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THURSDAY, MAlt. 31, 1887,
Bchr Walchu for Wnlalua
VESSELS LEAVING T0MI)RR0W.
Stmr W G Hull for I.alialiin, Moalnea,
ICona nuil Kan nt 10 u in
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk KalaUnua. Armtrong
llUtne Mni-y Wlnkoltnaii, rihiko
(ler bk U U IlNhop. U'olteri
Turn W S Uowuc, l'.uil
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A I.OITY ling pcilu lltlH llUUll peiehed
on top of tho Uhineso Club House.
Tun 1'olieo weio paid oil' to-day.
No arrests tiro expected to-night.
Tim (lour of tho Supremo Couit U
being le-covoied with now matting.
Till! April Term of tho Siipicmu
(Joint begins on Monday next, Mc
Cully .1., presiding.
Tin: enle of tho Duval premised by
E. 1 AdauiH & Co. has been with
drawn its they weio (lif.poi.cd of in u
yoAiicm.v a seat in the box plan of
the Hawaiian Opeia I onto in unap
propriated for to-moriow ovoning'H
A ci:.mi:kt sidewalk is being laid
down on Niiiuuiu slteet, along hide
of tho brick building which extends
to tho King ntreot corner.
Tin: bark Hydra for Hongkong,
the bark C. It. Uisdiop and the
bchooncr W. H. Jlowno for San Pnin
eihco, will Hail on Satuiday next.
At Mr. Lowiw J. I.evey'n land pale
this noon, lli Ex. Antono llon
bought tilt' lirnt iaicel of lauil for
.$900, and the hecond wiw told to a
Portuguese, Orella l'oit by name, for
Tin: evidenco and argument of
counsel in the larceny case of a can)
of condensed milk fiom H. May t
Co.'b, wan completed this morning.
His Honor announced that ho would
deliver judgment to-morrow, after tho
Molteno cas-o w;ih di.'.po.-ed of.
Till! following is tho latest ticket
printed for this evening's election :
Captain, II. V. llobhnrd; 1st Lieu
tenant, J. V. Pratt; 2nd Lieutenant,
HughCiiinn; Captain, Win. linger;
1st Lieutenant, .1. If. Fisher; 2nd
Lieutenant, E. F. Uisliop.
Accoitnixci to tho "Herald," at tho
Lyceum last evening, a committee,
consisting of Hov. S. E. Bi.shop, Mr.
.1. O. Caiter, Mr. II. A. Paimaleo,Mr.
W. A. Kinney and Mr. E. C. Damon,
were appointed to confer with a com
mittee of five of Fort-t-ticct Church,
on the advisability of uniting the two
congiegations, and to report to tho
Bethel Union at a future meeting.
NEW MAP OF HAWAII.
A map of tiic island of Hawaii,
from Hawaiian Government surveyb,
by Messrs. Unwell and Webster,
civil and mechanical engineers, is on
sale at Mr. Hewott's book store.
Mountains, districts, lava Hows, and
the names of neighborhoods aro all
clearly niaiked. This map will
prove a serviceable addition to the
fixings of every olllco wall and to
every schoolboy's and schoolgirl's
satchel. Its selling price is SI. 25.
Tho auction sale at Mr. Rosen
thal's, by 12. P. Adams & Co., yes
terday, was largely attended. Tho
piano was sold to Mrs. l?oth for
Mrs. Wagoner at SIUO, a Kensing
ton embroidered lambrequin to Mrs.
Geo.'C. Hockley for S!35, two Dres
den figures to Mrs. Geo. C. Heck
ley at '8200 apiece, and tho bed
room set to Mrs. Cameron at SOO.
Almost everything was sold at good
prices, tho entire sale aggregating
A lady said she would rather have
her sou join the Honolulu liillcs
than the Firo Department, because
the dangers to life and limb aro so
great in tho latter. The fond
mother little knows the tcrribleucss
of iv soldier's life. Ho is likely to
diop his gun and crush one of his
toes, or fall down on his bayonet
and stab himself to tho heart, lie
might be court-nuutialed and shot
for disobedience, or ho might be
come a Lieutenant and cut off his
lingers wilh his sword, In target
practice his tender shoulders will be
kicked black and blue, and corns
will grow on his foot fiom long
marches. Oh woman, blessed as
you aio with petticoats, happy with
(lowers, tucks and rullles, have com
passion on your sons and do not
send them off to be soldiers.
