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FRIDAY. MAY 13, 1887.
S S Mnilposa from Snn Francisco en
i onto for tho Colonics
.Stnir IvMiluut from Jlitniiikiiii
S S Mariposa for (lie Colonics, at 2 p m
Sliur W U Hull for I.nhnlnn, Mnul.iea,
Konti, Kiut mill tho Voloimo, at 10
Stnir Jus Makce for Knpun, nt 5 p in
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0flR0W.
Ilk Hope for Port Towiicnu, at .1 p
tieur Kiitililiia for Kauai, at 10 u in
From San Frnnclco for Honolulu,
iier .Muuposa, Jiny lit .i ueiiram, tk
Lucas anil child. M II Bclsliaw and
. W.. f.U...f lll,.M..a..i. fV V.nl
U Itoseiithal, MU" Annii Cuil, J ll
ooper. V II Clieseboiougli, UJI Unit
wood and wife, Mr Sydney Dickinson,
E Itamilnghuvcr, It M Clioeboiougli
For tlio Volcano, per Y G Hull, May
31 Major Van Vlclt. For I.ahnlna,
Manlaca, Kona and Kan J Lyons. Mlf s
L Kupena, 8 WIIon, I' Anderson, Mr
Harnsfleld.M Franklin, Miss Thompson,
Mrs Dr Brodie, II F Glade, 0 X Spencer
and 70 deck.
From Honolulu for the Colonics, per
Mariposa, May M A Greenwood, M
Jtledier, W E Teuv, Mis Meyers and
49 in tianslt.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stnir Iwalanl 0,'il9 bap; of sugar and
122 hags of taro.
Mr Dalble, lately chief ofllcer of the
steamer Iwalanl, has been appointed
master of the schooner Kaullltia.
The bark Hope w 111 sail to-morrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock for Port Tow n
vend. The harkentlne Planter ai lived San
Francisco Apill 28th. IB days from this
port; the haik F S Thompson on April
29th, 21 days from Knhulul; thebaik
Saranao on Apill 2!th, 111 days, and the
biigantlue Clans Spieckels on the same
dav. 18 days fiom this port.
'j'he OSS Mariposa. Captain II M
llavward, left Sail rraneUeo May Gth,
vat '4.41 l'. M. Flist four days experi
enced lino weather with light vniiablo
winds but very heavy beam sea. smco
then light wind, smooth sea and rain
squalls. Airhcd at Honolulu May 13th,
at 5.35 A M. Time (I days, 12 hours
and 54 minutes.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
Ilk Olengaber, llolleston
Bk Sonoma, Gilillths
yBk Foicst Queen, Winding
Bk Hercules, Bless
' Bk Hope, Pcnhallow
Bktne Morning Star. Turner
Jtktno S X Castle, Hubbard
Bktno Amelia, Newhnll
Schr W S Bownc, Bluhm
Am bark Tlmoiir, Brewer, sailed
from Boston Dec 17, duo May 1-20
Bilt batk Cerates, from Liverpool,
due May 1-20
Brit bk Scottish Lassie, W Slnecr,
'sailed from Liveipool Jan 10 due May
Am bktne Ilnttle S Bangs, Terrlll,
from Hongkong, due Apill 10-30
Am bktne John Worster, from Xana
Imo, B C, due May 20-30
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from Xew
Yoik March 20, due September 0-30
Am' bk C O Whltmore, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, due May 20-30
Thk old Astor House will bo
brought to the hammer next week.
The St. Louis Brass Band will play
at tho Palaco to-morrow afternoon.
The Myrtle Boat Club will hold n
meeting at King Bros' store to
Lewis J. Levey, will sell at his
rooms, to-monow, at 12 noon, 50 bales
A bam: of work ing oxon, etc., wi 1
take place at Kalihi on Tuesday, tho
17th instant. See advertisement.
Caj'Tain G. E. G. Jackson, of the
Kaimiloa, entertained a party ut tho
, Reformatory School last evening.
t Kino Bros' art stoic, Hotel stteot,
is being decorated with a lino dis
play of now pictures lately received,
The finder of iv gold l ing lost on
tho Valloy Road, will receive a re
ward of $5 on returning sanio to Mr.
Waterhouse's Queen street store.
4$ Mu. P.C. Jones celebrated his
silver wedding lust ovoning, on which
occasion a numerous circle of friends
culled to tender their congratulations,
v ' -
The steamer V. G. Hall waited a
few minutes beyond her regular tinio
this morning, for tho foreign mail.
