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SATURDAY. MAY 7. 1887.
Mny 0 - ,
Ger lik Hercules, Dies!, Wi uuya from
S S Zenlamlla from the (Joloiik-d en
routf for San Franeisco
HehrUatorlnn from Kintal
Sehr Km nil & Llla f i oin Koolau
Sehr Alary l'otef fiom Kiiilut
S S Zealand! i for Sun FrancUco nt 0 pm
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
8 8 Australia for Sun Franrl'co at noon
Schr Josephine for Ewa
Stmt' .Sin pi Ise for Ktinu
St nif J A Citinintns for Koolmi ,
From the Colonics, per S 8 Zealandia,
Mny 7 Mm Walker, Tllllo Walker,
Thomas Walker, .John Walker, Mls C J
Itnthbonc. 11 TopkliH. G II Luce, His
W V Callahan ami 10 Wilier.
The German bark Hcrciilci, Jlles.
master, atilvcil hero last evening 142
days from Glasgow to Hrhacfcr & Co.
Tlie Hercules brought besides 120 tons
of coal, considerable machinery ami
other iiierclinudl-o to vailous parties
The- Iron Crag, Eureka, and J D
Spreekels will sail for Sjii FraneUco
early next eck.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilktne Morning Star, Turner
Ilk Kalnkanii .
1M' rt- "17 .
"flktno Klki. Hunt
Jtktno Amelia, Xewhall
Ilk Kidy Lampson, Jlarstou
Jlk Hope, Penhnllow
8 S Australia, lloudlett
Uk Forest Queen, Winding
Hktno Eureka, Meyer
llgtnc J 1) Spreekels, Fills
Am bark Tlmour, Urewer. sailed
iroin Boston Doc 17, due May 1-20
Urlt bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
duo May J-L'O
Hnt bk Scottish Jisslc, W Shmcr,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo Mny
Am hktno Ilnttte S llangx, Ten-Ill,
from Hongkong, dim April 10-110
Am bktne John Worsler, from Xnna
lino, U, due MiiyTiO-30
Am bk St Lpele, sailed from Xew
York March 20, duo September ii-HO
Am bk C O Whltmore, T Thoni)son,
from Departuro Hay, due May 20-UO
T0CAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Zenlandiii brought a new pro
poller and shaft for tho Australia.
A coTTAGis, of a description given
in an advertisement, is wanted.
WATnn pipes aio being deposit on
3?ort street from School ntrcet down.
There will bo music and a two
mile skating race nt tho rink to-night.
Tin: S. S. Zealandin will sail at C
o'clock this evening for San Fran
cisco. Tiik S. S. Australia will sail for
San Francisco on Monday next, at
12 o'clock noon.
"Hawaiian Gods too much for the
British baby," is tho titlo of a picture
in the London Xcws of April 'Jth.
SrnciAi. attention is invited to an
Advertisement in this isuc, from tho
"Continental and Colonial Agency,"
A Mii)i)Li:-Aoi:i) man, who has seen
better days and can be trusted,
desires employment. Enquire at
the Uum.ktin ofllce.
AniiAxnuMKKT have been made for
a baseball match at 3 :'M o'clock this
ufternoon, at Makiki, between tho
Benedicts and Honolulu clubs.
The Zealandia is docked at the 1.
M. S. S. wharf this morning. On
hor way hero from tho Colonies,
heavy N. K. winds and head seas
wero continually experienced,
Is future, a sermon in tho English
languago will, bo delivered on tho
first Sunday of every month, in tho
Itoman Catholic Cathedral, after tho
7 o'clock mass.
Meshiik. F. A. Schaefor t Co.,
agents for tho German hark Her
cules, announco that neither they
nor the captain nro responsible for
debts contracted by tho cicw.
Tin: Now York "Musical Times,"
' referring to a certain concert, says
that Mis-ri Shcrwin astonished and
delighted all by exhibiting a voico
ut unusual richness, strength and
beauty, us well as great compass and
i i ...- m '
Tin: Variety Company will play at
the. Opera Houso to-night. They hud
a lohearsnl this moining, and a
Ilonoltilti gentleman who was pre
sent and is a competent judge, says
that it was iirst-elnss, and deoerves a
full houso to-night.
