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'6'H Siui'jj VlUl;ti,
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 23, 1887.
Stmr l.iliiin from Ilninnkti.i
Sclir Molwnlilno from Ilunmkiia
Hchv Llliollhu from Komi
Stmr Mikalmln for Kmial nt 5 p m
Sclir 5IaiuioUiiiv.il for Knoltin nt 3 p m
Bktuc S X Custlu for Sun Francisco
BgtnuJ DVpicckcN for .-an Fruuclsco
JtU Voloolty for Hongkong
Htmr TiChuii for IIhiiiiiUim at 5 p til
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktne Eureka for Sun Francisco
For S.in Francl-co. pur bglno .1 D
Sprocket, Miir'.a M II Morwln.
Tor San Francisco, per Iiktno S X
Casllo, Mar2:i L M Tomsalnt anil
child, Win Johnson anil .1 W ctcitmn.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lolnin 2,500 hags sugar
Sclir Molwnlilno 1,7iu hags sugar
The bgtno J 1) Sprcokcls sailed tills
noon for San Francisco, taking- 0,018
hags of sugar and 720 hags of rice,
valued at 8:15,030.60.
The bktnc S X Castle sailed tills
morning for San Francisco, with 15 flS2
hags of sugar?", weighing I,7"i0,:i43 lbs,
and valued at 807,S57.30.
The hark Vclo Uy took lOJvj tons of
old Iron valued at S."0, and 4,000 old
bottles valued nt 120, from this port for
Hongkong this afternoon
The Molwtililne made hor last round
trip in six days.
The a hoonors Kaulkeaoiill and Kula
manu are due here from llaniakun.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Kalakaua, Armstrong
Bk Martha Fisher, Biickln
Bktne Eureka, Meyer
Uktno Mary Wlnkelman, Blake
Brig Allto Kowc, Fhllllps
Ocr bk U It IlNliop, Woltcrs
Schr Hera, Olcson
Tern W S Bownc, rani
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tiiur.r. new members wcro elected
to tho Honolulu Itillca last night.
Mil. .1. l IJowon, of tho Koystono
Saloon, 1ms two billiard tables for
Thk whaler Francis Palmer was
on tho loo sido of Diamond Head nt
2:35 this afternoon.
Tun usual mid-week services will
bo held in nil the English-speaking
churches this evening.
A huno full of pig-iron accident
ally went overboard from the bark C.
R. Bishop, this morning.
Tiik Killo drill and hop, on tho
evening of tho 25th instant, promises
to be a brilliant ovent.
That now stock of Smoking
material is now open at the Denver
Cigar Divan, and is described in an
Haktman, who, was arrested for
i trying to leave the country without a
passport, is said to have shipped on a
whaler for the Arctic.
They Bay that Mr. Tewksbury
would make a splendid end-man in
a minstrel show, because he's bo
awfully funny, you know.
. m .
Ninety-five Chinese passengers,
including thrco women and six chil
dren, departed for Hongkong by tho
bark Velocity this afternoon.
The canvas awning of tho Templo
of Fashion swung out with a gust of
wind this morning, and caught the
top of Mr. T. King's buggy, tearing
it completely oil'.
Cat-tain Jackson, Lieutenant Mc
Donald, and the Chief Engineer of
the Kaimiloa will appear in full dress
uniform nt tho Rillo hop, Friday
Sam Macy says that excepting tho
German banquet last night, the town
was dead. If Sam had to dig up news
to-day ho would think tho town
A handsome prizo baseball and
enso from Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown,
for tho baseball season of '87, to bo
competed for by all local teams, is on
view in Howett's window.
, There's an elderly man known as
-V Jack Smith, who is frequently seen
on tho streets, during ruin and him-
shine, with his coat slung ovor his
right shouldor, but nover fitted on
A buoah boiler of five years' ex
perience in this country, and with
tho best of roferqnces, awaits an en
gagement at tho oflico of Major Gu
lick, Merchant street. Tho Major
lias also two fresh cottages to lot.