BAND CONCERT AT THE QUEEN'S
Yesterday afternoon the Royal
Hawaiian Hand, juicier tho direction
of Prof. II. lleiger, gave nn excel
lent concert at tho Queen's Hospi
tal. Tho weather was all that could
bo desired, tho brightness of the
sun being shaded by the luxuriant
trees and bowers that abound within
tho Hospital grounds. Tho convale
scent inmates of thu institution
turned out and strolled uboiit thu
grouilds, fully enjoying tho mVislcnJ
treat provided for them, whilst those
who were conduct! to their beds,
rested tranquilly while thp sweet
jnijsjc was discoursed.
During the concert tho Hospital
was visited by several ladles and
gentlomcti, amongst whom were the
lions. C. R. Bishop and A. S.
Cleghorn, Mr. ilobt. Stirling, Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Paty nnd Mons.
Michiels and Tavcmier.
Tho music of tho saxophones was
an especial treat to both native and
foreign listners, it being a novelty
to. them. The pleasure afforded
was reciprocal, tho Bandmaster and
his musicians expressing their in
tense delight at being able to com
fort tho sick, tho maimed, and tho
The Lieutenant small of tho Kalmlloa,
Not very tall and a great deal slower,
Walked up to Duncan on tho dock
And says ho to lilni ''What did you
Say- ho to him and hhu to ho :
"Go to, old mmi, mid don't talk to me."
The Lieutenant grand with plenty of
Said: "Look here, Duncan, - III you
That 1 am Lieutenant In the KingV
Anil von arc left as It's plain to sec;
'I w 111 not stand your wonted gas,
Of how or why 1 did you pass."
Duncan stepped back with a Sullivan
And says ho to Mac: "You know you
T was Lieutenant ami now you're In,
But how you got theic It's too thin,
I'm not afraid of your cousin great,
And If you'll light, here's your mate."
Mac piped all hands to muster,
And called for a lilg tllllbit'ter,
Declaring ho would send Duncan menu,
To tho land of the wicked and iiiiccu;
Now, haul on your Marboard brace,
For heio goes one of the Duncan race.
Chee-e It. boys, hero comes a cop,
To this petty light to put a stop;
Go nil to the Union for something
Take .lack'-ou and Bennett to sing a
Three checjg for the King and the
For war In the navy Is about over!
B. S. A. W.
THE MOLTENO CASE.
When His Honor Police Justice
Dayton took his seat on tho bench
this morning, a few minutes before
half past !) o'clock, the Court room
was crowded in every part. The two
front rows of seats for the public
weio occupied by eighteen young
Hawaiian and halt white girls. There
was one white girl among them,
a little bit of a thing who looked
ashamed of her position. Tho back
part of the Court was filled with
persons representing nearly every
class in Honolulu. Near the dock
was several cases of Annheiiser beer,
bottles of gin and champagne, packs
of cards, poker chips, a hula cos
tume and a guitar. These articles
were seized by the Marshal and
police thu night the Kapiolani Bath
House was raided.
Chas. Molicno was called and the
chaigo of selling liquor without
a license read to him. His Honor
asked him what he had to say to it.
The defendant stated that by ad
vice of his counsel, Hon. Paul Neu
mann, he would plead guilty to the
Hon. Paul Neumann I ask the
Court to defer sentence until Friday
Mr. Peterson, Deputy Attorney
General I sec no reason why sent
ence should not be passed upon
Judge Dayton What object is
there in deferring sentence.
Mr. Neumann I wish to address
the Com t and it will take me some
little time. Tho Intermediary Court
sits to-day and I havo to be present
Mr. Peterson I would like to
have sentence passed now, then we
can proceed with tho other case of
keeping a disorderly house.
Judge Dayton Suppose wo dis
pose of this case now and then set
the timo for the other.
Mr. Neumann I would rather
your Honor set it for 9:80 o'clock
Friday morning. It would not take
long to pronounce judgment.
Judge Dayton Is there anything
to prevent it coming up at 1 :!)0
Mr. Peterson It would bo im
possible for mo to be present nt that
Judge Dayton Molteno, you will
appear for sentence at l):!)0 o'clock
Friday morning, nnd all witnesses
in thu case of keeping a disorderly
house will bo required to attend at
The business of the Court was
was then proceeded with.
Religious services at the Roman
Catholic Cathedral of Honolulu.
