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TUESDAY, MAY 3. 1887.
Bktno Mnkah from Ncwcaftlo, NSW
S S Aiotrnlla from Sin Franclwo
llkttio Koicst Queen from S in l-'rantUeo
Stmr l.cluui for Liilmltia, Mniilntu, Ma
knia, Kawalbue, Unl.iilaU. Ilouointt
and lido otfipm
StmrW G llnli for Lulinlun, Mau'aea,
Komi mill Knu nt :t i m
Stmr J A Ciiiiuiiliis for Kool u
Stmr Mlknlmla for Kiiunl (it fi p in
Sclir C'umito for Lnupahoohou
Sclir Wnlclui for Walitniia nncl W.ilnlua
Sclir Waloll for Kumi
Sclir Walinnlu for 1'iiimlkoii nnil Hllo
Bjrtno Consuelo for Han Francisco nt 3
o'clock i m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk Lady Liuiiiisoii for San 1'ranclsco
For Muni, ior xtmr Llkellkc May l!
Hon John W Kalna ami wife, Nov A O
Forbes, MUs Marv E Green, Andrew
Moore, W 1 A Brewer, llev Father .1
llifipcl. It V Meyer, Elder Gciinaliio,
Captain 1) Toomey, V Wlttrock and
about 80 deck passenew.
For Hllo, Maalaea, Lahnlna and ICn
walliau per siinr Klnaii, May 2 Ills
Honor Chief Justice Judd, Mrs A V
fluid, Hon J L Knuliikoii. Major V V
Asbford, Hon S Parker, W M Glffard
and wife, A 1 I'ctereon, Chsis Ciclh
ton, Hon H G Wilder, W A Kinney, Mls
J.ow, 0 Furneaiix, F li Aklna, Kong
I.cen, AV Kokl ami son. Moses Awnlua,
Sam Kalalau, W J Wright, C C Ken
nedy, J Odcrklrk. J X Wilght, llevE
S 'I'lmoteo, B Oiioma, and about ICO
deck. For the Volcano Mrs Higghis,
Crowby and W CI Cafron.
For tan FrancUoo, per bgtno Con
suelo. May 3 Mrs L B Kerr and 2 chil
dren. From San Francisco, per S S Austra
lia, May 3 ArtlitirGieenwooiI, MKold
lcr. M J Franklin, Ben Sellings. Mtij Van
Vllet and w Ife, Dr Lucy M Imjersoll,
Ernst ScliuU, CaptT 11 Hobrou, wlfo
and son, Miss Kato Gray, II Kapena, A
11 Smith, S Magiiln, II J Halt and Son,
W E Terry, WH Holmes and wife, 22
steerage and 70 Chinese.
vKTlic bgtno Consuelo called for San
Franclsuo this 3 p in with fi,(!51 bags of
sugar valued at 10,087.12.
The S S Australia left Sari Francisco,
April 20, 1887, at 3:07 p in, being de
layed ono hour by the mall being late.
First 2 days, strong W X W w inu with
rough Irregular sea. Sighted several
vessels but signalled none. Last 5 days
moderate trades variable in direction.
Took on Honolulu pilot at 1 :33 p in,
May 3. 118 pas-cngcis and 1,050 tons
Bktnc Morning Star, Turner
Bk Colusa, Backers
Bktuo Ella, Bust
"Bktno Amelia, Xewhall
Bk Lady Lanip:on, Marston
JJk Hope, Feuhallow
S S Australia, Houdlett
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Ain bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed
from Boston Dec 17, duo May 1-20
.Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
One May 1-20
Brit bk Scottish Lassie, W Singer,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 due May
Am bktno Hattlc S Bangs, Tcrrlll,
from Hongkoug, due April 10-30
Ain bktnc John Worster, from Xana
Imo, B C, duo May 20-30
Am bk St Luclc, sailed from Xow
York March 20, duo September 0-30
OBADDOCK WEBSTER In this
city, May 3d, 1887, at the residence of
tho bride's parents, 182 Fort street, by
tho Rev. J. A. Cru.an, Dr. S. Eincst
Craddoek, of Konn, Hawaii, to Mls
Catherluo L. Webster, daughter of Mr.