W. Woomiam, charged with tho
lnrcony of a steer, was found guilty
in tho Police Cojirt, yestoidny, and
sentenced to one year's impiitou
mont, and $1.70 costs. An a)) peal to
tho Supremo Court was noted.
Mit. F. Horn lma boon entrusted
with tho catering in the refreshment
dopartmont of the Honolulu Hides'
ball, next Friday night, and will, no
doubt, give a magnificent illustration
of hiH skill acquired by many years
of experience in that lino.
tm..m, ..It Q -
In place of tho usual devotional
mooting at tho Lyeouni thero will bo
a called meeting this evening, which
all membors of tho church arc
v oariiohlly requested to attond. Tho
I meeting will begin at half past 7
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Mn. Fatten-on, formerly chief nln
cer of the bark Kalakaua and libel-
nut of tho voel, lias been appointed
kocond mate of tho stcamor Iwulanl.
Patterson's wife and Mrs. Armstrong,
wife of the master of the Kalakaua,
Messhh. Jf E. Brown it Co.'s list
has received tho addition, among tho
wnnlods, of a respectable woman to
assitlnl f.fwing in n private family,
and a powjn desiring to purrlniKa or
leai-o a cottiigo of Jivo or nx looms.
. . .
The native Bailors of tho steamer
Lchua look oil' every stitch of their
clothing this noon, and sat down un
der the faucet on the P. M. S. S.
wharf. Two spectators did not seem
to mind, if ono may judgo by actions.
The now barkenlino S. N. Castle
left about an hour ahead of the J. D.
Sprockets, this forenoon, for San
Francisco. Though tho Castlo had
tho start, Captain Friis, of thoSpieck
ols, mid ho would overhaul her be
fore morning, and tnko her in tow.
A mttm: novelty, in tho form of a
printed laundry account, comprising
part of a pin cushion, provision being
made for mat king tho numbers of
tho different kinds of articles sent to
wash with pins, will bo on salo at Mr.
X. S. Sachs' Popular Millinery
It is stated on good authority that
this morning the Admiral and tho
Boatswain of the navy exchanged
apologies and explanations, and
pledged each other in "Sunthin
strong," at tho Union. Good oflicersl
Client Navy I Happy Country.
The German residents commemo
rated Emperor William's birthday by
a banquet at tho British Club, hut
evening. Hon. II. A. Widcmaun
presided and proposed tho health of
tho Emperor, which was drunk with
the onthusiain characteristic of Ger
mans on such occasions.
The steamer Lchua, which arrived
last night from Hamakua, reports
Hue weather. The Lchua sails at 5
o'clock this exeniug, so as to make
live trips in ono month. She brought
2,500 bags of sugar this trip, and was
discharged by 15 natives in about 5A
hours. Tho schooners Canute and
Maun were loading at Houonui on
THE COMING ENTERTAINMENT.
The Amateur Minstrel Company's
programme for next Saturday night's
entertainment is published in to
day's Bui.tXTiN, anil presents a
pleasing variety to suit all classes of
tastes. The performance is bound
to draw. The box plan was opened
at the office of J. E. Brown & Co.,
at 0 o'clock this morning, and b'
noon more than a half of tho scats
KAUMAKAPILI CHIME OF BELLS.
Nine bells arrived by the Zealandin
on Sunday, for Kaumakapili Church.
The largest bell weighs 1,528 pounds,
the next 1,012 pounds, followed by
721,519,-121, 335, 231, 219, and
172 pounds, aggregating in all
5,101 pounds of bell music. The
bells-will not be put up for a month
or two, as workmen are repairing
the ceiling of the church. The seats
for the church, GOO in number and
like those in tho Hawaiian Opera
House, arc expected here from
Boston in May next.
OPENING AT THE POPULAR MILLINERY
Mr. N. S. Sachs, of the Popular
Millinery House, Fort street, an
nounces to-morrow and tho two
following days as the season for
opening of his new stock of goods.
