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THURSDAY, MAY 12. 1887.
llk Ceylon, Cnllioun. IS days from Snn
Bk Qlonjraber, Itolleslon, 1 1 days fiom
Stmr Jus Alakeo from ICiiual
Hclir I.lhollho from Kuual
Slinr Kwn for Kwa
Htmr U J Bishop for Konhu, nt I p tit
Stmr Nnimanalo for Witl-maw and Wnl-
alua, ut I) a m
Stmr Mlatien Hon for Ifninaktia, nt 5
Bgtnc J I) Sprockets for Snn Francisco
liktuo Etuckii for Snn Francisco
Bktnu Kiln for San FriincWen
Bk Colusa for San FraneUeo
VFQSFIS IFAVINR Tn.M(lRRnW.
X Stmr W (J Hnll for Lalinlnn, Mnalaea,
ICona, Kan und Ihu Volcano, nt 10
Stmr Jan Mitkcu for Knpaa, at i p in
For San Francisco, per Colusa, May
11 Capt Hull.
From San Frnnclco, per Ceylon, May
12 Geo Mclntyre.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jas Makrc 2,350 bags of sugar.
'L'lio bark Glpngaber arrived Ibis
morning. 14 days from San Francisco
in ballast, to load sugar for Duvlcs &
'Ilio hrlgantluc J D Sprocket? sailed
tills noon for Snn Francisco, with 7,803
bag of sugar, weighing 827,012 lbs and
voided nt $35,142.80.
The bark Colusa sailed last evening
for Snn Francisco, with 80,13" bugs of
stignr, 1,000 bags of rice and -110
'bunches of bananas. Weight, 8,030,030
lbs; valued at 81-10,202.80.
The barkenttne Kuiekn sailed this
morning for .Snu Frnnclsco, with 5,1120
hags ot sugar, 2,370 bags of rice and
100 bunches of bananas, value, $38,075.
The b.iikeutlue Kiln took for San
4 Frnnclsco this morning, 7.010 bags of
re siiEiir, uio uiucs anu it nnics oi sKins.
. Tins liarK ueyion, uaiuouu master,
arrived this morulnir. 15 days from San
Francisco, with n largu list of general
merchandise. Sno is consigneu to Alien
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
Bk Glcngaber, Kollestoti
Bk Sonoma, Grlftlths
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bk Hercules, Bless
Bk Hope, Penhnllow
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Bktno S N Castle, Hubbard
Bktno Amelia, Newlmll
Schr W S Bownf, Bluhm
Am bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed
from Boston Dec 17, due May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, front Liverpool,
due Mny 1-20
Brit bk Scottish Lassie, W Singer,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo Mny
Am bktno Hnttle S Bangs, Tcrrlll,
from Hongkong, due April 10-30
Am bktno John Worster, from Xunu
Imo, B C, duo May 20-30
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from Now
York March 20, due September B-30
Am bk C O Whltmote, T Thompson,
from Dcjtartitro Bay, due May 20-30
Company A, of tho Honolulu Rifles,
will drill this evening.
ruisoNEita liavo been engaged
-cleaning Merchant street to-day.
Miss Florence Williams will lecture
in Harmony Hnll, this evening; on
Tun mail steamship Mariposa will
bo due to-morrow from San Fran
cisco on route to the Colonies.
The Mutual Telephono Co.'s Mny
list of subscribers contains D50 town
telephones and 25 country stations.
. - .
Mn. F. Horn still lives, moves, and
makes candies, cakes, and ico creams,
of tho best quality and any quantity.
A nol. pros, was applied for and
granted in tho caso of otlicer Hopkins
being charged with assault nnd bat
BIersiib. Hart& Steiner.havo placed
a now and sightly lamp over the
entrance to thoir Elite Ico Cream
Tiiis morning, three" innocent
looking Chinamen were fined $5
each, and $2.50 costs each for play
ing dominoes for counters.
Tin: road to seaward of tho Jail,
lending to Iwilci, is reported to bo in
u specially bad condition, and there
fore in need of the lload Supervisor's
"Tin: "World's Breakfast Food,"
which is a now cereal preparation,
and pronounced to bo delicious nnd
nutritious, may bo hud nt Mr. C.
.Hustiico's grocery, King street.
