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WEDNESDAY. MAY 1. IHH7.
Bk Uulllermn from Pott TVakcly on
route to Lallan, 8 A
VESSELS LEAVING 10-MOr.ROW.
Bk Lady Lampion for San Francisco
btmrlwaliitil lorLahahia and llumukua
ut U u iu
For Sail Francisco, per bark Lady
Lampoon, Miiv 6 Mrs Geo E AlLn.
From San iFriiiicloo, pur bk Forest
QiU'en, Jluy 3 Col Sam Xorris, V .f
Forsyth, mid Mls F how.
The schooner ller.i win 2.1 days from
this port to San lrauclseo; the Anna
17 days from ICnliuliil to San I'runeisco;
tliu S S Austiullii was 7 days and 10
hours on lior last up trip; the bark 0 It
Bishop was 18 days; tho schooner W S
Uowne, IS days: tho Mnry Wlnkelmau,
l?y, days, nnil tiio bark 1' O Peterson,
ill days from til's port to San FraucK-o.
The Kurekn and .1 I) Spreckels loft
Sail Francisco for this port; tho Anna
for Kahulul, on April s:i; tho Sonoma
on tho lillh, mid tho Glengabcr on the
S!0th, left for this port.
The V S Jlowno on her next trip will
be commanded by Capt Jtltihm formerly
master of the Jjoru Jtluhin. Captain
I'anl has gone to l'uget sound to super
intend the completion of his new
Capt Grllllths formerly of the J C
Ford, has been appointed to command
the baik Sonoma, vlco Capt Howes.
The barkGulllermo, Saiidmaiin, mas
ter, arrived here yestcrduv evening. !I0
days from Port' Blakcly with 401,61)0 ft
of lumber for Callao, HA. The Gull
lerino put In here for repairs as she was
The bark Lady Lampoon has cleared
at tho Custom House for San Francisco
with 10,807 bags of sugar valued at
8":i,r29 07. She has postponed her sail
ing until to-morrow on account of the
The Glcngaber, now on tho way from
iSan I'r.inciseo to this port has been
charteied by Williams, Dlmond & Co
for the trip. She will probably be cou
iSlgucd to JJavlcs & Co.
" VESSELS Iff PORT.
TJktne Morning Star, Turner
Ilk Colusa. Backers
llktuo Ella, Ituxt
Uktue Amelia, Xewhall
Bk Lady Lamp-on, MurMnu
Bk llop'e, Penhallow
8 S Australia, Houdlett
Bk Forest Qiiceu, Winding
Am bark Tlniour, Urewer, sailed
from Boston Dec 17, duo May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
due May 1-20
Brit bk Scottish Lassie, W Slncer,
sailed from Liverpool Jim 10 duo May
Am bktno Hattlc S Bangs, Tcrrill,
from Hongkong, due April lO-'.IO
Am bktnc John Worster, from Xuna
Imo, B O, duo May 20-30
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from Xew
York March 20, due September 5-30
Am bk C O Whitmans, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, due May 20-1)0
BOLSTER In Honolulu, May 3rd,
lo tho wife of A. S. Bolster, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tub Itcdwood-Micliicls all'ray end
ed in a discharge of all concerned.
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Thu Agricultural Society is mak
ing preparations fortho annual show,
tho 1'lth instant.
Hawaiian bix pur cent bonds nro
quoted -by a London financial report
of March lltli, at 103.
His Ex. W. M. Gibson, who has
been ill at 'Waikiki for the past week,
was able to conio to town this inorn-
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Thk H. Y. & B. C. minstrel com
pany received a lot of now music,
etc., by tho steamer yesterday, for
the coming entertainment.
Wildeu'h S. S. Co. has a largo now
blackboard, at tho oilico entrance,
on which will bo heraled the sailing
of their vessels, for public conven
ience. Mn. F. L. Clarke was engaged to
lecturo on tho Hawaiian Islands be
fore tho California Art Association,
on tho fith and tho 10th of this
Wm. Mooro, a well-known hack
driver was yesterday lined $-10 and
ijll.80 costs for assault and battery on
a policeman. An appeal to tho Su
preme Court was noted.
