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SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 188G.
Ilk 'I'vcoon from Newcastle
Sluir Likellko fioni Kahiilul
Htnir .Mokolll from Molokal
Schr .Malolo from Lanpahoehoc
Schr Wiilinnlu fioin lloiinmii
Schr Wntchu from Kauai
Schr Wnloll from Hllo
Schr Hob Roy from Kunlati
Schr Mlllc .Morris for Lanal
JJk C O Whltinore for San Francisco
Stmr Santa Maria for San Frnticlco
VESSELS LEAVING OH MONDAY.
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Stmr, Ms I Dowsett for Pala
Schr Malolo for Liiupahoohoi'
Schr Wnlmalii for lloiiomn
Schr W'aloll for llllo
Schr Walclm for Kauai
Schr Roh Kov for Koolau
Schr Noltlo Men 111 for Lahalnu
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Hope, l'euhallow
Tern W S Bowno, Paul
Bktne Amelia, Nun hall
Bk Calbarlen, Hubbard
Uk Apollo, Groth
JJk Ohas 11 Kenny, Kalilcr
Bgtno North Star, .Moreiiouo
From Knhulnl and by-ports, per stmr'
Llkcllko, March 27 V F Johnston,
MrsBaiba and child, Mm Schroder,
Mrs Ilabylon, MrTrrlta, Mvi, J r Dow
sett, CTA1 and wife, T dandle and
wife, '.I Chinese and fit) deck.
For San Francisco, per stmr Santa
Maria, March 27 MUs L Wleke, Henry
Lawson and II L Thelon.
The tern Ko An Hon Is coming with
cattle and lire-wood from Hawaii.
The bktne Amelia Is on tho Marine
Hallway being cleaned. She will be
The bark 0 O Wliltniorc sailed to
day for San FrancUco with 10,110 bags
of sugar and 1,020 bags of copra. Value
Stmr Mokolll brought 220 sugar, GO
molasses, 110 sheep, 1(J cattle, and 15
The steamers Kluau and Iwalanl arc
duo hero to-morrow morning.
Tho Brit, bark Star of Devon Is sup
posed to bo 70 days out from Newcastle,
X S V, with coal for this port, and tho
J A Falkenberg l5 days out from tho
Tho bktne Discovery Is dally expeo
ted. She Is supposed to bo M days out
from San Francisco.
ThoW S Bowno will all for San
Francisco about Tuesday next. She re
ceived 2,250 sugar from tho schooner
Malolo this morning.
Tho bgtno North Star arrived yester
day, 08 days from Newcastle, N S W,
with 507 tons of coal to Irwin & Co.
Sho Is docked at the Esplanade.
The bark ChasB Keuny, Cant Kalilcr,
arrived yesterday, 03 days from New
castle, N S W, with 1.-4S0 tons of coal to
Irwin & Co. She Is docked near the P
M S S wharf.
Schr Wnloll brought 030 sugar from
Hllo this morning.
The Canute which left hero last Fri
day week arrived at Hllo on tho follow
Schr Malolo brought 2,250 sugar from
Tjupahoehoo this morning. She ic
celvcd that amount of sugar in 10 hours.
The captain reports light winds.
Sclir Walchu brought 025 sugar, 80
lice from Haualcl. Sho was seven days
coming on account of calms.
Stmr Llkcllko brought C.KSO sugar
The Santa Maria took 7,310 bags of
sugar, 1,000 b,igs of rlco and a few hun
dred bunches ot bananas for San Fran
cisco this afternoon
Roman Catholic Cathedral.
High mass at 10 a. si. Vespers
4;yo l'. t.
Fout Stheet Ohuucii. Rev. J. A.
Cru.au, pastor. Sunday school at 0 :45
A. si. Preaching by tho pastor at 11
A. si., subject, '"Christian Steadfast
ness." gTho evening liiectiii will be ad-
Uresscu oy Jir. win. nouio.
Bethel Union Chukoh. Rev. E.
O. Oggel, pastor. Preaching 11 A. si.
Subject, "Mary." Sunday school, at
0:45 a. si. Lcxsou, Quarterly Review.
Mr. S. D. Fuller will deliver an addre-s
on tho subject of tho "Boys Brunch of
the Y. M. C. A.," and a collection will
bo taken for the benellt of tho Y. M. C.
Y. M. O. A. Young Men's Bible
Class In the parlor at 0:15 a. si., con
ducted by tho Geucr.il Secretary. Mr.
