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Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Bank of Calllbrnla, H. U
And tbolr agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
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Ths Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand s Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, JVIc
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Transact a General Banking (Business.
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Bit mUMIiM for ths tuntit cf all.
FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1885.
MINISTER OF INTERIOR'S REPORT.
Tho Minister of the Interior's re
port, with its appendices, presented
to tbe'Lcglslature at the beginning'
Of this week, is a voluminous and
valuable document made volumin
ous by the variety and fullness of
the information it contains, and
valuable because of the important
nature of its information. Water
Supply for Honolulu, Sewerage,
Government Surveys, Postal mat
ters, Roads and Bridges, Public Im
provements, Suppression of Diseases
among Animals, and numerous other
matters affecting the public, arc
fully treated of, showing what has
been done and what is proposed to
be done. Detailed tables of the
expenditures in the various bureaus
of the department are appended.
This book is not only of value to
members of the Legislature, but to
every citizen who feels a proper in
terest in the country of his birth or
adoption, both for present enlighten
ment and future reference.
, A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
The discussions in the Legislature
on disputed elections reveal a pecu
liar condition of thought and a
remarkable course of action, which
men not accustomed to regard right
and wrong as questions of expedi
ency are amazed at. It would ap
pear that in one case electors ware
allowed to vole for a candidate for
legislative honors in a district of
which they were non-residents, and
in another case electors were refused
the right to vote for a candidate of
similar aspirations because they
were non-residents; and yet each
candidate is declared to be legally
and constitutionally elected to a seat
is the house, and entitled to sit
there until he wears a hole in the
chair. Two and two no longer
make fourl "What is right in one
place is wrong in another! Wise
men of ancient times held that what
was one man's meat was another
man's poison, and the wise men of
our day and generation have dis
covered that what is legal in Kona
is illegal at Ka&napali? The country
will next bo called upon to perpe
tuate the memory of these men of
mighty intellect to all time by the
erection of marble statues
A costly act more grand than good
'Jo carve In stono what lives In wood!
In the meantime we hope to be
pardoned the indulgence of a natural
and Constitutional propensity to un
mitigated contempt for every sem
blance of departure from justice,
honor, and the conduct of gentle
men. a BMBsar
EXTENSION OF KUKUI STREET.
The petition of residents of Hono
lulu, presented to the Legislature by
Hon. James Keau, for extending
Kukui street to Liliha street, in
volves a reasonable request. Whe
ther the money needed for that pur
pose can be spared from other more
pressing public requirements is an
other matter. Of the utility and
convenience to many residents and
taxpayers and to tho public gen-'
crally of the proposed extension
there is no question. Another street
is also needed, running at right
angles with the extension just now
referred to, commencing near the
Chinese Theatre, and connecting
King and School streets. A large
and populous tract of land is em
braced by Nuuanu, Liliha, King
nnd School streets, the inhabitants
of which have no means of egress
and ingress but narrow lanes, alleys
and disputed righta-o-way. The
. opening of two new streets through
this block at right angles with each
other, the one being an extension of
Kukui to Liliha street, and the other
beginning near the Chinese Theatre
on King street and ending near the
residence of Mr. Stillman on School
street, would not only be au incal
culable boon to the present inhabi
tants of the locality and a benefit to
the general public, but would tend
to increase the population and en-
hanee the tnxnblo value of the pro
perty of the district, so that the ex
penditure involved in opening and
making these new streets would pro
bably return to the treasury in a
reasouablo time in the slinpc of addi
tional revenue. This iew of the
case is entitled to consideration by
the committee to whom the petition
TuinTY'Nnmi pat continued.
TnunsDAT, June 17th.
Third reading of au act to amend
chap. 11, laws of 1882, amending
sec. 498, Civil Code, relating to tax
ation, educational and judicial dis
tricts. The bill was considered by
paragraphs, amended in several
places, and passed.
Third reading of an act to provide
for inquests of fires. An amend
ment was made, to add "cnnefleld,
land, or forest" to "house or build
ing," as subjects of inquest in case
of fire, and the bill passed.
Third reading of an aet to add a
new section to the Civil Code, to be
entitled, "Section 128 A.," to restrict
the granting of licenses in Honolulu.
