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)u gnUy tUUin,
TUESDAY, JUNK 1G, 1883.
rUmr Kltmii fur Windward I'm Is
Ntinr.lnsMiikee for Ivniuiu
Schr T-'hukal for Walaluu
Schr llmtiiit fur Olovvtilu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Ktuilkenmill for Kohnla'
Sehr Onteilnn for llannlel
flktnc Mnry Wliikcltn.iu
Bk Tycoon, Rlcknbv
Urltisli lik Oilcnte, Hughes
Bgtnc Clans Spicekols, Dievv
Bktnc Kllkltnt, Cutler
From Sun Francisco for Honolulu, per
S S Zealatulla, June 1-1 Alt Garrett a
From Honolulu for Auslrallu, per S S
Zealnndln. .June 14 .1 G Mcttniteht, Dr
Day, Mr Ten in, A S Thorn, MXovvton,
A Laycotte, II .liickiiisou mill So in
ForMolokal, per .lames I Uovvsctt,
Juno 10 J A Dower anil on, Hcv .1
Mnnnsc, and about 20 deck passengers.
For Kalmlul, per Likclikc, Juno 15
t'aae laca, Miss 31 Unna, A S Hnrtvvell,
Geo C Williams, G V Wilder, P Nelson,
C L Wight, Hon .1 W Kalua, Itev J B
Hauaikc, Rev J K Joseph, Mr Tripp,
Miss Ltllv Richard, Mrs J KAIIau, Mrs
Q.II Willis, and about !)0 deck paBscn
The S S Mariposa sailed at two o'clock
yesterday p. in. for San Francisco. She
took 34,28'.) bags of sugar, 8,303 fiom
Irwin & Co, 1,470 from Castle & Cooke,
5(i0 from Wldcmann, 8,300 from Davlcs
& Co, 3,200 from Schacfcr S. Co, 404
from MsColgan, S,000 from Brewer &
Co, 1,311 from Hyman Bros, and 2,385
from Gilnbaum &. Co. Sho also took
l,3fi0bagsof lice, 2,380 bunches of ba
nanas, 750 dry hides, 218 green hides,
37 bales of goat skins, 11 bales of sheep
skins, 200 bdls of sugar cane, 10 boxes
of leaves, 34 boxes of pearl shells, and
1 bag of coin gold and silver (3,045.00) .
Total domestic value 210,800.35.
The Clans Spicckcls is loading.
The Planter Is docked near the fish
market. The Mary Wlnkelinan sails for Han
Francisco on Thursday.
The Tycoon has finished discharging
aud is taking in ballast.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Music at the Central P.trk skating
Fokksteus' Court Lunalilo meets
this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Akotiikk Alabama claim was set
tled in the Supreme Com t this morn
ing. The Y. M. C. A. hinging clnss
meets at 7:30 o'clock this evening at
The summer vacation of all gov
ernment schools will commence Fri
day, July 25th.
Ax interesting budget of the
latest foreign news will be found on
the fourth page.
Tun latest joke around a printing
ofllce is to call the man who corrects
proof, the type-rightcr.
The Honolulu Eilles will have their
usual weekly drill at their Armory
this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Tin: Fyfc premises on Beretania
Street were sold yesterday to Mr.
W. M. Giffaid for $1,000.
Tim O. S. S. Alameda is due next
Monday morning from San Fran
cisco with dates to the loth inst.
The jurors have been drawn for
the July term of the Supreme Court,
which opens the first Monday in that
The stock-in-trade of J. L. Rosen
berg, bankrupt, will be sold at auc
tion Tuesday, June 23rd, by Lyons
The bkntc. Many Winkelman sails
for San Francisco on Thuisday. For
freight and passage apply to II.
Hackfeld & Co.
Tin: Captain and agents of the
British bark Oriente will not be res
ponsible for any debts of the sailors
contracted while in port.
The value of merchandise and
produce imports from San Francisco
to these islands during the month of
May amounted to 8211,875.