The goods to be seen on exhibition
and for sale arc of great variety,
and adapted to tho requirements and
demands of Honolulu and Island
people. Ladies' hats and bonnets,
of tho newest styles and fashions,
comprise a line to which particular
attention has been given. No des
cription in words can convey an
cdequntc idea of tho appearance of
the various kinds of goods, but a
personal visit and a visual examina
tion will be inoro satisfactory. There
fore, a personal visit and inspection
A week or so ago, a gentleman
kindly came to the Bulletin olllco
with an item of news, which tho
editor requested the gentleman to
commit to writing, to save himself
tho trouble. Tho request was good
naturedly acceded to, and the item
placed on paper, a somewhat worn
olllco pencil being used for that
purpose. Tho gentleman, on leav
ing, unintentionally carried away
the pencil in his hand. Having
discovered since that he was in
possession of a pencil which did
not belong to him, he set his
thoughts to work to discover whero
it came from. Ultimately reaching
the conclusion that it was a Bul
letin pencil, he camo to the olllco
this morning to return it. This is a
remarkable instance of scrupulous
honesty, tho liko of which is seldom
met with. Nover knew such a thing
before. If all tho pencils which
have been walked away from this
olllco during tho lifetime of tho
Bulletin, wero now returned in a
heap, we should be able to suspend
publication and open a pencil shop,
''lie who is faithful In that which
is least, will also bo faithful in that
whioh is greatest."
Chnng'K (the Chincso'giant) wife,
gets into his coat pocket when sho
desires to keep warm. N. Y..
Lnundrymcn are tho most humblo
nnd forgiving brings on earth. Tho
more cuffs you give them the more
they will do for you.
Haayaw hi m
iir.Fonn .iniKiE pueston, j.
Tuesday, March 22nd.
In re guardianship of Kamnmno
(k.) and Kaponookalani (If.),
minors. The Court hcaid the ap
plication of Kekahunn, praying for
the appointment of a guardian of
the property of said minors. The
record shows that the two boys are
entitled to a reversionary interest in
lands devised by tho late Kaliana
waawai, deceased, widow of the Into
Hon. P. Kanoa. The petitioner had
a lifo interest in said lands. The
estate of Kalianawuawai being in
debted in tho sum of 8800, or there
abouts, it Is proposed to pledge said
lands as security for the money to
be borrowed. His Honor appointed
Mr. II. Smith guardian of the pro
perty of the said minors for the pur
pose's aforesaid. V. O. Smith for
Ahuna vs. Sclig. Continued from
Wednesday, Mar. 23th.
Jim Crow, drunk, 8(5.
Yang Ye, for assault and hittery
on Un Poon in Honolulu on 22ml
inst., fined $30, and 81.40 costs.
Atiu and Ah Jim, remanded from
yesterday, charged with goming, a
nol. pros, was entered.
Palakiko, from yesterday, chr.rgcd
with larceny, nol. pros, entered.
CURING DUMB ANIMALS.
A MEDICAL DEVAimiENT IN Till'.
VHHSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA.
The fat canary tried fco hard (o
chirp on seeing a stranger in the
Dean's room that its yellow eyes
bulged out on its yellow beak. The
chirp was an evidence of good faith,
and not at all for publication. "It's
no use," said Clerk Salvador, mourn
fully, mindful of the effort on the
fat canary's part, "Unit sore throat
It was a sad irony of fate. The
fat canary was a pampered boarder
in the hospital of tho Department of
Veterinary Medicine of the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania. His fond
owner paid 25 ccnt3 a week board
for him, and he lived in the Dean's
room. Nevertheless his throat was
chronic, and all the Dean's skill and
gargles could not save him. In the
same cage with the fat, chronic
canary swung and sang a thin,
reckless Alsatian canary. He was
a healthy vagabond, whom Clerk
Salvador had picked up from a
short-sighted owner on Darby road,
who thought he was "no good." He
sounded an ecstatic falsetto, and the
fat, chronic canary goggled his eyes
Dean Huidckopcr got the idea of
the Veterinary Department at tho
college of his graduation at Alfort,
Germany. So when one rings the
bell, or rather sounds tho fire alarm,
at tho entrance of the hospital be.
hind the University Athletic Associ
ation grounds at Thirty-sixth and
Pine tho door is opened by a groom,
who might have been translated
"from tho German of Marlitt" by
Mrs. Wistar. lie is in brown cordu
roy from head to foot. He is bland
and stolid, and his red-corded cap,
with tho silver letters V. D. U. P. on
the front of it, is of tho same pattern
that the Teutonic legions wear who
overwhelmed tho French in tho high
colored pictures on the walls of any
North Third street wcin handlung.
