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SATURDAY, AI'IU1 23, 1887.
Stmr Rilauca Hon from Unmakua
Htinr J A CuuiniliM from Wnltuaiiithi
Htinr Wntiiinnalo Horn Walauai
Iliitbk lion Cmlgfioin San Jmiiuc1po
April 2:i- ,
3tnir Wahtloalo (or Luhnlna and Ku
kullmele ul 'i i in
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stinr Surprise for Kuan
Stmr J A UuuiuiIih for Wiilnuinnlo
Stinr Waluutiiiilo for Walanao
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Julie, Olavcy
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
llktno Discovery, Lee
Bktuc Geo 0 Pel kin", Ackcinmii
Bgtnc V G Irwin, MeCulloch
Am bark Tlmour, Brewer. Balled
from Boston Dee 17, duo Slay 1-20
Brit bark Ceratca, from Liverpool,
Haw oclir General Hegel, Panders,
from French Frigate Shoals, duo Nor
20-30 . r
Am bktno Mnkith, from Xcwcastlc, N
S W, due February iM-iiS
But bk Scottish I.usslc, W Shmcr,
nailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
Am bktno llnttle S Bangs. Tcrrill,
from Hongkong, duo April lu-yo
Am wh ukOhlo, fiom Now Bedford,
duo March 20-110
Am bk Julia Foard, Bergani, fiom
San Francisco, due at Illlo, Hawaii,
Am hk St Lucie, wiled from !Ncv
York March 20, due September i.,50
Am bk C O Whltmorc, T Thompson,
from Depaituro Bay, duo May 20-UO
Am bktno John Worster, from Xana
Imo, B J, duo May 20-30
Am hk Hope, I) W B l'cnliallov, from
Tort Townsend. dno May 1-10
Am bgtno W G Irwin, JEMeCullonh,
from San Francisco, duo April 2!l-.!0
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
,-Mn. W. II. Aldrich lias a circus
tent for mile.
will bo music at tho rink
Mu. J. Mngoon has a mnro,
gics, and harness for sale.
Mns. Strong'a dancing school was'
largely attended last evening. f
Tin: K'aimiloa was oilicially and
regulaily commissioned yesterday.
Caulkers, shipwright, and handy
men can find employment by apply
ing at the Morning Sfar, on Monday
Tun Indies of thor Altar Society of
the Roman Cnthrilic Church will
meet at tho Convent to-morrow after
noon, nt 3 o'clock.
Thk case of S. M. Kaaukni vs. Dr.
J. Wight, ejectment, befoio a mixed
jury-is specially set for Monday next,
and a jury was drawn.
Tin: entertainment in aid of tho
British Benevolent Society will com
mence, nt o'clock this evening, nt
thojlawuiinn Opora HoiibO, ,
At about 11 o'clock this morning,
tho harkentino W. II. Diniond, which
sailed on Thursday last, was scon on
the horizon standing Xoith-wnid.
J. E. UnowN A Co., have added n
cigar stand to their other branches
of business, and have on hand hiands
of choico cigars, to suit the tastes of
Of tho live prisoners released to
day from Oahu jail, imprisoned for
having opium in possession one was
committed at Ewa, 0110 in Honolulu,
and thrco fiom Lnhaina.
Five horses belonging to tho bank
rupt Estate of T. C. Akann, wero sold
this morning by Mr. Lewis J. Lovoy,
for $175 j and two horses, belonging
to privato parties, brought $111.
Thk contract for ropnira to tho
missionary steamer Morning Stnr,
has been awardod to Messrs. Dower
& Purely. Work will bo commenced
on Monday next.
Tiiuee packages of folt ami straw
hats, 'and clothing, a large assort
ment, from Mr. N. S. Sachs, havo
been received at this office, for tho
leper (settlement at Kakaako.
The expenses of tho Uunitcd States
Consul at Honolulu, for boarding
and lodging sailors for tho last
tujartor, was about if 1,800. A sailors'
boarding houso might pay hero nt
' . m
At a meeting of tho Board of
Health, held yesterday afternoon, a
resolution to (iiiarantino vessels from
Asiatic poits was adopted. Tho sec
retary of tho Board was insti ucted
to pr'epaio 11 financial statement in
connection with tho Biippoit of lopors.