Cavtain M. Mathews, master of
tho first Moi nlng Star, died at Yar
mouth Tort, Mass., May lGlh, of
gastric fever. Ho was 79 years of
Kecuivei) fiom the Advertiser
ofllce, a full account of Memorial
Day in neat pamphlet form a good
thing to keep or send to friends
The bark Amy Tinner is duo here
on the 10th of Jul'. Sho will have
immediate despatch for Hongkong.
Application for freight or passage
should bo mado to Brewer & Co.
Do Nor forget the grand Ice
Cream Festival at tho Yoscmitc
Skating Kink to-night. Music by
the band as well. The cream will
be furnished by the Elite Ice Cream
Parlors, Hotel Street.
At the San FrnneUcofitork & Bond
Exchange, Juno 3rd, tho following
sales of Hawaiian Coinmoiclal Com
pany's slock were made: 300 filiates
at 87; 50ntS7g; 100 at 87$; 100 at
G: oOatSGjj: 200 at SG L
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing, Lyons & Levey will sell the en
tire household furniliiic at the resi
dence of Mr. W. O. Smith, Pensa
cola street. Immediately after the
sale the house and lot will be offered.
The sale of the lice plantation at
Ilccia, which should have taken
place at noon to-day by Marshal
Sopcr, has been postponed until
Tuesday the 23rd, it having to bo
advertised in the Chinese newspaper
Tins noon, Lyons & Levey sold
some valuable horses. General Han
cock was sold to Mr. W. H. Corn
well for S500, a pair of greys to Mr.
Fred Macfarlane for 8395, and a
pair of blacks to W. H. Cornwell
for 8350. Joe Dakc and Mento
were not sold.
Call and see the Burr Parlor Fold
ing Beds on exhibition at King Bros.
A lakoe variety of cabinet cele
brities, also stereoscopic views,
stereoscopes, grnphoseopes, etc., at
King Bros. Art Store. 48 3t
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or an' kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
The California Produce & Provi
sion Co. offer for sale a choice lot
of table and pie fruit, being a con
signment which must bo closed out.
Table Fruit, 82.00 per doz. ; Pie
Fruit, 81.50 per doz. 47 lw
Tim 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.
CONTINUATION OF HORAN'S TRIAL.
The first witness put on tho stand
was the defendant, William Horan.
He stated the row commenced by
Agnew, who said something about
the way I drove " Honest John," in
sinuating that I did not try to win.
I swore at him, and said he was no
good. I told him he was all the
time kicking. He said if T went
outside he would smack me in the
mouth. He walked out and I fol
lowed him. As I stepped off the
step, ho hit me and we botli went to
fighting. I was knocked against the
wall. I had no knife or instrument
at tbo time. There was a big crowd
there. All the maiks on my face
were made in the fight.
John Clark stated he had known
the defendant three months, had
been training horses with him during
the last month. Never saw him
with a knife of his own. He has
borrowed mine several times, and
also borrowed one from another
man at times.
Tho wholo of the evidence being
in, Messrs. Avery and Whiting each
spoke in behalf of the defendant.
After Deputy Dayton had spoken on
behalf of the Crown, His Honor re
manded him until Wednesday morn
ing at nine o'clock for judgment.
Last night six seamen of the Brit
ish bark Oriente went on board that
vessel, while in a state of intoxica
tion, and created mischief. The six
sailois, Capt. Hughes says, have
been disorderly ever since they were
shipped. When they went on board
last night they made for the other
sailors of the vessel to beat them.
The sailors, who were in danger of
being severely treated, ran into the
cabin to the Captain for protection.
The Captain, having procured a
loaded pistol, went on deck and
found the drunken seamen on the
poop. Fearing they would go down
into tho cabin and break open tho
arm chest, he ordered them forward
and, they failing to obey, he fired
several shots over their heads to
frighten them, but they were too
drunk to be beared. The mate suc
ceeded in getting the leader of the
boisterous gang into iionsand that
somewhat checked the" tumult.
