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WEDNESDAY. MAY 11. 1887.
Stmr ICllfiuea Hon from Hamakua
Stmi' Ewa from Ewa
Schr WmIIoIo frum Knuu
Bk Coluia for San Francisco
HtmrJ A Cuininliifor Koul.iu, at 1 p til
Sclir Molwuhltio for Koholalelo
Hehr Wnliiiulii for I'apulknii
VES8EL8 LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kwa for Ewa
. Stmr O It lllsliop for Koolau, at 4 p in
Stmr Wnitinitiiilii for WaUnuu and Wnl-
iilun, at li a in
Stmr Kllatiuu llou for llamakua, at 5
Jbrtiic .1 1) Hpruckcls for San 1'ruiicUeo
llktne Eureka for Sun Francisco
Bktuc Ella for San Francisco
From Windward VortR. por W O Hall.
May 100 X Spencer. G Goldstein, O
L Brlto, K OkkotH, Viscount T Torlu
and 4(1 deck.
Ftir Kllnuca, Kauai, per Walaleale,
Muv 0 K A Maelle, Jr.
For Kauai, per etcamer Mlkahala,
May '10 Dr M Qroinan, Mrs Junius
Kaiic, Maoter Lane, Mm J Allan, Allss
Annie -Spalding, J X S Williams, Mrs
Wilson, J S Souii'irt, A Cropp and wife,
Ah Leo, O N Cook, 2 Uhlnec and 00
For Maui and Hawaii, per Klnau,
May 10 J T Waterliouse.Jr, O E Klcli
ardson, Mrs Pferdnpr, Miss Duchalsky,
Mrs J II Wodcliouse, W Berlowltz, D
Morton, L Stolz, Kev .T M Silver. W II
Holmes and wife, C A Ohapln, K Wal
lace and wife, Major W II Cornwall, S
Macaulcy and about 100 deck.
For Maul, per Llkcllke, Mny 10 L O
Abies, E Schulze, Mr E Bailey, 1 X
Makcc, Miss Ida O H.Uhbone, William
Brash, Miss B B Barnard, L A Dickey,
A II Smith. Miss L M Iugersoll, M 1),
and about CO duck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W G Hall 3,092 bags of sugar, 54
bags of awa, 11 bags Of eotfco, 11
hides, 2 hoiiies and 7 hogs.
Stmr Kllauea llou 1, 170 bugs of sugar.
Sclir Wallelu 1,203 bags of sugar.
Captain Godfrey will take the steamer
C K Bishop to Koolau to-morrow.
Thu Colusa will get away for San
Francisco at about G o'clock this even
ing. The bark Hopo will sail for Port
Townsend on Saturday next.
Four lntndicd bunches of bananas
caino from Ewa on tho steamer Ewa
yesterday, and were put aboard the
Colusa for San Francisco. The Ewa
will salliigaln to-morrow morning for
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Gritllths
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bk Hercules, Bless
Bk Hope, Pcnhnllow
Bktno Morning Star, Turner
Bktne Ella, Bust
Bktne S X Castle, Hubbard
Bktne Amelia, Xuwhall
Bktno Eureka, Meyers
Bgtno J D Spreekels, Fills
Sclir W S Bowne, Blulini
Am bark Tiniour. Brewer, sailed
from Boston Dec 17, due May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
duo May 1-20
Brit bk Scottish Lassie, W Sinner,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
Am bktno Jlnttio S Bangs, Terrlll,
from Hougkoug, due April 10-:!0
Am bktue John Worstcr, from Xaua
imo, B C, duo May 20-30
Am bk St Luclc, sailed from Xcw
York March 2(1, due September 5-30
Am bk C O Whitmorc, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, duo May 20-30
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
MESsrtH. II. Hnckfeld & Co. nro
advertising n lot of Xow Goods.
A ciANa of prisoners was cleaning
Fort street this morning, abovo Hotel
. i .
The ladies of tho Altar Society will
meet at tho Convent, at 3 o'clock, to
A meetino of the WomcnV Church
Aid Society- to bo held on Thursday,
12 inst., ut half-past 2 o'clock.
, . m '
Mil. Chas. Wildor went by tho
Kiiiau last evening, acting froight
clerk, in place oMr. 'Noble who will
remain ashore this week.
