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SATURDAY, APRIL 1C. 1887.
,S S Alameda from San Francisco, eu
route for the Colonics
Stmr Klunti from Hawaii nnd II mi I
Stmr Llkellke fioiu Kahulul
Stmr Walaloale from Kauul
Stmr Surprise from Kuau
$ 8 Alameda for the Colonies, at 6 p in
Schr Ko Au Hun for Knunakakal
Schr Kawallaul for Koolim
VE3SELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Llkeliko for Kahulul and way
poi is, at f n m.
Stmr Klnati for tho Volcano and Wind
Stmr Surprise for Kuan
Stmr J A uminilns for Koolau
From San 1'raneUeo, per S S Ala
meda, April 1U Miss Ivor, Miss Car
roll, Mrs A Q Hawcs, Mls Alice Hawcs,
P U Jones and wife, MNs J Crowley,
T K Moore, l)r V Ij Miner and wife,
MUs 11 S Jndd, Mrs J Scott anil daugh
ter, MUa M Can lean Miss Kcnileks,
Oscar White, child nnd nurse. Mrs
Florence Williams, FTl'ortcr, V Peter
son, L Wesner, 17 steerage and 44 in
From Wlndwaid Ports, per Klnau,
April 10-Col Z S Spalding, II Morri
son, Mlo Austin, .1 Cornell, G X Wil
cox, Kokl and on, O 15 Wells, J L
Ulalsdell, C It S KynncrMey and wife,
Mrs Itoht Wallace, ltev II 1) F Whalley,
II h llolsteln and J W Kalua.
From Knhtilul and way-poilE, per
Llkeliko, April 10 Mis Win Wilder
.and son, J 1) Martin, ltev 11 II Gowon,
II Baldwin, Miss Maud l'aldwiu, 11 10
Francis, Mr Kohlcr, O II Bulley, ltev
W II Barnes, T Stewart, Miss K Turton,
It W Meyer and 07 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Likellke 2,580 bags of sugar. 200
sacks of taro, !S0 sacks of com, 52
sacks of potatoes and 50 hides.
Stmr Wiitatcilo 1.80J h.igs of sugar and
i!0 head of cattle.
Stmr Klnau -1,100 bags of sugar.
Stmr Sui prise 4,000 bags of sugar.
'Hie Biltlsh bark Glengaher arrived at
San Francisco, April 8, after a. smart
run of 17 days from Honolulu.
The fccliooner Kosailo sailed yester
day, Apill 8th, from San Francisco, for
Kahulul with lal.fiOO shingles. The
vessel received a quick commission,
having only arrived at San Francisco
. Tlio steamer Alameda lias for the
Colonies 450 cases mid u casks of sal
mon, valued at t32,',115.
The baiks Lady Lamp'on. Forest
Queen and Sonoma are loading at San
Francisco for Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A.niLLiARD room has been added
to Pftia skating rink.
To-moruow will ho Low Sunday,
or tlio first Sunday after Easter.
Mish Bcrryta school will ro-open
Monday morning) April 18th, at No.
43 Emma street.
The J. 1. Spieckels heat tho S. N"
Castle to San Fiancitco by two days,
on their last trip.
Mr. Sopor is exhibiting some
laughably comical pictures in his
Pr. S. Naglo and Major T.
Panott will leave by tho S.
Alameda to-day for the Colonies.
Tub Alameda has brought to tho
local grocers tho usual supply of fresh
fish, fowl, and vegetables, on ice.
loiiANi College, St. Androw's Priory
School and Miss Parko'a Kinder
gatcn School, will ro-open on Monday
At the St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow, tho Eabtor music will bn
repeated at tho 11:15 a. m. and 7:30
p. ji. services.
A California dinner at tho Club
Houso Dining Rooms this evening,
Tho menu includes fresh salmon,
shrimps, celery, etc.
1 9 m
The error in our Perjury article, of
using tho wotil "eighth" instead of
"ninth" is admitted, and tho Herald's
On Monday morning, His Majesty
will breakfast on hoard II. M. S.
Caroline, at tho invitation of Captain
Sir William Wiseman.