W. S Webster, of this city.
KUBEHG In this city, at tho Queen's
Hospital, April 20th, 1887, of consump
tion, Walter II. Huberg, ti native of
Xew Bedford, aged 28 years.
HILL At Waikikl, Awl I 27th, 1887,
at 7 :30 o'clock i. m., at the residence of
Mr.G. West, Mrs. Mary Hill, a native
of Port Towusend.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
MrssitH. Harrison Brothers liavo
dissolved partnership by mutual con
sont. The stenmer C. II. Bishop took n
roller to Eleolo plantation this after
noon. Tin: "Friend" for May is out, and
is very full of matter of a specially
Tin: steamer Iwalani will sail on
Thursday morning at 8 o'clock for
Lalmiiift and Huinakua.
Tub steamer's arrival was too Into
for us to give a full nummary of for
eign news to-day.
The regular monthly mooting of
Moclianio Engine Co. No. 2 will bo
held at their hall to-morrow evening
t 7 :30 o'clock.
The "Herald" says, it is under
stood that it liquor licenco has been
granted to a Chinamaii for l'ojn,
The mniinn cadets weio jubilant
this noon. Thoy pulled about tho
bay in ono of tho Kaiiniloa's boats
with great hilarity.
A meeting of Biitish subjects will
bo hold at tho Biitish Club next
Friday evening, to consider measures
for thu celebration of Queen Victoria's
Jubilee. AH British subjects nro in
vited to nttond.
Puiihuakt to provious notification,
Mr, P, O. Jones met a company of
young nion ut thu Y. M. C. A. Hall,
last night, for tho mirposu of organi
wing a hook-keoping class. No less
than lfi young men presented thorn
belves all anxious to place themsel
ves under Mr. Jones' tuition.
The brigantino Consuelo sailed nt
3 o'clock this afternoon for San Fran
cisco. Mrs. L. 11. Kerr ami two chil
dicn were passenger by her.
May thanks to Mr. Bedolfc, tho
obliging purser of tho Australia, for
his kindness in furnishing us with u
splendid tile of into papers.
The baikentino Mnkali, from New
castle, X. H. W, excited considerable
attention this noon, by rolling
heavily whilu being towed in by tho
Nine bundled and forty-four tons,
or nbout 15,000 bags of sugar were
brought to this port, from Haiku
Mill, for the month of Apiii, by tho
Pacific Navigation Co.'s vessels.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning,
at his salesrooms, Mr. Lewis J. Levey
will sell the nicichandihoiu tho bank
rupt estate of C. T. Akuna, partial
hits of which aro specified in an
To-Monnow morning mark, to
morrow morning, May 4th at 10
o'clock, Mr. O. Duval's household
furniture will-bo submitted to auction
by Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. The
sale will be nt Mr. Duval's residence,
Mit. Oeding, having sold out his
business and intending shortly to
leave the country, requests tho pre
sentation of all claims against him,
by thu loth of this month, and the
payment of nil bills owing to him, by
tho fust day of next month.
Mil. M. N. Sanders, successor to
Mr. Oeding in the baggago express
business, notifies the public Unit ho
will use his best endeavors to meet
tho wishes of pcoplu requiring his
services. His stand is on King street,
tho same as occupied by Oeding for a
number of years. His telephone
number, both the Bell nnd the
Mutual, is 8(1.
THE ROYAL PARTY.
The Koyal Patty left San Fran
cisco, April 27th, for Washington,
D. C, in tho new car "Yrora," in
the special care of T. U. McKay,
the well-known agent of the llur
An ingenious piece of workman
ship in the form of a cup or howl,
was presented to Mr. Seaborn Luce
this morning. It consists of 131
small pieces of different colored
native woods fitted closely together
and turned by a lathe into a cup or
bowl. Tho artist is Mr. Reed, of
the Honolulu Iron Work.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Thomas Square this
evening, commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Tho folio wing is tho pro
Overture Tho Kxilcs Gaesner
Polka Tho Dragoons Fulirbach
Finale Carmen Bbct
Selection Bohemian Girl lialfo
Gavotte Sv, cetheart
Waltz Flowers of Joy
March A Fine Evening....
