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WEDNESDAY, AP1ML 1, 1887.
Ilktno Discovery from Kim I'ranel-co
Sulir Llliolllio from Luhnlmi
SchrMnry from lliiintikim
Itk Suraniio for Knit ViaileUco
Itktnu Tinnier for Sim Kinnci;oo
chiVidchu for Wnlnnni
Kchr Csiteiln.i for Iliuiiilci
fciuhr I.uka for Koliulnlclo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Htnir hvnlnnl for l.tiluilnii and llniiiu-
knu, nt 8 a m
Schr Kiinlkeitoiill for Kohahi
fcjchr Khukiil for ,S S Islands
For San Francisco, per bktno t'luntcr,
Apilllil THouthwick mnl wife. F i:
linker, F.TMcCni thy imtl 0 II Carter.
For Kmuil, per xtiiir Mlkiihaln. Apill
12 J lev II Ienbcrg. r'niiik W Damon,
Dr. I V .Smith, Au; Dieler, Jl A uMiielle,
,Tr, Walter M I'nmeroy, 3Ir Aliplvby, G
K Campbell, F G Tinner ami bilile, Mr
and Mis llunuing, .Ino A Mill, L Knlto
fon. Geo X .Rutherford, L llcdgciiiiui,
W Jletliam, F L Cohen, Win .Meyer,
Mrs Kuakn, 3Fr Senile ami wife and
nbotit 30 deek.
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sehr Llliolllio 1,17-1 b:igs of fiigiir.
The bktne rianler was towed to sea
this afternoon. Sim took from this poit
for San FraiieUco, Hl.aA'i b.ig of Mignr,
2,000 bag of nee and 000 cneh of bn
jianns. Value. 970,i"00.
Ilk .Tulle, Ghivcy
Ilk Calbiirleii, I'eikln
31k Kalakaiia, Armstrong
)rlg Alllo Howe, I'hlllips
Jlktne Morning Star. Turner
llktno .T A J'alkenbiirjj. F W Clluger ,
liktnc Discovery, Leu
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Majou Guliclc has "Fair View," on
runohbowl hill, to lot.
Tin: Portuyuoso company of tho
Honolulu Hides will drill this even
3Iumiii:1!S of the Honolulu bapeball
cluh wcu prauliijini; yentculay after
noon. "Hit mi' Piihy for ten ccntHl" w
tho laleL cxelanialion among bil
lmrdibta. J. 12. UitowN it Co. have a now
buck btoro to let, on King street, near
tho Nuuanu htreot coiner.
Tin: Honolulu Post OHico dispateh
ing by tho AiiHtralia, yefrterday, 2,i)Sl
letter's and 82!) papciu.
'A niu:ni'r auction sale of assorted
cloths will bo held by Messru. E. P.
Aduins & Co. at their Kilos loom on
A niinstrol jiorfoi jiiiineo by a tronpo
of artists on board H. f. S. Caroline
is talked about. Whether it will take
plneo on shoro or nlloat, is not yot
Tin: Hon C. 11. Uhop was this
lay appointed Vicc-Pie.sident of tho
Pa'cifio Sugar Mill, and Mr. Julius
Hoting to a tiinilar position in tho
Jlonokaa Sugar Company.
O.v view and for salo at King Uros.
Hotel street, is a "sill: painting" of
Diamond Head, by Mis. Tiomain.
Tho Diamond Head, tky, water, and
cocounut tiees aio wondei fully
Acconwxn to the 'Advertiser," on
Monday next a. lillo match will tnko
place at thu King stieet rnngo, ho
tweun teams of eight men fiom II. I).
M. S. Caroline and tho Hawaiian
Mil. Lewis J. Lovcy will hold his
regular cash Nile to-moriow nioining
nt JO o'clock; and by older of G. D.
Frecth, ho will sell ono eni-o of
private effects, ex b.uk C. 11, Pishop
Tin: schooner Ehukni, belonging to
tho Pauilic Navigation Co,, has been
jiurclmi-i'd by Captain Maey, and will
fiail to-nioirow for Jaluil. Any letters
or papers for tho 8, S. Islands will bo
taken by her.