A JIKSPECTABI.E 1111111, wllO iB the
possessor of n Muster Mariner's cer
tificate, is desirous of procuring em
ployment, cither at sea or on land.
Ho may ho found on enquiry at J. E.
Brown fc Co.'s olllco, Merchant street.
The lecturo to linvo beon given by
Prof. L. L. Van Slyko to-morrow
evening in tlioT. M. C. A. hnll, has
been postponed for two weeks, until
May 27th. ThoBiibjeot will bo an
nounced in duo time.
In tho civil suit of Wonncr & Co.
vs. Titos. Lindsay, replevin of n
diamond ring, tho Court overruled
tho motion for a non-suit and gavo
judgment for tho defendant, with
$5,05 coats. An appeal to tho Inter
mediary Court was noted.
Mi83 Amy Sherwin, tho renowned
soprano, Will iiirlvu to-moriow.
Mn. Geo. Mclntyre, of Mclntyre
Bros., relumed homo by the bark
Ceylon, from San Francisco, this
Captain Hall, lately master of tho
steamer Miknhuln, departed for fan
Fruiinxco by tho bark Colusa, last
Mn. C. Hustaco has New Zealand
potatoes for sale, and no potatoes
ever come to this market equal to
the New Zealnnders.
Tun tent lately used by tho Japa
nese acrobats has been purchased by
Mr. Frank Higgins, who intends to
get up a D-days walking match, in
tho course of a week or two.
Kev. J. A. Criiznn will deliver a
lecture on the evening of Thursday,
Mnv lttlh, in tho Y. M. C. A. Hall,
for the benefit of the V. C. T. U.
His subject will be "Tho Opening of
tho Mississippi," u lecture of tho war
A linpoiiT reaches this office that
boys lire in tho habit- of bathing in
reservoirs up tho Valley, when they
see tho way clear. To watch for the
young scamps, and inako an example
of a batch, would probabla have salu
TiinEE now members were elected
to tho Portugiteso company of the
Honolulu Itiiles last evening. Tho
company mustered 27 strong, and
after a smart drill for an hour and a
half, they were not willing to stop,
but wanted to drill for another half
Wali.uk's new butcher cart and
delivery team ran away this morning,
and capsi7.cd nt the corner of Xing
and Fort street. Tho horso kept the
center of Fort street whilo running
away, and might have gone homo
without colliding with anything had
people let hint alone. As it wns, over
energetic persons rushed out and
waved their arms, making tho horse
sheer oft", with tho above result.
At a meeting of the Bethel Union
congregation last night, the resigna
tion of tho pastor, Uev. E. C. Oggol
was unanimously accepted. Itov.
S. E. Bishop, and Messrs. J. O. Car
ter and H. A. Parmnlce wcro appoint
ed a committee to act on the resig
nation. The joint committee ap
pointed to report on tho Union with
tho Fort-street Church, was given
thirty days from last evening to make
PAPER FLOWERS AND PAINTING.
"Flowers" is a word which con
stitutes tho head line of an adver
tisement in to-day's poper, which
advertisement conveys the informa
tion that nt No. 1G0, King street,
opposite Kawaiuhao Church, lessons
are given in paper flower making, in
crayon-portrait painting, and in the
lightning method of flower and land
scape painting. Also, that orders
are received and executed at .the
same place for crayon portraits and
landscape paintings. A sample
basket of tissue-paper flowers is
now on exhibition at King Bros.,
Hotel street. An invitation is ex
tended to nil ladies interested in
tho various classes of work above
specified to call and see specimens
at No. 1G0, King street.
LUSTRELESS AND LIFELESS.
A dozen Chinamen boarded the
steamer Jns. Makce at Hanumaulu,
Tuesday night, for Honolulu, nnd,
as was customary, rolled themselves
up in blankets on the deck to sleep.
When tho steamer camo to the wharf
this morning all the Chinamen, ex
cept one, left the steamer. The re
maining celestial wns completely
covered with his blanket, and when
tho mate shook him and yelled for
him to "got out of here," there was
no response. Captain, exclaimed
tho mato, this Chinaman must be
dead. Nonsense, replied the Captain,
going up to tho Chinaman and giv
ing him a gentle rap. Still there
were no signs of movement. Re
moving tho blanket from tho celes
tial's head, the captain opened his
eye to sec if he (the Chinaman) was
playing a trick. The eye was lust
reless and the Chinaman was dead.