"Win". Xoblo will address a union chil
dren's meeting In the hall at :i i si.
At 0:30 r. si., a meeting will do held at
the corner of Hotel aud Fort streets,
weather permitting, otherwise the
meeting will bo In the hull.
St. Anuukw's CATiir.mtAL. Fht
congregation. Services conducted by
the Bishop of Honolulu: Holy Com
munion, 0:30 a. M.; choral celebration
with sermon, 0:30 a. si.; Sunday .school,
11 a. St.: evening prayer, with cate
chetical address, 0 v. si. All scats mo
Second Congregation. Rev. Ceo.
Wallace, A. M., Pastor elect. Morning
prayer, with f-crnion, 11 :15 a. St.; even
ing prayer, with sermon, 7:30 v. si.
.Sunday School meets at 10 A. si. In tho
Puliation Preparatory School building.
.Seats free at all wrvlces.
The Royal Hawaiian Rami will
play at JSinmu Square at -1:00
o'clock this afternoon. Following is
the programme :
Overture Sllvana y,i,
Cavatlna The finite.. Bellini
Cornet Polka-Calbarlen (now). Michlcls
Wultz-Goldeu Shower w wuiciuci
mm uazw wiiWmw wmAM sovQtffou, si, ; auriuv,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEW8.
Tub (Into of "Tho Volcano" urticlo
on 8th pngo was March lClh.
Mil Jlillis has given three perform
ances at Wnihtku to full houses.
Hit. llonri McOrow linn returned
ftoni tho other islands in improved
A new piece, by Mr. iMiiiiiels,isou
tho programme of the Band concert
Tun schooner Rainbow has taken
Mr. C. M. Cooke's well-boring inii
chincry to Laic, this island, for use
Tin: Ivilaucii llou has taken thiee
1-ton rollers to tho Kohala Sugar
Plantation, from the Honolulu Iron
Jin. Fishel'H invitation to tho open
ing of his uowspiing goods, t.o-day,
is drawing tho ladicH to his place of
Tut: Ladies' Bazaar, No. 8 Hotel
stitct, opened its doom to-day, anil is
already attracting tho ladies of
Jilt. J. 0 Carter was met on his
way to the Volcano on Wednesday
morning, and will likely bo homo by
tho Kiiuiu to-morrow.
The quarterly exhibition of tho
Sunday schools connected with Kan
makapili and Kawaiahao Churches
will ho hold to-morrow morning, in
tho lespcctivo church edifices.
Orncr.u Marcos has made another
successful raid on an opium den in
Smith street. Tho drug was found in
possession, and threes Chinamen now
stand charged with that ollcnee.
JIu. T. G. Thrum will return from
his visit to tho Volcano by tho Kinaii
to-morrow. Ho was suil'eriug from
n sovoro cold at tho Volcano House
when last seen, hut was not laid up.
A nr.siDKNT of Kona District, Ha
waii, brings to town reports of heavy
earthquake shocks in that region.
Stone fences were overthrown, while
tho people in terror fled from their
Tin: bid of $5,000 by tho Govern
ment for that portion of tho Kanoa
estate at tlto corner of Merchant and
Richard streets has been accepted,
and tho purehuso completed. Tho
buildings and fences aro to bo re
moved. i ie-.
Tin: steamer Santa JIaria will take
this evening, for San Francisco, 4,507
bags of sugar, whipped by Schacfer &
Co., 2,100 by Davies & Co., and GUI
by Castle it Cooko. It is not definitely
known whether the Santa JIaria will
lcturu to Honolulu or not.
Kaipimlkhu, tho " Hawaiian
Dwarf," who visited England about
15 years ago with Jlr. G. Riseley,
ciuno to Honolulu this morning, by
the schooner Waichu from Kauai.
Kuipualchu is between 40 and 50
years of age, and is getting grey.
Tin: party uiven last evening by
tho Hon. S. G. Wilder, at his resi
dence, in honor of Jliss Nina Adams
aud Jliss Grace Eldridge, was a largo
and delightful one. Dancing, agree
ablo conversation, and feasting com
prised tho programme.
A uecei'tion will be given at Oahu
College to Mrs. S. L. Mills on Monday
evening, March 2!)th, at 7:30 o'clock,
to which aro invited all her former
pupils, cither hero or in California,
together with her personal friends,
and also those who aro especially in
terested in tho present work of tho
The W. G. Hall took 3,095 bag of
sugar from Pallida, plantation on this
trip, and would havo got over 4,000
had sho tho room on her return to
Punaluu, on Wednesday morning.
