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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27718807
OCIUNIO S. S. CO.
St. J'aul, from San Francisco, Feb. v.
Mailpoa, from Colonies for Snn Fran
cisco, Fell. 12.
Zealandla, from San I'ranchro for Syd-
ni'.r. I VI). 2.
Australia, from Sydney for San Krati-
cNco, Feb. !i."
Ilk Virginia from Newcastle
Bk C It HMiop for San I'raiicLeo
Sehr Eliukul for Wuialun
HchrLuka for Ivuhnhilclu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bgtne W O Irwin for San FrnncLco
VESSELS HI PORT.
Ilk Virginia, Pettlgiow
Ilk Lady Lampoon.
Ilk Lovsprlug, Tlioni'-uu
Jlk Elslnoro, Jenks
Ilk 0 K Bishop, Walter
llktne Jit Lebanon. Nelson
Bgtno W G Irwin, Turner
For WlndwnidPoiK per W G Hall.
January '.'(! 11 U Majesty the King and
servants, (l W C .lone. Julian Mou
sarr.it and wife. Mix Lizzie Coney,
MIs .Tone, J A Hue!;, wife and on.
Mrs S J Lovev and 2 clilldrcn. W V
Hazard, W Dolloway, J Phillip, lion (!
W Plllpo. Tor Voieano .1 1) Peddle,
S Fox and wife ami Mi Vliglnla Fox
and 70 deck.
For Windward Port, per Klnau,
January 'M Hi Excellency Hon J M
Knpcim, MNs I.ellmlu Kapena, Geo C
Williams, Mrs Alex MacMutoh, James
Campbell, wife and child, Miss Helen
Parker, W Kin-'. Mrs V V Hastings,
MNs ICMakee, MUs It Makce. l)r John
llrodlc, Hon J A Kaiikau, W Y Horner.
Sr, i:van Doorn, Mls S Horner, W Y
Horner. Jr, Mr. .1 E Ward ami :1
children, Mr. It Covington. Mis Claik.
Ml Rhodes, M G Corrca, J J Xahora
Hlpa. Capt G W Wllfong, V llurehault,
M C Pike, W It Cattle and 100 deck.
For Kapaa, Kauai, per .las Makeo,
January 2."i Col Z S Spauldlng and 20
For Kauai, per Planter, January a."
II U Excellency Governor P P Ifnnoa, J
N S Williams, F Wllhelni, Mrs Staples,
T ICalacouu, O Scliolt and .lO deck.
The bktne Mount Lebanon, Captain
Nelson, arrived yesterday afternoon fl.'i
tlays from Hongkong with a cargo of
Chinese merchandise and L." Chinese
passengers. The Mount Lebanon Is
docked at Brewer's wharf and Is con
signed to Wine Wo Chan it Co.
The barks AM rgi nla and Hunter were
off port this morning.
The sailing of the AV G Irwin was
postponed until to-morrow morning.
The bark Elslnore received l,L'00 bags
of sugar yesterday.
Haekfeld's steam scow brought In the
sperm oil from the baik Hunter yester
Captain Hrowncll takes the .-ehooner
AVaielm to Kauai this trip instead of
Captain Kibllng who will remain on
The bark Virginia, that came in port
this morning, was mistaken for the bark
The bark Virginia, Captain Pettigrew,
ariived off port yesterday afternoon C(!
days from Newcastle. X S W, with
1,022 tons of coal to AVllder & Co.
The bark C It Hlshop sailed this
morning for San Francisco w ith 20,4'J!)
bags of ugar, 1 1 1 bags of copra and
148 bbls of molases. Value, S114,:i34.r.0.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Two-chnt stamps are now in
stock at the Post Ollicc.
Political meetings arc raging on
King and Merchant streets this after
noon. Ansvi:iu.Tt of questions will en
gage Elder llealcy at the tent to
night. "Tin: Teacher's Individuality,"
by Ellen A. Arms, is printed on the
fourth page of this issue.
Tin: mail by the AV. G. Irwin, will
close at the Post Olllce, to-morrow
morning, at nine o'clock.
Honolulu dogs so tire themselves
barking at night that they encumber
the sidewalks taking needed repose
in tho morning.