Besides taking tho mail for her own
route, sho took letters for Kohala, at
which place sho will call.
The ltoynl Hawaiian Agricultural
Bow will open to nioirow morning
at 10 o'clock. Tho hand will hu in
attendance throughout tho day, and
t)io prospects nre, pleasaiit weather,
uiid an enjoyable exhibition,
If has been suggested that tlio
Government niiilo carts, driven by
prisoners, ought to ho supplied with
bus horns or auction bells, to let
people know that thoy are coming.
If thu aio not running away, they
are colliding with other tennis, simply
because tho drivers don't cure.
Suiiscmi'Tio.v lists for tho Victoria
Fund and tho entertainment fund of
tho Queen's Jubilee Committee have
been placed nt tho British Yico-Con-sulato,
Messrs, Bishop cfc Co.'s and
Messrs. Spreckcls & Co.'s hankers,
who have kindly consented to re
This Hawaiian Band will not play
at Emma Square to-moriow nftei
noon, in coiucqucnco of being en
gaged ut the Government Nurseiy
for tho Agiiculttirul Show.
Mn. N. S. Sachs has ieceicd a now
stock of goods per Mm iposu, amongst
which nro tlio latest styles of ladies
huts and trimmings. Tho goods will
be opened to-morrow.
Tin: Chinese of Hongkong have
revived to celebrate the Queen's
Jubilee by building n Chinese Cham
ber of Commerce and founding u
public library and reading-room
Twe.vty-sevk.v Chinese stcerago
passengers cumo by tho Mariposa,
this morning, from Hongkong per S.
S. Oceanic, ia Sun Francisco. Tho
Mariposa on entering the hasbor this
morning hoisted a yellow Hag and
anchored in tho stream. After her
Chinese passengers weio landed in
qiiui.intiiio the steamer came to the
The Muripom ni riving nnd leaving
at tho hours she did, Mies Amy Slier
win was unable to give a specimen of
her singing to a Honolulu audience.
An afternoon conceit would have
been given hud the steamer remained
in port until the evening.
Mr. H. J. Hint of the Elito Ice
Cream Parlors has returned from San
Francisco. Whilst there ho secured
tho services of a first class Pastry
Cook, a valuable addition to tho in
stitution. At tho celebration of Mr.
P. C. Jones' silver wedding last een
ing, tho ice cream supplied by the
Elite, was dcclnred to be unsurpass
able. The correspondent of tho "North
China News" says that tho Corea
Kingdom is in a perilous state, and
although the King is popular with
his people, tho numerous factious
are so nearly balanced that u strug
gle for power may occur any day.
The Government has selected a place
over three hundred li distant from
tho capital, whero it is building a
city to be defended by iv scries of
WILDER'S BULLETIN BOARD.
Steamer Kinait due Saturday
morning; Likelike, Sunday morn
ing; Lehua, Saturday; and Mokolii,
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
E. Henninghovcr, Chicajio; A. C.
Scale, San Francisco; Miss Annie
Curl, East Portland, Or. ; George
F. Vaughan, England ; A. S. Mnn
BLUE RIBBON LEACUE.
At the popular entertainment
Saturday evening, Miss Kcndrick of
Boston, and Miss Ada Jones will
play a duct on the piano, and Miss
Webster nnd Miss Parko will sing
solos; Miss Spooner, Miss Hall, and
Mr. J. F. Brown will give readings,
and Kev. E. C. Oggel will deliver n
brief address. All are invited. No
admission feo or collection.
A JUBILEE MUSICAL COMPOSITION.
Truth states that Mr. Cusins has
composed a Jubilee Cantata, which
is to be performed at tho State Con
cert that is to -bo given at Bucking
ham Palace on Monday, Juno 20th,
and at which the Queen will be pre
sent. Tho words nre taken from
the Psalms, nnd were selected by
Canon Duckworth. The cantata con
sists of three choruses, a tenor solo,
nnd a soprano solo. The perform
ance will occupy twenty minutes,
which is twice too long for a woik
of this character.
A SKULL UNEARTHED.
