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Ju gttiJjj tXljclin,
FlUDAY. FEB. 18, 1887.
Sclir.I 0 Ford from Sim Francisco
Stmr In iilmit from Ilimmkiia
Sehr Mnnuokiiwiil from lvoohui
Schr Iliilonkula from l'epeckeo
Sehr Molwahlno fioin llnmnkua
l)k Drotrnl n Sophia for Mexico
Stun- V 0 Hull for Miiul and Hawaii
Schr Malolo for llllo
Schr Waloll for Kuan
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Jlolwnhlno for llninakua
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Manuoknwnl :ts:t bag of rice.
For Maul and Hawaii, pur VT G Hall.
February 18-W O Irwin, J Dl'aiN, F
Turner, Mrs Wray Taylor, J M Viva?.
J W Smith and Messrs lllnkstonc, Leu,
Gordon and Filnce.
The schooner Malolo has received u
new mainsail made by tho t'aclllo Navi
gation Co's imllniakeis.
The schooner J 0 Foul, Gilfflths,
master, arrived this morning, 174 days
from San Francisco, with a general
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Hope. Pcnhallow
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Ilk Drottnlng Sophia, Svensnn
Bk C O Whltinore, Thompson
Bk Lady Lampion, Marston
Bk Maltha Fisher,
Bktuu Geo 0 IViklns, Ackcrmaii
Bktne Kate Flicklngcr, Young
Bktne W II DliiionU, Swift
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, duo hero Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Tiniour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Dec 17, due May 1-L'O.
-aAin wli bark Hunter, Geo 'W .Tcnks,
from .tho Line Islands, duo March 10-31.
Am balk KllMtat, It 1) Cutler, from
Port Townscud, w T, duo February
Ger bavk Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
Haw sclir General Selgel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov i!0-'.!0.
Haw bark Tuos Jl Foster, F W Bugg,
from Victoria, B C, due December
Nor bark P 0 Patcrsen, from New
castle, X S W, duo Febiuary 1-L'O.
German bark Hercules, Jess, Schacfer,
Sz Co. sailed from Glasgow, December
IS, duo April 30.
In Honolulu, February 18th, 1887, the
wife of Lewis J. Levey, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Them: will bo music nnd skating
at the rink to-night.
A family cow for sale, of Jersey
breed anil a good milkci.
Tub Mille Morris is ou tho both
for Samoa, and will tail next week.
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Mil. Jack Dowsctt, who has been
ill with a fever for the past week, is
Tun Honolulu Iron Works have
cast a two-bladed juopellcr for the
Knimiloa, of gun metal.
The S. S. Mariposa is duo from tho
coast to-morrow with dates to
the 12th instant.
MEsns. Adams & Co. will sell tho
effects in tho bankrupt estato of Wal
lace Jackson, at noon to-morrow.
A NUMnnu of Honolulu crack shots
will practico at target shooting, at
King street range, to-moriow.
An important addition is made this
day to Messrs. J. E. Brown & Co.'s
liouso and room advertisement.
A cAimiAfli: robo and cushion hav
ing been lost, a reward is ofl'eicd for
their recovery by Hon. J. I. Dowsott.
Complaints are rife of tho opera
tions of chicken thiefs on Liliha
street. Several persons havo lost
The annual meeting of tho stock
holders of the People's Ice it Refn
gcrating Co. is s-et for March 1st, at
U o'clock A. M.
Theiu: will bo a meeting of tho
"Young People's Society" at Fort
street vestry this evening, at half
past 7 o,olock,
The commissioned olllcors of tho
Honolulu Rilles were re-commissioned
last Monday, under tho new
army ami navy act.
A second meeting of the Bluo
Ribbon Lengtio is called for to-morrow
evening at 7 :!10 o'clock, at tho
hall of the Y. M. 0. A.
The Royal llawniiun Band will
play HoloctionB of hiicrcd music at tho
Palace, to-morrow aftornoon, from
three to flvo o'clock.
