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SATUKDAY, AI'IUL 2. t887.
Httnr Lehim from Ilauiakiiii
Stmr Klnnu from windward put U
Htnir I.ikrilkofrom Kiilinliil
Sttnr 0 H bishop from K'mnil
BlmrJ A CiiiiiiiiIih fiom Kouhiu
Htmr Mokolil from MoluKul
Hehr Mlllo Mori Is from Koolati
Ilk Hydra for Hongkong
Selir V S Bowne for Hun Francisco
JlkO lUJUbop for San Fiaiiclsco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Klnnu for Jlaul and Hawaii al 4
Stmr l.Uellko for ICahulitl ami liana nt
0 p in
Stmr Mokolil for Ulolokal lit 5 p in
Stmr Lchiiu for llaiiiakna nt G p in
Stmr 0 11 bishop for Lalialna at 1 p ru
Stmr J A CummiiH for Koolau
From Hawaii and Maul, per steamer
Klnnu. April 2nd J McAuuruws, Dr C
II Wetuiorc, J Monnghnii, Xnpupa, ,J
Cornell, Willie, .1 Buck, 0 Hebard uud
wife. Miss I E Hebard,' .Miss M llebnrd,
David Hebard, Mrs E Q llltcbuock, H 8
Jlorey, C A Longfellow, Major A 11
Haley, J Kenton, V H Uiiiiiinliigy, H F
Dillingham,. I 11 Uiooks, F 8 Bryant, 11
J Bennett, J Dohcrty, A K Kutiulakcn,
Kla Xahaoleluu. Hon J V Kalua. C
Achi, wife and 2 ohlldr. n, uud 07 deck.
V. ...... l.'..l,..l..t .,.,.1 II '
J IUIII .lllllllllll All, I 111II1U, IV.i RlVilUIVi
Likcllkc, April 2nd Bio Doyle, E H
Bollcy, llS'Frcglnau, Rob Lowers, V
O Frencli, Mr and Mrn. Hcibort, JIrs A
r Jonc", MrsPMltomcyjMijsMuShituo
and 17 deck.
For San Francisco, per pchooner W S
Bowne, Apill 2nd Jlifs Julius Hotlng,
Miss Brims, Mr. Van Dorn, Miss Ella
Hait, Mrs Ellis, G Suvcii'-uii and ton.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kluait G,210b;igs sugar, 300 hides,
83 lugs spuds, 31 bags corn, 70 pkgs
Stmr Llkellkc 2,481 bags sugar. 01 bags
of potatoes and 77 b.tgs taro.
Stmr Bishop 2,652 bags sugar, 20 bags
lko and !)2 head cattle.
Stmr Lehua 2,500 bags sugar.
The baik O K Bishop sailed this
morning for Sail Francheo with 21,067
bigs of sugar, valued ut 120,!30.'.i2.
The steamer Wtiltilcalo will sail on
Tuesday next at 8 u m for Walalua and
The schooner Anna sailed from Knliu
lul yesterday for San Francisco with
sugar. The F S Thompson Is still dis
charging at Kahulul.
The schooner Y S Bowne sailed tills
nosu for Mm Francisco with 12,301 bags
of sugar, and 8r.i bunches of bananas.
In this city on tho 2nd Instant, Mrs.
Anna 11. Severance, aged 85 ycara and
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tiieku will bo music nt tho rink
Mn. Allun Herbert advertises llirco
nico cottages to let ut Waikiki.
Mn. Marshall is out again, or rather
ho was out last night, to hoo tho old
Mr.sg.itH IiaviN & Co. lmvo about
100,000 bags of sugar in tlieir ware
house. Tin: Kaimiloa will go on tho
Marino ltailwuy on Monday, to ro
coivo lior new piopellor and to bo
Win; lito of couliriniition will bo
adininistered to sovon Chinct-o at St.
Arulrcw's Cathedral, to-morrow even
ing, at (5 o'clock.
'Phu monthly meeting of tho Ho
nolulu Typographical Union No.
!17, will boheld this ovoning, at tho
Usual tinio and place,
'I'hjktv-o,vi5 Chineso passengers,
Including two women and 4 children,
dupurted to-day for Hongkong, by
the Goimun bulk Hydra.
The two Kussian sailors of tho
Vitiaa wlio wore loft hero, have been
sont- to Ilonkong by tho Hydra, to
day, per oider of tho Kiibsiau Consul.
