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SATURDAY, Al'ItlL HO. 1887.
Schr Uantitn from Hawaii
.Schr Wallole fiom Kinu
htmr Kluaii from wtiutwnul poits
Stmr Wnlalc.ilo Mom l.ahalna
Stiiu'IuMiinl ft tm HainaUu.i
Stmr das Alnkrc from IC;ui:il
Ilk llupe fiotn I'oit'l'owii'uuil
Bk Julie fur S.ui l'laucl-co
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0KR0V.
Stmr Kliinu fr the Volcano and way
lioi ts at 4 in
Stmr Llkullku fur Kal ml ill mul liana at
5 p in
Stmr Mnpilso for Hawaii
Stmr Jus iMukco for Knp.ui at 4 p m
Stmr Walaleale for Klt.iuea, Huimlel at
4 p in
Schr Wnilulo for lCnaii
From whuhuird poit, per slrampr
Klnau, Apiil SO -U U Kennedy, W It
Low, 11 Uiioinc, A Moore, dipt J Ito.
JNB Williams O S Kyniieiley mid
wife, K OaaiU, Geo Itoss, C .T ISctliiiin,
P L Cohen, Lau Cliou-J, A Yon;r, llio
Ul-wel, W U 1'iiike, J V Ktiluiiiiiiil wife,
E S Borden, K 1' l'otden O V Hoducll,
l)r Iwal, and 4a deek.
Fi om Hawaii and iMaul, per steamer
V O Hall. April 20 J N Robinson and
wife, O D Iteynolds. KC Jtarntluld. A K
lone, Mntur A Wilder, Miss 1) Vida,
Master F Vldn, Master W Wilder, Mis
JI Kane and fill deek.
Fiomllamukun, per steamer Iwalaul,
Apill :I0 Jolin 1uivU and II deck.
Sehr Canute :.G"0 bags sugar.
Schr Wallelc l.HiO bags sugar.
Stinrlwalaul 4,000 bags migar.
Stmr J3 Makcc 2,lK) bags sugar, 18
Kretn hides, and 2 lioises.
Stmr W (J Hall i!,KW bags bugar, 214
bags awn, 30 bags coffee, 70 hides,
3 horses and 8 hogs.
Stmr Walaleale 1.8."i(; bags sugar.
Stmr Klnau-r,37S bugs sugar, 0
hoises, 28 hides and H bags ginger.
The bark Julio eleaicd at the Custom
House tills morning fur San Fiancibeo,
with 14,077 bags sugar, weighing 1,;."i5,
HOd lb. and valued at 800,24:1.83.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Ilk Colusa, Backers
Ilgtnu Consiiclo, Cousins
Am baik Tlinour, Brewer, sailed
from Bostou Dee 17, duo May 1-20
Brit baik Ceiatcs, from Llveipool,
duo May 1-20 . , ,
Haw belir Ocncial Hegel, Sanders,
from French Filgato Shoals, due Nov
Am bktno Makah, from Newcastle, N
SW, duo Febimiry 23-28
Brit bk Scottish Lisslc, W Singer,
sailed from Lh ei pool Jan 10 duo May
Am bktno llattlo S Bangs, Ten 111,
from Hongkong, due Api 11 10-30 .
Am wliM Ohio, from New Bedford,
due March 20-30
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TunitE will bo a race and music at
the skating rink to-night.
Tiikre was a party
at Sir. Young's
Tur. Court will go to Ililo next
Kohai.a, Hawaii, J eceived a little
rain last Sunday.
Faiii weather is reported by vessels
that arrived this morning.
Messiis. C. It. Bishop, S. C. Allen,
and II. Waterlioubo are tlio diioctors
of Messrs. C. Biowcr & Co,
Mn. Lewis J. Levey will sell house
hold fiirnituio at No. 131 Foit street,
To-MOnow theio will bo an Eng
lish sermon in the- Roman Catholic
Church, after 7 o'clock mass.
