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THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 1887.
Fein nary 17
Biltlsh baikGlcugabcr fioui Llvcipool
Sehr Wnloll from Kuiiu
Stinr Wahdculo for Walnnue, Kilitttcn
in id lluimlcl, nt noon.
Stinr C 11 Ulelio for Kapna and llmia-
iniuiln, :it !i p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ilk Drotllng Sophia for Mexico
Stun- V O Ilnll for Maul mid Hawaii
Hchr Miilolo for Hiln
Sehr Wnloll for Kuan
The bark Laily Lampoon Is dlsehnig
Imr at Drew cr'fln half.
ThoOco C l'ui kins Is inooicU attho
Tho bchoonur Wnloll takes i"0 tons of
coal to-morrow for l'ala, Maul.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Hope. Pcnliitllow
Ilk Sonoma, How cm
Ilk Drottnlng Sophia. Svcnssou
Ilk C O Whltinoie, Thompson
Ilk Lady Latnpson, illusion
Ilk Zolla, McKay
Jlktuo Geo 0 l'uiklno, Ackcriuiui
Bktno Kato FHoMiiL'cr, Young
Bktno W II DlmonU, Swift
Am bktno S N Cnstlc, Hubbard, fiom
Port lllakuly, duo hero Deo lGth, to
C.istle & Cooke.
Am bark Tlmour, llicwcr, sailed from
Uoston, Deo 17, due May 1-20.
Ainwhbnik Hunter, Geo W .Tcnks,
from tho Lino Island-i, duoMinch 10-31.
Am bark Kllkltat, It D Cutler, from
Port Townsend, W T, duo Fobiuary
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
Haw sehr General Selgel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-110.
Haw baik Thos K Foster, F W Kugg,
from Victoria, 11 C, duo December
XorbaikPC Patcrsen, from New
castle, N S W, duo February 1-20.
German bark Hcicules, .Ics. Schacfer,
& Co. sailed from Glasgow, December
18, duo April 30.
At the residence of tho bildo's par
ents, Pauoa, by tho llov. .T. A. Ciuiin,
.Tames F. Noble to Cornelia, second
daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Claiko.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Honolulu lUiles drill this even
ing. Thkkr'h somo tall; of a blue-iibbon
baseball club this season.
A itEWAiiD is ofl'eretl for two rub
ber coats, lost on February tho 2nd.
Tkn o'clock to-monow morning is
the timo for the steamer Hall's de
parture to windward ports.
The Reformatory Cadets aro burn
ing and scraping off the paint from
Tun advertising columns of tho
Bw.MvriN ajo an excellent guide for
persons in want of cottages.
Tm: cclcbiated St. Raphael Wine
constitutes a small invoice just re
ceived bv Messrs, F. A. Schacfer &
The regular monthly mooting of
the Y. M. C. A. will bo held in tho
.parlors of tho Association this even
ing; nt 7 :30 o'clock.
e ' m m i
On Satuiday next, somo useful
articles appertaining to horseman
ship, will bo sold by Messrs. E. P.
Adams & Co.
Tub Leading Millinery Storo of
Chas. J. Fishol, enumerates tho fine
.line of now goods to bo placed on
silo next Satuiday. See ndvt.
Lqnuon papers advertise an instru
ment which is strapped to persons
o keop thoir mouths shut. Tho
little machines are intended only for
those wjio snoic.
The mail despatched by tho Po&
nillnn nor stiMinishin Australia, ves-
teida"y, consisted of 11,011 lotteis,
weighing 811bs. o.,, and 1,321 pa
pers, weighing 2101bs, Co.
Mibb Floronco Wado and" Mr. 11.
AHeyno, who have a high leputation
nu itotiess and nctor in comedy, with
two or threo others, have intimated
their intention of coming heio by thu
next stoauier from Auckland.
The Popular Millinery House of
Mr. Sachs, 101 Fort stroot, gives an
outline programme of now stock in
' to-day's lluu.Krw. "Prices lower
than over," is tho concluding sen
tence. . .