Tin: Hawaiian Rillo Association
marksmen uro practising for their
target shooting contest with a team
from II. B. M. S. Ciuolino, nest
Mb. Williams, manager of Spreck
clsvillo Plantation, Maui, has re
signed his position, on account of ill
health, in favor of Mr. Morrison, to
tako effect on Juno 1st.
Messiis. Lewis & Co.'s shipment of
fresh vegetables, fish, otc, by to-duy's
steamer, was neaily all appropriated
beforo wo wont to press. There is
only a littlo left, winch suggests tho
necessity of "hurrying up."
Tun Tableaux, and screaming
farcu entitled ''On His Last Legs,"
supported by our leading local talent,
will tako placo on Monday evening,
instead of Tuesday, as pioviously
announced. Tho box plan opened
this morning at the oihco of Mosul a.
J. E.MJrown & Co.
It would appear that lion, A. S.
Cleghorn has not onliioly foi gotten
tho sports of old England, lib tho
following incident will show : When
Major Hills' horso bolti'd tho other
day, and vaulted tho Hawaiian Hotel
fenco in splondid stylo, Mr. Cleghorn
oaiuo out of tho British Club rooms,
and congratulated tho Major on pos
sessing ix stcoplc-chaser,
Tub stores of Mr. J. T. Water
house havo been replenished by new
goods ex S. fl. Alameda.
IIooskin saddles of Sydney and
English styles arc oll'crcd to tho
trade by Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co.
J, D. Si'itECKEi.s & Bros, havo
bought tho bark W. W. Case for
$15,000. She will bu employed in
tho sugar trade.
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A first class candy fsloto will
ihortly bo opened by Mr. Chas. Lud
wigsen, 1111 expert from San Fran
eUco,at CO Hotel sticct.
. . .
The error which appeared in our
announcement yesterday of tho
British Benevolent Society, was not
tho fault of cither J. E. Blown it Co.
or of ourselves. Wo followed cop.y,
which was distinctly "Tucbday Apiil
Tub bark Caibaricn reports having
passed tho steamer Australia plowing
her way through n fresh N. E. gale.
Tho sea was breaking on her bows
and enshrouding her in spray. No
one visible on deck, linagino tho
scene below I
Mil. ltichtcr, of tho Victoria lies
taurant, met with n painful and
seiious accident tho other day. Ono
ol the fingers of his right hand was
crushed by an iron door. Every bono
of tho linger was bioken, and pieces
of tho hones had to bo taken out.
"Musir charms the pavago breast
and soothes tho civilized soul." So
Mr. Bartlutt, Manager of tho Ha
waiian Hotel, seems to think, and
has therefore ptovided a musical fes
tival for the Hotel guests, this even
ing, to which the general public- are
cordially invited. Tho Hawaiian
Quintette Club will deal out. tho
music, beginning at 8 o'clock.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square tliN afternoon,
commencing nt 4:30 o'clock. Tho
following is the programme :
O vci ture Boniantlc Bela
Polka Stefaule Fahrhach
Finale Bollsarlo Donizetti
Selection Bohemian Girl Balfo
Waltz Summer Eve Waldteufel
Polka Joulau Wardrope
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
W. T. IIiggiii3 anil wife, San
Francisco ; Miss Carrol. San Fran
cisco; C. I). Wells, Kohala; II.
Morrison, Hilo; Z. S. Spalding,
Kauai ; Mrs. I. B. L. Scott, Austra
lia; Miss M. Carrigan, San Fran
cisco ; Mrs. Florence Williams, San
Francisco; Mrs. A. G. llawes, San
Francisco ; Miss Ilnwcs, San Fran
cisco; P. H. W. Koss, Hawaii; C.
Knhlo, Sydney, Australia.
LATEST FROM THE VOLCANO
Mr. J. II. Maby writes from the
Volcano House, under date of April
10th: "The small lake I have
written about before has chilled
over, ami another has opened up
more to the westward. There has
been considerable light, from the re
flection of the fire, seen from here
for the past four or live nights. We
have had Hue weather: no rain."
KERR'S CREDIT SALE.
The credit sale of tweeds, cassi
mcres, suit pieces, &c, to take
place at the salesroom of Messrs. E.