DECLINED WITH THANKS.
A gentleman who is neither a
a stranger in this community nor to
tho smell of powder and tho whiz of
bullets, recently received a letter
from an old friend in Mexico, invit
ing tho recipient to revisit that
beautiful but rather turbulent coun
try, and urged as a reason tho re
vivifying climato nnd tho chances of
invigorated health. "But," con
cluded tho writer," you had better
bring nlong with you ono of those
new, quick-shooting rifles: it will ho
of great service here." Tho invita
tion was- declined with thanks, tho
reason therefor being laconically
given in the return letter in ;hout
tho following words: "Don't want
to bo in a country where a twenty
rounds per minute rifle is needed. It
would huve been good fun at one
time, but the time is past. I have
returned to a priniltivo method of
Next Thursday, May 19th, is As
cension Day, a feast that has been
most solemnly celebrated in tho
Church from remotest antiquity, to
commemorate tlto memorablo day,
when our Saviour Jesus Christ took
lcavo of his disciplos, and accompa
nied by the souls of the just of tho
Old Testament, ascended from
Mount Olivet, to the right hand of
his eternal father, after having cml-
.iftifkdlto'tiffl.rm nfiimfnfrr i.rii-'ft-MirtifciilirM
owed ltU apostles with tho dlvlno
power nnd commission of going into
the whole world, to teach till na
tions, and baptize tliein In (he name of
the three Divine Persons of tho ador
able' Trinity together with tho solemn
promise to' bo with them, (and their
successors), all days even to tho
consummation of tho woild. Mount
Olivet, having been tho scene of the
agony and humiliation of the Sou of
Man, and chosen by him to bu the
witness of his glorious Ascension.
A pious tradition of the Church
tells as that our Lord had his feet
irinted on the rock whence Ho
ascended, and from these prints it
appears that he had His feet turned
towards tho Western Hemisphere,
when Ho raised himself up, as He
was already pointing out Home, the
eternal city, as the future Seat of
the Head of His Church. .
The Ascension Day is preceded
by three days of public prayer,
called Rogation Days (days of
praycr) which arc in catholic coun
tries days of solemn supplication,
with a daily procession1 in the
streets, the clergy chanting with the
faithful the litany of the Saints.
ityhc Ascension Day, being a feast
of obligation, will be observed by
the Roman Catholic Church, accord
ing to tho following order:
li nnd 7 a. m., low masses with
holy communion; 10 a. m., ponti
fical high mass, followed by baptism
of adults and infants; 1! r. m., con
firmation Rosary and Solemn Be
nediction of the Most Blessed Sacra
ment. F. C.
RECENT ACCESSIONS TO THE LI
BRARY. In addition to the list published
in Monday's Bulletin, the follow
ing books were received by the Li
brary Association by the last steamer
from San Francisco.
Artists of tho 10th Century and
their Works, by Clara 12. Clement
and Laurence Hutton.
The making of England by John
The History of tho English Peo
ple, by John R. Green: 4 vols.
The Best Reading, (classified
lists of books), put up by G. P.
Putnam's Sons ; 2 vols.
Sanitary Drainage of Houses and
Towns, by Geo. E. Waring, Jr.
English Synonymcs Explained,
by Geo. Crabb.
Hints on Household Taste, by
Chas. L. Easthikc.
A Rebel's Recollections, by Geo.
The Mississippi, by Francis V.
The Shenandoah Valley, by Geo.
Statistical Record, by Fred'k
Tho three Inst named belong to
the scries known as "Campaigns of
the Civil War.
Cpncordanco of the Holy Script
ures, by Alex. Cruden.
Also the following fiction :
Saxe Holm's Stories, 2 vols.
A Young Girls' Wooing, by E. P.
Tho House at High Bridge, by
by Edgar Farncett.
Edith Lylc, by Mary J. Holmes.
Mrs. Peixada, by Sidney Luska.
East Angles, by Constance F.
In the Tennessee Mountains and
the Prophet of the Great Smoky
Mountains, by C. E. Craddock
Tho Feud of Oaklleld Creek, by
. NEWS BY THE JAMES MAKEE.