Jlr. Peter Lee, superintendent of tho
Company's shipping department,
handled that largo amount of sugar
in remarkably quick time.
The brig North Star and tho bark
Charles I). Kenny left Newcastle, N.
S. W., on tho same day (Jan. 10th),
for this port, with coal. When at sea
thoy separated and saw nothing of
each other until thoy both arrived off
this port yesterday afternoon after a
passage of 08 days. Tho Konny is u
lino American built vessel with
ample passenger accommodations,
and will probably load sugar for tho
. m .
Shoktly before three o'clock yes
terday afternoon a native named Ke
kuhii'ia mot with a serious accident
near tho Hawaiian stables, Palania
road. Ho was driving a wagon, when
his horse becoming unmanugcaUo
dashed tho vehicle against a tolo
phono post. Tho man was thrown
out, and his head striking a stone re
ceived a largo gash on tho loft side,
while tho shock completely stunned
him. Dr. J. 11. JIcGrow being called
fotuid that thu injuih'H though sovoro
we're not fatal.
A iiousri with a cortugatcd iron
roof has boon erected on South Point,
Kona. Hawaii, to shelter a collhi con
taining the remains of an ancient
chief hitherto resting in a cuvo at
that place. Nativo reports have it
that this service of veneration was
perfoimcd at tho importunate behest
of tho former owner of tho bones,
speaking through a mysterious voice
to a resident of tho locality. The
dollln was fust provided, it is stated,
but the bones kicked out of it and
wouUUbu satisfied with nothing but a
mausoleum, It is suppoBOil the ex
imiiMwmntmnimrwumwiflWwiiiBij mnmnirmwr!! it nfWw " '' n ' ,i"
pense is homo by tho leglelatlvo api
propriatiou of .$10,000 to the Board
I'ictuiik Frames and Cornices
inado to order; a largo variety of
Mouldings to select from and at
prices to Mtit all. King Bros.' Art
Stoic, Hotel street. 7(i fit
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
TimitsiiAY, March 25th.
Before Judd, C. J. Jlrs. Jlnry
K. C. Johnson vh. John Johnson,
both of Honolulu. Petition for a
separation, on tho ground of ex
cessive ami habitual ill-treatment.
The case was partly heard, ami con
tinued till 1 o'clock r. si. to-morrow.
J. A. Magoon for plaintiff ; L. A.
Thurston for defendant.
In re Kstato of Queen Emma, de
ceased. Jlr. A. J. Cartwright,
executor and trustee under the will,
appears aud (lies before the Court a
petition praying for confirmation of
the sale of vaiious lands held on
JIarch 23rd, together with the
auctioneer's return of tho same mid
affidavit as to regularity of sale, all
of which being found in due form,
the Court confirmed the sale, as
prayed for, and authorized said
executor to execute and deliver
deeds to tho several purchasers.
Tho gross proceeds of sale aro
828,075 ; expenses of sale, includ
ing auctioneer's cominis3ions, S833.
37, leaving a balance to be applied
to debts of the estate of 827,811.03.
The prices realized arc pronounced
to havo been beyond expectation.
Cecil Drown appeared for tho ex
ecutor. In re Estate of Paul Kanoa, de
ceased. His Excellency P. IV Kanoa
and Jlrs. Kahanaauwai Kanoa, ad
ministrator and administratrix of
said estate, appeared before His
Honor the Chief Justice and filed
their petition, praying for confirma
tion of the sale of that piece of
land situate on King street, lately
the household of the deceased,
which said sale was held on JIarch
23rd instant. The petition and the
usual allldarits were examined, and
being in conformity with law, the
Court confirmed the sale and author
ized deed to the purchaser to be
executed and delivered. The Ha
waiian Government was the pur
chaser for tho sum of 85,000. The
expenses of the sale were $105.75,
leaving a balance of $1,831.25 to be
applied to tho debts of the estate.
W. A. Whiting appeared for peti
tioners. POLICE COURT.
Satuhdav, JIarch 27th.
Lu Kim, violating express
Kcawe, Kawai and Keliikuewa,
assault and battery. Kawai pleaded
guilty, and got hard labor 3 days
with costs $1; the others were re
primanded and discharged.
Gavin Smith, assault and battery
on Kilia (w.), $0.20.
