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MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1887.
Htmr Mlknlintn from Kauai
Stmr 0 H Bishop from Knunl
Stmr Kllaticu lloti from Ilnninlcun
Schr Wutoll fiom Kuan
SchrMllle Morris from Kuolau
Schv Sarah ft Eliza from Koolati
Stmr Etva from Evva
Bktno Geo 0 Perkins, Aukeimnu, 18Jif
days from Snn Francisco
Bktno Knto Fllckingcr from Ban FraiH
Schr Emma from Kaiml
Hehr Mary Fostcr'from ICaunl
Stmr Llkellko for Kahulur aud way-
linili. lit. ft n in.
Stmr Klnau for tho Volcano and WIn(f
ward Ports at -l.p in
Stmr Surprise, for Kuuti
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
ticlir Wnloll for Knnii
Schr Walcnu for Walsdua
Stmr Mlkaliala for Nawlllwlll, Koloa,
EIcclc, Walniea, and Kekalia, at 5
Stmr U It Bhliop for Wnlanae, Knpan,
aud Ilanumuulu at noon
From San Francisco, per bktne Geo
E Perkins, April 17th Edwaid Froese.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Msliop !2,liH) 1mir enjjar
Stmr Mikalinln 2.200 bass engar, 211
head cattle, 754 goat skins, and
Schr Waloli 1,000 bigi sugar
Schr Walelm COO bags sugar, and 200
The Olengebar was 17 days from Ho
nolulu to San Francisco; the Cousuclo
15 days and tho Ella 19 days. The
Kllkitat was 21 days from this port to
Tho Kato Fllckingcr and the Geo C
Perkins left San Francisco'" for this port
on tho 3rd lust; tho Iron Craig on the
Oth, and tho Lady Lampsou on the
10th Inst, one day after the Alameda
Tho Zolla lost several sails off Cape
Flattery while on her way to tho Sound
from this port.
Till E It ltyan has taken the schooner
Sarah & Eliza In hand to make her ho
Hays 18 feet longer.
Tho schooner Ehukal got away for
tho South ca Islands on Saturday lust
with a full cargo of miscellaneous goods.
Tho W II idnioud and Calbaiicu for
San Francisco, and tho Allicltowo for
Hongkong, aro expected to get away
on Wednesday next.
The bktno Fllckingcr, Young master,
arrived this morning, 15 days liom San
Francisco. She Is Consigned to Davlcs
VESSELS IN PORT.
13k Culbaricn, Perkins
Bk Kulakaua, Armstiong
Brig Allle Howe, Phillips
Bktno Morning Star. Tumor
Bktno J A Falkcnbuig. F YV Cllngcr
Bktuc Discovery, Leo
Bktno W II Uimond, Swift
Bktno Geo C Perkins, Ackeiman
Bktno Kato Fllckingcr, Young
Am bark Timour, Brewer, nailed
from Boston Dec 17, duo May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
duo May 1-20
Haw schr General Flcgel, Flinders,
from French Frlgato Shoals, duo Nov
Am bktno Makah, from Newcastle, N
S W, duo February 25-28
Urit bk ScottHi L-isMc, W Slntrcr,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
Am bktno Hattie S Bangs, Tcrrlll,
from Hongkong, due April 10-30
Haw schr .leunlo "Walker, B Ander
son, from Faunliig'.s Island, litre March
Am wh bk Ohio, from New Bedford,
duo March 20-30
Am bk Julia Foard, Bcrgam, from
San Fram-lsco, due at Ililo, Hawaii,
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from Now
York March 20, duo September 5-30
At Honolulu, April 17, at his resi
dence, School street, Da lei McGregor,
aged about SOytais, a native of Leiiu,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. Justico Preston presides at tho
Supremo Court . in Cliambors this
Thk Supremo Court will not sit in
Banco again until Monday next, 25th
" Mn. Aaron Hart, father of Mrs..
'Xowis J. Levey, died in London on
(Uio 7th of March, aged 80 ycars.
In conBiicjuonco of tho Band boing
engoged to play ilt the Opera Houso
this evening, thcro will bo no concert
in Emma Square.
