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WEDNESDAY, MAR. 30, 1887.
Slmr 0 U llishop from ICaiiul
Si-lip Kiiullluii from Wulaum;
Suhr Walcliu from Wnhiliia
Selir Walnll for llonomii
Hchr Walmiihi for 1'nimlktiti
Sttnr G It Hloliop for Jvnpait at I P in
Hclir Waleliu for Waliilita
For Muni mill lluwiill, per cteninor
Klimii, Mm o)i 'J'Jtli Mih Wllim, -Mlxs
lluttlo UlluliciK'k, Mn Hitchcock, Mm
Ktlllnian, br. V 11 Cuminlngs. Citpliiin
VUfcmjx, M A Goiiulvi'S, .) Vlerru, JIr
S Vox, Clmi Xotloy iiml wlfe.Mrlloecu
lid'', A K ICiinulnkea, Geo ltous, 11 r
Dillingham, J M Jtorncr mill about 110
Kor Kniuil, per steamer Mlkaliala.
March Hfltli Hcv .1 31 Silver, Colonel U
H Jtidd mill wife, 0 II .ludd, .lr. MN-i K
(lav, Cli:irlii Gav. Fraud Gay, V I.
lln'lokulilkl, T 11 Kiiliioono and wife,
Cnplalu Mniehiiiit, W II Hleo anil son,
mill aliout It) deck.
Kor Maul, per steamer Mkellkc,
Marcli '."Jtli Mm. rH llankM anil child,
31ih Alice Wallc. I l'ortloy. K Wheeler.
Itobert Lower., II S Trogloan ami about
From Hawaii anilMiiul, per steamer,
"V G Hull, March smii Commodore ami
3Ir DIckeMoii, Mls O'Connor, Gov K
1! linker, C X Spencer, G V Ciuley, F
0'i'oviiscm1,.f H l'ark, AL Stot, .r S
Emerson, 1) Kahaiilello, Mr.- W Taylor,
M.rs Kills, Mrs A ISurgess mul !" (leek.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sehr Walcliu ii-10 bag sugar.
StmrlliiU l,07i bnssi Miliar, 73 bags
awn, 0 coffee, l!7! bides, 1 Iiomo, 11
hogs, 87 pkgs sundries mul 1 vaciiiini
Slinr lllshop 2,000 bag sugar.
Sehr Kmillluu 1,1-11 hag sugar.
Tbo schooner Canute, U on the Mailuo
Jtailway being cleaned.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Kiiliiknun. Armstrong
Jlktuo Marv Winkelman, Blako
llrlg Allie Howe. Phillips
Ger hk 0 It lllshop. Welters
Torn W S Uownc, I'niil
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: usual borviees will bo hold at
Uio churches this ovoning.
Tin: Molteno enso will bo called up
ul Ibu Police Courl lo-morrow inorii
i"B. "Wn.imu is tho coining niaii," h:i.vh
a wag. It might bo said Unit ho's
Laiioi: numbers of tourisl.s nro ox
pectcd hero by the S. S. Australia,
on April (Hli.
It was past -1 o'clock yesterday
nflernoun when the 1'oliee Court nd
jounied. A .Tapanksi: nur.-o girl can obtain
employment by applying at J. H.
Ihown it Co.'h.
Tiik rolice Court was continuing
in session until after three o'clock
Si:vi:uai, additions have been made
to J. K. Urown it Co.'s5 advertisement,
which should bo perused.
Mil. If. Uertleman bus inado a
large and handsome book-cate, of
cedar wood, for the Palace.
TiiKin: are yet '10 cases of opium
in the Custom' House; 0 cases have
already been placed in tho market.
A riNK specimen of etching on
ohina, tho property of Mrs. Maefnr
luno, Sr., can bo seen at King Ilros.,
M H. Chas. llustiieo, Jr., has placed
on exhibition at King Uros., an oil
painting of the 8. S. Arizona, ex
ecuted by himself.
Ciu.vr.ai: letail storc-kcopors in
Niiuanu street complain of the trade
which thoy formerly had, having
largely gone to Port street.
Si.voi: tho death of tho old boat-boy,
reeoided in this paper n few days
ago, tho dog that bolonged to him
lias become bald fioin grief.
Tin: box plan for "Ye Ohio Folkes
Concerto," next Friday night, opened
at 12 o'clock noon, to-day, at J. K.
Urown it Co.'s ollice, and by 1 o'clock
21-1 seats weio taken.
