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BISHOP & Co., ISANK1C11S
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inland.
Draw Kxchango on llio
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And their oprntu In
NEW YORK, BOBtON, MONO KONfl.
Messrs. N. M. Rothch)ld A Hon, I, (union
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The- Commercial Hunk Co,, of Sydnev,
Iho Bank of Now Zealand' Auckland,
Chrlstoluueh, and WelllnKtou,
Iho Dank of British Columbia, JjVio-
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking .Business.
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Bat citaMIilicd for'th benefit of til.
MONDAY, .IFNIJ 21, 1K8.'.
Government partv is not
satisfied to be in an overwhelming
majority this session. It N not
enough that it should eonliriu two
or three member" in their scats con
trary to the Constitution and stat
utes. IJut as if it considered itself
a perpetual organisation, that p.vrly
is laying ulterior plans for the
future. During the absence of the
representative for Liliue and Koloa.
Mr. Dole, on Thursday last, Ills
constituency was rpuued of an im
portant section. There was neither
demand from the residents of the
district, nor reason on the part of
the gerrymandering clique, for the
alteration of boundary. Mr. Dole',
on the matter being reconsidered on
Friday, challenged the tamperers
with his district to show cause for
the change, but the only reply was
the dumb show of meddlesome
hands that confirmed the shabby
trick. Tlie tyrannical majority in
our Legislature show that they have
either not read history, or have
failed to acquire its lessons. Nas
cent politicians like Mr. llayselden,
Mr. lliehardson, and others in the
present house, would have a care, if
they only had the sense to profit by
recorded experience or the pre
science to see past their noses, not
to become too tensely inflated with
the insolence of passing power.
Moss will not likely gather about
their legislative careers before a
turn in the wheel of political for
tune will place them in a minorit1.
Suppose the' will then feel called
upon to resist any exercise of arbi
trary power, on the part of tho
majority against which they will
have to contend? How, in that case,
can they compose their faces in any
aspect of candor and ingenuousness,
to demand argument or reason for
the acts that they desire to prevent?
How poignantly bitter should their
remorse not be, again, supposing
they find themselves in a minority
through a sufficient number of oppo
nents being elected in violation of
law, according to the precedent
which they have just established at
the present session of the Assem
bly I In view of the future, the
majority had better "go slow."
A steward is a person entrusted
with the care and management of
another's property. All public ser
vants are stewards of the State.
Cabinet Ministers and other high
officials are stewards, and their sub
ordinates under-stewards. Tho
Legislative Assembly, who in addi
tion to the legislative function con
trols the public funds, is a State
steward. These views are a neces
sary 'corollary of the doctrine that
"the land is the people's and gov
ernment their creature." Without
a due sense of tho correctness of the
foregoing conclusions ministers,
members of parliament, and sub
ordinates are apt to be arrogant,
overbearing, oppressive, self-assertive,
careless of their acts, and reck
less In the use of the public reve
nues. A thorough realization of
their true position and of the
nature and responsibility of their
trust vill imbue the same class of
Individuate with a thoughtful spirit,
si carefulness in the disposal of
moneys which do not belong to them,
and a constant endeavor to expend
tho public revenue in a way to effect
tho greatest public good. A con
scientious and faithful steward is
more careful of his master's pro
perty than of his' own. A reckless
or dishonest steward may deceivo
his employsr for a scabon, hut ho
cannot for ever escape detection,
dismissal, and disgrace, A judi
cious and diligent steward gener
ally receives the reward of his merit
sooner or later and in some way or
utlier. It is for the stewards of the
State to consider carefully how best
to dispose of their master's money,
i. c. the public revenue, always re-
K1b' Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands, another, the Stale, and that they;'" pipes j tUot haupal.ocl.oc Do Uoninnttec was nomining .iiiom , n v d mi iU, A ff
momboring that they nrc acting ' for
another, the State, and that they
have no right to waste tho public
funds on useless and foolish objects.
If they act wisely and patriotically
their country "ill commend them as
"good and faithful civtints;'' but
if they play the toguo and the
spendthrift they will he ultimately
bundled out "neck and crop," and
compelled to "dig" or "beg."
TIIE TWO VERSIONS SHOULD AGREE.
l'xact agreement, as far as attain
able, between the two versions
English and Hawaiian of our laws
is of the first importance. These
laws are administered partly in one
language and partly in the other.