Tin: S. S. Zealandin brought 1)0
boxes of opium to Chun Lung, 302
sacks of potatoes for tho giocers,
besides other merchandise. She has
from Sydney for San FrnnoUco,
0,258 packages of miscellaneous
goods, and fiom Auckland for San
.Francisco, 102 packages of merchan
dise. She also has 83 cabin and 01
steerage in transit pahtongors.
ACCIDENT TO MR. J. S. WEBB.
Mr. J. S. Webb, Paymaster of the
Navy, on making nn oilluial visit to
tho Kaimiloa yesterday, tripped
over -a ropo, fell, nnd dislocated his
elbow, llo was quickly conveyed
in a hack to Dr. McKibbin olllce,
nnd had tho Joint rellxcd. Mr.
"Webb suffered considerable pain
during tho operation.
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THE AUSTflALIA O0E3 ON MONDAY.
Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co. io
quc9t us to glvo notice that tho pro
peller llttlngs for the Australia, nnd
to which attention wti9 called In lust
Thursday's Bulletin, arrived this
morning by the Zealandia. Conse
quently, the former vessel will be
despatched on Monday next, at 12
o'clock noon, in order to allow time
lu Sim Francisco to make the neces
The lloyal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this afternoon,
commencing nt 4 :80 o'clock. The
following is the programme:
March Festival Knppry
Overture The Kxllcs Oaosiier
Volka Tho Dragoons Fnlubaeh
Selection Vert-Vert Offenbach
Introduction llosnmuude. . .Schubertti
(Juadrllle-All In Mask Faust
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Following is the programme for
the free entertainment of the Blue
Hibbon League, at the Y. M. C. A.
Hall this evening:
Song Miss Hattlo Xcedhani
Recitntion liuhio Dexter
Song Willie Bcrgcr
llccitntion. . . .Miss Hcssie Dickson
Song W. O. Atwnter
A Sketch. . . .by Miss Lottie Parmn-
lec, Miss Helen Sorrcnson, and
Address , . .Mr. P. C. Jones
A GAMING CASE.
There was ,y crowded Police
vS'ourt this morning. Fifteen natives,
male and female, appeared to an
swer n charge of gaming. They
unanimously pleaded not guilt', nnd
were remanded until Monday next,
being released on bail of 850 each.
The garno in which they were dis
turbed by Ollleer Hopkins is called
ciee .a, and though of Chinese
origin, it appears to have a special
attraction for native Hawaiian.
Amongst tho passengers on board
tho Zealandia, arc the Earl nnd
Countess of Aberdeen, who have
been paying a. Hying visit to Aus
tralia and Tasmania.
Mr. Jcllicoe, the well known
lawyer in Xew Zealand, is also on
board the Zealandia. He proposes
to return in time for tho general
election, if it docs not take place by
the end of the year, and contest one
of the New Zealand city electorates.
This morning's Jlcrtthl has the
following, from its Pnia, Maui,
correspondent: The body of S. L.
Bucklnnd, late biiperintendeut of
Spreekels' water ditch in Hamakua
loa, was found this morning in the
ditch at the "Waikina screen, by the
ditch tender of that section, Chris
The body was considerably lacera
ted and had evidently passed through
several of tho pipes across the gul
ches. The authorities were duly
notified, but at this hour, 3 i. jr., it
is not known whether an inquest will
Mr. Bucklnnd was held in high
esteem by his many fiicnds on Maui,
and was a man" of integrity and
honor. It is feared that ho commit
ted suicide in a moment of low
spirits, us he had lately lost his posi
tion on the ditch. Chuiles Bctts has
been appointed superintendent in
Mr. Lewis J. Levey held a very
successful and interesting sale of
horses this noon. Fourteen horses
were knocked down singly to
various parties. Below is tho list
of sales, as they wero made:
Xo. 1, S10 to a Chinaman; No. 2,
$21 to a Chinaman; No. 3, $22 to a
Chinaman ; No. 4, $20 to a Portu
guese; No. f, $41 to a clerk In
Hackfcld's ; No. G, $1G to a China
man; No. 7, $80 to Ivauhane ; No.
8, 10 to a Portuguese; No. 9, $12
to a Chinaman; No. 10, mare and
fold, $G0 to Geo. Houghtailing; No.