A MAN reclining in a hammock,
susponded between two upright sup
polls, on a dray, on his way to woik
yesterday, was one of tho best exhibi
tions of laziness seen in tho streets
of Honolulu for u long time.
Mil. Lewis J. Levey, will have two
sales to-morrow, both at his wiles
joom, Qi)een street. Tho first, an
Assignee's sulo of thobankrupteslato
of Hnug Yiek, begins' at 10 o'clock
A. M. The second, an Administrator's
sale of real estate, begins at 12 noon.
"CoNQUimiNfl tho Wilderness," a
new and valuable book, can bo had
at Mr. Sopor's bookfstoro. "Sketches
of Life in Hawaii, by Laura K. Jiultl'
mid also books of thoKngliHliChuin
fervioe prayer books, hymn ln',;rt
etc! have been leduml in prie'' tllu
lint named to l.G0, at tK ""
AViio was it that got ll',Iri1!thu
other night? iniiiired'JV'',,',:r1',r;
porter of tho bartend ' tliolloyul
mixer of drinks, iim lily hoiiio 1 or-
tuguese. Iluti",'7c'l.0l,1'tl"lt ,0
ono who got-niuT'cd. Strango things
nro mho (JIUH" w''0" " -'(
jnnrricil ,ml docs not kll0W it(
' - s V ehiifroniWalalua ''''.-J'-111? ',,';m' "':,nn " vhUmI on Iho l):ll,,,nv for llu.e who linU III H 8 P W nilWI'S 4tJ I IEK IIU I UKKII I HP IIIITTI M
Hall brought iluwn HAWAIIAN HOTEL. . ,aSWMltt -.- .o j j u i i-i-ai-ii L. ui '$
tin old vacuum pun Horn lloinmpo,
yesterday, to bo sent to 1'aauhau
That I tiro lefuse at the foot of
l'ttnehbowl street lias not yet been
removed, and the
woise than ever.
steneli theiu is
SlNfi: the Klito icecream saloon's
cook and baker has become ill and
been taken to the Hospital, Mr. Hint
has been trying his band at making
cakes. Dough you doubt it.
A (h:nti.i:man engaged this morn
ing to give n friend iiean of fresh
Island butler, piovided tho recipient
would furnish tho container, which
ho did bv the expenditure of 70 cents,
On getting homo and opening tho
can, it was found to contain, instead
of Island butter, Island milk that
O.vi: of lluslaco it Robertson's
drays, with about 100 bags of sugar
on, got stuck in a bad hole, at the
foot of I'oit street this afternoon.
Extra teams hooked on, but could
not budge the loaded dray. After a
loss of considerable time, the sugar
was transferred to another team.
Tin: oll'icial representatives of tho
United States, Great Uritain, France,
and 1'otugal occupied seats in tho
Police Court yeslciday, during tho
hearing of tho charge against the
master of tho Allie Itowe, of bringing
immigrants into the country without
Si.voi: the anival of tho Allie llowo
from the South Sen Islands, an im
pression has prevailed in ccitain
quarters that the return to Hono
lulu of the missionary vessel Morn
ing Star is extremely problematical.
This impression uppenrs to have
been produced by u rcpoit that tho
Star had burst one of the tubes of
her boiler, and that she was damaged
in various wavs.
Si:vi:i:Aii members of the Honolulu
Itilles have made up the following
ticket, called the "Sporting-houso
Ticket," for tho coming election on
Thiuxlay night. Company A 11.
F. llcbbnrd, Captain, so far is O. K.j
but tbo rest, excepting Gunn, nro at
fault. Geo. Statenieycr, 1st Lieu
tenant; C. J. McCarthy, 2nd Liou
tenant. Company IJ J. W. Trait,
Captain; C. W. Ashford, 1st Lieu
tenant; II. Gunn, 2nd Lieutenant.
Tho auction sale by Lewis. J.
Levey, this noon, of the Mossninn
pioperty, corner of Fort and Uere
tania street, was well attended by
moneyed men. Mr. Lcvoy, after
reading tho order of salo and des
ciiption of property, asked for a bid.
Two thousand live hundred dollars
was oll'ercd at the start, and after
pretty lively bidding, witlriflOO in
crease at each oiler, tho property
was sold to Mr. Sam Allon, for
THE "BULLETIN" SUMMARY.
Is now issued mul will ho found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing -10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, anil
a complete resume of Honolulu mul
island news. There is no better paper
published in tiie Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription 62.50
per milium, including postago to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Sopor, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilcwett, Merchant strcot,
mid Uullktin Ofllcc.