Hrijcuj, attention is directed to
two now items in Major Guliok's ad
vertisement tho "Old Corner" and
n Lodging Establishment for sale
Mu. J. Ikodio, V, S. says that thcro
has not been a ciibo of glanders
flTiortg horses hoio since tho njiildlo
of" last Fobninry, so tliat tlio diseaso
ipay lio considered to Iiavo been com
pletely stamped out.
Jt is pot correct tmt Mr, Duncan
iad been piomiscd tho First Lioutoiir
nntoy of tho Kaimiloa, and was
broken faith with by tho Navy De
partment. Tho gentleman himself
voluntaiily declined tho honor.
This ladies of tho Bethel Union
Olnireh and.Cougiegation will give a
jarcwo) sociablo rioxt Thuihdny oven
mg, tho 7th, at tlio resiuenco of Kov.
13. C. Ogge, tho pastor, to Mr. and
Mrs. William "Wulorhouso, who con
teinpluto leturuiug on tho 1.11b inst.,
to tjiol'r homo in Cedar Itapjds, Iowa.
(ti:rouTfl from tlio Volcano IIoupo
nro : Tim orator i on tho H. W. niui
N, K. ffiiluu, On tho 27t)i of March
j0 lako yas lovlng, and tilling in
o lower ciiilpr. Tlio Uiorniomuter
vmieil from"ril to 7-1 dcgiees, Tlio
rainfall f)5-100 'inches,
By tho Kinau tliis niorning, infor
mation of a ilro nt l'upaloa, on tho
20th of March, was icccivcd, On tlio
ibovp lUo tio tiasl) hoih6, coo tp
Uio mill,' burnt to tlio grdttnd. and (o
pO'iilB pf "l H'iU pippor was niiyap
lllous, Puploiv in ut'iir Kaiwilalii
laid and is tlio juopeilyof Mr, T.id-
Hawaiian jurors will bo required
(o attend tho Supremo Court on
Monday niorning, ut 10 o'clock.
Tin: Anglican Church Olironiclo
for tlio month is out.
Work on tlio Kaimiloa in tapeiing
towauls a point, and tlio vessel is
commencing to assuino a nightly ap
peaiiilicc. Tin: subjects to-morrow at the
Lyceum aro "Immortalized Names
No. Ill" in tlio morning, and "Mar
velous Unbelief" in tho evening.
MitH Anna H. Severance, mother of
Mrs. W. C. 1'urke, died tills after
noon, a little before tlio time of our
going to picss, aged 85 years and 10
- - -
months. The funeral will start from
tlio Hon. W. C. l'arko's residence,
Kukui street, nt .'1 '30 o'clock to-mor-iow
afternoon. Friends are invited
GENERAL VON MOLTKE'S BIRTH
DAY. Yesterday was tho anniversary of
tlio birthday of General Von Moltke,
probably the greatest soldier
of the present day. Long livo tho
Grand old General.
THE FIRE BELL.
A few core boxes caught fire last
evening at the Honolulu Iron Works
and the fire alarm was sounded in
consequence thereof. One or two
engines turned out, but their ser
vices were not required, tho blazo
being extinguished with a few buck
ets of water. Tlio damage is re
ported us 7.
SPECIAL SERVICE AfKAWAIAHAO
A special memorial service for the
late G. W. Pilipo, will bo held in
Kawaiahao Church to-morrow even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. The speakers
on tills occasion will be tho Revs.
II. II. Parker, J. Waiamau, S. Wai
waiolo, and the Hon. S. II. Dole. A
general invitation is extended to the
friends of the deceased, and the
THE HABEAS CORPUVCASE.
Tho petition was heard yesterday
before Mr. Justice Preston. The
petition showed that one Francisco
P. dos Santos, a Portuguese subject
was unlawfully imprisoned, detain
ed, confined and restrained of his
liberty by the Marshal at Oahu
Jail. After hearing arguments the
Court orders that the prisoner is en
titled to his discharge, as no offense
known to tlio law is disclosed by tho
mittimus. S. U. Dole and A. C.
Smith for tho petitioner; tho Attorney-General
for the Marshal.
BENEDICT BASEBALL CLUB.
A meeting of the Benedict Base
ball Club was held yesterday at the
Chamber of Commerce room. Mr.
James G. Spencer was re-elected
President and Mr. J. M. Dowsctt
Secretary and Treasurer. A com
mitteo of four J. W. Winter, C. T.