The Honolulu Yacht and Boat
Club men weio out piactising last
ovening in their Mx-oaicd boat.
Tub II. R. A. and the Honolulu
Rillo target shooting contest began
at 3.30 o'clock, this afternoon.
KuKUiHAW.K mill lias slackened its
output of sugar iluiing the past
week, on account of the Humes being
slightly out ol oidur.
Strong tiado winds, with a light
shower of lain, last Thuiaday, is the
ropoit by tlui steamer Iwalani fiom
Hamakua, this moining.
Tin: auction sale of ten horn's by
Mr. Lewis J. Levey, this noon,
amounted to $203. The highest prico
paid for one horse was $11, tlio low
A Cahinet Council meeting was
held yesterday at Iolani I'nlaco, and
ii mooting of tlio 1'iivy Council was
held to-day nt tlio Foieign Ollice.
Mn. Lewis J. Lovey iias an adver
tising boaid, on which to pasto
posters, at tlio Post Ofllco end of Mr.
V. S. Luce's iron fonce, Meicliant
MiiB. Kcnikeniliia publishes a cau
tion against tlio piuclniho of lauds in,
Ration, to which slio lias a legal
cjaiin, or loaning iponoy on tlio
ii ' i -..,
Tin: tlueo hundred and fifty tons
of stouo ballast that came by thu
hark Colusa tliu otier day has been
sold to tlio Road Supervisor, for if Mi,
for macadamizing iuiposes,
Honokaa mill iiroduced 500 bags
of sugar last Wednesday. Two
bundled bags of sugar is considered
a good out put for one day's work,
and of couifio COO bags must bo very
The Royol Hawaiian Agricultural
Society's sliow will open on Satur
day, tlio 11th of May.
O.V the foui til page will bo found
an interesting desciiption of a voyage
fiom London to Sydney in 1805-0.
Ho.v. A. S.Cleghorn's appointment
to the Collector-Generalship of Cus
toms was approved by the Privy
Council litis afleinooii.
Mil. M. X. Sanders lias bought out
Mr. Coding's expiess buaines, and
will entry on the same, taking chargo
on the 1st of May.
Thu steamer luuau Mill sail on
Monday at -1 l .M., for the Volcano
and way-poits. The Likelike will
iiIm sail on Monday aftot noon, at 5
o'clock, for Kaliului and liana.
Tin: Contempt of Couit case in
which Mr. Hubert J. Cieighton is de
fendant was argued and submitted
this morning. Our leport is inuvoid
ably shut out from to-day's issue.
Tin: icpoit of Mr. ,1. If. Maby
niannger of tlio Volcano House, for
tlui week ending Apiil 21th, is as
follows: liiiin 3 J inches; thetiiioiiic
tor fiom 78 tooO'degiees; lake in the
l)li. Frank Leslie Miner denies tlio
authorship of an aitiele bended "The
Hoiuns of Leprosy," which was
taken from a New York paper and
lepioduced iu a contenipoiary. The
letter in question was wiittenover
the signature of "FtedeiickT. Miner."
A class in bookkeeping under the
direction of Mi. P. C. Jones will be
formed in the V. M. C. A. looms, bn
next Monday evening, at 7 o'clock.
All young men desiious of joining
are lequested to bo present or hand
their names to Secrclaiy Fuller.
Tin: steamer Lehua, due here to
day, will lie detained in port until
Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock, to
take tlio mail per H. S. Australia,
duo hete that day, to Lahaina,
Maalaca, Mitkena, Mahukona, Kawai
hae, Hakalau, llotiomu, Onotuea and
Ililo, for the accommodatioii of the
Mit. John Magoon, whoso ofllco is
on Merchant street, goes on the even
tenor of his way icndeiing bills and
collecting money. John says that
money is somewhat bcarce, but that
the collector has to bu a man of pati
ence and pciscvciaucc, and as his
character cot responds with this des
cription, he gets tlio money in tlio
end. Yes, if John fails, it may be
given up as a bad debt.
