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SATURDAY, MAY 14. 1887.
Stnir Klunii from Witnlwni-1 Potts
Stmr Wiilalealo lidtii Kmiui
Stmr C II Ulhop from Kuolau
Schr Maiy from Haw till
11k Hope for Port Town'ctul. nt il p m
Jlktuu Amelia lor Han l'lnni-Noo
S.'nr iviuilllim for Knnal, tu 10 a in
Uk I'otost Queen for Situ Francisco
Stmr Wnlaleale for Kauai
Stmr Klu.ut for tlio Volcano anil way -poits,
tit 4 p in
From Windward l'oits, per Klnnn,
May 11 lion J I, Kiiulukoii, Hon Sam
rarkcr, .1 T Watethouo, Jr, Geo Kai
hcutil, Ml" Hannah lhay, illos 1' A
Aim?, Koiik I.i't'ii, MI- M Low, ,1 S
Lake, AV SI Olffnrd and wife. MUs
Mossman, I) Ignnclo, Mrs A Cornwoll,
Mrs Widdolleld, Jt 1) Wnlbiltlge, V S
Hooningc, E I'' Wright, .1 Amy, L A
Tliurstun. D Slot ton, Sir D D Baldwin,
Miss llaldwln, II V Glade, II A llecn,
Don Llin and 78 deck.
For San Franeinco, per Amelia, Mny
UJ A Watson.
ForFoit Towiiscnd, per llono. May
1 1 .1 Kufcell and family, and SlUa E
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klnau 5,931 bags of sugar, 132
bides, 00 bags of potatoes, II horses
and 120 pk;s of smithies.
Stmr Walaleulo :i,2u3 bugs of sugar,
'15 bags of llco and 23 bead of
Stmr O K Bishop 503 bags of rice aud
70 bags of llcc-bian.
Tho baikcntino Amelia sailed this
afternoon for Sun Francisco, with 8,73!)
bags of sugar, 1,200 bags of llceand
(100 bunches of banana. Value, 53,
350. VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
Bk Glengaber, llollcston
Bk Sonoma, Giltllths
Bk Hercules, Bless
Bktnc Morning Star. Turner
Jtktno S X Castle, Uubb.ud
Schr W S Bowne, Bluhm
Am bark Timoiir, Bieuer. sailed
from Boston Dec 17, due May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
due May 1-20
Brit bk Scottish Lassie, W SInser,
sailed from Liverpool . ran 10 duo Slay
Am bktne Hnttle S Bangs, Terrlll,
from Hougkoug, due April 10-30
Am bktue John Worster, from Xnna
Imo, B O, duo May 20-30
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from Xcw
Yoik March 20, due September 5-30
Am bk C O Whltmore, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, due Slay 20-80
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Thk latest and best Springfield
rifles can bo bail at Sirs. Lack's
store, Fort street, at $15 each.
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Thk steamer Kiunu will sail on
Holiday, at 4 o'clock v. M., for the
Volcano and way ports.
Adjourned meeting of tho British
residents will tako place on Monday
evening next nt 7 :30 o'clock.
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Mb. Clias. T. Gulick is tho oflici
nlly appointed assignco of tlio bank
rupt estate ol J. M. Knponn.
Mn. W. A. Johnston lias been ap
pointed Superintending Engineer
for Wildcr's Steamship Company.
The road on tho other side of tho
mountain, from tho foot of tho Pali
to Kancohe, is being-put in good re
pair. m -
Tun Reserve and the Crack teams
of tho H. R. A. will hold their shoot
ing match this afternoon, at tho II.
11. A. range.
Mits. Florence Williams will lec
ture at Harmony Hall, King Btreet,
this evening, commencing at 15
minutes before 8 o'clock.
Thk property next to Duval's,
advertised for sale by E. P. Adams fe
Co., this noon, was sold at private
salo, this morning, to Mr. Dow.
Tiirgk paintings aro on exhibition
in Mr. Hewctt's storo window. They
are tho artistic work of a Miss Bur-
lell, sister of the foreman in the
"Gaetto" ollico. They aro well worth
Sr.VKN Chineso weio airaigned at
the Palico Court this morning on a
cliargo of gaming, having -been dis
turbed by tho polioo in n little game
of "fan-tarn." They were remanded
until Tuesday next.
By tho S. S. Kiunu, news was re
ceived this morning of two natives of
tlio Now llebiides, a man and his
wifo, having committed suicide at
Pokala, by jumping oil' tho Pali. The
bodies have not been recovered, it
)ong impossible to get at them.
