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TUESDAY, AfttlL 10, 1887.
IJjrtnc AV Q Irwin from San Francisco
Hdir Molwuhliia from lltuniiliusi
Sclu Wnllelo from Ktnui
atmi-W (J Hull from Ilnwnll nnd Maul
Sclir Will oil for Kitau
Schr Wnlchu for Walnluii
Stinr Mtknhul.i for Nuwllhvlll, Koloa,
Elccic, Wiilmon, uml Kcknlu, ut 5
Stmr 0 11 ISIMiop for Wnhinnc, Knpnn,
nud Iluniiiniiulu ut noon
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0HR0W.
Bilg Alllu ltowc for Hongkong
Bk Calbarlcn for Sun Vruiiclseo
For Muul nml Hnwnll mid for tho
Volcano, per steamer Kliiuti, April 18th
O F llodwoll, K S llonlcii, E 1 Bor
den, Hon .T W Kiilna, T K Koywortli,
O B Wells, .T L Blalsdell nnd wife, Mrs
Flnnopol, 0 B Jlnkco nnd wife, W Ter
rlll, .1 Cornell, V H W ltos, O R Emnt
nud son, Mrs Anna X Kekou nnd 2 &.er
rants, and aliont GO deck.
For Maul, per Meiinier I.lkcllkc,
April 18th Mis A Harbor nnd 2 ehlld
ren, MUs Copp. Mrs 0 Copp mid child.
311m Bachacl MeSlmne. Mrs A 1 Jones,
Mrs P M llooncy and 2 children. J 1)
aiarlin, Mrs Tlios Ciininbell, Brother
Francis, II Morrison, Miss A llughew,
Major W II Cormvcll, and about 20
From San Francisco, per bgtno W G
Irwin. April lOili hs 11 F Chandler,
Mm L 1 Howard, M S Abrnm, F S
Jtouinngc, E F Wright, Mrs 11 11 Xc3,
Mr Hark and V Fcnncll.
From Maul and Hawaii, per W G
Hull, April lllth D Foster, II X Grccn
vvcll, W II Ciiniinlngy, Ml-feCfl I.une (2).
O Crockett, O McDongal, G Gray, ltuv
8 II Davis, Mrs K Halstcad, Master
Armstrong, Mrs Sheldon, and 15 deck.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
fitmr W G Hall 070 hags sugar, 27 bags
nwa, 30 bags coffee
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk .Tulle, Clavcy
Bk Caihaiicn, l'crklns
Bk Kalakatm, Armstrong
Brig Alllo ltowc, Phillips
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Bktuo J A Fnlkcnburg. F W Cllnger
Bktno Discovery, Lee
Bktno W II Dimond, Swift
Bktne Geo O l'ciklns, Ackcrninn
Bktne Knto Flicklngcr, Young
Bgtno W G Irwin, McL'ullocU
Am bark Tlniour, Uicwcr. sailed
from Boston Dec 17, duo May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
duo May 1-20
Haw sclir General Slegel, Sanders,
from French Frigate Shoals, duo Xov
Am bktno Makah, from Xewcastlo, X
S W, duo February 2.'.-2B
Brit bk Scottish Lassie, W Slnccr,
sailed from Liverpool .fan 10 duo May
Am bktno Hattio S Bangs. Tenill,
from Hongkong, due April 10-30
' Haw sclir Jennie Walker, B Ander
son, from Fanniug'H Island, duo March
Am vh bk Ohio, from Xew Bedford,
duo March 20-30
Am bk Julia Foard, Bcrgnui, from
Sau Francisco, due at Hllo, Hawaii,
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from Xew
York March 20, duo September 0-30
Am bk C O Whlttnoro, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, duo May 20-30
Am bktne John Worstcr, from Xnnn
irno, B O, duo May 20-30
Am bk Hope, D W B Penhallow, from
Port Townsend, dm; May 1-10
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tub Government schools ro-opon
on Monday next.
Mkssrs. F. A. Schaefer & Co ndver
tiso IXL Santa Cruz linio for snlo.