Tho bill passed, the new section
reading ns follows: "Section 128
A. The Minister of Interior shall
refuse to grant licenses for any busi
ness whatsoever except in fireproof
buildings, in that part of Honolulu
east of Alakca street and noith of
Bcretania street, if in his opinion or
discretion the nature of such busi
ness or the location thereof might
endanger the safety of the neighbor
hood from fire."
Third reading of an act to amend
sec. 12, of chap, 51, laws of 1881,
relating to the punishment for
cruelty to animals. An amendment,
to leave out the words making it
optional for the justice to sentence
to imprisonment "without" hard
labor, was rejected, and the bill
Rep. Thurston moved the house
adjourn till 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Rep. Kalua moved in amendment
to adjourn till Monday morning,
saying the Public Lands Committee
had a great deal of work to over
take. The motion carried, the house ad
journing at 4:25 till 10 o'clock to
morrow. FORTIETH DAT.
Fkiday, June 18th.
The Assembly was opened at 10
a.m., with prayer by the Chaplain.
Present: Hon. J. S. Walker, Piesi
dent, in the chair; Ministers Gib
son, Neumann and Gulick ; Nobles
Kuihelani and Parker; Reps. Keau,
Lilikalani, Baker, Kauhi, Amara,
Kaulia, Pahia, Kaunamano, Nahale,
Nahinu, Kekoa, Kalun, Aholo, Kau
kau, Dole, Kauai, Palohau, Kaulu
kou, Richardson and Kaai. The
minutes of last meeting were l ead
in both languages and confirmed.
Rep. Aholo presented a report
from the Finance Committee on a
petition from one Kailihakuma', to
be refunded $20.25 for taxes paid
twice on the same property. Com
mittee finds that the petitioner had
been taxed double for land in llnma
kua, and recommend that the above
amount be refunded. Report adopt
ed. Also, on a petition from one W.
L. Haau, for pay for his services us
election clerk, finding that the law
allows $5 a day and that the matter
can be arranged in the Interior De
partment, therefore recommending
that the petition be referred to the
Minister of Interior. Adopted.
Also, a majority report on a peti
tion from J. Haalo, for balance of
appropriation for mail carrier on
Oahu, 186G-G8, amounting to 81G0.
The committee find that the Postmaster-General
of that time had
made a contract with petitioner for
having the work done at $4 a week,
which had been paid him in full for
the whole time he was employed.
Therefore the majority recommend
that tho prayer of the petition be
Rep. Keau presented a minority
report, signed by himself, recom
mending that the petition be
granted, both for the reasons given
therein and because the Postmaster
General, when he heard that Haalo
had petitioned tho Assembly, imme
diately discharged him, nnd this was
the ninth session ho had petitioned
the house in vain.
Rep. Nahale moved the adoption
of the minority report, because of
the petitioner's importunity.
Rep. Kalua moved the adoption
of tho majoiity report. Because
the man is continually begging is no
reason why lie should be paid. Had
the appropriation) been made for
him personally, his claim would be
Rep. Castlo said if this petition
was granted on tho ground of the
petitioner's importunity, he should
himself at once draw up a petition
for money, lie moved the previous
question, which carried.
Rep. Keau spoke at length in un
interpreted Hawaiian in favor of his
report, being called to order by Rep.
Aholo for misquoting tho majority
The majorjty report was adopted,
14 to 5.
Rep. Kalua presented a report
from the Committeo on Public
Lands and Internal Improvements,
on n petition from WalluVu, pmy
ing Unit water pipes bo laid'froui
Wtilluku to Kalnilui, and that a
public building be ciectuil nt the
hitter place. Tho committee find
that the people of both towns are
anxious for a supply of pmc water,
and willing to pay 'for it; that Wnl
luku is tliu bccoml town in the Kini.
(loin in the amount paid in taxes
on personal and leal estate; that
tho business of Knhiilni unci the
revenue it returns fiom foreign
trade, have been increasing dm ing
the last six years, ns shown by tho
Collector-General's rcpoit; and, for
these and sanitary reasons, they re
commend that the petition bo laid
on the table for favorable conside
ration with tho Appropriation BUI.
Rep. Paehaolo moved tho adop
tion of tho report.
Minister Gibson moved it be laid
on the table for consideration with
tho Loan Act, which contemplated
similar public improvements. (He
afterward withdrew this amendment,
ns the adoption of the rcpoit would
lay the petition on tho table.)
The report was adopted.