. . Beyer
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.
The Government Gazette announ
ces that oillcial information has been
received through M. II. Fccr, Con
sul and Commissioner of France,
that it is proposed to hold an Inter
national Exposition at Paris, open
ing on March 5th, 1889, and closing
on the 31st of October following.
The Gazette contains a list of the
ofllcers of the Kaimiloa, previously
announced, but no new appoint
ments. Tho Secretary of the Hoard of
Health makes a statement of the
receipts and expenditures of tho de
partment, which wo arc unable to
notico more fully in this issue.
TAKINC THE OATH.
THE KAIMILOA CROWD " SWOUN IS."
There was more than tho usual
excitement around the Pacific Mail
wharf this morning, the centre of
attraction being the Kaimiloa. Tho
motley crowd divided up into twos
and threes, criticizing the ship and
her ofllcers. One old sea dog was
heard to remark, "She's a prett'
kind of a plaything, hut it's all
right I suppose, tho country's ricli
and can nfford it." Another critic
ventured to ask, was tlio country's
credit good enough to disburse all
expenses tills vessel may incur in a
foreign port. "For instance, would
tho butcher and the baker in a port
like Sydney, accept tho Admiral's
draft on Hie Hawaiian Treasury in
settlement of a provision account,
or would the wholo box and dice
have to bo brought to the hammer
for the benefit of whom it may con
cern?" These and such like re
marks formed the topics of conver
sation, whiio the arrival of the
Supreme Court ofllcial was awaited.
Two longitudinal hollow pieces of
iron lay on tho wharf, and wcro
objects of curiosity to the beach
combers. Ono guessed them to be
gatling guns, while another sug
gested they were submarine tele
scopes, which nccounted for their
being 60 rusty, but the mystery was
linolly cleared up by the boatswain
informing all enquirers that thoy
A few minutes after 10 o'clock,
thcro was observed to be extra
bustle on board the craft. It was
apparently caused by the urrivo of
an ofllcer from tho Supremo Court,
who attended for tho purposo of
"swearing In" captain, ofllcers and
crew. '1 he boatbwaln's malo roared
out in a stentorian voice, "Soainffn,
marines, cooks, boys and bottle
washeis, and all who are going to
sea in this craft, lay aft mid sign
articles." Tho admiral and ofllcers
appeared in uniform, aud in a few
minutes tho ceremony was over, tho
crowd dispersed and .the "dead
maiincs" wore ejected through thu
THE BRIDAL BELLS.
This morning, Dr. S. Ernest Crad
doek was united In holy matrimony
with Miss Catherine L. Webster,
daughter of Mr. W. S. Webster of
this city. The ceremony was per
formed by tho Roy. J. A. Crtizan
nt the residence of the bride's
parents on Fort street. This after
noon Dr. Craddoek and bride de
parted for South Konn, Hawaii, by
the steamer W. U. Hall.
PORTUGUESE LADIES' CHARITABLE
)y request, wo rc-print from O
Lvso lltueuiiano, the first list of
names of persons, who have, out
sido of the ordinary membership
monthly dues, given donations in
money for tho furtherance of that
society's charitable purposes : Mrs.
Perry, Mrs. Mcndonca, Mr. V. S.
Luce, ScnhorA. deS. Canavarro, A.
Marques, $10 each; the Catholic
Sisters, and Messrs. II. Johnson,
Godfrey Hrown, A. Widcmanu and
Jaeger, 85 each ; Mr. Gcrtz, S3 ;
Fislicl, Sachs and Lewis, $2.50
each ; Mrs. Uickcrton, Mrs. Capt.
Luce, C. Macfarlanc, Ucnson &
Smith, $2 each; Mrs. Damon,
SI. 50; Mrs. Cartwright aud Mrs.
Laino, SI each ; Messrs. West &
Dow, Pico, Julis and Freitas, $1
each ; Mrs. Dudoit, 50 cents ; Sura
Caiolina dc Silva and Julia dc
Freitas, SI each. Other donations
are being received or promised,
which will be published hereafter.