Bii.i.s ngainst tho Kaimiloa aro
callod for at tho ollico of tho' Secre-tary-of-Wnr
and of tho Navy, to bo
in before 3 r. M. to-inorrbw.
No less, than four Chinamen all in
u row, each with two hirge baskots on
a bamboo polo, took possession of a
side-walk on King street, for a -iimo
Mr. Lowis J. Levey will hold his
rogular cash sale to-morrow at 10
a. m. At tho samo time will bo sold
a bankrupt stock of merchandise,
tailor's goods, sewing machines, etc.
A sickly Chinaman who arrived
from one of tho other islands yester
day per V. G. Hall, died in a hack
whiis-bing conveyed to tho Queen's
Hospital. ho body waH taken to tho
Mn. A. w. HiivUtniium and JUiss
Gertrude Gaidinieveio united in
marriage, at St. AndVw'8 U'tl-,lr'll
last ovening, Hov. tfe Wallace per
formed the coromony. H10 church
was tilled with spectators.
At tho meeting of tho Gc& v 1)o
Long Post; G. A. It., last etfeJu."k'' a
committee of fivo was a?n,ntcl'
consisting of 0. H. Eldredgo)'ov.1J1
A. Oruzan, John Ross, FranklJ,"rr,"
and Jona. Austin, to inako VliN nr"
rnncrnmmitfi fnrtbn nrminr filiBi?rVttUCO
'The "Elelu" office eallaattoutlon
ton wonderful printing press in out
Tub steamer W. G. Hull will Fail
on Fililuy morning, at 10 o'clock, for
LahnTiiu, Mualitbii, Kona, Kati and
The Bov. J. A. Cruzan will deliver
a lecture at tho Y. M. O. A. Hall to
morrow ovening for the benellt of tho
V. C. T. V.
The person who left a
cuiios at tho ofHeo of tho
Navigation Co. is requested
for it immediately.
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Tun report fiom tho Volcano by
thu steamer W. U. Hall, yesterday
afternoon, was "a very bright light
and thick smoke, last .Sunday even
ing." Gi.aimh ngainst the bankrupt cstato
of J. M. Knpena were proven this
morning before Mr. Justice- 1'roston.
They amount to about !f3,fi00, of
which about one-tenth is for hack
hire. Tho candidates for tho as
signceship of tho estate aro Messrs.
C. T. Gullck, G. Trousseau, and C. J.
To-moiiuow at 10 a. M. the salo of
Mr. J. W. Hingley's furniture by
public auction will commence. This
is a first class opportunity to obtain
sonio really good furniture, the stock
comprising a very hamUomoly up
holstered new Parlor Set by West,
Dow it Co. Mr. Morgan of Messrs.
E. P. Adams A Co. will wield the
LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
At a meeting of the Ladies' Bene
volent Society, held at Fort Street
Church yesterday afternoon, the
olllce-bearera for the ensuing year
were appointed, as follows: Presi
dent, Mrs. W. F. Allen ; Vice-President,
Mrs. J. A. Hopper; Secretary,
Mrs. L. A. Thurston; Treasurer,
Mrs. 1 C. Jones ; Directress, Mrs.
S. C. Allen. A well-attended socia
ble followed in the evening, and
was, as all Fort.Strcet Church Socia
bles are, extremely pleasant and
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS EVENINC.
Services will be held this evening
at St. "Andrew's Cathedral, Fort
Street Church, and the Lyceum. Al
the last named place, "Christ'sJ
appearance after the Resurrection"
will be the subject. Tho devotional
exercises will continue ouc-lialf hour.
At 8 o'clock the church members
will bo requested to act on the resig
nation of the Rev. K. C. Oggcl,
pastor of tho Bethel Union congre
gation, and a report will be present
ed from the joint committee bearing
on tho consolidation of the Bethel
Union and Fort Street Churches.
THE FARMER'S HOME.
