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MONDAY. MAY 0. 1887,
Bk Sonoma from Snn Frnnelico
Stmr Wiilinmuilo from Wuliuinc and
Stmr Mini i fiom Windwnid t'oiM
Stmr Mlkahnl.1 from Kmml
Stmr Likcllko from mil
Stmr okolll fiom Moloknl
Stmr Ewn from Kw n
Sclir Ktnmii from Kuiml
Schr Molwahine from lliimalnia
Schr Wateliu fiom Wtihihu
S X Castle from Sun Krunclseo
Schr V 8 Itowno from Sun Krnuelco
Hehr Ili-eln from Kooluu
fl 8 Australia for San Francisco, at noon
Bk Iron Crag for San Francisco
Stmr Wululenlo for Kanal, ut p m
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl, at 5 p m
Stmr Sin pi Uo for Kunii
Stmr ,f A Cummins for Koulnti
Schr Josephine for Uwa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stjnr Klnnit for Windward PortH, at 4
Stmr Likcllko for Kaliulnl and liana, at
5 p in
Htms Mlknhala for Kuiiat andNllhau, at
From Windward Fort", per Klnnu,
May 8 Hon S (1 Wilder, Unpt Win
Mntson. J W G Cofrau, MUilInwc,
MlssCrowloy, Mis margins T S Kay,
wife and L clilldren, J Bryant and wife,
"Mrs J M Dnlglc, O E Blcliaidson, Theo
PHcvciln, Mrs J K ICanelmkn, Goo E
Whlttakcr, C A Cliapln, Geo F Holmes,
K It Hinds, K Wallace, Mis Hannah
Craljr, A Smithies Geo Boss Levi
Klko, It von Tempsky, Hcv E S Tlino
teo. Kong Hap I.utij? utid 77 deck.
From Kahulnl and way-ports por
Llkcllkc, May 8 J Anderson, I) Center,
J F Sautos, Loo Fook, Awai, G 1
"Wilder, F L Stol and wife, Miss Copp,
Mm Iaea, Mrs I'unohu, C Livingstone,
"VV F Jolinstone, wlfo and children, H P
Baldwin, Major W H Cnrnwell, CH
Dickey. Akana, 1 X Mnkuc, Iter A O
Forbes, Wong Yon, Atnl nnd w Ifc, Chan
L iVnnt k' mil 1 1 iii'i- AflL'iilinln. Mnv R -
AJIUICK, 1U- ueCK uiiu i priwuvrp.
5. iK" Oropp and wife. K A Mncllc, Jr, T
X. t'ropp aim Mim. Jl -ii .uui'iiu, o r, i
rpnrvis, F W Damon, L Turner, S W
Mahoc, Mrs Gerde and II children, 2
Chinese and 13 deck.
For San Francisco, per Zealundla,
Mny 7 A. Heibert. Mrs J G Downey,
O F Hodwcll, C S Kyniiersloy nnd wife,
Lieut Mltkolf, F L Cohen, Mis Capt
Allen and U G do Bethain.
For San Francisco, per Australia,
jlay i)Mr S Savage and son. Mrs M
D Hall, BEphrlani, K Stirling, Mrs H
J Nolte, D Goodalc, J TD.ue, MisJ
Scott aud daughter, Miss Conlgan, Miss
Dickson, GE Whlttaker, Miss Long, C
2f Dickey, K Ha'stead and wife, F J
Lowrey. Judge McCully, wife and
child, Mrs Emma Beckley, Mrs W K
Castle, S Cook, Leo Tong nnd maid, W
F Hlgglns, J F Hackfeld, Mrs D Carter,
:i children and maid, II P Baldwin. J
W Cofrau, Mrs W F Johnson, Mrs L F
Stolz, E Fair, wife and child, Mrs II
Craig, J M Sass. T S Kay and wife,
Miss Napoleon, Capt Mntson, J Ituvis,
Hon S G Wilder, 8 G Wilder, Jr, and
Capt Swift. Steerage : J W Brown, T
A Thrum, II Bradley, Anderson, O
Dnval nnd family, W and U F Saylor, J
II Congdon nnd son, Geo Baker, C W
Mean. F S Klnsky, J J Mouoghan, Mrs
E Ordwny, O Johnson, A Morse, A
Jaeohseu, wlfo and child, Mrs Jorgen
hen, Theo Blain, Geo B Peacock, Fiauk
Terry, Hurry Thide, tU Portuguese and
For San Francisco, per Iron Crag,
May 0 II W Churchill.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klnau C,!)10 bags of sugar, 00
' sheep, Iflt hides, 0 hills of goat
skins and 2 bags of ginger.