Ik Wiseman's window is a fine
picture of General Grant, sur
rounded by representations of not
able scenes in his career.
Gr.o. Howard was mulct $0 for
drunkenness in the Police Court
this morning. A case of indecent
assault is being tried this afternoon.
Dn. John Brodie was elected this
morning by tho Trustees of Queen's
Hospital, as assistant physician in
place of Dr. Henri McGrew, re
signed. Hon. AV. C. Parke, administrator,
has been authorized by tho Supremo
Court to sell certain real property of
tho late Jean M. Daiglc, for statu
Kev. Geo. Wnllaco will deliver a
brief lecture at tho St. Andrew's
Cathedral prayer meeting this even
ing. After the meeting the choir
will have rehearsal.
Mk. J. F. Smith's house and lot
Avero withdrawn from tho salo by
E. P. Adam & Co. this morning, no
satisfactory bid being given. The
furniture brought good prices, and
the marc and colt $250.
At the request of tho authorities,
the publication of tho evidence taken
at the Police Couil this morning, in
the examination of Mr. T.B.Walker,
is withheld, until after the trial be
fore tho Supreme Court.
Lyons & Cohen will sell out the
stock of Tong Hung & Co., -10 Nuu
atui street, to-morrow, at 10 o'clock.
Jewelry and furniture will be
knocked down, without reserve, and
a Hall's patent safe will be opened
J. Toimr.KT and J. Caniara will
contest a go-as-you-please, for 8100
a side, in the Central Park rink on
Saturday evening, (he former to
give the latter three laps. Before
that event there will be a half-mile
running race, free, for u prize silver
mug, now on view in Oats' window.
"Exi'i:iiii:sci: and Testimony"
will he the theme at the Bethel
Union Church this evening. The
standing committee meets at seven
o'clock to receive and welcome per
sons wishing to unite with the
Church by letter or otherwise. A
meeting of the Social Union will be
held immediately after tho prayer
A kk.vt of patient strength was
performed by a native this morning,
in leading three frisky but' obstinate
mules, a fouilh cutting capers loose,
down the Palama road and across
the bridge to the reef. Four little
girls and an infant boy assisted by
twisting tho tails of the animals
when they refused to advance, ns
they frequently did.
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It is not known what .poet gave
currency to the grand thought that
a horse is no horse until harnessed,
however, the truth of the sentiment
will lie fully proven to tho satisfac
tion of every horse in the town, at
Adams & Co.'s auction rooms on
Friday, where there will bo several
chances for cvary horse owner who
needs the same, to secure a good
In Harper's Weekly by the last
mail is a scene of a rehearsal for the
"American Opera" drawn by Clias.
Graham. In the center of the pic
ture is a grand stage scene from
"Orpheus," with the likenesses of
the "Hawaiian Nightingale," Miss
Montague, "Jucli," "Hastrcitcr"
and "L'Allemand," prima donnas,
around the border. The portrait of
Miss Montague is well drawn.
At Fo 't-street Church to-night the
Temperance meeting will take up
the question of "Opium in Hawaii."
Dr. Emerson will give a brief talk on
"The Physical Effects of Opium,"
Mr. J. B. Atherton upon "Tho
Effects of Free Opium upon the
Material Interests of the Kingdom,"
and Miss Payson will speak upon
"The Moral Influence of Free
Opium." All are invited.
Ti'imti: are two skating rinks at
Kolmla, Hawaii. One is owned by J.
Smith and the other by a native.
Botli arc said to be coining money,
especially on Saturday nights.
Another rink is being built at Kapa
hau, Hawaii, and, with Smith's Ililo
rink, the country is without doubt
amply supplied with facilities for in
dulging in the dubious pleasure of
skating. On the completion of
Kapahau rink, the Hawaiian Islands
can boast of seven such places, and
enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that
tliis country is keeping pace with
THE POST OFFICE ROBBERY.