P. Adams & Co. on Monday next,
at 10 a. 31. , will present a rare oppor
tunity to the trade. The goods to
bo told having been personally se
lected by Mr. Kerrr they may bo
relied upon ns being of first class
quality. For tho accommodation of
purchasers, u cold lunch, accom
panied by beverages to suit all tastes,
will be bcrved in the salesroom
during the midday recess. AU
goods sold without reserve.
On this last trip of the steamer
Likelikc, two boxes of general
merchandise, one fioin Hackfeld &
Co. and the other from Ilyumn Bros,
capsized with 0110 of the ship's boats
at Kipahulu, Maui. The boxes, be
sides other loose goods that were in
tho boat at the time, wero recovered
nnd brought to Honolulu this morn
ing. The goods, which are slightly
moist, will be bold at auction for the
benefit of Wilder S. S. Co., who pay
MR. LEWIS J. "LEVEY'S CREDIT SALE.
At 10 o'clock next Monday morn
ing, Mr. Lewis J. Levey will hold a
credit sale of tnylor's goods, at his
salesroom. Tho assortment to be
submitted to auction is large and
varied. Diagonals, doeskins, mole
skins, buckskins, plain and printed
linings, and linen and cotton drills
areincluded. These goods are new,
and wero manufactured expressly
for the Hawaiian market. The
terms of credit, which are liberal
and easy, will bo made known nt
Hie commencement of the sae.
Lunch will be served at noon,
At tho Blue llibbou Lcaguo free
nntcitainment, in tho Y. M. C. A.
Hall, this evening, readings will
bo given by J. A. Dower, Miss
Malono and Miss Ella Paris. Miss
Maggie Hopper and Miss May
Atherton will play a duet on tho
piano, Mr. Levi Lyman and Prof.
L. L. Van Slyke will sing solos, and
Mrs. Criizan and Mr. Armstrong
will render tlio "Quaker Court
ship," which thoy werounabletogivo
as announced on last Saturday. Prof.
W. H. Oleson, principal of the Ka
incliamcha Schools, will deliver a
tcii-mimito address. After tho lit
erary nml musical entertainment,
tho ladles of the "W. C. T. U. nnd
the Blue Kihbon League will servo
refreshments, including ice cicam,
and a social hour will be spent. All
The bark El Dorado, foundered
In .1 galo off Capo Flattery on tho
morning of April 1st. Capt. Hum
phreys was killed by being dashed
against the deck house. There wore
only two survivors.
Mis Hatlie Crocker of San
Francisco, is to be married to
Charles Alexander of New York on
tho 20th April. After the wedding,
the happy pair will spend several
weeks on the coast and will nfter
wnrd make a trip to Europe.
The performing Japanese troupe
will give an entertainment to-night.
They certainly deserve a bumper
house to make up for tho slim
gatherings of the past two nights.
The tent is airy and cool, and every
possible comfort is provided for tlio
public. The indefatigable manager,
Mr. W. II. Aldrich is assiduous in
his endeavors to accommodate his
A ROYAL DINNER.
CAPTAIN AND OITICBIIS OK II. SI. 8.
CAitouNT. i:nti:utaini: hy his
His Majesty gave a dinner last
evening in honor of Captain Sir
William Wiseman, Bart, andolllceis
of II. M. S. Caioline. The guests
were as follows: Sir William
Wiseman, Lieutenant Lewis 1).
Sampson, Lieutenant IJ. ff. Powell,
Lieutenant A. B. Grenfell, Staff
Surgeon M. Fitzgerald and Pay
master II. Howell, of II. B. M.'s S.
Caroline. Also Major J. II. Wode
house, II. B. M.'s Commissioner.
Their Excellencies Walter M. Gib
son and Antone I!osa, Thos. II.
Walker, Esq.. II. B. M.'s Acting
Vice-Consul, Majors Samuel Par
ker, A. B. Hayley, W. II. Corn
well, J. D. Holt, "and II. F. Ber
tclmanu. CENT'S PIQUE TIE.
Mr. C. J. Fislicl, of the Leading
Millinery House, at the comer of
Foit and Hotel streets, invites the
attention of gentlemen to his fur
nishing goods. He has everything
in that line new, good, fashionable,
and cheap and tlio slock is largo
enough to clothe every member of
the male gender in Mie city. One
of his specialties is the "pique
tie," which is "neat but not gaudy."