Palm Sunday (April 3rd). 10 a.
m., Blessing and distribution of
palm branches, followed by a,
solemn procession, and High Mass
witli the reading of our Lord's
Holy Thursday, (Maundy Thurs
(l!iy) ' 5I- High Mass with the
consecration of thu Holy oils, and
Holy Communion. II r. si. The
washing of the feet of 12 poor men,
representing the 12 Apostles, G:I0
p. si. Portuguese sermon. 8 i. si.
Holy Friday (Good Friday) April
8th 10 a. si. Service with tho sing
ing of thu Passion, followed by the
Veneration of the Cross. !) i si.
tho Station of the Cross, for all in
general. C i. si. the Station of tho
Cross for Portuguese. 8 i si. Eng
Uh sermon. ' '
Holy Siii'iturday, (April Oth) 7
a. si. Survico with High Mass, pre
ceded by the blessing of the Bap
Be it known that tho bells will not
sound from Maundy Thursday to
Holy Saturday, ns a sign of mourn
ing of the Church for our Lord's
Easter Sunday (Paschal Sunday)
0 and 7 a. m. Low Masses with
Holy Commltnion. 10 a. si. Pon
tifical High Mass, followed by bap
tism of infants nnd adults. 0 r. si.
Confirmation, followed by Rosary
and the Benediction of the Most
THE "BULLETIN'' SUMMARY.
Is now issued and will bo found to
be nn interesting and comprehensive
number, containing -10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete rcsumo of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. lloviett, Merchant strcot,
nnd Bi'i.i.uTix Olllce.
YE OLD TYME COHCERTE
Of Saereile and Worldllo tunes to be
siuigo and played by a quire of diverse
comely tlaiuoels and youths of tiuie
full skylle on yo nytts of yo Friday
next, yo 1st of April.
Ye ilai'iillchoiil poundcM and I'iildlo
fcrapurs will give gooilo ehoeie, and yo
tuneful lingers will stryve for ye gon'tlc
Ve folks tictyng will bo attyred hi
goodely eoftiune of ye tymc, but with
out vanity or nvurworlilllcucfs withal.
When ye lal piece has been founded It
Ihall be time for yec to betake yec
Yo Cognomen of fomo of Yo Polka
Ye ihneift and fvnglngc matter.
Ilodljah Lookallvo Aillibltiun Tliiuf
ton. Yo towno tiddler! .IcildiMlnb Ellakiui
Yariulley. who lldillllh with dlverfe new
Ye ll.irpllchoid pounder ihall bo
Makepeace Kptphalet Salvation .rone,
who ktiowcth much of yu winlilllo tunes
and f tralneth j e harpllcliord v lib mighty
Some of yc women and nion lingers,
whofe bynames sue veiillo o'eilong to
pryutc and aio herein shoitcned.
Betfy Ileglnagaln Paike.
Aramautua Intcnlltv Cnizan, (ye
parfon' wife who Is fkilli'd hi manage
ment.) Sal.imauda Bxpcrlcnco Brown, one
of yo women yt llugoth llnglle.
leiuflia ExpiiatTon Ilumlford, well
known to yu uiullck folkc.
Solitary Ann Young.
Abigail M.inshaKcr Mnoar.
.Miirccliua Auaftalla Hopper.
Loilntha Fidelia Dlckfon.
Anodyne Coineag.iiu Auftiii.
Scraplilua Shooter King.
Joyful Economy Greene, and many
others whofe. names ye piyuter will no't
piynto for yo length thereof.
Some of ye men llngeis Walkabout
Emergency Morfe, yu man of much
Jonifta Tonlllitls Wateihotife.
Obatlhih Holdback Staikcv.
Walleyhamo Whichway liall.
Full o' found Goodcuoui:li Armstrong.
Timothy llowlablt Van Slyku ami
others who w 111 be icon when yo nyte
Ye new fangled horns called ye saxc
linrns play for ye lingers and yo vlolou
also, peradventtuo in lugs bo forth
coining for yc fame.
Notlffo wcll;yu eonceite will be In yo
greato mulick lull on yu Friday nytu
next. Yo entrance mite nt n big door
wIUboSYoikofhillings (1 Dollar) ami
yo upper ftorio mite Ihall be 1 Yoiku
flilllliigs (50 cents )
Yo feats may be chofeu and yc fame1
marked on yu diagram at yu lufoi (na
tion olllco of J. E. JSi own on yu Mer
Yo blggu door will bo imbaired at
7-o0 of ye tinieift's watch and yu chan
tor will found his Itiiiclug folk foryo
concerto at 8 of yc watch.