.... . 1
R. J. Cur.iaiiTON, Esq., managing
editor of tho "P. C. Advertiser" news
paper, has beon summoned to appear
on tho 27th instant, and answer to a
chargo of 'contempt of Court. Tho
alleged contempt consists of pub
lishing an outline of tho petition for
nn injunction to restrain tho Min
ister of Interior from selling cortain
janda on Hawaii.
Mn. M. Goldberg, at tho corner of
Merchant ami Fort streets, has had
n great demand for coats and vests
of a kind particularly adapted to this
warm wpnther, To-day tioy can bo
seen udorijjng aidsopio ligutcj ajl
over the town. A man with 0110 of
tioso coats on, feels as cool as a
ouoiuubor when other peoplo nro
"steaming with heat. Tjiero aro a
few moro Jcftr
A mixed jury will sit in tho
Supremo Court on Monday next,
requiting only six foreign jurors,
who will ho drawn on that day.
Tho senior member of tho panel,
Major Hills, was remainder of tho
complimented by Ilia Honor for his
faithful attendanco to duty, and ex
cused for the remainder of llio term
on view of services already rendered.
BLUE hMBBOl! LEAGUE.
Following is tho programme of the
Blue Ribbon League Saturday even
ing, nt the V. M. C. A. Hall :
Song Miss Austin.
Reading Mr. 1. F. Dredge.
Piano DuetMiss S. Young and
Miss M. Hopper.
Reading Mr. Severance.
Address Rev.. II. II. Gowcn.
The next session of the Fort Street
School begins on Monday next. The
principal desires that all pupils who
who wisli to bring licnlth certificates
from their family physicians havo
them on that day.
In this connection, it is as well to
say that all Government schools
throughout the Kingdom wll re
open on Monday next.
Is now issued and ill bo found to
bo an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing -10 columns of
reading mntter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription S2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hcwett, Merchant street,
and Bulletin OWco.
A MACNJFICENT BANNER.
JnuMr. Hewitt's window Is, on ex
hibition, n magnificent banner of the
Honolulu Commandery Knights
Templar No. 1. Tho banner is
made of about 100 Knight Templar
tilllc badges, collected by Mr. Jas.
iDodd, a member of the Honolulu
'Commandery at the last conclave at
St. Louis. It was designed by Mrs.
F. W. Schmidt, daughter of Mrs. A.
Long, mid was made and trimmed
by Miss. II. Tuclc, of Honolulu.
Tho banner is about -l feet long bj
about 3 feet wide, surmounted by
the Knight Templar symbol. The
badges aro artistically arranged and
bordered by gold fringe, tassels and
lace. It is a line piece of work,
both as regards the tasty arrange
ment, and the neatness and excel
lent finish of its make-up.
Mr. C. Hammer, whose place of
business is at the corner of Fort
and King stieets, is not n doctor.
His friend Morgan, a little further
uoithonthe opposite side of King
street, is. He is a doctor of car
nages. But what is the use of
sound carriage and a sprightly horse
without a harness? That is just
where Hammer comes in. He is a
horse clothier and decorator. A
horse without harness, bridle, or
saddle, may cat all tho grass grown
on the islands and devour all the
oats and hay imported from Cali
fornia, but in that condition ho can
not draw a carriage, nor is fit for
carrying a lady or gentleman. A
boy can manage to go liko the wind
bare-backed. Hammer is tho man
to make and furnish tho necessary
fixings. A charger sot off with one
of his saddles and bridles fit for
the '.impress of Austria to ride after
tho hounds or a cowboy to gallop
through the rugged gulches of Ha
waii. Then a set of his harness,
whether on a horse attached to a
private carriago or a public express,
is something to sit behind witli pride
and composure, because it is pretty
to look at and safe to rely upon.
For anything and everything ncces
sar3r to clothe and decorate the
noblo horse for the uses of his
master or mistress, Hammer is tho
man to go to. If lie hasn't it already
in stock, ho will mantifactmc it,
good and strong, in less than two
shakes of a dead dog's tail. He is
just opening a stock of Australian
manufacture, than which there is
none better nnywhoro.
THE MAN WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE.