Shortly after 7 o'clock this morn
ing, nnd while workmen were digging
tho trenches for the now water pipes
on Fort street, near Kukui street, a
skn41 was exhumed. ' The base of
the skull was entirely decayed, while
several well-preserved teeth were in
the upper jaw. Work waa sus
pended for a time, and a crowd of
natives soon collected. Whilo dis
cussing tho discovery, a knowing
youug man burst through tho crowd,
and grabbing the skull, immediately
pronounced it to have been that of u
native. This young man would be
an inestimable acquisition of the
Board of Genealogy.
At a recent meeting of tho Medical
Society of Berlin, Dr. Lowin made
a communication on tho physiologi
cal effects of a resinous extract prc
parod from kava (Piper melhisti
cum), to which ho attributes a local
action similar to that of cocaine.
When placed on tho tongue it pro
duces a sensation of heat, which is
soon followed by nnrosthesin. Applied
to the eye It at first causes smarting,
witli an abundant How of tears ; this
is followed by complete and lasting
aniustliesia of tho cornea and con
junctiva. Subcutaneous injections
produco insensibility of the neigh
boring tissues without setting up in
flammation. PERSONAL NOTES. -
Mr. Sydney Dickenson, M. A.,
accompanied 'by Mrs. Dickenson,
arrived by tho Mariposa to-day. By
udWccs from San Francisco it is
learned that Mr. Dickenson intends,
whilo heio, delivering n series of
lectures on Art and its Musters. Our
correspondent qualifies this gentle
man's lectures as "very good."
Mr. E, Benningliover, correspond
ent for tho lending German news
papors of tho Western States, arrived
by tho Mniiposa, and will make a
short stay hero.
Major Henry C. Dane, the lee-
' w '. Hi iwj n mmmmmmm
.tin er, was a through pnsseiigeis by
Captulu Otto Von Muhlhach, of
the Prussian Army, was a through
passenger by tho Mariposa on a tour
of thu world. Tho C.iptain, during
Ills journey, will correspond with tho
piineipal papers in Geimnny.
Mr. K. L. Clarke expects to lenvo
San Francisco for the East on tho
DEATH OF A SEAMAN.
Henry Duhlmun, a cciinmn of tho
Ferris S. Thompson, died us tho ves
sel entered port, San Francisco, from
thu Sandwich Inlands with u cargo of
sugar. Tho death probably was from
dropsy, as the deceased siillered on
the entire voyage.
Target shooting at the II. H. A.
range, yesterday, was largely at
tended, some excellent scores were
made. Mr. Jas. Wllliam9, in his
prnctlec for the Cornwell-WillinniH
shooting contest, to come off in
June, did remarkably well. Mr.
John Kothwell, of the Honolulu
Rifles and n member of the II. II.
A., made 1.3 bullscyes in Id shots,
at 100 yards distance. The follow
ing is his score :
5, 5, 5, 5, A, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 4,
5,4, 7!); nvcragc 97 j percent.
Mr. Rothwclr in his practice was
making bullscyes successively, and
being in trim, began to shoot for the
prize rille offeied by Quartermaster
Hall. In tho contist for the prize
the marksman made 48 out of a pos
sible TiO, and it is said that he would
have made the 50, had not his onn
prepared ammunition given out.
HEFORU PRESTON, J.
Thursday, May 12th.
In probate, estate of Antonia
Manuel. The resignation of the
Rev. Bishop Hermann Koekemann
ns guardian of thu property was ac
cepted, his accounts approved, and
Hon. W. C. Parke appointed guard
ian of the property of the minor
children under u "bond of $1,500.
W. A. Whiting for petitioner.
Friday, May 13th.
Manuel Gomes was charged with
assault and battery on Mahalapipa,
a girl 13 years of age. The prose
cuting witness stated that the de
fendant took her to his room nnd
locked the door, and whilst there hu
pulled her on to his bed and tus
soiled with licr. He was found
guilty and sentenced to one month's
imprisonment nt haul labor, and to
pay costs 81.30.
In the civil case of Wenncr & Co.
vs. Theresa Cnrtwright, a claim for
850 the alleged value of n watch be
longing originally to plaintiff and
sold by defendant to a Chinaman,
judgment was rendered for defend
ant. A FREE EXCURSION FROM NEW YORK
TO SY0NEY, AUSTRALIA.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
Company are using all the influence
and means within their reach to
secure and control the carrying
trade between the Pacific Coast and
the Australian colonies and China.