Wilder, J. M. Dowsttt and S. J.
Levey was appointed to arrange a
team for the coming season. One
new member was elected. The
other business was of tho usual
The IJoyal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this after
noon, commencing at 4:30 o'clock.
Following is tho programme:
O vei ture Peter Sehwroll Wcbcs
Dance Tho Duchess (new)
Two Ballads The Shepherd, Adieu
Gavotte Swcnthctrt (now) Burald
Introduction Kosamuiido (now)
Waltz Flowers of Joy (now)...Guiig'l
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Following U tho programme of
the Bluo ltibboh Lcaguo entertain
ment, at the Y. M. C. A. Hall,
Saturday evening, April 2nd.
1. Soug Miss Austin
2. Song Mr. W. H. Morso
I). Herniation , It. Dexter
1. Pong Miss Rodgcrs
5. Heading Itcv. II. II. Gowcn
0. Song ,,,,,.. :.MlsaAV61ister
7. Address Mr. S. D. Fuller.
All aro Invited.
A DONKEY CAME.
Frank Leslie's weekly, of a recent
date, speaks of a new parlor game
thai would be highly interesting to
Honolulu society people. Tho lady
who gives tlio part' has a largo
donkoy, worked in worsted, on a
white back-ground, and hung at the
further end of the parlor. This
donkoy lias a dotachablo tall made
of cloth, and nftor tho guests have
assembled, each one, la turn, is
blind-folded, and taking tho don
key's tail steps forward to pin it in
its natural place as nearly as pos
sible, HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Tin: old roues' conckut.
As people appeared afc thp dopr of
the IJuwajian Opera IJotis,o, last
night, they were received by atten
tive usier3 arrayed in ancient cos
tumes and bedpeked with wigs, and
conducted to seats, By 8 o'clock,
tlio house, was full, nml tlio eouoort
began, A company of about thirty
ladles and gentlemen occupied the
stage. Their drosses and general
get-up resembled thoso wo see v
i.ilgllsli plotures of a Hundred am
mpro years. agQ grfltpsqio an(l
'J'lm piogrammo was printed in
old stylo Knglisli, which our repre
sentative mistook for somo Conti
nental language, probably Norwe
gian. On being informed by n
gentleman sitting next to him that it
was the English that "was," ho sus
pected that ho was being "First-of-Aprlled,"
and said he'd bo hanged
if ho could read it, and questioned
if one in ten of thoso present could,
Tho great featiuu of the entertain
ment was tlio singing, mid this
muritcd such encomiums as "good,"
"very good," "excellent," etc.
Most of tho selections were old nnd
familiar, and were nono tho worse
nor the less appreciated because of
that. Tho solos were mostly pleas
ing specimens of vocalization, with
a good background of chorus which
enhanced their beauty. A couplo
of quartettes were very pretty. The
harmonious blending of nbout thirty
well-trained voices in tho company
pieces produced a volume of charm
ing sound. But tlio jewel that
sparkled brightest of all to many
eyes, or tho music that sounded
sweetest in their cars, was a duet
by two ladies. As this notice is
only intended to bo a brief outline,
no names have been mentioned, and
as tho mention of some names with
out tho whole might bo construed
into unfair partiality, we are pre
cluded from saying that tho two
ladies just now referred to were
Mrs. I Ian ford and Miss Griove, and
that Miss Grieve has a sweetly
pretty voice, over which she has
complete control. Would like to
pay this merited complimcnt,but re
frain. Tho dramatic part of the enter
tainment was rather small, but what
there was of it, was pretty good. A
little silent courtship between two
young people, while a third party
enunciated tho plot in a clear, dis
tinct voice, constituted one short
play, and a second laughably repre
sented a quakcr courtship. Sombro
roligious asceticism, with natural
araativencss occasionally cropping
through tho crust, was "capitally il
lustrated. 'Tlio singing of "Auld Lang
Sync," in which the audience joined,
closed a pleasant evening's enter
tainment a little before 10 o'clock.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL
At a recent meeting of the Com
mittee of Directors of the above
named Society, charged with the
management of the Stock Show
which was to have been held next
month, it was after lengthy consider
ation of the subject, unanimously
resolved, on motion made by Judge
McCuliy, "that in view of (1) tho
recent reappearance of glanders;
(2) of the prevalence of the bog
cholera ; (0) of the long continued
rains of tlio past season, whereby
cattle and young slock have greatly
suffered; (-1) and in addition, in
view of tho depressed condition of
business at tho present time, it is
considered not advisable to hold the
general Stock Show as had been
proposed to be held next May. Wo'
recommend that it be dofcrrcd."