0 LUS0 HAWAIIAN0.
The Portuguese organ continues
to show, signs of prosperity and of
constant painstaking for the educa
tion, instiuction aud recreation of
its readers. The geography of the
islands, which will be a thoroughly
good work, has now reached the
eastern part of Maui, giving on tho
way, a good deal of information,
dillicult to obtain. Tho recreation
part is marked by a splendid view
of Madura, in India, by a scries of
very interesting conundrums, for
the guessing of which prizes are
offered to the readers, and b'
columns of amusing stories and
items. In the political line, though
usually very moderate, as becomes
the organ of a nationality who have
yet no political status in the coun
try, yet the Lxtso is clearly on the
side of the people, asking for good
government and especially for strict
justice, the utter incapacity of the
country native judges, being the
object of a very forcible item, ask
ing for foreign interference. The
news department is always full and
well selected, and proofs of tho
rapid progress of the Portuguese
colony in these islands, are noted
by the announcement of a dancing
school in Honolulu, of the founda
tion of an agricultural colony in
Kona, Hawaii, of the building of
numerous Poituguesc houses and
shops in Hilo, etc. The Portuguese
Ladies' Charitable Association pub
lishes a first list of names of dona
tions, outside of monthly member
ship, amounting to more than one
hundred dollars, which must be
greatly to the satisfaction and credit
of tho energetic lady who is the
soul of that institution, Mrs. Cana
varro. Taken all together, tho
paper is very good and Mr. Mar
ques, the editor of O Luso, may
well feci satisfied with the good
work lie is accomplishing in the
line ho has undertaken with so much
earnestness, and for which lie de
serves the full support of tha com
munity. RESULTS OF THE TABLEAUX AND
Tho two entertainments recently
given in the Hawaiian Opera House,
in aid of the British Benevolent
Society, not only afforded enjoy
ment to thoso who attended, but the
financial result to tho Society is
very satisfactory. Tho gross pro
ceeds of the first night amounted to
$350.50, and of the second night to
S28G.50, which witli a donation of
810 from Messrs. J. K. Brown &
Co., aggregate $017.00. The ex
penses wero $321.20, leaving a net
sum of $325.80 towards the funds
of the British Bcnovolont Society.
This is n very handsome donation
for donation it really Is from those
ladies aud gentlemen who gratui
tously gavo their time and talents to
get up the entertainments.
THE APRIL TERM.
Tho following notice was posted
in the Supremo Court yesterday:
On tho last day of tho term it ap
peal ing that sundry cases in which
trial by jury has been waived havo
not, for want of timo, been heard,
viz.: 0, Iliihuvo vs. Kalua; 11,
Hobrou vs. Kameeiiui; lb', Parke
rs. Robinson; 1U, Louowaliiue vs.
Campbell; 38, Chung Hoy vs.
Rosenthal; 39, Orccnwell vs. Coen
per, it is ordered that they stand
over, to bo heard iu vacation by
some Justice of tho Supremo Court,
upon proper agreement of notice or
order as to tho timo of hearing.
It is ordered that the following
pases for jury trial, not called up,
stand continued to tho July term,
viz.; 10, Alisill H, Uilumu; 20,
Kalioohul! vs. Hnninuku 21, Col
burn vs. Congdon; 30, Ackerinun
vs. Congdon ; 40, Vesscy vs. Her
bert; 48, Wong See vs. Ah Chew;
52, The King vs. Robinson.
By order of the Couit,
WiM.tAM FosTiut, Clerk.
The usual lino of fresh goods on
ico nt Lewis & Co.
A FAST STEAMER PROJECTED.
New York, April 12. Robert M.
Fryer, who was identified with tho
famous Fryer process, lias been busy
with incorporating the Arrow Steam
ship Company. This company will
build a steamship which can cross
the ocean from Sandy Hook to
Qucciistown in less than six days.
Ground has been purchased at Alex
andria, Va., where the proposed
ship will be built, and the inventor
promises to launch her in November.
Late Foreip lews.