The federation of British Columbia
with the Dominion of Canada has
had the best effect in developing
the material resources and well-being
of that Colony. Considerable pro
gress has now been made towards
the completion of tho Vancouver
Island railway and dry dock, and
there is a notablo increase in the
amount of agricultural laud taken
up during 1885. There has been a
gold-mining "boom," fresh indus
tries have sprung into' existence, and
new buildings erected in Victoria to
to the value of nearly one million
dollars. By tho completion of tho
Canadian Pacific Railway a portion
of the carrying trade from Europe
across the Continent of North
America has already been diverted
from tho old routes through the
United States. Lines of steamers
will also shortly run between the
terminus at New Westminster and
India, China, Japan, and Australia,
thereby shortening the distance to
the first-named places by nearly
fourteen days. It is no exaggera
tion to state that in the near future,
when the resources of this extensive
region shall have been fully devel
oped, the towns of Victoria and Now
Westminister will prove formidable
commercial rivals to San Francisco
and other cities on the Pacific coast.
Tho trade of tho Colony is in a pros
perous condition, and indications
point towards a healthy and activo
business during tho present year.
Clay county, Alabama, is tho scat
of great Jformou triumphs of late.
Jlr. Landers, a preacher of Oak
Ridge Church, which he used as a
school during tho week, entertained
a jrormon Elder two years ago and
allowed him to preach on Sunday.
Tho result was tho conversion of
Landers' . wife and son to Jlormon
ism, to tho chagrin of the deluded
father, who left the county. Later,
the Jlormon Elders, who had in
creased in numbers, wero requested
to leave, but declined defiantly, say
ing thoy wero ready to spill their
blood. They havo now converted
about the entire population of Shin
bono Valley and warn tho peoplo
not iu sympathy with them to leuvo
in thirty days. Sovcral stioh warn
ings aro now out. Tho Gentiles re
taliated one night last week by
gathering around tho. house of Elder
llariisou and notifying him that ho
should not continue his work. Tho
next day the Elder's boh bought a
supply of ammunition and Harrison
had stuck up on tho trees this
notico; "Come to our house another
night and some of you will cat
breakfast in hell next, morning."
Deserted homes, separated families
and friends changed to bitter
enemies aro some of the results al
ready accomplished by Jlormonistn
THE EICHT-HOUR MOVEMENT.
The eight-hour movement is as
suimniiig vast proportions in Chicago
and promises to be general among
wage-workers, both organized and
unorganized. Already the Brick
layers' Union have decided to stand
for eight hours' works at eight hours'
pay on JIny 1, 1880, as recom
mended by the Federation of Trade
and Labor Unions of tho United
States ami Canada, and as thoy
.number 4,000 men, in fact, all work
ing at tho trade in Chicago their
demand is likely to be acceded to.
The Plasterers' Union, numbering
some 1,500, have taken like action,
so also havo the latlieis, carpenters
and all the building trades. The
Cigarinakcrs' Union have also de
cided to make a stand for eight
hours, and the Typographical Union,
numbering some 1,500 members,
ycsteiday decided to fall into line
and woik eight hours from and after
Jlay 1st, and invited other Printers'
Unions in tho country to co-operate.
The general feeling among working
men seems to be to accept eight
hours' pay for eight hours' work,
and manufacturers and employers
generally do not seem to strenuously
object to their proceedings.
JAPAN'S FIRST PARLIAMENT.
The constitutional changes in
Japan may appear somewhat ob
scure to tho ordinary reader, un
versed in tho mysteries of far
Eastern politics, but they may bo
described in a few words. In 1890
the th st Parliament of Japan is to
be elected, and in order to prcparo
for representative government it has
been necessary to sweep away the
Supremo Council of State, which has
hitherto practically ruled the coun
try under the Jlikado himself. The
heads of departments will now form
a Cabinet, each member of which is
directly and personally responsible
to the Sovereign. Tho German sys
tem is taken as tho model to bo fol
lowed as closely as possible, although
it may bo hoped that the Japanese
Premier may get on betcr with his
Parliament than Prince Bismarck
does with tho Reichstag. Pall
THE PRESIDENT SPONSOR FOR A CHILD
Detuoit, Feb. 27. A novel event
occurred at the German Lutheran
Church this afternoon. The Presi
dent of the United States stood
sponsor, by proxy, for the child of
one of the humblest families of the
congregation. ' The occasion was
the outgrowth of tho wish of Carl
Dcttloff to observe an old German
custom, that of doing special honor
to the twelfth successive male off
spring in tho same family. Tho
church was packed. Tho President's
representative was Congressmen
JIaybury, duly appointed by a letter
from the Whito House. A sermon
in German was preached by Rev.