Rep. Kalua presented a report
from the same committee on peti
tions to increase the pay of the mail
carrier from Lihue to Hnualel to S7
a week ; to establish n post olllcc at
Wainpoa, and that the mall be
opened at Kaunnkakni ; recommend
ing that they bo referred to the
select committee previously ap
pointed on the pay of mail carrieis
and postmasters. Adopted.
The same committee leported on
all the other petitions and lcsolu
tlons referred to them, asking for
appropriations for public buildings
and improvements throughout the
islands, recommending that they be
laid on the table for consideration
with the Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Thurston moved, in amend
ment to a motion to adopt, that the
rcpoit be returned to the committee,
because it neither gave the house
any information on the matters in
question nor made any spepific re
commendations based on informa
tion. Rep. Kekoa supported the posi
tion taken by the member for
Rep. Kauhi thought an investiga
tion by tho committee would not
make much difference, as the mat
ters would be deferred anyway until
the Appropiiation Bill came up.
Rep. Kalua thought the com
mittee was tight in leaving these
matters for discussion by the whole
house, when they could be venti
lated more thoroughly than was pos
sible before the committee, and the
intioducers of petitions would pro
bably be better satisfied by tho
action of tho house than by any
thing the committeo could do in tho
Rep. Castle said tho question hav
ing arisen, it might as well be dis
cussed now as at any other time.
Committees in a deliberative body
sucli as this were intended to be the
working members the hands, feet
nnd eyes. It -was due to this ptac
tice of delegating details to com
mittees that the legislative bodies
of Great Britain and tho United
States held their sessions at lute
hours of the day. Kvcry petition
represented a grievance or a le
quirement that should be investi
gated, and committees were calcu
lated to more conveniently and
expeditiously perloim this service
than tho whole body. He gave ex
amples of tho immense amount of
work done by committees 'of tho
American Congress, contending that
the houses themselves could never
accomplish all that was done by that
means. If tho select committee to
investigate tho charges recently
mado nguinst tho Attorney-General
of the United States, with relation to
tho Pun-Electric Tclephono, had
brought in n similar report to that
submitted by tho Committeo of
Public Lauds this morning, the
Senato would have spued it out of
its month. This committeo could
probably bo sufoly challenged for
not hnving examined a singlo wit
ness in any of these important mut
ters submitted to them. Tho house
must depend upon that committeo
for specific information when asked
to vote money for public improve
ments. Ho hold in his laud Uushing's
manual of parliamentary practice,
and supposed one-fourth or there
abouts of that work was taken up
with instructions to committees.
According to rule 82 of thisAssemly,
this book was their book. It was
none of tho committco's business
whether thero was money in the
treasury sufficient for tho improve
ments asked or not, but it w as for
them to ascertain if tho public woiks
in question wero requited. There
fore he supported tho proposal to
return the report to the committee.
Rep. Knulukoit was in favor of
adopting the report. While the re
marks of lion, members wero all
right, yet tho committee could not
make the investigations demanded
of them, in most cases, without
personally visiting tho localities, or
having civil cnginecis sent to rcpoit
upon tho matters for tho commit
The report was adoptod.
Rep. Kuulukoti moved tho house
take n recess till 1 :30.
Rep. Brown moved that tho house
ndjouin till 10 o'clock Monday
The motion cairicd, tho house
taking a recess from 12:12 till 1 :30
AFIHST.OLASS ASSISTANT HILL
INEU at thu
POPULAR MILLINERY. HOUSE,
67 tf N. S. Sachs, Proprietor.
"inni ,,i"'f)jn'tfjw'wffitj,'-,'J'y' '.
The Biottm JLnundry
WAUO.NB "III delivn Mill collect
clnthis n ii-iml,
67 4 Q I.U. OAVKNAOIl, I.w'cc.
iToTb. F. NOTICE.
Meinbrrsof Polynesian Kn.
i iiiiitiU'iit jSn. 1 mi' pni ti.
ci 1 1 l riqtii'-le I in hi' p u-
fill lit llll- lOU" 1 1' Alio I L'
'I III". ISNKN.IsO nt 7 0
o' 1 ok, ii- 'lie Kl ciliiii of
" 'lilt it will l.e held, Tor
.INO A. I'W.MKH.Mjrli.i'.
llmiilulii. .Ittiiu 18, 18 0,
WO CHONG &"eo.