11, 10 to Mrs. Singer; No. 12, 30
to Woodlawn Dairy; No. 13 with
saddle, $27 to a Chinaman; No. 14,
$40 to a Chinaman. The whole sale
THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE.
MEETING OF IIUITISII llESIDESTS.
Ill response to n call from Major
J. H. "Wodehouse, II. B. M. Coin
mlsbioucr and Consul-Gencial, about
70 or 80 British residents met Inst
evening at the British Club to take
steps for a sultnblo commemoration
of the accession of Her Majesty
Major Wodehouse took the chair,
and in opening tho meeting express
ed his pleasure at bceing to many
British residents present. Ho ex
plained the object of tho meeting,
and extolled, In a few chosen words
tho many virtues both public and
privato of Her Majesty the Queen.
It was now in order for any ono
present to offer biiggestions.
On the motion of Mr. T. Bain
Walker, Mr. John Brown was ap
pointed Secretary of the Hireling,
Mr. Walker said that in addition
to what had been set forth by Iho
Chairman, thoy would have to de
cide upon bomo method of celebra
tion. Ho suggested that the Com
mittee to bo appointed by nomina
tion would receive piopositlons as
to what form tho colebration should
take, and what amount of money
would be availablo for carrying out
After various romarlca by Captain
Mist, Mr. Justice Uiclcerlon and
Mr. Savi Igc, the Kev. Mr. Mackin
tosh offeicd the following motion:
"That a nucleus fund be origin
ated among the British residents of.
the Hawaiian Islands for the pur
pose of relieving all Indigent Biltlsh
subjects thai come to this coutitiy."
This was seconded by Mr. A. S.
Clegliorn, with nu amendment that
it be culled tho "Victoria Fund."
Mr. Walter Hill thought that tho
proper cclcbiation would he a pub
liu festival in which all could joint
After remarks by Mr. W. J.
Smith, Captain Luce and Mr. Mac
kintosh, It was moved by Mr. Wide
mann and seconded by Mr. Cation,
"that a committee of eleven be ap
pointed by the Chairman to collect
money for the fund to be called the
"Victoria Fund" to be invested for
the benelit of the British Benevo
lent Society, nnd also for tho pur
pose of celebrating the da', to bo
culled tho "Entertainment Fund."
On tho suggestion of Mr. Atkin
son, the Cliaii man appointed Messrs.
Widemauu and Clegliorn to assist
him in the nomination of a commit
tee. Mr. Walker moved that the Com
mittee report to an adjourned meet
ing to be held on Monday the lGth
The llev. II. II. Gowen expressed
n hope that in arranging the day's
doings nothing would ia dp.ro uiirt
r.TigiVw .Vi'terf ore with the thanksgiving
scrvico to be held in St. Andrew's
In reply to Mr. Geo. Lucas, it
was staled that n sum of about
$4,000 would be requited to yield
an interest of $300 per year.
Capt. Luce suggested that a
salute of llfty guns (no less) be
fired on the day of cclcbiation.
Tho Chaiimnn stated that Mr.
Ilosa, who was present, represented
His Majesty, and had intimated that
the Government would tender a
proper salute on tho day In question.
Mr. Widemann suggested that
101 guns be fired.
It was further suggested that on
the 20lh June there will be services
in tho Cathedral, a salute of fifty
guns at noon, n picnic in the after
noon, and n ball in the evening, but
no definite action was taken.
Mr. Dower suggested that the
Committee be recommended to ask
some ladies and gentlemen to give
an cntcttainmcntln the theatre.
Mr. Ilosa was introduced to the
meeting by the Chairman and stated
that it was His Majesty's dcslro to
take part in the celebration and to
give cither a dinner or a ball on that
Mr. Starkcy intimated that Mr.
Ynrndley had tendered his services
in the musical ceremony to bo given
at the Cathedral.
&Mr. E. B. Thojnas moved a vote
of thanks to the Chairman, after
which the meeting adjourned.
Following nro tho names of pas
sengers booked to lenvo by the Zea
landia to-day, at G r. m. and by the
S. S. Australia, next Moiir
day May 9th.
Per Zealandia A. Herbert, Mrs.