"Farmer's Homo" is tho namo of
a monthly paper, in book form, pub
lished at Dayton, Ohio, U. S. A. As
may be inferred from its name, its
matter is of a nature to especially
concern agriculturists. The paper
has had a healthy life of seven
years, entering upon its eighth last
month. The commencement of a
new year of existence is made the
occasion for some changes, tending
to Improve the paper. It is and
always has been characterised by
short, pithy, practical articles, on
agricultural subjects, printed in
clear, rcadahlo type. It is a useful
little paper for any person engaged
in any description of agricultural
work, and one which wo can con
fidently recommend after a couple of
THE MORNING STAR.
This vessel has been the subject
of much comment by nautical men
and others, since her first advent
here from the East, and the general
verdict has not been favorable in
regard to the plan of the vessel, for
the purpose for which she was de
signed. The idea seems to have
been to build a sailing vessel, with
auxiliary steam power for entering
and leaving harbors, and getting
from one island to another during
calms. This idea of a sailing vessel
seems to have been lost sight of in
tho construction of the hull. A good
substantial vessel was put up with
flat floor amidships, very little keel
11 or 12 inches light draft of
water, large saloon and pilot house
on her upper deck ; in fact, all right
for a steamer with full power, with
sail as auxiliary. But not calcu
lated to do tho best work as a sailing
vessel, however good and substan
tially built. After her return from
her first trip, a foot of shoeing was
added to her keel, which has been a
marked improvement, Another
small addition would not bo amiss,
and a clean sweep of saloon and
pilot hotiBo would bring her more
nearly into the shape of a sailing
vessel, and enable her to do better
work when close hauled on the
wind. The hull is good and staunch,
nnd her timbers Round and perfect
whore salted. The builders neg
lected to salt abaft the mizcu
chains, nnd about a dozen timbers
on each sldo were utterly decayed,
ns the result of this neglect. Tho
vessel is now in the hands of tho
carpenters, who havo removed tho
decayed timbers, and are making
her a little bettor than over, ns they
aro putting in timbers in ono picco,
where some were lit Bhort plceos
before, doing good work, and when
completed ulio will ho ns good as
over, from stem to stern, and with
the improvements suggested will do
better work as a sailing vessel,
Mr. Justice llickerton yesterday
gave the following decision in the
case of Joe tic Silva vs. C. Aug.
Stulilumn and Aug. Kulbc. Assump
sit for S20:
This is an appeal from tho Police
Court of Honolulu, where judgment
was rendered April 20th, 1887, in
favor of plaintiff as ngainst defend
ant Kalbo for 820 and eosts 83.25.
No evidence is ollercd here and
after hearing thu record of Police
Court, where no evidence was offered
for the defendant, and heating nrgu-
nnent of counsel on both sides, I see
no reason for reversing the judgment
of the Police Justice. Tho Judg
ment of the Police Court is nllirmcd
lttCll'll. V. BlCKEUTON'.
Justice of the Supreme Court.
May 10th, 1887.
SOPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS.
lir.KOllE VltESTON, J.
Wednesday, May lltli.
In re Ah Kong nlias Lou Yon.
Motion for writ of Habeas Corpus.
The Petition of W. It. Castle re
presents that he is attorney for Ah
Kong and at his request makes this
petition and shows:
That said Ah Kong is now unlaw
fully detained and imprisoned In the
jail at Honolulu.
That the cause of his detention as
petitioner is informed and believes
is a conviction by Jacob Knla, Police
Magistrate of Lihuc, Kauai, on the
21st day of February 1887, upon
the charge of having opium in pos
session. That said imprisonment Is by
virtue of a certain mittimus issued
by snid magistrate, copy whereof
cannot be obtained.
Wherefore the petitioner prays
that a writ of Habeas Corpus may
issue out and under the seal of this
Honorable Court directed to John L.
Kaulukou commanding him to pro
duce the body of said jft Kong, etc.,
and that lie may be then and there
discharged from such restraint and
for such other on further celicf as
shall be just.
Process was issued mndo return
able this day. Tho Attorney-General
read the defendant's return and sub
mitted the case without argument.
On motion of Mr. Castle, the
Court discharged the prisoner from
custody of the Marshal.