Emll Darknorth, in which ho said it
was a glorious thing to live in a
country whero the President did not
feel above standing sponsor to the
child of a poor man. The affair
passed off quite pleasantly. S. F.
ONIONS AS A SOPORIFIC.
Whether onions havo a soporific
effect upon all persons must lie de
termined by the use of them. Tho
lamented Frank Buckland found
them beneficial after mental fatigue,
followed by sleeplessness. Onions
prepared by tho following method
havo afforded relief to many persons
suffering from insomnia. To eacli
quart of onions allow a quart of cold
water with half a tcai.poonfiil of salt.
Let the onions simmer for two hours.
Drain them thoroughly when cook
ed, and let them become quite cold.
Jlix one tablespoonful of butter with
ono tablespoonful of Hour, adding
salt aud pepper, aud pour on the
mixture one pint of boiling milk,
stirring constantly. Put tho onions
iu the sauco and set them on tho fire
until thoy boil. S. F. Bulletin.
Why teach a girl to speak several
languages, when as a wifu she can
talk him bald-headed with one?
It is quite likely that some ono
will ask you the difference between
Jerome Park and the natives of the
Fiji Islands. If so, you can answer
that one is a race course and the
other a coarse race.
rpiIE iindcriicned havlnc been
X pointed an Asslguco of the Estnto
of E. O. Rowo of Honolulu, Oahu, a
Bankrupt, all perrons indebted to said
estate uru hereby notified to nay tho
samo Immediately to the undersigned.
8Q lw W. 0. PAHKE, Assignee.
mm m, im
IVEHY Horse Owner's Cyclopedia,
-i trcii'ing of DIcnsos nnd flow to
Cure them; the American Trotting
Horso; Breeding and Training, and
Hcconls of Trotting ami Itiinnlng
Stock. UOO Illustrations and Engrav
ings, by Stoiiehcni;o and oilier eminent
men. Sold by mibocrlpllons.
85 .1. M. OAT, .m , & CO
The White House,
Corner Thliil mid llouuril HI ft..
SAN KIIANCISCO, CALITOUNIA.
:ri-H. .rniuoN rx Avmt,
Formerly of the While House, Nuuami
Avenue, 'having purchased the St. Law.
mice House, at the above address, con.
tiining "0 looms, nil beautifully fur.
uislicd, iu sullen and single, offers many
advantages to travellers to nnd from tho
Islands. Tho house Is locattd but three
squares fiom tho Palace and Baldwin
Hotels. Terms very moderate. fS5
COTTAGE TO LET.
Iu Palatini, near Mr. J. I.
Dowsctt's residence, that clc
cant Collate hitherto occu.
pied by tho owner, John Hobollo, with
lino llowcr and fi nit garden, stables,
etc. Terms favoiablc. water connect.
cd with tho grounds. Apply to
84 lm I1YMAN 11HOS., Queen Su
JOHN B. GrOUGKH'S
Last Literary Production,
11 Platform Echoes,"
Sold only by subscription. John A.
Palmer, solr agent for tho
81 Hawaiian Islands. Iw
Tho pplcnclhl now American
AV. S. HOWNE,
Will havo quick despatch for tho
I2f" For freight or passage apply to
F. A. fc-OHAKFER & Co.,
8 ( tf Agents.
By order of .1. W. McCandlcss, Esq.,
wo willhcll in public auction, at the
resilience, on Qiircn Street, next to Gov.
eminent Building, on
WEDNESDAY, Mar. 31st,
the Household Furniture, consisting of
B. "W. Bookcase,
BW M T Table, ICoa Table,
BW Carpet llockeis,
!) Light Chandeliers,
BW Parlor Chairs,
French Jlarblc Clock,
Bll Welrat Bedroom Set,
Oak IScdroom Set,
Mattrasse-, Mosquito Nots,
Storo FIMu'cj, Crockery,
Bath Tub, Hay Cutter, Meat Safe,
And a Lot of Fowls.