Marshal Kaulukou returned from
Hjlo tjiis morning. Ho bioug)it down
threo prisoners w)io have been con
victed! ope for manslaughter at
ljonokati, (5 years), ono for house
breaking nt Kohiila, (2 years), and
pno for larceny of a horse, (1 year).
IT jia's transpired tlpit a systcmatio
robbery of money fiom tho safo of
t0 Crystal Soda Works has been
practised by an occupant of a por
tion of tho premises for some months
past. Suspicion having been arout-eil,
a watch was set and tho guilty party
detected in tjio act. A full confes
sion wiih ultimately inado, a coin
promiso effected, and tho major part
of the stolen coin mndo good, (
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DLUG RI0U0N LEAGUE
At Uio ipular cnlcilnlnmunt
this veiling, Miss KeiidricU of
Boston, and Miss Ada Jones will
play a duet on the piano, nnd MUs
Webster tmtl Miss I'nrke will sing
6olos; Miss Spooner, Miss Hull, and
Mr. J. l Brown will give t callings,
and Rev. E. C. Oggol will deliver i
brief address. All aru invited. No
admission feu or collection.
At Levey's ttlu this noon a horso
was bought for 820 50. Tito pur-t-liuscr
took it to MessM. Adnttis &
Co.. where It was sold fur 8sH. Thu
second owner being disappointed in
tlio animal, it was again brought to
tho hammer, aud sold, this timo for
818. Again there was dissatisfac
tion, nml another sale for 815. And
lastly, the animal was sold to a
Chinaman for 812.
NOTES BY THE WAIALEALE.
By the Wninlenle from Kauai this
morning, tho following notes were
Fine weather has set in ; Kilauca
sugar will be all off in about tin cc
weeks ; one hundred acres of cane
belonging to Swift & Garstins, will
bo converted Into sugar by the Ki
lauca mill, when tho Kilauca sugar,
is off ; the schooners Catcrina and
Leahi arc safely harboied at IIu
nalci. PRETTY FLOWERS.
A magnificent bunch of flowers,
composed of roses, poppies, snow
balls, pinks, etc., was placed on our
table this morning, looking as natu
ral and beautiful as fresh grown
(lowers. Although tho substance of
which they arc composed is nothing
but tissuo paper, they arc so exact
an imitation of natural flowers, that
one would have dilllculty in telling
which is which. They aic the pro
duction of the skillful hands of Miss
Low, at-Mrs. Luck's, Foit stieet.
RETENTION OF PAMPHLETS.
A number of illustrated pamph
lets, representing local personages,
came by the Mariposa yesterday,
addressed to tho (iuzittc olllce. The
Custom House ofllcers look posses
sion of the publications. Later on,
by order, the pamphlets were turned
over to the Marshal, who, it is said,
has by right of law, the privilege of
retaining them for two days, to
ascertain particulars. Mr. W. It.
Castle has been retained on behalf
of the owner of the pamphlets, and
may, it -is teported, contest the
right of the Custom House authori
ties to the course adopted.
AN ICE CASKET.
Mr. C. E. Williams, undertaker,
lately received from New Jersey a
walnut ice casket, the first known to
have been imported to this country.
Inside of the casket, on supports,
an inch or two high, rests the
"cooling board," on which the re
mains are placed. Over the re
mains a galvanized iron "ice con
tainer" lests on supports. This
"ice container" covers the entire
body, leaving only the head visible.
A faucet, to which a rubber hose is
joined, lets off tho water as the ice
melts. The cover or top of the casket
is of walnut, and has a pane of glass
at the head, through which tho face
may be seen. Tho casket as a whole,
though for a sad pin pose, is not an
Shoitly after 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, two sharp reports were
heard on King street, near Bethel
street, followed by showers of stones.
A piece of coral weighing about 10
pounds was hurled about 75 yards.
It struck the verandah of the Mer
chants'. Exchange, making a hole in
the galvanized iron about the size of
a number-nine boot ; another piece
of stone struck tho new building
next to Castle & Cobko's, knocking
away a piece of scaffolding. This
mischief resulted from blasting
operations on tho old Bethel lot,
conducted by Chinamen. There
was no flag hoisted to warn people
of danger, and it is fortunate that
nobody was killed.
AN ANESTHETIC EXTRACT
In referenco to a short reprint
article which nppeared in last even
ing's Bumxtin, relating to the
nniesthetic properties of a resinous
extract from aw a, wo are credibly
informed that Mr. Geo. W. Smith,
of Benson, Smith & Co.'s, chemists
and dtuggists of this city, prepared
the resin from awa here, soma timo
ngo, and that it was tested by Dr.
