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FltlDAY, APRIL 1, 1887.
Sinn Wnhiloale fioin Kiuiiil
Sliiiriwiihiul from Ilnmnkmi
Stint' Jus Miikcu from Kiuml
Ktinr V Hull for T.aliiittiii, Munition,
Komi ami Kuii nt 10 a in
Uk llvilm for Hongkong
Schr V S Bowne for San I'niuuUco
Uk 0 H HMiop for San Francisco
From Kiiunl, per steamer Wiihilcnlc,
April 1st MriintlMiriK A Mnclle, Jr,
ntirsu mill :t children, Mr nnd Airs
Scluimhooii, Mr llietlcrvlllc nnil 7 ilcck.
For Mmil and Hawaii, per steamer V,'
O Hull, April 1st Miss Vltla, Master
Vkla, MNs Mamie Baldwin, A F.nos, 1
Sherwood, Mm S Xowleljjn, Mr Uallcy,
Mr Baldwin, Mls A llnyfcy, H Sellg
(Vol) ami " deck. ,
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinv Wtil.ilcalo 2.BG7 bags Mignr, BM
bam paddy, and 01 green liiilci.
Stinr.las Makee 1,878 bng.s sugar, -IDS
Stinr lwnlanl-ll,'J0r bags sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: W. H. Bowno will sail nt 1
o'clock to-moi row.
Mil. Otreinbn lias presented to tho
Honolulu Hilles u lino bust of His
Tin: Court will sit in banco on
Thumhiy and Fiiday, llio 7th and
Mil. Putnam, American Consul,
and his daughter, Mies Evil, nro stop
ping at the Dudnit mansion.
Candidate for admission to prac
tise law will bo examined on Monday,
tho 18th instant, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Copikh of rules of tho Supreme
Court, superseding all others, may
now ho procured at tho Court olnces.
Tiikki: was a brawl and u light on
bo.ud tho steamer Cummins, just
jirovious to her dcpartuiu last evening-
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Special attention is diiccted to
a long and inteiesting communica
tion Jrom llilo, detailing u rcimirk
Muh. Jtoo's horso and carriage ran
away yesterday afternoon. Tho
horuo is all right, but tho carriage is
in tho hospital.
"OoitDO.v," advertised as lost, has
been recovered. And where do you
think tho little rascal was found?
Down at tho Kapiolani Hath House.
Piior-i.i: having valuablo dogs in
tho vicinity of tho fiBhmarket, wore
notilled yesterday to hide their
canines, as all tho miserable mangy
curs were to bo poisoned.
Tin: Honolulu Steam Laundry is
gaining in favor with tho public, as
evidenced by u weekly .ineieaso in
tho number of patrons. This may
also ho taken as an indication of
quality of work.
Mit. Frank Hustaco scored .'52
points with ton shots at 200 yaids on
Thursday. It was Mr. llustaco'a
first attempt to hit a taiget, and ho
carries marks of lemembranco on his
The next moonlight concerts will
tako plaeo on Monday, '1th Apiil, at
tho Hawaiian Hotel, Tuesday tho
5th at Emma Square, and on Thurs
day, tho 7th, for tho liist time, at
Thomas Squat c.
A nRTTKit cxemplieation of April
Fools' Day could not havo occurred
than tho Molteno case this morning
at tho Police Court. About 1)9 of tho
public including well-known gentle
men, was amongst llioso who wcro
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Following is tho programme of
tho Blue Hibbon Lcnguo cntcitain
lncnt, at the Y. M. C. A. Iltitl,
Saturday evening, April 2nd.
1. Song Miss Austin
2. bong Mr. W. If. Morso
i). Recitation '...It. Dexter
I. Song Miss Itodgcrs
r. Heading Hcv. H. n. Ooweu
(I. Son I,' Miss Webster
7 Addiess Mr. 8. D. Fuller.
All aro Invited.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play nt Emma Square to-morrow after
noon, commencing at 4 :t!0 o'clock.
Following is tho programme :
Ovorture Peter Sehwroll Weber
Dance Tho Duchess (now)
Two Ballads Tho Shepherd, Adieu
" (now) Schubert
(hivotto Swentlieart (now) lluriid
Introduction Ito'-iiiniuido (now)
Waltz Flowers of Joy (new)
YE OLD TYME CONCERTE
Of Sacrcdo and Worldlio tunes to bo
ouiigo and played by a quire of diverse
comely dainozels and youths of inao
fidl skyllo on yo nyto of yo Friday
next, yo 1st of April. .