No one need be without a necktie,
considering that Mr. Fislicl is sell
ing them at 75 cents per dozen.
AT CIIAMBKK HKFOItK. 1'HF.STON, J.
Fuiuay, April lfltli.
In admiralty, the bark Kalakaua.
The purchaser, Mr. John F. Bowler,
paid tho prico of the vessel, 3,000,
to tho Marshal, whereupon the
Court ordered the Marshal to exe
cute a deed of purchase to Mr.
Bowler. W. A. Whiting appeared
for tlio purchaser, the Marshal in
Writs of of habeas corpus were
issued on the application of Ah
Mook ami Chok Kui and Kong
Tuck alias All Tuck, returnable at
10 o'clock Saturday morning.
On the application of Dr. Trous
seau that John M. Kapena bo ad
judged n bankrupt, the Marshal was
directed to take possession of Mr.
Roman Cathoi.jo Catiikdiul.
High mufc? at 10 A. m. Vespers at 4 :30
Kaumaicai'ii.i Chuucii. ltev. J.
Walamau, pastor. Sunday school at
0:UOa. m. Preaching at 10-U0 A. si.
Kawaiaiiao Ciiimcn. Ituv. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. m. Pleaching at 11 A. 31. Young
people's inei'ling at 7 :'.I0 i m.
Y. M". C. A. Young Men's Bible
Class in tho parlor at DM5 a. m., con
ducted by the (icneral Secretary. Gos
pel Pialpo Service at G :!10. IMl. Cnuie and
biing a friend.
Giiinksb Chuucii. Fort stn-et, near
corner Itcretaiila. Mr. To Tong lie,
evangelist, ( lihieio Sunday School,
11:30 a. m. Chlucsoaml English Sun
day School, 2::!0 l". m. Preaching 11
A. M. and 7::i0 i. m. Bible clans hi
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, 0::10 v. i.
FOUT-STHKBT CllllltUI!. ItCV. .r. A.
Cruaii, pastor. Meeting for Bible
study at 0:15 a. m. Services at 11 A. m.
and 7::i0i ji. ''Why Hath Cod Done
This?" will bo Pai-tor Crn.an's theme
Sunday morning, ami 'Muzzling the
Mouth," the ilicinu of the evening ser
vice. Br.THi:i. Union Conoukhation.
Bev. K. C, OggPl, pastor. Service at
tho Lyceum, Nuuami avomic, nt 11
a. m. and 7:1)0 i, m. At tho morning
service the subject will be, "Ininioita
llcd Names," Xo. ), and In the own
ing, "Light In tho Dwelling." Sunday
School and Bible class at 0:15 o'clock.
Thcrowlllbo no owning service. All
St. Aniuii'.w's Catiii:uai,. First
Congieg.itlon. Holy Communion, (!::!()
A. Ji. Mottling pra.wr at 0:00 a. m.
Holy Communion with scrniuu al0:"0
A. M. Picacher, tho lllsliop of Hono
lulu. I'.wiiHong with sermon bv tho
Nov. J. M. Silver, at 0 v. m. All seats
are linappropi kited.
Second Cougiog.ilion. Bev. (Jcorgo
Wallace, A. M., pastor. .Morning
Piayer, with sermon, at 11:15 a. m.;
evening piayer, with sermon, at 7:30
l'. Ji. Sunday school meets at 10 A. M.
Seats free lit all services.
mirp WTir TEA
LADIES', MISSE'S, CHILDRINS' AND INFANTS' WEAR,
Which I offer at BEDEOCK PRICES.
S. EHBLICH, S3
THE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP
The first whistle announcing the
approach of tho Oceanic .S. S.
Alameda blew at quarter lo 7 o'clock
this morning. .Shu reports having
sailed from Han Francisco on the 0th
instant at 4. 10 i m. and discharged
pilot at 0:15 !. si. For tho 'first
forty hours, a heavy westerly gale
was experienced, followed by line
weather and moderate trade winds.
Site arrived at 8 o'clock this morn
ing, having made the passage in 0
days, 10 hours, and 7 minutes. She
proceeds to the Colonies at fj o'clock
MISS AMY SHERWIIJ COMING.