An elderly man came into the
Jlui.urrix ollice this morning, and
nfter gazing at a human skull on tho
shelf for a few moments, enquired :
"Is this tho Bully-tin ofhco?"
"Whero's tho fellow who put in
that piison puzzle?"
"Look here, mister, is this thing
right? (handing u paper with the
prison pu.zlo. If it taint, then that
chap has made a fool of me, 'cause
1'vo been trying it right along sinco
tho first night."
"It is not right, sir, becnuso you
have gone through tbo coiners."
"Well, gosh-diirn my sister's black
eat, if 1 seed the fellow that saiz ho
could do it, I'll bu blown if I don't
call him a bard name.
A DEAD DOC ON WATCH.
It lias been reported to this ollice
that tho Waikiki hridgo is being re
paired. Glad to learn it. Wc can
better put up with many inconveni
ences, than with bad roads, and
bridges arc parts of roads. OtA
course, ti urnige cannot uo wen re
paired anywliat extensively while
open to triitllc. When the School
street bridge was recently being
mended, it was necessarily closed to
tralllc, of which duo notice was given
to tho traveling public. A different
expedient lias been, according to re
port, adopted nt Wnikiki. A dead
dog has been placed by tho sido of
tho road at (ho Honolulu end of tho
briihjo, wiich by means of its foro
ciiy prevents people passing not
ftat nutunl ferocity of real savage
ness, but tho terrible ferocit' of
doubly distilled . and a thousand
times concentrated smell, strong
cnopgh to lu'alcQ a sick; monkey
squirm. No one wjtli a noso will
ever pass tho barrier of tliftt dead
dog. A regiment of soldiers or all
tho forces of tho Kaimllou would
not ho half bo powerful to keep back
i ii. (wan
llonnn informed an American
visitor who called on him recently
that his great work on tho "Origins
of the Iliblo" would bo published in
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-- TMMPLK (1 tfAKHlHN m
As usual, Mr. Uarllctt, the mali
nger of tho Hawaiian Hotel, mado
every arrangement for tho comfort
anil convenience of the guests and
visitors, at the Quintcltu Club con
cert, last night. Chairs were pro
vided on the balcony for those who
preferred that position, and seats
were arranged in the yard below for
any who wished to remain there.
Tho entire sitting accommodation
was pretty well taken up soon after
tho music commenced. The walks
had been sprinkled early in the
evening, laying the dust iiml pro
ducing an agreeable coolness. The
largo electric burner, which was
formerly attached to the upper bal
cony of tho Hotel and rellcclcd
rather too fierce a glare on to the
balcony below, has been removed
from that position and attached to a
stately algaroba tree, in front of,
and some distance from, tho build
ing; from which position it rcllects a
mild and agreeable light on to both
balconies. From the front of the
Hotel, tho view, under the blaze of
electricity, producing light and
shade, was truly fairy-like. The
shadows of the ' abundant foliage,
particularly of the pepper treo
leaves anil of the cypress, with
their sharp cut' outlines, presented a
stereoscopio effect, which was very
rcmarkablo and much admired. The
Quintette Club, composed entirely
of native Hawaiians, sang a variety
of songs, principally Hawaiian, to
guitar accompaniments, and the in
tervals between music were pleas
antly devoted to social talk. Atmos
pheric conditions were favorable,
and another of those delightful even
ings such as can hardly be dupli
cated out of Honolulu was added to
the experience of those present.
TWO IMPORTANT COURT CASES.
Two important cases we're tried in
tho courts of the Kingdom yesterday
oiic in tho Supremo Court in Cham
bers, before Mr. Justice 1'rcston,
and the other in the Police Court,
before the Police Magistrate, Mr.
In the Supreme Court ease, one
Manuel llrito was brought up on a
wrif; of habeas corpiu, which set
forth that on the 10th of March last
he was illegally convicted, under
section -l of the Opium Act of 1880,
of having opium in possession con
trary to law ; that he had been sen
tenced to two years' imprisonment
at hard labor and a lino of $1,000,
and now prayed for his release.
Mr. W. A. Kinney, for Brito,
argued that his client had been il
legally sentenced, on the grounds
set forth in tho mittimus, so far as
related to having opium in posses
sion. His Honor confessed that he
hail great difllculty in understand
ing the Opium Act, under which the
commitment had been made, differ
ent sections of which appeared to
him very inconsistent with each
other, and reserved his decision,
which will be given next week.