Yo Harpllehord pounders and Flddlo
forapers will give goodo ehcern, and yo
jiuieful Ungors will stryvo for yo goodo
Vo folks actyng will ho nttyred in
goodoly ooftiiitio of yo tymn, but with
out vanity or overworhllionefs withal.
When yo'last piece has been founded It
fhall bo thno for ycu to betako yco
Yo Cognomen of foino of Yo Folko
Yo ilmelft and fvnglngo mafter.
Hodljiih I.ookallvo Adllbltuin Tliurf
ton. Y'o towno llddler, .leddeilab Ellakhu
arndloy, vho tlddllth with dlvcrfc new
Vo Harpllehord pounder fhall be
Makepeace llplphalet Salvation ,fone?,
who knoweth much of yo woildllo tunes
and f tralneth yo harpllcliord with mighty
Sonic of yo women nml men lingers,
whofo bynames nro verlllo o'crlong to
)iyute ami aie herein shoitcued.
Jletfy lk'glmigalii Paiko.
Aiamantlia Intenlltv Criiau, (yo
paifon' wife who Is f killed In manage
ment.) Salamnuda Kxperleneo ltrowu, ono
of yo women vt llngeth llnglle.
it'iuflia Kxplratlou Handford, well
known to yo miillck folke.
Solitary Aim Young.
Abigail Manhaker Mooar.
Ahircclhm Anaftalla Hnppnr.
l.orintha Fidelia Dlekfon.
Anodyne Comengaln Auftln.
Sernplilua Shouter King.
Joyful Economy Orecne, nnd many
others whofo waihui ye pryntcr will not
piyntu for yo length thereof.
Some of yo men llngeis Walkabout
Emergency Morfc, ye man of much
.lonlflu Tonlllitis Wtitcrlionfc.
Obatllah Holdback Starkey.
Wnllcyhaino WlrTchwiiy liiill.
Full o' found Goodcnough Armstrong.
Timothy Howlablt Van Slyko and
others who will be fecn when ye nyto
Ye new fanglcd horns called ye saxc
hoins play for ye lingers and yo vlolon
also, peradventuru Mings bo forth
coming for ye fame.
Notlifo well; yo concerto will bo In yo
grcato miillck hall on yo Friday nyto
next. Yo entraneo mite at ye big door
wlllboSYorkoflillllngs (1 Dollar) and
ye upper florlo mite fhall bo 4 Yorke
flillllngs (dO cents.)
Yo feats may bo chofeu and vo faino
niaikcd on yo diagram at ye Informa
tion olllce of .T. E. Brown on yo Mer
Yo blggo door will bo unbarred at
7-:i0 of yo thnclft's watch and yo chnn
tor will found his tuuelng fork for yo
concerto at S of yo watch.
Yo tltholng man will tako notice of
undue levity and fparking at ye con
certo. THE TEMPLE OF FASHION.
By the last steamer from San
Francisco, Mr. Ehrlich, of the
Temple of Fashion, returned to
Honolulu, bringing nlong with him n
large stock of goods, selected by
him in person specially for this
market, his long experience in busi
ness here enabling him to judgo
accurately of local requirements.
Tho time since the arrival of the
steamer has been busily employed
in unpacking, marking, arranging,
and otherwise arranging for a grand
opening. Preparations being com
pleted, Mr. Elirlick has announced
to-morrow, Saturday, April 2nd, as
the day when he will be pleased to
meet the general public at the
Temple of Fashion. A representa
tive of the Bumxti.y made a short
visit to that establishment to-dn', to
satisfy curiosity and gain informa
tion, and was siiprisctl with the cx
tensiveness and variety of the new
stock. The show windows attract
notice from tho outside, by the
articles exhibited and their artistic
arrangement. The first window,
going up from tho wharf, is decorat
ed with a great variety of pretty
calico prints, with an inscription in
large letters which reads, "Your
choice, l." yards for 1." Tho next
window above exhibits a beautiful
display of ladies' dress goods, light
and airy, precisely adapted to this
warm weather. Silk and satin hand
kerchiefs, scents, &c. beautify the
third window. Tho fourth and last
teems with lints and bonnets, trimm
ed and untriminqd. Going insido,
one is bowildcrcd with the gorgeous
display. Shawls, delicate laces,
ribands of cvciy color and shade of
color, ladies' boots, shoes, and
hosiery, trunks, &c. &c. Any des
cription that might be written can
not convey a completo idea of the
reality. The only advice our re
porter con offer is, "go and sec for
yourselves. You will be politely re
ceived and served." To-morrow is
the grand opening da'.
