived this morn
ing. She brought 17 head of cattle from
Schr Wallelc brought 1.210 bags of
The bk Calbarien. Capt Hubbard, ar
rived last evening, 13 days from Sau
Fjancisco. She lias a deck load con
sisting of 1 horse, 0 mules and CO pigs.
She is docked at Brewer's wharf.
16caT& CEHERAL NEWS.
Nnw moon last night.
Puzzr.r. department on the fourth
A rnisoxr.ii arrived by the Likelike
C. nnnwmt & Co., have 100 barrels
of Fraser river salmon for sale.
At Kapiolani Park this afternoon
at 1 o'clock there will be three trott
The California Produce Company
have for sale a lot of nice fresh
Baseball match this afternoon at
4 o'clock between tho Married Men
Tin: second lot of Japanese immi
grants is expected to-morrow on a
Tin: P. M. S. S. Zcalandia is due
at any hour from San Francisco with
a week's later news.
On account of low
posa will not leave
tide the Mari
until 2 o'clock
Tin: usual gospel temperance
meeting at tho Bethel Union Church
vestry this evening at 7 :30 o'clock.
Tjik Fvoyal Hawaiian Band will
giro a concert ntKmma Square Mon
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Tins noon a lot of land situated in
Kamakcla near St. Louis College was
sold by Lyons & Levey, to Antone
Perry for Bb7!. Mr. Smith's bay
filly and buggy were withdrawn.
Miss Montague, Miss Carrie Cas
tle and Mr. Chns. Turner returned
from Wailuku by the Kinau this
morning, where they gave a very
successful concert Thursday even
ing. A special meeting of Engine Co,
No. 2 wns held Wednesday evening,
when six new members were elected,
being the same who resigned the
previous week from Pucillo Hose Co.
A rurMntso, gas and stcntn fitting
bliup has bi'ou opened on Hrthel
street, opposite the church, by tl. A.
IWcKcnzie, who Is prepared to fill nil
ordciB entruMcd to his care at
Wn hoar a rumor that tho Kapio
lani Boat, Chili Intend challenging
the champion six of the Myrtle
Club, for n race on the usual course.
The former club expect their new
boat by the Alameda.
Ox 'Wednesday next, at 10 o'clock,
Lyons & Levey will sell the entire
household furniture, at the residence
of "W. O. .Smith, Pcnsacola Street,
and immediately afterwards the
house and lot will bo offered.
Messrs. Lyons & Levey have re
ceived instructions from Col. lau
kcsi, Collector-General, to sell at
their salesrooms on Monday at noon,
a quantity of Chinese goods con
demned for violation of the revenue
Letter writers should take notice
that the Mariposa leaves at 2 p. m.
Monday, for San Francisco. The
Post-olllcc mail closes at 12 o'clock,
and all letters and papers should be
properly stamped before being drop
ped into the olllcc.
In the summary of the race for
the Grazier's Plate, we placed the
horse Garfield as he should be
second, but in the description of
the race lie is wrongly placed third.
It is a slight error noticed too late
for correction in yesterday's issue.
Tins evening at 7:30 o'clock, on
the vacant lot, Fort street, adjoining
Dodd's stables, Mr. Z. K. Myers will
give a severe test of the Harden
Hand Grenade. Chief Engineer John
Nott, Fire Marshal McGuiro and
Mr. George Lucas will act as a com
mittee, and it will be left to them to
say when the Grenades shall bo ap
plied nfter the fire is started.
Call and see the Burr Parlor Fold
ing Beds on exhibition at King Bros.
Just received per Mariposa a large
lot of picture and cornice mould
ing, new style and patterns. King
Bros.' Art Store.
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Ntiuanu street. 080. tf.
The Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their large and well
selected stock of Hay and Grain,
fine Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and which
they offer at reasonable prices.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Kmina
Square this afternoon at 4:30. The
following is the programme:
Overture Italian in Algier Rosini
Galop Street Cars Arndt
Cavatina The Mountaineer.. ..Paccini
Selection The Lombardiaus Verdi
Cavatina The Barber of Seville
Waltz The Skaters Waldteufcl
Our correspondent at Kahului
says the concert at Wailuku on
Thursday night was a success. The
hall was crowded. Miss Montague
and Mr. Turner were in capital
form and were much appreciated
by the audience. The pianoforte
solos by Miss Castle and Miss L.
Alexander were much applaused.
The train ran during the evening to
accommodate people going to and
from the concert.