J. G. Downey, G. F. Rodwell, C. S.
Kynncrsley and wife, Lieutenant
Mitkoff, F. L. Cohen, Mrs. Capt.
Allen, O. G. dc Bclham.
Per S. S. Austrnlia John Purvis,
Miss Dickson, J. F. Ilackfeld.
J. T. Dare, E. Fnrr, Mrs. W. K.
Castle, F. J. Lowery, Mr. and Mrs.
Bobt. Ilalstcad, Miss Napoleon, Mrs.
S. Cook, Mrs. E. O. Hall, Mrs. E.
Beckley, Mrs. D. Carter and child,
E. P. Borden, E. S. Boiden, Mr.
Cofran, J. M. Sass, T. S. Kay and
wife, Geo. E. Whittakcr, David
Goodnlc, Sol. Ephriaru, Miss. Long,
Capt. Matson, Miss F. L. Stolz, G.
F. Holmes, W. F. Johnson and 2
children, Mrs. II. Craig, G. P.
Wilder, S. G. Wilder, Miss A. Bond,
W. T. Iliggins, Robt. Stirilng, Mrs.
Scott, Mrs. P. Savidge and son, Mis.
II. J. Nolte, Judge McCully, wife
and child, C. II. Dickey, and II. P.
By the S. S. Zealandia, the fol
lowing unpublished telegrams were
London, April 19. A Russian
fleet of flften men-of-war is prepar
ing for sen.
A French journalist stabbed Mar
shal Baaine in the head, but the
wound is not serious.
M. Flourens, tho French Minister
of Foreign Affairs, has opened tho
Tho Barou Nordenkjold, who pro
posed leading an expedition to tho
Antarctic, hopes to start at Christ
mas. Tho French press has resumed Its
furious onslaughts on England. Its
charges comprise quite a variety of
sins against the French hation.
The llnanciul position of Bulgaria
is becoming moro critical. The at
tempt to float a loan on tho Europe
an markets in order to meet the
idoio pressing engagements has en
tirely failed, and the Regency is
now arranging to mortgage tho
It Is said that tho Adelaide Board
of the Bank of South Australia esti
mate tliu possible losses nt 83,000,
while the directors consider thoy
will reach ten thousand more.
The Daily JVctcw publishes article
in which It advocates the application
of tho penny posiago system between
Great lliitulu and Australia.
M. Katkoff, tho editor of the Mos
Uow Gazette, as been olllcially re
buked for Ills
articles. The value of this repri
mand is shown by the fact that lie
has nirice been invited to the Czar's
The P. and O and Oi lent Companies
have both declined to cuter into
contracts for tho conveyance of
malls for a seven years' term, tit
60,000 a year. Negotiations have
been rcnowed, and it Is probable
that a compromise will bo effected.
Referring to Mr. ParneUs letter,
the Times savs: "No one nsket
him to prove the negative, but let
him fotce us to prove the positive,
or in default of our being able to do
so, bo punished for publishing the
Messrs. Morley, Chlldcrs, and
Sir W. V. Harcourt adopted Mr.
Gladstone's view, that Mr. Parnell
should not proceed against the
The Government of Victoria,
Australia, have authorised the ex
penditure of 15,000 for tho illumi
nation of the public buildings in
connection with the Jubilee celebra
tion. The New Orleans tioutlncestem
Christian Advocate, a newspaper
for negroes, says that, according to
its observation, the great mass of
white persons, when talking with
each other, sny "negro" (the low
bred say "nigger"), but when
speaking to negroes they sny "color
ed people," which is the same as to
.siv: "lou are negroes, but I cater
to your foolisirTyku saving
colored." "Wo can stand and pre
fer," says the Advocate, "to be
culled negroes all the time, for the
simple reason that we are negroes."
Herbert Spencer is writing remi
niscences. SUNDAY SERVICES.
Roman Catholic OATiiEunAi,
High mass at 10 a. m. Vespers at 4
Kaumakai-im Chuhch. Itcv.
Walumuu, pastor. Sunday school
0:a0A. M. 1'reuclibnr at 10'SO a.
Young people's meeting at 7 :30 l'. M.
IA11AIAIIAU JIUKUII. lll. II. Jl
rarwer, puior. Sunday school at io
a. M. Preaching nt 11 a. m.