Up stairs in tho laboratory there is
a German caricature of the hospital
at Alfort. Convalescent pigs are
wheeled along the gravel walks of
the picture. Another pig, eonvnl
scent enough to bo refractory, is
being obliged to take a bath. Sickly
short-horns arc being fanned by
watchful attendants, and invalid
pugs look languidly out fiom their
hospital pillows. It will be seen
that the humorous side of caring for
dumb beasts was quite as obvious to
the German caricaturists as it has
been to the American. i
There is a queerer tiling than n
pig's easy chair in the Veterinary
Hospital. This is n horse lunatic
asylum, or rather, a cell for a man
iacal equine crank. It is in the same
compartment with tho TurkMi baths.
The walls arc of solid brick. It is
oval in shape and padded on the
inside. Ono of the llat-cappcd
grooms was making the Turkish
bath ready for a patient in tho after
noon, when the fat canary tried to
chirp at tho stranger in the Dean's
room. The Turkish bath is merely
a square brick apartment, witli an
apparatus for parboiling thopationt.
Meantime in the sumo section of the
hospital, three newcomers stood im
mersed past their fetlocks in u stone
trough full of hot water. Their
h-.ofa wero being prepared by this
process for examination, and they
seemed to like it.
Two students, ono a llrst and the
other a second year man, hleep in
tho pharmacy on the same floor with
tho horses, and if one of the brutes
coughs in the night ono the students
has to get up and look to it. The
animals' owners pay 81 a day for
board, lodging and medicine, and
extra for professional services, so
that the University Is commercially
bound to seo that tho beasts have
tho best of care. The worst cases
aro provided with box stalls, of
which there nro live each with a
swinging harness, in which a horso
may live and din without bearing
any weight on his legs. Thu ordi
nary Invalids have twelve handsome
single stalls for their aououuuoda-tion.
Thero are no eats in tho hospital
at present. Tho dog ward, however,
is populous. It has been agitated
lately by the grief of a member of
the Deniocialio City Committee, who
hangs for hours dally over the wire
kennel where his pet bull terrier
draws lis distempered breath An
infantile and orphaned pug, scarco
weaned boforo his lamented mother
died, is the pet of the place, nnd is
being brought up on the bottle.
The busiest hours at the hospital arc
between 8 and 10 o'clock in the
morning. Then all sorts and con
ditions of men who come under the
very general description of "worthy"
ore entitled to bring their sick pets
and diiir.b servants for free treat
ment. The hospital gate al this
time looks like the entrance to
Noah's Ark. The students, of whom
there are now forty-eight, arc pre
sent, and each case of relief is made
a clinic. The veterinary department
is in its third successful year.
AN UNGOVRNABLE TEMPER.
THAT IS GIVEN AS THE CAUSE OV A.
IIECENT SIlOOTINO AND ATTEMTED
New York, March 2. Tho wife of
Kcv. Chas. W. Waid, rector of St.
Paul's Episcopal Church at Engle
wood, N. J., who was shot through
the jaw by her husband, who also
himself in the head on February 22l
at the rectory in Englowood, was re
moved to-day to tho home of his
brother-in-law, Aaron J. Vnndcrpool,
New Yoik. She is now practically
out of danger.
The following authoritative state
ment in behalf of Mrs. Ward was
made to-night: "Now that Mrs.
Ward has been removed from Mr.