Two druuks and ono wise of as
sault nnd lottery comprised all tho
criminal business in tho 1'fllico Court
Hon. John W. Kaluii has been ap
pointed School Agent for the district
of Wniluku, Maui, in placo of Mr. A.
Tun remains of tho police captain,
W. Aknu, wero buried from tlio
Roman Catholic Cathedral, yesterday
afternoon, Father Loonoro olHciuting.
His Majesty accompanied by Prin
cess Pooniaikelani, occupied tho
Royal box at tlio thcatro last night,
and tho box opposite was occupied
by tho Hon. W. G. nnd Mrs. Irwin
.I i i '-
To-Moituow niglit a ball will bo
given nt tlio Pnlaco, when Captain
Hir William Wiseman and officers of
tho Carolino will bo tho special guests
of the King.
Mk. G. E. Smithies has been ap
pointed un ngpnt to grant marriage
licence) for the district of Konn,
Orihu, during tlio absence of Mr. J.
It is stated that tlio King is about
to have manufactured, by n local
mechanic, a complete set of concrete
furniture. This will bo a novelty for
Tiik special volcano excursion trip
of the S. S. Kinau, did not nttnot
many passengers yesterday, only
ihrco embarking for tlio purpura of
witnessing Hawaii's groat wonder.
Tin: grots receipts of last night's
pcrforninnco wero $350. Of this
amount there will bo n goodly sum
1o hand over to tho British Benevo
lent' Society, ns tho expenses were
Tin; "Hawaiian Government Ga
zette" notifies that Urn tying out or
turning loose of horses .or cattlo with
in tho enclosed" grounds of coy it
houses or oilier public buildings"
throughout the kingdom is strictly
prohibited, nnd all parties diboboying
,tho order are litiblo to prosecution.
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A oriNTixsiAN of good address is
Bought for by Mr. J. 11. Sopor.
Miss Tuck has removed to tho old
Humphrey Houu, Xo. o Garden
The credit nuction pales again
drew together ee-vernl purchasers
Mis. Hewitt has for sale, at $1.25
apiece, maps of the island of Muui,
by Messrs. Rowoll and Webster, eiil
and mechanical engineers.
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Dividend notices are announced
by the Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company, nnd nlsc by K. O.
Hall it Son, Limited.
At ten minutes past tl o'clock tho
II. 11. Association was fifty points
ahead in the shooting contest with
tho Caroline's team.
The schooner Moi Wuhine, nfter
breaking two five-inch lines during
rough weather at Kolmlalelo, got un
der way for Honolulu, and arrived
hero this morning.
, Tiik barkentine W. H. Dimond will
sail for San Francisco on Thursday
next, nt noon, in command of the
chief officer. Captain Swift will pro
bably remain hero until the return
of the Dimond.
Tun steamer W. G. Hull, which
arrived this afternoon, reports fear
fully rough weather; no fresh cases
of small pox at Lalminn; did not see
the over-duu steamer Mokolii; the
Volcano is sending out dense volumes
Mil. 1). B. Smith says that tlio bad
action of tho electric, light in tho Hn
wniinu Hotel billiard loom the other
niglit was cuiibcd by tho engine not
being adapted to, or powerful enough
for tho purpose. Mr. Smith further
said that because ho has leceivcd the
contract to light tho city, somo people
- Tiik Kaimiloa is expected to bo
ready for sea in about two weeks.
A largo forco of men is pushing the
work with all possible liastc. The
sails aio being bentand tho bridge
is approaching completion. Tlio
school boys havo ulicndy mastered
tho knack of fulling sails.
Tun Acliooncr Moiwaliinc, which
arrived this morning fon) Hamakun,
brings news of ono of tho steamer
Iivaluni's boa to capsizing at Hono
knn, and so injuring ono of tlio
sailors that tho steamer immediately
headed for Maliukona for medical
TiiKitr. was an usual influx of 11a
waiiaus yi sturdily into tlio city from
tho country districts, particularly
from the Kwa direction. Tho Pnlifma
road, for several hours in the morn
ing, beginning beforo 0 o'clock, looked
nioro liko Saturday than Monday.
Probably the firo anniversary lunus
had something to do with it.
ANGLICAN DIOCESAN SYNOD.