For the month of April, 1887:
The total number of deaths reported
for the month of April was 57, distri
buted as follows:
Under 1 year.... 12
From 1 to 5 1
From 5 to 10.... 2
From 10 to 20,.. 4
From 20 to 80... 7
From !10to40... fi
From 40 to 50. . . 7
From 50 to (K). . . 6
From CO to 70. . . 5
Over 70 8
Males, 37 Females
CAUSE OK UKATIi:
Lep. Exhaustion 1
Old Ago 7
DIs. of Heart...
Hemorrhage . . . .
Number unattended 23
COMPARATIVE MONTHLY NOIITAUTY:
April, 1880 59
April, 1887 57
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
J. II. Bnow.,
Agent Board of Health.
A GRAND INSTITUTION AND A SPLEN
Lord George Hamilton, the First
Lord of the Admiralty presided, on
March 2tilh, at the annual meeting
of tho National Lifeboat Institution.
The special interest in the occasion,
as tho result of tho services of the
lifeboat crews during the winter and
the calamities which occurred off
the Lancashire coast, was shown by
the attendance of a most distin
guished company. The annual re
port was read by Mr. Charles Dib-
din, the secretary. In the year
twenty new lifeboats were placed on
tho coast. At tho end of tho year
the institution's fleet comprised 203
lifeboats. Gales of remarkable force,
notable during the months of Octo
ber and December, devastated the
coast In the year, and brought into
relief the value of tho lifeboat
service. The lifeboats wero
launched on 280 occasions. Three
wero attended by fatal consequences
resulting in the loss of twcuty-elght
valuable lives. The terrible life
boat catastropho off Southport,
which excited the sympathy of the
whole country, was the worst that
had ever befallen the lifeboat ser
vice. I'ublio subscriptions wero
opened for tho relief of the widows
and orphans of tho gallant men who
so heroically sacrificed their lives in
endeavouring to save others, to
wards which tho Institution contri
buted liberally, and amnio fund.s
flowed in from all parts of tho coun
try. Last year the lifeboats saved
GUI lives and S3 vessels. Besides
this 100 lives wero saved from ship
wreck by "shore boats and otjier
means, all of which services were
rewarded by the institution, malting
up a totnl of 701 lives rescued dur
ing the year. Altogether from its
foundation tho institution had voted
07 gold medals, 087 silver medals
or silver clasps, 01 binocular glasses,
15 telescopes, and 03,500 in cash
for saving 32.G71 lives from ship
wrecks on our coasts. The sub
scriptions, donations, dividends &c,
nmounled during thu past year to
43,011. The totnl expenditure for
tho past year was 47,000.
THE NEW RACES OF BEES.
Carniolau bees arc, without doubt,
the most easily handled of nil, ns
almost any amount of rough treat
ment fails to make them bad tem
pered; and yet they arc not sur
passed by any In defending their
own kind. Contrary to tho state
ments of some, I havo found that
this race is quite distinct in charac
ter and appearance from the com
mon black' bee. The queens nro
generally dark, but biou.ed on the
under side of the abdomen, while
many have yellow bands and some
quite yellow; yet all produce work
ers of the typical sort. Tho latter
should show no yellow bands, but
upon the first segment of the abdo
men is generally found a scarcely
distinguishable shade of that color,
and then follow several ex
tremely broad, white bands, giving
the bee a very beautiful appearance.
As regards their working capa
bilities, they aro superior to cither
Italians or natives, and in building
up in the spring, surpass all but the
Cyprians. They aro extremely
active when anything is to be ob
tained, while in dull weather and
during winter they arc particularly
quiet, and bear confinement during
a journey better than any bees I
have known. Here we have the
secret of their remarkable wintering
qualities, and if this good point
alone can be considered, where is
the apiary In your Northern lati
tudes, or in our own uncertain cli
mate, that can afforl to do without
them? Farmer's Home.
ADDRESS TO THE EARL OF ABIRDEEN
On tho occasion of tho Karl of
Aberdeen, passing through Auck
land, a meeting of tho admirers of
the Earl and sympathisers with
Home Rule for Ireland, was held on
April 22, to arrange for the .presenta
tion of an address to the right lion,
gentleman, on the occasion of his
passing through Auckland. Sir
George Grey occupied the chair,
and there were a large number of
ladies and gentlemen present. Sir
Gcorgo presented tho following reso
lution, which was unanimously car
ried amidst loud applause :
That on the occasion of the pre
sence of the Right Hon. tho Earl of
Aberdeen at Auckland, an address
be presented to him expressive of
the esteem and admiration in which
he is held by those who have fol
lowed his career as a statesman,
and especially during his adminis
tration of the Government of Ire
laud as Lord Lieutenant, and repre
sentative of Her Most Gracious Ma
jesty the Queen in that country.