That is, some magistrates base their
decisions on the English version,
and otlieis, familiar with the Ha
waiian language only, render their
decisions in accordance with their
understanding of the Hawaiian ver
sion. The judges of the Supreme
Court, being foreigners, have no use
for the Hawaiian version. If the
two versions do not agree it h easy
to understand that two judgoi of
equal intelligence may leacli anta
gonistic conclusions based on the
same law, one being guided by the
Hawaiian and the other by the
English version. As a
matter of '
fact, there aie serious differences
between the two versions of some of
the session laws ol past sessions,
and this fact is sufficient to account
for sonic of the apparently erroneous
decisions of minor courts, which
have been reversed on appeal to
higher courts, l'roper care and at
tention at the time the laws were
being made would have prevented
discrepancies. The present legisla
tive session seems prone to follow in
the track of its predecessors. Several
disagreements in measuies under
consideration have been already
pointed out by members of the house
who are familiar with the two lan
guages. Others may have escaped
their notice, for it is scarcely the
duty of members to examine the
two versions. A competent and
reliable translator should be ap
pointed by the Assembly, whose
duty it would be to see that the two
versions of every bill agree, and not
leave the work to incompetent and
irresponsible men. No man is com
petent who has not a thorough know
ledge of the (wo languages. A full
knowledge of one, with a smatter
ing of the other, is not sullleient.
A. strictly accurate translation from
English to Hawaiian cannot in every
ease be made, but the sense can al
ways be conveyed by a paraphrase,
and this is what should be done
where a close translation will not
Monday, June '2lst.
.The Assembly met at 10 a. .m.
and was opened with prayer by the
Chaplain. Rev. J. Wainnmu. Pre
sent: The President, Hon. .1. S.
Walker; Ministers Gibson, Gulick,
and Ivapena; Nobles Wilder, Kaae,
and KauOa; Hops. Wight, Drown,
Kaai, lliehardson, Lilikalani, linker,
Kaukau, Aliolo, Dickey, Kekoa,
Keau, Naiiale, Kaulia, Paehaole,
Kaiilukou, Pahia, Kalua, Castle,
Amain. Nalunii and Palohau.
Hop. Brown presented a petition
from 2f residents of Koolauloa, that
the appropriation for the Govern
ment Survey be stricken off the Ap
propriation Bill, because all necessary
surveys of land had been accom
plished. Also, that SIS.OOO be
appropriated for building a bridge
over the Waimea river and making
necessary repairs to roads in that
district. Laid on the table, on
motion of Hep. Aliolo, to be con
sidered with the Appropriation Bill.
Hep. Dickey, a petition from Ma
kawao, that tho placo of holding
court be changed to Pnia, and that
$1,000 be appropriated for that
purpose. Referred to Public Lands
Committee. Also, that Makawao
have two representatives, which he
moved be laid on the table, as
another of the samo purport had
been presented, J -a id on table.
Hep. Castlo, a petition from Puna
with 77 signatures, asking that the
election in Puna be set aside on the
ground of fraud, etc. Referred to
the Judiciary Committee.
Hep. Kaulukou, a petition from
Puna, with 101 signatures, that the
house wnnhl not set aside the elec
tion of Hon. E. Jvekoa.
pension of the rules, lie
petition, which was a lengthy docu
ment. Kcterreii to mo .judiciary
Pep. Palohau, a petition that 8500
be appropriated for building a
hclioolliouso for an English school at
Anahola. Referred to Education
Rep. Kaiilu);nii, on suspension of
tho rules, read a petition from North
Ililo, that bridges bo built at Mail
lua, Ninolo, Mauimloa, Pahale, Ka
iwilahilnhi, und Kannnlihi; that
water bo conducted to Latipahoehoa
in pipes that I.aupalioclioo bo
mado a collection district, or port of
entry) that $1,000 be appropriated
for malum: a landing at Laupahoc-
hoc; that the courthouse at the
same place bo rcpaiicd and ieno
vatcd; that a railroad be built from
Hainakua to Hilo, and that the house
pass an act authorizing a loan of
$2,000,000 for the purpose, and that
coroners' jurors bo paid for their
services. Referred to Public Lands
Rep. Kaai, a petition from Kipa
hulu, District of Dana, with 200
signatures, asking for $500. to build
a courthouse and lockup at that
place, Referred to Public Lands
Committee. Also, one that two
polling places be made in tho Dis
trict. Referred to the Judiciary
Rep. Lilikalani, a petition from
Honolulu, with 200 signatures, Hint
licenses for selling beers be granted
outside of the limits of Honolulu.
