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MONDAY, FEU. 21, 1887.
Stfcrn-whcel stnir Fwn, from Ewa,
St nir Mlkalmlii fiom Kauai
Htnir Surpi lo from Kuiiu, Maul
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Soli Kiuillluafroin Kauai
Sclir Kulnniiinu from ll:iin:ikii:t
Sclir Kauallaiil fiom Koolitu, 0:ilm
Sclir Lenhl from ICohala
Sclir Knunn from ICuiiul
8 H Gaelic from Hongkong en route for
Bcbr Maim from Kuan
Sclir Lliukitl from Wnialuii
Stmr Kliiau for Maul, Hawaii
i ml tbo
volcano, at 4 n m
Stmr Llkcllko for Kahulul and liana, at
5 ii m
Stmr lwahuil for llamakua
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl
Stmr Stirprlo for Kuan
Sclir llalcakala for I'cpcckeo
Scbr Molwahlne for llamakua
Sclir Muiiuokuwal for Koolan
titmr Lcliua for llamakua at B p m
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at S p m
Stmr .Wikahala for Kauai at Ii p m
Sclir Ebuknl for Waliihm
Sclir Wallele for Kuan
Uktno Kate Fllckengcr for San Fran
cisco CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
tttmr Mlknliala 5,3"" bags Hiigar, 25
bags paddy, and 7(i hltltH
Stmr Surprise 3,000 bags sugar
From Kauai, per steamer Mlkalmla,
Feb. L'OtU Her Excellency Governess
Lanibaii, W O Smith, Judge J110 Kn
Mou, Kev D Kaapu. W Ilollna, Herbcr,
& Xorman Oavatlti, F Wiebke,.T Mlllcrt
XV B Starkey, O Sehemei thorn. J
Chinese, and l.i deck.
The steamer Surprise salh this even
ing for Kaunaknkal, Molokal, to get a
load of cattle for Kuan, Maul.
VESSELS III PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Bk C O Whltmore, Thomp-ou
Bk Lady Lainpson, Marston
Bk Zolla, McKay
Bk Maltha FMicr,
Bktne Geo 0 Verklns, Aekcrnian
Bktuo Kate Fllcklnger, Young
Bktne AV II Tlhiioiul, Swift
Am wh bk Lancer, from Xcw Bed
ford, duo Fel) 10-28
Am vh bk Kelndcer, from San Fran
cisco, duo I'eb 10-28
Am wh bk Helen Slurs, from San
Francisco, duo 1 eb 10-2S
Am wh bk Wanderer, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Francis rainier, from San
Francisco, due Fob 10-28
Am wh bk Flcotwlng, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk William Baylltes, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mary and Susan, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mars, from San Francisco,
due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Andrew Hicks, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10-28
Am missionary steam bktne Morning
Star, II F Tinner, from the South Sea
Islands, due Feb 20-28
K M S S Mariposa (Am), Haywaid,
from San Francisco, on route to tho Co
lonies, duo Feb 10
l'JISS City of Itio do Janeiro, W B
Cgbb, from San 1 Francisco, en loute to
Yokohama and Hongkong, duo March
Am bk Ceylon, It Calhoun, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 18-20
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The clcctiic light at tho 1'alaco
went out Saturday night for tho want
pHucl, ' '
1'jioToaitAi'HEit Gonsalves leaves
for tho Lava Flow by tho Kinau this
Thk mail by tho steamer Gaelic,
for San Francisco, closes at -1 o'clock
j si, to-day,
Mu. Lowis J. Lovoy will havo an
Important sale of damaged lmts pn
A nitnnzn sprang up from tho south
this morning, bringing with it odors
from Kakaako swampB.
Guvkknok 11. II. Baker is in town,
looking stout, happy, and good-natured
DuuiNCi tho week ending tho 13th
instant, tho thermometer at the
Volcano IIouso ranged fiom CO to (18
years. Tho rainfall for tho sanio
period was 0 inches.