The S. S. Australia arrived this
afternoon at 2 o'clock, bringing
dates to the 2Gth ultimo.
AKIllVAI. OK QUEEN' KAMOI.AXI AT SAN
The Queen nnd Royal party ar
rived safely on the morning of tho
General Dominis would receive no
visitors during the day on account
of gout, except Commodore Belknap
of the United States navy, an old
friend of his, whom he has not seen
for several years.
A sharp carthqiuiko lias been ex
perienced over tho whole Island of
Jersey. The tremor proceeded from
West to east. No damage.
J. II. Bartlett, who acted as first
assistant engineer of the Jcannetto
during that unfortunate vessel's
cruise to the Artie, returned to this
city from the East last Thursday
and is now stopping with friends
Boston, April 23 Queen Kaplo
lani telegraphs from San Francisco
that she will accept the hospitality
of the city of Boston, which has
been rendered her through the
London, April 21. Gladstone
writes that be does not desire
another election to Parliament until
the English mind is as ripe on-tlie
Irish question as the Welsh and
Scotch minds are, but that that
time is rapidly advancing. "Any
how," he says, "I ain prepared to
face anything to defeat coercion. I
continue to hope for much from
vigorous action on tho part of the
constituencies whoso representatives
in Parliament have decisiro votes
on the issue."
St. Petersburg, April 21. Russia
has issued a 4 per cent internal loan
amounting to 10,000,000 roubles.
A traveler returned from Panama
reports there is great stagnation of
business on the isthmus, owing to
the fact that work on the canal has
almost stopped. The ravages of
smallpox in Jamaica, where most of
the men como from, has cut off the
supply from that source. The few
laborers at work arc imported.
THE POPE AND THE IRISH QUESTION.
In consequence of England's
treatment of Ireland, and the atti
tude of the Irish clergy on the Irish
question, the Pope has charged Car
dinal Shnconi to make thorough in
quiry of the whole matter, and draft
instructions for Irish Bishops.
" Bulletin" Summary
60 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will bo found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing GO columns of
reading mutter on local topics, and
a complcto resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Sopcr, Merchant street,
A. M. Huwctt, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Office.
HAVING recently engaged a first,
cl.isi Uildcr and .Moulding Maker,
wo aro now fully prepared to manufac
ture, repair and ru gild any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames lnnilc oer as good as now, and
at prices within thu reach of all. The
public aio hulled to call and inspect
tome of this work. Remember, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, lironzc. Conner or Meial wo can
do. KING UHUS., Aiit Stoiie. 17
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1 nA LBS. Frcih Homo-Moilo Chow.
lUv Ing Stick?, or so-called Uir
burs' Voles, and fash, delicious Vanilla
and Chocolate Creams which I gunriin
tee to bo far superior and cold cheaper
than any Imported, nt F. HORN'S Pion
eer rjteam Candy Factory and lUkcry
and Ico Cream Parlor. bStf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour Is
ollercd for sale by GONHALVES &
CO., Queen Street. 01
Pit. Flint'h Hkaiit Iti:.Mi:iY is a
Specific for till foims of Hcort Dis
cano ami ulno for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiuou, llescriptivo book
witli every bottlo. Deiibon Smith &
Co., AgontB. 351
AJAPANKBK AND HIS WIFE,
'1 hoy both understand general
housework. Tho man Is w Wing to mako
himself useful; and tho wonuiu will
wauh, iron and tako care of children.
Apply at this ofllco, 23 vr
The Annual Show
Will be held this year In tho Society's
larce Ilnll nt the Government Nursery,
on King street, and adjacent grounds,
Ob sitmiv, Hay utk,
Between tho hours of 10 n.m. and 5 p.m.
Exhibits nro Invited In the varlouB
divisions named In tho scliedulo given
Division I Horticulture,
will be given as follows:
'or the best variety of Fruits,
'or the best special Fruits.
or tho bet in-owing Form.
"or the best (cut) Hoses.
or the best (cut; Shrubs and
'or the best grow Ing Palms.
or the best Orchids,
or tho best Bouquet.