The Diocesan Synod of the Angli
can Church on these Islands opened
tliis morning at linlf-p.ist G o'clock
by a celebration of the Holy Com
munion. The Synod will assemble
for evensong at tho Cathedral at 8
p. m. The Roll will ho called and
the Bishop will deliver his address.
The Synod will then adjourn to the
HIS MAJESTY ACAIN VISITS H. B. M. S.
His Majesty was entertained at
breakfast on board II. IJ. M. S.
Carolino yesterday, by Sir William
Wiseman. His Majesty was at
tended by His Excellency Antone
Rosa, Majors Parker, Ilayley, Corn
well and Bertelman. There was gun
practice, and also a torpedo exhibi
tion in honor of tho royal guest.
On leaving the vessel in tho after
noon, a royal saluto was fired.
DISTILLING IN KOHALA.
From information supplied by tho
Marshal, it is a pleasure to note
that tin-, distilling operations, carried
on for so long a period in the Kohuln
district, have at length been wiped
out of existence Tlio last of the
gang was caught last week, commit
ted, and sent down to Honolulu" to
serve the sentence passed upon him.
The foreign inhabitants feci thank
ful to the indefatigable efforts of
Sheriff Moanauli, formerly deputy
Sheriff in the district of Ililo, during
the period that tho Hon. J. L. Kau
lukou was Sheriff.
Mr. Thomas Rewcastle, residing
on Kinau- street, between Alapai
and Kapiolani streets, had the mis
fortune, , last night, to loso two
dozen ducks. Tho "quacks" did
not stray off, nor die of disease j
but were captured and carried
away, dicing the hours of dark
ness, by some unknown thief or
thieves. This is the first loss of the
kind sustained by this gentleman,
nlthough ho reports that many of
his neighbors have had similar ex
perience before him; in fact, that
stealing of ducks and chickens is a
common occurrence in that neigh
borhood. Mr. Rcwcastlo would
cheerfully givo tho value of his lost
ducks, for positive information as
to who committed tho tluHt whether
llnwaiiar.s, Americans, Knroponns,
Western Islanders, Chinese, or who.
It is a shanio that people' cannot go
Jo tlio expense nnd bother of rais
ing ducks and chickens, without the
risjc of haying them htolen just
when they have reached maturity.
The polico, too, .might bo more
awake and watchful than thoy are,
Tiin iinlTiaiir.its iikniu'ittrd youth
AND HKAUTY TO TIIK HIONT.
A happy thought recently struck
the cominlttco that manages the
financial affairs of tho British
Benevolent Societj', a society, as
stated in theso columns yesterday,
whoso object is, "to help tho neatly
and relievo the distressed." With
the view of increasing their funds,
a modest call was mado upon a few
lady nnd gentleman amateurs who
arc well known as cspcrt delineators
in the liistrionio art. Tlio call was
willingly and promptly responded
to, and resulted in there being
placed on tho boards of the Opera
House, scenic representations of u
high order, and drawing within tlio
walls of tho building, nJnrgo,
fashionable and iipurceiatlvc audi
ence. In other words tho hotiso was
well filled last night long before tho
Tlio programme comprised live
Tableaux vimints, followed by
Bayle Bernard's screaming fnicc,
entitled, "On Ilis Last Legs."
Tableaux in Honolulu are a rarity
and the anxious audience was, be
fore tite uprising of the curtain,
somewhat in doubt as to their suc
cess. This feeling, however, was
promptly and forever dispelled
when the first of tho series, en
titled "The School of the Vestals"
was presented to view. A thrill of
admiration was apparent on all
sides. The Venus-like forms, clad
in comely costumes, electricd the
onlookers. As the rcil fire slowly
burned in tho midst of fifteen or
twenty of Xatuic's angelic forms,
whilst dulcet strains of music per
meated tlio nir, tho scene was sub
lime. Applause arose spontaneously
as the curtain commenced to fall,
and so continued until ono more
view of perfect female beauty was
again presented. Tableaux No. 2
presented a historical picturo witli
which most thcatro going people are
very familiar. King Lear reclining
on a couch, with his physician at
liis head, his heart-broken spouso at
his side, and his spiritual adviser
and attendant in tho background,
recalled to mind the dread tact that
even royalty must, in duo course,
pay the penalty of death. The
scene was JJole-Ud in tho extreme.