Mn. Wong Kim, contractor, car
poiitcr and builder, wishes it to bo
understood that his workshop is at
No. 87, Maunakea Htcot, and that Jus
gives a day's labor for .$2,00,
Pursuant to notice, the Blue
llibbon Lotiguo met at tho Y. M,
C. A. Hall, last Saturday evening,
lfev. II. II. Gowon presided, ant
delivored an address on lamporanoe,
A ar.NTWiMAN desires a furnished
room with a privato family, not too
far fiom tho l'ost Olllco. Any family
having thu room nntl desiring tho
lodger, may bo suited by applying at
Two bloods got quarreling yester
day, and after an exchange of blows,
they agreed to go on thu side of
Punchbowl hill ami light to a finish.
Up to tho latest accounts no lives
had been lost and 110 bones broken.
Tiik Hawaiian Boll Tolophono Co.
announgo in this paper, that from
the' 1st of Apri) noxt, tho rental of
a)l iivBtru'montH hi (mo in'lhd disl'iiet
bf Komi', Oahu, will bo reduced to
$5.00 per (punter, and that a discount
of 10 percent will bo allowed to per
sons paying a year's rout in advance.
No nfgnB of Hto
steamer ns wo go.
Tun H. 8. Gaelic sails
Francisco this day nl 5 1:
Tin: Siinni8-Mooro juin)ing eon
test will begin at 5 o'clock this after
noon at JInkiki,
A mckciaIi meeting of the fuel di
vision of (lie Liliiiokalani Education
til Society will be held at .'1 o'clock
to-moirow afternoon, at tho usual
Mri. l?obert Horatio Cathcart,
chairman of tho swimming com
mittee, will open tho scawon on tho
1st of Apiil, with an oration at the
Kapiolaui bathhouse. Box plan now
Mr.sftiiH. J. E. Brown fc Co., real
estate agents, have several inches of
space in this paper devoted to
"houses to let, etc." Besides which
thciu is about a column of indepen
dent notices of a similar character.
No hotter guide than tho Bum.I'.tin
can be found for those in want of
Tin: lloyul Hawaiian Band played
selections of nacred music at the
1'alaco Satuiday afternoon, and Sun
day morning, between 11 and 12
o'clock, an impressive service was
held in the Throne room, where lie
the remains of the late Princess
Likelike. The Bishop of Honolulu
and the Kev. Alex. Mackintosh offi
ciated. L. M. Wiiiti:, the young man who
keeps the shoc-blaekiug stand at the
entrance of the lano by Sopor's book
and news stoic, is invariably polite,
civil, and attentive to his patrons,
llo furnishes you with tho daily
papers to read the news, while ho is
cleaning the mud or dust from your
shoes and substituting therefor a
polish liko a mirror, and then brushes
your clothes all for ten cents.
Mil. ,T. E. Miller, representative on
these islands of tho California Bono
Fertilizing Co., has just returned
from a business tour around tho
island of Kauai. Ho reports the
heaviest rainfall that it had oyer
been his lot to experienco whilst at
llanalei. Mr. Miller goes to Hawaii
this week and it is possiblo that ho
may theie fupl that it also rains
Tin: S. S. Gaelic was reported off
Wnianae at 10:110 this morning. The
Gaelic is from Hongkong civVouto for
Sun Francisco. Mcssis. llackfeld it
Co., her agents, leceivcd po oillcial
notice of her coming here and did
not expect her. At 2 o'clock this
afternoon tho agents did not know
tho reason of her coming here, or
when she would proceed on her
journey to San Francisco.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Fob. 19; T. T. Aspinwall, Bom
bay; W. Goodale, Maui; 20th, J.
E. Miller, San Francisco.
At the store of M. Mclnomy,
corner of Fort and Merchant streets,
may ho seen tho finest selection of
Very Elegant Stylish Black Goods
ever shown in this city. Black
dress coats, vests and pants. Black
frock coats, vests and pants, all very
stylish. Custom niado work. Any
persons needing such goods should
call and inspect those and satisfy
themselves. The prices aro very
moderate for such choice goods.