Yu titlicing man will tako notice of
linthio lovity and fparkiug at yo con
certo. POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
WKOSiauAV, Mar. 30th.
Kimo, charged with drunkenness,
forfeited bail of $G.
Ah Sing and All Poon were charg
ed with gaming, contray to chapter
41, section , of tho Laws of 1880.
They pleaded not guilty and were
remanded to April 1st.
V. Estall was charged with being
a gross cheat by fraudulently ob
taining SI from Mru. S. N. Castle
within tho past week. He pleaded
guilty and was lined $10 and 3
Antone Frcemnn forfeited bail of
$20 for assault and battery on Can
Chin on the 20th.
Joo Chong Wing, express driver
No. 138, was charged with violating
Rule C of the express regulation. s A
nolle pros, was asked for ami
Juo. French, express driver No.
2G2, clinigod with violating chapter
28, section 0, of the Laws of 1878,
by carrying more jiussengcrs than
the law allows, pleaded guilty and
was lined $3, including costs.
Mnry I. Francis, Jno. Frcitas,
Mary II. and J. Dias weie charged
with disturbing tho quiet of the
night. Mary 1. and Diaz were each
lined 89 and $1 costs, thu others
being discharged with a leprininnd.
A nolle pros, was entered against
Tin Chock, charged with larceny
from the store of II May & Co,
Keaniani was charged with tho
larceny of a case of condensed milk,
containing -18 tins, tho property of
Thomas and Elizabeth May, valued
at $ 10. The case was partly heard
and remanded until Thursday. S.
B. Dolo assisted tho pioscctition;
W. A. Kinney for defendant,
Jno. Alnpai vs. M. Rosehill, Pa
cific Navigation Company, garnishee.
Assumpsit for (510. Continued to
Dilan vs. Pacific Navigation
Cpnipany. From tho 23td. Cuso
discontinued ; cost $2.25.
ever imported into this Kingdom. 5 Special attention is called to onr Block of
LADIES', ROSSES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
Which I had mannfaclured especially Cor this market, and well worth inspection. HOUSE FUKNISHLSrG-
GOODS u large assortment. A large and well selected stock of BOYS' CLOTHING in the
Latest Styles. I will sell the line at
iVJC.iT-o3r.orj:crji:x:' cost to idssity oomi?:ietxti.o:iy i
Straw Hats for Girls and Boys. Traveling Trunks and Valises a large assortment.
S. EHRLIGH, 63 and 65 Fort Street, - - Opposite Irwin & Cos
Ed. llolfschlacgcr & Co. vs. Tai
Hung & Co. ; assumpsit for 8171.80.
Judgment for plaintiff. Cobts, Sit!.
Lang Yuen vs. Cluing I'ing and
Chun Wai, assumpsit for 180 on a
promissory note. Judgment for
plaintiff. Cot9, 810.
'i'ing On vs. James Stephens, as
sumpsit for 10. Defendant called
and did not nnswer. Continued to
Geo. Engelhardt vs. Quoug Ying
Wo & Co., assumpsit for 8127.-1.
Judgment for plaintiff for 117.50.
inu'oiti: runvrox, j.
Wkiixisday, March IJOlh.
Thomas II. Patterson vs. tho haik
Kalakaua, libel of intervention of
The answer and claims of William
Kenson, Antone Silvu, John liack
ninii, J. Frcitas and Philip Lopez,
intervening in their own behalf, al
lege as follows : 1st. That they arc
articled seamen upon said haik ; 2d,
that wage.-, to dato as such seamen
arc duo and owing them from said
bark in tho accounts lieie under set
opposite their respective names,
viz: William Kcnsou,$lG0; Antone
Silva, SL'G7; John Baclsmaii, $11)0;
-T ImoIImu COCO 7.-. . Pliilii, I .,v
S28-1 ; :id, that as the facts alleged
set forth in said libel, said claim- ,
ants neither admit nor deny them,
but leave the same to bo duly
piovcd. Whcrcfoic claimants pray
that this Couit do decree pigments
of their wages as claimed herein and
costs out of the proceeds ot tho sale
of said bark, tackle, apparel and
furniture, and for such further re
lief as may seem meet.