Stmr Likellke 4,511 hags ot sugar, 2S7
bags of potatoes and 152 bags of
Stmr Mlkahala 2.01.T bags of sugar and
Stmr Mokohl 21 head of cattle and 85
For San Francisco, per Australia,
this noon, 20,574 bags of sugar, 800
bags of rice, 710 hdls of green hides, 21
bills of sheep and goat skins, 1C0 hdls
of sugar-cane, 100 bags of llsu, 2,231
bunchs of bananas, and 1 bags of coin
(gold, 8210; silver, 812."). Total value
of domestic produce, 8153,245.84.
The lion Cr.ig sailed this afternoon
for San Francisco with 21,009 bass of
sugar nnd 540 hags of rice. Weight,
2,804,003 lbs; value, 11 2,0S8.1Q.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Grlulths
Bk Colusa, Backers
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bk Hercules, Bless
Bk Hope, Penhnllow
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Bktuo Ella, Bust
Bktno S N Castlo, Hubbard
Bktne Amelia, Newhall
Bktno Eureka, Meyers r
Bgtne J I) Spreckels, Fills
Schr W S Bowne, Bluhm
Am bark Tlmour, Biewer. sailed
from Bohton Dec 17, duo May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
due May 1-20
Hut bk Scottish Lassie, W Singer,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
Am bktno Hattle S Bangs, Terrlll,
from Hongkong, due April 10-30
Am bktuo John Worster, from Nana
lmo, B O, duo May 20-30
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from New
YorK March 20, due September 5-30
Am bk C O Whltmoie, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, duo Mny 20-80
BUSINESS MEETING AND SOCIABLE.
The Ladies' Benevolent Society
will hold their annual business
mooting on Tuesday afternoon at 3
o'clock, in the Ladies' Purlor, at
Fort street Church. A full attend
ance is desired. ln the evening at
7:30 o'clock in tho sntno place, tlio
regular monthly sociablo will bo
held. Tl)!s Is probably the last
occasion of this kind before Mr,
Cruzan leaves us, anil a vory cordial
nnd general invitation is given.
IflRAI. & GENERAL NEWS.
A bTHAYED niaio is ndvciUtcU for.
Tun Lodgu lo Progrus meets this
evening ut 7 :30 o'clock.
A lady of experience reeks for a
situation us inn so or housekeeper.
OoMfoAtNTS nru numerous nhotit
tin? condition of tho streets at tho
corner of Foit and Hotel ttreets.
A lot of valuable household fuini
tme is advertised for sale on Tliuih
day next by E. P. Adams & Co.
The tclioouer V. S. Bowne, CtiptJ
Bluluii, anived this morning 11 -days
f i oni San Francisco. Shu brought
out! day's later news.
Tun Police Justice was engaged nil
day on the gaming case in which
several nntivo men nnd women were
engaged, nnd it is still going on ns we
go to press.
Lui Antone, tho half-whito cham
pion, sustained his reputation as a
skater, Saturday night, in tho two
milo race, by heating tho Btnuiger
from tho Coast by two laps.
Tun hand will play nt Knkaako
Branch Hospital on Wednesday
afternoon next, and at the Queen's
Hospital on Friday nfternoon. There
will bit no concert at Emma Square
Lktteus of condolenco hnvo been
presented respectively by the Britisli
and French Commissioners, to tho
King, on tho death of Princess Like
like, from tho Queen of England and
tho President of tho French llopub
lle. AniiAKor.Mns'TS havo been com
pleted for a concert to bo given nt tho
Opera House by Miss Amy Sherwin
on hor arrival per S. S. Mariposa on
Friday next. Tho box plan is now
open nt ttio the olllce of Mcssis. J. E,
Brown it .Co.
Tub dopartuic of tho S. S. Aus
tralia for San Francisco was, as
usual, largely attended. A number
of prominent poisons left by her, so
did n Poitugucso colony. Tho
steamer got nwny lfi minutes after
12 o'clock, and nobody was left.
A (unci of nbout twenty men were
set to work this morning on tho new
lino of water pipes, beginning at tho
head of Fort street, and wot king
downwuid. The "new hydrants will
bo placed, as the pipes uielaid, about
500 feet apart.