Call and see them.
At an early hour this morning,
Elizabeth Wharton McPhail, wife of
Tlioa, A. Thrum, and mother of
Thos. G. Thrum, passed away
quietly at the age of 74 years and
18 days. The deceased had resided
in this city for the past 35 years,and
was widely known for hpr religious
spirit and Christian bearing. She
leaves an aged husband, a sqn and
two daughters, resident in this city,
besidos other members of tho family
abroad, to mourn her loss.
Tbo funeral took place at 4
o'clock this afternoon, from tho
residence of liar son-in:Iaw, Police
Justice D. Dayton, I'iljha street,
and the last solemn rites were im
pressively conducted by thp Roy. E.
C. Oggefinthp prespneo of a few
friends of tho deceased.
ASH WEDNESDAY AND LENT.
Tho day after to-morrow, Feb.
23rd, is Ash-Wednesday. Low
masses at G and 7 a. m. at the Roman
Catholic Cathedral, with tho adminis
tration of ashes.
From Friday next, Fpb, 25th, to
Gpod Frid.a.Vi fasting and ab'stinpncp,
on every Friday only. And as a
memorial service of the Passion, of
our Lord, tho stations of thp cross
every Friday aj; 4 i'. i?.
Fast and abstinence also on Holy
The timo from Ash-Wednesday to
Pontecost Day is Hip timp oppolntpd
by tho church fqr tho complying
with faster duty.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
The Mibject lost night of tho
Sovonth day Adventlst services was
tho lino of propheoy recorded in tip
8th chapter of the book of Daniel.
This prophecy is an outline of tho
world's history from tho time Mcdo
Pcrsia became the second universal
These subjects aro made not only
interesting to tho lovers of Bible
study, but also to those who enjoy
tho study of history.
To-night the subject will bo tho
twq, thousand three hundred days Of
Ihfs same chapter. Mr. Curtis pro
poso3'to show to-night what tho mis
take of Mr, Mlllor was in tho great
advent movement of 1811.
All arc invited to come and hear.
A PASTORAL ADDRESS,
tiio Rev. Geo. Wailneo haa ad
dressed tho following pastoral to
To tho Second Congregation of
St, Andrew's Cathedral Dearly
Beloved in the Lord: Wo aro en
tering upon another Lent. It is a
time set apart to repent of sin, and
sorrow for it ; to remember Christ's
sufferings and death ; to change our
life, and deny ourselves in alt ways.
The keeping of tho season out
wardly is a yoke and burden and
nothing more f the keeping of it ns n
time holy unto the Lord, in the
spirit and not in the letter, will
brings us the blessing of God.
Faithfully your friend and pastor,
On Friday evening last, the sky
became overcast, and a light air set
in from the southward, gradually
increasing in strength during Satur
day, mid culminating in sudden
squalls and heavy hursts of rainfall
about midnight of Saturday. This
slate of things continued throughout
Sunday, the wind at times blowing
in fitful gusts from the south, ac
companied by heavy rains. So it
continued throughout the day, caus
ing the streets to bo almost entirely
deserted, and preventing the usual
attendance at the several places of
worship. Tho rainfall from C a. m.
yesterday to G a. m. to-day was 1.03
inches at Dr. Melvibbin's losidcucc.
The sea broke heavily on tho reef
yesterday and to-day. The total
rainfall for 18 hours prior to 1)
o'clock this morning, as reported
by the Government Survey Olllce,
was 1.17 inches.
Mr. F. L CJarkc reports the rain
fall at his residence at the outrance
to Pauoa Valley as being 1.20
inches for the 21 hours ending this
Monday morning at 8 o'clock. The
greater parts of the rain fell between
8 o'clock and noon of yesterday.