A water pipe has buist on Mer
chant strcot opposite tho Post Olllco,
and iv stream of water is issuing
thorcfiom, traveling itB way down
Knahumanii strcot and emptying
itself into a drain on Queen street.
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'Ht. Andrew's Fijoiy School has re
cently lec'eived a giant of .2,000 fiom
tho Hoard of Education, out of tho
appropriation of .$20,000 mado by tho
Legislature for repairs and pcimaucnt
iniprovomonts to hoarding schools.
Ik these times of dull trade and
scarcity of cash, it is leficshing to
llnd someono with money to loan on
moderate terms. Tho now law linn
of Smith, Thmston and Kinney aio
in this position, as may bo seen by
It is pleasing to note that Pilot
Babcool; has recovered fiom tho
efleotH of his sudden immersion on
Tuesday last, and is again able to at
tend to his duties. It was a narrow
cscapo for him, as ho remaikod to a
friend this morning, "I was till but
Mn. Hamilton Johnson ia moving
his wino establishment to tho storo
next uboYP Mclntyro Hros., Fprt
strcdl, where an elovator is being put
Tin: British bark Glongaber ar
rived this afternoon lfi7 days from
Liverpool, to Messio. Da vies it Co.
She had seveic weather in rounding
TliEiti: was a distinct smell of binn
ing cloth on Merchant street this
morning, and nearly ovoi.v man who
got a Whiff of the smoke felt to as
certain if his matches woio afire.
Cattain Hahcock bought a now
whale boat fiom Captain Pierce this
morning for $200. Tho damaged
pilot bo.it was bought by Mr. Dower
for .f 30. Captain Habcock had the old
boat for about 8 years.
"llv tho bark Ceylon, now duo fiom
San Francisco, is expected u new
donkey engine, to dischaigo vessels
nt tho wharves. This donkoy will
hao iv nine-inch cylinder and iv
twelve-inch stioke. It will bo u hori
zontal cngino with a vertical boiler.
Tin: tailoring goods recently pur
chased in England by Mr. L. 11.
Kerr in poison, are expected by tho
Australia on her return. Thoy should
luivo been hero by her tho last trip,
but wcie delayed through some
bungling on the part of tho English
A societv to be called tho "Catho
lic Altar Society" was formed yes
terday by a few ladies who belong to
tho ltoman Catholic Church. Tho
following ladies woro elected to fill
the icspcctivo olllecs: Mrs. John M.
S.iss, Piesidcnt; Miss Tuck, Vice
President; Mrs. G. J. Waller, Secre
tary j and Mrs. J. Bowler, Treasurer.
Mr. Gonsalvcs, the photographer,
has just completed the printing of
an excellent set of views from the
lava ilow of 1887, nil of which aro
now on view at his studio on Fort
LATE ARRIVALS AT THE EAGLE
Mr. J. D. Paris, Jr., South Kona;
Mr. E. C. Newell, San Francisco ;
Mr. Chas. Campbell, Steamer C. K.
Bishop ; Mr. Walter Badger, Steam
Mr. W. O. Smith went to Kauai,
by tho steamer Waialcalc, this noon.
After a long confinement to the
house, it is pleasant to see Capt. J.
II. Brown about town once more.
Judge Fornander has been pro
gressing very favorably since his
return from Lahaina.
MORE EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS.
Mr. C. N. Spencer writing from
Ililea, under ilate of February 12th,
says: "We liavo had a few quakes
during the week, and I presume will
continue to have them for some time
At the store of M. Melnerny,
comer of Fort and Morchant streets,
may bo seen tho finest selection of
Very Elegant Stylish Black Goods
over shown in 'this city. Black
dress coats, vests and pants. Black
frock coats, vests and pants, all very
stylish. Custom made work. Any
persons needing such goods should
call and inspect these and satisfy
themselves. The prices aro very
moderate for such choice goods.
Call and sco them.