Hack.mkn, it is said, will, now that
nearly half of Honolulu has gonu,
odor inducements to lido in their
carriage". Havana cigars will ho
givon to gentlemen passengers and
chocolate cioiuub to tho ladies 1
Honolulu ciicketois weio dili
gently practising last ovening, pro
pitiatory to a match game between a
team fiom II. 13. AI. S. Caroline and
a picked number of Honolulu play
ers, ut AInkiki next S.ituiday after
noon. At tho meeting of Company 13 of
tho Honolulu liilles last uvumuir,
Second Liuutenant C. W. Ashfoiii
was elected Fiist Liuutenant, to Jill
the vacancy declined by Geo. Strate
inoyer, and Heigeant E. F. lilslmp,
was elected Second Lieutenant.
At tho liolhcl Union prayer moot
ing this evening, tho subject of tho
rnMnr'tf diecouifco will bo, ''Tho
Chiibtinu'H confidence." Phil, i., (!.
At Fort Street Chinch, tho Itov. J.
A. Cruzan will dihcameo on "Alan
lineas in lluligion," selecting as bis
loxt, 1 Cor. xvi, It!,
A voujffl man who wanted to go
home by tho AustialiiiycEtc-iilay, and
who was infused u ticket at Iiwiu it
Co.'s, hecnuho tlioro was no room on
the fteamer, hecuied his pint-port at
tho Ciihtoiu llniiMi and went aboaid.
Whon tho puisor ns-ked tho youth for
his ticket, ho oflfoied tho amount in
money, but to his bouow was brought
(ishoru in the pilot-boat.
jpj,y&m'ii4::?ir' &1 -' -
iUr ,nJ. v,..:ny,frpy7irn;iraji
Or llio 0,000 tlnfl nf opium tlmt
arrived from Sydney by the Mariposa,
2,001) wi'io being slumped nnd label
ed, by tliu Customs clmkK, this morn
ing, pre)iaratoiy to being placed in
tho market to-niouow.
A LARGE CARGO.
Tho Oceanic Stcuiiship Austinlin
tool: away tlie following ilomestio
produce: '2(!,0;H bnis supiir, 17,271
bags of which were shipped by
Mussia. W. G. Irwin & Co., 1,1 13
bans lice, 2,870 bunches bananas,
l,2.'ir hides, 1,()0 pieces supar cane
and 1,221 skins. Thu cargo was
valued at S 1013,210.32.
OFFICIAL OFFICES REFILLED.
Dining thu absence of Col. C. 1'.
Iankea, the olllccs of Ilis Majesty's
Chamberlain anil Governorship of
Oahu will he llllcil by His Excel
lcncy Antonc Kosa, the present
Attornoy-Gcneral. M'ajor J. D.
Holt, will net as Quarter Master
Govern! vico Air. Sam. Nowlcin.
There will be a social held in tho
parlors of Fort-street Church on
Thursday evening. A short literary
ami musical programme will be
given, in rthicli Aliss Alnlonc, Airs.
L. A. Thurston, Aliss II. Dickson
and others will take pint. You will
be welcome. Will thu ladies who
proviilo refreshments, be kind
enough to solid them in season to
avoid confusion V
Yesterday afternoon an elderly
native woman named Kauihou, living
on Fort street, went to her bath
house for the purpose of washing,
llcr relatives (hiding sho did not
return went to look after her. The
old huly was found with her head in
the bath tub, and dead. The
AInrshal was summoned, but no in
quebt was held. Tho cause of
immediate death is questionable, but
it is supposed that the deceased had
an apoplectic lit, and fell where she
THE "BULLETIN" SU MMARV.
Is now issued and will bo found to
bo an inteicsliiig and comprehensive
number, containing !() columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
hland news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription 82. SO
per annum, including postago to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. .Sopor, Merchant street,
A. AI. Hewctt, Alerchaut street,
and lliiM.r.Tix Olllcc.
ICE CREAM EXTRAORDINARY.