SINCE the great Are wo have been
No. 41 Maunakea Street,
where wo aio now prepared to till nil
orders entrusted to us. Upon the com
pletion of Mr. Ascon's now brick build
ing, we have arranged to occupy a por
tion of tho same. We respectfully soil
clt a share of public patronngo and
guarantee satisfaction to all who may
give us.n trlul. 57 lni
Tho undersigned has received Instruo
lions to cell at public auction,
On SATURDAY, Juno 19th,
at 12 noon, nt tho International Hotel
Premise, corner of Nuuanu and Hotel
street"., a lot of very fine
lu different size Diodes. Also,
A Lot of Lumber,
be put up in
Lots to bint
The Trade S'llo of Stock of Messrs. A.
S. Clcghuin iV Co. will be'eontinued
SATURDAY, Juno 19th,
at 10 o'clock, a.m., nt our S ilusroom,
when we will sell
WHITE AND BROWN LINENS,
A Largo Assortment of Jow elry,
Hats and Cnp, Blankets,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
Regular Cash Sale.
At 10 a.m , at my Snlcsioom, I w 111
at public auction, u Line of
Dry G-oods, Clothing,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp Chimneys,
Argylu Hunters, Grocerle-,
Fine Tuulo Peaches and Pours,
Hags No. 1 and 2 Sugais, Watches,
Clocks, Jewelry, Pistols and Gnus,
A Lot of Old and Itnrc Books,
Cigarettes aud Tobacco,
Very Handsome BV Bedroom Sets,
Book Case, Ath Bedsteads, Tables,
Chairs, Sewing Machines,
Pictutcs, Now Spring Mattrusscs,
Koa Crib and Bureaus,
ft Handsome Phaeton.
J. LYONS, Auct'r.
By order of J, F. Hnckfcld, Adminis
trator of the Eiinto of Conrad Mcnke,
deceased, wo have, been directed to sell
lit public nuctton, at our Salesroom, in
On MONDAY, July 12th,
at IV! o'clock, noon, of that day,
If not previously disposed ot,
400 Shares in the
of numuuln, Hawaii.
The total Capital Stock of the Humuula
Sheep Station Co. amounts to 1,000
failures at inc
Par Value of $ 1 00 each.
The Company owns tho valuable sheep
ranch bltuate on the slopes of Mauna
kca nnd Mnunaloa, known ns tho Iluinu
ula Sheep Stntinn; the total nreaof land,
held under a Uni-e fiom thu Crown Coin,
mlesloncr for an unexpired term of
about 22 years, is ICO.OGO acres moro or
less, a huge pnitof which Is beautiful
pasture laud; there aro
About 18,000 Sheep
more or less, also a Inrgo number of
Horses and wild Cattle on thu lnnds.
Tho Share will bo sold with piivllege
to tnko 00 to 400 Shares.
The aboo snle U mndu for tho pur
pose of settling the estutu of sail) C.
Menkc, deceased, and will bo -without
figy Thu teims of tho sale aro Cash.
For lurthir pnrtloulnrs, apply to J. F.
Hnckfcld, at the olllwu f Hnckfcld &
Co., Honolulu, or
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
nnnE gymnahium premises on
A Fort street, lot 08 feet by 105 feet,
Building 80 feet by 84 feet. This is a
very deairnblo place for a private rcsi.
denco or Lodging House, and will bo
sold at a reasonable Ogurc. Inquire of
Treasurer Honolulu Athletic Associa
on or Trade
IliiiiulaSliw Station Co
lUHf 'u,.ui J. ' ' -1 "
Valuable Lonsca of
Vy in !ci ii A i OniNwIiM E q,
we will ill mi nl lie a ciloi,, nt our
Sul mih in Q (in sli eel,
On SATURDAY, Juno 19th,
ill Vi o'clock, 'iioou,
of the fellowlug pKc.s ul Lund, lor a
term of 15 years:
Lot No. 1,
Bltuatcd on tho new street, running
from Maunakea street to tho river, as
per Government plan of the Burnt
Dlstilct. This lot hoi n frontage of
07 feet on the new street, and
of from 21 to 0 feet.