Y. M. O. A. Young Men's Bible
Class lu the parlor at !):4o a. m., con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gos
pel 1'r.ilsu Service at C :30. r.si. Come and
bring a ft lend.
Chinese Chuhch. Fort street, near
corner Ileretanla. Mr. To Tcng Ue,
evangelist. Chinese Sttndav School,
0:30 a.m. Chinese and Kuglish Sun
day School, 2:30 v. si. Preaching 11
A. M. and 7:30 p.m. Bible class hi
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, 0:30 v. m.
FOUT-STItEET ClIUIICII. ItCV. J. A.
Cman, rstor. Sunday school at 9 :!"
A. m. Public worship at 11. Evening
scrvico at 7:30, with sermon by the
pastor, on "A Young ilau's Mistake.''
All are Invited.
Bethel Union CoNaitEQATioN.
Rev. K. C. Oggcl, pastor. Sunday
school and Bible clas to-morrow ot
!):4" o'clock. Lesson, "Tho Child
Moses." Ex. 2:1-10. Public worship
at 11 o'clock, with a sermon by the
Rev. E. C.Oggel, on "Celestial Pilzes."
All are cordially Invited. No evening
St. Anduew's Cathedral. First
Congregation. Holy Communion, U:30
a. 3i. .Morning prayer with sermon nt
0 :30 a. si. Preuelicr.tlie Bishop of Hono
lulu. Evensong with sermon by the
Rev. II. II. Gowen at 0 v. si. All seats
Seeond Congregation. Rev. George
Wallace, A. M., pastor. Morning
Prayer, with sermon, nt 11:15 a. si.;
evening prayer, with sermon, at 7 :30
i'. si. Sunday school meets at 10 a. si.
Seats free at all sen ices.
Bulletin " Summary
60 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will bo found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing (10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete 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 bad frpm
J. 11. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilcwett, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Olllce.
TN ADDITION TOOUR LARGE
JL slock of 'y und Urulu, wo have
Just rtcelvul pur stmr Austrullu, Feed
Corn Men), Ground Ontr, and Alfalfa
Ilay. Union Feed Co. as lw
HAVING recently engaged a first,
chm Uildur and Moulding Maker,
wo are now fully prep tred to manufac
ture, repair and re gild any kind of work
in our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames mndo otor us good as new, nnd
nt prices within tho reach of all. Tho
puiillc ate Invited to call nnd inspect
Kline of this work. Remember, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, Bronze, Copprr or Mulnl we can
do. KING Hum, Am- Stoiib. 17
1 fC LBS. Fre-.li Home-Mode Chow.
lUU irg Btickp, or eo.cnlled Bir.
burs' l'olcw, und fath, delicious Vunllln
ami Chocolate Creams which I gunr.iii
tie to bo fir superior and told cheaper
th'iu any Imported, nt F. HORN'S Pion
eer Steum Candy Factory utidBikery
mil Ice Cream 1'urlor. ttftf
S PERRY'S No. 1 F.imilv Flour Is
(illortd for sale by GOiNSALYEri &
CO., Queen Street. 01
Hit. Flint's Ueaut Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
etiM) and also fur Diseiihcs of Kidneys
and Ciroultinon. Doceriptivo book
with every bottle, Benson Smith fc
Co., Atenta. 351
violent nntl-Gernmri Rmsim! IImhim!! HWIV & I pi 41 M 4t II I fc ffi '&
The Annual Show
Will he held this year In the Society's
larjio Hall at the Government Xuiscry,
on King fctrcct, and adjacent ground!),
On Satnrflay, Mar Hlli,
Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 0 v m.
Exhibits nro Invited In the various
divisions named in tho schedule given
Division I Horticulture,
rrlzes will be given as follows:
1 . For tho best variety of Fruits.
For the best special Fruits.
For the best growing Ferns.
For the bet (cut) Roses.
For the best (cut) Blirubs
For the best growing Palms,
For tho best Orchids.
I'V.V ".'.n '""t JJOl'OMIlt.
For the best Floral Designs.
For the best Vegetables.
Division II Dairy Produce.
For the best Firkin of Butter, 10 lbs.
Forthe second bct ditto ditto
For tho best pound of Butter, tho
exhibitors being housekeepers
making their own Butter.