Thu four other claimants, William
Musgrave, John Thompson, Herman
Thyue and J. A. Mills, nlso present
a similar statement, the amounts
duu and owing them from said bark
being as follows: Herman Thyue,
including his wife's &ei vices, about
$Jf; William Musgrave, $110;
John Thompson. C175; J. A. Mills,
SOO more or less.
The Couit ordcis that all are en
titled to wages to tho L'ls,t instant,
the cliiy of the deci-ion in the hbel
of Thos. II. Patterson and order of
sale of the vessel.
Tho Court also orders that tho
balance cf wages duo William Ken
son is S 10 1. 10, John Thomson,
8108; Second Mate J. A. Mills,
Herman Thyne admits the bhip's
account against him of S-lf and $u
against his wife as correct.
Philip Lopez admits the ship's ac
count 8 lr against him a? correct, as
also docs William Musgrave for
873.00 and J. Frcitas for $18.25.
John liackmau admits a bliip's
account of 8100.-17 against hiniiclf
as corieet, provided a boauling
house bill included in said amount
has been or will he paid out of it.
Antone Silva, disputing his, It was
ordeied to stand over.
Hearing continued until claims
shall have been filed for bpcoiflcd
amounts by tho last sk mentioned
above. W. A. Kinney for the nine
in re bankiuptoy of T. K. Clarke,
petition of assignee, J. F. llnckfeld,
for allowance of accounts and dis
charge. The Court examined tho
final account and vouchers of the as
signee and approved tho same, and
ordered Hint thu balance remaining
from salo of bankrupt's property
after paying assigneu's expenses and
commissions, and creditors Wilder's
Steamship Company in full (llnck
feld & Co., the only other creditors
requesting the latter done) paid into
this Court and afterward paid to
Messrs. Ilackfcld & Co. and their
reicipt taken theiofor, said balance
being 28,()23..13. No one appear
ing to object to tho assignee's ac
counts or to oppose his discharge,
thu Court orders hi-, petition giauicd
and that his bond bo c.incelled. L.
A. Thurston for assignee. Th,o lis,
signeo In perhon.
TuuitsDAV, March 31s,t.
Ile-npplicatiim of A. C. Smith on
behaf of .FiuucUco I (Ins., Santos,
for a writ of Imboa'. corpus. Caso
ivas continued at n quest of tho At-tornoy-Ucneral
to 1 o'clock i m.
to-morrow. Mossrd. S. 11. Dole
I am prepared to show one of tho Largest and Beat Selected Stocks of
S, FANCY GOODS, LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
and A. C. Smith appeared for tho
Miss Florence Shatter, the daugh
ter of J. McM. Shatter, of Califor
nia, is reported to bo the author of
the story, "Tho Lady from Maine,"
now running in the Atlantic. Sho
is only eighteen years old.
I?OR llrt.rliii. C (fringes, good hortes,
mid civil nii'l c rolid drivers, ring
up TclepliMiis No. 'M". llcineiiibcr, It
eo-ti no mure for u tide hi a (5001I cur
lingo limn iuloes in a had one. Hono
lulu C'nrrhiRt) Co , Stum! corner of Fort
and .Mcieliiint ?ti. 9.3 iw
-I ff LBS. Frcs.li Hnmc-SIoilo Chew.
luU 11 g hliiKf, or n).nilh-il Ur
irs 1V"-, mill f mil, delicious Vunlllu
.mil Clioc'iluto (re ling "hieli I guiir.in
tin lo ho fir tuporlor and old clicapir
thin nay Imported, at V HORN'S Pion
eer L'te.im Catiilj Factory andllikcry
Mid leu Orcnin l'urlor. bOlf
S PERRY'S Xa. 1 F.imilv Flour Is
otic eil for sale hy GONSALVBS &
CO , Queen Street. 01
WE HAVE ju.t rccoheil per Aus.
irnll.i 11 iv lot of AitWth' Ma
tctiil', L onyWnre, Hra kct, Cul'inct
Friiimj-', llu tic F am ', etc. And we
are butler picjiir.d thin over lo make
Curiilcns tm I I'lcturo Fiattie, lming
thu litrgut and I); t silcaud stuck of
Moulding, in ihu Kingdom. Kino
Uiios.' irr tToun. 31
Un. Flint's IIuakt Kr.Mi:nv is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease tind also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaoii. Descriptive book
with, every bottle, llenson Smith &
Co., Anents. 35
I'atkoxi.u Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, wheic ho is prupared to fill all
oidoi's at the lowct possible whole
Mile pi ices. Island oulera solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tint fact "no licenso is required" to
soil thes'o cigars. -Do not forget thu
naino .1. W. Uingloy, nor the place
Crystal Soda Work's, Hotel street.