Shortly after Deputy Marshal Day
ton with several men camo and ar
rested the drunken seamen. They
Will remain in the Station-House
until tho Oriente is ready for sea,
and will then be taken on board in
irons, and when at sea they will be
let free to have all tho fighting they
William Horan was remanded un
til tho 17th for judgment. Kong
Yee was committed for trial to the
Supreme Couit for malicious injury.
Solomon, for assault and battery on
u Chinaman, was icprimauded and
discharged. Abenta, cluuged with
being a gross cheat by obtaining 85
under falso pretenses from ICamaka,
was remanded. Geo. Buckley was
sent over tho reef for four months
and fined 825 for larceny of a watch.
GREAT LAND SALE,
lly order of tho executors of tho
will of tho late Hon. Mrs. Bishop,
the following lands and properties
wore sold yesterday by Mr. James
Morgan at Mr. Adams' auction
room. The sale wnq very largely
101S IN HONOLULU, OAItU.
1 Lot 1. Compiises store and
lot now occupied by A. L. Smith ;
rental 840 per month. Sold to Mr.
A. L. Smith, SG,300.
2 Lot 2. Comprises store and
lot now occupied by Mrs. T. Lack j
rental 875 per quarter. "W. E.
LOTS IN KAULUWELA, HONOLULU.
4 Lot A, on mauka side of
School St., containing 39-100 of an
acre. IT. R. II. Princess Liliuokn
5 Lot B, on mauka side of
School St., containing 43-100 of an
acre. Chas. Lucas, 8900.
6 Lot C, on mauka side of
School St., containing 3G-100 of an
acre. II. Dimond, 8785.
7 Lot D, on makai side of School
St., containing 20-100 of nn acre.
W. A. Kinney, 8525.
8 Lot E, on makai side of School
St., containing 8G-100 of an acre.
J. T. Waterhouse, 81,850.
9 Lot F, on Lane leading from
School St., containing 2C-10O of an
acre. S. E. Bishop, 8525.
10 Lot G, on Lane leading from
School St., containing 40-100 of an
acre. S. E. Bishop, 8725.
1 1 Lot II, on Lane leading from
School St., containing 43-100 of an
aero. II. A. Heen, 8535.
12 Lot I, on Lano leading from
School St., containing 28-100 of an
acre. Kamakau, 8450.
LAXD9 IN NUUANU AND WA1KIKI.
132 Kula land in Pahoa, Wai
kiki, on the road to Waialae, part of
L. C. A. 8515 to Keoni Ana, and
containing 73 acres. Cecil Brown,
143 Land in Waiaka, Waikiki,
near the Kamoiliili Church, anana
4 of L. C. A. 12G8 to Nakai, con
taining 23-100 acre, good taro land.
M. Soba, 8125.
AUUrUAA OK AUWAHI, HONUAULA,
15 Apana 3 of L C A 771G
to R. Keelikolani, adjoins the
Government lands of Kanaio and
Kahikinui, and contains 5,280 acres.
Enos & Co., 83,500.
IIOL'sl.-l.OT.S IN KAILUA, NOUTH KONA,
1G 1. House lots and buildings in
Keopu, called "Hulihce," apana 3G
of L C A 9971 to W. P. Leleiohoku.
Valuable lot on the sea shore, con
taining 1 15-100 acres. Former
residence of II. R. II. Ruth Keeli
kolani. Two-story coral dwelling
and wooden cottage. His Majesty
the King, 8525.
17 2. House lot and buildings in
Keopu, called "Kaaipu," apana 38
of L C A 9971, now occupied by
Chinamen as a store, rental 880 per
annum; contains 26-100 of an acre.
J. K. Nahele, 8430.
183. House lot in Keopu, near
the Protestant Church, apana 37 of
L C A 9971, contains 19-100 of an
acre. Akau, 70.