THE BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE
The entertainment this even
ing at the Y. M. C. A. Hall will
consist of a bass solo ami a flute solo
by Mr. II. W. Morse, and alto solo
by Mrs. Geo. J. Ross, a reading by
Mr. Oliver C. Swain, and a recita
tion by Mrs. Lot in II. Thurston.
Mr. R. Jay Greene will give one of
his witty aiul wise addresses. This
promises to be ono of the most
bticcessful "Publics" yet given by
the League. Admission free and
all cordially invited.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this
afternoon, commencing at 4:30
o'clock. The following is the pro
Mai eh Fine Ems (new) . . .
Ovet tin e The Kxllos (now)
Polka The Diagoous (new)
.Selection Marltana (new)..
Final' Stradella (now)
Walt me utveroi Years fnew)....
TO THE RESCUE.
The three masted tchooner Ko Au
Hon, foiinerly the steamer Reid, and
belonging to the Pacific Navigation
Company, sailed to-day for a threo
months' cruise, in 'bcaicli of tlio
missing schooner (Joneral Seigel and
ciew. Captain Brownell is in com
mand of the Ko Au Hon. He has
received ordois to go to French Fri
gate Shoals, and if unsuccessful in
finding the Scigel's crow,to cruiso ac
coiditig to his'own discretion for the
tin co months.
Thunder and lightning, freshets
in the streams, and earthquakes
scorn to indicate unusual distuib
anccs iu the intciior of the island.
As usual on such occasions a new
lava flow is repotted. Some follow
will tell the truth about that volcano
ono of these days; and then the
story of the bad boy and tlio wolf
will be enacted iu a revised form
right iu our midst.
Tlio Hazard sailed on the 20th
with a full cargo of sugar for San
Francisco. Tlio Ford has finished
discharging her cargo, and is now
rapidly loading sugar. It is ex
pected that sho will sail for tlio
Coast within a week.
Rain still holds off, though the
streams give evidence that it is
abundant in the intciior. On Sun
day there was a very unusual freshet
in tlio Wailuku, whilo the streets of
tlio town remained dry.
Ililo, Apiil 28th.
THE LAHAINA SMALL-POX CASE.
Lahaina, April 28, 1887. .
His Excellency W. M. Giuson, 1
President Board pf Health.
Sit : I havp the honor to submit
to Your Excpllenoy tho following
report concerning tho case of small
pox among tho Japanese at Lalialua
and tho quarantine Imposed on ac
count of tho same,
On my ai rival hero on tho morn
ing of tho 12th lust. Dr. Kuelin
and myself yisitcd tho patient at tlio
pest-houso. I found him thickly
covered with an eruption; there
were also l several soies on his legs
ftiitl )oln, tlio luttflr most Hlcply
syphilis, un examining tho erup
tion I found It to bo of two dUtinet
kinds, it largo majority of it being
superficial. On opening tlio satno I
found they contained a watery lluid,
decidedly not sinall-ppv.
Theio were about fifty other pus
tules, half of which seemed to have
been foiccd towards niatuiity, most
likely by the use of caustic, which
from cxpeiicnco I know to be a
Japanese mode of treatment In
small-pox cases. The other half
were well developed pustules, hav
ing a deep ba'jc under the skin, and
containing a thick pus entirely
different to those first mentioned.
Tlu! patient's mouth gave additional
proof of the nature of the disease.
On the skin between tho pustules I
noticed ono or two marks which
suggested tho idea of ptcvious
small-pox. As Mr. btija, the inter
preter, and the Japanes6 doctor
were present, I asked the patient if
ho had had small-pox befote. He
stated that ho had it when young.