OATH OF ENROLLMENT-
Following is a copy of the oath of
enrollment, which members of
volunteer companies arc required to
I, the undersigned, having volun
tarily enrolled as a volunteer soldier
in a military association duly or
ganized and designated under the
name and title of under the
act entitled an act to organize the
military forces of the Kingdom, ap
proved on the 1st day of October,
A. D. 188G, do solemnly and faith
fully pledge my oath and swear
loyal allegiance to His Mojcsty Ka
lakaua the First, King; lib heirs
and successors tq the Throne and
Government, and shall defend with
tho uttermost of my power, bravery,
strength, skill and courage the at
tacks of his enemies from personal
harm or injuries to his body ; sup
port and maintain the laws of the
Kingdom, the observance of law,
and order, and to uphold with in
tegrity the honor and dignity of the
Sovereign and State at the hour of
peril. I furthermore swear to main
tain and observe all military laws,
rules and regulations when com
manded by His Majesty or his au
thority, and rendor obedience to the
commands of my superior olllcers
and to abide by tho constitution and
provision established for tho regula
lation of the corps. In testimony
whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and signature this day of
A. D. 188G, in presence of
THE PASTOR'S llUSIGNATIOX.
On Sunday morning at the Fort
street Church the Rev. J. A. Cruzan
read tho following resignation from
the pulpit :
To the officers and members of
the Fort-street Church and congre
gation Dearly Beloved : T hereby resign
tho pastorate of the Fort-street
Church, my resignation to tako effect
at mo pqsp qr piy sixtn year 01
servipe September 1st next.
As it is my desire to sail far
America at tbo beginning of my
nnnual vacation, I present my re
signation now in order that you may
have amplo timo to arrange for a
successor to take up the woik at once
on my departure
In this connection I wish to express
tho heartfejt gratitudp, and nPn rpciar
lon of my w'jfo and myself fqr thp
Joyo which, lias evpr marked your
treatment of us ; for your cordial co
operation and help in our woik for
Hip Ma&ter; for your luige-heartcd
liberality in material things, and for
the charity with which you have
overlooked our short-comings. Wo
never expect to find ii "wo In
dulgent, loving and thoughtful
ncoplo than you havo been. In ro-
turn wo havo tried faithfully to servo
you and our Master, and to build
up this church of Jesus Christ.
You will always have a largo plaoo
In our hearts, and wo shall not cease
to pray for tills church where six of
the best years of our lives havo been
spent, that God's blessing may abldo
upon it, and that Jlis favor and pros,
pcrity may rest not only upon tho
church as an organization, but nlso
upon each worshipper before her
I remain, yours, with regard,
J. A Cuuzy,
Honolulu, February 10, 1887 '
From the German: Four hunters
(who have Just fired simultaneously
at a rabbit and failed to hit it):
"Well, I wonder who missed tliat
AT OIIAMUKUS Iltit'Ulli: l'llKSrO!,', 4.
Moniuy, Feb. 21st.
In ro application of Thomas Bain
Walker, British Vieo-Consul, for tho
libcry of on Peter Ilonscn, now
in the custody of tho Marshal. Mr.
L. A. Thurston for pititsoncr; Mr.
Paul Neumann for respondent.
After tho Court had been detained
about fifteen minutes for tho arrival
of the Marshal, Mr. Neumann, in
reply to His Honor, as to what
authority lie had for arresting anil
holding, cited Section G28 of the
Civil Code as sufficient warrant for
the Marshal to hold the man. Also
Articles 12 and 13 of the treaty be
tween Sweden and Norway, and the
III Honor inled that the two
treaty sections cited, referred to
deserters only, and Section G28 of
the Civil Coilo to mutineers only.
He did not think that any consul
was justified in making such a re
quest as had been made by Consul
Schmidt of the Marshal. It was a
privilege, and to avail himself of
that privilege, the law must bo
strictly followed. It is clear the
law intends that before an arrest
can be made, some offence cogniz
able by law shall be stated, but
without any allegation that the party
to be arrested had been guilty of
some offence, there is no authority
to arrest. Therefore, in the absence
of that allegation there is no author
ity for tho Marshal to arrest this
man. When the law prescribes that
certain forms shall bo complied with
in order that n man shall be arrested,
it is unlawful if he, the Marhsal
makes the arrest without said law
in fully compiled with. His Honor
decided that Peter Ilcnson the man
who hod been confined, had been
illegally detained, and lie ordered him
to be released.