19 1. House lot in Keopu, called
"Niumalu" or "Kepelu," apana 39
of L C A 9971, contains 2G-100 of
an acre. Akau, 8270.
205. House lot in Honuaula,
Apana 47 of L C A 9G71, contains
85-100 of an acre. Sold to Cecil
21 G. House lot in Honuaula,
called "Papa," apana 4G of L C A
9971, contains 94-100 of an acre.
Sold to J. H. Kahiaraoe, 8250.
22 7. House lot in Lanibau,
called "Kaopuaua," apana G8 of L
C A 9971, valuable lot near the land
ing, contains 37-100 of an acre.
23 8. Houso lot in Laniluu,
called "Laioha," apana 42 of L C
A 9971, contains 14-100 of an acre.
Sold to J. G. Hoapili, 835.
LANDS IN KONA, HAWAII.
21-1. Abupuaa of Kaloko, in
N Kona, apana 11 of L C A 7715 to
Lot Kamehameha, fine coffee and
pasture land with two large and
valuable fish ponds. Now under
lease to the natives at 8200 per an
num. Lease expires Jan 1, 1880.
Contains 4,300 acres. Sold to His
Majesty the King, 8G,fi00.
25 3. Ahupuaa of Keopu 3, in
Kailua, North Kona, apana 5 of L C
A 7713 to V Kamatnalu, contains
377 acres, and includes a small house:
lot on tho sea shore, called "Pnhalo
o Kole." Sold to His Majesty the
20 1. Land in Auhaukeao 2,
Kailua, N Kona, being grant 174G
to J Kole, and containing 85 1-2
acres, suitable for pasture or culti
vation. Sold to D Kauhi, 8260.
27 5. Ahupuaa of Laaloa 1 , In.
N Kona, beiug apana 4 of L C A
7710 to R Keelikolani. Sold to
28 G. Ahupuaa of Hienaloli 2,
in Kailua, N Kona, being apana 5 of
LC A771C to R Keelikolani. Sold
to G. McDougal, S350.
297. Ahupuaa of Honokua, in
S Kona, apaim 9 of L C A 7713 to
V Karaamaltt, containing C578 acres,.
Umber nnd ooffco lnnd. Sold to
The sale realized 837,525.
A Chinaman was charged in the
Police Coutt this morning with
malicious injury, by cutting with an
nxc, a bull, a slccr and u cow in
Mauoa Vullcy, tho same being pro
perty of Narciso Perry. It appeals
from the evidence tliat the animals
were turned out about ten o'cloek In
the morning, and they wnndcicd on
to the defendant's laiid. Instead of
driving them off and impounding
them, ho was scon to tako an axe
and strike them with it. The steer
received such injuries that it cannot
live. The defendant, on being ex
amined, staled that ho was at work
in a taro patch and did not know
anything about the cattle whatever.
His Honor committed him for trial
at the Supremo Court.
THE LATE MR. P. C. JONES.
The Boston, Mass., Herald of
May 24th has the following in regard
to the late Mr. P. C. Jones, father
of Mr. P. C. Jones, of this city:
"Peter C. Jones, an old Boston
tnci chant, died Satin day afternoon
at his home in Newton of pneumonia,
after an illness of but a few days.
Deceased was for many years in the
wholesale paper trade in Boston,
being associated with his son, under
the firm name of Peter C. Jones &
Son. For several years past Mr.
Jones has been in feeble health, and
has not been engaged in active busi
ness. He was born in Boston, and
was 77 years of age. Many years
ago he was a prominent member of
the old Boston lire department, and
at "one time was on the board of
engineers. He has been a resident
of Newton between twenty-five and
thirty years. He leaves several sons
WARNING TO YOUNC MEN.
George Buckley, a young cxpicss
driver, was brought up this morning
to receive sentence for larceny of a
watch from Thos. Sullivan, to which
charge ho had previously pleaded
guilty. His Honor, in passing sen
tence, said that a young man with
the advantages the defendant had
had, ought to know the difference
between right and wrong. lie had
been brought up on several occasions
with strong suspicions against him.