Iu spile of the above information
I could come to no other conclusion
than that it was ti case of small-pox
of mild form, and after watching
the case for a day or two I was
satisfied that the doctois had decided
alight. Two or threo days after
my arrival the eruption fiist men
tioned commenced to dry up and
disappear, and by the 18th inst.,
was entirely gone, leaving tho small
pox pustules well defined and pro
gtessiitg in the oulinary manner.
Dr. Kuelin and myself made a
thorough inspection of tho Japanese
in quarantine yesterday, and with
tho aid of au interpreter obtained
the following facts regarding their
piotcetion from small-pox by pre
vious small-pox or vaccination. Out
of 55 Japanese living in the house
in quarantine -12 had small-pox be
fore. About half of this number
show strong maiks of the disease,
one-foiirlh show slight marks, and
wo have taken tiio word of the re
maining fourth that they had it,
although it has left no marks.
Eleven of the Japanese who have
not had small-pox show good maiks
of having been successfully vacci
nated iu Japan, and two only of
them show neither small-pox nor
From careful inquiries I find that
the patient was taken with the fever
April 1st, the eruption broke out on
the -1th, and the man was removed
to the pest-houso on the morning of
the 8th. Tho houso was thoroughly
fumigated and disinfected, and with
the 54 Japanese was placed under
strict quarantine. There was also a
quarantine placed on the town by
order of Dr. ICuchn, hut this was
afterwards raised by orders from
other quarters. Upon my arrival
here, after having seen the patient,
I decided to re-quarantine the town,
also Olowalu, and as there are no
.signs of any more cases, I have
raised the quarantine this morning.
I have had tho Japanese quarters
again disinfected, and the quarters
of other laborers have been cleaned
and disinfected by W. Y. Horner at
my icquest, and every precaution
taken to put tho place in as good
sanitary condition as possible. Sinco
tho quarantine was imposed, 22!)
persons have been vaccinated.
I am, sir, your obedient servant,
C. B. Reynolds,
Agent Board of Health.
MRS. WILLIAMS ON DANTE.
A very appreciative audience of
cultivated people gathered last
night iu Mis. Dickson's hospitable
home to hear Mis. Williams's lectin e
on Dilute. Tlio subject was ono
calculated to cnlisttho tare powers
of analysis and stibtlo scribe of keen
discrimination which this gifted lec
turer possesses in such eminent de
gree. Mrs. Williams divided
Dante's history into three periods,
viz. : his youth, and young man
hood "which was not unlike that of
other Florentine youth of the better
class, a youth which took partiu tho
street brawls, convivialities, and the
excesses of the hot-headed young
Florentines, and which early had its
baptism of lire as a soldier on tiic
field of Campaldino," It was dur
ing this period of iiis life that his
being was engrossed iu the all-absorbing
lovo for Beatrice "a love
not for tho woman of llcsh and
blood, but for Dante's lofty ideal
of womanhood, which to his imagin
ation Beatrice personified. His lovo
was not of that ordinary type that
overcomes tho impossible iu its
headlong deslro for possession, hut
was content to worship at a dis
tance, as a dovoteo at tho shrine of
divinity." This lovo hecamo his
ambition, and his aim in life was to
be worthy of it. Beatrice's early
death seems tho blighting, of all
ambition, and the cud of life
for Dante, but if was the be
ginning of tho second period of Ins
lifo, in which those great powers
heietofore have been devoted
to love and his absorbing
passion for tho ideal womanhood,
now is transfeucd to the service of
his loved Florence. Dante's ambi
tion now finds a now field in poli
tics. Success and official prefer
ment speedily crowns his efforts;
but the short-lived success ends in
exile, and in Florenca decreeing
that ho who loved her so passionately
and who had served her sodevotedly
should bo burned at tho stake if he
ever should ho found, in her stieet?