L oUSTo. 2,
Shunted on the now stieet, adjoining
Lot No. 1, having n frontngo of 24
feet on the street nnd u depth of 48
Lot No. 3,
Situated on MnuniiKcn stiect, having
n fr ntngo of !!1 ftet on the ttrect, nnd
73 feet creep.
Tlie nl oe nre nil desirable building
lots for Mores, and are oultlilo of the
TEUM& Kent payable quarterly in
ndvancc Lust-co to pay Tnxcs and
Z3T I'lnns of thu property run be ci'ii
nt the unction lomn.
For further particulars, applv to A .1
OAKTWKIOHT, Sr., or to
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
fi5 St AuttliuiciTS.
By order of J. F. Iliu-Klelri, IVq., Un
duly appointed Asilmieuof tho I!. mk.
rupt E-Unte of T. K. Olarku of Kipahulu,
Muul, ntllng under authority of tin or.
tier of the Supremo Court dated June 8,
1880. wi'iitcdlieeted Iom-II nl l'ubllo
miction, ut our Salesroom, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 19, '80,
at 12 oMock, noon, of that day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of the said J. F. Hnckfcld ns such
Assignee, of, lu nnd to tho
situate ut Kipahulu, Muul, heretofore
belonging to thu said T. If. Clarke.
ThoMiid Plantation poinprl'os nlout
1000 acres of Land' in feu simple, anil
about loot) acres ot l.c iscil J.nuil ; then'
arc about 7 8(0 acres of Land available
for c.ino cultivation; about Ignores of
Plant Caiio and about 140 iifrt- of J and
S Kaltoons are now (rioulug foi the
next ciop to conic aff Iioin. niy. Diccm
her, 16P0, to u!oui.Mn, 1 $7. There
132 head of Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 Yearlings,
35 Cows with 27 CalveB,
3 Mules, 10 Horses nnd some
on thu Plantation all branded TKC, also
Ahout 11 Bullock Carta,
2 Mule Carts, Plows -and
other Implements & Tools
generally used on n sngnr.plantiition.
The larger part of the Cane, when har
vested, can be convened in the mill by
tin in Ing.
There ha t-ood'sulMiinlial landing
bridge, in which the Plantation liolilt- a
half luturost. Also, a Donkey Engine
nud Incline, track connected With the
The I'liintation is In good running
order and a new crop is being put in nt
BS5 The icrms of the Snlo arc CASH,
nnd ihe Deeds are at tho expense of the
For all further particulars applv to
J. F. IliickMd, Honolulu, oi tooSCAH
UNNA at Klpuhulu, Maul.
E. P. ADAMS
Trustee's Sale !
By order of A. J. Ciirtwri):lii r Un
duly appointed Eu'cuior ami i u-'ee
the last will nnd testament of hniuia
Kaleleonalatii, deceased, nnd tindei
license of tho Supreme Couit of the
Hawaiian I!undf, silting us a Couit of
Piobato. we ute direettd to t-cil at pub.
lie miction, at our Salei-room, in Hono.
tho Gth Day of July, 18SG,
at 12 ji. of that day, all the rlght.J title
and Interest of tho said A. .1. Curt,
wrlght, Sr., as tuch Executor nuilTin-.
Icons aforesaid, anil all the right, title
and interest which thu said Emma Kn
lcleonalnni had at tho time of her de
cease, of, in nnd to that certain piece or
parcel of land, known as tho
altuatc in the District of Konn, Itlnnd of
Kauui, nnd continuing an
Avon of 3,000 Acres,
more or less, ns described in'ltoyal Pa.
tent No. 4013, Mahelo Aw ard 411,
at tho Upset Price or Sum of $22,000;
and uImi that euituln piece oi parcel of
land situate in Nuuanu Valley, Hono.
lulu, Island of Oahu, und known as
and being tho premises formerly occu.
pied by W. L. Green, Esq., as a private
02T For further particulars, npplyto
A. J. Cartw right, Br., or
E. V. ADAMS & CO.,
40 td Auctioneer!,
DAVIS & WILDER,
1MI OMLIIS AND DEALLKS IN
Staple k Mw Groceries, Proto, Provisions & Feed,
JJnvi: Kocclvod, per AiiMtrulIn.
California Fresh Fruits, etc., etc.,
Seiunn imw i mi m nclng with (hcrrlcs, to he followed by Apricot. Ponchos,
I'luinx, P M-c, O ii'i, Nh'IhHiim apples nc. Also, Cain. Freh Roll
luiiiu, Ki i' Ii Snlinoir.lt k ml, Mnellt, Flinders, O.lcry,
CnullUuwer, etc, etc.