Emperor William's health is de
clared to be perfect.
The German Crown Prince is said
to be suffeiing from a cancerous
affection and Prince William has an
abscess of the ear.
A WANT SUPPLIE D-Tiie
" K(,ki.k " Hook, J n and Nf-wspai-ek
Office, corner of Queen and II Street,
opposlto ofllco of ihe Bo ml oflloilth,
have, iu connection with their already
Ex'enslve Printirg Establishment, just
received per S. S. Australia, through
Messrs. Palmer & Key, of San Francis,
co, direct from ilia mtnufitctory, Now
York City, A GORDON JOB PRINT
ING PRESS, oneofttionnestnnd best
In the world, niid of the largest lzu
made. There U nothing in tills conntrj
to compiro with it. To examino this
fine piece of wnrkrannHhlp is worth a
visit to tho "Klkix' oniee. It excels
in doing th a line tklnd of woik in tho
shortest poss-llilo time.
Merchants and others ro wiring Print.
lng of ahy kind done nt short notice,
and at reiuoutiblj rates, will do well to
give thu "Elki.b" otllce a cull. Tele
phone No. 544, , 1 in 33
TN ADDITION TOOUR LARGE
L (-Kick of 11 iv and U ruin, we have
just rceelvtd por stmr Aus-r.illu, Feed
Corn Meal, Qiouud Outt, and Alfalfa
llay. Union Feed Co. 28 lw
HAVING recent y engaged a first,
clriss OiMcr hihi Moi.l ting Maker,
we aro now fully pri pared In limiiufuc
turn, repair and re jit d any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames made ntcr as good as new, nnd
at prices within the icnch of all. Tho
public ate invited to cull nnd Inspect
romo of this work. Komemhcr, any
thing that needs renewing In fluid, Old
(Inhi, Urnnze, Copper or Meial wo can
do. KlNOBU03.,AiiT Stoiik. 17
1 rvA LBS. I'ro-h Home-Mode Chew.
XvW ii g Sticks, or so-called Btr.
ber' 1'o'ps, uml f 'till, delicious Vanilla
and ClQ(i'ilnte Crcums which I gun ran
tee to hu 1'ir tmporior and cold cheaper
tin n any Imported, at F HORN'S Pion
eer Stuum Candy Factory and B ikeiy
uiii led Cream l'arlur. bfttf
S PERRY'S No. I Painllv Flour is
olloml for sale by OONSALVEH &
CO., Queen Street. 01
Dr. Fmnt'h IIeaut Rkmeuy Is a,
Speeillo for all foims of Heart Dis
ease and also for DUenscs of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with ovory bottle. Doiibon Smith it
Co., Ac;euU. 3W
No. 13. May 9.
40 Columns or Original Matter.
Is now Kjued nnd will be found to
be an interesting nnd comprehensive
number, containing 10 columns of
reading uintler on local topics, and
a complete icmiiiu! of Honolulu and
island news. There Is no better paper
published iu the Kingdom to end to
friends abroad. Subscription 82. 00
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Sopcr, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilewctl, Merchant street,
and Htii.LKTix Olllcc.
The Annual Show
Will bo held this year In the Society's
larro Hall at thu Uovurnmeut Xuisery,
on King i-trcct, nnd ndjucent grounds,
. On Satnrflay, May Utfi,
Between the hours of 10 a.m. nnd 5 a.m.
Exhibits arc invited In the various
(liviHions named in tho schedule glvm
Division I Horticulture.
Prizes will be given as follows:
For the best variety of Fruits.
For tho best special Fruits.
For tho best growing Fern.
For the best (cut) Hoses.
For tho best (cut; Shrubs
For tho best growing Palm.
For the het Orchid.
For tho best Jtouquct.
For the bet Floral DeIgn.
For tho best Vegetables.
Division II Dairy Produce.