Mr. Hugo Goiiitz, Manager for
Miss Amy Shcrwin, came hero by
the Alameda this morning, and will
proceed to Australia by the aame
vessel this evening, there to make
arrangements for the public appear
ance of Miss cjhorwiu in her pro
fessional role, as a vocalist. This
gifted "Plima Donna .Soprano" will
follow by the next steamer, a month
hence. Mr. Gorlitz has made
arrangements for ono conceit at
Honolulu, en route. Should the
steamer remain here during the
evening, the concert will bo given at
the usual hour in tho Opera House ;
but if not, it will conic off at thu
same place, during the day, whilo
the vessel is iu poll. Messrs. .T. E.
Brown & Co. are entrusted with the
business management here, and will
shortly open the box plan of the
Opci a House for the occasion. Miss
Amy Sherwin is a young Australian
Soprano, who has created an ex
tremely favorable impression in
Great Britain and the United States,
tlio press of both countries being
eloquent in her praise, and repre
senting her as an artist of tho
"highest standing." The young
lady vWill be accompanied by a
violinist of distinction.
The Oceanic steamship Alameda,
Captain Moro, arrived at 8 o'clock
this morning, bringing dates to the
9th instant. Tho following is a
summary of the latest news:
.lames G. Blaino is reported to bo
unwell. A private telegram from
Blaine's physician, is as follows:
Blaine is doing well, lie has only a
slight fever. His pulse is good, 80
per minute, and respiration lf.
A telegram from Detroit statps:
It now seems that the prohibitory
amendment ban been defeated by
11,800 votes. Several towns ate yet
to bo heard from, but they will not
materially change- tho result.
Piofcssor V. h. Cnpen of Boston,
who predicted the Charleston eatth
quiiko of last, year and has accurately
foretold other seismic disturbances,
sends the following card lo tho
Jivpuliliam: "1 hasten to give the
next strong earthquake period, April
7th to 17th. Tho critical daya are
from ho 10th to the l.'ltit. Its
forces are rather intense and con
centrated, i. e., grouped closely to
gether, but perhaps not qult'u so
severe as some that havo occurred
within the past years. Kvcr and
truly yours." F. L. Caim:n
The Canadian cruiser Vigilant lias
fired upon an Auiciiean fishing ves
Tho steam whaler Kaglo with a
crow of L'oO men, was lost off Bona
vesta Bay with all hands.
April 7th, Jolin VT. Davis (l)em.)
was elected Governor of Ithqdo Isl
and by !)7il ntajoiity.
The challenge issued bv the Boval
Clyde Club to race the yacht Thistlo
for tho Aineiica cup has been ac
cepted. The Hotel del Monte wns burned
to tho ground on the 1st April.
There wore about 8"i0 guests iu I ho
hotel and such a scunn as was wit
nessed when the alarm was given
will never bo forgotten by thoso
present. It is estimated that.$.'i00,
000 will not cover the loss, as ttte
in5uiani'0 was very small. It Is
estimated that the persotal losses of
guests aggregate 150,000 an aver
age loss of SfiOO to each person.
Proidcnco, 15. 1., April 7th.
Commodore Charles Green, United
Slates Navy, rethod, died suddenly
etasetsxtf.iu.'nui.t.'u k -x.c.ii.'ii:ivn&j.;;3i:ju;ifr
We will sell for ONE WEEK ONLY, -
Heck Towels at 5 cents a piece!
Just received by last steamer
and 65 Fort Street,
this afternoon in this city, aged 73
The Secretary of tho Treasury has
decided that national bank deposit
ories arc not required to redeem
tiade dollars under the recent Act.
A gigantic naphtha fountain burst
at Baku, Russia. Oil, sand and
enormous stones weio carried to a
height of JK5U feet.
Mr. llyne, an English civil engi
neer, has gone lo Cabul, at the re
quest of tlio Ameer, to consult with
him about the construction of a
railway from Cabul to Herat.
The Prussian Home Minister an
nounces that according to a judicial
decision persons who havo acquired
citizenship iu the United States and
have lived live years thero havo lost
their German citizenship and, there
fore, can be expelled from Ger
many. From this there is no appeal.