Ilcnson left the Court a free man.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS AT THE
The roll call of drunks was called,
aggregating eight offenders for in
ebriety, all of whom paid the ordi
nary lino of 8.") cacli and SI costs.
Two assault and battery cases.
contributed 510 each to (he Court
fupds, and 0110 caso was remanded
to the 21th, the complainant being
unable to appear, he being in tho
Queen's Hospital suffering from i
bad bite by the prisoner,
A Chinese hack-driver was fined
$2 for not obeying Police Officer
Jno. Dawson, the sailor charged
with larceny, wus again remanded,
owing to the complainant not being
A nol. pros, was entered in tho
case of Thos. Flowers, who Is al
leged to have committed an assaut
and battery pp bonnl thp steamer
Likelike, whilst (ho vessel was an
chored at liana, Maui, Ills Honor
ruling that he had no jurisdiction in
The gambling case of last week
was next called anil again remanded
to 28th. One of tho defendants in
this case is n Chinese ex-policeman.
THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE.
Tho wifo of the Mayor of Leeds
has received a letter from tho Lon
don Coinmittoc respecting the
"Woman's Jubilee Offering," the
object of which is to receive contri
butions towards a gift to the Queen
fiom tho women and girls of all,
classes, grades, and ages throughout
the United Kingdom, irrespective of
religious creeds, political opinions,
and all other distinctions or differ
ences in life, as a mark of loyal ai'
prcciaUou of her public and private
ghaructpr during the past fifty years,
Jt is proposed that the contributions
shall range from Id. to 1, and bo
collected by the wives of lord
lieutenants of counties, membors of
Parliament, mayors, aldermen, and
clergy of all denominations, The
wjfp of tho Mayor lias acceded to
the request of tho committeo, and
has placed herself at the head of the
movement in ceds. Homo News.
PERRY'S No. 1 JiVinllv Flour is
ollerid for sale Uy'UONSALYKS &
ir at tit.,.. I lit
YIEW8 of tho Lava Flow of 1187.
from NejifilWi'B made on the second
day of the eruption, showing the col.
iiuin of hn a nt the courco crater, may
bo t-cen nl ill') Photograph ltooms of J.
GONSALV Ei, 121 Fort St. Si)
a7E HAVE. Just received per Aus.
V trult anew lot of AitlMs' Mu
U'rfrli, ElonyWnio, Brackets', Ciillnct
Frames, Iluitio Fram"t, cto. And we
are better pteparrd than ever to make
Cornices and Phture Krainm, linwntf
the largest and best selected block of
Mouldings In Hie Kingdom. Kixo
linos.' Aut b-rttiii:. 31
Dn. Pm.nt'b Hiiaiit Kr.Mi:i)Y is a
Specific for all foims of Heart Ditt
eabo and abo for DifP;iMin of Kidnoys
and ClrcuUiuon. Doneilptivo book
with ovory bottlo. Uoiibon Smith &
Co.. AL'onts. 351
Patiionizi: Homo Industry by buy
iiij,'' cigarH of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Munufaetuior, at the Cryidnl Soda
Works, wheio I19 a yiQpiuod to (ill all
orders at tho lowest potsiblo whole
calo priocH. Island oidoro solicited
and promptly Idled. Tho attention
of dealers is icspeel fully invited to
tho fact "no licoiuu is miuiied" to
bell theso cigars, Do lmt fpigot tbo
numu J. W. Hiughiy, nor U10 place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
nwnnwrimrtmtr. wrmMain iiammmiitetattmufagaagg
COTTAGE TO IiET.