It is reported that tho Road Super
visor, besides receiving u salary, has
six horses, belonging to himself, that
draw $2 per day each from tho
Mitfi. J. I. Dowhott and her son
Edward left San Francisco for Now
York two days ahead of tho Royal
party, and after a brief stay ia New
York will go direct
by fcteamcr to
Havre, I rancu.
Thk Biii.urri.s' is under lasting
obligation to Colonel 8, Norris, for
innumerable papers scut from the
Coast, during his stay thero, and
.another big batch, biouglit along
with him yesterday.
Thk process of "swearing in" of
thu oilicers of the Kaimiloa was
.effected yesteiday. Those gentlemen
received their commissions a fortnight
ago. Commission first and oath
second, scorns liko putting tho cart
before tho horsr.
II. Kai'1'..va, a Hawaiian who lias
been abroad for years, enmo homo by
tho Australia yesterday, diessed in
thu height of fashion. When ho came
nshoro with his black stovo-pipo
artistically set upon his knob, with
im esthetic English gait, all tho
natives on tho wharf gazed at him
and followed him as though ho wero
A comoi: (a mut, and iiuiillMte
for sale, See advt.
A laugh party of ladies and gentle
men lmvu unimged to attend Mrs.
Strong's dancing school.
Thk bark Mercuiy, Captain Panno,
was on tho berth at Hongkong for
Honolulu on the 20th March.
Exoi.Ni: Companies Nos. 1 and 2
and tho Hook and Ladder Co. will
hold their lespectivo meetings to
night. A sale of valuable land on Maui
will take place on Saluiday next at
12 o'clock noon at ttilesiooiu of
Messis. E. P. Adams & Co.
Thukk hundred tons or 1,0:18
pieces and 113 llttings of tho now
water pipes, came by tho Australia
.yestcrdav, for the Honolulu Water
At the Police Court this morning,
two drunks paid .$( each. Other two
remanded to 5th instant. A case of
laiceny, one of assault and battery,
one of gaming, and ono of adultery,
also remanded to uth instant.
A VAitiKTV company arrived from
tho Colonies yesterday per hark
Makah, and will open in the Opera
Housu with American, English,
Scotch, and Irish burlcMptu song and
dance on Sattuday evening next.
At the meeting of Engine Co. No.
4, last night, tho following ticket for
tho next general election, was un
animously approved : C. II. Wilson,
Chief; F. Hustace, 1st Assistant; J.
F. Morgan, 2nd Assistant.
Accoitw.va to tho Japan '"Gazette"
of tho fith ultimo twenty-six Japa
nese, male and female, who emigrated
to Hawaii some time ago, returned to
Japan on thu 2'Jth March by tho City
of Bio do Janeiro. They appear to
be dissatisfied with the island.
American bark Mercury,
sailed hence on tho Uth Feb-
arrived in Hongkong on
Elth, having made the pus-
.12, days not bad tunc for tho
old historical ship. ISo word yet
received from the Lilian, Capt. G. B.
Holland, which vessel sailed for
Hongkong via Baker's Island, tho
week following tho Mercury.
Woodcuth of Queen Kapiolani and
distinguished personnel of her suite,
havo been produced in Eovcral of the
San Francisco daily papers. Tho re
presentations are good, had, and in
different, that of Governor Dominis,
ranking among tho first-named. A
representation of tho Palaco with tho
band in fiont, includes an inimitable
likeness of tho indefatigable Bcrger,
as do stands at the head of his corps.
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Tin: Ameiicau baik Abbio Carver,
Captain Pendleton, well known at
this port, was wrecked on tho island
of Sanasana to tho east of Formosa,
shortly after the 8th of August, while
on her way from Hongkong to Callao.
The crew put to sea in boats. The
ship was broken to pieces that night
by a typhoon. All lives are supposed
to be lost.
Tin: countcnauco of Col. M.