T7"L Till) UNDERSIGNED HAVE
ft tliNilav tiiticliaseil from You 11 ir
Aula thu t'otil will and inteie-t of sulii
Young Atiin in tho business of a codec
simp and : uatauinnt kecptras the sumu
is cirrieil on nt the piumicinn the west
comer of Matmukea mill Hoiel streets in
Honolulu, together with tho lease (if
s-iiil piuni'i-i and moi.1i in iiaile.
All drills ln'icof ru ennlmcietl hi the
cniryiug on of siiitl Im-lni! s aro piiviib o
by Ruling Aunt, mid all moneys o'wln';
lliu buhl im-im. s ptior 1 1 tlii duto aro
payable to hi in.
M N KONG OMAN KVA) CO.
lloiio.uiti, IWnuli '.(! IKs". ). "l
rpUV. SAYI.OR IlItOTIlLIlS, II. J)
JL and till in, havo hiely tocelved
a newly do-liui d anil imuiovid liorsu
ulippltiK mnrhlnit, anil aio ui.w prcraroil
lo do clipping ai the Pi mill on Stables.
(12 1 w
llFRS. RODANET, the well-knoMii
1t. die iiulur, icciitly rciiirucil
Iniiu Far s, luulun di'o-.iiiiil,ing looms
bllll on Kuitiia xiie 1, a iovu thu biiuiiio.
XI ISS CLARKE, who lms hail miny
I'J venrs eMifrii'm u in Dnm Si t'loak
M klng.lmsOl'KNKDA DHKSSMAIC.
IXG KdPAllLlSILMKXTatlOl Alnlcea
For Sale or Loasq.
rnnoHK I'lii'.Misna situatkd on
X Puiuilum Slieet called "Kitimnilo.
libi," thu propel ty ol t. II. Jiulil, mo for
sale or for lo im- lor a term of yc.ire.
For puiilciihint impilri of
Honolulu Dei. 1U, l"t0. I OS
OXK TitAM CAR AND SQft FKKT
ol T UiiIIh. hIn iniunds to thu lout,
wl h l)()ts 111 (1 tlsh.pliites completo.
Hullublo fer Wiiiohniii-o or I'liintatlon.
Apply to HOLLISTKK & OO.
POR SALE !
ONH LAHOF 1 OI enrnur Punmcolu
and LuniiMlo M?, which run bo
Ulvl liu hi o two 01 inoi'" building Iota,
Iniiulicoi G. WIiSl',
1051 Of Won, Low Si Co.
Tho Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho public that from this day on ho is fully prepared
to receive orders for '
Lunches, Sinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balis,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
yeais, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Knmohanielm IV, Kamchamcha V, and
Lunalilo, and having the honor of supplying the present royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty years'
practical experience in this lino of business.
I'rnrtlenl i.'onrecl loner, I'aatry Cook anil Oiiinnirnln- In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Botween Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (95 3m) Honolulu, H. I.
IMFOKTKK AND DUAI.UIt IN
Custom o IVIade 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.
1 1 1 1
Bargains at p & Co, s
Prom tho Temple of Fashion at rio illy reduced ratm. wo now oiler them to our
numerous pntions nt prices which do y comtictlllon.
1 lice gooiM nio llrat class In every
Glolliiiig, SilaDlG for tki Iiici ai Poor ale.
In oflunlng llifin to our customers wo woihl mo?t rrspcutfullv draw their -t-tcutliin
to ilia fast that wu are giving ihem ilia b null if our ehea'p barL'Un and
ltivliu thu piililin in m neritl to i;lv us a e til and exiimimi these goods betoro nur
chashig clsowlicre. Our usiiiil lluu of '
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is loo well known to
Just Received at HoSiister & Go.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUSTDBORGS,
HASTMiVJJ'S AT.OIIA, ILOYT'S COLOGNE
FARDSTA GERMAN COLOGNliJ, &c. '
1 1 I ijl f I
llic entire Stock of
jcspecl nnd ronslst of all uradea and oual-
need cs peclnl comment.
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