FORT-STREET CHURCH AND ITS
At the annual meeting of Fort
street Church tho resignation of
Pastor OTuzan, at his urgent re
quest, was accoptcd, and a com
mittee appointed to draft an expres
sion of the feeling of the church in
tho matter. At a special meeting
of the church, held Wednesday
evening, March 30th, the committee
made .the following report, which
was unanimously adopted :
Wiu:iii:ar, Ituv. John A. Crii7iin
1ms tendered tho resignation of his
olllco as Pastor of tho Fort-street
Chinch, Honolulu, Hawaiian Isl
ands, and tho Church and Society,
have, with regret, accepted the bame,
thoy desire to and do hereby put
upon record tho following as an ex
pression of their regard, and of tho
appreciation thoy havo of tho char
acter of their Pastor and of tho vnluo
of the services bo has rendored to
this Cliuiehiind people
As a pieaehor of tho dospol of our
Loid, Mr. Cruzan has ministered
most acceptably to this people for
six years, and during that tune ho
has boon an earnest and faithful ex
positor of tho woid of (Jod;nnablo
and eloquent advocato of every in
toiost and principle relating to tho
leligious ami moral welfare and good
of this country; ho has fearlessly ex
posed and rebuked public ovils, whilo
ho has dealt tenderly yot ilrmly with
the secret sins of tho community;
anil especial mention should bo made
of tho vigor, energy and wisdom with
which ho has labored in tho interes(.
of Tpmporanco Hofprni, anil of tjiy
pro-eiiiiiont success wlich lfas at
tended his work in this direction.
In his elloits to helpfully reach
and win tho young pcoplo ho has
labored most ou'octuully, and tho
numeious additions fiom this class
to tho Chinch as woll as tho largo
mid active Society of Cluisliaii En
deavor a io among tho trophies of his
Anil this Church local Is with gra
titude tho constant nnd sustained
activity put forth on his pnrt to
reach tho neglected classes of this
city, striving to draw and keep Ilium
within tho influence of the Uospol.
And in this connection it, would bear
glnd testimony to tho high cslcoin
and honor in which Mr. Cruzan has
been hold during these years by nil
classes of people, winning their con
fidence and favor, and known to all
as a manly man as truly as n min
ister of Christ in all his 'intercourse
and conversation with them.
In the moio personal uud delicate
ofllco of Pastor, wo shall always ie
member that with tender lose ho has
ministered to us in tho Uospol in our
joys and in our sorrows. Ho has
baptized our children, ho has solem
nized our marriages, ministered to
our sick, has buried our dead and
comforted our bereaved, and always
witli such genuino sympathy and
love as to win us to himself. His
presence in our homes has always
been a welcomp one, nnd our childien
will lose n personal friend as truly ns
will their parents. And wo cannot
refrain from including hero an ex
pression of the love mid admiration
of this people for Mrs. Cruyan who
has so lovingly and tenderly added
her ministrations and labors to those
of her husband, and of oxpiessing
tho deep and heartfelt regret and
sense of loss which this community
feels ns truly in losing her as her
In parting wo shall bid them God
speed and pray that tho Almighty
Father may continue his favoring
blessing towards them, nnd that
wherever Ho shall call them to labor
in his service, thoy may reap an in
creasingly abundant harvest for their
of Chitrel J M ,U'UM 1l Casti-u,
t- qE 1 c"ah- " Bishop,
I.W. C. 1'ahki:.
The division of the Honolulu
Rilles into companies, last evening,
tho election of olllcers, and the
formation of the battalion were suc
cessfully carried out. The meeting,
which was largely attended, was
called to order by Captain Ashford
at 7:00 o'clock.
After the election of several new
members, nominations for captain
were called for. First Lieutenant
II. F. Hebbard was nominated and
unanimously elected captain. Then
camo the election of First Lieuten
ant to fill the vacancy made by the
promotion of Captain Hebbard.