Walkiui Com.mitti:i and his Bail
Haiskd to TmtEi: Thousand Dol-
U'lios. B. Walker was arraigned
in the Police Court before Justice
Bickcrlon this morning at nine
o'clock, charged with burglary at
the Honolulu Post Olllco on the
night of Jan. ))rd. The evidence of
N. C. Willfong, Money Order Clerk,
and I. B. Peterson, Assistant Post
master, was taken, and no defense
was offered. F. M. Hatch appeared
for the defendant, who was com
mitted for trial to the Supreme
Court. Justice Bickerton referred
the matter of bail to a Justice of
the Supremo Court, as authorized
by the statutes, and later Justice
Preston fixed it at $3,000, which had
not been furnished up to two o'clock
THE EXTRADITION CASE.
Below is an account of proceed
ings in this caso from the point
where our report closed yesterday.
Mr. Whiting held that tho demand
mado by the State California is an
assumption of power vested solely
in the Federal Government, and
read tho regulations of the United
States Executive concerning pro
cess to bo taken in cases of extradi
tion, and further contended that the
jurisdiction of this Court is limited
to an enquiry whether a crime had
been committed and whether such
crime comes within tho terms of the
His Excellency tho Attoruey-Gon-eral
delivered an ablo and lengthy
argument, to show that it is an in
alienable right of a sovereign power
not to exclude from its shores per
sons charged with crimes in other
countries ; that the right to surren
der such persons exists in every
sovereign power, but that the obli
gation to surrender criminals exists
only under certain conditions. The
disinclination of governments to
surrender persons charged with of
fenses in other countries has led to
those conventions by which govern
ments mutually give to other powers
the right to demand the surrender
of persons charged with crimes of
certain specified degrees. Ail writers
on international law maintain that
it is the inherent right of every
autonomic state to deal with crimi
nals who have taken refuge in their
territories, and whether statutory or
treaty obligations exist for the pur
pose or not, to deliver up such per
sons. The Governor of California
had a perfect right to address a re
quest to the Government of this
Kingdom to surrender Mr. McCaitliy
to take his trial in that State, and
the Hawaiian Government lias the
undoubted right to give him up it it
chooses to do so. It is unnecessary
for the Court to consider by whom
the requisition lias been made ; it is
siilllcient that a requisition lias been
made. AA'ith respect to the com
plaint having been made by the Attorney-General,
he had to say that
the requisition having been pre
sented to the Minister of Foreign
Affairs, the Minister had committed
it to the Attorney-General, by him to
be brought before the Court. His
Excellency cited numerous authori
ties and precedents in support o'f
The Court was again addressed
briefly by Mr. Whiting, after which
His Honor the Chief Justice gave
the decision of the Court overruling
defendant's plea. One o'clock r.jf.
Thursday was set for the hearing of
THE PRESS LIBEL CASE.
The Supreme Court opened at 1 1
o'clock this morning, Mr. Justice
Preston presiding. After a few
minutes' dela', waiting for the ar
rival of Mr. Hatch, of counsel for
the Crown, the case of the King s.
Arthur Johnstone, libel, was called.
Mr. Foster, Clerk, called the panel
of jurors, as follow: II. AVaterhouse,
II. M. Benson, G. D. Frceth, S. M.
Bcrtlcman, A. Moss, J. J. Leckcr,
A. L. Smith, 11. E. Mclntyrc, C.
Hammer, F. Ecklcy, E. A. Jones,
J. F. Dailcy.
Mr. AVaterhouse did not desire to
sit in the case, on account of his
mixture, in politics, and was excused.
Mr. Benson had expressed a de
cided opinion, and was excused.
Mr. Mclntyrc was mixed up in
the matter, and might be a witness,
and was excused.
Mr. E. A. Jones had formed and
expressed an opinion, and did not
think any evidence would change it.
lie was excused.
N. F. Burgess, Henry Davis, H.
A Moss, H. Gunn and George
Lucas were called, all except Mr.
Mr. George Lucas had formed a
decided opinion, and was excused.
Mr. Davis had u bias, but would
bo guided by the evidence, and was
Mr. E. Mclncrny was called and
having expressed no opinion was
Mr. Dole challenged Mr. Moss
and Mr. Mclncrny, who withdrew.
Mr. Cathcart aiul Mr. AV. II. Al
drieli were called and accepted.
The panel being now declared
acceptable to tho defendant by Mr.
Dole, the jury were sworn.