The case engaging the attention
of the Police Court was that of
Captain Phillips, of tho brig Allio
Itowe, who was prosecuted by the
Government for a breach of the Im
migration Itogulatious, in that he
had landed immigrants without the
necessary permission. The Attorney
General conducted the prosecution,
and Mr. Thurston defended the ac
cused. Tho case occupied
tention of tho Court until
o'clock, when His Honor
that the cliargo was proven,
posed a lino of 8100. An
appeal was noted.
Of Sacreili! and Worlilllo tunes to be
Biingo and played by a (jiilni of dlver.-it
comely daniools and youths of niae
full skyllu on yo uytu of ye Friday
next, yo 1st of April.
Ye Ilarpllcbord pounders and Fiddle
fcrapcrs will give goodu chcere, and ye
tuneful lingers will stryvo for ye goodo
Vo folks ai'tyng will bo attyred in
goodely coftunie of yo tynic, but with
out vanity or ovorworlillienefs withal.
When yo last piece h;is been founded it
fiiiill bo time for yee to betake yeo
Yo Cognomen of foine of Yo Folko
Yo timeift iu"l fynglngo matter.
llodljah Uuokallvu Atllililtum Tliurf
Yoiprwno tiddler, Jcddcdnh Kllaklm
YarmVloy. who lldilllth with diverfe new
YV Ilarpllchord pounder fhull ho.
Ma&cpcnco Kplphalet Salvation .Jouis,
ynio kiioweth much of ye worlilllo t-mes
fluid I trained! ye Imrplleliord with nighty
Sontu of yo women and inwt lingers,
whofo bynames tire verlllo o'erlong to
pryuto and are herein shonoued.
lletfy llogiuagabi l'arl.vi
Arainautlia Intentltv Cruztiii, (yo
parfou' wife who Is fUHcd In manage
ment.) Saluniaiida Experience Urown, one
of vo women yt llugetli lliiglle.
leritflia Kxphntinii lhimlford, well
known to ye nuillck folko.
Solitary Ann Young.
Abigail Mnushnkcr Mooar.
Marcellua AuaftiUIn Hopper.
Lorlnthn Fidelia Dlekfou.
Anodyne Comeagiiln Auftln.
Serapldna Shunter King.
Joyful Fcoiiomy Greene, unit many
others whofo names yo prynter will no't
piynto for yo length ilicreui.
Somo of yo men lingers Walkabout
L'niergciicy Moife, yo 111:111 of much
Ohiidlnh Holdback Stiirkcy.
Walleyliamo Whlehway Hull,
Full o1 found (.iooduiioii!h Armstrong.
Timothy llowlablt Van Slyko and
others who will ho icon when yo uyto
Y'o new fanglcd horns called yo saxo
horus play for yo lingers and yo vlolou
ali-o, perndvenluro Mings be forth
coining for, yo fame
Notlffu. wcll;yo eoiieeilo will be In yo
greate mullck hull 011 yo Friday nyto
next. Yo eutrnueo mlto at yo big door
nreicrrcii m nosmuii, iiu ,m ,-,n.J, iv bi KnciBUflNwo v?nu a whbbvsm n h mm bbhbh r- & -t
i.uis uiii nvaHLHiiMi" i n nnnaaaaiavff mwm m
uvcr imported into
liiid manufactured especially for this market, and well worth inspection.
GOODS a large assortment. A large and
Straw I hits
S. EMELICH, 83
will ho 8 Yorkof hillings fl Doll-ir) and
vo upper ftorle mile limit be I Yorke
ihllllngs (M cents.)
Ye teats may be ehofen and ye fame
marked on ye' diagram at ye Informa
tion ollice of .1. K. Jlrowu on ye Mer
Yo blgge door will bu unbarred at
7-!!0 of ye tlmelfl's watch and yo chan
tor will found his tiim'lug fork for yo
concerto at S of yo watch.
Yo tltlielug man will take notice of
undue levity and fparking al ye con
certo. HOLY WEEK.
Iicli;;ioii9 services nt the Itomnn
Culhollo Cathedral of Honolulu.
Palm Sunday (April Sril). 10 a.
m., Messing and distribution of
palm branches, followed by u
solemn procession, and High M;iS3
with tho reading of our Lord's
Holy Thursday, (Maundy Thurs
day), 7 a. m. Hinh Mass with the
consecration of tho Holy oils, and
Holy Communion. ." i .m. The
washing of tho feet of 12 poor men,
representing the 12 Apostles. G-.JJO
p. m. Portuguese sermon. S p. si.