' A meetino will bo held this even
ing at the lecture loom of the Inter
national Missionary Society, Fort
street, at half-past 7 o'clock.
The ex-Road Supervisor W. 0.
Hart has entered into tho grocery busi
ness, having purchased tho store of
Ramsey & Co., Hotel street.
The Bcthol Union Young People's
Prayer and praiso meeting will bo
held this ovoning at tho Lyceum at
7.30 o'clock. All cordially invited.
"Why are- MoKibbiu's anti-bilious
pills and tho blue ribbon similar?"
usksi droll follow, "bocatiso they are
both holpf ul tp thoso who got tight,"
Tin: burst water pipo on Merchant
street Was repaired to-day.
Uoctou'b ropoiton tho man stab
bed by McGregor linn not nrrived an
wo go to pi ess.
Captain II. II. Perry, fnrmcily
mnslor of Iho bark 1). C. Murray, ar
lived lieu1 by the schooner .1. C. Foid,
this inoiiiing fioin San Francisco.
At noon to-inonow them will bo n
sale of valuable property, situated at
Keoncnla. Tho enlo will tako place
at tlio unction rooms of Luwis J.
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Wam.act. Jackson's bay mare, to
bo told nt unction to-morrow, is a
vnluiiblo nnimnl. Sho is gentle and
tractable, nnd may bo safely driven
by a lady or a child.
V. Sim.Mh, tho boot-blacker, ami W.
Moore, hack driver, will have their
challenge jumping contest for $f() at
Makiki baseball grounds, next Mon
On December the 10th, while tho
Biitish bark Glengaber was Weather
ing a gale off Capo Horn, a stowaway
named John McCauu, was washed
oveiboaid and lost.
An impoitant notice of the firm of
Wing Cliiuig Lung, carrying on busi
ness on the corner of Mauuakca and
Hotel streets, will be found amongst
to-day's now advertisements.
A new hack company has been
formed under the stylo and name of
tho "City Caniage Company." Tho
company's stand is at tho corner of
Hotel and Nuuanu streets and tho
TelophonoNo. is lol.
"Tins," said Col. Norris, placing a
handsome bunch of flowers on a
table this morning, ''is tho work of
naturo, and this," continued the
Colonel, setting a used niustaid bot
tle by the side of tho llowers, "is the
A'ork of man ; observe the difl'erencc."
Titr.ni: eaino near being a runaway
on Brewer's wharf this morning. Tho
horses of Mr. llebbard's double dray
became frightened at a cloud of coal
dust, and bolted. They luckily struck
one of the shed supports, which
checked their progress long enough
to enable the diiver to catch them.
FOUR BRASS BANDS,
At the funeral of the late Princess
Likelike, next Sunday week, tho
27th instant, four brass bands will
participate tho Royal Hawaiian,
the Reformatory School, St Louis
College, and the Portuguese 105
musicians all told. The boarders of
St. Louis College, in uniform, will
also march in tho procession.
At tho store of M. Molncrny,
corner of Fort and Merchant streets,
may be seen tho llnest selection of
Very Elegant Stylish Black Goods
ever shown in this city. Black
dress coats, vcst9 and pants. Black
frock coats, vests and pants, nil very
stylish. Custom made work. Any
persons needing such goods should
call and inspect these and satisfy
themselves. The prices are very
moderate for such choice goods.
Call and sec them.
TRUSTEES OF KAWAIAHAO SEMI
NARY. The Hawaiian Board havo chosen
Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Mrs. P. C. Jones,
Mr. J. B. Athorton, Rev. K. S.
Timoteo as Trustees ofKawaiahao
Seuiinnry, in place of Rev. C. M.
Hyde, Hon. A. F. Judd, Rev. S. E.
Bishop, Hon. G. W. Pilipo. They
are to have charge of the property,
but no contiol over the management
of tho school.
A MISCHIEVOUS ACT.