Mr. AV. A. Whiting opened the
case for the prosecution, reading the
information and indictment. They
would prove tho publication of the
obnoxious article in the I'r&ss, Mr.
Johnstone's authorship of and re
sponsibility therefor, and the tend
ency of said article to injure Paul
Neumann in name, fame, reputation,
Fitim. Jonks, bar-keeper of tho
Hawaiian Hotel, was the first wit
ness, testifying to the delivery of
tho copy of the Daihi Honolulu
1'ress produced, nt the hotel parlors
by the regular carrier on Saturday,
Jan. 10th. Cross-examined He
identified tho paper by a mark on it.
Mit. AViiiting placed the paper
with the article in question in evi
dence. David Dayton deposed J. Ins is
tho Daily Honolulu Press of Satur
day, Jan. ICth. I read the article
complained of, I think on Monday
night, having heard of It first on
Sunday. I saw Mr. Johnstone on
Sunday following tho ICth, when I
called on him at his house witli Mr.
Neumann. Mr. Neumann told him
ho called to see him on account of
an article in tho Press, and asked
him if ho was the responsible editor
of that paper. Mr. Johnstono re
plied that lie was legally responsible
for what appeared in the paper. 1
think Johnstone said further that
other parties wrote the article. Mr.
Neumann asked him if ho would
give tho nnmos of tho authors of the
article, and Johnstono said ho could
not until ho consulted with othors.
Johnstono Avas thon asked if ho
would contradk t tho statements In
the article if tin y were shown to bo
incorrect. He aid he could make
no promises until ho had consulted
his attorney, and he would give an
answer at 1 1 o'clock next any. I
know Mr. Neumann; he is n prac
tising attorney in law cases in this
Cross-examined by Mr. Dole
Both ideas the giving up of authors
and the talk about contradicting the
statements weie included in the
conversation. I do not remember
whether it was on my chief or cross
examination, in the preliminary in
vestigation, that I spoke about the
giving up of names of authors. I
was not present next day when Mr.
Neumann met Mr. Johnstone to re
ceive his answer.
At noon thu Comt took a recess
until one o'clock.
At three o'clock our reporter tele
phones from the Court that the
judge had charged the jury to the
effect that the prosecution had not
made out their case according to the
Indictment, and the Jury returned a
verdict of " not guilty" without
leaving the box.
Fui:sh Mince Pics daily from and
after dale at Mcllcr & Halbc's Con
Fnnsii Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after dale at Meller
& Ilalbo's Confectionery. 177
Just received by the Alameda,
200 Bags New Zealand Oats. For
sale, in quantities to suit, by the
Union Feed Company. '2'V2 lw
Tin: drivers oHho UNITED CAR
RIAGE CO. make no extra charge
for their carriages when called by
telephone. AVhcn you want a com
fortable carriage, ring up 290.
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A veuy comprehensive and classi
fied business directory for Honolulu
is furnished in the business cards on
the outside pages of the Bulletin,
supplemented by the advertisements
of regular and transient patrons on
every page. 2U1 tf.
Honolulu, Jan. S?.j, 188(1.
K. Mykus, Agent Harden Hand
Dear Sir: Please send 10 dozen
of the Grenades to Kahuliti per
steamer Likelike on Monday, Feb
AAro are partially supplied with
them now, but at the price think
that all plantations can well afford
to have a sufficient quantity, well
distributed, to give sufficient protec
tion nt any point a fire might start.
Geo. C. Williams,
Superintendent Hawaiian Commer
cial Sugar Company.
Fiiom the time of its organization
up to January 1, 1885, the Mutual
Life Insurance Company has paid to
policy holders the sum of $210,091,
209, which is $103,021,072 larger
than the amount paid by any other
company, and is 2-1. 5 per cent, of
the whole amount paid to policy
holders by the twenty-two compa
nies. Up to January 1 , 188i"i, this
Company lias invested for policy
holders thu sum of $103,870,179,
which is Si:i,8M,2.r)3 larger than the
amount invested by any other com
pany, and is 23.J1 percent of the
total amount invested for policy
holders by the above-mentioned
companies. Hon. S. G. Wilder is
agent of the above company for tho
No. ! AdaiiiH Jiimc.
lints dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled.