Wootlliiwn Dairy Butter, 1-lb. Bricks, 05 cents each,
Other Island Dairies, 50 cents per lb.
XST Post emlng exceptional advantages In having a Refrigerator of nuperlor
cnpacliy, built ci" daily foi the purpose of pmenlng frrrb ar.d awe I thr TMri
ous delicacies witli whUli oui pniioii' me mj piled, e claim for our Butter the
llrft rcputntlon In the local ninikci.
A Complete JLIae ef
Fresh Groceries, Table Delicacies, etc.
Bran, Oats, Corn, Barley, Wheat, at lowest market rate.
Bptohl carp plvn to the fllllnir of T1nnl orders. Fruit shipped to th olhw
Mamie during the iin. Dallv dellvr rle to all parts of the city.
Walklkl and the Valley. ,
3P. O. Box 435; 33otli Tel.. 130.
Jerseys, !L.aoe, Shetland SliniAvl.
In rink, Blue, Red and White, just received, ex Zealand la, at the
Leading Millinery House
CHAS. J. FISHEL, Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
The Ladies of Honolulu nro specially invltul to enmo and imped my new
Stuck of .MI.OvtrKmbroldeiiea, Lace', Mixed Chambr ys in pink, blue, cream,
brow nnd gray, with Embroideries to match. Printed Lawns in "endless
variety. The (lnest line of Parabola ever shown In this cl t. Home
thing new in STRIPED BUNTINGS, the latest.
Red, While & Blue All-Over Embroideries,
with EDGINGS to match. Tho unost line of Trimmed and Untrlmmed Hati,
Flowers, Feathers, Ribbon, Orni nirntb. always on hand.
cuatAss. jr. fishsl,
The Leading Millinery House,
Cornei ol Fort
Grand Opening, For One Week Only !
Commencing Monday, June 14th, at the
Ladies' Bazar, 88 Fort Street
Having just rerelved a supply of Now Good", ronslitlng of seme of the Leadine
and Fashionable Sllcsof LADIES and MltSES HA18, 1 most respectfully in.
vlte thu Ludics to call and examine the same, also, a large line of
Corsets, Ladies & Misses' Hosiery, etc.
1 have nlso tho plenbtireof in oiminc the Ladles that I have been fortunate enough
to (.ccuio the services of one i f Ihe best and most favorably known Milliner of
San Fianci'-co, jud nrried by tho Zenlundia.
Will now have charge of the Millinery Department, she having for many vean
kept one ot the Inrgen Milllnorv Storen In K in Francisco, and being alio'well
kuown In II noliilu, I hope to obtain a share of patronage, and will guarantee
satiblneliiiu In nil ciisi-h.
EST Diehsm.iklng in nil its branches w'ill be attended to by mjielf. -t
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
Practical Confectioner, Fancy PaBtry Cook and Ornamentor.
RESPEOTI ULT.Y Infi mm the Public
that he lunudb to fuinlah, as soon
Creams, Fruit and Water Ices
practically known to him.
ii conMiim mi ppiy m mar ceieerntcd Uieam, will ttippl.t hh customer with moi
luuu hi. imiiuiuih Minis mncy i-reamH lootic rniiiy, bot.flltB and many more
liio nun i iiiiiH to mention hero, nil of which he has had practical fxprrlcncewith
nl the Iui eilal Courts of "Vienna nnd the lfojal C nfci tlimery of Bavaria." All
bteain.piiwtiOuade.ortlclcs in this line ate far superior to any hand-mude
FACTO HY AND bTC
I OKI'. No. 71 Hotel
Both Telephones, No. 74.
P. S.-Spcelal arrangements made regarding Price, for large order., which it
will bo unposblblo for any one else to compete with.
Vitbelino I' u re,
Vaseline Camphor Ire,
Vaseline Cold Creaaa, Y
VMellae Hair II,
Vaseline ewiag Xasfclae 011,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street. -
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dc Hotel (Street.
of Honolulu and the Island generally
as the net did appliances arrive, all the
a contiact with the Wondlawn Dairy for
Factory and Ornamental Conf.rtlonrr.
Mrect, between Fort and Nuuanu H