Thcro were presont at the meeting
His Honor Judge Bickorton (in tho
chair), His Honor Judge McCuliy,
and Messrs. B. F. Dillingham, Clias.
Lucas and J. S. Webb.
A meeting of the Committee of
Directors of tho society to whom
was confided the charge of the Horti
cultural Show to bo held early in
May next, took place last evening.
It was ordered that a programme of
tho forthcoming show be advertised
in accordance with tho resolution
passed in December last, which was
fully reported, at thp time. This
programme will be duly advertised
next week. It was further resolved
that, as tho Committco of the Stock
Show had decided to defer tho same,
there should bo added to tho horti
cultural exhibits a show of dairy
produce, rice and other grains,
poultry and birds. It was decided
that members of tho society should
bo admitted free to tho show, and
should not bo required to pay en
trance fees on tlieir exhibits. Tho
show is to be held in tho second
week of May, o.n, a day" to bo Here
A resolution was also passed order
ing a renewed appeal to the Presi
dent of tho Board of Education to
set apart a day as Arbor Day, to bo
a special school holiday.
There were present at ilia above
meeting Hon. A. S. C'lcghorn (in
tho chair), Messrs. A. Jaeger and
list ok iioti:i.s.
A gentleman who has been travel
ling abroad and lodging in a number
of llrst class hotels in tho United
States and Europe, sends us a list of
the same, together t, Urn aveiigo
cost of jiving for t siuglo person.
This list 'will bo of interest for every
body contemplating a tijp. Tliosp
hotels marked with a deserve special
recommendation and, nothing better
can bp sajfl jn "favor of the Occl
dentaj Hotel in San Francisco than
that it was found tho best of all by
our travelling friend. Following is
the list, with the average chargos
for board and lodging por day :
Snn Fiiinolpco Occidental Hotel.?:! r.O
Washington Itlfc'gs Houso U 00
Denver Albany Hotel 8 00
NowYoik Hotel Xorniaiidlo.... 4 ha
Now Xork Wcfctmliiitcr Hutol. .'. (j fif
Bieninu llltiiftnW ,'. e f.0
tBntrjJtns-notcl QuttenbcrK. , ... a do
Oatsol Hotel l(oynl 3 00
lloldPlboitf Hotel I'lln. Gail a r.O
iVli'Klmded NitKsaiicrllof :i fiO
Trlberg Schuarvald Hotel !l 50
Xoiilmticcn Schweler . . . II r.O
Koiislan Insel Hotel 3 ft),
ItiiciiK Oiiolleiihof,,.. .....;.... 100
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
GRAND OPENING, SATURDAY, APRIL THE 2nd ! 1 1
I am prepared to hIiow oiiu of Iho Largest and Best Selected Stocks of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
ever imported into this Kingdom. jS Special attention is called to our stock of
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
Which I had manufactured especially for this market, and well worth inspection. HOUSE FURN'JSIIIN'Gr
GOODS a large assortment. A largo and yell selected stock of BOYS' CLOTHING in the
Latest Styles. ' I will sell the line at
BXA.TVXJIT'A.OTlJJaEIt'S COST TO IDiEir'Y OOJMUPEITITIOIV !
Straw Hats for Girls and Boys. Traveling Trunks and Valises a largo assortment.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street, - - Opposite Irwin & Cos
Inusbrack Hotel Tirol
Jlunchcn Vler Jnlireszcltcn
Ilerlln Hotel du Nord
Hamburg Hamburger llof
London Itoyal Hotel
Copenhagen Hotel d'Aiigletcrre..
SUofdc Suof do Hotel
Stockholm Grand Hotel
Chrlstlanla Vlctoila Hotel
Gothenburg Hotel Gota Kallarc..
THE APRIL TERM CALENDAR.
The April Terra of the Supreme
Court will open on Monday noxt,
First Associate Justice McCuliy,
presiding. According to the printed
list of cases to bo hoard, there are
sixty-four In all, divided as follows :
Hawaiian", Crimminal, one only, a
case of selling liquor without a
license. Hawaiian Civil cases con
sist of one JL'robato appeal, and three
ejectment suits. The mixed jury
cases comprise four ejectments,
bne damage, one trover, one assump
sit, and one case of replevin.