Captain Macaulay, master of tho
steamer Jas. Mnkcc, which arrived
this morning from Kauai, reports
The schooner Leahi, while at
anchor at Kealia, Kauai, last week,
was roughly handled by a rough
sen, and had a narrow escape from
serious damages. At ono moment
she would be lifted almost entirely
out of the water, and the next in
stant would be completely submerg
ed. When she would appear from
beneath the surf the water would
run off her as it would from an
overflowing bowl, and would carry
away a quantity of shingles, which
were among her freight. The
shingles were strowed about the
beach for miles, and Chinamen, by
the dozen, wero collecting them.
Tho Leahi managed to get to sea on
Tuesday, but did not land all her
The schooner Cntcrina at Anahola,
was also in a pciilous position, nntl
was severely shaken up. She had
all anchors down and was laboring
heavily. It seems that her crew,
fearing she would not survive the
ordeal, deserted her, but when tho
weather moderated, Tuesday, they
boarded the schooner and put to sen,
The weather was exceedingly
rough at Knpaa last week, but began
to moderate on Tuesday, when tho
The Mnkec passed the bark Co
lusa off Waiauue at about 2 o'clock
this morning. The bark was making
but little headway, as it was almost
UEFOIlE PIIKSTON, J.
Wednesday, May 11th.
In probate, estato of William
Hillebnind, deceased. Letters of
administration, with will annexed,
granted to Chas. R. Bishop; under a
850,000 bond. F. M. Hatch for
petitioner, The amount of tho bond
covers about the value qf tho estate.
Makalei ct a). a. Hemeni, in
qulty, The Court declines to Liear
dofendnnt'9 motion to open default
this day filed. L. A. Thurston for
pluintlu, J. M. Poepoc for defendant.
A NAVAL OFFICER'S RICHT TO RESICN.
In tho Queen's Bench Division on
March 30, Mr. Justice A. L. Smith
gavo judgment in the case, tho
Queen v. Cuming and another.
Lieut. E. Brace Hnll, late of II. M.'s
troopship Orontes, who was recently
arrested on his return to this country
from serving at the Cape, on a
charge of desertion. lie wns about
to be tried by a court-martial, whcil
niulewns obtained for a writ of
uibain corpus on the ground that,
as contended, he was no longer
nmenable to tho Naval Discipline
Act. He had resigned his com mis
sion and quitted the servico in order
to accept ah appointment on tho
London Salvage Corps, and tho
question was whether an officer of
the navy could so resign his commis
sion nnd quit the service without the
consent of the Admiralty, which in
this case was asked for, but refused.
Arguments were heard by the Lord
Chief Justice and Justices Matthew,
Cave, and Smith. Mr. Justice
Smith, after reviewing all the legal
points raised in the case, said he
and the other members of tho court
were of opinion that, under the
circumstances, Lieutenniit Hall was
not justified in leaving the ship, and,
therefore, the rulo for a writ of
habeas corpus must be discharged.
But as Lieutenant Hall appeared to
have acted in good faith, and in the
honest belief that the icgulations of
the navy enabled him to retire from
the services as he had done, the rule
would be discharged without costs.
Judgment was given accordingly.
Sir Henry James, Q. C, on behnlf
of L'icutcunnt Hall, asked for an
extension of bnil, to enable Lieuten
ant Hall to consider what course he
should pursue, and to communicate
with the Admiralty. Bail was ex
tended for two days.
SIX MILLION EGCS A DAY.
The population of New York,
Brooklyn, Jersey City, Hoboken,
Statcn Island, Newark and Patcrson
consumes every day during Lent
3,000,000 egus. It is safe to say
that with what the bakers use tho
consumption of eggs within the area
named is nearly 0,000,000 a day.
When you liguro up the total in
raonoy paid out for eggs in tho
clues named, you see that there is
expended in this one item of diet
during Lent 8120.000 per day, or
for forty days 8-1,800,000. At pre
sent writing eggs are making an
average daily advance of two cents
per dozen in New York. This Is
owing to tho cold, severe snap,
from which that State is now suffer
ing. During a time when such
enormous quantities of eggs aro
being consumed this advance in
price is no small item. The hens
must be getting rich. Farmer's
CANADA AND THE FISHERIES.