Laid on the table to be considered
with a bill Introduced on the subject.
Rep. Kalua presented a report of
the Committee on Public Lands and
Internal Improvements, on a peti
tion from Puna that the road supcr-visor-in-chief
for that district bo re
moved, on one from llamakua that
the law providing for road super- ,
visors be repealed, on one fiom ,
Makawao and another from Kaana- .
pall that a road supervisor be ap- '
pointed in each of those districts, i
me committee recommend inai me i.
first and second bo laid on the table j
to be considered with a bill to repeal j
the law in question. They find, in
regard to the third and fourth, that
this house has no authority to ap
point road supervisors, and recom
mend that these petitions be laid on
the table. Adopted.
Sl'1'.CIAI. CHM.M1TTK.KS. "
Rep. Dole presented a report
from the special committee on taxa
tion bills, on a bill introduced by
Rep. Palohau, providing for ten
sureties more or less for the bonds
of tax collectors. They consider
the requirement to be "of a too in
definite character to make it a desir
able feature of our tax. law;" there
fore recommend that the bill be laid
on the table.
Rep. Palohau did not approve of
the report, because it hit him. In
stead of the bill being mixed, the
committee lie thought was mixed.
Minister Neumann,- for the infor
mation of the lion, member, said an
amendment had been put in another
bill, requiiing two sufficient sureties
Rep. Palohau was satisfied with
Rep. Dickey moved the report be
adopted, which carried.
Rep. Dole presented a report from
the same committee, on a bill. to
amend tho act of 1882, -by introduc
ing a provision for the payment of
road taxes to the school agents, to
be drawn upon by the road super
visor; also, that vehicles be taxed
only if used for amusement and re
creation, and that the tax on two
wheeled vehicles be fixed at S2.50.
They recommend that tho bill be
laid on tiie tabic.
Rep. Kauai said he had intro
duced the bill at the. request of peo
ple'ot his district. It was believed
that in having the road taxes sent to
Honolulu, they were lost in great
patt to the people who paid them
for the purpose of having the money
spent on local roads. The taxation
of brakes was also felt to bo a hard
ship. Rep. Dole, in reply, said if the
member for Waimea introduced an
act to reduce the taxation on brakes
he would support it.
Reps. Keau, Kauuamano and
Aliolo each made remarks, after
which the report was adopted.
Rep. Dickoy gave notice of an
act to fix the place of holding court
in Makawao district.
Also, a resolution that $2,000 be
appropriated for improving the
building of the East Maui female
seminary, which he moved bo re
ferred to tho select committee on
educational items. Carried.
The same member presented the
following resolution :
"Whereas, Article. GO, of the Con
stitution, provides that the Repre
sentatives of the people shall be ap
portioned by the Legislature accord
ing to the population, and
"Whereas, the representation lias
become very unequal by reason of
the shifting of the population since
the last apportionment in J 808 ;
"Therefore be it resolved, that a
committee of three shall be appoint
ed to divide the Kingdom into
twenty-eight election wards or dis
tricts of nearly equal population,
each of which shall have tho privi
lege of electing one member only,
and report tho same to this house
for its action."
Rep. Dole offered an amendment
that the committee report to next
' Rep. Castlo called attention to
the existence of a special committee
I to consider bills relating to election
i laws,'and moved tho resolution he
referred to that committee, wliiefi '
Minister Gulick read a first timo
an act to indemnify tho Minister of
Financo for various expenditures
Rep. Brown said that in the
indemnity bill of last session tho
Minister of Finance was required to
report to this session a detailed
statement of the expenditure of
$5i,G82.(i!5 for Government build
ings and hospitals.
Rep. llayeeldcn said the Vinaiico
Committee was examining thoso
Rep. Brown said the bill required
the Minister to present them to the
Minister Gulick referred the lion,
member to tabic 0 of page 20 of the
Minister of Interior's report, for an
account of the details in question.
Rep. Dole gave notice of a reso
lution to amend the rules of the
house by adding a new rule.
The same member presented the
following resolution, which was
"Resolved, that His Excellency
tho Minister of Finance be request
ed to furnish to the Assembly, on or
before Thursday next, his written
answer to the following inquiries:
"1st, How much rice was entered
in the Custsm House from tho Jap
anese steamship Yamashiro Moru on
or about the 17th June, 1885?
"2nd, What other goods were
entered from the same steamer at
the same time?
"3rd, Whether the said rice or
or other coods were entered free of
duty, and if was paid on any of said I
goods, upon what goods was it paid,
and to what amount?