IJcforo a foreign jury, there are
set down to bo tried, six criminal,
and sixteen civil cases, distributed
as follows: Criminal one posses
sion of opium, one adulterj', one
malicious injury, one assault with a
pistol, and one case of larceny.
The civil cases comprise, one caso
of trespass, one ojectmeut, eleven
assumpsit, one debt, one case, ami
Of tho twenty cases set down to
bo heard in Banco, there are seven
equity appeals, eight cases of excep
tions, ono appeal by Ascu as gar
nishee two Police' Court appeals,
ono probate appeal, and ono appeal
from tho Third Circuit Court.
The suits for divorces aro few in
number, comparatively, comprising
To try the wholo of tho above
named cases in the allotted time,
will probably bo moro than the
Court can accomplish. The work
to bo accomplished by tlio gentle
men of the bar is pretty evenly
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
THU JAI'ANKSi: STA11UIXO CASK.
Satuiidat, April 2nd.
Tho Japanese who stabbed ano
ther Japanese on tho lGth ultimo in
Fowler's yard was tried at tho
Polico Court to-day. Tlio Japaucso
Consul and Vice-Consul were
present, the latter acting as in
terpreter. Mr. Jno. Austin ap
peared for tho prisoner, and made a
short address on his behalf, pleading
for mitigation of punishment. Jlis.
Honor addresspd the prjsQiicr on
what might lmvo been, tho enormity
of tho crime ho had committed. Ho
sentenced him to n lino of 8100 and
to bo imprisoned nt hard labor for
A YOUTHFUL CULPRIT.
A Chineso boy qf nine years of
nKej appeared to answer a charge
of larceny pf an earring, tho pro
perty of Mrs. JuUa Rawson, Mr,
Hatch appeared, for tho prisoner. Ho
ItOMAN CATHOLIC! CATlIIUUtAL.
High mass at 10 a. m. Vc-pets at 4 ::)0
IvAUMAKAvii.i Ciiuncii. Kov. .1,
Wahunau, pastor. Sunday school at
t:!)()A. m, Preaching at 10.ao'A. '.
lyAWAIAHAO CilUUCH. I?CV. II. II,
Pmkcr, pastor. Sunday school at 1.0
a. m. Preaching at 1J a. ii,
Y. Jf. (J, A, Young Moil's lllhlo
Ca,iUu the u lor nt 0:40 a. m., con
ducted by the General Secretary, (ios
iiel Praise Survlco at 0:30. r.M. C'oinoaiid
bring a friend.
Oiuni:8i Ciiuncii. Fort street, near
corner liorettiuhi. Mr. To Teng Uo,
evangelist. Chinese Similar School,
!:'.() a.m. Chlncdo and ICngllsh Sun
day School, 2;:io i'. m. Fi caching n
a. m, and Tsiio i.m. IJtbU cl fa
Glilnoso Y. M. J. A . H )30 y, M.
TiKflltif. U.NIOM CONOItKOATION.
llcv. K. O. OxKitl, justor. Services nt
tho Lyceum, Nniimm avenue, nt 11
a.m. and 7::i0i. m, At both services,
a collection will bo taken up for tha
Christian work among thu Chiuese,
Sunday School and Itlble clua at IHtS
o'clock. Alli-ordiill) Invited
Fout-stui:i:tChuuoii. Kov. .1. A.
Cruzau, piutor. Meeting for IJlblo
study at 0:15 a.m. Services at 11 A. M.
and 7:30 i. a. "Tho Cotnpats of tho
Soul" will bo Pastor Crui-an's theme
Sunday evening. All are Invited.
St. Andiikw's Catiii:i)Iial. First
Congregation. Holy Communion, 0::!0
A. m. Morning prayer at 9:00 a. m.
Holy Communion with sermon at 0:0
a. m. Preacher, The Bishop of Hono
lulu. Evensong with address, by tho
Bishop of Honolulu. The rite of con
firmation will bo administered during
tho service at C i m. All scats aro
Second Congregation. Itcv. George
Wallace, A. M.. pator. Morning
Prayer, with Fcrinon, at 11:1." a. m.;
evening prayer, with sermon, at 7:30
i. m. Sunday school meets nt 10 A. m.
Seats fice At all mtvIco.
COLD IN MONTANA.