No. 3, "The Mugio Mirror," repre
sented tho fastidiousness of man.
The magician with his mngic wand
in liis hand, stands by the mirror,
awaiting opportunities to allure the
passers-by. A handsome courtier
happens along, and calls into requi
sition the mngio powers of super
natural necromancy. Female forms
divine nrc called forth at will,
amongst which is-thc simple maiden
unadorned, the .Spanish peasant of
true Caslilian type, the subtle Japa
nese and many others equally fasci
nating. To ono and all, the courtier
shook liis ahcad, until at length, a
most beautiful specimen of the
Circassian type, captivated him at
sight. Next came, "The Gipsies'
Encampment," a fnmiliar scene in
the country lanes and around tho
harvest fields of Old England. A
scene of this nature could not havo
been exhibited to better advantage.
Tho simplicity and the unconven
tionalily of this nomadic race car
ried ninny n memory back to the
days of youthful rambles. It elicited
loud applause which was responded
to with a repeat. The final scene,
"The Sculptor's Studio' was so
realistic as to impress the spectator
with an idea that ho had in view,
genuine works of art, and not Tab
leaux Vivants. Tlio captivated
"Young Man from tho Country,"
intently eyeing a lightly clad Venus
through his glasses, while his jealous
and selfish spouso tugged at his coat
tail, conveyed the idea that he had
lost his heart on a stntuo. Tho cur
tain. fell and rose again in response
to a most vociferous round of np
plause. So charming and captivat
ing were the scenes throughout that
repents were demanded and accord
ed for every" representation.
To the Indies in whoso feitilo
minds those several ideas originated,
too much praise cannot bo awarded,
and they are to bu congratulated in
having accomplished a grand signal
"ON HIS LAST LEGS."
This celebrated farce brought
forth some of our veteran amateurs.
Tho word "veteran" is used ad
visedly, the part of O'Cnllaghan
having been played by Mr. Godfrey
Brown 911 tho New York stage,
thirty years ago. Uo lias certainly
lost nono of his youthful sprightli
ness during that lengthy period, but
no doubt added tbcreto hy his in
creased experience of men and char
acter. On making his appoarnncc,
Mr. Brown though apparently on
"his last legs" as far as dress and
demeanor wero concerned, received
an overwhelming ovation. His long
absence from the Thespian Boards
of Honolulu, has in no way lessened
his ability as a delineator of the sub
linio and ridiculous. As O'Callng
iian ho appeared on the stago In a
suit of shiny black that boio indi
cations pf having been better days.
Ho was alive to tlio oittiatioii, how
ever, and was prepared to accept
tho role of schoolmaster, physician,
or paterfamilias. It was in tho
former line that ho first saw an
opening to ttmi nu honest penny
and obtain a decent dinnert a
luxury to which ho had long been
Rlianger. Meeting with Dr. Banks,
(Mr. A. T. Atkinfcon), he concluded
an engagement, nnd by way of nn
earnest of his ability to (ill the sit
uation with credit to himself nud
benefit to his pupils, ho gave the
We will sell for ONE WEEK ONLY,
Dozen White Huck Towels at 5 cents a piece !
TJMCB3CETVSE 13-A.ItO-IIVS ITV TUJRJKISJHL TOWELS'!
LADIES', MISSE'S, CHILDRENSV AND INFANTS' WEAR,
Which I offer at BEDROCK PRICES.
S. EHRLICH, 63
audionco a specimen of his crudito
learning, moic particularly in the
specialty of speaking 4hc Knglish
language without any superfluous)
accent, his speech indicating, how
ever, that ho was no stranger to
Erin's Isle. Ho mado a grand fail
ure of course, hut nsnin fell upon
"his legs" as a physician, utilizing
as a passport to practice the healing
art, the card of Dr. Banks, with
whom ho had exchanged, nnd per
sonifying that personage to the best
of his ability. His surgical skill
was soon called into operation on
the person of "Charles," (Mr. F.