At King Bros., Hotel street, arc
three pictures for His Majesty the
King. Two of tlio pictures repre
sent fairy land, while tho other is a
splendid photograph of tho late
Princess Likelikc. Tho three are
surrounded by blue plush, several
inches deep, and aro within splendid
gilt frames, At the same plnco
may also bo seen a fine painting of
Diamond Head, by Mr. Barnslleld,
who is at present very ill at Lunalilo
Mr. J. Austin, acting for Mr. J.
Vira, is having tho place, formerly
occupied by J. J. Mcuutliy's bil
liard tables, turned into a cosmora
ma. Three hundred photographs,
about H by IA inches size somo trans
parent, were received from London
by the last steamer. These pictures
cmbraco highly interesting viewi,
and when lighted by reflectors and
magnified by lenses, tlicir splendor
will bo greatly enhanced. This cos
moraina will bo open to tho public
in a week or ten days.
A STABBING CASE.
A Jolcpliono mesBagg wa,s received
at the polico fiendquarters that Capt.
McGregor, of the schooner Manu
okawni, last evening, ot tho house
of Mr. Kuaii, Piinaluu, Oahu, had
stabbed one of his sailors. The
man's name is Kamaina. Ho was
stabbed in the left sido just below
tho rogiou of tho heart. Marshal
Kaulukou, on hearing of tho event,
telephoned his deputy at Punnlmi,
Mr. Knuaihilo, to take caro of tho
sailor, and a little beforo noon, to
day, called up tho doetor nt Kane
olio to go to Piinaluu, at tho same
timo telephoning his deputy to come
to meet tho doctor on tho way. At
that timo, tho sailor was in a very
critical condition. A warrant has
been taken out by tho Marshal,
from tho Polico Court, for tho arrest
of tho captain
ANOTHER WRONG LETTER.
Referring to tho article which ap
peared in tho columns of tho Bul
letin on Tuesday last, on thu sub
ject of "A Wrong Letlcr," there is
another good practical illustration
in last evening's paper. Under tho
hcadingof "an oddity," a Chinaman
is repi cscntcd as having shouldered
bag of "mails" on the wharf and
started off around the island with it.
"Nails" was the word mitten, but
tho typo thought by substituting an
m for an n he would add to the im
portance of the item.
A QUIET WEDDING.
A quiet little wedding occurred
at a quiet little spot in Pauoa Volley,
last evening. It was at tho resi
dence of Mr. F. L. Claiko. The
bride was Miss Cornelia Clarke,
second daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
F. L. Clarke, and tho bridegroom
Mr. J. F. Noble. Tho Kcv. J. A.
Cruzan attended to tio tho nuptial
knot, nnd performed that interesting
ceremony in a pleasing and impres
sive manner. Excepting the officiat
ing clergyman, none but members
of tho family were piescnt. The
occasion was one of peaceful plea
sure and quiet happiness to all.
May unalloyed felicity bo tho lot of
the newly married couple nil through
NEWS BY THE WAIOLI.
The schooner Yraioli, which ar
rived tiiis morning from Kuan, beat
the schooners Mary and Canute
going up. The Waioli, on her ar
rival at Kunu, received orders to re
turn to Honolulu to have a new
spur wheel made at the foundry for
the Haiku sugar mill. The schooner
landed her freight, and without
waiting for sugar came to Honolulu.
The spur wheel of the two-roller
Haiku mill broke this week and the
mill has suspended grinding. It
will take fully two weeks to cast thu
new wheel. The Haiku mill which
broke had been running night nnd
day, and the accident occasions
considerable loss of time. Tho
other Haiku mill, three rollers, is
still in operation. During the up trip
of the Waioii the vessel was stiuck
by a heavy sea which cariicd "away
the binnacle and compass. The
captain saved himself bj' grasping
tho main sheet. The schooner also
lost her jib in the squall.
A DOC STORY.