Hon. W. M. Gibson, wo lcgrct to
announce, is invalided, having re
ceived an injury to ono of his eyes
whilst paying a visit on board the
Knimiloa. By a strango coninci
dence, his secietary received his in
jury also whilst engaged in business
in connection witli tho man-of-war.
Tub game of baseball between the
Benedicts nnd Houolulus, announced
for last Saturday afternoon, was dis
continued, at the end of the second
innings, on nccount of the rain. Mr.
E. P. Low pitched for the HoiioIuIub,
and It. Parker for tho Benedicts.
When tho gumo broke up, tho Bene
dicts wcio 5 to tho Honolulu's 2.
Mil. L. B. Kerr hns leceived a sam
plo jubiloo medal or badge in com
memoration of tho 50th anniversary
olj tho accession of Queen Victoria to
tho tltionc of Great Biitain. By the
next steamer from the Coast Mr.
Kerr will receive a number of theso
badges, which ho will oiler for sale.
Tub reserve team of tho II. R. A.
got up their spunk on Saturday nnd
challenged thu winning team of tho
II. R. A. in tho recent Carolinc-H.
R. A. contest. At dusk tho match
had not ended, nnd the reserve team
was fnr behind. Tho winning II. R.
A. team did not do their best for fear
of discouraging tho reserve at tho
start, and havo agreed to shoot tho
match over again.
On Saturday last an opinion of
the Supreme Court was filed in the
case of Ilyman Bros. vs. John M.
Kapena, Collector-General of Cus
toms, heard in banco at the April
term, 1887, before Judd, C. J.,
McCully, Preston and Uickerton, J J.
The opinion voids part of one of the
tariff laws of last session of the
CAPTAIN HOUDLETTE DECORATED.
His Majesty entertained Captain
Iloudlctte at breakfast at the Pa
lace this morning. His Excellency
Antone Rosa, and the Hon. J. A.
Cummins were also present. After
bieakfast His Majesty conferred on
Captain Hoiullette the decoration
of Knight Companion of the Order
of Knlakaua, in honor of his having
commanded the vessel on which Her
Majesty travelled to San Francisco.
FAREWELL TO J. F. HACKFELD, ESQ.
On Saturday evening, 'Mr. II. W.
Schmidt gave a .farewell dinner to
his partner, J. F. Hackfeld, on ac
count of his departure for tho father
land. There were present Hon. C.
li. Bishop, Hon. A. S. Clcghorii,
lion. II. A. Widemann, Messrs. J.
F. Hnckfeld, W. G. Irwin, II. F.
Glade, II. R. Hacfarlane, K.
Mueller, T. K. Walker, J. Iloting,
II. Lose. Tho affair was a pleasant
ono and enjoyed by all present.
Tho Hui.i.KTiK joins tho fiiunds of
Mr. J. F. Hackfeld In wishing him
a pleasant voyage, good health, and
safo return to his Island home.
The entertainment at tlte Opera
House Saturday night, by tho now
variety troupe, attracted a small
audience, which, however, was tin
appreciative one, and applauded tho
piirfonucM frequently nnd holily,
III fnot. thuv ('fit Iniliili lcttnr I linn
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they expected, and the performance
ceitnlnly merited n larger audience.
The various character repi cavita
tions were very good, iind tho danc
ing lirt class. The troupo will ap
pear again to-morron night, when a
larger attendance can be counted on.
Ltmdon, Aptil 27. Tho rnco for
the 1,000-guinea stakes for 8-year-olds
was run to-day at Ncwtnatket,
and was won by Enterprise.
Labouchere, in n speech at Chis
wick last night, charged that tho
Timns had bought and printed tho
forged Parnell letter in order to aid
it in recovering sotno of its many
NEW BOOKS FOR THE LIBRARY ASSO
CIATION. The following additions have been
recently made to tho collection of
the above Association :
Life, Letters and Journals of
Geo. Ticknor, 2 volumes.
Prophetic Voices Concerning
America, by Chatlcs Sumner.
California, by Josinh Royce.
Literary Landmarks of London,
by Laurence Hutton.
Saxon Studies, by Julian Haw
thorne. Historical and Architectural
Sketches, by Ed. A. Freeman.
War Correspondence of the Lon
don Daily Nans, during 1877-78.