Sergeant Pratt and Corporal Ash
ford were the candidates. The
former was elected, he having re
ceived 59 votes to his opponent's
22. Private Levey, Sergeant Strato
mcycr and Corporal Ashford were
the nominees for First Lieutenant of
the second company. Stratcmcyer
received -l-l votes, and was elected ;
Ashford got 31 votes and Levey 3.
Privates Giinn, Levey nnd Mc
Carthy and Corporals Ashford, Rob
ertson, Winter and Wilder became
candidates for Second Lieutenant.
, On tho first voting Giinn got 11,
Levey 3, Ashford 30, Robertson -1,
McCarthy 12, Winter 2 and Wilder
7. No one having sufficient votes
to elect him, the ballot was passed
again and Corporal Ashford was
elected, receiving 1G votes, Gunn
got 19, Levey 2, Robertson 2, Mc
Carthy 8, Winter 1, and Wilder -1.
The company was then ordered to
fall in line according to size. They
were counted off in rotation, Hie odd
numbers forming one company nnd
the even numbers tho other. Th o
captains and lieutenants then pulled
straws to decide which company
thoy would take. Captain V. V.
Ashford, First Lieutenant Goo.
Stratcmcyer and Second Lieutenant
C. W. Ashford, took the even num
bers, whilo Captain II. F. Hebbard,
First Lieutenant J. Yv. Pratt and
Second Lieutenant Win. Unger took
the odd numbers. The non-commissioned
olllcers were divided in
the same way.
The commissioned olllcers held a
consultation and elected Captain V.
V. Ashford Major of tho battalion.
The Captaincy of tho even num
ber company having become vacant
by tho promotion of Major Ashford,
Lieutenant Win. Unger was unani
mously elected captain. Second
Lieutenancy of tho odd number
company having become vacant on
Captain Unger's advancement, Ser
geants Bishop and Siiiionson, Corp
orals Torbcrt and Robertson and
Privato Gunn became candidates
for tho position. On tho first cast
Gunn got 11 votes, Bishop 8, Rob
ertson 0, Simonson G, and Torbcrt
G. Bishop and Torbcrt dropped
out of the field and tho ballot was
again passed. Gunn goMS, Robert
son 9 and Simonson 8. No one
having received sutllcicnt votes to
elect lilm, another voto was taken.
Tliis timo Gunn was elected by re
ceiving 22 votes.
The following appointments were
then mado by tho Major: Adjutant,
Geo. McLood; Quartermaster, W.
W. Hall; Ordnance Oillccr, II.
Gunn ; Surgeon, Dr. Martin.
The lion-commissioned staff nro:
Rcgimentnl Sorgctuil-Mnjor, S. J.
Regimental Color-Sergeant ,
Drum-Major, W. King.
Dpim-Scrgeant, John Rothwell,
Hospitnl-Scrgcnnt, II. Wood.
A second Lieutpuancy having bo
coino vacant on tho promotion of
Ordnance Olllcer, II. Gunn, Ser
geants RIsliop apd Simonson and
Corporal Robertson becamo candi
dates for llio vacanoy, On the first
cast, Bishop got 10 votes ; Robert
sou 12 and Simonson 13. Tho bal
lot was again pnssed and Simonson
was elected by getting 22 voles to
r din propm-cd (o nhow ono of llio Largest nnd Bisi Selected Slocks of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
ever imported into this Kingdom . 52 Special attention is called to our stock of
Which I had "manufactured especially for this market, and well worth inspection. 1IOUSE FURNISIILN'G
OOODS it large assortment. A large and well selected stock of BOYS' CLOTHING in the
. Latest Styles. I will sell the line at
TVTSTXJIV.OTUJR.EJK,' COST TO DDiEIHY COMPETITION!
Straw lints for Girls and Boys. Traveling Trunks nnd Ynliscs a large assortment.
S, EHRLICH, S3
Rishop's C and Robertson's 8.
Tho olllecs having been filled,
Major V. V. Ashford invited the
batnllion to partake of some refresh
ments. Coffee, lemonade, nnd
nandwicheg were passed around in
The following letter to the lady
donors of tho Rifle-ling was then
rend by W. A. Kinney:
Hoxoi.uui, March BI, 1887.