"lth, How much rice was entered
in the Custom House from the steam
ship City of Pekin from Japan on or
about the l-lth February, 1880?
"."ith, What other Japanese goods
'were entered from the said steamer
at the same time?
"0th, Whether the said rice or
other goods were enteied free ot
duty, and if duty was paid on any
of said goods, upon what goods was
it paid, and how much was paid?
"7th, If no duties have been paid
upon the said rice and goods brought
by the said two steamships, or if
duties have not been paid upon a
part thereof, to whom were such
goods, upon which no duties were
paid, delivered, and who received
the benefit of such release of duties?
"8th, At what prices was saitl
rice entered at the Custom House?"
Rep. Brown, revetting to tho mat
ter about which lie had just been
enquiring, said that the amount of
which details were given in the Min
ister of Interior's leporl did not
seem to be the same as that men
tioned in the act of indemnity.
Hep. Kaulukou said lie rose to a
point of order, and moved that the
house take a recess till 1 :30 o'clock,
which carried, the house rising at
rpo PURCHASE, within 1(1 minutes'
X walk fimii lliu roat-Olllcu, a
PIKOK OF LAND with or without
filt Hi ' 6. U.,'J1HSQFFUE.
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND of One
Dollar per Shirn will lie p.iwilde
on the Capital Htoek of the People's lee
it Rerrlgeintor Co on WEDXK-DAY,
June L'lliil, at the Compunj's olllue.
GO U V. K. FOSTER, Ti ensui er.
X OTIC E.
AS complaints have leiched mc of
late from tome of my nibtoiners
thiil thuv ran nuiehusu Hawaiian. nuide
Soup cheapur than I have Loirii celling j
it, I beg lo stale Unit J. Have always
transacted my business in fair mid
straightforward way, charging the same
price lo nil alike, and Felling a' a
moderate late; and al Ihe same time, 1
would inform my customers and Ihe
public, that from and after ibis dale my
price will bo 7 per 100 lb.
T. W. UAAVLINS.
Honolulu Soup Work. I.eleo, Hono
lulu, June iilst. t'J
ROOMS TO LET,
CI LEAN, cool, cnmfoitalile, furnished
' Rooms lo lei, at modciale rales, at
1)8 ami 100 Hotel sliect. irt J m
New Church Building Fund
on Nuuanu Avenue,
At liulf.pnat 7 o'elockV
Piano Duct Alia, wiili Variation!
Mra. A. K. .ludd and Mrs. Dillingham
Vocal Solo MisR Anna AiiHtin
ltuniltng Mt8 K. V. Hall
Vocal Holo MUs.leunlu Grieve
Piano and Piute Duet MIsh Kiiiiiic
and Mr. Moim. ,
Dialogue Dolly Dick and Dicky Dot..
Iiidn WcH and Ail.i Whitney.
Voo'il Solo Pciler limy. .Mr. C. Dickey
Auction Sale of two Kill boatti, tho
work of Mr. T. A, Thrum, thu proceeds
to go toward tie.) new Chinch Pund.
Eei'reBumenta Ico Cream and Cake.
C2T Thin entire programme for 25 cents
Coma everybody and bring all your
friomU. l8 at
A PIHST.CLASS ASSISTANT MILL.
I'OPULAK M1LL1NEHY 1IOUSK,
67 tf N. S. Sncln, Proprietor,
Hv older of J. F IlaekfoUl, Atlmlnli.
Irntiii f the Esinlc of Conrnd Mcnke,
decoded, wo have heen directed to acll
nt puultL nuiilion, at our aaiorooin, in
On jIIONDAV, July IBtli,
at l'J hVliH'k, noon, of that day,
If not pievionly dlspo-ed ol,
400 Shares in the
The total Capital Stock of the lliitnuula
Sheep Station Co. ninouiiH to 1,01)0
Shares nt the
Par Value of $ I OO each.
The Company owns tho valuable sheep
ranch situate on the -lopes of iMnuiin
ken and Muunaloit, known us the Jlumii.
ilia Slurp Million; tin; total areaeC land,
held under n lciwo from tho Ciown Com.
nilMlnncM for an nncxplied term of
about year, is 100,000 ucio, mote or
lew, u huge part of wlileli U beautiful
pasture liiudi thcie are
About i 8,000 Sheep
more or hi"?, also a huge number of
llorEU-tnml wild Cattlo on the lands.
The Share will bo sold with privilege
to take ,M) to 100 Share.