Thompson shono with delight yes
teiday, as ho stood on the Post
Oilico steps and learned, on perusal
of a letter from his son, Lieut. Percy
W. Thompson, U. S. It. M stating
that he has been detached from tho
revenue cutter Crawford and ordered
to join tho revenue steamer Dallas at
Portland, Maine. Lieut. Thompson
is delighted at tho change from Key
West, where he has been for three
LATE ARRIVALS AT THE EAGLE HOUSE.
May ard Mr. W. S. Forsyth,
Guatemala; Mr. W. Bcrlows and
May 4th Mr. and Mrs. Holmes,
Maui ; Mr. Woolfong, Hawaii.
London ; M. J.
Franklin, San Francisco; Ben
Schloss, San Francisco; W. It.
Terry, London; E. Schulze, Ger
many ; M. II. Bcdolfc, S. S. Austra
lia; Lieutenant Mitkov, Russia.
DEATH OF MRS. ARUNDEL.
By a cablegram which was re
ceived yesterday by Mr. T. Rain
Walker, acting British Vice-Consul,
the sad news was conveyed of the
death of Mrs. J. T. Arundel, which
took place- at Worthing, Sussex,
England, on Monday, April 18th.
Heartfelt sympathy is universally
felt for Mr. Arundel iu this irrepar
A SUnPRISE-$20,000 WANTED.
A gentleman arrived yesterday,
per S. S. Australia, with authority
to make an attachment of the pro
perty of Mr. Rosenthal, storekeeper
on Niiuanu street, pending tho pay
ment of S20.000. Mr. W. It. Castle
has been entrusted with tho legal
part of the business. Tho store has
been closed and other proceedings
will follow in duo course.
PRINCE LEOPOLD'S EXPECTED VISIT TO
A special to tho Ihillclin says:
Society is anticipating an interesting
event in the visit of l'rinco Fred
erick Leopold of Prussia with his
suite, who left Germany last summer
for a tour round the world. Thu
l'rinco will probably bo iu San Fran
cisco nbout the 1st of May. Already
the German citizens are moving to
provide for hint a suitable reception,
in which tho .city authorities will
England will achieve no glory by
bombarding the defenseless ports of
The S. F. Cull Hiys that the
Chinese passengers who arrived iu
San Francisco by the steamer City
of Sydney number 072 iu till. Of
these 70 are iu tiatisit for Honolulu
and Panama, mid the remaining 42,
who aro without cerlillcates, will
trust their chances to the ever-ready
wilt of habeas corpus. Surveyor
Tiniiiu was busy ull day in examin
ing the credentfalsof tiic others, but
did not discover any suspicious cer
tificates among them.
By the next t'lp of the Australia
from San Frmnisco, leaving there
on tho 21th May, n large company
of freemasons is coming to Hono
lulu. Ono hundred is tho limit.
When the Australia left on April 20,
we nro informed by private letter
from San Francisco that seventy-five
were already secured, mid that there
was every probability of the full
hundred coming. This will be quite
a large temporary addition to our
CREAT EVENTS FORESHADOWED.
Wo have received private advices
of the probable results of the meet
ing of the Imperial Federation
League, in London, on tho 2nd
April. Lines of steamers from Vic
toria, British Columbia, to China,
Japan and Australia, touching at
Honolulu, and a cable from the
same point to Australia, via theso
Islands, our correspondent, who is
in a position to know, assures us arc
undertakings which will be accom
plished. POSTAL PROMPTITUDE.
It a pleasure to be able to com
pliment the Post Odlco employees
on the cfliciency of their work. Yes
terday thirty-four hags of mail re
ceived at the ofllcc at half-past two
o'clock. The city letters were sort
ed and placed in their boxes, and
the foreign mail for Maui, Hawaii
and Kauai dispatched to its desti
nation. Tho W. G. Hall took 12
bags, tho Leliua 18, and the Mika
hala !). The residents of tho other
islands will receive their mails very
promptly. Thu papers were sorted
during the evening.