Chicago, Feb. 13. The Inter
Ocean's St. Paul special says: Late
reports from Montana indicate that
affairs thcro aro assuming a most
alarming aspect. A week ago tlio
people wore bewailing the loss of
their cattle, but now there is a
source of apprehension that there
will be an appalling loss of human
life. Snow began falling in the
middle of November, and there is
now moro on the ground than for
ten years, most of tho stago roads
are entirely closed up and trains are
running at irregular intervals. Thu
supply of fuel is almost exhausted.
Threo days ago coal was selling at
8G0 n ton at Fort Benton, and now
it can hardly be purchased at any
price. Tlio snow is drifted to enor
mous depths, and people living at
tho mountain bases are in imminent
danger of meeting a horrible death
beneath an avnlaiicho or freezing to
death. Should another protracted
storm ccur it is believed that hun
dreds will succumb to its terrors.
As it is, more people have frozen to
death this winter than for twenty
five years, Tho snow will be a long
timo disappearing even with frequent
Chinook winds, as a solid sheet of
ice, an i nch thick, formed over it
late in January, and sinco that timo
nearly two foot have fallen. The
cold has been intense, varying from
40 below zoro at Helena to C0
below at Forts Shaw and Assiniboino.
In tho vicinity of Littlo Jennie and
Grand Central mines, onllald Moun
tain, and snow is eight feet deep on
a level, and travel is.impossible, cx
copt on 8iiowshoes.
THE "BULLETIN" SUMMARY.
Is now issued and will bo found to
bo an interesting anil comprehensivo
number, containing 40 columns of
roading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription 2.S0
per annum, including postago to
foreign countries. To bo had from
'$. H. Sopor, Merchant street,
A. M. ITcwott, Merchant street,
and Hulllti Olllco,
Frcdorick Amcrling, tho painter,
whoso dcajh was recently announced,
loft to tho city of Vienna a collec
tion of paintings and antiquities
valued at 8125,000.
Congressman S. S. Cox's book on
Constantinople is to bo published
1 ff LBS, IVbh Hoine-ModoCliow.
J.VV lug Sticks, or so-called Bur.
hers' Voles, anil fresh, del lolous Vanilla
and Chocolate Creams which I guaran
tee to bo far superior nnd sold cheaper
limn any Imported, at F HOIIN'S Pion
eer Steuiii Candy Factory and Bakery
nnd Ico Cream Farlor. 81511
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour is
otlorcd for sale by GOHSALYK8 &
CO., Queen Street. " til
WE HAYS I1" roooWeil Per Aus
t vn lift a now lot of Artists' Ma
terials, Ebony Wiiro, HwkcW, Cabinet
Frames, Itmtic Frames, etc. And wo
nro belter prepared than over lo make
Cornices niul Picture Frames, having
the Imuost and host silectcd stock of
Mouldings In tho Kingdoi. Kiva
Bitos.UfviiT Stoiii:. &i
Uyt, Vh.nt'h ilHAitT Kkmkuv is a
Hpeeillo for nil forms of Ilenit Dis
ease and nlco for Dlsean's of Kidneys
and Oiruu'ltiuon. Descriptive book
with uvory bottle. Hoiibou Smith $
Co., Amenta, JjQ.lt
The Undersigned, L IIOKN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AM) ICE CREAM PARLOR,
(ENtalil tailed 18(S.)
Respectfully informs tho public that from this day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banqueis, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, 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
tics given by their late Majesties Kameliamcha IV, Kamehamelm V, and
Lunalilo, and having the honor of supplying the proent royal household
Willi tho delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years
practical experience in this line of business.
Prnctlrnl Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Oruniuontcr In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (05 3m) Honolulu H. I.
IMr-OIlTKIt ANn DKALim in"
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Street;, Honolulu.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
From the Templo of Fashion at greatly reduced ratej, wo now offer them to our
nuiiiorouB patrons nt prices which du y competition.
T hiMO goods aro first class in ovcry icspect'and con.'lt of all grades and anal.
Hies of 1
Glotiiie, Suitable for tbe M aid Poor alike.
In offening them t onr cimtomors wo would mo.t respectfully draw their tt
tcntlon to Hie fact that wo uro giving ihem the bandit of our cheap bargain- and
invito the public in amoral to L'ivu us a call nnd examine Uic9e goods beforo pur
chasing olsewlicre. Our umi.i1 line of ,
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to ncod especial comment. t
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising the well-known hramls of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOEGS,
"EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
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XTov Sixlo nt Benonable Xiibe.
tho entire Stock of
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