AT A VKIIY HK.VSONABM3
Charge, that neat colt'ige 011
I lie nlalnr. rpcciilli'nrmnlt'il
by Mr. 1'eacocK, of I'rceth it" Peacock,
and aftotwrtidrf by Mr. lib bin. The
coitigo contains novel ul rooms, n nice
yard, stable and carriage house. For
parlimilarit annly (.11 thu pruning-! or In
M. It. COhllUKN, at U11I111 P i n I Ifltf
rpi! well known Old Corner
X lr!ltliHPH. Apply nt the II L'A
VKll SALOON 1.7 if
A PLKASANT KIIO.VI' JIOOM.
l newly furnished, at I0." Niiuami
Avenue, by the week or mouth.
(!0 2V MII3. W. U. XllKDIIAM.
For Sitlo or Luti.se.
riMIOSi: PIir.MISKS SITUAT!' I) ON
X I'unahou Strict colled "Kiuianllo.
Ida," the property of C. II J111I1I, aie for
tale or for lease tor 11 term of yems.
Per particulars Inquire of
ALEX. .1. OAllTWKKHIT.
Honolulu, Doe 13, ItSO.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
WITH IMMKIHaTK 1'OSslSION,
the ruluitblu LUatu In Niiuanu
Valley, '.! mlliu fiom tint city, and mi.
doiibicdly the most cliplhln i.lte for a
Milk or Milk mid lluller U.iiry In this
Kingdom. Apply to J. II. WOOD.
February 'J I, 188". 52
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
rpiHl HOUSE AND LOl' AT WAI.
X kllil, nt present oieupled hr Q. U.
Ficeth. Apply at olllco of
PKLLTll it l'EACOOIC,
12 tf i.lNuuatm btiect.
For Sale or to Leaso.
A COTTAGE on Lunalllo btrcct.
At previa nccupled by P. Opfci
Bclt, Exp It contains parlor, dlnhif'
100111 unit 2 bedrooms, Imili, pantry anil
kitchen. A huge yard with outbuild
iujis for horam, carriage ami scrviiit.
17tt Apply to 1I..I. AON15W.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
rpilE HOUSE AND 1.0 1 delightfully
X locuti'cl, now occupied as a private
residence liy J. 11. Cusile. For full
parllrul.u., inquire of tho owner at
CASTLE & CO O ICE'S. 08 2 w
TO LET or FOR SALE.
SMALL MUCK COTTAGE TO
1. 1 or for tiilc, at f.olt'O. but would
prefer to bell on en-v term-. Apply lo
T. W. UAWL1NS,
At the Hawaiian So.ip Work, I.elco,
Kinghiicct. ii!) 2w
TO LET OR LEASE.
Limit: ns bin
X occupied by Wont
residence at Knpnlama, near the llcfnrm.
atory School, containing 7 leonip, in
eluding Parlor," Ilcdroom, Dining-room
and kitchen, Is now offered for rent or
lease at n mud reasonable rote. F'or in
formation enquire at William It. Cnllo'ii
lnw oflicc, or of Ah In, corner of Here.
tania and Xuniim Strcclo.
rpiIE UNEXPIRED LEASE OF
X those premises s-lunlul in Nuuiiuu
Valley, known as Grnvo Cottafje, form,
ci ly occupied by J. II. Paly, and recent,
ly by tin niiderslsncd, nfc 11 icsldcnce.
The lease expires Dec. I, 18SS.
Apply to IJUUOE OAUTWmUHT.
fit Uw No. it Kuahumaiiu SI.
THE KKSIDENOE AXI)
I'at-luio Linds at P.uiou Vnl
l'y. occupied by 31rx. Lone.