MYRTLE BOAT CLUB.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Myrtle Boat Club was held last
evening at tho boat house. After
the usual business had been trans
acted and four new members elected,
the semi-annual election of officers
took place with the following result:
President, W. 1). McBrydc ; Vice
President, W. T. Monsarrat ; Secre
tary, W. F. Love ; Treasurer, A. W.
Caiter; Captain, J. L. Torbcrt.
Trustees ; Bruce Cartwright, C. II.
Purely and E. A. Jones. Investiga
tion Committee; J. G. Savidge, J.
L. Torbcrt and S. G. Wilder, Jr.
THE TURKEY HUNT.
A large, orderly, and interested
company assembled at Yosemite
Skating Rink last night. Nearly a
hundred skaters were iu motion at
one time, with scarcely an unoccu
pied seat in the hall. The special
feature of interest was a turkey
hunt. The bird was suspended in a
basket within arm's reach, near the
centre of tho hall, to become the
property of the one who should first
discover and captive it. A number
of young gentlemen were blindfolded
and went groping around on skates,
in search of the prize. Horace
Lyle first got hold of the basket,
but Willie L)ons seized and extri
cated tho gobbler over Horace's
head. The hunt was of hhort
duration, but was intensely cxctlng
to pniticipants and spectators while
About half-past one o'clock Thurfl
day morning, the tailor who occu
pies the room upstairs at this corner
of tho stone building Intcly occupied
by the J)r ity Hawaiian newspaper,
was awakened out of sleep by a
noise, and on looking out saw a man
running nway from the icar of Mc
Incrny's hoot and shoe store. It
appears the man was trying to get
into the icar door of the store by
means of a bayonet. The noise
tunde by the tailor's door opening
frightened him, and dropping the
bayonet be made off as fast as his
legs could carry hitn. He passed
two policemen who can Identify him,
and there is no doubt his arrest will
THAT PIC HUNT.
It is not often that it falls to thu
lot of one man to be a judge of
horse-racing one day and a hunter
after pigs the next. But the lot has
fallen to J. II. Brown during this
week. Thursday he was at the
races, and yesterday he was all
over town during the morning,
hunting up a lot of pigs that were
running around loose. Of course, as
one of the Board of Inspectors, he
was attending faithfully to his duty.
These pigs, nine in number, got into
tho Kawainliao cemetery grounds and
did considerable damage to the
plants and flowers. After a great
deal of chasing thu pigs were finally
corralled, and then the Capt. was
looking round for the owner. Pigs
are not allowed to be kept in town,
and these no doubt belong to some
one living in the outskirts, who, in
stead of keeping them penned, let
them loose when they found their
way into town.
LETTER OF CONDOLENCE.
The following letter has been re
ceived by His Majesty the King
from the President of the United
Grovcr Cleveland, President of the
United States of America, to His
Majesty Knlakaua, King of thu Ha
waiian Islands Great and Good
I have received the letter which Your
Majety addressed to me April 27, ISSfi,
announcing the sad intelligence of tho
death, on the 25th of that month, of
Her Majesty, the Dowager Queen Emma
Kalclconalaiii, relict of His late Majesty
King Kainuhamcha IV.
I tender to Your Majesty and Your
Majesty's people an expression of the
sincere and heartfelt sympathy of the
Government and people of the United
States on this great bereavement, which
bears so heavily upon Your Majesty
and the Hawaiian nation.
May God have Your Majesty and
Your Majesty's people always in His
safe and holy keeping.
Written at Washington, this 21t day
of May, in the year of our Lord, lSS."i.
Your Good Friend,
By the President:
T. F. Bayawij,
Secretary of State.
FROM THE MAYOR OF SAN JOSE.
Office of Farmers' Union, San
Jose, Cal., May 14, 1885.-11. II.
Gross, San Francisco. Cal. Dear
Sir: We gave your Harden Star
Grenades a trial a few days ago upon
a lire that was not built for the oc
casion. Our iron smokestack, which is
fifty-feet high, was found to be on
fire, and when discovered was red
hot from one end to the other, and
liable at any moment to melt and fall
upon the building. I took two of
your grenades and broke one below
the fire and it failed to do much
good; the other was thrown higher
up in the smokestack and the llames
were out in an instant. The gre
nades, I believe, will do all you
claim for them, and am glad to know
that our business men arc protecting
their property with tins simple lire
appliance, "lours, truly,
C. T. SETTLE, President.
Please observe that it is the Har
den Star Grenade that puts out all
the fires. Z. K. MYERS.
sole agent for Hawaiian Islands.