Voyage of a Merchant Navigator,
by Richd. J. Cleveland.
Tho Gypsies, by C. G. Leland.
The Chinese Clnssics ; Confucius
and Mcncius, translated by James
Molicrcs' Dramatic Works tran
slated from the French, 3 volumes.
Tallc9 About Labor, by J. N.
The Whale and his Captors, by
II. T. Cliecver.
Eventful Nights in Bible History,
by Alfred Lee.
The Algonquin Legends, by C.
Life of Thorsvaldsen, by Eugene
Wonder Stories for Children, by
linns. C. Andersen.
A Mortal Antipathy, by C. W.
In the Tennessee Mountains, by
Chas. E. Ciaddock.
The Prophet of the Great Smoky
Mountain, by Chas. E. Craddock.
SUPREME COURT-APRIL TERM.
UEFOIIC M'CUUX, J.
Arthur E. II. Swift vs. R. A.
Macfle and R. A. Macfic, Jr.
The demurrer must be sustained
The agreement purports to be
mado by olllcers of the Kilauea
Jecuuse, the terms of tho instru
ment do not creato a contract and
there is no mutuality in it. It is
not for any specified term and not
enforceable on tho plaintiff. Judg
ment for defendants on the de
murrer. L. McCur.LV.
W. R. Castle for plaintiff; F. M.
Hatch lor defendants.
Honolulu, May 7th, 1887.
A decision, signed by Judges
McCully. Preston and Bickerton,
was filed on Saturday in the" sub
mitted case of Parke and Austin,
assignees of Y: Anin vs. S. Selig,
administrator estate of Ahuna, de
ceased, partner of Anin. The de
cision is in favor of,dcfendant, being
that ho is entitled to retain the
amount of a note for 81,213.3,"), de
livered to deceased by Anin, found
among effects of the deceased.
Of course the town is full of legal
lights. Well, a docket of forty
eight cases gives occasion for a num
ber of lawyers. Ililo has seldom
been the scene of so much litiga
tion. A good deal of it comes fiom
other districts. Court business is
moving along satisfactorily.
A package social, under tho aus
pices of tho Ladies' Aid Society
was held at Dr. Kittredgo's, Thurs
day evening. A number of pack
ages wero sold at auction wittiout
the bidder's knowing what they con
tained, the upset price indicating
simply the market value of the con
tents of the package. The odd as
sortment of goods thus purchased by
some people caused great amuse
ment. The local musical stars shone
with rather unusual brilliancy on
this occasion. The presence of a
number of persons well and favor
ably known, in our court business,
also added pleasure to tho occasion.
Hon. S. G. Wilder is again in
town on railroad business. Interest
in the schemo is not dying out hero.
And we aro beginning to pity tho
blindness of those who will not see
tho great future in store for Ililo.
Rain has been copious and well
received this week. No fresh lava
How reports have readied Ililo.
Ililo, May tith.
THE INDIA RUBBER TREE.
The chief industry In Eastern
Costa Rica i the collection of
caoutchouc (pronounced koochook,
witli tho accent strong on tho first
syllable), as the native Indians call
that substance to us known as tho
India rubber. Not many years ago
more than one hundred thousand
pounds per month of it wero shipp
ed every year from Grey Town
alone, but at present tho average
export per month is only about 02,
000 pounds. This "considerable
fnlling-otf Ib duo to tlte fact that no
legal or other surveillance is exer
cised over tho gathering of tho gum,
and with the customary improvi
dence of tlii'c people, many of the
valuable trees which yield it hnvo
A thrifty tree, at its first cutting,
ought to yield not less than fifty
pounds of rubber, but tho hunters
of to-day find few so prolitablc un
less they penetrate far into the vir
gin forests aud are lucky enough to
discover nn entirely new district.
In those sections already worked
most of the trees have been tapped
several times, and many of them
were spoiled at the outset by having
been cut too young the greedy
discoverer 'fearing that if tho prizo
were loft to attain perfection another
might find aud secure it.