The Hawrtiia n Jockey Club cautions
pcoplo against trespassing on tho
raco track nml ilnninging Uio pro
perty nt Kapiolani Park.
The cricket match on Saturday,
bctwoon i team from tlio Carolina
and iv local team,' was won by tho
formor, by 81 runs, majority.
An oldcrly whito man fell down in
a fit on King sheet, this morning.
Ho recovered in about ten minutes,
and went on hia way as though
nothing had happened.
The Government "Gactto" an
nounces that- Colonel Ituikcn has
been appointed Envoy Kxtraoidinary
and Ministor Plenipotentiary near
tho Court of St. .Ionics.
r The pilot boat which was stove in
by tho tug off thu luubor, not long
ago, and afterwards sold to J. A.
Dowor for about $80, was sold again
Saturday for about $120.
A oHANcn for a first class tailor by,
applying to "II," Bulletin Olilco.
A HAiiK steeling West was seen off
Wiiimcn last Thuisday.
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Tun Japanese giivo their ilnal poi
formanco to a fair houso Saturday
Tim annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Jockey Club will bo held nest
E. P. Adams & Co. will sell to-morrow
nt 12 noon, Ave shares of Mutual
Mn. Lcvoy's credit salo will be con
tinued to-monovv at 10 a. m. and at
noon 100 Hales choice California
Tiik Qitintctto Club concert at tho
Hawaiian Hotel, Saturday night, was
enjoyed by the guests of tho Hotel
and inany eitizons.
Tin: electric light in tho Hawaiian
Hotel billiard room behaved very,
badly Saturday night, to tho great
annoyanco of billiardists.
Tun steamer Mlkaliala made Koloa
her point of departure for Honolulu
this trip. She could not go to Na
wiliwili on account of rough' weather.
At noon to-morrow, Mr. Lewis J.
Levey will offer at auction, at his
salesioom, 100 bales of choice Cali
fornia hap, just landed and in good
Two deer from lion. C. It. Bishop's
ranch, Molokai, camn hero Saturday,
and wem placed in tho market, and
a few lucky persons had a deer din
Four of the new hydiantH are
being placed on the Punchbowl line
of pipes, and when that section is
supplied, Emma Blicet will leceivo
five of the hydrants.
Messrs. E. P. Adams fc Co. an
nounco in this cve.ning's issuo of con
tinuation of their cicdit sale a cloths,
etc., at 10 o'clock to-morrow. A
lunch will bo served at noon.
On account of thu mills on Kauai
having suspended grinding on Good
Friday and Easter Monday, sugar
was not so plentiful last week as it
would have othciwiso been.
lr tho broken lamp-post at the
cornor of Beictania and Alapai
streets wo,s replaced by a good one,
and. tho Portuguese in that vicinity
pievcnted from throwing rubbish in
tho street, i-onic pcoplo would bo
Messrs. Sorcnson, Piereo and Ful
ler held a survoy of tho Missionary
vessel, Morning Star, the other day.
Rotten wood was found in sovcinl
places, especially about tho stern,
and tho estimated cost of repairs was
not a small one. Tho survoyois
carefully drew up a report of their
Cait.in Swift, of thu barkentino
W. II. Dimond, is incapacitated for
attending to his duties thiough sick
ness. Ho is at present occupying a
room at Mr. Turner's houso on Alakca
streot. It is doubtful whether ho will
bo ablo to pioceed to San Francisco
this voyage, as tho Dimond has
nearly completed her loading. Tho
present chief officer will probably
tako chargo pro. torn.
SUPREME COURT-IN EQUITY.
Kaohc and Kainoahm vs. Kealena
and R. R. Hind. An injunction was
this day issued, to enjoin Kcalcna
from selling, mortgaging or other
wise disposing of any of Ida real or
personal property under penalty of
being adjudged guilt' of contempt
Court, until further order of Court.
Judge Kala, of Lihue, rendered
his decision on Wednesday, the 1.1th,
to tho effect that Constable Uenito
must pay 820 damages for striking,
in self-defens.e, n drunken native,
whom ho was taking to tbo lock-up
on Sunday, April 3. Benito will
most likely take the case to a higher
YOUNG'S AUTOMATIC CLEANER.