It is alreadj' a trade of considerable
magnitude and bids fair to increase
to still greater pioportions. The
only steamship line which is at pre
sent maintained between the Aus
tralian colonies and this const sails
under tho American flag. It is the
Oceanic Steamship Company and its
licet plys between San Francisco,
Honolulu, Auckland and Sydney.
The service is monthly. It is nn
exclusively California entei prise,
maintained by Messrs. John D.
Spreckcls & Bros, of this city. Tho
company is in the enjoyment of a
subsidy worth about S200.000 per
annum which it receives fiom tho
Governments of New Zealand ami
New South Wales for carrying the
mails. The contract is for tlnce
years and expires eighteen months
This is one of the prizes for which
tho Canadian Pacilio Railroad Com
pany propose- to compete. By es
tablishing a line of steamers to run
between Victoria, B. C, nnd the
ports of New Zealand and New
South Wales they hope not only to
secure the subsidies now held by the
Oceanic- Steamship Company but
also to obtain an additional liberal
endowment from the Canadian Gov
ernment. The agents of the com
pany are neglecting no opportunity
to proinoto the success of their pro
jected scheme to capture the com
merce of tho Pacifiu Ocean. The
battlo may bo said to havo fail ly
commenced, and should this formid
able foreign competition succeed in
driving the American line from tho
ocean, the commerce- of San 'Fran
cisco will not only suffer a serious
loss, shipping interests of thu United
States in a field but another
severe blow will be dealt to whioh
American capital and American
enterprise have achieved a triumph,
in tho faco of many obstacles, and
notwithstanding the entire lack of
encouragement from the National
J. I). Spreckcls immediately put
himself in personal communication
with thu officers of tho Southern
Railway Company, and also with the
agents of tho different Eastern rail
road lines in this city. Nothing
could bo done in the way of extend
ing any hospitalities to tho colonial
delegates in tho shape of free trans
portation for themselves, for tho
Interstate Commerce Act was at
every point druuged out at n for
bidding bpeelre. Not to he outdone,
in generosity by thu Canadian Paci
fic Company, Mr. Spreckels deter
mined to see them mid go severnl
points butter in the way of offering
inducements to the Australians to
make the journey through Uncle
Sam's dominions. Ho rosolved to
carry tho whole party from New York
to Auckland and Sydney at his own
expense. Seven Australian colonies
are represented. Counting servants
nnd nil, the parly will number about
twenty poisons, and the cost of their
tiauspoitatiou, it is expected, will
not be less than 80,000 o'r 7,000.
Sir Henry Holland is the Presi
dent of the Impel ial Conference.
Ho is a member of the British Cnbi
net, holding the portfolio of Secre
tary of State for the Colonics. To
him Mr. Spreckcls yesterday for
warded the following cablegram :
San' Francisco, May 4lh.
Sir J. Holland, Secretary of
State for the Coloniet, Jomlon:
The Oceanic Steamship Company
tenders free passages from New
York to Sydney to the Colonial dele
gates at thu Confoieiiee. Cook &
Sons nro authorized to make ar
rangements. T. D. SriihcKM.s & Bros.
To Messrs. Cook & Sons he cabled
San Francisco, May 4th.
Thomas Cook ib Sunn, Jsoiidon:
The Oceanic Steamship Company
offers the delegates free passages
from New York to Sydney by United
States railroads. Issue through
tickpts charging us fare from New
York to Sydney.
J. I). Sr-iicc.i:i.s & Bros.
THE AUSTRALIAN REPRESENTATIVES.
No answers to tho foregoing are
expected for a few days. The fol
lowing is a list of the seven Aus
tralian colonies represented at the
conference in Loudon, and the
names of the delegates:
New South Wales Sir P. Jen
nings, ex-Premier; Hon. R. Wis
dom, Attomey-Geneial; Sir Saul
Tasmania Hon. A dye Douglas,
Agent-Gcncial; J. Stokcll Dodds,
South Australia Hon. J. W.
Dowiicr,Prcinier ; Sir Arthur Blythe,
New Zealand Sir F. Dillon Bell,
Agent-General; Sir William FiU
herbort, Speaker of the Legislative
Victoria Hon. A. Dcakin, Colo
nial Secretary; Hon. J. Lorimer,
Minister of Defense; Sir Graham
Berry, Agent-General ; Hon. James
Western Australia J. Forest, C.
M. G. ; S. Burt.
Queensland Sir S. Griffith, Pre
mier; Sir J. Garrickn Agent-General.
MR; Sl'RECKELS' INTENTIONS.