Arning in several instances wiih
satisfactory results. Although not
regularly kept in stock, in conse
quence of there having been no de
mnnil, the resin can always be pro
cured from the above named lltm on
Mrs. AV. Kevins Armstrong has
prepared a brief memoir of Itev.
Dr. Armstrong, the llrst Minister of
Public Education in tlio Hawaiian
Islands. Tho children and friends
have pontrihuted' thejr reminiscen
ces; and tho bpok, printed at tho
of II tie of tho Hampton Normal
School, is a fitting meinoiial of a
worthy man. It js greatly to bo
rpgrettcd that tterc are few such
public records of tho life jind work
of the individual inissionaiies, who
wcro the leaders in tho establish
ment of coui'vitutionnl government
11 'J1111 'i'U'.l-
Ill thoiio Island. Xow U tho litm,
bi'fiirti the fuw survivors have nil
passed away, to secure such perma
nent uieiuoiiaU of a good woik
THE ROYAL HAWAIIAN CRICULTURAL
Tho anuital-show of the It. II. A.
Show was held this day nt tho Gov
ernment Nursery Grounds on King
street. The exhibits were nut as
numerous as in former yenis, but all
that was placed on exhibition was of
a high class character.
Division 1, consisted of specimens
of Ilorlicultiiif, prominent amongst
which were n largo variety of ferns
(J. N. ltobinson), 20 varieties of
palms (A. Jaeger), varieties of
fruits (II. It. Macfarlauc), a mam
moth bouquet exhibited by Mrs. A.
Jaeger, ami flowering cocoa nuts in
two varieties exhibited by Mrs. V.
DIVISION II DAIRY 1MIODUCK.
The exhibits under this head con
sisted cntitely of butter, one speci
men of dairy made butter, and four
of tho home made article.
DIVISION m AOIIICUl.TUm:.
One exhibit only, Fodder plants
by Mr. II. It. Macfarlauc.
DIVISION IV-DOMr.STIC MAN'UFACTUltl'S.
Messrs. Hollister & Co. contri
buted latgely to this department with
colognes and other pburamaccutical
Picparatlons. Mrs. A. N. Tripp
exhibited a magnificent collection of
calabashes as also did Mrs. Ward.
Straw hats in great variety wero
shown by Mrs. Alice Mctcalf mid
Miss Mat la Lane. Mr. Charles
Hammer's exhibition of home made
harness was creditable to tho manu
facturer ns aUo as Messrs. King
Bios, variety of picture frames and
DIVISION' V POULTRY AND niltDS.
Three contributors only to this
division, comprising Hawaiian
Geese, Bantams, Parrot and Cocka
too. The sixth division comprised mis
cellaneous articles including Mango
Chcslney and pickled limes by .Mrs.
Ilassinger, Guava Jelly by Airs. C.
W. Chamberlain and Mrs. A.
Jncgcr, and Panma Hat Straw also
by Mrs. A. Jaeger.
Prizes had not been awarded in
timo for this issue of iho Bullktis,
but full results and particulars will
given in Monday's issue. As we go
to press damages arc flocking down
King street, ami a better gathering
may be calculated on later in the
The following notes were obtain
ed from Mr. Chas. T. AVilder, who
went as freight clerk of the steamer
Kinau on her last trip :
The Lehua put into Ililo last
Thursday with a load of sugar for
tho bark Ford. The Lehua is ex
pected hero to-morrow. Slight
swells nt Hnmakua and heavy ruins
at Ililo, for the past week or two.
The Court will return to Honolulu
A crazy South Sea Islander carao
to Honolulu by the Kinau to be sent
to tho asylum. On the way here
the mnniac yelled nil night, and
sang "Hawaii l'onoi" all day.
A moon-shiner who was put
aboard on her trip beforo this, to
coma to Honolulu as a prisoner
without a guard, has not been seen
Tho race horse Kisa, belonging
to Mr. Sam Patker, came by the
Kinau to get ready for tho June
The schooner Canute was nt Lau
pahoehoo last Wednesday with half
a load of sugar.
The weather was pleasant during
the whole trip.
THE TRUCK SYSTEM.
Editor Bulletin: Referring to
your article of yesterday on the
"Truck System," I nm tempted to
submit the following incident which
occurred on Naalehu Plantation,
Kau, Hawaii, only a few days ago:
A Portuguese laborer went to a
storo adjoining tho plantation, be
loyging to a German, and bought
two bugs of flour, with the idea pre
sumably of saving 10 cents. The
plantation has a store of Its own, in
which it takes a very lively interest.