Toronto, April 22. -The HI nil, in
an editorial on Lord Salisbury's
action, says: "Iirour opinion Lord
Salisbury has acted wisely. Had
our cruisers resumed operations
against American fishermen, we
thotild have felt the full force of the
retaliation bill, nnd England might
have been dragged into a very ugly
quarrel. Mr. Cleveland and his nd
vUers are anxious to effect n settle
ment that shall be mutually advan
tageous, and if we are wise we will
have our gunboats in the drydock
to which Loid Salisbury has just
consigned them, and negotiate with
the Americans as with ftiends and
neighbors who wish us well."
A WANT SUPPLIE D-Tiie
"Euan" Hook, J-m and Nkwsi'AI'KH
Omen, corner of Queen and li Streets,
opposite) olllco of the Board of lluilth,
have, in connection with thoir already
Exicnslvo Pi luting Establishment, just
received per S. S. Australia, through
Mesir. Palmer & Hoy, of San Francis,
co, direct from thn minuf tctory. Now
York City, A GOBDON JOB PRINI.
ING PRESS, ono of tlto Illicit nnd best
in the world, aiid of thu largest ilzo
made. There Is nothing in IhU count r
to compiro with it. To examine this
fine plcco of workmanship is worth a
visit to tho "Kleu:' Olllce. It excels
in doing the llnot kind of woik In the
shorten possible time.
Merchants nnd others requiring Print.
Irg of any kind done nt short notice,
and at reawtiuble rates, will do well to
glvo thu 'Ei.Ef.u" olllco a call. Tolu.
n'tono No, M4. Im33
I N ADDITION TO'OUR LARGE
L Muck nl Hi) ami uruin, wo liavu
just nn-lvtd per stair Aus'r.dla. Feed
Cum Mt-nl, Q mind Oiilr, and Allnlfn
Hay. Union Feed 0. 2t lw
HAVING lecenty rngnged a first.
(1 .h, Ud lur aim Moulding Maker,
o arirtmw fully prepued to munufuc
turj), repair and re y t any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor and I'ljlnro
Frames mude oior as (ioo:l m new, and
at prices within the nu::h of all. The
piihlic me imie.l to oil and int-p'-ct
koma of this uork Kciucmhcr, any
thing that needs rem wing in Gold, Uld
(join, Bronze, Copper or Metal wo enn
do. KINOBKU8., AitT Stoiik. 17
1 rv A LBS. Fie-lt Homr-Mode Chow
1UU ii g Siicke, or to.nilled Bir
tiers l'oia, und fiwli, dullelous Vunllln
and Choeolatu Cremns which I guaran
tee to bo fir superior and sold cheaper
than any imported, nt V. IIOUN'S Pion
eer Bteiim Candy Factory uudBikery
und Ico Urcum l'arlor. Wlf
No. 13.--Mat 9.
40 Columns of Original Matter.
Ts now issued tttitl will be found to
bo an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu nnd
island news. There is no better paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription 82.50
per annum, including poslngo to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Sopor, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilcwctt, Merchant street,
and Hni.i.KTts Olllco.
The Annual Show
Will be hold this year in the Society'-lai-jio
Halt nt the Government Nuisery,
on King street, and adjacent grounds,
On Satirtiiy, May U
Between the hours of 10 n.m. and 0 n m.
Exhibits tire invited in the various
divisions named in tho schedule glvm
Division I Horticulture.
Prizes will be given ns'follows:
1. For the best variety of Fruits.
2. For the best special Fruits.
For tho best growing Ferns.
For the best (cut) Hoses.
For the best (cut; Shrubs
For tho best growing l'alm.
For the bent Orchids.
For the best Bouquet.
For the best Floral Designs.
For the 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, tho
exhibitors being housekeepers
mnklng their own Butter.
For the second best ditto ditto
For the best Cheese.
For the bet Bice.
1-or the best- Ceronl (other than
For the best Fodder Plants.
For i lie best Sugar Cane.
For tho b"st Sugar.
For the best Hawaiian Honey.
Division IV Domestio Manufacturer
1. For tho best variety of Mats.
2. For the best exhibits of Men's
Kor the best exhibits of Women'
For thu best Knpa.
For the best exhibits of Cnlubashes
made from Hawaiian woods.