Mr. E. L. Marshall had occasion
to go in his carriage to the Hotel last
evening, when the team was duly
hitched, as by law provided. When
ready to leave, he came to where his
horse had been tied, to find him
cone. The horse and carriago were
found on Nuuanu street, the animal
like a good scnsiblo horso walking
quietly homewards. The finder was
a native boy who brought tho team
to Dodd's stables. Tho lap-robe
and cushion, were missing and the
lamps extinguished. Mr. Marshall
thinks that some evil-disposed per
son had taken his horse, enjoyed a
free drive round, and then let him
THE SELINA WRECKED,
Captain Hopu of the schooner
Haleakala, who arrived this morn
ing brings tho following news;
Tho brigantitic Selina, from San
Francisco bound to Hilo, went
ashore on a shoal between Paukaa
and Wainaku, on Friday afternoon,
February 11th, at " o'olock. Thcro
was a strong breeze at tho timo, and
tho vessel was trying to work her
way into Hilo Bay. As they woro
working bhip, the wind hauled, tho
vessel missed stays, umlwcnt ujNsro
on the above named 8hoaKiTho
passengers and crow were rescued
by pcoplo from shore, lowering a
rope over the precipice, and hauling
them up. Tho cargo, consisting of
a deck load of llvo stock, and lower
hold of general merchandise, as
well as the vessel, will bo a total
loss. There was no pilot on board
at the timo of the accident.
The brig Selina was built at San
Francisco in tho latter part of 1882.
She arrived hero on her first trip in
March, 1883, under command of
CaptuinFrank G. Miller, formerly
of tho Hazard. Sho was 832 tons
measurement, and was owned by
T. T. MoKlnnon and others of San
Franclbco. Tlo Selina was chartered
for two trips to" Hilo, to tako tho
plneo of tho Emma Clnudlna, which
vessel was sold nnd is now in tho
Sound trade. Tho Selina was fully
insured. Messrs. It win & Co. were
THE HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANU
FACTORY. Tho Hawaiian Carriage Manufac
turing Company's factory is one of
the important industrial institutions
of Honolulu. It was commenced by
Mr. Gideon West about lo years ago,
who then conducted operations on
King street. From a small begin
ning, it gradually grew lo consider
ably enlarged proportions. Between
three and four years ago it became
the property of a. joint stock corpor
ation, with Mr. West, president. It
is now, nnd has been for years past,
located on Queen street. From what
is visiblu of the company's premises
ns seen from the street, one gets n
very incomplete idea of their extcu
sivencss, of tho company's range of
operations, and of the number of
mechanics employed. A walk
through the establishment impresses
ono with its exteiisivencs, running
back to n considerable depth, and
the magnitude of operations. The
raw malciinl which is not produced
in tho country is imported direct,
and worked into the required shapes
and conditions on the premises.
Everything that can be done by
machinery, is dono by machin
ery, the machinery being of
the latest and most approved kinds.
This is woiked by steam power.
The company's operations embrace
tho manufacture of every descrip
tion of wheeled vehicle, from the
great lumbering wide-lire dray, for
carrying heavy weights, to the
lightest and most esthetic carriage,
for the pleasure of the rich. Vehicles
can be seen at any time in every stage
of development, from tho laying of
the first stick of wood or bar of
steel to the finishing touch of vari
colored varnishes. Tho company
employs the best and mobt skilful
of mechanics, and has earned a
reputation for excellent workman
ship, honorablo dealing, prompti
tude, aud civility. The executive
olllccrs of tho company are, Mr.
Gideon West, President and Man
ager, and Mr. E. G. Scliuinan, Secre
tary and Treasurer.
KAPIOLANI PARK ASSOCIATION.
A meeting of tho Kapiolani Paik
Association was held yesterday at
the oillce of Hon. II. A. Widemanu,
for the purpose of electing four trus
tees to 1111 the vacancies caused by
tho resignation of Hon. Cecil Brown
and Messrs. Frank Brown, II. J.
Nolto and James Campbell. The
following gentlemen were elected:
Mr. A. J. Cartwright, Hon. Saml.