Tho plantation storekeeper saw or
was informed of this mutter aud
sent off a scout to ascertain the
man's name, and the nsult was
that tho following day tjie Portu
guese was ordered off tho planta
tion as they had no more uso for
him. Ho is in town now. In this
instance tho store is evidently a
greater sontce of profit than the
plantation itself, as in the Interest
of the former they can afford to
tamper with their main labor supply.
A GIFT FROM HON. W. C. PARKE.
Those who arc aware of the libe
ral and public spirited disposition
of our esteemed fellow townsman
whoso name is mentioned above,
will not bo surprised to hear that ho
has just sent in a present of books,
(not his first), to tho Library and
Beading Boom Association. The
following is a list:
Tho History of Kcw England, bj'
J. G-. Falfiey; 2 vos.
A Flight to Mexico, by J. J.
Lift) and Career of Major John
Andre, by Winthrop Sargent.
Tho Diary pf the Great March,
by Geo. Ward Nichols.
The ltesctic of Greely, by Com
mander W. W. Schley and Prof. J,
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All Amtlo Bout Journey, by Dr.
I. I. Hayes.
Join mil of ti Residence on a
Georgia Plantation, by Frances A.
Sunny Memories of Foreign
Lands, by Mrs. Harriet B. Stowe j
The Land of Thor, by J. Ross
Sinai and Zion, or a Pilgrimage
through the Wilderness, by Benja
Topics of the Time, by James Par
ton. The Chimney Corner, by Mrs.
Harriet B. Stowc.
Little Foxes, by Mi s. Harriet B.
Thu Social Stage, by Geo. M.
Tho Mimic Stage, by Geo. M.
New, Nice and Long Charades,
by A. Do Yotingc.
Tho Testimony of the Rock', by
NightThoughts, by Edwtl. Young.
Lifo and Times of Henry Clay,
by Calvin Collon ; 2 vols.
Cyprus, Its Cities, Tombs and
Temples, by Gen. Louis P. De
Report of Exploring Expedition
to the Rocky Mountains, Oregon
and North California, by John C.
Letters on the Neutrality Pro
clamation of 171I3, by "Pacilicus"
and "Helvednis," Alex. Hamilton
and Jns. Madison.
Tho Friends of Christ in the New
Testament, by Nehemiah Adams.
Anthony Armstrong, by Frances
Richard Vnndermurk, by Mrs. S.
Aunt Patty's Scrap Bag, by Mrs.
Sevenoaks, by J. G. Holland.
An Earnest Trilllcr.
Nicholas Minturn, by J. G. Hol
land. Maid, AVife or Widow, by Mrs.
A Slip in tho Fens.
Smoke, by I. S. Tttrgenef.
Zerub Thtoop's Experiments, by
The Stillwater Tragedy, by T. B.
OFF FOR EUROPE.
A. BUCKLEY I'KTKUTAIVED UY HIS
ADMIUU1IS AT A UANQUITT.
C. A. Buckley, the local Demo
cratic boss, will leave in a few days
for a trip to Europe, where ho will
consult noted oculists with a view to
attempting to restore his eyesight.
Wednesday evening a number of the
boss' friends gave him :i farewell
banquet at Maiclaid's, during
which C. L. Ackerman presented
the departing potentate with a dia
mond ring. Horace G. Platte acted
as a toast master nnd the following
wero present: Col. Joe Cochrane,
Fish Commissioner Samuel New
man, Max Popper, M. Schmidt,
Senator Thomas J. Clunie, ex
Mayor A. J. Byrant, Judge F. A.
Ilornbiower, Superior Judges D. J.
Toohy, F. W. Lawler nnd W. II.
Levey, District Attorney, E. B.
Stonehill, Senator P. J. Mutphy,
Marion A. Wilson, Tax Collector
William Kreling, Assessor James
C. Kealon, ex-County Clerk J. J.
Flynn, Recorder A. T. Spotts, J. F.
Failey, Dr. J. M. Eaton, J. Doher
ty, J. J. Driscoll, C. L. Aekcrman,
Postmaster W. J. Byrau, M. A.
Giinst, Henry Schwartz, Samuel
Rainey, License Collector T. I.
O'Brien nnd Jake Rudolph.
ThC boss will sail from New York
on the Seivia, which leave on May
21st. S. F. Bulletin.