AH1. F. Horn, the well-known con
fectioner of Honolulu, has a com
munication in to-day's )ui.m:tik
about ico cream, in reply to a re
print article which appealed in yes
terday's issue. Air. Horn was not
satisfied witli merely sending this
communication for publication, but
along with it transmitted a samplo
of his own genuine Cream, and a
large sample, too enough to go all
round, fiom the top to the bottom
of the olllcc. Every printer and
every member of thu literary staff,
(except Drown, who was, fortu
nately for the rest of us, out at the
time) had a dishful. It was a most
delicious article, jnire and superla
tively nice. Very, very much ob
liged, Air. Hoin. We havo u birth
day coining boon!
Messrs. I. Afore & Co. have just
completed, at their machine shop on
King stieet, for the Koyal Hawaiian
Alosoleum, two new biers; They
aro constructed aflar an original
pattern, designed by Air. Julius
Smith, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, and nro symmetrical
and sightly. Each bier is 8 feet long,
3 feet wide, and C feet high. Tho
top of each bier, on which a coflln is
to be placed, is supported by six
columns, connected at top and
bottom by braces of strong and unique-scroll
woih. The columns are
covered with silver bronze and the
braces with gold bronze. Tho whole
surfaco is smooth and lustrous. Tho
workmanship is strong and substan
tial as well as llnlshcd and pretty.
As a pioduction of local design nnd
local construction, theso biers, as
turned -out of tho makers' hands,
aro highly creditable- to all con
Dclwcen tho hours of 12 and 1
o'clock to-day, a spirited and blood
ed horso, attached to a Hawaiian
Hotel hack, started on a run from
near the Keystone saloon, up Fort
street. Tlio driver, a Norwegian
known amongst his brother hack
men, as '-Alary Ann," was op tho
box at tho timo, but ho iid not have
tho reins In his hands. The horse
bolted, and tho left hand side wheels
struck thu huge stones nt tho edgo
of tho sidewalk opposite Ilammor's
saddlory shop. Tho vehiulo cap
sized, carrying with it tho driver. Dr.
AIcGrow's and Airs. Dickson's car
riages weio hitched to posts opposite
Elders & Co.'h, whilst tho oi cupants
wiii'u convoislug on tho sidewalk.
The horso kicked himself clear of
tho vehicle and trappings and pio
ceeded alone up Fort slteet. As
though by a miracle, nobody was
hurt, not even tho driver who camo
within nu nco of having his binius
THE LATEST I
There was turned out thin wont
ing from thu Hawaiian Carriage
Manufactory, a highly finished
vehicle, resembling an omnibus.
Tliu body and wheels arc exqui
sitely painted, dnrlc brown and red,
while the scats nro upholstered and
finished in tho most nppiovcd style.
It can accoinmodtitu about twelve
persons of moderate size. It struck
an observer as a splendid arrange
ment for a picnic- trip to the Pali or
elsewhere, but on enquiry it was
ascertained to be a piison-van. It
will shortly be put in commission,
for thu purpose of conveying pri
soners from the Station House to
tho Oahu Gaol. Doing thu pro
perty of the Government it may
probably bo also used for conveying
Legislators on their lours of inspec
tion of Government institution, and
thus save tho expense of hiring
omnibusses. It is rather large for
going up the Alanui Hale Pupulol
It presents a strikingly different
nppcaranco from the "Dlack Alalia"
of Newgate notoriety.
MR. HORN ON ICE CREAM.
Editor Dui.i.rn.s: In your issue
of the 12th inst. appeared an article
headed "Tho usu of Glue in ice
cream" and I beg to make a few re
marks, for the benefit of lovers of
ico cream, basing my statements on
15 years practical experience in the
manufacture of all creams, frozen
custards and ices of every kind,
consisting of some f)0 varieties,
1st Glue even of the whitest ap
pearance will discolor in a fow
hours after the frecziuu; process is
completed, all creams, creamed
milk, pure milk us well as custards,
giving them a dull, stringy, sour
and heavy nppcaranco when lifted
with a spoon. It will also cause a
sticky feeling between the lips,
after eating ono spoonful ; nnd for
these reasons, I emphatically assort
that no practical nnd honest confec
tioner, who carries on an establish
ment claiming oven tliu remotest
respectability, will stoop so low as
to manufacture an article so adulte
rated, and which can be sold only
in back alley and slum establish
ments, and by unpiincipled ven
dors. 2nd In regard to gelatine in ico
cream, the article' states that it is
oven an improvement to the, cream.