G. Wilder, Mr. Tom May and Hon.
F. II. Hayseldcn.
The full Board of Directors have
been elected at the meetings of
January 20th and January 1)1 st,
but owing to the four gentlemen
first named declining to serve, yes
terday's meeting and election be
came necessary to ' make up the
legal number. The Board of Direc
tors of the Kapiolani Park Associa
tion now consists of lions. A. S.
Cleghorn and II. A. Widcmaun;
Messrs. II. R. Macfarlane and G.
West; Hon. J. O. Dominis ; Mr. J.
II. Paty ; lions. W. G. Irwin and
S. G. Wilder; Messrs. Tom May
and A. J. Caitwright, and Hon. F.
The Board of Directors at yester
day's meeting subsequently orga
nized by electing tho following olll
ccrs: President, Hon. A. S. Cleg
horn ; Vice-President, Hon. II. A.
Widemanu ; Secretary, Mr. II. Mac
farlane; Treasurer, Hon. W. G.
Irwin. fP. C. Advertiser.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
Tho meetings of the Seventh-day
Advcntists commenced last evening
at tho Lecture hall on Fort street.
Quito a number woro present mid
seemed much interested.
The speaker did not wish the peo
ple to get the impression that his
mission here was to interrupt tho
work of the other churches. These
people believe the Bible should be
understood as it reads, except
where a symbol or parable is used,
then it should be interpreted by
The subject of tho discourse was
the Second Coming of Christ. Scrip
ture was cited, showing this coming
to bo personal nnd visible to every
This evont tho speaker proposes
to show by different lines of pro-,
phecy is near at hand. Mr. Cmtis
statod that as a pcoplo they had no
faith in timo sotting,
Tho subject this evening will be
Nebuchadnezzar's dream, or tho
second chapter on Daniel. All aro
invited to bo present.
Y. M. C. A.
The regular monthly meeting of
this institution took place at the
rooms, last evening, the president,
Mr. W. A. Bowcn in tho chair.
Minutes of last regular and also of
tho special meeting woro read by
It. W. Podmoro, secretary. Mr. T.
S. Southwick presented his monthly
Jlecetpts: Balance from previous
month, 8310.G-1; monthly collection,
810.50; dues and coutiibutious.
S152.00; donations, $21.50; total,
Expenditures; Salaries, $175.
00; bills, $30.80; total, $205.80;
leaving a balance on hand of S288.
84. Mr. C. "M. Cooke, for tho
ilnanco committee, repotted pledgos
(o be paid, $203.50, which, with luo
bnlnnoo on hand, makes tho prob
nblo amount 'avallnblo for the year
ending March, Hist, 8192.!! I and
thu requirements up lo that date,
for salaries, 8155.00; and for other
bills, about 100.00.
Hon. A. F. Judd repotted the
Queen Emma building admirably
well adapted for the purposes for
which it has been rented and that
the repairs and improvements arc
making good progress. Mr. A. F.
Cooke reported for the employment
committee, large numbers of appli
cants for work. One voting and
one associate member were added
to the roll. General Secretary
Fuller announced the numerical re
sults of tho recent temperance cam
paign to bo, 313 foreigners and 390
natives having taken the pledge,
and nearly n thousand nil told hav
ing received the badge. Rev. C.
M. Hyde, D. 1)., for the reading
room committee, reported the at
tendance at the reading room for
the past twenty-six days to have
been l,-llll, of whom 525 were Ha
waiians. A lecture and a public
entertainment were spoken of ns
probable events of the near future.
AT CHAMUEltS Hl'.t'Olir. PIIESTON, .1.
Thuiisday, Feb. 17th.
The only matter heard to-day was
in the guardianship of Maria Becs
ing, a minor, which was an applica
tion 1)3' Mrs. Catharine Steward,
guardian, praying that her hccoikI
account be examined and allowed.
Tho uuardian's expenditures were
883G 35; receipts, S305 95; balance
due (guardian to next account, $30.