According to tho Planters'
Monthly, Mr. Young's automatic
cleaner, which has been put into
the vacuum pan nt Wuinkea Mill, is
a complete success, Tho sugar
turned out is finer- than any which
has yet boon produced on that plan
tation. Tho cleaner is not a mere
theory ; it has been tested, and not
found wanting by practical experi
ence. THE SUGAR MARKET.
On tho 8th instant, the California
Refinery reduced its prices on all
refined sugars, except yellows, j.
Tho latest quotations for raws is as
follows: Now York, Cuba Centri
fugals, 90 per cent test, 5 3-10 cents j
San Fninoisco, Manila, 91 per cent
test, 4.19 cents; London, Gorman
Beet, 88 per cent test, lis. -Ud.,
an ndvunco of -1Ad. since tho quota
tions of 20fi March,
Through tlje courtesy of the Sec
retary of the Board of Health wo
aro enabled to state that tho district
physician of Laliaina reports no fresh
outbreak of smallpox. Tic quaran
tine is still strictly enforced, and
will be continued as long as is
A supply of fresh vaccine virus
will be received by tlie Board of
Health by tlio S. ,S. Australia, duo
May )lrd. Tho doctor of tho Ala
meda kindly furnished tho Hoard
with thirty poibts, suflloicut for
In a case in tho Supreme Court
to-day two attornoyy, of tlio same
firm, nppcajed on opposite sides
Mr. W. O. Smiih for plaintiff, and
Mr. Kinney for defendant.
McETiiiQ OF THE JGCKEY CLUB.
The Hawaiian Jockey Club held
n meeting nt tlio Hawaiian Hotel
Saturday evening, lilght new mem
bers we're elected. Air. W. G. Irwin
was elected Tioasurcr, in placo of
Mr. C. Brown, resigned. Now by
laws, rules and regulations were
proposed, to be acted upon at tbo
annual meeting, next Monday even
ing. Tho Club has decided to
move the judges' stand to near its
old place, opposite tho Grand stand.
THE MINISTER" OF TUeTnTERIOR
A summons was this day issued
by tho Supremo Court against tlio
Minister of the Interior, enjoining
him to appear befoio the lion. K.
Preston at Chambers on Thursday
next 21st at 10 a. m., to show cause
why an injunction should not issue,
restraining him from disposing of
certain Government lands as adver
tised ill the Kuknla Pill Auptini.
Tho target shooting contest be
tween u team from II. U. M. S.
Caroline and a team fiom the Ha
waiian Rifle Association, will begin
at 10 o'clock to-morrow, at the II.
R. A. range, King street. The dis
tances will be 200, 100 and fiOO
yauls, with 10 lounds at each range.
Two sighting shots will lie allowed
eacii maiksman at each of tho -J00
and fiOO-yards ranges. The military
arms will bo used. The following
is the picked team of thu II. R. A. :
Dr. Ihodie, W. linger, K. Hingley,
C. II. Wilson, V. Iliguins, and C.
Nleolb W. King is on tho list us a
TO-DAY'S CREDIT SALES.
Tho regular auction purchasers
wero about equally divided this
morning betwixt tho two auction
salesiootns. Mr. Morgan, of the
old established (Inn of E. P. Adams
& Co., declared there never weie
such cheap bargains offered before,
while Mr! Levey said his lots were
the best and would be sold cheaper
than any in tho market. The prices
obtained nt both sales Were said to
be satisfactoiy. The attendance
was slightly increased towards noon.
Cold beer, hot coffee and ham sand
wiches, possess an attraction equally
as strong as long cloths and West
of England suit pieces. liven a
Chinaman appreciates beer, when
thrown in gratis with tin ce months'
Ada Florence Rawlins, an auburn
hair, cuily-hcad little girl, as bright
as a button and as pretty as a
cherub, was four years old on Satur
day, the lGth instant, and celebrated
the anniversary on the Sunday fol
lowing (3'csterday), by a quiet little
feast, at her home, the residence of
her parents, Leleo. As the invita
tions were issued by proxy, and the
poxy consisted of the littlo girl's
father and mdthcr, seniors were not
.omitted, and the honored few were
certainly pleased and delighted to
be there. May the littlo cherub
live to sec and enjo' many birthday
anniversaries, and each one bring
PRESENTED TO THE II. L. & R. R. BY
A. J. CARlWaiCHT, JR.
Tho Works of lidgar Allen Poe,
1 volume, London, 1872; Hand
Uook of Social Economy, or
Workers' A 11 C, Edmund About,
1 volume, Now York, 1873; Social
L'ifo of tlui Chinese, Rov. Justus
Doolittlo, 2 volumes, New York,
1805; China and the Chinese, Iicv.