Mr. Spreckels says it is his inten
tion, in the event of his invitation
being accepted, to provide his guests
with a special car for their trip across
the continent, nnd that he will go to
New York to meet them and per
sonally look after their comfort and
enteitainmcnt. Ho does not pro
pose to allow the Cunadian Pacific
to steal any march on his company
if he can help it. He has never
visited the Austialian colonies, nnd
if possible he will go on with the
party across the Paoiflc. He will
thus land in the colonics in ample
season to la before tho Parliaments
of New Zealand nnd New South
Wales the advantages of ttansport
ing the colonial mails by way of
New York and San Francisco over
the .Montreal and Victoria route.
A WANT SUPPLIE D-Tiie
" Bl.ELE " llOOK, J 11 AND NEWSPAPER
Ofuce, corner of Queen and II Street",
opposite otllco of ihe Bo trd of Health,
have, in connection with their already
Ex cuslve, I'rintii g Es'alilishment, just
rcjtlved pir S. S. Australia, through
Messrs, Palmer & Key, of San Francis
co, direct from tho minufictory, Nuw
Yoik Ciiy, A GORDON JOB I'lUNl'.
ING PBK3S, one or the rincit nnd best
In thu world, aiid of the largest flze
mudc. There U nulhlng in iliUconnto
to compiru with it. To exuminn this
line piece of workinnnnhlp is worth a
visit to the "Kuan ' Olllcc. ll excels
In (loin l; the lliieat kind of woik In the
shortest postltilu time.
Merchants and others ropiirlnt; Print'
r(j of any kind done nt phort notlcu,
nnd nt reasonable rates, will do well to
glvo tho "Ei.ui.is" office a call. Tele.
phono Xo. Mi. lm 113
TN ADDITION TOOUR LARGE
L stock of Hi nnd U ruin, wo have,
just recelvtd pur stnir Ausirilla, Fied
Corn Meal, dound Oalr, ami Alfalfa
Hay. Union Fcrd Uo. St) lw
HAVING icccntly rngnfo(I a first.
il.ts Ulldcr anil Moulding Maker,
u aro now fully prepared to mnnufuc
tuiu, repair and rel il any kind of woik
in oir llnu. Old Minor and Picture
Frames mudo oer as (iood as new, nnd
ut prices within the reach of all. Tho
pulillc aio iuUtcd to cull and lnsp"Ct
toniu of ilits work. Itomcinbcr, nny
thiiiK that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Ouhl, lirnnu, Coppir or Meinl wo can
do. KINO BlUW., Art Stork. 17
LBS. Frc-h Home-Mode Chow,
ii f Sticks, or to-1'allrd Bir-
htrs I'o'p-. mid f L(h.do1lcinus Vanilla
and Chocilato (.'renins which Igunrui.
Uo to be fir superior and snld clicuprr
than any imported, ut F HOKN'S 1'iou-
eer htemn uanuy inciory
nnl ice Uream Parlor.
CIPFRRV'R Nn. 1
Fainllv Flour 1
O olio id for sale by GONSALYE" &
uu., Qjccu street.
No. 13. Mat J.
40 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now Issued mid will bo found to
be nn interesting nnd comprehensive
number, continuing 10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, nnd
n complete ic-iiiiie of Honolulu nnd
island news. Tliei e is no better paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription 82.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Sopor, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewclt, Merchant street,
nnd Bulletin Oillcc.
The Annual Show
Will bo held this year In the SnciclyV
laiyo Hall nt tho Government Xuiscry,
ou King tlrcLt, nnd adjacent grounds,
On Saturday, May 11,
Uttrtcen tlio hours of 10 a.m. and fi rm.
Exhibits uro Invited In the various
divisions named In the schedule glvin
Division I Horticulture
will be given as follows:
or thu best vai lety of Frult.
or the best special Fruits,
or tho best grow Ing Ferns,
or the best (cut) ltoscs.
or the best (cut; Shrubs
'or the best glowing Pnlm.
'or the best Orchid,
'or the best Bouquet,
'or the bet Floral l)clgn.
'or the best Vegetables.
Division II Dairy Produce.
For the best Firkin of Butter, 10 lbs.
or moi e.
For the second best ditto ditto
For tho best pound of Butter, the
exhibitors being housekeepers
making their own Butter.
For the second best ditto ditto
For tho bct Cheese.
Division III Agriculture.