again. For tlio second timo Danto's
absorbing ambition failed. Tho
third period of Danto's lifo was his
nineteen years of exile. It was in
this hard, bitter school of disap
pointment and failure, that Dante
was being pieparcd for his gieat
1 nTH irrtTfiWrrf ffi f n tidiTli? Y BTT-gg n'liTir
aucoois. Diirltwj all liU lfo, prb
eminently during tho second and
third periods of it, Dante's ruling
motivo was, to serve his fellow
men. Though v h ? ju young
man ho had won f . and applause
as "tho giand p' l lltii did not
satisfy lus great soul. He did not
wish to pleaso merely: he was not
desirous of being served ; but he
must serve. Hence his turning
away from fame in polities. And
when that door was closed, and he
was forced to exile to again take up
his pen, instead of writing iu Latin
as was then the only pi oper thing
for a great author, he wrote in the
bastard Italian of his time, that the
common people might have access
to tlio productss of his genius.
Ouco lnoio bitter disappointment
comes in this third period, the
peiiod of exile, poverty, and unde
served opprobiuin. His absorbing
friendship for Can Giando Delia
Sala, piineo of Verona, perishes
when success transforms that great
wairior into a sclf.sceking tyrant,
no longer worthy of that fiiendship.
Mrs. Williams's incidental analyses
of Danto's great works, the Vila
JVitavu and the JJivinu Uommalia
wete disci iminatiiig and excellent.
The portrayal of Danto's character
was, iu tho main, exact, and the
gieat Florentine seemed under the
ltiastcily hand of the gifted lecturer
to be "clothed upon" once more witli
llcsh and blood, and to live before her
heaiers once again his sad and
Wete we to criticise such
a lino portiayal at all, it would
be I u regard to what was said of
Danto's young manhood and his
marriacc. Is it true that Dante
was not in almost every respect the
superior of the other "young
Florentines of the better class of
his day?" Dante was not only a
genius, but iu all lespeets superior.
He was superbly endowed, from his
very cradle, above his fellows.
Then, too, is there any warrant for
supposing that Dante fell iu with
tho "fast" life of the j-oung Floren
tine rakes of tho "better class" who
filled her streets with.evqr recurring
hi awls, and her society with Unisons?
Wc have never heard a more gra
phic and vivid portrayal of the
uplifting transforming, restraining
power of a "supremo affection" for
a noble woman upon a true man
than that which fell from Mrs.
Williams's lips last night indesciib
ing Danto's absorbing love for
Bcatrioc. But how old was Danto
when this absorbing passion took
possession of him? Ho was only
nine years of ago and Beatrice eight?
Of the effect of that first meeting
on himself Dante tells us: "At that
moment I saw most truly that' the
spirit of life which hath its dwelling
iu the seerctest chambers of the
heart began to tremble so violently
that the least pulses of my body
shook therewith ; and in ti enabling
it said these words, 'Eccc deus for
tior mo qui Tcnicns dominabitur
mint.' " Fiom that moment this
"absorbing passion" ruled him. Is
it possible that thus ruled by this
supreme affection the naturally
noble nature of Dante could bo led
into the follies and excesses of the
young Florentines of the better
class? If Dante sowed wild oats at
all it must have been before ho was
nine years of ago. And again what
was said by the lecturer in regard
to Dante's marriage with Gemma
Douati, that it was a marriage of
convenience and unhappy, is open
to question. Iu a masterly articlo
on Dante Oscar Browning says: "It
is possible that Gemma Douati is
tho lady mentioned in FiVu Jruova
as sitting full of pity at her win
dow and comfoiting Dante for his
soirow. There is no reason to sup
pose that sho was other than a good
wife, or that the union was other
wise than happy." But aside from
a few such points as these Mrs.
Williams' delineation of the charac
ter and work of Dantp was a mas
teilyone. Tlis was tC universal
verdict of those who heard her.
At tlio conclusion of tlio lecture
Mr. Ciiizau announced that a
Ladies' Class for Literary btudy,
to meet five Saturday mornings, had
already been formed, and would
meet Mrs. AVilliams at Hon. C. R.