Holy Friday (Good Friday) April
8th 10 a. m. Service with the sing
ing of the Passion, followed by the
Veneration of the Cross. ',) p. m.
tho Station of the Cross, for nil in
general. C p. si. the Station of the
Cross for Portuguese. 8 p. jr. Eng
Holy Saaturday, (April Dili) 7
a. si. Service with High Mass, pre
ceded 13- tho blessing of tho Uap
Uo it known that tho hells will not
sound from Maundy Thursday to
Holy Saturday, as a sign of mourn-,
ing of the Church for our Lord's
Faster Sunday (Paschal Sundaj')
G and 7 a. si.i Low Masses with
Holy Communion. 10 a. si. Pon
tifical High Mass, followed by bap
tism of infants mid adults, a p. si.
Confirmation, followed by Ifosary
and tho Benediction of the Most
THE TALLEST OF KUOVH MEIi.
There appeared in the. London
pavillion last evening, for the first
time in tho country, the tallest man
whoso height has been recorded in
modern times. Tho now giant is an
Austrian named Winkelmeicr, and
and his height is eight feet nine
inches, which is over ono foot more
than that of Cli7.ng, the Chinese
giant. Winkelmeicr was born at
Freidburg, near Salzburg, Upper
Austria, in 18(!.r), his parents being
in an bumble station in life. Ilejy
tho youngest son of a family of.our
children, none of whom is of abnor
mal stature, nor are hj parents or
grandparents unusually tall. His
lingers span two octaves on :i piano,
and the stretch rA his arm is enor
mous. He slewed no development
of his extraordinary growth up to
the ago.t' fourteen, but since then
ho hiyr been growing rapidly, and
meioal authorities in Uorlin and
PtN have expressed the opinion
Uiiat ho is likely to increnso till ho is
twenty-live. Hie young man is
healthy, strong and intelligent. 15c
yoinl doubt he ii one of tho greatest
curiosities of the day, and his ap
pearance last night side by side with
a diminutive member of the Sehaf
fcr troupo of acrobats was extraor
dinary. A huge bed has been con
structed for him in the building of
tho pavillion, which will bo his homo
for somo timo to come. London
Dr. Windthorst, leader of tho
German Center party, is nininiaturo,
half-bliml man of 7.") years, with
Westphalinn. dhdeot. lo has hold
for somo years tho balaneo of poli
tical power in the Heiehstag in his
own hands. Uo is for that reason
itlouo n dangerous foe, and his party
has hitherto followed him with im
plicit obedience. In fact, hu com
mands not only the utucly-uiuo
votes of the Center, but also the
cloven Guelp members who desire
tho re-establishineiit of the former
Kingdom of ih.iiovor, tho llftcen
votes of tho Alsatians who nro
striving for tho restitution to Franco
tho "Lost Provinces," and 11U0 llui
sixteen Poles, who long fpr tho rc
ajlzatlon of Uio Kingdom of Poland,
for CJirls and Boys. Traveling Trunks and Valises a
and 65 Fort Street,
In short, Uerr Windlhorst is the
leader of all those who look upon
Msmnrclc as the enemy of the im
perial or federal idea. As n deba
ter, Windthorst is the most eminent
personage in tho Heiehstag, and in
this respect second only to the
champion of the German free
thinkers, Fugcno Kiehtcr. How
ever, Hon" Windthorst cannot be
called a brilliant speaker on ac
count of his unpleasant accent and
his slow delivery ; but ho is ono of
tho most ready and witty of Ger
man parliamentary orators; ho al
ways commands tho car of the
House whenever ho rises to address
it. lie lias given tho Chancellor
more trouble than any other mem
ber of the Heiehstag. Uerr Wind
thorst onco said of himself in Par
liament: "The Chancellor must
get uii very early if lie wishes to
catch mo napping," and to a cer
tain extent lie has prove the truth
of this assertion. From a social
point of view Hcrr Windthorst is a
man of winsome amiability rich in
read' wit and endowed with rare
culture. In the society of ladies ho
displays a certain old-fashioned
gallantry which easily gains him tho
hearts of the fair sc.v. His man
ner of living is the simplest imagin
able In ilcrliu ho has two fur
nished rooms in the house of a Ca
tholic tradesman, who inhabits what
i3 far from being the fashionable
quarter of the town. fS. F. Ex
M. Meissonicr is preparing a grand
canvas in which lie has depicted
dragoons galloping past Napoleon
with their heads uncovered, and this,
which ho half-mournfully calls his
"swan sonir." is intended with other
paintings for the li.-adliition
Wc believe it is about settled that
Senator John .Sherman is to publish
his autobiography. Tho work will
contain his reminiscences of men
and nlfairs during more than thirty
years of publio life. Philadelphia
Sir Fitzjamcs Stephen has aban
doned his intention of writing a
monograph on Carlyle. His rela
tions with Carlylo were so inti
mate that his book was expected to
prove an important addition to bio
Tho first complete Italian transla
tion of Heine's works, by Count
Secco-Suards, is now appearing in
Turin. Hitherto only somo of
Heine's poems, in the translations
of Cardiieci and Chiariui, were ac
cessible to tho Italian public.