On Thurskny evening at the Hotel,
II. J. Agnew the well-known horse
man, and William Horan, known as
"Billy the Sponge," a horse trainer
and driver, got into a dispute about
the day's racing. They went out
to the verandah to settle it, and
blows were freely exchanged by
both parttes for some time. Horan
got considerably bruised on the face
and Agnew had one of his thumbs
put out of joint. A little later on,
Agnew went home 'and retired to
bed, but had not been there long
before he found that he had received
several knife wounds in the abdo
men which were bleeding profusely.
Dr. Tucker was telephoned for and
attended to tho wounded man. Mr.
Agnew's shirt, which is at the
Police Station, shows several cuts as
if done with a penknife, and thcro
is considerable blood around one
cut. Deputy Marshal Dayton in
stituted enquiries yesterday and tho
result is that Horan was arrested
late iu the afternoon and taken to
the Station House. This morning
ho was charged with assault and
battery on II. J. Agnew with a
weapon imminently dangerous to
life, to wit, a knife. He entered a
plea of not guilty, and was remand
ed until Monday. Mr. Agnew in
tended to leave for the Coast on
Monday, but it is doubtful whether
he will be able to tlo so.
THE HORSE SHOW.
To-day the Royal Hawaiian Agri
cultural Snoloty is holding its annual
show, at lis grounds iu Kapiolani
Park. Up to noon tho attendance
was meagre, comprising very few
outsido of exhibitors and officials.
Little praise can be accorded to
the management. It looks as if,
from first to last, the affair had
been left to take care of Itself.
The show was very poorly (adver
tised, so that even the hotirof open
ing was a secret almost up to the
moment. To sny thnt tho dis
arrangement was perfect, would
fitly describe tho state of affairs on
the grounds. The various
classes of horses were mingled to
gether regardless of convenience for
comparison of animals in competi
tion. More than two hours after
opening ttic judges had nut made an
award, and during all that time ex
hibits were straggling into the stalls.
Below is a list of the exhibits in
place up to 12 :30, when the Bulletin
Stallion for carriage use Venture,
C. B. Miles; the famous animal,
now 22 years old.
Mnrcs Lucy, Cecil Brown; a
beautiful white, also entered as a
carriage animal. Julia, E. B.
Thomas ; from New Zealand, a pro
digious animal, the most massive
looking brute in the show. Cle
mentina, E. R. Miles.
Mares and foals (latter native)
1, J. A. Cummins; a nice dapple
gray marc and brown colt. Lady
Jane m. and Madge filly, J. M.
Whitney; gray marc and brown
colt, the latter three months old,
very docile, broken in when six
weeks old, sired by Boswcll ; marc
7 years old, with a three minutes'
record for speed. Baby m. and
Startle filly, B. F. Dillingham;
mare once noted as a racer. Hadda
m. and Eureka jr. colt, B. F. Dil
lingham; mare a noted Kentuckian,
with a mile record of 2 :32, mother
of stallion Patchen Vernon. Snow
flake m. and Boswellina f., B. F.
Dillingham; mare also entered as
carriage animal, was valued in San
Francisco at SI, 500. Fanny Nut
wood m. and Nutwood colt, B. F.
Dillingham; foal's sire sold for
812,000. Queen m. and Prince colt,
B. F. Dillingham ; large dark brown
Carriage animals Marc Lucy,
Cecil Brown ; referred to above. M.
Snowflake, B. F. Dillingham, also
referred to above.
Racing Stallions, thoroughbred
Shenandoah (California), James
Campbell; a noble, stylish-looking
animal ; made best record for 2 yr.
old in California, but retired from
course latterly on account of acci
dent. Langford, Jr., E. R. Miles;
a handsome brute.
Stallion for any purpose 4 years
old and over Boswcll Woodburn,
His Majesty the King ; a very line
dark bay, with remarkably powerful
looking fore-quarters and propor
tioned in body accordingly. Tele
phone, J. A. Cummins.
Stallion for any purpose under 4
aud over 3 years old Ventura, C.
B. Miles. Patchen Vernon, Jr.,
B. F. Dillingham.
Stallions for any purpose under 3
and over 2 Kinau and Eclipse, His
Majesty the King ; two fine, sleek,
black animals. Nonnau Clay, C. 11.
Jiuld. King Willian, Jr., B. F.
Stallions for any purpose under
2 Jet, B. F. Dillingham; Essex,
Cecil Brown ; a pretty animal, bred
by old Venture. Jim Dodd, Charlie
Lucas ; a fine animal.
Mares and foals Florida, with
foal, Hon. A. F. Judd; mare a
stout and strong-looking animal,
colt a very promising specimen.