This I must contradict, as cream
containing gelatine in siilllcicnt
quantity to make it firm will invari
bly give tho cream an unnatural,
glossy and spongy appearance, and
can be easily detected by judges of
ice creams, by its striuginess, and
if not quite fresh, by n sour taste,
simply the results of the lapid de
composition of gelatine when in a
dissolved state, on account of it
being animal matter.
3rd. Ico cream and nrtillcial ices
are often adulterated by fish or so
called Ilouscnblase, and can at once
be noticed by its insipid flavor, as it
requires a considerable quantity to
make thu cream solid. Artificial
ices aro generally flavored with
chemical essences of an injurious
nature, on account of their cheap
ness, instead of with juices of fruits.
-1 tli. IJcal pure ice cream can bo
made only of all boiled sweet cream,
milk and cream or pure rich milk,
with sufllcient fresh eggs, which will
not only make tho cream rich in
flavor and appearance, but will give
it all the necessary consistency.
Thanking you, Air. Editor, for the
space you have given me, I remain,
Practical Confectioner, Pastry-cook,
Ornamcntor and Proprietor of
Honolulu Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Dakcry and Ice cream
SUPREME COURT-APRIL TERM,
jusiici: m'cum.y, i'iti:siiixo.
Ttu-.SDAY, Apiil 12th.
Tho Court opened at 1 v. m.
Tho King vs. All Chili, Akiona
and Tong Hoy. Assault and bat
tery. Appeal from 1'olice Justice
of Honolulu. Tried before a foreign
jury. Partly heard and was con
tinued to-day. A. 1". Peterson
for tho Crown; John T. Dare
nnd F. M. Hatch for defendants.
at ciiAMiir.its limner, .ujnn, c. .i.
In probate, cstato of John O.
Davios. Ordered that the will bo
admitted to probate and that letters
testamentary be issued to Hobcrl
sewers wuiioui uonii. a. i. icier?
son for proponent.
In ru bankruptcy of J. W. Knhalc
anu. Ordered that the Marshal
nntifv TMnnnol'C Coroa. a secured
"""V - - J
creditor, of Wniincn, Kauai, to provo
his claim on tho luth inst. Chas.
Crcighton for tho bankrupt.
THE P. & 0. COMPANY.
Tho Is'ow Zealand Jlcriiltl gives
tho following description of thu new
steamship Victoria, onu of tho four
so-called Jubilee steamers now jn
course of construction. Tho Jlerahl
says tho description of tho Victoria,
will apply to each of tho other
llcr total length is 1811 feet; beam,
Ti2 feet; depth, !17 font; and her
giobs tonnage close on 7,000 tons.
Sho Is powerfully rigged with four
taunt masts; her engines aro of tho
latest and most improved triple ex
pansion typo; t-lio has bIn double
ended steel hollow, containing JIB
furnaces, besides n thrco-fuiniicod
auxiliary boiler, capable of creating
power to drive her at the highest
rato of speed, Tho poop and fore-
We will sell for ONE WEEK ONLY,
Dozen White Huck Towels at 5 cents a piece!
LADIES', MISSES', CHILDRENS' AND INFANTS' WEAR,
Which I offer at BEDROCK PRICES.
S. EHRLICH, 63
casllo form turtle backs, giving,
with the sheer lines, unite n light
and graceful appearance to this im
mense stritcluru of over 11, C00 tons
weight when down to her Hoard of
Trade load water-line. One of tho
most striking features is tliu line
promenade deck, which extends 230
feet, and reaches across the whole
breadth of the ship. It stands up
22 feet above thu water-line, and
thus command's a broad and extend
ing horizon. It will ho much ap
preciated by the passengers for,
dancing and other amusements, and
Is in itself a saloon with the awnings
spread, and lighted up by numerous
incandescent electric lights. At the
after-end of this deck is the first
saloon smoking-iootn, (he ladies'
drawing-room, and largo lounge
being on the forwaul part. The ex
tensive poop duck, 112 feet long, is
in a line with the promenade deck
another of thu special features for
which these ships will bo noted.
The second saloon sinoking-rooin
nnd lounge arc placed here. ISclow
this on the upper deck, forward and
aft, arc the dining saloons for tho
Hi -sL and second saloon passengers.