An audionco highly intelligent and
appreciative in character, but much
smaller in numbers than tho merit
of tho entertainment deserved, at
tended Mrs. Williams' lecturo last
evening under tho auspices of tho
Library and Reading Room Associa
tion. Tho fact thatSliakespeaio and
his writings furnish a very familiar,
not to say lmcknicd subject for liter
al y and critical ell'oit, inn.v hftyo jmd
something to do with the limited at
tendance. If k, it was made quite
clear to thobo who woio so fortunato
as to lie piesent, that theio is no
topio possessed of any inherent inter
est, however familiar, but can bo
made attractivo and profitable by
passing through tho alembic of a
1 cully stioiig and original mind.
Such it mind Mis. Williams undoubt
Thioughout tho ontiio nddioss, sho
exhibited a breadth of intellectual
conception and a thinness of mental
grip which is seldom seen on the lee
tuie platform. Hor work is not only
interesting and instinctive, but
original, stimulating nipl suggestivo
in a high degree. To bring befpio
tio niiilruMCo a olcir, Htrong and con-
ittteut image, not of an actor, a
literary phenomenon, or a historical
name, but of tho "Man" us ho really
existed in lloh and blood and
moved amung his fellows, inlltieuecd
by similar conditions and swayed by
like passions as ourselves, was tho
tusk ,tho lecturer set for herself, and
which in tho space of about ah hour
and 11 quarter, sho accomplished in
it wondorfully ellectivo manner. For
tho pttrpoo of tho lecture, tho vari
ous niiuoi li.iditions conet'iniiig tho
external circumstances of Shake
Bpcaio's life, tho gofcip about Shake
sjioarp as it might bo called, wero dis
missed as inelevant and impertinent.
Whetlipu ho evor held horses at tho
door of the theater, or did or did not
do various other things which have
been attributed to him is of no con
sequence whatever to us at the pre
sent time, either as historical facts or
as factors in the evolution of that
wonderful intellectual and spiritual
phenomenon which wo know as
William Shakespeare. Tho develop
ment of this character, the giadual
growth and crjstalizatiou of those
mental and moral qualities which
constituted the real man as distin
guished from meio outwatd condi
tions was to be found niinored in his
works. Of tho manner in which this
idea was carried out, wo can, in the
limits of 11 brief newspaper notice,
givo'not even a satisfactory outline.
Should Mrs. Williams lecture again
in Honolulu, which it is to be hoped
sho will, our leaders will have an
ojipoi (unity of henring her for them
selves and judging of her very re
The Madras Case.
SUPREME COURT-APRIL TERM,
JUSTICE M'CUU.V, 1'KKSIIHMI.
The hearing of the case of Chap
man and others vs. the Hawaiian
Government, was continued yester
day morning and a verdict was ar
rived at about fi o'clock in the after
noon, Immediately after the evidence
was concluded, a recess was taken,
after which, Mr. Austin Whiting of
counsel for the defendants, made a
lcngtliyspcechon behalf of his clients
followed by Mr. Dole on behalf of
the plaintiffs. His Honor Justice
McCully then charged the jury.
The Madras eate ended ycsteiday,
by the jury bringing in a ordiot for
tho owners of tho steamer. A full
and couect loport will appear in, our
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
nnronc imieston, j.
1'ETiTio.v ion a 'witrr.
FniDAY, April 22th.
In tho matter of Chin Hi, Ah Liu,
iVkana, Afo and Alono, on habeas
corpus. Mr. W. R. Castle for tho
petitioner. After leading of tho peti
tion, tho Court ordeis it granted and
issues tho writ leturnablo to-inonow
(Saturday) at 10 a. m.
Satuwuy, April 23ul.
Piesent, Mr. W. R. Castlo for tho
prisoners. Tho Deputy Attorney
General A. P. Peterson for tho Mar
shal. Tho five prisoners in chargo of
tho jailor of Oahu Pribon. Tho
Deputy Attorney-General files the
return of tho MaishaJ niul ofl'ers for
tho inspection of tho Court and
counsel the original mittimus issues
in the case of each prisoner.