10. Since filing her last account the
guardian had deposited in tho Sav
ings Hnnk the sum of $100, which
accounts for the above balance being
against the ward. After examining
said account with the vouchers the
same was approved. The guardian
appeared in person.
AT CHAMIIEIIS UEFOIIE
FitinAY, Feb. 18th.
In tho matter of the guardianship
of Isaiali Pahcc, minor, it was or
dered that tho first account of tho
guardian, J. Mcemano, be approved.
The guardian shows receipts for the
two years ending Jan. 21, 1887, of
$300, and expenditures, $220, leav
ing a balance of $80, which he has
deposited in the savings bank. Tho
minor is the owner of an undivided
half-interest, in a valuable piece of
cane laud, situate in Hamakita, Ha
waii, Miss Lucy Pcahody, of Ilono
Julu, being owner of the other hnlf.
Tho minor's interest realizes a rental
of $150 per annum, one-third of
which goes to tho widow of the
minor's father. The guardian pro
poses to visit the locality where tho
land is situate with a view of in
creasing the rental after the expira
tion of the present lease, which lias
only a balance of three years more
THIS DAY'S DOINGS AT THE
The proceedings at tho Police
Court this morning were of rather
a mixed nnd unusual character.
One drunk, of course, to open with,
and then came an aged aud de
crepit Chinaman, charged with
"opium in possession." Ho was
dirty, hungry-looking, and appar
ently idiotic. Tho Marshal took a
common sense view of tho case, and
the prisoner, being unfit for manual
labor, asked that a nol. pros, bo
entered, which was granted.
Daniel McGregor, late master of
the schooner Manuokawai, was
charged with assault and battery
wilii a dangerous weapon, to wit, a
knife. Mr. A. C. Smith appeared
for the prisoner and asked for a re
mand and also that bail bo fixed.
The caso was remanded for a week,
but the matter of bail was set asido
until a doctor's written report had
been received, on the condition of
tho man stabbed,
Tho next and last prisoner to bo
arraigned was tho Panama Negro,
named Dins, who escaped from the
prison gang on Tuesday last. Dia3
was captured yesterday under cir
cumstances already reported, and
boro maikcd evidences of having
fared rathor badly at the hands of
his captors. Tho Marshal asked
that this man bo remnnded, it hav
ing been stated by Dr. Webb that
the prisoner was insane, but ho, tho
Marsha), did not buliove such was
the caso. Ho asked for a ro'mand
in order that an olllcial report bo
mado on tho state of the prisoner's
mind, ns lunatics were not desirable
persons to havo in Oahu prison.
Dias was icmnndcd accordingly.
S PERRY'S No. 1 Famllv Flour Is
ollurcd for salo by OONSALVKS &
CO , Queen Street. Ul
VIEWS of tho Lava Flow of U87.
from Negatives miido on the second
day of tlio eniption, tlmwlnu, thu col.
unin nf lava ut thu Miurru crater, may
he M'cn nt lliu Photograph Rooms of .).
GONSALVK3, 12') Fort St. 152
WE HAVE juu received tier An?
Italian now lot of Aitlms' Mu
lori'ilj, Rlmny Wore, Unu'kci", Cabinet
FrumtH, Ruiilo FnuiU'H, etc. And wo
nro better prepared than ever to innko
Cornices nnd Pieturo Frames, having
tho largest and betl helOHied block of
Moulding?, in thu Kingdom, Kixo
linos.1 Aiit Ktoiii!. 3 1
l)u. Fust's IIijaui Ri.mkdy is a
Spccillo for lill foini. of Hcait Uis
t'liso and alto for Din'iiuos of Kidneys
and Circiiltinon. Desnlptivo book
with uvery bottle. Uuneiou Smith &
Co., Ae,omtj, , 351
COTTAGE TO LET.