Yesterday there was a miniature
dog show at the Police Court which
occupied His Honor neatly the
whole day to decide who was tho
owner of a mangy pup. The plain
tiff, Kuhclehima, claimed the owner
ship of a certain pup. at that time
in possession of Mr. Goo Kim. To
substantiate his claim lie produced
seven witnesses, alj of whom sworo
they know the pup by its mother.
Goo Kim, however, produced an
other mother, the property of Ascu,
which was admitted to be tho cor
rect mother, hence Goo Kim was
declared to be tho owner of the pup,
Ascu having presented it to him
somo months ago. There is nothing
very remarkable about this case,
but it goes to show how some peo
plo will swear for tlio sako of a
mangy' pup, and to what expense
they will put themselves. The costs
in this case were $8.90.
This evening, at 7:30 o'clock,
Elder Will D. Curtis, of Topeka,
Kansas, will conduct a meeting in
the lecture room of the International
Missionary Society, Fort street.
This will bo tho first meeting of a
series which Mr. Curtis proposes to
hold daily at the samo hour and
place. His themes will bo : Expo
sition of the Prophecies ; Coming of
the Lord; European complications
in tho Light of tho Bible ; Tlio Sab
bath; United Stales in Prophecy;
Spiritualism; Man's Nature aiid
Destiny; Origin and History of
Satan ; Bible Sanctillcation ; Faith ;
Repentance and Baptism.
In the discussion of theso he will
givo special attention to tho subject
of experimental and practical re
fllflltnw 'I ill inl,. tliia itin.iiiiiw
Vllivi-l j. vii, vaiil una mui llllij,,
received a telophonio tncss.igo fiom
tho upper Makiki Valley that an es
caped piisoner was making things
lively thero in a house occupied by
some Chinamen. The prisoner was
armed with a sword or somo weapon
capable of doing duty for one. The
Chinamen had pTomptly got out ot
his way. Four troopers, Puaahiwa,
Waihinalo, VVaipa and D. Star
Kapu, the first three of whom ifro on
tho regular mounted polico squad,
were despatched at once to tlio spot.
On coming' up with tho piisoner a
strugglo ensued, in which Puaahiwa
was thrown on his back, tho prisoner
standing over him witli tho sword
pointed at his tin oat. Tho oilier
policemen came to tlio rescue, when
the convict mado a lunge with Ids
weapon at Star Kapu, striking him on
the loft hand and nearly cutting off
tho thumb. All four officers closed
with the belligerent, captured and
secured him, and brought him home
in triumph. Tho prisoner is Lias,
a natlvo of Panama, and was under
a six months' sentence for vograncy.
Marshal Kaulukou acknowledged tho
services of tho officers by handing
thorn a reward of twenty-flvo dollars
The Cliiucso Government intend
to 'send' u commission toicpotton
the social relations of Chinese sub
ject in British Colonics,
Seven Chinamen up for gaining,
were remanded to the 22nd, and
one of the same nationality, up for
nssault and battery, to the 21st. A
nol pros was entered for Chun Kum
Quon, charged with gross cheat.
John Kliliui was mulct in line and
costs for violating express regula
tions. One line of Sl.'l for drunkenne?.
The Chinaman, O. W. Yce,
charged yesterday, with stealing
coal from tho foundry, was dis
charged, on O. T. Akaua offering to
lake caic of him.
The Grand Treasurer of English
Frccmansons, Mr. D. P. Cama, in
forwarding a ehoqtio for 10.ri to tlio
Lord Mayor for the Mansion House
poor-box fund, stated that ho did so
in remembrance of honors confer
red upon his esteemed father by Her
Majesty, and also as ho thought that
this was a most appropriate means
of recognising tho Queen's Jubilee,
it being customary among Pnisccs
to commemorate an auspicious event
by acts of benevolence. Home
The Queen has granted permission
to tlio Manx Lino (the Isle of Man,
Liverpool, and Manchester Steam
ship Company, Limited) to call their
first steamer the Queen Victoria.
Tiiis vessel, now building at Fairfield
Works, Glasgow, will bo launched
eaily this year, to bo instantly fol
lowed by n sister steamship. Their
speed will be twenty-one knots an
hour. Botli vessels will anivc in tho
Mersey in May next. Homo News.