Mr. Castlo opens to the Court and
tho return of the Marshal having
been read, tho said counsel moves
that upon said lctuin the prisoners
be discharged basing his motion
upon tho discharge of a number of
piitoneis recently held under a liko
Tlie Com t ordeis that thero boing
no penalty provided for in tho sta
tuto of 18S0, for having opium un
lawfully in possession, tho pris-oners
aio discharged; adds that if they are
guilty under any previous statute,
they aro not t-o chaigcd.
Thos. Patterson vs. tho Ilaik Kala
kaua. Return of Maibhal upon the or
der of the sale of tho vessel. Account
of the Marshal for expenses incut red
in having charge of and telling the
Tho Court tool: this oppoitunity to
state to tho Marshal that ho is ex
pected ordinarily upon receiving an
order of tho Court to take possession
of any pioporty, to take such a care
ful inventory of it as the timo will
allow, without any extra expenses.
Several bills allowed and a few dis
allowed. IIKt'OIin m'cum.y, j.
Satuhday, April 2Ud.
Divot ces wore granted in the enso
of Kitclo (k) vs. Kaolo (w), Aea (k)
vs. Aea (w), Sam. Maikai vs. Annie
Maikai, and lofused in Luukia (w)
vs. ICokit (k), and in the casoof John
sou vs. Johntoii, tho Court gi anted
llyman Bros. vs. Minister of Fi
nance. On motion of Mr. Hatch, His
Honor received tho question of tho
constitutionality of Sec. 1, Chap,
XXV11 of the Sctsion Laws of 1880,
to tho full Couit. This law lclates to
articles of Import excempt from duty.
ROMAK OATIIOMQ OATIIEDUAI..
High ina-s at 10 a. m. Vespcis at 1:30
Kaumakai'ih Cnritcii. llcv. J.
WiiUuiaii, pastor. .Sunday school a
1):80a. m. Preaehng at 10 "M a. M.
Young people's meeting at 7 :!W r. M.
Pinker, pastor. Sunday
-Rev. H. II.
school at lo
a. m. Picuchlug at U A. M
Y. M. O. A. Young Men's Bible
Class In tup.ii lor a't !)M5 a. "jr., con
ducted by the General Secrut.ii y. Qos-
We will sell, for ONE WEEK ONLY,
Dozen White Huck Towels at 5 cents a piece !
IJMC3JCEIVSEJ BiRGIIVS IN TURKISH'TOWES!
LADIES', MISSES', CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR,
Which I offer at BEDROCK PRICES.
S. EHRLICH, 63
ul l'ralc Sen Ice at fi :
bring a friend.
110. i'.si. Comeaiid
Chinese Ciitrncii. Port street, near
corner lleretaiila. Mr. To Tcng lie,
evangelist. Chlucso Buiidav beliool,
::I0a. m. Chhicso and LiiglNh Hun
day School, 2:0 i. H. Pleaching 11
a.m. and 7:U0 p.m. Illblu ehi'-s hi
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, (!::t0 v. M.
FoitT-bTitKivr Ciiuitcii. Rev. J. A.
Cman, r'tor- Meeting for Bible
study at 0 :-lfi a.m. Services at 11a.m.
and 7:30 v. m. "Fresh Fields for tho
Heroic", will bo Pastor Cruan's tlienie
Sunday evening. All arc Invited.
Brtiiki. Union Conoukoation.
Rev. 12. C. Oggcl, pastor. Service at
tho Lyceum, Aiiuanu avenue, at 11
A. M. and 7:30 v. M. At the morning
service tho subject will be, ''Green
Pastures," and hi the evening, '(For
mer Days." Sund ty School and THblo
class at !); 15 o'clock. Allan eoidlally
St. ANimr.w's Cathciiuai.. First
Congregation. Holy Communion, 0:30
A. si. .Morning prayer at 0:00 A. si.
Holy Communion with sermon at 0:30
a. st. Pi etcher, the BUIiop of Hono
lulu. Etcnsong with sermon-by the
Rev. II. 11. Gowcn at 0 i si. All seats
Second Congicgatlon. Kcv. George
Wallace, A. M.. pastor. Moiulng
Prayer, with sermon, at 11:15 a. si.;
evening prayer, with seiinon, at 7:30
r. M. Sunday school meets at 10 a. si.
Seats free at all services.