Native stinwB sowed In nil tho lntest
-Lessons given In thlrty.slx kinds of
fancy work, with drawing nnd painting,
Order3 taken for all kinds of cmb-oi.
Election oi" Ollleors.
A T tho Annual Meeting of the Hn
cV waiian Agricultural Company
hold on tho 21st January, the following
officers were elected to servo for tho cur.
Ilox. GiiAR.lt. Ilisiioi' President
Mh. Sam'i. C. Allun Vice-President
Mil. P. O. Jo.r.s Treasurer
JSIh. .Tosi:i'i O. Uahti:ii Secretary
Slit. Tom May Auditor
Directors Hon. O. E. Bishop, Mr. S.
C. Allen and Mr. P. O. Jones.
J. O. CARTER,
Seo'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 188U. 32 1m
(ib 33 10
' 80 100
Hi iw'n Carriage Manf 'g Co.,
E. O. Hall & Son,
hit cr.lplnnd S. N. Co.,
Uol. I Telephone,
Hni v'n Agricultural Co.,
Wihicr's Steamship Co.,
Wood lawn Dairy,
Wall, ku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Drokci.
38 Mcri )hant Btrect. 151 ly
y,sv- j fa i -im r thk. .tftthih ij'"t'-ui'
SAN F1UNCISUO, January li), 1SJ0.
Messrs. AV. B. Wilsliiro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
200 California Street, San Francisco, Cal.
tejily to your Inquiry cnncuiiiinj; the uiiiming of tho Burglar,
afe in the nlllcc of tho Clerk of tho Buiiruiiio Court now ko
in oof Chust in the s:
Mull known as THE MtCAKTHY SAFE
HE PICKED, mid that the safe must bu
inure on t uunusuny, mo uiii iiiki. ror rami! uuys previous uniuccossnil nttempts
huil licun Hindu by vnrioim export1 to plrk tho lock. Un Thursday, further, similar
cll'orlt worn iiiiule, with tho fiuiio result, by .Mr. Eiiiluu mid other noted expcrtB.
ALL OV WHOM FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
On Friday I employed tho expert of one of your competitor.", who did fulthful
and liom.'M work for that purpose.
On Saturday morning work wns begun, and this inornlnc (Wednesday) FOUR
DAYS AFTER, the expert succeeded in drilling through Ilia door mill opening tho
I consider It was an extraordinarily severe test, much beyond wlinl a burglar
could possibly employ under any circumstances, and can assure it has inspired mc
with the highest conlldciirt In the sccuiiiy of your Rnrglnr.I'roof Sites, and that
YOUR LOCKS ARE I'ICK-l'ROOF AGAINST THE REST EXPERTS.
After working fur tome hours on tho luck, one export said he hnd found that
V was one letter' and another that O was one On examination, neither of these
Ictteis appiared In th'j combination. Yours tritlv,
J. I). Sl'ENCER, Clerk of Supremo Court.
IGX- The above was a No. S MacNEALE & URIJAN Fire and Hurglnr Brtfe.
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Real Eitale Agent,
Wlldci'rt Steamship Audit,
Great Bu-1'ngton Kuilro.id
rpilE Wood and Coal Busindas hereto.
X foio carried on by S. F. Graham &
Co. has this day been sold to S. M.
CARTER, who will continue tho busl.
ness at the old stand, No. 1ST King St.
Mr. S. M. Carter Is authorized to receive
money anil receipt bills on account of
S. F. Graham & Co.
S. F. GRAHAM & Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 23, 1680. 311m
S. M. CARTER,
Wood mill Conl Merchant,
No. 82 King Street. Telephone
Number, in both Companies, 187.
Wood nnd Coal Orders aro hereby
solicited, and will be delivered nt nny
locality within the city limits.
Departure Bay Coal, Nowoastle
Coal and Charcoal.
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed nnd Split,
always on hand, and sold in
234 quantities to suit. tf
Aimuiil Meeting Notice.
rpnE Annual Meeting of tho East
JL Maul Slock Co. will bo held at tho
ofllco of C. Browcr & Co. on MONDAY,
February 1, 188(1, nt 10 o'clock a.m.