John Nevius, 1 volume, New York,
1809; Tho Poetical Works of Mrs.
Hermans, W. M'. ItossittorV New
York, 1881 ; The Odyssey of Homer,
Alex. Pope, New York, 1881; The
Poetical Works of II. W. Long
fellow, London, 1870; The Poetical
Works of Sir Walter Scott, New
York ; Tho Poetical Works of John
Milton, New Yoik; The Poetical
Woiks of Alfied Tennyson, New
York ; The Poetical Works of Jean
Ingelow, New- Yoik: Tho Poetical
Works of Lord Hymn, New York;
Tho Poetical Works of Thos. Mooie,
New York; The Poems of Ossian,
Jumes Macphoisou, New York.
DEATH FROM TYPHOID FEVER.
Daniel McGregor died yesterday
morning at his residence on School
street. Dan, as ho was'invariably
called, was well-known around the
wharves, and was a favoiito both
amongst his employers and his asso
ciates. Tho circumstances imme
diately preceding his untimely death
aro tho cause of much sympathy.
lie was lecently convicted of "as
sault and battery" on a native
sailor, whilst at Punahtu, and sen
tenced to twenty days' imprison
ment. IIo ayas released on tlio 27th
of March, and left Ualiti Jail, n very
sick man. Not feeling able to walk
home, he took a hack after emerg
ing froni tlio jail door, and rode to
his residence, where ho took to his
bed and, with tiiu exception of coin
ing down town onco or twice, re
mained there until his death. The
cause of his death was said to bo
typhoid fover, contracted whilst in
jail. He leave's a widow to iiiouin
Ids loss. The funeral took placo
yesterday afternoon and vnis at
tended by a largo circle of ft lends
of tho deceased. Tho seryico was
Hi wWTDT "P
: Pi m f ifii
Bulk, .A'-.:, Jl-,VJX, J, . rkkitlbiZl
We will sell lor ONE WEEK ONLY,
Mm fife Hook Towels at 5 cents a piece !
IJJCBJi:3E51V3ES BAKG-AINS ITV TUJEMvlSIl TOWELS !
LADIES', MISSE'S, CHILDRENS' AND INFANTS' WEAR,
"Which 1 offer at BEDROCK PltlCES.
conducted by the Uev. Alex. Mac
kintosh, assisted by the Itov. J. H.
Dr. AValters is visiting friends in
Honolulu, and hischcciiul counten
ance is missed around Lihue.
Col. Chas. J udil is i-nliying his !
visit to Kauai vety much.
The Hoard of Education will erect
a houie for Mr. White, of Kupaa,
as his former lesiduucc was in an
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner, the
newly married couple, came down
on the Mlkaliala this week, and re
paired at once to their homo in
Koloa, whcic they weie most cor
dially welcomed. ,
The young lady and gentlemen
pupils of Puliation are making the
most of their vacation. Kvery spot
of interest is visited bj- several or
all of the collegiates. Hiding, driv
ing, and boating parlies have been
tendered them, and each ono has
entered upon cveiy pleasuru with
the zest that belongs to budding
manhood and womanhood. Mis.
Dole, of Kapaa, invited them to a
boat sail on the Wailua river, and
Mrs. Uico gave a luait for their
pleasure. It was a pielty 'sight, in
the shady gulden attached to the
Hico residence, to see the bevy of
young girls, and the young men in
attendance A eonsiiteiablc portion
of the evening's entertainment was
due to the efforts of Mr. Frank
Damon, who exhibited many fine
magic-lantern views. To-day's
steamer takes from our Island these
students, to bear them away to the
elassiu shades of Oahu College.