To the ladies who s-o kindly do
nated our (lag Ladia : It is said
that oppositcs seek each other, and
it is this perhaps that accounts for
tho fact that the harsh and dark
side of military life seeks relief in
byilliant trappings and gay sur
roundings, paramount over all of
which stands tho Hag.
It is noticeable that while the Hag
is of no practical utility cither as a
weapon of attack or defense, it is
yet the first thing that the soldier
will fight for, and the last that he
will desert, the gun and cannon
often being abandoned to save a
beautiful but helpless Hag.
This illustrates the force of senti
ment and its power through very
weakness to accomplish great
In the same way permit us to say
that woman, though in one senso
helpless in matters military, is still
fair more potent to inspire courage
and devotion in tiie soldier, and to
secure success, than mere numbers
And it is our belief that the saino
spirit that led you to present us
with our flag will lead you to follow
us with your support in the future,
and that support will bo measured
to us according to the needs of the
In accepting this Hag wo look
upon it, not simply as the Hag of
our batallion nor of the Hawaiian
aborigines not ns the (lag of any
ono raco or class or clique but
equally tho Hag of all, an emblem of
the land itself, the placo of tho
birth of many of us tho adopted
homo ofinany more.
And in this broad and rapidly de
veloping senso wo can certainly
pledge our fidelity to this bright
and beautiful emblem of a bright
and beautiful land, and that its
honor, in,tho words of our batallion
motto, wo will stand "ever ready"
to defend. ,,
With highest respect, wo remain,
Tiik Honolulu Ilin.ts.
By their Committee :
W. A. Kinxi'.y,
"W. K. Rowt.i.l,
K. F. ISisiioi-.
Tho business wound up at It
o'clock, witli three rousing, cheers
for His Majesty tho King.
THE MOLTENO CASE.
A OKSr.UAI. IHSAlTOIXTMKXT.
Shortly after !) o'clock this morn
ing, tho appioaehed to the l'olico
Station somewhat resembled the
approach to tho Opeia House on tiie
night of llio late Honolulu Minstrel
performances. Carriages drove up
every now and then, and from each
stepped forth females fashionably
dressed. The admission being free,
there was a full attendance, of
course, but strange to say the gen
eral 'publio did not rush for tho
front scats as in u theatre, there
being n kind of general understand
ing Hint thoy wcro reserved for tho
ladies. As tho hour of opening ap
proached tho parquetlo was filled,
while tho standing room in Hie rear
was almost crowded. Several police
olllcers wero in attendanco and the
decorum obseivcd was commend
able. Tho variegated colors of tho
dresses in which tho ladies appeared
added to tho gaiety of the scono,
am tended somewhat to roliove
the court of that solemnity, witli
which it is generally clothed. Tho
attendance of ladies exceeded that
of ycsteiday by three, tlicro being
tweiity-ono present this morning.
Molteno was Jlrst called up to rc
ccivo soutoncn for selling spirituous
liquors without n licence, ho having
ploadecd guilty to that charge.
Tho Hon. Paul Neumann, counsel
for tho defendant, made a few re
marks on behalf of his client before
sentence was passed, in which ho
said, that Molteno was well-known
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
SUSSES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
and' 65 Eort Street,
as the keeper of tho Kapioiani Bath
House, where little dances were In
dulged in. Instead of going to bar
rooms, pcoplo went there to havo a
little recreation. Thcro was noth
ing to show that there was a sys
tematic selling of liquor. On hear
ing tho circumstances of tho case
he (Mr. Neumann) told Molteno
that ho had no business ,to accept
remuneration for the liquors con
sumed on his premises. Ho pointed
out to His Honor that this was the
first case of the kind in which Mol
teno had been involved and he
therefore asked, this being bis Hrst
offense, that it be taken into con
sideration. His Honor said prior to passing
Hcntcnco on the prisoner:
"You have pleaded guilty to the
charge of selling liquors without a
license, and this (pointing to several
cases of beer, gin, champagne, etc.)
is part of your slock, a. pretty good
slock for a well-appointed barroom.
It is sulllcient to show that a bar
room business was going on. Others
pay heavy licences for Hie purpose
of carrying on this business, but
you have been selling without pay
ing a licence. The bath house was
only a blind for selling liquors.
After the hour for closing tho regu
larly licensed houses, people re
sorted to your place for the pur
pose of having "a good time."