Bjshop's at 10 a. m. to-day; and
also that a course of fivo evening
lectures on historical and literary
subjects is contemplated. Tickets
for each course, 83. Those who
desiro to join tho Ladjos' Class can
do ho by applying to Mrs. Win.
Allen ; and thoso who are willing to
subscribe to tho course of lectures
should apply to Hon. W. R. Castle.
Roman Catholic Cathkdual.
High nuihS at 10 a. m. Vcpeis at 1 :l)0
ICau.makaiili Ciiuiicii. Iter.
Walaiuau, pastor. (Sunday school
U:!10a. m. Pieaehlug at 10 -:HJ a.
Kawaiahao Chukoii. Iter. If. II.
Pinker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. si. Pleaching at 11 A. Ji. Young
people's meeting at 7:30 v. M.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's llible
Chits hi to pailor at t :).' a. m., con
ducted by thuUeiieial Secretary. Gos
pel Praise Sci rleo nt (I :II0. v M. Come and
in lug afiieitd.
Chinese Chujich. Fort street, noar
corner lleretanla. Mr. To Teng Uu,
evangelist, Chhie.su .Sunday School,
H::I0a. m. Chinese and Rngllsh Sun
day School, 2:110 1'. M. Pleaching 11
A. m. and 7:30 r. m. ltlble class hi
Chlueso Y. M. O. A. Hall, 0:30 i m.
Fout-stuki:t Ciiuiicii. Rev. J. A.
Cnuaii,- pastor. Meeting for ltlble
study at 0:15 a, m. .Air. Cmaii's theiuu
Sunday moining will bu "Is Yours a
Gieat or a Little God?" In tho cvculng
'"Solano and Helttfl6rl nra theyFrlehda
or Enemies?" Ah me Invited.
Bethel Union Conoiieoation.
Rer. H. Uggol, pior. Senleu at
the Lyceim, Nuiiaiiti avenue, at 11
a. m. nml 7:.".0 p.m. At tho morning
service tho lltn of Infant b.iptlMn will
be adinlnlsteietl, new members lecelvcd
and thu Communion SaeiainCnt ccle
biated. Stinthy School and Riblo clas
nt 0: 15 o'clock. At the rienlng sen lec
at half-pal 7 o'elock thu pantoi 's subject
will be: "I go a FMilng " All aiu
The Annual Show
Will be held this yenr in the Sccietv'a
lnrgo Hall nt the Government Nursery,
on King Mrett, and adjacent grounds,
On Satnraay, May Mil,
Iktncen tho hours of 10 a.m. aud C p m.
Exhibits are Invited in the various
divisions named iu the schedule given
DIVISION I lIOllTICtlLTUltE.
Piles will he ghen as follows:
1 . For the bc3t vai icty of Fruits.
2. For the best special Fruits,
it. For the best growing Feins.
4. For thu best (cut) Hoses.
". For the best (cut) Shrubs and
0. For the bet grow lug Palms.
7. For the best Orchids.
8. For the bet .Bouquet.
0. For the best Floral Designs.
10. For the best Vegetables.
MVISION II ltAIItr l'KODUCi:.
1. For the best Fiikiu of Huttcr, 10 lbs.
2. For the -eeond bet ditto ditto
!1. For tho best pound of Butter, the
cxhlhitois being housiekeepeis
making their own Butter.
1, For thu second best ditto ditto
C. For the bet Cheese.
DIVISION III AGKICX'LTUItE.
1. For the ben Jtlce.
2. For the best Ceroal (other than
3. For the best Fodder Plants.
4. For the best Siiirar Cane.
5. For tho best Sugar.
C. For the bct Hawaiian Honey.
DIVISION IV DOMESTIC MANUFAC
TUltES. 1. For tlio bgst variety of Mats.