The milky juice, which plays now
so important it part among the
earth's productions, was first made
known to the world ns clastic gum,
and was long afterward given the
name of i libber from the discovery
of its usefulness in rubbing out the
marks of black lead pencils. For
tho latter purpose it began to be
imported to Great Britain toward
tho close of tho last century, and
being much valued by artists, was
sold at a high price. Early in 130
tho Spanish conquistcdorcs in
Mexico had learned to mako
caoutchouc into shoes, nnd also
used it for waxing their canvas
cloaks to make them resist water
something as the -clothing of tho
modern yularo i9 coated. That, no
doubt, was the origin of the idea of
its manufacture into waterproof
cloth, which first gave it great com
mercial importance. Not until 1820
did its employment begin to extend
much beyond tho erasing of pencil
marks, though the quantity import
ed had considerably increaed.
Long before that time it had been
used in the manufacture of flexible
lubes for surgeons nnd chemists,
but the expensive character of the
only solvent then known prevented
its general application for useful
purposes. Finally a method was
discovered for fabricating ni tides of
various kinds by casting the
caoutchouc into molds. Its remark
able elasticity and lloxibility, as
well as its insolubility in watef nnd
impenetrability to gases and fluids
in general, have adapted it to more
uses than any other one article can
be applied. Now by far tho great
est variety of its applications is em
ployed in the vulcanized 6tatc a
process invented only forty-three
or fourty-four year's ago sinco
which time thousands of patents
have been granted for as many dif
ferent applications. Charles Good
year in the United States and
Thomas Hancock in England seem
to have discovered almost simulta
neously the great changes which
caoutchoucundcrgoes when mixed
with sulphur nnd heated. As every
body knows, the manufacture of
India rubber goods is now one of.
the most extensive industries in the
United States ; while in England arc
many immense manufactories, and
in France alone the consumption of
raw caoutchouc is nearly 200,000
pounds per annum, the approximate
value of which, when manufactured,
is 812,000,000. Although found in
many countries, India rubber for
ests are neither numerous nor ex
tensive, and nt tho present rate of
wanton wastefulness in Central Amer
ica the day is not distant when the
product will be extinct in this part
of the world. Corr. I'rovidenoe
" Bulletin " Summary
40 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will be found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 40 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.f0
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. H. Sopcr, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewctt, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Olllce.
TN ADDITION TOOUR LARGE
JL slock of II ly and Urmu, wo liuve
just rvculvid pur stmr Australia, Feed
Corn Meal, Ground Oair, and Alfalfa
Hay. Union Fowl Co. 2a lw
HAVING teceutly engaged a first,
il.isi Uililcr and Moid ling Maker,
we aro now fully piepired lo manufac
ture, repair and lugpil utiykiud of work
In our Hue. Old Minor aud 1'lcturo
Frames Hindu otor na good as new, nnd
ui prices within the reach of nil. Tho
public aio Invited to call and Inspect
ronio of this work. Remember, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, liiouze. Copper or Mcial wo can
do. KING HltDd., Am-Stoiik. 17
1 rC LBS. Prodi Home-Mode Chow
lUu ii'g Stick;, or so-called l)r
bers' lo'p, and fa-th, delicious Vanilla
and Chocnluto Creinns which I gunrnn
tco to be fir biiperior and fold cliennir
Ih in any Imported, at F. HORN'S Pion
eer Stcitin Candy Factory and 11 ikery
nnJ Ico C'reuin Parlor. t5tf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Fiimilv Flour If
iilloiul for sale hjr GONSALVB3 &
CO., (jiieeii Street. 01
1)U. FMNT'B llKAUT KlIMRDY is tt
Specific for all forim of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 304
The Annual Show
Will be held this your In the Society's
laro Hall at tho Government Nuisery,
on King ttrei-t, and adjacent grounds,
Oi Satnrday, May Hlli,
Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 pm.
Exhibits are invited in the various
divisions named in the schedule given
Division I Horticulture.
Prizes will ho given as follows:
1. For tho bet vnrlcty of Fruits.
2. For tho best special Fruits.
3. For tho best growing Ferns.
4. For the best (cut) Hoses.
fi. For the best (cut) Buruui and
C. For the best growing Palms.
7. For tho best Orchids.
8. For tho best Uouquct.
. For tho best Floral Dcslgus.
10. For the best Vegetable".
Division II-Dairy Produce.
1. For the best Flrklu of liutter, 10 lbs.
2. For tho second best ditto ditto
3. For tho best pound ot Butter, the
exhibitors being housekeepers
making their own Putter.
4. For the second best ditto ditto
5. For the best Uhcce.
Division III Agriculture.