AWANT SUPPLIE D-The
"Em-iu" Hook, J..w and Nkwsi'apek
Otfick, corner of Queen and Ii Street,
opposite oftlco of the. Boird of Health,
liuve, iu connection with their ulre.idy
Ex ensivo I'tlntli g Establishment, just
rccilml pir K. S. Australia, through
Mcsw. Palmer & Key, of Sun FrancU.
co, direct from tho mtnuf ictory. Nuw
Yoik City, A GORDON -101) t'KINr
INO PllES-l, ono ot tho llnoit and best
in thu world, aid ol thu largest rlze
iniulc. Tliero U nothing in ihUconiitrj
to compiru with It. To exumino this
lino plcco of wnrkiniinhlp is worth a
vbit to tho "Elkli: ' Olllce. It excel
In doing tho llno-t kind of woik In tho
shorten po-.ri'ilo time.
Merchants nnd others ro piirlni; Print
lg of any kind done at t-l.ort notico,
and at rwuoiinblo raten, will do well to
give thu 'Ei.h.e" ollko a call. Tele,
phono No. M4. lm;i:i
Du. Flint's Hkaiit Rkmhdy is a
Specific for nil fonns of Heart Dis
ease and ulfeo for Difceases of Kidneys
and Circultinon. Depcriptivo book
with every bottlo, Benson Smith &
Co., Audits. 351
HAVING lecotitly fngaj-ed a first.
il.iH, (ill ler and Moulding Maker,
wt; aro now fully prepared to inuinitac
lure, repair nnd re ; il any klml of work
in our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames made oer as --nod us now, and
at prices within the teach of all. Tho
public nio Invited to cull and inspect
tinno of this work. Remember, any
Ihiii); that needs renewing In Gold, Old
Oolil, llimi7i. C'oppir or Me.'al wo can
do. KINO HUD-., Art Stork. 17
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1 ff LBS, Fro h Ilomr.ModoChow.
J.UU ng Siiek, or to.'iilleil 11 ir.
Inrs l'o'o., nnd full, de'lolnus Vanilla
and Chooilato ( renins vlilob I uuiinn
tiu to liu f ir biiperlor and void eheapi r
than any Imported, at F HORN'S Pion
eer Steam Candy Factory andllikery
uml Icu Cream Parlor. 5lf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Fatnllv Flour Is
llo id foi salo by GO.NSALVm &
CO., Q icu Street. 01
:s'o. iu.mav a.
40 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will be found to
bo an intcrestinj; and comprehensive
number, coutiiinin-r -10 lolutnns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete lesume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no betler paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends tibrond. Subscription 82.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Sopor, Merchant street,
A. M. llewett, Merchant street,
nnd Bi'm.i-tin' Olllce.
The Annual Show
Will be held Ibis year In the .S-ctcly
lnriio Hall nt thu Government NuiBciy,
on King trcit, anil adjacent grounds,
Ol Saiorflay, May Ulo,
Between tho hours of 10 a.m. and 5 i m.
Fxhibits are invited iu the various
divisions named In the bcliedulu glvtn
Division I Horticulture
will be given as follows:
'or tho best vni lctv of Fruit-.
'or the bet special Fruits.
'or the best growing Ferns.
'or tin best (cut) Hoses.
'or tho best (cut; Shrubs aud
How ering Plant'',
'or tho best growing Palms',
'or tho bc-it Orchid'.,
'or tho bet ISourpiet.
'or tho bet Floral Deslgus.
'or the bct Vegetables.
Division II-Dairy Produce.
1. For the best rhkln of Hotter, 10 lbs.
or moi e.
2. For tho second best ditto ditto
3. For tho best pound of Butter, the
exhibitors being housekeepers
making their own Butter.
4. For thu second best ditto ditto
. For tho best Cheese.
Division III Agriculture.
1. For the ben Wee.
2. or the best Ceroal (other than
3. For thu best Fodder Plants.
l. For die best Sugar Cane.
5. For tho b-st Sugar.
C. For iho best Hawaiian Honey.
Division IV-Domestio Manufactures.
1. For tlio best variety of Mats.
2. For tho bet exhibits ot Men's
3. For the best exhibits of Women's
I. For the best ICnp.i.
C. For tho best exhibits of Calabashes
made fiom Hawaiian woods.
C. For tho best bowls of Wood or
7. For the best exhibits of native-
made Ornaments of tiny des
cription. 8. For the best exhibit of Artificial
Flowers and WieatlH.