81 Ct E. P. ADAMS & CO., Auct'rs.
BY n Competent Seamstress (Portu.
guesc) a situation with a prlvato
family, or Dressmaker. Apply to
M. A. QONSALVKS & CO.,
r7 Hotel Street. 72
TTAVING been appointed solo Agent
New Zealand Butter,
the first shipment having Just arrived
per s.s. Mararon, I have the same to
oiler in quantities to suit at unusually
low rates, hi packages of 1, 2 and 7 lbs.
hermetically scaled Tins. This article
Superior- to any I3ultei
hitherto produced or offered for sale In
LEWIS J. LEVEY, Sole Agent.
7 lm 40 Queen Street.
IT affords us treat pleasure to testify
that wo aro highly sntlstled with
the Intcr.Island Steam Navigation Com.
pany's route to the Volcano. Wo be.
iieve It to bo tho best and most convent
cut, and havo much pleasure iu rccom.
mending it to tho notice of intending
tourists. Wo have looked over the
pamphlet written about this roud, and
ovcrvtliim: slated in tho samo fully cor
responds with tho reality, without being
MEDOREM CRAWFORD, Oregon.
ABE BKOWN.Snn Francisco,
ABE L. BROWN, Snn Francisco.
Piumluu, Feb. 21. 188D. 03tf
Haw'n Carriage Munf'g Co.,
E.O. Hull & Son,
Inter.lsland S. N. Co.,
Wihlcr's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Wiilluku Sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokei.
33 Merchant Street, 101 )y
To WiiltiliiAiikttrl & Ships
STOLEN from Cnptnln Mist's veran
dah, Niiuunii Avenue, an ANE.
ROID BAROMETElt, makers' nnmes,
Negrettl & Znmbrn, London. 84 lw
STRAYED or STOLEN.
YOUNG PEACOCK (male), (all
very short, nnd very liltlo feathers
on neck. Tho finder will bo rewarded
on returning tho same to
77 tf A. FERNANDEZ, King Btrcet.
MONTHLY, or longer If dc
tired, a largo Furnhhed Cot.
tacc with 0 rooms. Bath
house and frch wnter shower bath.
Sea bathing. Situated at Kiiplolnnl
Park. Mutual Telephone in tho house.
Inquire of G. West, of West, Dow &
Co. 73 tf
NEW YORK LINE.
WH. GROSSMAN & BRO., 77
Broad Btrcet, N.Y., will dcs.
patch on Al vessel In this line, on or
MAY 1C, 188,
Orders should be forwarded by steamer
of March liJth, to insure shipment by
tills opportunity, or not Inter thiin April
0th. CASTLE & COOKE,
And in fact Everybody is Delighted
with the Justly Celebrated
Elite Ice Cream
mndo from pure Woodlawn Dairy
Go and surprlso your folks, order a
bucket of our delicious Ico Cream. Wo
pack orders for Ico Cream from 1 to fit)
quarts in Patent Refrigerator Cans, war.
ranted.to keep Its delightful flavor and
perfect form for many hours.
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
Our Fancv (Jakes aro tho Favorite
with all tho Ladies of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES,
Imported fresh and In great variety by
Ring Up Bell Telephone 182 or Mutual 338.
The Elito Ice Cream Parlors.
No. 815 Hotel Street,
Aro open daily until 11 i'.m.
St'm Candy Factory
No. 71 HOTEL ST., between
Nuuanu and Fort Sts.
Has always on hand the largest Slock
of Candies, both Plain and Fancy, irimr.
autecd to bo STRICTLY PURE
AVIioIcmuIo mitl Keluil.
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of a Twenty Years' Reputation, all
Sizes always on hand, ornamented
lu any Stylo.
Pastries of All Description Made to
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh every Day.
Bell nnd Mutual Telephone, No. 74.
P. O .Boi No. 75. 1(18
Crystal Soda Works,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aeintcd Waters of
nil kinds, Fruit Syrups and Essences.
We Use Patent stoppers
in all our Bottles.
Wo Invito particular attention to our
Patent Filter, recently introduced, by
which all waters used In our manufac
tures is absolutely fretd from all lm.
Wo deliver our Goods free of chnrgo
to all parts of the city. We gunrnnleo
our Goods in bo tho best In the market.
Careful attention paid to Island Orders.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Box !!07, Honolulu.
Hell Telephone : : 208
Mutual Telephone : 330
t3T Orders left with Benson, Smith
Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will recelvo
Wo, also, aro Agents for the sale
of J. W. Hlnglcy'H
188 of his own manufacture,
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