Ward's house, where no possible
harm can come to her through
violence from her husband, it must
be truthfully started that Ward wil
fully shot his wife. It was the
crowning act in a long period of
brutal violence to her. Mis. Ward
is u slight woman, weighing in the
neighborhood of 100 pounds, while
her husband weighs nbont 200
pounds. That man has treated that
frail woman like a dog. Thero was
not the slightest cause for the shoot
ing. He simply became ang' at
her and shot her. It has been stated
that Ward has been subject to fits
of insanity. All tho insanity lie was
alllictcd with was an ungovernable
It was stated at Knglewood last
night that by advice of District
Attorney Marshall of Englowood,
tho Protective Association aro keep
ing Ward in quesi custody. If ho
gets well he will be compelled to
face criminal proceedings for shoot
ing his wife.
THE ARTIG EXPLORER.
COL, GILDEIl AT SELKHli;,
ON HIS WAY TO NEW
Winnipeg, March L'. Col. Gilder
arrived to-day at Selkirk, a small
town twenty-live miles, cast of here,
and was interviewed by the Times'
correspondent over the telephone,
lie gave the following account of
himself: After leaving Winnipeg
last fall he had a very unpleasant
voyage to York Factory, which
occupied two months. Ho was un
ablc to get all tho way, and had to
travel in a canoe, getting Indians to
bring the outfit and supplies along.
He reached Fort Churchill too late
to catch the Hudson Bay boat to
Nottingham Island, and, as he would
havo to stay several months about
Churchill without occupation, he
decided to return to New York to
transact some business, after which,
he says, ho will leave in timo to
catch tho next Hudson Buy boats,
several months hence, or else catch
a whaling vessel bound to the north
ern seas next summer and go through
He left his companion Grifllth nt
Fort Churchill with instructions to
take the stores and proceed to Not
tingham Island, b' the llrst IluiUon
Bay boat. Gilder promised to join
him thero if he did nol join him at
Churchill by taking a steamer from
Winnipeg up tho sumo ionic as that
he adopted last fall. When asked
if he had abandoned the pmject of
reaching the Polo, Gilder replied
indignantly that he had not, anil was
not the kind of a man to abandon
such a scheme. He came all the
way down from Churchill by dog
train, having a pretty rough timo of
it. Ho says both himself ami Grillith
are in good health, and expi esses
the opinion that the Hudson Straits
are navigable for powerful vessels all
the ycur round. Ho expects to leave
for New York shortly.
A correspondent writes from
that the condition ol voiinc
women there and in Italy at largo
who wish to sing in public is de
plorable. Ho biiya tho city U full
of American girl3 with opeiatio as
pirations that are doomed to bitter
disappointment. Some of them are
positively suffering for lack of the
necessaries of lifo. No one, ho
adds, can make a career in Italy
without money. Most of our coun
try women pay for the privilege of
appearing on the stugo; pay for
notices in tho newspapers ; pay for
everything liko courtesy or criticism.
Not a few of them golhcre, and,
after spending several thousands of
dollars, llud that they have gained
nothing. A New York girl wrote
hoinujiot long since: "Tho, amount
of misery, blasted liopo and broken
henrteilncss in this city (Milan) can
t. .',.- ' , ... ..... .., '. ...!.- v s:&A.ti,A.Ybil:i..-i-. . ..,......-. jiVJt.Afe.;JliilL.2J.1aiAtti.
hardly bo dctiorlbori. It o dreadful
to think of unprotected glils coming
here, where the men have, as a rule,
no principle, and are absolutely des
titute of morality." The agents
who undertake to manage their
affairs aru almost always rascals of
the vilest sort, such as would not
be tolerated for an instant in the
United States. Italy is, as rcspepts
an oppoiliinity to sing, a delusion
and a snaie. The Italians who have
any connection with tho opera
houses are morally robbers, and
even worse. Their infamy can
scarcely bo conceived In this coun
try, where, happily, they have no
parallels. N. Y. Commercial Ad
vertiser. Women never stood higher than
they do now. Look at their heads
and at their heels. Troy Times.
"Mamma, you say that papa goes
to work to earn his bread. Why
don't he earn cream cuke some
times?" In the discharge of even a single
duly, always bo sure that it is load
ed. Burlington Free Press.