Hose Evans, with foal, J. A. Cum
mins; marc of a very powerful
build, and colt no discredit to the
Yearling fillies Startle and Bos
wellina, B. F. Dillingham, both
mentioned with dams above.
Fillias over 1 and under 2 yr.
old Fourth of July, Hon. A. F.
Judd. Baby Bell, B. F. Dillingham.
Fillies over 2 aud under -1 Suc
cess and Advance, His Majesty the
King, two pretty animals. Fanny,
Col. C. II. Judd. Cora, Princess
Carriage horses over 1 years
Pair fillies, James Campbell; well
matched. Saddlo horse
Pair Shetland ponies (imported),
James Keith showed on the
grounds a lino btnllion, 2 years old,
by Lexington, and called Aptos
W, Ilailcy showed a magnificent
dapplo gray stallion, (! years old,
called El Capitan.
Tho two animals last mentioned
were not in the printed entries.
In this division there wcro two
entries, but only one exhibit three
game chicks, by Cecil Brown.
Tho Wnlmnnnlo Sugar Co.
bited a keg of washed sugar nnd one
of No. 1 sugar, and a bag of rice,
all exceedingly line samples.
r.. Liudcmaun showed specimens
of Bokhara clover, large llirdsfoot
clover, ryegrass and other fodder
The Kilntiea Sugar Co. exhibited
an improved subsoil plow, and the
tridentate cultivator, both made by
Alex. Lindsay, the company's black
smith. They are not patented, and
can be made by any blacksmite.
.1. N. McDonald, ol the City
Shoeing Shop, displayed well-made
specimens of horse shoes in ten
kinds, comprising spring, road,
trotting and interfeiiug shoe.
The usual services at the Roman
At St. Andrews Cathedral at 11
a. m., the Rev. Alexander Mackin
tosh will preach the annual sermon
in aid of the Society for the Propo
gnlion of the Gospel. The Bishop
preaches in the evening.
At the Y. M. C. A. Hall, young
men's bible class at 9:l.r) a. m. At
0:30 p. m., gospel praise service led
b Mr. Thco. II. Da vies.
"Who is my Neighbor r" will be
Pastor Cruzan's Sunday morning
theme, at Fort Street Church. In
the evening the subject of the sermon
will be "The New Revision of the
Old Testament ; tho men who made
it, how it was made, and sonic of the
important changes." All arc invited.
Services to-morrow at Bethel Union
Church with preaching by E. C.
Oggel, the pastor. Morning subject:
"Hard Times How to Meet Them."
In the evening the fifth iu the scries
of lectures on the Lord's Prayer:
"Give us This Day our Daily Bread."
A cordial invitation to these services
is extended to all.
It was a very fickle-minded damsel
who wrote to her lover, "I'll meet
you at the altar if I don't alter my
mind," and she was very much
astonished when he replied, "I'll
settle the parson's bill if your father
isn't too parson-monious to dot it
lTli. C1IAS. HOYT'S Shoeing Shop
iTj is now rconciiPd
rpiIK t-iTOKB lately occupied by
X Samuel Noll, in Campbell s Block,
on Fort Slicel. Applv to
L. A. THUKSTON,
or B. F. Dillingham.
" Honolulu, April 1, 1SS5. 985 tf
JTUHIMAN and wife, with accommo
dation to cook for themselves, or
lioard with the family.
Apply at 187
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nice 4 room collate, within
leasy reacli or Honolulu, situ
late at Kapalania. Terms $20
per month. Apply to
MKS. MARIA KING,
on the p'mmds, or to A. J. Cartwright,
at his olllce. 40 if
For Hon I or Siile.
The premises onXuunmi Sleet,
loppoflitu Hie .Mausoleum, own
ied and lately occupied liy
Samuel Nott. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
:18 Muichniit St.
Honolulu, .hum 4tli, 1S35. !)8 tf
THAT very desirahlu and convenient
Family Residence on llcrcianla
Street, until lately occupied by F. S.
l'ratt, Esq., complete wlili ouUiouses,
stables, gardens and pasture. Also, the
premises oci upied at present a- a Law
Office by John Russell, Hsq., centrally
located near the corner of Fort and
Merchant Streets. For paiticulars, ap
ply either by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWALD, Merchant St.