Truth hears from Berlin that a
report has t cached tho Impeiial
Court from Darmstadt that the
Queen is desirous that Prince Alex
ander of Battenberg should take up
his rcsidonce in England, and that
Her Majesty has hinted that she
would he pleased to see him mar
ried to tho Duchess of Albany. The
prospect of settling down to a life
of monastic seclusion at Clarcmout
on 8000 a year will scarcely at
tract Prince Alexander, who likes
to enjoy himself, nn:l Ids position .it
tlio English Court would be even
more unpleasant and equivocal than
is that of his younger brother,
Princo Henry, who is generally
known as "tho stalled ox."
AN ARAB VENDETTA.
A typical case of Arab revenge
was tried tho other day at the Con
stantino assizes, tlio prisoners. being
three Kabylian natives of pronounced
Arab f catui cs and complexion. Tho
story, as it came out in tlio evidence,
was a dramatic one. Ten years ago
two brothers, named Mohamcd and
Sliman, entered into an agreement
with a neighbor named Mohamcd on
fiabah for shaiing a plot of land.
A good many misunderstandings
arose to tlio lespcctivc rights of the
three holders, and early this year
tho two lnothers attempted to evict
Mohamcd on Uab.ih. The Sheikh
of Tondca, before whom tho case
Was brought, decided, however, that
tho latter was really the owner of
tho land, whereupon the two brothers
left tlio court, declaring that they
would have their rovenge. About a
week after this sccno in court
Mohamcd mi Eabali was attacked and
murdered by a number of persons
while on his way, early in the morn
ing, to his oil mill. Suspicion at
once pointed to tlio two brothers,
who were arrested, together with a
third person who had consented to
join tlioin in committing tlio murder.
Thoy had endeavoured to establish
an alibi, and denied tlicir guilt to
the last, but tho evidence was too
strong, their garments being stained
witli blood and their antecedents
being very bad. Two of tlio threo
were sentenced to death, but are
not likely to ho exocuted as M.
Grevy rarely signs a death warrant.
"Ouida" says: "What wo love
much we always forgive, because
wo oursolvcs aro nothing, and what
wo love is all."
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour is
ollurtii for sitlo by GONSALVCS &
CO , Queen Street. 01
YIEWS of tlio Lava Flow of lf-87.
from Nugntivts Hindu on thu u'cnml
day of the eruption, showing tlio col.
mini of luva at tlio sourco tiatur, nuiy
bo scon ui tho Plio'OKraph lloouu of .1.
GON8ALVE 1. 12!) Fori bt. fiS
E HAVE lnt recolvuil mr Aus-
r tiuiiii a now lot of AitUis' Ma-
tcilili. 121 onv Wnie. BrivlaU. Cil laet
rruiiiu-, Biitio Frames, tie. And wo
tiro belter prepared than uurtoiimko
Cornlcrs and Picture Frames, having
ill ii largest ami bet Bdecicd block of
Mould lug?, in Ilia Kingdi m. Ki.va
Duos.' Aiit Ittoiii:. ' St
Dit. Flint's- lliunx IlKJinnv is a
Specific for all forms of lle.ut Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kiilnoys
and Ciicultiaon. Dosciiptivo book
with every bottle. Benson Smith it
Co., Auonts. 3fil
Patuonizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigais of J, W, Hiugluy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tlio Crystal Soda
Woiks, whoio ho is picparod to fill all
oulers at tlio lowest pobsiblo whole
sale price. Ibliiud oideis holieitcd
and pioinplly 1111.0(1. Tho attention
of doiiloiH- is respect fully invited to
tho fact "no licence ia requited" to
hell these cigais. Do not forget tho
naino J, W. Dinghy, nor tho pluco
Utystid Soda Works, Hotel sticet.
taislicd flouso To Let!
rpiIK Hi:SIl)i;XOD octunlcl by Mr.