1. For tho best Ulce.
2. I'or tho best Cereal (other than
3. For the best Fodder Plant".
4. For ihe best Sugar Cane.
5. For tho b-st Sugar.
. For the best Hawaiian Honey.
Division IV Domestic Manufactures.
1. For the best variety of Mats.
2. For the best exhibits of Men's
3. For tho best exhibits of AVomou's
4. For the best Kapa.
ft. For the best exhibits of Calabashes
made from Hawaiian woods.
0. For tho best bowls of Wood or
7. For tho best exhibits oMiatlvc-
niiido Ornaments of any des
cription. 8. For the .best exhibit of Artificial
Flowcis aud Wtcaths.
0. For the best home-made Saddle.
10. For the best home-made Harness.
Division V Poultry and Birds.
Prizes w ill be given for exhibits ot a
high class character in all classes ot
Domestic Fowls and Cage Birds.
C3TBpedal Notice. Prizes will also
bo given for meritorious exhibits In aoy
of tho above Divisions, although not
falling with tho published classltlcation,
nlso for the best exhibits of Jams,
Jellies, Pickles, nnd other Preserves,
made in the Kingdom.
Tho necessary accommodation for ex
hibits will be provided by tho Society.
Notice in writings of intention to ex
hibit is ictpicsted. Blanks for the
purpose can be had at the otllco of A.
Jaeger, Dsqr., Kiiahtimaim street or from
Exhibits must be in place before the
opening of tho Show or they will not bo
entitled to compete for prizes.
Admission CO cents, children half
price. Membcisof the Society will bo
admitted frcu on presenting their re
ceipts for pubscrlptlon for tho current
Any person can becomo a member of
the Society by paying tho annual, sub
set lption of 8'i.00.
Subscriptions aro payablo to A. Jaeger
Esqr., Acting Treasmcr.
By order of the Board of Manage
ment. J. S. WEBB,
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo had from
J. II. Soi'int, : : : Mticlunt Strcit,
A. M. Hewf.tt, : : " "
J. V. HiNui.KY, : i : : Hotel Street
Hf.niiv Wn.t.'AMs, : Hiwa ian Hotel
Having secured the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
He will In future attend to the wants of
my patrons In t'io Billiard Room.
o. j. McCarthy.
MONEY TO LOAN!
THE undersigned havo Sixty Thou?,
and DollarB to loan, In Bums of not
less than ono thousand dollars upon
HM1TH, THUHSTON & KINNEY.
ISOJtf 00 Foil Street, Honolulu,
Just received per stmr Aiutr.ilin, a lino assortment of
Special attention is called to our
Boy's Sailor Sc Jersey uits.
40 dozen Bo 's Linen Knee Pant, nt a very low figure, in tlzc up lo 12 years.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A line lino of Ladles' Jcrseyp, Iices and Kmbrnhlcrlcs a great variety
Just leceived price veiy low.
RIBBONSI RIBBONS! RIBBONS
Tito Inrccttt Stock of any Iioiihc 1
llccslved direct from EoBtcrn Muntf ic'.urers.
A complete ntsortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of n superior quality and pi ices to mil tho times.
2fIflimd orders receive careful and prompt attention.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
10Jt (Opposite W. O. Irwin & Co's.)
Hni3g bought the
From tho Temple of Fashion at greatly reduced rntei, we now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
These goods aro first class in every inspect and consist ot all grades and qtttl.
Motif, uDitalle Tor Hie Hi aifl Poor alp;
la offcriing them to our customers we would most respectfully draw their re
tention to the fact that wo aro giving them the binellt of our chca'p hargiiu nnd
invite tho public in general to civu us a cill and examine ihuso goods betorc pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, GAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is too well known to need ccpcclnl comment. .V.i
IMl'OltrEll AND BKALKIl IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Tort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
Island trade solicited and promptly attended to.
The Undersigned, F. HOHN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on ho is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, us given in former
years, not ouly abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on all stato occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Katnehamehn IV, Knmehameha V, and
Lutialilo, aud having tho honor of supplying tho present royal household
witli the delicacies produced In my establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this lino of business.
Practical Coarcctloncr. 1'axtry Cook and Ornrtmruter In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Strcot,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. 05Sm) Honolulu, H. I.
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising the well-known braiujs of
'COLGATE & CO., LOTDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOII A, HOYT'S.COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &c.
Xoi &olo at Reasonable 3?rioo.
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL;
Egan & Cos
entire Stock of