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter and Boat Builder,
HAVING just completed two 27 feet
Surf Boats on the model of the
Kinuu'rt boat, to highly appiovcd by
Capt. King aud otheis, I urn now pre
put eil to till other orders. These boats
have their timbers In one piece limning
ucrots tho keel from guinwilo to gun
wale, bent by steam; tliwait knees also
bent 2 and 2Jij Inches hrpturu. They aio
conscquently'llghter and more flexible,
and, thu timbeiH being closer together,
btrongcr and Ies3 liable to bu suvcrely
bulged that those built after the usual
process witli the timbers in pieces aud.
far apart. These boatB will be bold at
a price to compete with olheis of either
local or foreign build. Our building
facilities enable us to build to any
model or size, decked or otherwise, and
to supply duplicate parts of tho same at
a few hours' notice. There are several
of tlicso boats now open to inspection
which will bu told finished or otherwise.
ALSO On hand and for sule, Oak
Stems, Knees and Timbers, all shapes
and sizes. Also Several hundred feet
of finished Oak Stltch-in.tlino dialing
Battens, sold per font iu quantities to
suit; and the only tiuck In town lit to
carry a Boat without cracking and
straining her can bu bought or hired at
thu Enterprise Mill Apply at the En
terprise Mill, Queen St.
J. A. DONEU.
Mutual Telephone No, 325. 38 lm
A BLACK Pane, Ivory handle, gold
tip, with monouram I). N. Tho
Under will bu rewarded for delivering It
at the Attoriioy.Ucncritl's olTicc. 42 tf
account of departure, I offer for
sale a linn lsotiio side bar buecv
wllli U how leather top, has only been
in Die n few months. Alio, an open sidu
bar ii seal trotlluy wnitmi. the best lu
the Kingdom, neatly new. The above
will be sold at a bargain If applied for
before June 15th. II. J. AGNEW.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STREET. Lcs.
sons given lu Marine, Landscape,
Mock Kensington, Photograph nnd
Crayon Painting in Oil and Water
Color. Floweis in Wax, Wool, l'luh,
Fell, Silk. Lcathur, Hair, Crystal, Pea.
titer and FIshscalu. All kliliN of Em.
bioidery and Deigning taught with
Skeleton Bead, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
and Bullion work. For term, etc, np.
plvto A. M. BUH1CE,
39'8in Temple of Fashion.
Just Received !
Ex City of Sydney,
In Good Order,
For Sale by
Henry Rftay & Co.
TO AUIUVi: l'KIl
roit sai.u iiv
H. Hackfeld & Go.
Has just I'cccivcd an
ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES
New Zealand Potatoes
Cala. Potatoes (new crop), Onions,
Smoked Beef, No. 1 Mackerel and
White Fiih (at retail), Cod Fish,
Vienna Sausages !
Lard. Lunch Tongue, Cheese, Buck
wheat Flour, Syrup, New Orleans
Molasses, -Maple Syrup, Cube Sugar,
5rranlt;l. Siig-ai !
Powdered Sugar, Kerosene Oil, Mot.
tied Soap. Also, Bowen' Choice
Garden Seeds. Onto, Bran, Wheat,
Corn, &c, &c. CHAS. HUSTACE.
HAVING obtained the services of a
first-class Piano Tuner, we wish
to inform thu public that we are able to
Tune and Kcpair 1'ianos at snort notice.
All orders left with us will be promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
lOMly WEST, DOW & CO.
Central Pari Mm Sink
Corner Dcrctaaia & Punchbowl Streets.
Largest in the City.
to its patrons.
Open only iu the evenings till improve,
incuts arc completed.
D. P. SMITH, Proprietor.
'. SS JJotul Htreot.
Those new Parlors, containing sixteen
PitivATi: Rooms, have been elegantly
decorated and furnished, and will be
kept as a first-class resort. The
Celebrated Elite Ico Cream
Will be made from pure cream witli
puio delicious llavoriugs. Vanilla, Le.
moil, Orange, Pine Apple, Strawberry,
Peach, Almond, Collee Glace, Chocolate.
Sherbets and Ices,
In largo variety. Served with CaKc
miulu oa tho Premises. Ico Cream
Drinks made to order in any style.
Soda Water, Ginger Ale and Tahiti I.e.
numailc. Robert's choicest caudles re.
ccived fresh by every steamer. Fami.
Ho, Parties, Halls and Weddings 6up.
plied at short notice. Ladles can have
their home-made Creams frozen and
Cakes baked to ordci at reusomible
prices. A large assortment of Shells,
Corals, Volcanic Specimens, Tapas ami
general Island Curloh always on hand
at reasonable prices.
11. J. HART,
Proprlttor of the Kllto Ico Cream Par.
lore. Ring up Telephone No.lb2,