Jamuh A. Ki:n.U)y, mrmr of
Klnnu and Pui ntoln Streets'.
JAMIX A. JH'lXXKIkY,
331 Onifcuf thrj Honolulu Iron oik.
COTTAGE TO LET.
AT A VBHY ItnASON'AIIM:
Charge, Iliat neat coitigoon
tlm lilltt,k rnn.ititt,. .. ..I...1...1
..." ,. ...... , ,.y,i,iij ,. V.UIM11I
by Mr. PuicolU, it l-'nuth & IVacnek,
ami aftoi wauls by Mr. ISIi.lun. Tlio
eoltigo coiitnliH several room?, a i.lcu
yitid, fittilihi and rnrrlage houn-. Tor
particular ,ily on iho iirrtnlscs or to
M. It. COLBUKK, iitOnlni lMm Iftlf
Till: well known Old Corner
Promises. Apply at thu Hi:A
VEU SALOON fi7 tf
rpVO COTTAG1W ON LILIIIA
JL Hired, near Schrol. Hunt- mailer,
ate. Apply to M.S (HtlNHAUM ,: CO.,
Queen tftivci. r.tf'Jw
PLKSANT PllOXT BOOM,
new Iv fill iiMioit. at l!)."i Xiuimm
Avenue, by the week or month.
fiOlw MltS. VV. O. XKLDIIAM.
For Sulo or Lease.
rpilOSK PHKM1SES SITU ATI D ON
X lutmliou Sheet onlltd "Mminnllo.
hhi," thu piopeity of O. II Juihl, tiro for
bale or for leiise lor a Krm of years.
For purtlculiiH inquire of
ALEX. J. CAH 1 WJUGIIT.
Honolulu. Dec 13. lc&0
FOK SALE OK LEASE.
WITH IMMEMrtTB POSMSION,
the valuable Ldatu n Niiiuuiu
Valliy,2i miles Irom thu city, mid mi.
doiibiedly thu niot Hlvllilu situ for a
Milk or Milk mid Huticr Dilry in this
Kingdom. Apply to .1. It. WOOD.
Fcbruaiy !4, 1887. 05
FOK LEASE OK SALE.
rpili: HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
JL MM, at prc-ent occupied by U. D.
I icetli. Applvut (Jlleoof
l'JtLETH te 1'EACOOIC,
12 If i Xiuiauu birect.
For Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE m Lunalilo Stiect.
.U present tecupled by 1'. Opfci.
gelt, Etq. It contains parlor, dining
loom anil L bedrooms, bull, p-mtry nnd
Kitchen. A largo jnnl with oulhulbl
iti;q for horses, carriage and seivauU.
17lf Apply to 1I.J. AGNEW.
FOK SALE OK LEASE.
THE HOUSE AND LOT. delightfully
located, now occupied as a private
residence by J. J. Castle. For full
particular, miiulro of the owner at
CAS I'L B & CO O ICE'S. (58 2 w
TO LET or FOK SALE.
A SMALL 11HICIC COTTAGE TO
I t or for sale, at Lclco, but would
piefcr to fell on c.i'-v lcrin-.. Apply to
T. W. RAWLINS,
At the Hawaiian Soup Woiks, Lcho,
Kill:: sued. W) 2w
rpiIE UNEXPIRED LEASE OF
JL those iwmlfcs fctliiitul in Niiuiinu
Valley, known as Grove Cottnyo, form
erly occupied by .1 If. I'uiy, mid recent.
ly by Hid urdeislcucil, lis a iPsldiiKe.
The lease expires 1) c. 1, 18-i?.
Apply to JUIUUE CAHTlVHIC.H I'.
" I Uw No. il ICmihunmnn SI.
jyffifflA 'HIE KUSIDENCE AND
fiSv"i28 l,wt"o Liiil nt PauoiVnl
W"1 1"V, orcuplid by Mrs. Long.