When trying to catch the ear of a
St. Louis girl you should uso both
1 fC LBS. Fic-h Homc-Modo Chew
lvu u g .stick?, or to.nilletl Bir.
hers l'o'o , mill f u-U, delicious Vnnllln
ami Clioc'ilntc Crc ins which I gunr.in
teo to In f ir mpu' lor and mid clieapir
tlmn any imported, til F HOKN'S Plon.
cir Ste.nii Canilj Factory amlBikery
nn J Icu Cruam Parlor. 85 tf
S PERRY'S No. 1 F.unllv Flour is
ollcicd for sale by GOSALVES &
CO., Queen Strout.
WE HAVE jut received per Aus
tralia n now lot of Aitisls' Mn
tciid, K'ony Ware, Urn kctJ, Cabinet
Frames, Itu-tlc Fiani's, etc. And wc
are better prcpaidl than ever to make
Cornices nnd I'lrturo Finnic, hnvlng
tho InrC'l nnd beat Hileuicd stock of
Mnulillngs In ih- Kingdom. Kino.
Duos." Aiit fc'TOiti:. 4
Dit. Flint's Heaut Ue.medy is a
Specific for all founs of Heart Dis
easo mill nlbo for Diseases of Kidneys
nnd Circiiltiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Bonbon Smith &
Co., Auonts. Ilfil
Patuonize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Ilingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, nt tho Crystal Soda
Works, whero he is piepared to fill all
orders nt the lowest po;?siblo whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell theso cigars. Do not forget the
naino J. W. Ilingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
MEETING OF THE BTOCK-
holduisof the Mutual Telcphono
Company will l,e held at tho Company's
Ihilldluj.', at 10 o'clock a. m.,
THURSDAY, MARCH 24th
A full attendance it requested.
By order of tho Diicctois.
82 lOt A. JAEGER, rJcc'y.
Warranted Pure Brew of
Malt and Hops.
And Ml'HtJIAIilljY imTTIiKD
fur tho undersigned.
Forsalo by nil flrst-cliss liquor dealers
H, HACKFELD & CO.,
Solo Agents for I he Hawaiian Islands.
TUB Daily Bolletii
To bo had nt
J. H. KOl'EH, -A.
and DAILY 111JLLETIN OFFICE.
of nil liliulu cxo.
ted ill tlio Daily Bui.li.tin Ofllco
ial TeleDnone Go
Ev " C.
'MJM." 'I-'V" mil U'Ll'.I'i11" "!".r.r. Lf'i.
)3 & 05 Tort Street, Honolulu.
By tho Zealandin, duo here on tho 18th of this month,
Mr. Bhrlich will return to Honolulu, with ono of the Larg
est and best Selected Stocks of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS!
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and General Public tire cordially invited to
inspect tbo Stock upon its arrival.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS!
81 S. EHRLICH.
IMPOKTi:U ASD BKAMin IS
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Street;, Honolulu.
IInl:ip; bought the
ito uuu wuuiw
From tho Templo of Fashion at Rrc.itly reduced ratcj, wc now offer them to our
numerous patrons nt prices which do y competition.
These goods arc llrit clnss In every icspcct nnd consist of nil grades nnd qual.
Him, Suitable for llie Rich and Poor ale;
In oU'crihit; them to our customers wo would most leapcclftilly draw their at
tention to the fact that wo nro giving them the benefit of our vhea'p barjfain and
invito tho public in m nernl to ijlvc us a cull and examine thesu goods before pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need epcclal comment. fi!)
(Fqrmcily with Samuel Nott).
Impor'lei' and Denier- 11
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OROOKEKY, GLA6SWA.HE, HOUSE FUKNISHIXU HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
C2T Btoro formerly occupied by S. NOT!', opposite Sprocket & Co.'s Bank. T3t
JOHN ITT, 1. 8 Mliai
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPEE AND
093 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Succcsiort to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Nolt.)
New Goods for tho Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
From tlio very lioa makers.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete Stoelc ol" GooiIh in JSvory
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Hollister & Co.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OF
Straiten & Storm Cigars !
', i.;i m , i ' ',!.". I VyP"1)' ,J 'Wfj
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
entire Stock of
i ii J7 ' M fiiij