Licensed houses for selling after
hours aro liable to forfeit their
licence and bond. After carefully
considering the circumstances of
your case, I find you guilty. The
law provides for this offense, a line
of not less than 100 and not more
than $500. I would not bo doing
my duty by letting you off lightly,
and therefore iniposo upon you a
fine of 100, and costs of Courts,
KLurixc. Disoi:ui:i:i.v houm:.
Molteno was then arraigned for
keeping a disorderly house, to which
charge ho had previously pleaded
not guilty. Mr. Peterson, for the
Crown, requested that this case bo
continued until moved on, due
notice of any further proceeding to
be given to counsel for defence.
A general exodus was then made
from the Court room, and a feeling
of relief evinced by many who had
been supa-naed as witnesses in this
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
FnniAV, April 1st.
II. Parkor and Chas. Traincs
drunk, $0 each.
Rokai, a drunken policeman, fined
SG and expelled from tho force.
Kaiiahana (w) was ordered to re
turn to her husband.
Geo. Morris vs. E. Lycan, writ of
possession; F. M. Hatch for plain
tiff; YV. R. Castlo for the defendant.
Continued to the Gth inst.
Ting On ys. .Tas. Stephen, con
tinued from Mar. UOtli. Assumpsit
for S 10 ; judgment for plaintiff.
W. C. Parke assigneo of tho es
tate of J. Lyons vs. Yap Sin. As
sumpsit for 81J1.12; judgment for
plaintiff for SP.i.57 which includes
interest, attorney's commission, and
costs. J. Austin for plaintiff.
AV. C. Parlco, assignee of the es
tato of J. Lyons vs. Alfred Johnson,
assumpsit for $21.28. Judgment
for plaintiff for $2!). 18.
AVnng "Wing Boo vs. Sain AVal.
J. Austin for plaintiff. Assumpsit
for 8108.7!! on promissory note.
Judgment for plaintiff for 817-1.47.
Wang Wing Boo vs. Sam Wal.
J. Austin for plaintiff. Assumpsit
for l.r)8.7.'l on promissory note.
Judgment for plaintiff for $173.10.
Some "tall shooting" hy Mr. C.
11. Wilson yesterday, at 100 yards,
is given below. After two sighting
shots (ii miss and a -l), Mr. Wilsou
made the following scoro with a
"Sluirps-Broclmrd Riflo" : 5 fi 5 fi
5 -i ! i r r, f r, .i n r (ir shots)
72. A "Springfield" rillo was
then used with the following result:
fi T. fi fi r 5 fi 1 -1 4.1 1 (12 shots)
Jglfarvarrt'H law department is (q
publibh a law monthly.
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho public that from this day on lie is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references datinir
back as far as tho year b
hi Honolulu, having entered on all state occasons, as also for select par
tics given by their late Majesties Kamehameha IV, Knmehameha V, and
Ltinahlo, and having tho honor of supplying tho present royol household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
I'rnrtlcnt ConfVcUoiier, Pantry Cook nml Orimuiriid'r In llonoluln.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74- (95 3m) Honolulu, H. I.
IMl'OIlTEK ASD DKAMHl IX
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Street?, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Bargains at Egan & Co.'s
Haloj; Loughl the entire Stock of
Citing ana Gents' Fnmisli Goods
From tho Temple of r.ishion at ffroitjy reduced rntm, mo now offer them to our
numerous pntioiw at prices which ilu y compctlllon.
T,fMC B0llH ar tU"1 Cln5S '" VLry K'91'ccl "ml r0,u ,5t of 'lI1 Riwlcs mid quel.
Clotli, Suitable for toe El am Poor alike.
In oll'unlng them to our customers wo would inott rcsnec'.fullv draw their t
tcntlou jo tlioliiot that wu iiru giving them the benefit of our cheap barcain and
invito the public in mineral to ulvu us n cil nml exumlnu tlieso goods before pur
chasing olsuu here. Our iibiuil line! of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
ia too well known to need ctpcclnl comment. 5
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
PERFUMES! PERFUMES 1
Comprising tlto well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LITtfDBOltGS,
JA ASTMAH 'S ALOHA, UOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GE11MAN COLOGNE, &o.
M-l 1 O-
Xoi Snlo ,t Xfcen&oiialrio a?ribe.
THE ?nd ! ! !
Opposite Irwin & Cos
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