For the bet Rice.
or tho best Ceroal (other than
For the best Fodder Plants.
For iho best Sugar Cane.
For tho b-st Sugar.
For the best Hawaiian Honey.
Division IV Domestio Manufacture.
1. F'or tlio best variety of Mats.
2. For the best exhibits of Men's
For the best exhibits of Women's
For thu best Kapa.
For tho best exhibits of Calabashes
made fiom Hawaiian woods.
For the best bowls of Wood or
For the best exhibits of natlve
mado Ornaments of any des
cription. For tho best exhibit of Artificial
Flowers and Wreaths.
For the best homo-inndo Saddle
For the best home-made Harness.
Division V Poultry and Birdi.
Prizes will bo given for exhibits of a
high class character In nil classes of
Domestic Fowls and Cage Birds.
GST Special Notice. Prizes will also
bo given for mcrltoilous exhibits In any
of the nbovn Divisions, although not
falling with the published classification,
also for tho best exhibits of Jams,
Jellies, Pickles, and other Preserves,
made in the Kingdom.
Tho necessary accommodation for ex
hibits will be provided by the Society.
Notice In wilting of Intention to ex
hibit is lequcstcd. Blanks for the
purpose can ho had nt tho otllco of A.
Jaeger, Lsqr., Kanhiimanu strcetor from
r.xhlbtts must bo In plnco bcfoio tho
opening of tho Show or they will not bo
entitled to compete for prizes.
Admission CO cents, children half
pi lee. Meinbeis of tho Society will be
admitted fico ou presenting their le
celpts for suhM'ilptlon for tlio cm rent
Any prison can become a member of
tho Society by paying thu annual sub
set lptlon of 85.00.
Subscriptions mo paj able to A. Jaeger
F.scp, Acting TrenMiier.
By order of the Board of Manage
ment. J. S. WEllll,
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can ho had from
J. II. Soi'ER, ; ;
A. M. Hkwett, i
J. W. IllNGXLY, i
; ; Hotel Street
Just received per Pttnr Auttr.Ufn, o flno assortment of
Special attention Is called to our
Boy's Snilor Ac Jersey smits.
40docn Boj's Linen Knee Pnulf, nt a vciy low figure, In ilzcs up to 12ycnis.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A lino lino of Lndle' Jersey, Lncci and Binl rildcrlcs a greit variety
just iciehcd prlcci eiy lw.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
TIic largest Stock of any Iioiinc t
Received direct from Eastern Mint f ic'.urers.
A complete assortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of n mpeilnr quality and pi ices to suit 'h; times.
tJThlmd orders receive easeful and p-ompt attention..
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1031 (Opposite W. O. Irwin & Co's.)
IIunIik bought the
From the Temple of Fashion at crcatly reduced ratui, wo mw oiler them to our
numerous patrons at prices which do y comtiulltlon.
These goods aro firnclats in every leaped and comfit of all grades and quiN
Cloli, Smtable for tbe Rich ail Poor alM
In offeriing them to our customers wo would mntt respectfully draw their at
tention to the fast that we aro giving them thu b-ncflt of our clien'p biirgiin nnd
invito tho pulillc In Rinernl to give us a e ill and ex inline these goods before put
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, GAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. SO
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat,
And Highland Scotch Boiled Oats !
Are an entirely new preparation of w licit aud Oats, being cooked by Steam, and
only requiring nshort lime to prcpuc them fur thu table.
CSrTlio most nutritious food known. "a
Also, Geriucn, Gem, Gruliam Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice D.ite?, Prune?, Nut-t, Ita'slns,
New Zealand, Cullfo nl i, nnd Islut d Potatoes, &v.
Also, Broom Corn, excellent for chicken fcoJ, for snlc by
Olias, Hustace, - - Kins Stveet.
The Undersigned, I IIOKX, l'roprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the ptiblio that from this day ou he is fully prepared.
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in founci
yeais, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far ns the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil etato occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Knmeliamoha IV, Knmebnmcha V, nnd
Lunalilo, nnd having tho honor of supplying the present roynl household
with tho dellcncies produced in my establishment; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical UonrertlOnrr, I'antry Cook anil Omnmuiitor lit Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (5:im) Honolulu, H. L
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUXDliORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'SjCOLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o. "'
For Sale at HeaNoinxllo DPrio-H'J7
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IF la til iia
Egan & Co.'s
entire Stock of