They will bo missed on Kauai the
Misses Dole, Vnteihouc, Widdi
ficld, and Cornvvell and we bid
them Aloha uui.
Mr. Frank Damon came to Lihue
last Wednesday, to resume his labors
among the Chinese. lie brought a
magic-lantern with him, in order to
exhibit religious scenes to lliem, in
connection with his lectures, which
will undoubtedly make a deeper im
pression than the vvoids alone would.
Tho lirut meeting for tho Chinese
was held on Thursday ovening, and
was well attended. On Friday, a
meeting was held in Kapaa. Next
week there will bo a lectuio for the
instruction of tho Japanese. About
a year ago Mr. Damon called the
first meeting of these people in
Lihue, and Mr. Fukushima acted
as intcrpicter. '.Since then tlio latter
gentleman has done much good work
among his countrymen, and their
spiritual welfare has not been
neglected. Mr. Damon will pioba
bly remain on Kauai three weeks
Kauai, April lltli.
IN TIIH UR1TIS1I MOUSE OF
A telegram dated London, April
oth, says: Those who witnessed it
aro not likely to forget the hceno at
Westminister in the small hours of
Satun'uy inorninu, (April L'nd.)
Some Tune pievioiisly to the first
division Mr. Gladstone was observ
ed to be indulging in gesticulations
which were nppaienlly incompre
hensible. The wild vvar whoop of
the Irish. members, tlio threatening
words and gesture of Dr. Tanner in
front of tlio Treasury bonch, tlio
lleice yells of privilege, tho npf-ett-ing
of poor Sir Charles, and his res
cue by Mr. Akers-Douglass and Mr.
Wall ond, who placed him bieathless
in ono of the doorkeepers' chair.3
were all memorable sights in their
way, but uouu of them will live so
long in liistoiy as thu manner in
which Mr. Gladstone reached out
his hands, as If inviting divino inter
vention, when tho Speaker decided
to put the clotuic, and raising his
eyes to heaven, matched out or thu
House precisely in the same manner
as Mr. Pecksniff shook the dust off
his feet when ho quitted in pious
wrath lite abode of tlio Chuz.lewits.
Tho oecnnd reidiug of the Irish
Ciimes Act Amendment bill vva3
formally moved in the House of
Commons this afternoon by Ilalfour,
Chief Secretary for Ireland. "Sir
Hcrnard Saiiiiiclsnn, thoGlaiMnnian
member, fiom liaiubiiry division of
Oxfordshire, moved an amendment
to the bill to the iffect that "the bill
would, if passed, increaso disorder
Just received by last slenmcr
and 65 Fort Street,
in Ireland, endanger the Union and
the Empire, and therefore should bo
The Commons Is practically tak
ing a week's holiday, so many 'mem
bers arc pairing. "'J'lio Government
insists that the debate on the Irish
criminal lav." amendment shall pro
ceed, but will postpone tlio division
on tho bill till April l'.ith.
A Lahore paper announces that
the Ameer of Afghanistan is serious
ly alarmed at tho discovery tli.it a
number of native tribes arc combin
ing against him, and has appealed
to tho Indian authorities for help
and advice. 'J'lic dissatisfied Afghans
assert that the country has been
secrcth sold to tlio British, and that
the railway to Canadahar has been
sanctioned by the Ameer to facilitate
ttieir advance. The fanatical ele
ment of the people is rampant
against the Ameer, who has removed
Ins tieasuies to Fyaabad, a town of
India on tiio Goggra river, whitlier
lie will retiio himsilf if lie is defeat
ed by his dissatislied subjects. Other
accounts say the Glillzeas arc rest
less under the Ameer's tyranny, and
have asked the Indian authorities to
1C( LBS. licsh Home-Mode Chew.