His gieat fault was light linger work.
The plea of guilty would have some
consideration, but the defendant did
not deserve any consideration fiom
the Court. His Honor hoped when
he came out of prison, he would
amend his ways, and lead a better
life. The sentence of the Court
would be four months' imprisonment
at haul labor, with a fine of 825.
The rainfall at Pahala for May
was 11 15-100 inches, distributed as
May 2nd, 1.G5; May 4th,
May 5th, .00 ; May 7th, .33 ;
8th, .31; May 10th, 2.G4;
11th, .15; May 14th, 3.05;
15th, .20; May 20th, .10; May 21st,
.51; May 22nd, .76; May 28th,
.10; May 31st, .75.
The rainfall for this month to
date is l.GG, although June is usually
a dry month at this place. The last
three months have been exceedingly
favorable for- cane growing, and
crops never looked better than they
do at the present time.
Our apologies for roads tiro in an
exceedingly bad state. No repairs
have been done to them for a long
time, and wo seldom see the road
supervisor; not that his presence
would be of avail without the money
to work with. I hear there is no
appropriation to draw on, so I sup
pose we must grin and bear it, and
be satisfied to travel on what a
stranger might take for a ravine,
but which passes here by the name
Pahala, Juno 8th, 1885.
INVITED TO DINNER.
Hon. Samuel Parker and Mr. W.
H. Cornwell invited the membeis of
the Hawaiian Jockey Club to dinner
last evening at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Those present were: His Majesty
the King, Hon. A. S. Clcghorn,
Acting Governor; His Ex. Paul
Neumann, Attorncy-Gcncial; Hon.
Samuel Parker, Colonels G. AY.
Macfarlane and C. P. laukca,
Messrs. W. G. Irwin, W. H. Corn
well, C. O. Bergcr, F. S. Piatt, II.
R. Macfarlane, Cecil Brown, James
Gay and Dr.Geo. Trousseau. The
Royal Hawaiian Band was giving its
tegular concert at the Hotel, playing
an excellent programme.
At Cliatnbers, before the Chief
Alok and Ah Sin vs. H. Geikc,
wrongful impounding ud trespass.
The ease was heard, argued mid
submitted. F. "M. Hatch for plain
tiffs, W. A. Whiting for defendant.
Before Justice JlcCtilly. In the
bankruptcy of K. M. Nordberg, it
was ordered that the account of tho
assignees bo approved and the as
Estate of Joseph Perry. In Pro
bate. Tho Court ordered that tho
will be admitted to probate, and,
that Maggie J. Perry, widow of
decedent, be pxccutti.v, without
bond, and guardian of John J.
At Chambers, before Justice
McCtilly, in equity. Kauiiiualll ct
al. vs. C. J. Flsltul. After hearing
argument on continuation of Mas
ter's report, the Court orders the
bill dismissed. C. W. Ashford for
plaintiffs, R. F. Bickerton for defendant.
Dr. Gray tells us to-day that tho
man Ebling, who shot himself yes
terday, is as comfortable as can bo
expected. Ho will be better able in
a day or two to judge of the case.
The doctor has not done any prob
ing yet, but thinks the ball is located
in the shoulder blade. Ebling is
much better to-day than he was
QUEEN EMMA'S WILL.
The petition for the probate of
the will of tho late Downgcr Queen
Emma was withdrawn this morning
in the Supremo Couit before Chief
Justice Judd, it being irregular.
The statement should have been
verified by the executor instead of
counsel. A new petition will have
to be filed.
GENERAL GRANT'S LITERARY STYLE.