For the best bowls of Wood or
For tho best exhibits of natlvc
mado Ornaments of any des
cription. For the best exhibit ot Artlllclnl
Flowers and Wreaths.
For tho best home-made Saddle.
For tho best home-made Harness.
Division 7 Poultry and Birds
Prizes will bo given for exhibits of a
high class character in all classes ot
Domestio Fowls nnd Cage Birds.
CSTSpecial Notice. Frizes will also
bo given for meritorious exhibits in any
of tho above Divisions, although not
fulling with the published classification,
also for tho best exhibits of .Tunis,
Jellies, Pickles, nnd other Preserves,
made In the Kingdom.
Tho 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 be had at thu olllco of A.
.Iiiegcr, K-qr., Kaabumann strcetorfrom
Exhibits must bo in place before tho
opening ot tho Show or they will not bo
entitled to compete for prizes.
Admission "0 cents, children hair
price. Members of tho Society will bo
admitted frcu on presenting their re
ceipts for Mibseriptlon for tho current
Any person can become a member of
tho Society by paying tho annual sub
set Iptlon of $5.00.
Subscriptions aro payable to A. Jaeger
Esqr., Acting Treasuier.
By order of tho Board of Manage
ment. J. S. WE lilt,
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo hnd from
J. II. Hoi'Kit, ; :
A. M. IIkwktt, :
J. W. Iltxoi.Kr, :
: Meiehnnt Btreit,
: : yotel Street
, , ,w.; -
u.&ai ...jjr-ii "Willi! ririiiiifei ifi ijif-----a4rw.. :1-. tttjkft fr'rfctiiltf rif n ftrffnlfJLi w.. &WV
lust received per stmr Australia, a fine assortment of
Fpccinl attention Is cnlleil to our
33oy's Sailor Ac Jersey suits.
40 dozen Bo's Linen Knee Punt?, nt a vciy low figure, In tlzcs up lo 12 years.
A la-gojissortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A fine line of Ladles' Jersey, licos nnd Kml rililerles n great variety
Just lOLeived prku veiy 1 j.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
The Inrgcnt Stork of any IionKO !
ltec?Ivcd direct from Eastern Mimtf ic'.urerc
A complete assortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of n superior quality and pi Ices to suit 'In time.
HTlfland orders receive cateful nnd p-ompt attention.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 ort Street;
1021 (Opposlto W. O. Irwin & Go's.)
IIai ig bought the
Clothing and Gents' Furnisiimg Goods
From tho Temple of Fashion at crcatly rpiluncd rutui, wu now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
Theso goods are first clas In every icspect and coniht of all grades and qtnl.
GloilmiL Smliililc for tlic Eicli anil Poor alii?.
In ofTcning them to our cuilomcru we would mni respcc'fully dinw their nt
tcntlou to the fnjt thai we nro giving them ihj b nctlt of our clica'n lurgdn and
invito the public in gi n&ral to give us a ojII and OMmlno these goods before pur
chasing elsewhere. Our tisiiul line of
HATS, GAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need e? pee till comment. 0'.
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wh9at,
And Highland Scotch Rolled Oats !.
Are an entirely new preparation of u licit and Oaf, tuing cooked by Steam, oud
only requiring a short time to prep.irc them for the tabic.
tSTThe most nutritious food known. ""a
Also, Gormen, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bucon, Choice D.ttc, Pruncf, Nut, lta'sius,
New Zealand, Ciillfo-uli, und Iilard Potatoes, in:
Also, Hroom Corn, excellent for chicken fcoJ,'for sale by
Clias, Hnstaee, - - KZiiift Street.
The Undersigned, F. IIOHN, Proprietor of tho
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 tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back us far as tho year
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, as ul-o for select par
ties given by their late Majesties Kameliauieha IV, Kaniehauielia V, and
Lttnalllo, 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, l'BMtry C'oolt unit Oruniiicntci- In IIo.ioIiiIii.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Betwcon Hotel and Nunanu Stroots, .. ,
Bith Telephones No 74. (05 3m) Honolulu. H. I
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo ns.orttnent of
Comprising the well
COLGATE & CO.,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, 1IOYT'SaCOLOG:N'E
FARINA GERMAN" COLOGJSTE, &c.
entire Stock of
- known brands of
ATKINSON'S, ' -A
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