'or tho best Floral Dcign.
or thu best vegetables.
Division II-Dairy Produce.!
1. For the best Firkin of lJutter, 10 lbs.
2. For the second best ditto ditto
:i. For tho best pound of lluttcr, tho
exhibitors being housekeepers
making their own lluttcr.
4. For tho Hocond best ditto ditto
C. For tho best Cheese.
Division III Agriculture.
1. For the best lUec.
2. For tho best Cental (other than
15. For the best Fodder Plants.
I. For tho best Sugar Cane,
fi. For tho best Sugar.
C. For the best Hawaiian Honey.
Division IV Domestic Manufactures.
1. For the best variety of Mat.
2. For the best exhibits of Men's
3. For tho best exhibits of Women's
I. For tho best Kapa.
fi. For tho best exhibits of Calabashes
made from Hawaiian wooiK
C. For tho best bowls of Wood or
7. For tho boat exhibits. of native-
mado Ornaments of any des
cription. 8. For the best exhibit of Artificial
Flowers and Wreaths.
!). For tho best homc-mndc Saddle.
10. For tho best home-made Harness.
Division V Poultry and Birds.
PrUcs will bo given for exhibits of a
high class character In all classes of
Domestic Fowls and Cage Birds.
C2r8pecial Notice. Prizes will also
bo given for meritorious exhibits In any
of the abovo Divisions, although not
falling with tho published classlllcatlon,
also for the best exhibits of Jams,
Jellies, Pickles, and other Picserves,
made in the Kingdom.
Tho necessary accommodation for ex
hibits will bo provided by tho Society.
Notice In writings of intention to ex
hibit is requested. Blanks for the
purpose can bo had at the olllce of A.
Jaeger, F.sur., Kaaliumami street or from
r.xhlblts must bo in place before tho
opening of tho Show or they will not be
entitled to compete for prizes.
Admission CO cents, children lial
pi Ice. Mcmbcis of tho Society will bo
admitted freo on prcbcnting their re
ceipts for .subscription for tho current
Any person can become a member of
thu Society by paying the annual sub
set iptton of $o.00.
Subscriptions aro payable to A. Jaeger
Esqr., Acting Treasiuer.
By order of the Board of Manage
ment. J. S. WEBB,
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo had from
J. II. SoiT.u, : :
A. M. JIkwktt, i
J. W. Hi.soi.kv, :
Met chant Street,
i : Hotel Street
Having secured thu services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
He will in fuiuro nttond to tho wants of
my patrons in tlio Billiard Room.
a. j. McCarthy.
MONEY TO LOAN!
THE undersigned have Sixty Thous.
and Dollars to loan, in sums of not
less than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THUHSTON & KINNEY,
lOriitf 00 Fort Street, Honolulu.
By the Steamer Australia, due next week, 1 will receive a
large assortment of
Dry & Fancy C-oOuS, Gllta's doing.
A Fluo assortment of Philadelphia
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
An Immense lino of
Emlioicleries and Laces,
Also, n full assortment of
Dress Goods & White Goods
In all the New Summer Shades.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(Opposite W. 0.
Having bought the
From the Tempi o of Fashion at crcatly reduced rates, we now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which (ley competition.
Those goods are first class in every respect and consist of all grades and qual
Ming, Snitai for tie M aid Poor ale;
In oflcrilng them to our customers wo would most rcspcctfullv draw their at
tention to the fact that wo nro giving them the benellt of our cheap bargain and
invito the public in general to give us a call and examine theso goods before pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. 5'J
IMI'OUTUK AND DKALEK IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Corner Fort ft Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
The Undersigned, F. HOKN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully Informs the 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
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back ns far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their late Mojesties Kumeliamchn IV, Kamehanieha V, anil
Lunalilo, and having the honor of supplying tlio present roynl household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical itonfcctloiicr, Pantry Cook nud OrunmiMitcr In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ico 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
Compiisiug tlio well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LITNDBOKGS,
EASTMAN 'S ALOHA, IEOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &a.
U'or Sale at J5fceasoiialle Frioes.
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL: "
Irwin & (Vs.)
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