P. Hastings) who vjns subject to
hysterical spasms, and sudden at
tack of neuralgia. Charles' attacks
being all "put on," the quasi-doc-tor's
remedies wero soon mado ef
fectual, that is, when it suited liis
patient's interests. Deciding to
pursue liis adopted profession, and
finding it lucrative in the extreme,
he added to his personal property,
by carrying with him a case of in
struments, as lio called it, in the
shape of a jack knife with six blades.
On being told by Charles' aunt,
Mrs. Montague, (Miss King), of the
young man's severe indisposition, ho
prescribed as a remedy that his
head bo shaven, and six leeches be
applied to his eyebrows, all of
which being spoken within the hear
ing of Chails, suddenly restored
him to a normal condition of health.
'Vlia piicc 1e reshltuice of tho whole
plot, however, remained until his
meeting JiilUt, (Mrs. J. D. Strong),
tho daughter of Dr. Banks. Tho
young lady not having seen her
"Papa" for years, had forgotten liis
physiognomy, pud as a consequence
she was easily deceived by the quack
with tlio assumed name of her
father. On meeting, father and
daughter embraced one another in a
most ardent and loving manner, so
natural that it "brought down the
house." The old man Rivers was
represent by Mr. Harry von Holt, in
which he displayed artistic qualifi
cations increased by an admirable
knowledge of acting'. John, (Mr.
K. F. Bishop), though a minor mem
ber of the dramatis perwnce, sus
tained his reputation as a rising
Mrs. Strong strengthened that re
putation sho has already gained as
an accomplished and pleasing ac
tress, as also did Miss King, tiieir
display of ease and elegance, com
bined with their elocutionary powers
giving them leading places amongst
our local lady amateurs. Mr. Brown
we hope to see again on tho ctago,
thereby helping to dispel that feeling
of ennui and lassitudo thnt obtains
in this tropical clime. Brother At
kinson is at much at home on the
stage, as ho is in tho prcceptory, or
in filling the editorial chair.
LETTER FHOM STANLEY.
London, March 31. A letter has
been received from Stanley, dated
Cape Town, March 9th. lie ex
presses bewilderment at tho con
stant evidences ho sees of British
yielding and shrinking in Africa be
fore noise, bluster nnd mock heroics.
"In the west and north," tie saysj
"Franco and Portugal have strode
with audacious and frantic haste to
excludo British trade. Now, I come
to Zanzibar and find the Britisii fleet
has given way to tlio German and
that tho Germans outnumber tho
British, Thoro is nu aggressiveness
about the German that is ominous,
Their manner is haughty and over
bearing nnd carries an air of 'you
must.' Tho natives look on in
wonder, whilo tho British affect
superb indifference. I found Tippoo
Tib the uncrowned King of n region
between Stanley Falls ami Tangan
yika Lake, commanding thousands
of lighting Arabs. lie was equally
ready to light or to be employed. I
choso tho latter, notwithstanding tlio
viows of ills helping mp reach Kmlii
Boy, but to nsbist in bringing away
Emin Bey's store of ivory values of
80,000. In the presence of the
British Consul I contracted 'with
Tippoo Tib to supply mo with COO
carriers, 1 also, nfter receiving emi
nent from King Leopold, appointed
Tippoo Governor of Stanley Falls nt
a regular salary. Ho guarantees to
defend tho station against tho Aiabs
and defeat anil captuie all persons
.raiding for slaves nnd abstain from
'EMPLE OF FASHION
Just roet'ived by last stuumor
and 65 Fort Street,
engaging in tho slave tralllo himself
below Stanley Falls. A European
olllcer will be appointed Ilcsldcnt at
Stanley Falls to insure adherence to
the contract nnd stop Tippoo' s
salary on an any breach of engage
ment. So far there has been no hitch in
tho expedition. Everybody shows
tho utmost-sympathy, and our dilll
cultics have been smoothed by pre
vailing good fccliug. I have sent a
letter to Emin Boy, giving him tho
probablo date of our arrival. Tip
poo Tib has ordered his people to
concentrate at Stnnloy Falls in readl
noss for marching." S. F. Bulle
tin. The tunnel recently "completed at
Schcmnitz, Hungary, is 10-27 miles
long tho longest one in the world.