German citizenship cannot be re
gained by persons who havo lost it
by having become citizens of foreign
The cx-Kmprcss Eugenlo proposes
to make a tour of the United States,
and seek health by a sojourn in
London, April 0. It is no longer
possible to oveilook the fact that iu
the war scare which lias been reviv
ing for days past, foreign corres
pondents have been reporting occur
rences and opinions unimportant
separately, but which taken together
arc creating fresh alarm here. The
explosion of Antoine, the tearing up
of the Imperial flag by Alsatian re
cruits and the imprisonment of
French sympathizers has caused a
Tlio Paris correspondent of the
Stumlnnf telegraphs this morning
that the fear in well-informed quiters
there is, that Bismarck, having made
biire that Hussia can't move for the
piescnt thinks it better for Ger
many to fight now than later.
Attention lias been drawn to this
condition of affairs by the fact that
tho Dcvonport Dock-yard authori
ties received oulcrs that three of the
six fastest ami most powerful tor
pedo cruisers building for tho Gov
ernment, wore to ho got ready for
sea with all dispatch, without wait
ing final trials of their machinery.
It is freely stated iu Dcvonport
that this order lias been given in
consequence of the unsatisfactory
and uncertain aspect of foreign
ff LBS. I'rchli IIoinc-Modo Chow.
.LUvy itg Stick, or uncalled Uir.
Ucis l'o'ix, mid f lsIi, delicious Vanilla
and Cliounliilo (.'renins which I gunran
ttu to lie 1'ir tmpurlor and sold cheaper
than luiy Imported, m P. HORN'S Pion
eer Steiim U.iuily Factory und Bakery
nn I lea Ure.ua l'urlor, etitf
WE HAVE Just received per Aus.
7 V irnlla a uow lot of Aititts' Jl.
teiiil, Ktnny Wnro, Hinckct", Ciililuut
KriiniO'S Ittutlo Pinin-R, etc. And wo
are belter prcp.uid tliin ever lo make
Oornic'.-t ami I'lcturu Finnic, having
tlio largest ipul huht tuluclcd Etoek of
Moulding: in tho Kingdom. Kixa
liit03.' A ist tom:. Ill
QPERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour ia
O ntluicil for s.do by GONSALVKS &
CO., Q.tetn Sired. U
Dit. Flint's IIiiakt Bumedv is a
Specific- for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and aim for Diseases of Kidneys
and Ciu'iiltiaon. Debciiptivo book
with cvoiy bottle. Benton Smith &
Co., A minis 351
'.V II 13
I V .L1.WJ. U MMlMl
Will perform m a TBNT
Behind the Shooting Gallery,
I'll id OntirnrlnTr Ihrrminrr' I
07 Id V. II. Al DKIOII, JUanngcr.
DUKINO .MY AUSliNOIi FBO.M
tlio Kingdom Mr. Z, 1C. Myers will
luvo full thurgo of my IiiikIiic-h.
Honolulu April 11 18S7. " 01 ly
a Complete Assortment of
IMI'OKTint AN1J DUAI.Cll I.N
Custom o SVIade o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Strootr, Honolulu.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ,
(Ming and Gents'
From tho Temple of Fashion at greatly reduced rates, we now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
These goods aro first class lu evefy icspect ami consist of all grades and qul.
Glotlig, Suitable for tiie Bleb ami Poor alike.
In offening them to our customers wo would most rcapectfullv draw their at
tention to the fact that wo aro giving ihcm tho benefit of our cheap bargain und
invito tho public in general to give us a call and examlno these goods beforo pur
chasing clsowhcro. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
la too well known to need especial comment. Oil
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho public that from this day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases the fuiiost satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as tho year
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, as also for select par
tics given by their late Majesties Kamehaincha IV, Kanichamelia V, and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying tho present royal household
with tlio delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
lrar(lcal I'oufuctloncr, I'untry Cook nnd Oriinim-ntci- In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (03 3m) Honolulu, II. I.
lust Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUKDBOHGS;
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FAKINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
Fov Sale at K,osonlle Xxiees.
' 1594 WHOLESALE
ft . .1 llnll
Opposite Irwin & Cos
Campbell's Block. ?m
tho entirj Stock of
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