AT A VLItY niJAHONA HLIJ
Clung', Dial neat coiti'xuou
w.-JiA'rtvM iho iiluliif. rcRinllvoreimli'd
by Mr. Foicock, ul
Frfctli & Peacock.
and aftciwaiiN by Mr. llluhtn. The
uottigc coulnliH fccvcr.il rami?, a nice
yard, stabln and rnrrlage lioun'. For
imrilr.ulir- rvr.ly on Ilio prrmiifg or to
M. R. COl.lHJHN, al Onlnil' 1-mi IMf
rpilF. well known M(1 Cornur
X 1'roinincn. Apply at the BKA
VEK SALOON l7 tf
rpWO COTTAOIM OX ULTRA
X Htri'cl, noil KJuol RentA utoder.
ate. Apply to M. S OltlNllAUM & CO.,
Queen Slrrct. fi!I2v
A PLKSANT FRONT ROOM,
v newly furiiMietl, at 1D." Nuuanu
Avenue, by the week or month.
iJOlw MltS. W. (J. NKKDllAJL
For Sale or Lease.
TIIOSR I'RHMlSKSrHTUATTD ON
l'uiiahou Street called "Kananilo.
Ida," thu property of (3. II. Judd, nro for
Mile or for lease lor a term of yens.
For particulars Inquire of
ALUX. J. OARTWRIUIIT.
Honolulu. Dec ia, 1&S0.
FOll SALE OK LEASE.
WITH IMMKMaTR POSSESION,
thu valuable K.tutu u Nuuanu
VnlUy,2Jj miles from Ihuclly, and mi.
donlitedlv thu most ellfrllilo Mto for a
Milk ur. Still; ami Hotter Dairy in this
Kingdom. Apply to .1. If. WOOD.
February 31, 1687. 52
FOIt LEASE Olt SALE.
rpiIK HOUSE AND LOl' AT YVAI.
X klkl, at present or cupiud by O. D.
Frcctli. Apply at ofllou of
FRKKTH & PRAC0O1C,
12 tf LM Nuuanu sticct.
For Salo or to Lease.
A COTTAGE n Luimlllo Street.
At present occupied by P. Opfti
gill, Km. It contain arlor, tliniii;,'
loom ami 1! bedrooms, bath, pmtry uml
Kitchen A inigo yiiid with outbuild
Illy, for hoihc, uirriajrit nnd n-ivuitf.
17tf Apply lo II. .1. AGNEYV.
FOH SALE OH LEASE.
rpHRHOUSi: AND LOT. delightfully
X h'uitcd, now occupli d as a in iv.ito
resilience by f. U. Castle. For full
particular, iiupihu of Iho owner at
OASTLU & COoKh'6. GS 2v
TO LET or FOll SALE.
A SMALL UHIOIC CO'LTAOi: TO
lit or for talc, at Lcleo, but would
prefer to pell on eii'.v term. 'Apply to
T. W. ItAWLlNri,
Al tho Hawaiian Soap Woiks, Lclco,
King street. 53 2w
TO LET Olt LEASE.
rpHAT RUILDING FORMKHLY
X occupied by Wong Lconp as his
residence al Kupnlamn, uctr thu Reform
atory School, containing 7 rooms, in.
clmiiiix Parlor, Dedroom, Dlulng-room
ami kllehou, in lion olilrcd lor lent or
le.isu bt n mott reasoimbli) rate. For in
foiinalion cnipiiie at William It. Cable's
law oillce, or of Ah In, corner of Here.
I an i a and Nuuanu Sticclc. 11 ilw
rpiIR UNUXPIUKD LEASH OF
X thosu tnemlues limited in Niiuanti
Valley, known as Grnvu Cottage, form,
urly occupied hy .1 If. Paly, and recent
ly by thu undeislgnert, ns a residence.
Tim fcatn raphe Dec. 1, 18-".
Apply to BUUOK UARTW RIGHT,
f-l Uw No. u KNiihumnim St.
THK RESIDENCE AND
Pasture LimU al I'.iuoi Vnl
lay, occupied by Mrs. Lone:.