For tho second best ditto ditto
For tho best Cheese.
Division III Agriculture.
For the be't Rice.
For the bet Cemul (other
For the best Fodder Plant.
For the but Sugar Cane.
For the bct Sugar.
For the bct Hawaiian Honor.
Division IV Domestic Manufactures.
1. For the bet variety of Mats.
For the best exhibits of Men's
For tho best exhibits ot Women's
For the best Kapa.
For the best exhibits of Calabashes
made from Hawaiian woods.
For the best bowls of Wood or
For the best exhibits of natlve-
mado Ornaments of any des
cription. For the best exhibit of Artificial
Flowers nnd Wreaths.
For the best home-made Saddle.
For the best home-made Harness.
Division V Poultry and Birds.
FrUes will be given for exhibits of a
high class ehmacter lu all classes of
Domestic Fowls and Cage Birds.
tSTSpecial Notice Frizes will also
be given for meritorious exhibits In any
of tho above Divisions, although not
falling with the published classlllcntlon,
also for the best exhibits of Jams,
Tellies, Pickles, and other Preserves,
made lu the Kingdom.
Tho necessary accommodation for ex
hibits will be provided by tho Society.
Notice In writings of Intention to ex
hlblt Is requested. Blanks for the
purpose can bo had nt the ofllce of A.
Jaeger, Esqr., Kunuuuiuuti street or from
Exhibits must be In place before the
opening of the Show or they will not be
entitled to compete for prizes.
Admission Co cents, children half
price. Mcmbcis of the Society will be
admitted frec( on presenting their re
ceipts for subscription for tho current
Any person can become a member of
tho Society by paying the annual sub
set Iptlon of 93.00.
Subscriptions are payable to A. Jaeger
Esqr., Acting Trcnsiuer.
By order ot tho Board of Manage
ment. J. S. WEBB,
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can be hnd from
J. II. Soi'Eii, : :
A, M. Hewctt, i
J. W. Hinolev, i
: : Hotel Street
Having secured the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
Ho will In future attend to tho wants of
my putrons in the Milliard ltoom.
O. J. MoOARTHY.
MONEY TO LOAN!
TIIK unilerslgnul have Sixty Thous.
iiml Dollarj to loin, in minis of not
lens than ono thousand dollars "upon
SMITH, TUUHS'TON & KINNEY,
IGtUtf QO Foit Street, Honolulu.
Just received per btinr Australia, a line assortment of
Special attention is called to our
Boy's JSilor Ac JTei'scy suits.
40 docn Boy's Linen Knee Psntr, nt a very low figure, In ilzes up to 12 years.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A lino line of Ladies' Jersey?, Lace) and EmbrnhkrlCH a great variety
Just lectlved pike) very low.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
The largest Mtock of any Iiounc !
Received direct from Eastern Manufacturers.
A complete ntsortmenl of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of a superior quality and pticcs to suit the times.
Hflfliind orders rcccivo careful and prompt attention.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(OppoMlo W. 0.
Bargains at tp & fi&'s
Having bought the entire Stock of
Clotting and dents' Fntiing Goods
From the Temple of Fashion at greatly reduced rntui, wo now oflcr them to our
numerous patrons nt prices which do y competition.
These goods are first class In every lespect and comUt of all grades and qui),
Glotlg, Suitable for tie liicli aifl Poor ale;
In o fieri lug them to our customers wo would mr)t respectfully draw their at
tention to the fast Unit wc nro giving ihem tho bincflt of our cheap burgiin and
invite the public In general to give us a call and examine these goods beloro pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. C
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
Tho Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho public that from this day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in nil 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 state occasons, ns also for select par
tics given by their lute Majesties Kamehamelm IV, Knniehaineha V, and
Lunalllo, and having tho honor of supplying the present royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, FaMtry Cook nnit Ornnmcnter In llonoluln.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu StroetB,
Both Telephones No 74- (on Um) Honolulu, H. I.
Just Received at Hoilister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Composing the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUXDBOHGS,
LUBItf'S, - ATIvINSON'S,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S;COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN" COLOGNE, &o.
For Sale a.t K.en.oiille 3Price.
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Irwin & Co's.)
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.