JLU'V i g Mii-kf, or ho-nilled 11 ir
luis To'" .mid f uh, delicious Vanilla
anil Choc ilsitu Creams which I gunr.in
tio to bu flrMiporlor and told cheaper
thin any imported, nt P. HORN'S Pion
eer Slu on Candy Factory and Bakery
imJ Ice Urcam Parlor. 85tf
WE HAVE Juft received per Aus.
truli.iii new lot of Attlsts' 3I
teild', 13' nny Wnre, Hin ket, Cillnct
Kriiiiii!ii, Itiiitic Fiiuui's', etc. And we
ru hotter iiicpiiiid than ever to make
Cornices itnl Picture Frame, having
the linger and bjt fi looted stock of
Mouliliiit's In tho Kingdom. Kixii
linos.' via- fc-ror.i:. ;u
S PERRY'S No. 1 Pnmilv Flour is
cilleu-il for sale bjr UOKSALVKS &
CO., (Jiieen Street. (11
I)i(. Flint's IIkaht JSujimiY is a
Specific for all foims. of Heart Dis-eas-o
and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and ('irrulti.ion. Descriptive book
with ovtiy bottle. Pouson Smith &
Co., AuenU 8fi4
Tho I ntnr-Island Steam
NT!ivJ.jnioii Co., Limited,
Keep uonstantly on lnml for salo
Sieam Tamily and B ad: mith O.a
ami a general assortment of
"fVTRS. K. M. OLIPHANT,
-'- , l-anlloH' Nui'Ho,
Ibis removed loX .11 Wclllngion 1'laee,
Selioel Nicet, tlio n-ldercu of Mr. A.
Cock hum, oppodti O. A fon i;, Eni.
FoiSnlo or Lease.
TIIOSK PRKMISBB situated on
1'u-ialiMi Street called "Kiinonilo.
Ma," the property of O. II. Judel, aro for
(ale or for lei; for a term ot ypnr?.
Per piillciilnrs Inquire of
A1.13X. .1. OAimVMGHT.
Honolulu IW. m. WO. if 09
Cluis. T. GuliCk Notary Public
Itcffi'ln Rprr lied, Alstrnct of Title
Pi rn .' ed, rnd Conveyances
Draw i on short notice,
Collodion Agency. Mn. JOHN GOOD,
Jit., Auih"rl.ed Collector.
Employment Ajjcncy. In. P. MARCOS,
ficncrtil Business Agency. No. '.IS Mer
Hell Telejiliono .'I IN. i; . IIov 415.
A LADY DKSJIUJS A SITUATION
of tt int. 'I lmiotiidily dnmcBll.
e'atod. K. .M . (lenoinl Post Olllce.
TO LIST. U'oi Sale at 3E.ca.Hoiiu.lle I rices. jjl
A KICK VUIINIHIIRU MONT ,rl0. ufusti cqai e .inn .-?--, n 4ll
ioo!niitNo,4UimiciiLjne.ioiiw i" WHOLESALE AND RETAIL; "mm
Mpmami -t, mi vtf at
1 JHUIN 1
a Complete Assortment oC
lMrommt asd nn.r.i:n in
Custom o. Ma.de o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streat?, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND
(Ming and Gits' 'Fiimiii M
From the Temple of Fashion at greatly reduced into, wc mw offer them to o'lr
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
These good9 aro first class In every respect and confUt of all grades and quil.
GloiliiDE, Suitable for liic Bid aid Poor ale.
In offcrilnrj them to our customers wc would most respectfully draw their at
tention to the fact that we aro giving them the b ineflt of our ehca'p bargain and
invito tho public hi general to give us a cull and examine lliCBO goods leloro pur
chasing clsuwheic. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is too well known to need cccial comment. 59
Tho Undersigned, F. IIOKN, Proprietor of tlio
Pioneer Steam Gaudy Factory, Oakery
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 fullest satisfaction, as given in formor
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as tho year
in Honolulu, having catered on nil slato liPcasons, as also for select par
ties given by their Into Majesties Kamoliaineha IV, Kiiuieliaincha V, and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying the present royal household
with the delicacies produced in nry establishment; having over forty years'
practical experience in this lino of business.
- F. HOFS,
rriictlt-al Coiirecilounr, 1'nsliy Cootc nml Ornnniriitrr hi Ilonotntn.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. , (05 3m) Honolulu, H. I
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Compiibiug tho well-known brands of
COLGATE Ss CO., LUNDBOHGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOIIA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FAKLNA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o. ,
- i m
Opposite Irwin & Cos '
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Egan & So.'s
the entire Stock of