Apply on tlio premises. blltf
GOOD CABIUAGE HOUSE,
Miltnblo for a ladv or child lo
ililvii. Peifcelly i-ouiid, (pilel, niidcjen
tle. J'ilce$7.uu Apply at llui.i.hiiN'
Olllco. (10 lw
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPAUTUKE,
One Carriage Pluidon, biudii
biucker's m imil'iciuro; and ali-o, ono
lino Sqtinru Wulier Piano, all In good
order, enquire of
41 lin HVMAN ItltOS.
rpWO DOUBLE ENDED FltEIGHT
JL Ifoais In tfond orlir. Sun Fran.
clici built; will cany up to tfj tonB.
Can bu si-iii tit tho Marino Hallway.
Apil to THKO. II DA VIES &. CO.
FOR SALE ! .
ONE LAUGE I OT, con cr Pcnsacol.i
mill Lunalilo His, wiiioh ran bu
divldcl into to or morn building lots.
Enquire of Q. WES I7,
01 Qf Weat. Dow ,w Co.
NKlTHEIt C'Al TAIN NOB AGENT
of 1JAIIK ZOILA will borepou.
nihil-for debts inntricicil without tliulr
order. .). T. WA'I EH HOUSE,
rpilE AN'XUAL MEETING OF THE
X StnukhohlcH of the Jnii'i-lslmd
rUdim N.ivi;'ition Co. will Im hi Id
Maich lBt, m 10 o'clock, n. in. at tliulr
nllUi: on ihu Erpliiuade.
01 13t Pru'j I. I S. N. Co.
t iTiminti YinrT t him t .i.
J ( tl4WJlUC V UUlA.Ur5 Vi mo
only narison in.tiiorUoil to oolk-i-t
iiiamiitH iluu me. Xo one husu right to
cnntrict (Ittlitx my ntiuu-, unil I will
boioipougil lo foi iioilolitforontraclcil,
unless by my written authoiltv.
(It Si A, MdllGAK.
SIX OOOI) DllKSSMAKRHS wanted
ut OIiim, J, Fl luilS) DreMiimKliifj
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BLACK CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK SILK HATS,
Black and White Gloves, Ties, Etc.
A FULL ASSORTSyiNT of the above-named Goods, of the
BEST QUALITY at
Corner of Fort & Merchaiit St., Honolulu.
EGAN & CO.,
Corner of Fort nnd Mcrclinut HtrcetN, Jlonolala.
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties,. Etc.
Wliite Tie, TV'liite Hat, ILtc.
- Our BLACK CLOTH
Eastern Finish, anil marked
Fred 'ricks burg Brewing Go.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tito Liger Beer of
At the Expositions
20 0m HONOLULU,
loneer Steam Candy Fact' y.
And Cake Bakery.
Keeps always on hand the largest stock and greatest variety of Home
Made, Fresh and only Pure Candies and Cakes.
Lowest Prices, Full Weight, and Pur Goods at Wholesale and Betail.
F. HORN, - Proprietor
And Only Practical Confectioner and Ornatnsnter in this Kingdoai.
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not u specialty exactly, but are made now as before, of superior qualltj
and richness of flavor and OKNAMENTED IN AN AUTISTIC STYLE
uhich dclles imitation and fully sustains a twenty-three years reputation,
not yet excelled in Honolulu.
American, French, Italian, English and German FaitriM
Made to Order at Short Notice.
Hreml Delivered Every Day to all part of the OHy.ll Ji
team Made Ice Cream
At $.1.00 for one, and $5.00 for two Gallons. Mado from rich Egg
Custard. It is made from Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to he
made ithout Starcli or Gclotino, and acknowledged to be the Richest,
i l'urcst uiu Choapest Ico Cream iu
Satisfaction guaranteed by
Factory, Storo and Ico Cream
Betweon Fort & Nuuana.
SUITS arc of excellent quality,
at the LOWEST figures in the
ECAN & CO.
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the above Brewery
the First Prizes I
of 1885 and 1(80
made for Large Orders.
Farlpr: No, 71 Hotel Street,
Both Telephones Vo 74. M
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