CHINESE DEVOTION TO QUEEN VICTORIA.-
The leading members of tho Chi
nese community of Singapore, in
addition to their liberal subscrip
tions to the Imperial Institute in
celebration of tho Jubilee year of
Her Majesty's reign, havo for
warded to the Governor of the
Straits Settlements, a cheque for
S3, 000, to procure for Government
House a statue of the Queen as a
memorial of tho Jubilee and of their
devotion to the Throne. "John"
knows when he is well off 1
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS EVEN
ING. Religious services will be held this
evening at St. Andrew's Cathedral,
the Lyceum, and Foit Street
Church. Rev. Geo. Wallace will
olllciato at St. Andrew's Cathedral.
The subject at tho Lyceum prayer
meeting will be "The Development
of the Christian Life." A business
meeting will follow, at the close of
the prayer meeting. At Fort Street
Church, the subject will bo
"Hawaii, tho Ilawuiiaus." A ten
minute address will be delivered by
Mr. W. O. Smith. Mrs. J. M.
Whitney will speak on temperance
work among Hawaiian?, and Mr. S.
I). Fuller on tho Hawaiian branch
of the Y. M. C. A.
TO COLONEL CEO.
Our townsman, the Hon. Geo. W.
Macfarlane, was present at a Levee
held at St. James's Palace on the
Uth March, by his Royal Highness
tho Prince of Wales, on behalf of
Her Majesty, and presented to tho
Prince by tho Hawaiian Islands
Charge d'Affaircs. Presentations
to his Royal Highness at this Court
are by the Queen's pleasure con
sidered as equivalent to presenta
tions to Her Majesty. Colonel
Gcorgo also attended tho banquet
given April 2mt ny the imperial
Federation League in London, being
invited by Lord Bercsford and Mr.
II. M. Kcassy, vice president of the
Canadian Pacific Railway. II. R.
II. tho Duke of Cambridgo presided
and 200 guests wero present.
At the Levee tho Colonel was
specially honored by tho Princo of
Wales recognizing him, and shaking
him heartily by the hand. By
special invitation, tho Colonel re
mained at the Palace throughout
the Levee, thereby having an
opportunity of interviewing a large
circle of distinguished Diplomats
SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS.
JUSTICE M'CULLY, l'RXSIDlXQ.
Tuusdav, May Jld.
In le. bankruptcy of Leu Wing
Keo, alias Mokeau. Petition of
Hon. AV. C. Parke, assignee, for
approval of accounts and discharge,
was heard, when it was ordered that
tho accounts be approved and assignee
discharged, to take effect upon his
llling creditors' receipts for dividends
at tho rate of 2.1.7-24 per cout.
Assignee iu person.
In re. J. R. Robertson vs. O. T.
Shipman, assumpsit, on a trausciipt
of judgment from Polico Court of
Iltlo. The period of execution is
sued in tho case having lapsed,
motion ioWtond said porioil to July I .
1, 1887, waa granted. Ashforu aj
Ashlord for plaintiff.
QUEEN KAPIOLAUI'S ARRIVAL AT SAN
Tho arrival of Queen Kapiolani is
thus described by tho S. F. Cull of
the 21st April:
"Contrary to the expectation both
of her ouneis and of seafaring men
generally, tho steamer Australia,
li oni Honolulu with Her Hawaiian
.Majesty on board, did not put in an
appearance iu this city until early
yesterday morning. Throughout thu
whole of Tuesday anxious watchers
on either side of the Golden Gate
scanned every quarter of the horizon
with telescopes and binoculars of
various degrees of strength and
magnitude, in the hope of catching
a glimpse of the steamer and an
nouncing to San Francisco that
royalty was in sight. Their efforts
were, unhappily, futile, for the
steamer was not signaled until
about 0 :.'10 o'clock yesterday morn
ing, when the intelligence was
flashed to the Merchants' Exchange
that tho vessel was in sight and
would be nt tho wharf at 7:00 A. st.
In consequents of the early hour at
which this news was received it was
impossible to securo its general dis
semination, and the only indications
that the Australia's freight was any
thing more precious than tho ordi
nary cargo of sugar and bananas
was the royal standard of Hawaii
proudly floating at the masthead.