The a hove Mile h made for the puv
poe of t-ultllin: the estate of s,ihl C.
Jlenke, duceiiM.il, and will l,e without
jQrThe leinw of the sale ai'e C'iih.
Knr.lurtliui' imiilruluii-, apply to .1 V.
Hiiekfeld, at the office of Efiekfcld .v
Co , Honolulu, or
13. I ADAMS & Co.,
f,7 eodj Aiieiloiicurs.
Ilv order of J.F. flackfeld, Kso., the
dlll appointed Axslnltee of Ihe ll-inl.
I inp't Jv.li tc ot T. K.Cliukoof Kipaliulii,
.Maui, iicilng under authority ot an or.
, tier of Ihe HiipreniM Court dated .Tune S,
188D, i iireilliectcd lo sell at I'uliHo
auction, at our Salesroom, In Honolulu,
On MONDAY, .Inly 11), '8(5,
at 1L' o.li ok, noon, of that dny,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of (be said .1. F. Hiiekfeld at such
Assignee, of, iu and to the
situito Ml Klpahulu, Maui, heretofore
belonging to tho said T. K. Clarke.
The said Plantation comprises at out
IDOti acres of Laud In feu simple, ami
about IfiOiJ acres of I.uased Land; thcru
are a bout 7 SOD acres of Lund available
lor enuo cultivation; ahou'i 120 acres of
Phial Cane and about HO acre of 1 and
2 Walloons ino now eiowing to,- the
ue.M ciop to come oil' trom, sav, Decem
ber, I8S0", to about .May, 17. There
132 head of Working Cattlo,
2 Bullo, 27 YearlingB,
35 Cows with 27 CalveB,
3 Mules, 10 Horses and some
on the riaiuation all branded TKC , nl?o
Aboutll Bullock Carts,
2 Mulo Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
generally used on a ugnrplalation.
The burger pari of Iho Cane, when har
vested, can be conveyed to the mill by
There U a good MiliMiinlliil lauding
bridge, in which the Plantation holds a
half intercut. Also, a Uonkev Knginc
and incline tiack connected with the
The Plantation is in grol tunning
order and a new ciop is being put in at
CSr The terms of the Sale are CASH,
and the Deeds are at I lie, uxpeunu of the
For all luilher paiticular.s apply lo
.1. V. HacUfeld, Honolulu, or lo OSCAR
UNNA at Kipnhulii, Maui.
E. V. ADAMS & CO.,
55 til Auctioneers'.
Trustee's Sale !
Ilv order ot A. .1. C irlwrichl. Sr.. thn
I duly appointed E-cculor anil 'I nistee of
! the hint will and testament of Emma
Kalcleonalani, deceased, and under
liccimc of the Supreme Com I of tho
Hawaiian Ilatid!, tditlug am a ( ourt of
i'lobato. we aie dlrcoied to i-eil at pub.
lie miction,; at our Salesroom, in Hono
tho titli Day or .Inly, 188(5,
al IS m. of ihat dny, all the right! title
anil intercsl of tho tmid A. .1. ('ait
wrighl, b, as such Keciitor iunlkTiiis
lea iih afou'said, anil all the right, illle
and interest which ihe said Kinma Ka
Icleonalaiii had al the lime of her dc
ciasu, of, lu and to that certain piece or
pin eel of laud, known us the
situate Iu the District of Kona, Inland of
Kauai, and containing aa
Art'ii of a,000 AcrcH,
more or IctH, us described in Royal
tent No. -jnili, Maliele Award 43,
nt tho Upset Price or Sum of $22,000;
and also that eeHaln puco or piiicel of
land situate la Nuuanu Valley, Ilono. I
lulu, Island of Oiiliu, and known ns
and being the premises formerly occu.
pied by W. L. Green, Esq., as a privuto
NT For further particulars, applyjto
A.J. Cartwright,Sr., or
E. I. ADAMS & CJO.,
41) td Auctionocn.
IMPORTERS AXD DKAM'.KS IN
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Profliice, Provisions & l'cei,
I-Iiiy rCooelved, per A.uMlriilln,
California Fresh Fruits, etc., etc,
Season now eoimneiieiiig with Cliciilw. lo be followed by Apricots, Peaches,
Plump. P.aia, Grapen, Nectarines. Apples, etc. AUo, Cala. Fre-h Roll
Putter, Fresh .Salmon, Iloe.U Cod, Smelts, Flounders, Celery,
Ciullflowcr, etc., etc.