For the best Firkin of Butter, 10 lbs.
For the second best ditto ditto
For the best pound of Butter, the
exhibitors being housekeepers
making their own Butter.
For the second best ditto ditto
For the best Cheese.
For tho best Rice.
or tho best Ccroal (other thnu
For tho best Fodder Plants.
For ihe best Sugar Cane.
For tho best Sugar.
For the best Hawaiian Honey.
Division IV Domestic Manufacture.
1. For tho best variety of Mats.
2. For tho bet exhibits of Men's
3. For thu best exhibits of Women's
For the best Kapa.
For the best exhibits of Calabashes
made from Hawaiian woods.
For tho best bowls of Wood or
For tho best exhibits of native
made Ornaments of any des
cription. For the best exhibit of Artificial
Flowers and Wreaths.
For tho best homc-uiado Saddle.
For the. best home-made Harness.
Diviiion V Poultry and Bird.
Prizes will be given for exhibits of a
high class character In all classes of
Domestic Fowls and Cage Birds.
tSTSpecial Notice. Prizes will also
be given for meritorious exhibits In any
of the above Divisions, although not
falling with tho published classification,
also for the best exhibits of Jams,
Jellies, Pickles, and other Preserves,
made hi the Kingdom.
Tho necessary accommodation for ex
hibits will be provided by the Society.
Notice in writings of Intention to ex
hibit is rcqueMeil. Blanks for the
purpose can ho had at the ollico of A.
Jaeger, Ksqr., Kaahumanii strcetor from
Exhibits must be Iu place before tho
opening of tho Show or thoy will not bo
entitled to compete for prizes.
Admission GO cents, children half
price. Meinbeis of the Society will bo
admitted free on presenting their re
ceipts for subscription for tho current
Any person can become a member of
tho Society by paying tho annual sub
set Iptlon of 93.00.
Subscriptions aro payable to A. Jaeger
Esqr., Acting Treasurer.
By order of tho Board of Manage
ment. J. 8. WEHB,
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo had from
J. II. Soi'Kit, : : :
A, M. IIkwett, i :
J. V. Hinoi.ky, : :
IIenuy Williams, ;
AKn- FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE. &c. . H
Just received per stmr Australia, a fine aseoitmcnt of
Special attention is tailed to our
lEJoy's SSailoi Ac .Tei'sey suits.
40 dozen Bos Lluen Knee Pnntr, at a vciy low figure, in tizes up to 12 years.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A fine line of Ladles' Jersey, Lice and Knihroldcrlcs a great variety
just iccclxed price veiy 1 iw.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
Tho. InrgcHt Stock of nny lionxc t
Received direct from Enstcrn Miini.f ic'.urcrs.
A complete assortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of a superior quality and piices to suit Hi) times.
tSPhlaurt orders receive cateful and prompt attention.
S. EHRLICIT, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1G71 (Opposite W. G. IrwIn&Co's.)
Usui ig bought the
From the Temple of Fashion nt creally reilucedj-atei, we now offer them to our
numerous patrons nt prices which do y competition.
These goods are first clais in every icxpeci ami cons-lit of all grades and itu-il.
Mil, Suitable tor tie Eicb aifl Poor alite:
In oflcning them to our customers we would most respectfully draw their at
tention to tho fact that wc are giving them thu b-ncfilof our cheap birgiln and
invite tho puhlic in general to ctvu us a call and examine these goods belorc pur
chasing elsewhere. Our tisuul line of
HATS, OAFS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. 5!
1MPOIITK11 AND DKALEU 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.
Tho Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho publio that from this day on he h fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as tho year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasoiiH, a also for select par
ties given by their Into Majesties Kaniehatncliti IV, Kaniehameha V, and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying tho present royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty years
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, Pantry Cook mill Ornanicntnr In ftonolola.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotol Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
fisth Telephones No 74- ("" am) Honolulu. H. I,
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of K'wgE?,
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOHGS, W
LUBIN'S, ATKINSON'S, 'jfi
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'SjCOLOGNE IK
: ; Ho'ol Street ' 1 ' t ' $Km
iia...au no.ci 1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ' jg
Egan & Co.'s
entire Stock of
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of memorial day, May 80th. 1
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