Aceoiding to Chas. A. Dana, of
thcNcwYoik Sim, General Grant
has the ability to write a pcculiai In
compact, distinct, picturesque and
telling English style. Ileic and
there, it may be, a careful ciitic
might be able to suggest some
trifling improvement in plnascology
or in construction ; but generally
speaking, the compositions of the
General are models, and the attempt
to improve them would only be in
jurious. He knows what he wants
to say, and he has the faculty of
saying it in an unaffected and un
equivocal manner that is agreeable
and instructive to those who read.
A colony of infidels was founded
five years ago in Barton county,
Mo. A correspondent of tho St.
Louis Globe-Democrat, who spent a
day and a half in the new town
called Liberal, says that tho experi
ment is a failuie; that the town in
stead of keeping pace with other
towns of the same age, has fallen far
behind them, and instead of being
the happy, prosperous community it
promised to be, is sluivclcd, con
tracted, torn in two by dissensions.
THE PERPLEXED AESTHETIC.
The mui'hnes-, of the which makes mo
The ieniotene-i of the wherefore makes
Roth the wliatncss I can find,
And tho lmwiicss of mankind,
But the too-nesi of the is
I5reak my w.
"jV R. Phil. Opfergelt will act for me
lxJL under power of attorney during
J i om the Kingdom.
H. 1 AGNEW.
DUIMNG my absence Mr. Jos.
man will net for me under
power of attorney
(Signed) CnAS. .). FISI1EI..
Honolulu, June in, lb8j. -17 2v
HOUSE TO LET
A ND Furniture for Sale, at No. 51
MR. CHAS. HOYT'S Shoeing Shop
Is now reopened. Interfering
horses u specially. 29 tf
J. A. Mackenzie,
Having opened a Uiop on
(opposite the Church), is prepared to
execute all oiders for
Plumbing, Gas and Steam
And genuial work in Ills Hue. All
orders promptly attended to, nnd rhiuges
btrlcily moderate. -1(1 am
This S'nitiiig Rink eomes io the fi out
with the lurgtst and llnest nrniy of at
tmctioiib piociirnblc. No catch-penny
nil'ulra allowed here. Its motto H flri-t-nlai-8
oi not at nil. Airaugeuuuts are
now Hindu to have intihio every evening
fciivo WcihicMlny. Oh this afternoon
tntitie for l.idics, their escorts and chil
dren. Tuifday nnd Friday evenings for
ladies and their c-icoits. Admission
charped each und every night.
Friday evening, Juno lDth, an Ice
Cream festival liudei the nusplces of
Mellcr & Halbe, their celebrated Ice
Cream and Cake being iibcd. A cordial
invitation is extended.
Tuesday, Juno iiil, Fancy Skating for
Ladles. Pric, toilet set valued at $25,
thn audience to award the. Prize to the
lady by ballot.
Fiiday, Juno 20, u Giand Hal .Masque
or Masquerade on Skates, each parly to
fi'rnisli their own cottume niudo of
calico or other inepcn-ivo material.
A pri'e for tho inot unique costume.
Itctrcdhiucnts furnished fnu for Hkaterr.
TucMlay, Juno !!0. Fancy Skating by
Gentlemen, Cash Prio of ijlt) he nvviirii
ed by the audience by vote, frco to till
not having taken any pievious prizes
for fancy skating.
1010 Urn D. V. SMITH, Proprietor.
AllbAC K Cane. Ivory linnillu, gold
tip. with monogram L' N. 'J bo
Lmlcr will he rewarded for delivering It
at the Attorncy-Gcneral's ofllce. 42 tf
ij'uuji.innii wife, with nccommo
J. tuition in cools fin tin
hoard with the
Apply ut 187
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
WITH West, Dow & Co., wishes to
Inform the Indies and gentlemen
of Honolulu, that ho will take a few
punlla on tho Guitar. Anyone wishing
to learn will please apply nt tfio store.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nlco 4 room cottaee. within
icasy reach of Honolulu, situ,
late at Rnpalama. Terms I0
per month. Apply to
MRS. MARIA KING,
on the grounds, or to A. J. Carlwrlght.
at his olllcc. -to if
THE STORE lutely occupied by
Samuel Xolt, in Campbell's JJlock,
on Fort Street. Applv to
I,. A. THURSTON,
or B. F Dillingham.