Apply on tho premises. iifhf
A GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE,
suitable for a lady or child to
dilvn. Perfectly sound, ipilet, and gen
tle Price 7ii.o0 Apph ut Hi'MXtin
Oillce. UU lw
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE,
Onu Can luge Phaeton, Simla
biecKer's nianuftcturo; and alto, one
llnu Square Wotiur Piano, all ii( good
order, cnfiulro of
11 lm HYMAN RliOS.
rpVO DOUIILE ENDCD FREIGHT
X Ho.it- In uoihI order. San Fran.
elf co built; will carry Up to :i5-j tons.
Can ho hci-ii ul thu Marine Railway.
Apply to TIIT.O. II DA VIES 1 CO.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE- I.OI'. corner Pciisacola
mid Lunalilo Sts, which can bo
illvMul Into two or more building lotu.
i:ii(ulioof G. WEST,
51 Of West, Dow & Co.
VrWl'IUWAlTAW NOR AGENT
1 ot HARK XOILA will bu rehimu.
Bible for dulito o minified without their
Older. J. T. WA'IERHOIJSE,
rpili: ANN UAL MEETINO OF THE
X KlrckliolrVrc oT iho lntct-lfilind
Steam Navigation Co. will bo held
Match 1st, at 1(1 o'clock, a. m. at thulr
olllco on thu Eplanadu,
01 121 Scc'y I. 1. S. N. Co
MONEY TO LOAN.
rpilE undersigned have inonoy to loan
X in Kiimt) of not Ic-s than one (hous.
and dnllari upon gallrfiietorv i-ccuriiy.
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY,
r.2tr lill Foil Stieet, Honolulu.
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SIX GOOD DRESSMAKERS waiUe.l
nt Ch'is, .1, KMiul'i DrcssinaMnR
EstahlMinuut. None but good lunula
need lo iinply. H If
II TAN'S TJOAT nTJILDING
SHOP. Rear r f LuuiV, Mill.
BLACK CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK SILK HATS,
Black and White Gloves, Ties, Etc.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of tlio above-named Goods, of tho
BEST QUALITY at
Cox'jicr oi ITort As Murcslmitl StN., Honolulu.
EGAN & CO.,
Corner of Fort ami Merchant Strcetx, Honnlnln.
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc.
TVliito Tiew, "White Hats, E,te.
tar Our BLACK CLOTH
Eastern Finish, nnd muikcd
iraricksburg Brewing Co.
I SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tho Lager Uccr of
At tho Expositions
20 0m HONOLULU, AGENTS.
Pioneer Steam Candy Fact'y,
And Cake Bakery.
ESTABLISHED 1863. .
Keeps always on hand tho largest stock and greatest variety of Hom
Made, Fresh and only Pure Candies and Cakes.
Lowest Prices, Full Weight, and Pure Goods at Wholesale and Eetail.
F. HORN, - - - - Proprietor
And Only Practical-Confectioner and Ornamenler in this Kingdom.
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not a specialty exactly, but aro made now as before, of superior quality
and richness of llavor and ORNAMENTED IN AN. AUTISTIC STYLE
which delles imitation aud fully sustains a twenty-three years' reputation,
not yet excelled in Honolulu.
American, Pronoh, Italian, English and Gorman Faatriti
Made to Order at Short Notice.
Hienil Dt'Iivcrcd Kvcry Dny to nil pnrtH off tlio CHy.U ;
Steam Made Ice Cream
At $!1.00 for quo, and $5.00 for two Gallons. Mado from rich Egg
Custard. It is made from Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guarantied to be
made without Starch or Cjelatiue, aud acknowledged to be the Richest,
Purest aud Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Special Arrangements made for Large Orders.
Satisfaction guaranteed by
Factory, Storo and loo Croam Parlor: No. 71 Hotol Strott,
Between Fort & Nuuanu, Both Telephone! No 74- 20
SUITS arc of excellent quality,
at the LOWEST figures in thu
EGAN & CO.
thu above Tlrcwery
the First Prizes I
ot 1683 and 1E80