U II 'I ILL
NAVAL MANOEUVRES OFF GIBRALTAR.
According to tho Home JVctcs.
An interesting scries of mnnauivros
by tlio French Mediterranean Squad
ron will take place in April, Tlicro
aro to bo two distinct operations.
The first will consist in the attempt
of n tropedo division lying under the
lee of the Island of Sardinia to inter
cept a French military convoy on its
way fiom Toulon to Algiers. The
second operation will have peculiar
interest for English naval men. A
French squadion is to attempt to
force its way through the Straits of
Gibraltar, a torpedo squadron barr
ing tho passage. The fact of the
French navy indulging in a sham
fight under the very muzalo of war
guns seems a somewhat questionable
proceeding. In the third operation,
the Gibraltar Straits having been
forced, the torpedo boats will try to
prevent tho squadion from entering
Brest. Tho site of these latter man
oeuvres is oddly selected. Gibraltar
is as much an English military port
as Clierbouig is French, and it is
not probable Hint tho French would
welcome an English sham light with
in gunshot of the forts in tho break
water. Tho programme certainly
requires explanation. Of couise,
no harm is meant, but the idea is it
violation of military rule and pre
cedent. If wo lived in less civilised
times, a correspondent remaiks, and
had not complete confidence in the
peaceful intentions of our neigh
bours, what guarantee could tlicro
bo that the toipcdo boats and squad
ron should not combine and attempt
to carry Gibraltar by a coup dc
DETENTION OF A BRITISH SUBJECT IN
Tho following paso, nays tho Odessa
correspondent of tho "Daily News,"
appears to call for prompt investiga
tion on tltu part of the I'oieign Oincc.
An Englishman named John Wil
liam Robinson was seven months
ago anested at Kieil on a charge of
having no passport. Ho was kept in
prison live montlis before his enso
was tried, and then sentenced to a
further four mouths' imprisonment.
Ho appealed to tho British Consul
General at Odessa, Mr. tferaM R,
Pony, for protection, ni'i'd ntsislanec,
stating Hint lie had unfortunately loft
his last lcsideiieo without a passport.
This appeal ho was compelled to
writo in Russian, and it was for
warded thiough tho Kiefl' Piocureui
General. It was only subsequently,
and in reply to tlio uigmit despatch
of tho Cousul-Gouoial, that tho Pro
cuiour stated that Robinson was ar
icsted for having a false pabsport,
and that he must now uudoigo tho
sentence of four months' iiuprhpu
motit, dating fion the 1th of Decem
ber h (p, 8.) lint heio is a bad
fcatuio, o( the case. After tho sen
tence of four mouths was passed
upon Robipson, fifty days wno al
lowed to lapse liefo'o Hint soiilouco
bcciuiio ppcr.itho: (hat is, with the
piuvious detention of five montlis,
thu 'man will, on tho 4U1 of Al.il
next, havo been iuearcerajed cloven
months, To. Hiq Ulguut lequesls of
TEMPLE OF FASHION i
Just received by hist steamer
and 65 Fort Street,
Mr. Perry to know in what manner
this man's passport was false, and
the pmticiilnrs as to last residence,
etc., the Kiefl' Procureur does not
vouchsafe any leply. Robinson snys
distinctly he had no passport; his
statement was coinpulsorily set down
in Russian for tho Procureur, who by
accepting it and formally handing it
over to Mr. Perry thereby ,at all
events lent to that statement his
olllcial exequatur. Since Robinson's
first appeal leached tho British Con
sulate here Mr. Perry has exerted
himself to tho utmost, through the
Procureur-Gcneral and Governor
General of Kiefl", and through Sir
Roheit Morier at St, Petersburg.
Robinson i a nativo of Beverley,
NATURAL CAS IN UTAH.