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170R flrM.ru& Cui riiigcs, good lion-cn,
iiml civil mil envliil ilrlverp, ring
up Telcphoius Xo. :i:i5. ltcmeiiihcr, it
eostti no morn for a ililo In good cnr.
riugo tliiiu it does In n bad one. llonn.
lulu Cnrrlugo Co., Stand corner of Fort
and Merchant bts. 02 lw
1 CC LBS. Frcli Hoine-ModoCliow.
JUU lug Htleke, or bo-culled Hir.
burs' l'ulcf, nml fruh, doliclous Vanilla
and Chocolate (.'renins which I giinran
tee lo bo fur supciior and t-old cheaper
than tiny imparled, at F IIOKN'S Pion
eer Steam Cindy Factory mid Ilnkery
mul lee Cream Parlor. t'5tf
SiPERRY'S No. 1 Famllv Flour Is
J ollen (I for Bido by GONSALVKS &
CO., Queen Street.
WE HAVE just received per Ann.
triillu a new lot of AMlsts' Jin
tcrlih, Kliony YiTiiiv, Hwkot", Cabinet
Frames, Itiwtte Frame?, eto. And we
nro butler prepnrcd than ever lo mnko
Cornices uud Picture Fraino, having
the largest and best, (.elected Block, of
Moulding); in I lit) Kingdom. Kixu
linos.' AitT Biouij. Ul
Dit. Flint's Hilvut lti:sii:iY is a
Speoilii! for all forms of lleait Dis
ciim) and alto for Dii-ciiM's of Kidneys
and CiicuUiaoit. Dctciiplivu book
with oveiy bottle. Denton Smith it
Co., Agents. " 1151
I'ATito.w.i: Homo Iudiihtry by buy
ing cigars of .1. W. Ilingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at thy Crytdal Soda
Works, where ho is prepaicd to (ill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices, Island outers i-olieited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealors is lespeetfully inviled'to
tho fact "no lieem-o is icipiiied" to
boll then) clgni'K. Do not forget tho
unino .1. W. ilingloy, nor tho place
Crytstal Soda Works, Hotel tUicot.
Lariresl and ljosl; Selected Slocks of
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
&3T5 Special attention is called to our stock of
AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
well selected stock of BOYS' CLOTHING in tho
I will sell the line at
rJOO XMEnFTT COJWtDPjETXTXOIV !
The Undersigned, F. HOHN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the publio that from this day on ho is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases tho fullest satisfaction, a3 given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references (latin"
back as far as tho. year
In Honolulu, together with over forty years' practical experience in this
lino of business, the subscriber respectfully solicits :i share of patrona-'o in
(this lino of business.
COUrcOtlOHOl'. JUHllV COOIC JUKI Ol'llllllK-Iltor,
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74- (ftf am) Honolulu, H. I.
lMroicrnr. akd dkai.eu in
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Having bought Hie
Hie Temple of Fashion at ixre.il Iv
iiicrmiH jmimiiH in prn.es wiikiii (in y compi'lllton.
These uooiU are Ural dim in everv lusnuct timl t
Ill oireriiit!; llieni to our customers wo would most respectfully draw their r.t
tcntlon to the fact tlmt we aru giving iliom tho benellt of our cheap bargain and
invito the public In general to give us a rail and examine theso goods buforo pur
chasing clsewhcie. Our usual lino of '
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is ioo wen Known lo nccu
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortinont of
Comprising the well-known brawls of
COLGATW & CO., LUNDBOKCJS,
EASTMAN S ALOHA, J EOY T'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE
Opposite Irwin & Cos
Egan & Co.'s
entire Stock of
rellnred rntui. we now nllVr tlmm m m,-
consist of all grades and qua).
Eicli nil Poor alto.
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