The Australia passed safely through
the Golden Gate and up lha harbor
without notnble incident. Ilcr deck,
however, was alive with people. All
nationalities were represented in the
crowd hanging over the bulwarks,
but there was a prominent represen
tation of ladies and gentlemen of
dark hue. These were tho members
of Queen Kapiolaui's suite, and the
two stout ladies dressed in mourn
ing, seated in' comfortable-looking
cane chairs in the center of the
crowd, were tho Princess Liliuoka
lani and Her Majesty, the Queen of
the Hawaiian Islands.
Tho Queen's complexion is of a
deep olive. Her face is very broad
and full. Ilcr hair is slightly tinged
with gray, but her expression is in
dicative both of goodnature and
benevolence. Sho wore under an
ulster of dark cloth a dress of some
plain black material, one that the
royal lady had evidently worn
several times before. The Princess
was attired in even deeper mourn
ing than the Queen, and in the
place of the ulster sho wore a heavy
Tho project of a memorial to the
Shakespeare library at Stratford-on-Avon
enlists strong support, though
appealing, perhaps, chiefly to the
sentiment of Irving, who presided
yesterday at the meeting in the
Lyceum theatre for that purpose.
He thinks Stratford will become the
Mecca of Shakespearean students,
and a library is wanted for those
who journey to the shrine, that they
may rest thero and revel in intellec
tual as well as imaginative delight.
The American minister moved the
adoption of the resolution, and made
a brief speech, expressing the belief
that Americans would contribute to
tho memorial. Frenchmen, also,
according to a telegram which Irving
received from the Theatre Francaisc,
will help. Serious students, I ima
gine, will continue to resort to the
" Bulletin" Summary
60 Columns or Original Matter.
Is now issued and will bo found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing GO columns of
reading matter 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 $2.50
per annum, including postago to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hcwett, Merchant street,
and Biillktik Oillce.
HAVING recently engaged a first,
il.iss (Jihler and Moulding Maker,
we mo now fully prcp.ned to inamifiie
tme, repair ami ru gild uny kind of work
in our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames made oier as good ns new, and
at prices within thu teach of all. Tho
pulilic iiiu invited to call and Inspect
tome of this work. Heinember, any
tiling that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, Uronze, Copper or Metal wo can
do. KING UUOjJ., Aht Stoke. 17
-1 f( LBS. Pro-h Honie-ModoChow-lUu
ii g Stick?, or fo.called II r
ln's 1'oV-, niiil f ufh, delloious Vanilla
and Chocilate (.renins whiuh I gunr.in
tie to liu fir biipurlor and mid cheaper
thin nnv iiunoried. at F HORN'S Pion
eer Steuin Candy Factory undUikcry
unil Ice Cream Parlor. bStf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour Is
olleud Tor sao by GONSALVK8 &
CO., (Juetn Street. (It
1)k. Flint's Hi:aut Jtr.Mr.iiY is a
Specillc for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kldnoys
and Circultiaon. Descriptivo book
with ovory bottle. Benton Smith &
Co., Auents. U.r)l
AJAPANi:SK AND HIS WIFE.
'I hey both unilurstaud general
niiRuwork, Thu man !) w llling to make
linsulf useful; and thu wcinnu will
wi-h. Iron and luku caro of children.
I Apply ut till otlke. 'ii lw
The Annual Sh ow
Will be hold this year in tho Society's
largo Hall at thu Government Xuisery,
on Kiii fctrcit, and adjacent grounds,
0s May, Mar HtD,
Ilctivccu tho hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Exhibits aro invited In the various
divisions named in tho schedule given
Division I Horticulture.
Prizes will be given as follows:
1 . For tho bc-t variety of Fruits.
2. Tor tho best special Fruits.
For the best growing Ferns.
For the best (cut) Hoses.
For tho best (cut) Shrubs
For the best grow lug Palms.
For the best Orchids.
For tho beat Bouquet.
For tho best Floral Deign.
For the best Vegetables.
Division II Dairy Produce.!
For tho best Firkin of Uutter, 10 lbs.
For the scrond best ditto ditto
For tho best pound of II utter, the
exhibitors being housekeepers
making their own lluttcr.