Wowlluwii Dairy Butler, 1-U. UrJU, ifi nonta uuuli,
Other Island Dairies, HO cents nor lb.
CSf" 1'oMe'flinp exceptional advantages iu having a Refrigerator of superior
cupiiollv, t mil t Hfpiclull) forihe purpose of preferring fresh and sweet the vnri
oii3 ilelleai Ich with which our patrons are mppllrd, we claim for our Huller tho
ftrpt reputation In ihe local market.
A Complete. Iiinu of
Fresh Groceries, Table Delicacies, etc,
Brau, OaU, Com, fJarley, Wheat, at lowest market rates.
Spcelul chic circn lo I fie tilling of Island orders. Fruit shipped to the other
IMiuuls during Ihe ki.isoii. Dully deliveries to all parts or the city,
Wiill.iki and the Valley.
IP. O. Box 435; JBotli Tel., 130.
la I'ink, Itlue, lied and White,
CHAS. J. FISHEL, Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
The l.adlc of Honolulu are tpeclally Invited lo come and Inspect my new
.Slock of All-OvcrKmbioiderieH, I. nee-", Mixed Chnmbi iys iu pink, blue, cream,
blow (.ml gray, with Embroideries to match. Printed Lnwns In endless
variety. The llniM line of Para'oli ever shown in this chy. jomu.
Iliing new In STRIPBD JJUNTINOH, the latent.
Red, White & Blue Ail-Over Embroideries,
with F.DOINOSlo match. The llucst line of Trimmed and Uutrlmmed Hats,
Flowers, Kiathers, Itlbbonx, Urniiments. always on hand.
chas. .r. jissiajGL,,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner of "Fort.
Grand Opening, For One Week Only !
Coimitonciitg- Monday, June 1-tth, at. lite
Having just received a supply of Now Goods, consisting of some of the. Leading
und Fashionable Styles ot LADIES and MISSES IIA'J S, most respectfully in-
vlte Ihe Ladies to call and examine the tame, also, a large line of
Corsets, Ladies' & Misses' Hosiery, etc.
1 have ulo Iho pleasure of iutoriniug the Ladles that 1 have been fortunate enough
to secure the service of one of the best and mosi favorably known Milliners of
Sun Francisco, just arrived by tho .calandia.
win now nave cnargo oi uic Jiiinncry
kept one of tho laigcst Millinery Stores
known in Honolulu, I hope to obtain a
now have charge of the Millinery
one of tho laigcst Millinery Stores
:aiittiau!iiu in an eases.
1ST Dtessmaking iu all. Its branches will be attended to by myeelf. -XjSfl
?' . MRS. J, ' LYONS, Proprietor.
Practical Confectioner, Fancy
KESPEOTFULLY Informs iho Public of Honolulu and the Islands generally
' that be intends lo furnish, au soon as Ihe n'eidcd appliances arrive, all iho
Different Creams, Fruit and Water ices
piactlcally known to lilm. Having madoa contract with the Wondlawn Dairy for
I a t'ousiaiii supply ot uicir ccioeratca
than llliy dilleient kinds l'flnoy Creams, 'lootie Fruity fionlllesaud many moic
too nuuid'ous to mention here, all of which lie has had piactical cxpcricncc-willi
at Hie Imperial (Joints ol Vienna and the "lloyal Confectionery of Uavarla." All
steam. power-made ai tides in this line mo far superior to any hanil.tmide.
Proprietor Pioneer Bit-am Candy Factory ami Ornamental Confectioner.
FACTORY AND STORK No. 71 Hotel btreet. between Fort and Nuuanu Sti.
Both Telephones, No. 74.
P. S. Special arraugpinenls mndu regarding Prices for large onion, whch if
will lie impossible for any "lie else to compete with,
ChosolMi laiufacturiiii Compy's
VuNelMo Camphor Ice,
ViiHellno Culil Cecum,
VuNflluu llaii (Ml,
ynnell"c. KmyhiC 3lneiliic oil,
Hollister & Co.,
,1. ac. "Wixonm
no H a u
i-mnra or loripc
Just received, ex Ceutaudla, at the
Ac Uool HtroctM.
8 Fost Street
Department, she having for manv vea
In S-tn Francisco, and being also'wc
Department, she having ror manv vears
In Sin Francisco, and being also 'well
bhare of patronage, and will guarantee
Pastry Cook and Ornamontor.
oiciini, win suppi. ins customers with mom
109 Fort Street,