Honolulu, April 1. 188.1. DSo tf
HAVING obtained the services of a
llrst-class Phiuo Tuner, wc wUh
to inform tho public that we are nble to
Tune and Repair Pianos at fhort notice.
All orduis lett with us will be promptlv
intended to, and nil work warrant! d.
1032 ly WEST, DOW fc CO,
For liunt or Sale.
The premises on Nuuniiu Steet,
oppoiie tne .Mausoleum, own-
ieu and lately orcunitd hv
Samuel Xott. Applv to
h. A.' THURSTON,
:S Merchant St.
Honolulu, June -Hli, 18-?."i. 083 tf
npiIAT very desirable nnd convenient
X Fin lly Residence on Beretania
Street, until lately occupied hv F. S.
Pratt, Esq., complete with outliouses,
stables, gardens and pasture. Alo. the
premises ocmpiid at present a-, n Law
Oftlco by John Kuescll,-T;sq , centra'ly
located near the corner of Foit and
Mcrchnnt Streets. For paiticulais, op.
ply either by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWAIiD, Merclwnt St.
The above celebrated
stallion GEN. HAN
COCK will stand for
the reason, at Captain
Cluney', comer Queen
nnd Punchbowl Streets. Chnrgcs, $40.
For pedigree nnd further pmicnlars,
apply to CAPT. CMJNEY.
xgjtj The undersigned hiving
4C& taken charge ot Ihigg.ipe
purpose of eanylug on the Express and
Dray biiPine."Oiopcs by pnjiiig Milct
attention to business to lecemi a share
of public patronage.
E2T Moving pianos and furniture a
specialty. ANTONE A. KEU.MI.
Residence, corner Punchbowl and Be
Oiders may be left with O. Hammer,
or West, Dow & Co., Telephone 17!.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
TVTO. 7 CHAPLAIN STREET. Les.
X.y sons given in Marine, Landscape,
Mock Kensington, Photograph tnd
Crayon Painting in Oil nnd Water
Colors. Flowcis in Wax, Wool, Plush,
Felt, Silk. Leather, Huir, Cr still, Pea.
ther and Fishscnle. All kinds of Em
broidery nnd Designing taught with
Skeleton Bead, L-icc, Comb, Glass, Shell
and llulllou work. Tor terms, etc, an.
ply to A. M. UUIIKK.
H'J 3m Temple of Fnshion.
TO AKItlVE l'Elt
I'OU S.U.K 11Y
H. Hackfeld & Go.
"o. 85 Ilotol Ktroot.
These new Pnrlnis, containing Mxtceu
PittvATH Rooms, have been elegantly
decorated and famished, nnd will be
kept as a first-class rcson, Tho
Celebrated Elite Ico Crenm
Will bo inadu from puio cream with
puio delicious flavoring!!. Vanilla, Lc.
moil, OraiiKO, Pino Apple, Stiawhcrry,
reach, Almond, CofTee Glace, Chocolate.
Sherbets and Ices,
In largo variety. Served with Caue
made on the Premises. Ice Cream
Drinks made to order In any style.
Soda Water, Ginger Alu und Tahiti Le
mounde. Robert's choicest caudles re.
ccived fresh by every si earner. Fnmi.
lies, Parlies, Ralls and Weddings xup.
plied at short notice. Ladles can luivo
their homc-inado Creams fro"ii nnd
Cakes baked to ordci at reusonitblo
prices. A largo assortment of hhelli",
Coral, Volcanic Specimens, Tapus and
geiierui jbinnu umios always on lumi
at reasonable pi ices,
II. il. HART,
Proprietor of the Elite lco Crtuni Pur.
lors. Ring up Telephone Xo. Ib2.
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