2. For tho best exhibits of Men's
3. For tho best exhibits of Women's
I. For tho best Kapa.
B. For the best exhibits of Calabashes
made from Hawaiian woods.
0. For the best bowls of Wood or
7. For tho best exhibits of natlve-
inadu Ornaments of any des
cription. 8. For the best exhibit of Aitiflelal
Flowcis and Wieaths.
0. For tho best home-made Saddle.
10. Tor the best home-made Harness.
DIVISION V 1'OUI.lllY AND lllims.
Pilzeswlllbe given for exhibits of a
high class character in all classes of
Domestic Fowls and Cage Bhds.
ta".Si'i:ciAi. Notice. I'i .es will also
bo ghen for meritorious exhibits In any
of thu aliow: Divisions, although not
falling with thu published classification,
also for the best exhibit of Jams,
Jelles, Pickles, and other Preserves,
made hi thu Kingdom.
Tho licccis.uy accommodation for ex
hibits will ho provided by tlio Society.
Notice in wi kings of Intention to ex
hibit is iciictcd. Blanks for tho
purpose can be had at the oDlcu of A.
Jaeger, Ksip'.,Kaabtimauu street or fiom
Kxhlhlts must bo hi place hefoio tho
openlug of the Show or tliey will not bo
entitled to compete for prles
Admission CO cents, chlldien half
pi Ice. Membeis of the Society will bu
admitted flee on presenting their re
ceipts for Miusoilptlon for the curient
Any person cnii become a member of
tho Society by pa) lug the annual sub
Ecilptlon of 9.O0.
Subscriptions ate payable to A. Jaeger
Ksqr., Acting Treasiuer.
By order of thu Board of Manage
ment. J. S. WI1III1,
Having secured the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
lie will in future attend to the wants of
my p'ltioas in lio Billiard Room.
o. j. McCarthy.
MONEY TO LOAN!
npilE undersigned imve Sixty Thous.
X am) Dollars to loan, in sums of not
less thnii one thousand dolUra upon
SMITH, THUHbl'ON & KINNEY,
lCflif CO Fort Street, Honolulu.
" ii rlbnia n
13y tlio SluuniuT Australia, duo next wcolc, J will rcceivo a
largo assortment of
Dry & Fancy .Goofls, Clta's Clolns.
A Fine assortment of Philadelphia
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
An Immense line of
Emli'oileview and Luces,
Also, a full assortment of
Dress Goods & White Goods
In all tho New Sumnior Shades.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1021 (Opposite W. G. Irwin & Co's.)
Having bought the
From the Temple of Fashion at greatly rrilur-cil rate), we now otTer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
These goods are llrst class la eery icspect and contUt of all grades and nutl
ities of '
Hie, Mill for me Ricl m Poor alike.
In offeriing them to our cimtomerrt no would most respectfully draw their at
tention to the fast that wo aru giving llicm tho hanellt of our chea'p baigiln nud
invito the public in genera! to give us a c ill nnd examine these goods beloro pur
chasing elsewhere. Ourusuul lluoof
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is too well known to need ei-pcclal comment. Gil
IMl'OKTKIl AND DKALEIl IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Stroets, Honolulu.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
The Undersigned, I HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tlio 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 former
yeais, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, as albo for bcleet par
ties given by tlioir late Majesties Kamehameha IV, Kamchameha V, and
Lunalilo, and having the honor of supplying the picsent royal household
with tho delicacies produced iu my establishment; having over foity years'
practical experience in this line of business.
I'raellrtil Confectioner, PnMry Cook nml Oniniiiiiti-i- in Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotol Street,
Between Hotol and Nuuanu Strcots,
Both Telephones No 74. (on Sm) Honolulu, H. I.
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUtfDBOKGS,
LUBItf'S, - ATKINSON'S,
EASTMAN 'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FAHINA GEHMAN COLOGNE, &a.
Uov Snle nC ZReaisoiijible DPrioes.
"93 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
entire Stock of
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