Apply on tho premiss. ;t)if
FAMILY COW, half .Terey,
'ouiiL' and n eoou milker, im
ported Irctm California. Inquire of
J. II. SUIT.K,
GOOD OAltltlAOE HOUSE,
Miltahlu for a lady or child to
drive. Perfectly sound, (pilot, and gen
tle. Price STi'i.oi) Apply ntltui.ir.iiN
Olllce, m lw
ACCOUNT OP DKl'AUTUKK,
Ono Oirriniiu I'litiolou. uulii-
hiuckcr'B inniinfiioiuru; and also, onu
llnu quuro Wulicr l'lano, all in good
order, cnqtiiiu of
11 lm 1IY.MAN 1IHQ3.
TWO DOUIILK KNDKD FHUIOI1T
(louts in uood order, San Fran,
c.hcn Imili; will 'nrry up to $ tons.
Cnii lm tuLiiiitthu)fnilnu Hallway.
Anjily lo TIIEO. II DAYILS i CO.
ONi: LAUOK 1.0 1', corner I'oiieacolu
and I.unalilo Hts, which can hu
divided Inlo two or iiiopj liulldiiis lota.
Kiinnlio of G. WICHT,
HI Of Wiiit, Dow & Co.
NOT I OK.
NEITIIKU CAPTAIN XOlt AOLNT
of 1JAHK ZOILA will hu icBiion.
hlhlu for ilulitR o intniiitcil without tliulr
onlor. .1. T. WA'IL'UHOUSi:,
f!-.3w A Kim I.
'"IMIK ANNUAL .MIJHTINO OF TIIK
X titiiukholilcrri of tho Intci-Uhnd
Steam Navigation Co. will ho Ik Id
Match It-t, nt 10 o'clock, a. in. at thuir
nlllci,' on the Ksplaiiaili'.
(11 lUt Sa'y I.I. S. N. Co.
IMONEY TO LOAN,
rpiIE undurnlcmd havo inouuy lolonn
1. in sniiiH of iiul Iops than ono thou".
and ilnlliurt iijioii HiitUfactory cci'iirlly.
SMITH, TIIUHSTON Cc .INXH.
(!2lf (! Foit Street, Honolulu.
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T YAK'S JiOAT BUILDINO
JX SHOP. Hear otLucai Mill.
BLACK CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK SILK HATS,
Black and White Gloves, Ties, Etc.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of Hit above-named Good, of tho
BEST QUALITY at
Cornel oi Xi-L .Ss IVIci'oliuut. HI., Honolulu.
Corner of Fort ami merchant.
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc.
WHite TTiew, TVliite Hat, D&to.
Bar Our BLACK CLOTH SUITS
Eastern Finish, and marked at the
It Fred'ricksburg Brewing Co.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
. Tho Lager Ilcer of
s I Was Awarded
At thu Expotltioiu
Pioneer Steam Candy Fact y.
And Cake Bakery. .
always on hand tho largest stock and greatest variet of Ilome
Made, Fresh and only Pure Candies and Cakes.
Lowest Prices, Pull Weight, and Fare Goods at Wholesale and Betail.
F. MORftfi, - Proprietor
And Only Practical Confectioner and Ornannntcr iu this Kingdom.
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not a specialty exactly, but are made now as beforo, of superior quality
aud richness of tlavor and OHNAMENTED IN AN AUTISTIC STYLE
which defies imitation and fully sustains a tvfcntj'-tlireo years' reputation,
not yot excelled iu Honolulu.
American, Trench, Italian, English and German Pastries
Made to Order at Short Notice.
Itreml Delivered Every liny to nil purtH of the Cliy, '1
Steam Made Ice Cream
At 8U.00 for one, and S5.00 for two Gallons. Mado from rich Bgg
Custard. It is made from Woodluwn Dairy Cream; gunrautecd to be
made without Starch or Gclatino, and acknowledged to bo the Richest,
l'urcbt aud Cheapest Ice Cream iu Honolulu.
Special Arrangements made for Large Orders.
Satisfaction guaranteed by
Factory, Storo and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Betel Street,
Botwoon Fort & Nuuanu.
of excellent quality.
LOWEST ilgurcs iu the
tho above Brewery
the First Prizes
of 1685 mid ISStf
Both Tejephoaei Ho f 4.