Natural gas is now being used at
tho suit works nt Lako Shore, the
old Utah Central bathing resort, for
tho purposo of making salt. The
experiment has only been recently
tried, but so far it has proven to be a
most unqualified success, and the
proprietors arc jubilant over the re
sult so far attained. The method
employed is the vat principle. The
water is pumped from the lako into
a vat, raised a few inches higher
than the one in which tho salt is
made. Tho two aro connected by a
pipe, tbo month of whiclj is pro
tected by a fino wire sieve, which
prevents any foreign matter from
entering the lower vat. Under
neath the lower vat, which is twelve
feet by five, and fourteen inches
deep, four large jets of natural gas
aro placed, and these give out an
extreme heat that is simply remark
able. The gas wells were struck,
it will be remembered, accidentally,
or rather while the owners were
driving for water, and they nre now
turned to better advantage than the
water could have been. Tho method
of making the salt is an extremely
simple ono, The wfttcr is run into
the ynt, the gas jets lighted, and
when tho brine attains great heat,
the salt, being tho heavier body,
sinks to the bottom, and the magne
sia, alkali, etc, lloat on tho water.
Tho rsalt is gradually drawn away
from tho impurities, and when the
operation ends the result is clean,
white salt, such as makes soino of
the brands now on the markets as
sume an ebony tint by comparison.
The salt is claimed to be much
purer than any other similai lake
product, and if snowy whiteness
goes for aught, they certainly havo
good grounds for their assertions.
The using of natural gas cuts down
expenses materially, and it may yet
be that iialura.1 gas will form ono of
the groat nntuuil resources of the
Torntory. Salt Lako Herald.
THE SONC OF'THE SHIRT.
Sewing womon in New York, ac
cording to a writer in the New York
Times, are most wretchedly paid.
The young womon of tho well to-do
families who used to bo able to
maintain themselves by taking home
sewing for tho manufacturing firms
find themselves unable to earn their
car fares tinco tho cuts in tho prices
of the past few years; while the
poor women in tho tenements who
eked out a scanty living by such
work are simply unable to exist.
Thrco years ago 817 per dozen was
paids for cloaks, but this price has
been successively reduced to $12,
$D, $G, 85, sTnud $3, until it is
now $1.50 per dozen. Dress suits,
flannels and sneques, aro $1.85 per
dozen; fancy wrappers arc 81 per
dozen, plain, 50 cents. Plain
chemises, 30 cents nor doKcu ; fancy
chemises, Oft cents ; aprons being 7
cc,nti oach ; widc-hemmed handker
chiefs aro 1 cents per dozen ; narrow-bordered
handkerchiefs 2 cer.t3
per dozen ; skirt and sacr(ue, 8 ' and
82 per dozen ; jorsoyrf being ?I0 cents
per dozen, or 8 and 9 cents each.
Tho women havo to supply tho
thread, the silk costing SO cents per
qpool. Tho work has to bo deliver
ed on nltcrnato days, and often tho
item of car fares to thoso living in
tho suburbs equals the receipts at
thoso rates. 'I'ho manufacturers
claim to bo unable to pay any bet
ter, bocaqso tljoir rates to tho itTtail
dcalors have been reduced, and tho
latter assert that tho competition lias
brought the selling prices to cost,
a Complete Assortment o
Having bought the
Clotliii and rents' Fiimslm Hoods
From tho Templo of Fashion at greatly reduced ratej, wo now offer them to our
numerous patrons at nrltcB which doty competition.
Theso goods aro first class In every respect and consist of all grades and qunl.
Clotttg, Suitable for tie Rico aid Poor alik
In offcrilng them t our customers wo would most respectfully draw their at
tention to tho fact that we aro giving them tho benefit of our cheap bargain and
invito the public In general to give us a call and examine these goods beloro pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND PTJENISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. 5'J
IMl'OllTEIl AND DKAI.EK IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. , Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully Informs tho public that from this day on ho is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In, Honolulu, having catered on all stnto occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their late Majesties Kainchamcha IV, Kainchanieha V, and
Lunalllo, and having tho honor of supplying tho present royal household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment j having over forty ycart'
practical experience in this lino of business.
rriytloal Confectioner, Pantry Cook nd Ornaaentrr In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotol Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both, Telephones No 74. (95 am) Honolulu, H. I,
Just Received at
A large assortment of
Composing the well-known brands of
COLGATE Ss CO., LUEDBORGS,
EASTMAN ' S ALOHA, 110 YT S COLOGOT
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
JPox" Sole at DReasonalle UPrioesu
l.vji WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Opposite Irwin & Cos
Egan & Cos
entire Stock of
Hollister & Cos