210 td P. O. JONES, Secretary.
Annual Meeting Notice.
rpHE Annual Meeting of C. Brewer &
JL uo. w"i DC neia ai ineir omcc,
Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, February
!1, 1880, at 10 o'clock a.m.
210 td .1. O. CARTER, Secretary.
Election of Oillcers.
rpHE following officer; for tho ensuing
X year wcro elected this 2"iih day f
January at the Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of tho Haiku Sugar Com.
II. l Baldwin President
S. M. Damon Vice-President
S. N. Cahtli; Treasurer
J. B. Atih:i'.tok Secretary
E. W. Pr.TUiiso.v Auditor
J. B. ATHERTON, Scc'y.
Honolulu. Jan. 2.ri, 1880. iltlw
Will ho open every afternoon and even.
ing as follows:
itny unit Holnnlny I'vi'iiIiikh.
To tho public in general.
J.IU OA.-V 33Vi:iVl'GH,
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladles, gentlemen and children.
Friday nnd Baturday Ecnings; nlso, nt
tho Tuesday Matinee.
Sheet & Pillow-CasG Party
On SlMitcw, .Tun. iU.
Prizo to tho Best Get Up.
TIIOS, E. WALL, Manager.
Yosemite Slating Rink,
I will wiy that I took charge of the
opened by force.
C. O. BERCER,
General Agent for the HnA'aiian Islands.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom House Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Fire and Llfo Insurance Agent.
Queen St., next Bulletin Office.
Horses broken to Sad
dle and Harness,
Horses boarded hv the
- day, week, or month.
Clipped. EST Telephone I8l.
THE largo and -commodious Building
situated on Nuuanu Street, a few
doors above Hotel Street, and rccontly
occupied ns a Drug Store by Messrs.
Hollistcr & Co. From it location in a
ceutral position on ono of our most busy
thoroughfares, it is admirably adapted
to business purposes. For full pnrtl.
culars, apply to
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
33 lm No. 3 Kaahumanu St.
THE Premises on Punchbowl Street,
heretofore accupied by the Ger
inuii Club, consisting of Club House,
Bowling Alley nnd extensive grounds
well laid out. Entranco from Punch,
bowl and Emma Streets. Apply to
II. A. WIDEMANN, i
207 tf or J. F. HACKFELD.
FOIt SALE CHEAP.
- HANDSOME Brownell 2-scatod
J. Canopy.top Carriage, leather upliol.
stored, with polo shafts, curtains, liimnd.
etc., complete. This carriage Is nearly
now, nnd, having had tho best of care,
Is consequently in perfect ordcrj 1
stylish sidebar phiuo-box Top Buggy,
also In perfect order; 1 Brewster end.
spring Open Buggy; 1 flno Set single,
strap hand. mado Harness with solid
rubber mountings suitablo for a largo
Carriage; 2 light Sots singlcstrap hnr.
noss, rubber mounted; 1 English Saddle,
bridle and martingale: 1 largo sound
family or road Horse, kind in every par.
ticular and safo for a lady to drfVoj 1
bay Filly, 2 years old, sired by Cator j 1
flno young Cow (5 years old), part
Devon and part Jersey, to calve in
.March; 2 heifers, 1 and 2 years old, from
above cow, by 10th Duko of Manchester.
Tho above property Is all In tho host of
order and will bo sold cheap. Apply to
S. F. GRAHAM & Co.,
28 tf 82 King Street.
COOL OIT'in r
DID YOU SAY T
Make your wife and children happy
by supplying them with
mado from pure Woodlawn Dairy
Go and surprise your folks, orders,
bucket of our delicious Ico Cream. W
pack oi dors for Ico Cream from 1 to 60
quarts in Patent Refrigerator Cans, war.
ranted to keep its delightful tlavorjaml
perfect form for many hours.
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
Our Fancv Cakes nro tho Favorite
with all tho Lndies of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES,
Imported fresh and in great variety by
Ring Up Doll Tolophono 1 82 or Mutual 338.
Tho Elito Ico Croam Parlor.
No. H5 I lot 1 Street,
Aro open dally util U v.m.
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