For the second best ditto ditto
For tho bet Cheee.
Division III Agriculture.
For the beat Rice,
lor the best Ceroal (other than
For the best Fodder Plants.
For i he best Sugar Cane.
For the b-'st Sugar.
For the best Hawaiian Honey.
Division IV Domestic Manufactures.
1. For the best variety of Mats.
2. For thu best exhibits of Men's
For the best exhibits of Women's
For tho best Kapa.
For the best exhibits of Calabashes
made from Hawaiian woods.
For tho best bowls of Wood or
For the best exhibits of natlve
mado Ornaments of any des
cription. For the best exhibit of Artificial
Flowers and Wreaths.
For the beet home-made Saddle.
For tho best home-made Harness.
Division V Poultry and Birds.
Prizes will be given for exhibits of a
high class character Iu all classes of
Domestic Fowls and Cago Birds.
tST Special Notice-Prizes will also
bo given for meritorious exhibits In any
of tho above Divisions, 'although not
falling with tho published classilleatlon,
also for thu best exhibits of Jams,
Jellies, Pickles, and other Preserves,
made lu thu Kingdom.
The necessary accommodation for ex
hibits will be provided by the Society.
Notice in writings of Intention to ex
hibit is requested. Blanks for the
purpose can bo had at tho oftlce of A.
Jaeger, Esqr., Kaaliumanu street or from
Kxhlblts must bo In placo before the
opening of tho Show or they will not bo
entitled to compete for prizes.
Admission CO cents, children liul
price. Mcmbcis of tho Society will bo
admitted frco on presenting their re
ceipts for subscription for the current
Any person can become a member of
thu Society by paying the annual sub
set Iptlou of $5.00.
Subscriptions are payable to A. Jaeger
Ksqr., Acting Trcasuicr.
lly order of tho Hoard of Manage
ment. J. S. WE11B,
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo had fiom
J. II. Sopi:h, : :
A, M. IIuwf.tt, I
J. W. HiNau:v, :
: : Hotel Street
Having tccutej tho services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
Ho will In future attend to the wants of
my patrons la tho lillllard ltoom,
o. j. McCarthy.
MONEY TO LOAN!
THE undersigned have Sixty Thous.
anil Dollars to loin, Iu sums of not
less than on u thousand dollars upon
HMITII.'THUKS'TON & KINNEY,
ISfWtf OU Foil Street, Honolulu.
r P flBMTJw
By the Steamer Australia, duo next week, I will receive a
large assortment of
Dry & Fancy Goods, Clflrofl's Cloing
A Fino assortment of Phllailelhla
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
An immense Hue of
3EmtioiIevie aud Laces,
Also, a full assortment of
Dress Goods & White Goods
Iu all thu New Summer Shades.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(Opposllo W. G.
Having bought the
doing and Gents' Fiiruisliii Goods
From tho Temple of Fashion at crcntly reduced rates, wc now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which du y competition.
Theso goods nro first clais hi every icspeci and comlit of all grades and qtvil
doing, Snitarjle or llic Rico and Poor alo.
In nflonlnc them to our customers wc witild mnit rpspcc'fully draw their at
tention to the fait that we aru giving ihcm ih'j b-netlt of our clica'n birgiln fl'id
invite the pulilio in u"iierijl in iivu us a c ill and ex inline these goods betoro pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usu.d liuu of
HATS, GAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is too well known to need especial comment. CO
IMrOUTEIl AKD UK A LEU 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, 1 HORN, Proprietor of tho
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 iu nil cases tho 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 nil state occasons, as also for select par
tics given by their iatu Majesties Kanieliaincha IV, Kamchaincha V, and
Lunalilo, and having the honor of supplying the. present royal household
with the delicacies produced iu my establishment; having over forty year
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, PaMry Cook auil Oriinuienter lu Ilouotnlu.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nnuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (05 :tm) Honolulu, H. I.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising thu well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LTINDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
Ioi Sale at HLeivNoiiatle DPrioe.
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL;
E OF FASHION
Irwin & Co's.)
Egan & Co.'s
entire Stock of