0. For the best homc-mado Saddle.
10. For tho best home-made Harness.
Division V Poultry and Birds.
Prizes will bo given for exhibits of a
high class chaiactcr in nil classes of
Domestic Fowls and Cage Birds.
tSpeclal Notice .-Prizes will also
bo given for meritorious exhibits In any
of the above Division", although not
falling with Iho ptibll-dicd cla-islllcailon,
also for tho best exhibits of Jnin,
Jellies, Pickles, and other Preserves,
made In tho Kingdom.
Tho necessary accommodation for ex
hibits will bo prorided by tbo'Soclety.
Notice hi writings of intention to ex
hibit is icqirestcd. Blanks for the
purpose can bu bad at tho oftlco of A.
Jaeger, -qr., Kaahumauu streotor from
I'xhlblts must bu In placo befoto tho
opunlng of tho Show or ihoy will not bo
entitled to compete for prizes.
Admission CO cents, children half
price. Membets of the Society will ho
admitted fieu on presenting their re
ceipts for subscription for tho current
Any person can become a member of
tho Society by pa) lug the annual sub
scription of .).00.
Subscriptions aio payablitoA..Taegor
Esqr., Acting Treasurer,
By order of tho Board of Manage
ment. J. S. WBUB,
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo had from
J. 11. SotT.ll, ; :
A, M. Huwi.tt, i
Mm chant Street,
J. V. IIiM3!.i-v t : : ; Ho'ol Street
HcHiiY Williams,' i Hawaiian Hotel
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Just received per stmr Atntralla, a fine assortment ot
fc'pc-Inl ntlentloa Is (ailed to our
Boy's Sailor Se Jersey suits.
40 dozen Hoa Lloeu Knee Punt?, nt a vny low figure, In tizes up lo 12 ycnie.
A la-go nssortm'.ut of
DRY AND FANCY COOD8
A fine line of Ladle' .lers'-y', Luc- and Uml r diltrles a great virltty
jut io el.d prltc Miy 1 in.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
The lnrg;Ht Stock of any liotiHC !
Kcc?lved direct from Eus'irn Mm f icurers.
A complete insortmcut of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of a s pci lor cptalliy and pi lies to suit hi tlints.
ESTlflind ordeis receive ca oful nnd p ompt nltettt on.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
10 Jl (Opposite W. G. Irln&Co'.)
Ilaljf- bought tho
(Ming anil Gents' FnmisMng Goods
From tho Temple of Fashion at creitly rediiecd rate), we now oQ'er them to o.-.r
numerous pations at prices which du y competition.
Tlieso good arc drat cla,s In every leaped aud couri t of all grades and qu ib
Glollii Suitable for iiie M aid Poor al?.
In otrertlnt- them to our ciislome'R wo wiuld movt rvsrcc'fully draw their 1 1
tentiou to tliu fast that wo are glvlug them llu b nellt of our cbea'p bjrgiln n-jil
invite the public in n ueral to i-lvi; us a oil and ex mil no these goods lieloro per
chnsinu; elsewhere. Our uauul line of
HATS, GAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
lb too well known to
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flako Wheat,
And Highland Scatch Rolled Oats !
Are an entirely new preparation cl'wl.cit and Oaf, biinj; (roked by Stecm, and
only ricpiinng- a short ilinu to pri p ire them fur the table.
(35" The ir.ot nutritious foo.l known.65a
Also, Gernica, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
BmoKc.l Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice D .tec, Prune', Nut-, Itaislns,
New ZctdiiHl, CftllTo til i, and 1 1 a il Potatoes, & .
Also, Uroom Cam, c-c-elluni lor chick jn feo 1, for salo by
Clm, Hustacc, - - King- Street.
Tho Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the puhlio that from this day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Bails,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in fotnicr
yeais, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back us far ns the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil statu occasons, ns also for select '"ir
ties given by their late Majesties Kaineliatuehn IV, Ivatnehiuneliu V, sud
Lunalilo, and having the honor of supplying the pi eent royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Pi-netlm! Courertloni'i-, I'nntry Cook uml Oriinuiciiti-i- In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hojol Street,
Between Hotel and Nnuanu Strbots,
Both Telephones No 74. ("W 3m) Honolulu. II. I.
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tlio wolI-Rnown brands of
COLGATE & CO., . LTJNTmOKGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOJJA, ITOYT'SJCOLOGNB
FAKINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
For Stile nt XCMKoiin.llo DPrices,
15U2 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Egan & Co.'
entire Stock of
need cpcclal comment.