These spacious halts arc sumptu
ously lilted, and by their situation,
so high above the water-lino, enable
the passengers at all limes to enjoy
the sea breeze, and affords them an
almost uninterrupted view. Shel
tcied as the upper deck is by tho
projection of tho light promenade
deck, it will bo much usedifor exer-,
cisc in rough weather. The cabin
accommodation for 172 first saloon
passengers is on the main deck,
and space is also provided for a
very largo number of second saloon
passengers on this and tho lower
deck in two and four-berth cabins,
the former predominating. Below
this deck aio tho cargo spaces,
mail, baggage, bullion, and sample
rooms, besides store-rooms, and ex
tensive refrigerating and insulated
chambers for the frozen meat trade,
and for thu stowage and preserva
tion of fruit and vegetables. Hyd
raulic hoists are used for working
the cargo in and out of the ship, in
stead of thu usual noisy steam
winches. In discussing the merits
of every ship, it is necessary to
judge-her with reference to safely,
comfort, and speed, and in applying
these tests to the Victoria and her
sister ships, she will ho found to be
one of tho most perfect, if not the
most perfect ship afloat. The dimen
sions and lines have been fixed and
designed with special reference to
stability or power of righting, and
easy motion amongst waves. Tio
loss of tho Oregon and the still
more appalling disastec connected
with the loss of the Kupiinda, bring
ing home to the mind tho fearful
peril of collision. To obviato a
danger of this kind these vessels
have been specially planned to re
duce sea and lire risks to a mini
mum. The arrangements for water
tight, supervision have iccoivcd the
satisfactory approval of the director
of naval construction, and fulfil the
stringent requirements necessary to
qualify tlicui as armed cruisers, and
in this connection it may bo men
tioned that provision has also been
nuido for discharging torpedoes.
For further security an unusually
largo number of boats (twelve) have
been provided, nnd in addition there
aro lilo-rafts, and a life-belt is placed
ready for immediate use in oach
liurth in tho ship. Tho vessel is
completely lighted by electricity,
nnd to ensiiic elllcienuy in this res
pect, duplicate dynaincs nro sup
plied. Electric .search lights and
log horns nro fitted for foggy
wcathur, and for passing through
tho Suez Canal at night. With
regard to tho question of comfort,
thi) spacious ciihlnii havo bcou mado
larger than usual, most of them are
designed to accommodate two pas
sengers only. Special caro and at
tention lias been given to light and
ventilation by skids, skyliglit, and
sidelights, also by tho nlcctnc light
and mechanical system of ventila
tion to keep up a constant supply of
cool air in thu ttopjes. Tho air in
tho saloon cabins and botween decks
can bo entirely changed fivo or six
times ait hour by mechanical venti
lation ahovo. The cabins aro fitted
with fold-up iron berths with spting
bottoms, nil placed foro and aft,
besides chests of drawers, wash-
PLE OF FASHION !
Just received by last steamer
and 65 Fort Street,
stands, whntnot, and toilet racks.
Each cabin lias its separate push
for electric bells to obtain attend
ance of stewards, etc. Tho dining
saloons, ladies' drawing-rooms and
boudoirs, smoking-rooms, lounges,
library, and supplementary saloons
for writing and reading, staircases
and entrances aro embellished by
chaste carvings and decorations of
tho llcnaissancc period, from de
signs by our eminent architects.
The cuisine nnd kitchen arrange
ments, and refreshment bars main
tain the high reputation for which
the P. & O. Qo. is justly celebrated.
The baths have a constant supply of
waters, with steam connected to
them ; and there arc ample lavato
tics besides. Other otlices, hos
pitals, a barber's shop, and laund
lics arc also provided. Tho pro
menade spaces havo been kept clear
by tho system adopted for carrying
tho boats, and also by the use of
the dydraulic hoists, and a peculiar
design of crane, which, besides
being quicker in working, occupy
much lcs deck space than the
usual steam winches and cranes.
The dust and dirt from the coal and
ashes is prevented by special sys
tems of coaling and ash-shoots, All
tho- arrangements, down to the
smallest detail, have been most
carefully considered and worked
out, with a view to the comfort of
the passengers, and the safety of
the ship and all on board.