It took 100 year to build it
A son of Uachcl is going to Africa
with M. Do Brazza, tho explorer.
It is remembered that the great
actress died praying for her two
Oxford University is now open to
men of all ranks, and the expenses
incident to residenco so decreased
that men of comparatively small
means llnd little difllculty in main
taining their sons there.
1 f( LBS. Fresh Hoinc-Modo Chew
JLUv tig Sticks, or to-called lUt
burs I'oV.s, mid fath, delicious Vanilla
and Clioenhito Crcmns which I Kiinr.in
tfd to bu fir biiporlor und Fold cheaper
than any hnpoitcd, at F. HOKN'S 1'ion
ecr Steam Candy Factory nndB.ikcry
and Ice Orcnm Parlor. BDtf
WE HAVE just received per Aus
irallu a now lot of Aitltits' JIu
Ictlih, Etony AVure, BiackcH, Onlinut
Krunius, KiHlic Frami-s, etc. And we
are bolter piojmicd than ever to malso
Cornices and Picturo Frame?, having
tho largest and best sicctcd stock or
Mouldings in ihu Kingdom. Kisa
Duos.' .iit Stpki:. J14
S PERRY'S No. 1 Fnmilv Flour is
ollcrcd for sale by GONSALVE9 &
CO., Queen Street. CI
Da. Flint's HuaIit Hkmkuy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
easo and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Auents. J151
Tlio In tor -Island Stcrin
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hind for salo
Steam Family and Blackimith Coa
and a general assortment of
'tis Bar Iron. y
MRS. K. M. OLIPHANT,
Has removed to 'n.;t Wellington Place,
Sclioo) Street, the residence of Mr. A.
Oockbum, opposite O. Afong, Esq.
For Salo or Lease.
THOSE HtKMISES SITUATED ON
runnhou Street colled "Kananllo.
bin," tho property of C. H. Judd, are for
salo or for lonso for a tcini of ycarp,
For pirtlculara Inqulro of
. ALEX. J. CAimVllIGUT.
Honolulu. Dbp. in, 1HS0. U08
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Itccordb Searched, Abstract -of Tillo
Furnished, nnd Conveyances
Drawn on short uoifcc.
Collodion Agency. Mn. JOHN GOOD,
In., Authorized Collector.
Employment'Aucncy. Mu, F, IjAltCQS.
General Business Agoncy. No. US Mer
Hell Tclcphouo HIM. I O. Uox-tlff.
ALADV DKSIUES A SITUATION
of trim. 'lliormn;!ily domesti
cated. K. .V . General Post Qfllce.
A NICE rUimiHIIED FHONT
room at Nu. ! Garden Lanugo 1 w
a Complete Assortment of
IMI'OItTKn AXD DKAI.CU IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gont's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND
IIni3K bought tho
(Mim ai Ms' Fnlg Goods
From tho Templo of Fashion at greatly reduced rates, wc now ofl'er them to our
numerous patrons nt prices which do y competition.
These goods aro urst class In ovory respect and contlst of nil grades and qinl,
dolls, Suitable for 11b
In otTcning them to onr customers wo would most rcspcctfullv draw their at
tention to the fact that wo are giving them tho bjncflt of our chca'p bargain nnd
invito tho public in general to civo ut a call nnd examine these goods beforo pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND
is too well known to
The Undersigned, F. IIOKN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public- that from this day on ho is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balis,
And guarantees in all cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, hut also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as tho year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, as nUo for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Kamehatnolia IV, Kaniehamclm V, nnd
Lunalilo, and having tlio honor of supplying the present royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty years
practical experience in this lino of business.
Frartlral Confectioner, Paatry Cook and Orntuuriitcr In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
, Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74- (95 30 Honolulu, H. I
Just Received at'Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA,. HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
, .- . i i
.Li . "ijiti." 'jij&ijS..
T'i'i'IMm lMii.i niinfjii'iWi iif TWlii'M-j
Opposite Irwin & Cos
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Egan & Oo.'s
entire Stock of
Bid ail Poor ilfa... J
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
need especial comment. 59
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