THE BURNING OF THE S. S. RAIATEA.
The Journal Official of Tahiti,
in its issue of the .'Jrd March gives
the following particulars of the
burning of tho steamer Haiatcn,
while on her voyngo from San
Francisco to Tahiti. The Ilaiatca
loft 'Frisco on tho 13th February
(belonging to tho Commercial So
ciety Oceanic), having on board 15
bags of mails and a quantity of pro
visions, and was burned at sea
about 200 miles from Tuamotu.
The lire broke out in the second
engineer's cabin about 2 o'clock in
the morning. The crew and passen
gers took thu boats and were saved.
On tho following day a Dutchman
named Uriell died, and on midday
qf the 17th, tho boats arrived at
Uairoa, Tuamotu, where tho resi
dents kindly furnished them with
food and clothing, of which they
were in great need. The chief of
the district arrived on the 10th nt
the same place, and acted with equal
kindness. Captain Verccke of the
Ilaiatca, reported that he left San
FranciBpo qn the 27th January for
Tahiti, and that on Sunday night
the 13th February, when about 200
miles from Tuornotu, a tiro broke
out on board about 2 o'clock in the
mot ning. It spread with' such
rapidity that tho crow and passen
gers wcro compelled to leave tl;o
vessel immediately, having only
timu to put somo water into tho
boats, but iinablo to save any cloth
ing. They made for Tuamotu and
arrived at lluiroa after fivo days.
The crew numbered twenty, and the
passengers four, tho latter being
Messrs. Sertoli, Johnson, llriell, and
a native child. Uriell died in ono
of the boats fivo days after abandon
ing the Ilaiatca. Tho shipwrecked
party arrivod at Tahiti on tho 3rd
March in a canoe.
THO LBS. Fresh Home-Mode Chew.
J.VV' ing Sticks', or to-callcd Unr.
burn' l'oh'sp, itml frutli, tlollclnus Vanilla
and Chouoliitu Crunnis which I niinnin
tic to ho fir superior anil sold cheaper
than any Imported, at P IIOKN'S Pion
eer Pte.tin Ciiiidy Factory nnd llnkery
nnd Ico (Jrcam Parlor. H5tf
WE HAVE JnM. received pur Aiib.
tnilia n now lot of Aitlsls' Mil
tcrid', IJhony "Vnro, Bracket", Cuhluct
Frniac-, Hu-tlc Fiumce, do. And wo
nro butter prepared than over to nuiku
Cornleiii nnd Picture Vrniiioi, hair)R
the hrgest and host relucted Etock of
Moulding. In Ihu Kingdom 1Ci.no
Unos.' AitT Stoiik. tU
Dit. Flint's Kraut Hkmudy is a
Specific- for all foiins of lleait l)is
enM) and ali-o for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Dcscripthe hook
with every bottlo. Uouhoii Smith &
Co.. A nunts. .'llil
"F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
. advciiHo It in the Daily Uui.lktih
in Turkish towels!
a Complete Assortment of
IMl'MtTIIll AND BKALKIt IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Corner Fort & merchant Streets, Honolulu.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
The Undersigned, V. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on he is fully preparoil
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in nil cases tho 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 Kamcliameha IV, Knmchameha V, and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying tho present royal household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
I'rnrticnl Confectioner, Pantry Cook nnil Ornainrntcr In Honolaln.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (fl5 8m) Honolulu, H. I.
Prom tho Teniplu of Fashion nt greatly reduced rates, wo now ofl'jr them to our
numorous patrons at prices which no'y coniiiutltlon.
'1 heao goods are llrat class In every
Clolliii, Suitable for tie lid aid Poor affio.
Ill ollerilng them to our customers wc would moil respectfully draw their at
tention to the fiicttluit wu are giving Ilium the bsnclK of onr cheap bargain and
invito the. public In ginornl to give m n cull ami examine tlicsu goods beforo pur
chasing ulsowhurc. Our usieil liiiu of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well kuoNsn to
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUIsTDBOKGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &c.
U'oi fsSalo nt K,en.oiille DPriees.
Opposite Irwin & Cos
Egan & Co.'s
the entire Stock of
icspcct and consist of all grades and qutl.
need espcoiul comment.